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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 27, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919112701_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 27, 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 27, 1919. lie Ballcw, first, Mrs. Henley Bastin, second. Best Grnpe Jelly Mrs. W. B. Lac key, first; Mrs. J. A. Amon, second. DEPARTMENT N. Best Tomato Catsup Mrs. George Ballard, first. Best Chopped Pickles Mrs. J. R. Mount, first, Mrs. J. D. Eads, second. Best Spanish Pickles Mrs. Joe Burnsldc, first, Mrs. J. A. Amon, sec ond. DEPARTMENT O. Best Divinity Candy Miss Allie Yantis, first. Best Mixed Candy Mrs. L. G. Davidson, first. November 27, SECTION 1 THIRTIITHITKAR MUMIBR St. Best four samples from a single GREAT FAIR THANKSGIVING cropJoe Reynolds first $25.00; Chance Brothers, second $15,00... PROCLAMATION Closes In A Blaze of DEPARTMENT B. Best ten ears of White Dent Corn II. F. Kelley, first $10.00; Norman Glory. Issued By Gov. Black. I.iiinti D.r M.ntlon.a f wJa Several loads of tobacco have al ready arrived at the Garrard Tobacco When the Rreat Tobacco and Corn Warehouse, the floors have been show closed ita doors last Saturday cleared of everything used during the 'or night, one of the biggest events ever "Thanksgiving day I Fair, several workmen are now put spiritual anil material inventory. A pulled olT in Central Kentucky passed ting the linishing touches on, and by Jay for prayer and reverent thank- into history. The display of exhibits One to were unusually large and the com Wednesday, December 3rd. all will be fulness and appreclatfon. DEPARTMENT P. pause from our varied occupational petition in every line was close and Best Peaches canned .in glass, Mrs. in readiness for the first and grand activltiel and to make n devotional Interesting. R. Mount, first, Mrs. J. II. Eads, opening of the Lancaster Tobacco market. survey of tho blessings which an ever second, The show of tobacco was the fin Thousands of people looked thru haa bestowed est ever seen In the state end ns prewatchful I'rovidence Best Corn in Glass Mrs. J. R. upon the people of our nation and dicted In these columns several weeks Mount, first; Miss Allie Yantis, sec this magnificent building during the Fair and nil arc unanimous in agree .State. ond. ago, Garrard county carried off most "Although there linger with us of the honors, both in the corn nnd Best Beans in Glas Mrs. T. L. ing that it Is absolutely the best most conalttresscs and unreit touches the tobacco exhibits. Yantis, first, Mrs. Theo Currey sec- lighted, best equipped, veniently arranged of any they had constitute the grand and petit juries world' heart became of the traged- ond. Mr. Joe Reynold, was the winner lei of the recent war, yet patient of cigarette leaf, bright leaf, trash Best Pears In Glass Mrs. J. R. ever seen. for this term of court; Mr. Manley, of the firm of Manley men and women have not forgotten and four best hands from n single Mount, first and second. GRAND JURY. 1 and Young, Architects and Engin and crop. This tobacco was raised on that God the elver of all Rood Tomatoes in Glass, Mrs. Joe Pol Frank Folgcr, Jerry .Higgins, John eers, of Knoxvilte, who drew the plans Williams, Millard Ham, John White, perfect gifts. lard, first, Mrs. II. T. tagan, second. the farm of Mr. II. V. Bastin, known for the entire building was here dur William Lear, H. B. Cox. William "With them, hope sees our coun- - ns tho Pattie Gill place and is said to SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. lng the Tobacco and Corn show and Simpson, try emerging, under the providences be tho best In the county. It was J. G. foster, B. Ivollcy, Lancaster High School, first grade received many congratulations. He of God, from the unequaled trouble grown from Kslley seed. Mr. John Irvin Dcnn nnd Millnrd Meadows. First. seemed as proud of it as if he owned of the Immediate pat to accentuate Darn of Mason county won the prize PETIT JURY. Paint Lick High School, fifth and it all and took delight in showing and cmphaslic lCa tupcrior tasks and n the red leaf exhibit, Mr. Reynolds W. T. Doolin. Jcsbc .Doty, .Dave sixth grades Second. those interested through the building. Long, G. A. .Morgan, John Duncan, superior achieve. having no entry in this class. Mr. to make sure it Bryontsville High School Third, When approached by a rcpresenta- mcnts. The lat twelve months have O, T. Layton wns n close first In Forest Cnb'co, T. O. Hill, John Jlar- Lancaster High School, fifth grade live of the Record and asked what I u gcc, been replete with evidences of God's every class, but the best he could do Tom Wells, J. M. Sanders, Wes Fourth. thought of the lighting system of the ley Bourne, Kemp Walker, JL 11. watchful care over us. Honest cf was to win thrro seconds. He also Bourne School Fifth. building lie said: fort And the earth responding with ms some fine tobacco. Johnson, Frank Kates, Noah Jdarsce, "The lighting of the Garrard To- George Denny, Ed Chandler, S, T. plenteous harvests, and mine and The com exhibit was well filled bacco Warehouse Is the best in Ken- Sanders, John Moss, Henry Cay, C. shop yielding helpful sustenance and and the competition keen. Mr. Hen prosperity. by Kelley carrying olf the honors Our hats arc off to Messrs Peddi tucky, and has been worked out from M. Dean, C. T. Taylor, G. B. Jtobin- observation taken In over n hundred son nnd Jim Simpson. "Our patriotism has been exalted wtnning first on best ten ears of cord and Kinnaird, by our sacrifices, our charity glorified white corn. Dr. Amon winning on Commonwealth against Ben Grim The Tobacco Warehouse was an warehouses in Kentucky," North Car It has beer, es charged with the murder f Jim by unstinted help to the less fortun best single ear. A complete list of "eye opener" to the thousands that olina and Tennessee. found that it is possible to get too Grimes on the fith, of last February, ate. The comforts of the home mul nil winnings can be found in this second; saw it last week. tlplied. Churches and schools are article. Best Plain Apron Mrs. Nannie Fifty beautiful booths were on much light as well as having too little, is now being tried and will take up flourishing, The respect for law Had we the space we would like to Ray, first; Miss Bane West, second. display and all showed individuality the ideal condition being to make the most of Wednesday. tobacco all look uniform all over the and order, an indispensable requisite li scribe in detail tho splendid ex and artistic decorations. DEPARTMENT C. of the civilised state, has, under very hibits of the various merchants and The Womans Club made a nice entire floor, that every man may get Best Childs Dress, embroidered the price for his tobacco he is tryinK circumstances, been strength' business firms who had booths all of Mrs. R. I). Blanton, first; Mrs. R. D, sum of money on the luncheon served too. Large skylights will not entitled do this ened, the love of free institutions whom are loud in their praises of Blanton, second. and arc grateful to friends for pat. like many small ones symctrically broadened, and the moral and cduca the management of the fair and nil ronage shown. Best Pillow Cases, embroidered, tlonal growth of the national char expressed n desire to engage booths Mrs. R. D. Blanton, first; Mrs. Geo. quilt exhibit was spaced in lines with the rows on the The hand-mad- e floor. Then tho architects make a acter quickened. for another year. larger than at the State Fair. Spoonamore, second; to have the light all come thru "Of all these benefits Kentucky All entry's in this department, study It is almost practically certain that Best Towel, embroidered Mrs. H. "Stititenship has generously shared. Many beautiful exhibits were the Fair will be made permanent anil D. Elmore, first; Mrs. Frank Wheeler, were filled nnd attracted much at the skylights at the same angle, thus making all tobacco look its true shown at the Garrard County Corn "Therefor I, James D. Black, Gov. each year it will grow both in Inter- second. tention. worth to the buyer, for after all the and Tobacco Fair and none attracted Kentucky, hereby, pursuant est and exhibits. ernor of ' Hudson, Hughes and Farnau are Best Embroidered Center Piece best price is going to be obtained custom hallowed by time and 'well known business Mrs. R. T. Peddicord, first; Mrs. proud of the record made by Obelisk where the buyer knows the tobacco more attention than the exhibits of our, plc, rootedln the traditions cf Cakes, Cookies, Bread, Biscuit and Read their adv. in this ijue. Flour. firms had attractive booths and all re James Conn, second. is exactly what it looks neither better Pies. The Cakes, Bread ond Biscuit designate Thursday, November 27, Everybody wsmts the Fi.lr mado port a splendid business, everyone Best Tea Set Mrs. Fronk Wheel- or poorer in grade." mentioned by the willing and 1919, the day when cut proved to be as good as anxious to engage booths er, first; Miss Luvisa Harris, second. permanent and held every year. We President as n day of thanksgiving In for another year and insist that the they looked and many were the comare for It. H. DEPARTMENT this State, and I invite my fellow clt- Fair be made a permanent institution. pliments paid to the exhibitors, who Smittie's Band gave delightful Best Three Piece Tatting Mrs. W. iiens to Its appropriate and prayer- The forty-eigcarried off the Blue Ribbons. The music and was one of the Chief atbooths included the S. Embry, first; ful observance in church and school following and their business; flour used in making the prize cakes, Kin- Best Fillet Center Piece Miss tractions. and home throughout the Common' cookies, bread, biscuit and pies was , There were over 700 light! used in naird Bros, Dodge Ilrothers cars; Josephine Moore, first, Mrs. Cronley wealth." This flour has again OBELISK. lighting the Warehouse during the Paint Lick Garage, Studebaker Cars; Broaddus, second. proved its worth. It is not the cheapMarion Johnson, Lexington cars; Kel Best Fillet Towel Mrs. John Fair. "ALL AGE STAKE." est but the best flour on the market The Christian Church booth was ley Springfield Tire Co., Kelley Farra, first, Mrs. S. A. Walker, sec (Adv.) today. popular and the chocolate served was Powell, ond. Lige Hurt, of near Pollard, brought Springfield Tires; P. O. The National Fox Hunters meet delightful. DEPARTMENT I. to NlchoUsvlIle a catfish weighing CO Comet cars and Trucks; Roger Al- which closed last week at Crab Or Let's have another Fair. pounds. The fish was caught on a dridwe, Oakland and Overland Cars. Best Crocheted Pillow Cases Mrs chard, was decidedly the best In the Mr. Jesse Doty, the 70 year old trot line, and had swallowed a fish on W. C. Fcrsythc, Traffic Trucks; Conn John Farra, first, Mrs. James Harris, Mr. O. T. Wallace of iexington, jig dancer, entertained the large hittory of the association. the line that weighed four pounds. and Conn, Duick Cars and Accessor second. The best running ever seen at any Ky has just completed arrangements crowd with the agility of a 1C year Auburn Best Knitted Sweater Mrs. James The fish was a white bellied, yellow ies: Jeff Dunn, Lexington, previous national hunts, were seen whereby he will sell at public auction boy, with his dancing, while the band tailed and black headed mud cat. It and Monroe cars; Willis and Wll' Conn, first; Mrs. James I, Hamilton, at this meet. The meet began on on Thursday, December 4th, at 10 played "Turkey in the Straw." was sixty five inches long and had a Hams, Danville, Hudson, Hupmobile second. 10th by running the Derby which A. M., a1 number of lots at Hyatts-vill- e, Charlie Anderson Is some dancer, the Best Knitted Socks Mrs. J. II. monstrous mouth and big head. This and Essex Cars; llaselden Ilrothers, nnd on the same day at F. M. days, with 45 entries. you forget, while "Bud" King ran for three is the prize fish caught in the Ken Ford Cars; Danville Duick Co., U I). Eads, first; Mrs. Isaac Hamilton, sec don't he will sell the Webb Faulkner farm himself as a "cake and foxes plentiful. is in a class to tucky river in Jessamine this year. Conn, proprietor, Duick Cars and ond. The derby winner being Mr. Homer of 04 acres located on the Cooch pike walker." DEPARTMENT J. The The fish was on exhibition here for Reo Trucks; 0. R. Carpenter, U. S, 2 miles from Point LeavclL Georgia. as i Howard of Mrs. R. T. Peddicord, dressed Most Economical Cake, with recipe several hours and attracted much at Motor Trucks; Uastin Brothers, WesThe "All Age Stake" with com- Lancaster Bond will furnish music at by many to be one. tern Electric Lighting Plants etc; J. Mrs. J. A. Amon, first; Mrs. W. S. Gipsy and thought tention. petition open to the world began on both ealcs. See the advertisements told fortunes for amusement and It was sold to a Lexington fish W. Smith, Gents Furnishings; Gar Weaver, second. Thursday and closed Saturday at in this issue of paper. Company; Best Layer Cake Mrs, Sam Cot edification of her patrons. pound. rard Tobacco Warehouse market man at 25 cents per 2:30 o'clock. There was 120 dogs 1800 school children passed thru Lancaster Woman's Club, Luncheon; ton, first; Mrs. Len Miller, second. Wilmore Knterprise. started in this race alone, fifty pdr Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnau, Obe Devil Food Cake Mrs. Jam the gates Friday. Bet the States in the Union be The management of the LanMany old acquaintances were re cent of lisk Flour, Coal, Brick, etc;. Logan es Conn, first; Mrs. J. II. Eads, secing represetned. On account of the caster Opera House takes pleasure in ncwed and the social features were and Anderson Ilros, Haberdashers; ond. largo number of entiles, reven judges announcing the coming of the latest decWhere In tho II 1 did they con Lancaster Christian Church, Hot Bfst Angel Food Cake Mrs. Na enhanced by the bright colored were nppointed to judge this stake, from. Bottling omi Hamilton, first; Mrs. Hiiydcn orations, the gay music and hot which was tho coveted prize of the nnd "best musical comedy, which will Chocolate; Crab Orchard appear nt Romans 'Opera House on lunches, making it an occasion long Come, tell me, I'd like to know Works, Soft Drinks; llaselden Bros., I.eavell, second. whole meet. "Abbie" a Garrard SATURDAY. 29th. NOVEMBER. They've stripped our Old Ulrd of his Central Garage and Dixie Garage, to be remembered. Cake Almlna Cocoanut Best County dog, owned, trained and "Henpecked Henry" promises to exMr. Ben Kelley was happy over feathers Auto Accessories, with six men from Doty, first; Miss Jane Doty, second. bred by Mr. Robert Walker. This ceed the laughter limit with its clean, winning the first prize in the corn And choked him out of his crow factory demonstrating; R. T. Peddi- Best Plain Cookies Miss Carrie winning dog is of the purest and best bright, wholesome comedy. It lias You may sometimes dope out a Jury cord, Insurance; J, F. Holtzchnw and Miller, first; Mrs. W. S. Weaver, sec- exhibit and also pleased that the first Walker breeding and is only 10 been many years since the theatre prize tobacco was grown from Kelley And how they will settlo a case, Furniture; "Get a Cupio" wheel; ond. Son, months old. 'She was sired by stud going public have had the opportunity Or guess who a woman will marry Local Red Cross; J. E. Dlckerson, Henley seed. Rest (linger Cookies--Mr- s. dog of the Walker kennels as well as of witnessing a musical comedy of Joe Reynolds, grower of tho prize Or pick the right horse in a raco Ladles Furnishings; Miss Minnie Bastin, first. Derby winner. this kind. The cast which 1ms been winning tobacco, was equally as hap tho But you can't figure out an election. Brown, Millinery; Joseph Mercantile Under new rulings, "Abbie" could carefully selected, are well known to DEPARTMENT K. py for his winnings totaled $125.00. And these words I'll permit you to Company, Ready-to-wea- r; Ladies Best Lemon Via Miss Allle Ynn VSv..,c.cU ....... comedy lovers, having ap- quota; Not a criticism was heard, on the Mrs. Bella Arnold Francis, Millinery; tis, first; easily won the James Trophy peared Jn larger xitles with well management of the Fair, which she You can never tell by past records Conn Brothers, Hardware and Majescup. for highest general average; thcknown productlon8. Best Pie any kind, Mrs. II. T. Tho choru, ia Just how n fellow will vote. tic Ranges; Consumers Supply Com- Logan, first; Mrs. S. A. Walker, sec- - speaks well for the popular pro Hunting cup; Trailing Cup; Endur young, nnd pretty nnd can dance moters. So boys, they've handed it to us pany, Everything in Groceries; llas ond. ance Cup; and one cup in each class gracefully. George Donahue's brand Favorable comments Dished up In tho latest style: and many entered, winning more than any Hardware, tally SPECIAL BY HUDSON, HUGHES elden Brothers, doe of "girl shows" hns never failed to compliments were heard from stran Hut let's take the dose that they giv Light Want, Caloric Furnaces, Eden ever won nt any previous National please the most critical audience, beAND FARNAU. gers, regarding the Garrard Tobacco us Washers, etc.; Delco Light Company, trulls. Mado from Obelisk Flour, cause they nro quick to anticipate tho Warehouse, nil conceding it to be the And smile, smile, smile. Delco Lights and Furnaces and Best loaf of bread Mrs. J. A. best one they had ever seen. Maysville Independent. Taken by mistake from Balls Gro- public wants and never disappoints. Washing The National Amon, first; Mrs. Ed Price, second, Machines; The Soft drink man had a "soft cery, Monday afternoon, Nov, 24th, "Henpecked Henry" which will apBank; Citizens National Bank; Gar Mrs. T. L. Best Beaten Biscuits the a large sack,of groceries, and a pack- pear here, comes well recommended By rard Bank and Trust Company; Par Yantls, first; Mrs. L. G. Davidson, snap" and "land-offic- peanut and pop-cor- n e man did a business". age with nijme (Mrs. Nannie Law- and judging from the newspaper ker Jenkins, Pop Corn and Peanuts second. Fire from an unknown origin desphotoSimmons, Danville the rence) in same sack. Also another criticisms of larger cities, it will be Roger Aldridge Gruphophones; Amcr Cake Mrs. Naomi Best White troyed the home and all contents of containing merchandise. the best musical comedy that will play lean Legion, Hcidal Sanford Post Hamilton, first; Mrs. Sam Cotton, grapher, took a number of. Interior package Jlr. Ilouben I'rather last Monday pictures, which we hope to reproduce Return to Mrs. Royston Ray or Balls here this season. The scenic proCentral Record, tho Best Paper Pub second. about noon. No one was at home at duction is carried complete and the lt-plater in this paper. Grocery. the time and none of the contents lished in Garrard County. DEPARTMENT L. costumes are said to be magnificent. A. DEPARTMENT could.be saved. lie had. no insurMrs. Best Strawberry Preserves It lj"safc to say that you will not go ance. wrong when you witness "Henpecked Best Cigarette Leaf First Joe Cronley Broaddus, first. Mr. Tom McMillan is the genial Henry." Best Peach Preserves Mrs. J. 11. Lay The Thanksgiving services will be Safety first Gaines the Insurance Reynolds, $50.00; Second 0. Ty held this year in the Christian church, host of the new lunch and "short orEads, first and second. ton, $25.00. Man. LOST on Friday November 21st, Mrs, the services beginning promptly at der" counter, which he has Just erect Best Watermelon Preserves Bright Leaf Joe Reynolds, First 10:30 o'clock. The sermon will be ed In the pool room of Mr-- Gabe Wal small tan and white shepherd dog. $25.00; John Darn, Second, $15.