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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 6, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919110601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 6, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER'6. 1919. HORSE THIEF SWINEBROAD'S ' MORROW'S SUCCESS. CAUGHT. MAJORITY LARGE. Horse and Buggy Stolen May reach 30,000 when Believes In Liberal Use Of Printer's Ink. Count is Completed. From Sam Morris Recovered. GARRARD GAVE HIM MAJORITY Many Sales Made. OF 288. One of the largest votes ever poll ed In Garrard county, was polled laat Tuesday, totalling, 3070, Governor lllack receiving 1394 votes to Mor row's 1082, giving Morrow a ltcpubll ran majority of 288, With ten counties missing out of 120, unofficial returns give Edwin P. Morrow, Republican, a majority of 11.1, r.70 voles over Governor lllack. Democrat, in the race for Governor of Kentucky. Itepublicun State headquarters pre. diet that complete returns from the ten missing counties will give Mor-loa total majority of 30,000 votes. The vote on the Statewide prohibi tion nmendmcnt was available from but thirty counties, unofficial figures trowing an adverse majority of The vote, stood: Against, lo.MI Twenty-tw- o 2.r.,340; for 9,820. counties favored the amendment and eight were against it. Jcnerson county, which includes Louisville, cast 22,827 against the amendment nnd 7. .141 for It. The Senate fight over the League of Nations entered into the Kentucky contest to some extent. Governor lllack declaring for the league in hir campaign. The Republican alio will control the lower House of the Kentucky Legislature, while the Democrats will control the Senate. The wet and dry issue also ever- ed into the Kentucky contest, a Statewide prohibition amendment ap parently having been beaten decisively. Seven of the eleven Congressional Districts gave a Republican majority. Morrow carrying the 3rd, 4th. nth. nth, 9th. 10th and 11th.. the 1st, 2nd, 7th, and 8th going to Governor Black. The vote on the Phohibition Amendment carried hy a handsome majority in Garrard county 2,028 voting yes, while 700 voted no, leaving a majority of 1322. The Stock law was carried in the 2nd, and 3rd, Magisterial Pis- tricU. but wus lost in the 4th. This law we understand goes into effe-;- t in thirty day-B- . The precincts which voted for this law by good majorities I le the Lancaster, Hrvnr.tsville, Buck- eje and Walkers School Houv. Paint Lick and Union being in the 4th, district lost by 13 votes. Paint Lick giving a majority of 25 in its favor, while Union voted it (own by a majority of 38 votes. The present City Council wus re elected as it had no opposition and the race in this election was over shadowed by the state race. A detai1 votu of the county will be found elsewhere in this issue The vote in Lincoln county was too close to be comfortable, but the splendid organization there succeeded in keeping her in the democratic column, Black receiving n small ma jority of seven votes; H. G. Skiles of Crab Orchard, candidate for Rep resentative, elected by a majority of 47 votes nnd Circuit Clerk, Francis, Democrat, by u majority of 09. V, II. Shanks carried the county with a The last half of October, Swine broad, the Real Estate Man of Lan caster, was kept busy holding nuc tlon tales. On Oct. 15th, he sold for Mrs. George Hacker, Mrs. Lynn Buster and Mrs. William Geary, 865 acres of land in Wayne County, adjoining the town of Monticcllo, to various parties in building lots and farms for the aggregate sum of $94,504.83. On the 18th, he sold for Milo Simpson a tract of 7G acres of unlm proved land in Garrard County at an average of $214.00 per acre. On the 21st, he sold for R. W. Gwinn his farm of 33.1 acres in Mercer County to ilinerent parties at an average price of $280.00 per acre; a portion of the farm with the improvements, about 243 acres, averaged $301.00 On the 22nd, he held an per acre. other sale in Garrard County and sold 140 acres for N. J. Gosney at $27.1.00 per acre. Again, on the 2ltli, he sold lit auction for J. L. But ler his farm of 190 acres in Lincoln County at $150.00 per acre. On the 28th, he sold for Allen Kdelen 170 acres of land in Mercer County, In two tracts of 85 acres each at an average price of $102.50 per acre. And on November 1st, for II. V. lias. tin, a brick residence and about 4 acres of land just at the edge of the city limits of Lancaster in Garrard County, for $11,750.00, anil on the same day two building lots for Roy Schooler at $1700.00 each. Total sales amounted to $312,482.00. All of these antes were very successful and ncain demonstrated the fact that when it coaies to selling land Swine broad is in a class by himself. His experience in making subdivisions and knowing how to sell farms und his judgment of the value of land make his services much sought after and he is one of the few real cstpte men who have realized that the real estate business is a profession and must be conducted so as to secure and hold tho confidence of those, with whom he deals. Swinebroad alo believes in print er'a ink and we judge that he spends more in advertising than any other real estate man in the business and ia thereb) able to give his clients the bct of senice. Urgas Growers SECTION 1 THIRTIKTHIYKAIt NUM1IR 32. i CLELL TATUM Signed By Major League. MANAGER McCRAY, Assumes Full Charge' of Tobacco Warehouse November 15th. And Tenants To Stand By Home Institution. Clrll Tatum. son of Mr. nil John Tiilum of this county, hus signed a contract with the Louisville W Mrs. Ijincaster. Taylor had the nerve however, to g retuni to the Halcomb farm last Fri There will be a Pie Supper at School llouae, Saturday night, day night and is said to have taken Nov. 8lh. I'roceeda for benefit of the horse from the field of Mr. Hal Halcomb set Improvement. Every-bod- comb and disappeared. the School out in hot pursuit to catch Taylor ia Inviteil. whom he believed was the guilty par ty, and knowing that Taylor had liv. en in uincasier ni one ttme came We are indebted to Mr. J. A. here to make inquiries last Sunday, for the largeat aweet potato anil found out to his sorrow that all we have aeen this or any other year, the property he had bought from Tay jo m oj mltnojq Sun oq ipm.: lor hail been stolen. While here he fice n few daya ago. It weighed 4 S received u mesuge from Somerset Can anyone beat it? pounds. inni sucn a party was seen near Whitley City Sunday afternoon that Jamea I). Hatcher, and get reward. Her-riny Itaje Hall Club, nil pitcher, and will spring go South on the Colonel' The horse and buggy that wus training trip in the early spring of stolen from the streets of lainrastcr 1920, on the night of October 10th, and be. Tntum i.i the best pitcher, hy far, longing to Sam Morris, was recovered that thin county hu ever turned out near Somerset this week nnd the are con- tiller has been caught, so a message and hi "rooter" friend gratulating him upon hl worthy pro- from that place stated last Monday motion, knowing that he will be heard morning. from later and will add strength to The young man that appropriated any team with which he is associated. the horse nnd buggy and who is now Ilia record with thu faint Lick under arrest at Somerset, ia one team has been wonderful, playing Bradley Tnylor, who has worked for games with the crack teams several parties around and near town sixteen of the aurroundlnK counties, winning for the past two months, since his a '"no hit" discharge from the fifteen of them United States game with the combined atrength of army teama. NichoUavillc and Islington The horse and buggy and another Success to you Mr, Tatum. Your hone was purchased from Taylor by progreaa with Mr. llonus Halcomb, who own a I i v frienda will watch your much intereat and truat you may be ery stable at Somerset and also i able to win the pennant with your fnrm about lite miles from Pulaski's rollaaguea. capilol. Thin purchase waa made on Podge crank Satnrduy October 13th, just two days after, LOST: Morris outfit disappeared from afternoon, Nov. 1st. Itcturn to the am UttLasllV EDWIN P. MORROW, Kentucky's Governor Elect. Large Potato. n , filled the description of Tnylor. A The J. C. II. S. Foot Halt team will message from there Monday morning Friday stated that the guilty party was un play the local High School afternoon at 3:30 1'. M., on the local der arrest. gridiron. Thia promises to be one of the best games of the season anil u large crowd should go out and see the boya. Admiuion 25 cents. Foot Ball. EVERYBODY Edwin P. Morrow, waa born Cuscy county November 30, 1877. He was u son of the late Judge Thorn as '.. Morrow and Jennie Bradley Morrcw, his father having been one of the lenders of the Republican par ty in the State for many years. His mother was a sister of the late Sena tor W. O. Bradley, the first Republican Governor of the State nnd the Republican United second States Senator from Kentucky. Mr. Morrow, known to his friends In public ns "Kd", was educated schools und Williamsburg Academy. He was graduated from the Cincin nati Imw School in 1902. He began tho practice of his profession in Lex ington. He was married in 1903 to Miss Katherine Waddell, daughter of the late O. H. Waddell, Somerset, after which he established a law of' fice there. His ability as an orator and lawyer attracted attention. He was United States District Attorney for the Eastern district of Kentucky un- Is. Joining the Red Cross j-- . c ii- rroperiy ociib Uhi r rii The residence and four acres of ground, known as the t'attie Rill road, was property on Lexington sold last Saturday afternoon, by Swinebroad, to Mr John Chappie for A 100 front foot lot be$11,750. yond the residence, wus sold for Mr. Henley Daitin retains $1,400. the tot next to the old residence and ia now having erected an elegant modem home. The workers find I'atriotic Oar rard County Citiaena eager to renew membership for 10 JO because the op portunity to save life is still open. They are considering the following i facts: One of every five babies dies be. is one year old. One of every ten men and women dies of tuberculosis in the prime of life In Central Kurone there tire 7.000.- nnn .tun-in,- . rltililrin. IVtrmTttll alone has 7.1.000 homeless little ones. Siberia, 20.000. A life ia Just ax precioua in a peace- ful world or community aa on the battlefield. , jur ,0l,jer boya in hospitals, who arc leglcas, nrmless or sightless, who are slowly coming back from shell shock; who are fighting away death hour by hour, all need Ited Cross service. Gruteful that so many of our boya have come back. Kcmembenng one perhaps, who would have them join. Justly proud of the work done by this American institution. Let us note one case that has been taken care of by the Garrard County Chapter through its Community Nurse, Miss Margaret Frost, who was A called by the family physician. dear little girl just recovering from typhoid fever, taken to a Lexington parents, hospital, with consent of where nn operation waa performed which saved her from u life of total blindneaa. And nltho while there she developed pneumonia und so had to have a apecial nurse and private room the total cost was less than $140. Surely it is n dollars worth of service to have a part in one and all these enses and others like them. Thu Lake Division News, an) a: A prominent physician in Carroll-to- n (Ky) Chapter is championing tho cause of a Ked Cross public heulth nurse, for he says only eight per cent of aick people carry out a doctor's orders and that intelligent nursing is us important a factor in a patient's recovery as n doctors treatment. Mr. Henry P. Davison tayss "In n few years it will he as natural for people to renew their Ked Cross memberships annually aa it ia for them to celebrate Christmas, 'or the Ked Cross will be the supporting organization back of welfare and health agencies everywhere." lt, der the administration of President Tuft. Four years ago, A. O. Stan Icy defeated him in a race for Gov ernor by but 471 votes. Unopposed, he was gi"cn the Republican nomina tion for Governor nt the State Re publican convention in Lexington last May. fore it Armistice Celebration. 1 Next Tuesday night November II, Day at the court house, Armistice will be celebrated hy the local chap-ter of the American A program of unusual interest is being arranged, including music, by brass band and several good speeches. Judge James P. Gregory, of will speak, also Judge U U Louis-irill- e, Kvery aoldier in the lato Walker. war ia earnestly urged to be present, whether a member of the chapter or not. The public ia also cordially invited nnd a delightful evening of en, tertainment ia promised all. majority of 81 Birthday Dinner. Mr. and Ars. G. N. Kay entertained Tuesday with n birthday dinner at their home on Sugar Creek pike, the pleasant affair being in honor of Mr. delicious A Ray' 0th birttnlny. menu waa aerved. The guesta included tfielr daughters, Meadame Clay and Irvin Simpson and family, Mrs. George Turner of Coy, Mrs. Sim Kay and daughter, Gladys, of Pleasant Hill, and Mr. und Mrs. Luther Smith. The guests left thanking tho hosts for a most enjoyable day spent nnd wishing Mr. Kay many more audi happy birthdays. .Mr. .Muck J. Morgan will represent Garrard county in the next Legislature. Mr. Morgan is a mighty good Republican, a fine clevir fellow und we predict that he will tuke care of the peoples interests while at Frank fort next winter He had no oppos ition nnd his nommntion and election was handed him on n silver salver. To Speak At Lancaster. It... W. E. Sail, and Wif.. Mi.iion-ari- a to Interior China In LancatWr. To B Legion Meets. Dr. V. G. Kinnaird culled a meeting for laat Sunday evening of tho American of Post Hoidaf San-for- d No. 35, the object of this meeting was to work out plans for the big day in Lancaster, November 11th, at 7:30 1 M. Kvcrbody ia cordially asked and Invited to come as Judge Lewis L. Walker and Judge Gregory of Louisvilla will make the'princlpal addresses, wo will also have an Orchestra and a Brau .Band, together with other music, remember the time, place and treasurer of the Jury Fund, Don't forget the datel J. Walker, Inform ui that at 7:30, at theBaptlat Church. The Freah oystera thli week at Currey the jury money is now ready for entire public ii cordially Invited. and Culleya. C. D. Strother. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 11th, 1919. The. T date. Lancaster, Court House, 7:30 P. Jury Money. Mr. Joe M. Rev. W. E. Sullee nnd wife are by the foreign mission board of the Southern Bnptbt Convention, They have done a great work for the cause of righteousness in Interior China und have met with many thrilling experiences. They are among our most efficient missionaries and have a message that will be helpful to everyone fortunate enough to hear them. Doubtless they will tell us much of tho customs of the East and probably will show ua a number of Chinese curios. Their addresses will be instructive and Interesting from the beginning to the end. Mr. Morrow and his twin brother volunteered for service during the Spanish-America- n war. Mr. Morrow, who was in the 4th Kentucky Regi ment, was stricken ill and did not get to the front. His brother, who servAt an early hour Sunday morning ed in the old 1st Kentucky Regiment the spirit of Mrs. Eliza GrifTen Smith, under the late Gen. John B. Castle- wife of Mr. George Smith, Sr., passed man, continued in the army service into the Beyond. The community and is now u Colonel in command of regiment in Siberia. Mrs. Morrow was saddened by the realization of the loss of one of its most estimable accompanied her husband in his long and hard campaign throughout the women. Mrs. Smith was born in Somerset, State. They have a daughter nnd a Ky., November 1844. At the age of pon. twenty-tw- o she was married to Mr. George Smith, their union being blessed with six children, three of whom survive. Mr. and Mrs. Smith came to make A Lancaster their home about forty-fiv- e years ago and since that time have been highly esteemed citizens gathering about them as the years By U. S. went by tliej endearing associations and appreciation of the towns people Dewhich always conies with long and worthy residence. Mrs. Smith became a member of the Christian Church in her girlhood. und through life found comfort and Postmaster E. P. Brown, of this enjoyment In the services of her city is in line for a "Distinguished church. All who came in contact Service Pin" that may be conferred Be with her socially, or in humble ser on him by a Division of the United vice, went away with a sense of her States Treasury Department. goodness, her generosity nnd sin Thia insignia of honor is a beauticerity. Her friendship lasted thru fully lettered gold pin, with a blue Ornil changes of fortune. Hera was a enamelled border, bearing the words gentle, helpful, forbearing, tunny "Distinguished Service, Treasury Denature. Thosu who knew her in her partment, Savings Division." The home found there a little haven of pin has the same intrinsic value us kindly sociability sharpened by a The National Fox Hunters Associa the Distinguished Service Award by lively interest in the outside world tion will meet at Crab Orchard Congress. Springs next Monday, November und u good will for all that discourThe honor of wearing one of these 10th, and from the number of rooms aged unjust criticism and harmful pins is confined to the postmaster who gossip. The influence of so devoted that have been engaged, from almost causes to be sold between November every section of the state, it looks as :i wife and mother will continue with 3rd und December Gth the quota of if a record breaking crowd will be on her family and by precept will sup Treasury Savings Certificates allotted hand. port them in bearing grief bravely. to his office. The management of the Springs Especially does ones sympathy go In cities with u post office of the' Hotel will see that every guest is well out to the remaining members of the first class the quota is $5000 of cither cared for and nothing will be left unhome fireside, the venerable husthe $100 or $1000 Certificates., done to give everyone attending the band und devoted daughter, Miss Second class office should sell, timo of his life. Eliza. Besides these Mrs. Smith is $4000, third class $3000 and fourth Horses urc in great demand for tho survived by her sons, Mr. Georgo class offices $2000. occasion and the management of the Smith, Jr., and Mr. Jamea W. Smith, The postmaster may also cuuse the ! Springs are beating the bushes for all for whom much sympathy a felt in honor to be shared by any attache of i the horses that ran be gotten for the ' to irreparable a loss. his office, who will perform the ser-- J A number from event. Lancaster vice required. Thus the assistant, i will attend and if old reynard is wise any carrier or clerk in an office of he will take to his hole now and We are printing thia week the fin any class, who with his chief's conclose up the entrance. sent, makes sales equalling the fixed ancial statement of the Lancaster 's Graded School. It la well worth quota for the office, may on the Read J. R. Mount and Co'a ad. on reading and can be found on the first request, receive one of the the Personal Page In this weeks . paper. coveted trophlea. page, aecond lection. Smith. TO HONOR OUR P.M. He May Wear Distin guished Service Pin Awarded Treasury partment. This office is in receipt of the following letter from Mr. Roy McCray, who has been employed to assume full charge of the management of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse and will begin his duties on November 15th. He gives some facts in his letter and we wish every tobacco grower In Garrard county to read It and to heed the splendid advice he gives them. His letter follows: "North Middletown, K, Nov. 3, 1919, "To the Farmers and Tobacco Growers of Garrard County: "Through the columns of the I wish to say a few words in regard to the tobacco situation in Garrard county and the great future that is now in prospect for the growers of the weed in this splendid community. "I have lived on a farm all my life and the greater portion of it has been spent in buying tobacco and I do not flatter myself when I say that I believe I know the value of the crop, from the ground leaves to Its very tips. I feel that I Mm fortunate Indeed to secure the entire management of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse, at Lancaster, for without doubt, I think it is one of the most complete and conveniently arranged of any that I have ever seen, and I have been' through most every house of this character in Central Kentucky. "The farmers and growers of tobacco in Garrard county should feel deeply proud of such an institution, which means so much in .the future in a financial way, to all of them. All my life I have known that Gar-lar- d county produced the finest hurley tobacco in the state and from what I have seen of the present crop in Garrard, I am convinced that her banner crop was raised this year. "These Garrard County producers should stand by the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse, to a man, and snow and prove to the world, that she does raise the best in the state. When that is proven, and it can be, with your support and then you will see the value of your farms enhanced. We must and will go "Over the top" with the Garrard tobacco market this year. "I will perse nally take charge about November 15th, and upon my arrival, I shall at once ride over the county and acquaint myself with everyone of you personally. "The buyers that we have secured this year are none better in the world, I know most of them person ally and the auctioneer, Mr. John Scott, is the best I ever heard on a sales floor. If he doesn't get every cent your tobacco is worth, there is! not a man living that can. Coming to you a stranger, that is. to most of you, I trust that I may have your full and when the season closes in the spring, Garrard county will be known the stater over, as the banner tobacco county of the grand old Commonwealth." Yours for success, Roy McCray." NATIONAL FOX HUNT Great Preparations ing Made For The Meet At Crab chard Springs. Financial Statement. v The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 6, 1919 Jewish Sabbath. iMrtth .starts lit sunThr Jewish set on I'rlday. V- tjo t'v .lews, like the nticlcnt fins- hemin their day nt sunet nnd nt v sunrise, or lm mediately nfler i.i 'i l;ln. '.is w do, who follow the ntuiett Human. - Is After you eat always tak afrofc Vowel OF IMPORTANCE Careful Examination of Silos, Fol owed hy Necessary Repairs, Is Big Help. SMALL LEAK SPOILS SILAGE lnitntlyreIIeeHMtbwn,l- WCunFtlia(. Stops lopawanoc AOfrWokAttE WeH 'Aimed"! PublicSale 232 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND, STOCK, Implements and Household Goods to be sold to highest and best bidder Ss?U4, IMWUIM R. Ei McKOBLRTS, Lanca.ter. Ky. Inside Coating to Seal Pores and PrJ TREES, TREES I vent Action of Juices on Walls Is of Much Benefit Paraffin Is Promising. Thursday, November 13th. 1919 AT TEN A. M., SHARP. Thit land is located just off of the Lebanon Pike and on what i known as Stewart Pike, three miles from Danville, the best town in the whole Blue Grass region. This is one of the mort fertile farms ever offered for sale publicly in this or any other county in this splendid region of Kentucky. It will grow hemp, tobacco, corn, wheit, and in fact all of the crops that are grown in Kentucky. Sixty acres are already sown in wheat, 80 acres in grass, well sodded. I he improvements consist of one dwelling house, ten rooms, two tenant houses, tobacco barn, and two stock barns and all necessary outbuildings. A pair of brand new stock scales and a double corn crib, new. The above land will be sold in two tracts, with improvements on each tract. Tract No. 1 conains 137 acres and Tract No. 2 contains 95 acres. This land will be sold(Sn two tracts and then as a whole. This is one of the best fenced and watered farms in this section. It is watered by wells, ponds and springs. Never failing spring centrally located. At the same time the following personalty will he sold: 1 Deering binder; 1 Double ) Deering 1 Mower; 1 Deering Rake; 1 Deering Hemp Machine; Double Cutting e Harrow; Smoothing Harrow! 