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ANDY BEAZLEY Bill Denton Hold Important 'Law Suit In Charged With Killing The, case of Broaddm vs. City of Lancaster, tried In the Garrard Circuit Court some time ago, In which Andy tlrnxley charged with killing Mr. W. J. Broaddm' little on, Dill Denton several weeks ngo, had the his examining trial before Judge judgment ngalnt City of UncMter for 12000.00 and Hardin last Saturday nnd was held cost was affirmed In the Court of Ap- over to the grand Jury without ball. peal last week. The cot and dam-agHe will probably be tried lit the next Will run Uie Judgment up to term of court. near $2,500. Thl 2500 dollari or another 2500 ie needed upon' our itreeta very badly t thtt time. TOBACCO PROHIBITION BIG SUM NEEDED BY OF FACTS. MARKET GOOD LAW UPHELD. TRANSYLVANIA Without Bail. Of the Affair Between Lincoln County Weed Supreme Court Declar- -' Dr. Crossfield Estimates Immediate Needs Two Attorneys in the Makes A Big Average. es Law Constituof College at $897,-00- 0, Up to the time the Record goes to Garrard Circuit tional. press Tobacco is rolling in to the Garand five year Court. rard Tobacco Warehouse and good Court Is Unanimous. prices are received. Requirements at The best market of the season was Tho Richmond Register published proWASHINGTON. Wartime nn account of an encounter between Tuesday when Harris, Woods and hibition was held constitutional Mon$2,379,000. two prominent attorneys of this dis- Kurrell of Stanford sold their crop of day by the Supreme unin trict during the progress of the case of Cnlico ngnlnst Hill, In the Garrard Circuit Court, during Its term Just closed, nnd as the two attorneys are well and prominently known In the district we have taken the trouble to ascertain the true state of facts and' find that the account in the Register is very erroneous and misleading In a Court 278G pounds over the breaks at an average of $93.09, one basket con- animous decision. Thus vanished hopes of mnny for a "wet" holitaining 245 pounds and one basket the containing 315 pounds sold for one day time. No decision wns rendered on the dollar, their lowest price being 74cts beer cases involving the per pound. constitutionality of the Volstead law, The Manager of the local house the prohibition enforcement net, stated to a RECORD representative framed to carry out the intent of the that the House would close the sales prohibition amendment to the Confor the Holidays on Friday, Decem- stitution. on Monber 19th and would In passing, Associate however. day December 29th, but would be Justice Brandcis did hold that the open to receive tobacco every day prohibition amendment was binding except Christmas day. on the States as well as the Federal We give below some of the sales during the week, wc wish that space Government. The court entirely reversed the would allow us to give all crop avercontention of the "wets" that warages. time prohibition was outside the warN'aylor and Locker sold one bastime powers of Congress and pointed ket of 230 pounds at 90 cents; out that wartime control of food and D. W. Parson, one basket of 330 railroads still were in effect. pounds at 90 cents and one basket of The decision added one of the final 215 pounds at 90 cents; Henry Arnold C40 pounds nt CO milestones to the long fight to make the country dry. cents; The court will render opinions R. K. Spenke one basket average again next Monday at which time the 92 cents. beer cases are expected to be decidCarrier and Stewart of Crab Or- ed, after which the court will recess chard sold their entire crop of 3075 until January 5. pounds at an average of C cents. Upon the court's decision on the Donahue, three baskets of 290 prohibition enforcement law will depounds at an airrnge of 94 cents. pend whether the Federal GovernHenderson and Meadows one basment has at hand any legal means ket of 230 pounds nt 98 cents. making the amendment effective. II. B. Cox, 4 baskets of 350 poun Is for The constitutionality of wartime at 98 cents. prohibition, however, the drys are confident, will keep the country dry IN until the amendment is carried into effect by law of its own. Charged With Murder. Federal Court decrees in New York dismissing proceedings brought to Mrs. James Padgett was placed in by Dryfoos, Blum & Company Jail a few days ago charged with compel internal revenue officials to killing her husband. The difficulty permit the withdrawal from bond of occurred several weeks ago and after whiskey for beverage purposes were nn operation upon the skull of Pad' affirmed by the court. In deciding the question the Sugett it was thought that he would recover and Mrs. Padgett was releas preme Court also dissolved injunctions restraining revenue officials ed upon a bond of $800. However after several weeks Pad from interfering with the removal gett became worse and died from the from bond of about 60,000,000 galeffects of the wound, being struck lons of whisky valued at approxi( n the head with a stick in the hands mately $75,000,000 held by the Kencf his wife. She was indicted by the tucky Distilleries & Warehouse Comrecent grand jury for murder and pany of Louisville, Ky. The judgment of the court in the the former charge of assault was stricken from the docket. She will Kentucky and New York cases was probably be tried at the next term of unanimous. Justice Brandeis said the GovernCircuit Court. ment did not appropriate the liquor by domestic sale, as Buckeye High School waystopping itsopen for exporting the was left it. The signing of the armistice did Christmas not abrogate the war powers of Consaid. Jus Please come and bring your pres- gress, Justice Brandeis ents to our Christmas Tree, Satur tice Brandeis called attention to the day afternoon, at two o'clock, Dec. continued control of the railroads 20th. Old Santa Is ready and a and reassumption of powers by the Government relative to coal and good lively time awaits you. sugar under war acts to show that the Au- - Government continues to exercise Famous various war powers despite the sign ing of the armistice. The constitutional prohibition 1 amendment is binding on the "Federal Government as well as the States and supersedes State laws, the court deJames Lane Allen, whoso "Choir clared. Invisible" and other books have been Justice Brandeis said there was no of read by hundreds of thousands basis for the contention that Presi Americans, and John Fox Jr., whose dent Wilson's statement in his mes "Littjle Shepherd of Kingdom Come" sage vetoing the prohibition enforce Lonesome Pine" and "Trail of the gave the world a true conception of ment act that the war had come to an end was a proclamation announcing n ALIENATION SUITS ti ToSeason Sausage. IrW 'jN' . Popular .3 To every 14 pound of meat, put, tablet spoons of (age, 'tablespoon black pepper, Mrs. Kuth Davis sued Francis M os4lJbcpoon red 'pepper, , ier for IG000.00 in the Garrard CiritMnoon salt. cuit Court last week for the alienabrink thl over the meat before tion of her husband, Jeff Davis, aflafcii fections. This is the second alienation suit In this County in the last The trial of these twelve months. lots of nmusement for Mr. George Penny has resigned a cases furnish postmaster at Stanford and we are tie public. Informed thnt Ml Emma Hay li an We wish applicant for the portion. we. were in n position to hand It to her, for the would make a very capable" official and I thoroughly competT) 1 U 71 he ha had XT ent, from the experience iiiucu re- UNameu for the pat two year. In Garrard County. aU The Office. CENSUSENUr MERATORS Auction Sale. The United, Realty Company, of Lexington. Ky will ell at public auction on Saturday morning, December 20th, 1919, promptly at 10:30 A, 11. the Howard King farm of 140 acre located on the Lexington pike three mile below BryanUville. to TMi farm will b wit the purchaser. ' Don't fall to on Saturday morning oi mi i In County. cinct r or C'tnd Jr'. it i o Atyiufn. . a 1 Mr. J. h". Letcher, of Shelbyville, was In the city last wee winding up the affairs of the Census Knumcra- county. Mr. tor for Garrard Letcher Is the assistant to George M. Iluchanon, of Shelbyville, who is the district supervisor of the census. The result of the applications have not been made public, nnd will not be until the announcement comes from Washington, at which time they will be printed In the Kecord. bLlttrell 'wa tried before Give Us A Call. Next Monday will be County Court Day in Lancaster and we have many of our subscribers whose expirations for the Record is nbout out and some Next Mon few that is past overdue. day when in town will be an ideal time to drop in and renew your subscription to the Kecord. The price of news print and the Immediate danger of not being able to buy any more In the near future, has gotten us newspaper men sitting Look at the label up taking notice. on this paper, the date to which it Is ptid follows immediately after the name and if it doesn't read '1920' you owe us J 1.50 at least and wc trust you will remit at once. week and adjudged in- tent to the asylum, in ago he was. .killing; a "man And the ajrhtm of unsound J trft kinit at tlx Untfc and he w tent to after aayla HnFivcTal months, the mind f uthorWef claim that hi wa sound. r n, HtmfMi A Double Header. rtawa.Vi In smtsrtainflient will be given at School Building December 20, 1019. P, M.. Thl eatartalnment win of twoPlay and muilc Play a comedy of . Topsy Tnryy, very Misting throughout. let and teacher, by, o. 2. a Negro Mln.trel, Stick LANCASTER BAPTIST CHURCH. Lr Word, GaL 25 cents, mission,' Children On Christmas Kvc at 7 o'clock, the v School i,36 teat; Lancaster Baptist Sunday will give a very enjoyable entertainfe We are very anxious thnt our ment. .A.. a mto thi, inarrhiltie entire enrollment shall be present. eAauudl which il Every department in tho school will tha country like a nrairie have a part on the program, which will consist of songs and recitations. Ik, one.atrW ray' of hope standsSunday morning at the close of the like ti beacon' light to the mnriSunday School hour there will be In'dUtreea. ner given a little play, entitled: "KeepThat hope la.the American Legion. ing Christmas". Then nt the preachcom Vnn.niUkieaL ing service the pastor will speak on posed of bswe men, from every city, the subject: "The Wonderful Christ". kllage1 and hamlet of tha nation He sure and attend all of these sertho factories and the farm, torncou'nttef room it ha adopted vices. We shall try and mako them n blessing to you and your presence it creed a great slogan may bless us. '.HICAN18M. In the first place several respects. after the affair had ended Judge Hardin, who was presiding, not only severely reprimanded the attorneys in open court, but also inflicted on Judge I'uryear a fine of 120.00 for being In contempt of Court for having called Robinson a liar and fined Robinson $20.00 for being in con tempt of Court for striking Puryesr. Robinson stated that Klbert Calico the husband of the plaintiff, whose affections were alleged to have been alienated, was not present and had escaped all the humilation of the trial while the defendant, Mrs. Hill, had been compelled to face a curious and tittering audience and subjected to a long examination and cross-ex- nmination by attorneys and had been humiliated by the slurs of the at torneys on the other side. Judgo Purycar took exceptions to this statement as a personal reflection on him and made an objection to the Court, which was over-rulebut which Judge Puryear did not hear nnd Robinson then continued his rpeech and said it was true that slurs has been cast against his clients and Judge Puryear, standing up at the time within arms length of Rob inson, stated "It is .1 lie". Whereupon, Robinson struck him and they clinched, and were separated in a few seconds without injury to cither party, and the Court thereafter reprimanded nnd fined both of them for contempt. Wc think in justice to the Court and to the gen tlemen involved a true statement of the facts should be made as above set forth. Both attorneys immediately overlooked the "instance and dropped it, and apologized to the Court, protetting that they meant no contempt of Court, and renewed their friendship which has been of long sianuing. Special. LEXINGTON, KY. Dec. 17th. '19. The immediate needs of Transylvania College, the great training school of the Disciples of Christ, generally known as the Christian Church, as estimated by Dr. Richard Henry Crossfield, its president, total $897,-00- 0, If it is to continue to do the class of work expected of it by the church. Dr. Crossfield also estimates the five year needs of the institution Colnnd its auxiliaries, Hamilton lege and the College of the Bible, at $2,379,000. At a meeting of the representatives of tho various colleges of this Church throughout the entire country, which was held nt Indianapolis, December 3, these "Askings" were approved by the Church's Board of Education. These estimates of Dr. Crossfield will be presented to the Intcrchurch World Movement Committee by Dr. Crossfield when it meets at Atlantic City in January, when that body will pass upon the needs of the Christian Colleges of the country, not only immediate, but for the next five years. It is pointed out by Dr. Crossfield that if Transvlvania is to make the pay living salaries to its instructors, and that Transylvania and the College of the Bible must have the highest class of instructors. The advanced pay of other institutions is bound in time to cost Transylvania some of her most valuable men unless she is able to pay them proper salaries. Dr. Crossfield shows that assistant professors in other colleges, properly endowed and supported, are paid as much as heads of departments at Transylvania. It is probable that steps will be JAIL taken at an early date to present the needs of Transylvania, wb,ich has trained 90 per cent of the preachers of the Christian Church in Kentucky, to the church in general, as well as to the alumni of Transylvania, the College of the Bible and Hamilton College. , LICENSING OF DOGS Beats I tadt Christmas Service. Transylvania Campus Covers Ten Acres. The Campus of Transylvania Col lege at Lexington covers ten acres of land In the heart of1 the city. The College is Just across the street from the Carnegie Library, and students, therefore, are close to that institu tion, as well as having the advantage of the rare old library of Transyl vania, which has attracted the at tention of scholars tho country over. Taxing Them, Tree. State Board Finds. New Law Boosts Revenue, Cuts Bills For Sheep, Report Shows. Frankfort, Ky., County Tax Commissioners in 1918 missed 56,389 dogs according to the report in the Department of Agriculture. The commissioners assessed 179,128 dogs, while licenses were paid on 217,704, another 9,301 were impounded and 8,452 killed for failure of their owners to pay license. Receipts for licenses up to NovemHad the ber 1 were $201,804.80. State depended onthe Tax Commissioners' reports at $1 the head, as under the old law, the receipts, which go for payment of claims for sheep have been killed by dogs, would less, and $179,128, or $82,030.80 50,389 stray dogs would have been engaged in running up the sheep claims against the fund. The value of the new law, in preventing dogs running at large, considering the increased prico of sheep, is shown by tho fact that 1918 claims 3, for sheep killed amounted to compared to $35,186.77 for 1919, und $13,000.48 of the 1919 fund goes to pay 1918 clulms. Under the old system dog taxes In eachfi county were prorated among claimants for sheep killed, and each year took rare of it own claims. Under the new law the claims must be paid in full, and they stand against the fund from year to year until paid. In consequence the new law will not have a fair try out until all old claims are paid and the fund for the current year claims against it It Is expected then that the county school funds will receive aroma benefit from It, HORSE COLIC Iron HmI In Peace. uL Last Summons For Aged Citizen. 