(10. R. L. Hagan, first. Best Blackberry Jam Mrs. J. A, preached by Rev, C. D. Strother, of ter. Everything most Is served with Has bobbed tall end scar on back of Best Red Leaf John Darn, First, Is neatness and dispatch and he will be neck, will ride on any car when lost. Kentucky Orphans Home Fund. $25.00; O. T. Layton, second, $15.00, Amon, first; Mrs. J. II. Eads, second. the Daptlst Church. Everybody pleased to see his friends at any Reward for his return. DEPARTMENT M. welcome and should attend this Baker "School, Miss Parrle Mae Best Trash Joe Reynolds, First, Marrs Swinebroad. time. Give him a trial Best1 Blackberry Jelly Mrs. Char. Clark, teacher, contributed $16.45. $25.00; O. T. Layton, second $15.00, Kentucky. Thurtdar, Df President Wilson, As D.y of Thank. iWtni In SUI. Of Everybody Pleased and Attendance. 'Good. ly Grow, second, $5,00. Best Single ear White Dent corn,' Dr. J. A. Amon, first, $5.00; J. D. Tarkington, second, $2.50. Best ten ears Yellow Corn, J. D. Tarkington, first, $10.00; R. L. Ber ry, second, $5.00, Best single ear corn yellow R. L. Berry, first, $5.00; J. D. Tarkington, second, $2.50. DEPARTMENT C. Boys Corn Club. Best ten ears of white corn Tele-phBourne, 'First. DEPARTMENT D. Best Half peck onions J. II. Eads, first; W. It. Wells, second. R. J. Best peek Irish Potatoes Ilendren, first; Wnlter Smith, second. Best Peck Sweet Potatoes Mrs. James Harris, first; R. J, Hcndren, second; Best. Pumpkin A. C. James, first; Kmbry and Henry, second. Best Kershaw R. L. Angle, first; William Carroll, second. DEPARTMENT F. Best Hand Made Gown Miss .Vlia Ynntis, first; Miss Julia Zanone sec ond. Best Hand made Corset Cover Miss I.uvlsa Harris, first; Mrs. R. D, Blanton, teuind. Best Hand Made Teddy Miss Julin Zanone, first; Mr. Tom Hal lard, second; Best Hand Made Handkerchief Mrs. John Farra, first; Miss Josephine Moore, second. Bert Hand Made Quilt Mrs. J. R. Mount, first; Miss Lucy Henderson, TOBACCO CIRCUITCOURT COMING IN. Convened Last Monday Morning. Market To Open Here December 3rd. JURORS IMPANELED. EVERYBODY PLEASED NEW WAREHOUSE. WITH Judge Charles A. Hardin convened the November Term of the Garrard County Circuit Court last Monday morning. Some little trouble was had in Retting the jurors, who had previously been summoned by sheriff A. K. Wnlkcr, to appear .or jury service, in fact lwcnty-thrc- c failed to put in their nppcarance, and the court ordered warrants of arrests issued for nil of them. IThcy will now have to tell their troubles to Judge Uanlin nnd perhaps draw a fine of nbout $15.00 for their seemingly indifference. Juilj;c Hardin gave strong, instructions to the grand jury, who will serve for bIx days. The following Fair Echoes. OBELISK FLOUR Wins Blue Eibbons The Fair. at GREAT FOX HUNT CLOSES. Robert Walker Wins A Big Cat Fish. Auction Sales. - "Henpecked Henry." Smile, Smile, Smile. Loses Home Fire. Thanksgiving Service. New Delicatessen. More Money. WIMIUMUMMHIIIMMI The Central Record, Lancastei . Ky.. Thursday Nov 27, 19)9 ' - ' " - ...nmUMIMMMH. HABIT READY-TO-WEAR. AND COMEN BOYS. We arc renily for you with boys suits and clothing "a plenty". Wo have just what you want in suits with lots of style nnd material that will wear till you. wish they would wear out. We have Caps, Shoes and everything. GO TO WELCH'S DON'T FORGET TO PLACE your order for that Kitchen Cabinet. ROOFING $6.75 Best Galvanized colored, per sq 3.25 90 lb. Slate We are offering for Misses, Coats of unusual merit. They are stylish and nifty and yet made for long and continuous wear. We have a large stock to choose from and we know we can please you with style and price. BLOUSES. Remember we are offering for your approval, blouses of many styles, colors and prices. A visit to our Ready-to-weDepartment will pay you. ar pi 4 WELCH'S is the place to get Salt for your meat. BRING YOUR OLD SHOES to us and we will make them look like new. STOVES STOVES. Our Stoves are going fast but we still have plenty. Majestic and Favorite Ranges and Moore's and Coles heaters. BLANKETS and COMFORTS When the wind blows and snow comes, you will not care if you are tucked under one of our fluffy blankets or comforts. DRESS GOODS. Don't fail to ask to see our new dress patterns, as our stock is complete. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. taker. Use the Phone and "feave the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. son, Walter Durham, Miss Christine, spent Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hanlcy. Morford and and daughter, Sunday with Drumfleld at . Miss Francis, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders, Miss Sally Luti, Messrs W. P. Long, Tom Morford. Ilurnett Sanders, Prof. Tomerlin, ReV, D. F. Sebastian and Dr. W. D. Pryor were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray daughter, and family Sunday. -- . i V" u V " i j A -- .ft' f ,At without qumtonif Hunt's SU ' Mi treatment of Trim ftintwurm.Ilchtc icm I Dun "OUST BACK IVWi XTJk STARMES DRUG STORE. COY Mrs. Josie Mathews is able out. Mr. William Clyde Sanders visitor in Lancaster Saturday Mr. Irvine Dailey spent the end with his sister, Mrs. Lucy Irearracnu filled Hunt'Sl hundird of m.h h" Vrxj can't loe co ui Cinranri, Try 'l t our ttik TODAY. fik7Sr. For tftic locally by MrflMi ''! to be was a night. week, Whit- - Mrs. Essie Vaught and daughter, Mr. McKenzie Simpson was a call- Maybelle, spent the week end with er at Andrew Simpson's Saturday her sister, Mrs. Lovie Anderson. night. Messrs Ed Moberley and D.tlard Mr. V. L. Sanders and wife and Simpson wire the guests of Andrew son. Charles spent Sunday with Simpson ar.J family Sunday Morning. friends. Mrs. Mymie Locker and charming Miss Jessie B. Ray and brother, little daughter, Mamie Katherine, Elmer attended services at Scotts spent Thursday with her aunt, Joeie Fork Sunday. Matthews : Mrs. James Sanders and little Mrs. Amanda Clouse spent Friday with her brother, Mr. William Simp- daughter, James Charlotte, spent Tuesday night with her mother, Mrs. son at Judson. Lige Ray at Teatersville. Messrs Walter Fain and Sammie The hunters are making this comClay Folger were in Lancaster Satmunity roar with the sounds from urday on business. their guns. Mr. Rabbit is like the Mr. Robert Carter and wife and Germans were at Chateau Thierry children made a recent visit at his on the run. mothers, Mrs. Slal Carter's. Sunday at the church in the interest A campaign. of the $76,000,000. large crowd was present. Rev. Beagle of Georgetown was the chief speaker, Rev. Nash of Springfield delivered an address in the afternoon, also tire laymen were called on to Messrs make a talk on the subject Tope of Springfield and John Holti-claof Lancaster, and others resThe music was furnished ponded. for the occasion by the Danville quartette. Dinner was served at the schoolhouse. The ordination of the 7 deacons which was to have taken place was backed off the program for want of time anil given to the speak ers on jhe campaign. w Mrs. Flora Long and D i j BUCKEYE lili TRUE COMFORT You cannot buy more practical comfort and shelter than is built into this Oakland Sensible Mr. Frank Pierce o(. Louisville is viiltinp his aunt. Mrs. Oscar Ray. Dr. C. M. Hendrcn was in Nlcholas-Wll- e Horn to Mr. and Mr. Clay Sutton, a girl. and Lexington, Wednesday. Mr. and MrsOrcnr Ray and Miss Jim Speake bought the Hogg farm from J. I. Hamilton for $137. an Nettle Ray spent Wednesday acre. The farm contains 120 acres. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ray Bogle of Mrs. Nannie Silcr and daughter, Miss Rebecca, Miss Elisabeth Pettus Jessamine visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Limy in'Nich-clasvill- MARKSBUKY I will on Having decided to make my home in Indiana, Friday, December 12th, 19 creek, sell the following personalty property; One Good Saddle mare, eight years old, s'afe family; One Saddle mare, seven years old; One good aged work horse; One half Percheron filly colt; One seven year old milk cow, good milker; One four year old milk cow, good milker; Two good brood sows; Ten shoats; weighing about 60 pounds; One good slide; One harrow; One Hillside plow; Double shovel plow; Single shovel Plow; One Number One good Rubber Tired Buggy and Harness. A lot of Plow gear, bridle and harness, and several other things usually found on a farm. A good cooking stove and my household and kitchen furniture. TERMS: All sums $10.00 and under cash hand, over that amount a credit of six months, in with notes bearing six per cent interest. it is especially Six Sedan. It is roomy; it rides easily .over the roughest roads, and throughout it is completely und substantially equipped. self-heate- d; Touring Car, $1074 Roadster, l'.O.l). I'untlac, Mich. Additional fur wire wheel equipment, $7S floi ROGER ALDRIDGE, DEALER. MNCASTER.KY of Springfield, Mr. Gordon Doty 6f Lexington spent the week end with Mrs. Mary Doty and family. G. N. Kay of Judson bought of R. K. Speake 300 bales of hay for $25 per ton. Mr. Ray's neck and chest Injured when he was considerably was caught between the hay and the scales while driving On. Mr. and Mrs. Speake were hosts at a bountiful 12 o'clock dinner last Sunday to the following guests, Mr. and Mrs. Kd Sharpe of Harrodsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Speake of California, Mr. and Mrs. John Collier, of Ray Sunday. Mr. Harrison Ray was a guest of his brother, G. N. Ray at Judson last of the week. Mrs. L. F. Urown and faMily were guests of Mrs. Iluford West in Richmond, Tuesday. and Mr. und Mrs. R. W. Sanders daughters, spent Sunday with relatives in Madison county. Mike Reynolds (colored) who had with been sick for scvernl months dropsy died Saturday Nov. 22nd. Ilradshaw Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene and'Miss Irene Ilradshaw visited Mr. near I.ancnster. nnd Mrs. Walker Rrndshaw Sunday. Mr. Green Estes, Miss Dean HunMr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and ter, Mrs. Nora Prewitt and Miss VirOrchard, snent Saturday gie Clark motored to Lexington the mi. of Crab Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Mor- 15th, to spend the day, it being the night with , anniversary of Mrs. Prewitt's and ford. Mrs. It. W. Sanders and daughters, Miss Clark's sister, Miss Carrie Clark. The day was celebrated by many Miss Christine Morford and Mr. Tom Morford were in Danville shopping pretty and useful gifts. evening. The Ladies Working Society will Saturday L Mr. Joe Pierce and family attend Mrs. R. S. Clark next meet with 1'hursday, The president requests ed preaching at Buckeye Sunday anil that the 'extra money promised, due were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter etc, bo paid overto the treasurer at Grow and Mi. Curt PUrce. this meeting, so that she can make a WatU of Nicholas- Misses cUan annual report, after this time vllle, Ora IVather'and Minnie Ray the books will be closed for thti year. Teater of Laataster, were week end An all day meeting was held last guests of Ma, and Mrs. Mai Carter. AT ONE P. M. On the farm of J. W. Simpson, on Scott's Fork W. A. fROUTE NO. 3. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. Turner LANCASTFD ' ' k-- v Skits t 81 I' "'ssisis i - f t . Garrard Tobacco Warehouse THIS MODERN AND WELL EQUIPPED WAREHOUSE IS NOW OPEN TO MARKET OPENS ITS FIRST SALE THE. LANCASTER tN r 1 WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3rd. 111 L Bring Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sells ,c rp ra d Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Company :':3L. G. Davidson, President. W. R. McCray, Manager. John R. Scott, Auctioneer. home having spent several months in Washington. Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Curtis and Miss Allene Curtis spent the day Sunday in Lexington. Mrs. Floyd Curtis had as her gue3t last week her aunt, Mrs. James Mar tin, of Lexington. Messrs W. K. Davis and J. C. Williams sold their farm near Hickman to Mr. Jcife Rogers. Mr. IS. K. Swope has returned from Mississippi, where he purchased a large tract of land. Quite a number from here attended the Corn and Tobacco fair in Lancaster, the past week. l!e,v. G. S. Conant made a business unit TUESDAY. i, OIIP AAbfi LEXINGTON MAN was beautifully decorated with flowers and dainty refreshments were rerved. Measure of Greatness. men. groat event", groat fald, grow n we' lerrtle from them; unn the rate at which Ihoy grow In tlu estimation ot men Is In some sort a measure of .their greatne. Principal Sbalrp. Groat epoch"", It has boon Gives Reasons For His Belief. BENEFITS THINKS JOHNSON GAINED JUSTIFY GLOWING TRIBUTE PAID TRUTONA. Lexington. Ky Nov. 25th. "Because of relief I've gnined I feel that I'm Justified in saying that Trutona gave ir.e more benefits than any other medicine I'vo ever taken," Russell Johnson, CO years old, p retired furniture dealer and well known Lexington resident of COS South Lime Stone street, said recently. "For many years I've been troubled with constipation", he continued. "I had taken laxatives constantly. I would become so dizzy ut times that I could hardly get around. I was OF For" Dull Mirrors. If mirrors bo very dull and specklod, llio following method li'j excellent: Take n small portion of whltlns und add 'Ufllclont 10I1I tea to make a paste; ruH the gin' with worm ten, dry wllh a koft cloth; nib n little of the pnte well on the mirror nnd polMi dry with tlfcsuo paper. Household and Kitchen Furniture On account of my wife's health, I am forced to quit housekeeping, and will sell all my Household goods, furniture of every kind, consisting of everything that is found in a well furnished home. This sale will be held on trip to Louisville and Cincinnati the latter part of the week. spent the Miss Kannic Dowden latter part of the week with Miss Lucile Lackey in Lancaster.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Montgomery DEC 2nd AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. At my late home on High Bridge pike, two miles North of Beuna Vista, Kentucky.' Now this furniture is all comparatively new, with the exception of some pieces of Old Time Furniture. One extra good Mailable Range, used one year; One good cider mill; One Farm Bell; One 50 gallon gas 1 tank.' This will be an Auction Sale, everything will sell. TERMS liberal and made known on day of ale. A. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. D. SCOTT week. of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duncan Bourne spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrsj D. M. Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Montgomery and Miss Mae Montgomery were guests in Jessamine county Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George Watts. Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams spent the with Dr. nnd Mrs. B. U. Montgomery at Taint Lick. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Coulter of Beuna Vifta and Miss Margaret' Coulter of Hossymoyne Ohio, were Adv. guests of Mrs. Ethyl Berkley Sunday. Miss Beulah Hunt and Mr. Ben BKVANTSVILLE Pollard both of Boylo county, were Mr. W. K. Davis was in Lexington married Wednesday evening in the parsonage, Rev. G, S. Conant officiat Satuday. ing. Mrs. Herbert Taylor is visiting Mrs. R. I. Burton very delightfully relatives In Tennessee. entertained a numberof her lady Miss Ida Speake supplied for Miss friends Thursday afternoon. One of Bcttlo Scott, who was very ill Mon the pleasing features was the guessday. ing of conundrums, the answers beMiss Ida Speake spent the week ing the names of flowers. Mrs. Billy end with Mrs. Talton Wheeler near Burton and Mrs. B. C. Rose received Lancaster. a large box of candy for their IntelliMiss Mayme Ballard Is now at gence along that line. The house nervous and restless at night o bad I couldn't sleep. Headaches bothered me constantly. "The relief I've gained In Trutona has caused me to hope that others will try the new medicine and as I have. Sty become convinced bowels act with clocklike regularity the dizzy now; I don't experience spells any more and my appetite is much better than before. I'm glad to recommend Trutona." Mr. Johnson has voiced the opinion of thousands of people who have tried Trutona and found the perfect tonic to bo unsurpassed as a reconstructive agency as well as a most successful combatant of stomach, liver und bun el troubles, nervousness, sleeplessness, nnd the like. Trutona is now being introduced! and explained in Lancaster ut It. K. Mclloberts Drug Store. are rejoicing over the arrival of Miss Elizabeth D. in their home. Mr. and Mrs. Elder of Nicholas-villwere guests of their daughter, Mrs. Hogan Ballard several days last e, When Croup Threatens Quick forestall! dresded hours of night relief of baby's croup often a serious situation when this distuo comes in the Ut MR wu, tvj suji mt ajmn m Mocbm tbomU len ! cl Bran' V tfad Ultt CMfftwu. Wtxn Croup tbrvusnt, Ukl 9 inrtit. muimiu wu nwara wu mu Choi 4 iUuu, will rciwTf Um ciokjH frntft MfMUo. u4 vrotBwM mrtul tlery. TUN mJt toj .ssssssssssssssssssW L'MilClMfWIrtif bjphf mmt9u ttr. ia ciiUna Q 4ng MUM of yrrftUbr IfeMcwUMOu tut msmm Drame Drug lorapaay Wss.trtsw.lt, fc The(Jentral Record, Lancaster 1 ? Ky. Thursday, Nov 27, 1919. Wool Clothing ALL WOOL CLOTHING IS HARD TO FIND BUT WE HAVE PLENTY NOW MADE UP IN THE LATEST MODELS FOR MEN AND BOYS. IN STOCK NEW BELTED SUITS AND OVERCOATS MADE BY HART SCHAFFNER & MARX AND OTHER WELL KNOWN BRANDS. PRICES FINE SHOES. $25.