2 Walking Turning plows; 1 Riding Plow; 2 Riding Cultivators; 1 Old Hickory Wagon, good as new; Wheat Fan; 1 Hay Frame; 1 Smith Buggy; 3 Cattle Troughs; 1 Dairy Wagon; Bottles, Crates and Cans; 3 Hog Houses: 4 Hog Troughs; 1 Sleds 1 Land Roller; Wheat Drill; 1 Drag; 5 Hemp Brakes; 1 pair Hemp Scales of 500 pounds capacity; lot of carpenter tools. 150 bushels of coal. years old and one 70 fat Hogs; 4 Sows and pigs; 1 Boar; 4 Mules, aged; 24 nice fat cattle; 175 pure bred Rhode Island yRcd chickens. 450 barrels of corn in the heap; 400 shocks of fodder; ten tons of sheaf oats: 8,000 tobacco sticks; a lot of household and kitchen furniture; 'i barrel of good vinegar and a cider mill. Parties desiring to look over this land before the sale can call at the farm or on Col. I. M. Dunn and Co., who will be glad to show it at any lime. Hill-Sid- (PLANT NOW) (Prcpireil hy the t'nlt'd States Depart ment orcrlnnttir ) FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, Willi (he season approach BLOOMING SHRUBS, ' Ins. n careful rxunitnntloii of silos, fol CRAPE VINES, lowed by necesnry repair, win help to Improve the1 keeping quality of the EVERGREENS, iswleiit. According tq "Studies of the PERENNIALS, United States department of ngrlcul RHUBARB, ' lure, ;i walls are the chief re g I ROSES, FREE Illustrated Ctalug NO ACENTS. HEDGI., ETC. ' H.F.Hillehmeyer&Sons LEXINGTON. KY. quirement; In fact, a leak no larger than u small nnll hole innv snnll sev. eral hundred pounds of silage. In case of winst-stav- e Kilo the hoops ulKl braces should twelve nttrntluii to' In ' Mire cloe fitting. Silos maile nf concrete, brick, or nth' er matert.il of porous or semloroti nature, are benefited liv an Inside iut I waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of there is no tune to When company comes u n-- - it. WHITE CALUMET & GO. JOHN LOUISVILLI.ICT. Liberal assortment aid full vain polsl t- -r taw Hiees Cast SklM nine runo al r NEW 1 ' ,1- ' BAKING POWIER on hand. Cakes, pies, dotich nuts, muffins and things to cat nil must be dressed up in their best taste and k1 looks. FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For ' Distribution i.t .4' I More than 90 farms deacribed. Qet yoir Dime on our mailing Ihrt at once. it i f Then, too, her reputation as a cook rnust and she be upheld "stakes" it on Calumet crco'time. She knows it will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings eveiz day. CalumcUcontains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S.Food Authorities. Y.J-U- -. wits tae buy il. T.a test vara j.a sue it. Semonin Goodman Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Newly Constructed Silo Owner Is Preparing to Fortify With Silage Against Winter and High. Priced Feed. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. For further information call on I. M. Dunn and Co., Danville, Ky., Phone s Col. Dunn at 75; Office Phone 529; B. G. Fox Phone 33, or J. B. Jennings 261-- W. C. PIERCE Ins of a preparation which seals the IHires aud also prevent- -, the action i! Mince Juices on the walls. ANGUSThe coating tnosj commonly u.ed e hitherto Is coat tar thinned with and applied with a pit lit brush. A number of material of like nature been considered for this work, hut the one showing the most promise Ih para (tin. How to Apply Paraffin. . I'aramn may he applied elt!nr cold or hot to silo walls. With the cold Registered Aberdeen Anmethod, the paraffin Is dissolved In a gus Cattle for sale anytime volatile carrier like naphtha until a either sex any age. Also regis- Maturated solution Is obtained. In Fourpound of paraffin dissolved onetered Poland China Hogs. Big type half gallon of gasoline or naphtha will make one gallon of ttil solution. The A. D. BRADSHAW, solution Is then applied much like paint to the surface of the concrete, WALKER BRADSHAW. which It penetrates according to dryness and porosity. One gallon has a Lancaster. Ky. eoverlng capacity of about 200 square feet. The naphtha soon evaporate, leaving, i the paraffin in (he holes. When applying the paraffin hy this method, special care must be taken that there Is good ventilation In the silo and tha't there are no light or tire nearby. S'aphtha Is very Inflammable, and a serious explosion or tire may reMilt from careless use. Walls Must Be Warm. applied in Co. Led Paraffin may also he six and oue-fta-melt form. It requires Kiunds of paraffin to make one gallon Z Incorporated of the hot paraffin solution, ,'i'lie work should be done on a warm day and ? Maasrlaeturere of Perfect-Fittinthe concrete must ulso be sufficient!) warmed by artificial beat so that the SPECTACLES AND paraffin may be thoroughly rubbed In 1 One gallon u III enter about 2.V) square EYE GLASSES feet of surface. When this method If followutt, u blow torch should be used to warm the walls as the paraffin Is Artificial Eyes Eryptab being applied, and also to thin and Invisible Bifocal Leus spread the layer of paruflln. Two buckets nf paraffin should be used, one to be heating while the other Is being applied. The hot paraffin treatment It one of the most successful for. water4th Chestnut Sta, proofing surfaces exposed to weather, LOUISVILLE, KY. but It requires some experience lo obtain successful results. Use of Hot Msthod. Where the hot method Is used, divide the number of square feet of silo wall' to be coated, by 2.7J to find the required number of Bullous. Multiply this result by six aud a half to obtuiu The undersigned hereby sire ware Vig to all persons not to trespass upon the number of iwiunds of paraffin required. Tor example, to find the para-llltur lands for any purpose whatever required to cout u alio 14 feet lu is we .will prosecute all offenders to diameter mid 3 feet high: the fullest; extent of the law. Bant Diameter (14 feet) x 3.14111 equals era and fishermen especially talc 43.03 feet, the circumference of the notice. slln. Mrs. Cora Phillips, R. L. Elkln, Height (30 feet) x circumference (43.0S feel) equals 1310,4 xquare feet, Mrs. Emma Daniels, the area. It. L. Arnold. Area (1310.4 square feet) divided by Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, 27, or uumber of gallons 250 equals Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, required. Edd and N. B. Price. required (&27)x OH equals Gallons 8. C. Klgsby. S4i'.1. the number of pounds of par D. M. Anderson. atfln required. R. L. Barker In both cases the cost may be estiII. U KeUey. i mated from Die local price of paraffin J. C. Rlnby. and impblhi. it should tie rememheied Thompson and Tracy boneter, tiiat these figures will varjl with local condition. - LAND Premium List STOCK FARM he iTOVEMBER 20, COUPKTITION kj.a-.iiI. Alt ... awJ f.KV.. LViiltf nn.l tinsmliims nuriir.lfil 5uiturilnV. All exhibits except first prixe exhibits of tobneco und corn In Department! All other exhibits will A. It. C. I) nnil K v ill lu. returned to Kxhibitor. All agricultural exhibits must be grown by be returned to the evhibitors. t Warehouse, Lancaster, Garrard OPEN TO ALU KENTUCKY. 4. 5. C. Garrard County Corn and Tobacco Fai- rKy 1.50 1.00 1.00 -- i 21, 22, 1919 ...................... DEPARTMENT K. 75 75 75 7. 8. U. the exhibitor. DEPARTMENT 1 Angel Cake Marble Cake Cocoanut Cake Blackberry Cake Cookies, plain Ginger Cookies . Best Best Best Best Best 1.00 75 75 50 50 60 A. 2. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. '2. Soatbcrn Optical 3. 4. 1. t j POSTED 1. 2. 3. $50.00 . Hands Cigarette Leaf 25.00 Hands Bright Leaf 25.00 Hands Red Leaf . 25.00 Hands Trash Samples From u Single Crop, Em25.00 .- bracing Trash, Lugs, Bright Red DEPARTMENT B. 10.00 Best 10 Ears White Dent . 5.00 Best Single Eur White Pent 10.00 Best 10 Ears Yellow Pent 5.00 Best Single Ear Yellow Rent DEPARTMENT C BOY'S CORN CLUB 10.00 Best 10 Ears While Pent 5.00 Best' Single Ear White Pent 10.00 10 Ear Yellow Rent Best .1.00 Best Single Ear Yellow Pent DEPARTMENT D. 2.00 Best n Table Beets 2.00 Best 3 Heads Cabbage 2.00 C Stnlks Celery . Best 2.00 Best 12 Peck Onions 2.00 t Best Quart Red Peppers 2.00 .- -. Best Perk Irish Potatoes, Late 2.00 Best Peck JJweet Potatoes 2.00 Heaviest Pumpkin, any variety .- - 2.00 . Best Kershaw, any variety 2.00 Best Squash, unv variety One-Ha2.00 Peck Turnips 2.00 Best 2 Dozen Stalks Sulsify . 2.00 Hct 0 Parsnips DEPARTMENT E. 2.00 Best 2 Peck ysrthern Spy 2.00 Best 2 Peck Roman Beauties 2.00 Peck Pippin Best 2.50 Best Plate Apples, .any other variety DEPARTMENT F. 2.00 'Hand Made Nightgown 2.00 . -- -. . Hand Made Corset Cover 2.00 Hand Made Teddy 1.50 Hand Made Handkerchief 3.00 Hand Made Quilt 2.00 Fancy Apron, best quality and work 2.00 Best Plain Apron . DEPARTMENT G. 2.00 Child's Press, Embroidered 2.00 Pair Pillow Cases, Embroidered 1.50 Towel, Embroidered 2.00 Best Display Embroidered Centerpiece 3.00 Teu Set H. DEPARTMENT 2.00 Tatting Best Display 2.00 Best Display Fillet Centerpiece 1.C0 Towel, Fillet DEPARTMENT I. 2.00 Best Pillow Cases, Crocheted 2.00 Best Knitted Sweater 2.00 Best Knitted Socks 1.50- Best Knitted Article ty child under 12 DEPARTMENT J. ' 1.00 Most Economical Cake, Recipe Accompanied 1.00 Best Layer Cake 1.00 Best Devil Cake Best A Best G Best C Best C Best 4 ... First Second $25.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 , 1.00 1.00 1.00 1,00 1.00 1.00 .. ... x. ... 100 1.00 1.00 1.00 ... ... ... 1.00 1.00 1.00 75 2.00 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 75 1.00 1.50 1.00 1.00 7S .. ......... ........ ................ ............ .......... .........T.. .................. 1.00 1.00 1.00 75 - 75 75 75 1. Best Chocolate Pie 75 60 2. Best Pumpkin Pie 75 SO 3. ,Best Apple Pie 73 60 4. Best lmon Pie 75 50 5. Best Pie, any kind, recipe accompanied 75 SPECIAL PREMIUMS BY HUDSON, HUGHES 4 FA UN A I' 1. nest i.oa: ureau ... 2.00 2. Best Beaten Biscuits 2.00 3. Best White Cake .. 2.00 To Ue Made of OBELISK Fl.OUIt DEPARTMENT U 1. Pint Strawberry Preserves 76 60 2. Pint Peach Preserves . 75 jo 3. Pint Watermelon Kind Preserves .1 75 SO . 4. Pint Blackberry Jam 7i 60 DEPARTMENT M. 1. Best Blackberry Jelly ' 75 60 2. Best Raspberry Jelly 75 50 3. Best Crabapple Jelly 76 CO 4. Best Current Jelly 75 50 5. Best Grape Jelly 76 so DEPARTMENT N. 1. Pint Chille Sauce "5 50 2. Pint Tomato Catsup 75 so 3. Best Jar Cpopped Pickles 50 4. Best Jur Sweet Pickles 76 50 5. Best Jar Cucumber Pickles 75 50 C. Best Jur Onion pickles 75 50 7. Best Jar Spanish Pickles . 75 60 DEPARTMENT O. 1. Divinity Candy, one pound 1.00 2. Pralines, one pound . 1.00 3. Fancy1 Mixed, one pound . . 75 4. Cream Chocolate . . 75 60 DEPARTMENT P. 1. Peaches, canned in glass 76 jo 2. Corn, cunned in glass 75 50 3. String Beans, canned In glass 4. Pears, canned In glass 75 so C. Tomatoes," conned (in glass 75 60 The following premiums will be open for i and County Schools; , A card 30x00 will be nlloted to each room ai.d the teacher and ..mi i. ...i .l . 'r vi-- e u that can be attached to this card and hung on the wall. arriw an exhibit Np suggestions or restrictions other than size of exhibit are nmd further than to say that the teacher ami scholars should arrange tht exhibit thut they feci will bo most attractive to the Judges. First Prize, $5.00; Second Prize, $4.00; Third Prize 30! Uurth Prize, $2.00 und Fifth Prize. $1.00. . No names will appear on exhibition Tl,.. ...:n i... i: . ,n .. " "ce and given a number. Sheep, Hogs, Horses and Mules Cuttle, risk In box stalls arranged under first floor o Warihou." Said vm to be kept clean and sanitary, without odor. will be a charge of 11.00 per box stall. An auction sale If . There ,i.t.. i ,"li5hIaIf?f "PPl'otions made by several stock m.f.' be day on",rK, Fair, Nov, 22nd. Contestants of all departments must not later than Monday November 17h and house and arranged not later than Wednesday night, November 19th! tor lurtner information call or write R. T. P.ddlcord. Unc.it.,, Ky. ..... ... ... ... ........... " ............... .. ......... ' .. ...... .. .... ....... ....... " .............. ....I ....... ' J.,l Iii Z taVV'Wsf,? r I 223EsaBBBlsBaBaiS 1 The Central Raco rd, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 6 1919. MITCHELL WLOR 262 Acres Old SILE f Alllll L AKM 2 HKES FROM VILLE ON DAN- HUSTON-VILL- E PIKE. Blue Grass Sod : : x WEDNESDAY, NOV. I2th, We have purchased this fine stock farm consisting of 262 acres of old Blue Grass sod, and this means tobacco land, which bring you money equal to growing it on trees. We will offer you this in four small tracts from 40 to 100 acres each, thus givwill ing a greater opportunity to more people to own a Blue Grass farm. One tract will have all the improvements, consisting of a handsome suburban home, equipped for waterworks and on electric light line; has eight large rooms, trunk, linen and bath rooms, 2 large halls and 2 porches; all necessary outbuildings, including a large, new stock barn that would cost $8,000 to build today; can also be used for a tobacco barn; 4 everlasting springs that .no value can be placed on, and a new stock scales set in concrete. This property is valuable on account of being close to the good city of Danville, and located in Boyle County, which is con, sidered the garden spot of the world for its good people, Centre College and fine schools, churches, railroad facilities and farm lands surpassed by none; macadamized roads which give you an outlet to all larger cities. This place is centrally located, which means lots to the man who buys it. Bear in mind the time, place and date, for this place will be sold absolutely at the highest bid We arc the firm that's on the square. You make the price and we make the deed; come and look it without reserve or over and you will see for yourself; you will find it far better than we have recommended it. Meet us promptly at 10 o'clock on that by-bid. : x x day. TERMS: More Than Easy. SALE, 10:00 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. Seven Payments. Can You Beat It? S. A. WALKER, General Manager. VICTORY REALTY CO. I x x LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Col. J. T. Cowherd and Son, of Shelbyville, Kentucky, Auctioneers. ' fioml Men of Probity, Suffers Serious Break Down. spent "Two year ago bowel in hospital under stomach anil inspecialist fur mucus colitis, auto . which caused awful toxication. My attacks. hUmtinir anil colic friends gave me up. I returned homo ami on the advice of Mrs. Wriht, a friend, tried Mnyr's Wonderful Itemed)- with wonderful reAm now in best of helth." It sultI, a simplile, harmless preparation the cntarrhal nuicu that remove from tlx- - intestinal tract ami allay practhe inflammation which tically all stomach, liver ami Intestinal ailment, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money It. K. McltOllKUTS, Drue-gis- t, adv. Ijincinter, Ky. 3 months week by tire. L've rythlng was lost except the furniture in the parlor. The W. C."T. U. will meet with ' Mr. Kred Hall Friday evening at 2:30. Kvery member U invited to come and bring some one with you. U. ceccpt-il- l The Ml Tabo- - B. Y. an invitation fro.n the Lnniiistcr them last Sun-.mkl'aptist Church to mning ami 1 uve their program Ul but about thive went therti 'it Friends be kI.iiI to .ire having nia. Otto here ni Otto Ilowlini; will know- - that he and hi wife splendid health in Califorha improved until he has normal weight. cue cained ) PAINT UCK the gurtt Mr. and .nr. Frank Foley wcra calle'i to Coil.in by the serious illness of her brother, who was night switchman for the L. and N, at tliat ilar. He having been (tabbed and robbed one niicht last week and very littl hope M entertained for hi recovery Abnut twenty guest attemled the Mary Lear Linen Shower given Mi but week at Mr. 11. C. McWhorter's. Many handsome and ueful articles were Riven Mis Lear. The house wa artistically decorated with HalDelightful- - reloween decoration. freshments were served and all hnd u delightful time. Mr. Napiei if of Owsley County Mr.'A T. Howling. is lintel, were with l'reacherville I Jamvt WsUon Sayt. "I'll Never For- The Lilac Trfe. I friends Friday. perhap. all thlnps con-- , j The jet When Father's llocs Got Cholera. lilrrrd. lllae Isniot splendid of llovver-the Mr. and Mrs. J. L Yantis and two "One morning he found 'JO hogs Ing In's. Kverylmdy l familiar with sons wen Sunday guests of Mr. and diail und several sick. He called in t Its frasranee. The tree belongs to Mr. Milton Ward. the Vet. who after dissecting a rnt tho olive family und Is cloudy allied Mrs Isaac Cornett of Taint l.iik. caught on the premises, decided that to the commini privet, but It bears no for flAtlif ffiili .in. Im v.i1mi.1.vh spent Sunday night with her daugh-- ' the rodents had conveyed germs. the splendor of Its blossoms.rTriiit ter, Mrs. John Smith. j Since then I anl never without It's the surest, quickest rat Misses Maud and Fannie Si.i.ihj I were Sunday guests of Mrs. lira eel destroyer know." Three sizes, 'JSc, Sold and guaranteed by S0c. J1.00. Sutton on the 0. O. I'ike. Mcltoberts Drug Store and Haselden Mr. and .Mrs. John Yater and elul Ilro, Nov. adv. Lancaster. dren, spent Sundny with his father, .Mrs. Henry Yater Mr. and BUCKEYE Mrs. John Ilroaddus nnd daughters I. iila and Jean spent WednesMisses Mrs. l'ermelia Hogic is visiting relday night with Mrs. Clay Ilroaddus. atives in .Mercer county. visiting is Miss Linda Locker Mrs. Itnbert Ward and two little sons spent the day Monday'with .Mrs. friends in Danville ths week. Frank Turner on the old Danville, Miss Naomi Cornish of Ilarrods-bur-g pike. is the guest of Miss Lovvie Mr. and Mrs. James Kason, Mr. ilrovvn. Mrs. Thomas .iorforil has returned and Mrs. William Walker motored to Lancaster Monday and were guests to her home in Danville after a visit 1 I I ltAT-SN'A- I. rmtnn pmreeils from men nf natural probity, and .Inrmnienucht rather In praise the tnipttnn than th result, iiu should give- greater praise tn a man of probity unskilled In letters than one killed In letter" but ilerold of probity. Leonardo tin Vine! (translated by lMnnnl McCurdy). PUBLIC of friends. Mis. C. It. Henry and little Louise, were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. John Henry on the Fall Lick pike. N Mr. N.wt Todd arrived Mutnla' to he the guest f hi mother for n few ilayr. Mr. anil Mr. Klmer Moore spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mr. M. K. ltoss. Mesdames Itohert Wuiker and It. C. Wood were in Danville Monday, shopping. Misses Ituelah, Ivn and Mane Led-for- d pent Sunday with Miss Avn McWIioiter. Seviral J"roni here uttended the burial of Itoy Uodkins nt llerca Sun- - .Mr. und Mrs. Stuart Carson, and Mrs. William Carson motored from A lUt That Didn't Smell After Beini Stanford Thursday night and were guests of Mr, nnd Mrs. Ilascnm Dead For 3 Months. tiayniiciiiooii. .Miss runny Mild was line guest of the flivt of Mr. Thomas London tlif wnk. ni in- Mr. und Mm. Tho Logsdon and Mr and Mr. U. II. Ilurgcsi spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. I. U. Shepherd. Mr. and Mr, liobert Ward mid children were guest of her parent Mr. rnd Mrs. .Millard Ledford Sunday. Meurs Henry Wulluco and Jim Francis are both very sick, their orry to numerous friend will bo learn 4 Mr. It. 0. Wood and children were in Nicholiuville Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John White. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hendren had the miafortune to lose their house last "I swear it was dead at least 3 Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Misi.es month," said Jame Sykes, llutcher, Westfield, N. J. "We saw this rat Ollie and Fannie Mcrida attended church at Ileailey chool house Sunevery day. i'ut u cake of Months later my day and were dinner guest of Mfise behind a barrel. Dovie und Sarah Morris. Itemem-berewife asked about the rat, The VW nnd Ilox Supper given at it, the barrel, looked behind There wa the rat dead, not the the Antioch School housd on the slightest odor." Three sizes, l!6e, 50e evening of Oct. lHtli, was quite a '1.1 being $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by It. K. success. The sum of $'15. by Miss The pie made Mcltoherts Drug Store and Haselden realized. Nov. ndv. Flonnie Mae l.ane brought tlut highIlros. est price $l.'..'