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KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 13. 1919. nu-ud SECTION 1 THIRTIETHIYKAR NUMBER 31. weeks before his death suffered with a slight paralytic stroke, but had realmost entirely covered it was thought at the hme of his sudden death, which was wholly unanticipated nml i ami- - .is a great shock to his wife and family Mr. Francis wus well known over this mul udjoining eountles and had a great many friends, who held him in ttu- highest regard, both as a eiti zen and a a man. He had lived in (iarrurd and Madison counties practically all his life. In 18G2 he was married to Miss Fan-ni- e Wallace, who together with six children survive him. The children surviving are; Messrs Harry ami Alex Francis, Misses Margaret and l.ucy Francis and Mrs. A. K. I.nckey of Texas, and Mrs. Snuflcy Hughes of this city. All the children were at home except Mrs. laickey and Mr. Alex Francis, who lives in Oklahoma, he reaching home after the burial. Funeral services were held at the home lut Monday morning conducted by Dr. Telford, of Richmond, after which the interment took place in the cemetery' at Itlchmond. The passing of this gooil man re- Alvin wa their youngest "on and movt another of our most worthy bright and esteemed citizens and the sym A the Idol of the family lovable boy, with a tunny disposition patliy of the community go out to the and loved by all who knew him. bereaved family in the loss of u de The body wa laid to rest Inst Sun- voted and Indulgent father and hus day morning in the cemetery at hand. Manse where short services were held nt the grave. The entire community deeply sympathize with the family In their great lou and may (iod "who doeth all Be thing well" give them the strength i'to go through this great trial. Many flowers and beautiful designs were evtt-in-b- y friend and loved one. (Everything is in readiness for Ijincaster Tobacco Market opening, which time ha been set for WedSallle Williams, an old and worthy nesday December 3rd. The Garwill be Warehouse colored woman was found dead in rard Tobacco the bed of her, home near Iloume last ready to receive tobacco on Tues A coroner's In- day, November 25th, Sunday morning. and on and quest held over the body later found after that date the house will remain that he cam to her death- from open both day and night throughout heart failure. She wa 75 year old the rest of the season. Prospects were never brighter for and was in apparently good health up to the time of her sudden death. a high market here in Lancaster She leaves S children, her husband where the best tobacco in the world having died about one year ago. She is produced and where the best buywas buried Monday at the old Stone er that any market ever had will be graveyard near her late home. on hand, F.lght firms have already contract ed for prizing rooms and several more will be here Just as soon Just Brother Frank Tinder ha these can be arranged for them. closed one of the most interesting Thousands of pound of the weed ever held at New Bethel, ha already been stripped through meeting of ChrisL He ha told out the county and with seasonable the Church and explained, the mol wonderful weather from now until the day of points of the new Tetamcnt that ha the aleuthe first days sale should be ever been explained in this commun- a record breaker. have acknow ity. More people ledged and believed in him than any L. S. iitrr minister in this section. He haa preached the good tiding The Ijincaster High School Foot of Christ Jesus all the way through. Ball team defeated the J. C. High Ha had & additions and also one from School last Friday evening by the the Baptist church to cast her mem- score of 12 to C. bership with people in the church of The game was a hard fought one Christ. from start to finish and the local lads showed up exceedingly well, being and going up against a stronger team, but us Captain Todd Klliott led his string of blue warrior out on the field they had the determination to win, The local boys played the gume of their live when they held the visitors on their own 8 yard line and regained the ball and carried it out of tho dan ger zone. The all nround playing uf Llisha Carrier in the manner that he played the game at Quarter was good, ns well a Walker Hoblnson and Coch saafliiiii ran at Halves, while Holtzclaw car- ried the ball at will through the lino for 5 to 10 yard gains. Tho two end Cox and Cnpt. Klliott played u wonderful game breaking up the visitor Interference, while Bratton at center, ltice and Brutton at tackles and Swope and Perkins at Guard held like stone walls. The team is strengthened at least 10 per cent and some real battles are promised the local admirer of the High School. to be Coach Gluts B. Carrier 1 congratulated upon the success of Miss Catherine Curtis as Sammy the team last Friday and it goes to Lane a she annears in "The Shep show that his efforts were not in vain. Luck to you boys we are all beherd of the HUU". Romans Opera hind you. Howe, November 17tn ana lwn. Grow, were on the front porch of the Smith home, ccn having a inoi and playfully gun in their hand pointing them at each other, young Smith handling the gun uf Grow' the one while Grow wa examining neither knowing owned by Smith, that either of the gun were loaded. At this time the gun In the hand of Grow wa discharged and the content entered the head of young Smith from the effect of which he Mr. Jamc died In a few moment.. L. Yantis n neighbor wan near the scene uf the mul accident and ran to the wounded boy, who oxpirrd In her arms a few" moment after she reached his nide. Evcrette (.row un older brother uf Otto's wan arranging to take the two boy out hunting when Ui accident The bo) had been Intioecurred. mate friend from childhood and the grief of the Grow boy i pitiful in. deed. Mr. and Mrs., Smith were in Mad!-o- n county at the time of the accident and upon reaching home about four o'clock in the afternoon, their and grief was inconsolable JAMES B. FRANCIS GIBBS FARM HUSBAND ACCIDENTAL MEMORIAL BIG EVENT KILLING. SERVICES Dies Suddenly At His' Resells At Public Gets Te Worst Of It In Fair And Auto Show Auction. Conducted By Legion "Empty" Gun Proves Home Near Paint Encounter with Wife. Next Week. b'30 ACRES Post. AVERAGES $200.50 Fatal to Alvin Smith. Lick. In a fist fight with his wife litst Sunday night, James Padgett, who Great Thing for County AN ACRE. A very" distressing accident hapMr. James II, Francis, in the hist live on the farm uf John Milcy First Anniversary Of pened last Friday about noon, at the year of hi uge, died suddenly nt his Everybody should help boost the The l.uther Gihbs farm purchased Amon, had his skull crushed with n Mrs. John Smith, home of Mr. and home nenr Paint l.ick Inst Saturday stick in the hands of his wife, and Armistice Observed who live four mile from Ltnrnster night, November 8th, nt about eleven by Mr. J. I. Hamilton a few weeks now lies in a local hospitul in n ser- Tobacco and Corn Fair which will be , publicly last Thurs- was held the last of next week, begin on the Buckeye road. By Immense Gatho'clock. ning Thursday and lasting through day, thp farm containing li.15 ncres. ious but not dangerous condition. All in Smith, their fourteen enr He had not, been in good health for bringing a total uf $I32,31'7 or an Mrs. Padgett, who is of the "Alvin out the week. In aged old son and Otto Crow, ering. York" type, states that she was asabout two months ami about two average of $208.50 an acre. The management of the nssocia and son of the late George , lenrx. The farm Is considered to be about the best in the county, many acres of which is virgin soil and hII well ndapteil for the growing of tobacco. Captain Am Bourne, one of the bmt auctioneers In the county and few if any better In the state, "cried" the sale and did it to a queens taste. He reciivrd as many congratulations after the sale, which was one of the most succesiful ever held in the county, as did the owner Mr. Hamilton. The bidding was spirited and ('apt. Bourne kept them on their pins and had the farm sold within two hours, The farm was sold in seven tracts and all these tracts were purchased by local men who knew the value of the land and what it would produce when punched. The home place with one hundred ncres ami the improvements brought $.'101,00 an acre. The unimproved land sold from $200.00 to $250.00 an acre. After the sale of the farm the personalty of Mr. (iiblw was sold by C npt. Bourne, totaling about $6,000. The live stock and implements sell ing well. saulted by her husband last Sunday evening and was choking and pulliag her hair, when one of her small children ran up and handed her a stick, with which she used very persuasively upon the head of her enraged husband, knocking him senseless with one blow of the slick. He was brought to the hospital and about three inches of the sk'jll removed. The doctors say he will recover, nlthour.l. at one time it looked as if the blow would prove fatal. Mrs, Padgett was taken hefva Judge Stapp and placed under an " $800.00 bond which several gladly signed and she v.us sent tu the home of her parents. She is twenty eight years old and the husband sixty. They have live si.iali children. KENTUCKY ORPHANS HOME Doing Well in Old Garrard County. The total amount given by Gar rard County to the Kentucky Orphans Home Society to date is $1847.65. The following additional collections are reported since last week. Sycamore School, Miss Ida Hurt, teacher, $00.00. This contribution is a remarkable one as the district is not large nnd the school and teacher deserve great credit. It is the largest single contribution by a rural school. Paint Lick Presbyterian Church $1,00 additional, making $51.25 in all. ADDITIONAL SCHOOLS Nina School, Miss Ann Scrivncr, $35.0.) additional, making $55.05 in all. Orchard Grove School, Miss Irene Aldridge, teacher, $10.48. The total amount given by Paint Lick to the Kentucky Orphans Home was $115.80. Bourne School, Miss Mattie Bourne, teacher, $8.00. Bright Bend School Miss Ina Bowling, $37.15. OLD NEWSPAPER Published 120 Years Ago Owned By Countyman. TOBACCO MARKET To Opened Here December 3rd. One of the oldest neusiapers that has ever been brought to our notice, is now in our possession, owned and rrized by Mr. John Yater of this county, handed down to him for several generations back. The paper is in a good state of preservation nml was published nt Kingston, Ulster County, Virginia. It is published under the name of the "Ulster County Gazette" and bears date of January 4th, 1800. It is a four column,- - four page paper, the inside pages being heavily bordered in black, in memory of George Washington, who had just died and whose funeral account appears in the same issue. It gives the names of the pall bearers and an interesting article of the funeral services. tion have gone to an enormous expense nnd they should and doubtless will have the hearty of every citizen of the town and eoun ty. Over $1,300 is being spent on the interior decorations alone, which is being done this week, preparatory for the exhibits which are expected by the first of the week. Already nearly fifty booth have been sold Practically every merchant In the town and county having contracted for one The premium list is large and the prizes are well wortli trying for. Garrard county has always raised the banner tobacco of the state and we look for her to carry away most of the honors in this class. The prizes offered in the corn classes arc very attractive and should insure a large number of entries. Smittie's famous military band of Cincinnati, has been secured at a heavy expense and concerts will be given throughout the day as well as every night. Delightful programs have been arranged for the evenings and vu predict that he best crowds will come out to the night shows. The premium list is printed elsewhere in this issue and if you haven't read it, do so now and send some en tries for some of the several classes offered. "She Walked In Her Sleep." A. S. Stern and Company in association with George Ilroadhurst, will present at the Lexington Opera House, Friday and Saturday, Novem ber 14th and 15th, Saturday matinee, In the successful farce, "She Walked In Her Sleep", Mark Swan, iU clever author, has selected for his heroine a young and pretty girl somnambulist, lost In a big hotel in New York. A might be expected this experienced author has taken advantage of all the imaginary possi bilities of what might happen if a beautiful and young woman efflicted with somnambulism should walk Dies Suddenly. A VICTORY Splendid Meeting. For Law and Order. of Governor Calvin The Coolidge, of Massachusetts, Hepubli-canon Tuesday, in one of the great est landslides in the history of the state, is of no small national impor- H. Wins. tance. Yesterday President Wilson took the unusual step, in a telegram to Governor Cooljdge, of congratulating a Governor of the opposite party on his reelection. The President's telegram reads' "1 congratulate you upon your election as a victory for law and or der. When that is the issue all Amer icans stand together." In reply Governor Coolidge said: "1 deeply appreciate your telegram of congratulation. I trust the election will uid in the upholding of the laws of Americn in particular, and strengthen the hand of righteous authority everywhere." The fact that Governor Coolidgo was tho leader in this victory for law and order in Massachusetts un questionably makes him a national figure, for the reason that there i every evidence that the question of law und order will bo one of the Is- SATU1EDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd. '19 At Two O'Clock, sues of the next Presidential The Brick Residence and Building Indeed tin re is clready talk of the lots of the late Mrs. Mary Lackey. EveryboJy knows this property. possibility that the Governor will figure prominently ns a candidate for An absolute sale without reserve or tho Presidency, or t least for the limit Tho Itesldcnce fronting on Dan Vice Presidency. ville street and the building lots fronting on Paulding Street, School Due. through any large hotel late at night chances are that the young woman clad only in her night gown. The would have a much more exciting time than can be shown within stage limitations, but the author, associated MORE SUCCESS with A. S. Stern and Co, and George nestly urged that every returned solthe producers and member. Swinebroad Still Sell- Broadhurst, excellent company abet- dier shouldS. become amade an earnest ted by an are Hudson Rev. II. quoted as having sufficiently given plea for the Third Roll Call membering 'em nmplc justice to the author's clever ship of the American Red Cross. All idea. Playgoers of this city will in all it was one of the most enjoy The Scries of Auction Sales as ad- have an opportunity to see for them able events that has taken place in vertised by Swinebroad, the real es- selves and judge what its clever tate man, was successful from every author has carried out in the coming Lancaster in many months and will standpoint; the Mercer county farms engagement which will be made at long be remembered by those that were fortunate to be present selling ns follows: On the 7th, he the Lexington Opera House. sold the farm of J. A. Conn of 85 FRANK PUMPHREY, acres to J. E. Henderson of Fayette, Robinson. for $264.75 nn acre and on the same Many people in this county, both day 113 acres for A W. Curd to Councilman relatives und friends will regret to John Curd, of Mercer county, for learn of the death of Mrs. Clara $153.00 per acre. Somerset. Robinson, who died at the home of On the 8th, 102 acres for J. W, her daughter, in Gainesville, Texas, Jones to Thos, Gritton, of Fayette, on Monday night November It is very gratifying to friends of 3rd. Pumphrey who live in Lan for $247.50 an acre and on the same The deceased was a daughter of Mr. Frank day 142 acres for A. Gillispie to Mr. Alex Anderson to hear of his recent election by his first mar- caster Wm. Beckham, for $276.50 per ncrc. riage and was married to Mr. William as Councilman at Somerset where he past ten On the 11th, 210 acres for J W. Iiobinson of th is county and who has made his home for the Baker to C. II. White, of Mercer, for lived for many years near Bryants-vill- e years or more. $203.00 an acre. It is also a source of satisfaction in this county. To this union his was born live girts and one boy. Mr. to us to know that Frank started in the office of the CITY Iiobinson having died during the printing career Record und we are just as civil war, the responsibility wus Central his promotion as "Uncle thrown upon the widow to rear the proud of At Public Auction. children, which she did anil gave Bill" who has this to say of him; "The elevation of a printer to a all u splendid education. In one block of tho Public Square them very The following wo clip from the seat in the council chambers is I will sell at Public in laincastcr, gratifying to the editor of The ComGainesville Texus paper: Auction, The Auditorium of the Lancaster Graded School building was filled to It capacity last" Tuesday night, with soldiers, sailors, and relatives friends and the patriotic people of the community, met to celebrate the signing of the armistice one year ago on this date. The meeting was given under the auspices of the Heidal Sanford Post ed of the American Legion and was by this body. The musical program was under the direction of Mrs. May Hughes and proved to be the most delightful of this character ever held in the city. Brady's Orchestra, of Stanford added materially to the entertainment of the evening and was greeted by prolonged applause from Miss Amy Dawes dethe audience. lighted the audience with her performance on the violin and the encores she received brought her back to the stage for the third time. The male quartet composed ef AW ten Johnson, Charlie Doty, Jack Whlttaker and John M. Farra enthused the crowd with several songs. Dr. Virgil Kinnaird, Commander of the Post, was chairman of the meeting and did his work splendidly, opening the services with an invocation by Rev. F. L. Palmeter. Commander Kinnaird gave an instructive talk to the soldiers telliuE them what it meant to them to become members of the Local Post and how much it meant to the community. After his talk many names were added to the roster, which in the near future they hope to include every soldier that donned the uniform in Garrard County. But the hit of the evening was made by our own "Billy" Miller who delivered the welcome address and did it in a manner that wonld have done credit to one mnch older in years and experience. His masterly address received unbounded applause paying a beautiful tribute te those that gave their lives and to the mothers of the boys who donned the uniform to protect the flag of democracy against that of autocracy.. He was followed by an address by Judge L. L. Walker, who spoke of the importance of the American Legion and what it would mean to the citizens of the United States and ear- - Elected at PROPERTY cam-pnig- Taxes On December 1st, a penalty of six per cent will be added to all school taxes remaining unpaid on that date. Please remember this and call on Miss Frankie Kauffman, Treasurer of Lancaster Graded School and settle your taxes at once. H. V. Bastin, President, L. G. Davidson, Secretary. See SWINEBROAD, th. R..I EsUU M.n or Walton E. Moss, for further ln years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Gurnctt, on South Denton street, last night at 0 o'clock. Mrs. Robinson had been feeble on account of her advanced age, for several years. She was a native of Kentucky, but came to Texas many years ago to reside with her daughter. She was n consistent and active member of the Christian church formation. At the same time and place Miss Jennie Lackey will sell a lot of per sonalty and some antique furniture. WANTED 1000 pound : About forty head of feeding cattle, lM3.2t. i tf. J. E. Robinson. Pumphrey has monwealth. Mr. mudo this old town his home for years, and after working with him and knowing the man as we do, no better selection could have been made If he makes ns good a city official as he is n printer, he will serve the city in a way that every citizen that voted for him will feel proud of having placed him ut the head of city affairs from the First Personally, The Commea-wealt- h since girlhood. Mrs. Robinson had a Word. force is delighted. host of friends among the old settlers of this city and county. She is survived by her daughters, Mrs. J. II. There will be a Pie Bupper at the Garnett, Mrs. J. W. Campbell, Mrs. E. II. Campbell and Mrs. C. II. Pad- West Point school house, tomorrow. dock of Pasadena, Cat, und Mrs. John (Friday) night at seven o'clock. The A. Hann of Denton, as well as by a proceed of this supper will go to the Orphan's Home. Come and several Kentucky number of grand-childre- n everybody and help this good cause. great "Mrs. Clara Iiobinson, aged 02 More Pie The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 13, 1919 EVERYBODY IS aOIINO TO THE Corn and Tobacbo Fair In The New Tobacco Warehouse Lancaster, Kentucky NOVEMBER 20,21 AND 22 to 2:00 Good Music by Smittie's Military Band, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Good Prizes Good Time Smittie's Dance each night, 9:00 AUTOMOBILE R. T, AND AGRICULTURAL spent the week end with Mue Sanders. Mi DISPLAYS Secty-Trea- s. t PEDDICORD, President. ROBT. KINNAIRD, 1'eachle Mr. and Mrs, Smillie Hill of bn-- "Kennight with Earl Swope In Uincnster num and Bailey's Big Circus. tucky's Going Dry" was sung by nil and uttended "So Long Mary" n Robert Swope has purchased Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy spent and the parade was very effective in every way. Ford roadster nnd nil of the girls are the day Monday in Stanford. Miss Dowden is very much pleased anticipating n ride. J. H. Edwards and family were with her new desk but no chair came guests in Nicholasville Sunday. TEATERSVILLK, KY. with it. (Delayed) Miss Eliza Ison was n visitor There are 108 pupils enrolled and Lancaster a few days last week. each day there is a fine attendance. Miss Rosa Kay spent the week end was Miss Mae Montgomery Miss Ida Speakc is knitting a beau- with Miss Myriam Noland of RichLancaster Wednesday having dental tiful black sweater for some one. mond. work done. Miss Kathrync King of E. K. S. N. Gilbert Curtis spent Saturday Mr. B. H. Hnlcomb is attending the National Fox Meet in .Crab Or chard this week BRYANTSVILLE Little Miss Willie Belle Hoover en- of tertained 35 of her little friends lat inter. Mrs Einmu Manford Frankfort were with Mr. E. II. Ray Tuesday afternoon from 3 to .1, In .Mrs. Daw Long and little daughDelighthonor of hrt Hlh birthday. ter .Marie spent the week end with and family, Sunday. ful refreshments were served. her son, Mr, Earl Long. Miss Laura Mitchell Brown enterLittle James Charlotte Sanders is tained a number of friends Monday FOR SALE: A new Remington eening in honor of her visitor. Miss spending several ilays with her Cornish of Harrodburg. Mrs. E. B. Ray. Used only a few weeks Typewriter grand-mothe- r. .Miss Margaret Ray entertaii.ed n The many friends of Mr Stew and in perfect condition. Apply at number of her friends hut WednesHill are glad to know that he is imthis office The price will please day night that being her 9th proving rapidly after an operation at the Danville hospital for appendicitis you. tf. Miss Mary Ellen Karlee of Nlchol asville, was the guest of Mrs. W. K. Davis the past week end. Miss Jane Bowling of K. C. W, spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowling. The "Health and Welfare League" served sandwiches, election day and realized the neat sum of Mr. and Mrs. Elder of Nicholas with her ville, were over Sunday daughter, Mrs. 1 1 oca n Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Sallee, returned missionaries from China were guests Wednesday of Mr. anil Mrs. Forest Curtis. Rev. and Mrs. G. S. Conant and Mrs. Eliza Ballard were in Wilmorc Sunday afternoon, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gaugh. Mrs. W. K, I)ais and Miss Fannie Dowden were in Lexington Satur day attending the "Shriners ami Commercial Fair." Mr. and Mrs. I!. K. Swope, Mrs. C C. Becker and Mr. Will Bonar called on Mrs Hannah Sweeney in Danville Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dean were in Nicholasville, Sunday evening to see their nephew, William Davis, who is very ill with typhoid fever. Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Farley and family of Nicholasville were over Sunday to see his father, Mr. Wesley Farley who is very ill. They were dinner guests of Mrs. John Bryant. Bryantsville Hieh School New,.' DELCO-LIGH- T 44 Delco-Ligengine ia the , Tho type used in the best and most powerful airplane engines ondin hundreds of thousands of automoht valve-in-the-hea- d . rubber separators and insure long life. biles. It is runs on kerosene in any climato -- has only one place to oil and has a simple mixing valve in place of carburetor. The storage battery is exclusively designed and with thick plates, wood and built for Delco-Ligh- t air-coolmany-improvement- that Delco-Liglong ago passed tho experimental stage and has gone through the refining influence years of production and of of three and one-hal- f usage by 75,000 customers. You will find plants in the homes of your community. Just ask your neighbor about his Delco-Ligplant. Delco-Ligmakes happy homes; it saves times and labor, taking away lots of hard, unpleasant tasks. It "Pays for Itself" by tho work it docs and the time it saves. Of tho moro than 75,000 Satisfied Users of t, the first are among the most enthusiastic-pr- oof that the simplicity and durability of Delco-Ligmeets the requirements of its customers. Man Near Yoa Tficre's a Delco-Light ht ht s Dclco-Ligh- ht ht Vy S. SMATHERS DEALER Miss Elizabeth Bettis was quite ill with tonsilitis Friday, Miss Martha Curtis Mipplied. Miss Bettle Scott spent the week end with her parents near Nicholasville. Robert Swope who has been quite ill Is able, to attend school this week. Miss Martha Curtis had as her guest Sunday, Miss Elizabeth Hagan of Lancaster. Most all of the High School girls were tardy Monday morning. Hubert Ballard is very ill I with pneumonia. Thomas Henry Edwards was a Danville visitor Sunday uftemoon. Itussell, Gilbert ami .Miss Allene Curtis motored to Jessamine" county Sunday. Miss Mary Bell Halcomb and Mr. Louis Broaddus were isitors in Danville Sunday, The funeral procession of John Barleycorn passed thru Bryantsville, Tuesday. Itussell Curtis, the undertaker drove the hearse. The mourn-InsoGilbert Curtis, Ezra Woods, ers Itaymond Doolin, Andrew Hutch-WilliaPrewitt and Thomas Henry Edwards wore black veils and followed next the corpse, then marching in two's were the pupils of all the grades followed by the Grammar and High School girls dressed as Red Various banners of Cross Nurses. "Vote Dry" and "Join the Red Cross" were carried. Walter and Richard Conant and B. A, Dawes, Jr, the clown were good specimens of Bar- - Lancaster, Ky. r Delco Uiht Is a complete eUctrlcU&ht and power plant ior farms, country homes, schools, churches, $tores and small towns. of Delco-Ukt . y,v Ttt u g THE DOMESTIC ENGINEERING COMPANY. Mkr PratiucU, DAYTON. OHIO The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 6, 1919. THE GARRA Tobacco Warehouse Co ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THE LANCASTER TOBACCO V MARKET Wednesday, Dec. 3rd Our House Will Open to Receive Tobacco Tuesday, November 25th and remain open from that date. GARRARD TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. ROY McCRAY, Manager. Incorporated. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. MARKSBURY. (Delayed.) Miss Sallie week. Lou Myers was Royston GUNN'S CHAPEL. Miss Inez Land spent Wednesday night with Mrs. John Land. Miss Ivn Hollon was a guest Tues the last day of Miss Mary Lee Kurtz. Premium List ITOYBMBEH 20, 21, 22, 1919 COMPETITION OPEN TO ALL KENTUCKY. Best Best Best Best Best All exhibits All exhibits except A, 11, C, I) and E be returned to the the exhibitor. 1. t Warehouse, Lancaster, Garrard Angel Cake Marble Cake Cocoanut Cake Blackberry Cake Cookies, plain (linger Cookies Best Best Best Best Best Garrard County Corn and Tobacco Fair Ky ' ... . . .". guest of the Misses will be Judged Friday and premium! awarded Saturday. first priie exhibits of tobacco and corn in Departments will be returned to Exhibitor. All other exhibits will All agricultural exhibits must be grown by exhibitors. DEPARTMENT A. .- ..... . 1.50 1.00 1.00 -I 7.- . 75 75 75 75 76 75 75 & FARNAU. 2.00 2.00 2.00 75 75 75 75 1.00 75 75 60 50 50 50 60 50 50 2. 3. 4. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. - 2. 3. 4. 5. fl. 7. H. II. 10. 11. 12. 13. 2. 3. 4. 1. I. 2. 3. 4. .V C. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. C. Cigarette Leaf Best G Hands Bright Leaf Uest G Hands Ited Leaf Best 6 Hands Trash llett 4 Samples From a Single Crop, bracing Trash, Lugs, Bright Ked DEPARTMENT Best 10 Ears White Dent Best Single Ear White Dent -- .w Best 10 Ears Yellow Dent Best Single Ear Yellow Dent DEPARTMENT C BOY'S Best 10 Ears White Dent Best Single Ear White Dent Best 10 Ears Yellow Dent Best Single Ear Yellow Dent DEPARTMENT Best G Table Beets Best 3 Heads Cabbage Best G Stalks Celery . Peck Onions . Best Best Quart Ked Peppers Best Peck Irish Potatoes, Ute Best Peck Sweet Potatoes Heaviest Pumpkin, any variety Best Kershaw, any variety Best Squash, any variety One-Ha- lf Peck Turnips Best 2 Dozen Stalks Salsify Best G Parsnips DEPARTMENT Peck Northern Spy Best . Peck Roman Beauties . Best 2 Peck Pippin Best Best Plate Apples, any other variety DEPARTMENT Hand Made Nightgown Hand Made Corset Cover Hand Made Teddy Hand Made Handkerchief Hand Made Quilt Fancy Apron, best quality and work Best Plain Apron DEPARTMENT Child's Dress, Embroidered Pair Pillow Cuses, Embroidered Towel. Embroidered Best Display Embroidered Centerpiece Dest n Hands First $.10.01) 25.00 25.00 25.00 Em 25.00 B. Second $25.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 15.00 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 1.00 l.OO uest i,oa( uread 3. 1. DEPARTMENT K. Chocolate Pie Pumpkin Pie .. . Apple Pie .. . Lemon Pie . Pie. any kind, recine accomminied SPECIAL PREMIUMS BY HUDSON, HUGHES i ... 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 10.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 CORN CLUB 10.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 D. 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 E. 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.50 F, 2.00 2.00 -2.00 1.50 . 3.00 2.00 2.00 C. 2.00 2.00 1.50 2.00 3.00 . Tea Set DEPARTMENT H. 2.00 Tatting Best Display 2.00 Best Display Fillet Centerpiece 1.50 Towel, Fillet DEPARTMENT I. 2.00 Best Pillow Cases, Crocheted 2.00 Best Knitted Sweater 2.00 Best Knitted Socki 1,50 Best Knitted Article by child under 12 DEPARTMENT 4. 1.00 Moat Economical Cake, Recipe Accompanied 1.00 Best Layer Cake 1.00 Beit Devil Cake Best Beaten Biscuits Best White Cake . .. .. L. ... ..... Pint Strawberry Preserves . . Pint Peach Preserves Pint Watermelon Rind Preserves Pint Blackberry Jam DEPARTMENT ... .... ........ ..... . ... . ... M. 50 60 50 50 ...... DEPARTMENT 1. I 3. 4. 6. 1. I ........ ... ............... ........... ........ ... 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 LOO Best Best Best Best Best Blackberry Jelly Raspberry Jelly Cra Dapple Jelly Current Jelly Grape Jelly . . .... N. .... DEPARTMENT 75 75 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 75 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 1.00 1.00 75 1.00 1.00 1.00 75 75 75 75 .............. ...... ..... .. ...... .... .............. .......... .. . ..... 75 ' 1.00 .. C 75 75 Chopped Pickles . 75 75 Sweet Pickles 4. . Cucumber Pickles 75 5. . 75 0. Onion Pickles . . Spanish Pickles 75 7. DEPARTMENT O. 1, Divinity Candy, one pound 1.00 1.00 Pralines, one pound ii! Fancy Mixed, one pound 75 75 4. Cream Chocolate DEPARTMENT P. 75 l. Penchcs, canned in glass i 75 Corn, canned in glass 75 String Beans, canned in glass 76 i, Pears, canned in glass glass 75 5. Tomatoes, canned in The following premiums will be open for competition tu both City and County Schools; A card 3GxG0 will be alloted to each room and the teacher and scholars for that room will be granted the privilege to arrange an exhibit that can be attached to this card and hung on the wall. No suggestions or restrictions other than size of exhibit, arc made further than to say that the teacher nnd scholars should arrange the exhibit that they feel will be most attractive to the judges. First Prize. $5.00; Second Prize, $4.00; Third Prize, $3.00; Fourth Prize, $2.00 and Fifth Prize, $1.00. They will be listed in the office No names will appear on exhibition. and given a number. Hogs, Horses and Mules may be exhibited at owners Cattle, Sheep, Said stock to be risk in box stalls arranged under first floor of Warehouse. kept clean and sanitary, without odor. charge of $1.00 per box stall. An auction sale If so desired, There will be a This is arranged in behalf of applications mude by several stock men. may be held on last day of Fair, Nov. 22nd. Contestants of all departments must list their products and displays not later than Monday, November 17h and also have same placed In Warehouse and arranged not. later than Wednesday night, November 10th. For further information call or write R. T. PsddUord, Laacaster, Ky, 3. Pint Chille Sauce Pint Tomato Catsup Best Best Best Best Best Jar Jar Jar Jar Jar .... . .. ... .. ... .. . ..... .. ....... .................... .... ... .. ................ .. ............. .................. .... .......... ............... Mrs. W. B. Ray is at home after a Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Mahan of Sal-vi- two weeks visit in Lancaster. have been visiting friends in the A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Joe community. Burton's is ill with diptheria. Miss Blanks of Hubble has Miss Inez Land, waa a guest of after a visit to her cousin Miss Miss Verna Ray of Buckeye. Annie Blanks of this place. Mrs. J. W. Daitey and two sons We are glad to note the improve visited Mrs. Sim Ray one day last mcnt of Miss Francis Bogie who was week. badly burned some time ago. Miss Mary Lee Kurtz was the week Mrs. J. W. Swope of Danville has end guest of Miss Mayme Stapp at returned after a visit to relatives at Lancaster. Bryantsville and at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray were the Mr. Forest Curtis and family mot guests of relatives here for several ored to Louisville a few days ago and days recently. Messrs Frank land, D. Fothergill were guests of Mrs. Raney of that and Floyd Humphrey were in Lexcity. Mrs. Jesse Sanders who wai opera ington Saturday. J. W. the little son of Mr. and ted on for appendicitis at Lancaster is getting along nicely. The work Mrs. Hobart Teater was quite ill during the past week. was done by Dr. Acton. Mr. and "Mrs. J, R. Sparks spent Mrs. Ike Naylor entertained at Halloween party Friday evening for the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mr. T. Cherry Aldridge of Lancaster. Masters in Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Fester and It was greatly enjoyed by his guests. children were recent visitors to relaByers who Mr. and Mrs. James tives near Brodhead. have been vsiting the family of his Prof. Caskcy Tomerlin was a guest brother-in-laMr. (John Royston, Monday night at the home of Mt. E. have returned to their home in De B. Ray of Teatcrsiille. troit. Mr. and Mrs. George Teater of family who Mr. Jim Speaks and Madison spent Tuesday night with living in Colorado for two have been Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater. last years returned to Kentucky Mcsdames Robert Long of Lancasweek. Mr. Spcake is not quite suro ter, W. B. Ray and J. M. Anion wero of locating yet. in Danville Wednesday shopping. Miss Emily II. Bourne of West Miss Annie May and Master Clem-nig- ht Friday to atLancaster come over of Misses Bernicc nnd Bessie given by Mrs. Naylor tend the party mon May were guests Wednesday Miss Alice and was the guest of Teater and Master Edward Teater. Sutton until Monday. Mr. Jim Padgett had his skull badThe Shears Bros bought 70 acres ly fractured Sunday night in un enof land which was surveyed from the counter with his wife. Drs. Acton lower part of the R. K. Speake farm and Edwards operated on the patient for $225. per acre. The deal was Monday morning and he is reported made with J, I. Hamilton. in a serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Naylor and chilThe ladies of the church formed a donation party for Rev and Mrs. dren of Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs. Skagg on last Thursday evening at Frank Land, Misses Sallie' Lou Nay. Hum-phr- ey two P. M. About 150 pounds of lor and Inez Land, Messrs Ben and Howard Land and Master preserves, flour, potatoes, jellies, canned goods and many other useful Elgin Grow were guests Sunday of things made the budget that was left Mr. and Mrs. John Land. Mr. and Mrs. George Teater of at the parsonage. This was not the regular meeting Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater of the Ladies Working Society but and Mr. John Land made a very enthe president called the Society to joyable motor trip to BardVtown, order for business and 4 new mem- Wednesday and Thursday, Mr. Geo. bers were enrolled making 6 mem-be- n Teater has purchased a jwed farm that have been added to the roll near that city to which m content plates moving Jan. 1st. this year. TheCeritrai Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 13, 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 or the new belted Suits and Overcoats In HART SCHAFFNER Quality & Style 5 MARX and other well know brands at $25.00, STETSON $30.00, $35.00, COOPERS $40.00, $45.00, and $50.00 SHIRTS. HATS. UNDERWEAR. WILSON Shoes for the whole family. Quality carried out in every line. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Conwiulit 1919. JAS. W. SMITH that "a man only lives once." We have only one chance to be young, and if we don't get nil of the fun out of life in our youth, our appetites may be dulled by the lapse of time before we are able to indulge them at leisure. So we don't control our appetites. We refuse to blend our industry with consistent economy. We go the pace in our youth, and feel the lack of affluence in the decline of life. If we could make the two virtues industry and economy inherent, permanent and universal in this town, we as a community would then indeed set a pace a different pace a pace of prosperity and happiness which would shed the radience of peace and joy from the beginning to the end of life. And such a thing is possible right in this community in this town among ourselves. Y. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 'Cvpjlifbt IlartSchiffntrfcMatT ll,ll"tWiSiitf Mm The Central Record Issued Weekly. 1.50 a Year. Payable In Advance. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. K. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Post Office in LanMall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Lucastcr, Kr.. No.ember 13. 1919 Press Association League. Member Kentucky and Eighth District Publishers Ratet For Political Announcements. For Precinct and City Offices $5.00 10.00 Kdr County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For. Calls, per line j .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line ,05 Obituaries, "per line GOOD WORDS FOR BAD. Often a good reputation is seriously impaired by a careless word or two said in jest and repeated in thoughtlessIt is the same in this ness. community as in all others. not . Men and women can guard too well their tongues in this respect. It is not good that our citizens be constantly exposed to the impairment of their good names because some other person, in a moment of thoughtlessness or in a spirit of vindictiveness, makes questionable allusions to them without the facts to substantiate such derogatory state ments. We are all interested in this town and the surrounding territory. We want to see it grow, and thrive, and blossom with prosperity. We want to see it a model community. I!ut it will never be other than just what we of the community make it. If we insist on constantly hammering each other, we can only expect a battered wreck as the result. Hut if we remember that in all people there is some good, and look to and speak of the best in life rather than the worst, it will have a wonderfully beneficial result. If each of us will search out his own faults, and correct them, we will be doing quite as much as the Lord expects of us individually. If a stone must be cast, withhold your arm. Let the constituted officials handle the case. It is better than an indiscriminate shower of missiles, whether they be verbal or otherwise. This is OUR town. Let us HOOST, and not shove. MAKc YOURSELF COMFORTABLE. Statistics have proved that by economy and ( industry exercised continually, not sporadically any wage earner or salaried man can make himself financially independent long before he is old. But how many of us do? The reason why we don't is Cracks At Creation. Hooie in still easy to gct in your dreams. When husband and wifr disagree the lawyer begins tu figure his dividend. When your husband Rets peeved let him alone. He expects tu be coddled. About the best way to rid Jour-sel- f of an unwelcome income tax is to pay it. NORTHERN SEED RYE. Timothy Seed, Kentucky Blue Grass And Orchard Grass. CREMO DAIRY FEED WILL MAKE YOUR COW GIVE MORE MILK. HOG FEED, Wheat and Rye Middlings, Salt Tonic Blocks For Hogs, Horses, Sheep and Cattle. Genuine Kanawha Salt Carey-tee- d Aristocratic bootleggers object to the name. They prefer not to be recognized at all. Honest labor is an abomination to the bum. That, however, is the reason he is a bum. The Pope urges women to tight immodesty in dresa. That, houeter, is some rough on the men. Some day, of course, we will know who really started the war. Uut. in the meantime somebody did it. A perfectly FOIt SALK CIIKAP good pair of feet. Shoe leather is too expensive for their retention. BEST FOR CURING AIKAT. OBELIS- K- The Quality Flour. Portland Cement, Rock, Sand, Brick. DANGER EITHER-WATrades unionism is an excellent thing; it is a weapon against the tyranny of capital. Capital is a necessary thing; without it no industry can develop. But the overdevelopment of either is dangerous to democracy and democracy must survive and must rule. When either of them attempts to be master rather than servant of the body politic, our freedom and our national existence is menaced by a disaster as grave as invasion by a foreign foe. Radicalism either way will accomplish no good results. llooze is riming around at $10.00 a gallon, with millions of seeker and Some lid. that' mighty few finders. Another national calamity threatturkey is ens. The Thanksgiving becoming restless and may go on strike. Tomorrow is the lucky day of some people. It never come. Coin another word. "Strike" has been worn to a frazzle. BOURNK. THE SISTERS FAITH Master Kdward Sprake is iuite ill. Present conditions indicate that industrial chaos is headed our way, W. Mr. mid .Mrs. ('. Thompson and the fellow who can't get from spent Sunday with Mr and Mr. Curunder may go under. tis Saddler. Mis. Klla Kidil of Lexington, was There's at least one consolation When the guest Wednesday night of her in these day of sky prices. your money give out 'he profiteer is sister, Mrs. S. II. Speoke. too proud to wear your shirt. .Mr ami Mrs. Homer Humphrey Sunday spent Saturday night and Kach day we look expectantly for ml Mrs. J B. another illuminating remark from with her parent Mr.a Nirholasville. the governor of North Carolina to j Shcrrow of Mr Lee Speake of lluney Grove, j the governor of South Carolina, Texas, was visiting his nephews, It. K .Mr. Wilson lm inducted at least Messra S, II.. J. T U K. We represent one of the largest Roofing manufac Ford Will Bring Them Back. Tho following appeared a few days Register" of ago in the "State Springfield, Illinois. "Many are the stories of Henry Ford and his popular automobile, but Ilillsboro is relating what it call tho best of the season, and the facts in the case nro true. It happened in one of the leading churches of tho city thut the pastor took for the text of his sermon, 'Hetter Church "Tho pastor held that the uutomo- away bilu has taken more people from church than any other thing. Ho concluded with the exclamation: 'The Ford car has taken more people to hell than any other thing that I can mention.' Whereupon an old lady in the congregation began to clap her hands and moan 'Praise the Lord I Praise the Lord!' "What's the matter sister!" asked tho pastor. "Tho Ford never went any place thut it couldn't make the round trip, and I am suro that all of thoso people in hell will be back, she answered. So praise the Lord", and He is the only one one distinction, who has ever presidentcd here and in a foreign country at the Mime time. and keep Take life as it come moving. It will not hustle for you. The wise man greets his friend with a smile. The fool gives him u I Speake a part of last week. Mr Joe Aldridge and family of Lancaster, and .Mr. K. Range and family of Wolf Trail spent Sunday 'with Mr and Mrs. J. P. Humm. I Miss Lou Klla Doolin attended the pie supper at Herring school house. Saturday night and was the guest of her cousin. Miss Ida .Mae Ilourne. 