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $45.00, and $50.00 WILSON SHIRTS. STETSON HATS. COOPERS UNDERWEAR. II HOUSE OF QUALITY. 5 JAS. W. SMITH 4 I LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ' CopvricV 19t9.iratt ScluffnettJIarr gHMMMtMNHMMMMtMMUHMi NORTHERN SEED RYE, their families how to take care of MAJORthemselves, comes from the sale of fl-Sm Year. those little Red Cross Christmas seals Weekly. Lined every winter. Payable in Advance. A visiting nurse in every county of Kentucky and a dispensary under the J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. direction of the ablest physicians ob R. D.EEKIN,. Local Editor and Mgr. Gov-tainable, besides traveling clinics to in i go from county to county where need Eatcrcd at the Post Office in Lan- ed in the tight against tuberculosis Mail caster; Ky., as Seconi-Clas- a in the State are the objects toward Ky., Nov. 23th. FRANKFORT, Matter.' which Dr. J. S. Lock, executive sec With every county heard from the retary of the Kentucky Tuberculosis official vote in the Governor's race Association, is bending his energies shows: Uncisler, Ky.. Nowmber27, 1919 nnd which the money from the sale 254,230 Morrow of Red Cross Christmas Seals will 214,114 Black Member Kentucky Cress Association make possible, if enough of the seals and are sold between December 1, when 40,170 Morrow's Majority Eighth District Publishers League. they are placed on sale, and DecemThe last counties to report were ber 10, when the drive for the sale of Anderson, which gave Black 220 ma Red Cross Christmas Seals in Ken jority, and Floyd, which gave a maRate For Political Announcements. will be finished. jority of 182 for Morrow. For Erecirict and City Offices $5.00 tucky For County Offices 10.00 Pot Stafe anil District Offlces15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, pec line proclamation has The following For all publications in the interThere has been quite a little de est of individuals or expresmand for good mules during the past been issued by Rupert Blue, Surgeon sion of Individual views, per week and several have changed hands General, United States Public Health .10 at very satisfactory prices. lino Service: .OS Obituaries, per line Over one hundred nnd fifty thousMr. Charles Hamilton came over from North Middletown last week and Americans die annually from tuberculosis. This is an appalling and succeeded in buying twenty-fiv- e head, all of them marc mules but waste of life when we consider that He purchased of two. Center tuberculosis is classed as a preventMoreover, because disease. Brothers, eleven head that averaged able Dr. 1212.50 a head, a pair of Wilson this loss of life occurs almost entireBrandenburg, for $450; team of For- ly in the ranks of the young adult est (Renter, $392.50; One of D. D. population, health authorities the Center for $220; pair of Clarence world over have come to consider the Di.pensarjr Under Direction of' Beit Beazley for $375: one from Mr. control of tuberculosis as still the Turner for $210; R. R. Elkin one for most pressing health problem con Physiciane Obtainable And Every year the Na$180; and a nice team of Jack Collins fronting them. TraTeime: Clinics To Bs Paid by for $585, and a pair of George Mar-ic- e tional Tuberculosis Association For With Red Croia Christselling Red Cross Christmas Seals foi $400. mas Scale. Center Brothers sold a team to Ed raises a considerable sum of money camPerkins for $440 and Lonsey Coffee to be used in a nation-wid- e What is to be done with the money sold to Bright and Fox, of Danville paign to combat tuberculosis. This from the sale ot Red Cross seals in a nice team of mare mules for year a special effort is being made to Kentucky this year. This inquiry is ?582.50. Interest school children in this work heard front many persona not Inand December fifth, sixth, and sev formed of the fact that most of the If, as we are told, every man is enth have been designated as days money used la fight tuberculosis by the architect ot his own fortune, on which the seals are to bo sold in the Kentucky Tuberculosis Associa- some people must be extremely gift the public schools, synagogues and Because of the serious tion, to provide, visiting nurses to ed in the art of drawing crooked churches. nesa of the situation, I trust that the teach tha victims of ha plague and lines. campaign this year will bo particu larly successful. It is urged that every state and D local secretary have copies of this proclamation printed or mimeographed and mailed immediately to every school superintendent, school principal, rabbi and clergyman in the state and county. The general observance of December 5, C and 7th, will go far toward making this campaign a success. A cupy of this proclamation should be sent to every newspaper in the state and every county newspaper. No effort should be spared to give this statement the widest possible publicity. The Central Record MORROW'S ITY IS 40,176. Mobile, Alabama. The early explorers did well whon they founded the French colonies, which were begun under the brothers de Bienville and U'lbcrville. " Mobile lies at the mouth of the Mobile River, wMtch is formed by the junction of the Alabama and Tombig-be- e Many products of the inrivers. terior come down these rivers; cotton and lumber in large quantities is seen, and coal from further north. Mobile harbor affords accommoda-- ' tion at her wharfs for both commercial and tourist traffic. The city of Mobile is some thirty miles, from the Gulf of Mexico and it is a delightful sail up the broad winding entrance to this city Mobile which has u population of 75,000 souls. From the water's edge there is a gradual rise of the land which leads to attractive hills and ravines, upon which are located beautiful southern homes old and new and the shell roads arc a boon to the automobilist. There are few cities in the world which possess so many beautiful streets that might be termed boulevards. Some of them resemble small portions of Paris, France or Brussels, Belgium as it was before the present devastation from the European War. These streets in Mobile are lined with some Monarchs of a century of Nature's production the grand old elms and water oaks, and not a few are embellished by the hoary gray hanging moss that sways with the passing breezei. Govcn.ment street is the most imposing, and branching from it are many attractive park' like streets made beautiful through the care of civic coopera All counties heard from the Race for ernor of Kentucky. Timothy Seed, Kentucky Blue Grass and Orchard Grass, Red Top, Red Clover, Sweet Clover Seed. OBELISK-TH- E FLOUR of QUALITY Hog Feed, Wheat and Rye Middlings, Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cows give more milk. Carey-ize- d Some Demand . Red Cross Christmas Seal Day. For Mules. Salt Tonic Blocks. Best for Cur- Brick, Portland Cement, Rock, Sand. Genuine Kanawha Salt ing Meat. . VISITING NURSE Lock's Elan. lit Everjr County Resolution. Worthy Servant Dies. IF1E BI1E See our line of Hardware While Attending court. Honor Roll. Third Month Lancaster School. Graded Room 1 Van Hook. Room 2 William Todd ami Edna H. V. Bastln, Olaf Fa. therein, Paul Henry, Branch Conn, Mary Conn, Nancy Clark, Loretta Kates, Emma Hagan, Ollie V. Marsee, Francis Tucker. Fanny Lee Walker. Room 4, Mamie Craig, Margaret Estes. Room 6. Peru Young, Elizabeth Rich, Garnett Fotherglll, Mattie Mao Hubbell, Sallie Craig. Room 6. Hazel Broaddas, Mar- Conn 3E Brothers. EEDE "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." garet Scott. 3 Room- - 7. Edith Avant, Room 8 Mamie Brown, Conn, Ida Mae Sanders. E.ile Nellie Embry, one of the best col- Whereas, on the 16th day of Nov- "d servants and cooks in Lancaster ember 1919, the Great and Supreme at her home here last Saturday Ruler of the universe has In His ir- finite wisdom removed from among morning after an illness of ten days. us one of our oldest and worthiest The immediate cause of her death and esteemed brothers, John T. Al- being peritonitis. For a number of years the was a len, and Whereas, the long and intimate re- trusted servant of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. lation held with him in our order in Robinson, both of whom regret her the faithful discharge of his duties In inssing away. Her remains were our order makes it eminently befit- buried In the' local cemetery last ting that we record our appreciation Monday afternoon. of him. THEREFORE, RESOLVED. That the wisdom and ability which he has At n bargain, a good wheat thresher. exercised In the aid of our order by 1 J",..,'.. V ., . "" norsc power service, contributions, and council. . steam traction engine and 24 Inch will be held In grcatful remembrance: cylinder 42 Separntor. Best grain RESOLVED, that the sudden re cleaner in country. Will tell at men. moval of such life from among our bsrgain, price Mobile is fast becoming an $350.00 for whole'out-fi- t, shadow-tha- t pay only $150.00 rash down and resort, with fine Hotels, midst leaves a vacancy anil a will be deeply realized by all of balance on easy and all centering around its historic the members of Cartertvllle I. O. O. without interest. yearly payments, and beautiful Bienville Square. Call at.McCreary F. Lodge, Number 221, and friends or Mobile is often called "The Mother Teatcrsville, near Uncaster Ky, , this organization, and will prove a ond sec or write to of Mystics" because she was the first of serious loss to the community and to originate the "Mardi Gras." Wilbert Locker, public. out-doTeatcrsville Ky. R. R. 3. Box 40-One finds recreation in theRESOLVED, That with deep sym and around Mobile, in abundance. pathy with the bereaved relatives of "Pd. Small steamers ply between her sudeceased, we express our hope resorts beautiful the even burban health so great a loss to us all, Fairhope, Battles Wharf, Point Clear, that may be over-rule- d As administrator of Mollie Garner, for good by Him Magnolia Springs and other attrac who docth all things well. deceased, I will on more tive spots; which are made RESOLVED. That a cony of these TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2nd, 1919, beautiful by Nature's hand, and resolutions be spread upon the rec ut 1 1 o'clock, A. M.. on the premises ozone Is freely where health-givin- g ords of our lodge, and a copy print- - near Lowell, sell at mlblic nuMIn tr given frqm the Gulf of Mexico. ed In The Central Record, nnd a Copy , the highest bidder the following pr- In addition, Mobile has excellent forwarded to the bereaved widow, sunui property, towlt: golf links, a fine Country Club, plen- Cnrtemville I. O. O. F. Lodgo No. 221, One family hqrse, 'J years old, 3 ty of good fishing, and automobiling By J. D. Carter, Sccty. milk cows, good ones; 3 meat hogs, be surpassed: over roads that cannot weight about 225 pounds; 2 brood Old Mobile is unlike any other city sows; one two horse wsgon; 1 buggy; on the Gulf. She has her, own atSome farming Implements. Lot of tractions, as well as those of her surFor kindness thown to our father household and kitchen furniture, roundings. A few weeks stay there during his illness and after his death (tome old fathion furniture). and mingling wlih her people cannot we want to express our appreciation. Terms made known on day of sale, be but well spent. She is also a city Children of Mr. Wesley Farley. J. A. SCOTT, Administrator! of Clubs, and genuine hospitality, A We are havlrfg one gay old time In Don't become too peeved over the. Tourist Welcome Club, among others, heartily welcomes all visitors to this the U. S. just now. Everybody unsettled condition of affairs. Be- tm city of de Bienville and d'Iberville. wants to scrap and nobody wanU to ter tlmpa nlta.l . win an ut , (adv) be converted into scrap, tome day. Carlyle Porter. tion. There ran scarcely be found r c'rive more beautiful by Natures own painting than along Mobile Bay, by sunset in the summer time, or at Autumn it Is one never to be forgotten. Mobile is a city of education, cul ture uhd perhaps interesting conservation, yet it is a city ot true hos pitality, with a touch of what tcmains of the old regime of French, English, and Spanish. It is a city that has been "under five flags", nnd many of its people bear the distinctive features of their ancestors, in its many and even fine looking beautiful women, nnd courteous "old school" For Sale. " Public Sale. Card of Thanks. I," in f....,r(. ...r.- 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 27, 1919. SECTION 2 THIRTIITHIYEAR NUMBER 36. OBELISK FLOUR AGAIN PROVES ITS WORTH. Awarded Blue Ribbons AT THE CORN AND TOBACCO FAIR, WHICH CLOSED SATURDAY. In All Classes IT IS THE QUALITY 'SBH 26. FLOUR. Try a Sack Today We Deliver In Town. Phone Hudson, Hughes & Farnau SOLE AGENTS FOR GARRARD COUNTY. BAPTISTS PLAN AID To War-Stricke- n Eu rope. Commitilon Make, Sludjr Of Situs lion Th.r. Which Can Be Help- -' ed Throuh 75 Million Campaign. South, on the eve of his setting sail for Kurope, was that they Rive themselves wholeheartedly to the campaign and the Hiked. A Rat MUST A CHILD BE PALE? Pallor, and "Tired-outness- That Didn't Smell After Being Dead For 3 Month,. " study To make a careful, first-hanof the nodal, economic and spiritual needs of those countries in Kurope which suffered most heavily in the war and recommended how, where and to what extent these needs can be met through the Baptist 75 Million Campaign, n commission composed k of Or. J. F. Love, secretary of the 7. L' MI. .Inn Itnnp.l T ,' Cod-?editor Baptist Courier, Green- ville S. C, and Rev. Kvcrctt GUI missionary at lEome, Italy, who is re turning after a leave of absence in this country, has reached England and will later go over the situations in France, Belgium, Italy, Czecho-Slovak- ia in such important points Russia as can be reached, and then go into l'alestine for a study of the work In Syria, Persia and Galilee. been has While $00,000,000 set aside for this work already. Dr. Love expresses the hope that the 7S million asked for will be so gencr-ousl- y oversubscribed that a large surplus will be left which can be converted into a relief fund for stricken Kurope. He says more than 000 could be spent with economy and high Christian purpose in the care of the willows and orphans of Baptists who were killed in the war, erecting houses of worship, building schools and the like and extending the work of the gospel in all the countries of that continent, and his parting message to his fellow Ilaptists of tho tr "I swear it was dead at least 3 Remmonths," said Jamrs Sykes, Ilutcher, Wcsttleld, N. J. "We saw this rat edied by Pepto-Mange- n. every day. Tut n cake of behind a barrel. Months later my wife asked about the rat. Remem-bere- d the barrel, looked behind It. There was tho rnt dead, not the It Build, Up the Dlood and Thui Imslightest odor." Three sizes, 25c, 50c prove, the Appetite and 1.00. Sold and guaranteed by K. K. Strengthen, the Body. Mcltobcrts Drug Store and Haseldcn Bros. Nov. adv. There is but one legitimate excuse for a pale, BE SURE AND COME. and that is some seriouslistless child, disease of What will prove to be the musical one or more of the vital organs, comedy treat of the season is Geo. which, of course, needs the prompt Donahue's latest and minute attention of a competent physician. song and dance play "HENPECKED Unless such conditions the exists, K.N It Y" which will appear at the weak, white youngster who takes no pleasure in romping or playing can Roman's Opera House next SATUR-DANIGHT. NOVKMUKlt 29th. be very materially helped by a course Seldom, if ever, has this city seen of that thoroughly dependable blood such an aggregation of comedians, enrichcr and general tonic, Gudc's This standard remprima donnas and chorus girls as will edy for Anemia (Bloodlessncss) has Henry be seen with "Henpecked "Henpecked Henry" is a new edition been continuously prescribed by of the well known play out of the or physicians all over the world for neardinary in every way. It is produced ly thirty years, to restore the weakenby the largest musical comedy pro ed, watery blood to its normal con ducer in the Ucit. Geo. Donahue dition, and thus improve appetite, was quick to realize what the theatre add color to pale lips and cheeks and public wants in the line of Rood clean Impart strength to the whole body. HAT-SNA- P 11 I'epto-Mange- Appetite almost always Poor home after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Poynter at McCreary. Miss Funnie Smith who spent last week with Miss Virginia Sutton on road, the Crab Orchard returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. llascom I'elphrey and Miss Nelte I'elphrey, Mr. and Mrs. James Enson attended church at Buckeye Sunday. Mrs. William Black, Mrs. John Black and little son, J. B. were visitors Tuesday of Mesdames J. I'. Foley and Charlie Tuttle. Mr. William Sutton sold his farm of 10 acres, house and tobacco barn to Mr. William II. Beazley of for $3,250. Mr. Harve Jennings bought 15 acres of land from Mrs. Carrie Davidson at $05.00 an acre, and is building h bungalow- - on it. Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Bice and little son, Robert Leslie, of Itichmond, were Thursday guests of Mesdames William Sutton and Carrie Davidson. Mr. P. LaDuke, Farmer, Say,, "You Bet Rats Can Bile Through Metal." only to be a case of killing the goose that lays the golden egg, but of smashing the egg as well. Now let the government enact stringest laws compelling both sides to submit their grievances to arbitration, and put an end to this exasperating curtailment of production. FEEDING YOUR HOCS MEANS DOLLARS (NOT CENTS) TO YOU Jennie Barr, Miss Maude Smith and visitor Miss Messrs Walter and Charlie Smith attended church ut Beazley School Sunday and were dinner guests of Mrs. Grace Sutton. Our school taught by Miss Ora I'rather, of Lancaster, for the past three months, closed Friday Nov. 21. Miss I'rather has accepted a splendid In He has succeeded amusements. launching this senson, one of the brightest, catchiest, and most nmus ing musical comedy hits of his career. the The strike which produces greatest good to mankind is the one which hits a hot piecu of iron, the head of a nail, or otherwise aids in t he work of production. position in Cincinnati, to take effect Dec. 1st. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yantis enter Gude'a I'epto-Mange- n can be had in tained Sunday nt nn elegant dining both liquid and tablet form (no dif in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ference in its effect), the liquid, of Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith course, being preferable for young and daughter, Miss Hazel, were also present. children. When buying Pepto-Mn- n Mrs. Tom Turner nnd mother, Mrs. gan, be sure the name "Gude's" is on the package. Without "Gude's" it Amelm Higgins of Grays, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Foley nnd children of Hack- is not I'epto-Mangeley, Mr. Taylor nnd daughters. Misses (Advertisement.) Mary and Malinda were guests Sun day at an elaborate dinner of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1'. Foley. You save time and money by using B. . THOMAS' HOG POWDER, the ideal tonic, conditioner and worm cxpellcr. The sooner you begin savThe wise man tells a few things. ing this money, the sooner you will have it. So come to our store this The fool tells it all. day and get a supply, A man cusses when he feels like it. adv. W. A. Dlckerson. A woman laughs when she doesn't. New Me ords Cteam. These are the days, however, when A recording beauty in spots fsTiuT powder deipr to measure theni.'cr hnsbecn .tnvente amount of sfeam usei In an Industrial plant and check waste All men are great, in one way or another but principally it is the Making Bllllara Balls. other. Experience has shown In the making of billiard balls that, us It dries. Kicking is a virtue, when it ac- Ivory shrinks, so they are turned In complishes something besides u kick the rousli and kept In a warm room in return. for a long time sometimes two years Then after shrinking they are turned Self delusion is a popular pastime again. with the fellow who wants something for nothing. History Repeats Itself. Ilrlggs and Fowler were talking of Capital and labor are each other's throat, and both are on the neck of tho great wars fought In the days when the world was considerably the man between. younger. "You know," sold Ilrlggs "It Yes, labor and capital will one day always seems to me that those old join hands when the government warriors were very much like our modern financiers." "What do you glues them together. mean?" asked Fowler. "Well they, The government has the alien para-sit- o wero always Investing some one else's capital, weren't they?" on the Give him "I had feed bins lined with zinc last year, rats got through pretty soon. Was out $18. A $1 package of RAT-SNA- P killed so many rats, that I've never been without it since. ." Our collie dog never touched You try it. Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by R. K. McRobcrts and Haselden Bros. Lancaster, Ky. Nov. adv Cracks At Creation. run. a swift GUY. Mr. .Milton Ward is yet confined to is improving. Mrs. William Walker was a visitor Thursday of Mrs. Henry Yater. Mrs. Amelia HIggins of Grays, is vMtlng l.cr daughter, Mrs. Tom Tur the houv, but ner. THE UNIVERSAL CAR There are more than 3,000,000 Ford cars in daily service throughout the world, and fully eight)" per cent of these arc 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. Mr. ond Mrs. Charlie Tuttle were recent ruests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. .nr. ami airs. Henry Tuttlo wcro Sunday quests of, Mr. and Mrs. A. N, Mer'da. air. K. it. Vtnrd wkas a visitor on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jumes L. Yantls. Miss Ora 1'rathcr, of Lancaster. was the guest Thursday night of Miss Nello I'elphrey. Miss I.Ida Ilroaddus spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. Marcus Whito on the new Danville pike. Little Miss Margaret White spent the week end with her grand-mothMrs. John Ilroaddus. Miss John Smith and Miss Jennie Ilarr of Harkley were visitors at Hyattsville Thursday. Miss Cecil Norvel of Corbln spent u portion of last week with her uncle Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Foley. Mrs. Tom Dailey and little daugh ter, Lettie, wcro visitors Saturday of her aunt, Mrs. Henry Yater, Miss Maude Smith and visitor, Miss Jennie Uarr, of Hackley, wero guests Tuesday of Mrs. Tolliver Cornett. Mrs. Green Poynter has returned, Pietists. This rellcloui tect was also called Tho world is in a mad stampede "Separhti." It was a sect of the for gold, nnd the maddest of all is Lutheran church which preferred the one who is let behind. private to public worship. The found' Coal is king nnd diamond, pearls er was Spencer of I.clpsle nnd his home and rubles nrc but midgets reflecting was called "Collecln Pletas," became hla disciple met there. Ordained In the glory of tho mighty.-clergymen had no marked precedence The agitator should take warning. and anyone wns permitted to address Tho Americans foot is slow to move, the assembly, as among Quakers. "I can thank Mr. O'Brien, a neigh but it lilts with n terrific jolt. A Lady In Chicago Telegraphs For oor, ror my recovery from severe When corporations become human. colic attacks nnd stomach trouble and strikes are no more the rest of James Watson Says, "I'll Never Forthat nearly forced me to cross the us, forsooth, will also be no get When Father's Hogs Cot Cholera, more, river Jordan. I spent thousands of "One morning he found 20 hogs dollars in the past nine years for docTo be sure, William, silence is tors and medicine and would have golden, even in these days of strcn-uosit- y dead and several sick. He called in died but for my neighbor's advice to when the bill collector is on the Vet. who after dissecting n rat caught on the premises, decided that use Jlnyr's Wonderful Komedy. I your trail. the rodents had conveyed germs. wish I had tho money back I spent Our wifo has forced the bitter Since then I am never without RAT-SNA- P. tor other medicine." It is aslmple, It's tho surest, quickest rat harmless preparation that removes truth home to us nt last. The mice the catarrhal mucus from the intes in the pantry arc striking for a bet- destroyer I know." Threo sizes, 25c. 30c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by tinal tract nnd allays the inflamnm ter grade, of cheese. McRobcrts Drug Store and Haselden tlon which causes practically all This industrial strife appears not Bros, Lancaster, Nov. adv. stomach, liver and intestinul allme its. Including appendicitis. One dcM! will convince or money refunded. K. E. Mcltobcrts, Druggist, Lancas ter, hy. a,lv. one as he rushes by. Wants His Money Back. Haselden Bros, England's Secretary of War Drives Ford. When Winston Churchill England's Secretary of War, became interested in the British "Campaign for Econ omy," he Indorsed it with true sin cerity, and because of that sincerity, he decided his Iiolls Iioyce automobile must bo replaced by a smaller and more economical car. So he cast his eye about In search of one that would be low In purchase price and low in upkeep. Tho makes of cars bearing those virtues were few. Lord Churchill found just one: he bought it a Ford. Window Glass ALL SIZES. to Garage LancasterKy. Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. flcRoberts DRUG STORE. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Nov 27 1919. Sheep. Sheep are ucd as beasts of burden In northern India and carry loads. Yes, If It's Mint Covered. (ohlfl.il rtrolmhtv llinke their hnm. near the banks of the river. Magazine. Cnrtoons Boulevards In Havana. He Who Knows. Havana has one of Ihe finest Imnto. He who knows nothing thinks he vard systems In the world. Including ran tenet others what he has himself nearly 200 miles of paved, streets. Jnst been learning, lie who knows much, Mnrcely believes Ihnt what he Is sjvlng Is unknown to others, and Electric Sugar Wrapper. driven electrically consequently speaks with more hesimachine An tation. lm Ilruyere. wraps lump augnr In Individual papers at a speed of 7.S00 lumps an hour. if man' best pal ROMANS it his smok OPERA HOUSE "We're way ahead of the bunch" want to play a IF youyour money on Chesterfield. winner, sure thing ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. In less than three years, more than three million smokers have become Chesterfield fans. And no wonder! Never were finer tobaccos used In any cigarette. The silkiest leaves of aromatic Turkish and the choicest of ripe, sweet Domestic stock are put together by an exclusive blending method that bring9 out a new deliclousness of flavor. Saturday, Nov 29 THE HAPPIEST OF ALL MUSICAL PLAYS. "Satisfy"? Right down to your toes! Chesterfields have put added enjoyment into every puff enjoyment that you don't get and can't get in any other cigarette because the Chesterfield blend can't be copied. Benpecked A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION Chesterfield V" taiaiaiaiaiaiaiia.Ija1aiaiaiaiaiaia 20 for 20 cents can't be copied Ifejf Still Waiting. ed for a perfect man. Some Boards Need It. Sljht. Vacuum cleaner has been designed has been granted for a detachable rifle sight coated with a especially for cleaning school 'light radiating pigment so It can be seen at night Explained. "Wonder why woman Is so perIllustration of Old and New Methods. verse and contrary." "You must reA common nail Is an excellent lllus. member that she was maue out of pa tratlon of th difference between old of the crookedest parts of man." and new methods. Formerly the metal Useless. was cut Into strips and then forged Next to n silver loving cup oun Into shape with hammers. Today they are mude of steel and are lighter and notion of the most uele thing in stronger. Strips are cut with steam the world Is one of those elaborately shears and fed Into automatic nail Jeweled swords they aru presenting to returning generals nowadays. machines. New Rifle A patent For centuries tho world has Tvait Always Unpopular. Tax paying promises to remain Just as unpopular as ever, be the rato low or high. The Happy Ending. ".Marguerite, enn yon cook?" "No I'erclvnl; ton you afford to keep a limousine?" "No, dear." So they did not marry and they lived happily ever afterward. The Amateur Speculator. Another pathetic little feature of everyday life Is the way every fool amateur speculator thinks for n time that lies n conservative Investor. Ohio State Journal. Keep Out the Warp. Drive a nail Into the bark of a tree you change the whole course of and Its life. The warp In the lives of some folks puts a warp Into the lives of everybody that comes In contact with them. IONE O'DONNELL, Queen of the violin. A SHOW THATS Cast of New York favorites including; IONE O'DONNELL, GEORGE NASH, ' STELLA DONAHUE, AND TWENTY OTHERS. CLEAN. MM NORMAN HANLEY, v HENRY ENGLEMAN, MABLE LAVORE, ENGRAVING Tou buy this work because you want something nice not in order to economize, dood printing Is better than cheap engraving, as cheap finery Is generally dump, pointing. Our work Is tho standard. To Reopen Pharaoh's Mines. 1'haraoh's mine were discovered In 1812 by a French explorer named Call-llauHe found that the mines had been abandoned before they bad been completely exhausted. A lode of emerald-bearing rock was mined and the emeralds were found to be very large, but poor in quality. The mine was again abandoned. New plans to operate them on a tentative scale, at least, are now under way. LAVISH SCENIC PRODUCTION, DAZZLING BEAUTY CHORUS, GEORGEOUS FASHION DISPLAY, ONE BIG LAUGHING RIOT. THE FUNNIEST SHOW . tffg. Engravers end JUtlonera IN THE WORLD ' LOUISVILLE s see complete line of samples. Sift. On the occasion of a slight fire and much smoke behind the curtain a vaudeville manager was trying, by suuve, assuring statements to quell an Incipient panic In the uudlence. A leading comedian rushed out and, twlntlng a finger of scorn at the manager, appealed to the audience thus: "Sure, do you think he would bo such a fool as to itop hero If there were any danger?" You will laugh until you cry at Henry. SEATS. NOW PRICES-$1.- 00 i GET THEM EARLY. 75c 50c. Call'at Central Record office and The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 27, 1919 FARM ANIMALS EXTRA FEED FATTENS CATTLE Supplement to Cottonseed Caks Summer Paiture Incrtatca Mate rlally Rate of Oalns. (Prepared by the tjnltrd Hlatra tVpart-niei- it of Agriculture.) Feeding cottonseed enke to steers ns a supplement to summer pasture Increase materially the rate of giilm made hy tlio animals, cause them to finish more quickly nmt toko on n higher ilegire of finish, nnd lncriiies Die margin between the buying nml fclllns prices, specialists of tin United .States n department of agriculture say In 777, Just itutiltntitnl by lln bnlji'lln In n rexirt uf exThe periments In fattt-uln- e steer on summer pasture conducted nmperutlvely hy the department nml tho Alabama experiment station In 1'Jl'J nml Ititn. and Dip Mississippi experiment station In 11115 nml 11110. All the raiwrlmrntn were rnrrlnl out under actual nml typical farm condition. Consequently the results may ho applied illrectljr In many rcglnu to Ihn management nml feeding of rattle on pnature. In each experiment, groups of tlnT were kept on pasture nlone; on pasture with n supple corn rhop nml mentary foil of one-halone-hal- f cottonseed cuke: nml on pus-- j lure wun n suppicmrmary leeii 01 cake. The nvcrage ilally gain for ench animal, which mny he mmild- the mot rnliiuhle standard In ml Judging the efficiency of ration, were 1.4!) pound for the steer getting only: 1.81 round ferine steers getting cottonseed rnke with pasture; ami 1.KI jwunds for those on pasture supplemented hy the tnliture of cuke ami corn chop. The Initial cost of the Hirers per 100 mund of the three group was the, Mime for any one year, hut In ench me the steer on pasture nlone sold for u loner price. The margin between the buying nml selling price of In fanr ol Ihe rattle were alnn those which were fill supplement with The margin avertheir pnsture. aged les than cents n hiimlrrtl pounds for the steers on pasture ulone, to t) rents for nnlmals romimrnl which were feil mttonsreil rake with pasture, nml hi', 4 rents for the nnlmals whose pasture wn supplemental with the tnliture of rake ami corn chop. After Ihe nnlmals hail WRIGLEYS 5 c a package IV! GIVE HELP TO FALLEN OLD AGE STARTS r WITH YOUR KIDNEYS HORSE and life prolonged far berond that enjoyed bjr the average person. For over 500 yeAra GOI.n MEDAL Haarlem Oil haa been relieving the, weaknesaee nnd dlaablllty duo to advancing Je.irn. It la a standard old-tihome remedy ami nee.la no Intro, dtictlnn. UOI.I) lll'.IlAI. IHarlem Oil la Incloaed In odorlesa, taatelea rapeulea containing about 5 dropa e.ich. Take them aa you would a pill, with a small Science aar that nM saa heclna with wwihanad ki.lnoja and dlgestlva organs. This belnit true. It Is eaay to believe that bv keeplnir tlie kldnere and dl Restive orqana cleaneed &ni In proper working onler old age can be deferred af before the war c a package during the war c a package First Unhitch Him" and Allay Fears by Talking to Him Provide Suitable Footing. (Prepared tiy th United BUtes Depart ment of Agriculture.) When n liorre falls In linrnesi he almost Immediately MruKKles to regain Ills fret. A alroiiK, lienltliy linrse will not remain iloun Miluntnrlly, liut In tils efforts tn rlve lie may Itecnme If tin: driver will Rive frlclilemil. the right kind of flmt nlil he ran prevent serious Injury In the unlmal. Held ilimn hy Ihe harness the horse vldoni has Mltllclent freedom tn rise to his feet, tlimich cniiugh to struggle and Injure hlmxi'lf hy )Kiundliig his' head on the ground. Aceimllngly the driver should oilm the lmrsc tlrst by Ileaklng In a reassuring tone and, by placing his knees iiin the animal's neck Just back of the ears, endeavor In iircteut Injury frum struggling or from bruising his head. An Intelligent linrse quickly learns to place great ciiiillilenre In the voice of a goad' ilrhtT. The traces und breeching straps should be unfuslened and the vehicle mlled hnck from the foJIen animal. If the horse Is in double hitch, the traces and )uke strap should be unfastened and the mle, vehicle, und working mate moled a short distance awny. An Injured horse t 111 then regain his feet readily If he has suitable footing. In case the ground Is Icy, scatter some fine sand, sawdust, or straw under und In front of him. If nothing of IliU kind Is available, spread a blanket or burlap bagging on the pavement to give him better footing as he uttempts tn stand. In ense the horse needs more help nnd encouragement, and especially If bo lies hriunl'dile, roll hlui on to his chest, with the hind legs under the belly. Then work both front leg forward until thu feet are firmly on the ground und knees Hexed. If nfter repented efforts and good footing he continues to fall back upon the ground there Is iKixslhly some Injur)' to the bind parts, such as a fracture of the hip or leg, which should be examined hy a qualified veterinarian. In all efforts to assist a fallen horse do not forget that In rising to his feet he raises the head nnd fore swallow of water. The oil stimulates the kidney action and enables the organs to throw ofT the polaons,.whlch enuie prematura old age. New lite and atrength Increase aa you continue the treatment. When completely restored xcontlnun taking a capsule or two each day. OOU) ItCllAL. Haarlem Oil Cap-aulwill keep you In health and vigor and prevent a, return of the dteeaae. IA not wait until old age or disease have settled down for good. Oo to your Iruggut and get a box of OOU) MKDAI, Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded If they do not help you. Tore sliea Hut remember to aak original Imported 001D MEDAL,for tha brand. In sealed packages. 5 5 Draw A Check NOW THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! for the money you ov e and note how much more res pectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do businsss with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Go They know he Is doing business In a business like way. Better open such an account even it your affairs are not large.- - Ther will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copfrul $50,000. A. R. DENNY, Surplus $30,000. J. E. STORJIES, Vice-Pres- t. President. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. n. 1IARP.IS, Individual Book-keepe- r. r. HUGH MOB LEY, General ' Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. 1S7 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinelroad, Alex R. Denny, J, II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr..W, M. Elliott, Directors. CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON 11. "ROLL OF HONOR.'' Watering House Plants. Plants should be watered with a spray, not with a cup or n glass. Those thnt can be moved should be ploced where the water will not damage carpets or floors; those that cannot such as large ferns or palms should have something spread on the floor beneath them to catch tho water as It drips. The water must bo sprayed from above so that all the leaves receive It; this carries off tho dust and Is the only natural way for a plant to receive water. Professional Enemies of Crocodile. There nre men whose business It Is to eatch crocodiles and who earn tbelr living by that means. And whenever n human being hns fallen n victim a professional crocodile catcher Is asked to help to destroy the murderer, and a lurgc reward offered him. The majority of natives will not Interfere with the reptiles, or toko any part In their capture, probably fearing If they do anything of the kind they themselves may somsvtlme or other suffer for It by being attacked by a crocodile. K. Hudson, President, J. J. Walker, V. I'rea. V. O. Itigney, Asst. Cuchier. W. K. Champ, Cashier, Steera Receiving Supplementary CoV tonseed Cake on Paiture Gained 1.81 Pounds Apiece Dally. butchered Inflection .showed that the ateera which were fed cottonseeil rnke or n tnliture of rnke nnd rom wltr posture dressed out higher than the rattle which hnd pasture nlone. While the steers thnt hud pasture nlone made Rains dimply, the total pains were not large, and the teer did not tnke on a high finish. Theli unfinished (ondltlon It rellected In the mall marKlti on which they were sold and low dressing percentages. Thui thu prollts they returned were Btnallet Ihnn for the slecra In the other two Kroups. Joe J. Wslltef, Asst. Cahlcr, Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Have Tour Tires Retreaded Vulcanizing pro- We use the Dry-Cur- e can half sole-a- nd cess of retreading-n- ot less than half price. rebuild a tire at STOP! LOOK! n We nre equipped with machinery to do all kinds Keep Only the Best Mares and Breed Stallions Them to Sound, Pure-Bre- d of Same Breed. LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE The cost of gain of steers on pasture Is greatly Inereuxed hy feeding cottonseed rake, It was found, ltit the better ninrket price received for'iike-fecattle usually pnya for the uddl tlonal cost of feeding rnke, nnd reprollt than turns n grcntcr nu-rugla realized on the grass-fecattle. One of suppleof tho distinct advantage menting pasture li for concentrute tho fact that steers so humlled enn ho more quickly nnd can he mnr-kete- d finished earlier than ateera getting gross nlone. Thus Ihe cuttle cull ho sold he-focattle gluts the rush of grass-fethe market and depresses prices. Moreover, when cattle are mnrketed early, the pastures have time to recuperate, nnd furnlkh good grazing for other stock during tho full. There Is only ono case, says tho bulletin, when pasture nlono Is prefern-jhl- o to pastures with concentrates. . tcers of Inferior quality may return moro profit hy Erasing nlono than by grilling with the addition of supple mentary feeds, especially when tney are. on good pastures that uro cheap. Scrub steers do not respond readily to the use of good feeds, and even when .well finished do not command satisfactory prices In competition with well-brecattle similarly finished. Tho of tho steers, tho , better ,'tho quality , safer, it,' Is to glvo them hlih prlccd , of 3500 MILES GUARANTEED Blow-outs. parts first. Also sectional repairs on make of tire. Phone 798. Any The 0 anville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. 1irl i Cl ii l ii mac riitninllii Vonfuxlrar T ktikUl " "" ' W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Onice Phone 18. RIGNEY. Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. leeas. . shMs Nsad Much Water. . An Ininrpsatnn nrevalla that SheCD Director and .,caa leTJJlong without water for long perkous, uut iuis is t. nn rolailitWlit'ii ratneL They should bays ,cce'swtjpjenty of fresh. cJea This Is directly opposite to the habit of the cow, which elevates the bind parts tlrst. Injuries to horses nre common during the winter months In cities where snow becomes packed and forms an icy coating on the pavement. In most cities above the frost belt there are times when puvements ure slippery. Asphalt Is especially troublesome und when covered by a very light sleet or snow makes a very treacherous footing for horses. The milkman or baker, who drote upon a clean pavement tho night before, may find the streets at 4 u. m. so nearly Impassable from u coat of smooth Ice as to delay bis deliveries very greatly or even prevent them entirely. In country districts horses remain sharp or rough shod for a considerable time. Hut If they ure driven much on city streets paved with stone, cement, or asphalt, from which the snow lias been removed, their shoes quickly become smooth and It Is difficult for tho horses to keep tbelr feet. When the front feet slip backward a borso Is likely to full and Injure bis knees, while sldo slipping generally causes hlui to come down broadside. Shoeing Willi rubber puds, or the use of emergency appliances may lessen the chance of slipping, but us there Is always the possibility of a horse falling, even when well shod, careful driv ing and precautions ugalnst overload ing are Important uddltloual means for reducing these accidents and Injuries to minimum. AUTOMOBILE " REPAIRING On nil makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with n new battery or repair your old one. battery charger Wo have installed and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelenc and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any timo you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or nny other kind of machinery, call us and wo will bo glnd to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too lnrgo or too small. We nlso carry a largo stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cans. Wo handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives moro mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. Wo nlso furnish Free Air and nro equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction guaranteed. Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. t The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 27, 1919 Richmond Tobacco Market Opens Wednesday, Dec. 3rd PROSPECTS FOR A HIGH MARKET ARE VERY BRIGHT, AND WE ARE BETTER PRE- PARED THAN EVER BEFORE TO LOOK AFTER OUR PATRONS. , It Monday, FIRST SALE WEDNESDAY, November 24th, DECEMBER 3rd. A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK. OUR HOUSE WILL BE OPEN TO RECEIVE TOBACCO AND WILL REMAIN OPEN AT ALL HOURS FROM THAT DATE. MADISON RICHMOND, KY. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated. COMPANY. RICHMOND, KY. E D jpniift lever ! Henpecked. Trlcka of the Trade. Lawyer (to fair client, a defend, Take your wife and so somewhere ' for a chance." "If I take my wife ant) "When a young Juror looks at along, iloc, there won't be any change." yon. weep; when an old one looks at you. Dirt." Louisville Courier-Journa- l. . Looms for Invalids. Deatt the Cackling Kind. Interesting- - specimen of weaving English paper! "A Tooting hen la are made on very small and simple laying two eggs a day." A Tooting hen probably a leghorn. Boston looms, which may be attached to tho ah, frame of the bed for use by Invalids. Transcript. How Eagles Secure Prey. What Vanderbllt Means. Kuzle usually hunt In pairs, one The name Vanderbllt (Van tier BUt or nylt) means "of the hill." Cor-- bird frightening the prey from Its hiding place and Ihe other pouncing Delias Vanderbllt, therefore, means lit on It as It tries to escape. erally "Cornelius of the hill." Worth the Money. Echo Always Returns Call. A girl will cheerfully give up a dol. "What do you mean by the expreslar to have a fortune teller Inform sion In your story 'a nxlable as an her that she Isn't going to be an old "Why, an echo, yon know, al maid. echo? ways returns your call." Super Realism, Guatemalan Salt. t'raployer (to clerk) "If that bore, Guatemala's salt Industry, which o.m after the Spanish conquest. fttrthcra, comes In. tell him I'm out now produces nearly 2.000.000 pound! and don't be working or bell know you're lying." a 3 ear. Walking Delegate Not on Wire Then. Vhen Iten I'ranklln coaxed electric-- ! Ily from the clouds It probably did not x'ur to him that he was paving the y for ixisslble telephone or tele graph strikes. Moral; Take a Chance. 'Due of the blgges' mistakes you kin make." observed fihlnbone, "Is beln" m) raakln uistakes dat you don't irt do no.fln at all." Mr. Parmer- Remember that we. sell that good '1 nav xd coed. liquid "per r nth trnera "t-T- j- ha Few" tetssrc vou a cr il yoa srt suffering LttJ Acid Itcb M'menl to build thjTiiciiu pretense Arid Iron Mineral beaute it ii cattiral nd will rot injuie the teeth or came effect,. Iti, the took powerful iron tonic ksewn and comet to you Jurt as it prepared by tature in the wonderful depotiu el MiiiiuippL ii Do not coafme A. I. M. with chemically prepared tablet,. uk (or Acid Iron Mineral and do not accept a substitute. All .nir itorei cr lent direct by FEHRODINE CHEMICAL CORP.. Roanoke. Virginia rw Sale by all DruggisU. ja WESTERN ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT, tee Cumberland Grocery Co., Junction City, Ky., Wholesale Distributors. Water Works see us-- -; & Furnaces ADAPTABILITY i I N (ij (!) (!) Is one secret of Success. I s The Weber is the Wagon That conform running gear. We invite inspection of this new wagon, you should see the new international 5th wheel. It dis- 1 ! i 8 to the road without itrain on the Soldiers' Hat Cords. The colors of the cords on the lint (!) of soldiers Hand for distinctive branches vi the anny. Illue Is for In fantry; yellow, for cavalry; red. for artillery; red and white, for engineer orrw; salmon and white, signal corps; ron, medical cor'.: black and red. ir.:nnn Corp: bun, quartermaster orps; gold and black, comtuHsloned ". er. !!! 3ririi 3 - BAST IN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. 1 E3E3ryj ran Ktivr wujr I uc ai ll. riiui price ot U8 ! L ij i I I (!) I I tributes the strain on the bolster and sand board, and does away with the chucking motion of the front gear on rough roads. Yours for Smooth Running, 1 1 (!) i Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSV1LLE, 1 KENTUCKY. In Death Valley. Heath valley Is a narrow area be- 3,227,470 In Madagascar.. (!) tweeii the I'unamlnt and Funeral The population of Madagascar at In California. mountain It is tra- the clnke of 1917 was estimated at versed by Hie Amargora river, which 3.227,000. Is usually a dry channel, though prob-nbl- y It wa formerly full of water. So W Have Heard. The level of ine valley Is covered with A stack of chips Is often u chimney salt. supKwel to have been brought through which a man's money stark by the torr'nt from the surrounding (!) desert and left on the evaporation of goes up in smoke. the water. Death valley I said to be in the lionet ami driest place in the Plant Defies Snow. United States. A plant growing on mountains In central Europe develops enough heat to push Its flower stalks through snow How Much You Should Weigh. and produce blossoms. A simple way to ascertain ons's cbal weight was told recently by Dr. Harvey O. Beck of the Unlverslly of A Dead One. Marvlsml. In n fiftjlr-MiliAf..r. Ihtt The late Amelia II llarr, who wrote, (!) Angeles County Medical Hocl-- ; sixty successful novels, was a keen jUis Won at Los Angeles Oil, Tlrst. put and original critic linn 110. Then multiply by flVi the She was dl'eusslng one of her own lumber of Inches by which one's death scenes with u New York pub lelgbt exceeds five feet. Add the re- lisher last rrlng, and expressed pro- (!) sult of the multiplication to the nrlg-'.r- l found dissatisfaction with the chapter. 110 and the mm Is one's "Ideal rThat death." she said warmly, "has eight." I'opular Science Mnulhlr. ao life Is it" SWEET DAIRY FEED, MIXED 1 MILL FEED, GROUND BARLEY, Oats, Hay, Coal, Cement, Knauwha salt, Sand; Gravel, Brick and Coal, ! $ Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. it The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 27, 1919. 1 WE ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THE Richmond Tobacco Market i Wednesday, Dec. 3rd The OPENED TO RECEIVE YOUR TOBACCO MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24th. COMPANY. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. SALES WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT THE HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE By I. M. HUME and W. E. LUXON. Incorporated. .,f;oftf eccooo9 ?T- Witling to Fall. The Tie That Bound. I'rtnlily (who ln i turn apple) Ijiwjtit "On lint sroimiH, miulnra. "Let" play at Aitmn ami IIe." Mll-- e (In jim lh n illvine from jour ir "llmr tin ! On llmtr 1'reilcly C'llriit "Why. ( marrlcil him V"U tonpt 1114 ti ent your apple utid for hi money, nml ho ha lost I pUu no jr." -. 'i ii . Willi' "Sin- - mjn !' ha had Iiuilmnil. What type were they-- " (llllls 'The iiiriitol. tempera- unil experimental." Mentality. .il, nrrlilrntnl I'uwn Topics. ii 4 0 AC jL'ke IP OF MERCER 60UNTY LAND The Property of J. M. Lillard Dodge Brothers motor tm At AUCTION Saturday, Dee. 6th, TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. Located on the Jackson Pike, one mile from State Pike, five miles of Harrodsburg, on Southern Railroad, adjoining flag station, one mile of school, three miles to church, shipping point and switch at corner of farm. KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. IMPROVEMENTS: Dwelling, three large rooms and hall and two porches; new 5 acre tobacco barn, good stock barn, all necessary outbuildings. This is splendid land and well fenced and well watered. Eight acres in wheat, balance in grass. A very desirable home. Remember I "ALWAYS SELL" and Mr. Lillard has bought a larger farm and this farm is up for the high dollar. Be sure to attend this sale. Be on hand promptly at 10 o'clock, as we going to sell it quick. are For further particulars and to show you the farm see the owner on the farm, or SWINEBROAD, orW. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. The Real Estate Man. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Nov 27, 1919 L IN BERRY By JOSEPHINE TIME BV55f turn 1 V'TiiWi V. r in S. BROOKS ,r .1 t- XXXe?e?ffv?ew7fi5CAi "Ynu seem pretty sure, Lena," Ad- die Cniiicrs .laughed. "Hut millionaire s liere-iehnve Die advantage over U" pNirer girls. "You'll see. girls. If ynu ore ure I lull James Warrington I to spend his vitiation In rreekvllle, I'll euro lilm of being a woman hater. I wonder "lint lie looks like) Dark nml you say All Hit- - lifttrr. Iltit hurry off the train, or you'll get carried on. foiiml Ynv can't tfirtlf cf uc h rs- -, lu.e on eur oonvv tmtk Ttr it St our rlib 7J si TODAY Price 'I'liworm. Itfh. If ' m dieutatnl i'i 'tt IrHtmlli f.ikt tli(nr.l.h.rrli-edtw-- i t i - i. mini of E mw-i. ,, J "V. ininrmi "IN t l C,.,nf... ZS ) w SUCCESS ' STORMES DRUG STORE. SHEEP BUSINESS CARDS. WA. Stomach Worm ) Most Widely Dlt trlbuted and Strloua Troubl With Average Flock. (Prepared the United State ment of Agriculture.) tr Depart-- Arrived at Creekvtlle, Lena soon herself Jugging along behind her host's faithful old hire. -- I know III like It. knight or no knight. Ho pretty It l." she thought. As the days pned Lena became lth everyone. Unelflh ami favorite helpful, die at once eemeil more of n country girl than an helre---- ,. healthy Thin she was to he found one hot ilay cotton-gowneface covered Willi perpicking spiration ami 1ierry-talneberries In the pature. A most bewitch-In- s picture he tnnile. So thought a passing ntitnlst ns he tooted hi horn to arnue her. Lena had started up. and sat staring a jounz James Warrington. lie calleil .nit. "Say. inl. can't you rue some of thne berries?" "V-- , hut they are aful dear, forty cents n lwi!" she teased. 'trying hard to conceal her amusement. "May I know the name of the fair t.erryplckerJ" The man bowed low. Lena Wllloughby farrow, curteyln gracefully. nnwered soberly: Wllliiughhy, kind sir. and itiursV she uked coyly. Warrington, at Lathrop "James your service, little country lady," young man. bowed the The girl started slightly, a gleam In her pretty hlue ".May I help fill your other pan J Then I will drive jnti home. If I may." he plenileL Terhups auntie won't approve. Hut lt' so hot, and the puns are hinvy," felgmM the plotting Later, with the jinns tilled high with berries, ns well as the scarf full, which Warrington stowed away safely, they started homeward. "See here, Mli Wllloughby. If your aunt Is so pru so careful of jou, why not meet me In the herry pasture tomorrow, when III bring the scarf, you know?" spoke the artful James. "We el. Just this once," said the Ctrl, shyly, "Now please set me down on this side of the fence. Aunt won't like It If she sees you," she cautioned. After repeated wavlngs the nuto-I- st VETERINARIAN. sped out of view. Calls Antr-erePromptly Day oi "I've met hliu, the woman-hater- ; a "little country laily' has conquered Nigh. Phon. 317. him. Well, well!" she triumphed. KENTUCKY . That night a letter to her cluh told t.ANfS".T ' the girls of hr wonderful success. As vacation waned another letter rushed to the cluh, and It ended: "I know you will he surprised to learn that Ja Mr. V. and I, have promised to pick our herrles together Fine2 Cut Flowers. all our life. Can you believe It, he n woman hater? Here' a secret: J. L. Change Patture to Keep Sheep Flcxk W, doesn't dre.nn thst I mn an heirJohn M. Healthy. ess; he thinks I am n poor girl. It's 20 yearlings, so ewes. 50 ewa o heavenly to he worshiped for one' lambs and work stock, grain for sale or eictiaoge self nlone. I wlh he were not wealthy for other feed. B. acres clover pasture Beaton's rrailng We arrive Tuesday, You'll like him. for 30 breeding rows. etc." s acrea permanent grass pasture flru-In- g It happened on the evening after for JO yearling cattle on feed for December shipment. their arrival, the party given In their STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. 10 acres forage cropa. honor, Lena never forgot that party, In the above, shep would bo grazed where James appeared with his GIVE ME A TRIAL. as follows : cousin. I Flret-- On "Lena, let me present my cousin, winter wheat. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Second On grass pasture with yearllnt James Oordon Warrington," he ancattje. . nounced. "I nearly said, the woman l .una wii ciuvvr pasture. N L. PREWITT Fourth On clover hay after hay cut. hater of fame, but since he hag seen Fifth-- On grain stubble. my bride-to-bI can see his views Blith-- In corn fields after silage cut or are changing." , corn harvested. Auclloneer- Lenn'a face went white, then red. Seventh-- On winter wheat. At other times nn Accustomed to controlling her emou ..... . SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. w vrvpa on ien-acneld. Un, tions, she straightened and said, "I used forage harvested for winter feed. say brothers Instead o cousins should Such a plan as this allows sufllclentLancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 o great Is the resemblance." ly frequent change of pasture without The pretty, soft voice grew tremuany part of the flock going upon land lously low at the wonder of It all. BOOKKEEPING mm nas previously carried sheep In Her James poor, not a millionaire. the same year. The forage crop land Builaeii.Phooogriphy not a woman hnterl How glnd she measure for reliance TYPEWRITING and is a sau-tcase of shortage of other feeds, and TELEGRAPHY "I have heard of Miss Carrow, I am count regularly be used for carrying BUSINESS COLLEGE almost converted," James, the cousin, the reserved ewe lambs from weaning Itf FrldBl h jpn tt tifwrUftt is ntrcntlt bowed low, tad btaklB boaiDMa, alto tt )mii i"tftjllBff tujit time until winter. "Miss Wllloughby, Jim your mis- rouse ifiofi mnA wir, for arirr. VEnUr nnw, lUmcWlLUl'll U. HHlTII.Lilot.oi., (ir take," corrected James. HEAVY HORSES STILL SCARCE "No mistake, James. I am Lena Wllloughby Carrow, the heiress." The man's face sobered as )ie Largo Number of Hares Dred Last begged forgiveness, spring Expected to Meet Demand "Not here, not now!" he said huskfor Draft Animals. ily. IPrepared by the United States Depart Later he chlded her. "How could ment of Agriculture.) you, Lenal" vtmie mere is u surplus of llghl "How could you, James!" she horses on the farms of the United playfully mocked. mates, there Is bt 111 a nntnhlo iln. "Hut I'm a poor man," he confessed. clency In heavy, desirable draft horses "I'm so glad. J. O. W. can't coy horsemen of tin. United States de match my poor J. L. W, To think partment of agriculture. Last year It all matured In a berry pusture!" tney say, there wnu a tremendous de"Furthered by the scarf, dear. Don't crease In marci-lire- d. but during the ever lose It. dear little country lady." spring or iuju u very large percentage ho breathed, holding her close. of good mures wete bred, which Is ex. Nor this I" For tin Treatment of Iiected largely to meet the future de Tuberculoid Lena held up the half-dolla"And mand for if the belter type. you kept It I You deur deceiver." he MalnUlneJ by tie Louhvilia laughed. AimcUiIoii f :r FORMATION OF BEEF CATTLE t!ie adequate treatment cf tuberAll the club girls could suy was' culosis In til In stages at in lien You weren't so sure of i?ie woman Itatci J1I.C0 per week, nil. Disposition Should Be Quiet, Borderhater after all, were you, The board, mejlcil attention, ing on Loglness Small Udder rich woman hater Is left for another laundry, etc. III;li ground Best for Cows. girl to cure." Delight, ' "Ily his oku acknowledgment I ful lurroundlnrs. Srchl rates for Ileef cattlo should hare a quiet dis))ijif converted him. or partly. tU0 IMJbB.Sf If SMSIUir. position, bordering on loglness. They jou. Addle, may effect a permVHiml poalsle. aW h Dimftfttv should be large, with heavy bones, anent .cure," ahe retorted, this huppy I.mivI., JMrtst a, IminHlt, aV. should take on weight euslly, and the helreaa. cows should huvo small udders and McClura N.wspawr ttrm- -' JCoprrlf hU ' dlcate.) (Ira only milk enough to raise calf, . ee. tal. Or. Prinhis Walker In any system of continuous form sheep raising, the health question 1(1 WHEELER of primary Imixirtnnce. This qnestloii Is chiefly one of Internal parasites DENTIST and of these the stomach worm Is the Loral and Anesthetics General most widely distrihutcd nml the mol Administered. Tain Iteduced to the serious. Fortunately, the trouble It Most modern methods entirely suscrptlhle of practical conminimum. Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great employed. All work guaranteed. trol, nnd the methods of prevention are because their refreshing flavor and fragrance Office over Stormes' DruR Store. exactly In line with the practices that Phone 223. Lancaster, Ky. result In most economical production and mellowness is so enticingly different. You It Is possible, though doubtful, that the never tasted such u cigarette I Bite is elimipermanent farm flock can he mainnated and there is n cheerful absence of any tained In maximum health wheo srnzeil entirely on permanent Rras or any ununpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e pastures. A system of division ol , pleasant cigaretty odor I grass land Into sufficient parts to al I low, frequent long periods without Camels are made of an expert blend of choice sheep and use of longer grass for cot' C.mt rw ! ,r7whr, to y. tie will assist Such n plan, Turkish nnd choice Domestic tobaccos and are r ci.rvrf... 0t . ptimi 1300 DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. combined with occ.tslonnl use of mediilrft.,) to Iiiiin.pipir. smooth and mild, but have that desirable full-bod- y it,rWtiifM VV. ,froAv im Opposite Gilcher Hotel. prevent too serious Infection, cine to 0mmnd fSf. r.rfon hr tttm Aem Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. may prove to be practical. and certainly hand out satisfaction in 'ITk. Mppljor .. run trmrol The basis of success In the farm generous measure. You will prefer this Camel sheep business Is In the frequency of M. S. blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! changing to pastures which have not had any opmrtunlty tn, become Infect HATFIELD Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then ed with stomach worms by older sl.eep. These frequent changes are compare them with any cigarette in DENTIST particularly necessary during the stay Office Th Garrard Bank the world at any price for quality, Phone, Offic. 5, Rrlidenco 376. of the young lambs upon the farm. flavor, satisfaction. No matter The older sheep lire less susceptible LANCASTER, KENTUCKY to the effects of ihe Infection, though smoke danger of their being Injured thereby will l not to lie overl-iokiiThe plan of frequent changes to fresh feed can be taste I adapted advantagiously to the most i economical systems of using highJ. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. priced land In the rotation of crop MINERAL DIRECTOR Winston-Salem- , N. C to produte feed nnd forage for other Ofllce Over National Hank. kinds of livestock. Residence fhone 3. Oll'ce Phone 27 The principles nf flock management for maximum henlth and for adaption LANCASTER. KY. to other lines of farm production are Illustrated In the following outline ol a plan of crop production nnd feodlpg, W. Suspect the Compositor. World's Seed Emporium. Kindling Spark Required. Under a Rotation of Corn, York I'apcr, Advertisement In N- London Is still the world's chief cm t takes more than a wo.sl.-head Clover and Small Grains, on m.-"Wanted, twenty to work In porlum of the seed trade. produce thoughts that burn, 160 Acres. night shirts unloading stemners." S acrea corn To finish SO veartlnr cattle ana j nogi. When the Brld. Not a Cipher. They Frequently Do. 15 acres itheat. X Paint Lick, fc.entUCt . I acresacres aUaga corn. There Is an ixiepnuii tn the rule Live of rich tnen'a suns remind Stopping to Thi-clover nay uoucnace ror si cons, that the bridegroom Is a cipher In the Jlnre giHKl l done by Jtnpplng n u we could lacklo one (K-- r chance. society announcement. Thst Is when minute to think before you net than and departing icave behind us footthe youth's mother turns in the Item. by the regret of n lifetime. prints on the young loan's sEgpjtoc igarettes They Win You On Quality! J. J. Byrne Exclusive upiomeinsi. or J. A. Beazlev m u how liberally you C.inies they not tire your r H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Honaker Auctioneer. 9! McRoberts. Pnblie Sale OF J. DINWIDDIE, Farm and Stock i will on Saturday, Dec 13th, AT TEN A.M. Sanatoriiam hori sell my farm containing 80 acres as a whole or will divide in two tracts-6acres with improvements and a 20 acre lot, to suit purchaser. are three ever lasting springs and a cistern on Dlace. ten nrm uL There i and a good corn crib, a seven room brick house with two cellars. This place is situated on the Kemper Lane, onefnurf- U c . ..UIW 1IUI11 Lexington pike. '1 At the same time and place I will offer the following property; One five passenger Buick car; one good two horse wagon; one new slide; one buck board: One new turning nlnur. hillside plow; Two Double shovel plows; One Single shovel plow Two Drag Harrows; one set wagon harness; Fifty shocks fodder: c barrels of shucked corn; One four year old milk cow: One ten u mare in foal; four brood sows and pigs, and six shoats and also Household ' and Kitchen rurniture. TERMS Made- known on day of sale. four-cylinder - CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer, R. N. Doolin The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 27, 1919 Brand N ew in a arguing about it, or making or cigakey! , If you've got the jimmy-pipIN minor rette makin's notion cornered in your smokeappetitc, slip it a few liberul loads of Prince Albert! Boiled down to regular old Prince Albert kicks the "pip" right our of a pipe! joy'us class! Puts pipe pleasure into the Makes cigarette rolling the toppicst of snorts! P. A. is so fragrant, so fascinating in flavor, so refreshing! Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your throat! You go as far as you like according to your smoke spiritl Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch! Toppy ttJ halt, tidf fd tin; handiomt pound and halCpound tin humidor uth -- I hoi clatiy, practical pound cry rial TO use chin-musi- c e Dwellings IN LANCASTER, IN "THE LAND CF NOW." IN BEAUTIFUL HASELDEN HEIGHTS. Very True. men lire apt to spend too much tlmo tip In the clouds looking for the silver lining. Ilnsy-gnln- between-us-man-tal- k, humidof and .pon,. moi.l.n.r top that kept th, tobacco in ruch perfect cond.Uon. R. J. Reynold! Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem- , N. C. Overheard. For Initinct. One evening ns two of my girl Oilier thing nre n scarce ns the teeth of a hen n rooster's for in friends nin' myself wore returning from school we rnlil some thing about mm tan cc of our rj-iini- tc which were not nt nil Untie nig. L'pon looking buck n Building St. Peter'. moment Ir'.r I was shocked to find St. l'ctcr, Hume, wu three nml a half centuries In ciintructlor, nml dur our rlas tulle walking behind us. Kx change. ing tlila tlmo 4.1 popes reigned. I Fountain Pen Fleiervolr. Tho reservoir of n now fountain pen holds ns inucli ns nn onllnnry small bottle of Ink, iind Is shaped to fit tho hand comfortably. Correct. At Auction Saturday, Nov. 29 2:30 O'CLOCK, P. M. Two of the Newest Blouses gnus," observed the right," n greed the Fool. There nro a lot of hnysceds In the world." "All flesh I ne. "That's No Longer Funny. As n general thine. when n woman nks her hu.Tinl not to make nn of himself It l ll sign that the Iiiih pit our the Idea that he Is cute. THE PROPERTY OF W. B. MOSS, Sr, AND W. B. MOSS, Jr. One New Four Room Bungalow Bath room and pantry What's a Husband, Anyway? ' 9 g.uid "Ami til il they say unj thing "They nil snore anout her?" f!.e was kind to her poodle." Correspondent No, Itnhert, heer l"i.t.' M'd the fnlnli fenilant Introduce any inirtix wltnessesl" "A dozen nt Front and Back Porch, on lot 50 x 160 feet. One new Two Story 6 room dwelling, Answered. nut mentioned In Itlhle; not Inter heer, nt nny rate; 'he Imt we rend III Joli; "I have seen the fo ilMi taking root." Iloston Tran-- i I bath room and Water Hy- pantry, front and back porch on lot 50x160 feet. These lots adjoin. Cistern at each- - house. srrlpt. nSnSnSnSnSnSnBnVSaBiaaSnM--- bsbBBk 4 Searched Car of Coal for Dime. icrlng that he had lost u dime, i' he hud loaded M tons of coal In 'i fn jilt car, Wllford Stolberg, n miner of Il.lletllle. 111., shoveled the fuel tulce before recovering the lost I ''in drant in yard. erty. Concrete walks and Electric Lights to prop- 0 Women, limine taken n violent fancy to smocks for summer wear, have replaced n few blouses with these newer gnruients. The smock lias not arrived at the place where It rltnls the hloiu-- In Hipuhirlty, Imt It" toward tlin' stage tins caused to consider It nnd to hlouscmakcr adapt Ihelr design to lis lines. A great many of tho new hloucs have n ami n very loose girdle nt tho waist so thnt they nro tery cloo kin to the smocks (lint Imve no waistline other than that made liy n loose eon! or uarrow girdle placed In tho most casual munncr possible. Among the Mouse that extend below the wnlslllne nml norae Inches over the skirt there ure many thnt have this extension only at tho hack nnd front, like those shown In the picture nbove. They carry n strong suggestion of the smock, nnd stout women like them hecuuse they inako the figure look more slender than thoso blouses that lmve u ixphiin or tho smock. The blouse at the left Is mnde of dark blue georgette with a. very narrow binding of satin to mntrh, about tho neck. Other edges nre finished with n plcot nnd seams nre hemSlashes In the front and stitched. hack are finished with plcot edges and a narrow girdle of the georgette la slipped through them. This Is a novel and very pretty ninniigaiiicnt of the waistline. Another distinguishing new touch appeura lu tho wldu bund An emabout the During sleeve. broidery pattern lu chain atltchlug In ,the same color as the blouse makes in Interesting ending to this chupter In the story of new styles In blouses. At tho right of the picture while crepe do chine proves once moro Its adaptability to practical blouses. Tho panels at the back and front of this blouse are finished with hems nnd hemstitching, nnd n crushed girdle -- of crepe tie chine lies easily about ih Tho flaring sleeves are cut wnlst. Into un odd shape nnd fared hark with n band of the crcM do chine. Two Mlttlo silk crochet halls rail attention to the originality of the Meet a aim help to iniike It hnng well. Clusters of grapes with leaves nnd tendrils outlined are embroidered on Ihe front of the blouse In three groups. As In the dark blouse, this embroidery Is machine made, but In this Instance It Is Jut ns effective as luinilwork. As hurblngers of tho new styles for fall these blouses do not foretell any A few new very radical changes. models hnve round necks higher than,. thoso In the picture, ,nnu n greater proportion of blouses In durk colors Indlrate that skirts will probably match the wnlst worn with them. Hut It Is ii little too early to do More than draw conclusions which may not provo conclusive. Patent Pipe Stutter. Two Cnllforuliius have patented a iletlce that measures n pipeful of tobacco from ii pouch or; box nnd stuffs It Into a pipe without contact with a user's lingers. To Clean Water Bottle. For cleaning water bottles, decanters and glass Jugs; Cut a lemon Into smalt pieces, put It In the article to ho cleaned and shako with a little water for one minute, and It will heroine clear as crystal. Esperanca Found Rubber, It Is believed that the rubber tree was dlscotered by a Jesuit missionary, l'r. Manceldo Ksperancu. He found It while on one of his apostolic Journeys mixing tho Cumbelus Indians of Soulli America and gave It the sli gutnr nume of the serluguelrn, because lie remarked that tho snvnges used the sup of this tree, which hardens quickly, to make rudo bottles that were shaped like a springe. NECESSARY OUT BUILDINGS. NO VACANT HOUSES IN LANCASTER. This is very desirable property, and must be seen to be ap- preciated. lar". Remember this property is up for the "High Dol- Buy for a home or for investment. For further particulars and to show you the property, see the owners, or , To Acquire Greatness. The best guurnntee to greatness Is nil Intense Interest In a great program. Then It Is thnt tho fellow becomes so full of the Job that he hasn't time to For the Summer Girl. think about whether lie's great or not. Copenhagen blue Is nn admirable He sees the thing to be done nnd heVoile flounces, full to the white frock. roines so full of how to do It that he hemmed with u device In this pale yet rises without knowing that he's becomeffective color, liaveull the charm ing great In the eyes of the world. So tery of femininity, with the distinction de- tho best thing Is to be filled with your job and work It until It gets the fruits. manded by the modern glrL Swinebroad, THE "REAL ESTATE MAN. or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 27 19 19. The Real Solution TO 3 After you cat always take FATONIC ' 1 nstantlsr rclioTcs I tort barn, BW- dCMirfeelinf- - Stops fopa Bourlnit. repeatlnir. arxl all stomach mlaerles. THE HIGH PEICE OP FUEL. ZISmm vwill nfiuul IMafese BIG FACTS : : S 1-- 76,000 users. Proven fuel saving of to Pure circulated moist heat complete change of air throughout build- ing, practically every 15 minutes. 