'Kentucky thors Graduates of Transylvania. It will AgMhe battles of It (n, peace, acre zougni mem C. D. Strother, Pastor. 4 f A New York doctor by the name of intiet that America i for and thoe who are loyal Simon says that "as civilization pro.American institution ana traui- - gresses women grow uglier." v Tut, tut, piffle, and n little more. It can't be possible thnt this poor will iniUt that the congress and cease ever had a wife, or n temporising thf government whoso, Ultimate alms male creaturesister, or sweetheart, or mother, cr n will rsdicata arts destrueuoi) aim tutnniini ini- - ho would not thus have traduced tho ft 'rest flower that scents the earth y ' aciV. It will insist that law and order be and dims the radiance of the sun. (...mail, anrl it, the constituted The milk of human kindness and ho situation lwfll add the weight of the essence of compassion have oozed uthoritle a .Wfoieni to control from the heels of this descendant of the monkey, and have left him n its mlghtram The AineHoasl, Lesion has a big gibbering, chattering prototype of W ' JMJ his hairy ancestor. foot and if Wft Intry C Such A Naughty Man! .y ... Woman growing ugllcrT tho Look around yout Note ha be' crushed freshness, the bloom and the intelheel lect of the women of this town. Under inf, Does any man dara to' characterize ERLY CAR. OUR women as less beautiful or A FEW tl aMWMOl charming than they were when civilii for tha fam- - zation was young? v,Ul proiuet He Is Out upon this blasphemerl the reincarnation of an ape come to will I r ahatr dally earth again come to earth again to TRY KBsUttri List aM Maaon cast the blight of hla shadow Upon 4i,t tha mother of man and the hops of MM of, tha. I Diekeeson. tha world. maker,' sNajW Oh, you naughty thing! bounds. The should hf' inf.'J 'J t ' the dieVirber re. iMtaJfl ywsjj Mr. prink Holtzclaw, nged 91 years dii'il at his home on the Crab Orchard pike last Monday morning and was buried in the cemetery at this place last Tuesday, Mr. Holtzclaw was one of our oldest and most honored citizens, and leaves a host of friends life in the Kentucky mountains, both who will be sorry to know that he is were graduates of Transylvania Col- the termination of the war. no more. lege. His wife preceded him to the grave many years ago. He is survived by A delegation from the counties of three children, Mr. Frank Holtzclaw, Hart, Green, Taylor and Marion Mrs. W. M. Mnhan of this county and county, will join a delegation from Mrs. W. M. Stout of Lincoln. Boyle county and meet with the Fis cal Court of Garrard county next Saturday morning. Tho date has al Senator Mark Smith, of Arizona, ready been arranged with tho Fiscal was once a student at Transylvania Court and the meeting will attract Washington, T h r e o thousand College at Lexington. Senator Smith much interest from the public, as it Is small newspapers faco suspension, If has taken front rank among the called in the Interest of "Good not extinction, unless tho scarcity of statesmen of the new Southwest, and Roads" and especially the routing of new print is soon remedied, Repres often comes back to Kentucky to the "Midland Trail" which had some entative Anthony, republican, of Kan visit the old home at Cynthlana, and prospects of coming through Lancassas, told the House postoffice com- the scenes of his student labors at ter and Garrard county. mittee Monday, in urging a favorable the Lexington College, where he laid report on his bill to limit the size of the foundation of his subsequent caLOST: Ladies bar pin, star and newspapers and periodicals using reer. crescent, set with small diamonds, second class mall privileges. He asbetween Capt. Elklns and J. W. Elserted the present shortage is due to 'SEE SANTA CLAUS AT MRS. more's. Will pay liberal reward for rapacity of the great publishing com- RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS STORE, same. Sallle Elkin. panies buying all the news print they ALSO CHILDRENS FUR SETS. To my place about STRAYED: can lay their hands on. He said the I will at eleven o'clock sharp, on one month ago, a black sow, weighsituation for the imall publishers 1 tha public square In Lancaster, on ing about 200 pounds. She hu since all but tragic. MONDAY Dec. 22, County Court found pigs and owner can have same Denatured Alcohol will keep your Day, sell at auction 28 head of good by paying for this notice and the George Carpenter, Radiator from freezing. 180 proof, at black face ewes. This is an extra keep, Storms Drug Store. good bunch. Lancaster, Ky, A. T. Scott. Small Newspapers Face Extinction. Senator Mark Smith Once a Student Of Transylvania. Good Roads Meeting. apt to come at any time. If your horse does not get relief he soon dies. Is Take no chances, Get FAHItlS" COLIC REMEDY today. No trouble1, no drenching. W. A. Dlckerson, Lancaster, adv. I gj I The Central Record, Lancaster, fty., Thursday. Dec 18 1919. GRANDMA DIXON HEADQUARTER FU DECEMBER 22nd, s 23rd, and 24th. OF HIGH Dy HELEN PATTERSON. I Ycu Are Cordially Invited to Attend and Inspect the Grand Display and Sale of Fashionable Furs and Fur Coats at Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis' Millinery Store for Three Days only, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, . $10,000 WORTH GRADE FASHIONABLE Ji FURS ALL Drummer's samples from Rosenburg & Co., 96 Fifth Ave., New York City, must be sacrificed at n saving of nearly SO per cent of regular price, consisting of Ladies' High Grade Hudson Seal, French Seal, Mink and Marmont Coats and Coatees, Ladies' and Misses' Fur Sets, Capes, Stoics, Scarfs and Muffs, either matched sets or separate pieces. All of the most dependable furs of the season. The reason for this great sacrifice is to avoid returning samples to headquarters. Representatives of Roscnburg's will be pleased to show you these samples whether you buy or not. Remember the place and take advantage of the most timely opportunity and secure your fur needs direct from one of of the the leading manufacturers at a saving of nearly one-haregular retail price. Every piece shown in this sample line is A-guaranteed to be made of Prime l Pelts. lf UcCl.t. N.w.p.p.r ejn.lir.ts.) (Inimliiui Dixon Ihi, mil the tuolt earth nniund the root of her faiiiiius larkspur, shook the particles of dirt from the trowel anil. hcfniv standing erect, touched the tenner vhisits Imliicly with her lingers. The hirk.pnr mennt uiore tlinn tall bine tinners to her. It meant memories of the past; Niiemorles of the monilng when n young snliller In n fiuleil blue uniform hnd fnund her rejoicing mer their llrst blossom. There had been four weary jca.'s nf war ami this, their llrst meeting, the larkspur Since that morning had witnessed. the lloner had occupied n place of honor In her ganlen. "Want any help, grandma" nkeil n young man looking out the fence. "You know. I'm great on digging." "Hless jou. Dick. Of course I know lit, uhen I look at this garden, but there Is nothing to do this monilng. J'lmiik you. Come here and tell me about your work." "I'll come oier, but there Is nothing to tell. I haven't ony yet." "Do you mean to say, Itlchanl Haw kins, that you are not going back tn your old work" asked grandma, ns the young man vaulted the low fence and stood beside her. "That's Just It, grandma. Your hum-bl- e sen ant has to find u'new Job. You knuw, the girls are doing our work so Hell that ninny firms ntv keeping them, and lloltou .V .Mason's Is one of them." "Hut the girls will certainly resign when they know you are home again," said grandma. "I remember when .Miner came home from the Civil war. I gave up his school I had been teaching and we were married." "I'll bet jou did," answered Itlchanl. coming through lni the "but fcr Can-full- IC till, HOLIDAY GOODS. GRAND OPENING Dec. Saturday, 20 S Silverware, Cut Glass, Toilet Sets, Chafing Dishes, Electroliers, Lamps, Knives, Skates, Sleds, Guns. The largest line of TOYS we have ever shown in Lancaster. Come make our store your Head- quarters. Let your children see the wonderful Electric Train on display in our win dow. gate" v Positively on sale, only MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. MRS. RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS' MILLINERY STORE. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. in Business It Business. Old Hardlelgh (to (hi matrimonial agent) There Is unother point I'd like to have settled. I am living In the country. My Intended rami he shipped to me. Are your terms f. o. b. or do you pay the freight Fruitless Cause of V'erry. We understand that It li unhealthy to eat between meals, but wo are not going to worry about that until we get some meals to eat between. Dallas News. yi unt you fr other tlf d'i. Uptakeadmire wiliij time mm Do !i -- Hive He was so called because he was regarded as having only enough property to fill a carpet bag. Is sale. "carpet-bagger- " wn Aim applied to political In America. It was designed to descrlba ;i needy jsilltlcal adventur-e- r who venders over the country pandering to the prejudices of the Ignorant In order to try to get Into office. It v. f.j for the Kuturs. v ('.st.Oc(;:r." 'U:t t!u term Dainty Hobby. When commercial traelers In olden days went their rounds and received, orders they generally presenteil 11 miniature set of dolPs furniture anil china tea or dinner services to the children of the house. One of the quaintest hits of this "miniature" furniture Is a Vsatlnwood model of u grand piano. North American Moose. The best moose hunting In eastern Xorth America Is found In the Canadian province of New ltrumwlck. The lies. In the United States Is In Maine. Moose are believed to be holding their own If not Increasing. Ernest r'inii.pson Seton, the naturalist, estliiis'- -. that there are about a million moose In North America. to get alii nd. Ill' mind Is his most preilnu.) nvnxuiv. Jfn pains lire too inuoli to bestow upon It. You watch him gruv,- - mid admire his pluck. You even speak the word that boosts hlin. Why not apply lit principles to your own life Stake the hours count. Take ditour iiiiiv that you may ride nn easy road Ijicr. Exchange. V: WHMSMLIITBE? 4, D. POWIHS, DARWIN W, FMIfMBf NT JOHNSON, ACTUART I. SMITH HOMANS, AND AST. Q' C'F L0Ul "Ul"U" PROTECTED A CammoiiweaMMiii'fflce PalicvMeanfProtedwn RECORD OF GROWTH INSURANCE FOR FOURTEEN YEARS IN fOSCC 1013. NOV. 1, 1910 ISIS its. 1913 i.e. i.mci.. ts..fs.iy SU.SS2.0SO . 3I9.04S.11B $20,022,032 $34,567,730 KY. ua.tee poucics in roaci COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, E. C. GAINES, General Agent, Lancaster, K'y. "Why, bless me! If It Isn't Hetty." sold grandma, hurrying to meet a young girl dreed In n stjllsh suit a.id a ery small hat. 'Come on Dick, jou know Hetty. Why, )ou ued to play with her then she was n tiny girl. You remember, she Is the mil" grandchild I hate." Nothing loath. lUi'lmnl followed (Irnndma Dixon down the garden path and was reintroduced to Hetty. For u moment a pair of laughing blue ')i- -. looked Into the color of the Inrk-pis- -. his while they uttered n few common-plac- e remarks, and then Hetty followed grandma Into the house. It was not until Itlchanl bad walked the length of the ganlen that be mucin-bem- l, with ii queer feeling. Hint he had seen those same blue ejes In the girl that occupied his dek at Holton A Mason's other. In the meantime, Hetty In the honv had casually asked grandma "When muved back to hud Illclianl's the old homestead" "They haven't moved back." rn-swerril grandma. "Itlchanl Is spend ing the week with iw trying to n- cuperate frum Ids werk of the. last tvo yuan." . "Was he In all of the war" asked Hetty. "Most of It," replied grandmn, "although It's little he talks about It. Just now- - lie's all upset over not get ting his old work back." rorsted Hetty, "Hut grandma," "perhaps the girl needs thenioney she to earning as much a he dues. I kuow some of the girls In our otllce are tak ing care of their mothers and younger bnithers and sisters." "It may be all right for those girls to keep our returned soldiers out of a like you. Job, but what about tho-glrHetty Dixon, that don't really need to Indignantly iisked gtumlma. work" we know "Why gnindiim )ou girls took up their work ho Iho boys could go mid light, nnd we have all bought Liberty IhiiiiIs and worked for the lied Cm," stammered Hetty us she thought of the Jiiung mall sho had glanced at nt the cement works jestenlay. "Yes, jou all did your liest while the war was being fought uiid won. but now that its over, snow jour gran-tud- e to the bojs In u iimro substan tial wuy than (heerx. 1 in iisluimed of you. "Yon won t need to lie nsnnmisi oi me any longer, grandma," suld Hiily mis-kly- . "I ll make good. I Just liuiln t thought about It beforo; and now I'm going id bik at your tulips." Hut It wasn't tulips i It was Hicham tlMit Hetty found sitting disconsolately on an old seat by the. lilacs. No one could resist Hetty when she wanted to bo cxtru charming and mum they were talking and laughing like children. The next day Hetty returned home and th day afterwunls Richard two letters: one was from Hetty, which after reading, he kissed nnd put 111 his Iiislilo IKM'ket. Tho other one was from Holton & Mason, Inviting Iilin to call at their olllce. It was ut the close, of tho summer, on ono isoonllght night that thu tall I J ne How its uuoko from their sleep to hear a low voice say: "Hetty, I'm to bo made sales iiniii-'ugnext week slid tho sutury la tery Kood uud oh, Hetty, dear, I've always loved and wunred you. Won't you Jease say 'Ye' ' Hut as Illchard's arm closed around Betty tho larkspur discreetly turned away and whispered : "Did you bear that' "Yw," answered another sleepily, "and It reminds me of the story of another young girl and the soldier la HftSELDEN Lancaster, Ky. k. BROS. -- . . pile Disease Caused by Tree Well Flied for Evrs. Spnlu has more than ."..um.imo fig ,II.Nlrtt l.mwn liti.f ,11... trees, of which about are nnd cultivated methisl jjf tapping, td In regularly planted orcliurils. IIIICCtlMV as has thoughti,! Candlestick for Campers. The bracket of a candlestick designed for campers terminates In Breuoht Down 9 Date. barbed points to grip a tree trunk or "Man wsnts bui little hero below, other upright supirt. nor want that little long." la what they sang soma years ago but It's now unother song. The words we us The li of the Mighty. culling upon A certul:. iptain went the lllagM jeii.'Ilie old :imn kept a ho.i.eilog. mid irpim the slgbL and wants It nil the time." vrrj- - lclis occaHn nf t!if otHcer's call the dog camis iintlfi) When the Can Absorb Much Poison. nine Lad bins- :- ! nlth the captain the was missrouscrs wna nno nurses no lase in 1 font nf Ilie ...r ing. iir I ' lli.Trs. Joshing him uls.ut b. , i "(.'iiuiit. imkid If the girl was iv., "klng his anatomy lilgmn can take Nn) times as while a frog Is unhurt by a In that lii- -' 'ui. The ouptaln repllisl: "Mnj be imi. but I have olwnys been willing tu ule up my scat to any weight, than one which will kill man being. lady!" Judge. II XMAS SWEETS AND PLENTY OF EATS The Largest Line of Candies Ever b Brought to Lancaster. Is Everything in Fruits, Candies, Nuts, for '1 3) ll E: ijii r ;.. vnrisiiTicis. We Carry Every Ingredient For That rruit Cake. W. B. BALL Phone 63. . Lancaster, Ky mm wmrnmimssamm n The Central Record, Lancastet , Ky.. Thursday Dec 18, 1919 & GET , INTO THE BIG CHRISTMAS RUSH THE DEMAND FOR XMAS GIFTS IS UNPRECEDENTED. THE PRETTY THINGS ARE GOING OUT IN A HURRY. Make Up your mind at once what you have to get. Our atock is full now, and you have the opportunity to pick over a wonderful assortment of fine things, that you are sure to be sorry you missed, if you wait. Collegian Suits and Coats are in, priced snk IWc"' Traveling Bag., Suit Cases, Loggin, stei,n Hat., Silk Ties, silkHo,ieryi Silk Handkerchiefs, at $27.50, $30. $35.50, wher Italian Hats, RegaI Copl Arctic Caps, Boys Toboggans. "Frat" Suits priced at $35. S40. S45. $50. $37.50, $40. $45. $50. silk shin.. Fine Gloves, sPOrt Coats, "Perfection" Suits and Coats for Boys. EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. Loan & STORE OPEN EVERY NIGHT. iCOOfl Anderson Bros. LANCASTER, IN THE HOLY LAND. KENTUCKY. GOOD FURNITURE IS A GOOD Old "1080" Most Wonderful Car In War So Says Enjliih War Corretpondent Masculine Contempt. Small Menard asked hit tMer to roll Mi sleeve up for Mm nnd us she didn't do It neatly he remarked. "Ccc, and you expect to be a wife yet I" Jaiierlilng the Buuer. A newly designed triple tone elec-tr-lr i.ctl yields n clear ring from one puh button, a buzz from the second nnd n combined ring nnd buzz from INVESTMENT. Recounting' Experiences Holy Land. In (9 9 If 1 if HAPPINESS AND CONTENTMENT DEPEND LARGELY ON THE ENVIRONMENT OF YOUR HOME. START RIGHT BY SELECTING YOUR CHRISTMAS FURNITURE HERE. WE HAVE PREPARED A STOr'cK OF FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS THAT W.ILL SATISFY THE MOST EXACTING TJASTE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS A STOCK OF FURNITURE SELECTED FROM THE LEADING MANUFACTURERS OF THIS COUNTRY. FURNITURE THAT REPRESENTS TRUE QUALITY. THIS SELECTION AWAITS YOUR CHOOSING. COME HERE AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE "AND SELECT YOUR HOME OUTFIT OR CHRISTMAS PRESENT. TAKE ADVANTAGE OFQUR BIGSALE THIS MONTH. WE WILL GIVE 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT N ALL FLOOR COVE SWINGS AND ODD PIECES OF FURNITURE THIS MONTH. COME EARLY. 'AS YOU KNOW FIRST PICK IS ALWAYS THE BEST. - r Priceless Memories of the Great War Ten years from now the kiddies of todny will be reading about the Great War and reviving the songs that stirred our patriotism in the dark days of 1918. Do you realize that those songs can never again be sung as they were sung during the (Jreat War. Could anyone sing "We are coming Father Abraham" as the Yanks sang it in the sixties or "Dixie" as those Johnnie Rebs sang it then? Could anyone sing "There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight" the way we middle aged folks used to sing it in Spanish-America- n War days? Of course not. The same with the songs of the Great War. Wc have a limited stock of Edison of war songs sung by popular Edison artists during the war. They will be priceless within a few years. Come in and listen to them and add a few to your collection for your children and your children's children. A GIFT TO THE FAMILY THE NEW EDISON THE PHONOGRAPH WITH A SOUL. m r 2 "Ste Xmas. Opportunity The 'Opportunity to purchase Karpen Furniture at Special prices it not frocucnt at this time when the demand for this famous line is far greater than possible supply. Following our cuttom of former yearn, however, we aro offering n few pieces cf this 9 m v 9 9 9 9 9 9 desirable Furniture ns pecial end it is an exceptional opportunity for tho new home mnlicr, or, for those wishing. fo replenish or brighten up the old home. The tuito illustrated represents tho best values in mahogany in tho market today. Good designs, constructions end material combine to mal.c it plc.iiii to tho eye, and it will outlive a generation. Tho Karpen trademark Hlnohitely Guarantees the purchaser. A vast lot of furniture ' eeH toJcy without a cunrantco of any kind. Buyer run risks in buying Wo bach the KARFF.N trademark. such Furniture. YOU WILL FNJOY A VISIT TO OUR DIS-T- l AY THIS Pv' UTIFUL FURNITURE AND RE VO-- T C .TjlAI.LY INVITED TO CO"E IN AT YOUR CCN VN1ENCE WHETHER OR NOT YOU WISH TO MAKE AN IMMEDIATE vu ft e 0 sf 0 L. B: SAPP PUENITUEE i ( M GO. 9 9 9 9 9 1I Where Quality and Styles are Displayed. NEW GILCHER HOTEL BUILDING. HI a DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. t V f V1 fr IT' fl V5 WWW a The buttons may be placed on three different doors of n house, or In office or fhop the signal' may W. T. Massey, noted British Jour be used for calling three different pernalist, now recording the Prince of sons. Popular Science Monthly. Wales Tour through Canada and the He Knew Pspa. United States, for the London Daily Bernlce was Just recovering from Telegraph, of London, England, was an attack of the flu nnd the first day Official War Correspondent with the Ih was able to sit up she said: English Army under General Allen "Mnmmn, I'm going to ask daddy to by which wrested the Holy Land buy a tricycle." Her brother, who was and Syria from the Turks. playing In the room, spoke up: "Well, When telliwr of his experiences, he you'd better strike him for It right says that he "used n Ford In many a nwny, for If you wait till you gets veil journey from Beershcba to Jerusalem you mightn't get It." and and to Nazareth, Damascus final Alepp," and that "in Allenby Beginning of Great Industry. push, this trusty old car took' me Plymouth was tho first permanent more than 4,000 miles in six weeks white settlement In New England und and I believe within one year it trav- dates Its founding from the landing eled over 30,000 miles In n country of the Pilgrims, December 21, 1C2U where rends are few, and these the The Iron works on the banks of river, established In 1043, were worst in the world." the first Iron works In America. A "In the Sinai country it is very small Iron pot cast there in the first sandy and it is quite a common sight forge In America Is now tho property to see a Ford running nlong with of the city of Lynn nnd Is In a glass two rolls of wire netting secured to case In tho Lynn public library. the foot boards. Whcri"thc car gets to a place where the sand is inipass Home of Mocha Coffee. able, the driver unrolls the netting All tho genuine Mixhu eoffcv rr.il an easily the skins known to flic trade lis over the roadway nnd thus passable wire road is constructed; in come from the Yemen fact in some parts of the country In Arabia. From Sana. tlu center ana r jpltnl of this rich and fertile district, permanent wire ronds have been made and over these the car runs t Aden on the coast Is about iOO along easily and smoothly, at thirty mites, and to Iledelda about lfiO uillin. Everything Is transported on the backs miles an hour." romels, though a rrilroad thirty Mr. Massey also stated that the of, miles long, running from Adeu to Ford played no small part in helping has been opened. "to deliver the Holy Land and Syria from the Turks" and that his "old 1080" Ford was the most wonderful car in the war". So highly docs he GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. regard the merits of the Ford car Plaintiff, that he has asked permission to ad Granville Saylor, VS NOTICE OF RENTAL. dress the men of the Ford factory, Delfts. who make Ford cars, to tell them his Nancy Helton, et al, experiences and thank them for their Pursuant to a' judgment of the good work jn building such reliable Garrard Circuit Court, rendered at August Term, 1919, the under-signe- d motor cars. He expects to visit the its will, as Commissioner of the Ford factory on the day the Prince Garrard Circuit Court, rent to the highest bidder, In front of the Court. of Wales visits Windsor. House Poor In Lancaster Ky., on Advertisement. M6NDAY. DECEMBER 22nd. 19l! UUCKKVK at 11 o'clock, A. M or thereabouts, the land described herein for the year 1920. Possession to be given JanMr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Sanders were uary 1, 1920. The land is described; i as follows: in Lexington last Tuesday. Located in Garrard County, KenMr. and Mrs. Smilie Hill of Lan tucky, on the waters of Harmon Lick caster spent Sunday with Mr. and Creek anil bounded ns follows: at a stake with a black oak Mrs. Y. O. Hill. and h.c!tcry marked as pointers; The play "Tho Corner Store" on thence S 63 E Rl poles to a white oak FrUay eicnmg nt the High School pointer to W. W. Green; thence with his line N 79 M E 99 poles to a stone, Building was well attended. 18 W 44 poles corner: thence Mr. Hiro:". Ray bought a cow from 4 W 40 poles to a bunch of sycamore young chestnuts: thence N to three & .Robert Carter for $100. and 2G head sprouts; thence N 1C E 45 poles to Q of cattle from Mr. Craig In Stan- stak ecorner to G. W. Conner; thencea ford on Monday. on Conner's line to the branch; thence up tho branch to Sam JohnMioses Mjrtia and Grace Tcater of son's line; thence up the hill to a Jenomlnc County, and Rev. D. F. white oak stump about 100 yards; Sebastian were week end guests of thence North about the same distance to white oak and black cak corner on Miss Christine Morford. Hawley land; thence up the branch Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Teater to a chestnut rak near n dug road on nnd Misses Sallif Lou Teater and the ridge: thenco straight on to a doublo dogwood nn l joins Mat Col-let- t; Ethyl Ray and Mr. Tom Morford thence with Collett's line to his were in Lexington Thursday. corner and to where he Joins W. C. Hoskins;' thence wit'i Hoskins line to Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford, Mrs. t nnut, font, ir r nhxut 180 Mary Sunders, Miss Pcachie Sanders acres, nore or 1cm. and Clyde Sanderi attended the in'the purchaser will l- - renuireil ta auguration of Gov. E. P. Morrow at execute bend with a.ipr.ived security for the rental price, due January 1, Frankfort, on Tuesday. 1921, bearing Interest at six per cent Mr. Hubert Haney of New Castle per annum from January 1, 1920, Ind., Mr. Harmon Haney of LaGrange until paid. The leasee will be re- Mlstes Martha uired to execute contract with the and Margaret jsnd rtfaithful . Curti v. Uryuntsville have been !ipirislonrr the contract as j.uJ!r. tivtrul days willi Mr uiu formance of on day of sale. will ba nude known ir. Hiram May anu istrilv the third. NOTICE. 9 a hf fr tr. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dec 18, 1919. Wool Clothing ALL WOOL CLOTHING IS HARD TO FIND BUT WE HAVE PLENTY NOW MADE UP IN THE LATEST MODELS FOR MEN AND BOYS. IN STOCK MLF .t !jH stiff 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. j Copyright 1919. Hart Schiffncr&Marr HOUSE OF QUALITY. JAS. W. SMITH RICH TOBACCO BKYANTSVILLE M'f Bettie Scjtt was called home Friday on account of the illness of her mother. Mesdames Charley Deane, J. C Williams, W. K. Davis and It. I. Burton, spent the day Monday In Danville. Mr. Edwin Wylie who has been in Hamilton Ohio, for the past three months, is now at home with his mother, Mrs. Rhoda Wylie. Mr. Hubert Rancy of New Castle, Ind., and Mr. Harmon Rancy of spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis and family. Mesdames B. II. Halcomb and Boy Broaddus, Misses Lettie Broaddus and Mary Belle Halcomb and Mr. L6uls Broaddus were Danville visit ors Friday. Miss Mary Ellen Farley, Mr. Sam r'ai'ey and littlu son, William, of Xicholasville, and Mr. Wela'i Farley of Lexington, were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mr. John Bryant. Mr. R. K. Swope and family are leaving this week for Mississippi to locate. This family will bo missed very much and It It with regret that everyone here bids them adieu, but best wishes go with them to their new home. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. make known, that under the law aforesaid, it is the duty of every per Year. son to answer all questions on the $1.50 U.u.d Weekly. census schedules applying to him and Payable In Advance. the family to which he belongs, nnd to the farm occupied by him or his J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. family and that any person refusing R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. to do so is subject to penalty. The sole purpose of the Census is Entered at the Post Office in Lan to secure general statistical informn Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s tion regarding the population and Matter. resources of the country and replies arc required from individuals only Lancaster, Kr., December 18, 1919 to permit the compliation of such general statistics. No person can be harmed in any way by furnishing the Member Kentucky Press Association information required. The Census and has nothing to do with taxation, with Eighth District Publishers League. military or jury service, with the compulsion of school attendance, Rates For Political Announcement. with the regulation of immigration or with the enforcement of any na For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 tional, state or local law or ordinFor County Offices ...10.00 ance. There need be no fear that For State and District Offices.. 15.00 any disclosure will be made regard.10 ing For Calls, per line any individual person or his af.10 For Cards, per line fairs. For the due protection of the For all publications in the Inter rights and interests of the person est of individuals or expresfurnishing information every emsion of individual views, per ployee of the Census Bureau is proline .10 . hibited under heavy penalty, from .05 Obituaries, per line disclosing any information which may The Central Record PRIZES At State Fair Wanted and Dealers Offer to Put Up Half. OBELISH, THE FL0U uTj"C7rnTsTi "BLUE RIBBON" TRY A SACK TO DAY. "n um i rrTfTi "iMgyMnraBwnri clpTTON SEED MEAL. tti .... A Proclamation. WHEREAS, by Act of Congress approved March 3, 1919, the Fourteenth Decennial Census of the U. S. is to be taken beginning on the second day of January 1920: and WHEREAS, a correct enumeration of the population every ten years is required by the Constitution of the United States for the purpose of determining the representation of the several States in the House of Rep- resentatives: and WHEREAS, it is of the utmost importance to all the people of the United States that this should be a complete and accurate report of the population and resources of the Nation. Now, Therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States of America, do hereby declare and George D. Karsner, a prominent farmer of Lexington, says that W. I Petty tobacco buyer nnd redrycr, as proposed that the State Fair offer prizes for tobacco at 1920 fair and raid the tobacco warehousemen would put up dollar for dollar with the State as premiums on Hurley tobacco. Mr. Haraner in an open letter to the State Board of Agriculture, says Mr. Petty authoriied him to say that if the State Fair would offer $20,000 in tobacco prizes, the tobacco interests would put up $10,000 of it. Mr. Karsner suggests that the com ing session of the General Assembly make provision for a building .large enough to house such an exhibit and that the State Fair also offer larger premiums for county agricultural ex hibits, pointing to the fact that much thus come to h knowledge. larger premiums are offered for such I therefore earnestly urge upon all exhibits in almost every state near persons to answer promptly, com Kentucky. pletely and accurately all inquiries addressed to them by the enumein-tor- s or other employees of the Census Bureau and thereby to contribute Mrs. Charlie Tuttle was a vijito: rof their share toward making this great Mrs. Henry Yater Wednesday. and public undertaking a success. Mir Maude Smith was the guut IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have of Mrs. Toilivcr Cornett Thursday. hereunto set my hand and caused tne Mrs. C. U. Henry has been housed seal of the United States to 'e nf for the past week with a severe cold. fixed. Miss Fannie Smith was the pleas DONE in the District of Columbia guest of Mrs. J. L. Yantis, Mon this tenth day of November, in the ant year of ?ur Loid one thousand nine day. Mr. Clay Broaddus was with Mad hundred and nineteen, and of the independence of the United Stttci ison relatives Tuesday and Wednes day. the une hundred and forty fourth. (Sen!) Mrs. James Walker of McCrcary, WOODUOW WILSON, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Homer i!ay. By the President: Miss Bculah Yi'ter has been the rc William Phillips, cent guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Acting Secretary of State. We will be glad to book your order. CREMO DAIRY FEED, . Will make yocn So w give more milk Horse and Mule Feeclheat and Rye feeBT" Middlings, Clover and TiVnothy Oats, Corn, Hay, Bran, Salt GUY. Bryantiville School New.. The boys ore enjoying skating on the pond this week. Kathyrn Sallee is still unable to attend school. Erza Woods had tho mirfortune to be kicked by a horse Friday but is able to attend school. acicQ 3 EG See our line of Hardware While You are in Town Court Day. Conn Brothers. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." IBIsIBB rii rlS Lack of Tact. Sinfulness Reacts. Jones What n Jonah Nercr let Virgil Prewitt who has been very Smith Is. After on lug me that fellow can pursue a man Imagine that ho M tor two a good end by cyll means ill with pneumonia is much better. years he came up to ine on tho street without sinning against LI own soul I and paid me right while I wa talking Any other Issue is doubtful; the The school will close Friday after crll to Ilrown, whom I had owed ?."i to for effect on himself Is certain. Souther. noon with a Xnus tree and entertain three years I s ment, for a two wl-ekvacation. Hidden Hand Whlspsrs. Misses Martha nnd Margaret Cur A rorrepiident of nu Kugllsh paper The Whale as an Eater, recently Indulged In this bull: "I-ctis spent the week end with their n The wliiiln rnrely, If ever, swallows uhlHr of the hidden hand ha grand-parentMr. and Mrs. Hiram mulling larger than n herring. Al- heard ," Was It an Kngllsh clergy, Ray at Buckeye and attended the though the head Is nf enormous size, mnn who said to his congregation: play given at the School Saturday from to onc-thllength "llrcllirm. the' muddy pool of 'politics evening. of tin- - body, nnd tho mouth fifteen to Yater. a the rock on which I split"! Out. twenty feet lung and six to eight feet look. Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beazley spent wide, the opening of the gullet Is not Steam Not Needed. the week end with Mr. and Mrs, larger thnn a man's fist. . In Dvnth vnlley. California rctton. i William Kinder. mer temperature cotrrnrtlrnlly alt nf ihi In nrtlflclal shade ' Little Miss Margaret White spent sours to 135 degrees, ivlih 1 ..or ton produced In tho stales of I 'lor Ida nnd South Carolina, past week with her grand-mothe- r the Jirglu, oi uumiuity. the finest iimifng from the chain of 1st. HOW TO GET RID Mrs. John Broaddus. iimls off the Carolina roast. It Is well Wise Indcedl Miss Flonnie Mae Lann was the naniml seiidsland cotton, as when He Is n wlso man who rnn .n m. attractive visitor Friday night of Miss GOLD crown nwuy from tho coast tho fiber canon put up or Bhut up but ho Is a Lida Jane Broaddus. rapidly degenerntes Into upland cot-to- n wiser man who can put up and shut Mr. and Mrs. William Marsee and up. savannan Jionilng News. mile' seed grown In the Islands l obtained for planting successive crops. son, Faye, were Sunday guests of The quick way is to use Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsee, Most Elephants Are Cowirdi. Only nl'out twcntv-flvi- . Same Old Arithmetic, Dr. King's New Discovery mil nf Mrs. Jbmcs Yantis and sou George Somo uulvertlty professors aro talk were visitors Wednesday of Mrs. 1,000 elephants In India can pass the Inr nbout geltlnif out n new arithmetic. tests for courage which are put to Jnir.es Hatcher of Lancaster. ONT pnt off until tonight what I low ever, our guess is that it will mem nciore tnev nr.. nt...i in you can no today. Mtep Into 'Miter the boys Mrs. Green Poynter spent Friday hunting. Jut ni much to ills-cnjour druggist's and buy a bottle bow long it will tako one man. with her grand-daughte- r, Little Miss or nr. I vines New Discovery. Start b id I c. wall IS fret long and sir Minnlo Adu Elizabeth Harvey, It ut once. taking y tho timo you The Industrious Bee. homo you'll ho ou tho way to t li --'li nml 12 Inches thick. It eight Hie heo has two dlstlr.rt ntnmnelis. reach ery. Mesdames Milton Ward and Mrs, rcco ' ' u rnn build a wall three time that It. II. Ward and little son, J. T. were Jn tin- first It stores away tho honey This standard family friend has been ' in four days. Arithmetic has frou tho flowers until such time ns It breaking colds, roughs, grippe, attacks, with Lancaster friends Monday been the rnslor oil of school Is rmiily to yield It up, while tho other and croup for moro thun fifty yean. Mesdames A. N. Mcridn and Hen Stomach Is "ey may fool with It ns much relief Is ' uwl slinnlv nnd ank.lv It's used wheri'ver sure-tir- o 'I i wilt bat they'll never find u ry Tuttle visited Mrs. Milton Word for digestion purpose. When tho bet-I-s appreciated. Children and grownups alike ran use It I hero Is no disagree-nlil- o U make It pleasant to ready to deposit tho lioney It connnd Mrs. C. It. Henry Thursday, take. after-effec- t. Your druggist hus 1L tracts the muscles; of the stomach and uw. mm uoitics. Mr. md Mrs. Tom Doolin and fam the honey Is ejected through the Trtt Trunks Madt Clstsrns. ily were recent guests of Mr. and month. The gigantic baobab treo of central Mrs. Jim Day Ray on the Poor Ridge Bowels Begging for Help Africa, the trunk of which sometimes pike. The Almlahty Dollar. Tornld liver nleadlmr for nialafanrai attains u diameter of forty feet, often Mrs. Homer Kay and beautiful Hrlbory has been the downhill of How careless to neglect theso things serves as n natural cistern, rclnlnlns r public men during tho course when Dr. King's New IJfo I'llis so little daughter Elizabeth Rose and mniiy In large quantities In ft promptly, mildly, yet effectively como eiulty formed at the top of tho broad Mrs. James Walker were with Lan- of history, rnincls Huron, the greatest iu uii-i- reiici i tlilnUer of hi age, whs mined by his trunk. Taltlug the hint thus afforded caster friends MonJay. Lcavlne the system nncleanocl. elm?. 'y nature, thoArubs cupidity. Lord Chancellor Macclesfield nrtlflclnllr hollow Tho friends of Mr. Milton Ward nnd W'ntrrbury were destrnjed by the eti vowel uuinoreu, results in neaitu Lout tho huge baobabs and fill them, estructlve after-effectLet stimu'will be delighted to know that he Is snnio vice. Benedict Arnold sold a fort lating, n un water during the prevalence of Dr. King's New slowly recovering from his recent ill In New York to the enemy for 131,573. Lifo I'llls bring you the happiness of ulns, as u provision npilnst the dry ness, and hope this Improvement will For this mine sin fiorgel betrayed regular, normal bowels and liver functioning Keen feellnir rlr. itnlnf. hn eusou. These cisterns aro In many continue until ho regains his usual Austria, Ahlthopel forsook David and work of a uiun or woman who finds uses twenty feet In height and sight Judas delivered up Christ. r ten feet In diameter. relish In It Ail druriUts asc health. OFJOUR ..m ii. ?lu 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 18. 1919. 4 A SECTION 2 IS. TniRTUTRITIAR NUMBER k Good Health Within Easy Reach Vigorous POINT LCAVELU Mr. Sam liothwcll is on the sick 111 lilt. llaalth Only at Far Awi Aa Th Ut of Pcpto.Mantan. Claatas Rlth, R.J Dlood. for I.Mr. J. W. Tatem who has been n few days Is able to be out. Mr. W. P. Kincaid has been n visitor at Mr. J. G. Ilurnsidcs Miss Ollie Jones of Bcrea wns the Pepto.Manfan Obtatnabla In Liquid guest nt Miss Eddie Faulkner the purt week. or Tiblati tntlit on "CudaV Mrs. Annie Thompson of Bryants Tha Ganuina. THE UNIVERSAL CAR There arc more than 3,000,000 Ford cars in daily service throughout the world, and fully eighty percent of these arc Ford Touring Cars. There are many reasons for this, not the least of which is the simplicity in the design of the car, so easy to understand; likewise it is easy to operate; and mighty inexpensive compared to other motor cars. On the farm, in the city, for business and for family pleasure, it is the car of the people, and the demand is increasing every day. Let us have your order prompdy if you want one. With speed motor with srent power, Great strength with llitht weight. Low center of gravity with liberal road clearance. Comfort and economy. Come and sec how perfectly these essentials are developed in this wonderful car. In APPEARANCE, JIKH1T and ANCE, it will greatly exceed your expectations ?'7 " m To ride in tho OAKLAND with it's low center of gravity and scientific distribution of weight, islo feel a sense security one does not enjoy while traveling in an automobile that is not built too cloe to I thn crrminrl ROGER ALDRIDGE, Dealer. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. There is really no reason why men Miss lecnn Jones of Oral, Orchard or )vomen with thin, watery blood has been the guest of Miss Zclla ml consequent poor health shoul remain in that unfortunate condition, Dillion for n few days. tired peo Thin, nervous, Misses Isabella and Leola Parson plo never net much happiness out of spent Saturday nnd Sunday with life. thir uncle, Mr. Jim Parson. Men and women with the bloom o Miss Zella Dillon left Sunday for health in their checks, a cheerful sunny deposition and an attractive Crab Orchard where she will be the guest of Miss Lcona Jones. personality arc the folks who Ret Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker Huff of Ham most of life's enjoyment, pleasure, ilton Ohio, arrived here Saturday to and success. Gude's furnishes be! the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. thin, watery blood with the necessary Tnlem for the holidays. nourishment to enrich it, enabling Mrs. J. M. Colson who underwent and an operation for nppendicitis at the to supply energy, vitality, strength to every part of the body. Gibson hospital in Richmond is at Physicians recommend Gude s Pep' home. Her many friends will be to patients suffering from glad to learn that she is doing nicely. anemin because its beneficial an lasting qualities nrc well known to the medical profession. Gude's Pepto-Manga- n is obtain' nble In either liquid or tablet form, lloth forms contain exactly the same strength and medicinal properties. o: When you buy Pepto-Manga- n your druggist, be sure the name With Gude's" is on the package. out "Gude's" it is not Pepto-MangaAdvertisement. I villc Is spending n few days with Mrs, Katie Thompson. , Haselden Bros. Garage Lancaster, Ky. Pensacola, Florida. Window Glass I Pcnsacola lies In the extreme west ern portion of Florida on the west shore of Pcnsacola Bay and about seven miles from the Gulf of Mexico, From the earliest records obtainable the first Spanish settlement made on American soil was during the year 1558 or 1859, where Penracola now MLL SIZES. 1 CAK I ERSVILLE. (Delayed) stands; this being four years 'before the founding of St. Augustine, often considered the oldest city in America. During the years following, Pcnsa i n I Roof Paints . ALL KlNDS AND COLORS. J i DRUG STORE. Mr. Parmer- Remember that we; sell thaf good WESTERN ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT, Water Works see us & Furnaces BASTIN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. Frost Superior Pence Salt $3.50 per Barrel. colit was the scene of many fierce Mrs. Sam Davis visited Mrs. Jeff battles between Spaniards, the Davis last week. French, English, Indians and Ameriwho has cans, and the ruins of some of the old Mrs. Elmer Woolwine been ill for some time is better. forts are among the sights to be seen Mrs. Ituth Davis was the guest of by present day visitors to Pensacola. The modern Pensacola is a busy inMrs. Bynum Davis last week. dustrial center, with fine buildings his Mr. Felix Pennington sold and many splendid homes. farm to Mr. V. L. Gabbard for $1800, Pcnsacola offers much of Interest Miss Myrtle Carter was the guest from a sight-seein- g and climatic of Miss Estelle Davis last Saturday. standpoint. The Navy Pensacola Several from here attended the lard, established in 1832, is one of sights of the South and is sale of Mr. A. N. Italian! Thursday. the famous now used by the U. S. Government as Mrs. Leslie Wylic and Miss Myrtle a Naval Aeronautical School. Near Carter visited Mrs. Zack Hester last by is Fort Barrancas, with its marine Friday. hospital, national cemetery nnd other Miss Kstellc Davis was the guest points of interest, the lighthouse nnd of her nunt. Mrs. Sam Davis last ruins of Forts McRae and San Carlos, Across the Sound on the extreme Sunday. Mrs. Kliia Conn was the week end western end of Santa Rosa Island guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charlie stands Fort Pickens, guarding the en trance of Pcnsacola Bay from the Crutchcr. Mr. Eugene Calico was the week Gulf. There are delightful roads for guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wnlter Nor automobiles, horseback riding and man at Manse. driving. Mr. Sid Bowling of Cincinnati was Located in a thickly wooded dis the week end guest of his sister, Mrs trict directly back of Fort, Barrancas Oscar Morgan. is Fort Redoubt, an abandoned fort, Mr. and Mrs. Znck Hester and Miss connected, with Barrancas by underEstelle Davis were guests of Mrs, ground passages, leading into desert Susie Iienfro last Sunday. ed dungeons of either fort. All of Mr. John Pennington of Lowell these forts are easily reached by and Mr. Walter Coldwcll of Wallace street cars. ton, were here on business Friday, Pensacola Is situated In the very We are glad to know that Mrs. center of miles and miles of fine Susie Itcnfro who has been ill for hunting and fishing territory. Santa Rosa Sound, Escambia Bay, Pcrdido some time is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Oddie Kobinson and Bay, Choctawhatchee Bay, etc., and children were guests of her parents, many other places equally attractive Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Bryant last week, to the eye of the huntsman and fisher man are in easy access by launch Mr. Morris Calico was the week from Pcnsacola. There is plenty of cr.d guest of his cousins , Messrs bird shooting, wild turkey, ducks. Wesley and Walker Calico of Manse. deer, etc. Deep water fishing Is to Messrs C. S. Roop and Odbert be had in tho Gulf of Mexico, which visited home folks Saturday s about seven miles south of Pensa Turner and Sunday after spending the week cola, on the other side of Santa Rosa in Paint Lick. wide and whose sands are as white as Mr. A. N. Ballard and Mrs. Eliia Island, which is about a half-mil- e beth Murphy and grand-childre- n left snow. last Friday for Hamilton Ohio. We Advertisement. regret very muct to give them up. BRADSIIAW MILL. Mr. Znck Hester and Mits Susio Davis motored to Lancaster last James and Nancy Sanders spent Thursday anil were united In mar riage by Ucv. Frank Tinder. We Saturday night with James Prewitt, wish them a long and happy life, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long were guests of Mrs. Susan Broaddus, Frl day. MINISTER WANTS TO HELP. I ; 1 I DON'T Throw Your Honey Away aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBiBiBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKaaaBaaaKnn I 1 as MANY MERCHANTS ARE PROFITEERING. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. I t Fresh Shipments of CANDIES and NUTS, (bought before Sugar advanced) have arrived. FRUIT of all kinds, fresh from the city every other day. FIRE WORKS, TOYS AND DOLLS. Big Assortment of CHINA and GLASSWARE I and a handsome line of CUT GLASS. Don't forget that this is the place if you need a new AUTOMOBILE TIRE, all standard makes at lowest prices possible. Phone us for any thing you need. We have i 1 it or will get it. Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY, You can buy at the right price of us SWEET DAIRY FEED, MIXED HILL FEED, GROUND BARLEY, THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Noah Marsee, Jr. BSTANTSVIUI, KY. It Is only natural that ono who has been relieved from suffering should feel grateful and wants to help others. Rev. W. F. M. Swyndole, 818 Elm Street, Macon, Ga., writes: My kidneys gave me much trouble before I took Foley Kidney Pills. My sleep is not disturbed now and my back seems to have gotten completely well. I am ready at any time to peak a word for Foley Kidney Pills." Why suffer from aches and pains, sore muscles, stiff Joints, or sleep disturbing bladder trouble when you can procure such a good remedy? For sale by R. E. McRoberts, drug gist, Lancaster, Ky, Advertisement. Miss Charlotte Asblll has been the attractlvo guest of Miss Linda San dtrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Prewitt and daughter, Nor Lucille, spent Sunday with Mr. Daniel East. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders, Linda, James and Nancy spent Thursday with'iMrs. Susan Broaddus. (Delayed.) Mr. and Mrs. Jesse East spent tho past Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan East. Marlon Hurt sold his crop of to bacco, raised on Burton Sanders farm, to Mr. Whltted of Nina for 65 cents per pound. Oats, Hay, Coal, Cement, Knauwha salt, Sand, Gravel, Brick and Coal, Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. It -x- sttaimsimsxz.- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 18, 1919 "Is that your last word, mother?" logicul way. States back about tho time of the panic of 1871. He got the Idea that nskeil Marlon, her volco quivering and the tears slowly tilling th old U. S. A. had him her eye. n somehow or other, so ho sort of .Mrs. Harrison lowered the book she to lire by himself over on his old NR Today Rctitf or No Pay place, that was mostly gron up with hnd been rending, tried to smother a potion la allowed te reiheumatUi IUt j'rwrfi rf yawn with two bejeweled fingers, and. There nro thr briars and unpruned applo trees. main tn tha tiojy. human eilttrnc, th t,lnost.i iiiljii'tlng her glasses, looked ur at her TiJflc of this. It eiftalns the sue food, the itnctlon of nuuruhnw nt He had fought In an Illinois regi- daughter. Her olce was cess of Niturt'a Ftmly (Nil Tabfrorri U an4 tU rlln. .nation ot veiy tired le il In so manr casts where other ment In the Civil War. Jlut or 40 when she spoke: waste. are years he had been pointed out as a Let nnrthln tn!rfer ntltH Mwm uiltiT Kit hv failed. Thousands ftt- TebUts ertry day and "My denr, don't be absurd. You have ttwm b Ht'- r ntcI or proccssr,- -t curiosity, Improper ccrriM on, una wn.i Uther seed is being sold under their name. Ihe gen sort of'n neighborhood apply for"the my consent to give as much o. your times aa nycn tor unrrruin man who wouldn't ct vutno MIVl liflWITJ. a time ns ynu wl-Y. thlnrst A t'a box nf Naturs'a AH to war uine Improved "Standing Up" Burley Tobacco Seed raised by tension." He would froth at the mouth and charltnble h, functions, relief 'work lumcoy ir.ii isDitnj, 'r tl-j. but tlon't enouah to Itit twenty tnrT.a f.'l!i'-- n t every time he saw a tax collector, a dfill not,:' 'mrit from foo.1 it ..I muit help you, mutt speak to me again of cooking sc iml B. L. KELLY & SONS, can be procured only from the raiser and and It grew l In t r: often mr.i Jm vi ran n wr rs yeu rromM relief and sit-'- rr to be one battle to get and thi domestic science. It Is another beneut or con yei is not genuine unless put up in packages having a fac-simi- le o a dime out ot him for tho "uses and foolish Idea of Harvey's that has I iitir elimination afin.i.i. t tr purposes of tho stale." of trafle nn orur-flitLiAnd Nature's rttrnteV Is not ontr your head. Harvey's talk about r-- r lh iWr, I r v.hlth their signature as shown below which trade Mark is now He stood off every " driver" that for t!i rtlltf of rhfomAHim. it im. riecri-ith v r of proves digestion, tones the liver, res Independence and equality Is as liiiimt-slblto arl l vi t) l. uUtes M, r and uowst action. Ira patented and on file in the U. S. Patent office at Washington, came along durlrg the late unpleasns It Is amusing, and his opinion ct man er' 3 HI r roves the. blood and elrcnses th they him whoU sy "m. You'll feel Ilk a HhcumMIn. lue tr firs InV fT-r- n Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed picked from best antness, andholed Anally let along.-alone. of a model wife Is most unnerving." pen-oup right x. r He stayed wh 11 you'vn tsken Nil Tablets of Ha 'o will t o rr There was riro tn her eyes nnd a u w k. 1q.:i tried th i it perulr In r t rlil cf fnil selected pods. This Tobacco has topped the market for th aaiuaur uiant know when the war stubborn click, click when her small mei.ii Ines rnj doctors. r"w msks th J it bo expe ttJ tJ j,c began or when It ended. He used to lt 10 mis .t itu ii i;i ii t y m n rrsponslMd f rIVtLtrr its,1 M .luiv a n iieCV IKIl TAI!ta limn. nil heels tapped apilntt the pnvement as past 25 years. i. i come out of that tangle of an old plac e 1 nnd recommended Ly Mnrlon walked down the street half i rca i 1t t that he called home and go back In nn hour later. .Mrs. Ilnrrlvm lunrhed Cl fa without saying a dozen words to any' nlone that noon, after Jane had Inbody and what he did say was mostly K. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. formed her that Marlon was not In her grunts. room nnd nowhere to be found In tin1 Nobody knows how he first learned bouse. that one of his sister's boys had been It waV n neat, nnd over there and had come back with a Send all Mall Orders to rather excited young person who enmedal or two. one-frothe war de tered Murphy's ciiiployiiH-ii- t bureau. partment of the United States and Jin Hon wns hardly Inside the door another ono that tho French general when she was grabbed by n sharp-e)epinned on him one frosty morning over In the Meuse-Argonn- e sector, where so office nltnnt. "W'tnt do jou want?" this liermn Inquired. "Cooking or many Americans lost their lives. And nobody knows when old Billy chamber work, or do you ant laundry Gllligan got hold of that lad and cur work?" "I haven't specialized In nny parried htm of! to thS old rattletrap of a house back ot the apple trees and the ticular, line of housework," said Marlbrush and sat there all night by the on, hrnu'ly. "I prefer to take entire barge of the home of a small fandly," old fireplace learning that there had been about the biggest war tbat the die entured on. "I see. General houeork," The stars ever looked down on. It was long about Christmas when nsltnnt seeineil satisfied nnd, turning nriiund. railed Into the Inner office: Billy rounded up the lad, seeming old In J. II. Dalton and known R. F. D. No. l My reildtncA. on Crab Orchard ly. He kept him up there for a day "Mr- -. Murphy, here Is a girl who wants or so, Just naturally soaklns in every general hnueork. Is Mrs. Southern (Trade Mark Patented) tUoptnf porchi. plac. Th houi ctlntalni itren roomi, four porch, two thing that .the boy told him. It must still here?" Mnrlon una ushered Into the uniting have been an awful Jolt to get the full B. L. story and the full horror and the un Indies' sanctum nnd confronted with n uppr and lowvr hallAbath room, hot and cold wattr aUctrlc lights and els- motherly looking lady. derstandlns of all those anxious days inlildle-nget- l, R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. that the rest ot the world had been The Introduction was Informal. It ap trn on porch, peared that Mrs. Southern had closed trying to stand a day at up her city house nnd let her servants nvenience and It practically fiew. Th. out-- time for the full tour years. Tho houio bat Wry Is a fair guess that the danger that go when her only son enlisted, at the It houiC, the one lad had gone through, the bvglnnlns of the wnr. She had rented buildinit contut of Garal ol and Hen Home, wafon anil buggy i horror of the tho landing In a n small apartment In the suburbs and strange country, the desperate pushes devoted her time to patriotic service. In fact all nccaitary outbuildings. VTw acrti of land, fina garU',n, good against a desperate and a strange en "Ono servnnt Is all I need at pres emy who fought with (Ire and poison. ent," she explained, "nnd you appear barn with four stalls and drivtrway. must hare stirred the old man out of to be Just the kind of a girl I would his calloused shell that the years had like to have around." Marlon felt as Poitaialon given about January lit?v built around him. flattered ns she was happy, over Seemingly it stirred something In stumbling Into n position without nny his old heart and brain that had bees trouble. She agreed on the terms and MOORE, slowly dying since the days ot 1865, promised to come that afternoon. He had been a man without a country If ever there wns an ambitious conk; all these years. 4nd while be had been wnltresa and chambermaid, all In one, Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. up there the nation, the same nation It wns Miss Harrison, queen of hearts for which he had fought a full halt of Lieut. Harvey Itamshorpe. The century ago, had been going ahead and first week saw ".Mary" fall In most of growing and extending Its power and her attempts nt keeping liou-the Its principles. second week saw a slight Improve -rzilila-3aas-3t-iw'esj He must have done a lot of mighty ment; the third gave fair promise, nm! " solemnly serious thinking for a day the fourth brought forth Mrs. South or so. The boy had gone back to his ern's genuine satisfaction. mother's home and old Billy had been Moral: Take a Chance. Amplifies Sound. One day when ".Mary" was clenrlng "One of the IiIkkvs' mistakes you kin left alone to sit before the ancient the breakfast tnble, Mrs. Southern In a sound murllfler Invented by a Dcn't let .your stock lose their ainl.iv observed Sulnnone, "is Ik In' no fireplace and meditate on what had came Into the room, waving n te scientist the foil of a feathSummer's cain through November gruni nt her, hnpplly: "My son has er mutes a nolso like a wrestler smrt o niakln' instates Oat you don't ttme to pass. uo iiuum at all. His thinking took a strange turn. nrrled from I'raticeand he wires from thrunn upon n mat. neglect. Your animals are now It happened to be Chrlstsaas Eve when New York that be will be home to- goitifr or dry Iced hay and grain. he came Into town. That was not a nltlit, Mary," she said. "He will be A Poser. Worth the Money. ll's a bid e!k.2c from tho succulent, A clrl will cheerfully give up n do!, i J'rlcllln paMciinW a little problem: habit of his. It Is doubtful if the old here for dinner nnd he Is bringing a nutnliou3 lar to have n fortune teller Inform ! "What heroines of a man's word when est Inhabitant recalled seeing old Ullly friend," she udded. of summer pastures Mnry put her heart and soul In the bee tbat sho Isn't coins to ho an eld he won't keep It und no one else will on the streets at that particular time, which supply tha needed laiativea and He came like a man In a hurry and preparation for that dinner. She want take It J" maid. 10I1IC3. with his mind made up, and came up ed to make this homecoming doubly K en your ani to the post office steps. There was memorable for the mother nnd son. HdVpecked. Guatemalan Salt. ls' bowels ODCT big crowd there, and he hesitated Presently Mrs. Southern tunie to the "Take your wife und en somewhere a minute and crossed over to the bank, Guatemala's suit Industry, which beantl rt'KUIjr dnva door nuil mild: "All right, Mary, we gan soon after the Spanish conquest, for a chance." "If I take my wife out tho worms Hare you got any blanks for me to nre ready." Mnrlon proceeded to serve now produces nearly 2,000,000 pound! alone, doe, there won't be nny change. keep their blood take out Liberty Bonds?" he said when the. soup. As she put the first plate Louisville Courier-Journa- l. a year. he had reached the window. The as. before Ihe hostess she could not help ri'iinndlicep their slstant cashier rubbed bis eyes and noticing the pleased expression on the digestion cood by stared. "Why no, Mr, Gllligan," he face of th young otllrer to the left. feeding regularly stammered, "the loans are all over She carried In the second plalu and COMMISSIONER'S long time ago. Didn't you know wns Just going to set It down In front that?" of thu guest of the night, when all of n Noo," faltered the old man at the sudden she stopped, us If hypnotized SALE OF LAND A Conditioner ao4 Went Expdkr window. "I didn't. You see well, I lit the sight of the wavy brown bnlr of GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. have been a fool. I didn't understand the young mnn. The soup plate GARRAKD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiffs John Maret, ct al, about this war and I wouldn't let any. trembled In her hand, and when the Don't allow your stock to "get off feed" I'liTs. VS. William Faulkner, ct al, Now, It ain't and In a run-dow- n condition. Defendant. body tell me.help. You Itsee, I too lato owner of the brown hair turned his VS. Nannie F. 'Scott, want your heard a head toward the drooping plate, Marl Defts. Elizabeth Faulkner, ct al Pursuant to a Judgment rendered Condition your cows for calving by on gave a startled little cry and un lot of things recently. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered nt the November Term, 1010, the feeding Dr. Hess Stock Tonic before at the November Term, 1019, the un- dersigned Commissioner will sell nt Tbat boy, George, he la bach and he dropped tho plate on the Immaculate freshing. Then feed it regularly to indersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court has been telling me about this whole tnblecloth. crease the flow of milk. It lengthens - auction before the Court House Door In Lancaster, Ky., on fhlns. I simply didn't know, that was The officer wns on his feet before Fublithe milking period. government has nnjhody hnd time to utter u sound. Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1910, all. And now th old at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, Buy Stock Tonic accordteg to tho siie made a man and a soldier and a better For heavens sake, Mnrlon," he M., or thereabouts, American than I am out of him. And on at 11 o'clock, A. of your herd. Oct from your dealer two seizing the two small wrists, his in the It put a medal on him, a medal that cried, pounds for each areraua hog.flvo pounds 22nd, 1010, the real estate mentioned MONDAY, DECEMBER eyes wnnciering rrom the frightened, described as follows for each horso, cow or. steer, to start with, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings andCounty, Kentucky, near be deserves. surprised nnd happy fuco of the girl to In Garrard iced u directed and Uien watch results. pleadings and described as follows: "I tell you, air, that it Is a squaro the bewildered hostess and bark ngnln Lowell, and contains about 60 acres, Kentucky. County, In Garrard government and tho best that there to the 'now nidlnnt face, "Marlon. Why Pay Ike point in the middle of and Is n portion of the tame land con. Is on this earth. It came In and It what are you doing I!cginninir at a by here?" Twice My tlio Lowell and Spoonville turnpike veyed to John Maret, deceased, in stopped tho Kaiser, and now men can John Henderson, by deed recorded Ilnrvey stooped down nnd kissed the road, corner to Lear and Brown; the Garrard County Clerk's Office in go on living and having a chance at smiling rosebud nnd the dimples. Then, pike N 89 V4 W 28 poles thenco with slavery as Deed Book is North edge of said pike; thence leav- follows: On P. 135, and by bounded of happiness. I fought against have been seeing thut the Incident needed some the North the land tbat boy and other boyB ing piko S 3U E 20 poles to a stake, explanation, ho apologized toilio hostEast by the Robert corner to Clate Arnold; thence his of Bell Price, on the on the South land fighting against tbo same thing. The ess and continued: "Mrs. Southern, Henderson, by government hadn"t changed. It was line 3 8054 E 28 poles to a stake, nllow me to Introduce my finncee.MIss the corner to same and In line to Brows; the land ot ualnes Henderson, and on me. And now, sir, Isn't there some- Harrison." West by the County Road. thing where a few dollars will help?" thenco his linrN 3U W 20 poles to The curnose of the sale is to di Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Southern, who had watched the the beginning, containing 3H acres. vide the proceeds thereof among the The cashier thought a minute and scene with mingled surprise, sweet unTho purpose of the sale is to dibrought from the safe an engraved derstanding and regret, reached out vide the proceeds thereof among the joint owners ol same. slip of paper. "I'll tell you," said be. Well tell yoa how much Tonic to btiy. TERMS. her hands to the couple when she an Joint owners ot same. The sale will be made on a credit Here Is a Treasury Savings Certifi TERMS. government will sell you swered: "Allow me to congratulate pur cate. The you upon the possession of a prize Tho sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the 1900 and be will be required to nt six months and the purchaser will chaser witn approved security execute this for about of these it will Do Jewell We will lay another cover and days. tne worth $1,000 one bonds lor bo required to execute bond with ap nmko this a double reunion. Hut I proved security for the purchase purchase price, due in six and twelve jou want that much?" six The old man fumbled a minute, shall have a hard time Jlndlng some-" price, due in six months, and bearing months respectively, and bearingpaid body to take tho place of my 'Mary.' Interest from date until six per cent Interest from date until per cent the force and effect of a counted out a roll of bills and took A suspicious smell of burnt food ap "I'm no longer agin the certificate. paid, having the force and effect of having FREE COUPON. proached the little group In the dining upon which execution may the guverment," be said as he turned a judgment upon wnicn execution judgment issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Mas- to go. "I'm an American and I don't room. The next minute Marlon had Cut this out and bring to STORMES DRUG STORE may issue payable to W. II. Brown, ter fled, and from the kitchen came the .nd g,t on. Master Commissioner of the Garrard cuit Commissioner a of the Garrard Cir- care who knows It." pound of Dr. Hew' Stock Tonic. Court, clatter of a tin pan on the Boor, acCircuit Court, and a lien will be re- ed upon thoand lien will be reservproperty sold until the served upon the property sold until Illppety hop to the Government sbo, companied by a walling young voice) NAME purchase money is paid. Oh. dear, my Victory biscuits art the purchase money is paid. To buy a War Savings Clamp dandy; W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. ruined I" W. II, BROWN, M. C. O. C. C. , ADDRESS One tor you, and one for me, J. E. Robinson, Atty for Plffs. (CopyrlsKt, lilt, br th. UcClura Kt- It. II. Tomllnson, Atty for Piffs. And one for Brother Bandy! Bjrnaictie.) KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. 17, 'Agin the Guvment" By C. M. COOKING FOR CUPID By ESTHER MORRISON. MILLER. Somehow or other old WUjr OllllRan rot a grouch nualnit these United RelieveYoiir Rheumatism Nk docs it improving digestion, assimilation und elimination--th- o For 2Sc. rn mt nr r- PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES '1 mm HENRY PRIVATELY itrt I I KELLY & SONS. I I W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. L LMC Lancaster, ' Is Every Animal At Its Best? fnijj Ml Ml COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. Dr. Hess Slock Tonic Peddler Price? STORMES DRUG STORE Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer Kills Lie psr I 3, t jgL-- - MMWtBsjsjsj-aj- J The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec 18 I9IS. !'. TOBACCO AND LAND in KW AT HE 1 1-- PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, Dec 20, 1919, 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. 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, PRESS 'S CABINET MANTELS, TILE HEARTHS, FRONT AND BACK PORCH, CONCRETE COLUMNS ON FRONT 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 Fr6m BEST TOBACCO MARKET AND GRADED SCHOOL IN THE STATE. HOUSE SETS RIGHT ON PIKE. Ml 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 FROM AND WELL WATERED, 15 MINUTES DRIVE BEST GRADED SCHOOL AND TOBACCO MARKET IN THE STATE. HOUSE SETS RIGHT ON THE PIKE. ! ALSO SEVERAL GOOD BUILDING LOTS WILL BE SOLD AT SAME TIME. RESERVE OR BY-BID. THIS PROPERTY GOES WITHOUT EASY TERMS ANNOUNCED ON DAY OF SALE. JAS W. SMITH. LANCASTER, THEO CURREY. KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 18. 1919 DARTING, PIERCING Li1" MR. DOOLING By ELIZABETH SMITH. z aa SCIATIC PAINS Give way before the penetrating effects of Sloan's Liniment Mary flreeley sat knitting nt her desk In n private olllco of the Wood-wortManufacturing company! where Instantly relieves Hearthm, for ten yenrs she had typed for the enStops food waring, So do those rheumatic twinges and gineer. Through the opened sliding nBMtloir, and all atomach miseries. mmi aasuWi. tliTele Kw "SK the of lumbago, the nerve windows In the partition, which sepasmetaad imf. laetaam Vitality audi" inflammation of neuritii, the wry neck, rated her snnctum from the counting- KlTONTCIe tke bast Mnatr. Taaai ef Uw: the joint wrench, the ligament sprain. I ' Oabaostaaesat P'ainly bear Pnymns- the muscle strain, and the throbbing ter Truesdnle nnd Mr. Dueling, the Lniise. taalaaar, Xsawflaaa, bookkeeper, straightening out the pay ease of annlvlne. the nultknei The R. E. McROBERTS, Lancailtr. Ky. of relief, the positive results, the cleanroll, inere was nlo an occasional liness, and the economy of Sloan's word from the traveling man, Mr. Liniment mike it unlveiially preferred. Bangs. JOHK WHITE tu CO. 35c, 70c $1.40l "Oh, dear!" mused Mary, sighing, ns LOUISVILLE, KY. she caught n glimpse of herself In the large mirror over Mr. Itobey's desk Liberal aaaartimal across the room. "I'm surely getting and lull valua paid old, yet I'd do It over again Just the XFURS same. Anyway, mother had every comHKaa anal ' fort while she lived, lf we did live In Oait Sklaa two rhoms. There'll always be comfort for me In the remembrance of The Egyptian Barber. that. No, I have no regrets, but I can't at C.'lt Tiit'rl ef Jllk. The nrdlnnry village harbor of deny that I am very lonesome," ptv . the most 6wtly lit nil fibers, Mary was getting old. She had Just lTgtpt licnra n certnln resemblance. In the raw ln(e represents ami goes, t the ripened Into full womanhood .with no great It to lie gcanlcd m Its su fnr us lilt profession val irrlrr-snrv,i-nnnclent times In more plumpness than that which betr- -i 'rratlnn like n shipment of bill Ki.gland. lie Is of authorised by law, nf-t- longs to the curves of 1 Ion. it Is shipped from const to coast hnvlng p.isrcd nn exnmlnntlon. to twenty-eigh- t. Always attractive, with In special, solid express trains, under of perform vncclnaMon. stmng guard, the shipments ranging leeches, cupping, Mniple nppll'Htlon hut her perfectly matured grace and poise, dressings, she wns now positively beautiful. in value from $5,000,000 to $23,000,000. l foibM le-- i to order or prccrlhe And so the young men In the counting room must have thought, for all Met Fate of the Weak. of them had proposed during her years nt tho planL On Mng refused, they lf sins tint there ran bu no iloul thn" tli cliff dnellcn. were pxtcnul SALE OF LAND had one by one found n life partner elsew here. na'fii by their more savage nnd warlike iighbors, the men being killed "No." Mary had told them. "While ami lh women being ndopted Into the mother lives my sole duty Is to care for her." And she had cared for her trlbnf the conquerors, though In some COMMISSIONER'S most tenderly until the end, which was ca.w migrations may have become now a year back. nessnry ns n result of drought or JESSAMINE CIRCUIT COURT, pres. are from outside tribes. "Miss (Jrreley," en I led Truesdnle C. E. Overstreet, Admr, of PUTs. through the partition windows, "have Elijah Evans, deceased, etc you heard whether we're to have time VS: Notice of Sale Defts. off to see the president? I believe he Herman Evans, etc. pursuant to a judgment of the Is to land nt eleven nt Commonwealth NEW Jessamine Circuit Court, in the above pier." styled action, entered at its Novem"Yes," smiled Mary sweetly. "But I 1910, the undersigned ber term, FARM BULLETIN hear Mr. Itohey talking Just outside Master Commissioner, will on our door. He has Just been to tell the 22, 1919, department MONDAY. DECEMBER heads. Here he Is hell Now Ready For about the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, at tell you hlmelf." the court house door in Lancaster, Distribution The engineer, who enjoyed the same Ky., expose for sale the property princely salary as the general manager. herein below described viz. Hon than SO farms described. parcels of wasowlng to the absence of the tat' AH those three tracts or Gat yojr name on our mailing list at once. land lying; and being situated In oar-rar- d ter. In full charge. lie opened the door County, Ky., on the Poor Ridge nnd nnnounced: Semonin - Goodman Turnpike road, about eight miles "They nre going to knock off at 11 :30. Incorporated north ol Lancaster, and Dounded and I advise that you go to the other end described as follows, TRACT NO. 1 on which is lo of the works. You can see the presiLouisville, Kentucky. cated the dwelling house. Beginning dent plainly from the windows there." "All right, thank you," came from in the center of the Poor Ridge pike, Truesdale. "But we have a llttlo more corner to Whitaker; thence N E 433 feet to a drain; thence N 23, to do." E 470 feet to a sycamore tree in said Mr. Bobey, a short, stout, austere apdrain; thence N 5U, E 140 feet to a pearing little man, with steely cold post, corner to Johnson; thence N blue eyes nnd n closely trimmed 63 U. V 210 feet to an angle In a drain; thence S 71 W. W 277 feet; print. now busied himself with a bluethence N 85, W 227 feet to a locust "What a pity," thought Mary, her post: thence N' 56W W 100 feet: thence N 714, V 210 feet to the, eyes running casually over him. "What center of the pike: thence with the a queer person he Is, to he sure living center of the pike S OH. E 210 feet: In a lovely house with no wife only a Registered Aberdeen An thence S E 210 feet; thence S man for cook and housekeeper. And E feet; thence tennis, no club, execjit the gus Cattle for sale anytime 140 feet 280 the place of S 21 U, E no golf, no and only speed boats for a beginning. yacht club, to Containing; 10.8 acres. bobby. Well, he Is a bachelor at thirty-feither sex any age. Also regis' TlCACT NU. 2 Ucginnlng n the ive. center of the Poor Ridge pike, corner single." I suppose he'll always stay tered Poland China Hogs. Big type to Rainey and Snyder; thence with "Well, It Is 11:30," nnnounced that the center of said pike N4, W 280 A. D. BRADSHAW, feet; thence N 27, E 210 feet; thence gentleman rising, watch In hand. "I w in ziu, w think WALKER BRADSHAW .140i,feet: lis ieet; mence W 280 feet: . of the III move down to the other end thence N 40V4. building." w ziu reet; thence thence in Lancaster, Ky. When near Hie office, Mary met Mr. N 0M, W 210 feet; thence N 13, E Robey, nho smiled at the coincidence 195 feet; thence N SU, W SG feet to the center of the pike, comer to of their both returning. "I am going for a cigar," he explained. Then he Burdette; thence S 71, W 371 feet to a post: thence N 59 Vi. W 294 courteously opened the door and they feet; thence S 52i, W 310 feet, to entered. Crossing the soft carpeted fence post: thence X 84, W 883 floor they went to their desks for the feet; thence S C2 W 951 feet to a sought-fo- r articles. post corner to Lot No. 8; thence S Mary had picked up her knltttns; 4H, W 1032 feet to a stone in a and was rising to go, and Mr. Itohey drain 70 feet east of a water can: thence up the drain S SOU, E 88 had Just atfound his cigars, but sat a blueprint when: feet thence S 69, E 280 feet; thence glancing "Bobey Is a booh!" It was TruesN 82, E 119 feet; thence S 70, E 210 Co. reet; thence N 87, E 160 feet; thence dale talking. 72 'A E 80 feet: thence N C2U E "Nothing less," agreed Bangs. Incorporated 352 feet; thence S 82. E 84 feet; The engineer nnd his secretary both thence N B9, E 184 feet; thence S held high Ideals. Although they ab89, E 235 feet; thence N 70 E 381 Maanf acturers of Perf horred eavesdropping, their surprise feet; thence S 654, E 290 feet; thence N 61 E 260 feet; thence S held them spellbound. SPECTACLES AND "Why. Just think of It," expatiated 87W, E 104 feet; thence S 84, E 298 feet to the beginning. Contain!- - Truesdnle, as he struck a light for his EYE GLASSES I clgnr. "Here Is a man thrown Into the j Ji.ii acres. TRACT NO. 3 Beginning at post, corner to Lot No. 2; thence N nnd wnnnckt-beurtegirl In nil Boston Krjptok Artificial Eyes a.P05t: thence N nil ho hasn't known enough In atl t. ouu ieet to the center or a these yenrs to make love to her. Ughl Invisible Bifocal Lena branch: thence N 82V4. V 1035 feet to the center of Sugar Creek; thence I'm disgusted with his blindness I" "Samo lyre!" offered Bangs. "He up me irecK s zz'A r; o4u feet; hence S 60. W 490 feet: thence S sees no beauty In anything but a conW 5C0 ft; thence S 32 ?i, W 177 ft; founded old engine I" 3 4th & Chestnut fits, thence S 24 J, W 280 feet; thence S "If I were he." came from Doollng, 29, W 513 feet to the center of a "I wouldn't wait a minute. LOUISVILLE, KY. I'd say. ranch corner to rord: thence un 'Mary, will you marry nief" 'iranch S 66, K 290 feet, S 54, E 24 j , Slam I went the door. reet; thenco a 6SU, E 180 feet; grew hence S 02J4 B 230 feet; thence SI As the young men's footsteps s, c -- iu ieet; thence S 82. K 246 fainter down the corridor, Mr. Bobey I loQli('d un from his blueprint and feet; thence S 76, K 280 feet; thence o a water gap: thence a BOli. E 701 across mo room nt Mary, nho had eet to a atone, corner to Lot No. 2, slumped Into her chair with her head , r. luju ieet to the Pe- bent forward nnd her eyes resting conence The undersigned hercoy give warn nning. Containing 77,4 acres. fusedly on the desk. Vis to ull persons not to trespass upon Said three tracts of land will fir- -t Crossing the room the dapper Utile tur land; for any purpose whatever be offered separately; then tracts roan laid one hand very tenderly on M we will prosecute all offenders to Nos. 1 and 2 will be offered together; with the other the fullest extent of the law. Hunt ' en the farm as a whole will bs of. Mary's shoulder; hand and raising be right It ers and fishermen especially take fcred. The Commissioner accepting1 took her brings the trreatest to his lips declared. le bid that natice. I was pretty queer. Miss Greeley, It of manev. Mrs. Cora rhllllps. It. L. Elkin, imount TrJlCMS: said sale will be made ' " w" ,rue- - sou neuni wuai uooi. lira. Emma Daniels, n a credit of six and twelve months, Ing said, 'I'd say, Mary, will you marry R. L. Arnold. nual installments, the purchaser be. I met' Now I Intended to ask you this. Ins required to execute bond to the I ask you now. Will yout Oh, will Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, undersigned Master Commissioner on tou dear!" Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbothani, , i Mary, still deeply crimsoned, looked jioj, v iii.iaiimcni Edd and N. B. Pries. I tna purchase money bearing inter. ,nroul,h cli8,enln. Cyes. and Mr. S. C. Itlgsby. St at the rate of six ner cent ner an. .turn, from date until naid and having Robey, seeing love and happiness in the D. M. Anderson. the force and effect of a judgment. fiance, stooped and kissed her. I. L. Barker Hand in band, they sauntered down EVERETT B. HOOVER, n. U Kellcy. Master Commissioner Jessamine the long passage In blissful content, to J. C. BIgsby. where the loud cheering announced the Circuit Court. Sirs. Victoria Anderson, onaugh and Bronaugb. Attorneys. coming of the great exemplar of peace. by the McClure New-pap- .r Thompion and Tracy L (Copyrlaht, EATON I C After you eat always taks AUCTION 1 A part of the Carrie Boulden Wein- man, or Howard King place on the West side of the Lancaster and Lexington turn pike Three miles below Bryantsville, in Garrard county, Kentucky, containing ' r' ANGUS 86, 146 ers, on Acres DEC. 10:30 a. LAND STOCK FARM Subdivided in tracts to suit 'the purchase 40, 22, SATURDAY, at 20, 1919 X m. Sale conducted on the premises, Rain or shine. I Southern Optical This farm is situated in the best part of Garrard county, and farms on this pike are hard to buy. On the farm is a nice five room dwelling that could not be built now for $3,000. also a lot of outbuildings, and about 50,000 feet of white oak timber, plenty of corn and tobacco land, and about 80 acres sowed to rye now. This land is all limestone, and is good iot,EilJnJetl i'j, natured land, and with the proper treatment should double in value in the next few years, and at the same time pay the owner a good dividend each year. Don't fail to attend this sale for you may miss a if you stay away. TERMS VERY EASY. r. bar-gai- 6 ; POSTED n t ,. . ; ft; iu United Realty O. T. WALLACE, General Manager. Co: Lexington, Ky. Syndicate.) I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec 18 1919. WOMEN EXCEED MEN IN SAYS EFFORTS LIKE THOSE OF JAPANESE FACTORIES DROWNING MAN Took Medicines as Vic tim Grabs at Straw, Cromwell Says Trutona Brings .Needed Aid. 1'aLcnli, Ky., Dec. 17th. 850,000 Japanese Women Work at Average Daily Wage of Ten to Twenty Cents for a Twelve Hour Day. 1'here In are more women In Industry accord-to Japan than there nre men, I Crouo Threatens Quick relief of baby's croup ohm forestalls a serious eltiutlm when this drsadsd dimst come, io the btt hours of eight. I I I I ' IHaalMiitiiK M wmMilmLTikM MUMfal ah MM tbt M f MMMttnc Ann MK Mll.l.Ht. UtWrtft CffWB Merer Company PsflBflskBiMMaiiBaaia WhyT Btum Drug mutt 9 Ife ! 60rUf LIOm ffcrfM M MM Into the end of the handle of a now toothbrush can bo Inserted a enrd with Ita owner'i name. Not Flattering. "You rouat hare wild something dreadftil to Sir. neatseller." "I merely suggested that, lie hire the fellow who cot up till idurtlsements to write his book, for him." Soldiers' Hat Cordt. of th cords ihi the alund for distinctive otdlers erf the arruy. llluc la fur In lies ntrjr: yellow, for ravulry; nil. for aliery: reil ,and white, for englner Kl'yiltiy.ii' ana white, signal eorp"! mxruain, unheal corps; Mark ami reil. rrtlnnnce corps; Imff, quartermaster cold and btnrk, commissioned n color ht Wttr. riir; r Honor Not All Gutenoer( Ming It mm in Lave been lntnt Anns! to IhcJTTKld Aug. 14. V437. John of the (lutrnlxTR Mandcat thW-nearly typogrnpher,s1ipinrtel by the genius of Scboeffer antt the generous patronage iif Faust. Ilutenbcrg used only block, and to Keli.ieffcr la due the movable tyio cast from matrices. Cnxtnn, who Introduced the art Into I'nelnml, began life na n trader, but learned printing st Cologne. The (lrt printed book on record Is The I'eal-Ii- t ' width John Faust and Schoelfer published at Meta In 1437. In Death Valley. Death vnlley Is u narrow area between the Pnnamlnt and l'uneral mountains In Caltfornlu. It Is trn-- ! ersed by the Amargora river, which usually ii dry channel, though prob-- 1 ,1 ably It was fonnerly full of water. The level of tbe valley la covered with rait, supposed to hare been brought fcy the torrents from tho surrounding "desert and left on the ernporatlon of "Hie water. Death valley la said to be tfcvihettcit and driest plaeo in the States. a statement recently nmde by the War Work Council of the Young Women's Christina Association. Tho world war haa brohitlit 8W,000 women and girls Into the dally grind of Industry according lo this statement; .K),( of them little girls under tlftren Jeara of age who work twche hntira at a wage of ten to twenty cents a day, that Mm world may hare rtlk dresses and munitions. In Tokyo alone, a city of two and 0 nnv half million people, there are Inwomen emplojed In slity-twdustries and hulnrses varying from work ns telephone operators, clerk, stenographers and bookkeeper1 lo work In silk and other sorts of factories and domestic work. llach jcar thousands of these women co back to their homes In the country, broken In health and victim of tuberculosis because of the poor conditions under which they work and live. They atv housed In dormitories In the factory compound. Ttiese dormitories are frequently ununttary. The clrla work lone hours, have no recreation and on finishing their long day Immediately to bed, oftentimes a CO bed which a girl who works at night has been sleeping In ll day. As part of Its world service for women, the Vfung Women's Christian Asportation p.on to build dormitories In manufacturing towns where girls may live cheaply under healthful physical and social conditions, to send out secretaries who can Introduce recreation Into the factory compound and direct games anil social life. This la dona with the of the factories' managers and proprietors. One of tlie most Influential of these la Mrs. Kutukl, the most tn prominent woman manufacturer Japan, who la owner and manager of a tlrni which exported tll.0OO.UUO worth of lan oil to America last )car. IlecerUly Mrs. Suiukl decided to employ one thousand women In her officio. She could nol find enough well trntneil ones so she estshllshed ayperrnanonl school where Japanese girls may bu trained to enter the busidanger ness warliL The greatest ahead of Japan, she says, la tn Its snd Japan's growing mnterlallsm. greatest need, the deiclopment of her eomen. "Just ns a drowning man crabs at n straw, so 'invc I been trying every new medicine 1 heard of in an effort to Ret relief from long standing troubles; nnd the senrch has not been in vain, for 1 have found aimply marvelous relief in Trutona", J. S. Cromwell, n prominent business man of .112 Jackson street, taid recently. "I've lind liver trouble for a long time", he continued, "and last March I had an infection which left me in I had n terrible condition. n bad bothered me couch. Constipation 1 usually nlmost continually and felt I leaned over, tired and worn out. If for nny length of time I would be- -' come dizzy when I'd mite up. "I simply feel like a man made oer again, tincc taking Trutonn. My bowels act with clock-lik- e regu larity now-- , the dizzy spells have censed to occur nnd the former ter-- j riblc cough is 100 per cent improved. And Trutona has restored my old time 'pep' too. I enn't say too much in fnvor of Trutona and I feel it my duty to tell the public ns it may be the means of some other sulfcrer gaining relief. Trutona has helped me where other medicines failed nnd I'm glad to recommend it". Trutona is now being explained and introduced In Lancaster nt II. K. McKOHRilTS DRUG STOKK. Advertisement. and there aeema to be little doubt as to the efficiency of his electrical touch. And, strange to sny, there appears to be but few scoffers at this new man" of miracles. Is history repeating itself, or have m wo" really men in existence who, by a touch of their hands, enn cause the lame to walk and the sick to become well? It will be Interesting to watch the' career of this yourg man. If his success continues we might have him touch the profiteer nnd cnusc him to reduce his prices to normal. He might stroke the hairy face of the Hcd nnd convert him Into a law abiding citizen. He might cause the capitalist and the laborer to work together in harmony. And, as the supreme effort of his career, he might wave the wand of his potency over the heads of congress ind the president and liad them to nn amienblc solution of the contested sections of the treaty of peace and the league of nations. And that, we think, would be some miracle. Gives Permission To Use Name. Ovcrlnnd A, I believe, fills n need for quick, cconomicnl, comfortable transportation which exists among millions of people in all classes of life and in all countries. After ten years of experimenting, two years of testing, and 250,000 miles of demonstration, I am confident Overland 4 will give satisfaction to owners out of all proportion to its price. Christmas time will soon be here. If you want to please your wife and children and enjoy what you have Buy a car. ROGER ALDRIDGE, Dealer. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Kugcne I'almer, Lawrence, Mass., writes: "Foley's Honey nnd Tar relieved mc of n cough from which I had been suffering for weeks. You have my full permission to use my name any time you wish in any advertising matter." This fine old family remedy is In grcnt demand right now- - for col. Is, croup and bronchial nnd grip coughs. Foley's Honey nnd Tar nets almost instantly, cuts the phlegm, soothes the raw nnd irritated membrane clears breathing passages. For Sale by It. K. McROBEKTS, driggist, Lancaster, Ky. It. Advertisement. Nobody Kverjbody going to die Is dead ever) Envlec a Dead Man. envies the man who Is rich, but the moment he body censes to envy him. Consider the Centipede. It Is n mistake tn centipedes hnvc a hundred legs. The name Is misleading. The most common vnrlety usually have 34, but there art othtr species with as many ns 1U0 a' 00 legs. How to Tell Sapphires. A really gid sapphire should nppeai blue by artlllclal light an well as day light J some stones have a trace o, black, and some red, tho latter maklnj them resemble nmethyst, especially 'ij lamplight, or gaslight. Willing to Help the Needy. A fnmous womnn tencher, eighty years old, wns sitting on the vomnda of n college dormitory In her wheel chair. A student hnd Just brought her some Ice water In her silver mug nnd the teacher had finished drinking It when some tourlts came up, saw her sitting there holding out her cup. nnd they dropped n half dollar In It. Imagine their feelings when they discovered who the "beggar" was I uppoe that ull Capltrllst R. ' :tlcrs. v Inter The pronoun "I" -- ml Jectlon "O" nro better written without "U'-Jitiling n capital Let added and It slgr.lflea- - that the writer has no capital at all. Boston Transcript. What "Cenotaph" Means. Til" word Is derived from the Creek vrorjs "kenos," meaning "empty" and "t..t lion," meaning ' "tomb," In other woids. a cenotaph Is a sepulchral m.mt:ient erected In honor of n person whose body lies elsewhere. Foundation of True Beauty. The truest beauty arises from a nohlo A soul which Is rndlnnt character. with love and truth lights even the homeliest fnce Into beauty which Is not transient, but which grows ever deeper and more abiding ns the years pass oo. French Pesnte Goor1 Pay. The l"rench peasant, steady going, In- Another Day Of Miracles? When Christ wns on earth he performed miracles by the laying on of Hut he was Christ, the Son hands. of Rod. is Today another miracle man coming into the limelight. He la Hilly Mays, nnd he performs in nn improvised sanitarium provided by the citizens of New Castle, Ind. No one professes to be able to solve the mystery of the power of his hands. Kven medical men nre nt sea, 'tis said. Hut his patients include people from nil walks of life. Medicine From Stag Horns. Stags nre bred In China for their horns, the horns being cut while soft each year nnd used In the manufacture of medicine. The Potato. In Its n:ill" country, on the mountains of Chili' nnd I'liii, writes Jem Henri I'nhre. In Field. Forest and Farm, the i .into In its wild slate Is a poor illmlmitlie niber iibout a' larcoi as n hanlii.f. Man takes the worth-- 1 liSSS wild ;oi k 'ntn his gnrdeu. plants j It in rith oil, It, wntrrs It; nndj behoM. froi.i year tn jiar the potato thrlus i,,. r .md more, gaining In size nnd In nutrlMo prop rile, and finally lieeoine u farinaceous tuber ns largo' J ns our two fl; . NATIONAL rnlENDSHIPS DEPEND UPON WOMANKIND Diplomat 8ays Man Japanese Alone Cannot Create Interna. tlonal Friendliness. clined to do without than to buy beyond his means, almost without exception pays his debts reliably and promptly. High collection costs form Ancestors of Sheep. All tho present breeds nf sheep are no purt of a dealer's worries In r'nuce. probably descended from the Moufflon, the European wild breed. The Combinations In Soap. other lending wild breeds nre the ,r-ga- ll principle of soap making Is alItlghorn of central Abi, and the nf the Itoifcy mountains In America: ways the same and Is based on the but It Is doubtful If any domesticated combination of fat and an alkali, as varieties have been evolved from In the case of tallow nnd lye. Variathese. AH the reeently opened coun- tions In soaps nre largely due to ad-- I t ck.d from Kurnpe, illtlons of perfumes, coloring matter tries have ber which navo namIr mid ne'ir'v i I'nglMl breeds, iinu uiii , with r.