'I he many friend, and relatives of Mr. and .Mr. J W Speake are glad to know that they have derided tu make their home again in Kentucky after hating hied almost two years in the west They say. they liked the nest, but el there is no pluco s like "Home" grunt. It is no longer stylish for a rich American girl to marry a foreign nobleman. European title are about the only things on earth that hate not udvanced in price. Having saved Europe from itself, come to the America will again front and save it from starvation. They always coma to the fellow who has anil is willing to give. I turers in the South. As all kinds of material are advancing, you should place your order NOW for Roofing We can save .you money and give you a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. Apparently, however, that much heralded drive against the high cost of living is still In the heralding stage. More acton and less bluffing would bo welcomed by the man who pays the freight. Conn -r- Brothers. , PIES, PIES, PIES. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." r-IS HI )F1 tH The people of Rural School No. 1, Division No. 4, of county, will give a pie supper at the Bethel School House, Satur HO It SALK: -- Duroc sow and day night, November 15th, 1019, for seven pigs. O. R. Carpenter, the benefit of the Orphan's Home at the Hills . at Garrard Mill. Louisville Ky. end 18th. ,rm H"oU B" WHht' M.st.rpiet. "The Shepherd of Romans Opera House, Monday and Tuesday, November 17th. I. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 13. 1919. SECTION 2 THMTIETHIYIAR NUKBIR 33. Teeth and Disease. BUREAU OF COUN- - I I Window Glass ALL siZES. I Most people are eager to be phy- Inilly und mentally but' ' efficient, . .. irw people mny rccognue utul np-- t prociiiit thf horvirr of Ihc dentist us CVCtttGCl Importance of dentistry an n binnrli of medical service is hecom-fi- r more evident every ilay. Kcccnt medical iljrcotrrlm cniphitiize the fact that the dentist plays the leading ride in the nllevintion mill cure of ninny dicaics that for )enr were consiilercd incurable. Ill health condition traceable to bad teeth lire many and varied about 1!!0 diseases traced to bail teeth. Most of there diseases ore due to s The growing In the mouth arc car-rie- d to some weak spot in the body where they produce the secondary lisease. There are many disease-producin- g s that develop in dirty mouths, such as tuberculoids, pneu monia, inllucnza, etc. Innumcrnhl liseanes such a typhoid, yellow fevc ami tetanus, that formerly decimated mankind, buve almost been drive from the earth by the bacteriologist anil the physician, by the use of vac cincs and nerums. The scrum urn luce an Immunity in the blood, On the other band, there some place in the body, with certain If eases, u small focus of bacteria continually maintained that does no levelop immunity, but is constantly throwing out u supply of bacteria and their poisons. Such persons are sub ject to recurring colds on the slight. st provocation, recurring neuralgias 'muscular rheumatism," lumbago sore muscles at the back of the neck. eti In the past, and fremientlv now, it is the practice to say that the patient Is subject to such attacks, make local applications and wait fo nature to effect a cure. If for any cause the resistance of the body is lowered, the attack re curs, ami, once n part is affected by tnc microbe, it becomes more liable I'he Uiy HEALTH WORK Bv The State A Board of Health. Ilecause of the desire anions number of counties to maintain ef. ficlent, full-tim- e Health Officers, the Kentucky State Hoard of Health has created a liurcau of County Health Work, whose activities will be sorely devoted to assisting in financing and promoting the work of such depart nients. Ir, r. . Covington, of the In ternational Health Hoard, has been loaned to the State for the purpose of assuming the Directorship of the a large part of his time will be devoted to assisting codnty heallh authorities in organiz ing; luu-uni- e health ilepnrtments. Dr. Covington brings to the State, wide experience in such word, having spent the last ten years In organizing county health departments throughout the South, as well as in some of the foreign countries. The State Hoard of Health is now in position to gie $5000.00 annually to the first five counties making a like appropriation. The $10,000.00 thus providede for, in each of the live counties, to be used in employing nj physician, trained in puldit l.eulthj worn, anil an adequate number of assistants, such as public health nurses, microscopists and sanitary in spectors, who will devote their entire time to the prevention of sickness within the county. the State Hoard of Health expects to show nt the end of the lirtt year's work such a decrease in the death rate from preventable diseases, in th five counties selected, as will create n uesirc among a large number of counties for such department, u. wnicn u is nopcil that such arrange mcnis win have been made as will enable the Hoard to financially co operate with most of the counties or groups of counties In the State. Roof Paints ALL KINDS .automobile built. operate and maintain than any other Our customers are regularly reporting mileages from it of from 18 to 25 per gallon of gasoline and from 8,000 to 12,000 on tires. We know that this Oakland Sensible Six Touring Car costs less to own, REAL INVESTMENT flc Roberts DRUGSTORE. Touring Car, $10Ti, Roadster, 1I074; Sedan, $181, Coupe, $1630 F.O.U. I'outlac, Mich. Additional for wire wheel equipment. $75 I Roger Aldridge Dealer. Lancaster, Ky. LP " Mr. e3E5,1 Parmer- LIGHT llureau. in the beginning Remember that we sell that good WESTERN ELECTRIC PLANT, I Water Works SEE & Furnaces us BASTIN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. irifJJl fa irii 1 i ADAPTABILITY Is one- to repeated attacks. secret of Success. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Probalily tlicrc u nonthcr car that every day in the year meets the demand of the physician as docs the Ford Counc, with its permanent top, i liroad seat and deep upholstering, its sliding plate glasj windows, by whichin a minute the car is changed from a closed car to an open car. Equipped with an clectricstartine ami lighting system, demountable rims with 3Jj inch tires all around and embodying all the established merits and economies of the Ford car. Ixt us look after your Ford car and you will get genuine Ford parts and skilled work. manslnp Haselden Bros. Garage Lancaster, Ky. Frost Superior Pence Salt $3.50 The y has been of inestimable value in determining the presence of focal infections due to diseased teeth by bringing to view hidden areas infection within the jaws not visable to the ec. Most of these areas are found at the ends of the roots of dead teeth. Porcelain teeth are usually placed mi ui.ui icewi, anu ueau teeth are rafest when extracted. Uitrst research work has proved mat Head teeth become infected sooner or later, l'yorrhea adds its share to infection of the system. Germ-lade- n cavities are, likewise. constantly pouring their share of germs Into the system. Can it be doubted, when these things are known to be true, that the mouth plays an important part in the con- dition of our health? Insanitary mouths are the incuba tors for millions of colonies of steptococci and staphylococci, the germs that do not produce an immun ity, but constantly add poison to the system until the resistance is broken down. Kven diseases that are not directly caused by insanitary mouth conditions are greatly aggravated by these conditions When the blood stream is constant ly poisoned by pus germs contin uousiy poureit Into it there must come a time when the resistance is broken down and the human machine is laid up for repair, There can be no doubt that half of the diseases that take toll of mankind' will be controlled when dentistry has succeeded in teaching people to keep their mouths clean and their teeth In condition to masticate their food properly. The world does not yet reulue what dentistry can do for humanity. Uc.in, sound teeth in n clean, healthy mouth means health and happiness. M. S. HATFIKLI), I). D. S. REPORT Of Garrard Countv Health and Welfare League. October, 1919. M. tt. Frost. Public Health Nurse. Number of patients carried from previous month fl . Number of patients (new) 12 Number of visits . 61 Number of unrecorded visits. 35 Number of business visits . 10 1 Obstetrical Cases Number of cases dismissed 10 Number of cases died 1 . Number of cases carried to next month 7 Number of Metropolitan Cases.. 23 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 Sth wheel. strain on the ... It dis- tributes the strain on the bolster and sand board, and does away with the chucking motion of the front gear on rough roads. Yours for Smooth Running, .... Total .jo WILL THE INFLUENZA RETURN? Public Health Authorities Predict its Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Up Recurrence. Guard Against It By Uuildinf Th, Blood. Pepto-Manca- n CREATES Rich Red Blood and ilncreaiei Strength. (adv.) The Cautious Elephant Ancient rhrnntrles Ml in Hint the Itnmnns sometimes test.il their mill tnry bridges by sending nn elephant out nn Hioin and then watching to set whether the cautious bea6t would cross. IJven to this day Ilia natives Id India set great store by the elephant's caution. per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Jinni Watson Srs, "I'll Never For- get When Father's Hois Cot Cholera. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTS VILLI, KY. "One morning he found 20 hogs dead and several sick. He called In the Vet. who after dissecting a rat caught on the premises, decided that the rodents had conveyed germs. Since then I am never without HAT-SNA- It's the surest, quickest rat destroyer I know." Three slice, 25c, 60c, 1.00. Sold and guaranteed by it Is not Furnished McRoberts Drug Store and Haselden in both liquid and tablet form. For Bros, Lancaster, Nov. adv. sale by all druggists. adv. l'epto-Manga- Surgeon General llluc, of the Uni ted States I'ublie Health Service, in recent statement from Washing ton, warns the public that the much- readed Influenza epidemic will prob-- l lily return this fall and winter. All I medical authorities agree that the n weak, bloodlet, Individual mure likely to contract this (as ell as any other Infectious disease) d than is the strong, robust, ed man or woman. In view of these facts, it Is wise to use every effort build up the blood and thus in crease the bodily resistance to the ill usion of the germs of the disease. Is an absolute- Guile's l'epto-Manga- n d dependable builder In all conditions of lowered vitality not ue to serious disease of the vital organs. It improves the appetite, imparts color to the cheeks, and creates new- - hope and ambition In those who have become pale, weak, Physicians recommend nd listless. Gude's l'epto-Mangayou When order, be sure the word "Gude's" Is on the package. Without "Gude's" THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR The Chevrolet Motor Car is in every respect. Built for Bervice and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Palat Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 13, 1919 GOVERNMENT SHEEP FARM EXPERIMENTS Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR Several Important Results tained on Idaho Ranch. Ob WRIGLEYS 5 5 c a package Flock Handled In Same Manner it Are All Similar Band In Hands of Wyoming Stockmen Work to B Extended. Stiles Depart-mcof Agriculture.) Scleral results iif Importance tn western rlire men have lipcti ascertained liy eiNTltiictil nt the government Mieep much nenr Dubdl. ttlnlin, Mhlch has Iwn In operation two yeiirs. Formerly It wn customary for ranee sheep men to discard ewes which did not bear lambs when two rnin old.' hxtcnslve Investigations by the depart-- 1 men of agriculture hate developed) Hint -- mil ewes arc Jul us tntuahlc for future breeding in those width bear! Iiimbs ns twt-- ) ear-olImlivlilii.il records nre kept on the' government sheep rnrirh relative to Ihoi nrleht of fleece, length sf fleece, char-- ' nctcr of fleece, fineness of fiber ami mutton quality of rach nnlmal, white I (lelnlled account Is maintained of I In-- ! offspring of riich ewe. The particular utility of tin- - results obtained rles fnim the fact Hint I In- - flock I handled Jimt n nre nil similar hands of thorp III the hands of Wjnmliiz stoknru. Ilxperlinents are being coiidudcd to develop n type of sheep more suitable to the western riuiKo conditions tin 11 the tjpes now prevalent. It Is hopiil to pxtrnd this work In lioth mutton conformation mid length nnd weight of fleece. There are nt present nhoiit 1,Mt head of purebred Itnnihoiilllets, I.lnHum roln ItamlMiulllrts, t'otswold houlllct, I.clter ltninloiilllots mid llniiiiiiy Itninhoiilllrls on the gotcrii Crossbreeding expert' ineiit riiiiih. mini." nro being conducted wii nil these brml and crosses, ns well tin" use of purebred ("orrlcdnlcs, which hare hecn mated with crossbred owe- -, RAISE MORE BREEDING (ITfparfJ by the ITnllrd before the war c a package during the war, 5 c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. SOWS Religion In a Dream. Tn dream that nu nro taking part (Prepared by the Unit..! Flalf, Depart In church with n large ' mtni or Acru uni.re ) congregation Is Mild to foretell riches Kven greater than Ihe record iium WITH HEAVY late In life. Hut If the nltendance ll tier of breeding snwn on farms In the thin, heware, they say, of slander I United Stales n year ago, Ihe number I on April 1 this Seems to Be General Opinion. jear reached the tin total "Tell me what company you keep, Don't give It a chance Zma'?. m"'; n con- - precedenled bureau ofofiyiTn.n. nccord. to The nolle of the I Ing to the crop estimates, n . ,, and I will tell you what you are." tet in use Dr. King tlnuous one. When he Is hurt he United Mules department of agrlrul proverh that I" found In similar form among the French. Spanish, Italians, when his kyurk upsets and lure. While the uverage gain for the smiles; New Discovery I precipitates lilm Into Icy water he whole country over last )car Is only Dutch nnd other". Anything so wldelj smiles; when he Is friendly he smiles Wt per cent there were gains greater accepted must he true. than this In of the states and as I " orTppe! -high us 8 per cent In California. I1 - might get the heller of jou may ""I". I"Good Stickers." niliiNhisl numbers In the great wlne im- mull J Oil II11IIK, ITOinpl There nre pome practleal "make--l w ith Dr. Kiiik's New -- Discovery Hates of Iomii, Missouri, Nebraska shifts" for mucilage. The white of an ' will aert n ImiK niece. The Crow Family. and (Iklahonin nre sufficient will he found quite us good fori For fifty years It has loosened con- Tli.. f,.,i- f,i,.,tlc I. ,.lAM.l t. nmt. lmlsliinu barely n gain to the United to leave scaling letters. Another substitute Ml States as n whole. :t cold boiled jmtato rulihcd over the roughs, ,v"r1'1 "s ,,eln': l'slily orcanlied (ilve It to tho youngsters Under the pressure of tho tirrrssl I paper. take It yourself. Thero wlfl be no disa-- l than any .other. Mnnneiis iraw- - Hie lies of the war the brredlng sows on .. Cns-alil- e t honor to the eagles, because of farms April 1, 1018. had been raised . (Hie. ...... ...... ., I.Alt n lltlll VI "II ll.. miuir. wl JUUI (li.Ti- ,..11.' ..f Wheat Alwayt Preferred Food. t.." per rent over W17, n druuRlM's. .n(. ii ii irui. rcmarkahl i, k. n.riii... fr.,r...,r While more people nre llvlm: In tho cr nnd l'rnfesor Newton, ngreeil In world today dependent umn rice than the highest place to the cor--' Bowels Become Normal uimn whent for .uliNl.tence mid n liver lhens up. bile Hows freely ' j Brealer numlur of the hiimnn family- tonirue-fii- r. biliousness. live uiKin millet thnn nny other cereal heiid.iehe, (.toiuacli'souriievs, ilNapjicnr when Dr. food, wheat l the preferred King's New l.lfe I'ills get In their Territory Taken From Spain. r'V-r.1. nmnng the higher civilized peojiles. natural, comfortable action. V At the close of the war Spain I'urpithes, never pleasantly correc- the American government with Tho more prusrelyo peoples of the olitnlneil tive, Mituetlmes shoulfl possession of I'orto Illco, (iiiain nnd earth have ver heen wheat eaters. not be taken to ruck the system Oralns of whent lime heen illcovered Nuturr'a way Is the way Dr. Ihe Philippines, ngreelng to ;iny Spnln King's New Ufa I'llls gentlyof but ?:,(),n'il.'TO nnd give Spanish ships speIn Esyptlan tomhs of the first djnas. ty, (latins Luck 4,IKM H. t, while firmly functioning g the bowels, elimi- cial trading privileges In the rhlllp-- i nating the Intestine-clogginwaste, und bread of wheat has heen excavated promoting tho most grutlfjllig results. pines fur ten ears. Neither state--! . .v Jtf from the ruins of the pn historic lake Cleanse the Hjstvm with them and IohhI nor rlllzenshlp was promised to dwellers of Wasner und Itnbenlinusen know the boon of regular bowels. 3c. nny of ihe Islands tnken over and they at ull (lrufglisis. In Switzerland. A Bunch of Mortgage Lifters. lire governed as territorial possessions, i What Eve Missed, Kve tnlzht never havi harkened to the voice of the temptei "If she had had n movie to go to. Dallas News. Remarkable Evidence of Cxpanilve Power of Swine Numbers In Practical Farming. ruithcrmnre, CHEST CLOGGED UP In n Fervltw 187 I CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY, BANK. "to? OF LANCASTER '. " Mt I Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON II. V. Hudson, "ROLL OF HONOR.' V Pres. President, J J. Walker. W O Uigney, W. V. Champ, Cashier, Asit Cuchirr. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N C Hamilton. Clerk. fd rAWliiiiiM s:' DC 31 ICZZ3C DC DC 3C tSV' Have Your Tires Retreaded ass v.itii .1 Lrue.vaffjsfv Farm Bargains FARM NO. 1. Situated on the Richmond nnd Lancaster turnpike, ami contains 2 IT Is a Kently rolling farm, very fertile soil, ia5 dandy 10 room dwellintr, stock barn, two you could wish for. Well watered, has about 50 tennnt houses, and every kind of acres of old blue grusa sod that will produce anything, and this can be subdivided into you 137 ncres wth all improvements excepting one tenant FARM. NO. 2. nnd will sell house, and also FARM NO. 3 Containing HO acres excellant land and very accessable to the pike with small dwelling on same. FARM NO. 4 Situated on good pike only about 100 yards from Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and contains 278 acres, well improved with good 0 room dwelling, one tenant house, two good barns and n farm known throughout (larrurd County ns being a good one nnd this will be priced subdivided into smaller tracts. FARM NO. 5. Situated on (lood pike, near schools nnd churches with good H room dwelling, large barn that will house about 10 acres of tobacco. Well watered and good fencing, excellant lund nnd can be bought nt u bargain price of $150.00 per acre, contains 104 ncres. FARM NO. G situated on good pike in Paint Lick High School district, contains new 0 room bungalow and new 40x40 tobacco barn, good tenant house nnd stock barn with sheds attached, This one will not be for sale many days at $225.00 per acre, contains only 70 acres. FARM NO. 7 Situated only about 1,2 mile from good pike, In I'nlnt Lick High School district, good fl room dwelling, good stock nnd tobacco barn, now accommodates about li acres of tobacco, is well watered and will show you the best farm crops in tho vicinity. This farm Is priced right at. $150. 00 per acre and only contains 101 acres. FARM NO. 8 Situated on good pike has over $15,000,00 of Improvements equipped Just like you want it for biit farming enterprize. Is now making more money for the investment than any farm in the country'. Located only 3 4 miles from town. Will show you the best crop of Over 300 acres of this one in grass and 150 to 200 acres tobacco in the vicinity anywhere. ready to cultivate this next year. A bargain without a doubt has nearly a mile pike front. Can be bought at $105.00 per ncre, worth $200 per acre, , Let me sell you a farm or sell your farm for you. acres. evidence of Ihe expansive lHiwcr of snlne iitimherx III practical f aniline opernllnns; und that this extruordl miry Increase III one Jinr should hiCse been held the next, und even u Utile exceeded, is. u notable fact In awlne history. We use the Dry-Cur- e Vulcanizing process of retreading-n- ot half sole- - and can rebuild a tire at less than half price. KEEP MANURE UNDER COVER 3S00IMILESkCUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on Blow-outsmake of tire. Phone 798. 4. Amount of Moisture In Pile Can Be Regulated Much Without Danger of Leaching. The mhnntnge of keeping manure under cover, whether piled on the ground or In pit, Is that the amount of moisture tn the pile ran be nrtlllclnlly regulated and with less danger of leaching thnn If It lies on the ground. In the open pit, mrplus of rnoWiire can not result In loss through leaching, but unless water or liquid manure Is pumped frequently over the pile It will fire fang through heating. With both leaching and heating guarded against, manure run be kept for considerable periods without nerlous deterioration In fertility. However, It Is always best to get manure ontn the Melds und under the surface ns soonds practical. The" best placo for manure to rot Is In the soil. RYE IS READILY Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Walnut Street. 21 Danville, Kentucky. sW lar-- ii cznc a PRESERVED W. 0. Office Phone 18. UIGNEY. Residence Phone 33. Resulting 8llage Is Not Satisfactory Because Plant Is Not Highly Palatable. Rye may lie preserved readily In the silo, but Ihe resulting silage Is not very scllsfuctory on account of Its not For best results II being palatable. should be pill Into the silo In Ihe blosstnge or even earlier. In fecd-usoming vulue (I Is somewhat belon Ihaj of corn silage. Funeral Director and Embalmcr. Lancaster, Kentucky. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 13, 9 9 1 J EUlSKU ra, aoaalaa: lum, B cm FARMER CAN MATERIALLY ' , IMPROVE HIS HAY REVENUE. BY CAREFUL PREPARATION u MMrif MM wiimny ska aola kr taa fra gist Ua atrlet rurutM thai ika pareaaaa fie, will bs ' rcaspttr rafaaaaa: la any tlaaas-- imtaul af sua vara, u, rt. . STORM ES DRUG STORE. VsafjrMCsar --; . i t,e mats ne W. A. WHEELER DENTIST . 4 vb- - . XDBBMP' fK6m 'jam Vs. Lay A Duty Hay Dating Scene. f .Dr. meni uf AatUulture.) Were It as ensy mid simple to save travel In In hti)lng a press ii circle. liny when It rains n It In to make hay of this the purchaser should pay when olil Sol has lila M.lt furnaces especial tjpe attention to The jsiwcr inerh-- , working to capacity, liny producing and t niilsiu, the material uiil for linior- n markctjiig .rll.-inwould. In ii cer-lai- taut parts of the press, slr of the In- - simplified. To iut it feed opening, plunger Optometrist. gauge on - the weather man mnl lo reg- self feeding attachment, return device,nnd collieulate Hit- iiinniiiit of den, ruin nncl I lii t)lng DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. sunshine sened out during the hay- iileni-- nnd moving the bales and In setthe press. making season, would lie the liny farm-rr'- a lllif Opposite Gilcher Hotel. The reversible lever type of press lrrum iif I'topln. AltlioiiKh tlir Office Hour, 8 to 12 anil 1 lo S p.m. sometime called Ihe hnlf-clrcl- e Lay mlxT rminot iaili In on any audi Is. press, since the learn travels hnlf a n rlnn, I if an matrrlally I mprovf circle, turns nroiind, nnd pulls the M. S. lila liny rrtrnur ly nmrr rnrrful mnr levy to the other side, n charge of hay krt ir'niriitlnn of Ilia nih rrop of being pressed for each hnlf circle. This HATFIELD to lirlp Uncle Ham unlit foracr. Is euslly tsirlnhle nnd Is nhvnys trry funiirr to makr the inot of hla j t)po for work, since It Is not neces- ready DENTIST uri'liia hay crop, ami licnri- - lie haa snry in lake on me wnocia or lower Office ovar Th. Carrard Bank Itnlli'llii tOlii tlieni from the ground to the nxle or Jtit pnMlahrfl Farnir-rrhonas Office S. Rrsidance 376, which la repine In helpful lilnta a ml to stake tin front end of the press. KENTUCKY prarllrnl nicfe.llwit on wln-ii- , why, It tins ii smaller hour rapacity thnn LANCASTER. nnl how to hati' hay nml inaiinKe lial- - Ihe continuous-triI press and reI Inc quires u teiim to operate Hay la cratlnl ncmrillui; to I lie way It In capacity. In nhli'h It la tiatnl. Ilalra of uniLarge Growers Use Power. form arlco nml of nont, Bttrnctlrn Ijirge hay growers nnd shippers who hrlns top prlrea, oilier con. MINERAL DIRECTOR illll.'iii lirlnc quill, nhllr rairceil, , buy und bale large quantities of hay lule are prnnllzril. In liallne ' generully Use power presses. These Oillre Over National Hank. hay for market, Tarlnua prnrtlcea lire lire In common use In sections where Residence I'hone 3. Ollice l'hnne'27 the usual practice Is lo hale huy from In operation; tniiw lire folluweil LANCASTER. KY. In unlrr to htoIiI extra the windrow or the cock, such ns the ulfnlfn and Johnson crass und prairie ork, while othcra nro followed with Intent to deceive the hay sections of the South. They ure luiyer, which tenda In lower the innr j sometimes used In preference to the tyjie on nlfnlfu und Johnson ket olur of hay In the hale Irre- - t i grass hay farms, een where the hay kperlhe of ll actual qunllty acreage Is comparatively small, any The new department of aurlculture p'uhllcHtlon deacrlhea th vnrloua typea from Ml to 75 acres, for the reason that ' of hay pr.MO.en, llirues their nilaptn-hlllt- y they will hale hay about twice ns fast e Kontuok? Paint Lick. nnd operation under dltTerrnt Ins It could be done with a ' press, thereby greatly lessening the romlltUiiia. ami clei ilelalled Information ronrenilnc the manocement of hnl-In- e danger of Injury to hay due to bad crewn. The Uetlon of on nine n weather. pre or hlrlnc the work of lulling la I As poner to drive liny presses, the n,linir w, rather fully ronturcd, na It la he. Sl.llill many hay crowera who pelllnc, has been almost entirely suPromptly Day or llerwllilnthat CalU Answered by the gasoline or kerosene custom halera would do well perseded now engine. Willi n gas engine there Is no to cite rnrefnl ronlderatlon to the Nikt. Phona 317 that limy accrue from hav-j'ln- e need for nn engine und n water haul KFNTUCKY LANCASTER. er. A few onners employ nil engineer pre on the farm. when doing custom haling with n fast Typaa of Prenea Dltcuned. Prrawa are divided Into three working crew, because he Keeps the ento ihe manner Ip gine going and snves expensive loss of iirrorillnc or hot time on Hie part of Ihe press crew. which the hale la made erM-tiia- l or contlnuoii I When the crew Is hired by the ton the preaea. preea. Thee men are noi pani ior nine iosi on ac preMea, und round-halFine;Cut Flowers. nnd In such inachlnea are oernted either hy how count of n hreuk-donan not often em power or hy atponi. Eamllne or kero- cases engineer John M. pre. ployed. Usually one of the press sene rnslnea. The periM-tua- l pular type In nil ( crew looks lifter the engine when It re uhlch la the inoxt un lurms nnere aectlnna where liny la grown for mar- quires attention, B. ket, feature roiitlnuotia prelnt; that tractors are used. If the tractor la'nnt ' la. hay la fed Into the ireaa, a fork-- i needed for other csentlul work when It r ful at n time, und the finished hale N Is (line to bale hay. the belt Ion-eillvdmreed from the opposite end of press should ordinarily be usel, since KENTUCKY. the hale chamher without ctopplnu the It costs less than the motor press, and STANFORD, pre. If the luiy la properly fed Into since It would not be good business to i the pma It will be may to aepnrnte GIVE ME A TRIAL. ue n motor press while a tractor hale Into na many portlona for stands Idle. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ithe Thorough discussion Is nlso given In na there are numbers of rhargea I" the hale, which varlea from this government publication to the ImI il or 8 to 15 or "JO. The first hoi prcusea portant features of power presses, the N. L. PREWITT nnd were operated hy hand, hut now they difference between the light-dutpresses, the longevity of are run hy horsepower or hy enclne. heavy-dut- y The hot preM nlwaja mnkea halea hav- the press, us well as facts about the Auctioneer ing the ome or even" length, il cry economic operation of these presses. ' valuable feature when loading enra. The capacity of the press depends, to SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, n large extent, upon the skill of the Round Bait a New Kind. One of the moat recent types of crew operating It. The 4venige power Ky.. R. F D. No. : Lancaster. pres.ea mukea a cylindrical hale, hound press should hale from 0 lo .10 tons day. The capacity of a with binding twine nnd hnvlng nn nlr in a BOOKKEEPING pace running lengthwise through Its power press under averagea conditions e lBaa.Phoaoariphy' ''i nter. Tills preaa was designed ao Is about twice that of TYPEWRITING and Hint liny hnled from the windrow press. ouhl cure out after It wua lulled, the Economy of Buying a Press. TELEGRAPHY The advisability of buying a hay INEtt C9LIEQE I hole In the center being Intended to :JiU.i,. r.l.-J- .allow nlr In clreulnte through the hale press depends uiHin the amount of fcn TMraof iriaBc la irfitll tu nnd prevent heating. Thlx bale la not buy to he baled yearly, the likelihood na easily torn npnrt n the continu of being able to obtain n crew when ously pressed bale. It being necessary needed und the rule charged by those chop or M'llt it lengthwls with nn making a business of doing custom balto in or other edged Implement. When ing. Whether It will pay the grower round hales ure fed In open hunks or to own ii press depends upon whether on the ground In the feed lot, they uru the total cost of baling. Including lanot opened; the unliiuil pulls nut the bor, repairs. Interest and depreciation, liny by a mouthful tit n time. It Is Is less than the rate charged hy the t claimed that this way of feeding the custom baler. j buy prevents waste. The practice of baling hay directly j perpetual presses, made from the windrow or cock originated ' by reliable concerns, ro capable of In the aemlarld West, where the weathturning nut the aamo kind of bales er does not often Interfere with haye na are made by the regulation making. This method has ulso tpreud presses. They ure designed for to the nlfalfu and Johnson grass lund , the farmer who has a small average areas of tho South, where the weath rec er often la unfavorable. I of liny, and they can ho especially It Is popuommended for the small nay grower lar because It saves labor as comIs 111 n section where little hay pared with stacking or putting hay If he Is grown nnd where hay presses lire Into the barn. For Instance, In Kansas For th Trtatmtnfof scarce and hard to hire. The only ob- und Nebraska It requires about 114 TuWrcuo,i jection to this type of press Is Its man hours and 1 horse hour to put a Maintained by the Loulivillo mull production h day, If the pros- - ton of hay Into the stark Willi u stackAitoclation for pectlve purchuser Is in doubt as to er after It has been brought lo the lt the adnjuile treatment of which alxe to buy. It would probably stack with a push rake. Th cost of In tit lit itaget at tta I ne ueiier in many lusiaoces ior liini labor for stacking aloue, during 1018, nil. Kate, 15.00 (wr week, Ine press. The one-hor- wua about 0(k cents a ton. This, work to buy the cluding board, medical attention, press can he used to advuntage la entirely eliminated when hay is laundry, tic. IUch ground DelightIf huy la baled from the stack or barn haled from the Meld, tho saving of laful surrounding,. Special rates for nt a time when there la no urgent bor being much greater In sections Ir. tniUw.t II actH,rr. need to do other farm work. where It la customary to handle hay .MHill aoMlM. tmd hr PmrtfUv continuous-tThe SWiH at fttfiku tm Ck4tf4, tUmdwmi hy hand. Grower are able to extend ravel, perpetual preas Is the type the IuUm M . XMiinV.. a. season by ballig part of horse press most extensively used. of their hay from the windrow during operating this machine the horsaa propitious weather and stacking or In (holding th baling until th tush of work U over. (Irneral Anesthetics Local ami I'nin Reduced to tlir Administered. method Moat modern minimum, employed, All work guaranteed. Office over Stnrmes' I'rug Store Ijinrastcr, Ky, Phono 'iS'J, a bet on rolling 'em with (ITfpartJ t.y lit frlini Hist-- a HMuri- - J.J.Byrne Exclusive PRINCE ALBERT e" Kt, (in., the national joy smoke ROLLING your own cigarettes with Prince Albert is just L about as joy'us a sideline as you ever carried around in grip ! For, take it at any angle, you never got such quality, flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your will present you I life as every "P. A. home-madPrince Albert put3 new smolccnotions under your bonnet I It's so jelightful rolled into a cigarette and, so easy to roll ! And, you just take to it like you been doing it since away back I You see, P. A. is crimp cut and a cinch to handle I It stays put and you don't lose a lot when you rou'ff Aw'Vni ytr sir-sfind toppy rrd hag t, oar isnif.9fn9 pound mi fttlt pound tin humidor mndthMt tUaty. prmttital rf pound ctrtHU9 humidor mnth tporgo moittfnor top that korpm Pnnco Albrt tit ucA porfed condition t R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company re. J. A. Beazlev start to hut tho paper around the tobacco! Youll like Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do in a home-rolle- d cigarette, tool Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has led three men to smoke pipes where one was smoked before. Yes sir, Prince Albert blazed the what a wad of smokesport will rippla your way way. And, every time you fill up y, 1 M. l. PATRICK, Dentist. ( Furniture Polish. This Is n polish used by a cabinet One-haI maker who learned the trade: raw linseed oil, three tablespoon- fuls turpentine, two tablcspoonfuls al-- j cohol, three tahlesiswinfuls vinegar. I Shake well before using. Dreaming of Cats. With the exception of black ones. It Is said that to dream of cats Is un-pilucky. If the animals scratch, the dreamer must beware of a rival In love. To dream of chat lug a cat means disappointment over something. Inexpensive Fun. Trobably complaining about everything all the time does no real good, hut It seems to be about the only way we can have any fun at all and still live within our means. Ohio State Journal. Printus Walker nrrrniiiiniiu vticninnninn. Honaker Auctioneer. clae, AT AUCTION Saturday, Nov. 15 TWO O'CLOCK, P. M. loe McRoberts. J. DINWIDDIE, 60 Boyle ACRES Countij Land rrl4i wmm Hazelwood Sanatorium BELONGING TO C. P. WADE. LOCATION : The very belt and most desirable location you could want, one mile from the historical town of Perryvllle; only 8 miles from Danville, the beat 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 mile from L. and N. Railroad. Close to schools, Churches and markets. In a neighborhood of cultured and refined people. Perryville has two Banks, splendid Graded and High School, Flour Mill and other business houses. This Dandy Little Farm is all very fertile and productive land, 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 sold in two tracts, one tract of 40 acres and one of 20 acres. IMPROVEMENTS: 4 room dwelling, with 2 porches, 4 acre tobacco 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 at 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 soldi 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 hay, new wagon, cultivator, binder, mowing machine, hay rake, plows, wagon gears, Ford car, household and kitchen furniture. For further particulars inquire of SwinebroaiJ, The Real Estate Man W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, 'Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 13. 1919 v WE ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THE Richmond Tobacco Market I Wednesday, Dec. 3rd MHHMHIIMMIHHIWHw ! The TOBACCO WAREHOUSE will open to receive your tobacco Monday, November 24th Sales Wednesday, December 3rd, under same management THE HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. By I. M. Hume and W. E. Luxon. KNOCKS OUT Incorporated. Mrs. Charles Howard. A RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Lady In Chicago Telegraphs Rat-Sna- PAN THE flRST ROUND Comforting relief from pain makes Sloan's the World's Liniment This lamoin reliefer ol rheumatic aches, soreness, stillness, . painful fpraini, neuralgic pain, and most other external twinges that humanity ie sutlers from, enjoys its great sales it practically never fails to bring speedy, comforting relief. Always ready for use, it takes little to fenflrnle without rublmg and produce results. Clean, refreshing. At all drug stores. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Mr. and Mrs. Walker liurdette entertained at dinner Sunday for Mr. t.nd Mrs. Tom Hicks and little daughter, Hazel Ituth, and Mrs. Henry Montgomery and children. MT. HEBRON. This Is Better Than Laxatives Om n Tsblat Ceeh Nl(ht For A Week Will Correct Your Cteetleetien en Male) Constant Doting Unnecessary. Try It, (Delayed) Mrs. Guy, Charles Mrs. very ill Joshua Barker is quite ill. the baby of Mr. Tind Mrs. Duncan is ill. A. S. Deane who has been is able. to be up again. Mrs. F. W. Montgomery is with her daughter, Mrs. Steve Walker on Poor Ridge pike. The sale of Mr. Joseph Hicks was well attended and everything brought good prices. Mr. Henry Ruble bought of Mr. H. u bunch, of hogs at 11 cents per pound. L. Thompson PLEASANT HILL, KY. The corn on the river banks and bottoms has been badly damaged by the recent high water. Miss Mattie liourne who is ut Locust Grove spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin, Mrs. W L. Grow. (Delayed) Mr. Squire T. Whittaker visited home folks Sunday. Kditli Carter has been quite ill, Messrs H. R. Montgcmery, Hamlet but is better at this writing. Jennings, Edd Grow anil Thos.i Hicks Mr. iiml Mr. I. II. Duncan enter-mine- d sold to Center Iiros their hogs at a number of friends Sunduy, 11 '4 cents per pound. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. lluford Teater and children of Mike.Simpsun wta buried at lluckeye Nicholasvillc spent last week with Saturday. Mrs. E. F. Scott, her grand-motheMisses Oliviu and Hazel Preston here, and sister Mrs. KM Hendrick-so- n at Orchard Grove. Miss Agnes with pent Sunday Simpson. Mr. Sam Anderson, wife and chilMis Alice Raj and brother Ahner dren, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mooro of Hay were Sunday guests of Mr. and Lancaster, "and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Montgomery of Hickman were the .Mr. Life Mc.Millian. Miscs Sennie Cummins and Olive guests of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ham, l'leston spent Thursday night with Sunday. Mrs. Walker liurdette. Mr. and Mrs. J nines Sanders of A Rat That Didn't Smell After Bains; Ccy, were with her parents, Mr. and Dead For 3 Months. Mrs.E . B. Kay Sunday. swear it was dead at leust 3 "I Mr. and Mrs. Powell Fowler and months," said Jumes Sykes, Ilutcher, little daughter are guests of their Westlield, N. J. "We saw this rat Johnson parents, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb every day. Put a cake of RAT-SNA- P Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan and chil behind a barrel. Months later my dren and Mrs. Lige .Mc.Millian and wife asked about the rat. Remem son, Holman, were guests of her par- bered the barrel, looked behind It. ents, one day last week. There was the rat dead, not the Mr. Chester Marse and wife anil slightest odor." Three sites, 25c, 50c Mils Martha Susan Marse have been $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by II. E. at the bedside of their sister, Mrs. McRoberts Drug Store and Haselden Nov. adv. Mike Simpson who has been quite ill. Bros. The result la weakness, headache, dizziness, coated tongue, tnacthe liver, bilious attacks, loss ot energy, toor appetite. lmpo erlshed blood, sallow completion, pimples, skin disease, and often times serious nines Ordinary laxatives, purgeti and cathartics salts, oils, calomel and the hour, but like may relieve lor u K-real. lasting benefit can only come through use of medicine that tones w the digest! CP and strengthen well aa the tllrulnatlve iiriMlis. et a 25o box of Natures Remedy (Nit Tablets) and ta.o one t..l let eat . night lor a week, llrllof will follow-tU- e very first dose, but a few days will elapse before sou ffl and icalizo the full st benefit. When J ia rig straightened out uml feet just t again you nr-enot tako inedit i e every day in occasional NH Tablet Keep jour system In g'Kxl will then feel condition a' d you mil alwai your best, liemember, keeping well Is easier and cheaper tlmn Keltlnir well Remedy (Nit Tulilelal are Nature's sold, guaranteed and recommends d by your druggist. digestion and assimilation Toor mean a jioorly nouiiahed body and low vitality. IVjor elimination means clogged bowel, fermentation, putrl-foctland the formation of i,olariou gasea which are absorbed by the blood and carried through the body. Walter Amis Parks of this place left Howling Green Business Univer Head Mrs. Phillips' wire: "Vouell's sity last Friday to accept n Bank po Exterminator Co., Westfield, N. J. sition olfereil him in Florence Ala. Rush t3. worth of His friend here all join in wishing Later received following letter, him success in his work. arrived.. It rid our house of rats in no time. Just movMrs. J. A. Riddell was called to Pa., where I used Kingston Tuesday on account of the ed here from with great results." Three illness of her son. Earl Wallace, who sizes, 'J.'c, 50c, J1.0U. Sold and has been spending a few days with guaranteed by It. E. McRoberts and his It is feared he has Nov. adv. Haselden Bros. contrnrtpil pneu iionin. " "RAT-SNARAT-SNA- P grand-mothe- For guests of her parents. W T Watson Sunda Mr and Mrs John Mr .n I Mrs, and of llloumington. 111 are Mailing friends and relatives at this place Kami' daughter. Mis. Uverne llaker, Mies Mury l!rnnt has returned to her home at Cartersville after a de- lightful visit to her cousins, Mimes Maggie and Msude Wkitled Messrs. Walter Hardin and Dewey Anderson and Mimsw Maggie and Maude Whitted motored to the mountains Sunda aflertUH.ii ihestnut hunting, but they seem to be very scarce. NINA, KY. ii Optimistic Thought worn by Hi'" nwcat of tin, tmiy be worn u limit n bluh, His V sv.. (Delayed.) Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Malear are YOU WANT YOUR CALVES TO over the arrival of a fine girl COME OUT. s. mn'twhnt onhsl rconulntancc at their home tin the 18th. h n that tin- - Sim ii li.tppfncss n Mr and Mrs. C. E. Morgan and in the spring looking well You r joti any children were vuesta uf her it to let ynur triitiM' --- ln-liarents. want them to show the effect of good wire lltan they bother yn'ir friends. Mr and Mrs. Thomas King at Lowell. care in the winter. They will not do 'dm Transcript. this unless they are gen n tillable Mr and Mrs. Homer Harrold and remedy tu tone them un. aid iiu-,-. children of Ohio were the guests of Hon, ndicie constipation Try 11. A. 't. Mr and Mrs. J. E. Whltted. on their THOMAS' STOCK REMEDY, It is way home. medicine, all medicine, and you get Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prewitt and the results you expect (laughter. Anna Mae, were pleasant ",,vW A Dickerson. !' it. E. McROBERTS, PAINT Lanraster, Ky LICK. (Delayed.) n caused by a system. You need an Iron tonic to rebuild rich, red tissue ouicklr to send blood coursing thru your body to supply the elements that have become eihaustrd. That tired, worn out feeling is SOLD OUT. Mr. H. C. Bailey has sold his interest in this Company, the transfer being made several days ago. We are now located at our new building on Stanford Street, where we will pay the highest Mnrkct price for your produce. Car Walnuts Wanted $1.00 per bushel. "1 Mr. Gurnctt Kemper was a visitor Acid here Tuesday. Is prescribed by physicians In all Mrs. M. K. Ross and Mrs. Elmer cases where a tonic Is indicated, because it is the most powerful Moore left Monday for a few days natural iron tonic known. visit with the lattera father, Mr. Felix An4 Use Mltml U sweats ky SMS" Estridge In London. B4 roat te fee 1m h H tew Irea eef Miaul dvlftl lf SrpMit, la liieeMif-sMiss Edna Rich, telephone operU' ike eelr keewa fm 'a ikt veure wertS i mi te be eaaliMea vittj ckralctiJr tor, and Mr. John Waddell were mar errfr4 ktbleu, IWuielr 4 Sue UjJ sbe sreib er la eiwle. ried Sunday evening at 0:30 ut the (Jet iWlli from your drug- home of Rev. C S. Ellis. 1st today, talre as directed, and f; Miss Marie Ledford went to the a lew days you will notice an improvement in your health. Gibson Hospital Wednesday to be riRReemgCrtaMiou. eome. operated on for appendicitis, her waeks, VkrfjWa friends all hope for her a speedy re cove ry. Fsr Sale ill InwU Rev, L. N. Bowling filled his regu lar appointment at the Christian Church Sunday morning and even- CaatWrUasl Crotery Co., JaUo ing and was the guest of Mr. and City, Ky., Whol.ssl. Distributors. Iron Mwtral Garrard-Lincoln- ..' a it . R. L. HACAN, Produce MM.r. Co. I, 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Nov 1 3 9 9. 1 1 At Public! LQaiBLssaggiggggggfrH r nil t n vsas RADIATED es fciren MEAT and olt byfl other (TIM A "Lincoln Hills" The Josh Jones Noted Hemp and Tobacco Farm I TO DEVELOP SWINE INDUSTRY Use of Good, Purebred Breeding Steele Will Always Make Improvement In Quality. jr t!ir United Slitfj Depart' nunt or Agriculture.) A hfttir rlrvclonment of th s.lne Imlii'try ran l drought nhout I'jr the ucRpntlonH clvni lirinw: Iiiiimc'inpit In iiunllt.u utiil uniformity through Hi," ui- - nf Rood, purr- liri'O lirrodlne Mock, enprelally sires. Knmurtiiri'inent of winf slimv nml 'xhlhita, lno Juilclne, iilgrluh Vork, miuuiunlty limiting ntul similar nrtlvl-- t (I'rerarnl CALORIC Caloric tcIHt wr?9S - v' g ' J'-V- "'"Vr-- i ' -- 1 flit Is distributed evenly throughoutyjlwlll the entire houso ALL by niran, of nilursj )US1VjuI Ir currmli. the natural tnrnic e.HI ' law. 4xTC- - ,, ECSW UTX YrSir1 5A;ST I' 'ViW 1 A, a riult ,T,ry J lioxO rSX fll 1 l I I f3 SrA JVI I H B. U i U t I 'c! ' JJ ) lsj"BiilT4,r',l!s5" 11 "JtS I'Mir miiirnrMon of IVnliT nml MwkiT ling riMll'trlhutcil from nwr-k- ft rcnliTS for mhlltlnnnl fcrillnz. KITw livi" Miinl'lnn of th" mnniifno Hire ami illstrttmtimi In IntVrstntP of mtiiiii anil lru to Insure the purity anil potency of thoo product. Immunization of vnlualili nwlnp, lirct'illnir Mock, iigaltit lio !. Heat your entire home at Ices cost than heating enly a part of it with stoves. You can do it with the Caloric Pipeless Furnace, which has revolutionized furnace heating by doing away with pipes. It requires only one register, on the ground floor of your home, and thru this every room is made warm. The principle is simple, and practical. A the heated air rises from the furnace thru the center of the register it sprends throughout the whe 'o house, forcing the cold air down into the furnace. TIictc it is purified by the intense heat, properly moistened by a special water pan and again rises nnd circulates into every nook nnd corner. This produces n delightful, warm and healthful atmosphere, of even temperature, in every room of the house. Tho CS3 235 ACRES Now Owned by Morgan Bros. (Subdivided On The Premises, V ' Good 'JT i '. Type of Brood Sow With Her Family. Wednesday, Nov 19th AT 10:30 A. M. .the This celebrated farm, which is known and recognized far and wide as best hemp farm in Kentucky, is located about four miles from' Stanford on the Knob Lick turnpike in the richest and most fertile section of the country, the famous Hanging Fork region. Not a foot of waste land on it and no richer land spot on the face of the earth. As fertile as the Valley of Nile. This' favored will produce as fine crops of tobacco, hemp, corn, etc, as come out of the earth. eight-rooy residence, The improvements consist of an elegant three halls, two porches and spacious dance hall. Bath room fully equipped. Extra good concrete cellar. Three concrete porches and concrete walks all around this grand old country home. Nice tenant house. Large bank barn, extra heavy stone walls, 16 baxed stalls, large shed, etc Another extra large stock and tobacco barn combined, 100x60 feet and 40 feet high. Large concrete silo, 50x22, garage, servant's-housand all sorts of outbuildings. No better watered farm anywhere. Never failing water. Two extra large cisterns at dwelling; two cisterns at barn; 400 barrel concrete stock tank, extra large well pump station with new fixtures all aroundi four large ponds, double 1,200 barrel tank elevated enough to carry water all over the farm, also 400 barrel tank and small elevated tank complete wafer sysem. Beautiful approach to this Grand Kentucky Home; fine shade trees, etc. Easily accessible to two great railway sysNo better located farm anywhere. tems, in Splendid neighborhood, on fine pike and as fine tobacco, hemp and corn land as you can find in the State. About 120 acres in grass, new meadow. This famous tract of land will be subdivided into four tracts to suit the purchaser. Just watch folks attend this sale and bill on this magnificent estate. You hear of sales every day but it is seldom the public has a chance to bid on land like this. It is the cream of the county. Ask the neighbors about this farm. Ask anybody who knows it or has seen it and see what they tell you. Look this one over before sale day and be convinced that we are offering you something exceptionally good. Well informed persons know that land is going to be much higher in 1920 than ever known in the history of the country. Buy now and get advantage of the increased land values that are just as sure to come in the ensuing year1 as you exist today. Don't forget the day and hour, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, at 10:30 A. M. Be there and get your share of the bargains.. This land is sure to sell. Terms exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. Photos of place furnished on request. Col. John B. Dinwiddie on the Block. For full information, blue prints, etc, see, write or phone Morgan Bros., at Lancaster, Ky, or two-stor- cholera. lmtiiunl7.ntlon of market hn; nt mi nee ilcpi'iiillne on local nmill lion j iiNii the Immunization of nwlne lntri!uci-- ! Into a henl where all the nnliauN have been rncclnnteil. Suppression of tliherculn-- h In hogs e hy ennllcHtlng tliat from cattle lil h the liogi follow, nml nlsn from hilry co whose milk Is feil to hogs hh Uiu milk, whey, or In other form. Control of Internal and external pnriisltes in hogs through ue of mil' Itary precautions, nultahle disinfect unt, and general cure. Sanitary housing nml careful stud' les of frilling for the purpose of mak ing gains conducive to producing pork at a low net cost. Improved methods nf luuchterlnc. hogs ami curing for home use. Iiocnrcli In animal genetics as a lunls for practical hreedlng. rurrowlng of fall pigs In northern states not later than Octohcr 1. Hulking two litters 'of pigs a year from matured sown In southern states, nnd nlvi In northern states under fa voruhle conditions of cure and hous ing. i'oiiIIiiuoiis feeding anil hreisllug perltneiits, nccoinpnnlcil l,y prompt an nounccment and puldlcutloii of note worthy results, t'ompllatlon of statistics nnd meat liisctlon dalii governing immher, weight, dn'ssed percentage, anil other Information regarding pork, pro-iiuctiou anil consumption. PROVIDE WATER FOR HORSES & Original Patented Pipeless Furnace has numerous exclusive patented features that make it unequalled for heat capacity, economy and covenience. Burns Easily installed in one dayinanyhouse.neworold. any fuel. Takes little room: There is no smoke, coal, gas expensive pipes in or dirt in the house no walls or cellar. The cellar is always cool enough for storing fruits and vegetables. There is no fire danger no bother to keep the furnace in We guarantee its satiscondition. factory operation or we will take ij first-cla- 5 alto guarantee a aaving of at Icaat of your fuel bill. Do not confuae the Caloric with oilier pipetett furnace,. It is not rn p:Iy u furnace without pipes, but is built on a', enUreiy new principle in furnace healing. The manufacturers have put into it the experiences of ninety-nin- e years in business. and stake their reputation on its ab&ty to men ctcijt claim. Come in and see this wonderful furnace. A,k for our book "Progress." which is a fully illutiattl ciDiAiiation of n.DfUs hfaitm. and how thlst mrtKcxi it perfected in the Caloric tuntrt. It giva every important (act about horn htating and fuel vine Lrt we ahow ypu tKia great tutnaca, and tell you wbatkai it caa b uacd in ou( iua to adaoUt, out. NVe d I it "d SSSS EmUw Maa Vr hi. CO rtlE HONITOt STOVE L VANCE , Ohio Four or Five Timet Each Day Is Not Too Often for Hard.Worklng Farm Animals. A horse or mule sweat Ing freely requires, a large nmount nf A l.iXKl-water. d animal doing hard woik on u warm day may re quire Ul pounds, ,,r 12 gallons. ir twice a iiav Is often enough to water In cool weather when the nre Idle, perhaps four or five times n day Is mi, too often for a hard working horse or mule on n hot day. hllll this Is largely it matter of huh- It so long ns work Is regular. It mat ters little whether watering Is. done before or lifter feeding long as the nntinal gets liU water regularly. If an animal gelt, water ns often as he should have It, It Is not likely that lie will take too tuucli, hut If ho Is deprived of It for loo long n period he may drink more lhan Is good for hi in. s1 Saturday, Nov. GARRARD COUNTY EDUCATION. W. .T.King, Auctioneer. The White Hall School House and Lot will be sold publicly to the highest bidder on 1 i ;;ofts:::,:,::,::"i S S v:x.:o::'j::x:i; The mule luia many points to commend him as u farm work animal. : LIVE STOCK NOTES $ 5th, OF Hotter neglect Hie rum's feed ami wuter than his exercise. at Ten o'clock. BOARD i Hughes & McCarty TELEPHONE NO. 180. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 'Soon after beginning to eat, colts will want water nnd a little salt In their feed. When foaling, the mare should have a box stiill or pasture lot where she ran he ull to herself. No man ever succeeds In building up a treat herd of rattle without good (Mwtures, without rich 'piss lands. Miss Jennie Higgms, Supt. The Central Hecord, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Nov 13 1919. IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS nrt respecter of perKli!nr disease ! ot tre II la anticline A majority people to.lay can be traceil back lo kidney trouble. Tli Uldnere re tbe moat Important Ther are the irx;in of the lK.lr. fllterere, tha purifiers, of jour blood. KMnejr disease l usually Indicate,! br weariness, slreplesinrss, nervousness, deapotitlerrcy, harkaihe, stnmarh trouble, pain In loins an.l lower abdomen. Kail alnnea, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica, and lumbsgo. All these derangements ar nature' altfnale to warn you thit tha kMneya Yon should uia U0l.I need help. MKUAL, Haarlem Oil Capsules Imme SERIOUS DAMAGE H liWi'j if I'l BY CLOVER WORM Alfalfa Crop Suffers Much Injury in IT ''!" sona diately. The aoothlnc heallns oil ellm-ulatthe kidneys, relieves Inflamma-tlon- a and deetroya tha germs ahl.h have rauaed It. Uo not wilt until tomorrow (Jo to your dmiriclet today and Oil li.elll tin r.OI.l) MKDAL, Haarlem you Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hours shuuM feel health and vigor returning and will bless tha day you rirst heard of Cold) MIMIAL, Haarlem Oil. After you feet thai you have cured yourself, continue to take, one or two rapeule each day, lo aa to keep i I nrat-rtaa- a condition and ward off tha danger of other attacks Ask for the original Imported GOLD MKUAL brand. Three alaes. Money refunded If thiy do not blip you. Ml Eastern Part of the United States. v m BEST MEASURES OF CONTRO! Ars Particularly When Outbreaks Severe Uie 'of Hepperdoier It Advisable Caterpillar Feed on Different Plants. t Prepared .CIGARETTE 3&a? If vnu want tn know what rare and unusual eniovinent Camels provide smoke them in comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price: fe Diaw A Check hy Ilia United State ment ot Agriculture ) Depart for tfi3 money youove mid note liow much more respectfully your creditors re- Card you. They like to do business with n man who litis tin iK'Coiuit ut the Girrird Bisk t Trail Go uy. llrttyr They know hi is doine business in a business like open such an account even it our affairs are not large. Thev wilt grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company SRjmaeTartHU.tcu a Serious damage to alfalfa hy the i green clover worm Inn reHirtod lo tin I'nlti'il States department nf ii crii'ulturt' from several mrla of the cnslcrn liulf of t tit t'nlltil States, Is distributed gener.il where till ly. Allliousli Mr many jeurs It h.i known to occur commonly clover nnil has received Its miiI.i ttitttic from Hilt furt. Its Injury to llil crop has rarely been sufficiently mtI It oils lo Justify control measures. usually confine Its attacks to Icgiim Inotis crops. Mull aa alfulfii. rioter, any beans, con peas, and vetch, bti sometime feed on strun berries and blackberry plants ninl some common v, eeds. Beit Control Measures. Tin best control measure consists In timely cutting of the alfalfa crop, o as o remove the fooil supply when the caterpillar nf this Insect are most Clean nillure la nlo rcc-abundant. CAMELS wonderful or refreshing flavor and fragrance; or, that mellow-mild -- are a cigarette revelation nny consider them! Take quality, smoothness you Yet de- - , Smoktn that t fW iWoi i in f A cigmnttw and do t or toupontt ri's never before got in a cigarette smokel and so Camels are so satisfaction you marvel that so much light could be put into a cigarettei full-bodi- full-of- - xpcf premium so irresistibly appetizing! And, the blend explains why it is possible for you to smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them Camels expert blend of choice Turkish Kou will prefer Camels to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capf-ta- nlrf Caimfi sryrSrt tfl WflttAcsltjr OOellaxf pati of 20 ttirU9, or On J g IVo Ironitj fcoirwnmd tht trf on for fW Aom ot tWRar ovpply ot whom ton rttm. tfrL tsSO.OOO. Surplus 430,000. You'll realize pretty quick, too, that among the many reasons you smoke Camels is their freedom from any unpleasant aftertaste or unpleasant cigarct ty odor! Once you know Camels you won't take much stock in premiums, coupons or gifts! You 'II prefer Camel quality! R. J. REYNOLDS ciga-rett- y J. E. STOKMES, Vice-I'reC. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY. Cashier .1. It. HARMS'. Individual Book-keepe- r. HUGH MOBLEY, General Book-KeenA. It. DENNY, President. TOBACCO CO., Winilan-Sale- fi. C Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B, Swinebroad. Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. Waterins House Plants. Plants should he watered with a spray, not with a cup or n glass. Those that can be moved should he placed where the water will not damage carpets or floors; those that cannot such as large ferns or palms should have something spread on the floor lieneath them to catch the water as It drips. The water must he sprayed from nlmve so that all the leaves receive It ; this carries oft the dust and Is the only natural way for a' plant to receive water. Professional Enemies of Crocodile. There are men v. hose business It la lo crocodiles nnd who earn Ihelr living hy that mentis. And whenever !i lnminn lielng has fiillen a victim n professional crocodile cnlrher la iisl;eJ lo help to destroy Hi,, murderer, and n large reward offered hltn. The majority of nalhes will not Interfere with the reptiles, or take any part In their capture, probably fearing If they do Anything of the kind tbey themselves may sometime or other suffer for It hy helng attacked by a crocodile. Leok for the Best Sought Trees for Protection., are found ninoni snr.l r:v,'ry '"" nn,i ""man on earth ngesln various pari, of the orld. Ac lf, y," ,u. corning tn the scientists the tlrst Iml.I tatlons of mnnllnd were In the trees) ns the most uileo,inite proleitWnu "Rouahlna It." ngalnst the many enemies of the early Now, eveobiHly, youli M.ulf or man. It was only in the latet i, ,Ve to drink iuur huniticne nut ot Derlod of man's evolution ttiat lie Waft lli.t- im,lv ,lnuiM anil llin Mrlti strong ennngh to bold Ills own on the! basn't come, but I know you don't mihii rouguioc it. uie. ''""" -, Pjor Man's Weather Class." ''''l"'1 ' ! 111 ututle r Is likely I continue Willi the n : "i lain h.M'iner llicy dnsp, ns if to i.rfcr less to the v.1 ith. r pimpernel Is The ,n.n fl. Lnmni In Ii.l.ii,I weather sfns. and opens Its flowers oniy vnen tin- - en'nr is fair. .,, i ,, e t.. rwi b lnir ar nmde up keep t..ng us the fine id fntilike t)' 'ir'it ) Alfalfa la Highly Regarded Forage Crop. aa STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE AND2GAS ENGINE REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. V"c 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 cither day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction ntiimendeil, and when outbreaks are particularly had the use of the hopper dnzer Is advisable. There an' Ihree or four generations of the green clover worm a season, ac cording to the bulletin, which allow a nmple time for the Insect to Increase greatly' In a summer. The caterpillar are killed In considerable numbera by natural Insect enemies, but this method of control can not lie relied iiMin for protection nf (be alfalfa crop. The alfalfa should be mowisl when the Insect Is In the caterpillar or wortu stage from ten days lo three weeks nfter the time of the up pearance of the moths In great uliuii' dance. To Insure success the Held should be left us clean and hare as Iiosslhlo In order to remove the fixl supply and any shelter protecting them from the direct rnys of the fcim, which hastens their deMnirtlon. Clear Fields of Insects. If these measures can not be carried out without Injury to , the alfalfa, ellher from premature cutting or too prolonged delay, wait until the alfalfa Is ready for another cutting. It ought to be e, however, before the summer Is passed, to clear the II elds of this InVct In this manner. Ill the eastern states premature cut' ting often results In permanent Injury to alfalfa, especially while It Is young, and for this rein.no the culling nf this crop much In udvunre of the normal period Is not recommended. As. the cufcrplllar feeds on many different plants, illtcli hanks and fence rows should be kept free from weed The caterpillars have been caught bon-readily by dragging u field wild perdozcr. sudi us Is used for grass hopper outbreaks. It does not hurt the alfalfa when not used to excess, und will catch many Injurious Insects! EARLY FRUITS MOST DESIRED Light Soils With, Southern Exposun Are Beit Adapted for Purpose-Lia- ble to Injury. Early fruits are usually most desirable, mid light soils, wllli southern exposure, are best adapted for that purM, Unlit soils, however, require heavy fertilizing anil more luulrli lo summer, Thry ure ulso more liable to Injury to drought. As u rule, they produce lighter' crops. If clay soil It used for early berries. It must be well drained, Is more difficult to prepare matures later crop, and Is not so favorable for winter protection. If eurll nem is not a consideration, then oof should not hesltata to use any toll, nrovlded It can made rich. PUBLIC SALE OF L A ND I WILL ON Saturday, Nov. 15th, AT ONE O'CLOCK, OFFER FOR SALE 85 ACRES OF LAND, NEAR GUNN'S CHAPEL, KNOWN AS THE J. M. TEATER FARM, TO THE HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDER OR BIDS. THIS FARM WILL BE SOLD IN SIX TRACTS, AND THEN AS A WHOLE, THE BID OR BIDS REALIZING THE MOST MONEY, 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. guaranteed. Patrick & Conn. ' HENRY P. CONN, Ckiaf Mechanic Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. . ztmmmmmmmmtmmm T. 0. HILL LANCASTFD ) aa R. F.D.No.3. irv . a The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 131919. ARITHMETIC UNO THRIFT GO HAND S'-- ' LOUtS PUDLIC SCHOOLS ADOPT NEW METHOD OF INSTRUCT. INC YOUNCSTERS. NEW IDEAS SUPPLANT OLD ithktmoltt Marbles and Chalk In Problems Yield to Money, 'Thrift and War Savings Stamps. Arithmetic, as It l helni; taught Inner israde nchools nf St. Lnuls, l not like that which the older brothers and sisters of the In tho this )ear 'Het's give 'em our smoke" Ches. Field smoke choicest A realexpensive Chesterfield. The tobaccos, aromatic Turkish of the fincstof Domestic leaf, blended by an original and exclusive method that can't be imitated. sun-ripen- puplM of today studied, says the I'nst' Dlipnlih. The hnhlt of thittt Is belnx encouraKeil alonu lines MiHieMei) by the Savings Division of the I'nlteil Stateii Treasury Depart m nt. No longer li the child In the hrrt In the blending of these costly tobaccos, our experts have brought out u new flavor and a mellow richness surpassing that of any cigarette you. ever smoked. Chesterfields sure da satisfy; not in flavor alone, but in value, in quality, even in their wrapping that keeps superior moisture-proo- f them firm and fresh ulwuys. You want "satisfy" that's sure. You get it only iu Chesterfields. or second Krode akeil to solve the problem of hove many marbles A has Hfter he has added two to his f tock nf three. .Maibles do not amount to much In the prrsent-rtastudies. Adillllnn, subtraction, rr.iililpllratlon and division are now taimht with ex u:iple enncirr lim the lite of the squirrel how the squirrel mm and why be aaies. Hi builds n comfortable and durable home In the hollow cf h tree and workn alt rummer and fsll laying away nuts and acorns while they are plentiful, be cause It In mi.ch more comfortable to gather fond In inimmer and to remain Indoors when It Is mid in winter. Compared to Rabbit. Continuing about the squirrel, the teacher compares Ha wisdom to th.it of the rabbit, which nevtr.tores auay nnthinK, must hunt for food all win. ter lonK, no matter how dei p the snow may be, and sometimes starves to death for want of something to eut. The conclusions drawn are that the rqtilrret I very much wiser than the lahbit because he savcn food for the iiiiiiIiik winter, as squirrels save nuts lor winter so Oilhlren can save Utile thlnu for times when they will need them papers, chalk, penrlls and pennies and last, but not least, that boys and Rlrls can save their pennies hj buvlni; Thrift Stamps. The third grade is taught Ihat the fire dipattment. although It costs money In maintain, Is an extremely thrift) arrangem) nt for a community, rate of taxation for the upkeep ofyy AS sm. Sums based on file losses, liuuraiicc. rate of taxation for the upkeep of the department and other phases of the )stcm are worked oat Incidentally the course Includes hints as to safety first precaution. Follow ing; are two problems on Thrift and vYur Savings Stamps Illustrative of those given out to the third grade; "Louise saves 5 rents a week from money earned In helping her mother dust How many wieKs will It take her to rave enough for a War Savings Stamp that costs $t'.'iir' "Harry paid It 17 for a War Savings Stamp. January 1, 1!C3, be will re ceive i for the stamp. What Is the A,d' Center. difference between what he paid fur .Jot it All a Dad Useful Aut. ' ,HI"r T" l"'u 00 It and what he will receive for It?" S1..1.1: M.I I .,f II... .il. nml rod "I Hill Jiill sunn- - IIM" nltftUt llPS Patn.te.i in unii rest. fa I ,v.. the tlmo t.m iiilslit Mxnk 'entnr W'liut liute ti ilone I lino onii lie i. More Savings Societies. to ,llc M wl,h " waIst belt- tvnril f..r the lltlng occasional. lu'MInK IMHnr- - "I'm Willi IheiuV I pt tt- - vrlillilaMy ..illt Lost The pupils nf the fourth grade have thorn. Keery It thinking Hint War Savings Societies and their arith- lire not c'ttlne out n Substitute for prnxl u mcr ni oiiclit. nnil II"'" I I nworen cnttim illppoil In various metlcllessons are based on weekly re- He's Lucky st That. purts of their treasurers. Here are take llicii' viTi' mill see Imtf imiili nml I 'ro lu s F"liitlniis nml then nmiitresMsl Is until My yiuncrt worse the sheet mlslit lie. ami that some of the examples: rrftaunint I nml tin' w niter iitkinj what to innlfo an excellent substitute for wakes me cheerful again I" . "The treasurer reported that 5 Tl... l...v ...LI. tnw. leather. I II. ". m . WlllllllI "V "J"J pupils had 2 War Savings Stamps Hint's ull ft hut thine ..... ...hum nml each, 14 pupils hnd 1 War Savings iiuiiiv. vnivu." rril,nnA liver Bii lit i......t ri.i..rt... . iuuii Stump, and that dllterent pupils lu the room tinned :s Thrift Stamps. How Obtruilvtly Frltndly. much money had the pupils spent alto' innniilly wo try nut tn ho too fas-hi- s gether for Thrill and War Savings nil hi chousing our nsiH'late Stamps, If the War Savings Stamps i' ni'MT i hum with the inn cost $1.11 each?" ,! ii'lhiw Lin. I nf a innn who "Jack has the best record. Hy sellHere Is a message to "nlut I'Hir for n timttli. Dallns ing papers he had saved enough money suffering; women, from to buy two War Savings Stamps and Mrs. W. T. l'rlce, oC a 1! Thrift Stamps, lluw much money Public. Ky.: "I with jialnful...". Really Small Flats. If had he loaned to lie wrltts. "I cot down he paid tl.li each for the War Savings Verona was murli liniircxiil with wltli 'h weakness In my Stamps?" lie; Hrst nlslit In n lierlh on u sleeper, uaclc and llralm...t Fifth grade War Uavlnxs Societies nml In rehitlnc ruiui of the unmlert felt helpless nml diskeep tiark of the total savings ot of her trip, reinnrkiil: "Why. Aunt couraged,,,! 1ml alout kiiiiiII W( Kliun. i. the lint" wi're ko filven up hopes of ever their members through the medium nl I being well ngnln, when cimhlirt ull live tiwther. Jliiiumii und two thermometers sketched upon the I frlcuJ InsUlcd I I slept In the Hrst Hut ami iluihly lu One represents the 5A blackboard. grade and the other the 21! grade the M'Uiml ttut." Kach dollar saved by the members It shown by tubing nn Indicator one deSuggestive Hint. , gree on Its thermometer. A rerlnln iinlnrnt lawyer wus np- -' Nrfflwt of simple colj 3 often Problems for the fifth grade pupllt polntcil heinl of 11 cnrerninent ilepnrt-liieu- t, the direct rime of pneumonia. Chilare along the following lines: nml he wan niiiliiiw that ull the dren do not like to tstko nauseating 'John has bought (3.75 worth ot members of the tnlT hinihl work medicine but do like the toothing Stamps has Will?" He suiunioneil the In uiiImmi. effect of the external remedy, How many Thrifi fifth as many leaillni; olllelals, ami lifter delivering Stjmps has Ull?" Tfia Woman's Tonic BR AMPS nn iiihlress nn the ilenlrublllty of thor-ouc- h OSt children In this "Kveioue of eoiirludiil by nay-Inschool bought u Tin lit Stamp last In Oi'iitlenien, In my profession I began Cardtvl. 4 Monday How much money hav the) ' when 11 Jury illsairreen II Is discharged. a short whllo I K3JU marked lent the government?" difference... 1 think I need uy no morel" stronger right Bnmc'ft VapomentKa Salve U apI CMff To suggest what u respectable sum lone, anil It curril roe. plied bf rubbing thU delightful nlvc ot money a boy and his mother rani Too Hasty. 1 irai stouter tban 1 into the clieU and under tho ermi. save In a ear toward th bo' col Tbe icruM U almMi Itvtiol rvlicl Irvni crovp "Mr. Crnwley, ran you lend me" years." hva been In you ran lege education or some other worthy CM CCOd. It tl Ml tuai Irr "No, sir, I can't I And If I could I If you suffer, MJbburttcasf pacuoMtl purpose the following example Is glv ' I have' lieen leiidlnK you pproclnto uliat It wouldn't. r i HTfiric ftUkO en to the pupils of the sixth grade means to be strong and money for n year, and you muke no I (ns-lc A "Qeorge's mother sated an average' well. Thousands of woI sfyfcnr'ivouwtll effort to return It I" "Hut 1 would l(l.'U-ifl- . by going to uiaikut' men giro CarJul Ihs of 11.25 a mouth t t"U like to know If you wouldn't lend 11 10 I George and' credit for their Rood Instead ot telephoning. ,ne" "And I told you before- I II ell slit; inI ifsvrtt health. It should help bis mother sated an aterage of IZbC frM waf at tvm hand I won't." "Well, then, don't you. Try Cardul. At all upon rnjurw tu a month over expenses by raising fresh 1 wanted In borrow your fountuln pen E-druccteti. BRAME DRUG vsgitables for summer and by canning! to make out n iheek for what I owe COMPANY the remainder for winter, they both you; hut If you're In no hurry, I'm WMshr,K.C. saved an average of 30 centa a month I notl" on the light bill by turning out the in terfi g H A 23.13 TP E S 20 for 20 Cents t Women ! Take CARDUI :' PREVENTy PNEUMONIA tFAlvr- - chlncry," he said, "makes It sisslhle for us to enrry u mesnige to etery high school in the slate In u period ot eleteli iln, nml If It were not for some of the places some of jolt come fiom, month's that liute no rallrouils III tltelti, no could make It lu less t oe) than this.' '.Vow- - our most i.in-- l iliteslioii is," he continued, "will joii muke it (Nxsllile for the State V M l A. lo iitnltiiiiln nod .;! ii I Its scheme of wink so ii to cure for the needs f )ouii.- tin li nml liojs In the small eoiin lies of the .1 in rirn M lri-- l Ileitis, or iilll it he enliipelli'il to reduce Its ortfutl 'U thin to sinh nl. extent hut some n'licr l orgitiil.'.illoii v III ini.V lu iii"- llte will I iher than the lelllnill one. following ilr. Itcv. It, T. Nunc of Frankfort eloquently ailtiuateil the pulley of the Y. .M. I'. A.'s ncclipylu the i Hire field nml niTereil u motlnii tn that elTeets s"eoinleil In un eqiinllj em nest unit eloquent tone by (llhiiey (Isnir liiher, mi attorney of Hen i!croli. On the cull of the cuuip-- i illrcclor, i. A. Tetehaiiuh, every ills trlct from the "I'nn hae" to the Ills Samly ri'i'orted organlratloti ami i of their iilola of ilie hjirty slalewlile olij'ei tt(.. Dr. Mott's AdJress. John It. .Mott's uildro nils line ,.f la" limit linpresslte illseinires eter l ilelltered In Lotllsl llle. The Aiiierli'iin wus liitroiliiced hv V. .Mullliis, prexlilent of the Dr. i:. Sotilheru l!nill-- l Theiilnglcnl Sem liuiry, who, In preMiitln!.- - the gtn- -t of liiiunr, culleil attention tn the inain eoliplctlols piisiliiins of leililershtp nhli-Dr. .Mott has oeeupled. Aiootii: these were heinl nf the Stlldelil Volunteer .Motemellt for Jeiir-- i lieml of the of the lnteiiiiitiuii.il V M. I'. A.; Lead or the War Wort i ..mu ll of tin V. M. I' A., nml head of the llliihuruh t'oiiffreins' "Thiitu-i- i a hiyiit.iu, Dr. .Mott Is Hie oiiwiuiiillui. itiigioits tliii-- nf the day, the Hie of his -- p.rliual ili'totiuii burns . -iroiiz mid "o I'liuht In the inlilst nf n practical life.'' inin lmled Dr .Mulling New World. Dealing With "1 remind you that you me doullir: tvllli a new world a h.ikcii, quiver-ir world -- I world In which pillars hat were deemed pillars of streust'i .nn! tteie pointed to with prhle, hate rimihleil to nii- -t ut our viid Dr .Mott, after n brief ivlmo eila!neil thai he inn! lor the p.lsi llnrty-mi- e years lui-"eruNiim" tho nnrld on missions nf lielpfiiliie-- s in -- i cmintrlen; that he Ii.nl fnrly l tune-ilurl- u toe nnr .nite-- . nf Furope the eoiir-- e of the norhl u.tt und had tratele'l T.i s miles nn ,ie enierii front. oiillutiiiu,ilie speaker Mild : It Impnterl-he- il world ulo. for up n -- iV llinutlis nn It hail in-- t oter LVst lillllou- - of dollars: II is uu exhau-- t il world tioih ih oiioiiiieally ami vliallv, hy the II.INhii.mi lis ilemoli-trule- il unue that I. ate been tilled hisuiiv i the strurule: ami it Is still u .iiriiot iiiir und siirterliiL nnrld, fnr in all my K tUii to die war xones 1 -- pent iinuli of my lime In the hmne-- , and not me that I can leiull hut had Ims-i- i ttslted once, nml ofieti inatiy limes, by the dark li.iilow of death," The World Is "On Its Nerves." Dr .Mott said thut the people every him as helus "on ttbeie iitipre--their nerve" and In a stale of liri N tiihlllty, if pt'oiluiiite itltiii .1 He iletl.lreil that it wonderful time to lite when a nhnt world I' accessible to new idea, peaklnt.'. It i an uitselli-l- i world Inn. he said, for although It not so ii!iMiih as it mis u yvar ai.o, or Inn teul''. ago, it is fnr u.oic uu -i'lllll lliiili before the wur. "I bud thought that I might see otic but I never .f tno nations plii-?,- i', thought o ee a nlmh nnrld molieti and plastic as Is the nnrld tml.iy hut It will set, ami ct hard lu a lien uiiild, and this Is ibe gnhleii nppni luiilly of .in organlxatli'ii like the Y, A., nhli h inn render a lllil'iu-sertl- ce il. at this time beeuuso of its coulact Willi both capital tin. I labor In Its fnrwji I the Industrial unrest. Inokllii; progruut In the dctcloptucnt ol young uiaiihonit physteutly. iiitelleciii ally mid -- . initially, mil he u ilo-leriululiu- - factor lu the mohlliig nf the nations, fnr I h.ite been' thronii wn'i the leaders of many of the nnilons. und none of them are -- uiv that they kiuov the tiny. Yes, It Is u liiiinlile world, too. for where. N Iheru u natlnti toihiy nhlch boasts that It klions how to deal nltli Its pr.'l.li'ins V he .ild Praises State Y. M. C. A. Work. "I bate been particularly linpic.M-- . nltli the pi ii tv.i.eb hate Just bee I laid before you men nf Kentucky. I inn sure ynu cannot realize lion fm reaching Ibis prngraiii limy be. of this, I would like to ay Hi.it by a pei Hilar circumstance, 1 lime been able lo set a larger tlett u setting as It tteii- - nn Hie elfect nf Just tthiit sinh an enterprise may itv- lonipllsh; by of the fact that 1 hate traveled tu etery iniinlry In the norli I, hate been iisvict.iii'd with the people nml lemlei's of so many un Hulls, nml liute ttalched the tiljiu i. Itnlsbetlsin, vviili h M'eUs to le.it o tin nations Itim i:n. huned, spieud otu Kiirojie and the 1'iilleil Slates. 1 Would say that you ran hate no con cepllou of the multiplying uisslb:ltn's of this program : or of the healing his s uppllcallon, slhl'.llles of It Is n plvolal ciiiip.ilgn. There will be new energies; reieiiM-il- . IisiLs Into be suociWs and M.li.ns of the i hurdles," Army "Y" Men Eleet. The Army Y. M. C. A., utleiullng the confereine, about Itsi lu nutnher, met In the ufleiiini.il unit orguiilieil the Army V. Jl. C. A. L'luls. Harry V. Jle Clivsuey of Frankfort was elected president; filhney Oscar oj tlendersou, tne preshleut, aud L. I Darter ut LouUtllle, secretary unJ 0 After you eat always tak FATONIC Instantly rellaves Hoartborn, Hoat-ssdGa- uy FMltiig. Stopsi food ourinf. reneatintr, and all itorhaeh miseries. AliUJIaMiiiM 1 H. stjyeh Usss. MlawastorlallsbnMaud. x srawiil rtfaal rsntir, Oetaats sss. Gatsdsr. YM-siEATONIC Is ltUtrtrsdr.T.-o- OalseSmt f R. E. McRODERTS,, Lancastir, Ky. ' (PLANT NOW) FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, BLOOMING SHRUBS, GRAPE VINES, EVERGREENS, PERENNIALS, RHUBARB, ROSES, TREES, TREES HEDGK, ETC. FREE llluitrated Catalog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenrheyer&Sons LEXINGTON, U-f- i- KY. It. JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Llbsral assortment and lull value paid Ceat aklne MRS Hidss siid NEW t FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For n.i Distribution More than SO farms described. Get yo ir name on our malllns list at once. ' Semonin - Goodman Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. ANGUS-LAN- D STOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen An- gus Cattle for sale anytime either sex any age. .Also registered Poland China Hogs. Bit! typu A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. i f m Lancaster, Ky. Southern Optical Co. Incorjioruted Manufacturers of Perfect-Fittin- i AND SPEaACLES i t I f EYE GLASSES Kryptoks Artificial Eyei Iuvlalble Illfocul Lens 4th A Chestnut 8ta, LOUISVILLE, KY. The undersigned hereby irive tvarn- 'ne to all persons not to trespass upon ur land; for nny purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders tn the fullest extent of the law. Hunters nml fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Corn Phillips, It. U Elkln, Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. I'. llackley, Mrs. Emma lliggiubotham, EM and N. H. I'rlce. S. C. Ricsby. D. M. Anderson. ', It. 1. Barker n. L. Kelley. C. Ricsby. Thompson and Tracy POSTED treasurer. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 13, 19 9 5 The New Motor C ar MMmm. mMmmBtMEMMr .kmw kmmr kwMMtKtmMMMWkMMWMMMMMMm $Mww.OmMMMMmMYmMMMMMMMMi WMMMMMMMmmwMT mMMMMMMMMMMW mmmmr mmM BMmY - 1 The Greatest Improvement In Riding Comfort Since The Inteodiictiai'. of Pneumatic Tires the problem which has baffled automotive how to combine riding comfort with light weight and economy. Cantilever Our new Three-PoiSprings make this possible. These are the first springs of their kind and they are made of chrome vanadium steel. They are exclusive with Overland. Because of these springs, Overland 4 combines the' riding qualities of large heavy, expensive, long whcelbase cars, together with the advantages and economy of small light cars. wheelbase, OverWith land 4 has the luxurious riding ease of Springbase. nt brand HERB IsIt a solves new type of CanThe exclusive, Three-Poitilever Springs cushion the car so that it rides well on all roads: they reduce choppy rebounds and side sws,ying, protect the car from road shocks and prolong Its life, mini mize twisting or racking of frame and body, enable the car to hold nt 100-in- ch , 136-in- ch The car and passengers ride smoothly as though floating, free from road shocks that the springs ward off. But this new riding comfort, post, slble only with these Three-PoiCantilever Springs, is but one of the advantages of Overland 4. Its light weight makes possible great economy of gasoline and tires. High quality materials insure durability. All vital parts of the nt the road better. front axle and steering gear and all highly stressed gears and shaf for driving the car are made of alloy steel. The equipment list of Overland 4 is high grade, including Auto-Lit- e Starter and Lighting System Electric Horn Marshall Divan Upholstery Springs Demountable Rims Three Speed Transmission Slanting Rain Vision Windshield Carburetor U. S. L. Batteries and many other high quality conveniences. In every respect Overland 4 is a quality car. The body Is all steel, all enamel, the brightest, hardest, most lasting finish. Overland 4 has been tested fqf two years and mere than 25,M miles over the Roc'cy Mountain, .:d prairies, throurth ' .p scorching derrts ihrou.,!! quid, sharp climatic changes. As a result of these tests we were able to jn the car's performance ir.idcf condition and to perfect it before offering it to the public. There is no previous car of any size or price to adequately compare with the character of service Overland 4 introduces. The farther you ride in it the more you will appreciate it. Come in, see the car and ask for booklet. The demand will be greater than the supply for a long time. Overland 4 Touring, $845; Roadster, $845; Coupe, $1325; Sedan, 11375. Prices f. o. b. Toledo. MM lJ mT mmm .afMmmmkkkkkkkkkkkkkkW ft' 4 ROGER MARCELLUS, (Delayed) KY. d d y n ALDRIDGE Mrs. Ella Detanc ha returned to Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and S. Conant. her home at Nicholatvllle after a via. baby spent the week-enwith her it to relatives here. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Milvs at THERE'S A DIFFERENCE. Mis Lucy Trumbo of Lancaster li lluckeye. Mrs. C. M. Dean, Miss Stella Mae visiting Mn. Jake Trumbo, between the old bulky stock foods Mrs. W. K. Davis entertained at a and straight medicine. Mr! and Mrs. Herbert Taylor spent Crow und Curtis Sanford were in Use U. A. week-enNlcholatvllle Danville Saturday. with ihe very elaborate noon-dadinner THOMAS' all medicine remedies and Messrs Alfred Swope, C. M. Dean, Thursday, those who enjoyed her hos- you will get the result that you exfriend. returned Curtis Sanford and Norman Grow pitality were, Medame Moreland, pect from the us of such prepara Mr. It. L. Burton, ha Dallard, R. I. Burton, Her- tions. home from a visit to friend in North were in Lexington Tuesday of last Hok-aW. A. Dickeraon. week. bert Taylor, B. C. Rose and Mr. C. adv. Carolina. ster. To Clean Ce, oxalic acid will. Half a lemon dlpjmi In salt will clean copper boiler, clc, m well a vr. What Ar The Maplta? What ant theio inaplra and beeches n ml blrcbe but odd and Idyl and madrigal; what are the ploe and fir and sprnce bat holy hymns J Uolmei. OUOH Kt"y col, ulila. BROS, M i rrwrnaMM hi HASELOEN The Central Record, Lancastor, Ky. Thursday, Nov 13 1919. A ; i ! COATS, SUITS DRESSES From The AND STYLE - PLUS WOOLENS. SILKS AND PIECE GOODS of all descriptions at prices that are right, quality considered. We can boast of one of the best piece goods departments in Central Kentucky. Give us the courtesy look. 100 PER CENT EASE '' ' I FRONT RANKS of FASHION Our ready to wear stock for ladies have reached the ultimate decree of perfection that you as a discriminating purchaser have long looked for. At prices so pleasantly reasonable this collection can not long remain unbroken, so come in now unhurried by the thoughts of depleted stocks. Thats the winning combination of the remarkable footwear which the women of Lancaster are, purchasing here. The prices are reasonable and we can suit all. J: 1: V -' F.I. of a (.. Ar.lv The Joseph Mercantile Go. The One Price Store. The Store of Service. ITS REPORTED THAT WE HAVE SOLD OUT A BIG MISTAKE ... Mrs. William Lenr, who has been quite ill, is improving much to the gratification of her many friends. Cox Scott. CHRISTMAS SEALS ' RroK5tEcHrorooa Mr. and Mrs. Hoss Itastm und little We rc trying to sell out each tiny and have tome splendid bargain that we want to give our friends before we move. laughter, Willio Allene, are attendMALI-ABL- E $85.00. ing the Kentucky Ice Dealer AssoRANGES - $35.00 ciation in Louisville. CAST RANCES - $50.00 STEEL RANGES of Miss Elizabeth . . -- - $40.00 Lexington, spent Logan Simpson, day MOORES HEATERS a delightful . - 7.00 with HKATERS OTHER Mr. and Mrs. BREECHING, $10.25, PLOWS, $15.50 and all down the line a V D. her Simpson last Saturday. Wagons $125.00 Prices. lot of small articles at Reduced grand-parent- J. R. MOUNT The & CO. Deal House. Mrs. J It. Mershon, of Somerset, Mrs. I: I.. Hubble and Mrs. W. O. Martin, of Stanford, have been recent visitors of Misses .Mamie and Kthyl Walter Gossip About People A Btfef Mr and Mrs. N. Miller received a Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Mrs. Sallic Mr. Dave Thomas and Mr. message Monday, announcing the ar rival of .1 grand-so- n at the home of W Acey of Stanford, was Will Doty were visitors ill Lexingtheir daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harth ton, .Monday. in l.ancater SunU The in Charleston, West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Sm Hascldrn left Mrs, W 1!. Mason, Mrs. W. It. little fellow has been christened Wil Thursday for it visit in Cincinnuti. Cook anil Miss Sue Shelby Mason linm Ferguson. hnve returned from n few ilajs visit Miss Kmma Doty is visiting hrrj Louisville. Kmma Misses May Helle Lyons, Mrs. lltonje Hogard, In l,ouis. in swter, Smith and Marie Ray, Messrs Angle Mr. Char ville Miss Stella Sanders und Sanders and lluford Smith were en lie Sanders are visiting .Misses Hilly Sunday at home of Mrs. Delia I'.ice Huclien hus ri- - j Diekerson, at tertainnlLidn Mae and the Sanders and 1'earl Nelle Iiay, in Misses turnrd from a visit to her aunt in Ward-BelmoCollege, at Nashville, honor of their visitor. Miss Maude Stanford Temi. Arnold, of Stanford. Ut George McUoberts of Coving-ton- , I'rof. and Mrs. I'. II. Hopkins, and has been vivitlnsr hi sutir. Mrs of The Eighth District meeting Mr. and Mrs. Henley V. ll.istin J. I!. Mount.' the Woman's Club will be held Fruiny the play (ilonanna, at The delegates from in Nicholaivillc. Mrs Virgil Kiniuiril is visiting her ington at the 0kni House, Monday this club appointed were Mrs. J. II Walker, night. parents, Mr. ami Mrs. D-Kinnaird and Mrs. W II. Hurton, ul in North Carolina. Miss Carrie llelle Romans, who is termites were .Mrs. IE. T. Teddicord College, spent and Mrs. Ed Gaines. Quite a nuni Mm. .Sam llaseldcn ami Mm. Hen- attending Hamilton ley V Hastin vitro in Lexington, the wiek end with her parents, Mr. her of the club members will attend. and Mrs. W. J. Ilomans on Uirhmond shopping, Tuesday. The Circle Girls of the Christian Avenue. and little Mrs. Bert Braylicld Church gave a surprise miscellaneous .Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Wilder, and two shower Monday afternoon in honor are visiting laughter, Marjory, sons. Howard and William, motored of Miss Jennie Cox, who married Mr friends in Louisville. from llerea, Sunday and were guests Scott, of Stanford, Wednesday nfter Mrs. Anna Hubble and daughter, of their son, Mr, ami Mrs. Clarence noon. The home was decorated with Wilder. Msttic .Mae, spent the week-enwith fall (lowers and delicious choco relatives at Hcdgcvllle. late and cakes. were served. The af.Mrs. J. It. Mount, Mrs. May Hugh fair proved a most enjoyable one and Mm. Kdd Gaines, Mrs. Harry Hud-to- n es Nolaml, Miss Sallie Klkin und Hev. and Mrs. W. II. Hurton have been J. It. Moorman attended the funeral about twenty guests were present. recent visitors in llorrodsburg. of Mr. James Francis at Taint Lick The Woman's Club met Thursday .Misses Margaret Krost and Joan Monday. afternoon at their rooms on Lexing in Mt. Mount spent tho week-en- d avenue. After the business .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walker, Dr. and ton Sterling with relatives and friends. The Mrs. Virgil Kinnalrd were entertain- meeting a reception followed. rooms were prettily decorated in Mr. and ed at an elegant dinner by Mr. and Mr. George Mcltoberts, white and pink chrysanthemums and Mrs. J. li. Mount visited the family Mrs. Luther (iibbs nt their suburban n delirious salad course was served. o'f Mr. lUrve Mcltoberts in Stanford. home on the Kichmond road. The hostesses were Mrs. I.oula C Sunday. Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Hurry Anderson, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. U Smith, Craig Smith, Mrs. Lnn Clark and Churles Thompson, Mrs. Klizabcth Miss Christine Sanders of Hamilton College spent the week end with handsome little son, Joe Walker, Joseph, Miss Helen Gill, MM Martha Mrs, Kaviinaugh and Mrs. Louis laindrnm, her parents, Mr and Mrs. Dave C. rpent tho week with Mr. mid Herman Hoover, nt Troy, Ohio, Sanders. A pleasant surprise in way of a birthday dinner was given Mrs. Martha Kly, at her home in Taint Lick, Sunday, the occasion being her 72nd birthday. Her daughter, Miss I Kate, turned the clock up one hour in order to get her off to Sunday I:) School and keep her Irom suspicion-in- g anything, and upon her return from church, she found n feast uwuit- $ Men's Flannel Shirts ing her in the wuy of a birthday din $ 1.00 Men's Winter Caps ner, mid more than feast in the joy anil pleasure of nil her children and High Top Shoes Men's every grand-chilthere, except one. $ Besides the children, lleauford Kly, Men's Union Suits of Junction City, Mrs. Ada Kly and $ 1.50 Ladles Union Suits; Mrs. Tear) James of Taris, Mrs. Mary Highland of Covington and Miss Kate Kly, who lives with her mother, there were guests from Kirksville, LancasIslington, und ter, Nicholasville, Paris, There were present in all 03 WE SELL FOR LESS. people to wish Mrs. Kly many happy Mngl the Cstnlsj' MtallM fcyTnsM Wt Art Uletnud In. Mrs. Graham Trice, of Danville, is Mrs. K. - Owsley visited Mrs. the guest of Mrs. Fred Frisbic and Dave Dunn Tuesday. in Danville, Mrs. Martha Knsbie. The many lincaster friends of Mrs. f" Hrown, who has been Dunn are glad to know she is imMrs. the guest of Misses Martha and Helen proving from a recent serious sur(iill, has returned to her home in gical operation at the Danville Hospital. Louitville. rl lx BIG- V ALUJSS 2.50 $10.00 2.00 I Sander's Variety Store. I I returns. The marriage of Miss Jennie Classified Column Kathleen Cox, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. J. (' Cox, to Mr. Harry Marson RATES: Scott, of Lincoln county, was solemnized at the home of the bride on Dan Single insertions lc a word jj ville street yesterday afternoon at PeoNo ad taken for less than 20c o'clock, only members of Representative Conference Of J in this column. No ads in this Of State ple Of Thii Section the family, relatives and a few inti5 column charged. mate friends being present. The Hsld At Lexington Last Week home was artistically decorated with Jj Seven insertions for the J Will Help Tubercular adding very white chrysanthemums 3 J price of five. materially to the happy occasion. Victims. Phone orders must be paid The ceremony was performed by' g promptly. Hev. .1 It. Moorman, of the Chris-- 1 Kastern Kentucky was prominent I "Olxnoo! tinn church, the bride being a devout I Seals a.KuWJCUtWitis'asstsWXW in the Red Cross Christmas member of the denomination, The Conference held ill Lexington last attendants were Miss Minerva Cox, week. Among the Kastern Kentuc-- i Furniture for Sale. cousin of the bride and Mr. Cilbert ky representatives were Mrs. John W. Miss Jennie Lackey. Morgan, the ribbon bearers being Langley, of Tikeville, and former Turkeys for Willie Francis Ware and Thomas United Ture Hred Bronze States Senator George II. 352-A- , Hatcher. Lancaster Ex- Martin, of Catlcttsburg; Major E. S. Sale. Thone The lirido is nnn nt th. miwt lnv. ' change. Helburn. of Middlesboro, Mrs. L. V. able and popular girls that has ever u;ii,.,. ,.f !ll. Mk. Imnl FOR SALK Sonic household and lived in Uincaster and has a host of U. Tilton, of Carlisle; Miss Edith kitchen furniture. warm friends. She has lived among Marshall and Governor Charles M. d Mrs. Mary F. Jones, us all her life, being always active Harriss, of Versailles; Miss Amanda u graduate of in all church work and One Registered PoFOR SALE: C. Rodes, of Danville; Mrs.. Sidney the Itncaster High School. Mr Lewis Scott, of Georgetown; Mrs. land China Hoar. Large type, elevScott is one of Lincoln county's pop- Luella Norris and Mrs. Joseph W. S. Embry. E. en inch bone. ular and progressive farmers and is Lindsey, of Mt. Sterling; A. R. Ilur-na- tf. certainly to bo congratulated upon of Richmond; .Miss Annie M. CORN, DAMACED AND SOUND, u innir.K the hand of this lovely young Casey; Dr. J. I.. Rice, and Superin- WANTEDi See, or call, Jesse Doty, lady. tendent of Schools W. J. Caplimger, or E. C. Cheatham, Telephone 382-Immediately after the ceremony C. Scobee, of of Maysville; Mrs. J. t. they motored to Richmond, where Winchester; James C. Uiyne, of Fort j uncaster. they look the train for Cincinnati for K. shop, two Boyd, of Barber Thomas; .Mrs. Luella FOR SALE: a stay of several days, after which Covington, und Miss Harriett T. -chairs, in Iincaster, Ky., Heart of they will make their future home in of Taris. the Blue Grass. Good location nnd Lincoln. The best wishes of their Dr. good business. W. T. Deiss, of Shclbyville, Other business, reafriends go with them and hope for Charles T. Baylis, Reginal Director son fur selling. W. T. Todd them a long happy life together seals I32t-pd- . Christmas of the National drive; Reirinal Secretary Murray A. Aueibach; Mrs. Desha Breskinridge j of Lexington, and other Lexington , , ,. ()n(, 8tovei Qne. The Victory Realty Company, of . , and Central Kentucky workers in an- which firm S. A. Walker and Carlton work were in attendother pieces of Furniture for sale. Klkin are managers, sold esterday ance. Henry Moore, Danville Street. in Iloyle county, the Mitchell Taylor Plans for the work in the Kastern for ii containing 202 acres for $200. Kentucky district, of which Governn acre. nor Hnrriss has accepted the leaderThis progressive firm will sell some ship, were My farm known as the "Logo Hur-ri- s outlined by Dr. J, S. Ixck, building lots in Somerset next week place", of 64 acres, in the graded Executive Secretary of the State and have gone there to advertise it Tuberculosis Association, und State school district. A bargain in the this week. Success to them J. A. Conn, Jr. Campaign Director M. It. Thweatt, of next two weeks. Louisville. Assurance was given of l.!-2- t. the hearty support of the people of Eastern Kentucky, who have always We want to thank our friends been generous in the purchase of the Emmett V. Turycar and Sanders neighbors for their kindness and and Red Cross Christmas Seals. Health E. Clay announce that they have sympathy in our recent bereavement. bonds of the denomination of $5, $10 formed a partnership for the pracMay (lod bless them all. t'and $50 are to be sold this year tice of law in the State and United Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and family. to-' large investors in this health work, States Courts, under the firm name who haw always given beyond the of l'uryear & Clay, with offices nt amount of Red Cross Seals it would Danville, Kentucky. 10.23-- U. be possible for them to use. Announcement was made of the Conference of Governors of the Southern States at Chattanooga, iOlie of the best Garages in also stock and equip-- I November 29, to consider the menace ment, one nine room brick residence of tuberculosis in thotc stutes. on main Street, adjoining Catholic Huptist 75 Mill'on While the FOR SALE: A new Itemington Church, one live room cottage on Campaign has announced as one of Typewriter. Used only a few weeks Second Street. All In Danville. Apply at lt. alms the enlistment of 5,000 and in perfect condition. Terms one half down, balance in young men und women for special this office. The price will please one and two years. R. M. ARNOLD, Danville, Ky. Christian service, such as minister- you. tf. 8.,1-t- . ial and missionary work, mid designated Sunday, October "i, us u day foi "culling out the called", information comes that many young vvople have already olunteered their services under the spiritual impetus of the cumpaign of Association In the Cullman Alabama alone n total of TJ5 young people have agreed to devote them All persons having claims against exclusively to Missionary reives sixty-on- e the estate of Erasmus Dunn, deceasyoung men and work, Will make daily deliveries in Lan- ed, arc' requested to prove same, as women of Knoxville, Tenn., miidc such declarations ut one service in caster beginning Monday, November required by the statutes, and file rame with me ut once, and ull persons that city, while Miss Alice llugby, 17th, Any our indebted to tho estate uf the above merchunt desiring lleld representative of the Women's Training School of thj Southwest- products telephone 938 ut our ex- decedent will please call and settle said debts. ern liaptivt Theological Seminary at pense. It It. II. Tomlinson, executor Fort Worth, had reported 140 vol of tho will uf Era. nun Dunn, deunteers at the beginning of Septem t. -ceased. be. JSV Given Backing Of Easti Kentuckians J v:i,i,., Taylor Farm Sells. For Sale, .... For Sale. Card Of Thanks. Announcement. MANY WORKERS Volunteer For Special Service. For Sale. EXECUTORS HOME BAKERY At NOTICE To Creditors to Present Claims. DANVILLE The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday, Nov 13 1919. TIE AN READY-TO-WEAR PROCESSION YOU FOR THAT LEADS A 9 WELCH'S WILL SAVE MANY HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS DOLUS ROOFING J iMEN WOMEN CHILDREN. Have you looked over our wonderful stock of Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Coat and Clothing, Shoes, Underwear, etc, for children, men and women everything now on sale complete, come up It will be a pleasure to show you. A trip through our store once every week just looking will pay you big dividends. Saves Labor, Saves Time, Saves Food. Every housewife who does not have a kitchen cabinet should have one a they save many a weary step. Make your wife a present of one for Xmas. We sell them on easy pay ment plan. Come in at once and make the first payment and be sure your wife will get one for Xmas. Demonstrations made at any time. Roofing is getting scarce nnd higher. We advise you to place your order as early as possible if you will need it soon. $C--Heat Galvanized $:i.l!5. Colored, per square 90 lb. Slate WAGONS. !l Complete, only inch Complete, only .-- $130.00 $1:15.00 - WIRE FENCE. I 1 VICTROLAS ft. No. it. Top and llottom ft. nil No. 1) .. iifie. 80c. : i 2 Make your evenings pleasant by having good music. Come in and let us demonstrate to you our instruments. HAY BAILING WIRE D'axl.'i only $1.75 EYE SALT. Get your meat salt now. We h:ive two cars and our price is right. StiKitr, OPENERS. lb. STOVES. Coles and Moore's Heaters a a Do You Receive "Welch's Store News" which is published for our friends and customers? If not, just drop us a card and we will mail you our November issue. You will enjoy reading it. Bring your shoes to our shoe hospital. fix 'em right. per ..11c. $1.10 s 2 Dolly Viirdcn Klour Fresh Rousted Coffee Bonus, Red, are furl savers. MAJESTIC and KAVORITK Ranges are labor savers. WHICH DO YOU WANT? tii..e, food ..Hoc 05c. per lb. and Wc Lenox Soap, larne .size 05c. It5c. Pure Lard WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KEINTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. PAINT LICK Charlie Graves is able to be back at work. Mr. W. S. Fish spent the week end , with the home folks. Dr. Carman came back to faint Lick to vote and visit old friends. .Mr. J. A. Hiddell spent the past week with Mrs. Riddell at Kingston, Miss Stella Wilson has taken Mrs. Waddell place as operator at the exchange. Mr. J. D. Burchell and family vis-ite- d his mother in Jessamine County Sunday. Mrs. O. L. Hammack attended the burial of Mrs. Garner in Richmond glad to know she has sufficiently re covered to again take up her duties as teacher at Walkers School house. Friends of Miss Marie Ledford will be glad to know that she has gotten along nicely since being operated on last week for appendicitis at Gibson Hospital. Mr. Harrison Mayes has bought of Mr. W. C. Wynn his farm, price, We understand Mr. Wynn $4200. will build opposite Mr. Boyd Wynn's on the Best place. Mrs. J. T. Foley has returned home after spending several days with her brother in Corbin, who is ill. Some hopes are now entertained for his recovery, . Mr. James Francis died Saturday night at his home after a few days Illness. He is survived by his wife, four daughters, Mrs. Kay Lackey of Texas, Mrs. Saufley Hughes of Lan caster, Misses Lucy and Margaret Francis, also two sons, Alex Francis of Oklahoma und Harry Francis of this place. Funeral services were held at the home Monday at ten und interment took, place in the Rich mond cemetery. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' move there in the near future. Their many friends regret to lose them but wish them success in their new horn-?- . BEREA, KENTUCKY. Mrs. Alex Killion and children were visitors Saturday of Mrs. Natlv nn Simpson, Miss Lucy Turner was the attractive guest Saturday night of Miss Carrie Yater. HUCKEYE Dr. G. M. Hendrcn was in Lexington Wednesday. Miss Virgie Watts of Nicholasville is visiting Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. und Mrs. R. W. Sanders und Miss Virgie Watts spent Friday in Danville. Rev. D. F. Sebastiun filled the pulpit at the Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Tom Morford wus a visitor in Nicholasville und Lexington Saturday night and Sunduy. Miss Zulu Culico spent Suturday and Sunday in Richmond with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Ambrose Calico. Mrs. N'ora Teater und Miss F.thyl Ray returned home Sunduy from Lexington. Friends were gtud to know Miss Kthyl wus able to leave the hospitul anil reports arc that she is recovering rapidly. CAK I ERSVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Doolin spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Baker. Miss Mary James Clark spent TuesMr. and Mrs. Leonard Naylor and day night with Miss Ida Simpson. handsome little son spent one day Mr. und Mrs. Ollie Grimes have last week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom returned ufter u visit to his brother. Naylor. Mr. Tom Ray sold a crop of tobacco to Mr. Milo Simpson at CO cents a pound. Rev. Frunk Tinder was with us Sunduy nnd we were all glad to have him again. Miss Marie Clurk spent Saturday night with her cousin Miss Muudie Clark and attended the pie supper at this place. There was $50 mude up ut the pie supper here Saturday night. The highest pie sold belonged to Miss Delia Mae Clark, it brought $4. She won the beautiful box of chocolate candy which was given. n Miss Martha Susan Morris of wns called home to the bed-sid- e of her sister, Mrs. Mike Simpson who is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Den Pollard und daughter, Annir, were the guests Sunduy of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pollard. Mr. T. Grimes who has been in Ohio for some time came home Tues day for a few days stay. His many! friends were glad to see him. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Lane und family Mr. und Mrs. Hugh Simpson mo. tored to Silver Creek Sunday and spent the day with Mr and Mrs. Mitch Uine. SYCAMORE. ( Delayed. Mrs. C. R. Henry and children are visitors of Mr, nnd Mrs. D.ive Henry ut Kirksvillc. Mr. J. U Yantis left Sunday for Cincinnnt!,to, consult Dr. Robert Saddler about hit eyes. Mr. ami Mrs. Marcus White and three children were guests Sunday of Mrs. John Hroaddus. The many friends of Mr Ward will recrct to nr k. 1. quite ill at this time. Mrs. William Walker spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Roy i rumer at .Mccreary. Mr. and Mrs. Obe Bolton of Scotts Fork spent Friday with their daughter, Mrs. Kverrtte Grow. Mr. und Mrs. William I.ane and family and Mrs. William Scott wero visitors in Danville Saturday. Mrs. Elgin Stuart and son, Robert f Willies, were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mrs. John Broaddus and daughters Misses Lidu and Jean were guest of Mrs. Amanda Coy ut Lancaster, Friday, Mr. and Mr,. William Scott and on, Billy Urown, were guests Sun-da- y afternoon of Mr. ami Mrs. Milton Ward. Mrs. J c. Robinson of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. William Sutton spent a delightful day last Wednesday with Mr. und Mrs. J. ,, Yantls. Mrs. William Kinder and hand- - Friday. Mrs. Susie Moberley is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Thos. Ralston this week. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Peyton have moved in the house recently vacated by Mr. A. R. Aiblll. and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hucker son Andrew, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hurt and children of Pennsylvania, are guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. bo NOT DRENCH HORSES FOR COY Mrs. Josic Matthews still continues ill. Hurt Mrs. Lucy Treadway of Owsley County is visiting her nieces, Mes-damThos. Logsdon and George Todd. Rev. Heimsath of Louisville spoke at Mt. Tabor Sunday morning in the interest of the 75 million dollar drive. Mr. O. L. Hammack and family and Miss Ellen Pruitt. attended church at Fairview Sunday after noon. Mr. Roy Bishop who has been in Klninton. Colo, for the past ten years, is here visiting friends and (Delayed) Mrs. James Sunders wus in Lancaster Thursduy. Mr. Zack Hester us usuul wus u Most nil the farmers in this com- culler here Sunday. munity ure gathering corn. Mr. J. T. Alien is still very ill und Mrs. Eddie Simpson spent Tuesday shows no improvement. with friends near Gunn'a Chapel. Duwson with Mr. Eddie soine Mr. Larue McGinnis spent Tuesday f i lends motored oer ufter chestnuts night with Andrew Simpson and Sunduy. Miss Mary Bryant has been visiting her cousin Miss Maggie White-hen- d Master Elmer Ray was a visitor at Saturday Simpson's Mr. Andrew night. Mr. Robert Vaught.and wife" spent Sunduy with her mother, Mrs. Belle relatives. Misses Willie and Veda Williams Simpson. Mr. Abe Burton was the week end spent the week end In Richmond Mr. nnd guest of her mother Mrs. Layton of with their grand-parentMadison. Mrs. Williams. Mr. I. I). Duncan hss purchased the Mr. C. A. Long was In Louisville part of last week. Mrs. Long visit- store at this place and will move ed near Richmond during the ab- there January 1st. sence of Mr. Long. Mr. Coleman Locker and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Williams and daughter spent Saturday night and Miss Hester Patrick spent Sunday in Sunday with her mother Mrs. A. Richmond, guests of Mrs. Williams Clouse. purparents, Mr. and Mrs. Williams. Mr. V. L. Sanders having Friends of Miss Cora Hurt will be chase'1, a farm near Hyattsvllle will at Ninl. Messrs. J. D. Carter and James Smith made u business trip over to Lexington lust week. Mr. und Mrs. Edmund Tussey and baby of Kirksvillc visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter Sunday. Mr. Andy Conn who is a victim of the flu is improving slowly. His little son's ure ulso improving. Brother Gamble from Wilmore, ' tilled his appointment at Carter's Chapel Sunday .and Sunday night. MIsa Jennie Barr of Hackley Is Mrs, Sam Clurk and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington and children were the pleasant guests of Delia were afternoon guests Friday visiting Misses Maude and Fannie Smith. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walton. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop Sunday. COLIC. Use thu modern It is ilungcrous. method, KARRIS' COLIC REMEDY. "For IS years 1 suffered increus-ingl- y Drop it on the horse's tongue. One with stomach and liver troudose usually cures. Founder never ble. Bloating with gas distressed A chihl can give it. serious W. A. Dickvrson. me very much and caused adv. heart fluttering. All medicine only I gave up temporarily. relieved JUDSON, KY. hope of ever being cured. My drug(Delayed.) gist advised me one day to try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. I nm feeling Mr. Henry Grimes is quite ill ut like n new woman since und cun now cut unythlng with no ill results." It this writing. hurmless preparation Mr. Frank Ray was the gueat Sun- is u simple, that removes the catarrhal mucus day of Mr. Jumes Foster. Mr. Jesse A. Simpson hud u val- from tho intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes pracuable horse to die Sunday night. tically all stomach, liver and intesMr. Jessie Simpson spent Sunday tinal ailments, including uppendicitis. with his aunt nnd uncle, Mr. und Mrs. One dose will convince or money reL. I.. Mutthews funded. Mrs. Maggie Trucey spent Sunday . K. Mc Huberts, Druggist, Lannight with her brother, Mr. und Mrs. caster, Ky. adv. Leonard Nuylor. Mrs. C. R. Naylorjind son utid duughtcr, spent the day Monday with Mrs. Nannio Ray. Mrs. Green Poynter Was u recent Mr. and Mrs. Austin Black were visitor at Danville. V the Sunday guests of their son, Mr. "Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle were nd Mrs. J. B. Black. with McCreury friends Friday. Mrs. James Clark and little son, Mrs. A. M. Girdler of Somerset, is spent Monday with her parents, Mr. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Yantls. and Mrs. Tom Naylor. Lady Grateful For Help Received. '''"' Creao- "" visiting their Mc' GJJY. F.rm.r, Say., "You B.I Rat. Can Bit. Throuh M.t.l." "I had feed bins lined with inr year, rats got through last pretty Was out $18. A killed so man'y l'en without " n snap"" B."TW t0UchtJ You try It. Three sizes 25e oon Mr. P. LaDuk., of RAT-SNA- l- ,r"Tr f '". Z R, E. McRoberts and Haselden Bros. Lancaster. Ky. Xoy; V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 13, 1919 Wickland' TRE LATE HOME OF SENATOR BECKHAM, ONE-FOURTH Si MILE FROM BARDSTOWN KY, CONTAINING 320 Acres of Land Live Stock and Personal Property o 9 70 A WEDNESDAY, auction O T2 Tr Kj JX JlLj NOVEMBER OF GARRARD COUNTY FINE TOBACCO LAND, o Q: ALL-SANDSTON- AT AUCTION THURSDAY, NOV der. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. ON THE PREMISES Rain or Shine. DISSOLUTION SALE. To dissolve the partnership of C. R. Barnes, Less George D. Conner and Ballard Jewell, the present owners, this fine farm will be sold as a whole to the highest bidMc-Crocklin, 20 tttii, AT TEN O'CLOCK, THE R. E. BAKER LAND, BETTER KNOWN AS THE J. A. COTTON LAND ON THE NINA PIKE, ONE HALF MILE OF NINA. THIS FARM WILL BE CUT INTO 5, 10, AND 20 ACRE TRACTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. ON THIS FARM IS A NEW TOBACCO BARN THAT COST MR. BAKER $2,000 TO BUILD AND WILL HOLD EIGHT ACRES OF TOBACCO. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THIS FARM HAS BEEN OFFERED AT AUCTION. THE MAN THAT IS LOOKING FOR A BARGAIN, SHOULD NOT FAIL TO BE ON HAND ON THE ABOVE DATE. THIS FARM IS IN THE BEST TOBACCO BELT IN GOOD TERMS. THE COUNTY. Wickland contains 320 acres of as fine land as there is in Nelson County, it is very productive, lays well, and is abundantly watered by a creek and many everlasting Lime stone Springs. Almost all the land is now set to orchard grass, timothy, clover and blue grass, with 25 acres in rye. As a stock farm it has no superiors in the state. It is in fine state of cultivation and produce large yields of wheat and corn, and is excellent tobacco land. This is conceded to be one of the best farms in the county, and as a home it is second to none in i 9 9 9 O P. W. Weils, tell tCil KENTUCKY. o o o o o o o o o 9 0 9 m SENATOR LANCASTER, 9 J CW UKCKHAM OF PERSONAL MEISTY ' "WICKLAND" Wickland, the home of the late lamented Gov. Chas. A. Wickliffe; the late beloved Mrs. Julia Wickliffe Beckham and Kentucky's senior U. S. Senator, J. C. W. Beckham, is located fast by the corporate limits of Bardstown, one of the most historic spots in the blue grass state. This magnificent old Colonial Mansion which has been the scene of innumerable social functions, is situated on a promontory which affords a commanding view of the surrounding country. Due East of Wickland looms Federal Hill, where Steven Collins Foster composed "My Old Kentucky Home," "Old Black Joe," "Down on the Suwanee River", and other Southern melodies. Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Feed, Farming Implements, Harness, Household and Kitchen Furniture. TERMS will be very liberal and made known on day of Lunch on the Grounds. Sale. information see For further Thursday, Nov 20th AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. I will sell to the highest bidder the following personal property at my home on Mt. Hebron pike two miles from Bryantsville. ' Two extra good milk cows; one good work horse; one work mule; new; one. buggy; one mowing machine; one Vulcan turning plow; two lone good buggy horse, gentle for ladies) one Studcbaker wagon, good as 'double shovel; one single shovel; one Cutting Harrow; one Drag Harrow; Five Stacks of Hay; Two large Water tanks; TERMS made known on day of sale. Household BALLARD JEWELL DEMAREE & HUBBARD, Agents. Col. Boliver Bond, Capt. T. W. Simim, J. Lee Bridwell, Auctioneer.. BARDsTowNf jTUCKY. & CO., Owners. and Kitchen Furniture and many other things too numerous to mention. LOUIS MUEPHY The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 13, 1919 COMMUNITY WOMEN AND CHILDREN REST HOUSE SERVES COUNTRY ON SHOPPING TRIP : Lite Currey & Gulley THE PLACE I TOR FRESH AND CURED MEATS SIME;AND FANCY GROCERIES ir "Honey, 1 ghd Mn Cook hy ' FreshJBread Daily. Choice Fruits and I knos that when I docs my part, it mill Jo the rest. Tlufi praise my liot biscuits, and say my cake and bread is " got!." Vegetables in season. Ijiunrtry nml Laundry sent ami returned ilniljlo Danville Dry Cleaning Co. RANGES il voled SVlSft ment of Agriculture ) for upkeep mid a chiivii of hiiiu' few energetic women decided lat men resulted In u large number ugiee l-i. "tlllltlHT tllllt l'oWoll. X. Mhx.. llftsltsl lug to pu M a month timurd the win it tentnil meeting place and u phi-i- i of the place. The on iter of the hoiie. where inieii ami thlhlrcn might n- -t, us hN gilt. h.nl Hie rooms pann lf A large- number of toiintr.v women painted, and New gifts of iimile Itosuell their shopping (euter, fiirnl-hlnare still arriving. The mits for tin-- sale of their stocks they i ml there was no plate when they stove, donated for the ottlce. hail been have spired on those evasions, work- might hnih nit the tlut ami straight In the city J. ill. Curtain of creing quietly unit ready to disappear at en tlii'lr lints when thej arrived In tonne uml Mrlm, mIHi plenty of culi the first sign of legal prosecution Iomii. nor ret when they wearied of Ions, mid a homelike aptearunce. shopping. How to meet such a jtfiii Duties of Matron. became the tonccrii of the The outrun, ulih her mother, ile AMERration HEcnt of the I'nltod State the rear room for and a department of ugrlc tilltirt- - and the portion of n largo room, known it ho ENOR- Stale Agriculture tolltgo. fhlhlrcn's play riKtin, I fiirtaliitst oft cottage for tlo Ir lol. Due of the dutle of the Search located a is iilmoM opHisf a loading hotel. Tlio mutroii I to care for nil chlhlreu building was In wretched enmlltlou hut vtlt parent desire In leave Ihoiti the .hopping. The building I 10 $'.'. location wa good. The rent wn ih,-i- awhile meeting plate. ret room it month and there wore no fiir-a Investors have the same right to I nlshlng. and liintli room h a niimber of rluh ! TMil'e Dm. know who and what is behind a se. j Expenses Contributed. rural people anil working girls. A curity offered them as the pure food gave ' eouimltlee of nine, knouu u the coin The woman' club of Ihe town Liw pives nurchasevs of food pack and II mem-- j iiimilty houe Uianl of control, line for Initial eipen-.e- s , ber. iiNti donated mmli of the fiino-- 1 monthly and transact ages as to their ingredients, accord business. ANto Federal Trade Commissioner THE SUM OF $300,000,000 ing Houston Thompson. USED AS MEAT SUBSTITUTES NUALLY WOULD BE AVAIL. BOYS ARE LEARNING "Failure of the manufacturer to ABLE. up to the pure food law may live HOW TO MAKE BREAD On Account of Protein Eggs Are Valucause one to take into his system able Food Easy to Digest by There are more than seven million poisonous food, and the vender may Children and Invalids. said Mr. liantists in the United States, ac icliihs An- - Pnniilar Prnipptc: punished criminally," he in (Prepared tr the failed 8latea Departsenate com- cording to statistics compiled by the Thompson before the ment of Agriculture ) Massachusetts. mittee considering provisions of a llaptiit 70 Million Campaign, includKvery egg contain about six or Sky law." "But if the ing these of all types and colors. Of federal "Blue even grain of protein of the same ure in white Young People Realize How Necessary value, a that of meat. For this reaknow what is be- this number, purchaser does not son egg are wtdet usetl a meal subhind a security it may result in no .Missionary Baptist churches. i Good Bread Is for Health and En-- i The income of these white Baptist food at all." stitute. Chlhlreu ami Invalid often Joyment Household Duties find them easier to digest than meat, is $3,000,000,000 a year, it Mr. Thompson declared that the families Are Also Taught. a thev tack the Itbrnn conuectUe tisnam squandered annually in "wild- has been estimated and if only ten United Suin by cat" investments in America had in- per cent of this income were given (Prepared ment the AsrUullure.) Depart- sue that meat contains. Because they upply Iron ami phosphorus as well a of He advo- to the service of God it would procreased to $500,000,000. Bread clubs conducted by the exten- protein the yolks of eggs should he cated that every person or firm of- duce a sum of $300,000,000, or four sion Kitetiiillsts of the United Intituled In the dally diet of over) States fering stocks or bonds to the public times what is being sought for live department of uuricnlturt and Ihe child after tbe end of tb first year should be compelled to print on all years in the present campaign. State Agricultural colleges. In Massa- The yolks also supply growth-promotinper cent of chusetts as well as In every other And if only fifty-seve- n communication and literature the food which adtls to names of the promoters and under- this $300,000,000 were given to utate, are opular projects for boy Me their value. this being the percentage of writers and sellers of the securities with the commissions or bonuses the proceeds of the 75 Million CamAVOID APPLE DISCOLORATION paign that will be devoted to miseach receives. Investigation shows that unscrup- sions this would make available for Afttr Paring Put Thtm Into Weak ulous promoters' are reaping a rich missions alone the sum of $171,000,-00- 0 Salt Solution Silver Knife It Better Than Steel. a year, oi enough money to proharvest throughout the country. All y sorts of schemes have been devised vide HS5.000 missionaries at a salt-(Prepared by Ihe United Hlal.s Departto induce investors to part with their of $2,000 per year or one missionary ment of Atrlcullure.i Liberty Bonds, War Savings Stamps for every 11,081 unsaved people in To prevent apples which are to be or indeed anything of real value for the world. served raw from becoming discolored, worthless promises of "a short road Thus it is urged by the canipa'jjn put them, after paring. Into a very to big fortunes." leaders that if the Baptists of the j weak salt solution (1 to '.' per cent), ' the United States department of ng- The investigation showed that pro- United States should give to tr.e exA moters are evading the state laws tent of their ability to the spread rf Irlculture suggests. paringsliver knife la use for apple, pears controlling issue of securities by sell- the gospel, they alone, without my than one of steel, as ami other fruits ing "certificates of participation," assistance from any other denomina Ihe steel frequently discolor the fruit "lots" in oil fields, "leases" with tions, could within the next five years sometimes leaves a notlreahle f and contract to develop the "oil land", carry the gospel to every man, womllavnr. I and secret formulas. Knowing they! an and child, in the world who has would be unable to obtain state per net heard it ulrtndy. EXTRACT JUICE FROM ONIONS period ol 23 This U the verdict tf Southern botnewives over oven It fjunoin, and you can rouk without Ukiitf cKukw. yean, lit It will pay you to examine the Princru Mure buying a range, .an! set it many patented features for saving time, labor and foil r vsn drprfklablc. (Prepared by A , Interior of Community Rest House. the Unit) Plates Depart- lure. The city couni TERMS Strictly Thirty Days. J. MOUNT & CO. OHIO BLUE GRASS FARMS. WELL LOCATED, PRICED for QUICK SALE. 11J acres 1(1 room house, 2 barns, crib, hog house, well watered, gooil handy to school and churches, cloe to good town, all river button! land, '.':i,"0(i One half cash 111'.' acres, tu room huue, large barn, garage, poultry housri crib, griinar) ; land level to rolling. Til) tic res bturgrnss, LT acres meadow, li acres timber, fruit, handy to nhnol. store and church. IIAItOAl.S AT 117,000 .0 acres ! room house, barn, poultry liuuse, wagon shed, granary, (i()(ll HHI.Ul.WiS; 10 acre cloer; lfi acres bluegrass, good fences; run mng water; close to a good tnuii. .7,-0- 0 70 acres, 1! room house, summer kitchen; cellar; large barn, poultry bouse; 10 acres clover; 20 acres hluegruss; l! ucres meadow; land level aad tolling; well fenced on good pike; close to school; store and church. $0,000. 107 a. of level black lain) all tilled on good pike close to town fenced into 1! field; -.- 1 acres wheat; 40 ncrcs clover; "ft ucres bluegrass, ' aerrs alfalfa; C room house, 2 barns, granary; wagon shed, implement shed. This IS A HANIIY KAKM WORTH T1IK I'ltfOE, $ 17,500. Only JS.00O in cash. 120 acres of level land well tilled; on good pile; near a good town; traction, school. High School, churches of all kinds; fenced into aix fields, 10 ucres clover; ".'O acres bluegrass; L5 acres wheat; ft room house, cellar; 2 barns; corn crib; garage; coal house, smoke house; granary', wagon shed. 22,000, Terms of one half ensh. WATCH THE "BLUE SKY" MEN. Investors are Warned BAPTISTS OF to Scan Closely what ICA HAVE behind Securities MOUS INCOMES and Stocks. If They Gave Only Tv Pant Religious Purposes GKT OUR SKW FARM LIST. 'A21 PARR & WOODRUFF, East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. WOLF TRAIL. (Delayed.) Madison with relatives and friends. Mr. Powell Dailey and son. Earl, and Misses Hcrt Dailey and Jeaale B. Mrs. Wilbcrt Oailey was the guest Kay, motored to Lancaster Saturday. of .Mrs. II Irani Land, Wednesday. Miss Oracle Dean Teater was the Mr. and Mrs. Carl .Moberley spent guest of her grand-parentMr. and the week end in Madison with rela- Mrs. Allen Teater for the week end. tives. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Herbert of Miss Myrtle Teater spent Tuesday Madison were visitors of Mr. and night with Misses Hernice and Bessie Mrs. Jesse Casey Saturday and Sunday, Teater. Mr uml Mrs. Nelson Davis were Mr. und Mrs. Klijah MrMillian visiting friends at Scotts Fork, SunMr and Mrs. Klzie Calico day. and son, .Mr, nml .Mrs. Marion Calico, Mrs, J. II. Ilobbitt mid Miss Agnes of Madison on Sunday with James were visitors friends Miss Jes-ii- e II. I lay ami Abner Itay here Sunday, Fork Friday and were guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. .Mat Kolger of Som- attended the pic supper at Scotts erset are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wa- ami Mrs. James Matthews. lter Kain this week, Mr. Karl Dailey and Miss ltert Mr. Clellnnd Casey spent Saturday Dailey were in Jessamine Sunday grand-parentnight with his Mr and afternoon visiting Miss l.unu Couch W T, Moberley Mrs. and (ienevia Carroll. Mits Cencvie Mrs. John Dailey and children Carroll will accompany them home spent the latter part of last week in fur 1111 extended visit. Better Bread and More of It Result! From Bread Club Activities. Cut Slice From Root End, Draw Back the Peel and Press Onion on Coarse Qrater. Often wo use recipes which call for the Juice of an onion. To extract the Juice cut a slice from the root end, draw buck tho peel and pre. the onion on a coarso grater with a rotary motion. 10 Per Cent Reduction on all AUTOMOBILE CASINGS & TUBES One week only, beginning SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15th. We have dandy assortment United States, Kelly Springfield and Goodyear, and if you need or expect to need casings or tubes for your car now is your time to buy. REMEMBER THE TIME, ONE WEEK ONLY. well as girls. From the number en rolled In these clnhs apparently Iht ) tiling people realize how necessur good bread Is for health and enjoyyoung peopl ment. ljit year ll-VIn llie boys' uml girls' clubs leurned Ihe ll rt of making bread. At Salem Mass.. 78 applied fur membership Ie Ihe bread milking club, and, strange as It may stem, more boys than girls np plied. As II consequence two classes ,.,, iliwtu.l nr.. L..I11 tin. luti-- ntiil niiit for the girls. Sixty hoiim of work j with u written report and an exhibit at Ihe end of the rontest, which closed April lfi, are required, ltesldes bread making the bns mid girls are taught all kliidH of household tasks which ran be properly dun by Imys and glrh from 10 to 18. V.M ty member of tin club wliu computer; the course will recele a club achievement pin. ROMANS OPERA HOUSE Two Nights. Two Matinees. Nov. 'S? Monday and Tuesday, : 17th, 18th. HOUSEHOLD NOTES FOLLOW THE CROWDS AND SEE ' Ji The Screen Hit of the Season Old corks soaked In purallln make splendid If possible, never cook potatoes by Imlllng. but by steaming, Suit and water gently sputtid face makes tbe cuticle firm. Painting Kitchen Walla. Kitchen walls should be painted sc that they may be uleil with u dninp cloth, making cleanliness possible without great demand on strength and without the disarrangement causoi bj whitewashing or calclmlulng. When putting down the, linoleum tlo not put any tacks In It. You will tie surprised how much longer It will wear. Two or three tublcspooufula f kerosene poured Into the boiler of wash water will reuioft) stains and n?lp tu whiten clothes. a ... on, the THE BIG TEN REEL FEATURE. Harold Bell Wright's Masterpiece Afternoons 2:10 TWICE DAILY Nights 7:15 Prices Matinee 25cti. Nights 25 and SOcts Plus War Tax. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Faint Lick, Kentucky.1 Carry Away Bad Odor. If your khoet ttlffcu after a tramp over tho kitchen on u raluy day waau them over with range and connected to the flue la tbt warm water and then rub castor oil chimney will gather all the steam and thoroughly Into them. Tola makes the sdora and carry tnem away. abota soft and elastic A hood suspinded