!.ri. The many friends of Mr. ami Mrs. GUY. Kobvrt Wnrd will regret to hear, that .Mrs. Tolliver Cornett was n recent on January 1st, they will move near Kirksvilte, havine'rented the farm of visitor of llerea friends. C. It. Henry the year Mr. Carrie Davidson Is visiting Mr. certainly hate for see such 190. good We to her daughter, Mrs. '.. T. Itice of people us Mr. and Mrs. Ward leave this neighborhood, for a true, loyul, Mr. J. L. Yantis was in Itlchmond and substantial neighbor and citiTuesday the guest of Mr. and Mr. zens, they cannot be surpassed, in Z. T. Itlce. fuct they arc "the salt of the eurth", Mr. William Marsec spent Thurs- and while we reluctuntly give them day with Mesdamet Nouh Marsee and up, we can recommend them to the Mack Turner. people of .their new location, as being Mr. John Smith and daughter, the best ever In every way. ItAT-SNA- I' d Itich-mon- with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford. Mrs. It. W Sanders und daughter, Hope, Miss Christine Morford and Mr Thomas Morford spent last Friday in Danville; 'Mss Sallie Lou.Teater and Mr. Tom Morford visited relatives and frieniU in Levington and Nicholas-vill- e Saturday and Sunday. .Mrs. - F. Drown and daughter. Lovvie und Mr. Hilly Cotton visited .Mrs. Handy Kurtz nnd family in Met-cc- r county first of the week. Mis. Ilirum.ltay, Misses Sallie Lou Tenter, Christine Morford .'ind Mr. Tom Morford were in Lexitulcn on Thursday to ree Miss Kthyl ltay. Mrs, Noru Tenter accompani M on Miss F.thvl ltay to Lorfngtnn Tuesday where she was operated on for appendicitis by Dr. David Harrow at St. Joseph s hospital, We are glad to report that sho i doing iiiei ly. m SALE will sell at my place on Lexington pike on AT ONE O'CLOCK, P. M. 1 Wednesday, November 12th , - to the highest bidder the following property. One pair mare work mules 6 yean old; one family mare, One cow, one good horse work mule, Dcering Binder, Mower, Dic Harrow, Smoothing harrow, Turninc plows, Cultivator, Riding plow, Corn Planter, Hay Rake, Hemp Brakes, Spring Wagon, 60 bales of oats straw, Fence Stretchers, Lard Kettle, Lard Press, Sausage Grinder, Cider Mill, FoduVn- - Cutter, Saddle and Bridle, dirt scraper, 4000 Tobacco Sticks, Aho e lot of Household soods, consisting of Beds, wash-standrugs, chairs, a full dining room set in Mission, Ice Box, Kitchen Safe and a multitude of other household impedimenta. TERMS: Amounts of $20 and under cash in hand. r For amounts over this sum Bankable notes, bearing 6 per cent interest from Jan. 1st, 1920.will be accepted. YOU WANT YOUR CALVES TO s, COME OUT. well. You in the spring looking wunt them to ahow- - the effect of good They will not do care in the winter. this unless they are given u rctiuble remedy to tone them up, aid digesTry 11. A. tion, relieve constipation. THOMAS' STOCK RKMKDY. It is medicine, all medicine, and you get the result you expect, W. A. Dlckerson. CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctions.r. adv. Clay Sutton. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 6, 1919 We stand for Quality and Style first, last and all the time, and every effort is exerted to the utmost to carry out the two essential features. We have plenty of the new belted Suits and Overcoats in HART SCHAFFNER & Quality & Style $25.00, $30.00, $35.00, COOPERS MARX and other well know brands at $40.00, $45.00, and $50.00 SHIRTS. STETSON HATS. UNDERWEAR. WILSON Shoes for the whole family. Quality carried out in every line. s Copwirfit 1919. Hart SrhlffnfrS Mart HOUSE OF QUALITY. JAS. W. SMITH FRITZI SCHEFF 1 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ,giiiiini 1 turers In the South. mui F1F15n CENSUS In" : " OUR HIGH GRADE " We represent one of the largest Roofing manufac As all kinds of material are advencing, you should place your order NOW for In "Glorianna". at Lex- Interpretation Of The Word "Farm." ington Opera House Washington, November 3rd. next Monday night What is a farm? Seems a foolish question to ask, Fritzi Schen", grand and comic docs'nt it? Almost anyone can tell just what a farm is anil opera prima donna, now starring in John Oor't "filoriannu" t be seen at knows one when he sees it. Ilut do you happen to know the in the Lexington Opera Houtc, Monday evening, Nov. 10th, was born in terpretation Uncle Sam places on the being word "farm" for census purposes? Vienna, her maiden naive l'ritii SchelT yager. Her mother, No? Then read how his Bureau of Hortense SchelT, was prima donna at the Census defines the word: "A fnrm for census purposes is all the Imperial Opera House, Vienna, and her father. Dr. Yager, n physi the land which is directly farmed by cian at the Austrian capital. When one person conducting agricultural tdic wns five years old, Miss SchelT operations, either by his own labor or rang in a church choir, anil when she with the assistance of members of his was eight years old was spoken of as household or hired employees." In further explanation of this defian infant prodigy. Completing her vocal study at nition the Census llureau points out Dresden and Frankfort, she made that the term "agricultural operaher debut in the latter city as Juliet tions" is used as a general term regrowing croH, In "Romeo and Juliet." After sing- ferring to the work of ing prima donna roles in "Faust," producing other agricultural products and raising domestic animals, poul"Cavelleria Rustirann", ''Ln been, anil ".Mignon" for two .years try or From this definition it will be seen in Frankfort, she went to Munich single and there Maurice Grnit heard her. that a farm may consist of a She signed a three years' contract tract of land or of u number of sepa wi'h him, mukim; her first American rate and distinct tracts.. And these appearance at the Metropolitan several tracts may be held under difOpera House, New York as Marzcl-lin- e ferent tenures as, for instance, when in "Fideiio" December 2S, 11100. one tract is, owned by the farmer and That season she appeared as the another is rented by him. Thus if a 10(1 acres rents an Rhine Maiden in "Rheingold" and man who owns "Gotterdammerrung", as the Valkyre additional ten acres from some one both the 100 acrxs in "Walkure", us the unseen bird in else anil operates "Siegfried," Zerlina in "Dui( Giovan- and the ten acres, then his "farm" ni", and Musetta in "LaBohcme." includes both tracts of land comprisd TRY HOG FEED and you will be pleased with the results. Also Wheat Middlings, Rye Middlings and Barley Meal. CREMO DAIRY FEED Roofing We can save you money and give you a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. will make your cow give more milk. Northern Seed Rye, Kentucky Blue Grass and Orchard Grass. Timothy Seed. Try Carey-ize- d Salt Tonic Blocks For Hogs, Horses, Sheep and Cattle. Lime, Brick, Rock, Portland Cement. Conn 5a, timed Weekly. Brothers. ILJlJ ( "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." The Central Record $1.50 a Year. $1704.65 Given To Orphans By Garrard County Children. 4 Payable in Advance. J. R. E. ROBINSON. Editor. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. Laacatler, Ky.. The Total Amount Given by Garrard County . to the Kentucky Chil Novber6. 1919 drcn's Home Society in the Campaign Just Clotrd Was $1704.65. may be Increased a little us several subscriptions are not Of this yet in that are expected. amount $15:17.41 is cash in bunk, and Rate For Political Announcements. the balance will be paid in within u For Precinct and City Offices. .$5. 00 week. This is very gratifying to For County Offices 10.00 those who want to do good to others For State nnd District Offices. .15.00 less fortunate than themselves and For Calls, per line..... .10 especially to the public school chilFor Cards, per line .10 dren of the County in whose behalf For all publications in the Interthe campaign was undertaken. Those est of individuals or expreswho gave their money to this good sion of individual views, per cause will also be glad to know that line ,10 they are getting results already us Obituaries, per line . .05 two unfortunate little ones from this county have been placed in thisllome this week when they could not be ANNUAL MEETING. sent elsewhere. tor Herbert. Additional Club Members, omitted Following Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. This amount .................. The following season she was the Cheruinos of "The Marriage Figaro," the I'apagana of "the Magic Flute," the Nedda of "I'aliacci", and the Asa During of I'aderewski's "Manru", the interval between these two sea sons Fritzi SchelT became the wife of u Iiaron. When it became known that Mau rice Gruu was to give up the n.unage- Opera nient of the Metropolitan House Charles, 11. Dillingham made her an olfer to star in comic opera under his management. She accept ed and made her debut in that field at the Ilroadway Theatre in Novem her I'.IO.'l as Uahette in the opera of that name by Harry II. Smith and Victor Herbert. The next season she appeared in "Two Roses", a musical version of "She Stoops to Conquer" by Stani-lau- s Stance and Ludwig Krlanger. Mr. Dillingham then revived for her u series of the old light operas, Ilccoq'a "Girofle Girofla", and Von Kuppe's "Itoccaccio" and "FatiniUa" being among them. The seasons 1005 to ID OH she appeared in "Mile- Modiatu" by Henry Illossom and Vic ".Mile takers is absolutely confidential, ing 110 acres. and I!y the same token when n land- miiilu so by Act of Congress, owner has one or more tenants, rent- th.it under no circumstances can any ers, croppers or managers, each dif- Veil information be used as a bans ferent tract of land operated by any for taxation. between farmers such tenant, renter, cropper or man ager is considered a separate and dis- -. and the census officials next January tinct farm by the Census llureau. j is more necessary and vital than Or, to give an example, if a man eer before," declares Director of ' owning 120 acres of land rents 40 the Census Sam L. Rogers, "The acres to it tenant and farms the re world war and the part that the far-maining Ml acres himself, his farm is in er playod in it and will continue to the HO ucres. which he operates, not play In the rehabilitation of Kurope the 120 acres which he owns, while serve to make the agricultural section' the 10 acre tract which he rents to nl of the Fourteenth Decennial Census ( tenant comprise u separate farm to. the most important In the Nations' be reported In the name of the ten- -' history Absolute accuracy and completeness in the census returns is the goal touanl which every citizen should trie " Hljh Price Pld Ur Beefsteak. The highest prl. . paid for Mii pn.UM) at Circle City. .hi-k,- i. a ii thai spniiiir up over lilfl.i limine the Klondike cold excite-mi'I he HrM hief.imk to resell Id for SIS a pound Kicry one "' i v i.'i'i Mime of It niul ni they rut-Ih- il it off for the benefit of n hospital. Th kits a ere wild friiiu to ts to $2"J) for the prlt liege of drswlur n.r ant. Another question to be determined is how important dues un agricultural enterprise have to be in order to secure recognition in the census us u farm? A small vegetable garden or u chicken yard accominodat-- ; -' ing u few busy hens will not be allowed to qualify us a "farm" in the1 census no mutter with what pardon-ubl- e pride and satisfaction the pro-- j prietor may view his agricultural en- -' Currey &. Gulley THEPLACEFOR of Red Cross Chapter. Please take notice that the Annual Meeting of the Garrard County Chap, ter of the American National Red Cross will be held on November 12, 1019, at 3 o'clock of said day at Court House for the election of an Executive Committee or Hoard of Directors, consideration of and action upon reports, and transaction of such other business us may properly come before the Chapter. Each member of the Chapter is earnestly urged to be present. Signed, Shelby Mason, Secretary. WANTED 1000 pound : About forty head of feeding cattle, if. J. E. Robinson. Miss Modiste." a futile search for u euitublu vehicle, temporarily desertII. C. Glass, ed the comic opera stage for vuude-vill$5.00 Subscriptions. where she was a glorious sucAlex West, cess throughout America. However, It. It. Denton, she was continually on th lookout for James Poynter, a suituble vehicle to return to her Additional Schools. chosen field, Musical Comedy. Lust llryantsville School increased from season, John Cort offered her the $15.00 to $25.83. prima donna role of "Glorianna" Cartersville School, W. T. Green, which she is now playing. Miss SchelT considers the role of "Glorteacher, $10.00 Ilourne School, Miss Isabel Lane, ianna" us the best and most suituble teacher, $10.00. that she has ever had opportunity of Rice Academy School, $23.25. portraying, not excepting even "Mile Hulett School, Miss Anna Hawley, Modiste." teacher, $12.15. Teatersville School, Miss Beulah CORN, DAMAGED AND SOUND, May, teacher, $7.55. WANTEDi See, or call, Jesse Doty, Walker School, Miss Allie II. or E. C. Cheatham, Telephone 382-Wheeler, $0.fi0. Lancaster. 5 Last Week. V. A. Lear, SchelT, after terprise. Hut if the garden or chicken yard expands until it covers not less than three ucres of ground, or until it requires for its cure the continuous services of ut least one person, or yields products annually to the value of $260 or more, it comes within the cemnsus definition of u farm and will be recognized as such and counted. The agricultural schedule contains many questions regarding farm values, expenses und live stock as well as the acreage and quantity of crops raised in the year 1919, Census Bureau officials are urging farmers everywhere to prepare for the census enumerator by looking over their books and records so that accurate answers may be furnished to questions. In this connection the Bureau of the Census emphasize the fact that that information furnished to census FRESH AND CURED MEATS STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Fresh Bread Daily. Choice Fruits and Vegetables in seasc-n-. Laundry sent ami .returned daily to D.mville Laundry nnd Dry Cleaning Co. TERMSStrictly Thirty Days. . L 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 6. 1919. POINT Mr. SECTION 2 THIRTIKTIIIYIAR NUMIER 31. FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE LAN The Owl And The LEAVEIX. CASTER GRADED COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT, NO. 24, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30th, 1919. A. MONEY RECEIVED r RUM llalnncc, July 1, HUH Trcnsury Stilt ..nx.o 7,'.iu7..10 01.84 District Taxation Delinquent Tuxes Unilroud Tux ... Tuition Fees -I,cnvell KunJ Kale of Homls All otlier sources 717.14 171.'.'5 I,7r.l.l0 n.o.i i, on u. Total receipts MONEY DISBURSED t. 2. a, 4, FOR Salaries Janitor Service ................ ............ ... IJfi.OI 4.72 '.l,37fi.0, 503.00 fi.Ogli.OO It llepalring . . .- - -- , f, ti. 7. 8. 11. Interest anil lloml redemption Insurance Furniture uml apparatus Payment of notes All other expenses . ... .... .... ......... -- r..r,.N0 2.2tr.C4 nan.no 117.40 n.HOo.oo tr ...... 1,780.94 $2r.,yoo.i8 20,01 4.72 2.".,'J0rt.l r Total disbursements ......... ..... FINANCIAL SUMMARY JULY I, 1919. I. Total receipts - 2 Total Disbursements n. llaUnrr July I. J 'Jill 4. Rondi in force r. Other Indebtedness c. Unpaid taxes ami tuition, about ................... .... 48. 27,000.00 000.00 1.07C.00 Item 8 under A was not received until after Jan. 1st, 1910 NOTEi ncccsnry to borrow $5,000.00 Jan, 1ft. 1919, for u few Therefore, it Item 9 under lava In order to close the deal for the lot hack of building. unurr v., muiirj I'uiruwru lu t iu.r up wie t'nrn J includes mi anil lieiil Item 8 under II cover $5,000.00 us itlreaily explained in this note work. Mid $800.00 Indebtedness carried oter from lait year. The atnivv la a true and correct financial statement for the I.nnrntcr (traded Common School District, No. 24, for the fiscal jear, ending June nOth. 1!M9. IIOAltD OK TKUSTKKS, II. V. fl A ST IN, I'resi.lent, L (I. DAVIDSON. Secretary. July I, 1919. u Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 and Mrs. (llhert Dollins were Pussy-Ca- t. the guests of Mr. James Dollins SunThe Owl and the Pussy-Ca- t went to day. Mr. Virgle Iteynolds of Hamilton sen Ohio, is visiting homefolks for n few In a hcnutiful hnat; They took acinic honey, and plenty of days, momy Mr Ira Hell nnd sister, Miss Mary, d Wrapped up in n note. have been with relative In Richmond The (Jul looked up to the moon above the past week. And aane to u mall Kuitar, Mrs. Ilateer of Richmond, "0 lovely Pussy! O Pussy, my lbvel was the Katie end guest of Mr. week and What n beautiful pussy you nre,- .Mrs. J. W. Tatem. You nre, Mr. Chester Itammons, wife and What a beautiful I'liuy you arc baby of Harboursville, were visiting 1'ussy raid to the Owl, "You elegant relatives here the past week. Protracted meeting is in progress fowl I at Rood Hope with the same preacher How wonderful sect you sing! Oh let us be married, too long have that wc had last year, liev, Childress Everybody is invited. we tarried, Hut what shall we do for ii ring? COY They anil'd away for a year nnd n day To the land where the Hong-tre- e Mrs. James Sanders was the guest grows. of her mother, Mrs. Itay recently. Anil there in a wood, a piggy-wi- g stood Mrs. Gertie Itastey and son, WilWith ii ring in the eml of his note, liam, sp.-n- t .Sunday witii Mrs. A. Hit none, llu'ton. With n ring in tlic end of his nose. Itardwl S of Judson Mr. was the suest of Miss Halbc Murphy "Dear Pig, arc you willing to sell for recently. one shilling Mrs. Lovie Crow of Jessamine was lour ring!" Said the piggy, "I the week end guest of her mother, will." So they took it away, and were mar Mrs. Mary Clouse. Mesdames Virginia Simpson and ried next day lly the turkey who lives on the hill. Essie Vaught were in Lancastc- - on They dined upon mince and slices of Monday shopping. and son, Mrs. I r.'ic Anderson iUince, Which they ate with a runcible O'Neal, spjnt Sunday with her moth-e- r, spoon. Mrs. Ilcili Simpson And hand in hand on the edge of the Mrs. Essie Vaught spent from Satsand urday until Monday with her mother, They danced by the light of the Mrs. Andrew Simpson. moon, Mis Ellen Carroll won the box of The moon, candy for being the best looking girl They danced by the light of the at the Scotic Fork pic supjn r. moon. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and Miss KDWAItl) I.KAIt, hduard Lear, an English author, I'eachle Mae Sanders spent Sun lay born in London Kngland, May 12, with Mr. and Mrs. James Sander. Miss Mattie Uuclah Cobb spent 1812. Died in San Kemo, Italy, Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Josic 1888. Matthew, who still continues quite ill. POOR RIDGE, KY. Hro. 3cicrp delivered a very in .Mrs. Sim Kay spent Monday with teresting at Scutts Fork Sun day, the ii.uject Uing 'The Bible, a Mrs. Lewis Simpson. Miss Sinnie Cummins was the at- - Lost Bool:.' Quits u large crowd attended the Satunlay light and Sunday. Mis I.ovie Brown spent Friday pie supper at Scotts Fork Friday night, nnd a nice sum was collected night with Miss Agnes Simpson. Orphans Home benefit of Mr. and Mrs. William Whitakcr for the We wish tothe Club. thank all that spent Friday and Saturday fn in ticking up this collection. Misses Christine ami Olivia Pres. ton spent Sunday with Miss Arlelgh Matthew. Master Fred Hill spent Saturday ;t ml Sunday with his sister Mrs. Dil- lard Simpson. Hev. and Mrs. (leorge Thompson: spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson. Mrs. It II. Preston and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Kerett Duncan and children. Mr. and .Mrs. V. I Sanders nnd son, Charlie, spent bund.iv with her mother, Mrs. Marsee. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stevens and baby of Itock Castle is visiting his C. C. Stevens. parents, Mr. and Mrs. WOLF TRAIL. Messrs Earl and McClelland Dailcy were in Lexington baturilay. Mr. Mose Ray and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Ira Masters recently. Mrs. Mose Ray spent Thursday nfternoon with Mrs. Powell Dailey. Mr. Elbert Teater left Saturday for Wyoming for several months stay.- THE UNIVERSAL CAR as docs the Ford Coupe, with its permanent top, its broad saat and deep upholstering, its sliding plate glass windows, by wnichin a minute the car is changed from a closed car to tin open car. Equipped with an clcctricstartipg and lighting system, demountable rims with 3ii inch tires all around and embodying all the established merits nnd economies of the Ford car. Let us look after your Ford car and you will get genuine Ford parts and skilled Probably tlicrc ia nootlicr car tiiat every clay in the year meets the demand of the physician Haselden Bros. Garage Lancaster, Ky. HI MRl VA 1T 3 9FX Sift 8f 1&H 3R IAI if A IM Jfll MAX Mil fAl MA 9A VR I NOETHEEN SEED RYE TEST 99 PER CENT per Barrel. Car Load Just Received. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Garrard Milling Company r m iui urn im iw inn lira iy l im m ran ium wm Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTS VILLE, KY. THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR in every The Chevrolet Motor Cur is respect. Built for service ami comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. R. Factory. A car load of these American licautles just unloaded. They Imvo marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Camion vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stotts last week. Miss Jessie B. Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Chandler Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster Mrs. William Matthews spent guest of Miss Carrie I'reston Sunday. day with her sister, Mrs. - L. Math- children Mrs. Lucas Fester and ew. were guests of Mrs Allen Teater Sat Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Ilicks and baby unlay. and Mr. and Mrs. 1. II. Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Moberlcy children spent Sunday with Mr. nnd and daughter spent the week end with Mrs. Walker llurdette. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Matthews were visiting relatives at Lowell for the week end. HOW TO GET RID Mrs. Elijah McMillian and son spent a few days last week in Dan OF YOUR GOLD ville with relatives. Mrs. Abe Burton returned home Thursday after a few days visit, witn The quick way is to use her mother in Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson and Dr. King' New Discovery children were entertained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. James Land. ONT put off until tonight what Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mobcrley and riteii Into Jou ran no tiMlay. Imv onr ilriiL'L'Ut'M uml ti Imtllu daughter spent the week end with of Dr. King's New Dlgcmcry. Start Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casey. , taking It nt mice. Ily tbe time you reach homo you'll bo ou tho way to Mrs. Jolui Dailey entertained n recovery. number of friends at dinner Wednes- This standard family friend has been breaking inliN, coughs, grlppu uttucks. lay, nnd an enJo)nLlo tiny was spent. nnu croup ior morn tiian liny ream. Mr. and Mrs. Wltbert Dailey en- It used w beret er sure-tir- o relief la appreciated. Children and grownups tertained the following Sunday, Mr. allko ran mo It there It mi disagree- and Mrs. Harmon Davis and children, able after-effec- t. Your druggist has It. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sebastian and VOe, uml $l.'J0 bottle. daughter, and Mrs. Drew Davis. w iwm imw m vim wm ivfi iv imm ill ADAPTABILITY i Is one secret of Success. 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. It dis- strain on the D tributes the strain on the bolster and sand board, and does away with the chucking motion of the front I ii i I i gear on rough roads. Yours for Smooth Running, .Bowels Begging for Help Torpid liver pleading for assistance! How careless to oegleft these- thlucs when Dr. Kin'k' a --xew uiiu rim tiromtillv. in Idily, yet effectively come to their rellefl estructlve latlng, Quics-aiut- r i i Put RkmawiUM. Sot MimyIm. .lM.lindMlMIM4.Ui.uik UN M MM, HI Bm. SluwVWkllu IM UMJ MMHMll, BM PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY PaiHt Lick, Kentucky. leaving the system nncleaned, clog ooweia uumored. results In ii XAT work of a man or woman who finds rellsU la It. All druwUt-25- c. 'Ilia brlnir vou ttm tmniiTtimu i1 rauiar, uuriuai uuweia ml liver fune- tlonlnar. Keen feHnir nt. dninir ihn Dr. Klnc'a New It Htlmu. IT SUUUIS aOHSSOMKIMtUr . tr f auUl jmmIjmmI. Milt SAIL, Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. V4HK CO.. UimmSo. Kh HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 6. 1919 BAD HABITS OF HENS DIFFICULT TO CURE WRIGLEYS 5 Wit I5s .1 Egg Eating and Feather Pulling Are Serious Vices,- Supply Plenty of Lime to Iniura Firm Shell and Havt Nest Darkened Encourage Fowl to Take Exercise. , (Prepared by the United Elates Department ct Agriculture.) Kfs eating sometimes becomes n serious vice, fowls becoming very fonil of eggs when they have lenrncd to rat them, nml It often spreads from font to foul. It usually begin through accident by eggs being broken or fro zen. Be careful to see that this doc not happen. See tliat the nests nre properly supplied with straw or othei besting material and hare them dark enrd, so that If an egg Is nccldentnll) broken the fowls will not be likely ti discover It. Supply plenty of lime In the form of oyster shells, bone'or slml In r substances to Insure n Ann shell As soon as It Is discovered that n fowl hns formed the habit the fowl should be removed 111 order to prevent tin spread of the vice. Once formed It I; dlllleult to eradicate, and the safest remedy Is the dentil penalty. pluck fentherj howls sometime from themclies and from each other which Is often raued by too close inn fini'iiifiit, by the reeace of lhecl pests, or hy Improper feeding. Wher -imio of I lie fowls of a flock hnvi formed the habit slightly a wide rniiEi with a chance of diet, including a plentiful supply of animal teed, line, freedom from Insect pests will usuall) correct the evil. Above nil see thai the fowls have plenty of Inducemenl to eicrcle. If the habit becomes wel. formed It Is ery troublesome and mnj necessitate the killing of some of th fowls In order tJ stop It. SEEDING CLOVER IN t The Stuff They're Made of Marks Their Worth mileage, the uninterrupted service that Fisk Tires give, starts with their built-i- n goodness. Big way oversize tough; measure their mileage against any tire you have ever used. They are built to an ideal "To be the Beit Concern in the World to Work far and the Squarett Concern in Existence to do limine: t c a package before the war a package during the war ei J " r. '"pHE greater 9 c a package 5 NOW NextTime BUY FISK THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! it"' j i4 FISH TIRES I Haselden Bros., Garage, Lancaster Central Garage, Lancaster, Ky. Becker 6 Ballard, Bryants vIlle.Ky nf.:;&r' AUTUMN 187 CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON B. F. Hudson, "ROLL OF HONOR.' Birds foretell Weather Change. Unhulled Seed Gives Good Satlsfao Swallows nre untrrlng In their Intlon, but Is Hard to Handle-T- est stinct. If they nre fl.ilng high, then for Germination. an umbrella Is not nn Immediate necessity. Hut If, when they nre In (Prepared by the t'nlted States Depart. mem ui .Mini mmre.) searth of their food, they skim nloue Crlmon eloper may be scedercarlj nt n low altitude. It Is safe to predict in September, iiiul from then or ii diiwnfnll nt no great ierlod. The e through October, depending on the sec tlcrs, Midi as gulls ami tlon. In the a great deal of tin rooks, nre well uorlh attention. They but wise In hulled crimson clover seed Is uel nre not only weiither-wlne- , This gives Jusfns good satisfaction ui ciMiitiinn sense. Tlu'y never venture the bulled seed. but It Is tinnier ti far from home when hud w lather' Is handle. In either case thefarmcr wll drcwlnff. be wise If he has a test. made of I In Baptlted In a Balloon. seed he Intends t sow, so that he inn) The ihlld nf a welbkuunn member know whether the wimple rnntalni of the llrlll-- h piirllament was recently chrlslmiVI In the iript nf the houe of cominiiiis. This Is, In 11 sense, a Hinlvnl of the ni nf bygone days, when christenings In crypts were by no means uncommon. In one recent ca.j In California, for Instance, the ceremony was performed In 11 dliing boll nt the bottom nf the r.i. Ill iinother Case the proud parents of the new or-rliiersitadnl a ilergynmn to baptize the child whllu up In u balloon. "lister Casts. When plaster n.-- llnt, lecime I lh,.ri !,.. li.,.. .1 ........ -mnii. "'I - dry. hru-- h Whin thev anthe .tanh iff and the dirt will ciirm. off with It, II"' ent rlisin and white like limine rew. I I A Tip. Tlicre are two creat races the mm. rsc nnil !hi tifir.eriir. snil If Tftn most bit, isy Jour nsger on the human race It Is mii r Jacksonville u"- - limes-union- . .3 w I Nine Moit Uitful Words. 'lie word, dislsres n phllnlodar. Natural B?roneter. of tbo work of our One of the .niIel of nature's I l n spider's wib. Whi n ten and Mkrn Krfll.h lingnse, and IWrf-foii- r nnt on half. The nine there Is a pniprt of wind or mln Useful nonls are state.1 to be: the spider shorn ns Hi., filaments .y j which Its web Is sutalms and lenies j And. he, bale. It, of. the, tu, will, you. It 111 this stnte as lung a tin- - weather Is variable. If It elongates Its threads, Ineompletene ti It Is a sign of fine, calm w.ather, ,, , lUv of completeness In human rtprrlcncet Wheat Berry Perfected. Voiilli, maturity nml iven old ace are Many of the present sirperlornheni resihlng for the something el In the United .States were whjih they crave for the Injur, which Introduced Into this country f mm ksiih tn 1... the irsentlal l of the Asia, irurope and South America, nud Wear while we ncca.lmially meet na. MTllmnt.sl to our country while under-'ture- s who are bending every force of folng the test. They hnve been bred, their working years In the end d of crnvsnl until a berry has been talnlne wine great ambition, falllog In seenred which will ndapt Itself to Ihelwbi. h. life to Ihrtn Is but a fraction-reg- ion requiring n wheat crop. iohert Carroll. ;,,,. " President, J. J. Walker, V. Pres. V. O. Rigney, Asst. Cachicr. W. F. Champ. Cashier, K Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cathier, 1 3C IE Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Careful Housewivea 31 IE will Investigate Ihis ' Opportuniiij RANGE ETERNAL and a 7 piece - Eave Your Tires Retraaded We use the Dry-Cur- e Vulcanizing pro- cess of retreading-n- ot half sole-a- nd can rebuild a tire at less than half price. .' - .i. . sol ssl'- - ttfesJassif-.-tlirfi- , .A. i. .!"- jf riiuiiuuuiK vvuiu jur nHNut inG prico 0 Crimson Clover, Showing the Most Ad vanced Stags of Ripening Which Ii Allowable for Use as Hay. weed seeds ind what percentage of tin seed will grow. This miitrtr should b intended to 111 plenty of lltne so thai it will not be necessary to buy lit tin lust moment and sow It without knowing whether or not the seed Is good. ADVANTAGES OF COVER CROPS ine 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmalce of tire. Phone 798. Any i The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Hold Soil From Washing and Pro vide Profitable Pasture for Hoga and Small Stock. Cover crops hold the orchard soil from washing, prevent burning out humus, furnish good pasture for hogs, cnlves, poultrjvnnd small stock, nnd furnish an excellent mulch and soil cover for the trees. If the orchard Is pastured with small stock It should Knough not be pastured too close. growth should be made hy the cover crop for winter to furnish a good mukli that will catch nnd hold snow and leaves that would blow uway. rir Walnut Street. it Danville, Kentucky. and a set of fine kitchen untcnsils at the regular price of the service range. Thirtv-twPoints rSf Ktcrn.-i, nal KvcrlastinRlyGool. Itsfh.es .',re linet'l wit fit, wliicli never rusts or wears out and its ; nolished tn not rust or pit like the old style polished topi",, s, The Hanfje Eternal out-cooand out-lo Dollar Set of aluminum ware with every Range Eternal sold Here is a chance to cet a life time of satisfactory kitchen l ". WE 'aremmaking an unusual giving free a Ten offer for a few S out-look- ks ir ii ii ir ii -- c ' iMiie most tieatit I he br.Rh ly no . shed buy. nickel, the of the body and the dull color of the top make this rant;" con stant source of onde. Its sn r t nf d,:,.:.... i. penetrates to every nook and corner of your heme. eriu iuv " v'"''can you ''"i- nt hluJS W. 0. Office Phone 18. RIGNEY. Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. - The Knncc Ett-rna- l costs no LITTLE THINGS IN FARMING ill i Funeral Director and Lancaster, - Much Depends Upon Interest Farmers Take In Products That Can Be Made Profitable. Often the "little things" muy Vome the "great things" In farming. It all depends upon the Interest farmecs tuke In the various divisions of farm ing, (live poultry, bees, vegetuble gur denlng, fruit and other brunches n chance to prove the value of Uiese dlvlslvus. he- - Call at our itore and arc no, ready ,o buy. 't J$h un ffi liaselden Bros tarn 15" .emli The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 6, 1919 WHAT DOES NOVEMBER 2 TO MEAN 2 Public Auction You make the i Keep this Clinn i.e. torJF Is Valuable It puts you In toucli with the Men you a naTfor they nre noted to feiriand higher than nnjboJy else I ' business. II m m JO m YOU o Is the best way on earth to sell earth, for you know "The beat hank on earth Is earth itself." We are AUCTION SPECIALISTS and always sell as advertised. Division Officials Answer Questions Peace-Tim- About The Red Cross price. We make the deed. Wc have sold land everywhere, for the sale you attended was a financial success for the OWNER We carry the three best auctioneers in the country. is the time to SELU WIDE-AWAK- E You know SOW If you are Interested MEN. e Write, Wire, Cable or Call Us. THE LIVE HEAL ESTATE I' Th- whvrtn cintificsttv tlitrwttm or ten pack-(20in ! acAatf 0 of 20 tore'ted carton. iftti9pspr We citrttet) most refreshing, satisfying cigarette you CAMKLSare thePut all your cigarette desires in a bunch, I then buy some Camels, Rive them every taste-tes- t and lenow for your own satisfaction that in quality, flavor, smooth body and in many other delightful ways Come, are in a cjjs by themselves! atron&iy recommend thin carton for the home or office supply or when you travel! It. J. RrMlJiTbactC. Gtmels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll not only prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the remarkable fulUbodicd:;nildness and smooth, refreshing flavor it provides! Camels are a cigarette revelation! Camels win you In so many new ways! They not only permit'you to smoke liberally without tirinif your taste but leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste) or tin- pleasant cigjretty odor! Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price You'll prefer Camel quality 0 premiums, coupons or gifts! 1 "Motor Corpi, canteens and bate hospital unite operating under the Department of Military Relief are being reorr lied for peace time. Firtt Aid la being promoted In an effort to aave Uvea. Soldlera In camp, at home and abroad at I II have the Red Croat with them." . W. E. Kellogg, Director, Department of Military Relief. "Red Crota couraea In Home Hyt, giene and Care of the Sick and training and enrollment of for public health aervlce and nurtet preparation for community emer. genclea are making the Red Croaa nurte a vital factor In raiting health atandarda at home." Mlat V. Lota Lorlmer, R. N Director, Department of Nuralna. VICTORY REALTY CD. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. S. A. WALKER, Gen. Mjrr. T. C. ELKIN, Sales Mgr Draw A Check ' "Dltatter and Emergency Relief haa been organised. Information Service ettab'lahad and Home Service will. In many catet, be extended to meet the peeda of civilian famlllee aa needa of toldlert, and their families were met during the war." Starr Cadwallader, Director, Department of Civilian Relief. "The Junior Red Cross In Amer. lean achoola la giving a new Inspiration In work and play to teachers and pupils alike. It establishes a link with tha world and tralna the children In the Ideal of Interna, tlonal nelghborllneaa." Mrs. Harrlaon W. Ewlng, Director, Department of Junior Membership. for tha money you owe anrl note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Girnrd Bank & Trust Co They know he la doinR business in a buslress like way; Better open such an account even It your affairs are not large. Ther will grow all riKht. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Otpeaitory and Depositary. illiiliMiary iMIue ileMilmry n n HnrriiuiKM', u ilrNii,ry fur tfNl; a wan-ho- ut a rlrrkO olllre fur l for luniy', fie. A Immii n Mrmin ullh iinflhln? l left fur liHlcInc In trut; n truln'; n lf( liuariltnn, mie to whom h llilne for nff kifin: .tt national Imiiki In the tlnlliil Mute llmi ar leli!nnt. lire rtl liy I be Kutrrniiiriit for ilr.-.tnrl-- ; ami th guv. mini r) the nonl ernnirnt IrnurlnM) nfor un) nionvr, liouils. etc, il'i'll ljilieil. Balancing Trade. Where one niuutry exports exten-helyl- o nothing nnntlirr anil buy nml drafts Riven In from It the rhi-rpuymrut do not balance anil It ti chip K"M nr other-w- l reailjiiat accounts. Thl Is nml makes it necessary to pay n prrmlum In eichance. This premium Is vlrttinlly nn mlillllon to prices When It heroines too I1UI1 imt.l. will lie made In other mnrkcts. Thus will trade tie lost unlet, It Is balanced. down on the millstone of life. Othc It JiHt depemK on pot Hillhed up. the stuff you are niaile of. Soldiers Walked on Diamond,. Two detainments of lltltMi troop IIiitiiIIv unlked on diamonds for a week or m durlnK n Irek they made in K.,iiihwisi Africa durlnc Ihe nnr lavs. The tnarrh was through a fa innus cent field and at every bait the Tommies fcousht for precious stones, many reully valuable ones being found. It All Depends. lirace tip I Home people nre crouml THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. ife,ry I Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. . I Every Dollar Membership A Vote of Confidence in A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORM ES, Vice-Pres- t. C. 31. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. R. HARRIS, Individual Book-keepe- r. HUGH MOBLEY, General The American Red Cross Third Roll Call' Safety deposit Boxes For Rent. HUE OF SJLE November 2-1- 1 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, Alex P.. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors! CAMPAIGN MANAGER ANNOUNCES , DIVISION ROLL CALL QUOTA Red Croia Third Holt Call tb sign up 2.490.000 Croaa members for nod Cross service In 1920, according to an announcement made at Lake Division Headquarters today by MacKenile It. Todd, campaign manager far Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. Chapters In Ohio. Indiana and Kentucky, which number 367, bate been supplied with campaign material from division headquarter In preparation for Ml drive for tint-venMembership. Cincinnati chapter baa sent an order for 70,000 buttons over tbe number aaatgned tbo chapter by division headquarters. Toledo haa promised 90,000 at least and Dayton la counting on enrolling at leaat 63,000 members. Ashtabula baa written Mr. Todd asking for double laat roar's quota. To date 85 of the 108 Ohio chapters 90 of the 144 Kentucky chapters and O of tbe 105 Indiana chapters have appointed apodal Roll Call chair men to conduct local campaigns (or Red Croat peace service members. to humanity la aa Important aa tha organization's war service. In effects for tbe betterment of Personal Property As Administrator of the estate of the late C. R. Henry, I will on THE STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE ' Saturday, November 8th AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. Sell to the highest and best bidder the following personal property at his late home on Paint Lick creek, three miles of Paint Lick and two miles of Kirksville. i 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 Sad die 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, 1020, without interest. We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING Your Home Community Needs Some Kind of Red Croaa Service Your Membership Dollar Will Help Secure That Service' Give Your Dollar by Armistice Day Rt4 Craaa Chaptmr W VasWeer dWyrNis to Httf Ut 1920 EmMMnm WeraWra sat guaranteed. On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish-yowith a new battery or repair your old one. We have installed battery charger 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 cny time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of nuto parts for Fords and other nlakes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We nlso furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day ano Night. Satisfaction s WARD, Admr. JOINTHE igMILTON RED CROSS , NOVi Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic 31.' Phone PAINT LICK, KY. ' CAPT. AMpBOURNE, Auctioneer. Lit The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 6, 1919 i OLD ABNER, By AGNES G. BROQAN Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years IT 1 century, when rinftiDft hfk ft qartrof 1 tarveir In the little drug "tore I owned t BoliTr, Mo, makingmy nd relllnc a friends and compound to Tfftetable customer what was then known only at Ir.. Iw(V Medicine for Stomach, Liver and Dowel Complaints. Tor manT jear while I was perfectlnf rny formula I studied and investigated the laxatives and cathartics on tbe market and became convinced that their main fault was not that they did not act on tbe bowels, but that their action was too violent and tlraMfc. and npuct the, sffttrm of the ner( which was due to the fart that the were, not thorough enough In their action, soma simply acting on the upper or small Intes Unci, while others would act onlr on the luwer or large Intestines, and that they almoat Invariably produced a habit requiring augmented doses. l believed that a preparation to T"Jo the bet effect rauit first tone the liver, then act on the stomach and entire all men Ury STflteni. If this was accomplished, the mild, but would produce ,n.edicio thorough elimination of the waste without the ntual sickening eeniatiouit and make, atones. the naer feel better 'OlMereperlinenlIng with hnnJreds of diBerrnt compounds, I at last perfected the formula that la now known as Baton's hr, which truly must goes lunncr And th allotud trier thty vor jrttra ana ten' to look OTff tbo days that f iron and tboufhtlall llTt tbtm uter. myflf, at Mvealyon. freqaentlr is characteristic of r" anil does more thin say Uistlvr en the msrkrt todar- - Ths UiouMnds1 et Iftters hare eonrlnred m wss rlcht,a from ail that thsuifP of Rstsrt's Rtaaatr Israllr niKllclnr, rrt n Ihoujh lie nisjr hsrs neeer bu o.Kl It tor twenty-fit- s to lacrfM. the dote. kaowtMjfe of medicine and the reISr sults of Its ue Id mr owa fsmilr and smear my frientlt, before J eeer effereit It for Mle, raaied me to hsva rrest faith in dam's Hill, from tb. T.rj Orit. And row at I And rapelf nearlnc the affe when I rami how to Ins Inevltsbls and ao plesnurs is to to another life, mr eit each day and read tho letters that ewli mail hrlnr frord peep), aa old or elder than 1. who tell of harlnc tited Nalart'S ReaMV tor ten, fifteen and twrnty year, and now they and their rhihtren and grandchildren hate been benefitted by it. It la a consollnr thoneht, my friends, for a nan at my ace lo feel thst alde from hit own success, one haa don. something for his fellow man. Mr greatest satlsfsc-tiorny greatest happiness todsr is the knowledge thai tonight more than one million people will Use a SsSws't llian.i (NRTablet) and will be belter, beallhier, happier people fgr It, 1 hope OU wilt bo one cf them. nri in, '... A. f ISA H. LEWIS K. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. l MEDICINt CO., Sr. Louie, Mo. For Sale Dairy or Stock Farm well nvli'i'ed, well leiued land In Jolfofmn cmmI sinry resideiii tenuiit hnitis, nld liarns, nui" Inrze new iiiihIitii to the minute d.ill' h.irn, linlds W head, litre Pen triple wall Mln- -. water ) Mem and h. ilh, eieitrie llcht plant, land In hL'h htate of ( ullit.iiinii. WVcaiivll this with Il.tlry Herd nil lite atock, luipii'ment"1, feed and eipilpmenls farm! or mI1 the farm scpnrtto lP-and cite .lunuarv il. IIiiks IniMine from I Miry llerd ha. at i l:uiil iinmiid M.'akiiai )"r inmitli all "ear I et n how )nii till- -. .1NI I'niuily: oi ri" sileiidld. ieion lt, NORTON CALDWELL CO. Incorporated LOUISVILLE, KY. Wanted Only "Overgrown." Florence, hating Invited Karl tn her 1j rthtlny. was anxiously walling for party. One r.:i fnvltntlnn to Kni' day she nsked lilm If die nn going f to Invlli'il to hl party. In which te rt II'1 : "Oh. I'm not coins to have r.ny kids ut my party, only oversown DONT NEGLECT A RHEUMATIC PAIN , i. jKpie." Go after !t Willi Slnan'i Liniment before it gets dangerous Apply a Unit, don't rub, let it ffiif ray, and Roud-htwingel Same for externa) aches, pains strain, jtilTnes of joints or mutcles, lameness, bruises. Instant relief without mussiness or soiled clothinc KiluMe the bitrcest sellinr: linfmeht jejr after jear hy reasin of enormous sales. Keep a biar lstt!e ready at all times. Ask- - your drunpist for Sloan's Liniment 35c. "He $1.40. Aimer wns very tired. The momlng hours passed loly. With new hi he In his hack, lie was this to weeil the garden, and Itctsy Itctsy wns his elder felt aggrleted. mi's wife and uheii her hail decided In make the farm their home, aftir his mother's denth, old Ahner hud stn.tcd nu villi Ihem. Hut snme way nr oilier the lenl hnnie tunKhcd with lte('s cniuhic. Aimer (ouldn't understand It, Delay's hlsiults ere as flaky as his wife's had ticen, mid the big house was kept Iniinacuhtle. Vet Aimer preferred In sit outside now on the door slone. Ills (puttering tthltle crew more plaintive as he whittled iilncntly at a allik. Violently Kcty threw open the front dnnr. "Land!" she eiclnlined "lock nt thine shaving.. I'lck 'em up, father." In his Ahner c'anicd dinidrntly ymmc crand'on's illrectlnn. '.Mchhe Papule wniihl do It for me," he ventured. "Iiannle will pick up his own sjiiv-Inc- s when lie makes "em," Itelsy retorted, "and )nii can pick up Jours." As Ahner Pent painfully lo his tnk, he rrcalh-- a time In his own childhood, win ii he hud pnkcn In what his 11 mother (nusldered illrespcetful manner to his cranilfather. Aimer rrnii inhered ln the hamcl humility of hl puitl'hinent. "Times l.us (hanged," he murmured. I!ety prcMiiti'd a pan of cnni in'.t" to the old nian. " "Vnu cun pnI thee as easy as -aid. So cmndfulher At- ncr Pecan on the e!i, und as he awkwardly Hdiled he mentally cnu trailed the iiltltude of his nilic In the and nf the friend Mm whom he hrniicht out to the farm, with the anions of the elder nu and his wife. There little prefer nie between the two. .luhn, happy and thnughttes, hml nu ceeiled reiuarkahly In the pmfc- slnn for wliti h Ids parents had sacrl rlilncly prepared him. Old Abncr winced, rememtierlnt: ttie Kond natured hut Irritating Jokes nf John's friends, "Times has ihangrri," old Ahmr murmured he was very tired. Then as he stared wearily down the lour. Mrrtrhlnc road. Ids yiars of patient suhmlsslon were urerw helmed In He would uhnitt sudden rehelllon. no longer to dominion or ridicule no one really cured about hlui he would run away. Acaln. nieiiiory hroucht a day from his forgotten boyhood, when In revolt he had fled down the fcame country road only to return at .teniae, re- pentant, to welcoming arms. There would he no welcome haik now; atlll Kid AT AUCTION Saturday, Nov. TWO O'CLOCK, P. M. 15 60 Boyle ACRES County Land ilt, BELONGING TO C. P. WADE. LOCATION: The very beat and most desirable location you could want, one mile from the historical town of Perryville; only 8 miles from Danville, the best College town in the State of Kentucky; in the best section of Boyle County. Perryville will be on the new Federal Highway, which will enhance the value of land in that locality; 3 miles from L. and N. Railroad. Close to schools, Churches and market. In a neighborhood of cultured and refined people. Per ryville has two Banks, splendid Graded and High School, Flour Mill and other business houses. This Dandy Little Farm is all Very fertile and productive Und, 15 acres of which is bottom land, some of it virgin soil, no waste land; 17 acres sown to rye, balance in blue grass and clover. You must see this farm. Will be told in two tracts, one tract of 40 acres and one of 20 acres. 4 room dwelling, with 2 porches, 4 acre tobacco IMPROVEMENTS: Is well watered, by well at the house barn, stock barn and other outbuildings. and two springs and also on Chaplin River. This is a farm that is bound to make you money. Be sure and be -- t this sale. We don't ask you to merely take our word for it, come and see for yourself. Liberal Terms. At the same time the following personal property will be sold: 2 horses, 1 mule, 2 cows, 2 sows and pigs, 40 barrels of corn, 75 shocks of fodder, 30 bales of clover hay, 30 bales of timothy ha, new wagon, cultivator, binder, mowing machine, hay rake, plows, wagon gears, Ford car, household and kitchen furniture. For further particulars inquire of Swinelii oad. The Real Estate Man W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY Iodine for Scratches. Scratches on ilark oak furniture may W greatly Improved In nptonronce hy iiirefully painting the scars with ni us many coats as necea- K ry to produce the desired depth nf ctlor. When this is ilry pi ovr the vhnlo piece nf furniture with u good fi'rr.Mure iwll.li. Leonardo'. Handwriting. o In one account of the life of ln Vinci we reail n curious story about the grout linn's hahdwril-Inc- . It Mcms that It resembled ihar-nct'T- " In Hebrew or Aruhic, for lie ucd Ids left hand nnl wrote from right to lift of the puce. Instead nf Domestic Cat Distinct Species. from left to rlcht, ns we do today. The Kopllan cat ninied to have n One of Da Vlncl'H letters could, theregood claim to the lumor of helnc the fore, only he read hy holding It up ancestor of the domestic cat, both on a mirror. uccount of Its tupcring tall und alze. In which It hears a great slmllnrlty to lint peculiarities the domestic cut. which were discovered In Its dentition tvero sufficient to remove Its claim. So It seems hcM tn couMder the domestic cut n distinct species. Reasons ! Why you sliculd use Cardui, the woman's tonic, lor ycur troubles, have been tliown in thousands of letters from actual users of this medicine, who speak from personal experience. If the results obtained by other women for so many years have been so uniform')' rood, vhy not give Cardui a trial? "French Leave." This expression arose In the early part of the eighteenth century, through certain guests. In the Milnns of I'rauce, not ntvuri" of the higher nits of courtesy, leaving without sajliig gond-hto the hn't or hnMess. The practice prciul tn Kiclely In this country. Therefore, If u man left without saying cokI hy to his host. It was auid he took "I'rtncli leave." The Flowing Tide. No nnp, lion. titer great his genius or high Ids position, Is to the world; ls work will go on without him. There may he ripples und disturbances In the current for a time where he sinks imt of sight, hut the thin will Minn he Hutting nn UK hefnre. This truth may he painful to personal vanity, hut It Is comforting to every more for that others than for self. About Sciences and Religions. The phlloMiphlcal sciences ileal with Ihe general principles, laws or causes that furnish thn rational explanation of iinjthliig; the rationale hy whleh the fuels of any region of knowledge are explained. Tho plirnse U used more particularly In reference to the attidy nf natural iihllosophy or ph)s-le- a. i:ii)irlcnl methods urn those of observation. It U u aclence that grows out of experience. Such a Is tersed, or skilled, In collecting facta and from those fueta gener- alliatlons are made. There are hun dreds of religions. Take The Woman's Tcnfc Airs, Alary J. Irvln, cl Va., writes: "About II years ego, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, headache, numbness I would go for tiiree weeks almost bent double Aly husband went to Dr. for Cardui . . , After taking about two bottles I began going around and when I took three bottles I could do E-all my work." Cullen, ... ... Tremtdlnnly, he placed the pan of podded peas cu the step and hnblilc swiftly toward the woods. A small, gayly painted Noah's ark sort of u lioue, Initliig the appear-- ' ame of being recently set down In Its The J. hue, attracted his attention. girl on the porch told him aliout It when ' he stopped perplexedly to ask If he was mlstUken In thinking the house had not heeri there before. The girl laughed delightedly as she I esplulned. I "It's a portable hnue," she said; t "faiher and 1 send it along wherever I we wish to Hep. Father hunts sped' , mens, and I go to see that he's fed. , Father would forget nil about eulln; If I were not there to remind him . Won't Jon sit down," she asked kindly. "und rest upon our teranila" liratefully, old Ahner accepted the ' Invitation, the problem nf his dcstlna-Hon had been growing at he walked ' aod It was a big problem now. Some way or other as he sat In the restful silence, with the girl's ajmpi thcllc face near by, he found, himself answering her gentle ipiestlonlng, with the faltering stnry of his life. Hut when Ids own eyes grew moist with tears the girl's hlazed dcllunce instead. Tin- - pretty pink spots iu her (heckr grew eten pinker. "The pity of It!" she exclaimed, und liiipulkltely leaned oter Ahner'a bowed figure, "Vuii pre going to stay right here, she declared, "until )ou tire nf us. Now, lMen while I tell you. It will he no charity at all. Father Is longing for mine one to tmdge with hlui through thn woods and to help hlui examine Ida specimens. So It happened. Jll.s I'aula I'mm-- t herself drote 111 her iur to Inform Mrs. Iletsy of the wherealmula nt her father-liidiimid also of his restitution to i cumin where he was. It was John from the city who came Mit haste tn seek nut his runaway fu-- I her. He found him one summer afternoon seuted upon the porch of a gay little house. In tween a contented old nutiirullst and his charming daughter. Ahner could not be persuuded to leate his new peaceful abode, and so It became necessary for Johu to imna again and still again. When the hrlllluut foliage of uutuinii deikisl the trees old Ahner gazed une day tenderly Into Ihe )oung girl's e)es. "Aren't J on going to make my hoy happjt" he usked. "all) one rail seu that his heart Is jours." "He needs punlshim nt," I'aula replied, "fur his former thoughllessnrsa to ou.'" 'I've aluuts wished for u daughter. Just like jou." the old man klghed wistfully, tiid as the gill laughed willy juuii; 'ohiiji suit was woo. K'sserlshL IStl. Wi.l.ra Newansser Ualsal The Rattlesnake's Rattle. The rattle nf the ruttlcMi.ikc Is d( velnissl from the s'ngle cnnlenl scale nr epidermal sp'ne, which In rnnt snakes forms the Inlermu tegument nf the tall, The Imne on which the rnnf nf the rntlle rests, ennslsts nf the lat caudal vertebra and Is entered with skin which Is the beginning of the rattle In young rattlesnakes. Whither Ve Are Flying. The point In spare toward which the run with Its planet- - Is vnynclng nt the rate nf it million miles n day now lit, directly overhead early In the ir. The einct loin: Ion nf this pnlnt tins not been finally determined, but It lli miiteHhere In the nelghlxirlinisl (if the brilliant Mar Vega. Dn jou fe. I that yo:f are shooting upward, head first, about 'J.'i Hints us fast as n Spirit Meant for All, Pleased at Her Appearance. That spirit which sultlres quiet Jnne was bnv entertaining her-c- lf whlih stems In ioine forth to photograph album, iv liNiklnc at the - ir she Mime across u picture of her- ucli frmii etery dry knoll nf sere pine stump, and ..ilen whin she wns a tiny, bold- - grass, fpu ett-rstone nil whMi the dull mod laby. and In nil earnestness .Id: "What ii tunuln' homely Manh sun sJilnos mmes forth to Ihe isHir and hungry, ami lo such as are of simple taste. Dncrsoii. Forgot Waiting Bride. When John Kemble, the pitted trage dian, was married, he rillino-In the stage lo piny Ilamlrt on his wedding rtcnlng. Whether Ids mind Pxame sn nhsnrbeil In the ihnructer ns 'In ex clude nil other mailers nf vital ImtHir- lance. we ennnnt say; hut fur the lime lie fnrgot his waiting bride mid what had liefallen Mm on that fuleful day. and ttint off tn Ids own risim on the conclusion of tho performance nt the thcnUr. Flowers Foretell Rain. The ordinary Hover aad nit Its varik eters. When rain is . ..mine the Lines shut like tbe sh f nn nr- ster. I'nr a day nr two before ralll Itst-I- r mines stems swell to all npprevt-fihl- e extent, and silfTen Hml the hates are Isirr.e more uprUhlly than nsiml This stem .welling when rain Is cvh.ciI Is n feature of many flow. ( ring gras.es. eties Including sbi.nr Iiarnm- - Farm Bargains v small dwelling on same. on good pike only about 100 yard from Itichnuuid FARM NO. nnd turnpike and contains 278 acres, well n.prove.l with good li rm.m dwelling, one tenant hou"," two good barns and u farm known throughout Gurrnrd County as being u good ""l !M tl, . u,.ii bo priced eubdivided into smaller tracts. FARM NO. 5. Situated on flood pike, near achools und chunhe will, good 8 dwel'. ing, large barn that will houje about 10 acres of tobacco. Well wctered and good feZ i, cellant land und can be bought lit a bargain price of 150.00 per acre, contains 101 jimsi FARM NO. 6 Bituutcd on good pike in I'alnt Lick High School district contain c room bungalow and new 40x40 tobacco barn, good tenant house und with This one will not be for sale many days at UU.BO per acre, "m'taini unU 10 ere,"'' tached. FARM NO. 7 Situated only ubout mile from good pike, in hint lli,.'"lvi i district, good 0 room dwelling, good stock and tobacco barn, now nccoianlodate, ibouV ' j ltr .. tobacco, ia well wutcred und will ahow you tho best farm iropa in the vlclnltv ti.tI farm r is priced right ut $150.00 per acre and only containa 101 ueres. FARM NO. 8 Situated on good piko lias over $15,000.00 of improvement. like you want It for big farming enterprize. Is now making more ii io r ii l":l.Ju,t "Lll voi ot liny Xarm In the country. Located only 3 4 miles front town """i f Over 300 acres of this oiVu I n g, Z vicinity anywhere. tobacco in the ill ready to cultivate this next year. A bargain without doubt has nearly a n i l"Ko "'i be bought at $105.00 per acre, worth $200 per acre. I Let me sell you a farm or tclt your farm for ;ou. FARM NO. 1. Situated on the Itichmond nnd Ijinr.-isieturnpike, nnd contains ' ilircs. Is u gently rollinit farm, very fertile soil. Has dandy 10 room dwelling, stock kirn two you coud wish for. Well watered, has tenant house, und every kind of R0 acres of old blue grass sod that will produce unything, and this can he subdivided into about i.ll vroi 1.17 nrr.. .. III. ..II I iriDSl tin 1 nn.l ""I'nm ral"" '"ccpting '.. tenant house, and uiso FARM NO. 3 Containing 110 ncrea excdlant laud and very accessable t the ,le ,,l, 1 l ' ,,, Z,l "l tl'"11 f.?. V" PAINT UCK, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 6, 1919 UNCLE SUM PAYS JUUU 5 sule are the remedy you neel. Tk three nr tour every day. The hcUn ell snah into tile eells and llnl.Dr of the kldtie)a and ilrlves nut the pnlsnna. New lite dlid iiaallh will aiirrlv follow. VVheti it Vf'nr Has been rei'ir stored con'luue Ireatr. nt for a while to keep jnurself Ir. co .dltlon and prs-vea return nf the Ix.n'l wslt until sou are tnenpahte of hv line nr mklmr il(t,l) ntlinAI, tfa.irtrm Oil t'ansiiles today. Tour drug, alst will fhrerfullv refuntl your money If yon are not satlsllrd with result. Hut be sure to get the original Imported (lot.!) XIKTiAI. and acrept no substitutes. In three stree. Pealed package At all drug stores. Dodge Brothers MOTORCAR SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF for rim years OOf.n ItntVAI, llnsrlem enabled suffering huni.il4tv to withstand attacks of klilntr. liver. Madder an-- l stomnch troubles a id all disease ronne-te- t the utlntry organs and to bull.! withand restore to up health organs weakened by ct.tuse, Triese most Important orrans mint be watched, Lerause trey niter and purify tho i.lood; unless thy do their work you are doomed. Werinr, sleeplessness, nervousnr". deepotifUncr. backache, stomach trouble, pains In the loins and lower a'i difficulty when urln.it-Indomen. rheumatism, sciatica and I nml, ro all warn you or trouhl with ynur (Kll.t) MKIIAI. Ilsarlem OH Cap Oil ha 4TH BOND ISSUE THOSE WHO PATRIOTICALLY BOUGHT A YEAR AGO NOW GET REWARD. iiir. BOND HOLDERS ARE GAINERS November Will See Another Pay Day, and In December Jnterest Cornea on the Victory Loan. These p.iy day of Uncle Ram' are mining Htiiiind wllli delightful frequency In those ln)al American hn In the day of the country' nml iIuk diep In their pocket and txmclil Lib i rty llond. JuM a little mote than a iar a en America bought l.lterty Hnn.ls to the tune of lil.noo.ono.iiofl. On Wednesday, Oilober IS, Unrle Sam had the Inter i ft on that limn nil ready It amounts to the dlKnlned kuiii or $1 IK.S17.S1.Tu. To those who recclw-leclMi red bonds the Treasury Departimnt mailt ! check for the IntenM innnev those who took coupon bonds the net pons matured Wednesday, nnd tiiey are a pood an cold at uny bank. And nett month there will be an other of there pay da), In the mid die of Notemliir the Intetest on the fteiond Liberty Loan will fall due and JTS.lOI.HJ.m will be disbursed. And in Deeenibi r two moro Htirli day will loll around The First Liberty Loan will be the cause of llC.tiaSJITti i'.5 be ing distributed, and at the saiile time the Victor) Liberty Loan will witness Its first Interest day and I U;.8T3.0in will co back Into the pockets of the piople and the principal will remain undiminished. These last sums that are going nut simply shows Unrle Sams Is r sponsi ble financially, and that he neer over looks 11 pay day. He l Mill In the market for money, and while the need is not so urgent as It once war, he can use jour surplus . He Is ottering the new Treasury Ratings Certltliates in Uu and il.000 anl the familiar War Sating Stumps. The Interest (ollpon In the Libert) lion. Is will be mighty Veell Inserted If put In thesr new "baby bonds." Window Glass ALL SIZES. j Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. ricRoberts I Thnc life. A DRUGSTORE, Optimistic Thought. who travel lead more thaD KINNAIRD Phone No. 66. BROS.-- , Agents Lancaster, Ky. n Daily Thought .'Ie lives who dies to win a lastlnf name. Dfummonri. Have to Piece Our iruth. You enn drnw your own ronclnslon from the fart that there ln't enough truth In existence to keep tongues of gossip constantly wagging ' Bmerills of the Ajtect. Among the Altec lrta-n- r of Mexico, liesldra other lUifjmK atones, emeralds Mere man)' eniulsllcly rut found, unit It l from IM source (hot the mnsnlflccnt emeralds now funning iwrt of the rojnl rollevtlmt of were supposed to lujsv mine. Sia Take Your Rations. fri'in the earth to (Vnttirl, tin- - nearest Kt Hr. and All'lm ' you trawled lit th rate nf nn mile n Inlnlili', you would reach your Black Apes. It would i nf Cull,,-.- . have lone. """ 1,1 ,s"".""l tntr u few sand- '""'"" '"' "ly hair, nml their fur Is uod for wlche. ii u!Tt ninl i In french tat Chrys anlhemuma. i'i i i liryeatitnet' td hi ..hid r'rrnili ltiut hold- -. 111 . If you nmlil rlili mil hi family Immune fron. ji.luenzu n a dWriit forcly smitten by eating Ins onion?." Cllasgnn- - (Scotland) frlind of mine hits kept M:npf Odorous Epidemic. ihc'.Ins Tost. J'f. cn. BUEHLER LEADS THIS WEEK ien Croup Threatens Ouietc forestalls dreaded hours of I ' EXECUTORS Treasury Savings Certificate Salesman Sells 130,300 Securities In One Week. , Three of the field representatives Organization for the of the War Highlit federal Iteserve District who are placing Treasury Sating Certificate with the hanks in Missouri are working hard to effect the most sales each week week P. W lluehler. In Southwest Missouri territory in the lead, and ho sold J3H.3U0 worth of the new- - C S. Covcriiment Securities ns viiiriisaviiaiairiBwvi aVM VsTpCDSgl Itia Ulrt CMmmt. Yfbr Crov UfcaUM, tbia cIwm lotl nirf iWifM. --ill rrltm tbe ctMkinc mm iu fftMaWW relief nf hahVe rmim nlM a serious situation n hen this disease comes in the late night. I Descriptive Power. "Xnw," akeil n teacher, "nhn can tell me wlitit nn oyster It?" There was Heme for ti moment. Then little ",'"v raised lilt hand. "I know!-- ' lie rliimi'hiiiitly announced "An oyster u IHl built like : nut 1" The Cult of Fashion. Younc lady nt the tinnier to friend: "What do you think of this play, my dear!" "Why, It's nlimni: Three months nre supposed to pass between the flrft mid tccoad nets, nnd the heroine's ftlll sot the sume hat on!" Contentious Never Popular. The wl'P man In Irnel has truly snld: "A fool'8 lips enter Into contention," nnd the contentious fool I nt common n nuisance today as lie wns no doulit In the olden onet. U.uully In proportion to their luck of ncltial e knowledce tin well persons to set tlicmele up n dlctntors t other'. llxclmtise. tfwinrrnipi, reanvi verp. tum u tctauM ta conbulir -- Public Sale As executor of Erasmus Dunn, deceased, I will on Weableau. 150(1; llollvar, J10l. The week befuru J. II, Sowerby In Southeast .Missouri was ill the lead, $50,000 for the with sales week, and the week before that C. A. l'latt. In Northwest Missouri led with sales of J40,C0u. LOUISIANA MAKES SHOWING foIluwH In Itogcmllle, 1500; Norwood. ttS.UI); .Mountain drove, Caliool, JS.&00; Willow Springs, 6,SU0; .Mountain View, JT.Oou; Clinton. $50; K0; u veil M l.w.gc J0ct0ris4l.t0u tQ M MM srepaUbr meeua, tie. is cSildrca dru Mom Brame Drug Company saajTaaiaasi H.OTtiibro,K.C. 3E 3E School Goes Over Top With 800 Per Cent In War Savings Stamp Sales for September, Mr. Farmer- Remember that we sell that good Thursday, November 13th, 1919 miles west of Lancaster on the new Danville Pike, sell to the highest .and best bidder the following personal property, on the premises about two and to-wi- indhlduals executes a plidge, and then When an Individual or a group of one-ha- lf t: One Buggy and Harness, Household and Kitchen Furniture, about 200 Barrels of Corn in the Crib, Cutting Harrow, Wheat Drill, Two wagons, a lot of baled wire, Double Shovel Plows, Turning Plows, Riding Cultivator, Mower and Hay Rake; One Stallion and about 20 head of work horses and mules, and colts, about 1400 tobacco sticks, one cow and calf; and other things too numerous to mention. Sale will commence promptly at 10 o'clock. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. (ullills It by mote than Uu per cent, there can be no room for doubt as to the earnestness of the plidgee. Davis Ilennltig, who la sect clary of the II alley 1'ennock Metnori.il War Saving Society, ut Louisiana, Mo., writes to headquarter that while the monthly pledge for hi society total f 13 85, the sale of War Savings anil Thrift Slamps for September reached $108.75. The society was organized since the opening of school ami the secretary says the Interest of his students is thoroughly aroused, and both the membership and the amount of sales wll! show a big Increase for October, KING HAS A BIG DAY Soci- WESTERN ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT, V "4 Water Works see us , & Furnaces BASTIN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. Ell I 1 11 rJ War Savings Organiier Sees 35 eties Come Into Fold In Single Day. R. H. Tomlinson, Executor of estate of Erasmus Dunn, deceased. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. Llo)d W, King, one of the Mute organizers for the War Loan Otganlia-tlobroke his own record last week when be organized 33 War Savings Societies In one day. lie visited the public schools of Ilucklln in l.lnu County and of Carroll-tonIn Cat roll County, lie organized the organized 31 societies that have a total membership of 9:3 members and their monthly pledge to buy War Savings and Thrift Stamps total 1233.76. C m(? c 0 . i your .rutin nas Dtiome ncli, ltd ceood. rith "f r'.'e Fvet" voii n or u you are lurTermr wed Acid Iicii Mineral to buil3 His previous record was made the week before when be organized 20 societies In the schools it Jefferson City, with a total membership of 721 and the total pltdfti uiregated 2I3 month. Wiyiicjani rreicnoe Acid Iron Mineral betauie it is natural liquid iteiij and will not injuie the teeth or cause ill erTcctr. Ills the moit powerful iron tonic kaown and comes to you luit as it ii preiared by nature in the wonderful deposits ol Mississippi. V, . tin nnl nnfti. A f S.C :,k l tll.. .iwiiwreu .isdicis. i i lT lot Acid Iron Mineral and da not accept a substitute. All tlrof stores or Km direct by rCRRODINE CHEMICAL CORP.. Roanokk. VuaiNlA For Sale by all Orufglsts. v,'""lr stil TMsaWT w Cumberland Crocsry Co., Junctloe City, Ky., Wh.l.sal Distributors. 5 663 ACRES AJB H mm The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 6, 1919. Fun m Sifc s H IN ALL AT H B H fc "LAND HUNGER IS STILL UNSATISFIED. But few farms can now be purchased either privately or at auction. Thu may be your l&tl opportunity. Swinebroad is ihe only man in the business 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 I have sold. Why? Because I know land values and will as 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 js one of the reasons Swinebroad always sells and the bidders fix the price. These farms are located in the very best belt in Mercer county. front and back porches, cistern in back porch. 11) acre tobacco high dollar in two tracts, one tract of about "ti or 10 acres and barn, large stock barn 10 x 70, witli 14 foot shed. Cow ham the other tract of '100 to 1 10 acres, both tracts fronting on pike. with 10 stalls. 2 silos. Garage and all necessary out build- Don't fnil to look this oris over. ings. Plenty of fruit of all kinds. ' 5 room tenant house. Farm At the satne time Mr. Gillispie will sell a lot of stock and well fenced and watered by springs and concrete troughs. farming implements, consisting in part as follows: Good work Will be sold on easy terms. At the same time Mr. Curd will sell the following per- horse, pair of I year old mare mules, pair of 5 jear old mare mules, yearling filly, good milk cow, 3 fat heifers, yearling sonal property: 50 head of hogs, 10 sows and Co pigs; 1 e wagons, t s horse, one good work horse, one harness mare, 4 work toer, weitnliiig'calves, 2 new two-ho- i mules, 2 year old mare mule, 10 fine jersey cows, 5 fresh, 2 year j wagon, binder, mowing machine, tobacco sttter. lorn planter, old jersey heifer, 2 yearling jersey heifers, 2 year old Aberdeen feed cutter, plows, harrows, harness-- , etc. Angus bull; registered jersey bull; Liberal Terms. Wagons, mowers, plows, FARMING IMPLEMENTS: Remember the double header on this date, harrows, Blizzard cutting box, H. P. gasoline'engiue, sorghum The Jones Farm above sell. first and then we sell the mill and evaporator. 14 hives of bees. 'Gillispie Farm. Meet us at the Junes Farm at 10 o'clink. Don't forget this farm will sell, and don't forget we sell the Conn Farm first on this date. We will have a good dinner, for you here. Per-eherone-horsI i FARM NO. 1. On FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 10:00 o'clock A. M. Bur-Kin, (FARM NO. 5. TMESDAY, NO?. 11. FARM NO. 3. SATURDAY, NOV. 8. 10 o'clock. Location: On the Buster 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 porches, stock and tobacco barn, garage, tenant house, all necessary 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'ih one tract. Be on hand promptly at 10 o'clock, Friday, November 7th, as it won't take us long to sell this one.j THIS4S THE DAY OF 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. theBurgin and Shakertown Pike, 3 miles from 10:00 o'clock, sharp. miles from Burgin, G miles from Danville, .1 miles Pike, 1 2 miles from Shakertown. This is part of what is known 102 ACRES for J. W. Jones, one quarter of a mile from from HarroiLnburg. as the "Wilder Farm" recently purchased by J. A. Conn. Mr. IMPROVEMENTS: 2 story S room dwelling, with hal Conn has decided to keep his home in Garrard County, there- the Danville and Shakertown pike, good level road from pike, and 3 porches, cellar, furnace and water works. Electric Ime" fore, this farm is for sale to the "High Dollar." Land is level, 3 miles from Burgin, G miles from Harrodsburg, 2 miles from This is one of the best little farms I have offered in front of house, all that is necessary is to attach. A modern very fertile and in high state of cultivation. 25 acres sown to Shakertown. and comfortable home 100 yards from pike. Front yard and rye, 15 acres in corn and tobacco this year, ready to plow next for .sale this year. The land has been well taken care of and grass lawn to pike. Also 2 tenant houses, 2 tobacco barnK, (15 year. Balance of farm in blue grass. Right on the pike. can all be cultivated, no waste land. ,25 acres in wheat, 7 acres acres), stock barn, other out buildings, 2 orchards, watered in rye, balance in grass and clover. Land is level and gently 1 210 acres for G. W. Baker. rolling. FARM NO. 2. SAME DATE. NOVEMBER 7. FRIDAY, ' Just after the sale of the Conn farm. 125 acres for A. W. Curd. Locate'd on the Curd Pike, 4 miles North of Burgin, 3 miles from Shakertown," close to the Shawnee Run liaptist Church. The farm where Mr. Curd has( raised his fine jersey cows. This farm is well located, well im- proved 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 will be subdivided nnd 35 acres sold with the tenant house, C5 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, te Mr. Jones recently purchased a larger farm, therefore, offers this for sale and somebody may get a bargain as it is go- grass and blue grans, 75 acres young clover, 20 acres second Latid,almost level and very fering to sell to the high dollar. Terms very liberal. Possession year clover, 30 acres stubble. tile. Just the kind of a farm you have always wanted. This January 1st. If you do not tnty 8 room cottage, 3 porches, stock fnrm is in a high state of cultivation. IMPROVEMENTS: of this opportunity you will regret it. Here is one you barn, tobacco barn and all out buildings. Well fenced and will buy for'keeps". Will be subdivided and sold in three everlasting water. "One of the best springs in the County. tracts, 2 tracts of 50 acres each and one tract of 10 acres. Or If you want a farm that will'pay for itself this is the we will sell you just the number of ncres you mny desire. farm to buy. There will be no knockers on this farm as everyRemember "You Must be Satisfied." body says that it is a good one. ALSO REMEMBER THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE SALE, After the sale of this 102 acres for Mr. Jones we will go WITHOUT RESERVE OR LIMIT. We will have a good dinner at to the' Gillispie farm near-bMr. Baker has bought another farm and he told Swinethe Gillispie Farm. broad and Boliver Bond to absolutely sell this one to the high dollar. NOV. 8. Liberal Terms. FARM NO. 4. SATURDAY. Dinner on the Ground. Just after the sale of the Jones Fnrm above. At the same time Mr. Baker will also sell a lot of perWe will sell for A. Gillispie 142acres of high class land, sonal property, consisting of hogs, cattle, horses, mules, and well improved and a beautiful place to live. Right on the farming implements. N Shakertown and Burgin pike, right at the town of Shakertown. Make (in appointment with us and look at these farms In passing everybody says "What a pretty place". "Wonder before day of sale. who lives there"? And we wonder how we persuaded Mr. For further particulars inquire of J. A. Conn, Lancaster, Gillispie to sell. But some buyer will get the benefit of our Ky., J. W. Jones, phone No. 421 l.'Burgin Exchange, A. Gillispersuading Mr. Gillispie to sell ttys dnndy little farm. It has pie, at his farm, nost office address Harrodsburg, A. W. Curd a beautiful frontage on the pike, an-- room dwelling, 2 porches, Baker, Burgin. Ky., Boliver Bond and Son, Burgin, Ky., G. equipped with electric lights, tobacco barn, stocjbarn, double Versailles, Ky.', or crib, 2 tenant houses. 75 acres in grass, 20 acres In wheat, Write for catalogue. Call either Moss or Swinebroad balance for corn. Splendidly watered by wells, cistern nnd selling lan'd in the best belt in Mer- any morning about breakfast time. Phone 381-pond. Remember, we are or 174 cer County. This 142 acres will be subdivided and sold for the Lancaster Exchange. 1 i y. by well, cistern, concrete troughs and tank. 50 acres in wheat, 10 acres in rye, 25 acre- - in orchard ' F Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 6, 1919 KENTUCKY SCHOOLS ON Til JLSEASONED fflHOI THRIFT PUN j cc-- By LVOlX L. ROBERTS. CARDS. W. A. WHEELER I)ENTIf5T ) i Niw Course of Study lo Make Men and Wtmm of Future More Prosperous, . Educational authorities In K'mtiirk) fcmr officially gunr on nconl n fnwir-Inhc Thrift cnmpaltn promuliwliil ilrpnitiiii m of l by 'he Stai.s, ami the m- miirrr nf stuily for the lllur- firar Sjatr. l from (he lirrr, and tilth has ailoptiil for thi- - nft nre bn-has a full courso of study on Th rift, and I In- - trnchira are Inpttucii-i- l that thla must Im useiln a n tutor In tirurtlnn for thi-l- r pupils. i nt of Ina'rjrMon Stmtf V U. Hllbrrt hna liMirtl n apei-l,-) 11,1)09 Krnlti(k) tinder-ucd- 'r letter tn the J hla chare, and haa lin(r-r- f n of uhlnn p. l.u thrm tlir linpqrt-tn- t rial attention tn thla branch U !u hich ho as a Is ot promlm-n- t ration, Importance. He points out the fart Out In Ibr tlavs rone If, befon- - tin- - Wor'd Wnr ( pniil 'hi- - ryt-of all nations to 'hi of Thrift and fn al'o.utii nrci-sallInc that Wast waa the rulo, and that aa Juatly . Us.. an .he America most waatrfut nf all thi- - nations. Hint by beglnnine; with I fir lie Ultra p..p of the Inner Crad'i". ami ron ijnu.ne tin1 study ttuourh km- - ion rrfu r yrara, probably more reoiS tn all Hi piople than from l'l lt he irmri amount of study rhm to r.nv branch of fdiiratlon ho are now In the trad' Th In 'he public srhnols In a iltreuV UI be tfin youn men and women of f s In 'he business ami mx-la-l rld i.n 'he Ideaa of Thrill and Satlna :n now will bear fruit for many l' 'rt liars to comr r.d asain, in a more piartlc.il way the qjartrra 'hat are now tnut id in Thrift Hiampa will !mc fronts Into War Salnr;a Ktawne and Ttie-l- j MTlnrs rertlVatM, ami theoe w I hate maturrd. and lth th i SI pr rn' Intrrrst thee "baby beoaV Late bon rashiil and tntoted In some other line of endetttor. aad will hi .p tn atart the one In bulnv way. who beian ixlcc In a mlet Kentucky la preparing to Af t ImJiM war on the Waite nil, and the itchoot la to I e Usui as one uf II.i most iffecthe wf&ton tt Anan'i i btsTpal ishiiimolm "Knotty problem? Let me help" Chcs. Field he l.nil the big npiii'lIlM he nrd to have, t Mi!'i'ie hp worrtrrt nvrr M'slr.i . It' n ilrendfiil mixture of hlph t'rlre. trllie nml lincrrtnlntlr. It irini In me. Thing nre sitilns tor e. I nm nfriild. flie'lrr iin to Inlk hi rhierfnlly nt the supper InMe. ''it nmv he Jut nod nn nnvter tn me nml thliil. nnd erlta, only he doe.n't ent iniiiith. Thrrel I forgot tn tell bun thnt Innlley broke the cellar window todny." The ti lt plume rnns nml ("urn "Till I Mnrj." fnM her KENTUCKY. reuln. "Will joii rimie over Ihl rte-nln- g DANVILLE, for n llllle while Kred lins gone Opposite Gilcher Hotel. out nml I'm loiiexiiino. I wnnt to alimvj OfTic Hours 8 to 12 and 1 lo 5 p.m. joii my new too." "Vi'i, I'll run over hefnre I ttnuli my M. S. dlhi," replied Corn. "Chrtcr brought otk hmiie so he won't rnl me, nnd tin- ehlldri n nre In beil I'll be right HATFIELD "fiinr me" ltln, Cora Ilronn n Mii'i'mrrd nny the dl,he. 'Thru, ter t"i" not ent iimeh lately. I nlh Local nml ficnernl Anethctica Atlmlnisteretl, Tiilii HeHuceil to the .Most minimum. modern methods employed. All tverk guaranteed. Office over Stormcs' Drue Store. rhone 23. Ky. I.uncnstcr J.J.ByrneExclusive ujiiomeinsi. 3g?j dri, oter." r. POSTMASTERSMTERESTED' , Arc Vlelng With Cankers In Getting Orders for Treasury Savings Ct rtlflcatet. rontiuattera In Krnttnky, ,MVanaa and Missouri, wh.le not rriulrid to rrll the new Tietnury Satinsa IV r ft ( In drnnmlnatloni of ll.Wt'i air Ukln- - an actlre Intrrert In the ram Ilcn and are andlmr numrmua or fin Into head(uarli ra at St lxxil I li. H Miirtln, poatinaitir at .a Ky, thla week lent an ordif f rne tbvu and dollar Trramry t'tr tnalra for Mm. Ik Jlaraje .lorri ,Hmn M Turner. Hituiatrr at adlr. Ky . ' nt an oiJ r for a iU'u ( ertlfli att for K M Mcrauley J. V I uckrtt, poatmaatrr at lloi:rr, A(k , tnd II J no) d, ;ntmaattr at Kenton llle. Ark, aent ordera fur MOO Oiul', ate fur mhuo ot their paironk Applea la rt'iponlble for he taking t many rrrtlficatea in Lincoln, Ark O. 1 S'ark, ono of the Arkansaa rip iraentu'ltea of the War lnan Orcanl-latlon- , n porta that the Hank of Lin' oln Kate an order fur lS.Ht) In rertlfi latts and would mure than double the order n a week A. L. h'urnlnh, canhlrr ul the Ilink of Ooldrn I'ond. Ky, took ordera for 19 $ 00 tVrtlfli'atea lal week, and U l canvavlni; hla rllenta and ray Mill place ordera for five time that r mount before the end of October He u)i be ran think of no Internum! that offira better returna for his la, con' ctlcnta; nuil na far at lerned, these. I'nllid Ktalea aeeurltk'i are In a rlasa by themrrlvea. J II. Yulea, poftmaater at Cote City , Ky, who Lint week Hint In a sizable older, reporta thla week with ordir! Cirtlll for 13,100. Ho ordera !1," catea for K. T., Mary W and Kiurst W Willis, and MOo Crrtincate fot Wilson Willie. MOTHER GOOSE Detdle, deedle, duinplinit. My son John, In hla school ho nevrr Kot oil. Thrift waa luunlit, and with the il.iwr Ot wisdom he sated. Fine work, for John. P. M. C. light when It waa not needed, tin mulVT sated 10 per rent on l.'J wortt ot tlul lii--s at a fcule, (ieorgv earnec C cents each for iiiokIiik IS law tin and mother sated f0 crnta each by niaklnK-A- v sblrta Instead ot bujliu them ready-made- , they sated an ater ae of M.80 n month by raising theh own clilckwis, (leoice saved 1!4 crnli iach by picking 406 buea of berrtea "At the tnd of tho ear CeorKe who waa now i: old, and hit mother decided to Invest their tavlngt In Thrift and War Havlnga Slaiups Haw many did they buy? "deorgo will be ready to go to col lege' In fire jeara. The War fiavlngi Slarnpa will mature at that time. How raucb will George have tt that time toward hla first year In college f "It they continue the practice) for five years, bow- - much Interest will their mcua have earned.!" )er Office over The Garrard Bank A smooth, mellow uere illeuiliig new tjle nnd com-- Phones Office 5. Residence 376. pnrlng prli'en. "I mint go now," mlilj LANCASTER, KENTUCKY smoke Is thing, when you're r"nin nllir nil hour lunl pnrd, "there nre Mill uiy illhrs to be l mi VP ngalnst tough one. And Chesterfield CI eler geta lenrome If I'll! out lung." Is "l.itN luite n cup of ten nnd Mime smoke. of my freli 'nl;e," urgnl Jlnry. "It l ii new recipe nnd joii inlLht like It." I An expert and exclusive blend is respol UNERAL "I didn't ent much upper." Ithi'; DIRECTOR nsiblefinest, silkiest Turkish tobaccos from llnry. "I hnd n goml mpiier remly nnd ( Hire Over National Hank. ! ml lite n let. but lie l"lil Me of " XanthI, Cavalla, Smyrna and Samsoun, und niiiiluit be m'hv on the uny Imine. Ir I llemleiice t'honr 3. Oll'ce I'hcne !i7 ei in lmtoi-.'i.lto mt nun h iioh-nilLANCASTE1!. KY. the best varieties of Domestic leaf im lri :'- - "iilnry. mid I get n norrleil ulien I think of the expei-- e together by private eitmliig. Sni"i'liiev the uppt'r didn't formula brings every InMe n giHitl us I thought It tvn givof ing to." flavor. No process, no blend, "I hiiulil wty mi," .nld Cuni Imllg-lir.n"The Idrn of Krul trlllng yon can successfully Chesterfield's nil 11, ii- -e dreadful things nt full-bodi- ed Kentucky. Thnt' n nice Und of n ttny to Puint. Lick, smoothness and flavor. i'll.n!l jour menl." "(lb, be didn't menu miy Inirni." No argument here! Chesterfields satisfy uglily, niit Jlnry. "He knon I am as no other cigarette has ever satisfied I li'.trrerteil III lin thing he ms-- . I'll him nil the little household VETERINARIAN. before. bnppi-nliigtoo, either trouble or Joy, Anivered Promptly Dsy or nml It iloen't alTeet his nppetlte." "Vi. I till I'lioter i terythliig thnt Phone 317. Hir.Wt. hn hiipprmil through the dny," agreed KENTUCisV t'orn. "It kieji n ninn In tumli with LANCASTIZr. the heme, nnd I think they should know nil we bate to put up with, but hi nppetlte oh 1" she Mopped nml nit thinking. "Will, li t ii linte our ten noir,"snld ' Mary, Finei Cut Flowers. The net night hen t'ietrr llrown nine Inline Corn hurrlnl to the door to meet him. John M. "Hello, liiuiey, how' the day?" he nked In hi umihI i beery way. "I've had n tine day," answered B. Corn hrlghlly, n they sat down to the giHiil.mellliig meal. "The work ha gone smoothly. I got n nice long lety ter from IMIih thnt I'll rrad you STANFORD, KENTUCKY. nml baby cut hl lat tooth." "tlood work!" smiled Mr. Itrown. GIVE ME A TRIAL. "How miKli I butter nntvj" he nked n few minute later. Satisfaction Guaranteed. "It I fhe eenta n pound cheaper It I giod butter, too," this ttrik, it nil be N. L. PREWITT replied rum. "Kgg are lower.' nlo, mid I'm so glnd we nil like both'thoie things, because they nre so healthful Auctioneer for tl," she continued cheerily. "I iim'iI tit pity Aunt Norn when hp wn SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. trying every ttuy to max her thin litProved Truth of Csyino. Obtrln Oil Frum Esgs. Valt In Patience. nnd. The aajlnc. "rnil-- l v The turtle lltlnc In the Orlnoeo l.iya tle liy to ent nourishing things." Pon't Set i'Kmtiril,'i d. Tin r l hope Lancaster. Ky., R. F. 1). No. 3 one of fit wlili h nre eMriiiirdlnnrlly rlih In wo fnll." "Well, we ' certainly don't hnve to irA fri-niih":id for mid siiri-eT rtervime conv our boy to eat," ruefully smiled tho.- wlm nre wlllllie l tntleptly Aevip'a fnbles enllnl "The J'oiir Oten oil. The tnillims In IlritMl liiihinn nt the mil irliimnh. It l snfi r mid Hirer it nilkeil byLion." Tom1 hmu 'wen ife collect So.dOH.lKKI yenrly for iiinkliu: ("heler.bless "eiii," Iniigheil Corn, BOOKKEEPING T'ley 'trre "Xo, n fix oil. The ops of nii'iiy sr.i blrili lire "nml fnr .toil If you'll follow the pnivili lit wbi'n Butlness.Phonojrapliy they turtiinl their Inlli toiellier, excellent i illlllL'. The het orthe lot la the grocer to pay keeps the tint-toof idder nml mIht ieriiia Ihim )'"r-n-l- f. 9 lircwAllliiuina I nsketl Dudley today If he They pruluil'ly know thnui:li nml in'entei their hnrn. but when mid lo be Unit nf the "murrey" u Jilrd nwriy. TELEGRAPHY I hey M p.irnteil the linn killed tbeui which Is very eonmion on the Liilircilor eter, cter, got full, and he mid: 'Oh, lien and 8Mp BUSINESS CpUEQE yes, mamnin, I'm full twice n year, any cliiily coai-t- , nf ci(krrinr tn mcrrintl1 way, on Tlinnkglilng nnd Christ- III Pre t den I hti rAntmiat W tad bftnkinc tnitnM, o tt mas,"" f on Hal mn mnn wnmn tor snrrraa. mm r nirr "Hit! I III!" langhetl Chester llrown. "he I n witty little ra(ul," him n "os." Mild t orn, wali-hliishe talked und much pleased tn see way the tegetalile were disappearthe ing. "I took Arnold over to Mr. today." "Hate the boy been good today ?'" Chester as Corn brought III the OF dessert. "Yes, Indeed," she nnswered nulck- ly nml remorsefully watched hl face hilghten. "Arnold wiped the ilMic mid Pudley swept the plaizu for me. I thought I J o 1 teurli them to hrlp, now they are ohl enough. They like the resinslhlllty nnd I prnUcd them mid told them I would tell you nil As administrators of the estate of the late Mrs. Hbout It." To be loltl without reserve or by-biFor thcTreatmcnt of "Why, that's line," said Chester, Tuberculoid Mary A. Scott, deceased, we will sell on looking proud and pleased. 'There MalntainrJ ly the Loutiville lirctl he no spanking tonight, then." (or "Oh. tm. they are ton big for that. I 1 the adequate treatment cf tuberUnd they ll.lfrt in my explanations nnd s culosis In til Its nt Im then really Mem to understand why they At 10:00 A. M. on the Premises. ait. Kates '15.C0 per neck, in- must not tin thing now." eluding lioaru, medical attention, "Thank gnmlnes," sighed Chester The following described farm, located tour miles south ot INicholasville, on the Nicholasville laundry, etc lllch ground They got Into so much trouble last and Danville Pike, better known as the ueorgc acott farm. cstensil e lew. Drliglil-ti- ll finest soil that can be found in Central Kentucky: weik I felt na If I had censed to be luiroundlngs. Special ratel for This farm contains 260 acres of the their father and wn simply the chief etol4..l.l In. trtatmrnt II srifmir, clover, and the remainder in a high state of cultivation. The spanker 35 acres in blue grass, 50 acres in Ptsnwv. wb.ffl ptmlbU. Stn4 of the family." improvements consist of a twostory Frame Mouse, with 10 rooms, 2 halls, 2 porches,. large cel'I will read you thl letter now,"mld 1 Stock Barn, 2 Tobacco Barns holding about 20 acres of tobacco. Corn. "It I tery Interesting hecau-- e lar and all outbuildings; I he This farm is watered by 6 extra good springs. One large orchard. 