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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 4, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919120401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 4, 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. DECEMBER 4. 1919. WITNESS EVENT AND ALL PLEASED. SECTION 1 TMIRTIKTHIYKAR number ae. L. Ynntis Wednesday. Mr. William Marshbank was with relatives at Paint Lick last week end. Mrs. William Walker was the guest of Lancaster friends Monday. Mr. Jamie Baker of Madison spent Tuesday night with Mr. John Broaddus. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Wnrd and two little sons, spent Sunday with Paint Lick relatives. Mesdamcs John Smith and James Ynntis were guests Monday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward. Mrs. Henry Tutttc and Miss Fannie Merida were Sunday guests of Misses Maude and Fannie Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttie epent Sunday with Miss Rose Turner on the old Danville road. Mrs. Robert Ward and sons Harold and J. T. were visitors Tuesday of Mrs. James L. Yantis. Mr. and Mrs. Tolliver Cornett and son, Tom, were with Mrs. Isaac Cornett of Point Lick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Prather were Sunday visitors of Mesdamcs Matilda Collins and William Kinder. Mr. and Mis. Bascom Pelphrey nnd Miss Nelle Pelphrey "were recent guests of relatives at Stapford. Mrs. Grace Sutton and Miss Virginia Sutton of tho C. O. road were guests Friday of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Milcy Beazley were DRASTIC LANCASTER TOBACCO MARKET OPENS TWO THOUSAND GROWERS SHORT SUPPLY SUGAR SCARCE MEASURES Of NEWSPRINT Selling Here At Twenty Five Cents a Pound. Taken By Government Increase Recommended The sugar shortage is no longer a IN DOTH THE ADVERTISING AND theory but a reality In Lancaster and To Prevent Coal or ly a few merchants have Lcen able SUBSCRIPTION RATES TO to get any at nil. Only one merchant Famine. HELP MEET RISING COSTS. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., The special meeting of the Southern Newspaper Publishers' Association in session here unanimously adopted the following resolution: "Whereas, .Members of the S. N. P. A., having met In extraordinary session to consider the report of its print paper a shortage which on the shortage of news-ncingthreatens and imminently the life of some Southern newspapers and which vitally affects the publication of every newspaper In America finding: "That newsprint Is being used largely In excess of production; that the reserve supply has diminished be low the acuto danger level; that no sizeable Increase in production upon a commercial basis in less than from one to two years Is posiblc; that the price of newsprint paper since the pre-wperiod has advanced from nbout 10? per cent, tu about 400 per cent; that publishers of newspapers in their zeal to issue their newspapers regularly in such size ns lavishly to print the news of the world with comment upon nnd interpretation of it and also to publish instructive nnd with entertaining matter dealing every human Interest, have brought nbout an auction market for news print paper which has carried its price avbovc the level of sanity, do of Mrs. J. TOBACCO IS KING. 105,740 POUNDS, AVERAGE Local Houses are ObeyS5S.47 ing Orders. The Regional Coal Committee of Atlanta, Ga., have issued drastic fuel regulations In order to prevent a severe coal famine wlfch threatens whole country. The opening of the Lancaster Tobacco Market yesterday theMayor John M. Duncan has remorning mnrkod another event that ha put Incastcr nml Gar- ceived official notice of the order Atrard county on the mnp. Karly in the morning automobiles from the Regional Committee at Her-ro- n Marshal has adjoining coun- lanta and thnt ordered Is obeyed tc from all over the county and lots of them from the order to sec the Utter. ties began to roll into the city, all drawn here by the announceand businesses ment that the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse would open its first arcLoral merchants obeying the order to the letter, LooscLcaf Tobacco market in Lancaster. practically all houses remaining open It was estimated that fully two thousand people were in from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. only. This went into effect last Tuesday. the building when the sale began which was promptly at ten The strike of the miners of soft o'clock, which time had been previously announced by Manager coals, who have been idle for the past month has brought on condiMcCray. tions like those prevailing during the That prince of auctioneers, Mr. John K. Scott, of Jessa- war. In many sections, and not much hope was held out by officials Inst mine county, proved one of the hits of the day and many comnight for early production of bitu pliment were heard concerning him during the day. When minous coal in quantities sufficient to he began the first sale, sixteen buyers were lined up on the floor, permit malntainencc of present slim of the reserves, under supervision all seeming anxious to catch the eye of tho astute auctioneer Railroad Administration's Central and tho bidding was fast and spirited from the beginning. Mr. Coal Committee. given out According to figures Roy McCray was right there on the job, starting every basket, Monday last week's soft coal output knowing did not reach SO per cent of the northat seemed high to the casual observer, but not to the figures as to ones, for his bids were raised in rapid succession, until fabulous mal production. No the amount of coal now on hand nre Legion Meeting. enthusiasm of the growers was very avliIal)e but the ouli0ok seems very prices were reached. The The Heidal Sanford Post of the apparent from the sale of the first basket nnd not a single com unpromising, with the miners still on therefore: American Legion, will meet next Cut Down Consumption their vacation. plaint was heard during the entire day. "Resolved, The people of Kentucky will be That the Southern Thursday night at seven o'clock at So large was the crowd and so eager was every one to unable to spend money for anything Newspaper Publisher.! Association, in the rooms of the Police Court. Every member and every prospec 4 any assembled, urges get a glimpse of the prices, that a roped enclosure had to be today after coulo'clock, or onexceptday special convention make an earnest tive member is earnestly urged to'be during the stringency, at Its membership to provided for the buyers, auctioneer and clerks. Every body the movies and theatres, and for effort to reduce newsprint consump present. was in n good humor, everyone seemed happy and all seemed food, shaves and hair cuts, and drugs, tion, beginning at once and continu Daugherty-Denn- is. and an Saturday nights only for ing through 1920, at n rate of at to have enjoyed the crush. Many women were on the floor and clothing, according to an order from least 10 per cent, as compared with Mr. Alvin Dennis of College Hill the Regional Coal Committee, which the consumption for July, August, and Miss Elizabeth Daughterty of took a keen interest In every sale took noon Monday. The September nnd October of thli yen. Paint Lick, were quietly married in The writcr.oi this article stood ni uie uesK lor more man order effect at of the Railroad Administration The association .earnestly recom- Richmond on Thanksgiving day. II ..J I an ... Ajiniit u'nirnpn .1nr' Hpupnt hn ifni-- 1. muni? uu lu il'luivu Ulm Committee was telegraphed to the mends that all of the publishers of iim The bride is a native of Rockcastle check, nnd took occasion to ask each, "how aro you pleased with Federal Manager V. L. Mapother, of the South In each competitive area county but has been making her L. and N. Railroad, and closes all to the fullest possible ex home with her sister some time, Invariably each answer the establishments, even saloons, tent to the end that every practical and is a very attractivefor of beauti the price your tobacco brought"? retail girl I thought", "glad I at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, except method of conservation was, "delighted", "pleased," "better than of news- ful character and lovely disposition. only, print stores for the Mr. Dennis a young man didn't sell to a plnhookcr", "here's where I will sell all my to drug establishmentssale of drugs food. wood and all other papers made from popularity andis good business of great which sell and ability. pulp may be employed. Hugh Kurtz and Messrs Dailey were especially These places of business may sell no bacco". Mr. Both have numerous Recommends Conservation. friends who recognizes "The association the wish them great happiness and prospleased with the prices they had received, for they had tobacco sidelines. Uarber shop porters may not shine your shoes, nor druggists fnct that the necessary conservation perity. on the Lexington market the day be fore, and all of these gen sell you n cigar or sodas. reduction of the size of newspapers Prohibited LUt. cannot be accomplished except by the Circuit Court Still tlcmcn stated that they would sell the rest of their crop on the The prohibited list follows: Elec- or a reduction of circulation. The Lancaster market In Session. tric signs, show window lights, elec association recommends that conMany cases not of special interest At the close of the sale at four o'clock it was found that tric di:lay advertising; restricted servation be accomplished chiefly by .1 1... ..:n,wi I, t.l .1 tffice buildings may open at U a. m. a reduction in the number of pages to the public have been disposed of nn,..nll., n mETJn nnlin,I. 1, . and close at 4 o'clock p. m. Indus- printed, the number of editions is during the present session of the Ciraverage of $55.47. an tries are allowed to operate only 48 sued, the size of type, the space of cuit Court and the dockets arc being Not a single basket was rejected on the entire floor nnd hours a week. Retail shops may news heads, space for reading matter rapidly cleared. Only two Common wealth cases have been tried. Ben open at m. and close at 4 p. m., every seller was pleased beyond measure. There were many except 9 a. following; Drug stores and illustrations, space for advertis Grimes charged with killing James the ing and pyramiding advertising and low grades of tho weed on this floor nnd hnd it not been for this may remain open after 4 p. m. and increase in advertising rates and an Grimes, mention of which was given until 10:30 p. m. for the sale of increase in subscription rates' with a in our last issue, resulted in a conthe average would have been much higher, drugs only. Barber shops may oper- view to covering the cost of white viction of Grimes, the jury senten The lowest bnskct sold was $8.00 and the top basket of ate between 8 a. m. and C p. m. paper nnd the expense of delivery to cing him to the penitentiary for not less than 20 years nor more than tho day bringing $102.00 a hundred. Tho crop from this bas Restaurants, dairies, bakeries and the cubscribcr, years. It is said his case "The association urges immediate twenty-on- e averaging $91.50 nnd belonged to Mr. John Huffman, of groceriestoore allowed to operate acket cording the schedules now in efin each competitive area will be appealed. Lincoln county. Lonsey Walker charged with mafect. Stores selling clothing aro per- in support of all the efforts made by Tho following buyers made purchases during the day, mitted to use light and heat power the committee on conservation and licious cutting was fined ?50.00 and until 8 o clock on Saturday night. conciliation, representing the Amcri costs. The grand jury has returned wKtln nthnrn Wnfn ilmrn flllf fntlnil in lini-.- t ntnr "tnn.1n,l fr' Motion picture shows and theatres can Newspaper Publishers' Associa only five indictments and after sitwill finally adjourn. to them : R. J. Reynolds Company, represented by J. II. Boude ; danco halls and public amusements tlon. The conservation and concilia ting G. the Liggett nnd Meyers, represented by J. H. Turner; J. P. Taylor ore allowed p. to operate between Sa- - tion committee of this association is The case of V. A. Lear against J. tho 1 hours of m. and 10:30 p. m. hereby directed to prepare a form of Davis resulted in a verdict for plaintiff in the sum of $890; II. C. and Company, represented by Messrs Narz and Coovert; Amcr- loons must close at 4 o'clock p. m. report to be sent by the secretary's ican Tobacco Company, by Mr. Greer; W. II. Wendley, Elmer and not open before 9 o'clock In tho office to all the members of this as Bailey against J. B. Ruble, the jury morning. sociation on which they are requested found for the defendant. Dctheragc, McCreary Simmons, W. H. Hninpson, Rurnside nnd The case of Willie Hendrickson Exompt.d List. to rcrort weekly the efforts for con The exempted list under the order servation and the actual results Calico against Samantha Bogie Hill Mr. Rogers. Other buyers will bo on tho market today, among follows: and Mrs. Mary Bogie is occupying tho Hospitals, railroad sta them Mr. W. I. Kincnid, of Richmond, who will buy for a Cin tions, telephono and telegraph com achieved, a summary of these reports attention of the court today. The to be printed in the association's former charging the latter with alien panies, and all public utilities, hotels, bulletins." cinnati firm. ating the affections of her husband Sales will be held daily from this on, except on Saturday, newspapers, and all Industries opera and praying for damages in the sum ting continuously. Toand the floor today is said to be n good one and some high prices of $25,000. MANY HIGH -- AVERAGES MADE. had n small supply last week and it wns sold out In i. few hours nt twen e cents a pound; only four iounds going to one household. The sugar shortage, in the opinion of those who know the trade, is the greatest ever known. Meltings have been brought to a standstill by a strike of the marine workers who have tied up some twenty steamers loaded with raw sugar. In Cuba, Sugar Manufacturers' nnd Planters' Association has issued a manifesto Insisting upon nn open market for sugar, stating that one million tons remain to be cut, and 400,000 tons of raw awaits shipment. The shortage is expected to go in to next year. Just exactly why the shortage occurred In such stringent fashion is not altogether, clear, al though there has been a tremendous increase in the amount of sugar consumed in this country. That most of it is unnecessary consumption, and that we can do without it, docs not lessen the demand. It Is estimat ed that the United States uses one fourth of the world's sugar. This year we will consume 9,000,000,000 pounds instead of the 8,000,000,000 used last year. This is a per capita consumption of almost eighty-thre- e pounds. In 1870, when sugar was supposfd to be bad for the teeth, we used thirty-thre- e pounds per capita per j car. entertained Sunday night at a delightful 6 o'clock dinner by Mr. Wm. II. Beazley and son James of McCreary. Mrs. C. R. Henry and two interesting children spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. William Clark on the Lexington road. Mr. John Sutton and sister, 7Iiss Fannie Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson nnd children, were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Sutton and Mrs Carrie Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Prather had the misfortune to have their house destroyed by fire, Nov. 24th about noon. The family were not at home and only a few things out of the house saved. The hen house and smoke house were also burned and some meat and all the fruit. Their many friends sympathize with them in their great loss. Mrs. John Broaddus entertained with a delightful dining Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beazley. The home was prettily decorated with palms and ferns. At one o'clock an elegant dinner was served, the table was beautiful, with a handsome cut glass vase in the center, with a of large yellow chrysanthemums and several cut glass nappies of fruit, salads and mints, which added to its beauty. The four course dinner was elegant in every detail and enjoyed to the fullest by all present The color scheme throughout the dinner being yellow nnd white. Those that accepted Mrs. Broaddus hospitality were, Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beazley, Mr. William Beazley and son James, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Broaddus, Mr. Pollard, and Mrs. Morten Misses Nelle and Lida Ray, Alice Sutton, and Lucille Pruett, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yantis and two sons, and Messrs Buford Smith and John Brat-toet n. I- -I 1 u 1 !..., 1 - Important are expected. We give below somo of the high averages mndo yesterday nniTis a totnl of every pound sold by each grower. Fothergill nnd Thompson: 1770 pounds, average $53.8-Hamilton and Stewart 1930 pounds, average $C3.G4. H. Tenter and Son, Madison 1930 pounds, average $72.42. F. B. Cooper, Lincoln 1140 pounds, average $71.94. Hester and Dawson, Lincoln 1000 pounds, nverage $00.11. Teater & Gulley Bros, Madison 4005 pounds, average $G8.7G. William Clark 12G0 pounds, average $G8.1G. J. W. Burton 200 pounds, average $78.45. Curtis nnd Son, Madison, GOO pounds, average $72.80. White and Spratt 1365 pounds, average $02.82. Yeakey Bros 995 pounds, average $65.69. Anie B. Turner 635 pounds, average $68.75. ..n . . tr te la lri iv. uannru,' vimu urcnarui uoo pounus, average $04.85. John Huffman, Gilberts .Creek 265 pounds, average $91.50. Burton and Sanders 7310 pounds, average $65. William E. Whittaker 1440 pounds, average $74.97. 11 Heavy Windstorm. bacco Ruling. The severe windstorm last Saturday did some damage to property in and around Lancaster, among tho worst losers being Messrs Speith and Company and Haselden Brothers, each of these firms now erecting new buildings out on Stanford street The loss to Messrs Speith and Com pany was several hundred dollars. The large warehouse which was near-in- g completion being blown down and several workmen having narrow escapes. A larger force was put to work Immediately and the big building is again nearly ready for occupancy. The residence just across the street, being erected for Haselden Brothers was likewise blown down and considerable damage done. FOR SALE: and harness. Mjr Sell Thoir Product in Natural Stat Without Tax. The Commissioner of Internal Rev enue has ruled that under the existing law the farmer or grower of to bacco has the right to sell tobacco which he has grown to any person and In any quantity which may be desired, provided the tobacco Is not stemmed, twisted, plaited, rolled, sweetened or otherwise manipulated Growers Sale Postponed on Ac count of Storm. The two dwellings in Haselden Heights will be sold Rain or Shine at 2:30 o'clock, Saturday Dec. 13th. iou Want to Live In Lancaster. Look at this property! See W. B. Moss the owner or SWINEBROAD, the Real Estate Man, or W. E. Moss. WE WILL PAY A STRAIGHT SALARY J35.00 per week and ex- penses to man or woman with rig to introduce EUREKA EGG PRODUCER, Eureka Mfg. Co., East St. Louis, lt-pIllinois. before Its sale to consumers. A farmer la not prohibited from employing an agent to sell his tobacco for him, and a group of farmers may pool their tobacco and like- wis employ an agent to sell their tobacco for them without legal ob jection, provided the agent does not make such sales on a commission, in which event h is regarded as a A good pony, cart dealer In leaf tobacco, and is sub Mrs. J. D. leather. ject to liability as such. GUY. Mr. Milton Ward is improving slowly. Miss Lida Broaddus was a visitor BROADDUS BEAZLEY. On Thanksgiving morning Nov. 27, Miss Jean Broaddus and Mr. Miley Beazley were married in Lancaster at the Baptist parsonage, by Rev. Clarence Strothcr. Miss Lida Broaddus, Messrs Bascom Brown, William Kinder and James Beazley accom Immediately them. panying after the beautiful and impressive ceremony, the happy couple motored to Danville and took the Royal Palm for Somerset, where they were guests of Mr. Beazley's grand-motheMr. and Mrs. Hoyden Waddle until Saturday, when they returned home. The bride is the lovelyand accomplished and youngest daughter of Mrs. John Broaddus, and never looked prettier than on her wedding day, in a chic tailoredsult of blue silver-ton- e, with hat, gloves and boots to match, and Mr. Beazley is certainly to be congratulated on winning such a lovable girl as a life companion, whose winsomeness and many sterling characteristics hove endeared her to the entire community. The groom is the oldest son of Mr. William II. Beazley of McCreary and Is one of the most substantial farmBoth have hosts ers of this vicinity. of friends, who join in extending best wishes and congratulations . for a happy and prosperous life together. Mr. and Mrs. Btazlcy will be with Mrs. John Broaddus until Jan. 1st, then will go to housekeeping on the farm Mr. Beazley recently purchased from Mr. William Sutton, known as the Walker Farm. The.Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec 4 1919 Heport of (ho Condition OK THK MAKE By 111 BELIEVE LYONS. Bank Or cum liryantsville or ni'RiXKM f ELIZABETH .REDUCED PRICES , doing business at town 4f Brysutsv County ol GsrrsM, PI Ate ot Kt ntnekj, vCACA?eA5eAje5fiew5f5erterteAv The aun was pouring atresnis of llclit on the little gray cotlaec nn the li'Klilnmls, the sunshine of golden Through (he giant elms sifted Hie yellow llrains, , mnklng dancing checker on the wrather-bentoroof. In nnsucr to n fitmllliir whMle, which echoed through the valley, the nle occiipnnt of the hmise suddenly nppoiired In the iloorivny. The girl hml brilliant dark eyes nml fluffy lilnrk hnlr Hint ulpcil from under a ilnlnty lillo cnp. The ahort slecTO of a tirlght glnglmin revraltil the delicate tun of her anna. Stand-lu- g behind tho pink ramblers on the Kirch. aln reminded one of an Ideal imiannt girl, capable and clinmilng. She pniiaod; then without uniting for n reiotltlon ejf the silvery call, she cupped her hands Into n trumpet nnd railed clearly an answering linllno. The uhlatlc aounded nearer now and over the hedges nppninehrd the boned figure of the glrfii father. She saw 1 Im now n lu came Into the lane, his Hurled lianda. clutching two milk pnll. Soon he ns within talking ill-tnnrc, nnd idu turned to hold the lUior fur him nnd his heavy burden. "Well, Mollle, It's a linrd time for both of in. We haven't given up yet. haw ue, little girl 7" he added, smiling Into her saddened face. She tiinu-- nway with n row "no." Then In a few minute f!ie cheerily :.s nimounceil aupin-r- . The tidite daintily lntil In aplte of the heavy crck' iiik iiic in uiuii euj" m ere liuiiMinsiup iiiuugu lew worus spoken. The slmte repast over. Samuel llo-de- n took his pipe, nnd Molllc temk tier knitting to the stoop near the well. Thellun was now sinking behind Cherry mountain and the two silently natched the grndunl changing of the roie nnd yellow shadings In the"heav-en- s nnd on Echo lake. In the nlley. Mottle's fingers flew twlftly endeavoring to hide her emotions, though with little success. She stopped knitting. She clasped her father's hand. "What was tliatr A soft on the crlpy leaves enmc to the man's ears. Well, I reckon It may be a bear or It may be a deer. You didn't think It Is, It Isl I'm sure It Is! Oh. I knew he'd come I Oh!" few seconds proved her to be right. From the woodi'near by bound ed a handsome Airedale. Ilex," she called softly. "Iter, Hex," she whispered, throwing her arms around the panting dog. eyes to She raised her her father. Oh, dad, I knew he'd come. Look ! D. n. S. so plain on his collar. lie can't be far off. And see; wjiat Is at Tint tiik 17th day of Nov 1919 HtSOtHCF.8. Ovarrir.rts secured Slut suiscarrj gtockt, nonl mid other securities . line from Ustiks Cash on hsnit Bsnsltiii House, Furniture nnd Othet Assets not Included nrof sbove lieds Total ON ALL 1.n.titM ... 