3 1-- The fuel problem must be solved. Fuel this year is not only high in price and going higher but IS SCARCE and we cannot meet the situation by simply digging a little deeper into our pockets. We must use LESS 2 2 -- R. E. McROnCRTS, Lancaster, Ky, TREES, TREES (PLANT NOW) FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, BLOOMING SHRUBS, CRAPE VINES, EVERGREENS, PERENNIALS, RHUBARB, ROSES, HEDGE, ETC. FREE 2. so there may be enough to go : : o : Yet we must keep warm. We must protect our families d homes. We must not let colds and influenza with become rampant again this winter. well-heate- Installed i n old homes as easily as in new in one to two days' time. S S The practical answer to fuel economy is the measure to winter-healt- h and in large 11-f- lllu.lr.l.d C.I. log. NO AGENTS, i S 2 H.F.Hillcnmeycr&Sons LEXINGTON, KY. i. It. WHITE JOHN I CO. guaranteed. HLtUR Your satisfaction A Liberal ; 2 The .Itcrlm.! tXt&TjRZXSi hadea portion of the pile WARM-AI- RCTUPN 9 9 Aft 3V:;.d bcALo"1 ' E 0mciNAL KflKMZAASlXadSSBV 1-- Patented P.peless Furnace BOW NEW ,, . 9 PAT A' The CaloriC saves from to 2 the fuel. This is not guess work but an established record fully proven in over 76,000 buildings where the CaloriC is in use. 3 1-- FARM " BULLETIN Now Ready For Dittribution eiwsioN, PLATE CaloriC heat is circulated heat constant change of air. Therefore CaloriC heat is always pure and healthful. Why should anyone endure close, stuffy rooms when they can have pure, healthful CaloriC heat at LESS COST? More than SO farnu dfwrtb! Out joir name on our malllDf Hat at onre. Semonin Goodman Incorporated .COMBUSTION CHAMBER The CaloriC is sold on the fair and square basis of guaranteed satisfaction the broadest, guarantee ever made in the heating industry. Why should any buyer of a furnace take chances with experiments when he can buy the CaloriC on this definite guaranteed basis. The CaloriC is the Pioneer and Leader of Pipeless Heating, and embodies basic patents which are essential to efficient pipeless heating and which imitators dare not copy. The man who buys a CaloriC gets advantage of these patents, and can have advantage of them in no other way. Call, phone or write for further details of the CaloriC the heating system that gives you the most heat, in most convenient form at least cost. BaiaMaaiaiaaHai Louitviltc, Kentucky. LAND STOCK DOUBIC RIBSCO POT CUAAANTUD FARM Registered Aberdeen Angus Cattle for sale anytime either wx any ne. Also rcflis-tere- rmc rSDtTUM CXTRAlARGf ASH DOOR vv An M. il Pulaml China Hods. , DijJ type 'V A ,. A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. Lnncnster, Ky. HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster. Delaware a Tlde(y) State. Much Gold In John Itnndolph once described DelaHore than 7,000 ware lis "a state having four counties ore required each it low tide and three at high tide." wedding rings for Wedding Rings pounds of pure cold year to fupply the English brides. t CPO j Southern Optical Co. Incoriiurati-- Four Into One. "A monthly holiday, cbel all daj pvcry Wednesday Is also tu he observ- filns-oil from April to September." row Kvcnlns Times. A Well.Sio IVnrsmi'M Magii "n Hum." romniariils a 'wither khoen, ruiin.i ill pink with lm ... i id on, Wll patent ii th. tain Ia Tran n -- I I. 10 Per Cent Reduction on all AUTOMOBILE CASINGS & TUBES One week only, beginning SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15th. We have dandy assortment United States, Kelly Springfield and Goodyear, and if you need or expect to need casings or tubes for your car now is your time to buy. REMEMBER THE TIME, ONE WEEK ONLY. rlpt. The Ctner i. , Merrlngton "Many it vronl li How SUrflth Eat. Iiul pnken In Jest." Slln All the HtnrfhOi falen them.elve,i to compare with lie nuinhei the matter they wlh to devour, turn hey cant if fooTUli one that ire pollen Ir their stomach Inilde out, nnd enfold nrnest." It doenn't nound pretty, their prey. hut It's effective, nnd that's alt the Hlitory of the Melon. starflth care ahout. Meloiot were first extuisjiely culy In the seven tivated In I'rnnre en-lteenlh century, h'" veni Kionn to the Uttle Itoy hni! J. le ' fom a undent from lln ion tiiinieineiit of MeekV visit to l is r V, 'I. Irving KKyiitlnni prvw Iheru. to ileBerllie the folding our ern. The Jyid heen They nre xald In have heen eurrh'd loj Kleeplnc In. "It l..y n lilsht, America hy the I'lirtiii'iieKi'. liU:.l lege mainniii, nnd etui... In the dnytline." "iiscrlpt. Poaalble OrlQln of "Loafer." An old Diitrhiiiiiii In New York had i Have Wrong Idea. the mlfortunn to have a uhlftlei" People are often more conrerned young American full In loie w'lh M Impression dauchter. Ho ilKupprovcil of thin and nlKiut creutlng n favorable pernon they unit to nay to h r. "Hero entiles that than nhnut the kind of It U 1m3 conslilereil. like 'Infer' of yonr, the Idle good for noth-Iiir.- " wMi to n beautiful photogrnph withHow the "a" Rot Into the word out regard to the features of tho Ik not knottii, hut an Idlo man hanKlng original. around came to be called a "loafer," Good Word for I'utty. Ilnive Little Hon haa received pilihy Injunction to he "manly," the'wnrd hrlnc ued to mean to t'o ulmut bid bulnea hravely and quietly nnd In n I munner. The other day Hob a pet cat wn autpected of lome tvettkllni; inUilemeanor and I loll roue to the rescue In u hurry. "I'jn ure the never did It, mauima," he Indignantly. "She'd never think of acting In aucb a manner. She a rtry manly cat." IT I I it neips. m J Manufacturers of Perfect-Fittin- g SPECTACLES AND There can be no doubt ai to the merit ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, In the treatment ol many troubles peculiar to women, the thousands ol women v.liu have been helped by Cardul In the past 40 j ears, is conclusive prool ,liat it is a food medicine tor women hJ It ShQjM It. , help yiu, jo. I EYE GLASSES"" Kryptoki Invisible Artificial Eyei lllfocal Lens ? 4Ui 4 Chestnut 8ts, LOUISVILLE, KY. Tako f The Women's Tonic i Earth's Life Zones. have divided tho entire surface of the earth Into life zone, zone hnvlng much the nuiio flora each and faunu uhercver funnd. Tho life zone In a given locality iIi K'iids uimn both lallrude unit elevntloik. Thus the Canadian life zone, which has everywhere plan" and animals similar to tlumv of Cucada, Is fouiM In the high Itnchy inhuutalo as far south as aoutherii Colorado and Dorthorn New McjiIco. HlnlogUtH PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky.1! my suflcring indescribable. I can't t.:i Just how and where I hurt, about nil over. I think I bejan Cardul, nnd ray pains rrcw lets nnd less, until I wns cured. I am remarkably sfrcr.j (cr a woman 01 years ol age. 1 do all my housework." r uaroui, ioay. ij. jo llixson, Tenn., writ::: "I was passim; tlirou-- Ii the . . . My back and sides were t.rr.jlc, and Mrs. N. C. Vcrncr, ol ... The undersigned liereDy give warn-Vi- g to nil persons not to trespass upon ur land; for any purposa whatever is we will prosecute all olTenderi to Ihe fullest extent of tho law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, U. u Elkln, Mrs. Kmma Daniels, It. - Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. I', Hackley, Mrs. Kmma Hlgginbotham, Edd and N. D. I'rice. ' 3. C. Higsby. D. M. Anderson. It. L. llarker D. L. Kellev. J. C. Itigsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy POST ED The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 27. 9 i 9 1 3 AN UNUSUAL OFFFR We are overstocked on Suits and offering SIS Mm same at prices that are certainly attractive at this unusual time of High Prices. Come today and pick your Suit, so as to save yourself money and to have the proper assortment to select from. The Joseph Mercantile COMPANY. The One Price Store. Quality our by .word. hundred souls. ' One death in every seven is caused by tuberculosis. Does that fact trouble you? The war against tuberculosis is not simply a doctor's business: it is the business of all true Americans who believe that the wealth of our country depends upon its health its happy healthy people. So let the good, generous hearted people of Garrard county help fight this awful disease by buying the Tuberculosis Red Cross Xmas Seals. A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE GREAT WHITE PLAGUE. In the United States alone, one hundred fifty thousand people die each year with tuberculosis. Three hundred thousand of our school children are affected with tuberculosis. Every day this dread enemy captures four ITS REPORTED THAT WE HAVE SOLD OUT A BIG We MISTAKE rc trying to sell out each clay and have ome iplen-di- d give our friends before we move. MALLABLE RANGES - $85.00, $35.00 CAST RANGES $50.00 STEEL RANGES $40.00 MOORES HEATERS 7.00 OTHER HEATERS BREECHING, $10.25, PLOWS, $15.50 and all down the line a Wagons $125.00 lot of small articles at Reduced Prices. bargains that we want to Master Kugene Cavell Walker Is TURKEY DINNER. spending two weeks with his grandA Turkey Dinner with all the parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Montg- trimmings will be served at the Kenomery-Mr. garlan Hotel Thanksgiving day at per $1.00 twelve o'clock. Price anil Mrs. Joe A. Mitchell and plate. It. family, of Lebanon, were the guests during the Fair lnsi week, of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Pendleton. Mrs. W. S. Johnson, Mrs. Herford Smith, Mrs. George Crow and Miss Ruth Wilson, of Danville, have been recent visitors in Lancaster. I Classified Column RATES i i Sixty-fiv- e good FOR SALE: grade ewes, all bred. T. W. Conn, Pure Bred Bronze Sale. Phone 352-- Turkeys for Lancaster YOUNG PEOPLE AT WORK. J. R. MOUNT The & CO. Render Nice Program at Mt. Tabor Church. Q Deal House. Mrs. James Burnsidc, of Richmond has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. O. Rigncy. Mrs. T. C. Rankin has returned from a visit to relatives in ITiocnlx, Arizona and Nebraska. Messrs Robert and Joe Dunn of Danville, were attendants at the Tobacco. and Corn Show. Miss Margaret Cook, of K. C. W.. spent the week end with her parents, Gossip About People vv.v A Brtaf GJn;i MtftilM ( Ut byThoM Ws An Owtno and Immttti In. MrTSa' m Hascldcn i spending sev L Jack Whittaker. Mrs. R. W. Palmer hail as her at- 2. Solo, vocnl, and Mrs. W. R. Cook. tractive guests last week, Mrs, J. Talk on main topic "Love" Mr. James S.,Bnughnian of Dan- Mr. Hugh Mobley Stoutncr Ilabbitt, of Mansfield, O., ville was in Lancaster, Saturday. Mr. Briscoe Cpnn of Danville, has ami her sister, Mrs. Anne Goodc of i. THE ANALYSIS OF LOVE. ln-espending a few days nt Mae Johnson. (al Pitience. x this county. Mrs. Joe Ne.vlus at Danville. is and attended, the Fair. (b) Kindness John Wood. James Hill. her mether.-Mr- s. The dances given Friday and Sat (c) Generosity. L. Montgomery. The It. Y. P." U. of the llnptist d) Humility and (e) Courtesy, Mr. fiaylc Doty spent the week end church attended, the II. Y. I U. nt unlay evenings nt the Kengarlan lintel were largely attended and most Vnlerin Whittaker, In Danville with Mr. Fleece RobinPaint Lick Sunday evening. enjoyable, mitties band furnished f) Unselfishness. John Eowdcr, son. Messrs Sapp, Virgvl Rice and Reid delightful music. . (g) Good temper Jnne Williams. Mrs. n. llmyfirlil anil daughter, Letcher, of Danville, attended the (hi Gullenessness. Lillian Estcs. Mr, nnd Mrs. WilLCook of Lancas Marjory, nrc visiting relatives in Car- Tobacco and Corn Fair Saturday. (o) Sincerity Elizabeth Middleton lisle. ter were in Danville yesterday. We 7. Solo Mrs. Harry Tomlinson, Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Klmore ami hope to hnve Mr. and Mrs. Cook with The program wns very impressive Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Grccnlcnf little duughtcri of Harrodsburg have us as citizens of our city very soon. nnd the Mt. Tabor D. Y. P. U. of Richmond, wcro in Iincuatcr, Sat- been visiting Lancaster relatives. Danville Messenger. treated them so nice they are going urday. . back again. Rev. Strothcr preached Mrs. Susan Yeagcr, of Stanford, Mr. K. G. Creech nnd family have Miss Helen Roblnsoh is visiting her Mr. nnd Mrs( Williams of Nicholas- a great sermon Just following the moved to Mercer county where they Lixzie Richardson, in aunt. Urs. program. ville, were In Lancaster Saturday. have purchased property. Thcso are splendid people and we dislike to i And now will some kind friend Mrs. Robert Klkin. Mrs. Joe Robin have them leave the county. Miss Ruth Ross, ol Taint Lick, please tell us who is to be our next son, Mrs. J. M. Farra nnd Miss Joan spent the week end with Miss Helen president? We want to establish our Mount have been recent visitors in Mr. nnd Mrs. George Smith Jr., arc reputation as a political wiseacre and Gulley, Danville. rpending n few dnys in Cincinnati presidential prophet by doping it. out Mrs. Kred K. Sutton visited rela Misses Anna nnd Louise Donahue, During their absence Mrs. Durnall, to our readers in advance of the nom tives In Lexington and Nlcholasvillc, of Danville, spent the week end with Mrs. Smith's mother, will be with ination. recently. Ave? Miss Carrie Miller, and attended the Mrs. Harry Hudson, on SUple England admits that the Reds have Mrs. Smiley fllll Is visiting her par- Corn and Tobacco Fair. Margaret, the bright, little daugh- won the day in Russia. They can In ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mansford, Mrs. George Wnlden, Mrs. Arnold, ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Hall, lias not be beaten. Their next fruitful , Frankfort. Miss Moore, Misses Julia and Anna been quite ill the past few days, her field of operations will be the United Miss Martha Ilettia of Lexington, Durham, of Danville, were visitiiTS In little schoolmates will be sorry ti States, unless in the meantime the know but wish for her u quick re- government is unrelenting In the use has heen visiting her mother, Mm. Lancaster Saturday. 'of the Big Stick swings it both covery. Kllen Rettis. f Mm Pi.liap f?ntnt nmt .ml hunds. Mrs. Cat Ncvius and children, of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn and chil If, as they claim, that Indiana Stanford, have been recent visitors been visiting Mrs. Maggio Robinson dren, of Lexington, are spending a healer can died radical cures by the on Kicnmomi street. 'In Lancaster. week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. simple process of the laying on of D. Gulley, before motoring to Florida luinds, we suggest that he give imMiss Mr. and Mrs. K. Fickciscn, Mr. Hanks, of Louisville, has teen will remain during the mediate attention to our crop of Margnret Fickciscn and Mr. Shields spending a few dnys in Lancaster, where they winter months. grasping profiteers. They can nil F'lckelsen, of Crab Orchnrd Spring hav nir a display of toe Lexington stand n liberal application from both attended the Tobacco and Com Show automobile at the Tobacco and Cora The many Lancaster friends arc hands. Saturday. show. sorry to lienr, that Mrs. James Taylor Why, indeed, should our great nnd .Hughes, (neo Miss Margaret Hardrefund the ing), of Danville, is suffering from good friend Curranzn an attack of diphtheria, and wish for money Americans pay to ransom their consular ngents and other citiher n speedy recovery. zens? Every dollar the outlaws thus Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and gain Is Just so much added to the Interesting children, Elsie and Ernest, wealth of our dear sister republic. spent the week end in Jabcz, with her It s a great scheme for Mexico. parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. 11. Walter, mere are ou.uuu iceds listed in Men's Flannel Shirts $ stopping on their return for a visit the United States, all individually, to friends in Somerset. collectively, solidly anil eternally Men's Winter Caps $ 1.00 government. against the As a Miss Fayu King entertained Satur thrifty means of busting up this nest Men's High Top Shoes day evening nt her pretty suburban of hornets we suggest that they be Men's Union Suits $ home on Danville pike. The home compelled to till the soil for the benewas prettily decorated and most de- fit of thoso who believe in law, order Ladles Union Suits $ 1.50 served. and American licious refreshments were institutions. This The alTair was a most enjoyable one. should be done under cout sentence, I The guests present were Misses Jud- in the form of punishment, and no ith Daniels, Nellio Noland. Lucile wage should be paid them. It would Sutton, Eugenia Moss, Messrs Henry break up this organization of traitors SELL FOR LESS. WE Moore, Earl Swope, S. D. Cochran, to the mouth that feeds them, and Eugene Cochran, Elisha Carrier and might eventually make decent citiLloyd Moore ot Richmond, zens of a few ot them. eral days in Texas. Mrs., Henry Pollard nnd Mrs. Lon in A great spirit of cooperation Itourne and children, Thomas and the cause of Christ is being manifest Nannie La, Verne, spent the week-en- d d by the 15. Y. P. U. of Mt. Tabor in Itichmond with Mrs. Joe Kelley. and the B. Y. P. U. of Lancaster. FOR SALE: Duroc sow and Once the young people of our town Miss S.illle Klkin entertained with 0. R. Carpenter, it is not so today. seven pigs. were innctive a delightful tea Monday afternoon The program which they gave last at Garrard Mill. in the honor of the ladies on the Na Sunday night nt the Mt. Tabor I). 1 Christmas tional Tuberculosis Seal P. U., is positive proof of the fact, A good Duroc jersey FOR SALE: Campaign. Ed Perkins, About forty representatives of the boar. lt-pLancaster, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harlow, of Union left Lancaster about five Mitchell, Indiana, nrc spending the o'clock Sunday evening for the Mt. FOR SALE: Moore's Air Tight week with their nuncle nnd nunt, Mr, Tabor church and delivered the fol Heating Stove and large Box Matnnd Mrs. Snm Bourne, on' the Dan lowing program in "The Old Time tress. Also set of furniture. Phone Relig'on" way: ville road. Mrs. Maggie Robinson. Each Member. 209. 1. Scripture Single insertions leu word No ad taksn for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. FOR SALE: Some Choice Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels. Price $2.00 each. Mrs. Hogan Ballard, " Bryantsville, Ky. STRAYED: from my farm on Sugar Creek nbout Nov. 14th, a black muley steer weighing about 600 lbs. Last seen near Camp Dick Robinson. Liberal reward. Cyrus Daly, Lancaster, Ky. A Poser. I'rlsrllln postcards a little problem: "What becomes of n man's word when l.f wnn't keep It and no one else will take It?" . Can Combat Blood Poison. An English scientist asserts he has perfected a method whereby metals that have been absorbed by human blood can be withdrawn by electrolysis. ...... ...... Two Kaulitles. The freight train caused the exploA few extra good FOR SALE: by hitting a truck loaded with sion Mammoth Bronze Turkeys. I shall ncetyleno tanks. The truck nnd drivsell these turkeys cheap If taken at er wns killed. Buffalo News. Mrs. James Sutton, once. Bryantsville, Phone 37-Not Always. Talk Is cheap." "Don't you believe A new FOR SALE: Remington It. I had to pay ten dollar?) nnd costs Typewriter. Used only a few weeks for telling a policeman what I thought Apply at of him," and in perfect condition. this office. The price will please you. tf. Root of Generosity. IIewho gives what he would as FOR SALE: White Wyandotte readily throw away gives without genRoosters, full stock, March hatch, erosity; for the essence of generosltj Henry Taylor. Is In $2.00, May hatch $1.50. Phone 361-Margaret O'Hearn Lancaster, Ky. Quite True. Jones "This war has made everyFOR SALE: About 250 bushels of fine blue (cross seed, guaranteed thing else looks small nnd trivial." per bushel, Brown "Yes; especially a feller's In- to germinate. $2.25 sacks to be returned. W. M. Cornett, at Marksbury Evil Always to Be Fought. Granary, Lancaster, Ky. tf. There can be no compromise with evil. It never Is rlshj to license wrong, whatever golden returns It may offer or h'ineviv dilflcult It may be to get Range, 1 oil stove, One rid of It. In our social life and In our One good Dining Room set, several rockers nnd ierin.il life, whereer evil shows Its luuid there must be battle, not comother pieces of Furniture for sale. Henry Moore, Danville Street. promise. KxchnDge. For Sale. Wedding Inyitations What Is moro sentimental than a wedding; Invitation? Certainly It Is not a mere mechanical predict to be around to the che&put bidder. Cheap nnery is nenerally disappointing-- . Our work Is easily reach and we hava correct samples tor every within ec uon and every purse. 8 Bia VALUES 2.50 i I SIT" M $10.00 2.00 Engraver .and Jtatloners LODItfVILLK 1 Sander s Variety Store. Complete line of Samples The Central Record Office. at J I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky, Thursday Nov 27, 1919 Quit Laxativis, Purgas; Try NR NR a; Toolgkt Tcmorrcw Feel Right It Is a mtatalta to ronllnmUy dAa ymirielf Willi Mils calomel, oil. puree and ca thank 'find force bowel action. It wekM tho bouelt anil liver atul make con unt doMne nwvaa.iry- Wtiy don't you beirtn rtsht today to nvircome rour constipation ami ptt yovr In auch alinr that dMty be ur.ncco.aaiy? Vou I'tirrfnff ran da b If you crt a 25c box of Natjrt'a Hmec!y t (N.l Tablet ) and tatto or rarri f ra week or m. Mt Tablets do r ...h mora thn merely causa rl fiiArt cary bowel TM r.:i...ie cc.j ufian the c&sestlvoaa viril an cllmlruuirv ongliu prumoln pxkl tltTfftion, muM ttw body to gst the nuurUhment from all th food you cat. rives you a the? f.vrr. hoarty appetite-- atrnuthf-n3rtTconrei blliouaneaa. reruUte k.ney and bowel action ami srKn the nhole . 'ila body a thorough cl- aninc na accomplish! you villi not havo t lake nvdlf !n every day. An oc aai iral NR you.- - body In conditablet ullt keep te-a- t tion ondou can nlwara feel i'ry Natura'a Remedy iNU '.aMeUl and provo this. It la the 1 i can use ami coeti mellrlne that jou only 25c per box, containing cnourh to aara. miure s Hfm-ed- y last iweniy-nv- e (Nil Tablet la cold. iruarantd and recomrnendtd by your druesUL 1 ' umm ::irry V I I W? -- TABLETS- R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster., Ky POINT LEAVELL. ter were Mrs. Will Falmer and little daugh in Richmond, Saturday. Mr. Harrison Colcliron was the guest o Mr. and Mrs. Will Parson As It Is As It Seems Saturday. Mrs. Clarence Mitchell who has been ill for a few days is able to be out again. Misses Isabellc and Leola Parson were the guests of Miss Grade Tat' em Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jesse Dollins has returned from Covington, where he was called by the death of his aunt. Misses Mar' and Allie Mae Bell were in Lancaster Friday and Satur day attending the Fair, and were the guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dyehouse. Mrs. J. M. Colson who was operat ed on for appendicitis at the Gibson Hospital in Richmond a few days ago, is doing nicely and is expected home soon. HOC HEALTH IS HOC WEALTH. The Road In New Overland Three-Poi- nt jSpringbase. 4 on Cantilever Springs This means an altogether new standard of riding: comfort, a noteworthy reduction in the wear and tear which lessens thcefticiencyofacar. The new springs give longer life to every part and thus minimize upkeep and replacement costs. Tires wear longer because cushioned against hammering blows. Light weight means marked economy in gas, oil and running expense. Overland 4's equipment is complete from '.Auto. Lite Starting and Lighting to Demountable Rims. Come in and see this remarkable car. Ask for booklet. Overland 4 Touring, $S45; Roadster, $8 15; Loupe, $1323; sedan, U5. rnccs I. o. b. lolcjo. 7t)U expect abad road to riders it looks. It did, X until the introduction of the Overland 4 Overland 4 docs not change the road, but it does change the manner in which you can ride on it It It gives i gives you comfort instead of you a smooth, sailing sensation instead of bouncing and swaying. CantThe Diagonal attachment of Three-PoiSpringbase gives h ilever Springs at theendsofa long wheclbasc road steadiness, let Overland 4 retains all the advantages lightness, whcelba'se. easeofliandling.of h rt. nt 130-incecon-omy,a100-inc- C X healthy hog will show you a prof every day. l ou can keep your hogs in perfect health, free them from worms by giving them B. A. it THOMAS- - HOG POWDER, We sell and guarantee it. W. A. Dickerson. adv. CAR TERSVILLE. Mrs. C. C. Botkins is visiting Mrs. Allen. Mr. William Denny is visiting his cunt Kiizabeth Calico. Mrs. Susie ICenfro "has been confined to her bed the past few days. Mrs. S. M. Robinson visited her parents, at Berea Tuesday. s:' J. T. . t j'.I'ktikl? jr1 1 Miss Cora C. Roop sold a young calf. for. $20.00 to Mr. Felix Penning- V. IOOinch AVhcclbasc . t V t ton. Mr. Ernest Centers was a visitor in our midst again Saturday night and Sunday. Mr.- - Felix: Pennington bought a cow and calf from Mr. A. N. Ballard Eg ROGER ALDRIDGE, Dealer, Lancaster .Misses Linda Preston and Arlcigh Matthews spent Saturday night and Mrs. Mattie Harvey is visiting her Sunday with Miss Christine Preston. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthews, Mrs. sister, .Mrs. Lynn Cobb this week. Mandy Clouse and sons, Burton and Mr. OVcar Whlttuker spent Satur-da- y Matthews night with Mr. and Mrs. Walker Asa, Mr. and Mrs. William and daughter. Miss Arlelgh and Mr. Burdrtte. nnd Mrs. William Simpson were the was the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James MattMiss Sinnie Cummins guest of Miss Jessie B. Ray the past hews Sunday. , week end. Mrs. Sim Ray and daughter, Miss Rt5nap. Gladys spent one day last week with Rend Mrs. Phillips' wlr "Youell's Ms. Mose Ruy. Exterminator Co., Wcsttield, N. J, B. Duncan is the guest Rush $3. Miss Hallie worth of of her cousin, Miss Carrie Preston Later received following letter, for a few days. "RAT-SNAP arrived. It rid our Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Mitchell and house of rats in no time. Just mov children were the guests of Mrs. I. ed here from Pa., whero I used RAT' B. Duncan Sunday, SNAP with great results." Three Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Sanders and sizes, 25c, SOc, $1.00. Sold and son, Charles spent Sunday with her guaranteed by It. E. McRoberts and Haselden Bros. Nov. adv, mother, Mrs. Marsec. Misses Hattie and Agnes Simpson spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Dsn Ray of Buckeye. Mrs. R. II. Preston and daughter ouicmuir Miss Christine were the guests of It b ...m r.U L.mA. .Ut--. la kluui UUmiIIIw- dMrs. Leslie Hill, Friday. 1 .. , ...I iula. ft part U Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Preston and AT DRUGGISTS, CP I, nttrfM IT UASCS HIM SAIL Miss Carrie were the guests of Mr. vovtLUOs KguEur co u.i-i- -. nr. and Mrs. I. B. Duncan, Sunday, POOR RIDGE, KY. : for $77.50. Miss Susie Wilmont who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. T, Allen, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Carter and children visited Mrs. J. L. Pitts at NEGLECTING THAT Berea Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clark and family, GOLO OR COUGH? Miss Ida Hurt and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark and family, were the pleasant guests ot Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop, Why, when Dr. King's New Sunday. Discovery so promptly Mr. W. L. Allen of Anderson Ind., checks it attended his brother's funeral, also Frost Superior Pence Salt $3.50 J. N. Allen from Villa Grove, Illinois, was called here to attend his father's funeral. ALLEN. On Nov. 10th, 1919, at 8:30 o'clock, tho Death Angel claimed Mr. J. T. Allen for its victim. He passed away peacefully Into that celestial land, where, there shall bo no more suffering, no more deaths. lie was an old soldier in the Civil War, He was married to Susan Wilmont in 1871, to this union were born 13 children, nine who are here to mourn tho loss with their mother, and four have: gone on before their father to greet his coming. He was 77 years and 11 months of age. Besides his wife and nine children he is survived by SO grand children and 6 great grand-childre- r"S develop seriously. Not when you can get fcucli a proved fcuecessful remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery. Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not resist this standard reliever very long. Its quality Is as high today as It always hati been ami It's been growing sieauny in iopularlty for inoro than fifty years. 00c. uml $1.20 n bottlo at all drugglkts. Ulvo It a trial. natural you don't want to be nnd let that old cold or cough drag on or that new attack per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Constipated? Here's Relief A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is still; A place la vacant in our home, Which never can be filled. from lisrkh purgatives, but the comfortable, gratifying, corrcctlvo regulation of stubborn bowels so pronounced la Dr. Klns New Life rills. Tonic In action, they promote free bllu How, stir up tho. lazy, thoroughly but gently cleanse the system of waste matter and fermenting food, and give Misses Mandy and Ethyl Clouis you keen zest for hard work and healthful recreation. All druggists were the guest of their sister, M.'s. 23 cents. Coleman Locker, the past week oidt Not that often harmful, always violent and temporary help that comes Noah Marsee, Jr. DRY ANTS VILLE, KY. HASELDEN BROS. 04 The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Nov 27 1919. 1 One Nice Residence, 25 Business and Residence Lots STORE ROOM and LOT Also Some 3 Acre Tracts in the HEART OF HYATTSVILLE At Auction Thursday, December 4th. Commencing promptly at 10:30 A. M. Rain or Shine. , THE STOCK OF GOODS WILL BE SOLD PRIVATELY. This will be an absolute Sale, to dissolve a partnership. This property consists of between 25 and 30 acres of OLD BLUE GRASS SOD, fronts two pikes,, and is well worthy of the consideration of the man who wants a small tract of rich land, the man who wants a good home, the man who wants a storehouse at the best stand in Garrard County, or the man who wants from "3 to 5 acres of sod, which he can raise tobacco' on, then build a home on it from the proceeds. THE TERMS WILL BE EASY, THERE WILL BE MUSIC FURNISHED BY A FINE BRASS BAND, AND EVERYBODY WILL BE THERE. Now, Remember, this property is going to change hands to the high dollar, and the public will buy it, and not the present owners. O. T. jUj O. T. Wallace, Wm. M. Nicholls, Managers. WALLACE & CO. LEXIGTON, KENTUCKY. THE WEBB FAULKNER LAND ON GOOCH PIKE ONE AND MILES FROM POIN3T LEAVELL, GARRARD COUNTY AT 94 Acres Good Land Cut in 25 Acre Tracts ONE-HAL- F . Thursday, 3-- December 4th,' COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT 2:00 P. M. RAIN OR SHINE.. ONE FINE RESIDENCE, ONE GOOD TOBACCO BARN, PLENTY OF GOOD TOBACCO LAND. At the same place Mr. D. W. Faulkner will sell the following personal property immediately after the land sale: One four year old mule, 15 4 hands high; Two coming three mare mules, wel,l broke; One good yearling mule; One seven year old mare in foal; One six year old Jersey Cow, fresh; One two year old Jersey cow; One yearling Holstein heifer; One good sow; 30 good ewes; Two Buggies; One nice pony and trap; 100 barrels corn; 200 bales hay; 150 Shocks fodder; 6,000 pounds of good tobacco and a lot of Household and Kitchen furniture. MUSIC BY FINE BRASS BAND. THE TERMS WILL BE EASY. 0. T. WALLACE O. T. WALLACE,'WM. M. NICHOLLS, Managers. & COMPANY. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Nov 27 1919. Via FENNER'S k WISEMAN . WELSH Company 1 WALNUT STREET. P i Invite you to their CHRISTMAS (OPENING nil j DANVILLE, KY. Friday, November! 28th, displaymany We wish to announce to the Tobacco Growers adjacent to the Danville Tobacco Market that we will open our Warehouse for the sale of Tobacco on At which time they will have on ATTRACTIVE CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. , . They are now offerlnextraspecIalfvaluesJin ' COATS, DRESSES, SUITS, WAISTS.JANDJFURS. WEDNESDAY Welsh ,& DECEMBER 3 Wiseman 6o. DANVILLE, i'KY. We will receive Tobacco on and .after, Monday, November 17. us great pleasure to inform you that Tobacco in North Carolina and all Eastern Markets is much higher this It gives t Keep out or the sugar dowi, Kiaay. Amplifies Sound. In a sound amplifier Invented by a Ask your daddy for his pocketbook California scientist the fall of a feather makes a noise like a wrestler What, we wonder, has become of thrown upon a mat. the old time reformer? Has he, too, been reformed? Lavender Smokers. Ion! before tobacco was known or Ineffective Hollering. smoked, sweet lavender was a favorite "De roan dat hollers about Ms beln' smoking mixture. Pipes hare been good as any other man," said iluc up In Homan settlements, adorned jes' as Eben, "mos' generally aln' doln' with base-relief-s picturing the lavender Uncle useful work to prove his enough plant. From which It Is surmised Hint the Romans smoked lavender, which, according to writers of the time. Is iild to produce a feeling "active, arMiner's Inch. dent, and vigorous." A miner's Inch Is a unit of measure ment of water used In IrrlKntlnn, nni arles considerably in different states Life Not Merely Lapse of Years. In Arliona the miner' Inch l equal t The mere lapse of years Is not life, wcond of a cubic Tout ! l'n rat and drink nnd sleep; to bo exposed to the darkness und the llsht; To Remove Ink Stains. to iwss round In the mill of hnhlt; Ink stains on white fabrics enn be unl turn the wheel of U'itltli; to make ronton our bookkeeper and turn removed with peroxide of hydrogen. Drop It on tho stain with a medicine llinnght Into an Implement of trade Ihlx la not life. In all thK but a poor dropper or. If It Is a large spot, jwur It on slowly from a spoon. As this fmctliin of the consciousness of huhas a bleaching effect, preparation manity Is awakened; and the sanctities tlll slumber which make It most worth great care must be exerclsod If used on colored material. tvhlle to be. James Murtlnoau. Don't discard yoar sunny disposl tion, sister. Soar milk never at' tracts the honey bee or boy. Our wife is on a strike. She wants a sealskin coat and we want a farm, and we Just can't agree on which it is to be. They Insist on telling us that we Americans are a dying race. It may be true, brother, it may be true, but the size of our grocery bill says no, no, no I A Chicago woman doctor advocat es making the wife a full partner In business affairs as a means of adjusting marital troubles. In some cases, we imagine, it is wholly unnecessary the wife is the whole thing. The soviet government of Russia has decreed that all illiterate persons between the ages of 17 and CO must learn to read and write within six months, falling which they will be deprived of their work and wi". be placed in a "lower food category." This, it would seem, is reaching the point of the refinement of cruelty. Now we are biffed squarely be tween the eyes with the startling intelligence that the new Paris gowns Fie, fie, sisare entirely waistless. ters! What next? We pool men are suffering agonies from eye strain as it is, and we simply can not sur vive any more allopathic doses. We shudder with indescribable terror at the approach of the next scream of which, we fear, will even fashion be skirtless. For Your Black Cake. Glace Cherries, Pineapple, Citron, Figs, Raisins, Dates and all kinds of Nuts. ALSO WHEN NEURALGIA ATTACKS NERVES Srban's 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 than ever that you be very careful jn 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. These 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-si- x actual experience in the operation of Tobacco Warehouses is 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 FENThanking you in advance and trustNER'S WAREHOUSE. ing you will visit our opening sale on DECEMBER 3rd, ever-growinup-to-da- te Celery, 'Cranberries, ters and fresh Fruits. the tongeition and relieves pain Liniment scatters We are Yours Very Truly, Oys- Currey KED CROSS XMAS SEALS SOLD HERE. L Gulley A little, srf lied nithout rulUuj, will and rest and ncrvei. Sloan's Liniment is very effective In allaying external palm, strains, bruises, aches, still joints, sore muscles, lumbago, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges. Keep a big bottle always on hand Druggists everywhere, for family iSc. 70c. SL40. ffttrate immediately loathe the Fenner's Warehouse FENNER AND PITT, Owners and Proprietors. u. Walnut Street, Danville, Kentucky. P. S. If you expect to sell on opening day be sure to give ner's Warehouse a trial. Fen-