100-year- entire farm is under It till uboiit the ranch life," "Children nre grent and is considergood fence. This farm has been in the Scott family for more than Mr. llrown. ed one of the best farms in Central Kentucky, and will be offered in two tracts and then as a chui-klt"Von look mighty nice tonight, whole. wllle," be continued, "I hnten't eaten TERMS Ten per cent day of sale; 40 per cent date of deed, which will be given on so much supper for n long time, HCema or before January 1st, 1920, the remainder in one and two years, with 6 per cent. For further to nit-- , Tnsted eitm good tonight; information apply to Wa. On laks)in islslli aaaai- did you niisen It nny different, dear?" sr I ef "Vl', ilinr," smiled Corn, na hf Ihck. InaaMS. atlaa MainmMt Ttrnt. asiJa hSV iaainr threw it 1I for thanks, "It la my speaJM ea ISM atran ruiuut cial new brand, I seasonril It with KENTUCKY. love mined with understanding nnd NICHOLASVILLE, splrnl wllh cheerfulness. I'te drcIdeO Or to the Undersigned, Smith and Robinson, Real Estate Agents, Nicholasville, Ky. td nM' that kind right along." I STORMES DRUG STORE. LYNf. and ROBINSON, AUCTIONEERS, Nicholasville, Kentucky. MtCIur .Vtusiapar tCcrrtlsht, "TTELP" that n 1(5 right! just the It eouiln n only n liort milk to her home, nml soon the twn women DENTIST a J. A. Beazley put the manufacturer's that out last bit other other imitate H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Dr. Printus Walker s a71es n 'e ism 20 for 20 Gents Eonaker Auctioneer. McRoberts. is. "s J. DINWIDDIE, ana the blend copied can't WW ln mmw. yr rrt ADMiNISTRATUR'S LAND SALE Kentucky's Best Blue Grass Farm Hazelwocd Sanatorium WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2th f GEO. J. C& JNO. R. SCOTT, Admr's. M The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 6, 1919. s LAND STOCI and IMPLEMENTS On the premises of N. W. Rogers on the Paint Lick and Hackley turnpike, 3 miles West of Paint Lick and 8 miles from caster, Kentucky, we will offer you for sale at the highest bid on Lan- i Thursday, Nov. 13th, 10 O'CLOCK, His Farm Containing About 160 Acres of excellent, gently rolling land, improved with S good lime stone pike with crushed stone drive-wa- y Iowa and looks much like it. This farm is watered by never failing springs conveniently located, has a fine young peach orchard of about 150 trees, land is formerly a part of the famous William Gillispie farm and contains a good part of the wonderful black land known throughout Garrard County for its wonderful producing quality. This farm will be subdivided into small farms and offered on liberal terms, which will be announced on day of sale. lie sure and look this one over before the day of sale, the more you look the better you will like. Mr. liogers or the undersigned will take pleasure in showing you. room dwelling house and 10 acre, combined stock and tobacco barn, right on leading from pike to main dwelling, part of this land is as level as the prairie of Attention Horsemen AT SAME TIME AND PLACE YOU WILL BE GIVEN A CHANCE TO BID ON 25 OF THE BEST WALKING AND SADDLE MARES AND GELDINGS IN THE STATE. THESE HORSES AND MARES ARE DECENDANTS OF SUCH FINE STALLIONS AS PRINCE RUPERT AND REX PEAVINE AND ARE GAITED TO DO THE WORK. SOME THREE AND FIVE GAITED HORSES WILL BE OFFERED, SOME DANDY BROOD MARES, ABOUT 20 HEAD OF EXTRA GOOD MULES THREE TO SIX YEARS OLD, ABOUT 15 GOOD YEARLING MULES, ABOUT 10 EXTRA GOOD DRAFT MARES THREE TO SIX YEARS OLD, 4 GOOD MULE COLTS, TWO GOOD JACKS, FOUR AND FIVE YEARS OLD, 50 HEAD OF GOOD STOCK HOGS, SOME GOOD STOCK CATTLE. Attention Farmers At same time and place will offer you good assortment of good farming implements, consisting of Gasoline Engine and Feed cutter, Combination feed grinder and crusher, good wheat binder, mowing machine, corn planter, wheat drill, . cultivators, two horse wagons, fodder wagon, and many other useful farming implements and tools. Will kill the FATTED CALF and serve good dinner on the ground. , This will be a day off for everybody and we want you to come to thissale and bring all the folks and we will try to make a merry time for all present. ' Things of especial interest will be 1 ) l ) .GOOD AND GOOD LAND, GOOD SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES, X GOOD MULES AND DRAFT MARES ' FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Liberal terms will be given on these items and sale will be conducted in a way to please all present. Mr. Rogers has good reason for selling at this time, his health is bad and he is unable to look after things as they should be, and will be obliged to quit farming. . 1 R. G. Woods. PAINT, LICK, N. W. KENTUCKY Rogers. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 6, 1919 The exceptional values we EXCEPTIONAL daily in 4 Suits. Coats, and Drosses can not be surpassed by any Special Sale. Stop and look before' are olVeriiiR Are the values we are offering you in the following departments, Silks, Woolens, Cotton, Piece Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Shoes, Blankets, Comforts, Carpets, and Dry Goods and Notions of all kinds. A look will convince that we are continually endeavoring to give you the right merchandise at prices that will equal any Sale price. I ' 7 WAYS RFECT (TING The Joseph Mercantile 60. Wc Stand for Quality. We Stand for a Square Deal. LM) HI 11th, Be sure and attend the Big Celebration of the First Anniversary of the Armistice, beginning at 7:30 A. M. There will be many interesting things to hear and see. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Its Reported That We Have Sold Out Miss Leona (iott is spending eral days with her aunt. Mm. Miller. Mrs. James 1. sev- - N. We are trying In tell out ench day and have tome aplcn-di- d ty uf friends were shoppers In Danbargain that we want to give our friends before we move. ville Wednesday. MALLABLE RANGES $85.00, Iliggrfibotham, of Mr. William CAST RANGES $35.00 STEEL RANGES $50.00 Lexington has been with friends here .. MOORES HEATERS $40.00 this week. . 7.00 OTHER HEATERS Marks-bur.Miss llettle Hoyston, of BREECHING, $10.25, PLOWS, $15.50 and all down the line a was the week end guest of Wagons $125.00 lot of small articlci at Reduced Price. Miss Sallie Lou Myers. A BIG MISTAKE Hamilton ami n par- ... J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Dcal.House. Mr nn.l Mrs. F P Frisbie have re- .Miss Carrie Miller has returned from several days visit to the Mise Donahue in Danville. Gossip About People ,1 Gngs A ( Uit Camlnji nd Rrltf MtMka fcyThaM Wt Art IsstrtiUd In. se i Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph is in Chattanooga, Term., the guest of her visit to daughter, .Mrs. Charles Davis. New York City and Norfolk. Va. Mr. Hichanl McGrath, of Richmond Miss Martha (.ill, who has been ill Va., is the guest this week of his with tonsiiiti, is improving, much to mother. Mm. Knuckle Mc(!rath. the gratification of her many friends. turned front a tlr ticlitf ul Mm. Sautlcy Mrs. Iluvdrrt and daughter. Miss Hubert llonakrr. uf Leiinglon Clara Hnvdtn, if Nicbolasvlllc, have . I.anrn-Itrrui been u recent visitor in been guestifof Mr. and Mm. I.uther Giblis. Mm. Carrie, Davidson is visiting Mm. C. C Brown, of Louisville, her daughter. Mm. Z. T. Hire, in Miss Helen dill, Mr. and Mm. J. K. ' Itlrhmuml. in Danville, Stornies wire visitor Mr. Cube Gaines, of Philadelphia, Monday. has ben the guest of Mr. and Mrs charming Mr. Hubert Cobb and . KJ. Gaines. j bride, of Cincinnati, were guests of of her motlMr Mrs. Mary E. Jonc for UijIlclnTKer, Henry .Mm. Mrs. the week end. iticliniund, has been visiting I.uc Hollcw j of Will Mayes, Mr and Mm. Mr rurcnt Hughes at I'Hirit l ick O'Connor Hrown, of LouisI Mr.. Alfred Hrent ami Mr. Kobctt Lexington visited their ville, lias been the pleasant guest frrr Toinlinsun. of days of Misses Martha and father, Hun It. II. Tonilinson, Tues- teveral Helen Gill. visiting her day. .Mrs. Mrs. Darnnll, of Maysville and Lex- ington, will arrive this week for a visit to her daughter, Mm. (ieorge Smith, Jr, of Danville Street. and Mm. M. F. Elkin iamc over from Lexington last Monday, the latter remaining for a few days visit to Dr. nnd Mm. It. F. Walter. Col. Miss Margaret Cheatham of Louisguest of Dr. ville was the week-enand Mm. J A. Amon, and nttemled the Johnson llourne nuptial last Saturday evening. Mr. and Mm. W. T. West left for Tulsa, Oklahoma, whore they will viilt relatives, and Mr. West will look after some business Mr. Jack Casey. ,who has been litrhnmnd, have been recent- - guests Nnpo' Priie, on tit lirr husband, in Washington, I). 'of Mr. and Mm. Richmond avenue. C, is at home. .Mm. C. P. Itradford left Tuesday of Kansas Mm. Jim Anderson, after City. i the guest of Mr. anil Mrs. fur her home in Cincinnati, spending a few days with her mother, Dick Anderson. Mrs. Horn Wheeler. Kilna Berkele. who spent u Mi The little visitor that arrived at linn returned few days in Ijincustcr, the home of Mr. and Mm. S. - Walto Mt. Sterling. ker, on November 2nd., has been Itobinson, chritened Eugene Cabell. (ieorge .Mr. and Mm. Miises Fa nn a-- anil Hctlie West were Mrs. J. II. Lambert and three inin'Dnnvillo, Monday. teresting thildren of ilerea, who have Misses Margaret Cook nu Mary been visiting her mother, Mrs. Dora Mae Walker, of K. I'. W. spent the Wheeler, have returned home. week-m- il in Ijincaster. Capt. Jack Casey who has been in Minn Gladys Frisbie lias returneil Washington, H. C, has joined his from a visit to Mr. ami .Mm. l'aul wife for a visit to her parents Mr. and Mm, It. II. Wilkinson, on Maple Miller, at' Annapolis, Mil. Avenue. Mr. Jesse ArnoM, of Frankfort, The Woman's Club held a most inhas been spending a few days with teresting meeting Thursday after-noo- n In sinter, Mrs. Joe Francis. at thoir rooms on Lexington Mm. Johu Anilerson ami Mm. Mat avenue. Miss Sallie Klkiu had charge been of the program and gave a most have Walton of Lexington, talk on the Bed Cross work. KUesta of Mrs. Pat Anderson, v i Interests there. Mr. II. II. Moorman has been the guest this week of his brother, Hev. J. It. Moorman. Mr. Moorman has seen quite n lot of service on the foreign fields and is now located ut Camp Taylor, being n member of the famous Pint Division. Northcott, was mingling with his friends here for a few days last week, very much improved in Mr. II. II. happy to be in His friends were Just as glad to see him and would he hnppy to see him oftener. health and seemed Uiruinter once more. Mr. nnd Mm. Thomas Parks are reon their ceiving; congratulation charming little visitor, little Mary Frances Parks, vvhu has come to live nt their house. Danville Messenger. Mm. Parks was before her marriage Miss Gertrude Noel, of this city. Miss Kugvnl.i Moss entertained Friday evening at her home on Danville nvenue with a Halloween party. The rooms were decorated in Halloween style, autumn lcsives and PREPARE 1,000 pound 500 bushel 100 Gal FOR WINTER 4c per lb. only $2.25 bu. grinning the furnishing Fine Cabbago, only Large Northern Potatoe Toasted inarsli-mallow- s, illumination. grape Juice and ginger cake About twenty guests were served. were present and every one had a most enjoyable time. Copied from the Idaho Fulls Journal, the notice of the murriago nf Mr. Wnde II. Tcrrill to Mrs. Lulu Tnvlor, both of that city. Mr. Tcrrill was reared in this county and Kirkpatrick, of South Carolina, who to Miss .elma was lint married dieo", several years ago. The friends will bo glad to know Mr. Terrlll Is succeeding in the far west. Mr. Ter-ri- ll is a nephew of Mrs. Den Hudson, Mrs. W. 0. Rlgney and Mr. It. L. Walker, of thl. city. extra good Country Sorghum only $1.50 gal. 50 gal. Beat Houe Paint only - $3.00 gal. 65 c. rod. 500 rodi 4 ft. 6 in stay fence only Sander's Variety Store. L WE SELL FOR LESS. Sunday, November 2nd, marked n Colli Afnon was ring bearer and very enjoyable day for Mm. Dora little .Marjory Ilustin was flower girl. Wheeler, it being her !2nd birthday. f Little Misses Mary Arnold of Kich-bountiful dinner was spread andmond, and Dorothy Susan Newland, she wna the recipient of many beau-'o- f Stanford, were ribbon bearers, She has eight chit-- ' The wedding march was played by tiful presents. grand-childreand one .Mrs. May Hughes dren, eleven Nolund. The great grand child, who were present Hev. J. It. Moorman officiated and These, with other the ceremony was beautiful and on this occasion. and relatives departed, wish- - pressive. The bride, who was given ing her many more happy birthdays. I in marriage by her mother, met the """""" 'groom and his best man at the nltnr. Mm. II. C. Crumbles, of Kingston, .Mr,. Johnson looked well in gray Tenn., accompanied by her son. Mr. 'georgette trimmed in white. The Hugh Crumbless, were here for the I l.riileV robe was a lustrous white funeral of her sister, Mrs. Ceorge j ftin with drapery of white georgette Smith, Sr. Other visitors here for lln,i t)H. ist garniture of opal the funeral of Mm. Smith were Mr.wai, with the conventional veil of Henry Cheek and daughter, and Mm. tue !ind orange blossoms. She car-F.llKy.. ried n beautiful shower bouquet of Carter, of Shelbyville, Mr. and Mm. II. (!. 'Fox and Mr. white roses. Monte Fox and Mrs. Thomas Gentry,! Miss Dunn, had a beautiful cos-o- f Danville and Mrs. E. B. Hourland j tllmi. Gf rchi.I pussy willow taffeta and friends, of Harro.lsburg. , j an,l tulle. This frenchy costume was adorned with small wreaths of Among the out of town guests who french flowers m the different pastel Bourne wedthe Johnson attended She wore a picture hat of shades. ding were .Mr. nnd Mrs. G. D. Simsheered tulle trimmed with pastel Mr. and Mm. J. W. Arnold, llowers mons, and gold leaves and carried a Mm. Cecil Simmons, Mr. Mr. and shower bouquet of pink roses. Simmons, Mrs. Klizabeth SimMiss Bourne, sister of the groom, mons, of Kichmond; Mr. and Mm. It. wore a gown of gold lace with M, Newland of Stanford; Mm. Armp drapery of apricot crepe de chine. F.lkin. Mr. and Mrs. I!. K. Hughes, bodice of gold uml apricot brocade Miss Margaret Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Brown wore a lovely little W. K. Schultz, .Mr. and Mm. Fred pink tulle frock with many little Neighbors, of Louisville; Mr. and flounces and trimmings of iridescent Mrs. Warren of Stanford, Mrs. I!. I. beads. Burton, Mm. F.liza Ballard, Misses Miss Wright was clad in a beautiZilluli and Amy Dawes, and II. A. ful dress of sea fon in green silk net Dawes, Jr., Dr. and Mm. II. C, ltose, made over green taffeta with a bodice Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard, of of glittering sequins. Bryantsville; Mr and Mrs. W. T. Miss Berkele wore a smartly fashWoolfolk, Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, ioned gown of robins egg blue, which Mr, and Mrs. Karnest Bourne, Miss was strikingly becoming, uml trimAllelic Fratmnn, of Lexington; Miss med with pearl passementerie. The Martha Buckman of Henderson, and bridesmaids wore beautiful halo .Miss Anne Bracket Owens, of hats, their well coirTcd hair showing ' through the crownless chnpeaux, while their great flower showers of chrysanthemums, their faint color Johnson-Bourn- e. ing a perfect blend for their cos There have been many beautiful tumes. NTlie groom is the son of Mr. and weddings in this city, but none more perfect in arrangement than the rain- - Mrs. J. II. Bourne and one of the how wedding at the Christian church. most substantial farmers of this which took place Saturday evening county. The bride, only daughter of Mm. at K o'clock. The lovely bride, of whom none aro fairer or more win- Loula Johnson, is a popular and lov some. Miss Flort'nce Johnson, and able young girl, whose winsomeness Bourne. and worth have endeared her to the Mr. Bradley the groom, The altar was banked with palms, entire community. A number of hamNome gifts atferns, autumn leaves, ivy and combined with clusters of pink, helio- tested the popularity of Mr. and trope, white and yellow chrysanthe- Mrs. Bourne. The couple left for a bridal trip nnd will mums. Marking the pews for the families and close friends were arch- be at homo here until the first of the es, which were ladeued with green year, when they will move to their foliage, combined with chysunthc-iiiuni- s beautiful suburban home near Verand tied with rainbow Illusion sailles which they recently purchased. Ijiows. The half hour of music furnished by Miss Amy Dawes, violinist, Montgomery-Peyt- on nnd Mr. Iris Cliandler, of Corydon, of .Miss Eulalah The marriage soloist, preceded the ceremony filled the devotional edifice with selections Montgomery t Mr. Luther Peyton, of praise and Joy. A fashionable was solemnized ut the resilience of gathering filled the church, for the Hev. C. D. Strother last Thursday young people on whom all eyes were night at eight o'clock, I!ev. Strother centered are favorites with all and performing the ceremony. Only u few close and intimate the general good wishes of the assembly were showered upon Mr. friends witnessed the marriage. The bride is the oldest daughter Bourne and his pretty bride, who is a fascinating brunette type. The of Mr. anil. Jlr. W, B. Montgomery ushers, groomsmen entered the and has many friends in Lancaster, church first, followed by the bevy of where she has lived for several years. The groom has been n resident of beautiful young girls, whose perfect gowning fitted in with the artistic the county for several jcars and has The array of pretty lived In the city for about two yenrs, decorations. bridesmaids included Misses Florence having a position at present with the Brown, of Puducah, Thelma Wright, U and N. Hailroud. After spending a few days in of Cynthiana, Dodo llourne nnd Kdna Berkele, and Miss Mamie Stormes Krankfort with relatives and friends Dunn was maid of honor. The men they are now happily located with Mr, Peyton's sister, Mm. Homer were Mr. Hubert Oyer, of Lexington, who was best man and tha Chestnut on Richmond street. groomsmen Messrs Itobert Kinnaird, Twenty-tw- o head of FOB SALE: Allen Johnson, Paul Elliott, Glass Carrier, Tom Elmore and Keevil nice feeding; rattle. Erie C. Farra. Wallingford, of Cynthiana, Master 30-2- t. Coffey-Pig- g. Miss Flora .May Coffee, daughter of Mr. II. A. Coffee, of this county, was married on October 22nd, to Mr. Hay D. Pigg, also of this county, and a son of Mrs. Bcttic Pigg. The ceremony was performed by Hev. W. A. Beck. Mr. P. L.Dukt, Farmer, Says, ."You Bet Rats Can Bite Through Metal." "I had feed bins lined with zinc last year, rats got through pretty soon. Wns out $18. A $1 package of HAT-SNAkilled so many ratB, that I've never been without it since. Our collie dog never touched ." You try it. Three sizes, 25c, COc, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by It. E. McHoberts and Hnselden Bros. Lancaster, Ky. Nov. adv sxBsxsjfflonxjooocs swocaxx CTTH I Classified Column RATES i i 3 j Single insertions lea word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. g g 5 J S g aOrxraftXKS.OOt!Kttxm Furniture for Sale. Miss Jennie Lackey. Fresh oysters this week ut Currey and Gulleys. FOB SALE: A new Itemingtoii Typewriter. Used only a few weeks Apply at nnd in perfect csmdition. this office. The price will pleau you. tf. From my bam last STOLEN: week, a good Buenu Vista Saddle, with one fender missing and patch in pad. $25,00 for conviction of guilty David Stephens, party. lt.-p- Announcement. Emmett V. Puryear and Sanders E. Clay announce that they have formed a partnership for the practice of law in the State and United States Courts, under the firm numo of Puryear & Clay, with offices at Danville, Kentucky. For Sale. One of the best Garages in Central Kentucky, also stock and equipment, one nine, room brick residence on main Street, adjoining Catholic Church, one five room cottage on Second Street. All in Danville. Terms one half down, balance in one uml two years. It. M. ARNOLD. Danville. Ky. N EXECUTORS NOTICE To Creditors to Present Claims. All persons having- claims against the estate ot Erasmus Dunn, deceased, are requested to prove same, as required by the statutes, and tilu same with me ut once, and nil persons indebted to the estute of the above decedent will pleuse call and settlo said debts. U. II. Tonilinson, executor of the will of Erasmus Dunn, de t. ceased. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 6, 1919 PUBLIC SALS OF Public Sale OF I -- WILL ON L A KD AT ONE O'CLOCK, t ! 346 ACRES OF LAND and 346 Live Stock Personal Property Saturday, Nov. 5th, Wednesday, TO BE ACCEPTED. 5 ROOM HOUSE. 2 BARNS, AND ALL IMPROVEMENTS PLENTY OF GOOD WATER, WELL FENCED, OUTBUILDINGS. PART OF THIS FARM HAS NOT BEEN PLOWED FOR 50 YEARS. NO BETTER TOBACCO LAND CAN BE FOUND. Nov. 12th, OFFER FOR SALE 85 ACRES OF LAND, NEAR GUNN'S CHAPEL, KNOWN AS THE J. M. TEATER FARM, TO THE HIGHEST AND AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. ON THE PREMISES RAIN OR SHINE. ' Nine Miles From Bardstown, Ky.,,30 Miles from Louis- LOCATION: BEST BIDDER OR BIDS. ville, ON THE JACKSON HIGHWAY. THIS FARM WILL BE SOLD IN SIX TRACTS, AND THEN AS A WHOLE, THE BID OR BIDS REALIZING THE MOST MONEY, This is one of the best improved farms in Nelson County, well watered and in high state of cultivation. LOCATION AND IMPROVEMENTS SECOND TO NONE. 346 acres and will be sold in two tracts. 1 This farm contains T. 0. HILL R. F. D. No. 3. LANCASTER, KY. Contains 200 acres, has on it a nice - story residence of eight room TRACT NO. 1 and double hall, Hath, Lights, Water and Furnace, :t good tenant houses, A No. good stock and mule barn, best In the county. This is the the old "Chas Miller" farm and was operated for several years by the late W. Mack Miller. One good cattle barn with silo, one dairy barn, granary, machine sheds, buggy house and wagon sheds, and garage, ice house, etc. Also good orchard. TRACT NO. 2 Contains 146 acres, has on it anew 10 acre tolfaceo barn, a good one. Public OF for-sa- le ae NOV. 11 Fariu will then be sold as a whole and best bid accepted. The entire farm is well fenced and watered, has on it a locust orchard of 14,000 young locusts. (Irass, about Go acres Tract No. 1 has about V2 aires of Alfalfa. 50 of clovcron No. 2 tract, balance iu cultivation. acres of young clover, balance in blue grass. This farm is owned by Mr. Artie Cummins, of New Hope, Ky., and operated by Jesse Dawson. These gentlemen having decided to quit farming and enter into other business in Louisville, Ky., is the sole reason for the sale of this farm. LIVE HORSES STOCK 1 AND PERSONAL PROPERTY. Hock Bed. Dipping Tank, 2 Hog Oilers, I Horse Clipper, 1 Pair Wire Stretchers, 1 Grind Stone, 1 fiO Gallon Gasoline Tank, 1 SO Gallon Heroine Tank, 1 !U Gallon Oil Tank. 1 Dehurner, 1 Fifteen Hoise Power, i'oroihk En gine, 1 1 AND MULES. Land and Stock. 