0I.H)Ht 1J.S.TI ro l.MI 57 ,ti0 0 Fixtures under ... mab:mtikh. iin s is Tailored Suits, DRESSES, COME IN. Capital Block td In, III caih ....- -. Surplus Funds Undivided rrunts.lesseipen- ee and uses piM Ienoell subject toeliecs W.liS W JM 00 Time Deposits Dlllt fsrsMe.., IlltOiiOllO il.MMOll COATS AND FURS to.to) ut 11 Tout. HT4.TB OK KKSTCCKV.I COUNTY OF li A Kit A KIM ,l.li ,T w C. r n..ifcr. lr.M.nt and J. BankXVII do ! named . Kami, (.'ashler nl tli solemnly swear mat me aimvw knowldgn and belle!. 0. C. Heeler, ITraldent, J. ('.WILLIAMS, Caihler. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2itli day of Nor II9. ). Iloian llallard. Nolarjr rubllc. Mr Cora mission eird'es Keb 1. IKM. IHSKCTOSSI r THE UNUSUALLY WARM SEASON HAS LEFT US WITH MORE WINTER GARMENTS THAN WE NEED AND WE TAKE THIS WAY OF REDUCING STOCK. THE CARMENTS REPRESENT THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN NEW YORK AS MANY OF THESE CARMENTS HAVE JUST RECENTLY TAILORED SUITS We offer you to select from, more than one hundred of this season's latest style suits, AH D,I'.8wope K.K.Soope Noah Marsee. Jr. llrport or tins t.'oiulltlon TIIK OK made' in the very best materials by Wooltex and the very best New York Tailors. i Garrard Bank & Trust 17th. day of Nov 1919. Co at Hank doing business at Lancaster County olUarrard, Plate of Kentucky, AT TIIK CUWB OK BUSINESS ON TIIK greatly reduced prices. SPECIAI We-offer about Thirty excellent lf RESOURCES. t 182.11" H Loan. ud Discounts.. ( eo llverdrafis.secured and unsecured I.tuo 0 Slocki, bonds and otDer securities ,01 Ou Due from llaukl Cash, ou hand ll,777 S.1V7 7i Checks, and other cash Item. s.uw iv Banklna House . I loo.SNt 17 Total LIABILITIES. .SO.OCO 00 Capital Slock paid tu, in caih 19.000 00 Kiirpiu- - 1'uud Undivided I'rofits. less expenses paid I.TSS M and taxes Deposit subject to check f JSI.S16 AI.OM 19 Time Deposit 010 0 fVrtlflrH fMiM-k- high grade Suits left from last year plain Inst year's prices. tailored styles at one-haSILK DRESSES Of every kind and quality from $75.00. I COATS Our line of Ladies' nnd Misses ConM is now-vercomplete as wc just recently received our Second stock and line is really better than a month ago. Every Coat in this big line is now offered at a reduced price. SPECIAL A small lot of All Wool Coats in excellent plain styles left from last year which we offer at choice for $10.00. Worth in market up to $35.00. WOOL DRESSES y $15.00 to Fine all wool Tricotine Dresses and all wool Serge Dresses in all qualities from $17.50 to $65. will all be in this sale at reduced prices. At at decided reductions from reguIt will pay you to buy these dressad- lar prices. .... '. es for next season as silk materials are vancing daily. Banks and Trust Conipanles Unpaid Ditldends Reserve for taxes Hills ratable Other Lfabllltlevnot Included under anv ot abore heads Total. Iu 51 J. IS J 77 l.oj.'&l MM S.A 17 ."It I was" 40.1jO 5.112 tw 17 dad A FINE FURS Genuine Black Lynx Scarfs and Muffs, Minks, Beaver, Brown Fox, Toupe Fox, Pointed Fox, Hudson Seal, etc, in Scarfs and Muffs at all prices from $50.00 to $125.00, also a line of cheaper Furs in Blacks and Browns. All these offered at a discount of One-Fift- h from prices of last May. BY ORDER OF FUEL COMMISSIONER OUR STORE WILL OPEN AT 9 A. M. AND CLOSE ...t dent and Cashier of the above named Banx do solemnly swear that the. atiovo statement is true to tne best oi our anowieage ana It. E. Mcftokerti.rrealdent. J. W. Elmore. Cashier. Subscribed and aworn to before me thla ftth day ot .ov 1919. Will S. Hopper. Notary Public. My commission expires February IV, 1921. MRKCTOKSi State of Keutiiclr.C'ountTof Garrard, Set. Wa.lt E. Veltoberte and J. W. Elmore Presf. W. It Cook T. J. Price. Sr V. A. Leer COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff. Edd Baker, ct al. VS. Defendants, Elija Baker, ct al, I'ureuant to a Judgment rendered at tho November Term, 1019, the un dersigned Commissioner will sell at before the Court public auction House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts,; MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1919,! In the the real estate mentioned pleadings and described as follows: Beginning in tho center of the Paint Lick and Buckeye Turnpike! about 40 links South of a beech, pointer, near a gate that opens on a road to the house of said widow; thenco with the road leaving on said homestead N 3 la W 24 poles N 14 E 29 poles N 80 H E 9.34 poles N 94 J E 13.80 poles to an apple tree; thence N 27 E 4.14 poles to a white locust South of 'another road; thence with1 said road N 80 H EG potest D9H E 8.1 G poles to a point in road opposite to a marked sugar tree S 54 E 9.881 poles to a black walnut at lower edge ot road S 3714 E 1G.93 poles to a creek; thence down the same N 4H I E 11 poles N 13 1.3 E 44 poles N 2 Hi W 12 poles N 39 U W 20 poles' N 47 W 8 poles N G2U W 12.02 poles. 9 70U W 95 links to a stake on the I 9t South bank of the creek; thence leaving the creek S 25 la W 55.40 poles to a point In a road; thence with road H 70 W 19 poles N 74 W 42 poles to Hunters corner; thence with his line S 34 W 9G.80 poles to William Scotts corner; thence with Scotts line S 69 H E 32 poles to a point in tho middle of the Buckeye and Paint Lick pike; thence with same 3 33 E poles to the Deglnnlng, 05 Vi acres. The purpose of the sale is to di vide tlie proceeds thereof among the joint owners ot same. ot six and !iaid, upon when execution may payable to W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon tho property sold until the purchase money is paid. VV. II. BUOWN. M. C. G. C. C. It. II. Tomlinson, Atty for PlITs. The sale will be made on a credit twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute oonus wun approved security lor the purchaso price, due In six and twelve months respectively, and bearing six per cent interest from date until having the fore and effect of TERMS. PROMPTLY AT 1 P. M. Scratched on the back of th collar were the words, "Mollle, I've come." Snmuet Ilodcn's voice shook with emo tion. Well, little Moll, you won't have to make believe with ino any longer." Tho old man turned nnd limped slowly housev.iird. The girl rose. A long, silvery hallo broke the .still- net's; a distant whistle answered from DANVILLE, the ledges. She sank back again on the stoop and turned her atlentUn to the messenger at Her feet. As she patted his soft back her fingers outWalker and J. T. Walker, and to diline! 1 the service" and wound stripes vide the remainder of the procecdt which had been sheared on his 'coat. irom inc . sale or said land among "Oil, Ilex, you're been with hlra all me jotni owners thereof. during hese two long years all tho TERMS. time and I've been waiting, waiting. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. The sale will be made on a credit PUTs, But now he's coming back to me. And Stephen U Walker ct al of six ami twelve months and the I thought ho was never to return. VS Defts. Eurchnscr will be required to execute They told me no, but I wouldn't be 'Evnllne'McMlllion, ct al, npproved Pursuant to a. Judgment rendered purchase price, due Insecurity for tho lieve." six and twelve Hark ! A twig snapped In the path- at the August Term, 101U, the under- months respectively, and bearing sue pubway and n tall, stalwart form emerged signed Commissioner will sell at Court House per cent interest from date until the having the force and effect of a from the wooded depths. A moment lic auction before Kentucky, at 11 Door in Lancaster, !iald, upon which execution may nnd she wns held In it close embrrrce. o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on payable to W. II. Drown, Mas"Molllc, durllng; .Mollle " MONDAY, DKCKMBEU 22nd. 1319. ter Commissioner of the Garrard CirTwo hours later Inside the little cot- the real estate mentioned in the Court, tage David told of the two years of pleadings nnd described ns follows: cuitupon theand a lien will be reserved property In Garrard County, Kentucky, and purchase money is paid. sold until the separation, Mollle nettling close la bounded as follows: adoring silence. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Uecinning at a stone, 1st. Tract. "And," ho concluded, "I landed hero near a branch, dower corner; thence R. II. Tomlinson, Atty for PUTs. Just n week ago and came up here to falling into said branch and down the mountain Just as fast ns I could." same with its meanders S G E 38 POOR RIDCE, KY. "Oh, David, to think," murmured poles S 24 E 28 poles to a spring Molllc, "how long I've mnde believe." on said branch; thence continuing Miss Christine Preston spent Sun(Copyright, 1919, McClur Newspaper down said branch S 50 E 14 poles to a stake in said branch, corner to lot day with Miss Arlcigh Matthews. ; thence with a line ot said No. Charlie Mitchell bought a hog lot S 40 W HI noles to a buckeye Typewriting In the Air. 14 14 cents. A new British commercial airplane, sprout on branch, corner to said lot; from James Sanders nt Mrs. C. W. Mitchell nnd children In which a business mau can dictate thence with line of lot No. 4 N 10 Vi (! hollow; stake letters to his typist and sign the com- W poles to a 24 poles in aa stake on spent Monday with Mrs. R. II, Presto thence S 44 W pleted letter while on hl way to Ids a branch below the mouth of a hol ton. appointment, underwent a successful low, on line of the whole tract; thence Miss Linda Preston spent Sunduy trial at Yeovil. It carries threo passen- up said branch N 0 E 4 poles N 38 gers, In ndillllon to the pilot. They W 10 poles N 10 W 14 poles N 5 E night with her sister, Mrs. Taylor Bolare accommodated In comfortable seats 14 poles to a stake on said branch ton. In an Inclosed cabin, with sliding winthence N IVi E 77 poles to a white Mr. and Mrs. James Clouso spent dows along tho sides. When the seats oak, corner to Jennings; thence E 41 last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe poles to a stone, his corner and cornnd upholstery are removiil the maRay. chine will carry 50O pounds of mall ner to Lot No. 1 ; thence same course Mrs. James Clcuse was tho guest of nt 100 miles an hour. Ah an Indlcatloa continued 15 poles to the beginning, containing 44 acres. her mother, Mrs. Green of Nicholas-vill- e of how successfully the noise of the 2nd. Tract: Deginnlng at Mrs. engine has been silenced, the works Susan Turners, corner, In a branch, last week. manager, who had his typist with him, thence a new line running diagonally Mrs. Uarve McCullah and Mrs. dictated several letters, which she across a ridge S 70 W S3 poles to a Lucinda Preston spent Sunday with typed while the iunhlne wns In the corner to George Naylor, on a branch; Mrs. I. B. Duncan. air, on a typewriter Died to the little thence up the branch with his line and in the branch to a stake N 54 Vi Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Preston and! folding table In the cuhln. E 20 poles; thence N 8.25 poles to children spent Sunday with Mr, and Hicks corner; thence with his line N Cutting Off Luxuries, 00 E 23.60 poles to or near a bar Mrs. E. L. Lemsy, Sunday, ' "I hear young Dubinin la taking mat- post on a hillside; thence S 4V4 W Mr. and Mrs. Everctte Duncan and 21 poles to the beginning, containing children wero the afternoon guests of rimony serloutly." "There can be little doubt of that." "i acres, less a road 15 feet wide fron Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Duncan. said five acres down the branch to "Year Mr. and Mrs. Everette Grow and "Ou the eve of his wnldlnv day he the creek. Said land will be sold by the acre, 'aughter Emma Lee, wre visiting her parted from his tnllorjti tears, rloM-- l uie purposo of the sale is to divide parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Ob Bolton. up his account with a faxjinh com- tho proceeds arising from 24 acres pany and bade farewell to h'a favor- . mong Evaline Miss Sinnle Cummins .'.Ic.'.tWon, spent the Cecil ite waiter," thlsr A. B. Robertson 8c Bro KENTUCKY. week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Cummins at ML Vernon. Mr-- nnd Mrs. Taylor Bolton spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Huke Preston. When little .Tiinloi ,y ). i l,rv ,,. uauy Miiens ti.e Ml,. . ,, surprised to see thun e ifv a!'ke he said, "Oh, mother, come and look; why each one Is a twin." cuics.nr.uir ... nMHMlNS If HASH PA1M COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. Extrsordlmry' at pi errs, 1, mii Sill fj IIASELDKN BROS. ' Ill 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. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY mi. ni, i dti (i . f The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dec 4, 1919 jJBLH!KsIBsilslPMiJPEM Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Saw Our Opening Market Yesterday and Pronounced it The Highest Market Ever Held in Central Kentucky. i WE SELL EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY. i 250 STALLS FOR HORSES. Bring Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sells fiAPPApH X u Tnhpir.r.n lAaPAhniicA finmnann i UMUVvv v w ui uiiuuuu svriiipuutj uui ui i W. R. McCray, Manager. How niff N.w Yorlc Grocary Firm Kovps Down Rats. Mr. and Mrs. Walter East and children were visiting Mrs. Lizzie East incorporated : - L. G. Davidson, President. John R. Scott, Auctioneer. Bobby's Suggestion. Bob was out visiting his aunt at a lake with his grandma. One evening he suddenly decided that he. wanted to go home to mother. Ills grandma told him there were no trains and he couldn't possibly go that night. lie said: "Well, grandma, can't you put me In a box and send me parcel post?" Vroome & Co., Butter and Cheese Merchants, New York City, says; In our cellar "We keep RAT-SNA- P all the time. It keeps down 'rats. Dent let your stock lose their We buy it by the gross, would not be Summer's cam through November without it." Farmers use RAT-SNA- P because rats pass up all food neglect Your animals arc now for Sebastian and going on dry Iced hay and grain. SOc, RAT-SNA- Sold Three sites, 25c, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.week and guaranteed by grand son spent the end with It's a Liz change from the succulent, K. E.$1.00. McRoberts, Druggist, and Has-elJc- n Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey, nutritious grosses of sumnur pastures Bros, Lancaster, Ky. which supply the needed laxatives and Mr. and Mrs. Hughie Moberley and Dec. advertisement. tonics. little daughter were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Teater. Keep your aniBOURNE. mals' bowels open Messrs Hugie Moberley, Wilbert and regular drive Dailey, Earl and Clelland Dailey were Roy Splvey bought Mr. Richard and out the worms in Lexington last week with their SU acres of land of Mr. Earnest Ball, Keep their blood for, $1500. rich and keep their digestion good by Miss Mary Lou Huffman of Lexfeeding regularly ington has been visiting Miss Jose- COMMISSIONER'S phine Huffman. Mist Lucille entertained a number SALE OF LAND of friends Thursday evening in honor A CoadUtoier aid Worn Expclkr of Miss Mary Lou Huffman. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mr. Isld Doolin bought 19 head of Don't allowyour stock to "get off feed" riffs. hogs ut 12 cents per pound, and also William Faulkner, et nl, condition. and in a run-dow- n VS. bought of Mr. Job Marseo a cow price Defts. Condition your cows for calving by Elizabeth Faulkner, ct al Pursuant to a judgment rendered feeding Dr. Hess Stock Tonic beforo $125.00. Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton and nt tho November Term, 1919, the unfreshing. Then feed it regularly to inMontgomery spent Sun- dersigned Commissioner will sell at crease the flow of milk. It lengthens Miss Uernice Court day with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mont- public nuction before tho the milking period. House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, Buy Stock Tonic according to tho aizt gomery. at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, of your herd. Oct from your dealer two Mr. and Mrs. Otho Montgomery on pounds for each averago bos, five pound MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd. Ill in. tor each horse, cow or steer, to start with, and little daughter of Lexington, Mr. and the real estate mentioned in the feed ai directed and thcu watch results. spent Thanksgiving with pleadings and described as follows: Mrs. F. W. Montgomery, Kentucky. In Garrard County, Why Mr. Louis Murphry and family Beginning at a point in the middle of Twice My havo moved to their new homo in the Lowell nnd Spoonville turnpike Lexington, and Mr. Uamlett Jennings rond, corner to Lear and Brown; thence with pike N 89 Vi W 28 has moved to the place vacated by North edge of said pike; thence noles I leavMr. Murphy, ' ing pike S 3U E 20 poles to a stake, corner to Clato Arnold; thence his line S 89 V4 E 28 noles to a stake, WOLF TRAIL. comer to same and In line to Brown; Ky. W 20 poles to thence his line N 3 , Lancaster, Mrs. Homer Cannon lias been 111. the beginning, containing 3H acres. The purpose of the sale is to diToll us now much stock you have. Mr. Abe Burton was in Madison vide the proceeds thereof among the Wo1l tell you bow much Tonic to buy. Sunday. Joint owners of same. TERMS. Mrs. Moso Ray spent Monday with The sale will be made on a credit Mrs. Andrew Stotts. of six months and the purchaser will Mrs. Powell Dailey is still confin- be reauired to execute bond with approved security for the purchase ed to her room but Is improving. price, due in Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMIMIan and six per cent six months, and bearine interest from date until FREE COUPON. son were visiting relatives Sunday. paid, havirS the force and effect of Mrs. M. Davis and daughter Maud a Judgment upon which execution Cut this out and brine to STORMES DRUG STORE and get one spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm may issne payable to W. H. Brown. pound of Dr. Hess' Stock Tonic. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Davis. Circuit Court, and a lien will be reNAME Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley served upon the property sold until and little ion were visiting relatives the purchase money Is paid. O. C. C. ADDRESS W. H. BROWN, M. C. Sunday, R. H. Tomlinson, Atty for Plffs. Is Every Animal At lis Best? CIom Relationship. One day when our Insurance man Sunday. come In he asked bow old tbe dog is suffering wok. and when he was told lie turned Mr Carl Moberley around to ask how old my little sister from an infected limb caused by a was, anil before my brother had a dog bite. chance to answer him my sister said, and "The dog Is as eld as me. Me and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater Miss Myrtle Teater and Clellan Daily him Is twins." Exchange. motored to Lancaster Monday. PUBLIC SALE OF Dr. Hess Stock Tonic HOUSEHOLD I will on GOODS. Pay the Peddler Price?, STQRMES DRUG STORE ' Saturday, December 6th at Two P. M. offe;r for sale all of my house hold AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, MOST OF IT NEW AND IN PERFECT CONDITION, AND TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. TERMS ANNOUNCED AT SALE. Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer Kills Lice JOHN At ACTON CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. t c The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dec 4, 1319m Wool Clothing CLOTHING IS HARD TO FIND BUT WE HAVE PLENTY NOW MADE UP IN THE LATEST MODELS FOR MEN AND BOYS. ' ALL WOOL 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. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Coprriiilit 1919. Hart SchjfTner&Mir JAS. W. SMITH LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. l r Ccrnisit ti,llartSciii4nti4Mici VffMffffffffffffffWffVWVWWWW The Central Record l..uad Weakly. 11.50 a g shore slopes upward The pines and tn wooded hills where splendid old oaks, magnolias, and a variety of tropic vegJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. etation, grow and flower and flourish R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. luxuriantly, while fine old homes. elegant modern villas and charming Entered at the Post Office in Lan- bungalows line the avenues and drives Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s alone the shore. Life is ever active Matter. at The Pass: there is boating, motoring, golf, tennis and fishing by day and dancing and all other indoor fesLucutcr, Ky., December 4, 1919 tivities for the evening. Pass Christian boasts of one of the finest golf Member Kentucky Press Association courses anywhere in the South. and Its proximity to New Orleans of the diversions places all the Eighth District Publishers League. metropolis within reach of visitors at Rate. For Political Announcaments. Pass Christian, who make a day for shopping in New Orleans and return For Precipct and Ct" Offices.. $5.00 in time for dinner, which is one of For County pffice -- Tr,wlln.00 lie social functions at The Pass: or, for State apd Pjstrjct Offices.. 10.00 remaining in thi city lor dinner, v7.Z .10 can return at their pleasure later in For Calla, per line .10 the evening. For Cards, per line For all publications In the InterThe hotels rank with the finest in est of Individuals or expresthe country. and there are many de sion of individual views, per lightful old country homes, where 10 good boards and real southern hos line .05 pitality are found. The inland coun line Obituaries, per try back of Pass Christian is beauti ful, and many charming drives may be taken over the excellent roads, Pass Christian is the Newport of among fine, productive fruit and the Gulf Coast, and ono of the most truck farms, which ship much of the fashionable and popular resorts in early garden stuff that is so eagerly the South. The town, of about sousrht in southern markets. The 2.000 permanent population, is very fishing in St. Louis Bay and the tri generally engaged in entertaining butary streams is excellent, many and serving the large numbers who anglers finding their best sport in the come here, summer and winter, for little rivers and streams of the imrecreation. Society congregates at mediate interior. Across the bay from Pas Christian "The Pass" at all seasons the summer guests coming from neighboring is the somewhat exclusive cottage re southern cities the winter throng sort of Day St. Louis, a place much frequented by residents of New Or from all parts of the North. Pass Christian was named for a leans, who own cottages and bunga Spanish explorer who discovered the lows and come here for the water deep-watpass that lies close to sports and the fishing. It is also pop the main shore. It is an old and ular in winter with many northern much honored settlement, having people who prefer the quiet of cot been a popular resort from far back tage life, with the accompanying days. Tradition freedom for outdoor sports, to the in ante-bellui It with tho gayest of south- gayer and more fashionable routine ern society and with men and women of the larger neighboring resorts. Advertisement. famous in high social circles of this Its location is and foreign lands. one of the choicest on the Coast. Y..r. Seed Rye, Red Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass and Orchard Grass Seed. OBELISK FLOUR-I- n Payabla In Advance. sacks or barrels. Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cows give more milk. Hog Feed, Wheat and Rye Middlings, Barley Meal. Hymn Faith of Our Fathers. Benediction. Annual Silver Social. A cordial welcome is extended to all The congregation of Lancaster Presbyterian Church is now occupy ing its third building since it was or ganized in 1810. Tho first was located just acrov theralroad opposite the depot, a SOCIAL TEA. building erected aijd dedicated for me use or any evangelical Douy. A delightful and what will prove The second place of worship was an interesting program has been ar- located on the site now owned and ranged for the Centennial Anniver- occupied by the Methodist Church-howevesary of the Presbyterian church to not the same building. morrow evening, December Cth. In The third, the present building connection with the program the an- was erected and dedicated in 1870. nual '"Social Tea" will be in evidence The first pastor, Ucv. James C and whi-- h lias nluas benn 30 enjoy- Barnes was ordained by Transylvania able in the jcars past. Trcsbytcry when it met in the Court PROGRAM. Houso in March 1819. lie servjd Hymn The Church's One Founda- this and Pa.nt Lick Presbyterian tion. church, until 1823 when he moved to Invocation. Pcrryville, Boyle county. Scripture Reading. The first Elder whoso name is re Solo Mr. Charley Doty. corded was Mr. Gelon Hann, 1831. of Church's Record by Short Sketch Some of these cTlccrs t.t later date The Pastor. and long scrvico were Mr. Solo Mrs. James Shelby, Danville. who served 39 years, 1634 Violin Solo Mits Amy Dawes, 1873. Mr. William II. Kinraird, 01 years, 18151000. Gen. W. J. Address Rev. Benjamin Jay Bush. I.andram, 12 years, 1853 1895, and D. I)., Second Presbyterian Church Mr. V. II. Whcrritt, 47 years, 1804 Lexington, Ky. 1911. Subject The Church of There were 23 charter members. CENTENNIAL Careyized Salt Tonic Blocks for Stock. . . ANNIVERSARY Church. Portland Cement, Sand, Rock. Meat. ' Of Local Presbyterian Genuine Kanawha Salt best for Curing . Pass Christian, Miss. WILL THE INFLUENZA Indian Herbalist Leaves One Million Dollar Estate. RETURN? nririni 1 mui qi Why Mr. Joa Armstrong, Calabratad I jj See our line of Dof Trainer, U.as Rat'Snap. 'Noticed rats around my kennels. having hundreds of prize dogs, could not take chances. Tried in three weeks every rat disappeared. Noticed that the dogs never went I tell my .friends near Uso this sure about rodent it's safe. Comes in cake form. Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts, RAT-SNARAT-SNA- Big Real Estate Deal. Druggist, caster. Dec. Mr. J. W. Sweeney has just closed a deal with Mr. J. I. Hamilton selling that gentleman his entire real estate holdings consisting of his splendid farm on the Danville road, which purchase includes the Mrs. Pat Anderson farm, Mrs. Chenault farm and the farm adjoining nearer town. The .entire tracts contain about 380 acres and all as good as there s in and Haselden Bros, Lan the county. The price paid was not given out, but knowing ones tell us advertisement. it reached considerably over $100,-00Possession 0. g Ha r aware While Attending court. The Ky. Orphans Home Bethel School Mr. B. F. Evans. January 1921. will not be given until teacher, contributes $8.40. Locust Grovo School, Miss Mattie Bourne, teacher, $8.00. The total nmount given by Gar rard county to the Home is $1923.77. How Ha Endad Kldnay Troubla. I State Warrants Called In. FRANKFORT, Ky. Interest bear ing .State warrants of $1,500,000 redemption in tax were called ThursJsy by State Treasurer SherInterest will stop man Goodpuntcr. on these warrants on December 7. Tliey vera issuid between July 1, 1918, and January 31, 1919. Another call for warrants will be mad in three uccU. (:Conn Brothers. LET LIVE FOLKS." I iii ry "I had a severe attack of kidney trouble and for three weeks could not get out of doors and scarcely out of bed." writes C. E. Brewer, Village Springs, Ala. "Could not bend over at all without the most excruciating pains. I purchased a bottle of Foley Kidney Pills. Was relieved after first few doses and continued their use until completely cured. I consider Foley Kidney Pills the best kidney remedy in the world. No recurrence of my trouble." R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky, (adv.) Dec. 4th. It llarrodsburg, Ky., The remi of Dr. James S. Anderson, the "i Authori- dian" herbalist, who died at Somer were brought here last week oi special train and interred in the negro cemetery In a JJ.OOU r Many negroes of professional oil from Louisville and other sect were present at the obsequies. GUARD AGAINST IT UY BUILD- year ago Dr. Anderson gave $30,0. " to the negro nnptut College nt L ING UP THE BLOOD. ville. It is said he paid taxes norc than $1,000,000 worth of rr Papto-Manga- n CREATES Rich Rrd crty and loft $200,000 on deposit bank. He left no relativr Blood and Incraa.e. Stranglh. ami three months ago requested t Surgeon General Blue, of the Unit llcv. Francis Wilson, of the State . P. U. to bury him hero. A cost j ed States Public Health Service, in a recent statement from Washington, monument will be erected at I f warns the public that the much- - grave. dreaded influenza epidemic will probably return this fall and winter. All My medical authorities agree that the Dedicated to Hen. James II. Coir' weak, bloodless, rundown individual State Prohibition Officer. is more likely to contract this (as (Contributed) well as any other Infectious disease) The Sun sinks low o'er the old is the strong, robust, than home. ed man or woman. In view of these Tis winter, the skies nro all grn" facts, it Is wise to uso every effort to The corn Juice's low and It's' drear build up tha blood and thus Increase as the tomb, the bodily resistance to the invasion For tho Jug's been gurgling all thf of the germs of the disease. Gude's day. Pepto-Manga- n is an absolutely de The young folks "roll" on the little pendable d builder in all concabin floor, ditions of lowered vitality not due to But the "bones" give no one de serious disease of the vital organs. light; It Improves the appetite. Imparts col- - Right now dry times are knowing at or to the cheeks, and creates new the door, hope and ambition in those who have So, my old Kentucky borne, good become pale, weak, and listless. nlghtl Physicians recommend Gude's Pepto- Mangan. When you order, be sure "Smile" no more, my laddie," you'll the word "Gude's" Is on the package. "smile" no more todar. v Without Uude's" It Is not Pepto-Manga- n. tor the lld'i on tlxht In the old Furnished In both liquid Kentucky home, and tablet form. For sale by all In my old Kentucky home, jrono druggist. Public Health ties Predict Its old Kentucky Home ' Advertisement. astray. Robert Random. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 4. 1919. EAGLE PLANT Has SAYS NEIGHBORS GIVEN SURPRISE World's Record By The Change. Month. COULDN'T Ford Motor Company Complete And Deliver Eighteen Eagle. To Gov. ernmenl In Twenty-fiv- e Day.. The largest number of itrel or wooilen liullcil boats ever completed by one ship yard In one month's time were fully outfitted and turned over to the Navy Officials by the Kord Ship I'lnnt at Itlvcr liout'c (Detroit) Michigan during the month of September. As soon ns the boats arc commissioned by the Navy, they are dispatched to the New London or Portsmouth Navy Yards where they arc manned and ordered to join different squadrons of the U. S. Fleet. Forty-eigh- t of these Patrol Boats hate already been accepted by the Navy Department. The remaining twelve will be furnished and delivered sometime during the first part of November. As soon ns these arc commissioned the Ford Katie plant will hare furnished iu contract with the Government. Advertisement. MARKABLE TRUTONA UNDERSTAND IMPROVEMENT WROUGHT, RE SECTION 2 II. TUIRTIITHIYKAR NUMBER AN ASSET TO ANY MAN business car ycu want, one easy to handle and fit for any hind of travel, you owe If it's a THE UNIVERSAL CAR There are more than 3,000,000 Ford cars In daily service throughout the world, and fully eighty percent 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. WOMAN AVERS. Owensboro, My neighbors tion I was In, Haselden Bros, Garage Lancaster, Ky. 1 S 1 ADAPTABILITY I 1 Is one secret of Success. w I 12 i l The Weber is the Wagon That conforms to tho road without running; gear. strain on the I i I m I Wo invite inspection of this new wagon, you should see the new international 5th wheel. It dis- I I 1 tributes the strain on the bolster and sand board, and docs away with the chucking motion of the front gear on rough roads. ' Yours for Smooth Running, 1 Becker & Ballard I PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I You can buy at the right price of us SWEET DAIRY FEED, MIXED MILL FEED, GROUND BARLEY, I; Oats, Hay, Coal, Cement, Knauv.'ha salt, Sand, Gravel, Brick and Coal, Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. mmmmwm!mmmm!mmrmsm Ky., Dec. 3rd, 1319 who knew the condi before I began taking Trutona, are surprised to see me working again", Mrs. Fannie Grundy, woman of well known Owensboro fllO Triplet Street, said recently. "I'm certainly grateful for this new tonic, for it has given mc more reI've lief than any other medicine ever taken and I've tried most all of them", she added. "I had been troubled with of the stomach for the past 20 My bowels were in very bad years. I would be severely concondition, stipated for three or four days at n time nnd then, when I'd take some harsh laxative I'd have n hard time Naturally to check the bowel action. I became very weak. "I hail been bed fast for six weeks before 1 began taking Trutona. You can imngine my surprise, when nt the end of the first week's treatment I was able to get out of lied and began BRYANTSVILLE to do my housework ngain. I'm eat ing food now that I haven't dared to .Mrs. V. K. Davis is quite III. touch in the past two years. Why, I Mr. V. J. Ilroaddus ami son Louis can even cat corn bread now and were In Lexington Tuesday. that is one food that used to make Mr, K. K. Swopc sold his farm to me very sick. I have never bcfre Mr. Floyd Curtis for $18000. given n testimonial for any mcdicire, ' Miss Ilettic Scott was at her home but I feel that the public should know of the wonderful relief I've in Nicholasville Thanksgiving. bottle of Dr. II, A. Dawes nnd family spent gained from n Trutona." I Thnnkrgiving in Georgetown. Trutona is now being introduced J Miss Zillah Dawes is the guest of and explained In Lancaster, at It. E. Miss Scott Duncan in Louisville. McRobcrts Drug Store. Mrs. YV. K, Davis and Miss Fannie Advertisement. Dowden were Danville visitors Friday. (!) The licv. Mr. Bowling of Mt. Vcr. PAINT LICK non preached at Pleasant Grove Sunday, Mr. T. It. Slavin has pneumonia. Miss Stella Mae Grow and Mr. CurMrs. C. A. Long is on the sick list. tis Sanford spent Thursday In Little Margaret Conn has pneumonia. Mr. Charles Club of Nicholasville The W. C T. U. meets Friday Dec. spent the week end with his uncle, Gth at 2:30 P. M. Mr. W. K. Davis. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arnold enter tained all of their brothers and sis- Guynn on the 27th, a girl. Miss Stella McWhortcr of Lexingters at dinner Thursday. Mrs. It. I. Burton and Interesting ton, was a recent visitor here. Miss Fannie Kidd left Monday to children spent Thanksgiving with her accept a position in the Bryantsville sister, Mrs. Coy near Richmond. Mr and Mrs Floyd Curtis and fam- Bank. G. M. Treadway was in Louisville ily spent the day Sunday with Mr and the first of the week, purchasing Mrs Edd Simpson, at Teatersville. Rev. G. S. Conant, Mrs. Conant goods. HI Rev. Blakeley of Louisville filled and sons, attended the Orchestra Re cital In Wilmore Thursday evening. the pulpit at Walnutta last Friday Mr. Willie Anderson and family of night. Mr. Felix Estridge of London is Brights Bend were guests Thursday of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Sut the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Estridge. ton. Mary Catherine Buck of Louisvillo Mr. Pappose, a returned Greek soldier, gave a very interesting talk spent Thanksgiving with her cousin at the Mt, Olivet church, Thursday Miss Emma Hall. evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. Williams and son, Mrs. Charles Hcnnlngcr died at Charles of Madison, Ind returned (!) her homo Monday with pneumonia. home Monday evening. The interment took place in Lancas Miss Mabel Hall spent Thanksgivter Tuesday afternoon. ing ut home, bringing her cousin, Mr. Dewey Miss Fannie Kidd of Wallacetown Mifford of Frankfort with St ft arrived here Monday, She has ac her. cepted a position ns book-keepIn Miss Mabel Hall entertained a few the Bank of Bryantsville. couples at rook Thursday night in Mr. Dewey Tho W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. honor of her cousin, Floyd Curtis Tuesday afternoon. It Mifford. , will meet at the home of Mrs. W. K, Mrs. Bernard Hagan and little Davis on Friday before Christmas. daughter, of Livingston, spent the Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy spent week end with her brother, Mr. Fred Thanksgiving In Lancaster with Mr. Hall and family. and Mrs. J. K. Dickerson and family, Mr. E. E. Estridge has purchased and were accompanied homo by her 1 1 acres between Mr. Long's and Mr. brother, Mr. Paul Sutton. Hervey's and will build and move Miss Janio Bowling entertained ut there in the spring. n six o'clock dinner Friday In honor Mr. nnd Mrs. Bennett Itoop enterof her house guests, Miss Anna Lee tained the following at dinner SunKubanks of Stanford, and Miss Opal day, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wynn nnd Hendricks of Bowling Green. children, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hendren The ones making tho best grades nnd children and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. for the third month of school were Noc, First grade Agnes Merriman. Ballard Sebastian has resigned at Uughio Smith, Second grade tho Telephone exchange and Mr. Eugene Merriman. Third Grade William Woods and family are comFourth Grade rattie McCormack, ing from Lancaster to take charge. Fifth grade Price Doolin, Ballard has made a good operntor and Sixth grade Walter Conant. this community regrets his leaving. Seventh grade Ethyl Wylie. The following spent Sunday with R31 Eighth grudc I.ou.Uln Doolin. Mrs. I. C. Ruckcr and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. C, Rucker and son AnMr. Fred White Say., "Don't Idle Be. drew of Waco, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. cause You Only See One Rat." Williams and son, Charles, of Madison, lnd. , Mrs. Fannie Rucker of "I did, pretty soon I found my full. They ate my potatoes, Richmond. RAT-SNA- P I got 5 dead After trying SCRAWNY CALVES. rats. The rest later. They pass up The weak scrawny calf does not If tho potatoes to cat JtAT-SNAPthere are rats around your place fol pay you a profit. Give him B, A. Three, THOMAS' STOCK KEMEDY. He. example. low Mr. White's and constipation. sizes, 25c, 60c, fl.00. Sold and lieves indigestion guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store It makes them grow and thrive. Very J economical to use. Get it today. . and Haselden Bros. Lancaster. Ky. advertisement, Adv. W. A. Dickerson. Dec it to yourself to examine this capable Roadster. Wc know of no car that equals it for constant and economical service, or that handles with us much surety and quickness in tight places. Touring Cor, t!0T5 Roadster, $1074; I'.O.B. Pontile, Mich. Additional for wire wheel equipment. J74 ROGER ALDRIDGE, DEALER. LANCASTER.RY A Window Glass ALL ii SIZES. I Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. flcRoberts DRUG STORE. i IF Mr. Parmer- Remember that I:,we sell tbat good WESTERN ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT, Water Works see us. & Furnaces BASTIN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. 1 llG , Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. 'the freak house! After you eat fTefc TOU alwnya tike Dy JACK LAWTON. Tin- - woman III shabby Muck stopped before a house set buck on n rolling s on u Feeling-Stops food sourinif, luun In roml again Hip uddre-srepeating, and all stomach miseries. pe.per lie carried. Yo, this m un"A AUa rfiaatflM mmi mIU. JKtrv ttrjmittl doubtedly the place she sought. fri'iik house," the cmplnj incut agent had railed It, "built In Imitation of nn nlil thatched cottage In Ireland." "These singers nn mostly freaks ngont ndded, "een R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. themsch es," the If they do him lota of money." Tin' woman smiled ni she gazed at eager light i the house mill a wistful, cnine Into her eyes. The freak house (PLANT NOW) a rihhI Imitation uhii spacious ii The over FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, linen. Homer-frame- dlow, drooping roof broughta doorway rear BLOOMING SHRUBS, bnek poignantly n iiieinury of her own girlhood. In such u dinirway she had GRAPE VINES, stood, looking down the long roml, EVERGREENS, over which nt cwnlng her handsome PERENNIALS, Imcr lnd hail been wont to come. She rcmcmbcriHl the musical lilt of his RHUBARB, the "soft blue eyes tolce ns he ROSES, of her," or touched adoringly the rose HEDGE, of her you ns cheeks. "They ore wild Irish roses, Nance," ETC. her lover would say. Nan's roe hud FREE Illustrated Catalog. faded long ugo to faint pink shadows NO ACENTS. of what they had been. The wonderland of America where she had come n hopefully failed to bring fulfillment LEXINGTON. KY. of her dreamt. Nance had plctureil 11-It. eusy ludcpcnilrnru here n she closed forever the door of the thatched cottage upon her desolated home. JOHN WHITE & CO, The laughing lrih hid had LOUISVILLE, KY. long gone on his fortune-seekin- g wny, Llbaral assortment N'auce lost her buoyant health In rd aari full value the great city, as years had taken her I youth's freshness. Work suitable to FURS her strength was bard to And, but Hl and somehow she managed, and her bright Osatakiaa ' spirit lived through all the broken ' dreams. I l.ast evening the advertisement had caught her eye; she had been sewing NEW In u hot city room, ami the promise i of country ulr and green fields was FARM BULLETIN sufficient to form her decision. She in person the ndvertlse- , would nuswer I ment. Now Ready For Hut ns she stood there seemed no " . Distribution need for hurry In this peaceful scene. She passed to the rear flower-frnme- d Mores than. 5ft fanna described. Get yow name- - ou oor mailing door and raised a wooden lis at once knocker. It was n uniformed maid led her Into the comfortable room who Semonin -- Goodman of the resigning housekeeper. That Incorporated person, nfter one keen glance, sighed rellevedly. "At last." she said. "I see mv wut Louisville. Kentucky. clear to go. You have the appearance Intelligent help Is alof capability. most Impossible these ANGUS- especially In this to findspot. days, lonely It's nil right for, the great folks who go and come from the city. For servants the situation Is not Inviting. Your dlfll- culty will, be In keeping cooks and finding maids. However, that's up to you. Mr. O'Nell Is away from home , so much on his singing tours that you will probably be able to manage nt se Registered Aberdeen An- least while he's here" Nance put out un Interrupting hand. gus Cattle for sale anytime 'This Is Mr. O'Nell's home!" she Two-hors- e "Not Larry cither sex any age. Also regis- asked unbelievingly. O'Nell, the Irish tenorl" tered Poland China Hogs. Big type The housekeeper nodded. I "Didn't you know?" she asked, "livA. D. BRADSHAW, er) body hereabouts hits beard of his early Irish home and how when he WALKER BRADSHAW. made Ills money he tried to Imitate the thatched cottage as well as could Lancaster, Ky. be done In grand style. Ills old mother lhed with him here till she J. A ... died. Mr. O'Nell Is a fine man and a f home-lovin- g one too, though none of those Idolizing women have tempted hint to give up his bachelorhood, lie's home now, as It happens, an' has been troubled about my going. He relies upon me a great deal. Hut my people neeil me now. Will you let me see your reference, Mrs. " "Miss," corrected Nance. "I'm Miss Nance Hawn. I have no reference as .SniitliArTvflnfi'al Co. housekeeper, only as to character. I . hoped If you'd be willing to try me Incorporated for n few days" "I'm a f mid I'll be forced to," the Manfacturera oPerfect-Flttln- i housekeeper said dubiously, "If I wish to get away." , SPECTACLES AND She was efficient In her new work; the departing housekeeper with satEYE GLASSES isfaction discovered this fact before the second day of trial was over. The singer's especial sanctum took on an Krjptaks Artificial Eye Inexplicable air of homeness upon that second evening. His cigar stund IorUllile ttlfocal Lens was Just where It should be, and nu Irish ballad lay uou his piano. Illy Uncle Ebsn Says ho sat nnd played It through, the "Chlllun must be a heap smarter dan lamplight glinting his silvering hair dcy once was. It's pufilckiy beautiful 4th c Chestnut Sta. "When I dream of old Ireland," he de way dey makes dclr parents obsy." LOUISVILLE. KY. sang, "I'm dreaming of you." A wouuin stood behind him when be turned, a little woman In a sprigged She wns holding GET SLOAN'S FOR lutciider dress. toward him respectfully a tray with cup of coffee on It. Hut Larry u YOUR RELIEF O'Nell Jumped unbelievingly to his feet. "Nunce," he cried, "Nance, dear The undersigned hereby give warn-Vi- s to all persona not to trespass upon after nil these years I" And when You don't have to rub it in to get quick, comfortour lands for any purpose whatever later the great singer and the happy hand clasped In hand the woman ts we will prosecute all offenders to woman sat ing relief smiled with the old shyness the fullest extent of the law. Hunt he remembered so well, Onct you've tried it on that atlfT ers and fishermen especially take "And so. Lorry," sho said, "I decidnotice. ed not to be u drag uion you when Joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheumatic twinge, lame back, you'll find K. L. Elldn, you wtu-finding your wonderful Mrs. Cora Phillips, a warm, soothing relief ou never voice und making it perfect," Emma Daniels, Mrs. thought a liniment could produce. "You ran uway," the man reWon't stain the skin, leaves no muss, It. L. Arnold-Mr-s. proached her, "and none could tell wastes no time in applying, sure to Sarah J. P. Hartley, give quick results. A large bottle where you'd gone." Mrs. Emma Illfislnbotham, "I was never fur uwuy from you, means economy. Your own or any 15. Price. Edd and N. other druggist has it Get it today, dear," Nauce said. "Often us ou 35c 70c. $1.40 S. C. an2 I listened. It wus Joy to learn D. M. Andersoa. that, even In tao possession of your beautiful home you still remembered it. L. Barker D. L. Kttley. the old- -" "When I dreamed of old Ireland." J. C. Rlssby. he sang softly, "I was dreaming of Mrs. Victoria Anderson, ' you." Thompson and Tracy WMttis IHWW VaUsI FATONIC M Instantly reUoTeaHMrtborn, . Bloat-dCaa- mm trnlR-co- r sti , Ky.. Thursday Dec 4, 1919 TREES, TREES OF m Three 12 Pow- prall Live Stock and H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons her Implements AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. r'rn HAVING SOLD MY FARM, I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT MY PLACE ON THE LEXINGTON PIKE, NEAR BRYANTSVILLE, ON Thursday, Dec. 11 One aged mule; Two mules coming three years old; Three mules coming two years old; Two Hay Frames; One-tw- o kaBMlMBMBlB The following live stock and implements: - One mare, three years old; Two milk cows; One yearling Heifer; Two Yearling Steers; LAND Calves; One Sow and Eight Pigs; One 200 pound Gilt; 6 or 8 Fat Hogs, weight about SOCVpoundsT' Horse Sled; One Frazier Cart; One Fodder Wagon; Three STOCK FARM Wagons; One Binder; Two Mowers; Two Grain Drills; One Steel Roller; Three Riding Corn Planter; Two Cutting Harrows; One I. H. C. Hay Press, six Cultivators; One horse power; One Dump Rake; Two Section Harrows; Four Vulcan Turning Plows, Number and 13; One Tobacco Plow; Four Double Shovel Plows; One Number 9 Silage Cutter; One fTTfff tttfftf ffff f fff er Crusher; One Table Saw; One Wheat Fan; One Corn Sheller; One Cider Mill; One Grind Stone; One Scalding Box; Some Rock Tools, consisting of Sledges, Drills, etc. Several Bee Gums; About One Hundred barrels of Corn; 200 Shocks of Fodder; Some $20.00 and under, cash in hand. Over that amount, a credit of six months, Household and Kitchen Furniture. TERMS: with negotiable note bearing six per cent interest. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. R, K, SWOPE Generally Does. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Courts ijuv-ilo- In Athletics. The trouble with the fellow who Is Experiment In l.'ngland with a new In answer to the "What so disagreeable that ho "says It to bacterlzed peat fertiliser h'ato result- are the rhe great races of uinnklndt" your face" I that he Is likely to boast ed In remarkable Increase In plant a Chinese student "The 100 about lt afterward. growth and productivity, while plants yards, the hurdles, the quarter-mile- , New Plant Fertiliser. POSTED PAH Red Tape Citadel "Circumlocution olllce" Is a description used by tho great uovclrst, Charles Dickens, In his book, "Llttlo Dorrlt," to rldlculo nfflclul delays and Indirectness. It Is described as tho chief of "public departments In tho art of perceiving how not to do It." The name has como Into popular use as a synonym for governmental routine, "red and delay Id tape," procrastination transacting public business. In the Days of Utavor Hats. In tho olden days In tho United States soon after tho Revolutionary war, ii ijood braver hat became a kind of family heirloom, and was bunded down from father to son. For somo strange reusun It was considered to be rather frit ohms and vitruvagant to be seen wearing a new beaver hat, and It was tho custom when i man bought one to leavo'lt out In stormy weather before wearing It, to "take the newness off." believed to be dying Imvi- - been to better than normal the mile and the three mllo." Timet Have Chanjed. It Is snld that th,. lHmt S,ee In Philadelphia will l... in,ooo n day as In Prof. the result of golnic, from the three-cen- t Angelo Mosso's emphatic declaration: back to the two-eeirate for letters. 'i:iry ugly thing told to the child, evThat happen to be exactly the sum ery shock, every fright ghen htm, will which ItchjMinln franklin was able to remain like minute splinters In the turn over to (irent llritaln In unnual llesli, to torture him nil hi life long.' " revenue from the ,M oillcen In tho "Psychology and Parenthood," by II. colonic In ITU, nfter he had put In Addlugton llruce. four jours of hard .rU lu creat'ng a Iwstnl system. Qarden of Eden In Mexico? A prehistoric race that lived In MexTo Take Daby's Picture. ico centuries before Cortes ever arAnyone who has rived thero to crush lliu power of the a dlllleult task to tried It knows It Is picAltec kingdom, was a cirlllsed people ture of an ucllve-- tako on Indoor child, lly placing who were flooded out of esUi.ii-.- . i.v the subject near u sunny window, but a deluge that swept the valley of Mex not In the direct sunlight, uud with a ico, as relics picked up near the rapl. sheet fixed at onu side, high euough tul city prove, and some writers ussert so that It that Mexico was the site or the i,..,.n,. heud. good reaches above the subject's nlng of man and that It was In this the child results inuy be obtained. If nits on tho Hoor. the sheet valley that Noah set forth for his y will be high enough thrown over- two tour or ta flooded world. chairs. Fear in the Child. "There Is a world of truth l - IMC T. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 4, 1919 THE ARMY DENTIST Dome Broth motopl m Dy EMMA P. WILLIAMS. je llin 5 L2ry?eirtew?rirv?er,it J Sn3 5W 3 V5 The massive touring cur idiot through Hinge nnd wan lout In the cloud of dint Hint rose In Its wake. Vir ginia's eyes filled with longing nsthey followed the rnr, then dropped wilt- fully lo the letter In her hiuid. "If only I could follow the trull of the nutouiiihlle," she murmured longingly. "Why couldn't I, nnywny?" cntne dellntitly as she lifted the teller Mid reread the offer which opened to her the rhiitico phc sought so elderly, tho opiiortiuilty to return cityward. In tench, to he one of the mil lion active human, beings Instead of existing In n hnlf-deuvillage. Mng mint, disinterested. She gromied nloud. Of what ue were her Jenrs ut college, her Strug-glto graduate at the hend of her class, If nil must end this wny? A idlght sound aroused her ntten- Hon a honk falling from the limply rinsed lingers of her mother, who had fnllen nsep In the rocking chair. Tho oft lace on her bosom rose and fell gently, evenly; and one large tear strayed "lowly down her cheek. "What was idle dreaming of, to cnue the tenr" Virginia wondered, and Instantly surmised the nnsuer. In a twinkling, the tempting letter was nnd tosved Into turn Into fragment the fireplace. Virginia's decision wns mnde. Makes Such Light, Tasty Biscuits Just let mother call. "Biscuits for Breakfast!" W e're sure there's a trcsit thnt c:iii't he beat in store litiht, tender biscuits for us toasty brown and all pulled up with goodness I For mother is sure of her baking powder Lalumct. She never disappoints us because KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. Only One. llttli Klrl tin il u twin brother and Mir. Now, she was used to the cat f lloi jraux, l'rnncc, lias n lightness, n iorfume, nnil .1 particularly delicate mlng kittens and only one- - of the So when snvor which Jiave given It a world- kitten fnmlly being kept. wide reputation and made It on Im- her father brought tho twins down to how her she guu-ut them earnestly esport nuc a portant arttclo of of wealth for Hi producer. Most pop-ul- for a xmall space of time, thru raid. Is the oil from Nice Imported un- "Pa. lily, I think we'd lirttcr keep that one'" 1'olntlng, ai the thought, to der the Bordeaux trade-uiark- . the prettier one I A World' Flntst OlTve Oil. Tlir olive nil produced In the region Jade Favorite Gem In China. Unlit green Jade I tho favorite rem of China, und It Is dldlcult to get the tono In uncut form even In thnt coun-- , try. Sometimes n rich Chlnnmnn'a estate will consist In part of a lump of Jado. Sometimes It enn he obtained In pound. Hut even the lending Jewel rrs of Hongkong usuUly obtain It la cut form. t I ! 40 ACRES OF , (WtmtR COUNTY LAND M. The Property of J. Lillard At AUCTION Saturday, Dec. 6th, TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. Located on the Jackson Pike, one mile from State Pike,v five miles Harrodsburg, on Southern Railroad, adjoining flag station, one mile of of school, three miles to church, shipping point and switch at corner of farm. 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 are going to sell it quick. For further particulars and to show you the farm see the owner on the farm, or Mrs. Marsh was delighted when she Her CAKING POWDER learned of Vlrglnln'it decision. merry hrown eyes gleamed mischiev never disappoints her. n Inter day, she ously, and when, on dependable. Results told her daughter of the expected of Dr. Ilniest Harlow, a family always the same the best. friend, her eyes twinkled again. Try tt. Virgin! wns making tlnky biscuits He sat on when the guest arrived. Calumet contains only such Infjre-dicn- ts the fHil porch with mother, and unas liave been approved offi der the spell of her hroad sympithy, cially by the U.S. Fowl Authorities. 'Three he told of his experiences. You Save When You Bay years of service In the hospitals work! Hard, nere-mcklnaliroad. You Save When You Uie Must recuperate before starting In with dental practice on this side of HIGHESTawardI the great ocean. Need of dentists In Terrific I guess ye.! the army? demand; no rest, day after day." So he conversed, and later, "I'm tired of everything. That's, the way I feel. Just Don't want to see the exhausted. street cars, the theaters, anything beDon't even longing to civilization. want to see a girl again I" Virginia pricked up her ears nnd To Prevent Fire. listened more Intently, Duty Always Imperative. Taint piper lamp shades with solo-In- n "Oirls are kllllngly silly about a uniIf you have no friends to share or reThey will not catch joice In your success In life. It Is no mean well, but of nlum. form. Of course they re so easily. hen n mnn Is worn to a frnnle, he less Incumbent on you to move steadcan't he bothered with a giddy, simily In the rath of duty. Walter Scott pering flirt." The Linen Sheet. Virginia rnng the bell for dinner. It was In the reign of King John Few May 8ee Her Face. Wheif Mr. Marsh led the doctor to that linen sheets for beds began to be woman may The Mohammedan dining hoom no Virginia used. The sheriff of Southampton, on show her face only to men whom the attractive she was In sight. A telephone call ap- his receiving the honor of knighthood, may not marry. This means that a prised Mrs. Marsh of the fact that was ordered to deliver to the king's man may see the face of his mother, her daughter was lunching with a valet a couch, a bed nnd a pair of wife, sisters, daughters, aunts, and neighbor. Mrs. Marsh smiled know- linen sheets. none other of the women of his class. ingly, urging her guest to eat. He In nonchalantly, but the lusstarted How Cruell Observation of Oil Belt Philosopher. cious vegetable salad, the hot biscuits Edith "Loss of sleep, yon know, V scientist has just discovered that and tender sliced chicken tasted as means loss of beauty." Maud 'In 3sh are Intelligent. We had observed A no nectar tasted to the gods. Ice cold milk was deed. How long have you been tron- - also that they don't bite on everything foaming glass of tliut comes along. Baxter Citizen. Then the raspberry bled with Insomnia" soon emptied. short cake, and the gooseberry Jam! "You are a wonderful cook," declared the tired doctor. "Cilve all the praise to Virginia," Mrs. Marsh returned. "I haven't met your daughter yet. Where Is shol" Doctor Harlow looked around eagerly, "She doesn't tare for men," smiled Mrs. Marsh. "They are such silly flirtatious creatures as n rule, nut you will meet her sometime, I suppose." Mfe from thnt dny became very Interesting to Virginia Marsh. Community work and city environment were forgotten In the new game of dodging the attractive young man who couldn't be bothered with girls, but who very plainly showed his desire to become better acquainted with the clever I housekeeper, whose- picture found Its He met her, of way to his bureau. course, and tried to Interest her In.hU Huropenn adventures, but there was an n dullness In her mnnner which Irritated and stung him Into a determinaM. tion to win her attention. One evening he Induced her to padW. dle across the lake with him. Far out from the shore he trailed his paddle carelessly behind him nnd leaned towards the girl, grimly determined "Virto Jiave his say uninterrupted. ginia, I can't get you oft my mind at all. I'm mad about you, so wildly In love that you've got to give me one word of encouragement or I'll I'll well. I don't want to think what I might do. Couldn't you cure enough for" me to he my wife J" Virginia's eyes drooped to hide from Hillhim Uie light of love thnt rose triumphantly thrilling. "I gave upsn career to stay with my mother. Tor Bugthe same reason I must renounce nil thougtit of mnrrjlng. I cannot leave her." ( "Couldn't we take the little mother with us, VlrglnlnJ" "Sis' would die of homesickness, for he hiss lived hero all her life. No, .the would refuse to go, I nm CALUMET It's It It D III j lili Having decided to make my home in Indiana, will on Friday, December 12th, '19 sure;." SWINEBROAD, or W.E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. The Real Estate Man. Lancaster, Ky. The doctor's Jirow grew wrinkled. He gritted his teeth jind looked more determined than ever, more ready for the battle. Virginia spoke so softly that Doctor Harlow had to shift out of his seat In the canoe to kneel beside the reclining girt. "Say It again Virginia," he . ordered. "There Isn't a dentist In town," Virginia, smiling Into his eyes. (Copxrtiat, tru), WoClur Newspaper Bra AT ONE P. Simpson, on Scott's Fork On the farm of J. creek, sell the following personalty property; One Good Saddle mare, eight years old, safe 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 side plow; Double shovel plow; Single shovel Plow; One Number One good Rubber Tired gy 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 in hand, over that amount a credit of six months, with notes bearing six per cent interest. i - 41t.l ROUTE NO. 3. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. W, A. Turner, LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 4, 1919 Want to Feel Just Eight? Take an NR Tonight JUST TRY tT AND SEC haw much Wttar haaa'aahr, Urad, SECURE WINTER FUEL FROM FARM WOODLOT Town Markets Will Keep Active tor Several Months. Excellent Opportunity Afforded to Im prove Woodland Dy Removing Poorer, Less Valuable Trees Let Good Onei Grow. by the United Statu Depart ment of Agriculture.) Many farmers now hnvp their homo supplle of wood for winter fuel, but tlio town markets will keep nctlvo for several months, nml thousands of ctrd of wood will atlll be cut for local use on the farm. In cutting cordwood, an excellent opportunity Is afforded to Improve the us t fl fttin is In Oia manilaf. That "tMT." will b f an vull laal fla. lot ' Impurities that your digestive and climtnttlte organs can't get tM of. Pill), oil, silti, calomel nnj ordinary Luitirn, cathartics anJ purges on')p 'ofce n bowtli and prod the liver. Svafcra 'a fcmect(NR Tablets) acts on the stomach, liver, bowels and even kidneys, not forcing, but ton log and strengthening then organs. The mult is prompt relief and teal, luting benefit. Make the test. Nature's Remedy will act promptly, thoroughly, yet so mildly, to Rcntty, that yon will think nature her self has come to the rerun and is doing the work. Andoh,nhat areliefl EM tael TROUBLE IS, your system A man't bat pat it histmoke) (lYeprcd Yall aw t lerwlfail mach aattH roq brlcaier, bettaratary wari In Kea roMltton foil feauat yar It Bibtmltr ai kr tiriteJ. ilk on Ml Ta' it rB alihi lar a week. Tnra roa'll aol lata totu mad!" amy air. Jal aa cwcanoail h. Tibitt anal uoid.attokera "Knew we'd get together" Cites. K(iwra(ll Cctazs Box Field K. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. LPRE'S Xlr field. -- the particular smoke whore the particular smoker Chester- - KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Other Seed is being sold under their name. The gen' uine improved "Standing Up" Burley Tobacco Seed raised by B. L. KELLY & SONS, can be procured only from the raiser and is not genuine unless put up in packages having a of their signature as shown below which Trade Mark is now patented and on file in the U. S. Patent office at Washington, Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed picked from best pods, produced by Champion Tobacco Growers of selected Kentucky for the past twenty-fiv- e years. fac-simil- t) Clean Up the Woedlot and Get a Sup ply of Fuel for Winter at Sam Time. woodland by removing the poorer, leu valuable trees, leaving the better ones to grow. Many farmers who have never before given this subject thought are taking n real Intereat, because they see how quietly nature responds In better growth when given a little guidance and aid. The kinds of material to be re moved for firewood Include trees tin' suitable for lumber, crooked trees crowding out straight ones, badly dis eased and decaying trees, email trees overtopped nnd stunted by larger and better ones, dead trees that are mostly sound, tree tops left from fonnsr cut tings, and trees of the less valuable kinds, where others of greater value are present which need the room and will prove faster money-maklptrees, Handling farm woodlands lightly It an Indispensable part of profitable farm management. If lists of manufacturers or other Information are desired regarding wood-sawinportable outfits, and g ana ma chinery, the forest service of the de partment of agriculture will be glad, to furnish such material upon request. ROOFED SILO Particular K right! Not only do wo uso the four choicest varieties of Turkish ton bacco Xanthl, Cavalla, Smyrna and but to these we add the rich, leares of specially choice Domestic tobacco. Fine as these tobaccos are, It's the exclusive process by which they are blended that gives to Chesterfields that satisfying body, that mellow richness which makes n smoku mean something. Chesterfields certainly do satisfy ns no other cigarette has satisfied you before and to top It off, they are packed in a glass-in- c paper package that preserves for you all of that delicious flavor. Sam-Eousun-ripened PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. I nesiememm 20 for 20 cents CUNN'S CHAPEL. 111 afi 4 SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. Send all Mail Orders to "--and IS PREFERRED the blend can't be copied Helps Prevent Freezing of Silage, Keeps Out Snow and Protects Walla of Silo. R. F. D. No. 1, (Trade JIark Patented) '1 B. L. KELLY & SONS. R. F. D. NO. 1. LANCASTER, KY. Farm For Sale On account of the death of Mr. J. C. Coldwell we wish to sell privately the Pierce Farm. (Dr It. U PATTT, South Dakota. Biparl mem oiBuon., The old notion that It Is unnecessary to roof the silo was wrong. Experience shown that a silo roof helps to prevent the freezing of the silage, keeps out snow, protects the silo walls when empty, and thereby adds to Its life service. The roof Is neces.nry on n stave silo to give It rigidity In addition to protec tion. If the roof Is nut on after the llo Is filled, no Inside scaffolding Is necessary. common types of silo roofs are shingled, concrete, light hollow brick, prepared roofing on tight sheathing and metal. The roof should match the silo. If one builds a flro and wind proof silo, he should by all means put on a fire and wlndprooof roof. The roof should be made to last as long as the silo. A short-liveroof should not be put on a long-livesilo. last week. Mrs. 11. M. Kurtz wns Jlr. II. M. Kurtz wns In Lexington on business Friday. Miss Verna Itny spent Thursday This farm is situated on the Stuarts pike 3 miles from PORK REQUIRED FOR WINTER Danville and contains 233 acres of land, a comfortable two story frame residence in good repair, also three good tenant Farmers Who Rait Hogt, Kill and Cur Their Own Meat Save Cost of Marketing. houses. This place is watered by pond, well and three never failing springs, and is fenced with wire fencing, all of which is Torkcrs ought to be crazing In fields and pastures getting food to in good condition. transform Into pork for your winter meat supply. If not This farm is in high state of cultivation being regarded enough bogs for farmers do meat raits their own wbo will? as ouo of the" best producing tracts of land in Hoyle County. Some one must supply farm homes Farm contains CO acres of wheat, 30 acres of Rye, and with pork, bacon, lard and sausago. Those who buy from the stores are balance is In bluo grass, clover and timothy. This place has likely to find the cost of handling excessive. But who raise the always raised the best quality of tobacco and hemp, the tobacco kill and cure thoso own meat will hogs, save their having on one occasion topped the market at Lexington nnd a the cost of marketing. hemp crop of 1800 pounds to the acre having been grown on WATCH FOR NOXIOUS PLANTS this land. Barn room for six acres of tobacco. Make Sura That None Co to Seed end Prevent Spreading of Root SUIka Will sell to give possession on January 1st, 1920, with or Perennials. customary terms of sale. Ia looking for quack crass It would with Mrs. Cordelia Davis. Miss Mary Lee Kurtz was a truest of Miss Iva Hollon Friday. Mr. Wesley Simpson was in Itich- mond recently on business. Knows Where to Look. Thursday. First Farmer "How do you find Mr. Sam Murphy sold 3 hogs to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teatcr,, Mr. your new hired man, HzryJ" Second Mr, Newt Sanders at IB cents. Frank Itny ami children, Mrs. Ilet-ti- e Farmer "I look In Ihe shad of th Mr. J. D. Ilobbitt purchased a cow Simpson and baby, Mr. and Mrs. tree nearest hla work." f Mr. Robert Lone; price $100. Mr. Iicckhnm Hollon has accepted position in Sand Springs, Okla. Mr. Frank Land purchased 10 head f cattle from Mr. Hottoms ut 8 cts. Mr. Ben Humphrey was n recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mosle of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson Richmond were here with relatives Mrs. Sparks were guests of Mr. and Mrs-- (Icorge Stevens, recently. Mr. II. M. Kurtz zrcceived the news last week that his mother who lives near Harrodsburg, Is suffering from a broken shoulder sustained by n fall. Mesdames Allen Tenter, Joe Ray nd children, Clarence McC'ulley and son and Miss Myrtle Tcatcr were guests of Mrs. Josiah McCulley on Willie Simpson were among the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster Sunday. Misses Zula Calico and Annie Mae were entertained at the home of Misses Resale and Ilernice 3'eatcr Tusdny night. Prof. Caskey Tomer-li- n wns also n guest at supper Turs day evening. recently. Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and Master Geo. Kurtz were guests of Mrs. John Land Monday. Mr. John Land was with Mr. Kd Naylor of Murksbury from Thursday ENGRAVING Ton buy thh nn t In order tn . until Saturday. Mrs. Sim Itny and Miss Agnes Kay f Poor Itidge were recent guests of Mrs. J. W. Dalley. Mr. John Land sold his entire crop of tobacco to Messrs Newt Hardin , nd Dewey Dniley nt CS cents. Mr, James Padgett continues in a1 serious condition at the home of hill laughter, Mrs. Freeman Davis. Rev. Younir will fill his regular nnoolntments at the M. K. church here) Saturday evening and Sunday. Mrs. Robert Long, Miss Francii '.ong and Mr. W. P. Long spent hanksgivlng with Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray. Mr. Bud Sexton of Iirodhead, Mr. and Mrs. Willie B. Stevens, Mr. and cheap entn-ivtipointing. Our work Is tho Hnn.larii. .!; Iteaoso . Ve,j m;'-:-- . eronnmts. Oond nrtntin la on ehoap (in v i. wturaiur, duvau. , (, . """"Mi. engravers .and .Stationer LOOIHVILLI5 see complete line of samples. Call at Central Record office and iiiwiiipniiiiiiiii I. M. DUNN & CO., Real Estate Brokers. ' ' Danville, Kentucky. be well to watch also for other noxious weeds, making sure that nono go to seed and that the root stalks of perennials are prevented from spreading as much possible. ti i The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dec 4, 1919. PRODUCTION 7 POSSIBLE TO DOUBLE 4 MM PREVENT Neglect cf a simple cold is often" 1 the direct ciuse of irotumoria. Chil- - U dren do not like to tike nauseating medicine but do like the soothing n H effect ol the external remedy, OF COWS PUBLIC OF Success of Dairymen Due Greatly to Quality of Animals. Farmer Should Ellmlnte Low ductra From Htrd and Feed Atccrdlng to Production Adds to Prof.ts. Pre-- 1 Ill'tir.itJ y h Unlif.l Flutes tvpart-- I mint of Ann. ulture.; Dairymen In the Unltetl SLUM nre divided Into three clause those who ultimately fail and abandon the bust-nc- f: those who eke out a limited ex- - J Istence, and those who succeed. In-- . variably, ttw uccs tt the propim-- ' principally due to ' lvt dairyman I the quality tif his cows. He climbs to ) Live Stock and mm waxtwi siaui inc coo Trime Vapome".la Salve it by thi fillrJthe rubbingand t!clightlul the chcit TIm ijv- - rmH li Personalty. 5 idst irr.s. crocp lew i r'if cuidi. nut, eaasjil r ribburi xf t pnrtnnorfl In Irom L3 It a t t Duchess Skylark Ormsby. I " ti 1 j: i .1 lief ft Rf con kv r & tfortot M 1. tU Biul CI til irJ to tl.ZO ftorn Having sold our farm and expecting to locate elsewere, and further to dissolve our partnership, we will sell at public auction, at the James N. Denny farm, on Richmond pike, near Hiattsville, on Wednesday, Dee. One Pair of Mules, and G S50-poun- Oth, 79 One beginning at TEN O'CLOCK promptly, the following live stock and other personalty: years old; One two year old Horse Mule; Two Mare Mule Colts: One Filly Colt; One three year Old Filly, by Bluecher; One Mare eight years old, with foal to Jack; One Eleven year old Harness and Saddle Mare; Three cows, good milkers; Two Calves; steers; Three Yearling Heifers; One Ten Good Yearling Steers; Nine d gysHeifer, Registered; 12 or and Harness; Three-two 15 Red Berkshire Sows and Gilts; 24 Sheep, all good ones; Buggy and Harness; One Brake Cart; One Double set of Harness and Pole; Six Grass Strippers horse wagons; Cutting Harrow; Plows of all kinds; Cultivators; Wheat Two Hemp Brakes; One Deering Mower; One Swinging Hay Stacker; horse Gasoline Engine; One Cutting Box; One Corn Sheller; One Drills; One Self Binder; Two Horse Corn Planter; One Horse Corn Planter; One Roller; Hemp Machines; Twenty-fiv- e 1-- Three Sweep Rakes; One 2 2 Wheat Fan; Three Galvanized Tanks; One Hog Oiler; One hog box; One pair Fence Stretchers; Lot of Lumber and Fence Posts; Several Hog Houses; 50 Barrels of Corn; 8,000 Tobacco Sticks; About 50 Shocks of Fodder; Blacksmith and Carpenters Tools; Hoes, Rakes, Mowing Blades, etc; A Lot of White Leghorn Chickens; Some Household and Kitchen Furniture; One two-room ten- ant house, now on the farm of Walker Sisters, to be removed; Many other things found on a well equipped farm. TERMS Liberal and made known on day of sale. COMPANY freedom from financial worry on the H. Wi:i...,wa,(i.C. backs of big producers. Is Impossible for the average daiIt ry cow of the United .States even to npproaek the remarkable production I The Roman Fare. record of DurVss Skylark Ormshy, The Unman soldiers, who built such who produced In a year 1,205.09 wonderful ronds nnd carried n weight pounds of hutterfat. equivalent to three-fourth- s of a ton of butter. But of armor nnd baggage, lived on coarse It Is possible for dairymen, the coun- brown bread nnd sour wine. They were try to double the present pro- temperate In diet nnd regular and conduction of their herds. To Increase stant In exercise. The Spanish pens-aworks every day nnd dances half the production of the average dairy cow from 100 to 320 pounds of hut- 'the night, yet ents only black bread, terfat a year would not be difficult, onion nnd wnter legion. uccordlng to dairy experts, and would "2c nv: c n Algiers. Increase net profits out of proportion "Zoiiiim- i I'rit.th name taken to production costs. from that of ti .:e In Algiers nnd this This should be the aim of every kind of lh,vr Infantry was first em- dairy progressivefarmer. He should eliminate the low producers from his ployed In tlu't enmtry In 1S31, the herd and feed the remainder accord- members being Algerians and dressh uniforms. Other ing to known production. He should ing In Improve the foundation stock with the countries. Including the United States, hate adopted the Zouave system slnce. Idea of making the daughters yield ns much more milk than their dams ns In the Civil war, and the Italian, aspossible. This practice In a few Fen- sault upon Rome In 1ST0, they were erations would greatly Increase pro- conspicuous. In the latter case deduction, decrease the cost of feed nnd fending the papal supremacy. ndd much to the profit and pleasures of dnlry farming. Solitude. Whit period do you think I recall frequently and most willingly PLAN FOR BUILDING UP SOIL dreams? Not the pleasures of i tith; they are too rare, too much Acid Phosphate, Limestone, Tile and I with bitterness and now too Manure Form Basis for Increast. I recall the period of my se- ing Fertility. 1, of my solitary walks, of the ; hut delicious days that I have The Ohio experiment station has I entirely by myself, with my worked out during a series of years a I dog, my old cat. with the rlan for soil building which farmers if the field, the hinds of tho In nny state might study. As a basis with nil nature und her lncon-- i' of comparison. It Is shown that certain ! , Author. Rousseau. fertility standards may be adopted. e On n farm fertility standards as compared with results secured In Cees Distinguish Colors. experimental work at the Ohio station Trlments have shown that bees show that 10 tons of add phosphate uiipuUh different colors, but differ-li- t per year, a carload of limestone, a mile colors acquire significance for of tile and the production of 400 loads when the Insects have learned of manure annually would form a prof- tr c. ruin colors arc associated with itable basis for Increasing soli feradvnntugcs. .'m nutritive The tility. " they j. s arc not This wonld also call for the grownot compelled by any organic ing of about 40 acres of clover, as the chromotroplsm to prefer certain col- -' use of legumes In connection with to others. They accumulate ex-- , manure, phosphorus and limestone on "rtence and remember that certain drained land, produces the best re- 'i r- - nre associated with certain nu- -' sults. Such a plan of fertility reconUJve benefits. struction Is regarded as necessary because the greater part of the soil in Ohio has been fanned for at least fifty years nnd these fertility elements must , be supplied In reasonable quantities now, or later In very much larger I amounts, at an Increased cost. IS If upon fe KM rret mieiu BRAKE DP.UG or, W. B. AND S. M. DENNY. W. T. KING, Auctioneer. Cut This Out It's Worth Money. Don't miss thla. Cut out this atip encloso with 5c and mull It to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name nnd mldrcsa You will receive In return a clearly. containing Koley'a trial package for Honey and Tar Compound, coughs, coUla and croup! Foley Kidney Tills for pain in ride and back; rheumatism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablcti, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for constipation, biliousness, headache, nnd sluggish bowels. It. E. McKoberts, Druggist. (udv.) Dec. 4th. It. Mrs. Owen Kast. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin I'nrson and Miss l'ricc visited Mrs. Dewey l'rice first of the week. Mr, Frank (iullcy of Nicholasville visited his aunt, Mrs. It. W. Sanders last of the week, Miss Zula Calico spent Thanksgiving in ltichmond with Mr. and Mis. Ambrose Calico. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Sanders nnd fnmily spent Sunday in Nlcholasvllle with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Oulley. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Miles and Mr. iimI Mrs. Hubert Carter spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Gulley. Mr. nnd Mrs, Walker Hradshaw nnd family were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Less Hradshaw at Hrudshaw Mill Sunday. Messrs Tom Morford, Iiobert Long nnd Caskcy Tomcrlin spent ThanksNicholasville giving in Lexington, and Georgetown. Mr. Frank Tierce Sr., returned to his home in Louisville after a weeks visit with his daughter, Mrs. Oscar Ray and father Mr. Curt Tierce. Miss Virgie Watts has returned to Nicholasville after spending several days with Mrs. Hiram Kay, Mrs. S. N. Morford and Mrs. It. W. Sanders. Mrs. L. F. Ilrown received news on Wednesday nf tlio death of otio of the twins of Mrs. Duford West of Richmond. The burial took place in thj Lancaster cemetery on Thursday. DOLLARS BOYS BOOST PUREBRED PIGS Suffer? Mrs. J. A. Cox, olAl-derso- n, V. Va., writes: "My daughter . . . suffered terribly. She could not turn In bed . . . the doctors gave her up, and we brought her home lo die. She had fullered so much st time. Having heard cf Cardul, we Increase In Number of Breeders In Indiana County Credited Largely to Club Influence. dollar in your pocket is worth considerably more to you than if It was in the other fellows pocket. You can put many good dollars in your A HUCKBVK at Sunday school every Sunday 2:30 ill Mrs. Galey of Indiana, is spending t he winter with her daughter, Mrs. Owen East. Mr. and Mrs. ltobert Drnodilut and family visited relatives in Madison pocket by using U. A. THOMAS' POWDER. It lessens the HOG chance of disease by removing We worms, tonic and conditioner, ndv. W. A. Dlckcrson. sell it. (rrepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) The Increase In the number of Miss Mabel Montgomery is the breeders of purebred animals In Clay guest of her nunt, Mrs. William county, Ind. Is largely credited to the at Lexington. Influence of the local pig club. Two Mr. Houston Scott of New Rich- years ago there were less than ten breeders of purebred hogs In the coun-- 1 mond Ohio, wns with relatives here ty, but at present registered hogs can from Wednesday until Thursday. be found on more than 100 farms. Mr, Henry Ruble bought from The boy and girl members of the club Messrs Ernest und M. L. Montgomery are the pioneers In the keeping of purebred hogs. Recently ten blg-tyrnnd Edd Grow some hogs at 13c. gilts, of excellent qualMrs. Charles Duncan and Miss Poland China ity nnd valued nt $50 each, were IsMollie Crawford were with Mrs. J. sued to the members of the club by II. Ruble near lluena Vista last week. the local county agent. Mr. and .Mrs. Edd Grow and little daughter Fclda, were the guests of DOESNT STIMULATE GROWTH , Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow on Poor Ridge Saturday and Sunday. Admonition Frequently Heard From' Authorities Is Not to Feed Pig Mr. James Crawford was with his Too Much Corn. ' brothers, Mr. Will Crawford at Sul-ph- are on the sick list. ... Koimorner." TS SAR0U1 Tho Womsn's Tonic "la a few t!--.s, rsa bc-p- an lo improve," Mrs. Cox continue, "and had no trouble ct . . . LirJul cured her, and vc sbt i!s praises evcry.vlie.-c.- " We receive mssv thcu- cands cl 6iir.:':r l::::rs every year, t:"!ss ol the rooaum: has done for women who suiter frozi complaints so ccn.tr.cn lo their sex. It chouM do Try, youood, too. I, MT. HEBRON Miss Lizxio Hicks is in n very serious condition from a stroke of paralysis. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Naylor are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine 10 pound boy. Mrs. William Grow, Mr. Ernest Montgomery and daughter, Miss Ruth count), Friday. Mrs. Myrtle East Hardin of Edin-bur- g Ind., (s visiting her mother, Well and John CVrawford at Do not feed pigs too much corn Lexington the latter part of last white they are young. This Is nn ad- - ( week. monition we frequently hear from au-The sale of Mr, Lewis Murphy was thorltles on pig raising. Here la the well 'attended and everything sold reason why: Corn Is a welt Mr. Murphy and family left feed and does not stimulate growth. I Tuesday for .Lexington where they What Is needed la a protein feed; that high In protein. will reside, Mr. Hamlet Jennings is, one which ranks and stimulate Protein makes muscle moved to the place vacated by Mr. growth. Tankage will do very well, Murphy. ktit often It U Impoailblo to secure It t The Central Record. Lancaster, THE MOST DANGEROUS No or cans of th human boAy are o tnpcrMn o health nn.I itf as th .iml com-btnWhen th"V t . to la? it thtlr nut! ' Jt Find out h i nu tr ri you May. ner rrcak, iVfi pIouHs, f'OHi't uiir irw i nav paint ,n teak? up '.cl These at oncf. Your kl'nea i are olrtu to t t your kid '(n,ml h,(r funr-tton- a ar not Ky., 1 h Dec 19. EXTREME CARE IS MOST ESSENTIAL FOR PRESERVATION OF POULTRY IN TRANSIT DISEASE Get aome GOLD MEDAL lt&rUm Ott tr Capsules at once. They are an old, trl4 ttlnji. preparation uied all over the world for cnturlea. They contain only oils J, atreiisth-mvlnf-soothing and combined with Wiienf c herba well known and used by phvel clam In thfir daily practice. GOLD nt: are ImMEDAL Haarlem Oil Otpiulr the laboratories In nja profitrly Thy nr ot.ty htlf ported direct from conrenlent to take, Holland. They are prompt relief or dotnijf ihilr worls atu are all umc Im nnd will either your money will be refunded. Atk for invertpurtttfj to Aecmv ('4t. .n1 poUonn, rhwn at any dm store, but be sure to nut ed Into uric ac wlwrTi nre :aut.in ju aati.lwul M the original Imported GOLD destroy ynxt umesi they are driven Mt;DAL brand. Accept no eubetltutea. In sealed packages. Three aliee. from your tyMem WRIGLEY5 5 before the war c a package 5 during the war c a package 5 NOW THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! c a package ' t i . x Diaw A Check' .J ThuGirrard Bank for ths inoiiRy youovc mid note how much more respectfully your creditors youThey like to do liusiiuss with a man who lius an imcotini at the - Be Sure to Use Only Suitably Equipped Car for Shipping Dreucd Pcultry. GirnrJ Dink & Trust Co They knjr hi- - is do'iiv bu'ineai in a' business lis vnv., Ilettrr ope.i uch n account evn. it jour affair!" are not !arc". Tlwv will ifrow all rmht. & Trust Company HE NATIONAL BANS! OF Cop! ol A. R. I ANCASTER. $50,000. Surplus 430,000. President. J. E. STORM ES, VIee-I'rei- t. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller S. C. DENNY, Cashier 1 J. K. HARRIS. Individual Book-keepe- r. r. HUGH MOBLEY, Cieneral Dlk'N'Y, Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad. Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. Meaning of V -The word Selnh. i urn frequently In the Vr.: i. .u illy . to he a dirt'. In ilio musicians who chanted t rt In the temple. Mntthrson, i'.i ;milcnl .i critic, wrote a ImoU i . ' idjcct ln which, after rejecting n Lumber of theories he came to tlr ronrluslon that It Is equivalent to the modern "da capo," and Is a direction that the air or song Is to be repeatid from the commencement to the part where the wold Is placed. '' - .' h. Importance ef health of t.. Im nre, does not sura up li secret ot personality. Impair-v'- l' Hut It u it it tant element, as jt:i pm-cntl- ) appreciate whpn o.. . f rule" ot Oood IKInK that yc.-r ! i tering of rt Mil bet- be-- r- Kin to frel niorc .'' I..! n You will nttncl; Vnn masterfully. easier to sway ott. Influence. II. AdJIn, Chicago News. ' more It '"r far t xsnnnl Urucc, In (Prepared ly th I'nll.d Ruin Dtpirt-meof Agriculture.) Scrupulous care In n refrigerator car for shipping ilresed poultry, always n matter of Importance, Is doubly so now. In the opinion expert. The greater of necessity for care comes, In the first lace. of the fact that there Is a Ice shortage. The second 'inwirtant element Is that, following the stres of war-tim- e trntiportatlon. the refrigerator equipment of the coun n try H In a condition. The ear should be carefully examined, the experts say, to ee that tt admits not even a plnpolnt of light. Then It ftlnuld he tested and. If It fait short of standard, there should be no hesitation about rejecting It and calling on itie railroad agent for a car that will Extreme care, meet the requirements. the exports believe. Is essential Just now- - for the preservation of poultry In transit, and the chief of the department's food research laboratory has Just Issued the following definite Information as to how satisfactory results are to be attained: Select Car Day Before Leading. "When the refrigerator car Is set for Iclnc, enter It and with doors and hatches tightly closed look carefully for any crack or point of daylight. The car should be absolutely blade with not a pin point of light anywhere. If there are distinct eracks around the doors or hatches, the car will not maintain sufficiently low temperature and should not be Iced for the hauling of dressed poultry or any other commodity requiring Ice and salt refrigeration. Be anre also that the drain pipes are open and In good working order. "The selected caThould be set for Icing at least 21 hours before It Is to be loaded. Its bunkers should then full with finely do filled three-quarte-rs broken Ice; that Is, no piece should be larger than a man's fist. When the full, tamp hunkers are three-quarte-rs the Ice down well so that all cracks and crannies are filled. Then add of the calculated amount of salt on tho 12 per cent basis. Tor Instance. If the bunker holds 5.000 full pound of ice. when three-quarteponnu"- " It will contain scatter 150 .M nmnnnt of Ice pounds of coarse gray rock snlt. Sllx this salt very lightly with the top Ice and directly on top of It place morn crushed Ice untt' the bunker Is fuil, Then nil. I the remainder of th calculated amount of sojt, which. In this case, would be AM liound.. Mil It very lightly with the fine tee so that the salt does not pnetrat Into the mass of Ice more than 4 or 5 tnrhe; level the surface nnd quickly close the hatches. Right Temperature Is 34 Degrees. "With both bunkers so Iced and the car should stand for 24 hour'. Then, In order to make sure that the temperature Is tight for loading, n man provided lth a thermometer should enter as quickly ns rosslhle by ipen Ing one side of one dor. which should be tightly clnel Immediately. The man should stand midway between the doors holding he ther"iometer almnt 4 feet from the floor until the metrury has rep,.n leil tt the car temperuttire, which ordlr irily Is accomplished In (He rclnuto, from three on the quality of the thermometer The temperature of the car at this point should not be atiove 31 degrees V If It Is moro than CS ilegrew" at this point. It Is dangerous to load the car for n haul requiring Intrnlve refrigeration. Unless the shipper Is willing to take chances mi the condition In which his load will arrive at the market, he should communicate with the railroad agent and request a car which Is able to refrigerate the dressed poultry properly. "All refrigerator cars should be provided .with a floor rack 4 Inches In the clear, built of lengthwise stringers made from 2 by 4 lumber and crosswise slats made from 1 by 3 lumber, with H4 Inch spaces between. These cross wise slats are nnlled to the lengthwise stringers. They do not Interfile with trucking the load Into the car. They should extend across the doorway, since It Is this part of the car which Is hardest to refrigerate and where air circulation Is most needed. All railroad owned refrigerators as rapidly as possible are being equipped with racks which are fastened to the side walls so that they can be turned back for cleaning." 107 CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. 4 4 OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON D. u p. "ROLL OF HONOR."' J. J.Valker, V. Pres. ri l Hudson, President, W. F. Champ, Cashier, W. O. Itigncy, Asst. Cachlcr. Mrs. K. C. Hamilton, Clerk. STOP! LOOK! We Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. URGE UNITED FIGHT ON EUROPEAN BORER Insect Is Serious Menace American Agriculture. gether with the damage caused by the borer. The commissioners of agriculture returned to their states convinced of the reality of the peril and of the necessity of unifying all efforts to protect the farmers of the country from n destructive Insect that may quickly spread over tery large nreas unless most energetic control work Is dono on n, large scale. lirtn.aersijssrsEi.srvBi.asr 3C -- ii II ii ir 2L 11 Id u to Have Yaiir Tires Eetreaiet, rusa--a LISTEN! iazaaxta-- 2 are equipped with machinery to do all kinds w ? W 4UT0M0BILE AND GAS ENGINE REPAIRING Zn ull . M n a makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can mulsh you with a new battery or repair your old ue. o e XT We have installed battery charger ! are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding we can weld 'most any broken part of an gas engine or farming machinery. At cny niiu you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any u.ur kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad u come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs o large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for ords and other makes of cars. Wo handle the New i rown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any Lliei gasoline on the Market. We niso furnish Free Air and are equipped to Was1- - and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction Ma-i.hie e, auto-uobil- uaranteed. a HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. I PAINT LICK, KY. Phono 31. Patrick & Conn. Has Beceme Well Establlehed In Both TREES GROW BEST ON SLOPES M2iucnuuiu ana new i wi rx-FaMost Energetic Measure Roughest Areas on Farm Present Most I vored for Eradication. Favorable Localities for Suc! cessful Growth. , (Prepared by the United States Depart-Acrleul-turAgriculture.) suet of (Br W. J. MOimtt.U Colorado Ceto.) Kort Collins. The European corn borer undoubt-- 1 I Trees, Collese. cone bearing trees, especially edly la a serious menaco to American newly eroded soli. agriculture. The United States do- - seem to prefer exposed to comparaSteep slopes are portment of agriculture has for some rapid erosion and hero trees tlmn called attention to tho extreme1 tively ground Indicates danger from this pest, which has 1kc do the best. InI.eel senso that It was the come well established In both Maspa-- , old soil, old ns n rule, longer ilerlvvd from rock, chusetts and New York. Now comes ago than soil found on steep slopes. this reinforcement of that Judgment:! Old soil probably contains an excess Association of "We. the National soluble salts, too much for best with of Commissioners of Agriculture, many tree growth. from official entomologists In the mountains one sees tho steep states and representatives of tho slopes clothed with trees, whlio the United States department of agriculoccasional Hal spot Is likely to be ture, together with representatives of frees. The rougheHt areas on government, present bare of tho Canadian the farm present the most favorable as experts In conference upon the sit- localities for successful tree growing, ourselves, express after uation, examining the Infested area, as thorVEGETABLES IN WINTER oughly convinced that thin pest Is one KEEP of tho most dangerous Insects which Slightly Above Freeilnfl has become established In America, Temperature Point Is Preferred for Beets, place ourselves on and wo hereby Turnips and Carrots. record In favor of most energetic efforts on the part of federal and state (Dr A. F. YKAOEn, North Dakota, As agencies to control and. If possible, rtculturat ColKse.) to exterminate this Insect, Including Turnips, beets, and carrots will keep In the program vigorous quarantines best at a temperature slightly above to prevent Its distribution," freeslng. Cabbuge will stand considThat Is a part of the resolutions erable freezing, and salsify and parsnips may be left In the soil over winter adopted by the Kuropean Corn-bore- r .Squashes and pumpkin! conference, begun at Albany, N. Y. If desired. on August 28 and concluded at Bos- will keep best lu a warm dry place. ton, Mass, an August 9. The stats A warm attic where It does not freese state Is good. Potatoes) require u cool place commissioners of agriculture, entomologists and others went over not too dry. Cabbage and nearly all root crops may be stored In the ground the corn Held around Schenectady, N. Y, and Uoston, Masi, and saw the They must bo put deep enough to be methods of destruction practiced by below the frost tine and should be) surrounded with straw to keep the fro the United States department of and the state arcade. ( direct contact with the toil. Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e cess of retrcading-n- ot half sole-a- nd can less than half price. rebuild a tire at 1 1 1 1 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. 1 1 Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any U I! The Danville Buick Do L. B. CONN, Propietor. n t i U Walnut Street. ii ii Danville, Kentucky. ic imczzn 3CZJ IE J"! W. 0. Funeral Director " Oilier I'lione RIGNEY and Embalmer. "esiilener I'lione 83, Kentuck e t Ky. 1 ECZEMA wth-rj- NNiy t quntfonUH-jnta3l- BACK fatla In Klncworm, rtch, etc Don't twoma diM'ourtfrJ h taut trtht--r frvftlmnttf fallrd, Hunt'a h relit-rrbun drt-Jof tucb You ran t Uta on ur Bmtk Try It at out flak auuAT. rttct 7 at Tlf. th trratfnrnt tf aWrtra, P Ho Al ICC UfMimiT 'Z1 rar. Crmnt. Mny Ncl Itarnc wen1 lidlillntf nmt lilt clniMiinlr STORM ES DRUG STOKE. nil Imllciintlon inccdiii:. nt ulilrh .N'i'il riTiniil tn ime liy fur liml Jnt Krlrvnliii-- . Tlii-ill'' ii'iitit KnKlleli cliixvriniiii tlicrv Irft 'lu-l- r liml aliirtlcil tlii'in liy tin' iinifi-nu- r it n ti'Mi i icl i c tlu f.'ict hut tliry i mi t ilu). nriti- - n Wiort atnry fur tin' "1 Iih tn Un It." miIiI Niil. mi In rrltlonl urlllng "Thin l n iiixl nut tiarrntlnn." "Yiiu'n rlsht. nlil clwp." nlil hl ?! STOCK MAINTENANCE RATION Silage, Corn Stover, Straw ar.d Unmarketable Hay Should Be Qlvcn Cattle to tit Craxed. (Prepared liy th United Stntfa Dtpart-meor Agriculture ) The greatest obstacle In ilevrlnpln; tbn grnrlic Industry In many eastern and control section la the out of wintering the stork. It Is Impossible to buy young rattle or sheep In the sprit B In sutllclent quantities nnd nt n prhe to yield n satisfactory profit a fjftf&i BllKSJl ITf hutsciay, Dec 4. 1919 All r rllit nure nrt of choice CAMELS' expert blend Domestic and choice tobaccos nnswers every cigarette desire you ever had I Camels give such universal delight,such unusual enjoyment and satisfaction you'll call them a cigarette revelation I frlrnil Dick. "Mnrl It ruro l hanlcr tu urlti' it Into klory thnn to Ioh mT ii crltlclun, but I kuppoi we'll Idii' DENTIST tn ilu It." Locnl nn.l (icncrnl Anesthetic "Tliimk kikkIih'ik, bi ilhln't niH'dfy Administered. Tain Reduced t the It liml In ho n Into atury." methods minimum. Mod modern "Xn. hut that's about tin- - fnnloft. cmplaycit. All work guaranteed. unln )ou urlte n thrlllliie mlwuturo Office over Stormcs Drue Store. story." "Will, It' nil rlKht to urltc nhnut Ky I'hone 229. nihrnturr If )iu ovor bml nny, but I'm tint ifolni: to urlte a bit of rldlru-bil- l tlos. I couldn't ihi It (myuny, I nluny nalil I hnil toll )ou. i:i mi mnro liiinclimlloii than n cat." Tbn next tnornliift In the KnclUli limtiail of aoolng n frnnnlnK Optometrist. nml clminiy Noil Ilarnen, hit frleml" uhlcb raw n hrnnilag couiiti'iiniut DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. till ri'iimlniil bcamlne uhen tlui wild "Wo will begin by roiulliii; Oppotite Gilcher Hotel. Offics Hours 8 to 12 anil t to S p.m. UnnioK' utory. And to an oncrrly tn (cri'stoil nudlrncc bu read tho fnl hiuliii;: M. S. hn "Tho train from Now lamp-hi- re Jmt itrnuu Into ltoitnn nn It has u HATFIELD tli.nland tlmo boforr. Hut today It Ii nil illtTrmit fur tbore la olio llttlo DENTIST paiKiiiiror lm bn mirr keen ltoitnn, Tha Carrard Bank Offica or Inibiil nny otbor city. Her" oiprc Prion.. Office 5. R.IJ.nt. 376. nlon of oiiKer curlolty nnd cblMIh KENTUCKY. ibllsht nttracta u nt once. To look LANCASTER. nt bir awoot anil linmcelit face, one thill iho a would ni'UT turpoct iliTflttnc her pmir old aunt III tin! ho "a rpendlnc tho day belief that with n frloml In the next town In unlrr that ho inltlit flip nuny to tho I'UNCRAL DIRECTOR made city of lloton fur n few bmin Quire Over National Hank. Jut n few fhnrt hour", Hint wn the otly cloud on her hortxnu , Jut n Uenldence I'hone 3. Ollice I'hone 27 few bnrt luinns hut she dare not I.ANCASTKHKY. atny loncer. Hut perhnpa that would bo lone iiiouch. nml Mie cliitcheil her little Imtid tll more cloely uer (.omethlne Hint alio bad held In the palm of her band eicr alnce Mie left lioine. We wolilil hixe to eo what It proclou", Wilently In, but It l for he It not willing to let K" for will follow Kontuokv n minute. Woand IMen toher throush Paint Liok, her timid the stnllon requeat for Inforiniitlon. The mjstcr- lea of the elevated anil auuway nvn'-In- g to tn bo unfathomable, ahe s walk, mid IS mliiutea later xhv Ii 'VETERINARIAN. n millinery window, atnndlnc before anil bronthlo. Surely alio Day or wldo-ejei- l Promptly Call Answered Such wonderful mii't I'o dreumliiK. Nllbt. Phone 317. never exlatiil erentlotiN nutlde of KENTUCKY. I'lilrjlniol. One In iwrtlcnlar took her 11 i a; ; largo mid droopy nml fiury. It wm Huffy, with the t!onrot little forget-monotDid I toll jou her eyea were n blue nn the heuveno nbove and her cheela nt pink nn the roe In nn old New llnclnmr garden. Surely It would le becoming. FiiieJ.Cut Flowers. With n Utile flutter of her heart mid n tighter clnxp of her little hand M. McRoberts. John on her lniprlonel gcrct. alio entered the hop. If llimton ni new- - tn her, certainly B. rlie ii new to ltoalon. I lor freh henuty and almpllclty nroueil tho J.ided Interents of oven tho ahop glrl with each other In mid they STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. waiting on her. 1'lrat alio tried on the forgi't ine-nn-t bat In the window. It GIVE J!E A TRIAL. wim all that her heart craved for, but the eternal feminine, tho mut trim tn Satisfaction Guaranteed. try on every other lint he aw Jmt tn innko Mire. Dually, after flouting over all the wonder ahe decided on N. L. PREWITT her first choice. When It wna presented to her In n box ao hlg ahe could Auctioneer he thanked the aenreely curry It, clerk for her klndneaa mid Ktarted tn GUARANTEED. SATISFACTION gn nwny. y "Walt n minute, my dear. You have not paid for It jet." Lancaster, Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 " "Paid for It I Oh. I thought "d then a A look of eniharrasmient BOOKKEEPING over her face. "Oh, deep Hindi apn-uBaUit.Phonoartphy I inut be In the wrong atore." TYPEWRITING ind Slowly, iilimwt regretfully, ahe open-ii- l TELEGRAPHY her hand rJid gave the clerk the BUSINESS COIUUE eruniphil jiaper alio had curried for U haa rrsaf houra In her bund. "Will jou tell me i. Pta.tt titulaaaa, UJ m .4 Uatvlac 1 where that .tore K plenaol," tn na Tor tirf. "?"i"B The clerk, nt tlrat amused, and Jut ipilckly ashamed of her nmu.e-meii- t. n rend their own lat Sunduy'a ndvertlenieiit. HATS (iivr.s AWAY, llewllderlngly beautiful. Chiirmliigly simple. Daringly dashing. Delightfully demure. All kliuN to suit ull tastes. In n dine the girl listened to the clerk's gentle and s)niputhetlc sat of the wlckid city's exaggeration, but It If doubtful If ahe understood un) thing except that ahe had lost her hat. Completely dlslllu-aloneahe left the shop. Two big teurs gathered In her ejea and blurred everjllilng. She did not even see " tho nproachlng Jut" a the story Is reaching the For th4 Treatmtnt of part, the professor Is Interesting Tuberculosis railed nwny for a few minutes. A Maintained by the LoulnlUe atorni of exclumallous greet Ned, Aisoclallon for such n "Oh. no. You wouldn't write the adequate treatment of tuberculosis In all In stages at Un than a bivo story." "Well, my description dldn t do her cut. Kates $13.00 per week, Including board, medical attention, Justice, and neither does this." And laundry, etc. High ground comhe drew a uiiipshot ahyly from hl manding extensive view. Delight-fIKicket, "hut you'll nil have a chance surroundlogt. Special ratei for to Judge for yourself, for If old Auut ti.ioM1Mi If--. utit.t tl wMinr Mehlttthlo r Henilhuh. or whatever IiU t" ft"H olkU. H flrUe U Ow, 0aWa- -l her mime Is, will give her consent, (.wlwfu, iuttm (, ImlntUt, ij. ahe will be at our dance next week." tConyrlght. t. McClura Nawipapar .Ileal..) CSC' W. A. WHEELER J.J.Byrne Exclusive rjlly rln, from the summer grazing. One of two plans must be followed. A breeding herd may be kept tn produce tho stock, na Is practiced on the ranges in" the West, or young stock may be purchased In the fall the plan followed by tho graters In tho blue-gras- s region of the Virginia and Kentucky. Klthrr method necessitates the wintering of nnlwinb . lll.lit, here should be laid down n rule, rattle which are to be graxed tho following rtiTtncr Camea are aorf tverywherm tn tchntltio ally aeaeif pacAsles or 20 eitimrettem; or Irn pMcktirt 300 cigtrettf) in m 1"" carton. VVo atrongly recommend thla carton for the- horn or office suppy, or when you travel, R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY delightful quality possible. Your personal st will prove that Camel Cigarette:, are the only cigarettes you ever smoked that just seem made to meat your taste ! You will prefer them to cither kind of tobacco smoked straight 1 If you'd like a cigarette that does not leave any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor, STTiokc Camclsl If you hunger for a rich, mellow-mil- d cigarette that has all that desirable cigarette "body" well, you get some Camels as quickly as you can Camels' expert blend makes all this I otr Compare Camels for quality and satisfaction with any cigarette in the world at any price! J. A. Beozlev H. J. PATRICK, Dentlt. Dr. Printus Walker Sea's Depth Told by Bomb. When Holland Banned Orange. e Tor measuring sea depths a MassaThere was a time when Holland the sale of oranges nnd carrots. chusetts doctor has Invented a dyna's mite bomb which explodes on striking should be rnrrlod through the n Intel Orange was the color of the fnmlly, nnd when the demo- the bottom, the distance being estinn n strlrtly maintenance- ration. corn stover, struw, nnd unmar- cratic feeling against this family wns mated liy measuring the time It takes ketable bay should form It bnsls. at It height the fruit or orange color the sound tu reach the surfuce of the water. Tho silo 111 almost Indlspensuble for was taboo. ccouomlrnl feeding of such stock. No grnlu should be fed If It can tie avoid cd. It has been the experience of graters In the htucgriis region that steers which have lost SO pounds In weight during the winter linlsh the grnxliu period weighing the same ns those which made n gain of that amount. Cattla Feeding on Pasture. Medicine From Horns. In China n large trade exists m deer, reindeer nnd wild sheep horns for u:u In medicines, and Hongkong, as the chief center of trade In Chinese medicine In south China, Imports n considerable quantity of such goods unnunlly. Honaker Auctioneer. KEEP LARGER SHEEP FLOCKS High Prices of Wool and Mutton Western Growers to Increase Number of Animals. (Prepared by the United Statea ttepart tnent of Agriculture.) As a result of high price of wool nnd mutton nnd the vnluo of cheep as weed and waste utilizers, western Irrigation farmer are keeping more nnd larger Hocks. As u nuV these farm flocks are of good breeding, iniiny consisting of pun hnil animals, their owners making n specialty of selling purestockbred rnm lambs to range-countr- y men, who do not reservo breeding stock from year to year. Several projects nre now- - operating wool ;hhIs, the inn In function of which 1 to concentrate the wool In large quantities nnd develop keener coinictltlon among buyer. Combination ali favors grading nnd better classifying of wool nnd allows n small producer to realize grenter profits from bis sheep-farmin-g Pntlic Sale OF J. DINWIDDIE, Farm and Stock I will on operation. CALCULATIONS OF HOG FEEDS Lleht Thrown on Proper Combinations for Different Purposes Big Aid to Grower. The calculation of ration, with the nld of feeding stnndards and tables will prove both Interesting nnd profit-nblfor It will throw much light on the proper combinations of food for different puriKises, At the sumo time u spirit of Inquiry und It promote close observation on the part of the farmer, which Is one of the first requisites of a successful feeder. Saturday, Dec 73th, AT TEN A. M. one-fourth tw Hazelwood Sanatorium sell my farm containing 80 acres as a whole or will divide in two tracts, There 60 acres with improvements and a 20 acre lot, to suit purchaser. are three ever lasting springs and a cistern on place, ten acre tobacco barn and a good corn crib, a seven room brick house with two cellars. This place is situated on the Kemper Lane, mile from Lexington pike. ' At the same time and place I will offer the following personal LIVE STOCK NOTES Buick car; one good two horse property; One five passenger ',"..:.:::.:.::::::::::never wagon; one new slide; one buck board; One new turning plow; one new Lnmbs feeding In corn should hillside plow; Two Double shovel plows; One Single shovel plow; Two be short on roughage. Drag Harrows; one set wagon harness; Fifty shocks fodder; seventy-fiv- e Salt placed where the hlieep ma; Is essen- barrels of shucked corn; One four year old milk cow; One ten year old have It when they want It tial. marc in foal; four brood sows and pigs, and six shoats and also Household For wintering cows or stock steers, and Kitchen Furniture. stover silage seems to be of decided value. TERMS Made known on day of sale. four-cylinder i j Stock hogs can be kept thrifty largely on pastures; however, they will crow slowly without some grain. When It Is necessary to have the mare do harvest work the colt should lie weaned, even If he Is not more than three months old. !..l ;APT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. R. N. Doolin Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 4 1919, MMHMMMMMMMHIIMMIHIMMUMtMMWtMMMIIMII Once i i a Welch Customer Always A Welch Customer. AS CHRISTMAS IS ONLY ABOUT FOUR WEEKS AWAY, WE ARE BEGINNING TO GET OUR STORE IN READINESS FOR OUR CHRISTMAS TRADE. IN THE PAST. i : 2 WE ARE EXPECTING TO HAVE A LARGER STOCK THAN WE HAVE HAD THIS WILL ENABLE US TO SUPPLY ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS AT A LOWER PRICE THAN WE WE, AS USUAL, ARE GOING TO HAVE USEFUL THINGS FOR YOU TO SELECT YOUR SHOPDURING THE COULD WITH A SMALLER STOCK. FROM. EVEN THO OUR STOCK IS LARGE, LET US URGE UPON YOU THE NECESSITY OF DOING LARGER PING EARLY AS THERE IS A SHORTAGE IN SOME LINES AND THE DEMANDS WILL BE HOLIDAY SEASON. READY-TO-WEA- R. We are doing our utmost to keep a complete line of Coats, Suits, and other -- it ready to wear clothing and if you make your purchase soon, we can take care of your needs and at the same time save you HOOSIER CABINETS. The Cabinet that saves miles of steps. Saves Labor. Saves Time. Saves Food. The Hoosier is made in several models and priced within reach of all. to see them or write for booklet. money. MEN'S OVERCOATS. ' We have a large supply u I of men's Overcoats and can please our men cus tomers in style, color and price. Why delay longer in making this purchase as the longer you delay, the less service you will get this winter from the coat. 7 gm STOVES AND RANGES. Why let your wife work and worry with an old worn out range? Make her Ask happy by giving her a Majestic or Favorite for Christmas. SHOE REPAIR SHOP. ROOFING. Best Galvanized per sq. 90 lb. Slate Colored per sq. $6.75. $3.25. Place your order now so you will be sure of getting one. Get one of our Moores or Cole's heaters and keep warm during these cold days. old al- Let our shoe shop help you meet the high cost of living by giving your Welch can save you money on your shoes new life. We can make them meat salt. most as good as new. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. IHIHMMHHHIimHMMI The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 4, 1919 THEY MUST MOVE. $29.75, $39.75 and $49.75 Dcnr Friend : Being overloaded on SUITS, we are offering three lots of suits at these exceptional prices: The following letter will be sent by mail to our charge accounts, and we would appreciate a prompt response. Due to the incrensed cost of merchandise, the shortening of terms by our City concerns nnd the increased cost of doing business, we will be forced to reduce our terms of not over GO days. Hence wc would appreciate you taking care of your account by the first of the year, or before, and thereafter mnking n Merry Christmns nnd a Happy New Year. arrangements to meet all accounts within the sixty day limit.. Assuring you of our sincere appreciation of your patronage and enrnestly soliciting your future business, wishing you Wc remain, THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY HOUSE OF QUALITY. THE ONE PRICE STORE. COME IN AND SEE US We are nt same old stand. In order to dispose of some stock we will shortly open a 5 10 15 20 25c Sale, all useA Manure Spreader, Pair ful articles, also other Hargnins. Pitless Scales, 2 second hand Cook stoves cheap. If you want a Diamond King, Pearl Xccklnce or wrist watch, wc can Wc have Oliver Riding nnd Walkling save you money. Plows, Disc nnd Smoothing Harrows, Cultivators, M. H. and Paints. J. R. MOUNT The & CO. Deal House. Mrs. Joe Arnold and son, Eugene, of Winchester, arc visiting her neice, Mrs. Edd Rots this week. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert and Mrs. W. II. Ilurton hiivo returned from n feu days visit in Lexington. fiossio About People t. R,Lf mt Ik. CacnillM tnd In. JOetujl byThoM wt Aft Interfiled MiM Helen Robinson has returned from a visit to her nunt, Mrs. Lizzie Richardson, in Lexington. li visiting tlves in Lagrange. rela- - Mrs. II. J. Chestnut hns returned after a delightful visit with Mrs. K. G. Creech, in Oimdon Ohio. Mr. Joe Price li visiting hi parents Miss Ollie Jones of Ilcrcn, spent 'on-th- e Richmond Mr. and Ed Price thu week end with Miss EtU Faulkroad. ner, on the Richmond road. tMrs. J. Lhnglcy ha returned from Mr. and Mra, Joe Francis spent it visit to relatives In Richmond and Sunday In Lexington with Mr. nnd Waco. Mrs. Robards of Louisville. Miss Jennie Lackey spent Thanks Wat Mrs. Edna Arnold and Mr. Hiving with Mrs. James 0. Conn and Arnold, of Mt. Vcmon, arc guests of family. their neice, Mrs. Joe Frnncis. Miss Cora Bryant was the guest of Mr. and Mm. HaroM Oldham, of Saturday nnd Miss Etta Faulkner Richmond, have been visiting - her Sunday. mother, Mrs. Clayton Arnold. Mr. S. A. Walker hat been confined Little Miss Georgctta Walker spent to hit home for several dayt with n Wednesday night and Thursday with sprained ankle. Misses Virginia and Lois Conn. Mist Amanda Andenon spent the Mr. J. J. Asher of Ewing, Ky., was week end at lluena Vista with Mrs. the Thanksgiving guest of Mist Em Leslie Uruner. ma Walker, on Stanford street. Mrs. Frank Davit and daughter of, Little Mist Margaret Ball, who hat Richmond, were visitors of Mrs. W. been quite sick, has recovered sufII. Iltll last week. ficiently to ngam enter school. Hr. Jack Letcher of Shelbyville, Mrs. Louis Landram, Mrs. F. D. fclvbcen spending n few dayt in Lun- Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton flttcr on business. i wcro visitors in Danvihe Monday. Mrs. J. W. Elmore, Mrs. It. U. Misses Mattle Mae Lutz and FlorUlunton and children were shopping ence Mullins spent Thanksgiving In Danville Monday. in London with relatives and friends. Mr. Frank Pierce, of Louisville, Mrs. R. E. McRobcrts Is spending was mingling with his old friends in a few weeks with her sons, Messrs Lancaster last week. McRobcrts in Atlanta. Ware and ' John Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Bastin attended On Thursday nfternoon the meetthe Shrlners Banquet In Lexington at ing of the Woman's Club was n very Phoenix Hotel. the interesting one. The meeting was Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin and Under the auspices of the Dcpurtment daughter, Emily Anne, are visiting of Music of which Mrs. W. Ashborn I'rtco is tho chairman. relatives In Uustonvillc. stWS?s' sses BIG VALUES Men's Flannel Shirts Men's Winter Caps Men's High Top Shoes Men's Union Suits Ladles Union Suits - $ 2.50 $ 1.00 $10.00 $ 2.00 $ 1.50 Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. was the Miss Ella Mac Bourne Little William I. Spoonnmore, aged spent his first night away week end guest of Mrs. D. W. Dunn guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. from mother Thanksgiving night with of Atoka. his auntie, Mrs. Joe Green at Hyntts-villMrs. Jcanna Ball who has been Mr. and Mrr. George Smith have visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bohon returned from n trip to Cincinnati, Campbell in Stanford, hat returned , Friends of the family will regret to with a stay of some days with rels-- i home. Mrs. Smith has know of the illness of Dr. J. M. tives in Maysvillc. Krnzee of Maysvillc, while on n visit as her very pleasant guest, her mothMist Itabcl Dcnnison Atchison to his daughter, Mrs. Henry Lloyd, er, .Mrs. Darnall, who will later make West, of Lexington, Virginia, is the ' Elsmerc Park, Lexington. An early a visit at Hamilton College, of some charming guest of Mist Elizabeth! length to her daughter, Mrs. Anna recovery is hoped for him. Gibbs. Darnall McDougle, who Is secretary Mr. Goodwin Elkin, of Boston, of that institution. Mrs. E. L. Owsley, Mrs. Salliel Mnu has been the guest this week Lawson, Mist Sanders and Mr. Dave Miss Jane Bowling was hostess at of his Capt. T. A. El Thomas were visitors in Lexington, kin. He returns home today going a very delightful six o'clock dinner Tuesday. by Washington City to see his sitter, on Friday evening nt her pretty country home near Marcellus. The table Mrs. Luther Burdette and little Miss Annie Margaret Elkin. was beautifully decorated in yellow Emma Lee Burdette and Mrs. Ed J Mrs. L. Bianton entertained at nnd white ribbons falling from the Clark were the guests Monday of dinner the past week in honor of chandelier to each plate, a pumpkin Mrs. W. J. Bryant. Judgo and Mrs. Hardin at the homo basket filled with fruit, on the handle Mrs. Dora Wheeler and daughter, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. of which was tied large yellow and The af- white malinc how, was placed in the Miss Jennie Wheeler, are spending Elmore, on Danville avenue. Wheeler's fair proved a very enjoyable one. several days with Mrs. center. The table was lighted with daughter in Cincinnati. yellow candles. The color scheme Mitt Etta Faulkner entertained was carried out in the ices and cakes. Bcttis, who holds a at her pretty country home on the Miss Martha Those present were Misses Margaret spent Richmond road in honor of Mist Ollie Ramsey and Mary Lawless Gatewood good position in Lexington, Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. Jones, of Berea, last week. The of Mt. Sterling, Opal Hendrix of Ellen Bettis, on Maple Ave. hou;e was beautifully decorated and Flemingsburg and Annie Lee delicious refreshments were served. of Stanford, Messrs Allen CarProf, and Mrs. I. II. Hopkins have Mrs. Luther Gibbs entertained ter Yeager of Danville, Jesse Hocker taken rooms ut Mr. and Mrs. George Brown's on Hill Court, boarding with with n luncheon on Friday at her of Stanford, George Swlnebroad and pike. The Burton and Irvine Stapp, of Lancasheme on the Richmond Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson. table had for its decorations beauti ter. Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, after ful chrysanthemums. A delicious Interesting Announcement. several weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. menu was served to nbout twelve The following announcement clipF. T. Burke at Junction City, has re- fUctts. ped from the Lexington Herald, is of turned to her home in Lancaster. Mr. II. J. Chestnut who has been unusual Interest here, where the is so well known and The infant child of Mr. and Mra. with the Hastin Bros Power Plant, groom-to-bWalker Guyn, died at their home in for the past two years, resigned there popular, being a son of Dr. and Mrs. Taint Lick Tuesday and was buried Monday, to accept a position with the J. B. Kinnaird. The bride elect is at tho Lancaster cemetery yesterufuy Patrick nnd Conn Garage at Paint also favorably known here where she Lick, and he and his estimable family has visited on several occasions. The afternoon. Herald says; will move there this week. Mrs. Joe Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird, "Mrs. Barrington King West, of Mrs. peorge Robinson has been in Lexington Va., announces the enWalker, Mist Elizabeth Gibbs, Miss Isabel Dcnnison Atchison West, and Virginia where she was called by the gagement of her daughter, Isabel Mr. Robert Kinnaird motored to Lex illness of her daughter. Miss Minnie Dennison Atchison, to Mr. Robert Mae, who was attending Virginia Kinnaird, of Lancaster, Ky. The ington Monday. College. The many friends of Miss marriage will be solemnized in DecMiss Orn Prathcr left Suturday for Robinson are .glad to know she reember. Tho bride elect is n charmCincinnati, where sho has accepted covered sufficiently to be able to reing young student of Transylvania nice position. Miss Prathcr has turn home with her mother. a College and has numerous kinsmen school just closed a very successful Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford and other friends here Interested in near McCrcary last week. this news." who has been visiting Miss Jane won first Mrs. George Ballard on Richmond street, has re5,000 turkeys at the WANTED prize on pickles at tho Tobacco and turned home. Miss Aldridge with Call phone Corn Fair last week, and in giving her ever pleasing and affable man- highest market price. H. C. Bailey. the list of the awards, this award was ner has a number of friends here, 1S2. unintentionally omitted. who are always pleased to sec her. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West have re One of the enjoyable events of the "ONLY ONE THING turned from a business trip to Tulsa pat week was the dance on Saturduy with the evtning at the home of Mrs. Florence Okla. They are pleased BREAKS MY GOLD! country and say the Lancaster boys Grant, given by Mrs. Grant for her located there are all doing well. daughter, Mist Frances Grant. De lightful refreshments were served Mr. and Mra. Carlton Elkin, Mr, and about twenty guests were "That' Dr. King's New Disand Mrs. William Embry and little daughter, Ruth, and Miss Allio Yan present. covery for fifty years a last tis, motored to Crab Orchard Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams and week for the sale of Mr. Morris Per son, Charles, of Madison, Ind., Mrs. kins. J. I. Rucker of Richmond. Mrs. O. C, but sustained quality Rucker of Waco, Mitt Chastine Ruck NOTHING effectiveness ran Misses Mary Davis, Christine San er of Paint Lick and. Miss Virginia ing arouse such iMitlmslnsni. Nothdcrs, Carrie Belle Romans, Ruth Car but euro relief from stubborn old Lexington, spent Thanks, colds and onrushlng new ones, grippe, Conn ricr who are attending school In giving of coughs, und croup could with their sister, Mrs. James Lexington were among the students liuvo uisilo Dr. King's New DUcovery G. Conn and family. who spent Thanksgiving with their tlio natloually popular and standard remedy It Is today. parents here. On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Fifty years nld and always reliable. Dave Ross entertained at an elegant Good for the whole family. A bottlu In Mr. Hugh Mobley made a business six o'clock dinner at their home on tho medicine cabinet means a shorttrip to Cincinnati last week. While lived cold or cough. and Stanford avenue. Judge and Mrs. All druggists. Ulvo It GOe.trial. $1- -0. a in Cincinnati he visited his brother Charles Hardin of Harrodsburg, were who holds a good position there and the guests of honor. The table had also visited his mother who lives at for Its center piece a pumpkin filled Regular Bowels Is Health Kings Mills, Ohio. with fruit surrounded by autumn Dowels that move spasmodically-fr- ee one day and stubborn the next Mist Elizabeth Gibbs entertained leaves. A delicious five course menu Dr. guests present were should be healthfully regulated by way a few friends Tuesday afternoon at was served. The King's New Life Pills. In this her suburban home on the Richmond Judge and Mrs. Hardin, Mrs. E. L. you Keep the Impurities of waste matthe syst. Clay ter from circulating through thoroughMiss Owsley, Mr. and Mrs. Green road In honor of the tem by cleansing the bowels Isabel Dennlson Atchison West. The Walker, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, ly and promoting the proper flow ol Mr. bile. home was prettily decorated nnd a Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sanders, Mild, comfortable, yet always reliadelicious salad course was served, Dave Thomas and Dr. W. A. Wheeler. New ble. Pills work The affair was one of the prettiest Mr. and Mrs. Ross were assisted in with Dr. King'swithout Ufo coustlpatlon preclslou the entertaining by their daughters, Mrs. rvtults of violent purgatives. 26c. u and most delightful ones of the Pearl Guilty and Mrs. Sallle Lawson. usual at all druggists. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gaines and little daughter, of Lexington, have been' 17 months, I c. grand-fathee Has-eldcold-breakethroat-tearinbride-elec- Meow ssisJooesQOttouLwaaraxx Classified Column RATES: $ Single insertions lc a word S No ad taken for less than 20c a in this column. No nds in this J column charged. 3 Seven Insertions for the J price of five. 3 5 Phone orders must be paid gl promptly. g 3)ta,XlC0K0'S''ttS'iJ"J'llitX,Oc5 Big Hat Sale. Beginning Friday the 5th, will sell all the trimmed and untrimmed hats in stock nt cost, some below. Everything cash nothing sent out on approval. We have a nice clean stock out, and have to make.room for our Xmns stock. Rella Arnold Francis. good FOR SALE: Sixty-fivT. W. Conn, grade ewes, all bred. e ll.27-2t.p- FOR SALE: Some nice Barred Plymoth Rock hens and pullets. Mrs. Taylor House. Phone 382-FOR SALE: Moore's Air Tight Heating Stove and large Box Mattress. Also set of furniture. Phono 209. 11- Mrs. Maggie Robinson. - 20-3- t. FOR SALE: A few extra good Mammoth Bronze Turkeys. I shall sell these turkeys cheap If taken at Mrs. James Sutton, once. Bryantsville, Phone 37-- J. FOR SALE: A new Remington Typewriter. Used only a few weeks Apply at and in perfect condition. this office. The price will please you. tf. Wyandotte FOR SALE: White Roosters, full stock, March hatch, 12.00, May-hatc$1.50. Phone 3C1-Margaret O'Hearn Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE: About 250 bushels of fine blue grass seed, guaranteed to germinate. $2.23 per bushel, sacks to be returned. W. M. Comett, nt Marksbury Granary, Lancaster, Ky. tf. STRAYED: from my farm on Sugar Creek about Nov. 14th, a black muley steer weighing about COO lbs. Last seen near Camp Dick Robinson. Liberal reward. Cyrus Daly, Lancaster, Ky, For Sale. Range, Coal Oil stove, Tireless cooker, kitchen cabinet, refrigerator, dining table, 3 chairs, wash-stancenter table, 2 mirrors, old Trusty Incubator and Brooder, 100 to 120 egg size, Axmlnister drugget 8x10, Crex drugget 8x10, Crex drugget Henry Moore, 9x12. t. Danville street. Notice. All persons having- - claims against the. estate of C R. Henry, liewwJ, will present them properly proven to me for jMjment, and all persons Indebted to same will please pay Oicm at once. 12- Milton Ward, Admr, i Plain and Fancy Sewing I am prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy sewing at reasonable pricet. As I now have help will bo glad to accommodate all of my old Mrs. Bob Palmer, customers. at the Osee Boyle property on Cruli lt-pOrchard Street The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 4, 1919 ftWMMIIMIHtWUMMMHtlMI Welsh & Wiseman Company BEGIN THEIR WINTER BEDU jFWOV2N'S mm sale ' -- Some Pitchers Do Swear. by watching Utile North E.at Mississippi Is dellihtful cllmst. with mild short lnl. whether hi win going to throw a curse or a fast one." Cleveland l'laln and Is fast bomlnf famous for production of SHEEP, IIOCS. CATTLE Dealer. of frost and Its Ion, and all kinds of live sloW becsuso of tho abundant, rich ond unsurpassed for CORN, Th. soil Is p.rlod of growth. Stars In a Drtam. To dream of stnr Is Mid tn have COTTON, ALFALFA, CLOVER or snylhing Its owner wl.h.s to proJuc. fnlln'tlns meaning: lr tne stars L.tf. d.lrylnj Inl.resls the spr.nj up In th. past fiv. yoort. To s.a Ut were clear, Pnnio Fortune Is Koine to Below ar a f,w ry cis.. country men. to own horn, there. In most 'mile upon you. hut lr thee wore Lands foin,- - ,0 shoil tlmo. oplions for and dusky, then the reverse bargslnr en which I may be the rase. and prices movinf up, tho sooner you UoV, tho inoro you save In th. fast HOMES MISSISSIPPI. "Thrr learned dp, h.. ho in iVO ISSE3' Suits, Coats, Dresses OFFERING MORE THAN SCO ARTICLES OK STYLISH APPAREL SELECTED FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. COATS, SUITS DRESSES at 20 Per Ct. Reduction SALE OF GEORGETTE WAISTS. Specials at $5.00, $6.90 and $3.75. CHILDREN'S COATS AND DRESSES. 20 per cent Off. Christmas Stocks u o o ft 0 is No.w Ready SO SHOP EARLY, EARLY IN THE MONTH, EARLY IN THE WEEK, EARLY IN THE DAY. In anticipation of the earlier shopping that will be done this year by people of good judgment, we prepared far in advance of the usual time to assemble Gift Merchandise, and now this store is ready to suggest and furnish you with practical Christmas Gifts for every member of the family. o It s o GIFTS FOR WOMEN. Angora Scarfs Aprons, all kinds Bags (Beaded) Bags (Leather) Bags (Velvet) Blouses Bead Necklaces Brushes (Hair) Camisoles Coats Corsets Dresses (Cloth) Dresses (Silk) Fur Coats Fur Scarfs Gloves Handkerchiefs Hosiery House Dresses Ivory Pieces Nightgowns Petticoats (Silk) Perfumes Slippers Shoes Suits Sweaters Umbrellas Wardrobe Trunks $6.00 to $12.00 75c to $1.98 $12. to $40. $1.50 to $15. $3.50 to $15. $2 to $25. 50c to $7.50 $1.00 to $6. $1.00 to $4. $25. to $125. $1.50 to $15. $15. to $65. $15. to $90. $135 to $295. $25 to $95. $1.00 to $4.50 5c to $5. 35c to $5. $2.95 to $6 25c to $7. $1.50 to $10. $3. to $15. 50c to $2.50. $2 to $12. $6 to $16. $25 to $98. $5 to' $12. $2 to $16. $30. to $75. GIFTS FOR MEN. Auto Rugs Bill Folders Bags (Leather) Gloves Half Hose Handkerchiefs Neckwear Smoker Sets Suit Cases Steamer Trunks Traveling Cases $7.95 to $25. $1.50 to $4. $7.50 to $35. $1.25 to $5. 50c to $2. 25c to" $1.50 75c to $2. $1.50 to $4. $3.50 to $35. $15. to $40. $3. to $15. -- - 'lifi GIFTS FOR BABY. Baby Blankets Beauty Pins Bootees (Knitted) Comb and Brush Sets Caps (Knitted) 1 Dolls, all kinds Gloves Sweater Coats $1.25 to $5. 25c to $2. 50c to $1 $1. to $3. 50c to $2. 50c to $15. 50c to $1.75. $1.50 to $5. GIFTS FOR THE HOME. Blankets , Comforts Carpet Sweepers Net Curtains Table Cloths Napkins t Rugs : 1 $3.50 to $17.50 $3.50 to $18. $4.50 to $13. $2.50 to $10. $7.50 to $20. $2 to $15. $5 to $75. Welsh & Wiseman Co, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. MtHSgtHIIMHMIINNHMSSIIfMSMNMmmMMMHHSNieM Deadly Arabian ttipco. The sirocco or nd storm of the purchase price, due in six and twelve Arabian desert Is exceedingly treachmonths respectively, and bearing six erous. It often dlKS pits two hundred cent interest from date until paid GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. laving the force and cifect of a feet deep, scattering the sand for 1 John Muditmcnt unon which execution may miles around. VS littano nnvnliiA in W. IT. Ttrnurn. Afn. Defendant.', Nannie F. Scott, Commissioner of the Garrard Cir- to a Judgment rendered cuit Court, and a lien will be reserv Scripture Wedlfltd. Piirsuant at the November Term, 1819, the un- ed upon the property sold until the If yoar enemy unite you on the dersigned Commissioner will sell at purchase money is paid. right cheek,, odvlnoe the Osborne VII-lapublic auction before the Court Dracuti, gently bak away and W. II. BROWN, M. C. C. C. C. House Door in Lancaster, Ky., oii 11 and retire to quiet shades for u J. E. Robinson, Atty for Pllfs. MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd. 11)19, keep u cluso mouth, unit not mora at 11 o'clock, A. M.,or, thereabout people In town will than llireo or four Linen From. Nettle Fibre. in the Kan- the real estate A company has been fanned In Don ever know you were smashed. pleadings and described as follows: mark for the manufuc'uro of linen j a City Star, in Garrard County, Kuntucky, near irum me nore or neiues. At u recent i Twell. and contains shout 60 acres. and Is a portion of the samt land con exhibition every one was struck by veyed to Jonn fliarei, ueccuseu, oy the whltfness and sirpjileness of the John Henderson, by deed recorded In table cloths and napkins made of this h Cnrranl County Clerk's Office In nettle tlbre. Deed Book P. 135, and is bounded as follows: On the North by tne lana or dONKT BACK The Planet Camegls. t Robert Price, on the East by the land Mr. Carnegie fail, In I he trratmcil bf Eta. ma. shared an almost i of Bell Henderson, on the South by m iyv Trmr Ruit,ormlirk mtr the Und of Gaines Henderson, and on iiI(iib honor with tho Empress Eu- -' I VI MA bat am diaruuiagtd b awat otht, iitaimcma lauM tfunl'tSaln Mile In'jsvlnf a planet numed after' the West by the County Road, baa ttli.vae hundftd. of atuk The purpose of the sale is to dl him ihsrltc'hls lifetime. Two of the j You oa kii ., faaaj can't among the ri maakatiTs family of minor planets , vide the proceeds thereof Caaranl,,. Trs ll luii I l,k TODAY. PiicelW. owners of same. joint llustSLbetweeo the orbits of Joplter I wail 7 kjp foe , TERMS. nml Msvra were named uarnezie sna The sale will be made on a credit Eugenia. Westminster Gsxette. STARMES DRUG STORE. pur- of six and twelve months and the COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. chaser will be required to execute bands with approved security for the r r mtfed WTJ3KJK m l. purchase price. 's miles from Abberdeen, 0 miles TRACT NO. 11060 ACHES Pike to corner of land, good 7 room llungatow, 3 large barm, from Amery. large Silo, several tenant houses and small liarns. Two flowing welis, 2, COO acres in cut miles wire fence, COO acres bottom land, some fine timber, tlvation at $50.00. You will have to sec this to know the value of It One-thir- d cash. Long time on remainder, TRACK NO. 2720 ACRES Ten mile pike, 2 mile dirt road from Fmlsnd. ('Inland occupies about 111,000 West Point, nearly all in cultivation, 150 acres alfalfa, good house, 2 good Several tenant houses. The very best lime land. Easy terms for quart" tulles of territory, of which barns. I25.(ls! tquare miles lire land. This $50.00. ' territory, which Is slightly larger than ACRES Two miles of Abberdeen, on BurTRACT NO. 3.-- 535 Norway, has n population of only lington highway, 35 acres of oak land. Balance bottom land. One-hal- f UHI.0HO people. It Is said that Black Alfalfa land, the best proposition anywhere for dark loam, one-haIs almost unknown. Dairy and Stock farm within two miles of a good creamery. Some Im provements, $50.00. Remarkable Changs Wu .paper Article. "lie allowed TRACT NO. 4638 ACRES Ten miles from West Point with a ,i'i!.elf to be drawn, as If by some village on the place, pike to corner of the farm, 10 room Brick house, water : rimliiral to- centrifugal force, and lights, grist mill, store house, ware house and cribs, large and small , . ." Cen-- r nl Hie center. and tenant houses. Have seen nine thousand bushels corn In the mcil forcu acted in Just the oppo-ll- e barns Thu cribs on this farm. School and churches near. White neighbors. innuner when we were studying cash, long time on balance. but, nf course, everything Is upset bargain for $85, One-thir- d no adays. Boston Transcrlot. TRACT NO. 5 930 ACRES At Gibson Station, 8 miles from Abberdeen, divided by pike, 630 acres on one side 400 acres on the other side. Can be sold all together or divide. The 400 acres has store house and small house, 200 acres of alfalfa, 600 acres has good house, 2 barns and other buildings, 30 tenant houses, all good alfalfa land. This Is best Iocs cash. Easy terms. and best land anywhere at $125,00. One-thirSALE OF LAND titn TRACT NO. ti 1G0 ACRES For the smaller farmer, 7 miles from mile of Abberdeen, 1 mile of Prairie Station, good school, three-fourth- s pike, good four room house, small barn, 00 acres alfalfa, nearly all ALFALJESSAMINE CIRCUIT COURT. C. E. Overstreet, Admr, of FA LAND, COTTON OR CORN at $75, Can't buy land any where around Elijah Evans, deceased, etc riffs. it at $125.00. Easy terms. VS: Notice or sale TRACT NO. 7160 ACRES Eight miles from Abberdeen, 2 miles Dcfts. Herman Evans, etc. Purrttant to a judsment of the from pike, 30 acres in alfalfa that yielded $135.00 per acre this year. Good Jessamine Circuit Court, in the above 4 room house, good barji and tenant house and other This styled action, entered at its Novemis n good home for some one at $00.00. TERMS. ber term, 1019, the undersized TRACT NO. 8 650 ACRES Two miles from Station. 1 mile nf Master Commissioner, will on 22, 1919. pike, 150 acres post oak land, balance good black alfalfa land, 60 acres in MONDAY, DECEMBER Five room house, good burn and tenant house. A sure enough about the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, at alfalfa. the court house door in Lancaster, bargain at $60,00. One-thir- d rash, balance to suit purchaser. Ky.. expose for sale the property TRACT NO. 9 A 60 ACRE FARM 2 miles from a good county herein below described viz. all good lime All those three tracts or parcels of seat town, on a good pike, good house, bam ami land lyine and bcinc situated in Gar- - land, will grow ALFALFA. COTTON, CORN, CLOVER or any kind of rd County, Ky on the l aw Kidge grasses. A fine home for a man with small rapitol, at $75.00. Terms easy. Turnpike road, about tight miles TRACT NO. 10. A 50 ACRE FARM AH good lime land, good 4 north of Lancaster, and bounded and t: described as follows, room house, barn and out buildings. An excellent home for $75. Easy TRACT NO. 1 on which is lo terms. cated tho dwelling house. Bcginninc No malaria, no mosquitos, Don't be misled. This is not the Delta. in the center of the Poor Ridge pike, corner to Whitaker; thence N 80i, no swamp, but a fine prairie of black rich toll that is coming to its own. K 433 feet to a drain; thence .N Z.I, Call on Henry Moore, Lancaster, Ky., for further Information. t: 170 feet to a sycamore tree In said Irain: thence N S'l, K U0 feet to a post, corner to Johnson; thence N S. CT,.. W 210 feet to an angle in a ABBERDEEN. MISSISSIPPI. drain; thence S 71 U. W 277 feet; thence N 85, W 227 feet to a locust post; thence N B6H W 100 reet; thence N 714. W 210 feet to the Mrs. James Sanders and daughter, COY ' center of the pike; thence with the James Charlotte, were recent visitors r center of the pike S 0W, K 210 feet; t. ziu leet; tnence a thence s Little Jimmie Simpson is ill at this .it hri mothers, Mrs. Lige Rays. 4014. E 2H0 feet; thence S 21 U. E time. Mrs. Viola Fain and brother, Herplace of beginning. 140 feet to the Mr. Sammie Clay Folger spent Sat- bert Folger, spent Thanksgiving with Containing 10.8 acres. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt FolTRACT NO. 2 lleginning In the urday night with friends. ger at Somerset center of the Poor Ridge pike, corner Miss Mossie Hicks spent the week to Rainey and Snyder; thence with Mrs. Myrnie Locker and bright litend with Mrs. Lizzie Osborne. the center of said pike NV4, W 280 tle daughter, Maymle Catheryn spent feet; thence N 27, E 210 feet; thence Mrs. Lina Pollard was visiting her the afternoon with her mother, Mrs. N 7, W 178 feet: thence N 21U. W 140 feet: thence N 40H, W 280 feet; parents near Ninn the past week. Amanda Cloute Thanksgiving. t W 210 feet; thence thence N Mr. Eddie Simpson was a caller at Mrs. Lovie Anderson and handN 614, W 210 feet; thence N 13. E 105 feet: thence N 8Vi, W G leet Mr. Pfed Snyders on Poor Ridge on some little ntn, O'Neil, and nelce, to the center of the pike, corner to Sunday. Maybell Vaught spent Sunday with Burdette; thence S 71, W 371 feet Mrs. Belle Simpson and son in law her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew to a post; thence N C9H, W --294 feet: thence S 82 tt. W 310 feet, to Everette Anderson were In town Sat- Simpron, a fence post; thence N 84, W 883 urday shopping. Quite n small attendance attended oz w uai iect to a reet; tnence Mr, Bufard Crow and yife of Jes quite enough. Let us make up our post corner to Lot No. 8; thence S samine spent Sunday with her moth- Sunday school Sunday. Nine Isn't 4H. W 1032 feet to a stone in a 70 feet east of n water gap; er. Mrs. Mary dome. drain minds to be there phomptly at 10 thence up the drain S 80 U, E 88 spent Mrs. Ethyl Matthews the 'o'clock every Sunday morning as it reet thence a til, a 'Jtsu leet; tnence week end with her parents, Mr. and pleases our Superintendent to see us N 82..E 110 feet; thence S 70, E 210 faithful. feet: thence N 87, K 150 feet; thence Mrs. J. H. A. McCullah. N 72 H E 80 feet; thence N 02 H E 352 feet: thence S H2. K 84 feet: thence N 59, K 184 feet; thence S HO, K 235 feet; thence N 70 E 381 r. -- du teet; feet: thence s thence N 01 E 2GU feet; thence S V4, E 104 feet; thence S 84, E 208 87 ONE MILE OF THE CORPORATION LINE OF CINCINNATI. 197 Containing feet to the beginning. ncres of level to gently rolling land on line cement pike, one half mile of 94.5 acres. TRACT NO. a Beginning at a the Dixie Highway and city car line, 60 acres blue grass sod, 60 acres poet, corner to Lot No. 2; thence M wheat, 50 acres clover, S acre apple orchard bearing, well fenced, running Hi K K1178 feet totoa post; thence N water In every field, air pressure water system furnishing running water In GG0 feet 32 Vt, the center or n branch; thence N 82H, W 1035 feet barns and barn yards. This farm averaged 30',, bushels of wheat per acre to the center of Sugar Creek; thence on 52 ncres, corn 12 barrels per acre, milk check $400.00 month, 100 up the Creek S 22',. K 540 feet; acres of this farm will produce the very best grade of White Burley tobacco, thence S 50, W 490 feet: thence S 7 room house, dairy barn for 50 cows, with feed barn attached, 120 ton W 177 ft; 8 W 600 ft; thence S W 28J feet; thence S silo, stock barn 40x00 feet, Implement shed, hog house, shed with Fairbanks thince S 2'J, W 613 feet to thu center of a scales. 2 garages. BIGGEST BARGAIN EVER OFFERED FOR $30,000. up One half cash, balance to suit purchaser. thence branch corner to branch S 50, E 290 feet. S 54. K 24S 82 acres joining tho corporation of Cincinnati, level to rolling land feet; thence S 58 U. H 180 feel: thenco S.G2Vi E 230 feet; thence S on good pike, 4 squares of city car line, close to school. High School and 78, K 210 feet; thence 3 82, K 240 University of Cincinnati. Just to educate your chldren, 25 acres feet; thence S 70. E 280 feet; thence of blue grass sod, some fruit, bnlnnce for cultivation, 8 room pressed brick to a water gap; thence S 80 U, K 70 house, large bank burn, Implement shed, corn crib, poultry house, hog feet to a rtone, corner to Lot No. I, thence N 4H. E 1032 feet to the be- house. CONSIDER LOCATION AND EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES ginning. Containing 77,4 acres. THIS FARM IS WORTH $500. per acre. Price $225. per acre, one half bald three tracts or land win urst cash, separately: then tracts h ollered YOU CAN NEVER MAKE A BETTER BUY, 158 acres of level Nos. 1 and 2 will be ottered together; then the farmas a whole will hi of and rolling land, 100 acres of this land lays level, 68 acres rolling and hill fered. The Commissioner accepting land, JUST THE KIND THAT PRODUCES THE REAL WHITE BURLEY the bid that brings the greatest TOBACCO. 25 acres wheat, 30 acres clover, CO acres bluegrass, 5 acre fine amount of money. Ikkmsss saw sale win De mane apple orchard, 7 room frame house, barn 40x00, silo, corn crib, Implement A GOOD STOCK, GRAIN, AND on a credit of six and twelve months, shed, poultry house, good fences. equal installments, the purchaser beFARM AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT, $11,000, half cash. ing required to execute bond to the A FEW DOLLARS WILL BRING YOU TO OUR OFFICE, COME undersigned Master Commissioner on the day of sale, with each Installment AND BE CONVINCED. We refund all expenses of your trip It our farms of the purchase money bearing Inter. est at the rate of six per cent per an are not more and better than advertised. num, from date until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment EVERETT B. HOOVER, Master Commissioner Jessamine & New Way of Tlntlna. tlnteil permanently by Iniiiirrsl.m In tho meillrlnnl water of Until, England, and this recent discovery In to be made use of In the itnlillshmcnt nf a stained glns tilnia tuaj-b- e A. Wyatt, 22, 22. i:'i. FOR SALE FARMS. Real Limestone land, Well Located, Priced Right pr 24, 32, Bronaugh t. riretilt Cnurt. and Bronaugh, Attorneys. Get Our New Farm List. PARR WOODRUFF, 321 East Fourth St. CincinnatirpKio. The Central Record, Lancaster, WMTOF THE CONDITION Ky Thursday Dec 4. 1919 i. i NATIONAL r INo. BUNK kYm or lamrartkk. 1.1 f KM at .i" i TheClGSfiof BnsiQCSs, N07 17 1919 RRBOUBCEB. -- .eouiiii jM,N7 I11I.M7 I iiranirai.a, arcnrr I f II 7 1'otcnixt.. li f pot lien to artHra circulation fir. . HouJt par lahia) .. W'.uow (A tl7, ... Owned and H bomia mmiUathtr than I' owtiad tin (not Ineliiltiif alocka) ftadfvd.., . i;m 1J;: Z M 7 ' K ' at ' M Mm rF' 7l Stock ol Fadcra) ltarn hunk IM) of aul i Uoq) Valttaot Itankiitf hotia to FurnltHraand tlittirr Lawful rMftv with aadef al tUaarva Hank on wl laan in taalt monnlidnafrom nalloualt.anki.,-- . PI TOUIOI (If DltTl H.l.JM. Cbarka on banka )oc air-- otiialtlff nf Oliver tftwti nl froil!b bank and othtr aatti llama RMimMlon Miti-- with IT. H Trraa artr and dft from U. M Trraa, lattraat arnet but not coIiwim-artnilman Hrlaa am! Bill Ittcalrabla ami dii f.. t 00 r-- . , "-- PLFaa VhtB i . !' S ' , '- -ft - rrcM f,to J' l.mpQ irIO 21.11 II ; i ta,uo vi J IU v 00 Total Capital atock MAMLITIKR ald in 4,M M purpmiinnq Ul.Tt 1 t'nIlf MKlli.ruMi. af currant titaa, o l.f.7 1 and laita ald rot Iff t4 or Inttraat and dtarount cradllxl.ln advanra ol maturit and iot tartiad (aperoilmatf Annnnt rMrttd lor Uiva mtttnA rirettlatlnc Noltaontatandlnc a Set amount doa to Rational tank Tculnt Itrmiio. n.ri. U U.T M.OOt) OS fcMJUO (0 irt V 1,7ft AO 00 lndlfMaaIdpofltaaatjt Total of demand defoalte (otfaer than bank deposit) anbjafl to Kreartt llama M, U,M. 17. Z. itl,IT4 IM and 19 Utbk. llltf.ni at Total fTattorKaitTrcr r.CornTToriUaaaan.aai e I. a f!. lit -- Nr. Caahler of the namr. bank, do tnlemnlr a wear thai th abort jiairmrnt la trut lo ! baaio'in knowledge n. I HURT. Iwlief- I'aihler InWrliaM and iwnrn to before m tttla w r cu -- ... darol Xorim, Nolary I'obll Mr fommUatonriplraa Jan la. ir.D, CoaaBCTAttal lii M KlliOTT n awtaaaaoih J E. HTOaa W I O iMrrrtora, With THE new Three-Poin- t REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank Or LANCASTER. Springs New Overland 4 Seems to "Sail Over The Roads" Three-Point Cantilever KY..AT Tlir. asc of Bitiatu, Not uaalieauddlacoiiala .furerilrefta.eerurrd I k. t'w 17, 1919 ttftl nawl w Mul ol nl..i:rllllttt ftltdTLrlfl MU umplullro"l ok (Mi o( atotk niti hi rrntof atrlfU'u Vlat ol hialn ha lawtal il.lloul(wtttlM and uo(.llf Krrr ttMtit Hank. ... RESOURCES. I IV.. IK II f 77 (U.I Tl It K).AUM aiuouula Ca.h In laull and daa from utllooat hattia Nil amladiie from taula atil batik-art- , and Intat n(ntan1a othrr ttian Inrladvd Is liaut II. II or ( bankf In the aarar liKun othara( tank, dllrurlaoo Ham it) . J. olU.rlhan T 1.1 nl llama II II. la. .I and It loiil IIU II. K. Trraa. Traatnrrr urr anddar Irom IT polltrta.1- Intrrrat earnalen Solra and ni.i.rmlmata--ailla Kac.llatl. doi .al dnt nl l.dinl .. I.n I.on pu wi ralllnf I. nl I.ICO l 1 l of Overland 4, by their special construction and design, protect car and pasicngers from ordinary road jolts. Bumping, twisting, swaying and vibrating arc wonderfully lessened. The blcntve or the road seldom reach you. There is less tendency to bodily fatigue after long rides. The springs of Overland 4 attached at Springbase give the the ends of a riding comfort and road steadiness heretofore possible onty with cars of long wheel-bas- e and great weight, yet Overland 4 retains the light weight and economy advantages of wheelbase. h 130-in- ch 100-inc- Cantilever of record. See Overland 4 at the first opportunity. Ask for booklet. Overland 4 Touring, $845; Roadster, g845; Coupe, $1325; Sedanui51375. Prices f. o. b. Toledo. Three-Poi- nt Cantilever Springs protect the car from the hammering and wear of road blows. They lengthen its life and reduce upkeep costs. Equipment of Overland 4 is dependable Starting and and complete from Auto-Li- te Lighting to Tillotson Carburetor. 250,000 miles of test have made the strength and endurance of this car a matter 1 tot a I. tiklwrnu M.QWI0O l.M .0 L1AIIIUTIE8. raidtalauxt paldlu ... . HoiflaalODd W I'n.llaldrd oroCU. . n. t ...wnrr.nl alnanaaa. Irirai and Into paid rnllarlatl or I ui.ml illw.aiiut or tnaiarllf rra.illad.ln aatanro and nolaarnaMl arprutlmalal Cir. ntallPK Nolaaoiiuuudlur Naltoual Itauka N.. aiuountadna Nrlamldoalobankaand tiaokrra a id Irnal rompaulaa (otlirr Ibau inrlndcdlnnorMI cbMH onlalandlni; Tolal otltrmaSO.nl.St. and i Indlri.luamapoaiia auojui CarllOcatra of drpoall lolli r than lor monrjr lKtrrnad. ... ,,' " IIl IS.TW Ml IVTWl (w in ,i in ia rrlld 10 !JII TnUl nl lima dapoalta. tllli-ja- lal l I Ka.rrn. Ilaml 10, 3'l0rt,," II Hand II Illlla parable. olhar than atllh lad; aral ItaarrT Hank. In'ludlnf all taonrr oMIrallnna rlraantlna liirrowM.olDtnoan rrniar...v lu.wa) fni . li.iri1 IO Total HTiTnorKkHTrcnT.CocnTToriUMaiiii.a'1 IV r rliamp Caahlar oflhoalMtrenamao '?. Unk.doaol.niulTa'"lhlJkno.lrdf."'', mi.llalru.tolha ball.f Huhi'rlWd lid V. T. C'liamp. aworn in balora ml lliliJMIi, darol Not III.. Mr Commlaalnn Ctiaaarr Attral Kiplm Jnnnarr I. J.Wiuii. II. K. pnn,, Sot. ,.,,,. II. IW. J 1 lllrKftora, ----- BB i "r 1 Hl'liaoK NOTICE. fiAnnAiin Cranvllla niltCUIT COUItT. i Mrs. Sim Clark. Mrs. William Matthews spent one Mrs. Leslio Mil is Improving. day last week with her sister, Mrs. Vcrgclio Kay wns. the recent William Simpson. . Miis visitor of her cousin, Miss Lovle Ray, Miss Hernlo Ray ip?nt one day Miis Lovle Ray was the attractive last week with her grand-mothe- r, week end guest of her cousin, Miss Mrs. Luther Smith. Vcrgella Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Creech spent Miss llcrnie Ray and Master Clay parents, Mr. and visitors of friends it lait week with her ton were recent Mrs. Austin Muck. Point Leavcll. per annum from January l. iviv. Mr. and Mrs. William Black spent Mrs. L. I.. Matthews spent one day until paid.. The leasee will be re- Suikday with his parents, Mr.kand with the recently wltlTher sister, Mrs. Wilmiirthi to execute contract Mrs. Austin Black. Commissioner for the liuiiuul per liam Simpson. formance of the contract as will be Friends of Mr. Orear Lane are glad was the week Mrs. Jamea Thomas s known on day of sale. nil guest 0 li..' parents, Mr. am to see him home .again after several '.V. II. BliOWN, M. C. u. C. C Nancy Ilolton. ct nl, l"uruant to u Judgmciit of the ( ormnl nirrult Court, rcmlcrcd nt II. Au,r,,.l T..nn. 191'J. the unilcr t Kned will, as Commlisloner o( the ( urrnr.l Circuit Court, rent to the hlKlict bidder,, in front of the Court Iluute Door In Lancnjtcr Ky on MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1010, nt 11 o'clock, A. M.. or thereabout, the land deacribed herein for the year 1920. I'oueuion to be given uary 1, 1020. The land la deacribed a follows: Contalnlne about 180 acres. litunted near Drinnlnir Springs. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security ror the rental nr ce. tlue janunry i 1021, HarinK interest at six per cent vRK'nrinR op Saylor. rkntau l'lnlntlir, Roger Aldridge, Dealer, Lancaster, Ky. i I'. - JUDSON. Mi. unu .ma. r air n i.l ..H.t . I Miss Annie Pollard spent last week u. it, omiin cnier-- i with her brother, Mr, Lawrence Pol- tained at their home Sunday in hoafJr or iiirs. smith's 70th birthdayr A lard and family at Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. John Black and son, most bountiful dinner was'ierved. J. B. were the recent visitors of his About forty guests were pfesent inparents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Black. cluding their children, grand children grand-childre- Ray O'rear M. Lane were Sunday after noon guests of his grand-parentMr. wero the pleasant guests Thursday of and Mrs. James Simpson. Mr, G. M. Ray and family. BIRTHDAY DINNER. -Masters Elgin and Sanders months stny in Indiana. . Your Money Not Bd If Rat-Sna- p Dors Miss Dora Lee Huffman returned home Saturday after a few davs !th her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Cavel Black fat Irvine. Misses Lovle and Vergella Ray, Mr andgrcat and other friends and relatives. The guests departed after thanking Mr. and Mrs. Smith for a most delightful day spent and wishing Mrs. Smith many nut: such happy birthday. n Conwtfp t Tfiete Claims. KAT:9NAP Is absJutcly guurm- krfed to kill rat and nflee. tlVmitt. them. Rodents killed with RA SNAP leave no smell. Rats pan . all food to get at RAT-SNATlu t first meal is their last. RAT-SN.comes in fakes. No mixing. O-- or dogs won't touch it. Three 25c, 60c, $1.00. Sold and guurn,u by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist an 1 Maselden Bros Store. st, " advertisement. 3- OPPORTUNITY - The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 4 1919. MERCHANDISE IT will set the price. AUCTION FENNER' 11 Extraordinary, Lancaster, Ky Saturday, Dec. 6th, Beginning at 10 o'clock, A. M., we will sell at AUCTION the entire The bidder LYONS stock of merchandise, absolutely without reserve. This stock consists of WALNUT STREET. DANVILLE, KY. 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 Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Clothing MILLINERY MOSLER CASE, IRON REGISTER, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 3 Fixtures: such as SHOW CASES, HAT CASES, SUIT AND SKIRT RACKS, CASH SAFE, 1000 FEET OF SHELVING WITH We will receive Tobacco on and after, Monday, November 17. DRAWERS, UMBRELLA CASE, THREAD CABINET, THREE HEATING STOVES, LADIES HATS, FEATHERS AND TRIMMINGS. NUF SED. It gives us great pleasure to inform you that Tobacco in North Carolina and all Eastern" Markets is much higher this season than ever before and we see no reason why the Kentucky Tobacco should not sell at High Prices. With the outlook of Prices being high, it is more necessary than ever that you be very careful in selecting a market to sell your Tobacco on where there is strong competition and assurance of gettir&r . 1 .1 me nignest maricet price at all times, l his we guarantee do. We have one of the strongest corps of buyers in th 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 been erected in Danville a large and Redryinf Steam Plant, which will be worth a great deal to the farmer who sell their Tobacco on the Danville Market. These people will be big buyers on all grades of Tobacco, thereby creatine: 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 lie 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 a;V "Dock" will be our Auctioneer again this season, also J. Lej$ Murphy who has been connected with the Danville Tobacco 4. Market for the past ten years will be associated with us thist season and will be glad to serve his many friends at FEN-- ? fin Thanking you in advance and truit--3 NER'S WAREHOUSE. ing you will visit our opening sale on DECEMBER 3rd, a ever-growinup-to-da- SUTTON and McBEE. Notice. The stockholders of the Citizens National Bank, of Lancaster, Kentucky, will hold their annual election Tuesday January 13, 1920, at the office of the bank In Lancaster, Ky, for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year. W. F. Champ, Cashier. It. Great Men. Great men hallow a whole people up nil who llre-l- n their turn end lift Sydnej Smith. "Bosker Time" r'ul. The term n "botX, . ' kli the Australians use lu le.. ! n ehevrful leave, comes home t birthplace, little altered. "Ilixl;j ' v Hi n similar meaning, was an KnglW, tillulallfm In the eighteenth century. And "bosky" l still current Mai ;; with us, bat d Implying too gencrmi of the wins cup. There Is one ptirr.o In the book slang which Is decidedly pleasing, of "Australian grip." Ir Mnmls for that Lent of greeting, the limient, hearty hand shake, London Chronicle. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Telephonic PerlscJpj V.hen News Is Not News. "Sunny corner outside ulte, flvs The supreme court has held that rooms. Can Ie .een by iiirin nfter 7 news U property. Some jf It Is, and p. m. Hay 310MV Vancouver (B. then some la "Improvement thereon. C) Province. Utilizing Paper. Although there Is a great shortsft "Stay In School." Ii(s It puy to continue your of paper, It Is unlikely that many of Fii:i!ir? Education means a success-fi'- i us have carried economy to the extent ntl Ubeful life; It pays the Indl-- Indicated In a letter recrl.ed by a ilmil. means efficient school teacher the other day. "Dear Education r'cers; It pays the nation. Show Sir," It ran, "Plente excuse Tom being tl.N to your purenta and ask them late, but our gas leaks, so we couldn't vhut they think about It. Stay In cook any breakfast. Please send B Col-ler- v man to put It right. P. S. Please let xi.i'xil. Colorado Agricultural News Notes. him take this note on to the plumber. Our Different World. I once stood In a dome with different colored glass In each window. Thus four men touching each other might each gee a different scene ; a red ocean, n green city, blue fields, and yellow mountains. A rare man might climb to the top of the dome and see the whole circle of the landscape "under the white light of a pure atmosphere. Hut niot of us look through one win-floeach upon a different world, each world colored by our own individual' ty. Ilobert S. Uarrett. Colorada'a Wonderland. The Garden of the Gods Is a tract if land, about COO acres In extent, near 'ilnn.do Springs, Colo. It nboumls In "i nl nnd fantastic pinnacles of red "1 white sandstone, some of them iv thau 300 feet hlgli. Among the Is ef features are the Cathedral H'S 'he Balanced rock, etc. The, kuny of the garden consists of two . N'iGiia masses of red sandstone, ' 't high, sufficiently far apart u roadway to pans between te . 1 For Your Black Cake, Glace Cherries, Pineapple, Citron, Figs, Raisins, Dates and all kinds of Nuts. ALSO (etline is That tired, worn-ou- t earned by a run-dosystem. You need an Iron tonic to rebuild tinuo quickly to lend rich, ltd blood courting thru your body to supply the elements thtt hare become exhausted. Acid Iron Mineral We are Yours Very Truly, , Celery, Cranberries, Oys ters and freshNFruits. SSSSfSSlSSSSSSSSSSSSfSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSMSSSSSSSSSfS aas II pretcribeJ by physicians In all caiei where a tonic It indicated, because it Is the most powerful natural iron tonic known. Aci4 In Miami 1 .nfara. fer aatsr. CMw Currey & Gulley KID CROSS XMAS SEALS SOLD HERE. MUll MdkiMl IO. AMtU U UlMHi(l a aalr ksm tHu la Um tanrt wrU a.4 t a4 1. b Mafataa vttsi caualcall r iiblfU. IWdlf UI ass la)ai. IU t.th at caaM III tStfta, Get a bottle fiom your druggist today, take aa directed, and id a few days you will notice an Improvement in your health. riRRODHMCHmiCJU. CORP. ih lH u II mwi hwm ftfti Fanner's Warehouse FENNER AND PITT, Owners and Proprietors. Walnut Street, Danville, Kentucky. P. S. If you expect to sell on opening day be sure to give ner's Warehouse a trial. Fen- ' R4a,VsrsU For Silt by tH Dn.tkt J CaaaTMrUoJ Grocery Co., Jaaetioa City, Ky., WhUssals Distributors.