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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 20, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919112001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 20, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 20. 1919. SECTION 1 THIRTIITHITIAR NUMBER 34. WHERE THE GREAT CORN AND TOBACCO FAIR IS BEING HELD. MRS. EDGAINES To Address Educational Conference. For the paat five years the Department of Interior, nt Washington, through the Bureau of Education, cam-palha been waging a nation-wid- e for better rural schools anit the Improvement of rural life. Among the ogcncles employed in this work hai been a scries of throughout the country- - In response to invitations from President Frost, of Ileren College, ami Hon. V. O, Gilbert, State Superintendent of Public limtruction, the sixteenth Conference has )een called to meet at llerra, November 25th to 28th inclusive. It will be gratifying to local people to know that Mrs. Ed C. Gaines, of this city has been invited to speak at thW Conference on Itural Education. This is a fust tribute to Mrs. Gaines as a Club Woman and her coworkers here will appreciate It. GREAT RECORD GARRARD COUNTY'S CORN AND TOBAC- - WALKER BROS. AND GOODLOE. For Swinebroad, The CO FAIR OPENS TODAY AND CONTIN UES THROUGH WEEK. Real Estate Man. New Hardware Firm to The Series of Auction Sales of the Open in Lancaster. five Mercer Co'unty Farms were sold One Of The Greatest Events Ever Pulled Off In by Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man County. of Lancaster, Kentucky, just as adthe firm, Decorations Credit to Town, County and State. Smittie's Band To Entertain Crowd. The Garrard County Corn and Tobacco Fair opens today, under the auspices of the Garrard County Fair Association nnd what promises to be one of the greatest events of this character ever attempted in Central Kentucky, will take place. Messrs II, T. l'cddlcord and Hubert Kinnaird, President and Secretary, respectively of the Association are to be congratulated upon their enterprise. The Garrnrd Tobacco Warehouse, has the scene of this great affair, been elaborately decorated for the occasion, the interior of which is adorned with hundreds nnd hundreds flags, thousands of of American yards of black, red and orange colors, to say nothing of one thous and or more electric lights. This artistic work was done by William Beck and Son of Cincinnati, noted decorators, who in the past have decorated such buildings at Buffalo, N. Y., for the Shrincrs Meeting, the Columbus, Ohio, State Fair, the Methodist Centcnnary at Columbus this summer the decorations of which cost several hundred thousand dollars. This firm also decorated the Phoenix Garage at Lexington where the Auto Show was held last week. Nothing is ever too good for Lancaster and Garrard county, and officers of the Association are lucky indeed to get the services of Messrs Beck and Sons and when the people who attend this Fair see the beauti MORROW Will Use Brogans. Many Democratic Heads To Be Sev Ed When ered In Frankfort Starts His "Kicklnf-Out- " Program Court of Appeals Not Affected. vertised. On Friday November 7th, he sold two farms, 84.88 acres for J .A. Conn to J. E. Henderson, of Mercer county for $204.76 per acre and 113.43 acres for A. W. Curd to John Curd of Mercer County for $103.00 per acre, and on Saturday the 8th, another double header selling 102 acres for J. W. Jones to Thomas Gritton of Fayette County for $247.50 per acre and 142.11 acres for A. Gillispie to William Heck for $270.50 per acre. Then on the 1 1th he sold for J. W. Baker 210,'Jl acres near Uurgln to C II. White fur $293.00 per acre. And on Saturday, November 15th, he sold for C. l. Wade CO acres in in Boyle County near Pcrryville, two tracts, '20 acres to J. T. linker for $200.00 per acre nnd 40 acres to Abner Hilton for $221.00 per acre. L. S. Also on the 14th, he sold nt private sale for J. W. Jones a part of the Gwinn farm purchased by Mr. Jones uhen it was sold by Swinebroad at auction, this sale was 150.31 acres to R. L. Lyen and J. M. Lilian! at $305.00 per acre. The U II. S. Foot Ball team deMaking a total for the first half of feated the Lincoln County lads from November of Sales by Swinebroad of Huitonville laet Friday afternoon by 803.04 acres for a total of $223,055.-8- 3, a score of 46 to 12, and nn average per acre of The game although one tided In $258.00. score was exceedingly interesting as the trick plays and forward passes pulled by the Blue Warriors was the feature of the game. $400. The playing of the entire team deserves mentioning, and they work together, they do not play for Individual honors. CoL Am Bourne sold last Saturday Cox and Capt. Elliott at ends play- for Mr. T. O. Hill 70 acres of unimed a wonderful game, breaking up proved land near Buckeye, that averthe visitors Interference at all times, aged nearly $400.00 an acre breaking while Cox on his kick o(T displayed an all records for land in Garrard educated toe. :ounty. Carrier at quarter, Holtzclaw at The farm was sold In six tracts, full, and Robinson and Cochran at one tract going to Freeman Davis halfs played professional ball making for $510 an acre. Talton May got gains at will either through the line one tract of 10 acres for $335.00 an or around the ends. acre. George Hall a small tract for The all around playing of the $501.00 an acre and another one Bratton boys, Perkins, Swope and that averaged $405.00 nn acre. Rice were cheered many times from Claude Sparks 22 acres at $307.00 the side lines. an acre. This land contained pracCoaches Carrier and Bcatley have tically no improvements, but is conbeen putting the local squad through sidered, some of the best tobacco land a hard weeks training preparatory In the county. for the big Stanford High School game which was to be played here tomorrow, hut, at the last hour the The ladies of the Lnnraster WomLincoln County boys called the game Club will serve dinner all three off on the grounds that their team an's days of the Corn and Tobacco Fair hud disbanded. attending should It was Indeed fortunate to Manage? this week. Those get a good dinner this and Elitha Carrier that he has scheduled remember these people. a game with the Paint Lick High from School for tomorrow. The East End boys have a dandy le Says Tom Underwood In the good little team und a real battle is New Era. guaranteed all for next Friday nfter-nooAt this season of the year, the This game will be called promptly newspapers all over the country resat 1:00 o'clock in order to allow urrect a bit of verse: verybody to go to the Unf Corn and "The naked hills lie wanton to the breeic, Tobacco Fair. The fields are nude, the groves unAdmission 25 cents. frocked. Bare are the limbs of shameless trees. No wonder that the corn Is shocked". All the styles In Spectacles and Usually they credit it to our old eyeglasses furnished by the Byrne friend "Anon" or "Exehange". LateOptical Service, at Kengarlan Hotel, ly the authorship Is being ascribed Lancaster, Nov. 24th. to the Philadelphia Public Ledger. A new light on its origin Is thrown by the editor of the Nashville BanIt Is' reported that we have sold ner, who says It came under his obout. This is untrue. Our rent has servation In manuscript form about been raised from 480.00 to one 1005, "The story related as to its origin then, as memory only serves thousand dollars. We will move into other quarters was that it was written by a youag the first of the year. In the mean- lady at Cadiz, Ky., who sent it to time we are at the old stand and Harper and Bros, 'New York, that it would be,, glad to see our old custom- was accepted and paid for liberally, ers, m we art selling out every day. but whether or not 4t had ever been We would greatly appreciate a settle- printed the relator, as the atory came ment of accounts as we need the to the editor, was not able to say. money. The Record would be glad to know Respt, , It J. R. Mount & Co. the exact truth about the origin. H. VICTORIOUS. Stanford Cancels Game Foot Ball News. HILL FARM Averages Nearly An Acre. INAUGURATION JERRY CALDWELL, Of Governor Will Take Dies Suddenly At His Place Tuesday, Dec. Home in Boyle. 9th. Big Crowd Is Mr. Jerry Clemens Caldwell, Boyle county's wealthiest citizen, banker Expected. and one of the most extensive farmGovernor-elec- ful Interior, they will have received full value for the small admission that will be charged. The premium list is large and libIn is eral and much competition evidence, judging by the number of entry's that have already come In. Local merchants have responded liberally to the success of the cntci-pris- e and have secured about fifty booths in which to advertise tiler business, as well us to entertain their friends nnd customers while attending the Fair, The arrangement of the various booths form n circle around one of the entire floors, one entire floor will be used exclusively for Automobile displays and auto accessories. About sixteen different make Automobiles will be on exhibition. Local Garages will have an auto accessory' display, five men from the various factories, being on hand, t'i show the merits and explain in detail each accessory. Smittie's Band, of Cincinnati, will dispense music, giving five hours concert each day and evenng. The evenings promises to draw large crowds and with the Innumerable number of electric lights the scene presented will be beautiful. Everybody should and doubtless On Wednesday afternoon, Novem will attend this Fair, as nothing will ber the fifth, at four thirty o'clock, be left undone by the management, Mrs. Mary Maret Gamer, died at her to see that all attending will be highly home near Paint Lick, after a lingering illness of several weeks. entertained and Instructed. Though tended by loving hands, and every comfort provided, she fell asleep in Jesus. Bravely she fought life's battles, and as bravely she bore her sufferings with uncomplaining A new hardware under name of Walker Brothers and Good-lowill open up a new and store in Lancaster about January 1st, 1920. The firm is composed of Messrs W. D. and Joe J. Wal ker, Jr., and Mr. W. O. Goodloe. Each of these men are well known to every citizen in Garrard county. Air. W. D. Walker, who has been living in Mississippi tot the past year, will return home in a few weckj, his brother Mr. Joe J. Walker, Jr., who has-beeconnected with the Citizens National Bank for a number of years ami Mr. W. O. Goodloe, who h.is been associated with the firm of liufelJcn Brothers for several yciirs compose the members of the new firm. They have leased the store room now occupied by J. R. Mount and Company for n number of years. Mr. Mount removing his stock to other quarters as will be seen by a nctice in this issue. The room will be handsomely overhauled and a complete stock of new hardware, implements, stoves etc, will be Installed by the new organization. Messrs Walker and Goodloe are now in the cities purchasing their stock and in a few weeks will tell the people of the community what they have to sell in a large adver tisement which will appear in this paper. Success to the new firm. Three members of the State Tax Commission, five members of the State Board of Control, Confederate Pension Commissioner, Commissioner of Forestry and Geology, State Geo logist, Compensation Board, Superintendent of Printing and members of various state boards have been ap pointed by the Governor since the last session of the General Assembly, and therefore still lack confirmation by the Senate. Nearly every appointive depart ment head under the Governor is at Morrow, re the mercy of gardless of when his term expires, because the Incoming Governor may re fuse to send to the Senate the names of Gov. Stanley's or Gov. Black's ap Goy,-eIe- pointees. Chairman Jas. A. Scott, of the Republican, has Tax Commission, been appointed for a and has three years to serve; Ben D. Ringo, of Owensboro, has four years ahead of him if he is confirmed, and there is a third position created by dropping the Auditor from the board. Two positions on this commission seem sure to go to Republicans. Mr. Morrow has signified his selections for the Board of Control. Hanking Commissioner George G. Speer goes out next June and he was not an apAssistplicant for reappointment. ant J. W. Morman, of Leltchfield, retires with him, as will W. C. Shanks, of Stanford, Examiner. Examiners Elam Huddleston, Dan ville; Stone Walker, Frankfort, and P. C. Snider, Louisville, hold until Garner. fortitude. Mrs. Garner was one of Garrard's oldest, most highly respected and lovable women. She was the young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Shumate, of Madison county, (who were among the first settlers of Kentucky, coming here from Virginia.) She was born in Madison County, on November 30th, 1830, and had she lived until her birthday she would have been 83 years of age. On Sept. 20 1859, she was married to John M. Maret, of Madison county, and to this union were born two chil dren, Fannie S. Maret (Mrs. James A. Scott) and Willis Lee Maret, (all of whom preceded her to the grave). They moved to Garrard County In 1805, nt which place she made her home until the time of her death, She was again married on Dec. 13, 1898 to Mr. George Garner, of Bath County, who is left to mourn her loss, together with her brother, Mr, Frank Shumate, of San Francisco, California, eleven grand-childre- n and numerous seven great grand-childreneices and nephews, and other rela tives in Missouri, Illinois and Call To Serve Dinner. Who Is The Author? Stylet Galore. NOTICE. ers and business men in Kentucky, Edwin P. Morrow died suddenly nt ten o'clock last Mon will take the oath of office at Frank- day morning at his home on the Hnr- fort on Tuesday, December 9th. At rodsburg pike, a few miles from Dan the same time the Licutenunt Gover- ville. Mr. Caldwell, who was 60 years nor will take his oath. The other state officials will not take their seats old, seemed to have been in excellent health until he was stricken. He until the first Monday in January. Great plans are being made for was seated in a chair in his room was the Inauguration exercises and one when the end came. Death of the largest crowds that has ever caused by acute indigestion, the first attended the Inauguration is expect- attack of which he felt Sunday night. Mr. Caldwell was the owner of ed. more than 4,000 acres of Bluegrass farming land in Boyle county, vol ued at approximately $1,500,000, That we and our entire office force and was principal stockholder In the may take a holiday, the Record will Farmers' National Bank of which he go to press one day earlier next week had been president since its organi which will be Wednesday, day before zation in 1877; in a wholesale gro Thanksgiving.. Our correspondents cery business; a tobacco warehouse and advertisers are requested to company, and the New Gilcher Hotel Mr. Caldwell recently gave $15,000 please have their copy in by Monday of next week, to Insure its publica toward tho new Danville Hospital, and prondscd more if needed. He tlon. also was the quiet giver of other benefactions. iXmas Mr. Caldwell Is survived by his Is, a pair of Byrne's Scientifically widow, who was Miss Annabelle Fox, Classes, at Kengarlan Hotel, youngest daughter of the late Judge Fitted 24th. Last Fontaine T. and Eliza Fox, and four Lancaster, November trip of the year. Jerry children, Charles Wlckliffe, Clemens, Jr. Fox und Logan Cold well and three grand-childreBurial took place at the Danville Messrs C. A. Spelth and Company are erecting a large Tobacco Ware- cemetery yesterday afternoon. house on their lot they recently purchased on Stanford avenue. They hope to have the same completed in The Whitehall School house adver a few weeks, in time to buy tobacco tised to sell last Saturday will be sold for the season of 1019 and 1020. publicly next Saturday morning at through ten o'clock, November 22nd. Re Due notice will be given these column when they are ready member the date. Mias Jennie H If gins, Supt It. to receive same. t 1922. Road Commissioner, Joseph Boggs of Richmond, Is filling out. the unexpired term of Rodman Wiley until next July, when the term of J. E. Barton, Commissioner of Geology, and Forestry, also expires. Moses R. Glenn, Superintendent of Printing and M. E. Lee, of Elizabethtown, Capitol Custodian, are in for terms eading in 1922. Chairman R. C. P. Thomas, of the Workmen's Compensation Board, retires In April. Harry J. Allington, of Covington, retires in 1922 and Nat B. Sewell, of London, in 1923. The election of J. S. Cooper in this district makes the Railroad Commission Republican. Richard Tobin, of Frankfort, is secretary; William J. Preuss, of Louisville, rate clerk and B. N. Gordon, of Madison-vill- e, stenographer. The only department not affected Is the Court of Appeals. Early Edition. "HEN PECKED HENRY" At Romans Opera House. An Ideal Present New Warehouse. Date Changed. Mr. W, J. Romans, proprietor of tKe Romans Opera House has Just contracted for that splendid musical comedy, "Hen Pecked Henry" which is to, appear here on the evening of fornia. Mrs. Garner was a devout member November 27th, Thanksgiving night. The cast is composed of twenty-fiv- e of the Christian church, having con people and is said to be one of fessed her faith in Christ, at Fair-view Christian church, in early life, the best shows of this character on She was loved by both old and young the road this year. Remember tho date and secure alike, and will be sadly missed by all your tickets early. It. who knew her. were conducted at Funeral sen-Ice- s the home by Rev, Frank N. Tinder, of Messrs Sutton and McBee of Mt Lancaster, after which the interment took place in the cemetery at Rich Vernon purchased last week the enmond. The grand-childre- n were all tire stock of the late G. M. Lyons present for the burial except, Mrs. J. and the transfer was made the same C. Warmoth, of Wapella, Illinois, and day, no Invoice being taken. The Captain John M. Maret who is sta new firm announce in this issue that they wilt positively close out this tioned at Honolula Hawaii. The heartfelt sympathy of the stock, regardless of price, before the community goes out to the bereaved end of the present year. Read the husband, and other loved ones, who advertisement and hurry or you may miss some choice bargains. are left to mourn her loss. Business Change. yip r" The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 20, 1919 11 WE SELL CLOTHING THE ENTIRE ar FAMILY Clothing for the We are making a special effort to keep in our Clothing Department a complete line of Ready-to-Weentire family at the lowest price possible and still furnish Clothing that is of the highest quality. A visit to our store will convince M AKE OUR STORE YOUR HKA yoU that we are selling better clothing at a lower price than our neighbors are doing. WHEN YOU ARE BOYS You are miss ins a lot if you do not buy your Clothes at IN BEREA. LADIES READY-TO-WEA- R. SUITS. Our suits are high in quality Perfect In style and wonderfully low in price. Those who Boys' Department. Wc soli clothing that have lots of Style and that arc made to wear a long time.- Of course you can get Shoes, Hats and everything you need right here too. Welch's - COATS. Wc arc now showing all kinds of new stylish Coats for winter. You can save from $10.00 to $1!.00 by lnying your coat at Welch's Ready to wear Dppt. 1 0H x 15 know come to WELCH'S. BLOUSES. Our Blouses are selected for service and economy. We offer qually, variety and 100 per cent value. . MEN. WAGONS. 2- STOVES. Be wise and get your Btove while the getting is good. : Complete, only ..$130.00 inch Complete, only $135.00 EYE v OPENERS. Sugar, per, lb. ROOFING Best Galvanized 90 lb Slate Colored Moore's and Cole's Heaters. $6.75 ... ... .lie. $1.40 35c. ,05c I tH Now is a fine time to get that new suit. We have a splendid l V,- - line in stock ( oine choose from. Dolly Varden Hour Fresh Boasted Coffee Beans, Bed, per lb in and let us show you HAY BAILING WIRE. only per sq 3.25 ...$1.75 Hi .vhat we have to olfer. TOOTS DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. early in the week. Mrs. Robt Hutchinson and dnugh ter of Hnrrodsburg, were week end "I had feci bins lined with zinc guests of Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. pretty k.st year, rata got through Mrs. C. C. Becker left Monday for soon. Was out $18. A $1 package she will of KAT-SNA- I' killed so many rats, Washington County where ttat I've never been without it since. visit her filter Mrs. John Peters. .Mr. and Mrs. Noah Mnrsee Jr. ." Our collio dog never touched I You try it. Three sizes, 25c, were guests Sunday of her sister, Mr. Sue, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed hi- and Mrs. Mai Carter at Buckeye. lt. K. McRobcrts nnd Ilnielden Bros. Miss Iva Bowlin teacher of the N'ov. adv Brights Bend school, spent the weekLancaster, Ky. end with her parents, at Ilyattsville. BKYANTSVILLE Master Teddy Mullins of Nicholas-vill- e is spending several days with s Mrs. Nancy Mullins. Mr. J. C. Williams recent his grand-mothetrip to Cincinnati. Mesdames Hogan Ballard and B. Miss Bettic Scott spent Sunday C. Hose 'nnd Misses Zillah,and Amy with her parents in .Nlcholnsvillo. Dawes were Lexington visitors, SatMrs. J. C. Williams was quite ill urday. during the early part of the week. Mrs. Ella Curtis and sons, Frank, Mr. J. II. Edwards and family of Richmond, and Jesse of Ohio, aro pent Saturday in ' Versailles. spending several days with Messrs Mrs. Charles Ilcnninger is very ill Floyd and Forest Curtis. with pneumonia. Mcsilamcs B. C. Hose, Owen More-lanHogan Ballard and Miss Zillah Mrs. Margaret Hargis of Jacjksoii has returned after a visit to relatives' Dawes were guests of Mrs. George Herring In Georgetown Wednesday. here. Mrs. G. M. Ilendrcn of Buckeye, Dr. U. A. Dawes attended the Baptist State Convention in Georgetown Mrs. Hugh Miller and daughter, Miss Alma, of Fayettcsville, Arkansas and last week. King spent Thursday Mr. Collivcr Dawes has been the Mrs. Howard guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stucky of with Mrs. W. K. Davis. had as her Mrs. J. C. Williams Indianapolis. Mrs. II. II. llalcomb and daughter guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mary Bcllo, were shopping in Dan- Parks of Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Williams of Burgin and Mr and ville, Saturday, Mrs. Jesse Dunn of Lancaster, Mis Stella Mae Grow spent the Mis. Eliza Ballard is thu guest of week end with Miss Margaret Askins her sister, Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk in of Beuna Vista. Lexington. Miss Mayme Ballard who Mr. Dave Hankin and family vishas been In Wathington D. C. for sevited Mr. Lee Hankin and family at eral months is in Lexington for a few Hubble Sunday. weeks before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Kin Moss of Nicholas-vill- c Rev. G. S. Conunt, with Supt. V. were Sunday guests of Mr. and O. Gilbert of Frankfort, Dr. Keith of Mrs. Ii. K. Swope. Richmond, J. C. T. Not of Lexington MesJamcs W, K. Davis and John and Dr. Daugherty of Louisville InBryant ondMiss Bettle Scott were In spected the school at Wilmore Wed Danville Saturday. nesday, with the view of certificating Messrs M. O. Kennedy and G. S.I the cTuduate.i from the Nn mini Ilont Conant mado u business trip to Bui w K Uam M Mr uni Mr phur Well Saturday. (diaries Dean, Misses Bettie Scott. Miss Fannie Dowdcn was the guest . Fannie Dowdcn, Alma Miller, Stella of her mother Mrs. J. T. Thompson Mao Grow and Mr. Curtis Sanford at Paint Lick, over Sunday. were in Danville Tuesday evening to Uttttt W. K. Davis and Alfred ncar Miss Helen Clark, contralto and Swope'bought a fancy crop of tobac- Miss Lucille Collette, violinist, at the v Stout Theatre. co from Bruner Bros, at 58c. Thursday afternocn, Mrs. G. S. Mr. J. C. Mershon and son of Cor-bi-n were puests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Conant was hostess to the Commun Mr. P. LaDulce, Farmer, Says, "You Bet Rati Can Bite Through Metal." O. Kennedy Use the Phone and "Save the Difference ity Silver Ten. About forty ladies were present nnd a neat little pile of j silver left on the tray. Miss Clara Leo and Mr. Robert Chung, of Korea, now students of Asbury College, Wilmore helped In the entertainment. song. Mrs. nnd with a dialogue Conant in her hospitable way with .he help of Misses Mary Belle Allcne Curtis, Jean and Viola Rank.n, Thsssa Woods .and Annie Mae Edwards dressed in Japanese style, served dainty and appetizing refreshments. Mrs. Hogan Ballard invited all to come to her homo the The second Thursday In December. money that is given at these "teas" goes to help furnish the new Metho-- j dist Church that Is being built hcre.i FARLEE. . 4 m ma The entire Jine of BEREA, KENTUCKY. lingering illness of more After than u yeur, Mr. J. Wcs. Farlce passed Into the Great Beyond, at his home in this place Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mr. Farlco was in his C5th jcar :.t his death mid whs born and reared in Danville Kentucky, being n son of Mr. Peter Farlco and Mary Ellen Hogan Farlee, both now deceased. When n young man he came to Bryantsvillc and located. Here he married Miss Anna Welch, und to this union were born four children Mrs. Welch Farlee of Lexington, Herbert Lawson of Ravenwood, Mo, Sam Farlee of Jessamine county and Miss Mary Ellen Fnrlee now of Mr. Farlco had united with the Methodist church when a young man, and during the last months of his illness gave teatimony of the faith and teachings of the church of his choice. Besides his Immediate family, Mr. Farlee is survived by two brothers, Joe Farlee of Hnrrodsburg and Lee Farlee of Lexington and four sisters, Mrs. Annu Moore of Mercer county, Mrs. Arthur Shearer of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mrs. T. M. Osborno of Mississippi, and Mrs. Tom Woolridsre of Hnrrodsburg. The remains were taken to the Danville cemetery for interment, followed by a large concourse of friends, who deeply sympathize with the ones who are left to mourn his loss. The man who can not mark out a line of serious conduct for himself can not hope to compete with other who do. CLOTHING 9 uns vi , ' ft CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,-Millinery- i $ Fixtures, Etc, Etc, of the late G. M. Lyons PRICE-JUS- T f ANYTHING. $ Thisjhouse has been leased to J. P. Holtzclaw and son, Lancaster's Big Furniture .dealers, hence we must sell quick and get out of the way. SUTTON & McBEE Successors to G. M. Lyons. Lancaster, Ky. t The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Nov 20, 1919 AND Brand N m Dwellings IN LANCASTER, IN "THE LAND OF NOW." IN BEAUTIFUL HASELDEN HEIGHTS. s IN LANCASTER AT i I I AUCTION Saturday, Nov 22nd, 2:30 O'CLOCK, The Brick Residence of Mitt Jennie Lackey, located on Danville Street in one Block of Public Square. i At Auction Saturday, Nov. 29 2:30 O'CLOCK, P. M. THE PROPERTY OF W. B. MOSS, Sr, AND W. B. MOSS, Jr. OnVNew Four Room Bungalow Bath room and pantry Front and Back Porch, on lot 50 x 160 feet. One new Two Story 6 room dwelling, These lots adjoin. bath- Alto several Building Lots adjoining on Paulding Street. This is very desirable property and will be sold absolutely without reserve. room and Hyprop-erty. pantry, front and back porch on lot 50x160 feet. 'Cistern at each house. Water drant in yard. Concrete walks and Electric Lights to The last bid gets the property. Possession to suit purchaser and, LIBERAL TERMS. ; , NECESSARY OUT BUILDINGS. NO VACANT HOUSES IN LANCASTER. This is very desirable property, and must "be seen to be ap- For Further Particulars, see preciated. Remember this property is up for the "High Dol- SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN , lar". Buy for a home or for investment. For further particulars and to show you the property, see the owners, or t or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. At the same time Miss Jennie Lackey will sell a lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture, including some rare tique furniture. v Swinebroad, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager, an- ... v - ... The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 20. 1919 AT THE FAIR LOOK FOR OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR AT GARRARD'S TOBACCO WARE HOUSE, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF.THIS WEEK. WE WILL HAVE ON DISPLAY OUR LATEST MODELS IN MEN'S AND BOYS iSUITS AND OVERCOATS GOTTEN UP FOR US BY HART SCHAFFNER & MARX. MEET US $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $45.00, shoes for the whole family PRICES $25.00, and $50.00 WILSON SHIRTS, COOPERS UNDERWEAR. It HOUSE OF QUALITY. Copyrigt 1919. Hart SchilTnuiMart ,jH J AS. W SMITH of mankind. The milk of human kindness has curdled and the benevol ence of charity has vanished. We need a change. We need a little joy in life We need to remember that there is a right and a wrong a justice and an injustice a straight and narrow path, and one as crooked as the hairy legs of the devil. What a world this would be if we could all make a change if we could dig out the Gold en Rule and place its tenets above avarice and greed, above suspicion and abuse. We could bask in the sun shine of life and watch tho clouds roll harmlessly by. We could see us a people of supermen, guided by the teachings of brotherly love instead of by those of conquest and annexation. And we could see the light of joy in every heart, in every home. We could but we won't. LET THE PRODUCER PRODUCE. Greater production is a crying need of tho day, and because of the devastation in Europe the bulk of this burden falls upon America. We must increase our production. We must feed the world and we must eat at the same time. We must furnish the imple ments of cultivation and manu facture, and we must have them for our own use. Great er production alone can do this Future disagreements be tween capital and labor should be settled "out of court" in other words, without recourse to the paralyzing results of a strike. Surely the government and congress can devise some tri bunal which will have the authority to settle all disputes and enforce its decisions on both sides alike, doing equal justice to all and injustice to none. Nero fiddled while Rome burned. Let Washington cease pid dling or history may repeat it self. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. rCcpri?It l't.lltt5cbaSncrJiMirx lb i The Central Record Issued Weekly. 11.50 a Year, Payable in Adnata. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Post Office in Lan Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Lucastcr. Ky., NoTcmber20. 1919 i Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Rates For Political Announcements. For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 For County Offices. ....10.00 For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line.. .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individual! or expression of individual views, per .10 line ,05 Obituaries, per line ..... ... ...... . . if. OUR DAY OF THANKS. Commemorating the day of thanks is a national trait of the American people. It is never forgotten, and it is never indifferently observed. No matter how humble or obscure a person may be, there is always something for which thanks may be given. The president has designated Thursday, Nov. 27th, as Thanksgiving Day, and has exhorted the people to render grateful homage to the source from which all blessings flow. The Divine Being bestows His blessings in many ways, and in various degrees, but al- - ways as He in His infinite wis dom deems best. We may marvel, but it is not for us to question. Although our country is torn with dissensions, and rumblings are everywhere, we yet have much for which to give thanks. Our men have returned from the fields of war, in spirit, unchecked in the march of victory. Some have not returned, but the mark of a hero is above every grave. Our fields have yielded bounteous harvests and our factories have given generous ly of their products. Money has been plentiful and but little distress has been found. Sickness has been at the min imum and the death rate has tu en small. With the world in a we of America retain yet even a small measure of tranquility, with the hope rearing its head as a beacon light of he future. Let us give thanks for the blessings we have enjoyed, with the hope that when anarrives other Thanksgiving with the cycle of time peace may abide with us all. WE COULD, BUT WE WON'T We are fed up on war, and strikes, and profiteering, and of the the many other wat-no- ts day. We are surfeited with the complaints and the grievance.? Jump Advertising Rate and Cut Size of Papers. 1 9. Increased Nov. advertising rates and reduction in the size of newspapers were urged today by Franklin P. Glass, of Iiirm-inghnAla., president of the American Newspaper Publishers' Association at a special meeting here to con- NORTHERN SEED RYE, New York Timothy Seed, Kentucky Blue Grass and Orchard Grass, Red Top, Red Clover, Sweet Clover Seed. Are Facing Greatest Crisis In History. OBELISK-TH- E FLOUR of QUALITY sider the newsprint shortage. "Every paper", he said, "should Hog Feed, Rye Middlings, agree to cut down its average number of pages, both week-da- y and Sunday, by a considerable percentage Cremo Dairy will make your cows and hold down its advertising volume to a fixed number of pages. give more milk. "Radical advances should be made in advertising rates. The percent Carey-ize- d Tonic Blocks. age of increase should be such that will hold back the sluice of adthey vertising that has poured into our Brick, Cement, Rock, Sand. offices and bids fair to continue during the next year." Genuine Best for CurDeclaring that English newspapers during the war reduced their size by but so advanced rates that ing Meat. most of them earned more that be fore the war, Mr. Glass said; "It is plain that proper restriction of advertising space will not work any financial hardship here. If the situation is not met with co operation and sacrifice," ha said, "it is certain that weaker papers will be forced to suspend. The fault is not with the mills. They have maintained a 100 per cent production, per haps mbre than normal. We cannot look to them for prompt relief. We must depend upon ourselves." to see "Shepherd of the Hills", In PAINT UCK Mr. Glass said newspaper adrer Lancaster Monday evening. Using rates nluays have been too low Mr. Rodney Griggs visited friends and an advance of "5 or 30 per cent Mr. Homer Howard of Harbours-villGa Mr. Wilder of Vincent Ala, would not be enough because cost of here recently. Mrs. D. A. Hcrvey was a visitor in Mr. and Mrs. William Turner of production had increased 100 per Money, Miss., and Messrs Velsor and Lancaster Tuesday. cent in the last year. Mr. Alex Francis of Oklahoma is Undcrhill of Long Island, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Woods r here with the homefolks. the past week. Mrs. F. II. Smith was called to Mo., Mrs. Carlos Hedrick and little last week by the death of her sister. daughter of Lexington were the visMr. Arch Walker of Princeton is visiting his brother, Mr. Robert Will. itors of Mrs. U. M. llurgoas the first Wheat and Feed Salt Portland Kanawha Salt A one-thir- e, NEWSPAPERS Wal-ke- ifie DOG .1155, See our line of f5t S. S. Carvalho, one of the best known newspaper men in the United Hardware While Attending the Fair. Card of Thanks. this medium, we wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of our loving Through wife and grand-motheEspecially do we wish to thank Rev, Frank N. Tinder, and Mr. It. N. Beazley for the way in which they conducted the funeral and burial services. Mr. George Garner and The Grand-childre- Conn ' i a.i AKiri it? r&lliy ct iait? cm trc Ubndi v a--i Brothers. 1 -- swi a 1 T --i 1 1111 E SI DE Car of Fresh salt for sale. Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co, States, and formerly the general manager of all the Hearst publications, stated in a recent interview that newspapers are facing the greatest crisis in the history of the industry. He said that -- 0 per cent more paper is being used than is manufactured; that high prices are inevitable, and that paper stocks are' already at the danger line, Mr. Carvalho bases the increased price of paper on the four following things: "First The labor cost per ton on white paper is now $20 ngainst $10 four years ago. "Second It takes one ton of coal to make one ton of paper and coal at the mill has practically doubled in price. "Third Tho haul on pulp wood is growing greater each year; likewise tho freight charges. "Fourth The six to nine cent markets of Europe, South America and Australia are now asking for Canada and United States paper," Before the war tho price of paper was given little consideration by pub lishers in figuring publication costs. Today it is a very important item. The only way to meet the advance is for publishers to secure better advertising and subscription rates, the only sources of revenue. Publishers Auxiliary, Lcr. Mrs. Nellie Ballou of Stanford was the week end guest of Mrs. W. S. Fish. Mr. and Mrs. John F. White of Nicholasville are visiting their daugh ter Mrs. R. G, Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Logsdon and Geneva, were the guests of his par ents in Brassfield, Sunday, Mrs, S. F, Hughes and son spent the week end with her mother and at n wedding. tended the Rev. Greenville Todd filled his rcg ulnr appointment at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. G. M. Treadway and sister, Miss Chastine Rucker attended the burial of their aunt in Richmond last week. Miss Ava McWhorter has resigned as assistant Postmistress and accept ed a position as clerk in R. II. Led-for- of tho week and Mrs. K. V. visited her mother at Mrs. M. L. Noes lipfnro lonvlnf. .. Vn . ...K l)l;w inume m t Eminence, Mr. Hedrick having re-- J cently sold his farm near Lexington. ' 1 Mr. W. D. Rocers died at hi. near here Wednesday night of heart miiure, no naci teen In bad health for some time but his dpnih mm. . . shock to his family and friends. His wire and four small children aro left to mourn the loss of husband and father. Funeral services were conducted at the house by Rev. C. S. Ellis after which Interment took place-I- n Richmond cemetery. Tho sympathy of the community go out to the family In their great sorrow. Buckeye Baptist Church Next Sunday. Nov. 23rd. hn l,,.n set apart as Campaign day. We are expecting this to be the greatest day In tho history of the church. store. Messrs J. F. Foley and D. II. Shepherd left Monday for Detroit Mich., to drive a couple of Studebaker cars back for Paint Lick Garage. C. M. Findley had the misfortune to get pretty badly hurt while playing foot ball at the school grounds last week. It Is hoped it is not serious and that he will soon be out and able to attend school again. Mr. I. U. Shepherd and family and Mr. U. M. Burgess and family attended the Foot Ball Game in Danville Saturday afternoon. They also went The church has been thoroughly organized by the leadership of our splendid organizer. A. C. Mll. The teams, their rnntiiln. nn,l tt, campaign boosters are having special meetings in preparation for the To each member of the churrh u send this special appeal to be present next Sunday morning. The Master' is calling on us. Our lova tar ill and our loyalty to His Kingdom will oe measured by our response to His call. U. P. Sebastian, Pastor. ' 8 PAGES THE CENTRA!, RECORD. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 20. 1919. SECTION 2 . THIRTIKTHIYEAR MUMBIR WHITE PLAGUE j Window i i Glass ALL SIZES. ALL KINDS AND COLORS. Is More Fatal Groat War. RED BLOOD MAKES BEST Than COMPLECTIONS Wholesome Complexion The Pride and Glory of Healthy Men .ind Women. Prpto-Manie- n A REAL INVESTMENT W'tM'i Work For Roof Paints Points Out Menace of Tuberculosis In America and Tails of Math, ods of Fightlnc ll With RED CROSS CHRIST. MAS SEALS. Ill Nombr Makes Up Tired Pale Red Bodies Cheakt. Helps Build. automobile built. 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. Touring Cat, tloW, Roadster, 110T5t Sedan. 818JO; "Coupe, flail I'.O.ll. Pontile, Mich. Additional for wire wheel equipment, $75 We know that this Oakland Sensible Six Touring Car costs less to own, operate and maintain than any other ricRoberts DRUG STORE. ! I an article in the November Is Mr. Farmer- Remember that wcj sell that good WESTERN ELECTRIC LIGHT 111 PLANT, Water Works & Furnaces SEE US BASTIN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. ' iflF THE UNIVERSAL CAR There are more than 3,000,000 Ford cars in daily service throughout the world, and fully eighty, per cent of these are Ford Touring Cars. There arc many reasons for this, not the least of which is the simplicity in the design of the car, so easy to understand; likewise it is easy to operate; and mighty inexpensive compared to other motor cars. On the farm, in the city, for business and for family pleasure, it is the car of the people, and the demand is increasing every day. Let us have your order promptly if you want one. Hasclden Bros. Garage Lancaster,?Ky. sue of Wurld's Work the mennre of U strikingly presented tuberculosis when it In stated Ihnt the white plague kills more Americans every year than were killed In the (treat war in the same time. Discussing tuberculosis conditions In this count- try and the war on the plague thru the Ited Cross Christmas Srnls, the World' Work says; Ah- "The National Tuberculosis sociation is encaged in n battle in which it will be successful only in the decree that It is persistent. The popucampaign faces much-goade- d lar senaliuns, which arc resolved to relax at any cost, nnd thus it finds the task more dilTicutt. Because the 'white plague' lacks sensational elements it does not command attention and many people think that the subject does not concern them. Hut we felt a certain concern when the Germans were accounting for the deaths Americans how. of some 00,000 then should we feel toward the enemy ot home, which during the same period of time, took toll of 1 .10,000 d American lives? The public is slow to wrath, but slower till 1 comprehend the truth when doing so requires it to clinnge established notions. It is high time that we tet ourselves right and realize that tuberculosis claims a victim out of every three persons who die between the oges of 18 nnd 45 the produc tive time of life. It is estimated that the economic waste from the dis ease in the United States is fSOO, 000,000 annually. The fight against this ravager is more than u question of health it is one of economic nnd production ns well. And there is a good prospect of making progress against the disease. That tubercU' losis Is both curable nnd preventable has been established beyond doubt We csnnot afford to by science. ignore the challenge. "This year, through the inllucncc of war, the United States is faced with an unprecedented shortage of homes n shortage which makes overcrowding in our litics more intense. Tuberculosis thrives in a crowd; bad air and unsanitary conditions make it nourish. But science offers methods which will more than offset the handicap, and it only remain: for the public to support the organizations which use the power of science. Red Cross Christmas Scabi will soon be here, and their sales will register the amount of fight which the public is resolved to subscribe during the coming year." Change Complexions To Bloom of Health. The healthy, attractive woman and man too with a wholesome complexion is the envy of those who feel that, for them, such attractiveness is impossible. And yet health nnd attractiveness are much a matter of good, red blood and unless a man or woman is afflictor serious ed with some decp-tcatc- d ailment, vigorous health, and personnl charm arc within easy tench. n is responsible for the present health and happiness of thousands who formerly were thin, palt', languid and easily cxhuustcd. l'epto-Mangc- n place helped theso energetic, folks in the vigorous class and it probably can do the sume for you. Pcpto-Mange- n il contains the ts as n result of the increased that make rich, healthy blood. creates, the entire system attains the ply of red blood that rcpto-jlange- n igor that belongs to ivery man nnd woman. Pcpto-Mange- n is prepared in two forms, liquid and tablets. They arc; exastly alike in medicinal value. i Ask jdur druggist for "Gu.lc s ' Look when ordering Pepto-Mnngcfor the name "liudc's" on the packadv. age, Roger Aldridge Dealer. Lancaster, Ky. ADAPTABILITY Is one secret of Success. INCOME TAXES Rates Lower Than Last Year. Return forms Will Ba Issued Early In December. Frost Superior Pence Salt $3.50 In order to give taxpayers an opportunity to make out returns immediately on the closing of books for the year 1919, when accurate knowledge of their accounts is fresh in the minds, plans for issuance early in December of forms for filing income and excess profit tax returns arc being made by the Bureau of Internal The period for filling is Revenue. January 1st to March 16th, 1920. The normal rate of tax for 1919 is 4 per cent on the first $4,000 above exemptions and 8 per cent, on the re- ill maining net income, instead of 6 and 12 per cent respectively, the tax for 1918. Surtax rates, which range from 1 per cent, on the amount of net income between $5,000 and $6,000 to A Rat That Didn't Smell After Being 05 per cent of the amount by which the net Income exceeds $1,000,000, Dead For 3 Months. for and the exemptions of $1,000 "I swenr it was dead at least 3 single persons and $2,000 for mar months," said James Sykcs, Butcher, ried persons and heads of fumllics Westfleld, N. J. "Wc saw this rat remain unchanged. every day. Put a cake of P behind it barrel. Months later my FORD EAGLE NO. 37 wife asked about the rat. Remembered the barrel, looked behind it. Makes Record Run. There was the rat dead, not the slightest odor." Three sires, 25c, 50c Another For Eagle has achieved a $1.00. Sold nnd guaranteed by ll. E. Mcltobcrts Drug Store and Hasclden record. Number Thirty Seven steam-c- d away from Detroit Michigan, at Bros. Nov. ndv. two o'clock on tho afternoon of Picking flaws in other people is September 11th nnd arrived at Mon great sport. It enables one to for- treal, Canada at 5 A. M. Sept. 10th, get his own. after having traveled n distance of nnd fifty miles in six o seven hundred Professional agitators are a to democracy, and democracy is ty three hours, which is n record for the foundation stone of every free speed by water between the two citpeople. and The rem ies. One handicap which materially edy is obvious. If wo would preserve decreased the running time was the this country from tho fate of Russia. necessity of having the boat towed RAT-SNAmen-nc- I ft The Weber is the Wagon That conforms to the road without running gear. We invite inspection of thia new wagon, you should see the new international Sth wheel. It ret- strain on the ributes the strain on the bolster and sand board, and does away with the chucking motion of the front I I gear on rough roads. Yours for Smooth Running, I Becker & Ballard I 1 PHONE 27. BRYANTSV1LLE, KENTUCKY. You can buy at the right price of us SWEET DAIRY FEED, MIXED per Barrel. 80 Years Old-- Fit As A Fiddle. "I had a bad case of stomach nnd bowel trouble that four doctors could not help. Suffered nil kinds of pain, was filled with gas and constipated for years. I was advised to use Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Since taking a course of it four years ago my trouble hus disappeared and have felt liko a young man. Although 80 years old, I feel fit ns a fiddle." It harmless Is a simple, preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from tho intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and 'Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. R. E. McROBERTS, Drug, adv. gist, Lancaster, Ky, THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. i through the Wetland Canal, n dis miles. Because tance of twenty-si- x of its shallowness the Canal cannot bo traversed by a boat under its own power. The boat was manned by fifty men from the U. S. Naval Cantonment at Iiivcr Rouge nnd was under the command of Lieutenant Hartley, who was detailed to take the boat from Detroit to the Navy Yards "at Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Later It Is expected the Eagle will join tho The naval officers who have been MILL FEED, GROUND BARLEY, Oats, Hay. Coal, Cement, Knauwha salt, Sand, Gravel, Brick and Coal, Atlantic Fleet stationed at the Eagle Plant, at River Rouge, Michigan, since the Ford Motor Company began building the submarine destroyers are well pleased with the performance of the Ford boats. Adv, Laugh and the world laughs with you. Weep, anil it kicks you out it ss Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTS VILLE, KY. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, v KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Nov 20 1919. EVERYBODY IS OOINO TO THE Corn and Tobacbo Fair In The lNew Tobacco Warehouse Lancaster, Kentucky NOVEMBER 20, 21 AND 22 Good Music by Smittie's Military Band, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Good Prizes Good Time Everybody welcome. AUTOMOBILE R. T, AND AGRICULTURAL Not Very Thick aluminum foil fur wrapping nf mie-huIs only one-slit- li puriH-e- -s dredth of no Inch thick. .Sen Books. One iminot celebrate hook After saying Ids bot, llll something remains to Ih spoken In their praise. As ullli friends, one finds new benutlcn with svery meeting, r.nil would abide nlnays In the presence of lhoi (holci companions. As with a with friends, he may dlsin-nsFew nnd choice. wide acquaintance. A Rronson Alcott. DISPLAYS Secty-Trea- s. And He'll Know, Teo. a child In th nny be h Mild go, and afterward lie will tell ton n herein ynu made a mistake. Lire. PEDDICORD, President. Where Niitcf? Smiles and Men Are Brave work, not only here, but In Kurope. "The only way It can obtain this money Is through the savings of the people. The present conditions are really deplorable. Many who neier before earned anything llko the amount they are now earning are spending the money- - as rapidly as it comes In, snd are giving no thought for the morrow. "They are not only treating them selves unfairly, but they are retardinj the welfare of the entire country When Increased production ot easen tlala are vital the thoughtless art spending the money they earn for lux, mini and "Every cent of money that Is spent for these useless articles leaves the community, nejer to return. It th wage earner would only start a ays tematle saving, by buying Wsr Sav logs Stsmps and Treasury Savlngi Certificates, he would soon have s nest egg that would serve him well la sftei years, and he would st tee ssme tlrai sld bit government in solving tht financial problems that now confront us, snd that. It properly solved, will keep this country st the head ot si: nations of the werld for msny years tc come." ANOTHER M0THKF4 OOOSE; ROBT. KINNAIRD, Machine "Stuffs" Newspapers. Seattle Inventor hits ilentctl n Muffing machine that docs v ork of 14 men In placing sections th together. of niM-r' MARKSBUKY Kcv. Skagg preached tow very In- Triln up teresting sermons last Sunday. To out who has never had the good fortune to have an acquaintance with Williamsburg one might easily ubtal;. an erroneous lmpreslon when otte studies the map of Kentucky. Williamsburg Is the county seat et Whltlxy county down In the south eastern comer of the Hlue Orase Stile where the Cumberland .Mountains ramble aro.md at will and help to up-.iratKentucky from Vlrclnis snJ Tennessee the On- - tan hudy belli walling wonderful tale of John Km, Jr., and the wandering and doings uf ttr Lit tie Shepherd of Kingdom Come, comes to mind without effort, and places him In a receptire mood for the romame that a visit of Williamsburg will dis pel. Croat a sienlc standpoint ho will Nestling down not be disappointed. amid the foothiUs of the Cumberland range, with the Cumberland Rivet piercing a wondiously beautiful vallr) .nil :idling to the beuuty of the iaui scape, the capital of Whitley county Is mighty appealing to the visitor. Hut if tin bo looking for picturesque people, aod the more picturesque stills, prodded over by the "moonshiners," he must needs look in vain. Cur there Is no such thing In Whitley county. There I wealth there, much of It. There In culture there, too, but Is not spelled with a "K." There are good street, a fine business section, and s residence section that will compare more than favorably with a rit) that can boast a population miny In evces of WlllMmsburg'3 time three thousand. l'erbaps It la the institution that Is the pride of all Williamsburg that baa so refining an influence on the people of that section. Nearly a cetftury ago groups of Christians who believed in the cause of education founded Is that city what lias developed Into Cumber land College. lp the start It was de )ut that Is past now. nominational. and hundreds o students fiom miny states each year gather In this beautiful and sequestered city and gain an education, regardless of the enures with which he may be affiliated. They raise s sturdy and Intelligent class of men down In Southeait Ken Just Kids. 'Ciip.s I'll go Into the parlor." "No tucky. Alexander W. Urj.int, a prod fun In there, only sis wllli her lau. uct of Whitiej county, ami a re.ddcul What do you wauter go In there fert" of Williamsburg since hi. early youth, Is s fair specimen. Another Is C L". "I won't be long. He'll pay me a quar1'rltrhard, whom Weodrow Wilson ter lo git out." named as postmaster for the little city, and who Is as popular there as though the county was not nearly ten to one Republican. IAD GOLD GOT YOU? Dryant Is jet well under 10, und he looks even younger than the ears FEELING GRIPPY? that he owns. was a lad of 1! i.e left When Ilryant bis home In the mountain and set out to gain Ills education. He did this, when Dr. King's New Discovery and Spanlsh-Ani- he waa only 18 yearn old f the rlcan War came on soon starts you on the road and be enlisted as a pi It ate, and served for eight years, eight months to recovery and fifteen da)s. He was In Manila and participated In 13 battles, eacap-luwithout a scrutcb. tried. uhvajH ONCK trlto eifircaxlou, used.one. That's After bis soldering days he returned but never nPI'llcahlB thou It U to to the bonlu of his youth, married and """ New Ilr. KlngH Discovery, You will llko the prompt, business-llk- o embarked on a business career. The money he wned during his military way It loosens tlm phlegm-congestecheat. soothes tliu tortured throat, service started him in business In a relieve an old or a new cold, grippe, modest way, and ho has been fortunate cough, croup. in all of his Venturis. Tho kiddle rim tako It In perfect "I am Just ar patriotic today a t safety, too. No bad ufter-fficcwas when I waa buying Liberty Standard lialf u tvntury. liOe. ami Hondo," raid Itryaat to the Savings SIU u bottle. At your druggist. Herald man, "but will admit that Is only one of the reasons I urn now buy Don't Continue Constipated ing my limit on the Treasury Uavlngi Don't let your bowels bulldozo your Certificates. One reason I am buying Is tbat 1 raunol see anything like as system. Make theui function regularly keep llio body clruiiwU of wuste good and us safe an Investment any mutter with Dr. King's New Life I'llls. where. Illllousncm, sick headache, sour "It the government Is to biing back stomach. Indigestion, dlnlness. furred the country to the normal It must have tongue, bud breath think ot the emlarge sums of money to put eiery barrassments and discomforts trace-sbl- e branch of Industry to work to the utto constipation. How easily tbey'ro r tinel by tlio occaslonul use most, snd to Treaty s foreign demand of Dr. King's New Life I'llls. Move for American products, and to pave uoweis sinooiiuy but surely. Try .is u be way for the luuiiiui. aii uruggisi joc as try to participate cltliena of this counIn the reiunstructlou .1. j Mr. nnd Mrs. B. K. Swope of Dan-Tilare visiting relatives at this place. .Mr. Lee Speake of Texa3 who has been visiting- his nephew, H K Speake has relumed home. The Indies Working Society will meet at the residence of Mr. 1). S. Hwope next Thursday. Miss Mary l.ou Hutfmun of Lexingher cousins. ton lias been visiting Miss Josephine Huffman. Mr. ami IMrs. Ace Speake of California, arc expected soon to visit Mr. and Mrs. IS. K. Speake and other relatives. MOss Alice Sutton attended the pie supper Saturday evening at l'lcnsnnt Hill, and was the guest of Miss Kmily H. Uoume. and Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Speake their KUeat, Mr. Lee Speake, motored to Harrodsburg Tuesday of last week and were quests of Mr. Fred Sharp at a delightful six o'clock dinner. Kcv. Skugg left Tuesday to attend tho general Association at Georgetown. In his absence he appointed Mr. Kdmond Sutton to lead the prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Mr. J. Wesley Sutton who has been sutTering greatly for the past two or three months, went this week to Lexington where he he will take an X- ray examination. Dr. Virgil Kin naird will accompany him. At a business meeting of the church Saturday afternoon. The following gentlemen were elected deacons Messrs V. T. Doolin, Robt. Clark, Charles Dunn, Forest Curtis and Gordon Doty. Mr. Edd Sutton who was elected some time ago will be ordained at the same time with the other officers. The churches of ML Hebron, Lancaster and Danville have been invited to assist in the ordination, which will take place the fourth Sunday afternoon of this month. the inns tea iddle of the i.evt whl h lh ennui rs lgmsl the reg-- 1 w1l, tn.,ire,. mid with It came Initiation receipt a for the prisoner (.il:i.-- e "or i hlna'' tea.up. Tlie hnmlle hand.-- l oier t.. lliem to U- - gulllotlne.1. , ,, r.n,. (rm .Mrdltcrninmn f ,, i Is useil At eiiili exeottloii a fn-originally It was made of llh,(, for the iuniM iitnl the Ink l left ,ri Iim strung mrlli. )nnare and ap-t-o dry utm It. ( t,mps. jnr, ( ti. ' , It rriimv. there Is of Th.'i ,1... Tragic ..r Pens. Mt - I... ..I ... f ..on- n tiro T. lollectlnnl ..... -. . The First Cup nd Saucer. beverages of tin lteenttl wlthii ,n ,.,., n,,.n,i. ...i, .,i cen- i. Hie dlddls, diddle, Here's one fins riddle, Trices soar like a balloon. Don't fritter money on useless things, Then living will be cheaper soon. festM J. M. 0. Perversa Critters. "I can't help thinning sometime," snhl the illcot:ragcil fanner, "that the woie you tri-a- t your hens the more egg you will git from them. I remember mi old Joke where one man akcd another: 'How ilo you get no many eggs' 'Why. stild tin other, '1 treat my bens no unscientifically they're all laying for me. Trolley Dirigible. Trolley dlrlslhle system, electric motor ilrhen. Is proposed for the inrrylng of iiuiIIm, particularly for over sparse-l- y settliil territory. The ple from car to gtis ling curries Icctrlctdly heated nlr for resulutltig tin' buoyancy, Tho trolley ruble Is nund on u drum, allowing adjustment of altitude. Popular Mechanic Mng.uine. An Indispensable. Some years ago, In a cerluln flagship, tho commander had occasion to Und fault with the admiral's cook, and awarded him three days of the punishment known ut that period is Ten A. The admiral heard of the af fair, und sent fur the rommnnder on the quarterdeck. "What do you mean by IU" stormed the Incensed ndmlral. "I'leuse-tunderstand that I can get n hundred commanders like you, but only one coot like him I" Opening of Panama Csnsl. In 11IH, on August 1.1, the I'atmma -- Xsxrr "Let's take it easy for a while3 Ches. Field , A a smoke as that invites that's CIGARETTE you to enjoy you never have before Chesterfield. Not merely fine tobaccos, mind you, though we use the finest of Turkish and Domestic leaf, but an exclusive blending method that brings out hidden flavor- sflavors that others have failed to find. , That's why Chesterfields are different. That's why they satisfy. And this method is a closely guarded secret. That's why none but Chesterfields can satisfy. . rnnul was formally oieued to the world. The canal hail been nine years In building. The i total cost of construction, exclusive of fortifica tions, civil government and payments to the republic of Pnnnmii. waa approx imately W.7,000,000. The llrst pnss-ug- e after the formal opening ot the iiinul wax made hy the Kteamshlp An-coColonel Uorthnlx, governor of the riiiiul zone, was on board. The passage from Cristobal to Ilulbou was In nine bourn. Werld's Greatest Catau;t. Falls Is nn the gresUst CH-The iKin lathe world. on the gtrati'sl IgliiUU said to I.e 'mint river, which purity separates Ilraill mil Argentina. Tim precipice over v !! It the river pliinge Is 'J10 feet Ideh, that of Nlugnrn being 107 feet. riie ;i tn met Is ill, lit feet wide, or; e "iitMuo anil a half times tia wide u M.igura. It Is estimated that 100. '" .""i tons nf water pass over Ni-- 1 i. .nil In one hour. A like I'slltnnte the falls of Ignaru :40,000,000 Nij's-iri- i And Chesterncldsrcach you m prime shape for smoking always because every separate package is wrapped in moisture-proo- f e paper. glas-sJn- m h esrecrie 2 A HI 31 IT IF 20 for 20 cents and the blend can't be copied The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 20, 1919 ATTRACTIVE PICTURES ON FOOD LABELS SOMETIMES SEEK TO DECEIVE UNWARY KIDNEYS WEA Kidney troutilM don't Hiutpir of Thy Brow f lowly but thmalTC.un!r rmlnlne health with le&dllr deadly cruintv, until ou fJU a to WRIGLEYS 5 c a package NING? LOOK OUT! vie-ll- F? jn j, i iHop your troubles whl1 there I tlmn. Don't wa.lt until llttl pln become bl To Don't trifle with dlseaft, Chei. avoid future iinr1tifr benin treatment Cap with noMJ JW.DAf IfaarUm Oil eery ulei .now. Take thre or four day unlit you are entirety free from one of the national remi)te the land fnc ctnturtr. In lncurh' dlf. before the war c a package pain. Thle preparation ban been rf Hoi 16 r or em inent of the Netherlands k ranted a eeciai charter aumoriame tie prepr tion aod tale. n housewife of Holland would with M ehe out htr quaintly rails OOI.D MKDAI. Haarlem oil Capsules. They restore atrenata tnesaure anil arc responsible In a, rr-for the eturdy, robuat health of tba Ilollandera. no not delay. On to your druxglat a-on hla supplying you with OnuO MKIAU llaarlrni Oil CapaDles. Tate you them aa directed, and If drag-fla- t ara Dot will satisfied with results your refund jour money. IjdoIc for the name OOLU MEDAIj on the bos no other. In sealed taxes, and arrept threo allea. Th without food u loan be Dutch Drops "ltMl 5 during the war c a package 5 NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Draw A Check No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. Capacity 2 Oz. Weight of Weight of Empty Bottle Empty Bottle 4 Oz. 8 Oz. S Oz. 2 Oz. BotSize of Bottle Doei Not Indicate Quantity of Content! "Thlck-Sklnned- " tles Hive Oeceived Many Purchasers. ! ihe t'nlied male Department of Agriculture.) pictures nnd it1ir lo- s on the labels or roods rices which Is n furm nf misbranding agaln-will il well l be mi Iliclr mrd. ny tin- officials nf the bureau States depart, of chemMry, ITnll-went of agriculture, In charge uf the enforcement of Hit1 federal fixwl nml drugs net. Many prosecutions tind seizures, are made In the nforcemcnt f the law to prevent this stibllc form uf misbranding. In fine Inconspicuous statements print nri' placed on the Illustrated In many Instnnrei lo rorrect tin inlslt'nillni; feuturi,"i of the ilrlnri or other device. However, im the iU'ttirc or di'lee ntmrla Ilio at- , tention nl once, while llit lrironilcti-on-eorreelhe nale n 'an he seen only I'j ii imut eireiul xrrtitlny of the l.ihel, lh iurrlnivr I eerlaln to he mlliil unless iillentlo!! I ilireelid lo the exnrt wordliis of Ihe entire label. tree mnl n The picture of an oll nini of Italy on the label of n bottle of oil lend! the nveriiRe liouevife to einect nn ltellan olive oil. but n careful readlnc of the fine print on the label nlll rnnble her nonietlmes to discover that Ihe bottle contains collnneed oil mude In America. nil Is u wholesome product; Is well nblc lo stand on lis own merits, and Is chcnwr than olive oil. Oranges Pretty, but Oeceptlve. Tho picture of n luscious nrnnzo on the label of a liottle of Imitation orangeade nol only adds to the attractiveness of the label, but helps to hypnotize the purrhaser Into the lwllef that he Is cettlnc the real article, notwithstanding the fact that there Is turled away xomewhere In a niuwt of tine print n little ktatemint to the effect that this tnnvt excellent bever-n-t la but an Imitation. Many conKiiniers in.klntc and payltiB ickai!e for Arabian coffee accept havlnc on the label the picture of nn Arab mounted on n fiery ateed and Imagine they aro cettlnc the aroma of the delightful beverage of the far Knst. although there Is on tho label an lnconplcuous statement that the Capacity 2 Of. Weight of Empty Dottle- Capacity 2 Or. Weight of Empty Bottle Capacity 4 Oz. (Prepared 187 i V 1 1 Jk" 0ITI7CU0 III al lift VJIIaikillW llATinMAI M Ml 1111 I iwiiiibi DAM llHIin. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON B. F. Hudson, "ROLL OF HONOR." V. President. A ait. J. J. Walker. Mr. Irc. Clerk. W. F. Champ. Cashier. W. O. Rigncy, Asst. Cachier. N. C. Hamilton, Joe J. Walker, Caihier. coffee In that p.irllcular paikui.'e was , produced In ShiUi Amerlm. The pletiiir of n maple leaf on n ' can of sirup carries the fancy lo Ihe delirious lint or nnd weetne of Ihe product from Vermont. Inducing to pay more than they would pay If they noted Ihe Miilemeiit In very Mnall t.vpe on the holtum of Hie IiiIk-that the product l corn sirup flavored with cane. When Quantity la Camouflaged. ( The mo of panel bottles wlileli appear to have a capacity of four ounces of flavoring extract, but which on account of the thickness and eimtour of the sides cannot be made lo hold more than two ounces. Is nn old practice to deceive the housewife In regard lo Ihe Kvcn when the quality of quantity. contents Is mnrked on the buttle, Ihe i Is likely to Judge lb" quan- -' purliaor of Ihe buttle, llty more by lb' which Is mi apparent, than by nn statement, which can be seen only by chue observation. device for making n A more little bit of 'PIMT or spice look like u wholr. lot Is u tin paikuge with a shaker top which, because It cannot be removed without destroying the package, prevents the purchaser from observing that there arc only two ounces or l(s In the package-Deceptivdevices appearing on the labels of fissls or drugs subject to the Jurisdiction of the federal food ami drugs act arc In violation of that law. The question ns to whether any given device Is deceptive, nnd whether the deception Is removed by appearing elsestatements where on the label. Is one to be determined by the facts In each case. Many seizures have been effected nnd many prosecutions maintained because of the use of deceptive devices held to be misleading. Some forms of devices, although deceptive, which do not apupon' the labels, have been held pear not to be covered by tho provisions of tho federal food and drugs act. Action will be taken In all cases believed to be In violation of tho law, say the ofllcluls. la the meantime consumers can nvold being misled by deceptive devices by carefully reading tho labels of all food and drug for tha money you ov.e and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a mnn. who has nn account at the Gvtui Bank & Tnpl.Ca They know he Is doing Imtinesa in a busireia like 4 ay. better open such an account even it your affairs are not large. The v will grow all right The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CapJtal $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Vice-Pres- t. V l:. DENNY, President J. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. PENNY, Cashier Book-keepe- r. .1 IE. HAKKIS. Individual r. HUGH MOBI.EY, General K. STORMES, Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Alex R. Denny, J. It. Posey, J. E. Stormes,, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. 11. Elliott, Directors. G. B. Swincbroad, Watering House Plants. Plants should be wntered with a spray, not with u cup or a glass. Those that can be moved should be placed where the water will not damage carpets or floors; those that cannot such as large ferns or palms-sh- ould have something spread on the floor beneath them to catch the water as It drips. The water must be sprayed from nlwvo so that all the leaves receive it ; this carries off the dust and is the only natural way for a plant to receive water. Professional Enemies of Crocodile. There are men whose business it Is to catch crocodiles and who irn Jhelr living by that means. And whenever n human being has fallen n victim a professional crocodile catcher Is osked to help to destroy the murderer, nnd n largo reward offered him. The majority of natives will not Interfere wlfh the reptiles, or take any part In their capture, probably fearing If tney d anything of the kind they themselves may some time or other suffer for It by being attacked by a crocodile. fsj DC DC 31 IC 3C 3l3C SWEET CURDS GOOD FILLING USE FOR MUSCADINE GRAPES lave Tour lires Dry-Cur- e Retreaded Home Economics Office ef Department of Agriculture Suggests Them for Piss and Tarts. (Prepared by the Urtted matea Department of Agriculture.) Sweet curds mnke n good filling for pjo or tarts, suggests the home economics office of the department of agriculture. A curd Is obtained by adding rennet to warm milk and allowing the milk to stand iintll It hardens. The resulting curd Is then broken up and strained. To the curd from ono quart of milk add one level tablespoonful r cupful sugar, yolks butter, of two eggs and n few Zanto currants chopped raisins and n little nutmeg. or Bake It like custard pie. Pulp Left When Making Jelly or Grape Jutes Furnishes Ideal Baals for Paste. Vulcanizing pro- We use the can half sole-a- nd cess of retreading-n- ot rebuild a tire at less than half price. 3500 MILESsGUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. s. (Prepared by the United States Department or Agriculture.) All kinds of fruits make tlrt'idoUJ pastes which are more wholesome than randy nnd which may be served In Its rnrle-tlc- s place. One of tho of fruit pnsto Is made from the Muscadine grape. Yhen these grapes are available the wise housekeeper uses some for that purpose. The pulp left when making Jelly or urape Juice, furnishes an ideal basis for the paste. Full directions on how to make It and different ways to utlllzolt may bo had by writing Ihe Uulted States department of agriculture for Bulletin No. 1033. STOPI LOOK! of LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE Any n 9l REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with n now battery or repair your old one. Wc have installed battery charger and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding le, we can weld 'most any broken part of an gns engine or farming machinery. At time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or another kind of machinery, call us and wc will be glad to come to your rescue cither day or night. No jobs too large or too small. Wealso carry a largo stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. Wo handle tho New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than nnjr other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction Ala-chinutc-mobi- riOUSEWIFE e e REST CANNED FISH ADDS VARIETY and The Danville Brick Go CONN, Danville, Kentucky. Walnut Street. L. B. 31 After peeling onions hold the huuds nnd knife lu cold water fur n few min utes; the smell will go. To singe a chicken, hold it over a snucer of burning uleohol. This method docs not leave soot on tho flesh. e Plan for Housewife to Prepare Serve Palatable Meal on Very Short Notice. .. IC ii II II II II II ir If flics get Into the bou.o closo each room In turn and burn a small forma), debyde candle In each room where they are. To clear beetles out of cupboard 00 (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) With a supply of canned fish and meats the housewife rnn preparo and servo a palatable meal on short notice wllh saving of both fuel and time. They also make possible a more varied diet, lessening tho dependence upon cured, salted, and smoked meat, tho constant nnd exclusive use of which means a monotonous and less Wholesome diet. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Director Office Phone 18. RIGNEY and Embalmer. Kentucky. Resilience Phone 33. and larders, rprlnklo a Utile benzine Immense Waste ef Milk. over tho boards and It will kill the If every home there are 20.000,000 eges aa well as the Insects. of them should wusto on the average ee one-ha- , u.n.hA.1 with strong vinegar oeiore appiyin the paper, If vnn have decided to Iialicr while mean a waste of 2..VXI.O00 quarts dally vaii run aatlsfactorill ' 012.SOO.UOU quarts u year the total accomplish this If you wasli the walli product of more thau 400,000 cows. Ice and Cleanliness. cupful of milk dally It would guaranteed. In making biscuits, cookies or doughnuts the dough should be as soft as you can i possibly bundle it when turned out on the (uislry hoard and you will have much belter results It you handle It sparingly. It Is common know ledge that the high or the temperature the quicker meal will Ski1, but the family's supplies art not absolutely ut tho mercy of the thermometer. K-- and cleanliness are tw (rsat weapons of defease, Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. i I i , .. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Nov 20 1919. Remarkable Sale of New Coats NEW LINE OF WINTER COATS JUST RECEIVED, Our New York Office Has Just Sent Us About Seventy-Fiv- e Very Desirable Winter Coats (Mostly Fur Trimmed) Which Were Bought At Prices From $10. to $35. Less Than Regular Prices. The Materials are Bolivias, Chameleons, Peachbloom, Duvet de Laine, Crystal Bolivias, Tinseltone, Evoras, etc, the very finest materials used, and all the very latest models. .Colors are Toupe, Blacks, Navy, many Browns etc. ' ONE LOT OF COATS AT $35. This lot includes about TWENTY-FIV- E STYLES, most of them are Fur Trimmed and regular prices were from $45. to $55. Most of these are one of a kind, so come quick for best selections. HANDSOME COATS. There are in the lot about TWENTY of the very finest grade Coats in all the latest materials and colors and handsomely trimmed .with HIGH PRICE FURS. These are ONE OF A KIND and are priced from $25 to $50 loss than they were made to retail for. CONSIDERING THE PRESENT VALUES OF FINE WOOLEN MATERIALS AND THE PRICES FOR LABOR, WE CONSIDER THIS OFFERING ONE OF THE BEST MONEY SAVING SALES WE HAVE EVER HELD. SAMPLE TAILORED SUITS. We also have received a small line of , $35. FINE TRICOTINE DRESSES $35. We also offer choice of about a dozen styles of really handsome Tricotine Dresses at choice for $35. The regular prices of these dresses were from $47.50 to $65. Come at once and get your pick. This Ad. will appear in Danville, Harrodsburg, Stanford and Lancaster, and will attract many buyers. The quantity is limited, so come as soon as you can. high grade tailored Suits at prices about one-thir- d less than regular prices. m A. B. SYCAMORE. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. A number from here attended the land sale of Mr. T 0. Hill. Saturday Miss Thelmu Simpson spent Weil ncsday night with Mrs. Raymond HUCKEYK Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey and chil Miss Sallie Noel has lieen visiting dren visited Mr and Mrs. James LnnJi Mir 5 Pnttie Long. Mr. und Mrs. T. O. Hill were recent recently. Mr. ami Mrs. Clarem-- McCulley' visitors in Danville. Several from here attended cuurt were guests of Mr ami Mrs. Nelson Davis Sunday, ut Nicholusville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hughio Moberley Mr. nnd Mrs. Mai Carter und famspent the week end with her tinrent. ily visited llcrca, recently. Mr. anil Mrs. ilarvic Trater. Mr. und Mrs. Ray Noel were guests Mrs. Hnrvie I niter nml A,tuht Saturday Mrs. Virgil of Miss Ilernice were guets of Mi night und Sunday. Mr und Mrs. I .em Irvine and Mr. llughiu Moberlcy Thursday. und Mrs. Bradford Burdpttc visited Mrs. Elijah MrMillian spent, th du Wednesday with her luirenL. M. near llryuntsville Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Oddus Roberts and nnd Mrs. John Ray on Poor Ridgr, family of Jesjumine County, visited Mr. .Mose liay und sun Roland. Mr. nnd Mrs. S, N. Morford Sunday. nnd daui'htir. Ml.. ...... II The infant of Mr. und Mrs. Dewey .visitor of Mrs Sim Kay Saturday, , Price, that war born and died Nov. Mm Myrtle Ttater und little sister"' Kith, wus buried in Buckeye ceme- Mury were the guests of Missel Her tery, (ice and Himi.. Tenter Thursdnj Mr. und Mrs. Noah Mursce Jr. and night. daughter, of Bryantsvillc, were the .Mr. and .Mrs, Walter Kam and chilguests of Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter dren nnd Mrs. Lucas Foster and chilfamily Sunday and dren made u recent visit with Mr. and Tho W. M. N. met lust Thursday .Mrs. Mose lt.iy with Mrs. Hiram Ruy leader. It will Mrs. Andrew Stotta, Mrs. Homer meet December 18, with Miss Ber-nic- u Cannon, Mrs. Wilbert Dailey were Ilrouddus as leader. entertained at dinner Wednesday bv Miss Margurct Kurtz returned to Mrs. Ottl, Stotts. ufter a visit to her grand-parentMr. and .Mrs. J, W Dailey lither home in Mercer county Sunday tle sons were visitors of Mr. andMm. and Mr. ami Mrs. I F. llrown. Powell Duilev Sumlnv ,.n.i i 9 .uie. niivn Mr. and Mrs. Outley Burke und Tenter wus n guest in the iifternoon. family of Silver Creek and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMllUan and Mrs. John Sanders of Lancaster were ton, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davig and guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders daughter, Mrs. Lucas Foitcr and chilrecently. dren, Mrs. Abe Hurl Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Broun received tained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Wit 11Cy aml Wri unJ u message Saturday announcing tho John arrival of twins ut the homo of their Dailey were guests In the afternoon. daughter, Mr. und Mrs. Buford West Energy breeds success, but only in Richmond, Kentucky, common sense can retain it. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles received an unnouccment of the inurriuga of their daughter. Miss Fruncis Miles, of Louisville to Mr. J. W, Jones of Franklin, Ky on Monday u, m, Nov, If a. 10. bury, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dailey and les, were the guests of Mrs. James family and Miss Linda Locker of Sunders, Sunday afternoon. i WHEN YOU SUFFER .Mr. George Clark remains quite ill lluckcye, Mr. and Mrs. Willie C. .Mr. and Mrs. Luke Nuylor were Simpson, and Mr. and Mrs. OUie the guests at this writing. FROM RHEUMATISM of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. A. IS. llrown spent Saturday Graham were the guests Sunday of Mrs. William Matthews, Sunday. Mr. D. J. Walton and family. night with Mr. and Mre. Tom Ray. Misses Hazel Preston and Hazel Almost any man will tell you Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Pigg of Marks- Blank t Sltnpion. Durdctto were the pleasant guests that Sloan's Liniment The marriage of Miss Annie Loyd of Miss Laverne Whittaker, Sunday. means relief Blanks of Murksbury and Mr. Willie Miss Sinnie Cummins und Mr. C. Simpson, came us quite u surprise O'Rcar Whittaker, were afternoon For practically every man has used to the numerous friends of these par guests of Miss Jessie D. Kay Sunday. it who has suffered from rheumatic ticipants. They were united in mar aches, soreness of muiclcs, stiffness of Mr. and Mrs. E. Lcmay were the joint t, the rciultl of weather exposure. riage last Saturday in the parlor' of Women, loo, hy the hundred of officiating. The bride is the young-th-c guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kcngarlan Hotel, Rev. I'almetcr, Thomas Lcmay at Mt. Hebron, Sun- thomandi, uie it for relieving neuritis, lime tucks, neuralgia, sick headache. est daughter of Mr. William Wanks, day. Clean, refrrthing, soothing, economiwhile the groom is the oldest son of Miss Christine Preston was the cal, quickly effective. Say "Sloan's Liniment" to jour druggut. fiet it Mr. Milo Simpson. They lire both guest of Miss Carrie Preston wus the JJc. rOc. $1.4(1 poular young people of this county guest of Miss Carrie Preston Friday toda and the groom Is to be congratulated night. upon winning so lovely a bride. Miss Muttie Bculah Cobb und Mr. Their friends are wishing for them u long life of happiness and prosperity. Elmer East were the guests of Mr. O'Rcar und Miss Ijivcrn Whittaker Saturday night. WATCH YOUR BROOD SOWS Do have our sympathy bereavement- - in their hour of doughnuts that just keep you hanging 'round the pantr)' all made with jH CALUMET IAKIHQ POWDER itie safest, pureit, moit economical kind. Try it Jriveaway bate-daYou cure vhu you bur It, heii you use it. ton K lfi IHi uitu mriuiiintn improved us have o!liria)lr ty the HIGHEST B tii tcr, Georgia Mae of Lexington were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Culeb Johnson last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Simpson ami small daughter, Flora Mae, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Leslie Hill who is very ill. ( Misses Mattie Bculah Cobb, Pearl POOR RIDGE. und Nora Matthews were the guests I and Miss Mrs. Ike Duncan and children spent of Mrs. Josic Matthews Ethyl Clouse Sunday. . Thursday with Mrs. U. G. Preston. Mr. Samuel Clay Folger has re Mr. Edd Moblcy win the guest of his mother Mrs. Leslie Hill Sunday. turned to tho home of his sister, Mrs. Walter Fain, after u visit with his Muster Fred Hill spent the weekparents, ut Somerset, Ky. end with his sister Mrs. Dillard Mr. und Mrs. Powell Fowler und Simpson. Kathcrine, Miss Arlcigh Matthew wus tho small daughter, Sarah guest of Miss Christine Preston on have returned to their homo In Lexington uftcr u two weeks visit with k Thursday, her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Caleb Mrs. William Msthews spent Johnson. Thursday with her sister, Mrs. L. I ed. J not let them become constipat Give them un occasional dose of B. A. THOMAS' HOG POWDER. Relieves constipation. It is a true conditioner and tonic. Makes strong and healthy pigs. Wc sell it. W. A. Dickcrson. adv. Mrs. Wilkes Lakes und small duugh CAR I ERS VILLE. Mr. D. L. Giibhard is visiting in Clay county this week. Mr Andy Conn viho has been very ill is very much better at this writing. Miss Rcnn Pointer visited her parents, in Richmond at the weeks end. Mrs. Eliza Conn visited her daughter Mrs. Pierre Allen ut the weeks end. .Mr. und Mrs. W. II. Bryant and children were visitors on Harmon Lick last Sunday. Little Miss Cora Carter wus tho pleasunt guest of Hattle und Virginia Davis last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pitts of Dereu visited her brother und wife, Mr, nnd Mrs, I). M, Carter, last Sunday, in.. Matthews. Miss Irene Hurdin was the pleasant guest of Miss Hattle Simpson Saturday night. Mr. Johnnie Simpson wus n visitor of his sister, Mrs. Speed Sherrow of Mt. Hebron Sunday. Mrs. Mose Kay and daughter, Miss Jessie D., were the guests, of Mrs. Sim Ray Saturday. Mr. und Mrs. Dan Ray were the guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson. Mrs. V, L. Sanders nnd son, Char Miss Emma Wallace of Wallace-towus the pleasant guest of Miss Susie Green last Saturday and SunYOU WANT YOUR CALVES TO day. Mr. und Mrs. Milton Jennings und COME OUT. children and Mr. and Mrs. Audio well. You Robinson were the guests of Mr. and in the spring looking want them to show the effect of good Sirs. F. P. Bryant last Sunday. caro in the winter. They will not do Mr. J. T. Allen who had been ill this unless they are given a reliable so .long, passed away last Sunday WOLF TRAIL. remedy to tone them up, aid diges- night about nine o'clock, at his home Try H. A. here. He was eighty years of age, tion, relieve constipation. Mesdames Powell Duiley and Jou THOMAS' STOCK REMEDY. It is and was a faithful member of the He was an up- Ray have been ill. medicine, ull medicine, and you get Methodist church. The farmers In this vicinity are right, christian gentleman and loyed the results you expect, The family busy gathering corn. W A. Dickerson.. by all who knew him. ndv. 1 aszxz tLlFGCK-n- IT ij.V am km ,1 T OUUkUalS. HASELDEN BROS. The.Central Record, Lancaster am' Ky. Thursday, Nov 20, 9 19. 1 7 5 FATONIC After you eat always tak f rOH j60k AciVsTOtXas Instantly relieves Haaitbom, Bloal-- d Casey FMliaf. Stops food soaring. reneatlntr, ana an atomacn misenssi. Ksew Aiit ilttiim sa4 astwCHs. Vitality "TS smtrw- swMtaMsmiu. Iuli E ATOMIC la tbsbnt rtnudr. Ttm tt asmiaasr. ix'c la r Air-- CTION I ' YOUNG PIGS NEED ATTENTION Special Cirt Should Be Given to Housing and Bedding Keep Them Dry and Comfortable. (PrfparM by thi Unltrd BIsIm Depart- t or Aerlculture.l Ordinarily tin- - full rrnp nf pigs Is tin- - middle of An fiimmcd lietn-iisuit mid the 10th of October. It Is hlclily Important Hint lie well fid mid rnri'ftilly totnli'd during tlitt thin', I hi- - ran nnd inniiiici'ini'iit of Hie dams hrlni; practically tin1 same in t tin t fiillriwis whrn u spring litters are farrmvetl. .Similarly, fnll plc, itf-ti- T tliey tire u ennui, slmitlil li treat-r- il prln pics, exrrpt tin same a Unit In many parts of the country full pics do not Imt f acres to siren for. ape crop. In tin' tiiirtlicrn nnd colder locution', FIor!ol attention xliould In- - devoted to housing nnd the porker, liurlkul.itl) tin- - tilling pigs. Those Imnld never h nllnneil yomigsli-- r In lnsls or pens where they to slc-nor to rain or mhiw are ttiould IIipIm nllowcil to Hi on damp hetlilln? Suppljlne thi fnll pigs ttltl Methodist Church Enters Ypres and Brussels GREAT MEMORIAL CHURCH WILL 0E ERECTED IN DEVASTATED rtuLGIAN CITY. To Ge Center of Lavs- On the Part of Southerners. Bruis-l- s "tr-prlj- a fcflMr w lm oe wswill rriitt4 mmt , lt. Ym rim d t. bwwBMJ. .Oclswstosesa Disss. 'hMJ' Ky. ft Mdnesday, AT TEN A. M. R. E. McROBERTS, I..nt..ler, Nov. 26 142 Acres ot Blue Grass Land fcelomtag k.Wm. H. Roger, located on the Vermillion pike, 2 miles from Dnnville, Ky., nnd mM OM-ka- tf Uta Stanford pike. TM laal productive, lays well nnd i nbundnntly watered by creek nnd everlasting aprtags. AbfMtt on half of this land is in bluegrnss and red clover; it is in n high state of aaal tvill produce large yields of wheat, corn and is excellent tobacco land. It is conceded to b MM of the best farms in the county ; has n nice brick dwelling house with cistern at door; t acre tobacco barn; new stock barn; new tenant house with two rooms; kitchen and porch, bo awro ami attend this sale, it will be a rare opportunity to secure n bargain. Mr. Watt, who U now on the farm will take pleasure in showing you the farm. At the same time and place wa wiM sell the following personal property: Om horn, good worker; I jersey cow, a good one; 1 Deering binder, in good condition; 1 1 Deerlag aaowor; 1 wheat drill, with fertilizer attachments riding cultivator, new; 1 single 1 doAle disc Cuttawn harrow; 1 smoothing disc harrow; harrow; 2 turning plows; No. 20 e Oliver ChttWt 1 double sh ovel; I single shovel; 1 tobacco plow; 2 Fowler cultivators; 1 wagon; J pring wagon; 1 buggy and harness; wagon nnd plow gear: 100 barrels of corn; Household and Kitchen Furniture. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. I. k Barnvsasa DUNN ami ami ana aaV ana ami ana Lam aV asm! & COMPANY. REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ana! ama'amavaaf ann aV I LbbPbbb I aal 'bbbI'bbI I I I II bbbbbV ami Lam SALE 6f Choice Small ; J;WiH . Farm 22nd, sell at PUBLIC AUCTION on the James Liltrell farm, near Coy, Garrard County, Ky., on .(. .. t Salurdau, .TlI..l. . i Nov. AT TEN A. M. UnJ noui limiin nnrl hum l.nnrl in Vii orVi ctato culHvMn. This one of the very rare chances of getting a good Home, being Somali and will appeal to the man who wants a small home. 'j.Qo on any pike in Garrard county, Ky., look for small farms, they selKiag now from $300 to $500 an acre. are I'JIa) man who can get a home of his own, can afford to rent. One half aif m tobacco raised on four acres, will pay all the tax and interest, leaviinjplf acres you get the use of free. January 1st, 1920, theremainMfcis land will be sold for ing UwtMi fifth on five years time. No better opportunity has ever been of years. fered mm public. Look at the history of the county for the past worked, at least fifteen times, The mjjjfr has paid foe the land he has a sane man submit to this? Remember the date. is your opportunity. two-fift- h COL. ili BOURNE, on the Block. ,?:.SjiS3SI: Victor L. Sanders. COY, KY. . . A C.t cf Memorials. JOHN WHITE & CO. Vpres l illy of iiieiniirliils. The LOUISVILLE, KY. lirltish oe' .'nent has seb- ted a will ernt a mi, eum an a Liberal sssaetnwat and full valiss nionuinent to her fallen heroes, Stiiillir liu.'dlncK w.'l ne built b' lor .FURS Canadj. New Ze.il.inii, Auor.illa at MUaa anal Iieleluui. Ssit anise In Iho niliiM of these uienmrlals tl. Southern .Mi)ilt Clitinli will i. It will rontji a library ereetrd. reading room and social equlpiiieni NEW In addition to its aiidltoilum and clahs rooms. "Vpres will always he a meccu foi FARM BULLETIN two-horstravelers.' Heimchamp Dr said -Thoiiiands and millions ill flock tc Now Ready For that batt'eflehl Our Ciurrh will not Distribution oal minister to the people of Vpre Bnd the surroiimlini; territory, but It More than 30 farms described. Let the Pigs Wesn will also serwi these lstiors." Where Possible Ot yojr name on our malllnt Themselves After Ten to Twelve Mat st once. Great Plant in Brussels. Weeks Old. Semonin - Goodman The Methodists have also purchased plenty of dry, bright, clean bedding Incorporated areat building In Rrusfcls, whiih frequently since every two or three a I1I bo their head.itarlers for Kurope days If necessary to keep the nests It will contuln offices, an auditorium Louisville, Kentucky. nnd lied: flry nnd comfortable Is n nadlng and lecture rooms, a publish prerequisite of Micrestful luig Ins plant and soi l.ll eiulpment. TliU tMitnt can not lie over- The general secretaries of the twi euiplinslzed. The oung pls dellKlit ANGUSl'rotestant bodies of Belgium, the In a wnrm, dry neM. and the practical BBBBafaBBBa state Church and the free Church, will hoc ruNer ho caters to this desire l have offices n this building, thus the 111:111 nho uiially Is able to make makin; It the Protestant renter ot '"aBBBBaaaBBBBn1, the statement, hacked up with actual lirlElunt. V aaBBBBMaaBBBB&i fiKures, that there Is money In produC' Southern .Methodists have also Init pork. a half Interest in the Protest The great datiKer uhleh results from ant hospl als of Ilrursels. It wilt N nllowlns the plirs to sleep In damp and Its capacity will be beddlne Is that the ncjt mornlnc they double! Registered Aberdeen Angu out Into the cold air, often covered with sle.lin, nnd roi'Squcntly nro likeRelief Stations Established. gus Cattle for sale anytime s ly to contract pneumonia or other I)r lleaitt- 'amp repn. ted that thou .i.liiii'lits. Dry Itcslillncf. frequent san. of chimreu will freeze to death either sex any age. Also regiss houses, tlilt. wlnte" iiocaust. the Herman tered Poland China Hogs. Bii! tvpe of litter. ihnnm-.ml plenty of feed of the rluht char hoo led the mires and filled them with Meter are essential where the prixluerr .n .' le tliu iiiiklnt; It l:n)vofl"i A. D. BRADSHAW, record. for tile people to obtain fuel. Keeks a HO per cent Where these conilltlons are realized. "( liildri n with their mothc-s.- " 'WALKER BRADSHAW. said paitlrularly when the full ptzs are Dr Iteau'lmnp, "ire now ll)ttg In Lincnster. Ky. keit dry, Hhellcrod, and well feil. It the abandoned trem lies and ilusoip-lef- t profltabb) to rJli-- auturiti iirkiit t.y the in-mas tt Is to pnHluee irlnK pis". ilesplK In order to eope with the situation the common belief to the contrary. the .Methodists have nrtanged to op r. 1. f stations at Ypres, St. Queut.n, BREEDING FOR BETTER SHEEP Montilldier. IleUrade and other points A full of physlciats Cuperlmcnt Being Conducted on Ex- nur- -' s. tlirectors und social worker fcn sent abroad as soon as they will periment Ranch In Idaho by ea-- i be fomi 1. Department of Agriculture. The t'iiureh has a fund of f..no0,0ac (Prepared by the t'nitej Plates Depart- for Ktirnpetin construction work. Thl ment of Agriculture.) will bo spent In Servla. Krmce. Ilel Corrlcdale sheep developed In Aus glum. Poland and llohemi.i. Co. tralia mainly by n Llncoln-Mcrlncross, are belnc mulled by the United Incorporated States department of ncrlctiltnre at the government "S.OtKVacre sheep-ex- Manufacturers of Perfect-Fittinperluient ranch at Dubois, Idaho. There are nt present about 1,500 ulieep AND SPECTACLES on the project divided Into various Australians, claim for the classes. EYE GLASSES Corrlednlm better mutton form than the Merino, more weight, and yet u Widest Evangelistic Effort Ever Made good fleece of ubout three-eightKrrptoks Artificial Eyes Will Be Launched Soon. blood quality. It Is expected that the ' Invisible lllfocal Uus tests now being conducted by the denf" partment will eventually result In a Nashville, Teun. Plans for at average sheep, as to mutton evangelist!' better walvh wil motomonl carcass, than the breeds now on tin cover the tntire South and nperati was Introduced In- In :0 00J churches at the market. The bri-eno tlm 4th A Chestnut 8ta to this country by the federal departnro being forraulatert by tho t'aatenar) LOUISVILLE, KY. ment, hut ilnci- - that tlmn many large Commission snd the atangvlUt com private Importations have been made. mltteo of tho M. C. Church. South, sssssaa the kbecp on the Dubois range I'nrt of Ilhshop IT. V V Darllnglon Is tin lire being kept as stnilcht Corrledales. chairman nf Iho Joint dlrectlni; com while others are being rrossed with luittee and Dr. t), V (loddard la till crossbred. I Amrrloin teerelary eserutl Statdard Plan Made. The undcrsteneil htrcuy sue artis ( Tho movement will oporute accord . Liu to u stand:' rd plan. This plan pro iitr to nil persons nnc to trujp.tss up..n ldes for .i pui'imlnrry survey of tin ur land; lor an;. jmrnu whatever entire Knuili to Uli.'ovcr what peraom o will inisetute nil tillVnilera Don't neglect the salt box In tha pas- aro not affllluleil with any rellgioui It fullest extent t Ihv lit) Hunt. . ture. denomln it on. mill tlhernii'tr upeelally take v Dr. A. ('. Zunibruuncn u iu churt irt A field of soy beans may bo harvest- of tho svrve;, and ho has mado pro notice. I! U Elkin. ed successfully with lambs. llmlnary Intertlg.itleus lu a larji Mrs. Corn 1'iiillipi. number of lypiilal sections as samplei Vtrs. Knini.'i D.uiK'ls, A youiiK sow like other animals to KUldf insiirK lu surveying thel. '( I. Aronl.1 . when young, should not bo bred too ovn fleldu Vr. Saruli J I' ' oung. When tlie.e surveys are ininpletri is. Kmnwi IIiiiiIm'iiIi.iih tha erangellslle movement will l Kilil and X. U. Irice. No one can state definitely tin launched In an effort to Interest ul S, Riltsby, amount to feed a pig. Tito feeder himmembers whose mime, 0. M. Anderson. self must he Urn Judge. have been enured. It. I,. Uarker It bss been estimated that half i II. U Kellty. Milage furnishes u uniform quslltj million workers will be enlisted ti C. Itlgiby. of feed uud puts bloom and koo) personally Intertlow the persons win Thompstin and Tracy costs on live stock In winter, have no rhurch mem ershlp. xitil Nashville, Tinn. A Kteat Methodist Church, erected aid m.ilntalncd by the Methodist Kibuop:i' Church, South, will bo erected anild the ruins of Vpres, In ll.'ltliu. stated This w. illrodor-general by Dr. YV II. Itcitirhamp, Iho Ccn'ensry ('omlnl!lon of viho. with ltlrhup James Atkins, the LI: hop In ilinrKo of Huropcan mission fields. Jut returned from IlelRlum. The city of Vpres, terribly devastated, will not ho rebul't In Its entirety The onie magnificent Cloth Hall, the flnent In the world, the I'.ithndral. t li limn hall, the churhes. and other lare ruins will be left as a perpetual memorial. On theie the city mayor has caused slcns to he crTted, ".ol'ii-- - "Thi, No s.oiih of tills lab-rlIs holy "lourd may be tn tn It a her! peojil.-iUko for all TREES, TREES (PLANT NOW) FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, BLOOMING SHRUBS, (JHAPE VINES, EVERGREENS, PERENNIALS, RHUBARB, ROSES, HEDGE, ETC. PRr.K Illustrated Catalog. NO AGENTS. KY. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons LEXINGTON. 1M5- - aa It. r - LAND vaaBBsf STOCK FARM Southern Optical Revival Planned For Entire South Live SfTOOfl POSTED a t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 20, 1919 WELL-MAD- E SAUCES AND DRESSINGS ADD ZEST TO FISH AND VEGETABLE DISHES jot r. nf Afinvv jftitsV STORMES DRUG STORE, i CARDS, W: A. WHEELER DENTIST i (leneral Anesthetic Local anil Pain Reduced to the UliHiniMcml. methods Most muilcrn Minimum. mptoycil. All work guaranteed. Office over Stormes' Drug Store, tancaster, Ky. i'hnne .2!'. J. J, Byrne Exclusive k" DANVILLE, PITic- flntnmafpUt JSWSS,S, f 1 - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Hours 8 to 12 anJ to 5 p.m. What you pay out your good money for is cigarette satisfaction and, my, how you do get it in every puff of Camels! EXPERTLY Even on a Hot Night the Sight of a Critp Salad Will Stimulate the Appetite. (1'rtpareil b inent Ih blended choice choice Domestic M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Appetizing Mince and dreliig are Offica oyer The Carrard Bank the means' tit! by the eiperlencetl Phones Office 5. Residence 376. cook to tnitifonii plain a ml onllunry dMies Into Miiucthliig lit fur an epiKENTUCKY LANCASTER. e cure. The piquancy of u niico nihil id the tlaror of lih anil -. wgcliilile nml Incron-c- s their Here are some suggestions t h.v of the United States if Ai;rlt.ulture. t'nlietl FUtr Impert- rex out fri'-- li again, beginning ii ii U 3 1 jnlk In a cream lion I, uridine little cif the curdled dressing at time ami stirring constantly. with a tobaccos in Camel cigarettes eliminate bite and free them from any unpleasant cigiiretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor. Camels win instant and permanent success with smokers because the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing: flavor and delightful mel of the tobaccos yet retaining the desirable "body." Camels are simply a rcvelationl You may smoke themwithout tiring yourtastc! - J. A. Beazlev I'UNERAL DIRECTOR Cooked Salad Dressing. H teaspoonful cay- tabL.Ritiful muiitjiril. enne rPPer. lauiojpounrui fail. 2 tiibl), (Mtanful, 1 toblefpoonfuM Hour. butter. UMeitpttoutu! cupful vlnf sir. ' ex. j rjenr. For your own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. Then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. of agriculture: sret milk. i Huh together the dry Ingredient R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Sal- . N. C it ii t ailil egg Jolk, slightly Ofllre Over National Hank. AiM the Hiignr, melted butter, cold Itesuience i'hone II. 0lf.ee Pbonel-- 7 tublespoonfuls t teaspoon ful iu milk, ami hot vinegar In the order lemon Julre. 116 teaspoonful LAN'CASTKK. KY. cayenne. named. Mlrrlng until perfectly Muooth. Cook tho mixture In n double holler Cream the butter, add the yolks onu until thlikeniil. Set the pun Into n at n time and beat well; then add tho Ijii" 1 of iiild water and beat well until Smallest Dird. Life. Soma Superstitions. lemon Juice, salt and pepper. A short cool and onooth. CenThe smullest kt.imn I, M'e Is life's supreni- - Inter. . With The breaking of n looking glass Is, I time before nerving add bolting water. m that I out It nothing l isKiil.U--; ulth It, nil. with some people, the occasion of a tral American hunim Golden Dressing. Cook over boiling water and stir until bout as large us a til - Imttle fly. Amerlmti life Is the Kuprenio Interest glisuiiy foreboding, and tho unlurky 4 tablespoonfula U tupfut lemon the mixture U of tho consistency of susrar. of America. That life Is full, pro--g pcrnn who docs It Is supposed to be Juice. 3 erta (yolks), cupful llaht col- custard, then serve Immediately. Intense, ntnbltlous. Imperfect. doiiiicil to seven years of bad lock. Kentucky. ored fruit Juice. Paint Lick, This Is n delicious dressing to nerve Probably Doth. One of Its glories may be culled Its Ira Peacock feathers were formerly conwith cauliflower, asparagus tips, or "Pint wisnnn on the ennx r waiting Beat the egg", add the fruit Jnlre. perfections. For there Is n glory of sidered ns beiirers of sickness, yet flsh. with offer of stir gradually Into the lemon Juice, tl.e Imperfect. Charles P. Thwlng. fashion has Introduced them Into house for n trolley enr, refuel your -Egg Sauce for Fish. n lift rather iis'rcilloii.y." So ah and add the ug:ir. Cook In n double decorations. iFd.' replied the obliging taJvpAtwl cupfuls bolllnr cupful butter. boiler and stir ut.lil the mixture conM H lti Values of Precious Stones. 3 tablespoonfuls water, VETERINARIAN. iior III never know If she turned u a spoon. Cool quickly by placing pan anil Km. raids ranked with ruble i Snakes. Hour. 13 teaspoonful salt. Into cold water, beating the mixture her U'ff at my compnny or my flivver," -- upplilres Day or 3 hard cooked eggs Culls Answered Promptly us the most costly gems of It I known that some species of at the auie time. Thin dressing I the inn-le(cut In lj Inch world. Then diamonds were pents lay eggs, as farmers often plow llces). Nifkt. Phone, 317. combined with frultx to bo served as Horn In a rough state. The att of cut. them up, and ii)hu opeulng them they Costliest of Books. KENTUCKY. VNCASTER. tin.' the precious white stone was not find the embryo snake within the leath Melt the butter, add flour and sea- salads or deserts. Soiim attractive fruit combinations ill covered until the fifteenth century, ery covering. The egg of the same It l said that the highest price soning and gradually tho boiling waare: - sN'cles vary In size nml shape, but ore uhiii the flashing brilliance of the iliater. Add sliced eggs and uto. Hit rnillied for a Isxik, mi paid at Canneil peachi". (berries, and fresh m mil was brought to light. Emeralds nlnays oval. As u rule It 1 the con- nn nnrtlon sale In txndon rrcesxtly. Mayonnaise Dressing. cherry Juice with the apples. - still fashionable. They are rare, stricting snoke, or those which kill for a book of private ilnotluo. inteavpoonful mus Z tabletpoonfula dressing. mid good ones are becoming rarer. their prey by siuis-ilnIt, that Isy "XIV Century Itook of Hoars, forvtoecar or lemon lemon In the tard. Canneil tigs, fresh oranges, and pe Carat for carat they are as valuable as egg; such aa the black snake, boa Vi teaipoontul salt. Juice, merly tho property of Jeanne 11, Queen Cayenne. (yolks). Finei;Cnt Flowers. cans, tiding orange Juice In the dress diamond. of Navarre, which brouiht etc. 0,0(0. 1 cup olive or other ing. cooklnff oil. Uuavu, pineapple, and grapefruit. John M. McRoberts. Mix yolks and add mustard, salt, and using pineapple Juice In the dressing. cayenne. Add the oil, a few drops at Canneil berries or fresh grapes, ap a time and stir steadily. When half ples, and iiears, using scupiernug B. the oil has been used, or when the Juice In the dressing. Any of lhre dlnhes may t dressing becomes very thick, alternate innilo with a few drops of vinegar. Con- especially attractive by gurnlshlog encrnes, bertinue this process until both are used. them with nuts, whole STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. If the dressing curdles, start the pro- - ries, or marxlimul'.ows. GIVE ME A TRIAL. the United States department of agrl SPLENDID RECORD BY Satisfaction Guaranteed. culture and the North Carolina Agrin fine flve-yecollege, CANNING CLUB GIRL cultural recnnl. has Joined a cancanning She N. L. PREWITT ning club In thu spring of 1014, when the work was new, and canned oTi North Carolina Miss Tells What No. n enns of tomatoes from her tenth-acr- e Auctioneer that year. She was awarded tlm She Did With Earnings. medal for the largest number of Jam SATISFACTION GUAKANTEKD. plot, and canned from a tenth-acr- e In Her First Year Monnla Stalllngs nlso won n number of merchandise Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 Lancaster. prltex. The neit year she canned Won Medal for Largest Number of 1.000 cans, nml again won the medal Tomatoes Canned From Tenth-Acr- e for canning the largest number of Plot of Ground. 4twV f BOOKKEEPING cans In the county. Her exhibit In BasIsexs,Pbonograpny glass, won $1G In ensh prizes. In 1010 TYPEWRITING and (Prepared by the United Slates Departi her canning exhibit won several prizes ment of Agriculture.) TELEGRAPHY d worth a sfmnniTii ilTH IUS1NESS C0LIE3E "I have dressed myself, paid for mu- 5100;pure-bre- college Jersey heifer, domesm holm-shiIn a sic lessons, bought books and thrift r la mwM.W It frMifoat hu rftrtof The (.ISO 40 Valtl TJeVDKICJT DDIIIlMI, rtinriiBir nww, etantna 1 ii n ii. 1 mv (nntlio nhn it ... tic science; mid $." In euh. ,.., fourth . , ., termaT alii WW irr pnrirta, av UtaMWUsBVIK aXlTlfl.lBlBSleBHr widow, and have enough to pay my ex I f'"1 ,llh ribbons at her ''I"" pensea In college next year." was the . ,uv i.i lunuaui)) iitii unit county fnlr. In tho snmmer of 1D18, nlthough It wns u bad fruit year In North Carolina, tho canned 1.000 cans and subscriptions to und won a rui-tlmagazines. li Hollsndalse H cupful butter 2 Sgs (rolkf). Sauce. 1 cupful boiling water, M. J. PATRICK, se. Or. Printus Walker Honaker inn J. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. Dddbe Brothers motor cm rn ,.. r. mi Household A Hazelwood Sanatorium Tuberculoid MalnuincU by the Louisville j Association for the adequate treatment cf tuberculosis In alt Its stages at ku tte OA Kates 115.00 per week, board, medical attention, laundry, etc Ulch ground Delisht-fu- t surroundings. Special rates for cssvUUm lie, Uuuu.l II SMasrf, (tUmI poulbl.. ht DmrtHh s MkSUs ,s Ckn: UtmJd Ij.mrl.i., tuUm t, IImUU. Xt. 1Q UESTIONS j I I For th Trtatmtnt of very good sob- Melted butter Is stltute for ollvo oil In a salad dressing. 1'jiny prefer It. 11 - f" I aOf! clothing: Canning Club Member at Work. answer of a club girl In Franklin county. North Carolina, when asked how ahe hud used the money she had mad la cunning during the pax five years. Tula gltl, Uoonle Stalllngs, a member of a canning club conducted b proiiertles nre desirable Id H should prmlde ventilation, regulate the body temperature, for the eMiporutlon of moisture, provide freedom of action, and be easily cIcnaeiL I'lvo washing It und K t .vntir frutu the (slid water faucet drip ovir it. lu about live minutes Hie Inside will be dry and It yuu carefully wipe ami rub the outside It will have a hl;h lustre. KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. hi) tJ Turn the decanter upside down after 1 THE GARRARD Tobacco "Warehouse Co ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF t THE LANCASTER TOBACCO MARKET Wednesday, Dec. 3rd Our House Will Open to Receive Tobacco Tuesday, November 25th and remain open from that date. Sell Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sells GARRARD : ? i TORACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. ROY McCRAY, Manager. Incorporated. POINT LEAVELL. mother, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Mnrsrc " j ' IMIMMMHMWMMMMMetMHMmiMMIMtMIMHHMMWI J!n. The Vapor (Delayed.) .Mr. Virgil llanmionii Treatment FOR Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia ly fail to keep on hand a bottle of lint ctfreMe cruupieir.rj n.emhaiiaicrtain preventive and rpecific fur i nidi, uoup, grip!, pneumonia anj other icttiritory aifi.trnta. Mothers who knun lhcanguidi ( waitinr; l.clplrs.lr through hours fur the ihtiru' sho niav hot arrhr in time wilt Iji.H i I. ii M.neiin of Richmond with Mrs. I. II. Duncan and children, is iritintr his uncle Mr. J. W. Tntrm. nnil Miss Christine I'reston were in .Mrs. Katie Thompson ipent Saturin town shoppine; Saturday. day nnil Sunday with relatives I Sumo itf mm hinN friiptently The iiuihnrltli's tell ns that sold was .i eh,;.. Mi.ee be mentioned In his- - spend wiiks nl mii mid .iiv lKIleeil m"m tine I'reston spent Wednesday nicht "'" quench their tldpi p. rtly from the torv. to cold Csme Firat. Thriet of Scs Clrei. ....... V il ic .Mr. nnil Mrs. Dan Itay of lluckeye Miss Lillie Cornott of Paint Lick U spent l'rlday night with her parents, the attractive client of Misses Mtiry Mr. mid Mrs. Lewis Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Uobert Whltaaker ami Allie Hell. Mr. llnlp Kields of near Lexington "ml rhlldrrn were the KUests Sunday Mr Mn.l Mr. itninmneL-- "f J,r-- anl Mrs. Walker liurdctte. Hnwlnnd. a, 1 w WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES It ii applied externally 1u ll.e ihcit, ihrorl end t.ii trill and is ipiirkly absorbed throor;li the pecs ol he ttin. In healing vapors rue anj arc it.lulcii dlu. fv to the infected n.cinbrsnes. Adoublr.scii.Hitin.rdt. it ii doubly certain to produce sutufactery rtsul'i. It has this characteristic that dislmipmhei it from other salves, it will not stain the ilothei. Huv a bottle ol Vipomenthi TODAY, It is an intaluahlc protection for an insignificant price. salve: 30c, 60c, and 31.20 Bottlea at All Drug and General Store. If your dealer cannot supply you order from Would tun- - shop) (tlv up all I'msimtlvo llrlilcKl.smi now realise mie me for The Thoughtleaa Son. nlus who used Tin- (In fluid- - to net uji ht nlchts anil Jot These prlciw make iuo I" humlirllllant thoughts now has thoughts of marriage. I down lilt m who run sleep Hit uurr straight n la let her It'll he cheaper mltlimit any Oinirulty. breach nf promise, San Money. umwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmsm CaaaVxrland the most powerful iron tonic kiovrn and come to you lust aa it ii prepared by nature in the wonderful deposit ol Mississippi. Do not confuse A. I. M. with chemically prepared tablets. for Add Iron Mineral and do nut accept a substitute. All itvf store or tent direct by PBKNODINK CHKMICAL CORP.. Roanokc, Vihoinia For SaU by all Drusjiteta. or If you art uflerinc FT your rnitm ha bcton; ":ih "tpe'nf Ftrcr" voy i.t J Add itou Mineral to build mi, cdl-ooltiyi'tjuii prescribe Acid Iron Mineral bctuuo il la natural liquid iiet, and trill not Injurs) the teeth or came ill effects. It Is ' rjn-do- mm d. Crscary Co., Junction City, Ky.. Wh,.lMal. Dlstributora, Mrs. Dillard Simpson and Mr. Kd Mary Hell and visitor Miss Moberley spent Sunday with their Cornell, spent Monday and Tuesday mother, Mrs. Leslie Hill who is ill. Mrs. Spceil Shcrrow und briKht with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dychouso little son Herbert, spent Sunday with in Iincaster. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. I.uther McO,uciiry her Simpson. ami ilaUKhter, Miss lint tie, returned Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hiiney, little Saturday from Carrollton, Illinois, where they have been wsitini; the Mis Lcvenla and Miss Klvaree Carter spent Sunday with Mr. anil Mrs. past two weeks. U. G. I'reston nnd Miss Carrie. d Mr. William Thompson it in ai;ain this week on business we The pie supper ut Seotts Fork Safeguard , . rjr.tlly. suppoM ultho rome of his friends amounted to J.10.00. The hiehest If there Is II In Ml.' of io .ii in the seem to think he likes to look ut the price paid for a it pie was $9.00 by hotiM", rtjs Ilie 1'lill'nlelplila IliHord, "beautiful k'irls", for "Hill" is n la O'licar Whittnker, who bought Misi Insert tlnee pins In oppii-li- o dlieellnns j dies num. Simile Cummin's pie. In the enrk. This will make It liuixis- lblnt niit"o the enrk "llhout bring j" reinIiKl.il that then- - ill soiin thlnt; tin- POOR RIDGE, KY. usual nlxiut Its ron nt. It Is safety 1 jlevlee that cannot be luipmtiil upon, i I Mrs. Caleb Johnson spent Saturday niKht with Mrs. Williams. A Hard Worker. Miss Sinnie Cummins spent Sun-.la- y ll'swul qf tlfeafltf tlud jS "Vnu hale fullh in your eon-- . '! i fceir isr t t , K with Miss Christine I'reston. lit l 'I... tn .1 "r eresinun." "Seems In me like It's Ju- -' ,. tT 'lTl to I, Saturday Mr. Elmer Itay spent llfled," Mild Mr. Collide. "Anjliody J in jtj Ifunl',i 4 hundcrj night with Mr. O'Kear Whlttakcr. that'll as reln r about einlln' me free Vm CHl'l kre ti) ti I seeds an' all the Intent crop report. Miss Lucy Spcake is visitini; her1 not to iiieiitloii full details nhout them I Rrnnd-mothcFor Ml lixtally ty Mrs. C. Moberley. cuve duellers th.it iims) to live mil STAltMKS IIIIUO STOItK, Miss Arlrieh Matthews spent .MonWest, with slacks of pamphlets tillln' me how tit lltht th' boll weetll an' Hi' day night with Miss Christine I'resskivter, Is on the Job een If ho ain't ' Horses Inhale o'so. ton. statesman." Ai;.. Illnntnulmni llnrses iiiii.irt ' nit" ...em.nu are no Mr. und Mrs. William Whittaker wiii that Herald. spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J. A. tuu;hl In iiMild ii the native iinimuN oliiin nn Mnilly by Muiton. ''la .t That I Shunned. forclnc them In inhale -!- i,.l.e from i Miss Hniel und Klvin I'reston spent hurnlng pieces of the wv. il. "a- - ..f il,e nio-- f Inlere.tlns plant' I j in 'If All.imie slate Sunday with Miss Lucille und llumet s Vlrsliuu ; .ii'Ser. Il ' LeMay. is IoiiihI IhIi in the j Prettlntt. Vlr.ii ..s ,ii. d :is I'm sn.itit as Reortfl Miss , Ijivcrnc Whittaker spent Many persons erroiusuisly suppose spech-- s In the Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ak-nc- s thut they Iiiivk found heatity wlie'i they there mi' several oilier us Plnr ttlnuile stales lis fur Simpson. hao taken pleasure In what Is merely j Mtl rt,wiin jo Connecticut flie i r,.n- hlliv ,,,.1 ,..i,i Mrs. William Matthews and dnuiih-tc- r prelty, ti ml this Is unfortunate, for It ! ,,innr mm, , to ilirferinlhiln be vMi-v.- , s mly by i Arleigh, spent Thutrday with Mrs makes It tween whut Is pretty und what Is beau- - idney-!ia.e.- l leaies and curhm pur I I.. Matthews. tlful. T the liner of prelllness. love ipHsh-brna(lowers. These (lowers Mrs. 1. 11. Duncan ami chll Is a litllii frosted euke. Joy u Mr. und ...... ... .. i v.. n.. i.i.... ., Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. tarn turn, sorrow u doe of bitter inedl- - ir.iii .... dren spent .u I Hut Is ephemeral, 1'rctlluess cine. Harve McCullah. y kHm he flower unless one hunts for ! rf ul and memorabl- eI tI lHl.lf out l)f und b"Sr Mr. and Mr. V. L. Sander llkln"" lW.lble. son, Charles, .pent Sunday with her Miss Monday nijjlst. ,.tiii, The '..in eji'Muht of fnlllni: rain- -. -birds Is well known, ami .mi hlnlt have Alrp ;e. lueteri heen observed Itix'klu Inward u storm " Mrp':i!ie ino'or : rlnud nl'out tu lntrst. I nalNh . e bt'cn Invente! : elhnatl in tiKeiuihU nn nvlnti Uacriflee. and dNtnttH's jr. I.ivp t'lenti- - Kiierlllie and npprivla-Hon- . And the mini wlm Ihlid;-- " lie How to Save. lovi-- x mid 'ii'- - tnt the spirit of saerlflei-onl! "It's in "Id friend of s taf Is oui, "that ; f How iiin't .ao any lleiitli.ii. wlmhlat.-rlii- the l In I'liiotloi'. have 11 of is money ullhnut duini; ulilinut W illi tle-'under-I- ) l"tprelill an thlnir." While lids - p. ifwily true. eoillilei! we hold to the opinion that a fellow ' Ins etetiieiti ol inpaelly for ri-- i' don. Ii l the nlilllly to ale or never could. ilu.t tiake their true vn'ne. itml liiee loe 1. Ilie t:v iitiM of nil Iheie Congenial Employment. then the creator linuld bo Hie imwer tiiideiMimd you h.'ir blrul a of snerlllee. Alden. vildler ai a fiirmlianilf" "Vi-.- ," replbil Mr. t'ohlile. "lie was In the tank eorpC '"Wbal sort of servlei- - W he .UIiil'I" "Tin- b.'st ever. I told ti Ii si just to con-ld- ir my little old tractor a liink. imd (lie w.iv ,he get over a Held N r. -- antloii." To Measur - Keep We!! Do not a'.lo.v poisons cf nnd;.:cs:cii lood lo sccumubie in your bowels, where they are absorbed into your system. Indigestion, constipation, hesdache, bad blood, and numerous other (roubles arc bound to follow. Keep your system clean, as thousands ol others do, by liking an occasional dose ol (he old, reliable, vegetable, family liver ni:JI-cin- e. Thedford's ack-Dtaug- bt a Mrs. V. r. I'icklf. ol Kiting V .vvn,G.i.,.-r:leS- i "We I, e i cd tl'cd-!o;d- 's liuck- - irji:i;lit as lat.'!ly incd.-i- Aly ,! mild 4 loo stroiiu lor her, . j sl usrd lilxIc-Dra'aasa like calomel. - itsremed molhfr.ln-l.i- could net resu'.ilor hxauve snJ Iner ".'iia tsa it vljt ... ,,. tr The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Nov 20, 1919 M1E5TIEIT5 IB YIELD FABULOUS ;1 OIL. A NECESSITY, OrTCRS FIELD Pert UNSCRUPULOUS PCRYONS O UNLOAD WORTHLESS STOCKS. PUoLIC IS EASILY "GULLED" Company With Four Billion Capital and 137.50 Working CaplUI Proved Attractive Ysare Ago. After tier? wjr In which the UnlliKt States tau partlcipati d. the IMopIn uf the country have lined up waiting for opporfinlly a iiecesskry wu an tion. All that assurance that "the water's tine" to In. send them The majority neti-- r ataln cot their financial hraile abort the surface. Iluodrvds of millions of dollari hxw U n Inst In Ihi-suu!i tcntu-e- i 1i i:it pvt and million uro lelii lo; to Investors In the present eras tor rti rL eamMlng. It apparently ru.it.e ltttli dlaVnvn Ih- -t tlitue spcciilJtm.ia may be liiiiud on inJusirle which hare been prured The ro-i'Itrofitable uud legitimate. llo:i of oil is one of thti bat . operations, jet mora for.-.- , cs luve lieeu lost In oil stocks aad o.l l.mds than tn any other speculation. Crude petrnleum Is a mtcesslty. It a staple price. Its production Is a legitimate business, yet Inrt-stjr- s in oil stock risk more dangers than beret I.tvlnjsMon In Africa. The first oil boom occurred ,ln thn arly "CCI'is, Jmt after IMwln L his drill-- r "Uncle Ullly" Smith thought In tho first drilled el! In l'eunsylvanla. "f With the new J)raic'i success, people from nil over the cat'on flocked to Cenaiiso couutv In the hope of "strlMr-- oil" auJ mak-1Sa fortuus orer liljht. Land In favorable localities sold readily for from 16,000 to I7.U00 an era and farms brought from 1500,000 to 11.000,000 each. Speculation of every possible sort among all classes went on to such as unbridled extent that It amounted to sheer madness. A plot of two acres sold for half a million, and 14.000.000 was refused tn: CO acres, which had been traded for a yoke of oxen less than a year before. Hundreds of wells were put dorm, but their owners, without adequate capital or equipment, saw their means vanish and poverty approach aa a result of the unscrupulous and merciless dealings of the land speculators. Then came the first of the (ushers. In a year, oil waa almost as cheap as water and prices almos ceased to .exist, sales being mad as low as 10 cents a barrel. More fortunes wr lo.it, but demand was gradually stimu lated and prices Increased until the close of the Civil War, the country was ripe ror another stampede. The rush to the Plthole region followed and with that rush came the extensive operation of. stock companies. In these companies, people from all orer the' country were flftKed 'of their earnings and speculation In such shares was tremendous. It Is estimated that the companies In Pennsylvania alone at this period had a combined capital Issue of over Then the bubble burst again. Floods and fires swept the flelCs. Production was Dot maintained and the wild cat companies toppled over right and left like a row of brlcfcs, carrying down' to ruin thousands who bad Invested their entire capital, i Drake, the Inventor of modem drilling mothods, who knew oil as few men knew It, was among them. He lost all Ms property In spallation and his family waa reduce? to actual want. His former associates made up a purse to relieve his necessities. Subsequently the state granted him a pension of S1.G00 year for the services he had rendered the country. This nation Is facing a similar era ( of speculation at present. The methods of fradulent promoters In selling stock bavo been somewhat refined, but k e tlio dangers of get not less than after the Civil War. i Ropeated proof ot tho dangers of stock speculation has been given. The most secure protection against tho lure ot such investments Is careful and conscientious saving and regular, safe and secure Investment In government securities; War Savings Stamps, Treasury Savings Certificates and Liberty Bonds. They do not guarantee) except Sunday," "dividends semi-dailbut they do guarantee security against loss, coupled with sure profit. , Treasury Savings Certificates and) Savings Stamps bavu the advantage oi always ucjuk caaaauie tor more " than was paid for 'htm. Liberty Bonds, at prosent prices, r an lnve:tment opportunity that will net be equalled rain, probably, In this generation, financial authorities units in predicting that all issues will sell above par as two ars now selling. fie current nf Inronstdrred to iiluufio Into specula- Tested 250,000 Miles Three-Poin- t Greatest Improvement Since Pneumatic Tires "OVERLAND 4 has been put through the most thorough and scwre test possible. 2,50,000 miles of mountain trails, desert sand, heat, cold, mud hnd dust, demonstrated the quality of every part of the car long before we began manufacturing. car. 130-in- Cantilever Springs greater comfort under all road conditions. They do away almost entirely with side sway and rebound which twist and nick the Th js remarkable test showed conclusively Cantilever Springs, exclusive with Overland, are the greatest improvement in riding comfort since the introduction of'pneumatic tires. They protect the car from road shocks and prolong the life of every part. They enable the wheels to hold better to the road. They give that Three-Point Diagonal attachmentof the Three-PoiSpring-bas- e Springs at both ends of a gives the steadiness and smooth riding of the heavy car of long whcelbase. Equipment is complete from Auto-Lit- e Suiting and Lighting System to Marshall Divan Spring Upholstery. nt ch Come in and see this car. Ask for Overland 4 Touring, $845; Road- -j stcr, $845; Coupe, $1325; Sedan, $1375; Prices f. o. b. Toledo. Booklet. ROGER ALDRIDGE, 5 DEALER, LANCASTER, KY. m ,lttmiiittMtm"i"""""""",,'"Mi mens should be taken by tho physl-cla- n and examined In approved laboratories or sent to the State Health Laboratories at Lexington or Louisville for free examination. If tho antitoxin case is nt all suspicious should be administered at once, 500 units If seen on the first day, und from 7,000 to 10,000 units If seen later. This dose should bo repeated in six hours if the membrane is not getting smuller. Antitoxin Is furnished by the State Board of Health at greatly reduced prices to physicians unci Hoards of Health. mi,,,, i. .J J Board of Health Warns Against Diphtheria. cent. t senseless ularm but for Thu follouinK definite suKKestion More than half the IM'J action. deaths which, occurred from this ills are offered by the State Board of ease lust year were in 'children whose' 'fealth to teachers, parents, guard parents failed to cull a physician dur inns for the supression of diphtheria. ing the first three days of the sire "When u child has sore throat It i HOMELY, RUT TRUE. greatest American should be excluded from school, kept throat. The speaking of diphtheria an- at home in bid, separated front other Thrift to mors than th lasUnet of authority children und the family th dog that bnrlt th boa h can't titoxin aa; physician at bow. It Is tmjallty, prudence. "When this remedy is properly called. This is essential If there an Industry aaa prosperity, used on the first day of the appear- - whitish spots In the throat. Speci Bottom nnce of tho membrane in tho throat, thcro arc no deaths from diphtheria. When delay in its use extends to tho Diphtheria U repurted us existing second day, tho death rate runs from in more than halt the counties in live to ten per cent; when it extends Kentucky. It U epidemic in several to tho third or fourth day, it runs up of them. This is not a causu (or to thirty, forty mid even fifty per The Home Paper. Do you know of Hast wholo community who would be willing to go through life, month by month and yeur by year, without a knowledge of tho town In which he resides? Would you liko to be that person? It is difficult to convince the average reader of tho real value of his home paper unless he has at some time or other been forced to do without 'It. Then it is that its vujut is brought homo to them. Host peoplo subscribe for the homo paper, read it, enjoy It und absorb the news It contains as u matter of course, giving scarcely a thought to the vast amount of labor entailed In the production person in this of the Issue. And yet that issue means tremendous consecration of thought and energy and perseverance on the port of both the editor und his entire force of employees. The work thus represented on on issue of this paper, for Instance, costs the reader the (rilling sum of fivo cents. Would you like to fill the editor's shoes for u week, or u month, or permanently? Would ou consider the labor thus InvoUed had met with Just compensation? Exchange. When u woman neglects to change her mind it Is pretty fair evidence that there Is no mind to ehunge. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 20 1919. WE ARE THANKFUL FOR YOUR PATRONAGE. YOU WILL BE THANKFUL FOR THESE CHANCES TO SAVE ON MERCHANDISE THAT IS RIGHT IN QUALITY. We are extremely thankful for a phenomenal years business and fully realize that Thanksgiving House of Quality. The One Price Store. 3 the magnificent volume of business that has passed through our doors during the last twelve months has been made possible only by the continued good will of the people in this locality. We shall endeavor to merit this liberal patronage by continueing to distribute only the goods of recognized quality goods in which our customers may have the utmost confidence. The Joseph Mercantile Company. Being over-loade- d with ladies Suits we are offering same at a ridiculously low price. Miss Lilla Mac Sutton was a visitor Mrs. It. E. McRoberts and Mrs. In Danville Tuesin Danville last Wednesday. day. Mr. Homer Howard of Georgia, Is Lexington, Mrs. Miller, We are trying to tell out each day and have tome iplen was the M. M. of her ofsister, Mrs. spending a few days with his friend, guest Mr. Haydcn Leavell. did bargain that we want to give our friends before we move. Dollic Hrown last week. $85.00, MALLABLE RANGES Miss Ruth Carrier, spent the week$35.00 CAST RANGES Robinson, end at home with her parents, Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. George $50.00 Misses Knnnie and Kettle West have and Mrs. W. S. Carrier. STEEL RANGES $40.00 been recent visitors In Danville. MOORES HEATERS Mr. Roy Bishop of Kingsbury, 7.00 OTHER HEATERS Mrs. M. P. KIkIn who has been the California, is visiting friends In LanBREECHING, $10.25, PLOWS, $15.50 and all down the line a guest of Mrs. H. V. Walter returned caster and Garrard county. Wagons $125.00 lot of mall articles at Reduced Prices. to her home in Lexington last week. Mrs. II. J. Chestnut is in Cumden Mifs Kathleen Walter spent sever- nnd Hamilton Ohio, for a two weeks al days in Lexington last week the visit with friends and relatives. The Deal.House. guest of her cousin Mrs. M. F. KIkln. Miss Emma Hays was a visitor in The many friends of Miss Eliza- our town last Sunday, the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. Will Harris of 111 beth Gibbs are sorry to hear she is Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazlcy. have been guests of Judge at her suburban home on the RichMrs. George Robinson Mrs. J. S and Mrs. E. W. Harris. mond road. Gilbert and Mrs. W. B. Burton are Messrs W. O. Goodloe and Joe WalMrs. Alford Poynter who wns oper spending a few- - days in Louisville. ker are spending a few days in Cin- ated on at the Danville hospital on Mr. and Mrs. Haydcn Leavell spent cinnati and Philadelphia. Oct. 29th, has returned home and is Cemlnjs sad he week end at Crab .Orchard A Brkl Mtatlea of 0 Eugenia doing nicely. Misses Lucite Sutton and Are Inttrutcd In. Oetags byTtMM Springs and attended the Fox Hunt Moss spent the week end with Miss Mrs. A. C. Hill, of Cincinnati, and Anna Kny King near Danville. William Bowman Grant of Kcntuc Mr. W. G. Mershon of Winchester, University spent the week end .Mr. anil Mrs. W. K. Cook spent the Mrs. Louis Landram, Mrs. K. B. have been guests fif Misses Mamie ky with his mother, Mrs. Florence Grant. wToVfwrfn Danville. aner. Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sut- ami r.inyi Mrs. Graham Price who has been Mr. Clay Kautfman has gone to ton were in Lexington Tuesday, The many friends of Mrs. Dollie London on local business. Mr. and Mrs, Ike Dunn and chil- the guest of Mrs. Martha Frisbie and Brown are happy to sec her on the Mrs. F. P. Frisbie, has returned to streets again after her illness. Her Miss Helen Oil! Is visiting friends dren, of Lexington, are guests of her her home in Danville. daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Brown Hughes parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. D. C'ulley. in Louisville and CJncnnat. of Palmetto, Ga has returned to her .Mr, and Mrs. J. It. Wright and chil-dre- n Mrs. U. D. Simpson, Mrs. J. Koe home upon Mrs. Brown's recovery Miss little Carson of Stanford, Is of Irvine, attended the funeral Young, Mrs. Florence Grant and Miss the guest of Miss Allic Yantis. One of the many attractive parties Lillian Kinnaird Spent' last Thursday and burial of their grand-motheMrs., George Garner. of the week was the pretty dipner Mr. W. O. Goodloe Is visiting her in Lexington. given by Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bastin, sister, Mrs. Ramsey, In Asheville, N. Misses Helen and Martha Gill enMisses Laura Michel Hrown and complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. C, C. tertained at an elegant mid-da- y dinSallic Noel, of Huckeye were the Sutton, of Mt. Vernon. The house Yourfg Is spending sev- week end guests of Miss I'attio Long. ing in honor of Mrs. John Hrown of Mrs. J. K. and table had for decorations beau Louisville, last Thursday. eral days In Nlcholasvillo with relatiful pink and white chrysanthemums. Miss Mary I'oyntcr has returned tives. Misses Adah Steele, Mattyc Har- A delicious six course menu was home after a pleasant visit with her Mr. H. 0. Poynter is visiting her sister, Mrs. Alford Poynter at Mc- mon, Margaret Lee Grubbs and Ruth served, the colors of pink and white Fox, of Junction City, have been re- being carried throughout the menu. daughter, Mrs. Alfred I'oyntcr this Creary. cent visitors in Lancaster. About twelve guests were served. week. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Clark and chil Miss Lucy I'ettus, daughter of Mr, Mrs. S. D. Turner and attractive Miss Howe, of Lexington, has been dren of Lexington spent several days and Helen last week, with Mr. and Mrs. S. J little daughter, Annie Ilclle, and John S. I'ettus, of Garrard, was marvisiting Misses Martha Mrs. llellc Austin, of Lexington, ried Tuesday to Mr, Vernon Stout of GUI. Ilournc. have been the guests of relatives Akron, Ohio. Mr. Stout is a son of Corbln, has Mr. J. C. Mershon, of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Clark and chil here. Rev. Mr. Stout, well remembered Mary dren of Lexington spent the week been vlsiUng his sister, Mrs. here as at one time pastor of the Bap Mrs. R. E. McRoberts, Mrs. F. 11. Walter. end with their parents, on the Dan tist church, and an instructor in Marksbury, Mrs. Napo Price, Mrs. W. ville pike. Garrard Female College. Miss Pet-tMr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes visited M. Elliott, Mrs. J. S. Gilbert, Mrs. J. Is a very pretty and excellent Mrs. Rockwell Smith In Stanford on Mrs. I.oula C. Johnson, Mrs. J. II. B. Kinnaird, Mrs. E. C. Gaines Mrs. young lady and the good wishes of Bourne, Miss Dodo Ilournc, Mr. and J. E. Stormes, Mrs. Carlton Elkin and Sunday. her many friends go with her to her motored Mrs. Ilradley Bourne t6 Mrs. Clay Sutton attended the Dis- new of home. Mr. and Mrs. James West, Louisville this week for a few days trict meeting of the Federated WomRichmond have been recent visitors visit. an's Clubs In Nicholasvillc Friday. in Lancaster. Lear-Davis- on. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilder and Mrs. Henry Lloyd will give a dinMiss Beulah Benzlcy was operated The wedding of Miss Mary Eliza Keid, motored to Uerea ner nt her home in Lexington SaturMiss Carrie on for appendicitis at the Danville Sunday, nnd were guests of Mr. day to a circle of near relatives in beth Lear and Major Franklin Hospital last week. i Daviso.i U. S. A., retired, of Wilder's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. the city and from out of town, the Cnlcago, was solemnize I at four Mrs. Mnry K. Kay of McCreary is Wilder. happy occasion marking the golden o'clock last Saturday afternoon at visiting her daughter, Mrs. KIrby Mr. William L. Scott and sisters, wedding anniversaries of her par- the historic old Presbyterian churvh Crimes In Lexington. ents, Dr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Frnzee of nt Paint Lick. Dr. i? L. Telford, Margaret and Nellie, of Cincinnati, Hiss Mamio Stormes Dunn has re- were called home by the illness and Maysvillc Ky nnd of her uncle, Mr. pastor of the Firt Presbytcii.-Mrs. David Frniee nnd vife of Lexington. church of Richmond, said the Impres turned from a visit to Miss Edna Ber-kel- e, death of their grand-mothe- r In Mt. Sterling. George Garner, of Paint Lick. The interesting o'd Mrs. I.oula C. Johnson entertained sive ceremony. with, an Informal luncheon on Friday building was transformed Into a bow at her home on Richmond avenue. e of lovliness for the nuptials of young couplj. The decorations were of chrysanthe- t'.fs prominent The bride was given away by her mums and the menu elaborate and following guests brother, Mr. Forestus Raid Lear, cf delicious.. The She was ery loel were present: Miss Sallie Elkin, Mes Miitdlesboro. wedding gurmenU, ami carried dames Stephen Walker, Carlton El In l.er bouquet. kin, May Hughes Noland, M. S. Hat- - a beautiful Miss Alma Hays Lear, sister of the Meld, J. A. Anion Henley Bastin and Men's Flannel Shirts bride, was the maid of honor and the Mrs. Ewing Stultz. bridesmaids Included Miss Catherine Men's Winter Caps $ 1.00 The Woman's Club held their reg McCall Boston Mass., Miss Elizabeth ular meeting In the Club rooms on .Morris, Louisville, Miss HI lory Mel Men's High Top Shoes Thursday afternoon with a large at ton Elizabeth town; matrons of honMen's Union Suits $ tendance present. Mrs. W, B. Bur or, Mrs. Charles II. Knight, of oui.-vlland Mrs. E. C. Lisle, of Winton was leader assisted by Mrs. Geo. Ladles Union Suits; 1.50 Col. D. C. Davison of Robinson and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. chester. There will not be a meeting this Washington D. C, brother of the Thursday as the ladies have charge of groom was the best man. Groomsa booth at the Tobacco and Corn men and ushers were MessrsA. R. fair where they will serve soup, coffee Burnam and Irvine Hume of RichWE SELL FOR LESS. af- mond; Senator Charles II. Knight, and sandwiches. Thanksgiving John S. Cleghorn, Atlanta, ternoon there will be a musical pro(Ja., and Lieut. Davison gram rendered at the Club rooms. of Camp ITS REPORTED THAT WE HAVE SOLD OUT A BIG MISTAKE Joe Walker were J. R. MOUNT & CO. Q Taylor. Masters F. Reid Lear, Jr., was .ring bearer and B. M. Lear Jr, acted as train bearer. They are nephews of the bride. The bride is the attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Br-- M.1 Lear, of Paint Lick, nnd is widely popular throughout the Blue Grass. Col. Davison is very prominent in army circles. After a delightful wedding tour they will make their home In Chicago. Members of the wedding party and other friends yere delightfully entertnincd at the home of the bride Friday evening after the rehearsal. Pure Bred Bronze Sale. Phone 352-change. I Turkeys for Lancaster Ex- Some Choice BarFOR SALE: red Plymouth Rock cockerels. Price $2.00 each. Mrs. Hogan Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. FOR SALE: Barber shop, two chairs, in Lancaster, Ky,, Heart of the Blue Grass. Good location and good business. Other business, reaW. T. Todd. son for selling. FOR SALE: One Registered Poland China Boar. Large type, elevW. S. Embry. en inch bone. Classified Column RATESt K tf. White FOR SALE: Wyandotte Roosters, full stock, March hatch, $2.00, May hatch J1.50. Phone 361-Margaret O'Hearn Lancaster, Ky. Gossip About People 5 , f, 5 5 2 jj Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c H in this column. No ads in this 5 One good Range, 1 oil stove. One column charged. 5 Dining Room set, several rockers and Seven insertions for the 3 other pieces of Furniture for sale. price of Ave. 3 Henry Moore, Danville Street Phone orders must be paid promptly. For Sale. For Sale. Furniture for Sale. Miss Jennie Lackey. FOR SALE Some household and kitchen furniture. Mrs. Mary F. Jones, My farm known as the "Loge Harris place", of 64 acres, in the graded school district. A bargain in the next two weeks. J. A. Conn, Jr. 13-2- t. For Sale. One of the best Garages In Central Kentucky, also stock and equipFOR SALE: Duroc sow and ment, one nine room brick residence seven pigs. O. R. Carpenter, on main Street, adjoining Catholic nt Garrard Mill. Church, one five room cottage on FOR SALE: Moore's Air Tight Second Street. All in Danville. Terms one half down, balance in Heating Stove and large Box Mattress. Also set of furniture. Phone one and two years. R. M. ARNOLD, Danville, Ky. Mrs. Maggie Robinson. 209. FOR SALE: A few extra good I shall Mammoth Bronze Turkeys. LittU black Newfoundland pup, sell these turkeys cheap if taken at answering to the name of Bulger, beMrs. James Sutton, once. longing to Elisabeth Logan Simpson, Bryantsville, Phone 37-- J. left our place last Tuesday night. FOR SALE: A new Remington Not. 1 1th. It had on collar with Typewriter. Used only a few weeks name plate and brass lock on same. and In perfect condition. Apply at A liberal raward will be paid for any this office. The price will please information leading to har where you. tf. aboutt. Phona 302. Simpson House. Strayed Or Stolen. Wedding Invitations What l more sentimental than wtddlne InvttstlonT CerUlnly It la not a mere mechanical product to be peddled around to the chcaivat bidder. Cheap finery 1 generally disappointing. Our work 1 easily within reach and wo have cirrJO rociplcs tat every occa. elon and every purse. BIG- VALUES m $ 2.50 9 $10.00 2.00 $ tai.tairavcra.Anil JUtlonera LOUISVILLK rr Sander's Variety Store. f I Complete line of Samples The Central Record Office. at m The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, Nov 20 9 9. 1 1 Jam, W.t.on Says, "I'll N.v.r Tor-gWhen Father's Hoes Col ChoUrs. "One morning lio found 20 hogs Jnd nnd fevcral kick. Hp called in the Vet. who nftcr dissecting n rat rnught on the premise:", decided that germs. the iu.lcnta hn.t conveyed Since then I nm net rr without KAT-SNAIt's the surest, thickest rati Three sues, Sue, destroyer I Know. r.Oc, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by Mrliobcrts Drug Store and HnselJcn Nov. adv. Urns. I anenster. 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 ydu need or expect to need casings or tubes for your car now is your time to buy. REMEMBER THE TIME, ONE WEEK ONLY. Woodford, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Uroaddus and two little sons, spent' Sunday with his mother, Mrs. John Uroaddus. Mr. nn'd Mrs. John Smith, nnd Mrs. John Hrraddus were visitors Monday of Mr. nnd Mrs. James U Yantis. Mesdumes A. M. Girdlcr nnd James Ynntis were isitors Wednesduy of Mrs. J, C Uobinson of Lancaster Mr. nnd Mrs. Uobcrt Ynter spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Wllllim Smith of the I'nor Itldgt. ' , rike. Mrs. A. M. Rirdlcr of Somerset, after a delightful visit to her sister, Mrs. J. L. Yantis returned home Sat- You Just Try NRForTfeat Indigestion Onj. fi . Get orRnra of diassimilution nnd gestion, vorl:Inif in elimtrution nnd wittch your hrmc-v- ' NR troablo disappear. docs it or money bnck. Day'r Test Proves Nil dl.-- Snt , Light For The Short Day.i J .Cur 11 . . It Is n rather strange thine that ( with tremendous imirovcnient along Ntur' Hmdy (Ml TatM urday. every uthcr line or agricultural .it tirfilrfl0 trlTt rl Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson nnd mxxnt bIp unl Outfit yuu U the protision of good modern MtisXariUni. tour rnilr two sons of Lancaster were visitors lighting systems should hnve been so IS t r, tlm many nnvof mnnrir 1 -- it Thursday .night of Mrs. Carrie Y. Wnufw Mho cannot ctrrr rim million Until the lust three long in coming. na minion Ail Tuiru fcrtTwnrd, If you it ii Tffir, ' Davidson, -. Vfry U "..vl.tl, hay hlllou ftprlt, taken lr Blllnc ir four years the great majority of . , U In-- f lofljcu. t of merit. Aitrl brralh. ttiat j the farm home: still got along with the Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Ward nnd chit-- 1 rpr- Uf, rn nrrvmii, loilnx mliij ti ' ' NMurVi Rfmtdjr Is thr hwt nni . yujr Ijf'ltli pllpiilnc afrtt thlnr yu can laft fur blllotu-titn- n. eld kerosene Lantern for larn and drcn spent ft portion of the pint week coii'tlpulion. Indlcvtlon aM n Ntx okut t J, thl mlvlct KM wird work nnd with the lamp for the at Mrs. C. It. Henry's farm near NttftVt Htm4y (Ml TalUts) almlUr mmilimi. It la NUpur if ' w ' at'i ainrt taking fx lid antrt onJ riummntf1 try your house. Kirksville. (.1 "a ti lit lor ii w-- or 19 In the house these lamps were not Mrs. J. I. Yantis nnd George ami K. E. McROEERTS. Lancaster, Kentucky. very satisfactory at best. Cleaning Ilerschcl, were recent visitors of her and filling them took a lot of someuncle, Mr. and Mrs. Josh It. Adams one's time nnd, unless there were a at Danville. number of them used, it was usually Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle spent Paint Lick, Kentucky. :i ic.itter of those nearest the lamp a pleasant day Sunday with relatives mm Betting the light nnd of those farther Wnrd will be pleased to hear that he nuny getting along without it. I Hackley, at " There had to be lamps to carry up-jir.Mrs. Carrie Davidson returned YUTl of the Lexington pike, nnd two children Mrs. Callie Ray and stairs nt bedtime, too, one for each j sister, Mrs. Alfred I'oyntcr nt Mc- - home from Iiichmoqd Thursday nftsr iliuster wire 'guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. son, Clay, Mrs. Sallie lUy nnd two room. And these meant more cleanCrcnry. a ten da a visit with Mr. and Mrs 7.. Milton Ward, and Mrs. C. K. Henry. children, Mrs. Tilda Collins incon-- l and ing and filling, considerable Mr. and .Mrs. William Sutton spent T. Iiicc, nt Kichmond. confined to his J .itnf.. mid nn evor.nresent fire! Mr. withI a Yantis iscold. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy I'rathcr and two mother, and Miss Myrtle Doolln. A Sunday with Miss Fannie Sutton on severe Mrs. A. N. Merida and Mrs. John interesting children, 4i.rzard. To be sure they were a lot Willie Frnncis jvery enjoyable day was spent by nil the C. O. road. Morris, of I'reachcrsvillc, spent the The many friends of Mr. Milton tietter than the candles and tallow and Collis O'Neal, spent Sunday with J present. dr.y Monday with Mesdames Milton her p.t Mr, and Mrs. John Smith, spent is some better ut this time. iips of the generation before. rents Mr. mid Mrs. Wm. Wal I America leads the world in dress- U Henry What a difference there is now in Mr. Tom Yantis wns the guest of Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Olllc Ward and C. ker. jand, at times, in the lack of it Misses Lida and Jean Uroaddus Ilarr near Hackley. many country homes. Instead" of his brother J. L. Yantis, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnny I'rother enhe coal oil lamp lighting just the .Mrs. Grace Sutton and Miss Vir- - were guests Friday night of Mrs. tertained a number of their friends .Miss Lottie Carson of Stanford isj Wr are profoundly grateful that center of the living room, carried thc charming guest of Miss Alliclginia, spent Friday night with Mi?c Amanda Coy and Miss Anna Mae nt dinner Sunday. Those present nil men do not think alike. They Uroaddus nt Lancaster. room to room when light is Ynntis. Maude nnd Fannie Smith. were: Mr. Jim Lee, wife nnd two will not nil want tit ti ll us how to needed, and cleaned nnd filled every1 Mr and Mrs. William Clark and children, Mr Marchal Sutton wife e lit tV s sheet. Mr. anil Mrs. Hobart Sr. i Miss Mary I'oynter is visiting her iny, we find handsome electric fixtures. On the living room table is. a reading lamp with a shade that toftens the bright rays of the electric bulbs, but allow them to reach ihe farthest corners of the room, racket lights on the walls and a special lamp on the piano give plenty of extra light whenever It it needed. Simpler but just as effective fixtures are in all the other rooms of tho house, upstairs us well as down, in the hallways and basement and on the porches: Hall lights can be turned on from upstairs or down, and porch lights are controlled from inside the house. In the barn the old lantern is known no more. Electric lamps are Delco-Lig- ht passed the experimental Tho Dclco-Lig- ht strung wherever they will do the engine is the valr-ia-the-s3- ui stage and has gone the refining influence most; good und the switches are contype used in the best and most powerful airplane veniently located. No more carryand of years of and one-ha- lf automoengines and hundreds of thousands ing lanterns or worrying about fire. usago by 75,000 customers. biles. The farm of today is enjoying just com-muni- ty. plants You will homes of as complete, electric service as the any climate It is air-coolkerosene runs city home, because electricity on the neighbor about his Dcko-Lig-ht Just ask -- has only one place to oil and has a simple mixfarm affords power as well as light Pumps, washing machines, separavalve in place of carburetor. Delco-Lig- ht makes happy homes: saves time) tors, churns and a wide variety of The storage battery is exclusively designed and other light power appliances are run awsfy lots of hard unpleasant and labor, today with small electric motors at a by "Pays with thick plates, wood and work does and built for Delco-Lig- ht tasks. great saving of both time and labor. and the time saves. rubber All this service is developed right life. tasure Delco-Lig- ht, 75,000 Satisfied Users more Of on the farm by a small electric plant consisting of a generating unit and among most enthusiastic n set of storage batteries. And so proof simplicity and durability of Delco-Lig- ht great has been the development of requirements its customers. meets these farm electric plants in the last Dclco-Lig- ht few years that today they are much Yom Mm Time's more easily taken care of than the average farm Implement. They incorporate the best features of mechanical and electrical design. We f 1 i vhfit ruiei Vit.h Mlc Jrou tho liver. fUXn 't iit'Mt ftnr ffrnrtM' yr rutlisrt fat thtf n.' v liver art NrcU nr.rt voru r.m: y if ulf9uvii in 01 y .ilw r .l.i In Imllji lull, niir Jtyui frvm l"u t r hsul v f. M'U lfnonJ nnl ctmaUpu- It it Mttntft cnicb c rtnly tljr Tin ; rm.m ,1.. ii f1 - ir ''hhi Nr rut tt. ' iwk jour ;wiU iowil f"l ot trfnlnr a mill 1h4 work, t."' " wmil tonjru at Hr fiwt. i'l irp'niitM) i nn.l r tirrit nir ya nt i't 1. i ur mil Ut v lft rrl ct PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY GUY. DELCOIIGHT 4 99 in' of of three Ion? ago through production on in find X. ing plant It it your in the your separators long many improvements that taking for Itself it the it than the the first are that the the the of of Ncv engines", which we recognize as a feature of the best automobile engine design and to this have been added d hear of 1C IS and features toward llwk W. S. SMATHERS DEALER Lancaster, Kentucky. "kerosene-burning- which automobile' engineers are still striving, but which the peculiar nature of the farm electric plant makes practical for its use ' today. With the coming of the short days this year we find a greatly increased number of farm homes enjoying the advantages of electric light and power, and reports from tho dealers supplies in farm electric indicate that country people are turning toward the modern servant, electricity, more' rapidly every day. WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Almost any man will tell you that Sloan's Liniment means relief For practically every man hat used it who has tultcrcd from rheumatic aches, soreness of muides, itiflnets of joints, the results of weather exposure. Women, too, by the hundreds ot thousands, tile it for relieving ncurUts, lame back,, neuralgia, tick headache. Clean, re f renins;, soothing, economical, quickly effective. Say "Sloan's 'Liniment' to your druggUt Get it today. 35c. 70c SL40. Y t I THE DOME1TIC ENGINEERING COMPANY. Mshewel Dilnlieht PrisVit., DAYTON. OHIO The Central Record, .Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 20. 1919 14 Richmond Tobacco Market To Open Wednesday, Dec. 3rd Prospects for a high market are very bright, and we are better " ' ' prepared than ever, before to look after our patrons. Our house will be open to receive tobacco . Monday,- - November ,24th,. and will remain' open at all hours from that date. A trial is all we ask. First sale Wednesday, December 3rd. MADISGIti RICHMOND, 5 TOBACCO p)c-- WAREHOUSE Incorporated atec GUNK'S CHAPEL. COMPANY. RICHMOND, om ter, Mrs. KY. aa.ct.ifc KY. IMOtt' tot Public Sale OF Farm and Stock I will on ' , Saturday, Dec I3th, AT TEN A. M. mu f .m rnntnininir 80 acres as a whole or will divide in two tracts, There with imnrovements and a 20 acre lot, to suit purchaser. three ever lasting springs and a cistern on. place, ten acre tobacco barn are ' and a good corn crib, a seven room brick house with two cellars. mile from This place is situated on the Kemper Lane, Lexington pike. At the same time ancj place I will offer the following personal Buick car; one good two horse property; One five passenger a, une new turning piuw, one new wagon; one new slide; one duck Doar hillside plow; Two Double shovel plows ; One Single shovel plow; Two Drag Harrows; one set wagon harness; Fifty shocks fodder; seventy-fiv- e kbarrels of shucked corn; One four year old milk cow; One ten year old six shoats and also Household mWLr9 in foal; four brood sows and pigs, and fin one-four- th four-cylinder and Kitchen Furniture. TERMS Made known on day of sale. UArT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. R. N. Doolin e j Mrs. Mack Gay was with her sis- - A Lady In Chicago Tclegraphl For I!. M. Lane Saturday and Rat-SnaMr B.ckham Itullon lius been Sunday, Read .Mrs. Phillips' wire: "Youeil's firing from a very revere cold Mrs. Putsy Simpson spent one day Mr. Sidney Smith is with her par- last week with her sister, Mrs. L. L. Exterminator Co., Wcstficld, X. J. Rush $3. worth of- Matthews. ent! Mr. and Mrs. Kurtz in Mercci. letter, Later received following Mr ami Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and chil Mr and Mr. Sim Clark and Mr. RAT-SNA- P ur nrrived. It rid cre in Harrodsburg recently. John Clark made a burjnen trip to dren iiGU'e of nits in no time. Just mov- ' Lexinifton Saturday. A Rood many from this communed here from Pa., where I us6d RAT- Mrs. Sim Kay and daughter Gladys SNAP with great results." Three ity attended court at NichoInsviHe, and sun Elgin spent Sunday with her sizes, Sue, SOc, $1.00. Sold and Monday. guaranteed by R. K. MeRoberts anil Mr J. M. Amon live sister, Mr, N'nnnle Ray. delivered Nov. adv. Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas were Hatelden Bros. l'oiar.d Chirm-Kil- ts to Midway parties tho Sunday guests of her parents. last neck at $50. Mr. Isiah Hill of Taylorsville has .Mr nnd Mrs. Sim Clark. Yard- been here the guest of his sister, Mrs. spent aj Mrs. .Marshal. Rayburn I.ouis McCulley nnd Mr. McCullcy. few clays last week with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilughey Mobcrley Mr. nnd Mrs. James Foster. We all take u look at our ne.gh-bur'- s and little daughter, spent tho week yard as we pass, by." If it i .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Ncwby of Coy, end with Mr. nnd Mrs Harvey Toater. were the guests Sunday of Mr. and attractive, and appeals to the ee, Miss Iva Hollon spent several days Mrs. Leslie Hill and family. ve have tomcthing nice to say of it, with Miss Salllo Lou Xaylor of the or Wf think it without baying. Mr. and Mrs. Price X1"'"" ari'l Marktburytsection. If it is rusty, and weather beaten, spending u few days with la" par-- 1 ..!l !....... I ..... . Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCulley and ents, Mr. anil Mrs. Newt. ' " j bite. children, accompanied Mr. Isiah Hill Jour (,'ood friend acro the wayWe Mrs. Mack Parks and ha.idsomj jinny ecn pity him in his apparent to Lexington one day last week and were guests of Mr. Jesse Hill and little son of Lexington arc ivith her inability to keep up to date, parents Mr. nnd ttrs. Robert Scott, j i iimc family. nii,y even Win to look . Mr. James Padgett uus removed and Mrs Irvln Sannaon an upon that yard ns a sort of eye sore, to the home of his daughter, Mrs. fuin'l wera Sunday guests of their und become just n little peeved nL v his carelessness. Freeman Davis, Saturday night. At aunt, Mr. ami Mrs. Henry 'I nines. Because, you know, we. do not), last reports he was doing as well as Masters Qicar und Hr.irv Lane think much of careless people, anycould be expected. were the pleasant gucsto of their way. Mr. und Mrs. Lucas Foster and grand-parentt- i Mr. and Ir, Sim But what of OUR OWN YARD? children, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis Clark. t)l) WM tril'n tr tUnt I nn nml tit..., and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.i'Lige Miss Dora Lee Huffman let Sat-hio- n that insures It from Just such and son, and .Mr. Abe Bur- urday for several weeks stay with her thoughts and remarks by our neigh-uncl- e ton were guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Wil. Mr. and Mrs. Collin Block ntlbor? hert I)alley? Sunday, Irvine, Do we look it over carefully each Mcsdames Sallle Bogie of Berea, Mr, anil Mrs. Lawrence Pollard und week with n view to eliminating thii rattle Anderson and Robert Long, little son spent a few days ast week undesirable, and enhancing that Misses Mary Kilith Walker nnd Fran-wl- th ,is Mr. and .Mrs. Ben ' which beautifies the communltv? cis Long and n son of Mrs. Maude rollnrtl. j Are we a BEAUTIFIER, or ju.t a Bogle of Lancaster, were entertained ' Mm U 11 I)-- .. l Ih. bum. C. , Masters Kddman and Elbert Nav.l OKITICT If every man in this town will take lor spent a delightful day with their dav grand-motheMrs. Nannie Ray, on this little lesson home, and give it Mr. and Mrs. Ed Naylor und chil- Sunday, SERIOUS CONSIDERATION, it will dren of Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Ben Pollard was colled to he but a short time when werwtill not' Louis McCulley and children, Mr. Louisville and Inst Week to tho bedeide of criticise our neighbor's yard, and Mrs. Hiram Land and sons, Mr. sister, Mrs. Sherman Huffman OUR NEIGHBOR WILL NOT CRIT. and Mrs. John Land, Mr. Beckham her Is ' ICI8E OURS because there will he -very ill. ' Hollon and Miss Iva Hollon were the who NOTHING TO CRITICISE. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Creech spent a euest of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Frank Land few days last week with her narenf. SAFEGUARD THE HEALTH OF and family Sunday. Mr iir.d Mr.. ut!p Hbnl. before YOUR COWS leaxVrvfor I.urlan count to make JUDSON. Do not let their bowels become their future I eme. " Do not let their livers besluggish. Mrs Leslie Hill Is improving slowly. A good suit is worth 130. and seUs come inactive. Correct these trou- - y Mr. Odus Naylor has purchased an for $60. A pair of shoes Is worth $ 1 blcs by giving" tKcm 11. A. THOMAS' Overland car. und sells for $10, This paper Is STOCK REMEDY. A genuine tonic, Mr. George Clark it ill with imeu. worth $10 a year and sells for $1.50, conditioner and laxative, monia at this writing. No profiteering In this hep. y. A, Dickerson. "Jv. it-- Your Neighbors And Yours. ., ' Br:n"7rr Lji k TI'll aiiwiiii. rciwii awn tie m n saisissssiiir 111 II mwi mtMk lllll irii .r a i imiai 'sssssssm immmi iaMMrnii nil sslMsMsssl 2- FOR i The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 20, 1919. FOR SALE: Eight yearling cut tle, extra qunlity, weight 750 to 800 pound. J. I). Woods, Paint Lick, Ky. It. I Currey & Gulley THE PLACE SI 1 Orphan Home Fund. Contribution! from two more Gar rard county schools came In this week. West Point School, Miss llrunette Arnold, tenchcr, $23.50. Stony Point school Miss Margaret O'llearn, teacher, J30.00. FENNER'S l Nil FRESH AND CURED MEATS STAPLE AND FANMGROCERIES School Taxes Due. 1st, a penalty of six per cent will be milled to nil school taxes remaining unpaid on that date. Please remember this and call on Miss Frnnkle Kaullmnn, Treasurer of Lancaster Graded School and settle your taxes nt once. II. V. Bastin, President, L. G. Davidson, Secretary. On December I IS . Fresh BreadDaily. Choice Friiits and Vegetables LautiJry 1 WALNUT STREET. ij it j DANVILLE, KY. ft in tseason. MT. HEBRON Corn gathering Is progressing rap. Idly these pretty days. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Crow spent Saturday with Mr. Ed Grow and at tended chutch. Mrs. F. W. Montgomery is with her daughter Mrs. Steve Walker on Poor Hidge this week. Mr. Irvin Dean sold u few days ago nice harness horse to Mr. Floyd Dean price $190. Mr. Spencer Scott of New Rich mond Ohio is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Wm. Onstott. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet Jennings, son and daughter and Mr. William Onstott were in Nicholasvillc Monday. Mrs. Melvin Stinnett of the Locust Grove section who was operated on at Danville Hospital last week is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Naylor and baby. Miss Mollic Grow and Otto Jrow of Judson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark and lit tle daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton and Miss Iiernle Montgom ery' were with Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Montgomery Sunday. Hev. D. F. Sebastian of George town filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday. He will also preach at this place the Cth Sunday at 11 A; M. Every church member is Invited to be present nt this ser- ice. Chinese Locomotive Engineers. Chinese engine drivers have the gen tlest sense of touch with the airbrake of any In the world. A break la two s almost unheard of. and there Is very little damage to cars In Shantung on Chinese railways. Great Occasions Revtal. Great occasions do not make heroes or cowards; they simply unveil them. Silently and Imperceptibly we grow fnd wax strong, we grow and wax weak; and at last some crisis shows what we have become. Work Makes Them Immune. Men who- - toll In lampblack works arc owing. It Is said, to the large amount of carbon they Innate immune from the white plague, and many sufferers In the early stages of phthisis make considerable sacrifices to obtain employment of this kind. These grimy workers further resem ble colliers In that they are remarkably free from diseases of the nervous system, observes a writer In London , TIMllts. Conciliation. The cook of a certain family had iren In the same situation for years. )ui' afternoon the mistress of tho louse visited the kitchen and said, 'You know, cook, we are all very 'oml of you. I hope you like your room and are content with ,'our wages? I am thinking of glv- you one of my silk petticoats." The cook's eyes widened, and she said. Oh, m m, however many people have irou usked to dinner now!" tt an I retur.u.l thtly tiD.inville Laundrylnml Dry Cleaning Co. TERMS Strictly Thirty Days. j A We wish to announce to the Tobacco Growers adjacent to the Danville Tobacco Market that we will open our Ware house for the sale of Tobacco on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3 We will receive Tobacco on and after, Monday, November 17. THE BYRNEIOPTICAL SERVICE Eyes Examined. GlassesJFitted. Thirteen Years in CentralKentucky. Will be at the KENGARUN HOTEL, LANCASTER, KY., NOVEMBER 24th. ONE DAY ONLY. LASTJTRIP FORJTHIS YEAR. I EMPLOY NO AGENTS. Danvllle'sJExclusive Optometrist. J. J. BYRNE HOW DO YOU WASH AT YOUR HOUSE? The ing. Eden washes without rubbing prjboil- - I 1 Operates on any current. Don't miss seeing it in action First Salt Merchants. The Delaware. Imlhi'iti made sill mi brine springs In New York sin 4 It to settlers as early as 1U7U, tmklug probably the first commercial uixIiH'tlun of suit In this country. The .imifacture of salt by white people ii the United States was begun near lrucuse, N. Y., about 1783. Salt la he most commonly used mineral In lie world, and no useful mineral ex- ipt coal, perhaps, occurs In greater ibundunce or la more widely dlstrlb-- . ited In the United States. Worth Rcmembsrlng. Here Is n good thing to remember: wtien yini get sore at the worm Uou't forget that It will not hurt the world at all, while It may do you In' coiietivuble harm." You are but a very small part qt this old world and It will wag ulong lust about as well without you as with you, so your com plaints are nut going to make so very much difference after all. Better keep sweet and do what you can to make conditions better Instead of getting gruueny because things do not go to suit you. The chectful man (U far- i.er inun the grouch. -- It gives us great pleasure to inform you that Tobacco in North Carolina and all Eastern Markets is much higher this season than ever before and we see no reason why the Kentucky Tobacco should not sell at High Prices. With the outlook of Prices being high, it is more necessary Jthan ever that you be very careful in selecting a market to sell your Tobacco on where there is strong competition and assurance of getting the highest market price at all times. This we guarantee "to-do. We have one of the strongest corps of buyers in the state all of the big companies are represented on our market, buying direct, thereby eliminating the middle man. g In order to care for the market there has Redrying been erected in Danville a large and Steam Plant, which will be worth a great deal to the farmers who sell their Tobacco on the Danville Market. Thee people will be big buyers on all grades of Tobacco, thereby creating new competition. In order to avoid the congestion in the handling of Tobacco, which prevailed last season, we have built a big annex to our present Warehouse, which enables us to handle and sell your Tobacco to a much better advantage than ever before. years of Our Mr. Ralph Pitt, who has had twenty-sioperation of Tobacco Warehouses is actual experience in the in a class to himself and if you will bring your first load to us he will thoroughly demonstrate to you that it will be money in your pocket to sell your tobacco with us. We wish to announce that Mr. Holland, better known as 'Dock" will be our Auctioneer again this season, also J. Lee Murphy who has been connected with the Danville Tobacco Market for the past ten years will be associated with us this season and will be glad to serve his many friends at FENNER'S WAREHOUSE. Thanking you in advance and trusting you will visit our opening sale on DECEMBER 3rd, We are Yours Very Truly, ever-growinup-to-da- te x at the showjthis week. HASELDEN Fenner's Warehouse FENNER AND PITT, Owners and Proprietors. Walnut Street, Danville, Kentucky. P. S. If you expect to sell on opening day be sure to give Fenner's Warehouse a trial. BROTHERS LANCASTER, KY..;