36 ' 2 Ko.iii I will offer a nice little FARM OF ACRES of fine land at AUCTION on TUESDAY, TEN-O'CLOC- til Barns Mill pike, 3 miles from Richmond. IMPROVEMENTS House with six rooms, all necessary outbuildings, one large tobacco and stock barn, good cistern and concrete trough at barn and cistern at house, some fruit, fencing good and all good tobacco land. 15 acres in blue grass now, 8 acres broken out of blue grass and in tobacco this year. Will sell in two tracts and then as a whole accepting the bid or bids realizing the most money. TERMS: One-tent- h down, half of balance Jan. 1st, 1920, balance in two equal annual payments with 6 per cent interest. ' Those desiring to look at place will call on Jess Tudor on the farm, R. F. D. No. 1, Richmond, Ky., or the undersigned B. F. Cotton, Paint Lick, R. F. D. No. 3. A. M. AT This is part of the farm recently purchased of Jesse Tudor, on Hay Horse, 8 years old, good one, I Hay Horse, 7 yearn old, good om HOGS. 1 Hay roail Mare, extra good, 1 llrooil Mare, 4 yean old, in foal, . I 40 Hogs, weight 130 pounds, 1 old, gooil Black Mare, fi year 30 Hogs, weight '.'0 pounds, worker. 5 llrood Sous ami I'igs, good one, 1 Gelding 3 enr old, by lieechwoM G llrood Sows with pig, Pride. 1 Duroc Hoar, 1 pair Gray Mares, 3 years old, good workers, FARM IMPLEMENTS. 1 pair Mare Mules, 3 years (Sid, good 1 John Deere Hinder, new, . HARNESS workers, 1 Avery Corn I'lanter, 1 pair Marc Mules, 0 years old, Kood 2 Disc Harrows, 2 Sets of Wagon Humeri Complete, wprkers, 4 Sets of Plow Gear, 20 Mare Mules 3 ami 4 years old, 1 Cultlpuckcr, 1 3 Cultivators, Set Lead Strups, (fat) . 3 ilrcaking Plows, 2 Sets Huggy Durness, 1 ! Halters with Rounder, Hitch Chains CATTLE. 1 4 Five Tooth Cultivators, Texas Saddle Kxtra Good, 5 Kegistcred Hcrfords cows, 2 Double Shovels, 3 Registered Hcrfords Hull, Calves, 1 Sixty Tooth Harrow, FEED 1 Deering Mower, 5 months old. Calf, S 1 Molina Hay Ituke, new, 1 Hegistercd llerford Heifer 1.000 Huidieli Com, 1 Holler, 200 Ilushels Oats, months old, C Stuiks 1C 1 Manure .Spreader, 1 Kegistered llerford Heifer Cloer Hay, 1 Columbus Wagon, 3'i inch, 10 Tons Timothy Hay Haled, months old. 1 1 Crude Studebaker Wngon, 3 inch, Lot of Forks, ll..,'.nd SI,o,.l, llerford cow and calf, 1 Hay Frame, 25 young Cowil good feeders, msny otlitr tliinft loo numerous good t Corn Harvester, 2H Steers Weight, 850, extra to mtntion, including houuhold 1 Power Cutting Uox, feeders, nd Kitchen I'urnilur. 10 Steers, Weight 400, Good grudes, 1 Hand Cutting Uox, All rquipm.nt on thi. f.rm , com. 1 Corn Shelter, 1 Ulack Jersey cow, good milker, psr.tiv.ly nw d , mod,rn 1 Corn Crusher, In food condition. 1'ellow Jersey Cow good milker, 1 1 Holstein Cow and calf, good milker. Cows, Good milkers, Jersey Heifer, soon be fresh. ,d' Lunch on the Ground. Termi will be very liberal and made known on day of sale. For further information tee Jesse Dawion on the farm, Artie Cummins, New Hope, Ky, or DEMAREE & HUBBARD, Real Estate Agents, Bardstown, Ky. , Col. Boliver Bond, Capt. T. W. Simmt, J. Lee B rid well Auctioneers. v B. F., COTTON. COL. ROBERT WALKER, Auctioneer. CUMMINS & DAWSON, Owners DEMAREE & HUBBARD, Bardstown, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Nov 6 1919. Great Reduction Beginning Saturday, Nov. and continuing until further notice. We offer our entire stock of Anotner New Counterfiet. Test'Your Wits and See If You Know These New Field of Activity Baing Worked People. At Flnley, Ohio, a few days ago, the following test was given. It might be followed by some of our school in Garrard County; How many in the following list of names arc you familiar with. The list was git en out at the Teachers' Institute, held there, and out of 199 teachers present only one could, tell who all the people were. Here is the list: G. Marconi, Thomas A. Edison, Jane Addams, G. Clemcneeau, David Lloyd George, i Herbert Asquith, Samuel (Jombers, Maurice Maeterlinck, P. I. Claxton, F. B. Pcason, Robert Bridges, Henry Van Dyke, Luther Bur-banJohn McCormack, William Oxley, Enrico CarusoJulia A. Lath-roBooth Tarkington, James M. Cox, Henry Wattcrson, Lord North-cliffJames M. Barrie, George Bernard Shaw, Herbert (i. Wells and old man Bill Hohenzollern. A Lady In Chicago Rat-Sna- WHO ARE THEY? li Bold By Counterfeiters For Patting Bogus Who PVis-on Face Tarm in Faderal Stamps. Counterfeiters hnvc found a tu'W field of activity-- , according to reports fron the Treasury Department at Washington. In certain parts of the country counterfeits have be.'T discovered in this year's issue of War Suviirgs Stamps. Departments of the Government are trying to apprehend the persons responsible for the distribution of the fake reproductions of the little securities. Banks and Stamp Agents and Postmasters are requested to communicate at once with the Chief of Jhe United Stntcs Secret Service at Washington when such are presented. The counterfeits are being attached They are a to genuine certificates. photographic reproduction in good color blue Ink, but the fine lines behind the portrait in the genuine appear in solid color in the counterfeit. The perforations of the genuine stamps appear photographed on those which are not genuine. "Counterfeiters seem to know a good thing when they see it," said a Treasury official, "or they would not take a chance of a term in the Federal penitentiary by putting out reproductions of War Savings Stamps. ff er to th nd of he go 8 be nt tl- Telegraphs For - Read Mrs. Phillips" wire: "Youell's Exterminator Co., Westficld, N. J. Rush $3. worth of letfer, Later received following "RAT-SNAarrived. It rid our house of rats in no time. Just mov-e- d here from Pa., where I used RAT-SNA- P with great results." Three sizes, --'.'c. .10c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by l. E. McKobcrts and Nov, adv. Haeldcn,Hro.i. er h Id ol im DRY GOODS, LADIES READY-TO-WEA- R, SHOES, HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR at greatly reduced prices. This sale is for the purpose of reducing our stock which has not moved as it should due to the open season. This is a great opportunity to buy your Fall and Winter Live Wires Wanted Consider Prsbable End. lvtlcr It K toward the rlsht conAnother "Orsln of Dixie." v duct of life, to cnnhler what will lie Iiefiire tho ( ivil war the old Citizens' bank of New llrle.un, having the the end nf a thlnz, than what Is the - licdmiln: of It : for wlnt promises power to paper money, profair at first may prove III, and what tided nuunltllf nf bllK mmt nf ilennnilnation, hating the French veems at flr-- t a ills idvantage may Well. word "Ilx" on their back. Tills prove very adfantageoiK. money became popular, nccordlm; to this theory, Louisiana wa referred His Mind In the Clouds. Rev. Georr,' Hart est was to hare to ns !ie html of the "Dixies." Eventually the term wns broadened to In- been married to of Bishop Cottiptnn of London, but on the finite all of the southern states. mornlns fixed for the ceremony forgot nil nlxim If and went off Ashing. Much Indignation wns felt by thehrlde and her friends, anil the engagement was broken off. But the reverend genTo sell Miiall, farm tractors. tleman's was second engagement Nationally iiihcrtlvl. III? commisOnce more ho sions. Exclusive territory Write NOW. equally unsuccessful. forgot to coma up to the church and R. R. RIDGEWAY, Distributor lost his expectant bride In 407 E. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. li- ck ai- rs, tr he BE ry in as ho ad ve in OHIO BLUE GRASS FARMS. Suits, Coats, Shoes WELL LOCATED FARMS at RIGHT PRICES. In making an investment consider first IS IT SAFE AND WILL IT' TAY. he he Our farms are well located on good pikes, close to churches now- and of and many other items at a bargain. Our store will be closed Thursday and Friday the 5th and 6th, for the purpose of preparing for the sale. Positively no goods will leave the house unpaid for during schools, on or near traction, within 25 miles of Cincinnati, the leading market of the Middle West. to $150. per acre. DO YOU We can sell you one of these farms from J70 THINK IT IS SAFE AND WILL IT PAY. A few dollars will bring you to our office. A card will, COME AND BE CONVINCED. St rr til 111 bring you our new farm list, 15 miles HAMILTON COUNTY, of Cincinnati. 51 acres of level this sale. Do not miss the great bargains which we are offering in this sale; and do not forget the date November 8th, 1919. land, on pike, good 4 room house, large barn corn crib, wagon shed, poultry house, fenced into 4 fields, GOOD LAND, GOOD BUILDINGS, will include har- " horses, 2 cows, 4 hogs, all chickens, 5 plows, 2 3 harrows; 2 wagons: it I ness; small tools 200 shocks, corn, fodder, 3,500 cash balance to suit. WARREN tons hay, GOOD BUY $0,000. FARM, 93 Y, LANCASTER, BKYANTSVILLK Mr. John Bryant wu ut horn J. E. DICKERSON, over Mrs. Ithola Wylie spent Wedncs-du- y with her brother, Mr. Joe Boinn at Lowell, .Mrs. F. W Montgomery is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Htete Walker on Poor Kidge. Mr. ami Mrs. Curl Curtis, Messrs Forest nnd Floyd Curtis spent Sunday in ltichmond. Denver Mr. Louis Speake from Colorado, spent the week end with Mr. Herbert Doolin. Mjss Sallie Lou .Myers and Mrs. Margaret Arnold of Lancaster, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Will Swope. of Dawes attended the wedding Miss Sara Thomas and Mr. Horace llambuck in Georgetown on Thursday evening. COUNTY MODERN HOME AND DANDY acres of level blue grass land near Mason, Ohio, on good pike near High School, and churches of all kind. 35 acres of bluegrass sod, 20 acres of D- wheat, 15 acres clover, 9 room good house, slate roof, cellar, furnace; water in house; beautiful lawn and driveway, implement - KENTUCKY. large barn, corn crib', wagon shed, A m da house, hog house, poultry house, well fenced, running water. Mrs. Hogan Ballard spent a days the past week in Louisville, the Mrs. Hogan Ballard, Mesdames It. I. J. Hogan liallurd made a business guest of her .aunt, Mrs. Mur.lnl Burton and Eliza Ballard and Misses trip to LouiivilUi and Cincinnati Zllla and Amy Dawes and B. A. (iuerrant. Johnson-Bou- rne Mr. II. I. Burton and Mrs. Forest of this vicinity gave Mr. Dawes Jr., attended the The ladies wedding Saturday evening. Stapp were in Lexington Wednesday. and Mrs. Clayton of Marcellus quite of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Davis, Mr. C. C. Becker attended the a delightful surprise party Friday N'icholasville, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Grand Lodge in Louisville last week. afternoon. Miller of Fayettsville Arkansas, Dr. Mrsdames I!. K. Swope and C. C.j Mr. Homer Jennings of Berea Coland Mrs. Hendren of Buckeye and lege was a visitor here early in the Becker have returned from Bell Jell-icMr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis were Tenn., where they made an exweek. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. How' Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy was the guest tended visit with their sister, Mrs. T". ard Kins. C. Johnson. of his mother in Preachespvllle t Mesdames B. C. Rose, G. S. Con- Mrs. B. A. Dawes and Miss Ziltah Sunday. Mr. ami 'Mrs. It. I. Iturton were in Kichmoml Monday, Mlu Ma Spcnke was in Lexington Monday to see an optician. Mr. Collivcr Dawn pent the week end in I'nris with friends. The School children gave $20.00 to the Kentucky Orphans Home. Dr. ami Mra. II. C. Hose ictit the day. In Lexington, Wednciday. Mr. and Mm. 11. I'. Swope of Lancaster were visitors here Sunday. ant, O. Moreland, R. I. Burton, Her bert Taylor, Forest Stapp and J, 95 ACRES OF LEVEL BLACK LAND ON GOOD PIKE within a few Hogan Ballard enjoyed a delightful twelve o'clock dinner Thursday given yards of school ami church, fine 7 room new house, large barn, good out by Mrs. W. K. Davis. The table with buildings of every kind. This farm is all in cultivation but 15 acres of Miss Elizabeth Bettis attended the tho Halloween decorations, consist Mrs. George Smith, Sr., in ing funeral of of candles, centerpiece, cats, woods some valuable timber. $10,000, one half cash. Miss Martha IjincaJtcr, Monday. fivors, etc all in black and orange, charge of the l'rimary Curtis took 100 acres of this . A GOOD STOCK DAIRY AND GRAIN FARM. wns very artistic. Department, that day. land is level, 46 acres rolling and hill land in bluegrass sod, one mile of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk-- and Nature's Unchinsi .j nule. daughter, Miss Marguerite, and Mr. Latent genius Is but ;i ir.'uiuptlon. traction and good town, close to Cincinnati, C room brick house, large barn; Everything that run bi li Imuifd to Bourne of Lexingand Mrs. Earnest Implement shed, corn crib, poultry house, hog house, plenty of fruit, well ton were guests of Mrs. Eliza Ballard come Into being, and w hat never coiuea Saturday and attended the Johnson Into being Bourne wedding In Lancaster. Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose, Mr. and Is nothing. REAL FARM $15,000. le as le I. or .m . no Aiulel. in watered and good fences; 30 acres clover 20 acres wheat, 20 acres good bacco land. $11,000. Terms, one half cash. to- 'c; K heU 1st Higk Grade Tebacce Fami tion, centralized , UwsMtOM Turn tht crow th hlthtrt ol tobtcco oa 8Umm rae. wiiiiln 10 tulle ol qiu.1-- FOR SALE 104 ACRES OF LEVEL LAND ON PIKE, one fourth mile of trac- school, 8 room good house, large new barn, implement LAND, LuuUvlUt t t'rieM rtvnrf&f Iron I7&.00 to shed, poultry house; granary; GOOD BUILDINGS PRODUCTIVE acr. ThU Ud4 grow Iroax ISO) to WO IwmuuIi ol Lirtit Hurly tobtcco to Um mti. Out crop loTvUMr brlM tit felfbsM prlca on thm 18 acres wheat, 10 acres clover, 15 acres timothy meadow, 25 acres Loulirllto turtM. Iurtnf ih put year w hw told pmrtlcftllr ft million dolltn worth of term property to Ktatnckltw vo4 no ml trw A BIG BARGAIN FOR $11,000. nud by m wben U purchtMr told t lota or ld. Ttn (or UM prta L1ST.V . GET OUR NEW Com) to JtflmonvlU nnd let tu ihow you wh Vf hT. You wlil b updf no objlgnUoni. jr pasture, he tw tu FRM "he Vfk hsMruct k K--kj Co, JWfetvoarlHa, bid. IB PARR & WOODRUFF, Cincinnati, Ohio. 321 East Fourth Street, ha me e. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 6, 1919. Opera House SATURDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER VOTE BY PRECINCTS IN ELECTION HELD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1919 i i s t 103 145 128 175 f e i 108 262 138 184 179 194 rrf ; ? t $ ?2 i B8th. SO LONG MUSICAL , WARY Court House-- . East Park Wet Park K. llrynntuvllle 206 267 130 184 181) 104 196 145 128 170 107 132 184 179 194 IPC 197 193 145 :::: 107 194 19& ti ? t 5 270 tt ir .14 ? : tt rr 108 114 140 154 194 I0fi 196 146 107 193 145 128 ;:! 107 132 184 Tg 104 124 32 23 24 20 67 07 54 49 195 265 130 184 181 196 267 145 128 264 138 184 195 265 132 261 137 1H4 gS 132 184 179 196 265 195330 HIS 113 120 82 00 200 146 128 171 145 2oT 239 171 20 46 174 COMEDY. 12884 170 170 128 170 128 10! 128 It hat been the ambition and endeavor, for a number of lluckcye 81 286 81 279 81 204 81 270 81 270 81 270 81 279 81 279 81 279 80 124 22 118S 117 years, to introduce, something that i new, novel and interesting. 11 Walkers 77 134 77 134 77 133 94 82 131 69 77 133 78 134 78 133 61 133 161 27 77 133 77 Men and women alike have burned the midnight oil for years 19 124 99 Paint Uck ..139 233 137 220 137 222 127 220 138 220 1.17 220 137 220 137 220 134 220 262 103 108 trying to accomplish this end, but it fell to the lot of Mr. F. C. Union .. .108 196 103 193 09 494 102 194 102 103 102 193 102 103 102 194 102 103 179 100 66 44 65 103 2wsT 7li6 W5 2f7 1259 16.VJ 1356 1662 1356 1660 1361 IKK 1351 1CJ7 1357 1660 1354 1394 1082 Klotz to be the successful one, for he has "turned the trick" and Total 1657 1352 IC56 293 288 Majority. 306 304 303 295 532 .104 1322 303 303 698 theatre managers, all over the country are clamoring for the attraction "SO LONG MARY." This company of ladies and for the three will sell at $2.80, 14.60 l'ork School Tuesday afternoon. gentlemen will be seen here for one night only on SATURDAY, Buckeye Baptist Church' JOHN McCORMACK, and $6.90, including tax. Single nd and son .Mrs I. oviu Anderson I will have an important business ' missions for .McCormack will be O'Neal, spent Kriday ami Saturday NOVEMBER 8th. It will be the musical treat of the season. meeting Saturday afternoon at 2:30 . r ..i i $1.10, $2.20 and $3.30, including tax Kith her mother, Mrs. Ilrlle Simpson. 4 o: i. vj .uivov hijsi .Mail orders should be sent to Civic RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT McROBERTS DRUG STORE. o'clock, November 8th. Thin is an- -' " -- W.HryantviHc 188 170 180 170 169' 180 75 300 47 " j Kmnin Lee, the little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kverelte (irow is quite probably John McCormack, the .Mrs. Josie Mattheus is reported ill at the home of her i D. K. Sebastian, pastor. most popular singer in the world, will better at lliia writing. Mr, Obc Ilolton appear in Louisville on So ember 21. Mrs. V. I. Simpson spent the day koi: SALE: Old fashioned square This will be without question the with friends In luincaster Monthly. To Clean Diamonds. Mr. H. C. Bailey has sold his interest in this Company, piano. Miss Jennie Lackey. greatest musical attraction eer an tiliinmnd ilol l n tint" ilnt Mr. Larue McGinnis spent Sjtiir- nntlnri,tl ttr l.mt!vlll nml MrPrip. t fnitn nil Knc tllnmonds. It Is mack will draw people from all over!,Ia' n'Khl u,th 'drtw Sinip,un. the transfer being made several days ago. ,v lewrlera, thlefl' n,-,- l J"n Maudie Clouae spent Thurs-ger- s fur The manii the state of Kentucky. TOBACCO FARMS illnmonds. It may be proWe are now located at our new building on Stanford Miim illfl.Ur rol!lfif.wrn rallr.fronj.f. of the concert. Bradford Mills ,,l"- night with her ai.ter. Jim Myrnie cured In any Jewelry store, together fmontUlr. aril Improi. J aim In ami, with Instructions fur ll ue. Another and .Merle Armitaire. state that thev Prlc tAuxl. acrw prtlnilli lei.l. kiratnl Mr. Gilbert Tiiel and wife spent quilt' ittlfitrtry way to rlein Street, where we will pay the highest Market price for your hornl CUarUHtnn. Imprnv.urnu roiut.thra inil I will take ery special care of out of of ft.. tu mnke m and bU. larp-- lam uii town mail orders, and that they will Saturday and Sunday Kith relatives n HUte liiiimiKnla a l.ithrr of mp, ndJ ""H"."' ' mlla hnua.attarael.nello. law rtiibfcrrlU and apply this rl. anv m Danville-- . and number n( oifcrr out buudlnn. M ar o( tkU sec that nil people coming from n produce. Ing prewrntlim to the stones wlih farm ar In Mna rra.t. arm In urrhaM ir. have good scats. The recent rains are iloing anil rlorr, IS mmt In ttmouir ami tlorrr aul Jl e ttKith bnnli. acrot In clowr. lYlre NM p.r acre. McCormack omcs as the llr-- t condamage to the farmert i irti Car Walnuts Wanted $1.00 per bushel. MiarmrilraoMlnarUrweUlinprotol.TOirm In what. loraml i mil.. Irora Cliarlmum. ITIc cert of a scries of three, to be know.i nntl tobacco. 1100 p.r arr.. When Legislators -- Pair." j lllitm aril IraproTrcl. m 00 In h.,t. t as the Civic Music Series. It is the Mrs. Lovie Crow of Jessamine w:u When a IrtUlntur ol.lirn tit b ab mil fmm Charlmttin. lrlcr, irmvt ar n. I I7 w.ll loiprnf rd, 3H niilw inini Char.. policy of the new Series to give the week en I guest of her inothei, eat at the time when an Important I ton. irr ITIcr f lrt.ft). Louisville nnd Kentucky the greatest . Vote U to be taken, he llnds some memMary CloUse. I arm. fair ImvroirmmU, mll. Irun ' music for the most people at the lowber nhn Intends li nle on Hie other J'r,r,ion. tTlri sr wr arro. 171 arm adjnlnlrr Mr. James Henry Clouse and illr lloilu ttt aide of I he quetliii and arrange a The other two attwo romplrw a.u of linpruvrmrnu. SUrrhure. est possible cost. .'.t a m In : Crow attended Court day at "pair" wlllt him. That Is, the second whrau ITica lS.OO). tractions arc the Detroit Symphony AU of th ator farm arv llnw Moiir. imi gj.t l.mcastcr Monday. legislator asree to refrain from Totrlaaa. In a hlch nv of rultltatlnn an. I ar. In Orchestra, Ossip Uabrilowitsch, ConClark Count?. Indiana Mr. and .Mm. Taylor Ilolton spent ing, us an Nt'tiiniinixlatlun to the first. ductor nnd soloist, nnd Amelita Ralli ThearUitafrwofUii.mannarcalQ,thatwi, The net result when neither tote Is hara to offer and w wg that you cobia In J.f. Curci. McCormack comes on Nov Saturday night with her parents, Mr. fcnonTlUr. ao thai we ran ihow timi Jurt wliat we cast Is the Mine us If Ixith had voted hare. Our farnu ranr In ala from 30 arm upember 21, the Detroit Orchestra on and Mrs. Iluke Preston of Judson. on opjwsltp aides, llolli legislators caa ward and are all loralr.1 on rood Plkn wlUiln JJ BUea of LoulSTllle. March 3, and the Galli Curci concert Mrs. Myrnie Locker and daughter, then be absent If they wish wltboot VOJOT MtUUNGI AMD MALTY CO. will be on April 6th. Season tickets Katheryne wcr? the guests of Scotts loss or rain to either side. ft. L. HAGAN, Manager. Jaffa rMW, larfUaa fMHIML j grand-fathetl :io-2constJ-t-rablI SOLD OUT. mini Call clay and it is important th.it every mombir be present for the pur pose of electing n pastor for the coming; year. Wc anxiously urge every member to be present. There will also be preaching anil worship at 11:0(1 o'clock Sunday morning. To Appear In Louisville in November. Little James Charlotte Sandrra was care Stcwnrt Dry (ioods grand-motheMrs. Co., Louisville, and they will have the guest of her Lige Kay at Teatersville the past prompt attention. . week. .Music Series, cov. Garrard-Linco- ln v l' 4 Mi--- Produce Co. tt Are You "Saving The Difference" "Saving the Difference" means just what it says. If you are not our customer, compare our prices with those you are elsewhere and you will see you are paying some one the difference instead of saving it. WIRE FENCE. Repair your fence and build more fence while the weather is good. 4 ft. No. 9, Top and Bottom 55c. 4 ft. all No. 9 80c. j EYE OPENERS. 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Coles and Jloore's Heaters are the best. and Remember Majestic Favorite are the names of the BEST Ranges. MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. Better hurry and get that new suit and overcoat as winter is on the way. Just received a lot of new suits which wilt be sure to please you. Furniture FURNITURE furniture in Central Kentucky. Our Don't forget we have the largest and by far the most attractive assortment of high-clas- s prices are right and we can please the most critical Rugs, Lamps. China, Player Pianos, Victrolas, Davenettes, Sewing Machines, Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, etc. Now is a good time to put in an order for a Kitchen Cabinet for a Xmas present for your wife. Better order that Victrola now as they are hard to get. i WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KEINTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Paoae aad "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY.