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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 11, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919121101_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 11, 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 SECTION 1 THIRTIFTHITIAR II. 1919. NUMBER 37. FIRST TOBACCO MARKET EVER HELD COAL STRIKE IN KENTUCKY, AND TOR MANY E. P. MORROW TOBACCO SETTLED. Is Sworn in as Governor Thousands ' ' ROLLING IN FROM THIS YEARS THE ONLY MARKET, IN GARRARD SOME INTERESTING WAS HELD COUNTY. HISTORY. Wilson's Offer Accepted After Stubborn Fight. The strike of 100,000 bituminous coal miners of the country was set tled In Indianapolis Wednesday when the General Committee of the United Mine Workers of America ngrced to accept the plan offered by I'rcstdent Wilson. The members voted to accept the proposal of President Wilton shortly before 3 o'clock yesterday nftcrnoon. At that time, it was said, no vote hud been taken on the question of holding a convention of the union The committee was still In session at Applaud Renewal of Ills In Campalcn. AND OTHER COUNTIES. THE MARKET ADVANCING EVERY DAY AND GROWERS Pledges Mad Biff Parada Is Feature. Edwin new tobacco and there was also great danger of Our munificent warehouse, ono of the most commo-dlu- s being dragged from the rnft or boa: and best equipped in the stale, by low ovcrhnnging limbs. Snrtain i indeed n credit to the county, and friends tried to deter him- - from the had it been built many years sooner, perilous trip, but without nvnil. he tho county would have been wealth- declaring profanely that "hii tobneco ier by many thouiauda of dollars. was going and if it went to hell he would go with it", anil It was thought However, better lato than never. The great majority of our people thnt he had actually been lost. He are under the Impression that this Is was not heard of for 3 years nnd he as dead. However, the first public tobacc.o market of was mourned which (iarrard county enn boast. such was not the case. He finally Such however is not the cose. Gar reached New Orleans In safety, loadrard county had a tobacco market in ed it on n ship nnd went with it to full operation In 18 17, and how long Liverpool, where he disposed of it price, returning before that time we are unable to for an enormous here and investing the proceeds in trace. where he spent Major Jnmcs A. llumside talked land near Interestingly to a Itecord man of this the remainder of Ms days. Industry, nnd he came by his inforNaturally quite n village sprang up mation from different sources, the around this warehouse; a hotel was greater portion of it being told to constructed nnd its proprietor was him by "Uncle" Clalrbornc Lear, who Mike Salter, his good wife "Aunt ws a frequent visitor to tho old time Osec" assisting him in looking after mart. the welfare and comfort of his The original tobacco growers of guests. This is a familiar name to put for a market Garrard county people, he being a the state were hard were compelled revolutionary soldier,' for their weed, and the grandto' send It to New Orleans; the trip father of Capt. Thomas A. Klkin of nnd some- (jincnuter. was of a necessity a hard Mr. Halter conducted n times n perilous one; it was loaded "bar" in connection with his hostelry at ami it became a congregating place rafts, on flatbeata, or sometime the mouth of Sugar Creek, thence for notables from nil over the coundown the Kentucky.. Ohio nnd Miss- try. The issippi river to New Orleans. son of Isaac Sam Marksbury, return trip was made on foot. One Marksbury, kept bar at the hotel; would of the more hardy pioneers Sum frequently visited at the home usually organize an expedition and of Major llurnsidc's father, and from take his neighbors crops with him to his wonderful memory Mnjor Burn-sid- e market, taking enough of his hnrdy recalls some of the entries from In 'companions with him to assist Marksbury' ledger, which he fre, manning the boat, and to insure quently brought with him on these safety on the return trip through the trips. Among them was "Capt. Billy then wild ana unsetueu country. Woods, one pint whiskey, 4 pence. This tobacco eventually found its Gen. Tom Kennedy, 1 quart whiskey to Kngtnnd, nnd the English 9 ic nee". Upon this book also apl It very highly because Henry Clay, Gov. WnLiTi Wit boii and rich flavor so peared the name of "' soTUWv, lir3 blending, with coarser George Robertson, Hob Letcher, the Warfields, Dennetts and many other ono' hairier tobacco, and they noted Kentuckinns. to siscertain its source and There was whiskey galom nnd of origin. With this In view, they startgambling, and another sport ed, out a runner; this runner first course landed, in New Orleans, tracing with which was indulged in of which many difficulty this runner gradually work- of us never heard, men met there to "fight their bullies". It was the cus y ed his way up the big rivers and found the origin of this peculiar tom in those days for rich planters quality weed In the annd stone hills to keep attached to his household a person was well fed of old Garrard, around the mouth of "bully". This Sugar Creek. This man returned to nnd groomed, furnished n good sadKngUnd and reported the result of his dle horse and n negro to care for it where-eve- r Investigation,, and In n very short nnd accompanied his "boss" he might go; the only return extime a house was built and n miTrket fight established at tho mouth of Sugar pected of him wns that he must boss, much money Creek for tho handling of this pecu- at the word of his usually being waged on his prowess, liar type of tobacco, afterward his downfall of course meaning the known ns White Burlcy. This Is known to have been the loss of his Job and his luxurious His head was of the means of livelihood. first tobacco market south Alleghanles, and for many years the kept shaved, biting and gouging was rough and only market in tho state. To this barred, and they fought "market wo attracted tobacco from tumble, fist and skull until either no for four counties on the north aide and or his opponent, or some one fightCock five on this side of the river, tho best them, crieil "enough". grade coming as far south as Casey ing was also a favorite sport with county. Many 'farmer began to give these old time tobacco planters an J their undivided attention to the rnls-in- g their friends, nnd fabulous sums were of tobacco, to tho exclusion of won and lost tit this place. This market flourished for years, other crops. Billy Wall, nn Kngllshmnn was the nnd until tho railroads furnished a quicker, cheaper and more convenfirst manager, n mnn by the nnmo of the. ient mode of handling the crops. Mitchell, also an Kngllshmnn, r, and Isaac Marksbury, . Mr. Jnmcs Clark, one of Louisfirst inspector. The latter was ville's pioneer tobacco buyers was the of Mr. Frank also one of Major Burnsidcs inforthe great gmnd-fnthe- r mant ns to this unique market, and Marksbury, our townsman. The industry at that time was of a insisted that sumo effort be made to necessity in a crude state, they hav- secure some definite, data in rcgurd ing none of the appliances which are to it, and also the seed of the origiMnjor Burnside made now considered a necessity around a nal tobacco. The stave of the hogs- careful Inquiry, and what is here warehouse. heads were hewn, while the hoops written is the result of that Inquiry, The hogshends The tobacco grown is supposed to were split saplings. when prised weighed 2000 pounds; havo been what is known as White was the press or prise was n crude, prim-Itjv- e Hurley. Other Information affair consisting of a log Ingen-'louil- y gleaned from Major Kobert llumside arranged between two tree a great undo of Messrs James A. and . I. .. ; i ...i.i. t . Joe Burnside, who resided In the viSmaintHceu wim ivk munis. ' Unci CUirb, is sure of the ware- cinity of the mouth of fjugar Creek, house being in Tunning order in 1817 and who owned a distillery and powbecause of- - the fact "that this was der mill und who was noted for the year of the, great freshet In Kes-tuek- y peculiar rifle powder which ho manriver, during which 7000 hogs- ufactured. Other names mentioned in conheads of tobacco then on tho ground wMbiT shipment were swept away nection with the old market uro fanip iliar. "Uncle Billy" Wall wus well Wleti. BHIah Snrtain, the great grand-lath- known to many of our older inhabi, of postmaster E. P. Drown, at tants, and spent his declining years the time of this freshet had a con- - in the county; Isaac Marksbury was of tobacco on the ground the founder of the well known famf shipment J part of this he ily of that name, some of whom now and part bought, noting reside in Lancaster; Bob Mitchell, rising waters and know- - the afterward became W.MSFTftst of this tobacco meant cashier of a branch of the old Bank MfisyJhM'him, he hastened prepare-ifl- of Kentucky in Danville, and many hi trip. The river at this others who were connected with this tWipRa almost solid from bank to original tobacco market have now residing In the county. bank with floating trees and debris, thnt hiur. The plan provides thnt the miners fhnll return to work nt once at nn Incrcnsc of 14 per cent In wnges: that n commission of three persons be appointed to Investigate nnd deter mine within sixty days if possible, a basis fur o new wage ngrecment. The conference was made up of in ternational and district olficials nnd members of the Executive Hoard and Scale Committee of the organiiation, TWO RESIDENCES And Tobacco Land At Auction. James W. Smith and Theo. Currcy written manuscript. are going to sell their two handsome In the course of his address, denew residences located on 43 acres of voted largely to explanations as to the W. H. Cook farm 1 ' miles from why' he failed to "clean house" durLancaster on the new Danville pike. ing his brief reign ns the State's at two o'clock, these are two of the best locations to be had around caster and we are sure that people looking for n nice place to live and good tobacco land will do no better than attend this sale. Head their Ii Morrow bernmc Governor of Kentucky nt 1 :54 o'clock this afternoon, lie and S. Thurston Ballard, Lieutenant Governor, took the oath of office in the open under lowering skies, while thousands of persons looked on. The oath was administered by Judge John D. Carroll, Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, following n brief address by Mr. Morrow, In which he renewed his preelection pledges. The address of Mr. Morrow followed one by James D. Black reviewing legislation enacted during tho lost four years of Democratic regime and denying responsibility for nny errors thnt may have been made. Judge Ed. C. O'ltear, former member of the Kentucky Court of Appeals and one-tim- e Republican candidate for Governor, was master of ceremonies. While Governor Black wns speaking the crowd grew restive, nnd toward the close he was Interrupted by persons calling on him to sit down and let Governor-elec- t Morrow "have the floor". "I will do so presently", he said to one nf the more insistent, but continued to the end without eliminating n word thnt nppeaded In hi type- jFrnnkfort, Ky. Dec. 9th, ARE ALL HAPPY. $1.10 A RECORD PRICE FOR BASKET, POUND. pW'ki past ten years. This company will of rebuke to unfaithful servants and subdivide this farm and sell it at pub Inefficient execution of public trust." He pledged himself to assist in delie auction. Watch for the date. velopment of the State's natural resources, and to see to the physical, mental nnd moral welfare of the peoAt a regular business meeting Inst ple of Kentucky. Tuesday, the Lancaster Baptist Dr. John G. South, relative of Mr. Church voted unanimously to contin Morrow, Introduced Judge O'Kear, ue the present pastor, l!cv. C. D. explaining that the had been seStrother, for 1920, at n substantial lected ns master of latter ceremonies. Judge Increase in salary. Brother Strother O'ltear, In introducing Governor has made many friends since coming Black, referred to him as a Governor to Lancaster nearly a year ago. It than whom none ever had been held j is gratifying to know that he is. to re in higher esteem, from the standpoint main a citizen of the best little town of integrity and patriotism. He also in Kentucky. termed him a "game loser". SATURDAY DECEMBER 20th, 1919 Chief Executive, Governor Black said 'his chief regret over his defeat was that he would not be able to put into effect the programme he had mapped out for upbuilding Kentucky's educational facilities, and elimination of her penal and charitable description in this paper. institutions from politics. Morrow Proud and Humble. Mr. Morrow began his address with Messrs O. T. Wallace and G. C. the statement that he was "at once Walker, representing the United the' proudest and humblest of men", P.ealty Company, of Lexington, Ky, explaining that he wns humble in his have Just bought a 140 acre tract of sibility resting on him. He said that land from Howard King. This land consciousness of the great rcspon-th- e unprecedented vote given him nnd is located Just below Urynntsviile on ticket the Lexington pike and is the place the rest of the Republican where Howard King has lived for tho thundered forth "the people's ballot Since the opening of the Lancaster Tobacco Market one week ago the streets and alleys of the town have been fairly packed with wagons loaded down with tobacco, all eager to get on the Lancaster Market. The Garrard Warehouse has been taxed to its limit, but everybody has been taken care of and sales have been held daily since the opening last Wednesday. averages Some record breaking have been made .and the highest basket sold in the state was sold last Friday and brought $1.10 n pound. This was port of the crop of Mr. Phil Brown, raised near town, his entire crop averaging 815 cents. Bastln nnd Reynolds also of the county hold the highest average so far, it being $83.44 on 1180 pounds sold last Monday. We give some of the prices sold by , th basket: Bastin and Reynolds sold 125 pound basket, for 92 cents, 25 pound basket, 97 cents, 80 pound basket, 9G cents, 90 pound basket, 97 cents, 110 pound basket, $1.00, 45 pound, basket, $1.00, 5 pound basket, $1.02, H5 pounds, for $1.00, CO pounds, 9G ' cents. J. M. L'lntford, Crab Orchard, 135 nA.tn.l. n Ot ..nr.. OH nn.m.l. nt On' cents, 200 pounds at 89 cents. Marshal Hay, 245 pounds at 90 cents, 275 pounds at 80 cents, 205 pounds at 89 cents, 85 pounds nt 90 cents Phil Brown, 215 pounds nt 88 cts, 180 pounds at 88 cents, 155 pounds nt 89 cents, 105 pounds at 91 cents, 100 pounds at 92 cents, 90 pounds nt 94 cents, 90 pounds at $1.10; 130 pounds at 93, 155 pounds at 90 cts, 170 pounds at, 94 cents, 245 pounds at 90 cents, 255 pounds at 09 cents. Milton Ross 210 pounds at 82c, 220 pounds at 88 cents, 310 pounds at 88 cents, 280 pounds at 85 cents, 155 pounds at 84 cents, 405 pounds at 80 cents and 4C0 pounds at 75c. Ed Naylor sold 185 pounds at 80 Public Auction. ICS pounds at 90 cents, 255 pounds nt 96 cents nnd 120 pounds at 80 cents. Alex Doty sold the following baskets: 215 pounds at 79 cents, 109 pounds at 78 cents, 115 pounds nt 84 cents, 245 pounds at 90 cents, 280 pounds at 90 .cents, 180 pounds at 89 cents, 135 pounds at 89 cents; 125 pounds nt 85 cents, 235 pounds at 90 cents, 140 pounds nt 85 cents, 105 pounds at 74 cents, 405 pounds at 79 cents, 255 pounds nt 83 cents; and 70 pounds at 70 cents. I. V. Poynter sold the following baskets: 90 pounds nt 86 cents, 16G pounds at 8G cents, 125 pounds at 80 cents, 185 pounds nt 86 cents, 220 at 84 tents, 320 pounds at 77 cents. Severs nnd Daugherty of Lincoln, sold the following baskets; 190 pounds nt 74 cents, 225 pounds at 01 cents, 75 pounds at 86 cents, 100 pounds nt 92 cents, 440 pounds nt 93 cents, 80 pounds nt 90 cents, 220 pounds at 87 cents. Hurt and Ray sold the following; 300 pounds at 88 cents; 150 pounds at 91 cents, 40 pounds nt 89 cents, SO pounds at 90 cents, 05 pounds nt 90 cents, 85 pounds at 91 cents; 205 pcunds nt 88 cents, 115 pounds at 80 cents, 140 pounds at 89 cents; 35 pounds at 34 cents. Clay Clark sold the following: 115 pcunds nt 88 cents, 100 pounds at 97 cents, 70 pounds nt 92 cents, 23C pounds at 89 cents. Tom Bay sold the following baskets: 480 pounds at 87 cents, 455 pounds at 92 cents. 360 pounds nt 94 cents, 515 pounds nt 90 cents, 380 pounds at 89 cents. John Bay sold the following; B5 pounds at 85 cents, 95 pounds at 92 cents, 110 pounds at 90 cents, 170 pounds at 88 cents. John Ross sotd the following, 55 pounds at 80 cents, 70 pounds at 96 cents, 40 pounds at 92 cents, 35 cents, 10 pounds at 95 cents, 55 pounds at 94 cents, 25 pounds nt 85 pounds at 95 cents. cents, Pastor Recalled. Red Cross Seals Lancaster Baptist Campaign Starts. Church Pledges Worker Must Keep Busy Ac tire ly If Liberally. Quota Set For State Is To Be Realised But Many More Are Expected To Be Sold. Rpit Crna Red Cross Seals, A La Mother Goose. There wns an old woman who lived In a shoe, She had so many children, she didn't know what to do, As she couldn't buy each one u Christmas toy. She stuck a Red Cross Seal on each girl and boy. Mary had a littlo lamb, she hitched It to a cart, Anil in the cart she put some Seals, all ready to depart. All day she sold her Red Cross Seols, to help the cause along, And having sold to great success, went homeward with a song. DEATH SUMMONS Comes to Thomas Roth-we- ll Slavin Last Friday Night. The news of the death of Mr. Tom Slavin nt his home on tho Richmond road last Friday evening camo ns a sorrow to nil who knew him. Ho was n good citizen and led a quiet unobtrusive life, his interests all centering in his home, his wife nnd intimates. The esteem in which he wns held by his friends andelghbors was evinced by tho kindly and untir ing attention which they devoted to him during his illness. Ho was a devout member of the Presbyterian church and ten years ngo he and Miss Jennio Kavanaugh were united In marriage in tue old Pulnt Lick church, and have lived almost in its shadow every since, devoting a largo part of their Interests und thought to it and their pastors. His response to charity was always ready, willing and liberal and in all his work and thought his devoted wife Joined with him. The deceased was born Nov. 18th, 1809. Ha was a son of Benjamin und Eliza Kennedy Slavin. Ho is survived by three brothers. Dr. J, L. Slavin and E. K. Slavin of Danville und J V.. Slavin of Texas. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon nt his late residence and burial afterwards took place In' the Paint Lick cemetery. The flowers that mark the new made grave are mute reminders of love and Little Jack Horner stood on a corner, Looking for something to buy, He turned on his heels,. And bought Christmas Seals, And said, "What a good boy am 1". Down Dilly has come up to town, In n fine petticoat and a green gown, She will purchase a gift for each of DatTy Sales of the first six days of the Chris-ma- s Seals have not been up to the mark set by the promoters of the sale, which include every public health agency in Ken tucky. The State Board of Health, the Kentucky Tuberculosis Associa tion, the Ked Cross, tho Public Health Nursing Associations In all parts of the state, and the County Tubercu losa Associations. Many stamps have been sold in the Intensive campaign in Northern Kentucky, where W, C. Rycrson, n newspaper live wire, is chairman. In Western Kentucky, too, reports show that many seals have been sold, but not enough to make the state's quota unless they are considerably . increased In Lexington the school children have sold their quotas and have sent in requisitions for more Seals. Major Ernest B. Ellis, who is Assisting Chairman J. A. Goodson there, offered prizes of $100. for the best pnlc anlpttmpn nmnnp tho rhltilrpn. and the very first day the school quota was all sold. Your taxes are now long past due It is hoped to finish the campaign nnd unless settled this week, but if necessary, it will be I" will be compelledwithin a few days, to advertise and continued until tho quota of $130,-66- 0 sell your property to settle same, Many more Seals are Is raised. according to law, expected to bo sold this' week. A. K. WALKER. Sheriff. When the big drive to raise in five years among the 3,000,000 Southern White Baptists was planned, the Lancaster Baptist church was assigned the quota of $7,000.00 or $1400.00 a year for five years. The campaign closed December 7th. The Lancaster Baptist Church went over the top by raising in cash and pledges a total of $9,000 for the five years, or $1800.00 a year. There ore so far about 140 Individual pledges, but eight of the individual pledges amount to $4000.00, that is, eight members pledged $500. each. Late reports indicato that Kentucky will exceed her quota by $2,000,000. or more nnd that instead of $75,000,-000.0- 0 througout South, there' will be $100,000,000.00 or more pledged. The money pledged in this South-wid- e enmapign is for benevolences: Foreign, Home and State Missions, Schools and Colleges, Orphanages, Ministerial Relief, and Hospitals. Local church expenses arc not Included. Last Notice to Taxpayers. $60,000,000 Road Bond Issue. Because leaders of the Incoming administration ore said to bo opposed to nny increase In the tax rate for any purpose, a fOO.OOP.000 road bond Issue, It is said, may bo the solution A plan is also of the road problem. contemplated to have an automobile tax sufficient to pay interest on the bonds and create a sinking fund for Fresh Milk Cow Wuntcd. Pd. M. G. Tillett. her friends, And put Ked Cross Seals on all that she sends. To market, to market, to buy a fat Denatured Alcohol will keep your Radiator from freezing. 180 proof, at Stormes Drug Store. STRAYED to my place about Dec. 1st, a black horse and black mule. Owner can have same by paying charges. II. V. Bastin. pig; Home again, homo again, Jiggety-JIBack again, back again, right straight way-Fo- rgot Red Cross Seals, must have 'them today, tf. You save the difference at the "Economy Store." Manure Spreaders. Pltlasa Scala Cheap. Lot of shslf boss, anil Crimping, squaring and The sale of Roscoe Whlttakcr counters. which was advertised for Dec. 6th. forming machines for tinner. Incuwas postponed until Dec. 13th, on ac bator and bona grinding mill. CO. S.a J. R. MOUNT It. count of the high water. their retirement. ThejCentral Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Dec 11.1919 . tm HEADQUARTERS FOR caintjjck Jim Itnrvo Ralston homo for Xmas. is expected &HRIS TM AS AND Mr. Vina McWhortcr Is visiting in London this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. ll Coldlron were in Richmond Monday. Uttlo Margaret Conn Is nblc to bo up again nfter an Illness of pneumonia. Mlsa Marie I.cdford spent part of the pnst week with Miss Avn Miss IJertrudo Murphy has been Mrs. tho guest of her grand-motheMobcrley, Mr. Henry Smith, of Smith Ky., has been the guest of his ncicc, Mrs. I. It. Lcdford. George Noc spent a few days nt home somewhat Improved but returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. IT. M. Ilurgcss, A. II. Wynn and Willie Rogers attended the show in Richmond Saturday. I,. 11. Lcdford, V. C. Wynn nnd wife, W. It. Patrick, Fred Hall and daughter, Emma anil others attended asgsssm Ht Kn Is Every Animal At lis Best? Don't let vour stock lose their Summer's gain through November ncHcct. Your nnimais are now d hay and grain. going M dn car. t cm the succulent, It si a $9 Holiday Goods You will be glad you come to see us and t ummcr pastures 'rrs,t nu'.rili" 1 and l' Will ''l V tanicJ. Keep your animals' iwwels open anil rcdu'ar-dri- vis ca'. the worms l.tvp their blood rich nnd keep their digestion rpod by feedincrecularly Dr. Hess Slock Tonic A Conditioner and Worn EzpcUer run-dow- n the inauguration at Frankfort Mr. and Mrs. Ellis entertained the Christian Endcnvor and It. V. 1'. U. Friday night. Nice refreshments were served and all had a delightful time. Don't allow your stock to"uct off feed" condition. and in a Condition your cows for calving by feeding Dr. I less Stock Tonic beforo (rushing. Then feed it regularly to increase the flow of milk. It lengthens the milking period. liuy Stock Tonic according to tho tlza of your herd, tict from your dealer two pounds for each average hoe, fivo pound for each hone, cow or steer, to start with, feed as directed and then witcli results. "SO WILL WE" You never saw such a large stock of XMAS GOODS have this year. in Lancaster, as we WILL Friday night and was buried in Manse cemetery Sunday afternoon. Much sympathy Is felt for his wife who Is almost left alone without any near relatives. Miss Emma Uurchell entertained the Christian Endeavor ami II. Y. I'. U. Thursday night with n delightful social. Refreshments were served and an enjoyabb evening pcnL Major Davison and wife and Miss Alma Lear left Monday for Frank fort tb attend the Inauguration. While in Frankfort they will be entertained by Mrs. Ncwland, who will bridal also entertain the party. Friends here of Dewey Metcalf, of Stanford, have received the announcement of his marriage to Miss uf Stanford Gertiudo Wilkinson July 25, last. which took place .Mr. T. It. Slavln died n Why Pay Ihe Peddler Twice My Price? STORMES DRUG STORE Lancaster, Ky. Tell Wall tell you how muehTonjc to buy. ui how much stock you have. Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer Kills Lice FREE COUPON. Cut this out and bring to STORMES DRUG STORE pouml of Dr. Hess' Stock Tonic. NAME ADDRESS - and get one ITS CLEAN AND FRESH AND OUR PRICES SUIT YOU. Dewey is wall known here where he lived since a small boy. His wife is not n stranger to I'aint Lick people All as she visited here last summer. join In congratulations. Suggestions Toilet Sets, Military Sets, Mirrors, Hair Brushes, Combs, NEW HEADLEY TOBACCI WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED Sugar Bowls, Cream Pitchers, Spoon Holders, Silver Knives and Forks Sugar Shells, Butter Knives, Chinaware, Cream Ladles, Gravy Ladles, . Chafing Dishes, TOY LAND. Automobiles, Sleighs, Wagons, Coasters, Kiddy Kars, Horns, Dolls, Rocking Chairs, Tables, Doll Furniture, Stoves, COMPANY KENTUCKY. No. 2, Virginia Avenue. LEXINGTON, NO. 1, 537 South Broadway, I Vases, Shaving Sets, Lamps, Fire Sets, Coal Vases, Smoking Sets, Carving Sets, Razors, Brushes, Pocket Knives, Shot Guns, Rifles, Air Rifles, Electroliers, Cut Glass, Bowls, Pitchers, Waiters, Glasses, Water Sets, Vases," Trains, Rocking Horses, Flying Machines, Tanks, Trays, Comforts, Electric Trains, Cresentolas. Ford Automobiles, Coupetes, Sedans and Roadsters. The Lexington Tobacco Market opened Tuesday with nil the larger buyers represented and with n good market thnt got stronger as the sales progressed. At the close of the day the market on spme grades was higher than nt any time last year. Sales started at our No. 1 House after the noon recess nnd were uncomWe sold 117,735 pleted, leaving about 75,000 pounds to be sold Wednesday. poupds for $73,848.21, an average of $02.70. Thiff, so far a wo know, is a record sale for Hurley tobacco. There were no rejections.' Sumc of the better crops on this snlc arc ns follows: 1,155 lbs. average S88.30 Carrick and Brown, Scott Co., 2,885 lbs. average 80.45 llendley and Anderson, Fayette County. 9,230 lbs. average 82.00 Headley and Jlnxwell, Fayette county. 1,405 lbs. average 7G.80 Christinn nnd Sherrod, Fayette County 1,375 lbs. average Hugh Mobley, Garrard county. 75.C0 3,095 lbs. average 73.80 Stanhope and Anderson, Fayette county, 3,530 lbs, average 73.30 Hall and Wainscott, Scott county, Headley and Stubblefield, Fayette Co. 5,475 lbs. average 7G.25 7,805 lbs. average 71.20 R. L. and J. James, Fayette county, 3,750 lbs. average 71.C0 Headley and Anderson, Fayette County, 5,225 lbs. average f.9.75 Nuckols and Stevens, Woodford county, . 4,375 lbs. average 09.40 Headley and Carrier, Fayette county, 5,410 lbs. average 00.80' Nuckols and Cox, Woodford county 5,425 lbs. average 00.50 Cnrrick and Lynn, Scott county two Houses so can take care of you at any time. Our Stock Wo have Holders are all farmers and growers of tobacco nnd we run our House strictly on a commission basis. Tho past season we sold more tobacco per square foot of floor space than any Wnrchouso in Lexington nnd on over four million pounds sold we averaged S40.GG. There is no question in our minds but thnt it pays to sell your tobacco on tho Lexington mnrket regardless of any small inconvenience or expense it might bo to you. Special attention to trucks. Baker the best auctioneer in town works exclusively for us. DIRECTORS. Hal Price Headley, Fayette County. Chas. Nuchols, Jr, Woodford county. John B. Winn, Woodford county. J. L. Cnrrick, Scott county. R. H. Gay, Woodford county. W. H. Cogar, Woodford county. R. S. Scrugham, Fayette county. ORGANIZATION. Raymond Williamson, Scott County. W. S. Hughes, Woodford County. Fugg Bros, North Carolina. Thos. O. Hackney, Woodford county. G. Sullivan, Woodford county. C. F. Glonn, Scott county. HASELDEN LANCASTER, BROTHERS KENTUCKY. J The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky1. Thursday, Dec I 1, 1919 0 Let Welch Solve Your Xmas Problems Shop early and get the benefit of first choice and also avoid the rush and crowding which comes nearer Christmas. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE always tries to have a large stock of Christmas presents that are useful and serviceable. Every one in this period of high prices will appreciate receiving a Xmas present that can be used during the coming year to good advantage. It will pay you in dollars as well as satisfaction to make our store your shopping headquarters.. SUITS and OVERCOATS FOR BOYS. Give your boy a nice Blue Serge or Worsted Suit for Xmas. He will like it and it will last a long time.. SIZES FROM 5 TIG YEARS. We have a splendid line of Boys Overcoats. This will also make a fine Xmas present. THEY are PRICED FROM $10. to $17! MEN MEN! missing a good chance to get You are one of our Overcoats at a reasonable price by delay. Come as soon as possible and make your selection. READY-TO-WEA- R. A Range is something any Coats and Suits make fine Xmas presents. We still have some for those who shop early. Give material for a new dress or waist woman will appreciate. Give your wife n Hoosier Cabinet or a Kimkc for Xmas. She deserves the best and nothing would please her better. A Cabinet will bring joy for many a year as they arc wonderful time savers. SAVES, TJMK. SAVES FOOD, SAVES LABOR. as this is something that every woman will appreciate. v Don't forget we have a complete line of Blouses, Sweaters, Uuderskirts and Undergarments. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KEINTUCkYS GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. -- Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. Regular tford Way. Ford Company Brgin On Starter In 1911. 1700 every eight hours. In these ovens the armatures are dried, soaked jn varnish and dried again. Eight hours time is required for thia one operation. The power from the starter to the motor is applied through the 'well known Bendix drive, which automatically engages the starter and then, once the motor is started, the starter immediately disengages. It is equipped with oilless bearings and needs practically no attention. Within another thirty days or six weeks, the Ford Company expects to be making enough starters so that every Ford car will be equipped with the new Electric Starting and Light' ing System. A Our First Sale 162455 POUNDS FOR $101,749.82 Average $62.63 A FEW SAMPLE CROPS: -- McKinncy and Kidwell W. C. Parrish O. A. Hcndren, W. D. Sanders Walls and Griggs II. Whittaker, Davison and Hendren . 7795 lbs, average 720 lbs. average 1810 lbs. average 80.70--$J390.3- 5 80.14 $78.7G 577.00 1449.10 778.13 772.G5 995 lbs. average $78.20 990 lbs, average $78.04 1880 lbs, average $75.90 1428.10 1722.90 1179.82 4392.73 4048.89 2287.G7 2245 lbs. average $70.74 1545 lbs, average .. $7G.3G Edgar Burns Taylor and Ward, Ncal and Smith 5910 lbs, average $74.33 5005 lbs, average $72.24 3140 lbs, average $72.85 1275 lbs, average $72.53 Taylor and Stockcr, Griggs and Sowers, 924.81 We appreciate your patronage and can take care of you at all times. Our new addition gives us ample floor space for all. Bring your tobacco to the "BIG PRICE HOUSE." THE Call MADISON HOUSE. Richmond, Kentucky:. 99 for market information. Henry Ford tested the Ford Start ing and Lighting System on his own car for one year. Ten monts ago the Ford Motor Company was not manufacturing Electric Starters; today the output POOR RIDGE, KY. of its Starter Department is greater than that of any other manufacturer Mrs. Jim Clouse spent Monday of electric starting devices in the with Mrs. Lynn Clark. world. Its nearest competitor makes E. Lemay bought some hogs from lone thousand the whereas Kirby Teater at 14 M cents a pound. I Ford Company's output is fast np- Mr. Fred Lemay spent one night ' proaching the three thousand mark, last week with Mr. Ralph Preston. I two thousand eight hundred and Mrs. V. L. Sanders was a visitor of eighty one already having been man her mother, Mrs. Marsee, part of this lufacturcd In one day. The Ford starter and generator, week. is really two separate units is Miss llallio B. Duncan spent Sun- for it the result of a new idea or of a day with her cousin, Miss Hazel not More than enght sudden decision. l'rcston. years ago Mr. Henry Ford's vision Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian and saw the need, and his electrical en son spent Sunday with her parents, ginecrs were instructed to begin exMr. and Mrs. John Ray. perimenting. After seven years of Mrs. Y. L. Sanders Miss Sinnic constant research, which took into Cummins and Mr. O'rcnr Whittaker consideration the many different cli motored to Danville recently. mates in which the Ford car is used, Mrs. Huko Preston and daughter, together with the factors of size and I.indn, were the guests of her daugh- weight and cn adaptibih'ty to quantwenty-thre- e trial tity production, ter, Mrs. Taylor Bolton last week. Misses Grace and Lucille Lemay Jobs were built.. These were tested jpent Friday night and Saturday with in many different ways. Mr. Ford himself used one on his car for a Misses Olivia and Hazel Preston. engineers continued Mr. and Mrs. Walker BurJ:tte year. fStlll the experiments and improvements. and children spent Sunday with Mr. their Then came the order from the Govand Mrs. Robert Carter and children. tanks, ernment for 15,000 three-to- n Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray and Miss each one of which was to be equipLovie Brown and brother, Harris, ped with two synchronized Ford spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Motors. A starter was essential, so Lewis Simpson and family, the one now being installed on Ford Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kaney, Mr. cor s was evolved. But, only one and Mrs. U. G. Preston and Misses starter and generator was used to Carrie Preston and Elvaree Carter turn over the two Ford motors in spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lotie each tank. January first 1919 the Rancy. Ford Motor Company began equipping enclosed cars with this new Cut TMt Out It' Worth Money. starting and lighting system. Ford Don't miss this. Cut out this slip engineers say that although the enStarter and Generator enclose with Gc and mail it to Foley tire system weighs only thirty-on- e pounds, it & Co.. 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, torque output 111., writing your name and address produces a higher clearly. You will receive in return a (constant rotary motion) pound for containing Foley's pound, than any other system on the trial package Honey and Tar Compound, .for market. coughs, colds and croup: Foley KidWhen the department for building ney Pills for pain in sides and back; the Starting and Lighting Systems kidney and first began production, fifty hours rheumatism, backache, bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic labor was charged to each unit, but Tablets, u wholesome and thoroughly now that machinery and equipment per cleansing cathartic, for constipation, have been Installed, the time biliousness, headache, and sluggish unit if four hours. Two huge armabowels. It. E. McRoberts, Druggist ture Impregnating ovens have been (adv.) Installed, each with a capacity of Dec.4th.lt. DO NOT WASTE FEED Fccil is wasted if your Hobs do not digest and assimilate all the feed that is given B. A. THOMAS' them. 1100 POWDER olds digestion, caus-Jni- r a hoe to Ret all the food value out of the grain, thereby fattening In shorter time and of course on less feed. Get it today. We sell it. adv. W. A. Dickerson. nay, (Advertisement) 3,227,470 In Madagascar. The population of Madagascar the close of 1017 was estimated 3,227,000. . at at COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE Terrible Suffering From Headache, Sidescbe, Backache, and Weak-neRelieved by CartW, Sari Ttii Texas Lady. u, Gonzales, Tex. Mrs. Mlnnlo Phil-po- t, of this place, writes: "Five years tio I was taken with a pain In my left side. It was right under my left rib. It would commence with an aching and extend up Into my left shoulder and on down Into my back. By that time the pain would be to severe I would have to take to bed, and suffered usually about three days ...I suffered this way for three years, and got to bo a mere skeleton and was co weak I could hardly stand alone. Was not able to go anywhere and bad to let lay bouse work go... I suffered awful with a pain lu my back and I had the headache all the time. I Just was unable to do a thing. My life was a misery, my etomnch sot In an awful condition, caused from taking so much medicine. I suffered so much pain. I had Just about given up all hopes of our getting anything to help me. One day a Birthday Almanac was thrown In my yard. After reading Its testimonials I decided to try Car-du- l, and am so thankful that I did. for I began to Improve when on the second bottle... I am now a well woman and feeling flno and the curt has been permanent for It ba been two years since my awful bad health. I will always praise and recommend CarduL" Try Cardul today. 71 t The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dec S)JW II, 1919. IMIMIMIMIIWMIMWHMHIIMtMMt 5 Wool Clothing ALL WOOL CLOTHING IS HARD TO FIND BUT WE HAVE PLENTY NOW MADE UP IN THE LATEST MODELS FOR MEN AND BOYS. IN STOCK NEW BELTED SUITS AND OVERCOATS MADE BY HART SCHAFFNER & MARX AND OTHER WELL KNOWN BRANDS. PRICES FINE SHOES. $25.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $45.00, and $50.00 WILSON SHIRTS. STETSON HATS. COOPERS UNDERWEAR. : 9 Convrinht 1919. Hart SrhjffntrlMarT w I HOUSE OF QUALITY. JAS. W. SMITH Wanted Red- marriage to Mr, Carl Englchardt of Louisville, on Thanksgiving day. Mesdnmrs W. K. Davis, R. I. Burton and Howard King and Miss Ilcttic Scott attended the funeral of Mrs. Wheeler in Nieholusvjllc Sunday. Mrs. G. S. Conant nnd smnll son, James I)e Voro left Tuesday for Kimundy Illinois where they will visit her mother, Mrs. Harriett De Voro. Mr. nnd Mrs. Duncan nnd Misses Fannie Dowden and Bettie Scott were in Nicholasvllle Monday night to hear the Rev. Ilarrcll of Waco, Texas, who is holding a scries of meetings at the Baptist church there. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery who are from Texas also, have charge of the music. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard was hostess at a delightful dining at her beauti ful suburban home Thursday. A very elaborate course dinner was served and those accepting Mrs. Bal lard s invitations were: Mrs. Elder of NJchoIasville,, and Mesdames Eliza Ballard, Florence Ballard, G. S. Con ant. W. K. Davis, R. I. Burton, Owen Morcland, B. C. Rose and Misses Eliza Ison, Mayme Ballard and Zllla Dawes. Happy and Successful People Every where Are Always In Great Demand. Best Friends Pepto-Manpa- n LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CcryiisU JlilIft5chaner3(Mr J The Central Record l..ue Weekly. $1.50 a Year. Payable in Advance. J. R. E. ROBINSON. Editor. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Tost Office in LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Lancaster, Ky., December 11, 1919 Member Kentucky Press Association and 'Eighth District Publishers League. Announcements. 10.00 Rates For Political For For For For For For County Offices Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 Calls, per line .10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per ... Men." The soldiers and sailors that won the war were line .10 d In fellows. Obituaries, per line .05 man business it is the that stands the strain and wins the big successes. The world has no weakling, place for the It is natural, too, that Mississippi is a land of romance men and women should have more and interesting history, and si friends, and they do. They arc bet furnished torao famous men who have ter human beings than the thin had spcctular careers. blooded nnemics, who are likely to Mississippi was found by old world A. revenue man, who is an expert be "grouchy" and irritable most of explorers to have a fine climate and in tobacco statistics, told the writer the time. many fascinations. Two centuries a few days ago that in his opinion Advertisement. ago DeSoto, Joliet, Marquette, Iber- Garrard County's output of tobacco ville, Bienville and LaSalle had a this year would be 10,000.000 pounds BKYANTSVILLE "vision" of the civilization of Miss- and that it would bring into the issippi of today. wealth of that county $6,000,000, Mr. Sam Ilalcomb spent several At Gulfport is a railway pier ex- Garrard county certainly will be roll- days in Lexington last week. tending one mile into the Mississippi ing in wealth at the end of the presMr. and Mrs. Floyd Curtis and Sound. It gives dockage facilities ent selling season. Danville Advo family were in Danville Sunday. to foreign vessels and makes the har- cate" Mrs. A. B, Swope and Mrs. C. M. bor a gateway to the interior of the state, and south to the Panama Canal Any one wanting New Singer Sew Dean were in Danville Saturday. region. Gulfport is famed for its ing Machine, should see us at once. Mrs. Smith of Montlccllo is visit accessibility from and to all points Piano and Organ tuning done, by ing here sister, Mrs. D. F. Rankin. north, south, east and west. Oaks and Ware. Call The new uco. b. Conant made a The city of Gulfport has attractive A. T. Scott and Son, Lancaster, Ky. business trip to Louisville Monday. homes, fino churches and schools, and d, Mr. Louis Broaddus wa in Monday for the sale of his to bacco. D HE 3ME Obe, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard King is quite ill with . . Gulfport, Miss. wide-awak- e people, an aggressive She has also nbout her fruit lands and garden spots for the settler from the north. She has n fine hostelry. Gulfport is on the beauti ful Shell road also, that extends for miles along the edge of the Sound. It is a fine breeze one gets at most any day of the year, when abroad that electric line that runs along the very waters edge. The golf links, a few miles cast of Gulfport are an attraction on this line; also the Military Academy and beautiful Bcau- voir, that was once the home of Jef ferson Davis, and which is now i harbor for the Confederate Veterans of the South. If, while sojourning at Gulfport, one is weary of golfing or boating. why then in the moonlit nights dark nights one can go searching for "flounders" when the tide is out. It is a picturesque sight to see men and women, who live along the shore who often at night are thus engaged. By the aid of their torches they enjoy this sport. No doubt many find it an economic pastime. Gulfport is a coming city of some welsizel Strangers arc cordially come either to visit for a time or to add their interest to that of many others who come for the attractions she offers to 'all who and well-bein- g may wish to sharo them with her. Carlyle Porter. adv. COTTON SEED MEAL, We will be glad to book your order now. OBELISK FLOUR-TH- Red Blooded Produces Better Blood Sold in Liquid and Tablet Form. E BEST MADE Try a sack today we deliver in town. class if Get into the you nrc not there now. Take a few weeks' course of that splendid tonic Pepto-Manga- n and note how you improve in health and looks. Pepto- d Mangan is a maker and is CREMO DAIRY FEED, Will make your Cow give more milk. Hog Feed, Middlings, Ship Stuff, Horse and Mule Feed. HAY, CORN, OATS, RYE. for sale at the drug store right near your home. It is put up in both liq uid and tablet form. Take which you choose, but sec that the nam "Gude" is on the package. Without "Gude" it is not "Wanted It is the cry everywhere Pepto-Manga- s As Others See Us. i See our line of BKVANT5 VILLI. SCHOOL Ntwa. Virgil Prcwitt who has been very ill with pneumonia, is much better. Russell and Gilbert Curtis stayed at home Monday to shuck corn. Everybody wn nts to write on the new black-boarMiss Ida Spcake wns in charge of the High School Monday. Miss Scott was leader of the chapel exercises Monday morning. The attendance last week was not iio good cs usual. Too many are staying out to work. P.obert Swope is getting ready to go to Mississippi. Miss Ida Spcake supplied for Miss Dowden Thursday afternoon. The pupils of the Intermediate grades sold Bluing and received as their prizo a handsome flag. Mary Francis Montgomery has been having troubles with her eyes but is in school again. The pupils of the Grammar grades enjoyed reading "Rebecca of Sunny Brook rarm the past week. i c nrc looking fonvnrd with pleas ure to a Christmas vacation and all xpect a visit from Santa Claus. The average nttendnnce in Miss was hO per Mr. Floyd Curtis sold 9000 poumU Scott's room hut of tobacco to Mr. W. K. Davis for cent, of the enrollment, Miss Dow CO cents. lens room 85 per cent, and Miss Mr. James Durham and family Eettii room C9 per cent. We regret that wo shall have to have moved in with their uncle Mr. lose some of our pupils tho first of Job Marsee. The Community Silver Tea meet with Mrs. Hogan Ballard Tues- How Big New York Grocery Fir Keeps Down Rats. Vroome & Co., Butter and Cheese Merchants, New York City, says; We keep RAT-SNA- P in our cellar all the time. It keeps down rats. We LVy it by the gross, would not be without it." Farmers use RAT- SNAP because rats pass uuall food Three sizes, 25c, for RAT-SNA50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by It. E. McRoberts, Druggist, nnd Has-clde- n Bros, Lancaster, Ky. Dec. advertisement. FOR SALE: Three Registered Poland china boars, weigh about 76 pounds. G. C. Walker. ll-2- t. FOR RENT: Large robm over Poolroom, good light, back Gaines office. Apply to F. G. Hurt, U-Crab Orchard, Ky. STRAYED: from my farm on Sugar Creek about Nov. a black muley steer weighing about COO lbs. Last seen near Camp Dick Robinson, Liberal reward. Cyrus Daly, Lancaster, Ky i Words. I had a female hound STRAYED "How many wnnN is your stenog- that left home on Friday night, Dec. rapher cikmI for per minute?" "She Sth. This hound Is heavy set. white can talk at tho rate of ubout 250, I ring around neck, black back, yellow estimate." head, white spcckly legs. Sly color and kennel tog on. Reasonable reKsaaexx xxmoaaotxn woauoaotyn ward. George Burton, Lancaster, Route 3. Classified Column 1 l. the year. will Hardware CJ I While Attending court. Conn DC H Brothers. G.G LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." s day Dec. ICth. Mrs. Eliza Ballard and daughter, Miss Mayme Ballard, were in Lexing ton Monday, Mr. John Ilrjant sold a fancy crop of tobacco in Lexington Friday receiving 83 cents. Miss Fannie Kidd is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams while here. Mr. James Bourne of Lancaster spent several days last week with his sister, Mrs. S. B. Doolin. Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Edwards and M'sscs Ella Mae Edwards and Ida Van Kirby were In Danville Saturday. Mrs. B. C. Rose and little son, James Lear, were guests Saturday of her sister, Mrs. Bastin in Lancaster. Miss Elizabeth Sparks and ltev, D. F. Sebastian of Georgetown were the week end guests of Mr. Forest Cur tis and family. Friends of Miss Mary Lou Measle will bo Interested to learn of her Single insertions lc n word J No ad taken for less than 20c ' EIGHT CHILDREN HAD CROUP. in this column. No nds in this fl Ihavc eight children nnd give column charged. J Foley's Honey and Tar to all of Seven Insertions for the $ them", writes Mrs. P. Rehkamp, 5J 104 Herman St., Covington, Ky,: 5j price of five. Phone orders must be paid 5 they all were" subject to croup." It O loosens and clears mucus and phlegm, H ' ' It A . . stops that strangling cough, makes it JM KKJUtlOUUt K KJUtKTI HJUWl'H JUfllOOi easy breathing possible and permits quiet sleep. It contains no opiates, FOR SALE: A good pony, cart nd children like it. Good for colds, Mrs. J. D. Prather, and harness. s bronchial coughs nnd the coughs that ingcr on after influenza or grip. FOR SALE: Some nlco Rhode Good for grown-u- p children. Island Red Cockerels. For Sale by It. E. McRoberts, ll-3- t. Mrs. Woods Walker. Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. It. " Advertisement. 5,000 turkeys at the WANTED highest market price. Call phone FOR SALE: About 280 bushels 182. II. C. Bailey. f fine blue grass seed, guaranteed to germinate. $2.25 LOST: Chain, per bushel, Auto between sacks to be returned. Haggard King lane and Lancaster, W. M. Cornett, at Marksbury Saturday Dec. Cth, Return to Granary, Lancaster, Ky, J. T. Sowder. tf. lt-p- Tho W. C. T. U. presented tho school with a large framed picture of 5 Francis E. Wlllard." I RATES: For Sale. 8 K ,,n.. Range, Coal Oil stove, tireless-cookekitchen cabinet, refrigerator, dining table, 3 chairs, wash-stancenter table, 2 mirrors, old Trusty Incubntor and Brooder, 100 to 120 egg size, Axministcr drugget 8x10,' Crex drugget 8x10, Crcx drugget 9x12. Henry Moore, tDanvillo street. Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of C. It. Henry, deceased, will present them properly proven to me for payment, and all persons to samo will please pay them at once. t. Jlllton Ward, Admr. Notice. There will bo an election held at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky, Tuesday January 13th, 1020, for the purpose of' electing directors to. serve for the ensuring- - year. S. C. DENNY. Cashier;. Dec. 30, 1919. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER AGED RESIDENT SAYS BENEFITS TOTALLED $1000. belief Trulono Gave Worth that Much to Her, Mrs. Benner Declares. Louisville, Ky, Doc. 10. "For six .lollar I've paid cut for Trutann I feel that I've received JIO0O worth of benefits," Mrs. C. llcnncr, USA llardntown Hoad, raid recently, Mrs. llcnncr, who in B2 yearn old, lias Ionic liven u resident of Louisville, linvuit; been liorn here, and she Is WATCH YOUR HENS. Hens that do not lay do not pay. pay You can make these you for the feed they eat by giving them II. A. THOMAS' POULTRY HK.MKDY every day. Tonic, egg producer and used for gapes, bowel troubles and other troubles incidental V. A. Dickerson. to poultry. Advertisement. I I SECTION 2 37. TIIIRTIETHIYKAR . I 9 I 9. NUMBER TRUE COMFORT You cannot buy more practical comfort and (.belter than is built into this Oakland Sensible Gbc Sedan. It ii it is especially roomy; it rides easily over the roughest roads, and throughout it is completely und substantially equipped. self-heate- d; TIIC UNIVERSAL CAR J I GUY. Mrs. John Yater Is 111. Sirs. J. I. Ynntis was a visitor of Mrs. William Walker Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Walker spent a portion of last week with Mrs. Henry Yater. Mr. R. It. Ward waa the guest on Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ynntis. Miss Mary I'oynter I vMting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Howurd liar- - There are more tlian 3,000,000 Ford cars in daily scrvict throughout the world, and fully eighty percent of these arc lord 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 tr 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. Ixt us have your order promptly if you want one. 'Jour!!. Cur, I'.O.It. PjuUi-- t MMi , ltomUler, JKttJs M.ch. Additional ft.r wire wheel equipment. S75 ROGER ALDRIDGE, DEALER. LANCASTER.RY Haseltlen Bros. to Garaye Lancaster,Ky. ! ADAPTABILITY ii 111 Is one secret of Success. , .IJhe Weber jj is the Wagon ttrain on the That conform to the road without running gear. IS ! We nvito inspection of this new wagon, you should iee the new international 5th wheel. It dis tributes the ttrain on the bolster and sand board, and does away with the chucking motion of the front M gear on rough roads. Youra for Smooth Running, well known in this city anil vicinity. "I'll admit that 1 didn't have much faith in Trutona at tlrtt hut it soon .Mrs. C. It. Henry and son, James proved to he the medicine for my Milton visited Mrs. William Clark Itenner eonl'nued. Thursday. .u'menlV. ,Mr I urii to suffer severe bilious srt-- t Miss Anna Mac BromkiiM of Lank- Nil i ne knows the terrible caster, spent Sunday with Mrs. John fc ' i I'd r.xperiancf during; thaw Kioadriu. S.ime times they would xi ll Mr. J fan Beailey of McCreary was me l i!t I was down town and I'd "iite a hard time getting home. tm guest Thursday night of Mr. John oa.ldus. M tite war so poor there wan Mr. and' Mrs. Henry Tattle wire nr.il any kind of food that would Un.i't me. My liver lie hci-- out nl Si miii guests "f Misses OUie i.n ' Fannie Merid. mifor the (wt two vrara. "After I had taken three bottle of Master Jesse Lewis Dailey of M- irjtuna I realised it was helping me iary visited his aunt, Mrs. Ilc.r. ,.rd now. with the fourth bottle fin- ter Tuesday. ' i d. the bilious attacks have ceased ptisses Maude and Hazel Si. uh. I haven't had n spelt for to occur. night of wire guests Wednesday the past week. Sly kidneys are in fcs I. iila Ilronddus. better shape too. I can thruthfullj f.Ir. and Mrs. Miicy Iieazley were recommend Trutona to those who are guests last week of Mr. William sulfcrint; as I did." Hcnilcy of McCreary. Trutona is especially beneficial for Mr. and Mrs. William Walker spent lomhih, liver anil bowel troub'es nervousness, Monday with their daughter, Mrs. catarrhal complaints, sleeplessness, loss of appetite and the Itdy Prather of McCreary. Mrs. William Lane and daughters, like and as equally as efficient a n Minscs Flonnie May, and Savannah, reconstructive agency for overcomwere guests Wednesday of Mrs. John ing nfter effect of pneumonia, llmaddus. deep colds and the like. i Trutona, the perfect tonic, is Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson and introduced aid explain;.) in two sons of Lancaster, spent Sunday lancastcr, at R. K. Mcltobcrts Drug nifht with his mother, Mrs. Carrie Store Davidson. Advertisement. Irs. Tollivcr Cornett and son, Th'omas spent Sunday at Paint L!ck CUNN'S CHAPEL. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mr. Hobart Teatcr is suffering IlSmmack. from a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Ward and two Mrs. John Land spent Wednesday little sons, motored to Halls Gap Sunday and spent the day with Mr. with Mrs. II. M. Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. Kurtz and children and Mrs. Fred Conn. Mr. Jake Foley and Mr. Charlie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Itay Sunday. Tuttle spent Sunday at Hackley with blrxos.aa Messrs John Land, Newt Hardin cxtgnritaaetnyotElM.crn and Dewey Dailey were in Lexington Mrs. Mat Moore. Mr. and Mrs. James Ynntis and on business Monday. spent Mr. John Chandler was in Madison sons, George and Herschel, last week to see his brother, Mr N'ewt Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Chandler, who has been ill for some John Smith and family, Mr, and Mrs. Z. T. Rice and family time. Quite n number from this com- motored from Richmond Sunday and munity were in Lancastcr to attend were guests for the day of Mrs. CarCourt and the Tobacco sales last rie Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. iywus 9mUL TO ' 1 mimvm I,ism ' ussaw sail ai u-V- Wimi Window Glass ALL SIZES. f Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. flcRoberts Mr. Parmer- Remember that JweJ sell that good WESTERN ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT, Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. J BRYANTSVILLE, 2US KENTUCKY. You can buy at the right price of us Sutton. week. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Carson, Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. G, M, Hcndrcn and Mr. John Lqnd were in Nicholasville William Carson and daughter, Miss Sunday for the funeral of Dr. Hen-dren- 's Annelle of Stanford, were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bas-cosister, Pelphrey, Sunday. Miss lva Hollon spent last week Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harvey are with Mrs. Otto Simpson at Teaters-vill- e and Miss Hemic Montgomery receiving congratulations over the arrival of a little daughter, November on Lexington pike. 28th. The little Miss has been chrisMesdames V. II. Itay and Robert Long of Lancaster arc in Cincinnati, tened Minnie Elizabeth, While tearing down n building last to consult Dr. Sadler the eye specTuesday, Mr. Charlie Yater had the ialist, and to do some shopping. piece of lumber Mrs. Harvey Teater and daughters, misfortune to have a leg which crippled him Mrs. Hugh Mobley and Miss liemlce to fall on his His many friends Teater, spent one day last week with up considerably. wish for him a speedy recovery. her brothers, Messrs John and T. M. Chandler, Plant Defies Snow. Misses Viola and Gladys McCullcy In A plant growing on mountain and llertlia Noel, Masters Clay, dyne Europe develops enough heat and Clarence central Its flower stalks through snow and Noel JfcCulley to push Sparks were entertained Sunday by and produce blossoms. Miss Allene and Master Jesse McCul-le- I I 1 Water Works SEE us- - & Furnaces BASTIN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 SWEET DAIRY FEED, MIXED HILL FEED, GROUND BARLEY, Oats, Hay, Coal, Cement, Knauwha salt, Sand, Gravel, Brick and Coal, Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Tie That Bound. Mr, James Padgett died at the Lawyer "On w hut grounds, madam, l" you wish n divorce from your home of Mr. Freeman Davis from the do 1 Client "Why, I married him effects of wounds which he received about a month ago, at the hands of for his money, and he has lost his wife, on Saturday night. The remains were interred in the M, E. He Who Knows. church yard Sunday afternoon. Mrs. He who kniiwa nothing thlnkv he Padgett was taken to Lancaster Suncan teach others what he hus himself day and placed in Jail. Just ''ccn learning. He who knows he Winter Weathsr and Heavy Food. much, scarcely believes tothat what and Is fca)lug Is unknown others, Comparatively few persons exer- consequently speaks with more hesicise as much outdoors in winter as in tation. La Hruyere. summer, and at tho same time almost everybody eats more heartily in cold Says, "Don't Idle weather. The extra work put upon Mr. Fr.d White You Only See One Rat." digestive organs leads to indigestion, bad breath, biliousness, headache, "I did, pretty soon I found my celcoated tongue, bloating, gas, consti- lar full. They ate my potatoes. I got 5 dead pation, Foley Cathartic Tablets After trying RAT-SNA- P thoroughly cleanse the bowels, sweet- rats. The rest later. They pass up ." If en the stomach and benefit the liver. the potatoes to eat They cause no griping or nausea and there are rat around your place folpersou who low Mr. White's example. Three are liked by over-stowelcome the light, free feeling they sizes, 25c, 60c, $1.00. Sold and bring. For Sale by R. E. Mcltob. guaranteed by McRoberU Drug Store crts, Druggist, Lancaster, . and Haselden Bros, Lancaster, Ky, Dec. Advertisement advertisement. per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 11. 1919 SALE OF LAND Christmas Eve on Paint Rock By C. II. MORRISON. 5 take eat After RATON I C you always Hill II nil llll ill iHisll If - WbtMtm AGMVFMBaf. 8 tops food soaring; JESSAMINE CIRCUIT COURT. C. E. Overstrcet, Admr, of riffs. Elijah Evans, deceased, etc VS: Notice of Sale Dcfts. Herman Evans, etc. Pursuant to a judgment of the Jessamine Circuit Court, in the above styled action, entered at Its November term, 1910, the undersigned Master Commissioner, will on 22, 1919, MONDAY. DECEMBER JE&Z&j'! R. post, corner to Johnson; thence N 03 U, W 210 feet to an angle in a drain; thence S 71 U. W 277 feet; thence N 85, W 227 feet to a locust ETC. post; thence N 50 4 V 100 feet; FREE Illustrated Catalog. W 210 feet to the thence N center of the pike; thence with the NO ACENTS. the pike S G4. E 210 feet; center of E 210 feet; thence S thence S 404, E 280 feet; thence S 21 U, E itY. LEXINGTON. 140 feet to the place of beginning. 11-Containing 10.8 acres. 4t. TRACT NO. 2 Beginning in the center of the Poor Ridge pike, corner JOHN WHITE & CO. to Raincy and Snyder; thence with LOUISVILLE, KY. the center of said pike N4, V 280 feet; thence N 27, E 210 feet; thence assortment Liberal N 7, W 178 feet; thence N 21 M, W and full value paid 140 feet; thence N 404, W 280 feet; FURS V 210 feet; thence thence N N G4, V 210 feet; thence N 13, E Hldaa and 195 feet; thence N 8U, W 8G feet float kla to the center of the pike, corner to Burdctte; thence S 71, W 371 feet to a post; thence N 594. W 294 feet; thence S 524, W 310 feet, to NEW a fence post; thence N 84, W 883 feet; thence S 02 W 951 feet to a post comer to Lot No. 8; thence S FARM BULLETIN 44. W 1032, feet to a stone in a drain 70 feet east of a water gap; Now Ready por thence up the drain S 80 U, E 88 feet thence S 09, E 280 feet; thence Distribution N 82, E 119 feet; thence S 70, E 210 More than SO farms described. feet; thence X 87, E 150 feet; thence N 724 E 80 feet; thence N G24 E Gt yoir name on our mailing 352 feet; thence S 82, E 84 feet; Us? at ooce. thence N 69, E 184 feet; thence S Semonin - Goodman 89, E 235 feet; thence N 7G E 384 Incorporated feet; thence S G54, E 290 feet; thence N 01 E 200 feet; thence S 874, E 104 feet; thence S 84, E 298 Louisville, Kentucky. Containing feet to the beginning. 94.5 acres. TRACT NO. 3 Beginning at a N No. 2; to ANGUS- post, Ecomer feetLot a post; thence N to 44 1178 thence 324, E 000 feet to the center of a asssBBSxijBBBBBBBV branch; thence N 824, W 1035 feet to the center of Sugar Creek; thence I lAflaBaalBBBBBBBl up the Creek S 22 K E 540 feet; thence S 60, W 490 feet: thence S 8 W 500 ft; thence S W 177 ft; XSBSSSSSSSSSSSST W 280 feet; thence S thence S 29, W 513 feet to the center of a up to Ford; branch Registered Aberdeen An- branch ScomerE 290 feet, Sthence 24S 54, E 50, feet; 584. gus Cattle for sale anytime thencethence HS E 230 E 180 feet; S 02 feet; thence S 78, E 210 feet; thence S 82, E 24G either sex any age. Also regis- feet; thence S 7G, E 280 feet; thence tered Poland China Hogs. Big type to a water gap; thence S 80 U, E 70 feet to a stone, corner to Lot No. 2, thence N 44, E 1032 feet to the beA. D. BRADSHAW, ginning. Containing 77.4 acres. first WALKER BRADSHAW. be Said three tracts of land willtracts offered separately; then Nos. 1 and 2 will be offered together; Lancaster, Ky. then the farm as a whole will bs offered. The Commissioner accepting the bid that brings the greatest amount of money. TERMS: Said sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months, equal installments, the purchaser being required to execute bond to the undersigned Master Commissioner on the day of sale, with each installment of the purchase money bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum, from date until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Co. EVERETT B. HOOVER, Master Commissioner "Jessamine Incorporated Circuit Court; Bronaugh and Bronaugh, Attorneys. L T Manufacturer of Perfect-Fittin- FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, described as follows, TRACT NO. 1 on which Is loBLOOMING SHRUBS, cated the dwelling house. Beginning GRAPE VINES, in the center of the Poor Ridge pike, corner to Whltakcrj thence N 8G, EVERGREENS, E 433 feet to a drain; thence N 23, PERENNIALS, E 470 feet to a sycamore tree in said drain; thence N 6 '.4. E 140 feet to a RHUBARB, t: about the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, at the court house door in Lancaster, sale the property Ky., expose E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. herein below for described viz. All those three tracts or parcels of land lying and being situated In GarTREES, rard County, Ky ort the Poor Ridge Turnpike road, about eight miles (PLANT NOW) north of Lancaster, and bounded and mm TREES ROSES, HEDGE, 71, H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons 22, am 22, ' - jLANO 'stock FARM 24, 32, Southern Optical SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Kryptoks Invisible Artificial Eye Bifocal Lens 4th a Chestnut 8ta, LOUISVILLE, KY. Bananas. The banana Is a perennial herbs-'li- t plant, growing from year to r from an underground root stock li stem or stalk from 10 to 15 t high above the ground. The plant '.is drooping leaves, but no brunches ui.. fruit trees of the north countries. K.tIi dtalk produces one lurge cluster uf fruit. After fruiting, the stalk is tut down to the surface of the ground and grows up again from the root. NOTICE. The undersigned hereby Eire warn-bi- g to all persons not to trespass upon tur land: for any purpose whatever IS' we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take POSTED Garrard Circuit Court, rendered at its August Term, 1919, the undersigned will, as Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, rent to the highest bidder, in front of the Court House Door in Lancaster Ky., on GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff, Granville Saylor. VS NOTICE OF RENTAL. Defts. Nancy Helton, et al, Pursuant to a judgment of the notice 'Mrs. Cora Phillips, R. L. Elkin, Mrs. Emma Daniels, R; L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs; Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. 6. C. Kigsby. D. M. Anderson. R. L. Darker B. L. ICelley. J. C. Rlgsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1919, at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, the land described herein for the year 1920. Possession to be given January 1, 1920. The land is described Containing about 180 as follows: acres, situated near Dripping Springs. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the rental price, due January 1, 1921, bearing Interest at six per cent per annum from January 1, 1920, until paid. The leasee will be re- Jack and Jill went up the hill quired to execute contract with the Of life, without a falter. Commissioner for the faithful performance of the contract as will be Tbey reached the top safe and sound. Why? Success built on Thrift doaVt node known on day of sale. totter. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Funny what an Idea will do to a bunch of folks! Take down In the Taint Rock neighborhood as an Illustration. It Is. or used to bo. backwoods all right, but you can hardly call it that any more. Anyway, It Is about "two whoops and a holler" over the ridge. Another name the natives had for it around here was "Happy Hollow," so called mostly because it looked like It was anything but happy. Mostly log houses over there, and It's a solemn fact that a good many of them had stick and clay chimneys and were daubed with plain yellow mud. Half grown youngsters there went barefoot right through com gathering and up till hog killing time. 014 Paint Rock waa always a pretty good market for "blockade whisky," and It was even whispered around that they made a pretty good article of "white mule" In the neighborhood somewhere. It Isn't much wonder that the "war drives" paid mighty little attention to these folks and yet they were as good Americana as you ever saw. None of that dodging the draft stuff went with them. They went and they went with a whoop. Hut their attitude seemed to be that while they would take care of the fighting somebody also would have to raise the money. Most of them were good workers, toe, but they had mighty little. They saved next to nothing. "Thrift" was a word that you didn't hear In the Paint Rock country down "Happy Hollow" way. They worked over here on this side on the farms, but they simply never had 150 at a time. And they weren't used to the Installment plan of doing business. When the Paint Rock nisn had finished a day's work It was a case of "pay me now" with him when sun down came. Just how the War Savings Stamps Idea ever got into Happy Hollow" Is a mystery. Doubtless the Brat citizen who got I took It as curiosity. It must have been at that. It wasn't exactly money, you know. More of a sort df a promise to pay, you see. Bui somehow the idea of getting together four dollars and some odd cents and loaning It to the government away off yonder at Washlngton'made a hit. It undeniably did. The promise of Uncle Sam to pay 15 In cash on a given date sort of fascinated the Valnt Rockers. You see, alt their Uvea they had been owing the other fellow or the government or somebody money, and d thing pleased this and Interested them. They began reading the circulars about the War Savings Stamps and pestering the nearest postmaster about tbem. Before they knew It they had been formed Into a War Savings Society. First thing you knew a Paint Rocker's social standing waa being determined. by the number of "Daby Bonds-th- ai he bad or was thought to have. That Savings Society Is atlll doing business and gathering In a new member now and then. Folks over there like to stack another stamp on top of the ones they already have. A few of them are even beginning to eye the "Certificates" now and again. Christmas had always been a pretty hectic and frolicsome time over In the "Hollow." Hut the last time. Instead of gathering Into a band that wandered out of the valley to disturb other folks on Cbrlstmaa Eve, Paint Rock had a funny kind of a Christmas Eve celebration. It was a Christmas tree with a W. S. S. chapter to it. They held It In the little old school house that stands on the hill above the creek. The dragged a big tree out of the woods andv down one hill and up another and set It up. Of course all the presents that they hung on the tree were not "Baby Bonds," but you would have been surprised if you had kept tab, to see how many of them were. It would have been a little out of the ordinary anywhere, but over on Paint Rock that kind of a Christmas tree was little short of revolutionary to folks who remembered theraln', tar-rl- n' e Christmas that the "Happy Hollow" folks bad always celebrated. It waa the accepted thing to make somebody else in the family a present of a War Savings Stamp. And the big boots and the weather beaten hands of the Paint Rockers made the rafters ring when some youngsters came marching p the aisle In response to his name and went back red faced and pleased looking with one on the government's promises to pay. It looked like everybody understood that every "bond" that had been bought and given away was adding to the sum total of the wealth and respectability of a little community thar bad never gone In very strong for saving of any kind no matter whether It was "daylight," soap, grease or what not It haa all bad the effect of making the Paint Rock folks understand what the government means to tbem and what tbey mean to the government. They feel like they are a part of the machinery of the nation now, and that they have a real Interest In It, outside of paying taxes and voting when election day comes around. And you can't fool with thrift In one way without It gettln' a bold on you In other ways. Anyway, "Happy Hollow" Is more prosperous now than ever before and It 1 getting more so right along. PRINC.W.L BERT of a cigarette! the national joy smoke makes a whale R. CwrtsMimkr i. RrMU4 Tetactt C r--J AmjArr-.ntf-lS- tn4 --rr r rW kJ a. inir OU certainly get yours when you lay your amokccards on the tabic, lot ., pminrf tin IXHCXf MIJ af and roll a S. call for a tidy red tirfor a toppy red bog of Prince Albert ...?, pr.l makln's cigarette I Youll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count wilh ,fnj. mo. ,r.r Inf. lwff Prt Athr1 .of your smokestuntst Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies tM kS prOW MurfiriM tm awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette when it's P. A. for the packing! y Talk about flavorl Man, man, you haven't got the listen of half your Bmokecareer until you know what rolling 'cm with P. A. can do for your contentment! And, back of P. A.'a flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of VBuiluEdliUlisSB Prince Albert's qualitystands our exclusive patented process that cuts out bito and parch I With P. A. your smokes ong In a makin's cigarette will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard ! Pincc Albert is a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular pall Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a jimmy pipe can be I It is the tobacco that lias made three men smoke pipes where one was smoked buforc. It has won men all over the nation to tri joys of smoking. j BBSS, BBBBBr MJBBBnBB J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-SaJe- N. C sjtgtga Words. "How many words la your stenographer good for per minuter" "She can talk at the rate uf about 250, I estimate." Ostrich a Monogamist. mated "till death doth them part." The female mnkes n shallow hollow In the ground away from water courses for her nest. During the sitting period the male remains on the nest by night, the female by day. Famous English Chimneys. A "twisted chimney" dlstlngulhed an In the manor hous Elizabethan ancient town of Buckingham, England, which Is to tie offered for snlw short ly, and the auctioneers assert that the sscret of this mode of construction Is lost, and that the only other "twisted chimney," and that less perfect. Is at Hampton Court. Edinburgh Landmark Gone. An Interesting lilt of old Edinburgh, dating linck nbout 1GO0, has been burned. The destroyed building, which consisted of a single story and attic, was one of the landmarks of the Holy-roo- d area. It was the old Yew Treo tavern, and stood Inside the bounds of the Holyrood sanctuary for debtors, within which. In days of yore, the fugitive was free from the attentions of his creditors. Find Oaii . ' Dutes form the of the and Arabs In n Inrg" i e cry meal. ure sen iil In t ".. Sirup and vlni-.'- ar mi i;.:i- l- from old dates, und by thoio ul.o dlMigjrd the teachings of the tCnrun u kind of brnndy Is illrtlllcil from them. The lute pit Is grjunil nml fed to the cows fnd sheep, t.o that nothing of the precious fruit may be lust. Whole pits lire used ns bends and tountent for the Arub children In their games on the desert sund. ' I &illlM F.ra . i - . , . i. .. . -- P Ia the wild state ostriches pair In the spring. Once paired they remain 1 ENGRAVING Ton buy thti work lirrauw ytu want omtthtnsr nlc not In order tn tvonomlfp. Good printing U thaa cheap fncravlntr, as chMp flntry in erne rail dUap pointing. Our work la th ataniUrd. lttr sssss M " Mff. Ln jravers and Jtatlonera LODISVII.LK see complete line of samples. Call at Central Record office and COMMISSIONER'S COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. SALE OF LAND 'root t.i u.M.-tiuih Iho most Impressive fuel o: concerning disease In anclen . 'ouud lu the Bible, In Hi wli of Samuel, where we hp .1 the land where tbo l'hlll re was overrun with u plugu or mice and tbut thercupo le were smitten with button i punish them for their w OH Ark of the Covenant. Tli' of years Inter our modi" discovered lluil rats ure lb ..ciaIuLlorii ot ttuit pcstllvui x'ork Ueruld. 'pi Lalssez-f- i 'enerul neiwii d freedom nl rlnclplc of " .lid polltluil i" .rst Uktsl In I' 'rinclplo ould lent" ntcly frei frmi' on. by goveMii t quired l i.i i I bus lIlll'U lonlnterfeiencd rclstt of the It '. I r I.I . r,. i be it . I'iC- - as t. ede el- - GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. John Ma'ret, et al. Plaintiffs. Plffs. VS. Wiilinm Faulkner, et a!, VS. Nannie F. Scott, Defendant. Dcfts. Elizabeth Faulkner, et al Pursuant to a judgment rendered Pursuant to n judgment rendered at the No ember Term, 1919, the unnt the November Term, l'Jia, the un- dersigned Commissioner will sell at dersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court the Court House Door in Lancaster, Ky., on auction before Fublic Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd. 1919. on at It o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1919, the real estate mentioned in the in the pleadings unit described aa follows; the real estate mentioned In Garrard County, Kentucky, near pleadings and described as follows: Kentucky. Lowell, and contains about 50 acres, County, In Garrnrd Beginning at a point in the middle of and is a portion of the same land conthe Lowell and Spoonville turnpike veyed to John Marct, deceased, by road, corner to "Lear and Brown; John Henderson, by deed recorded In thence with pike N 894 W 28 poles the Garrard County Clerk's Office in North edge of said pike; thence leav- Deed Book P. 135, and is bounded as ing pike S 3U K 20 poles to a stake, follows: On the North by the land of corner to Clate Arnold; thence his Robert Price, on the East by the land line S 89 4 E 28 noles to a stake. of Belt Henderson, on the South by corner to same and in line to Brown;, the land of Gaines Henderson, and on thence his line N 34 W 20 poles to1 tho West by the County Road. the beginning, containing 34 acres. ( The purpose of the sale is to diThe nurnose of the sale is to dl. vide the proceeds thereof among the vide the proceeds thereof among the Joint owners of same. TERMS. Joint owners of same, The sale will be made on a credit TERMS. The sale will be made on n credit of six and twelve months and the purof six months and the purchaser will chaser will be required to execute be required to execute bond with ap- bonds with approved security for the proved security for the purchase purchase price, due in six and twelve price, due in six months, and bearing months respectively, and bearing six aix per cent Interest from date until per cent interest from date until palJ paid, having the force and effect of having the force and effect of a a judgment upon which execution Judgment upon which execution may may issue payable to W. II, Brown, issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Mas-te- r Commissioner of the Garrard CirMaster Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be re. cuit Court, and a lien will b reservserved upon the property sold until ed upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid, the purchase money Is paid. ! W. II. BROWN. M C " ( C W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. R. II. Tomlinson, Atty for Plffs. J. E. Robinson, Atty for PUTs. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec II 1919. FOR SUCCESS IN 2 WINTERING BEES X r our rniirn irdo-ood- "trrlng Fever" . hu btcemc ou fhyilcUiu preirnoc Acid Iran Mineral beouie It U natural Iujuld Iton; ind will not Injur the teeth or caui 111 erTtcts. It la the moit powerful Iron tome known ind comet to you Juit it It prepared by future la the wonderful depoiit, of Miniiiippl. Do not confute A. f. M. with cherelnlly prepared ubleti. i:k (or Acid Iron Mineral ind do not accept a ruuititute. All ..'rug itortt or nt direct by FCRROOINK CHEMICAL CORP., Roanokb, Viwoinia For SU by all DrufgiiL. Cumberland SBSSSSstlsP roiH itd Acid n of If you art rufferint Ireti Mintral to build Some of Best Apiarists Place Honey Gatherers in Cellars or Special Repositories. ALL HIVES ARE Do sgeBrothe 5 MOTOR CAP PROTECTED TSBnTsT Co., Junction City, Ky., Wru.U.iU Distributors. Grot.ry Provide Abundance of 8tort of Qood Quality and Shelter From Wind and Cold Of Great Impor. Unce to Have Good Queen. by thu I'nltM Ht.t,. Depart mint of Airlcultur. i Ilees In the more northern parts of tho United Htatcs for many years have been plnced ty some of tho best bee keepers In cellars or special reposl-torl- fi during the coldest parts of the winter. There has been a crowing feel ing, lion over, that If outdoor wintering Is practicable. In most cases It glres better results, and there hns been it decided change from cellar wintering to outdoor wintering within the past (Iconic. The difficulty seems to be that the methods of cellar wintering practiced hate not been satisfactory and It seems probable that If as much nttrtitlun bad been given to the perfection of the methods of cellar wintering as has been given to an Improvement of the methods of outdoor n Inter-I- n c, there would not have been as great a change to the outdoor methods as has taken place. The placing of bees In a cellar Is only another way of putting insulation about the hives, the only difference being that in the cellar all of the hives are protected alike and the protection Is placed about the apiary Instead of around hives In groups or singly. It follows that the principles which apply to successful outdoor wintering apply equally to the'protectlon of the beet In the cellar. Essentials to Success. As In the case of outdoor wintering, the esventlals to success In caring for n normal colony of bees from the end of one aenson'a honey flow to the beginning of the next lie In providing three things In abundance: (1) Stores of good quality, (2) protection from wind and cold, and (3) room for the .Tr.p.r.d KELLY Tobacco .Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Other Seed is being sold under their name. The genuine improved "Standing Up" Burley Tobacco Seed raited by B. L. KELLY etc SONS, can be procured only from the raiser and i not genuine unlets put up in packages having a facsimile 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 selected pods, produced by Champion Tobacco Growers of Kentucky for the past twenty-fiv- e years. UflflBSpJH&BjVsssslaSvv KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES.. Send all Mail Orders to St. sixty successful novels, was a keen nnd orlslnul critic. She wns discussing one of her own Tricks of tho Trade. What Vanderbllt Meant. death (.erne with n New York pub Lawyer (to fair client, a defendThe name Vanderbllt (Van der Illlt lisher last spring, nnd expressed proor Itjlt) mcsins "of the hill." Cor- found dissatisfaction with the chapter. ant) "When a young Juror looks at nelius Vanderbllt, therefore, means lit- "That death," she said warmly, "has you, weenj when an old one looks at you, flirt." no lire la it." erally "Cornelius of the hill." ing this time 13 half Home, was three and a centuries In construction, and dur- relet. Building St Peter's. The Into Aim fin A Dead One. K. Ilarr, who wrote popes reigned. Sheep. Sheep are used as beasts of burden In northern India and carry loads. R. F. D. No. 1, (Trade Mark Patented) '1 BBSssssssssssssssssssflsBBBtlsCrl B. L. KELLY & SONS. R. F. D. NO. 1. LANCASTER, KY. Interior ef Bt Cellar With Hives In Pilts of Four. Public Sale OF D n Having decided to make my home in Indiana, 1 will on Friday, December 12th, 19 A 1 UINt. f. M. On the farm of J. W. Simpson, on Scott's Fork creek, sell the following personalty property; One Good Saddle mare, eight years old, safe family; One Saddle mare, seven years old; One . 1 mm a good aged work Horse; Une halt Fercheron 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; Une good slide; Une harrow; One Hillside plow; Double shovel plow; Single shovel Plow; One Number One good Rubber Tired Buggy and Harness. A lot of Plow gear, bridle and harness, and several other things usually found on a farm. A good evoking 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. m A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. W. A. Turner, ROUTE NO. 3. LANCASTER, KY. ,UisltesteUlJtacfrasX, rearing of brood at appropriate timet;. These fat tors must not be lacking at the right times, and if any one Is omit ted It may prevent the bees from gath ering the crop of the following season. These three factors do not apply eaual ly throughout the period of relative Inactivity, but as certainly as anion of them Is decreased, Just so certainly win next year s crop be reduced. In practicing cellar wintering It unnecessary to leave so much honey with tho bees during the time that they are In the cellar, and ,lt is not neces sary during that period to leave room for the rearing of brood. During the coldest part of the winter the bees need especially protection from cold and wind, although enough good stores must be In the hive to keep them through that period in good condition. Probably a large part of the failure of beekeepers in practicing cellar winterlng comes from the fact that be fore and after the bees are In the eel lar the Important factors of stores and breeding room have not been adequate ly supplied. Ilefore the bees are put Into the cellar they must have room for breeding and stores In abundance. and nfter they axe taken out these two factors must be present In greatly tn created abundance. Necessity of Strong Colonies. As In the case of wintering outdoors. It Is wasteful to attempt to winter weak colonies. It Is difficult to set standards of colony strength at this season, but It Is unwise to attempt to winter colonies that are not strong enough to have brood auffictent to fill three or four Langstroth frames two months before tho first killing frost If the colonies In the apiary are not of the proper strength. It Is wise to unite until the proper strength Is reached. It Is of the greatest Importance that every colony have a good queen In order that brood rearing may continue Id the fall and may then again proceed rapidly In the spring. Usually It Is best to requeen at least every two years, but If good wintering Is practiced the colonies will come out of winter quarters so strong and will build op so rapidly la the spring thst the queens will soon wear out, making it safer to requeen every year. To get the best results from requeenlnf. all young queens should be Introduced so But they begin to lay about two Farm and Stock I will on Saturday, Dec 3th, AT TEN A. M. one-fourth sell my farm containing 80 acres as a whole or will divide in two tracts. 60 acres with improvements and a 20 acre lot, to suit purchaser. There 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 nersonal property; One five passenger Buick car: one eood two horse wagon; one new slide; one buck board; One new turning plow; one new hillside plow; Two Double shovel plows; One Single shovel plow; Two Drag Harrows; one set wagon harness; Fifty shocks fodder; seventy-fiv- e barrels of shucked corn; One four year old milk cow: One ten vear old mare in foal; four brood sows and pigs, and six shoats and also Household and Kitchen Furniture. TERMS Made known on day of sale. four-cylinder CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. R. N. Doolin Hlggins, Jennie, Salary, 187.60 Hamilton. Joe. account. 29.25 Hunt, Cclla, account, 75 ' Hill, Bettle, account, 25 Higgins, Jennie, Salary, 187.60 Ison, Logan, Magistrates Fee, 36.00 26 lrvln, bailie, account, . Ison, Logan, Magistrates Fee, By Sue Shelby Mason. 15.00 Joseph Mercantile Co.. nccount. 2.25 Johnson, Dr. William, account, 21.25 Having been appointed by the Garrard County, Kentucky, Fiscal Jennings, William, work 2.00 uourt to compile a f inancial statement lor me nscai year ending ftpru Jones, B. F. account, 25 1919, the following licport is respectfully submitted. King, M. S. desk 10.00 Kentucky Children's Home Society, acct, 150.00 SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT. 16.50 iu nnairu, j. u. account, Kinnaird J. B. Salary, 60.00 A Settlement made by Cronley Broadus, Commissioner appointed by Klnnaird. J. B. Salarv. 100.00 tho Garrard County Fiscal Court at a special term. Jan. 11, 1919, with A. K. Kemper Woods, account, 76.00 Walker, Sheriff of Garrard Countv, as Collector of the County Revenue, for Lcavcll, andD. A. Salary, 37.50 tho year mis. Logan and Anderson Bros, nccount, 12.00 $43,472.13 To Amount of Revenue charged to Sheriff 2.00 Jioran, iicorge, work, 4,033.50 To Tolls (2689 at $1.60) Moss, W. 11. for land, 1250.00 239.84 To Ommitted property listed by Clerk, ($47,909.00) Morrow, E. W. nccount, 60.00 184.50 To ommitted Tolls, 123 .Morgan, .Mack, nccount, 69.00 47.24 To American Tele. & Tel. Co, Tangible & Franchise, Matthews. L. I., account. . 18.00 14.68 Tel &. Tel. Co, tangible & Franchise To Cumberland Mornn, Geo. Account, 17.60 23.04 To Bryantsville Tel. Co, Franchise McWhortcr, E. C. account, 15.00 8.76 To Adams Express Co., Franchise, Norris, Tom. nccount. 12.00 25.B0 To Bastin Tel. Co, Franchise, Norris, Tom, nccount. 24.00 1,000.05 To L. & N. R. R. Co, Franchise, 1918 ! Note and interest National Bank, 3091.00 682.27 To L. & N. R. R. Co., Frnnchise, Bal. 1917 Northcutt, II. B. nccount, . . 28.43 Pointer, V. K. nccount, 260.00 $49,691.44 TOTAL C. K., nccount, Pointer, 33.60 Puryear. Emmett. Salarv. 126.00 THE SHERIFF IS ENTITLED TO THE FOLLOWING CREDlTSi Pollard, Alice Martha, account, 2.00 65.00 43.26 Ross, David.Salary By Delingucnt Personalty ($8653.00) 11.7.1 129.29 Rose. Dr. B. C. account. By Duplicate Assessments ($25,859.00) 05,00 32.25 Ross, David, Salary, By Exonerations ($6450.00) 65,00 38.42 Ross, David, Salary, By Land Sold, County and State ($7085.00) . 1.00 19.50 Ross, David, account. By Exonerated rolls (13) 65.00 1,063.50 Ross. David. Salary. By Dclinguent Tolls (709) Ross. David. Salary. 65.00 . . 48.00 $1326.22 $1326.22 Ray, Harrison, Magistrates Fee, Ross; David, Salary, . . 60.00 Ross, David, account, . . 391.90 Ross, David, salary, $48,365.22 70.00 BALANCE koss. uavid, salary. 55.00 500.00 Rancy, J. W. account, By 10 per cent on first $5,000.00 25.00 1734.60 Ross, David, account. . By 4 per cent on residue, $4,336.22 65.00 693.82 Ross, David, Janitor Fees, By 4 per cent on School Tax Collected, $17345.50 65.00 2327.82 Ross, David. Salary, By Road Cliams 55.00 By Miscellaneous Vouchers 4071.23 Rogers, W. II. Salary- 150.00 1000.00 Raiston, W. O. account, By Treasurer's Receipt, Oct. 11, 1918 6.30 By Treasurer's Receipt, Oct. 15, 1918. 1000.00 Ross. David, Janitor Salary, . 65.00 2000,00 Robinson, Klrzie, nccount, By Treasurer's Receipt, Nov. 8, 1918, 1.00 By Treasurer's Receipt. Dec. 5. 1918 10000.00 Robinson, H. F. Hauling, 9.00 By Treasurer's Receipt, Jan. 6, 1919 10000.00 Robinson, II. F. account. 2.25 ioujy.io Robinson, B. F. Pauper account, liy Treasurer s Keceipt, Apr. 4, vjyj 2.25 Rogers. W. II. Salary, 450.00 $48365.22 $48365.22 Ross, David, account. 256.05 Kay, Harrison. Magistrates Fee. Respectfully submitted to the Court. 15.00 Ross, David. Janitors Salarv. 65.00 CRONLEY BROADDUS, Comr. Standard Printing Co., account. 2.04 Stapp, Forest, Salary ... 275.00 Said settlement was filed, examined and approved April 4, 1919, by Stapp, Forest, account, . 10.00 the Fiscal Court. Stapp, Forest Stationary All. . 15.00 Garrard County conducts its financial affairs by keeping two separ- Stormes. J. E. account. 7.79 The General Fund Account and the Smith, W. II. account, ate and distinct accounts, namely; . 25 Road Fund Account. Sanders Bros, account, 7,49 Sanders Bros, account, . 1,.- 6.25 CENERAL FUND. Sanders. Coy, S. account, . 6.80 12.00 To Balance in Treasury, Mar. 31, 1918, $3357.74 Stotts, William account, . 91.85 15486.68 Standard Printing Co., account, To Amount received by Treasurer, including borrowed money . . 275.00 4071.23 Stapp, Forest, Salary To Amount received By Sheriff and paid on claims, Sanders, J. W. account, . . 2.00 fisn nn TOTAL AMOUNT OF GENERAL FUND, $22915.65 Stapp. Forest. Salarv Smith, W. II. account, . . . 50 Smith, W. H. account, CLAIMS PAID OUT OF GENERAL FUND BY THE TREASURER OF Slavin, T. R. Sal ary. 33.00 Smith, J. W. account, 9.16 GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Scott, A. T. account . 8.36 Trumbo, A. L. work 1.26 Amon, J. A. acct 16.25 Thompson, J. T. account. 1.00 Acton, J ,M. account 1.25 Tucker, J. A. account, . 2.00 Anderson, J. E. account 2.50 Taylor, Ed, account, '1 20.00 T: Amon, J. A. account, 8.00 Taylor, Ed, account,' .. 16.00 Bradley and Gilbert account, 56.64 Walker, J. J. Charity work 50.00 Bastin Bros, account, 25.96 Walker, G. C. Salary 175.00 Bourne, J. B. account 37.50 Wearren Ed. work 40.00 I Bumside, Julia, account, 1.50 Walker G. C. Salary I. 175.00 Bastin Telephone Company, account 17.67 ' West. W. T. account 33.00 Bastin Bros account, . 25.78 ;. Walker G. C. Salary 175.00 Bourne, J. B. Salary . . . 100.00 White James account 2.60 Bourne, J. B. account, 07.50 Walker G. C. Salary 1. 176.00 Bourne, ( J. B. Salary 100.00 Wilson John account .. 2.00 Bourne, J. B. account, 130.10 t.- Wren Mrs. Mary account 75 Bastin Bros, account, 25.87 Bastin Bros, account, . 12.00 $17536.86 Ball, W. B. acct $17636.86 9.75 Bourne, J. B. account, 1.00 Bastin Bros, account, 32.60 CLAIMS ALLOWED BY FISCAL COURT AND PAID BY SHERIFF OUT Bourne, J. B. account, 33.00 . Bastin Bros, account, 35.91 OF GENERAL FUND. Bourne, J. B. Stationary, all' 15.00 Bourne, J. B. Salary, Anderson J. E. account 8.47 100.00 Bourne, J. B. account, Anderson S. II. account. 35.75 12.60 Bourne, J. B. account, Bogie W. II. account 4.93 3.44 Burnside, Joe, Stationary Bruner L. H. account.. 3.44 15.00 Bumside, Wood, account Bastin Telephone Co. account . 22.55 3.00 Boner, W. H. account, Beazley J. A. account 90.00 0.00 Bastin Telephone Co., account, W. II. Brown account, 2.00 41.45 uasun tiros, account, W. II. Brown account, 64.95 .. 2.00 Bourne, J. B. Salary W. II. Brown account, . .. 2.00 100.00 Cornelius, P., account Broaddus, Cronley, account, 25 2.00 Bowling. G. A. account. Ulark, J. 11. Account, 14.25 2.00 ' Coy, J. M Interest on Loan, Bastin Telephone Co., account, 628.35 8.85 . Conn, J. A. account. Ball, W. U. account 289.47 24.60 Ball, W. B. account Carter, D. M. Magistrate's Fee 12.00 68.85 Clark, J. H. Magistrate Fee Bourne, Cleveland, account, 48.00 .2.00 Carmen, William L. account Bastin, II. V. account, . 2.00 6.00 Currey, Theo, account, Bastin, II. V. account, . . 2.00 . 5.40 Cox, G. C. account, Bastin, II. V. nccount, . 42.00 . 2.00 Carter, D. M. work Becker, Ballard and Co., account, 3.00 16.75 Cook, E. D. Magistrates Fee Becker, Ballard and Co., 6.00 15.50 Cox, II. R. work Ballard, J. II. account, . 8.00 2.00 Beazley, J. A. account, Carter, J. D. account . . 78.45 19.40 Carter, David M. Magistrates Fee, Batson, R. 11, account, . . 15.00 10.00 City of Lancaster account, Bastin Bros account, . 163.53 . 21.53 Clark, J. II. Magistrates Fee, Bastin Bros, account. 15.00 22.90 Davis, Lou, account, ., Central Record, account, . .. 50 185.00 Doty. W. A. Salary. conn Bros, account. 200.00 195.65 Delaney, Ivy Jane, Pauper allowance Conn Bros, account, 2.50 186.61 Doty, W. A. Salary. Calico, Elbert, account, 250.00 3.44 Dickerson. W. A. Pauner Account. Clark, James, account, 28.72 10.00 Dickerson and Kennedy account, City of Lancaster, account, 104.78 150.18 Doty, W. A. Salary, Carter, J. D. account, 250.00 78.25 Doty, W, A. Stationary Clark, J. II. account, 15.00 3.00 Doty, W. A. Salary, Clark, R. C. account, 250.00 2.00 Edwards, J. E. account. Carter, J. D. account. 6.75 15.70 Kliiolt, w. m. account 18.25 Carter, J. D. account, 15.70 Elliott. W. M. account. Davidson and Tomlinson, account. 10.00 43.50 Elmore, J. W. Draft N. W. Harris and Co W. K. Davis, account, 1280.00 2.00 Elmore, J. W. Draft N. W. Harris and Co. Dickerson 4 Kennedy, account, 280.00 42.50 Edwards, J. L. account, Dickerson W. A. account, 17.75 43.60 Elliott, W. M. nccount Dickfrson, W. A. account, 60.00 11.92 Frisbie, Mrs. F. P. account, Edward:, J. E. account, 22.60 18.00 Frisbie, F. I". account, Elmore and Hopper, account, 30.50 90.76 Forbes, Mike, account, Edwards, A. F. account, 12.00 2.00 Furr, W, II. account, Frisbie, F. P. account, 10.27 14.70 Farra, J. M. Account, W, II. account. Fain, 0.05 2.00 Forbes, Mike, account, Frisbie and Walker, account, 3.50 165.00 Garrard Milling Company, account, 61.00 Frisbie F. P. account, 41.26 Gilbert, J. S. salary 60.00 (nines, t,. u. account, 216.10 Germo Mfg. Co. Account, Grow, Orand. account. 0.17 0.00 Garrard Bank and Trust Co. account Holtzclaw, J, F, and Son, 900.00 1C5.00 Graves, Charles, account, 20.25 Holtzclaw. J. F. and Son. account. 20.00 Gilbert, J. S. account, 11.25 Hudson, Hughes and Farnau, account 103.37 Gabbard E. E. account, 1.00 Hudson, Hughes and Farnau, account, . 110.20 . Gabbard, D. L. account, 1.00 Hamilton. James I., account. 99.13 Goodpaster, Sherman, account, 200.00 Haselden Bros, account, 64.23 Hunt, Cells, account, 75 Haselden Bros account, 113.87 Hendren, George, M. 76 Humphrey, Mose, account, 6.70 Hutchinson, Joe, account, 3.00 uuuson, iiugncs and rarnau, 438.28 Hawley, Charley, work, 3.50 Hammack. KdIi. account. 2.00 Higgins, Jennie, Salary, 187.60 Haselden Bros Garage, account, 23.50 Higgins, Jennie, Salary, 1 187.60 Haselden Bros account. 11.65 Hendren, Dr. G. M. account, 20.00 Johnson, Wm. account, 6.00 Hendren, W. M. Salary 33.00 Johnson, Dr. William, account, 24.00 REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL rhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Hudson, Hughes and Farnnu, account, ............ 263.30 33.00 CONDI Hill, S. A. Salary, ... ....... ......... ...... .... ............. ......... .... .......... ............... ...... .. ....... ............ ...... ... .. . Dec II. 1919 Johnson, Wm. account, Knuffman, II. C. nccount, Lone, It. M. nccount Lyons, G. M. nccount Lyons, G. M. account, -Lyons, G. M. nccount, Logan nnd Anderson Bros nccount, Moore, O. J. Moore, O. J. nccount Mason, Sue Shelby, account, Mason, Sue Shelby, nccount McQucary, J. It. account, Mcltobcrts, It. E. nccount, Mcltoberts, R. E. nccount Noel, Jasper, account, Posey, J. II. nccount, Posey, J. It. nccount, . Rogers, W. P. nccount, Rigney. W. O. account Ross, Forrest, account, Rouse. J. A. nccount. Sanders, Jas. K. nccount, Stormes. J. E. account, Smith, W. II. nccount Thomas, I). A. account, Taylor, Edd, nccount Wynn, J. 1). nccount. -- Woods, E. L. nccount walker. A. K. nccount. Wnlkcr, A. K. account, Wearren, I). C. account, 3'nn - ?i'S TION OF GARRARD COUNTY, RY. . '".J , J in"?n i!!, 20.00 . ..... ...... .... ........ . ..... ......... ... ....... ...... ....... .. ........... .................. ........ .. .: t',n ,n'nn 2 3.44 " .. jj ."J .60 16.32 v&.Ol "?$" ................... .. ............ 0 66.88 S.4t ... jui.jo 13.60 3.44 $4071.23 $4071.23 2.00 .. ....... ... . ...... .... .... ...... ........... .......... ......... ...... ..... ... ....... ..... .. ... ... ........ ......... RECAPITULATION. Total of all sums in General Fund for Fiscal yenr ending Total of all sums paid out of General Fund, To Balance on March 31, 1919, in General Fund ROAD FUND. March 31. 1919 $22,916.65 21,608.09 $1,307.66 ... ... To Balance in Treasury, March 31, 1918 . $5,615.80 10 nmu received liy treasurer from all sources Includmg borrowmoney 1D.030.RO . ed To amount received by Sheriff nnd paid on road claims 2,327.82 . ..... ... .. ......... .. TOTAL AMOUNT OF ROAD FUND CLAIMS PAID OUT OF Anderson, Will II Anderson, W. II Anderson. Will II Anderson, Wm. Henry Anderson, Wm. Anderson, Wm. Henry Anderson, Wm. Anderson. Wm Henry Arnold, T. M Arnold, Charley, Arnold. T. M Arnold. Cha Arnold. Chas Arnold. Chas, . Arnold, Chas, Arnold. Cha Arnold, Chas. Arnold. Chas Anderson Wm. Henry . Anderson Wm. Henry Anderson Wm. Henry Anderson, Wm Henry Anderson Wm. Henry Bogie. N. K Bogie. N. K Bourne, Am, Bottom, Oscar, Beazley, Clay, Beazley, Clay Bottom, Oscar Bishop, Kinnaird ROAD FUND BY $26,974.42 THE TREASURER OF 90.14 15.00 16.00 15.00 ....... .. ...... ..... GARRARD COUNTY KENTUCKY. $1.25 10.00 17.50 10.00 12.60 10.00 7.50 3.75 15.00 1.25 99.60 13.25 12.50 10.00 15.00 12. Hurt. Marion llumber, Wm Humber, Wm - ..... . .. .... .. ........ .. ... ... .. . ...... ... .. .. . .. .. ... ... . ...... ................... ....... ............ ...... ...... J. i. Illythe. Will Clark, Lynn, Curtis, Carl. Carpenter, Geo. Doty. Alex. Dunn, Morgan, Dunn. Jake, Sr. Dunn, Morgan, Dunn, Jake, Sr. Dunn. Jake, Sr. Dunn, Morgan, Dunn, Jake, Jr. Dunn, Morgan. Dunn, Jake, Sr. Dunn, Morgan. Denton. Wm. . Dunn, Morgan, ........... ........... ........... .. .. Boatrigbt, John, .......... Bettis, W. S. ...... ................ ... .............. . ... Carter and Pitts. Conn, J. A. .............. ... .. .. .. .......... ... .... ... ....... . .... .... .... .... . .. ........... ........... .... .. ...... .... ... Dunn, Jake, . ... .... r.vans, Arthur, ........ vans, Sid, .... vans, Sid, ... . ..... Dunn,-Jak- 12.50 10.00 10.00 10.00 12.00 10.00 2588.74 923.76 1,50 6.00 6.25 3.75 3,75 2.50 7.60 60 7.25 22.60 6.00 38.00 1099.35 60.73 20.00 12.50 12.60 16.00 10.00 11.25 8.75 15.00 15.00 5.00 3.75 . 9.20 6.25 11,2, . 180.00 .. arra, J. otter, James, rancis, John, .M. ........ . .... orbes, Mike, orbes, Mike, . .... ...... .... .... . orbi, M. arnett, (Jlx--, II. .. .... .. .. .. .... . . ..... . .... ..... .. ... .. ...... . ... ... ... ..... .............. ..... ........................ ... .... ............. . .... .... ... ... .... .... .. ........... ..... .. .................... .... ...... .......... ....... ..... ... ......... ...... .............. ......................... ........................ .............. ........ .............. .. .... ....... .......... account..................... ...1... ............ ................. ........ ........................ .................... ... ...... ....... ... .... . ... ................ ........ ........ ......... . ...... .. ... ........ . ............... .......... ..... ........... ....... .. . acct.......... .... ... .... .. . ........ ....... .. .... ... ........ .... ..........Uii ........................ ........ .. ....... Coins, Wm Graham, Millard, rimes. James. Grimes. James. Grimes. Tom, r Grant, A. I). Coins, William, rcen, C. reen. Clarence. . Green, George, Graham, Millard, umber, Wm. Humber, Wm. umber, Wm. 10.001 Humber, Wm. 12.00 umber, Wm. 7.60 umber, Wm. 10.00 Humber, Wm. 8.00 llumber, Wm. 10.00 Humber. Wm. 10.00 Humber, Wm. 5.00 Ilerndon, II. K. 50 Humber, Wm. 12.00 Humber, Wm. 12.00 Humber, Wm. 10.00 Humber, Wm. . 10.00 Humber, Wm. 12.00 Humber. Wm. 10.00 Humber, Wm. 12.00 Humber, Wm. . 12.00 Humber, Wm. 10.00 umber, wm. 16.00 umber, Wm. 15,00 umber, Wm. 10.00 umber, Wm. 15.00 Herring, Andy. 0.26 umber, wm. 15.00 Herring, Andy, 3.76 Humber, Wm. 15.00 GOl.nr, utchlns. and Ilntterich. Humber, Wm. 15.00 umber. Wm. lR nn Hudson, Hughes & Farnau,.. 188,80 Humber. Wm. lfi.nn Humber, Wm. 16,00 Humber, Wm. 15,00 IK nn llumber. Wm. Hurt, Marion, 90.83 llumber, Wm 12.60 Humber, Wm 12.50 llumber, Wm. 16.00 Hurt, Mn. Sallie 1,00 ....... ..... ........... ..... ..... .. . ... .. ..... .... ... 2.50 5.00 12.50 15.00 105.92 4.00 5.00 34.00 21.00 64,00 6.00 4.00 69.00 7.00 10.00 6.25 6.00 6.00 119.13 01.50 4.50 260.00 11.00 12.00 Dumber, Wm Hughes nnd Ware, ........2895.90 30.00 Humber. Wm. 16.00 llumber, Wm Hsjeldrn Bros. Garage 704.86 2.12 Ilounihell. F. M Humber, Wm. 7.00 Hughes ami Ware 961.48 6.60 llumber, Wm. 3.50 llumber, Wm. llumber, Wn ... 1.00 Humber, Wm. ... 26.25 Humber, Wm ... 8.2J Hutching. M. G. 23.60 7.00 Ilumbrr. Wm. ... Humber, Wm. 13.C0 llumber, Wm. 13.00 llumber, Wm. . 7.60 llumber, Wm. . 9 00 Dumber, Wm. 3.50 llumber, W. M 10.25 Johnson, Millard 6.00 Jenkins, Howard, 2.50 Kinnaird, Bros, 62.10 Kinnaird, Bros, 51.60 King, Horace, 9.25 Lee, Wade, 2.60 Locker, Walker. Lcavell. Will Leavcll, Wm. 10.00 Leavcll, Taylor, 7.60 Leavell. Wm. 0.25 Lcavell. Will. 7.60 Leavell. William, 6.25 Lewis, Wm. 10.00 Lewis, Wm. 10.00 Leavell, Eph, Jr. 9.00 ' Leavell, Eph, Jr. 6.00 Mayfield, Bert, 1200 Mayfleld, Bert, 1200 Bert Mayfleld, 11.00 Mayfield. Ilert. 2.00 Marsee. Clayton, 4.00 .Maynehl, liert, 1200 Mayfield, Bert, 1200 Mayfield, Bert, 10.00 Mayfield, Bert 1200 Mayfield, Bert, 10.00 Matthews, Lem, 9.50 Mayfield, Ilert, 10.00 Mayfield, Ilert, 10.00 Mayfield, Ilert, 10.00 Mayfleld, Ilert, 16.00 Mayfield, Bert, 16.00 Mayfield, Bert, 16.00 Mayfield, Bert, 12.60 Mayfield, Ilert, 12.50 Mayfield. Ilert, 15.00 Matthews, Lem, 8.00 Miller, Geo 7.50 W. M. Mitchell 208.51 Miller, A. C. 214.70 Morgan, S. W. 20,00 Miller, Arch, 60.65 Myers, Jessie, 1,35 Myers, Jessie, 5.00 Myers, Jessie 6.25 Myers, Jessie jb.00 jM,i.e 10.00 McQuerrv. Porter. Naylor, Herbert 10,00 National Hank, ....3091.00 Newport Culvert Cn jot N'aylor, Hubert Zlll 1)26 Osborne, Roy, 2 50 Patterson, G. M. ngt, 5.49 laucrson, li. ai. agt, 19 Patterson, G. M. ngt, H 63.11 Pumphrey, J. W c.OO ......... ...... .... ............ .. ... ...... ......... .. ..... . .. ........... .... .... .. ............... ... w...... .12.60 ............ ... .............. . ......... .......... ....... .. ............. .......... ............ ............ ........... ........... .......... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... .......... ...... ............. ............ . ............ .... ........ ?!'" nn ......... .. agt it .... ...... .. .... ..... ............ .. ..... ; a."eon, G. M. Price. Vester Parson, I). W 126.00 17.6I 1.15 e.OO .. ............ .... ............ ... ...... ..... ........... ....... ........... ............ .......... ............ ............ ............ ............ ............ ............ .......... Robinson, Harve, uvuinson, liarve, Robinson, llarve, Robinson, Harve, Robinson. Harvo. Robinson, llarve, Robinson, Harve, Robinson, Harve, Robinson, Harve, Robinson, Harve, Robinzon, Hr.rve, Robinson, llarve, iwuinson, u, a Ray, Henry, Robinson, Harve, Ray, Henry, Patterson. 0. M. agt l ey on, Tom, Robinson, llarve, uoblnson, llarve, Robinson, llarve, Robinson, llarve, Robinson, llarve, Robinson, llarve, Robinson, llarve, Robinson, llarve Robinson, llarve, Robinson, llarve, Robinson, llarve, Ro ns,on, Han e Robnson, liarve, 50.OO .... ......... 2.00 10.00 10 00 i'oO ........I 1000 loioo '11.00 12.00 10 00 ' OO ..... 1 ....... ..""I" ... .1" " . ......... ......... . .jr.oo 13.00 15.00 8.00 ' 1S.00 18.00 18.00 U3.00 1.00 21.00 21.00 21.00 21.00 21.00 30.13 27.00 O i8.00 ......II" " 1111111 IIII! (11 ii',00 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dec Hoblnson, llarv--e Holilnfon, Harve Robinson, Hnrvr, Koblnsoit, Harve Iioblmon, Harve Koblnron, Hnrvr Uoiiinion, Harve, ItoRcm. Millard Itoblnson, Harve Koblmon, Harve, Itoblnson. Hnn Iloblnion, Harve Itoblnson. Harve (om, Milton Koss, John Iloblnion, Harve Itoblnson, Harve Itoblnnon, Hnrvc ItoM, Milton Itoblnson, Harve Itoblnson, Harve, Robinson, Hnrvo .Robinson, Harve, Robinson, Harve, Roberts, llurton, Itlce. Geo Shepherd, I. II I 1 , 1 99 1 ......... .......... !$ Creech, K. G 1.0' Conner, Bill, 21.00 Conn, Clay, Curd, John, 17.60 Conn, Andy, Creech, Robert, ?.0n Creech, Arthur, 02-Cain, J. M Chastine. Willie 1'-- M Clark. I.in, 2.01 Coffee, Obb, . 38.80 Cornett, Hillcry, 17.S0 Cornett, John, 1 20.00 Clark, E LOO . .............. .............. . ........... .......... .......... .............. ... ............ .. ... . Creech, Krcd, 2.25 Carter, Jake, . 3R.lb Creech. II. I) m.00 Creech, II. dco. 11. 10.00 Conn, 10.50 Calico, West Perry, 3.6 Clark, -.20.25 Clear, Eueene, 17.50 Creech, W. II - 24.35 Curler, A. It. 10.00 Davis,- - Wnjtcr, K. 42.00 Doty, Boyle, 3050.00 Doolin, John, Sean, K. II 2.76 Davis, Harmon, Standard Oil Co 102.04 Davis, Hunter, Sadler, W, II 12.10 Doolin, S. II Spratt and Daugherty. 33.00 Dailey, D. W Sanders and Schooler, 23.60 Dawes, Joe, Simpson, Clyde 08.20 Dniley, Iletti Sanderi and Schooler 08.85 Doolin, John, Sandera and Schooler 75.00 Dawson, John, Sander and Schooler, 38.80 Dorton, Jim, Sanden, 8. T. 48.03 Dickcrson, Jim, Standard Oil Co 47.10 Dickcrson, Ed, Sanden and Schooler, 0.00 Dailey, John, Smith, John. . 20.80 Doolin, Herman, Treadway anil London 3.00 Dollina, Geo Thompson, James, 57.60 Dailey, Edd White, Ja 17.50 Doolin, Will White, Jai. I. 60.00 Davis, Sam, Whittaker, Wm 07.60 Dunn, Dave, Walker, (J. C 7.60 Davis, John, W Walter. J. W 00.00 Dunn, Isaac, Whittaker, W. II. Dunn, Sam, Jr., $23,005.80. Doolin, Cecil. Doolin, Louis, Dailey, Arthur, ROAD CLAIMS PAID BY SHERIFF Dailey, Clarence, 3.00 Dunn, Herbert, Tom Adams. 3.00 Durham, James, Adams, John 3.00 Djehouae, John. . Adams. Leslie - 3.00 Doolin. Tom. Adams, Kllsha 1.12 Duerson, Harvle, Allen. Lee 1.88 Delph, Pat Allen. Lee 1.12 Dailey, r.d, Adams, John, 9.00 Dailey, Wllbcrt Adams. Andy 1.60 Davis. Jeff. Anderson, llobsrt, 1.12 Demons, Mack, Adams, Karl, G.00 Dean, Bryan, Aldridgc. Ham, 1.12 Davis, Sam, Adams, Harris 2.25 Doty. Ia'wis, Anglin. J. W 1.60 Davis, Andy, Anderson, Dewey, 3.00 Dunn, Charley, .- Adams, Bonle 1.50 Davis. J. 11 Anderson, Clayton, 3.00 Dorton, Albert, Allen. I'ierce, . 3.00 Embry, Geo. . Hill Abies. 1:50 Eason. Harvey, Abies, Guff East, Ltlburn, 2.00 Adkerson, A. A . 2.25 Edwards, Harry, Aldrldge, James Aldrldge, Harvey - 5.25 Kites, Milton, Embry, Clint, 75 Anderson, John, Anderson, Robert - 3.00 Ervins, Luke, 3.00 East, Rono. Anderson, Henry, 1.10 East, Barnie. . Alford, Clint, 1.60 Edwards. A. K. Ilallard, Frank 1.50 Enson, Ben. Barker, K. W 1.50 Kdington. Geo. Brewer, Geo, 1.12 Elliott, Paul Raymond, M Burchell, i 1.60 Foley, J. P llaker, Carl, 3.75 Fareueson, William, XVEiHrJobq, -- 3.00 Fathereill. D. Brown, JacK 75 Fox, Robert, Broaddus, Bob . 1.00 Faulkner, John, Broaddus. Clay 1.50 Faulkner. Isaiah, Bowline, William 1.50 Finley. Milton, Howling. Hiram, 37 Frailer, IC. 11. Baker, Howard,,......-- . 1.12 Frasier, Aaron, Baker. Hermon, . 3.00 Floyd, Monroe, Hroughton. Andy, 4.60 Foley, S. R. Jr Heailey. William 1.50 Foley, P. E nrlm. Will 9.00 Foley Frank, Botkins, Taylor 1.60 Fain, Walter Baker, Sidney, 3.00 Floyd. Will , Ballard, Sam 2.25 Greer, Amsey, Bolton. John 2.25 Green, Jesse, . Bolton. Clarence 1.60 Grow, E. P Ilrummet, Joe, 0.00 Garner, Geo. Ballard. Willie, 3.00 Green, Joe, Bentley, John 10.00 Grows, Hobnrt, . Bentley. Kbb 3.00 Grow, Edd. Buker, Jones 7.60 Grow, W. L. Baker. Tom r 10.00 Grow, Owen, Ballard, J. C. 2.00 Graham, James, Bradshaw, Walker, 3.00 Gilliam, Goc. Bird, Klmer 4.50 Gilliam, Albert, Bird. Bruin 9.00 Gilliam, Ira Bowline. J. M 3.00 Green, John, Ed Ballard. 4.50 Gastinuea, Robert, Bryant, Arnold, 3.00 Graves, Will Brock. Ira .'. 6.00 Graves, Garllcld, Bryant, Walker 1.60 Gabbard, D. U Ilarkcr. Isaac A. Jr. 2.00 Gabbard, E. E Barker, It, U 2.25 Green, Clarence, Barker. Kverette. 3.00 Gray, Price, Brock. Will COO Green, Geo. I Burton, It. 1:50 Grow, Lee, Brown. I'hll 10.00 Grow, Walter, . Broaddus. Tom 3.00 Gaines, Chas......... Byrd, Bill 3.00 Gay, C. J Barns. Elisa 3.00 Green, Henry, Ball. Willie 5.25 Galiecr. Willie Baker, Eddie 3.00 Grow, Earl, . llarne. Will 9.00 Goines, Ben, . Drashear. H. P. 3.00 Green, John, J. II Brashcar, 3.00 Griggs, Raymond, Broaddus, Lewis 3.00 Griees, Willie Ball. Earnest. .'. 4.00 Humphrey, Mosey, Brewer, J. II 1.60 Hammonds, John, Brown, Ed 1.50 Humes, Thomps, Barker, G. T. 1.60 Huffman. John, Barker. Curt 1.1 Barlow. Kirby. Hardin, Walter, 1.50 Hardin. S. M Beasley, Dan, , 1.50 Hughes, W. C Boyle. O. W 1.1 Black. Mills Huehcs. W. C 37 Hurt, Marion, Black, Dan 37 Huffman, Price, Black. Ollle, 6.25 Hill, Smiley. L. Buker, John A 1.60 Ball, Homer, Casey. Walter D 9.00 Hatfield. Jim Collett. D. 3.00 Hurt, Smith. Collett, Luther, 3.00 Holland, McKinley Clear, Gentry 4.60 Humes, D. I. Carter, J. D 1.12 linger. Horace, Calico, Elbert 3.00 Humphrey. Walter, Criscillus, Jim 3.00 Huffman, J. P. , Criscillus, Joe 6.00 Humphrey, Luther, Calico, J. M 1.60 Humphrey, Herbert, Calico, I). T. 1.60 Haeer, Walter, Calico, Lionel 1.60 Hurt, Wilson Calico, Eugene, 9.00 Hicks, James, Corneluls. A. J. s. 6.60 Hiehland, Homer, Will r"l-w3.00 Hounshell, Pete, Louis, 3.75 Hounshell, James, Crutcher Chas. 8.00 Hounshell, Ilallard, Collett, Mat, 1.50 Hilton, Car, Casey, It. A 1.50 Hall, Ben Coffee, Col 1.50 Hall. Amon, Centers. J. T. 2.25 Huffman, Scott, Clark, James o.uu Ha rdln, Jim. urantc, L.eonaru, 1.50 Huffman, Gabe, Carter, D. M 3.00 Hughes, Chas. Church, Willi 75 Harold, E. A Champ, T. J. 3.00 Hounshell, Grover, Cochran, Frank, 3.00 Hnsklns. Ed Cochran, Roy, 3.00 Hall, Joe Cochran, Will. Centers, Forest, 3.00 0.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 3.00 9.00 1.60 4.60 2.25 1.50 1.50 4.60 5.00 1.87 ............ .... ...... ........ .....a. ........ ... ......... ......... 5.00 3.00 1.60 2.26 4.50 1.50 4.00 2.25 76 1.60 .......... ....... .......... ...... ......... ..... 2.25 1.60 8.50 1.12 1.12 1:50 1.13 1.12 1.12 .... .. ........ .......... ............ ..... 76 3.00 3.00 8.00 3.00 1.50 75 ... ., ........... ............. ....... .......... ...... .. ............ ........ ........ ........ ......... ........... .......... .......... .......... ........ ............ .............. .... ........... ... ..... .. ... ..... ...... .. 2.25 1.12 1.50 1.60 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.50 0.75 2.25 2.25 75 9.00 1.50 1.50 2.25 1.50 1.50 4.50 1.50 3.00 1.50 COO Hutchinson, It. H. Hosklns, Geo, Henderson, J. O. Henderson, G. M. Hamilton. W. II. Hounsheli, John, Bend, G. P. Hounthell. N. M Hounshell, G. B. . Holman, Rush, llolman, Jimmie Ham, John llolman, Thomas, Huehcs, Jnke, Mulct. Jasper. Humphrey, John, . Hurdwick, Cronley, Ilardwich, Clarence, Haeer, Connie, Ilalcomb, John, Henderson, W. A Hendren. Asbie, Hilton, Jim Humphrey, Floyd, Humphrey, Herbert, lloskins, Ben, . Humphrey, Clnte, Humphrey, BUI Humes, Wesley, Hulettc. Cal, Huffman. Chas llamm, Bradley, . llamm, Millard Hutchinson, Joe, Hilton, John Hamilton, David Hamilton, Robert, Irvine. Henry, Irvine, Theodore, Irvine, Henry, lion, Riley Ison. Riley Johnson, Robert, . Jennines. Hamlet, Johnson. Andrew, Jarvis. W. F Jarvls, H. L. Johnson. Andrew, .... ... ......... . . ... ...- .......... .. ...... ......... .... ...... ... .... .. - Jarvis, G. II Janet, Fred, Jones. Met) Jones, Kile. Jenkins, Tolbert Jones. D. P Jennines. Jake, Jennines. Buford Jennines. M. M Jackson, John, . Jones, Frank, Jones, Dan, Johnson, Ed, Johnson. .Marion, .. ....... .... ... Jennings, J. IL .......... ...... . .... ........ ............ .. ... . ....... .............. ..... ..... ...... ...... .. ... .......... .. .. ......... .... .. .......... ....... ........ ... ... 2.25 1.50 3.00 10.60 8.25 3.00 3.00 1.13 10.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.35 1.12 7.00 2.25 1.50 :t.ou 4.50 4.60 1.60 3.00 1.50 4.50 1.50 3.00 0.75 1.50 3.00 7.60 8.50 75 .... M. A. ..... Kemper, Tom, ............ ... . ............ .............. ..... ............. .......... 3.00 3.00 8.25 75 1.50 3.00 2.02 3.00 7.50 3.00 75 .... ... ........ .. .... ........ .......... ......... ...... ..... ...... .............. ...... . . 4.50 1.50 1.50 4.50 9.00 3.00 3.00 10.00 3.00 3.00 9.00 10.00 COO .... ..... .... .. .. .. .. 1.50 3.00 1.50 2.75 75 1.12 3.00 3.00 37 ......... .... .... .......... .......... ..... ............. ...... ... "4.50 1.77 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.60 4.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 1.50 S.G2 4.87 1.12 3.00 4.60 3.00 3.00 9.00 1.88 1.12 3.00 4.00 1.12 . ..........r .......... ........ ........ ...... ........... ............ ........ .......... ... .. t .......... ............. .......... ............ ... ........... ........ . 0.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 3.00 1.12 1,87 4.87 1.60 8.00 5.25 10.00 3.00 in nn 10.00 Kemper, Buford, . Killion, Albert. Killion, Albert, Kldd, John Kinnnird. Jim. Kavnnaueh, Kavnnaueh. Mont, Kinnaird, Harry Kennedy, Mote, Kennedy, John, Killion, Walter, Klllion, Alex Kavnnaueh, Arch, Leave. Will. . Lee, Wade, . Layton, John Kd Leavell. Geo. Col Lane, William Loean, Early Lee, Jim Lemny, Sidney . Lone. Kmmett . Lone. Robert Lane, Sam Lemay, Elmer Lamb, Cricket Lewis. Shirley Lvar. Frank Lutwell, Ike . Loean, Jim Land. John Ben Lunsford. Lane, John Lane. Ollie Lake Bert Lcean. Howard Leavell. Clcll Lone. Llee Lear. Richard Lone. Frank Lone. Wm Layton, Jesse Layton. Vireil Lamb. Davy Lackey. Chas Lone. Lewis Ijiwson, Hueh Lakes, Jim Longworth, Henry Lane. Felix Lamny, Lewis Lay. Mitt Lay, Marion Lay, Luther Lone. Jesse Lamb, Klick Lamb. Jimmie Lay, D. M Lone. Earl Uwson, W. M Loean, Chns. Lone. Ott Loean, John Lake. Jake Lyttele, Alex Lunsford. Robert Locker, Wilbert Meadows, Crit Monteomery, Marion Moneomery, Elgin Miller, Joo Miller. Joe Maupin, Lane May, Hobert Miller, A. C Manuel, Corb Matthews, L. L Miller, Willie Meadows, Ansel Marshbanks, Steve Marsce, Grant Miller, Homer Mullins, Thornton Moore, Phillip Morris, John Marsee, Jim Moneyhan, Ralph Mack. W. M Maupin, John Moberly, Hugh Moberly, Carl Mitchell, Canady Marsce, ueo. Malear. Alford Monteomery, Arthur Maupin, Dan Matlock, Arthur Mitchell, Bob Montgomery, II. R. Montgomery, Earnest Marsee, Clayton Morgan, C. E. Montgomery, Tom Morean. Oscar Maupin, Hiram 2.25 9.00 0.00 0.00 7.00 1.50 1.60 4.50 1.50 3.00 8.25 1.87 75 3.00 9.00 75 75 75 8.25 1.50 0.00 3.00 3.00 37 1.12 3.00 4.60 7.00 1.50 3.00 3.00 1.60 3.00 5.50 9.00 2.25 1.50 3.00 0.75 3.00 4.23 3.37 4.50 9.00 0.00 3.00 3.00 3,00 3.00 6.25 2.00 3.00 1.12 3.75 1.50 3.00 a.uu 3.00 3.00 1.50 75 3.00 2.25 0.00 1.60 3.00 1.88 1.12 1.50 3.00 3.00 75 9.00 75 1.50 1.87 1.50 9.00 1.77 75 3.00 3.00 1.50 3.27 1.60 2.25 1.13 3.00 3.00 5.25 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 1.12 1.50 3.37 4.50 1.50 2.25 1.50 2.25 4.50 3.00 7.50 1.50 75 1.12 1.50 3.75 1.50 3.00 1.50 75 3,00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 3.00 3.00 10.00 1.50 0.00 1.50 75 1.50 0.00 3.00 1.50 75 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 13.50 1.50 3.00 8.00 9.00 1.12 3.00 3.00 3.00 7.50 1.50 9.00 1.50 3.00 7.50 3.00 2.25 1.60 1.50 3.00 1.50 a.uu 2,25 4.60 7.50 3.00 9.00 0.00 3.02 75 75 3.00 2.25 Montgomery, Ike . Monteomery, A. O, Masters, Willie Moore, J. M. Moore, Rumam Mitchell, Alex Mays, Hnrrison ... Masters, Ollie Mobcrly, W. M. Moberly, Jay Mitchell Marlon Meadows, Milliard McQuerry, Hamp McKcnny, A. N Naylor, Leonard Naylor, Ike Nnylor, R. S Ncwlnnd, Buster Noel, Lewis Nnylor, Curtis Naylor, Ed .Nnylor, mil Naylor, Gnbic New land, John, Col. ... .... .... .. .. Onstott. R. B. .......... .......... ............ ............. ........... ... i - 4.50 3.00 1.12 1.50 1.50 1.50 4.50 3.00 1.60 1.60 1.50 1.50 0.00 2.00 0.75 1.87 0.00 75 2.25 75 1.50 25 Simpson, 0. K. Sebastian, Arthur, acnooler, Simmon. Smith, John, Smith, Joe, Simpson, Bill, Simpson, Hobart, blinw, Kobe rt, Smith. W. II Smith, II. G Stone. Herbert. Swopc, R. K, hwope, Alford, Smnlley. C. C. Scott Cha Scott, Robert, Shcrrcw, Robert, Sanders, J. B. Simt.son, Wesley, Sutton, Pat Stinnett. Hiram, Simpson, Irvine, Seear, Willie Simpson, William, ........... ........ lico, ........... Henry. ...... 1 2, 2 1 ............ ......... ...... .... 3, 1, Teater, Elbert, Tenter, Klrby Tankerslcy, Jim, Turner, Harry, 9, 4, .... ............. ........... .... 0 ......... ........ . Olicc, Fred Olice, Willie Onstott. Wm. O'Hcnrn, Thos. O'Hcnrn, Thos. O 3.00 75 3.00 3.00 banders, V, I, 3.00 Smith, Tandy, 3.00 Stignll, Jack, 5.03 5.03 3.37 75 3.00 2.25 4.00 0.75 9.00 2.00 0.75 10.00 ... .... . 10.1 1 J.Jl Sutton, James, O'Hcnrn, John Payne, Simon Prcwltt, Oscar Pendleton. Clarence Preston, Huke lleurn, John Preston, Elbert Preston, Jesse Prcwltt, D. I Peters, Millard Pendleton, ... ... Pointer, Pointer, Parker, Pollard, Prewitt, Preston, Prewitt, Prewitt, Prewitt, Prewitt, Prather, Prathcr, Prather, Prewitt, Vireil Geo. Arch Boss Mason Common Alford N. L Bnscom Eliza .. . . Sherrow, Dennis, Smith, James, Tucker, James, Tinchcr, Dave, Teater, Dock, Todd, J. I Todd, G. B Thomas, Alvin, Thompson. Aubcn, J."" Turner, Willi 9.00 Turner. Bruce. 3.00 Torrance, James, 2.25 Turner, Collie, ....... Scrivner. Ilallard, Starns, Bud, ... Shcrrow, Geo, ....... .. ......... 4 9 4 0 3 3 1 0 3 1 Taylor, Lee, Tankerslcy, W. II. Vanwinkle, John, Vanwlnkle, W. N Vanderpool, Russell, Wylie, Lcs Wcarren, Ed, Williams, Sam Warren, Creed, Walker, Kemp, Wnrren, Bradley, Watkins. J. 1 Wnrmoth, John, Walker, Smiley Wren, W. M West. Chns Wnlden, Rob Whittaker, W. E Wheeler, M. B Walker, Willie, Wren, A. T Wren, Bethel Warren, Bruce, White, Jacob Withers, Geo. Wylie. Frank Watkins, James Wren, Chnrles, Ward, Preston, Willson, J. C Warren, Will .. ........... . ... .......... ........ ...... ........ . .. ....... ... ........ ........ ....... .. .. . '0.75 1.50 2.37 3.00 75 2.44 9.00 1.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.60 1.50 1.50 75 1.60 3.00 1.60 1.50 1.60 1.10 3.00 75 0.75 2.25 4.00 ... Warren, John, .... . . 2, 3. 3 9. 1 3, Chas Willie Pendleton, Goebel Pendleton. Lee R. F. James Jesse .. .- - . in ........ .. .. . . .. .. Parson. Melvin Pollard. Frank Price. Vester Parker, Ned Prewitt, Roy Purcell. Reubin Plumer, Sam Pollard, Moat Powell. Ben Ittrsons, Bently Pointer, W. S Purcell. S. J Price, John Pointer, Alvis Pineleton. G. W Phelps, W. L. Payne, Andrew Palmer, Lee rowitt. N. S Pierce, Lee Pollard. Bud Preston, Riley Parker, Clay ... - ........... . Prather. Joe Prewitt, David Penineton. F. L. Preston, Earl Preston. Marshall Pendleton. Jcf Pollard, Robert L Pennineton, J. Pointer. I. V Prather, Steve H ............ .............. .. ............ ... . .............. ... .... . .............. .. .... .. .......... Ray, Elem . Ray, Hunter Ray, William Royston, Sam Robertson, G. B. Ray. Jesse Ray. John Rny, Abder Reynolds. Luther Riesby. Tom Ray. Royston Rothwell, Nick Royston, Frank Reynolds, Mike Rny, Sam Ramsey, C. L. Roeers, Millard Royston, James Royston, John Rankins. T. B Rny, Geo Ray, John Rothwell. Nick Roach, Jesse, Raines. Sam Raines. Herod, Richardson. Henry, Rouse, J. A Ramsey. C. L. Ray, Bryant, Ray, Homer, Ray, K. B Rains, Ulysses Robinson. Audie. Robinson, C. S Ross, Howard, Ray. Floyd Roberta, James, Ross, Chas, Roeers. James. Ray, Henry Ready, Edd Rogers, John Snyder, Floyd Smith, J. R Smith, Jack Smith, Luther Sanders, Jesse, Speaks, Johnson, i . . . ... ..... ........... ......... .......... ........ .......... . Sutton, Butler, Stamper, Earl Smith, R. C Steavens. Harve, Smith, Penman, Sebastian, John, ............ Sebastian. Virgil, .......... ............ .. ...... ............ .......... ........ ...... .......... ............ ........ l.ou Sebastian, Jesse, Smith, Min Steavens, Criss, Speaks, L. E Sanders, Burton, Sowders, Criss, Sebastian. Jesse. Sopher, Richard, Shearer, Luke, Shearer, Luke, Segar, Bee Stennitt, Llge, n Scott, Raymond, Speaks, R. K Sadler, Allen, Sebastian, Less, Sebastian, Rutler, Simpson, Robert, Shepherd, J. L. Spivey, Dick, Swone, Henry, Snyder, James, Sebastian, Homer, ......... ........... .. .... ........ Scroll, T J ...4....... ........... ........ 0.00 Turner. Arthur. o.uu Tracy, R.' L. 9 5.G2 Rankins, Team 0, L50 Geo, 1 1.60 Turner, . 4.50 Tarrcncc, Frank, 1.50 Turner, Walter, $2,327.82 4.50 1.10 RECAPITULATION. 2.00 1.87 Total of all sums in Road Furd, for Fiscal year endine March 3.00 J2C974.42 31st. 1919. 1.50 paid out of Road Fund, 25,033.08 . l.ou Total of all sums 1.50 To balance on March 31, 1919, in Road Fund. $1,040.74 J.uu 1.50 INDEBTEDNESS. o.uu (Bonded Indebtedness) 1.87 $15,000.00 3.00 Court House0 Bonds, 75.00 1.50 Interest at per cent to March 31, 1919 13,000.00 10.00 Turnpike Bonds Interest nt 4 per cent to March 31, 1919, 130.00 75 . 1.50 (Money Borrowed) 1.87 Notes to J. M. Coy $10,000.00 1.50 Interest on same, to March 31, 1919 150.00 1.50 Note to E. II. Chandler 2,500.00 3.00 Interest on same to March 31, 137.50 l'Jlu 75 75 TOTAL 1NDEBTERNESS $40,992.50 2.25 1.88 SUE SHELBY MASON, 3.00 3.00 Examined and approved by FOREST STAPP, Judge, 1.50 Garrard County Fiscal Court. 75 1.50 2.25 Report of the Condition REPORT OF THE CONDITION 1.87 OfTHS 1.50 or THB 1.50 1.60 1.50 1.50 1.50 doing busloei t the town ot Ftint Lick, 6.50 County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, 1.12 THK CLOIK Or BtIINK INo.28Se. ON Till AT 1.50 or LANCASTER. K Y. AT THE 17th day of No 1919. 1.12 Close of Business, Not 17, 1919 4.50 IIEiUL'ltCt-.H- : 1.50 Loaueand Diacouuta f 236 6116 46 1.12 RESOURCES. secured and unsecured s.671 al u.erdrafta 1.10 4.ISI 00 S.VVIWI 41 Htoeka. Bonda and otber Securttlea 3.00 Overririfu.iecured ll,7Mtu7 Due from llauka S.CV9 01 Cath on haud ... COO Umeeurea I 77 VI Banking llouae. Furniture and 8 Bouddeio.Ued to 1.50 U.culattuulptr falueK. secure ctr S.Oto 00 &0.000 00 Fixture 3.00 nwovd aod uopltf lied It M0 00 Otber aaaeta uot Included under any of abot e beads, war eavlnga Ins cmtflcttti indTbrlli 75 Wir 710 07 .. Stampa W6 00 Rump, actually owotd 1.12 Bluek of Frrivral Keaena fiiuk (0 I19I.M2 S3 Total 4.00 3.000 CW per cant Of aaDacnpiinuj T.OOUOO 1.50 Value ot bauklDic bouao LIAHILITIKN! 1.50 Lawful rraerve with Federal 32,001) 00 Kraerve Bank 2.25 Caali In vault and net amount! 16,000 Capital Stock paid In, In caih. banks 00 " I '10.000 00 Kurplua Fund 2.02 dua from naltoual bauka and bank Undivided profile. leae ex 1.12 Nrlamladue from 3.1M trl peuaee and taxea paid . an. and trul eonipaniea otber 10 it lepoltaaiiliJrttacheckll'J0.4t9 SB In Itema 12.'18or IT 1.50 tbati Included banka lulbe of llemaud CertlBc-te- a 4.50 Cbeccaon other aa reporting aame bank 30.V7I vi DepO'ltS 1.87 cltrortownItem 161 ........... (,(C0 19 41 lotlier than '.U.lui oo 2.25 Total nf ltema IS 11, 1ft. 16. l'ayable Bill, SWOT Kt and 17 1.50 Redemption fund with ...I S. Trea- 11. SS Total. i,S00 00 3.00 urer and dua front U.S. Treaaurer 5.00 Interact earned but not collected State ol Kentucky, County ol Madlaon, act on Notta and approximate We. K. L Woods, and R. (1. Woods. Presi3.00 00 allla Receivable uot paatdua and Cashier o( the above uained Bank, COO oo dent do eolelnuly swear that the above stateTotal 37 ment fa true to the belt of our kuowledge and LIABILITIES. 4.50 K. L. WOO D8, rrealdenl. belief. IVMttOOO 1.50 Capital alock paid In R.U. WOODS. Caabler. M.000 00 1.50 rlurpluefund promt 17.111 07 Undivided Subscribed and sworn to before me tbia 3rd 3.00 Lata current expvnaea.ln day of Dec 1W19. S.&S7 tereal 3.00 Iutereat and tataa paid collected t7 13.7M su Clay lllakemeu. Notary fubllo or and dUcount My Commission Eiplrea Jan, 3D 1VJ1. 3.00 eredlted. luaevanre or maturity i.ooo oo 1.50 and not earned (approilmate) 00 3.75 ClteulatlnirNoleeoutataudlnfC nania 4.7UO Vi 311 to rtatiouai Net 1.87 Nat atnountadue Starvation of Oil Belt Philosopher. ami due to banka and bankera (other than 1.87 and trual roiupaulea A fclctitist has Just discovered that 2.S4S 06 Included luWorSOl 3.00 Certified euecke outstanding. , M 46 fish are Intelligent. We had observed 2.25 Total of ltema .TO.Jl.ai. and U 3.V31 41 uImi that they don't bite on everything nJlvlHii.lriHnfl.lti all Iliad 1.50 07 S00.S" torheck that comes along. Baxter Citizen. 1.12 Certlfif atee of depoall lother IMO 00 than for money borrow ed). .... 75 Total of time depoalta. eoh-JeKnow Where to Look. 1.12 to Keaerte. (lama 40, ... M.0O First Farmer "How do you find 1,12 41. 41 and 4J . ted-eryour new hired man. Eiryl" Second 10.00 Bill, parable.olher than with all Iteaerv Hank, including COO Farmer "I look In the shade of the obligations representing money 1.82 borrowed, otnertnau reaiaruuut-e10.000 00 tree nearest his work." .. 1.50 Hutjias oo , Total 3.00 Overheard. 1.50 SriTtor Kmt'cT,CoosTrorUiSD.aai One evening as two of my jlrl 1.50 I.W, y.l'ham(i.Cahler ol the ahova named baukirioanlcmnlyawearlhatth aUite itata friends and myself were returning from 75 knowledge aud school we said some things about one 3.00 merit I.la iroe to the be.lotmrbantp. Oahler W. V bell, 1,50 Bubaerlbed and aworn to before ma thlalSth, of our classmates vthlcb were uot at day of Korl.in. 3.00 Upon looking back a all flnlteting. K.O. Denny, Notarv Public 4.60 My Commlialoa Esplres January II, lus). moiiirnt later I was shocked tn And 0.00 Coasacr Atteitt our ciassmute wulklng behind us. Ex t.lWIlL WlLKlll 4.25 I Director.. choxge. J.J.Waiass, 1.60 V. r. nupaoN. 1.88 1.12 3.00 3.00 1.50 75 Qutctvatutr 12.00 MMMlctt. NONiy BACK M, tW MtJKt UaMvlMskltH awiaaa. Ut lUd w .mi la Mr 4.50 it bout qwmioa if Huni' Sal 4r .kJm laita to mm fail in tht trtfeimcM ,f SfB 1.60 TrllCf Rtflftwurm llrK trie rv t 1.50 at Diuccim, tmur'r tume QiMtMuaicO tmivjif otht IT km MIN tAlk 3.38 trcatmei.it failed Hunl'$l . Kr KWMON KEMKDY CO. U ha relieved tw4irJa of wth 2.25 'MM Vow cat i ltt ou (Mil 3.00 eVaesV Cumrmnltm. Alone Try I at out i hk TODAY. fik1U. 3.00 fr oa locally by 3.00 1 STAIiMES DRUG STORE, IIASELDEN BROS. 3.00 Turner, M. B. 3 4 . Wells. T. F. White, Will Wallan, Allan, Weeks. Marion, . Watkins, G. W Walker, Steve, Woolwinc, Elmer, Wheeler, Sim Wynn, J. D Wynn, A. B. Wllmont. John, W Yakey, Gooch, Voter, Charlie, C. Yater, Robert, Yeakey, John, . ... .. 75 4.60 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.25 9.00 9.00 4.50 1.50 10.00 3.00 3.00 9.00 4.50 1.50 3.00 76 4.60 4.50 1.50 4.50 1.12 75 1.50 Citizens National Bank PEOPLES BANK Sl,l The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 11,1919 SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF Tor JOt) yMM OOT.n MflDAf. ITftrlm u(. rr.ru htiminltr to wlths.inc. Aitickt .f Hliin r. lfvr. Madder anil iim:i'ti (TtViMc nn. nil connts-t- j d.teats anil to tiui, u ttn u iiury n.T nricana to health rtrimn UMkncj by Tncae noi Import-int nrr.im nr piirl.'y watch .. Ixca-ttvv fllwr mil the Mood; ui. run tuei do tliir work you nrt dooird. 'WirliiMff, alccplfiT.t-t- , nunrf, de svxt 'If ncy, bar); at it t."i .1 iron bit. palrta In tit nr t .r nb domn. ftrYl, dtfii ltr whn urlnit Inn, rheumatlpni, mil oa tii-- l um all warn you of trMjtU v.t'i yuur ku 01 Cap Day. OOI.T MEDAL Hani-terOil linf enanlr". 'Baby Bonds" and "Baby Beef" By C. Sj By THE RESULT MILDRED WHITE. 8 N. MORRISON. 8 It appears that the "Ilaby Ilond" and "naby Ileef" Idea not tangled up In the boyish brain of Bobby Younit, at or "She doesn't think I'm wortli a tbJUt the same tlmo. "Dob" was, offi pleasant word," ltlcliaril bewnllfd, cially, Robert Young, Jr. But his old "and I love her to distraction." man considered that he hlmsslt was Kan's elder ltcr smiled. the author of the classic phrase: 'I "Fan, usually npprrclatea what others can take one mute and one nigger and prize," she suggested mennlngly. show you more about farm In1 on one "Tou think," the loer nskeil, "that 40 acres than all these bookfarmln1 I ought to go ntxiut tllrtlng with other filler can show you on a hull quarter girls In order to win Tan's favor! section, Well I can't. Besides tho other glrli Well, what are you going to do about might not be so Impressionable." It, when you haa a father who Is no "Charming mixlesty," Klennor laughthicker than that back of the ears ed, but she real lied the truth of the and who Is Just that narrow between statement. the eyes? It looks like there wasn't "It Is strange," she said, "how all much room for argument, don't It! men young and old, flock about my Dob wasn't much of a youngster to little Kan. Of course, she Is the dearA Draw argue, anyway. He had got hold of est girl In the world, but she treats thn pure-brebeef Idea and then the them all so mockingly, one would "Ilaby Beef" scheme got planted In think they'd resent It. Her young for tlij moimy youove mid his gray matter. He had It all figured heart hns not yet tieen awakened, note how much more resout that If he could get hold of the Dicky, and you lime as good a chance right kind of stock he could feed some as any. I have told you Kan always pectfully your creditors re young beef steers that would be Just desires the unobtainable. If you could gard you. They like to do about the slickest things that ever make her Just n bit Jealous " stepped on a fecdlot scale. But to get "Of whom" the man asked hmqu business with n man who right kind of steers and to held and iy. the has an account at the have them In his own name and be Kleanor considered. hoof, so to speak well, that was a Girls were Inexplicable creatures. Garrarl Bitk & Trust Go different kind of an animal. Far be It from herself to tiring upon The W. S. S. campaigns hadn't got this earnest frleud the reproach of a They know he ia doing business in business like ay. Better much more than well started till Dob broken heart. Blchard broke the open such an account even it your affair are not larue. Thev was all Interest. Savings accounts silence. will grow all right.' meant nothing In his young life and I know," he said, "great Idea. If the only bank be had any dealings you will coincide. You shall be the & with was an old tin box that he kept object of my npparent adoration, Nell; his savings In and well hidden under I'll make lae to you under Fans a loose board In the attic. The words saucy nose, and If she should become Baby Bond" as applied to the War Jealous we will take It for h sign.' Savings stamp of the live-DolldeMel" Kleanor gasped. "Oh I she nomination kept ringing In his mind wouldn't be Jealous of me. Pick). I'm and he began to connect them up with ton old, older even than you." his pet project about "Baby Beef." "By a few months," the msn Now with enough "Baby Bonds" It answered rnlmlv. "snd not ohservn OF LANCASTER. liTe to the other's eyes. You are saf. would be possible, after a while, to turn In and buy the raw material for est guess, Nell. When the game Is mer Capital can return to your knitting. his "Baby Beef" feeding project. It lou Kleanor gated down at the colored might Uke a year or two, though, and year or two seemed a mighty long wool In her linndrt. Something In the A. n. DENNY, President. J. E. STORM ES, Vice-Pres- t. time to a youngster who was still careless remark saddened her. Al S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. ways. It seemed, that had been her wrestling with cube root and mensura J. R. HARRIS, Individual Book-keepe- r. tlon In the country school house, while lot. After the game was over she re- lie xen like ue ougni 10 oe siuaying iuiht-- i fin .iiuiiha. niiiitnasrwie HUGH MOBLEY, General fedlng tables and mastering the Bjd- - had been as gay and popular as she. the merry game hail not lasted I but cock tester. naM .or" The thing to do was to make a start. IonC- - 'or. tbie rm of . Safety Deposit Boxes Rent. PhatieO sister hail rearheil out to her Out of Its dark hldlnr nine under ih loving protection. demanding And WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. oaken flooring of the old farm house Eleanor nan not raiiea in me giving. came nob's tin l,or. Th. nevt time th G. B. Swinebroad, Alex II. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, She wondered now wistfully. If Fan mall carrier came around he was S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. somewhat surprised to see a freckled might not langh at the very thought lad rise up out of the fence corner at of herself as a rival. the tum of the road and order three I "Yon cannot object If you would.' I Richard said. "I am determined to be of the "Baby Bonds." your adoring stave. A certain Importance of C Meaning of Bob was making his start. Somehow H.alth. appears on the hortton. Kindly Oood health The wool Selnh. It seemed a lot raster to save money head U iu nrs in , unwind this wool from my trembling frequently In the I'm' '1 l, xH?ret of when you bad something plainly bo- - nngrs. iiLi.illy be-t- n does not sum Lp fv llered to be n dlni-slcla- ns the rau-- 1 personality. Bir l ;. m tutit lmpor fore you that you wanted to do. Then, Kleanor laughed. Dicky had posed who chanted il ' II prvHently too. It looked like chances to make "rw In the tant element, nr wi at ut u.llh 111. wlln, temple. Muttheson. tii u vn musical appreciate wlu-ynn !.. rule of money enough to go a good way to- - gon wool tchfd between hi. hands. critic, wrote a bonk on ih subject. In living that ri'fiill ; 'nrt betwhich, after rejecting n number of tering of jour Ift'i. will be I ttm vr.trV.4 hw Th. Intntfisa of his '6 "F- theories, he came to the conclusion that gin to fei'I mo;-- r pr, y0u The walnut trees aeeraed to under- broucht flush to Eleanor's It Is equivalent to the modern "da will nttml! Iiulns ...Mm more stand that It was necessary for a boyiCn. )t wts an amusing iame, the capo," and Is a direction that the air or masterfully. Vim nn I It far to make a little more money than elder ,jiter desperately restraining a song Is to be repented from the comeasier In sway n:lici usual that fall, for the trees were laden giggle as Tan came suddenly mencement to the part where the word Influence. II. Atldi.. n Itruce, In and walnuts we're never higher in ) UDOn them. Is placed. Chicago News. price. Minks, muskrats and skunks .T want," Fan began promptly, "to were not inclined to walk obligingly raT ho... ).. ret It for me. traps, "but a Rood many of them Dckr. Into got tangled up on the steel Jaws of -c.nichanl absently mnr-Victand Newhouse before the trap-- mure)j. -- nave- to help Nell with this , WDoJ . ping season was many weeks old. .tterK.ra .he's going to (how With one thing and another the tte Ttew"from the ridge." youngster who had aeu out to collect The young girl's eyes widened, himself some "Baby Bonds" and somo , y0u mean." she asked, "that you posses- - don't want to go with meT' Baby Beef found himself In slon of about fourteen or fifteen of ot aXactly that." Illchard replied n the "Bonds" by December 15. It had apologetically. He was evidently a hard struggle and took a good barrassed; "Nell asked me rlrst, ou deal of self denial, but there the W. R(.e" S. 8. were, all tucked away In tho .n.wered airily. ..nh . .,, Hrh, ! old tin box. Wt be rtad to take me." A day or so later, his mother's broth. , she was humuilug a tune ss she left brown-handeer, a cltlien j ihein. but the glance she threw at her of Wyoming, made the pllgrlmago i ulster was Inquiring. Kleanor seemed back home." He had been growing hanrdlr oblivious. Shorthorn beef out on the ranges and Throughout days which followed, be loved, above all things, to talk beef, ' cd;r plater often found that In Bob quiring glance bent upon her. Itlchard Shorthorn beef. We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds ho found a kindred bouI. He soon gave tierslstently played his part He up Bob's father as a sort of a hopeless formed a habit of reading aloud to of caso, but he and tbe boy put In a lot Kleanor afternoons In a nook on the It wasn't long, of shore, plutnly discernible from tho of time together. course, until be had got at the whole bathing spot which Fan and her tory of the "babies," the "bonds" and freijuented. the "beef." Tho game grew la Interest and exI'll tell you. Bob," be said aa they rltemrnt. When the younger sister Bat by the kitchen flreplaoe on Christ, was absent they discussed In secret mas Eve. "This bond and beef scheme enjoyment her fancied symptoms of On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can you've got In your head Is mighty nigh , Jealousy. Then one day Kleanor came furnish you with a new battery or repair your old to all right. It will be slow picking to meet Richard aguely troubled. one. for you. But you keep hammering "Fan Is with that Bobby person all along now. My Christmas present to the time," she said. "I thought at first battery charger We have installed you tbla year, one of them, anyway. Is that sho was trying merely to pay you and are now ready for battery charging. going to be a promise. .back In your own coin. Hut Bobby'a You keep going with this plan of a winsome lsd. You'd better go back With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Mayours and imi back you in ih. h..f to tier. Dicky, before It Is too late." chine we can weld 'most any broken part of an auto.So Itlciijnl went to taito up nis oiu nd of the business. For every dollar mobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any that you will stick Into the little allegiance. Fan proved strangely realtime you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any He had nover lioforo bonds' by next Christmas I'll put up other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad two dollars. I've a hunch that you ized her luck of appreciation for litto como to your rescue either day or night. No jobs He ami Nell had so enjoyed will have about enough by that time erature. too large or too small. to mako a start on the beef end of your those old books together, and Fan was frankly disinterested In his work. Nell large stock of auto parts for little old scheme." We also carry a wonderful Intuition Fords and other makes of cars. Wo handle the New "You little old green rascals," Bob had grasped with Swimming addressed his "Baby Bonds" that night the details of Ills business. Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any motoring were all right In their when he turned In, "looks like you've and other gasoline on the Market. one couldn't bo drugged about Just about made good on your part of way, but forever, he We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to the Job already What's a year, any In that sort of foollnhness went Wash and Polish Autos. way? I'll bet I have the slickest little reflected ; so for comfort Richard atster. the steers one of back to sorry elder you Dicky, o sorry I" old bunch of forced-feGarage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction for "I'm these days you ever saw," guaranteed. "Fan Is Nell vegan sympathetically. actually engaged to lkiblry," INTEREST TALKS. Itlchard was "Thank gaodnessl" startled to hear himself exclaim. He Sing a song of Thrift Btamps, paused. A red golden heud showed In Lay aside your coin. a doorway, For five and twenty W. B. 8., "1 knew that you anil Kleanor were HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. The Savings League to Join. meant for each other," triumphed the When the Ave years are ended. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. owner of the head. "But you were both Then the Interest will alng, so dreadfully slow In finding It out." "Sea how money grows and grain (Cesrrlfht, UU), by ths Wtalsrn Nswa-psp- sr If saving you kcfln," lhf rior dlft. rr are tha rmd you nrM. Tak or four avery day, Tha hfallo nil annM into th cell nnrl Unii f t. ami tirivrt 0111 tn polaona. Wlim uur normal viror hat ra Mom l continue trtatmttt for a whlli to Kb ynurialf In condition and pra Vfiit rMurn of tha illaji. you .nrapabla at it,'i wlt untilMklntf arflOf,n MKDAL ft- -' htirt it. 011 rapuiA today, Your drug . 11 in r will th rfullr refund your monay If tp .ra not satisfied with rMulta. nui it jure to rat tha oruinal Import' 311 il.vU and act-ap-t no aob attiiitv. In three altna. Haalad paofc uli bn WRIGLEYS 5 before the war c a package 5 during the war c a package 5 NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! c a package f .Check The Garrard Bank Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus $30,000. For t' I CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. lllal r,n OF LANCASTER cf.(' "" Capital and Surplus ON 100,000.00 ,.,. Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. "ROLL OF HONOR.' J. J. Walker, V. Pres. . B. F. Hudson, President, W. K. Champ, Cashier, O. lUgney. AssL Caehier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. STOP! REPAIRING Joe J. Walker, AssL Cashier, 3 ll ICZZIC LOOK! LISTEN! "iw,. r. Have Tour Tires Retreaded We use the Dry-Cur- e Vulcanizing process of retreading-n- ot half sole-a- nd can rebuild a tire at less than half price. AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE 3500 n MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Walnut Street. Danville ' ICAr,t..L-.-r L n W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone IB. RIGNEY Embalmtr. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Patrick & Conn. Director and CbIoo.) t The Central Reco h irsday Dec I 1,1919 J N9NI7 BACK ' treatment af Erftma, Tettrf. Iltb, ete. rnM ietkrr Uniwoi lalterf. MaM-Salra Im rleTt4 kw drtj, ofiwb lM ig our Manay Mat .n I... Tr l at ikk . in !, mum tw. rmnil m TREATMENT SALE OF LAND CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiffs. Edd'llaker, et nt, VS. al, Defendants, EHJn Raker, et Pursuant to n judgment rendered nt the November Term, 1911), the Commissioner will sell at auction before rublic Door in Lancaster,the Court Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1919, In the the real estate mentioned plcndings and described as follows: Beginning In the center of the Paint Lick and Ituckcyc Turnpike about 40 links South of a beech pointer, near n Kate that opens on a rond to the house of said widow: thence with the rond leaving on sniii homestead N 'J',i V 21 poles N 14 K 29 pales N HC'4 E 9.34 poles N E 13.80 poles to an apple tree J thence N 27 E 4,14 poles to n white locust South of another rond; thence with said rond N 80 14 EC poles S 53 4 K 8.10 poles to a point in rond opposite to n marked sugar tree S 54 E 9.88 poles to n black walnut at low it edge of rea l S 3714 E 10.93 poles to a creek; thence down the same X 4H E 11 poles N 13 E 44 poles N 24 U W 12 poles N 39 't V 20 notes N 47 W 8 poles N 02 U W 12.52 poles s YU'i w Mil links to a slake on the South bank of the creek; thence leaving the creek S 25 Vj W 55.40 poles to n point in a road; thence with rond N 70 W 19 poles N 74 W 42 poles to Hunters corner; thence with his line S3 W 90.80 poles to William Scotts corner; thence with Scotts line S 09 4 E 32 poles to a point in the middle of the ituckcyc ami Paint Lick Pike: the nee with same S 39 E 5.24 poles to the beginning, contain. Ing uovs ncres. The purpose of the sale is to ili.' vide the proceeds thereof nmonir the Joint owners of same. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the pur chaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six and twelve months respectively, and bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the fore anil effect of n judgment upon vihch execution may Issue, payable to n. II. iirown, .Muster Commissioner of the Cnrrnrd Cir cuit Court, and a lien will1o reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money Is paid. W. II. IIROW.N. M. C. G. C. C. R. II. Tomlinson, Atty for Plffs. GARRARD FOR WANING ALFALFA Old Field Cannot Be Revived By uuai. rrv7Mt Rcsecding After Cultivating STORMES DRUG STORE. in Autumn. iiimni SEED IS WASTED ANNUALLY Bert Plan, Where Sod Is Beginning to Show Ravages of Wear, to Plow Up and Qrow Some Cultivated Crop, Such as Corn. (Prepared by the United Stales Department of Agriculture ) W. A. WHEELER DENTIST Anesthetics Local ami General Administered. Tain Reduced to the methods minimum. Most modern employed. All work guaranteed. Office over Stormes' Drug Store. Phono 229, Lancaster, Ky 0i J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. Office Hours DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Of lit. over Tk Garrard Bank Phones Offlc 376. S. Resident KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, J. A. Beozley hUNCRAL DIRECTOR Ofllr Over National Hank. Itesldence Itione 3. Olllce I'hone 27 LANCASTER. KV. It Is practically Impossible to try to make un old ulfnlfa field look like new by attempting to bow mon- - seed after disking or culllvutlng In the fall. Thousands-- of dollars' worth of seed nre wasted In unsuccessful attempts to revhe the unnlng stand of alfalfa. Specialists recommend Hint fields on the decline should be plowed up and rcseeded. Even though the seed germinates successfully, the plants mature nt periods different from those of the old plants, while ordinarily the young plants are smothered out befon- - they inakp much growth. Een where nn alfalfa field Is patchy and covered with practically bare spots, It Is not adrlsable to uttempt to reseed except by breaking up the entire field and again sowing down with alfalfa. Not Profitable to Cultivate. It Is always objectionable, according to the specialists, to cultivate or disk an alfalfa field Irrespective of its age and condition, as carefully conducted experiments hnve shown that the only section In which It was profitable to cultivate the alfnlfn crop In any way was In the irrlgntcd belt of the far West. Usually unfavorable results attend where alfalfa Is disked under eastern conditions, although In the case of alfalfa fields which hnve been badly In- - iAMELS 1 Cn9i are told mrtrj whwminacienttAcUytld pekt(f of 30 citmrtllf or Itnpmckt 4 200c!tmnttt) are in a class by themselves easily the most refreshing, the most likable cigarette you ever smoked. You can prove that ! Simply compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price Put quality, flavor and cigarette satisfaction to the utmost test puff-by-pu- ff I in m carton. Wa a tron&ly racom mand thla carton for tha homa or office aupply or whan you traval. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Salet- Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire It, no matter how liberally you smoke them I The expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-milEvery time you light one you get new and keener enjoyment I d, N. C Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality I V W aV .JsattaW "laaaaV M. J. PATRICK, Dtsntlst. Kontuokv Those With Gout. tTurrots are good for thoe having tendency to gout. Japanese Natloi jrink. Japanese breweries iiiuce 210,00u 000 gallons of sake. Palm Sugar. ftngar Is extracted from sixteen t rlettea of palms that grow In Ceylon- - i The Vapor Paint Liok, V ,Dr. Printus Walker UCTrQMTlDIAII Anixtr.il Nllbl. LANCASTER. Promptly Day oi Calls How Cruel! Edith "Li of sleep, you know. mean. lo of beauty." JIaud "In deed. I low long have you heen troubled with Insomnia?" Treatment FOR Phana 317. KENTUCKY COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. Strnhen GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. PlfTs. I. Walker et nl.. VB. Keep lacks In Jars. Rave all small gtas Jars. One grxx' ue for them Is to keep tacks, screw, and small nails In. It will mve tlrai when looking for a particular kind. Generally do.. The trouble with the f 'i"mv who Is disagreeable thil he "V'r It to y ur face" Is that be Is lUHy to boast about It nftenvnrd. so Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia Motheri who know the anguish of waiting helplessly through ? hourt for the nhvsirian ho inav not arm e In time t!'.I Karri. ly fail to keep on hand a bottle of this effective croup remedy. certain pretenthe and specific' for colds, croup, influent;. R fnppe, pneumonia ir.d other respiratory ailments. Defts., Evalinc McMillion, et al. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered Term, 1919, the underat the August signed Commissioner will sell at public uuction before the Court House Fine Cut Flowers. Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A. M-- . or thereabouts, on MONDAY. DECEMBER 22nd, 1919,' John M. in the the real estate mentioned pleadings and described as follows: County, Kentucky, and In B. ' bounded ns follows: 1st. Tract. Beginning at n stone,, a branch, dower corner; thence. near falling into said branch anil down STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. mm with it meanders S C r. 38 poles S 24 ; E 28 poles to n spring GIVE ME A TRIAL. on said urancn; mence continuing lown said branch b 60 r. H poles to Satisfaction Guaranteed. i stuke in said branch, corner to lot ; thence with n line of said No. lot S 40 W 01 poles to a buckeye N. L. PREWltT sprout on branch, corner to said lot; thence with line of lot No. 4 N 10 U in a hollow; W 0 poles to u stake Auctioneer thence S 44 W 24 poles to a stake on a branch below the mouth of a hot- GUARANTEED. low, on line of the whole tract: thence SATISFACTION up said branch N C E 4 poles N 38 W 10 poles N 10 W 14 poles N 5 E Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 14 poles to a staKe on sain Drancn thence N' 1 "i E 77 Poles to n white oak, corner to Jennings; thence E 41 BOOKKEEPING poles to n stone, his corner and cory ner to Lot No. 1: thence same course TYPEWRITING and continued 15 poles to the beginning, TELEGRAPHY containing 44 acres. Mrs. 2nd. Tract: Beginning ifVITiHITHIU IINEMCpllHE Susan Turners, corner, in aat branch. llirmlMltu r"ii.lMtim l ! thenco a new line running diagonally u4 te.klu l.f.1.. 2""'" "J? across a ridire S 70 W 63 poles to a UbU Sri LB I' B. SHUTH.Lsla(tM.lr. corner to George Nnylor, on a branch; thence up the branch with nis line and In the branch to a stake N 54 M E 20 poles; thence N 8.2D poles to Hicks corner; thence with his line N 00 E 23.50 poles to or near a bar post on a hillside; thence S 4(i W 24 poles to the beginning, containing 5 acres, less a road 15 feet wide from said tlve acres down the branch to the creek. Said land will bo sold by tJie aero. The purpose of the sale is to divide the proceeds arising irom -- 4 acres McMillion, Cecil among Evaline Walker and J. T. Walker, and to ill- vide the remainder of the proceeds from the sale of said land among the Joint owners thereof. TERMS. For cka Trtatmtnt of The sale will be made on a credit Tuberculosis of six and twelve months and the -VMiIntilncJ by the Louuvllle will be required to execute Purchaser Anocution lor approved security for the LSa adequate tteaimeot of tuber purchase price, due In six and twelve culoils In til Its stajes r.t hi tbn months respectively, and bearing- six cut. Rates $15.09 per wk, ln" date until per cent interest from having the force and effect of a eluding board, medical attention, iiaid, upon which execution may laundry, etc. Hlah ground payable to W. It. Brown, Masextensive view. Pellght-fu- l surroundings. Special rates (or ter Commissioner of the Garrard Clr-cu- lt Court, and a lien will be reserv In iimuh.i II "" l A UmtHwiw saeslMa. ed upon the property sold until tne awi m rtn.iM Ust: purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. R. H. Tomlinson, Atty for Plffa. Honaker Auctioneer. McRoberts. J. DINWIDDIE, l" "'''j! Hazelwood Sanatorium Fountain Pen FWe'votr. The reservoir of n new ' "ntnln pen hold as much in rn ii'inry small Four-Yea- r Old Alfalfa Plant. bottle of Ink, nnd Is Ii.'i'.M lo fit the comfortably. fetted with weeds. It has been the hand practice of many growers to disk after To-T- ell Age of Flth. the alfalfa has been cut, with the Year rings on the settle of IMi ar disks set nearly straight. In Norway nnd Krnnre to deterued Plow Up Alfalfa Sod. The best plan, where the alfalfa sod mine the uge of sardines, whether they Is beginning to show the ravages of have reuched their full growth and spawn. wear. Is to plow up the field and de- when they will vote It to some cultivated crop, such "Good Night" Is Too Long. as com, for one or two years, and then The countryman's "How do?" or to reseed it to alfalfa after preparing a proper seed bed, liming the soil If "IIow be?" Is outclassed by the London necessary, properly Inoculating the printing trade's "Good" or "Good, oil or seed, and sowing the seed early (leorge" omitting the "night" nnd the enough In the fall so that the crop 'morning." London Chronicle. will establish a vigorous root system and produce sufficient growth to weath"Kitchen Middens." er the winter successfully. Kitchen mlddcnt lire great mounds. feet wide. Home 101) feet lnni? nmt FATTENING FEED FOR STEERS found In Denmark, England. Scotland, I France nnd In parts of Europe, North Experimental Stations Recommend and South America and Australia. I They Corn Sllagt and Concentrates a tin sup;ofed to tie the refuse ' heaps of prehistoric periods, and are Best for Cattle. composed chiefly of oyster, periwinkle, are cockle nnd mussel shells. In them Corn silage and concentrates highly recommended as fattening feed aro found Implements of wood, stoue, for steers. Expeilmental stations re- bones of animals and cinders. port that sllagn and nil meal or cotThese Balance Men. tonseed meal Invariably prove to be 1 profeM no hpecinl partiality for cheaper than corn or even than hay or corn with concentrates or silage any critic, who, holding balance In hand, weighs eagerly whatsoever of nnd hay by theimelve It Is admitted that a steer cannot learning comea to hN counter, 1 quesbe finished for beef properly and to tion whether be Is not taking less of the quality of the wares, than of the best adrantago on an diet But the most polished steer on I ho fashion of Ids icales, never questhe market la ngt always the moat tioning their urrurucy nor his own profitable one. High priced feed may levity. Still It must bo admitted that these balance men aro not without surcost the high priced carcass. their usefulness, being convenient for appraising market values. A. Branson TEST OF CORN IN NEBRASKA Alcott. 1 i WHS WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES and is quickly absorbed thiough the pores of tiis kin. Its healing vapors rise and are inlulcd directly to the infected membranes. A double-actio- n remedy, it Is doubly certain to produce satisfactory result,. It has this characteristic tlat diitinguiihcs it from other salves, it will not stain the clothes. Buy a bottle of Vapomentha TODAY. It is an invaluable protection for sn insignificant price. 30c, 60c, and $1.20 Bottles at It is sprlied externally to the chest, throat and li nc-tri- All Drug and General Stores. If your dealer cannot supply you order from BRAME DRUG CO, N. Wilkesboro, N. C Farm For Sale On account of the death of Mr. J. C. Coldwell we wish to sell privately the Pierce Farm. Lou of Nlnt Bushels Per Acre From Specially Choice 8eed From Other States. .ml At the Nebraska Agricultural College feed grown on the farm was planted betide seed grown wtthln sixty miles of the college, and beside prlio winning corn from Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. Seed grown on the farm produced 48.8 bushels an acre ; seed grown within sixty miles of the farm pro- modern town to the '.''! of them. ...'.! ld. and duced 45.0 bushels an acre, and tha This wai an India.' specially choice seed from other states was taken after a 111.' tri:gg!e by produced S9.8 bushels an acre, a Ion he Hpunlurdn undf .i i inndo d of aloe bushels an acre by itodaag hiites In l.YiO. salt of the state for teed. This fnrm is situated on the Stuarts pike 3 miles from Danville and contains 233 acres of land, a comfortable two story frame residence in good repair, also three good tenant houses. This place is watered by pond, well nnd three never failing springs, and is fenced with wire fencing, all of which is in good condition. This farm is in high state of cultivation being regarded ns one of the best producing trncts of land in Boyle County. Farm cpntains GO acres of whent, 30 acres of Rye, and balance is in blue grass, clover and timothy. This place has Ancient Honduran City. always raised the best quality of tobacco and hemp, the tobacco Copan Is an ancient ruined city of northwestern Honduras, on the Copin having on one occasion topped the market at Lexington nnd a river. The remains are of unknown antiquity and very extensive, stretch- hemp crop of 1800 pounds to the acre having been grown on ing for about two miles along the Barn room for six acres of tobacco. river. The buildings aro of stone, em- this land. bracing a temple over ft) feet long, Will sell to give possession on January 1st, 1920, with with many sculptured ttgurvs. The Copan ruins tako their namu from a riistomary terms of sale. I. M. DUNN & CO., Real Estate Brokers. Danville, Kentucky. it The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec II 1919. I MMINI3MIII TOBACCO AND AT PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, Dec 20, 191 9 AT TWO O'CLOCK. THESE TWO NEW SIX ROOM RESIDENCES ARE LOCATED ON 43 ACRES OF THE W. R. COOK PLACE, MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY, ON NEW DANVILLE PIKE. PERSON WHO KNOWS THIS LAND, LAYS GOOD AND WATERED GOOD, READY FOR TOBACCO. 1 1-- 4 NO BETTER LAND IN GARRARD COUNTY. ASK ANY RESIDENCE NO. 1. IS LOCATED ON NICE HIGH GROUND, WELL DRAINED FROM HOUSE, 6 LARGE ROOMS, PANTRY, PRESSES, CABINET MANTELS, TILE HEARTHS, FRONT AND ON FRONT BACK PORCH, CONCRETE COLUMNS PORCH, WIRED FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTS TO BE FURNISHED FROM CITY, SHADE TREES IN YARD, GOOD CISTERN AND GARAGE, 7 ACRE MORTICED TOBACCO BARN AND 14 ACRES GARRARD COUNTY'S BEST LAND, 15 MINUTES DRIVE FROM BEST TOBACCO MARKET AND GRADED SCHOOL IN THE STATE. HOUSE SETS RIGHT ON PIKE. RESIDENCE NO. 2. IS EXTRA WELL LOCATED, ON HIGH GROUND, WELL DRAINED FROM HOUSE, SIX LARGE ROOMS, PANTRY, CLOSETS, CABINET MANTELS, TILE HEARTHS, BACK AND FRONT PORCH, CONCRETE COLUMNS ON FRONT PORCH, WIRED FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTS TO BE FURNISHED FROM CITY, SHADE TREES IN YARD, GOOD CISTERN, GARAGE, 12 ACRES BEST LAND IN COUNTY AND READY FOR TOBACCO, LAYS GOOD AND WELL WATERED, 15 MINUTES DRIVE FROM BEST GRADED SCHOOL AND TOBACCO MARKET IN THE STATE. HOUSE SETS RIGHT ON THE PIKE. HMWIIIMMM ALSO SEVERAL GOOD BUILDING LOTS WILL BE SOLD AT SAME TIME. THIS PROPERTY GOES WITHOUT RESERVE OR BY-BID. EASY TERMS ANNOUNCED ON DAY OF SALE. JAS W. SMITH.' THEO CURREY, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 1 1 , 1919 a OPPORTUNITY nize it. Docs not repeatedly knock at ones door, and often times when it does, one does not recog- WE ARE OFFERING YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A SUIT AT A MONEY SAVING PRICE, AND MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE, THREE LOTS PRICED AS FOLLOWS $29.75, $39.75. and $49.75 We are carrying full stocks of Merchandise in all Departments, giving you the opportunity to see varied styles and qualities before making your purchase. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY HOUSE OF QUALITY. THE ONE PRICE STORE. Mr. (). IE. Carpenter was in Kast singing during the social hour ns Ilernstadt and llond, Ky several das well as during the program. She has made a study of music all of her life We nru nt same old stand. In order to dispose of some last week on business. and studied last summer at Cornell Mr. and Mrs. Creed Simpson are shortly open a 5 10 15 '20 '25c Sale, all usestock wo will University. She is Superintendent A .Manure Spreader, Pair receiving congratulations upon the of Music in lloyle county schools. ful articles, nlso other Iiarifains. boy to bless their arrival of a fine If you happy home. He has been christened On account of the culture and melody Pitless Scales, 1! second hand Cook stoves cheap. of her voice it Is n ilehght to hear her want a Dinmond Illntr, I'earl Necklace or wrist watch, we can "Harold Hoskins". sing and it was indeed n rare priviMrs. Lee Currey, Mr. and Mrs. lege for those who hearil her Friday We have Oliver Hiding and WalUIinjc snve you money. evening. Mrs. Shelby's beautiful acLafon Hiker, of Harrodsburg, Plowb, Disc and Smoothing Harrows, Cultivators, M. H. and companied Itev. Jlenjamln Jay Hush, voice was never more pleasing than Miss Dawes also D. D. to Lancaster ami attended the on this occasion. Paints. Centennial and Silver Tea celebra- gave several violin selections during COME IN AND SEE US The Frice of Fork Chops and Bacon Here are reasons why the fine, fresh pork tenderloins and pork chops, or savory ham, or crinkly bacon, which you enjoy for breakfast, cost much more per pound than the market quotation cn live hogs which you read in the newspaper: An average hog weighs 220 pounds. Of this, only 70 per cent (154 pounds) is meat and lard. So, when we pay 15 a pound for live hogs, we are really paying moro than 21? a pound for the meat which we will get from these animals, even after taking into account the value of J. R. MOUNT & CO. tion Friday evening. The O Deal House. I nd In. fGossip About People Vvv MinUm I A BrUI Mr. nml Mrs. Ike Dunn ami chilwho have been guests of Mrs. Dunn's parents, Mr. Messrs John M. Farra and L. C. and Mrs. I). Oulley, have gone to Davidson have been recent visitors in Florida to spend the remainder of Danville. the winter. dren of Lexington, lh Coinjt byThm V Conunji Art IntimUd ""3irf lWrtinnalrd was a visitor in LrxinRton Saturday. Mr J. W. Smith was a recent visi- tor in Lexington. for C'atllettsburir, Hon. Clay Kaulfman left Monday on n business trip. Mr. W. IE. Cook lias been (pending several days in Uutlcr (Icoivia. Hit Ada Dismukcs, of Ilurgin, has been visiting friends in Lancaster. Jim. V. It, Cook spent the in Danville. week-en- d Prof, nnd Mrs. I'. II. Hopkins are Miss Helen (Jill has returned from and at home on Lexington street to their two weeks stay in Cincinnati Louisville, many friends, being eozily lodged with Mr. and Mrs. IEobcrt II. Wanton. Mrs. Lucy Francis has taken rooms For table cheer they nrp with Mr. ar.d at Mrs. F.mma Knutrman's on Dan- Mrs. J. K. Dickerson. ville avenue. Mr. Wnt Arnold who has been Mrs. Charles Penmun of Nlcholas- file, is the guest this week of her making his home in Orlando, Ky, for the past two years has returned to sister, Mrs. Henley Ilastin. Lancaster to reside. He says its the Misses Wulkcr and Delia Tinder of best town on the map and he doesn't week-cln- d North Middlclown, spent the think he will leae it again. with relatives. in Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert enterMr. and Mrs. Joe I'rathcr ami chil- tained at a delightful six o'clock dren were guests last week of Mr. dinner last Thursday evening. Those and Mrs. decree Drown in Hill Court. partaking of the hospitality of Dr. The Womans Club met Thursday and Mrs. Gilbert were: Dr. and Mrs. afternoon with Miss Mnrthn (illl as James II. Kinnaird, Dr. and Mrs. J, twenty members A. Anion, und Dr. and .Mrs. W. M. About leader. Klliott. were present. the social hour. Miss Dawes, who is one of the coming artists in the musical world and of which her teachers have prophecied a very bright future for her was thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. The nddress made by Itev. Benjamin Jay Bush, D. D. of the Second Presbyterian church of Lexington, was delightful and interesting. His subject was "The During the Church of social hour, chicken salad, beaten biscuit, cheese balls, pickles and hot chocolate was served. The silver of fcring went to the ladies of the Missionary Society of the church. How He Ended Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Anna Hubble and daughter, Mr. Robert U Henry, of Columbus linve returned from n visit to lledKe-vill- e. Mississippi, is visiting his parents, Mr. und Mrs. S. II. Henry, on Crab Orchard street. Mr. William Collier of l'incville, was the guest last Sunday of Mr. and Mr. (Jus Dunn, Mrs. Nack Mrs. U. I). Simpson. and Mr. Price McGrnth moved on Lexington Miss Ethel Walter has resigned her to the Misses Dunn position in Lexington In order to be avenue this week. "I hid a severe attack of kidney trouble nnd 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 paius. I purchased a bottle of Foley Kidney Pills. Was relieved after first few doses and continued their I conuse until completely cured. sider Foley Kidney Pills the best kidney remedy in the world. No recurMrs. F.liznheth Joseph returned rence of my trouble." It. K. Mcliob-crtlast week from Chattunooga, Tcnu, Druggist, Luncnstcr, Ky. where she v.ns called by the Illness of Dec. 1th. (adv.) It. her daughter, Mrs. Charles Davis. After a serious operation, we arc glad to announce that Mrs. Davis is imLooms for Invalids. proving, which will bo very gratifyInlorcitlug specimen of weaving nre made on very small nnd fclmple ing to her numerous friends here. 11. s, Mr. Mrs. Kdd Moore of Danville has W. L. been a recent guest of her daughter, V. (!. Iticli-mon- d Mr. Alex West was railed to Wednesday by the illness of his .Miss Tlllic Muorc nnd of Miss Snllie begun Tillctt on Hill Court. Holler brother, Mr. W. H. West. with her mother here. Itev, Charles II. Holder, of llcren, will preach at Fnlrview Church next Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Pcddicord were in Louisville and .Shopcrdsvillc for n fow days during the past week. The regular meeting of the local C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. J. II. Klnnalrd this. Thursday afternoon. YV. D. Saffron ami r (I (if Mrs. Kockwcll Smith und daughters, Judith and Chatlottc, of Stanin Lancas. ford, spent tho week-en- d tcr with Missel Martha and Helen ' Gill ' GARRARD TOBACCO For Highest Prices. Sander's Variety Store. For Lowest Prices. m 1 Snirron, of Somerset, nnd Mr. Uurchctt, of Lancaster, have That's the Question. to run the old Shelby City "I bought one of those fountain is a Mills. Mr. llurchette I wuh telling you ahoat today. Here is hoping inns A beautiful baby girl arrived at partner nnd miller. The price lias come doun." "Hut Mill It n the Ink of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Mor they may succeed In making the home conio downj" lloston gan Inst Wednesday. The little Miss financial success, us a mill here can fahas been christened "Lucille John-etta- ." make good ami has fine shipping Shelby City cor; Danville cilities. Messenger. NEGLECTING THAT Mrs. James Shelby of Danville who Mr. W. K. Moss, of Lancaster, nnd is the State Superintendent of Music, of the Federated Clubs, spent the his most estimable family will move GOLD OR COUGH? week end with Mrs. K. C. Claim's, on from Lancaster to Danville this week. They will occupy the home they purMnplo avenue. chased from Mr. Thomas Metcalf, on Mr. and Kwing Stultzt of Louis- North Third street. Mr. Moss is the Why, when Dr. King's New ville motored through to Lancaster advertising manager of "Swincbrond, Discovery so promptly last Monday and arc the guests of the Luncnstcr Ileal Kstate Man" who check it Mrs. Stultz' parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Alwavs Soils' and much of tho II. llourne. J. great success of Mr. Swincbrond is natural you don't want to bo due to the nbllity of Mr. Moss, who anil let that l. cold or cougti ilnig on or (hut new attack gets all of his advertising out in a deu'lop seriously. Not when you can most attractive nnd catchy manner. get such n proved sueci-ssfu- l remedy Mr. Moss and family will be warmly uh Dr. King's New Discovery. they welcomed to Danville, where Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not will at once enter into tho social and resist this standard reliever very long, lis uuntlty U ns high today as It alcivic life. Danville Messenger, ways lias been and It's been growing Kteudlly In popularity for moro than A large attendance was present at fifty jenrx. Oh; ami :fl.-- 0 n bottle (ilvu It a trial. the Centennial Celebration and Sil- at all druggists, ver Tea, which was given Friday evening at the First Presbyterian church. Tardy Bowels, Inert Liver A most Interesting and instructive They Just won't let you put' "pep" program was arranged. The church Into your work or play. Sick head-uch- e was artistically decorated in ivy, comes from retaining waste matferns and baskets filled with pink and ter and Impurities in the body. white roses. On each side of the Feel right for anything make the altar the following gold figures, 1811) liver lively, the bowels function regu1 0 1 'J , were placed. The musical larly, with Dr. King's New Life Pills. program was rendered by Mrs. James Smoothly yet positively they produce, results that cleanse tho system and 13 Shelby, of Danville, soloist, Miss Amy make the liver and bowels respond to Dawes, of Dryantsville, and Mrs. Mae the demands of.a strong, healthy body. Hughes Noland, accompanist. Mrs. Still 25c, ot aU druggists. Try them Shelby delighted every one with her tonight. brother, Mr. frame of the hod for uo by Invalids. looms, which may lip ntiai-lin- l to the r"S 1 WAREH'SE 1 I 1 I I No Longer Funny, As a generiil thing, when n woman asks her huMmnd not to make mi ex. lilbltlou of hlnnelf It U a sign that she has got oct the Idea that be Is cute. LI Swift & the But people show a preference for of the whole the pork only chops, fancy bacon, and choice cuts from juicy hams. This means that when we are selling Premium bacon at 43,a' per pound wholesale and Premium hams at 3tV, there are other parts for which we get as low as 6 or 8 per pound. The net result is an average profit to us of a pound. less than The choice cuts are higner because of a demand for them. Another thing: Only 35 pounds of the entire hog or about 16 th is usually marketed at once. The rest must be pickled, cured, or smoked. This takes months, and adds to the costs which must be met. one-thir- d Company, U.S. A. IS" I I t JJ W VvgJw jl wvfiyiH Jf og I I UVC ANIMAL bsf . ii.cniii 1,04 ano rsfitnr Clw,TNt"l,"" B MsntJllty. ".She soy she has had '.'.p i mliands. What t)ie were they." .. Ullllk The mental, tempera-"'.i- l. neeldental und experimental." ji'OHti Topics. i. Willi Willing to Fill. V.Hklnj Delegitt Hot on Wirt Then. Freddy (who has eaten his apple) When lien rmnklln ronxed electric. "Let's day at Adam and Eve," Jill-li- e ii) ti'mn the clouds It probably 11.1 not "How du we do thatj" Freddy fx ir lo him that he was paving the. "Vou tempt nie to eat your apple mid . fur Kslblo telephone or tele-- 1 give way." rjph strikes. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec i 11 1919. Our Stock is complete and ready for your inspection. Our Christmas goods are prettier, and our assortment more varied than ever. It will be a big advantage to you to look early, and buy early. Every Christmas remembrance you buy here will - please and suit any man or boy. During period of Government Coal Restriction order we open at 9:00 A. M. and close at 4 P. M. Flannel Shirts, . Silk Neckwear, Sweaters, "Curlee" Collegian Suits and Suits, Sport Coats, "Frat" apd Silk Hosiery, Suit Cases, Gloves, Overcoats, Traveling Bags, Hats, Clothes for Men Underwear, Coats for Men and Cuff Buttons, Shoes, Mackinaws, Rubbers, Shirts, Rain Coats, Young Men. and Boys. Boots. Caps, Umbrellas. Xmas Presents For Men and Boys EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. Logan n 111 & Sirs. i Anderson Bros. JUCKEYE V. II. Gulley visited LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. A.uamla Cloune were In Ijyicasttr Thurs 'ay shopping Sir. Hoy Osborne and wife spent Thursday and Friday with her father, Mr. II. Kiag of Seotts Fork. Our .chool has closed on the 'sorrow of the little ones. ac- D W. St. S. meets Thursday Dec. 18, nt 2:30 P. St. Sirs. II. iV. ' j OF liU - to ng. Sanders first of the week. Miss Snllie Noel returned home unday after a visit to SIlss Pattie Household and Kitchen Furniture. I will on Friday, December 19th, at ONE O'CLOCK at my home on Richmond Street, sell all of my Household Furniture. TERMS CASH. and Kitchen Sir. Hiram P.ay and daughter, Sirs. N'cra Tcatsr were in Stanford first of ihc week. .Mr. and Sirs. II. V. Sanders and Sirs, W. II. Gulley were in Danville 1 Jesday shopping. Pr. George Hendrcn attended the funeral of his sister, Sirs. Wheeler in STicholasville, Sunday. Preaching at the liaptist church Sunday at 11 A. SI. There will he no services on Saturday afternoon. Sliss Bernlce Broaddus was a guest of Slisses Sallic Lou Teater and Kthel Kay Friday night and Saturday. Sir. and Sirs. It. W. Sanders were guests of his parents Sir. and Sirs. John Sanders at Lancaster Sunday. Sirs. Pcrmelia Bogie returned to her home Sunday after several weeks visit with relatives In SIcrccr county. friends and relatives received news of the death of Sirs. .Margaret Turner of Stadison County Friday. .Messrs Tom Slorford, Hubert Long, Hugh N'oel and Caskcy Tomer-li- n were in Lexington and Nicholas ville Saturday. Sir. and Sirs. A. C. .Miles and Sir. and Sirs. Hubert Carter attended the funeral of Sirs. Lltzie Welch at Xicholasvillc Friday. Sirs. Shelton Teater and two children and Sir. Virgil Tenter of Itohon Ky, were guests of Sirs. Pcrmelia Bogie and .Mr. and Sirs. J. It. Hay, Sundny. dr. William Clyde Sanders was in town Friday night.' Mr. Hobert Carter was in c : on business Saturday. Sir. F.verrtte Grow was in Itlch- mend Saturday en InHines. Mr. Kddie Simpson wo a caller nt Sir. Cris Stcvcnsoiis Tuesday night. Miss Slnudie Cloue spent Friday afternoon with her cousin, Lovic Anderson. SIi Slmsy Hicks will make her home with Sirs. Liislc Osborne in the j count of a defective flue, much to the ACHES AND PAINS ( Armstrong, Celcbrstrd Trainer, Uses 'Noticed rats around my kennel., having hundreds of prise dogs, could not take chances. Tried in three weeks every rat disappeared. Noticed that the dogs never went I tell my friends near Use this sure about rodent it's safe. Comes in cake form. Three sites, 25c, 50c. $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by II. K. Slcltoberts, Druggist, and Ilaselden Bros, Why Mr. Jo Do Rat-SnaHAT-SN'AHAT-SNA." future. Sir. Hobert Carter delivered hi crop of Tobacco at Uineaster Wednesday. Seme Sirs. Ida Sanders and Mi Cummins were in Danville Friday shopping. Sir. O'rear Whlttaker spent Saturday night with his brother Hobert QUICEYJELIEVED, You'll find Sloan's Liniment softens the severe rheumatic ache Tut it on freeljr, Don't r It In. let it Hitlnlt nstuiallv. Whit a seme of toothing relief soon follow-- 1 txtenul scats, stillness, soreness, cramped nimlei. strained sinews, Uik "cricks" tfioie silments can't fcht oil the relieving aculities ol Moan"s Limn it Clfin, convenient, .. r- :! Juit Whittaker. ! Dec. . Sliss Kthyl Clou'e spent Thursday night and Friday wTth hr sister. Sirs Slymlc Locker. Sirs. Belle Simpson spent Sunday advertisement. afternoon with her daughter. Sirs. Lovie Anderson. Sirs. Slary Clouse was the afternoon guest t Sirs. Nannie Sloberley Hog killing seems to be the order Tuesday evening. of the day here. Slesdames Simpson Belle and COY Mrs. Maude Bogie The United States Railroad Administration, announces in order to further conserve the available fuel supply, effective 12.01 A. M. TUESDAY DECEMBER 9th, a OF PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD trains outlined below will be suspended Train 27 Richmond to Louisville leaving Lancaster 2:00 P. M. Train 28 Louisville to'Richmond leaving Lancaster 10:58 A. ftl. CURTAILMENT TOBACCO -- TO 1 er (lent Becliictioh on all A. Speith Company ST A IN FORD STREET 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. Lancaster, Kentucky. DEALERS IN LOOSE LEAF T0BA660 We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the BRANCH HOUSE at MORELAND. Same Day. - v PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Faint (Mini.; The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Dec . . .... . I 1 , 1 99 1 t JW-.J- mm r fXi V' " 1 ttARRAHO, TbBALCO' VtRtHOtJC CbJ , (iMinAaovnmActo t...i WAREifbu.se Co v!t?l7.,. i . ' , MflN.n fiVlt W.. A.'." .HU M fS jvVHNKKKSKMl.WII.I.TKN.V, Garrard Tobacco Warehouse a? Saw Our Opening Market Yesterday and Pronounced it The Highest Market Ever Held in Central Kentucky. WE SELL EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY. 250 STALLS FOR HORSES. Bring Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sells Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Gompa sly L. G. Davidson, President. y Incorporated W. R. McCray, Manager. TEATERSVILLE. KY. John R. Scott, Auctioneer. MunHMHHHnNMHMMf09ntNMHiHm Angle Sanders was in Lexington Monday on business. MrK Dell Lnyton spent Sunday with Mrs. Myrtle Wnrren. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Grow were in Louisville last week on business. and known at the J. H. Dalton My ratldanca an Crab Orchard .Mrs Uogic of Ucren, was a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simp, two alatplng porchaa, Tha houia contains urin roomi, plac. son. Misses Itosa and Inez Hay spent uppar and lowar halt, bath room, hot and cold waltr, elrctric light! and ci. the latter part of last week with relatives and friends in Jessamine. tarn on porch. Mrs. Mary Sanders and daughter, houia hat avary convenianea and It practically now. Tha Tha Miss lVncliio Mae, spent Monday with Mri. J. S. Johnson at Lancaster, contltt of Garage, Coal and lien Houia, wagon and buggy houte, , Mrs. E. It. Hay was called to LexIn fact all nacattary outbuildingi. Two acrtt of land, fine garden, good ington Saturday to the bedside of her husband wfiu is quite sick with pneumonia. barn with four Mailt and driveway. Mr. ami Mrs. Otto Simpson and ' Potiettion Uen about January lit. little daughter, Juanita visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bogie n sal eoeotai)oaeceeoatMiaeeoaccecaeo9oeceo8aacoct P IT I trl Public Duroc Hogs, OF - Stock and Farming Implements. Other- Live Having sold my farm and possession to be given soon, I will sell at Public Auction, at my farm 2" miles from Paint Lick on the Lancaster and Richmond turnpike, near Manse, on HENRY A. HOORE. LANCASTER, KY. Sunday. Miss I'runcis Uogic has returned to her home near Marksbury after a pleasant stay with her sister, .Mrs. Otto Simpson. JUDSON. Mrs. 11. M. Ma continues quite ill. Mrs. James Foster is sulTcring from a sprained arm which was caused by falling. Miss Gladys Ruy spent a few days last ivok with her aunt, Mrs. Nannie Kay and family. s Mrs. Maggie Tracey spent a last week with her daughter, Mrs. James Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Creech were recent visitors of her parents, Mr. and ' Mrs. Austin lllack. Hardwick Mr. and Mrs. Cronley wero recent visitors of her mother, Mr J. Putsy Simpson. Mr. Hugh Simpson sold his tobacco the Lanccaster Warehouse last week averaging $84.00 Mr. Stanley Foster has been with his brother Mr. Ollie Lane the past week helping strip tobacco. The little grand-daughtof Mrs. John Lano is quite ill with pneumonia. .Mr. Henry Grimes continues very 111. Wednesday, Dee. 17, At TEN A.M. PROMPTLY, the following live stock and implements; to registry. OHIO BLUE GRASS FARMS. . WELL LOCATED, PRICED for QUICK SALE. Wliy PAY MOKKT When we have fine 11LUE GKASS LAND, Land that produces fine crop of White Hurley WITH PIUCES IUGHT. Tobacco, Corn, Wheat, Hye, Oats, Potatoes And Clover. Just the kind of land you are well acquainted with. Clote to good schools and churches. Neighborhoods you would be proud for your family to live in. 102 acresof level to gently rolling land on pood pike 5 minutes wulk to railroad station, commuter service to and from Cincinnati, 10 miles out. 100 acres goo.1 tobacco land, 05 fine bluo crass sod, 300 fruit trees bearing, IT LOOKS GOOD TO you can see the tobacco crop produced on this farm. 7 room stucco house, acetylene lights, running water, bnrn 00x50, S1K. stalls for 0 horses, and 8 cows, corn crib, implement shed, poultry house, D THIS IS A Iih'AI, l'AUJI WELL room tenant house with improvements. LOCATED, GOOD l'KODUCTIVE SOIL. $17,500. Terms one half cash. MAKE IT A GOOD I1UY, A HEAL HOME AND A GOOD KAU.M, 97 acres of limestone bluegrass land, level to gcn,tly rolling, on lino pike only 10 mlles'out. commuter service to and from the city, 7 room house, large barn, furnace, lighting system, plenty of fruit, close to church an3 school, plenty of tobacco land, you can see It in the barn. Price $12,000. ' 103 acres 20 miles of Cincinnati, 3 miles of Mason Ohio, 8 room house, barn 40x00, corn crib, 30x00, poultry house, implement shed, hog house, 00 acres bottom land, that averaged 10 barrels of corn per acre, 15 acre woods, walnut and locust, 4 ores alfalfa, well fenced, running water la every field. (15.000. DUROC HOGS. Seventy four head of 75 pound Duroc shoats, most or them subject Get Our New Farm List. PARR & WOODRUFF, . Oincinnati, Ohio. 321 East Fourth Street, ' Mrs. James Clark and handsome littlo son. Earl Elliott, were Monday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Naylor, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Naylor and handsome little son and Miss Mollin Grow were tha guests Sunday of Mr. r.nd Mrs. Tom Naylor. Sixteen Duroc brood sows. 'Have had double treatment for cholera, and eight of them registered. Two sows and 14 pigs and some meat hogs. HORSES. One three year old black filly, good one, brolce to work. One yearling brown filly, One gentle family mare, not afraid of anything, One five year old Jersey cow, fresh in January. One St. Louis Wrought Iron Range stove; Two Heating Stoves; One Riding Brown-Manle- y cultivator; One five tooth cultivator; One Smoothing Harrow; Two double shovels; One Vulcan turning plow; One Mowing machine; one Hay Rake; One-tw- o horse wagon; One Spring wagon; One Buckboard; A good assortment of plow gear and wagon harness; One lot of Locusts posts; Several hog sej feeders, hog houses and troughs. A lot of Young Hens. Some Household and Kitchen furniture. 200 Young Plymouth Rock hens; 300 Wheat Sacks; Some Fine old Country Hams; A lot of Canned Fruit and Preserves. TERMS liberal and made k' own on day of sale. BUHDETTE EAMSEY jCapt. W. T. King, Auctioneer. Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Dec II 1919. .,,ti" I, Two Brand New D wellmgs IN LANCASTER IN "THE LAND OF NOW". IN BEAUTIFUL HASELDEN HEIGHTS. if i FENNER' mm .&:m At Auction SATURDAY, DEC. Dil WALNUT STREET. 1 DANVILLE, KY., 13th, A 2:30 O'CLOCK, P. M. RAIN OR SHINE. THE PROPERTY OF W. B. MOSS, Sr, AND W. B. MOSS, Jr. One New Four Room Bungalow Bath Room and pantry Front and Back Porch, on lot 50 x 160 feet. One new Two Story 6 room dwelling, bath room and pantry, front and back porch on lot 50 x 160 feet. These lots adjoin. Cistern at each house. Water Hydrant in yard. Concrete walks and Electric Lights to property. We wish to announce to the Tobacco Growers adjacent to the Danville Tobacco Market that we will open our Ware- house for the sale of Tobacco on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3 ft 1 NECESSARY OUT BUILDINGS. NO VACANT HOUSES IN LANCASTER. This is very desirable property, and must be seen to be appreciated. Remember this property is up for the "High Dollar". Buy for a home or for investment. For further particulars andto show you the property, see the owners, or We will receive Tobacco on and after, Monday, November 17. It gives us great pleasure to inform you that Tobacco in North Carolina and all Eastern Markets is much higher tkaeVi season than ever before and we see no reason why the tucky Tobacco should not sell at High Prices. With the 1 1' i . M THE REAL ESTATE MAN. or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. NOTICE. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff, Granville Saylor, VS NOTICE OF RENTAL. Nancy Helton, et nl, Defts. Pursuant to a Judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court, rendered at its August Term, 1919, the undersigned will, as Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, rent to the highest bidder, in front of the Court House Door In Lancaster Ky., on MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1919, at 11 o'clock. A, M., or thereabouts, the land described herein for the year 1920. Possession to be given January 1, 1920. The land is described as follows: Located in Garrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of Harmon Lick Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake with a black oak and hickory marked as pointers; thence S 53 E 81 poles to a white oak pointer to W. W. Green j thence with his line N 7914 E 99 poles to a stone, 18 W 44 poles corner: thence 4 V 40 poles to a bunch of sycamore to three young chestnuts; thence N sprouts; thence N 10 E 45 poles to a stak ecorner to G. W, Conner; thence on Conner's line to the branch; thence up the branch to Sam John son s line; thence up the hill to a white oak stump about 100 yards; thence North about the same distance to white oak and black oak corner on Hawley land; thence up the branch to a chestnut oak near a dug road on the ridge; thence straight on to a double dogwood and joins Mat Col-let- t; thence with Collett's line to his corner and to where he joins W. C. Hoskins; thence with Hoskins line to the beginning, containing about 180 acres, more or less. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the rental price, due January 1, 1921, bearing interest at six per cent per annum from January 1, 1920, until paid. The leasee will be required to execute contract with the Commissioner for the faithful performance of the contract as will be nade known on day of sale. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. SWIIEBROAD Your Money Back If Rat-Soa- p Doii Not Coma Up to The. Claims. RAT-SNA- P is absolutely guarto- teed to kill rats and mice. Cremates RATRodents killed with them. SNAP leave no smell. Rats pasi up Their nil food to get at RAT-SNAfirst meal is their last. .RAT-SNA- P mixing. Cuts comes in cakes. No or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by R. E. McRobcrts, .Druggist and Hascldcn Bros Store. Dec. advertisement. Electric Sugar Wrapper. tlr i machine An electrically wraps lump sugar In tifivMual papers or u speed of 7,500 lu.. pa as hour. Ceats th Cackling Kind. KiiglMi paper: "A Tooting hen Is laying two egg u day." A Tooting hen ah, probably a leghorn. Hosion . FOR SALE: A new Remington Typewriter. Used only a few weeks Transcript. , Apply at and in perfect condition. this office. The price will please tf. you. r Dcni .red MR ires? Liver to Actioa n, Blllousnaaa. Contllpa-tloSick Haadaaha, Quickly. Ha Griping or Pain. Guarantees'. Overeemae For Yoor Black Caks it? Glace Cherries, Pineapple, Citron, Figs, Raisins, Dates and all kinds of Nuts. ALSO Celery, Cranberries, ters and fresh Fruits. Oys- and the proper action of any of these organs la lamely dependent uin tlio correct functioning? of all the others. "Whipping" your llv r 1: j actl A with calomel or fop irg Jut r lx u or Injur with Irritating la..atm-cathartics la a great mlsuiko. A tetter, safer plan Is strengthening: ana toning the whole dlueitlvo and tllmlna-tlv- e ayttem with Nature'a Remedy (Nil Tablets), which not only brlns Immediate relief, but cenulno and lasting- benellt. It acta on tho Btomach. liter, bowels and kidneys, Improves digestion and assimilation, overcomes LiUouaneas. corrects constipation and (quickly relieves slclc headache. tlet your syitem thoroughly cleansed and purliled for once; stomach, liver and bowels working; together In lurmony, and you will not havo to take medlclna every day Jut tak.) ona Nil Tablet occasionally to keep your system In irood condition and feel your beat. Jtemember It Is rosier and cheaper to keep well than It is to get well. aO.t a So box and try It with the understanding- that It mini glvs you any and benellt Ereater relief medlclna you titan uaed aver liver or no pay. Natura'a Remedy (Nit Tablntal la aold, guaranteed and rvcoiaiuanded by your druggist. ) Tho orsana of dictation, assimilation ami elimination tha etoinach, ra closely Allied, liver and bowela look of Prices being high, it is more necessary than ever you be very careful in selecting a market to sell your Tob on where there is strong competition and assurance of get the highest market price at all times. This we guaran do. We have one of the strongest corps of buyers in the s .1 all or tne Dig companies are represented on our mart . .1 1 1 1 .i li Buying direct, tnereoy eliminating tne middle man. jg g In order to care for the market there has been erected in Danville a large and Redrying which will be worth a grea't deal to the farmers Steam Plant, who sell their Tobacco on the Danville Market. These people v will be big buyers on all grades of Tobacco, thereby creating new competition. vvaIn order to avoid the congestion in the handling of Te-- " bacco, 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. V Our Mr. Ralph Pitt, who has had twenty-si- x years of ' actual experience in the operation of Tobacco Warehouses ,"' in a class to himself and if you will bring your first load 'to ut't he will thoroughly demonstrate to you that it will be money in your pocket to sell your tobacco with us. We wish to announce that Mr. Holland, better known as "Dock" will be our Auctioneer again this season, also J. Lee Murphy who has been connected with the Danville Tobacc'er' t Market for the past ten years will be associated with us this1 season and will be glad to serve his many friends at FEN- NER'S WAREHOUSE. Thanking you in advance and trust- ing you will visit our opening sale on DECEMBER 3rd, lis. If 1 1 ever-growin- up-to-da- te -- 1 "' . We are Yours Very Truly, Fenner's Warehouse FENNER AND PITT, Owners and Proprietors. Currey & Gulley KED CROSS XMAS SEALS SOLD HERE. Walnut Street, Danville, Kentucky. x. V P. S. If you expect to sell on opening day be sure to givcFeft- ner's Warehouse a trial. J. E. McRODERTS, Lancaster, Ky.