-i, , i,; i fpanlsh me- ing to do with the primary purpose of sojp, which Is to cleanse. rino. thrifty and frugal, nnd far moru 1 f f i A FAMILY MEDICINE -. Tbii Hmk. k Ktr NelWi Regard'iDjfSyBUckLadr, CsMTfk Bnwgh. Relief From Hcid-kJMalaria, Oulb, Etc m, ninggold, Oo, lira. Chas. Outoa, ef this place, writes: "1 am a user In fact. of Tbbdford'i It waa ono of our family medicines. JUao la my mother's home, when I child-raany ot a child. H complained"When headache, uausually of alio save ua caused by conitlpatlou. which would a dote of Black-Draugh-t, rectify tlo trouble. Often In tho Bprlni, wo wouU hare malaria and chills? or troubka of thli kind, we pretty rts-vjla- r wouia.'tarto Ulacl-Dau;until the liver acttd well, and wo would toon bo up and around again. We would not bo without It, for It certainly lias navtd ua Iota of doctor bills. Juxt a doao ot DIack-Draugwhen not so well aarea a tot of days In bed." haa been Thrdford'a Bhub-Drauxtn use for many yrsrs In the treat-tmeof stomaca, liver and bowel trvubltJ, ta 1 th rL.u'.srlty which It new tnlys Is vrt;t of Its merit It your liver W ast dolns 1U duty, you vrlll Fttffer fpoS atich dlaagree-alil- a bilious-was- , es Ev'.'.eilon, etc, consll nation. and untaw Eemethlas U done, serious trouMa nay reeulU taa been Tbodford'a DbcVDi'v for these found a aluable run;Tr vcsctable, and troublee. H tt et la a prompt a".! pitnml way, regulatltig tht liver to Its proper fuuctlona and cleanatns the bowels otlutsurltUa, Try IU lualut ou Thedma a. tae orviuu ui4 ceaumo. ai i be- friendship International largely tween nations deH-nd- s friendly feeling between uwn the the women of thoe nations, ao cording to rrpresentntlvea of the - J)nnese embassy In Washington, Tlielr theory Is that there can be no firm friendship between two nations unless the women of those two countries know and like one another, aa between nations, aa In tbe state and In the family, la based on co-operation between men and wo- men. Therefore. If Japan and Amyrl- co are tn have a real, lasting friendship, to really know and understand one another, tho wo- men of tho twonullone unuM learn to play together, to study together and to think together. Tho Y W C. A. Is nno of the best mediums for bringing about this friendship between the two nations, according to dlplomntlc representatives of Japan, as that orga(iUntlnn la teaching Jnpaneso showing them women life and how to enjoy sports. It Is particularly neces. sary that Japanese women lenrn to enjoy and appreciate recren- Hon, they any. since the great Influx of women Into Industry and bii'lness, aa Japnnese wo- men, fonnerly so conservative. 4 are going Into business nnd doing many things which they bail never thought of doing before the wnr. A. has been aa- The Y. W. fc sured the fullest possible allnn of the Japanese embassy 4-- and the Japanese people In mak- Ing Its "World Service program" for three million dollars to be used for women and girls In the United flntes. India, China. .In- pan. South Amerlrn, Hg.vpi, SI- herln, the Neor Kast anil Mexico n success r ' 4 TOB AC -- TO 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 C. A. Sp8i.ii Company STANFORD STREET j 4 4 4 4 "I a 4 4 4 4 4 I Lancaster-- Keretycky- IN iWk a. V? (MM 4 4 4 ) DEALERS ! 126.96.36.199.4.44.4-4-4-4-4-4-44-- V. W. C. A. TRAINS WOMEN Young women students from forty China four stales nnd nine eounlrle tbe Philippine Islnnd. Prance, llutgn Ilussla, Armen.11 ChiiioIi rln. Holland. nre regl'ieuil In thi and Mnxliii National Training School nf the Yoiibi In Nev Women's Christian Assni-iuiin- L00SS S-niP W2 0 w. 3 is f- a Y mi a (a Iq hi "Zr ' it They are studying metiiV i.f Y Q A. work with a view In tnUIng m positions In Y W C. A (his country or In otln "f ' wi tries where the Y W C A l mre- on, opening anil rxpandluv York. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Day. BRANCH HOUSE at MORELAND. vrTiJVwv.w.ryeuvw'.s-rse.'-v --- - 'VtrC-- Ihe Central Record, Lancaster, DC DC Ky. Thursday, Dec 18, 1919 eywevsysxSK-sy-svs- v 3L7ZZ1CZZ1C 31 IE Have Your Tires Eetreadsc, Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e retreading-n- ot can half sole-a- nd cess of rebuild a tire at less than half price. j I THE DARKEST HOUR Dy JACK LAWTON. I I THE 1 1 NEW POSTMAN J EDITH W. GOODWIN. S PJ 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Daiwilie Buick Do CONN, Propietor. Danville, Kentucky. Walnut Street. L. B. 11 CZ3 OC KENTUCKY. II BANK, ir D 1.' CITIZENS NATIONAL h OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus 8100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON B. F. Hudson, "ROLL OF HONOR.' President, J. J. Walker, V. Pres. W. O. Rigney, Asst. Cachier. Mrs. N. W. K. Champ, Cashier, Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, C Hamilton, Clerk. mm ilillllllllllllllllll ENGRAVING Too buy thl work because you want something nice not In order to economize. Good printing Is better than, cheap engraving, as cheap finery Is generally disappointing. Our work !a the standard. Mf. Engravers, .and .Stationers LOUISVILLE i D see complete line of samples. Call at Central Record office and n 111 j OF Ull Household and Kitchen Furniture. I will on Friday, December 19th, and Kitchen at ONE O'CLOCK at my home on Richmond Street, sell all of my Household Furniture. . TERMS CASH. Mrs.Mctude Bogie 5 l' KMntjr Apa Ii no rttpefr nf pr dlatslr. Ttis snothln healing oil stlsn' 'U om. A tnfiior.tr of thn MU umictlnff uUtea ths kMnsys. rsltsvss InfUmma Y"" i n HHKHSaBaBBiBUBUBUl .ho a wi ipjaaajsjai can t trucM back to lions atHi aesirors tn (arms wnien Eeopl havo rsusM It. lx not mit unlit totrouble. "Sister's croser'nn benr; mainiim A IjiIii mil widc-cje- d nml sleepless ajitt morrow, tio lo your ilnuFglst th Th before her bedroom window, the mono has n hiiiihiche nnd I can't make any orvanx kUneyn rbo.lr. mot Important Insist on UOLU MRUAt, Haarlsm Oil ar tha Capsules. Thtr In twsnty-fou- e hours you nole' all the other hoys have gone nittrtvra. ofthathpurlflrm, of your blood. lliniiil Ihe nndy stretch of bench returning Kidney dlan I ukuaMjt IndlcatM by should fssl health and vlror first hsara Into gleaming slhcr. For hours sllillng. and 1 ran't pit" sad will Mess the day you efplfiantBt. ncnrouinoa. wtnrlnra. UOU) HKIiAIj Haarlsm David llurlmnk roamed lltlely tin' Klrl liml wnl upon her tlaponJony. bickarht. tnniMh trou-M- r. ofAftar you frtl that you OIL eurat have p'llow. until ut lnt she hnd arisen nnd nlMiut the house In search of snmethiiiK pain In loin an.! lower abdomen, yourself, contlnus to taka one or tws sail ntuiira, travel, ThaumatUtn, aclatlca, eapsulso asch 1sy, so m to k.p 13 dressed, hoping, when tin. Inst guest tn pass nwny lime. A slight cold wn nd lumbago. flrst-clacondttloa and ward oft the of the lintel retired within doors, to the reason he wnu't allowed to go langic of othsr attacks. All riraruAmnta ar nature Ignalu to warn you that the kldntya lip mit unseen and settle her prob- sliding Willi his chums. Ask for ths original Importsd GOtA i.m1 help. lou ihould uee UOLD MKlAbbrao4. Three alsas. xtoasy re He fulled to It ml anything nrxmg his lem In lln open silence of the night. MKI)AI llaarUm Ull Capiulea Imme tundsd If thar oo not help you. pin) things (hat ii'ealed to hliifi so he Money, not Just cnnugli in lie comfortable In her own lionn hut money struck a few notes on the plntk'. bill wns promptly told by shier Ade( "to desufficient tn satisfy nil Ihc pent-usires nf her heart. She might Inucl, "top that noise!" The little fellow wondered what "ho might see luxuriously the wondrous nights of the world; ihc might mnde Allele so cross. She was usually a good pal with her )oung brother, but him- - nt hand the uhltc-trelllsc-d pir-- ' today she had only cross words for Draw A den which had long hcen her dream Ihe monotonous olllce with Its weary him. "What's this?" he queried ntniid. routine would ho forever hnnllnil If she would hut nccept the conditions of "Sister must have forgot to mall her for ttis money you owe and her iucrulnus old uncle's will; and Its letters: I'll go mall 'em, then mil) he note how much more reshe won't be so cross nt nie." condition was n husband of his chons-InHe had caught sight of n pile of letpectfully your creditors ro I.i'lln knew slightly this man whom ters, but failed tn notice thnt each one k'nrd you. Tliey like to do Iiit uncle favored with his choice, nml hail boon opened, and that they were llu "know Ins" had onuel her slec- - nil but one niMrescl tn h!s sNter. Ill) business with n man who less nlht. Tomorrow she must give counted them; there t ere twenty-fou- r tins an nccoiint at the In all. her aiiner. It was the Inst day of decree She hated the chosen man's He quickly put on his coat, cap. nil A Trail Go Gimrd sneering smile, she liuleil the shrewd hers and mittens nnd. Inking the telness of h!s fold eyes, hut shu knew lers under his arm, proceeded down They know he Is doing business in a business like way, (letter thnt he would willingly enact his purl, the street. open such an account even it your affairs are not large. They because of the prlre In store. Davie walked on n Utile further. Hi 'ii will urow all nfcbt.1 It was like Uncle Jnreil tn select quite suddenly he rctrurcd his slips. Ni di n man ns custodian of his accuHe had an Idea, Why not play he was & mulated wealth; this new secretary the postman, and leave the letters nt P 1 'ind won the old man's ndiulrolhm hy different houses! h s emulous cleverness, ns I.ellu hud With him, to think wns tit net, mi he won It. hy her devotion through one of didn't stop to consider the fact that he ' his Illnesses. might not leine them at their Intended Now the girl came slowly like n designations, but quickly the nh:te n nihil down the moonlit sands steps of the nearest house and dropped mid seated herself there to watch the the letter at the top of the pile Into the dawning. When the sun ruse, shining mall Nix. Then he mug Ihu I nnd OF LANCASTER. rni the waters, sho must have made hurried on. her decision. Tho breeze lifted gently, He repented this at four or Ave the curling ends of the long hrnld houses, then decided tn try different Capflol which hung over her shoulder, she had streets. Kre long he enme tn'the home not watted to fasten up her heuutlful of Wilbur Dnwnes. Wilbur was a J, K. STOIIMES, Vle-Pret- t. A. It. DENNY, President hair for she was sure of being itlone. friend of Adele's. In fact, alVet hack among the purple shadows; S. C. DENNY, Caahlcr C. M. THOMPSON, Tsetse. though the little brother didn't quite another flgure moved nt her approach. understand the situation, he bad hern J. Ii. HARRIS. Individual Ilook-keepc"I beg your pardon," he said frunkly, Allele's promised hiiluiiid, but only a "I thought I should he quite ulotiT-her- e few days previous they had pnrlril with ' at this hour; or," he bent smiling hitter words, V to look Into Leila's face "have I sur"tlucss I'll leave two letters for WilDeposit prised 'the spirit of morning!'" bur," was the lad's licit Inspiration. "I came to settle a troubled quesHe carefully selected two fat letters WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. tion," she answered him seriously. from the bunch and dropped them In :R. "The moonlight seemed to point down the liox one nt u tlm- -. this path nml I also wished to be r S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders' Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. At Irct ho had tlulhed his self-ialone." posed task and turned his steps home-wnn- l. The man lingered. "Why, that was The family were nt supper. my case exnetly," he said. "I was Mother's headache, was better; Allele threshing things nut by myself up looked pale and wns very quiet. Vsnow and FlrefHe. ' w Much You Should Weigh. there In the hotel and my disappointWhen questioned as to where he had -- luiplo ment seemed ton big for the Indoors, way to ascertain one's The nrlayital la alwtut nam eawr-aas-I been, Davie replied that gnnetn B I nelght was told recently by Dr. Inri-wiuso I brought It out" IThe stu . V' MM ' afeaX. walk, as he couldn't think of anything "Disappointment 1" queried the girl. II. Heck of the University of docs not "wtrn Ihe c o do. His mother feared he might else ' ' ssaI l. All at once the stretching beach with i, ind. In an address liefore the works hr have taken more cold nnd put him t ngeles County Medical assocl-'"i- i on ancient legend nhoet ffi lairs $tm-dIts deep shadows was an alarming ex- tied soon after the meat was over. nt Los Angt-lc- , panse In which to be alone. ChildishCal. First, put ueni won waa too iuor tat May eeL,, Be) He suddenly awoke after what 110. Then multiply by H the In tho summer mouth k Mnsaed ly she longed for companionship and al seemed to him hours and hours. The companionship was near. This very fiber of Inches by which one's night by the light of tuasWa (Mtbt nice young man with the kind eyes doorbell was pealing loudly. Iretty ir.s'it exceeds lire feet. Add the re-u- it and Imprisoned In n paper laateru. and might In some Indirect way even help soon he heard Adele exclaim rather nf the multiplication to the oris-ii.- i' In Ihe winter hy the rtHiHltn of tha curtly: 110 and the sum Is one's "Ideal snow, Gertrude her In her decision. a W.M Dnwnes I I thought you weight." Popular Science Monthly. Outlook. she noesllonert , """"ur "Disappointment?' '" done coming to see met" 3 again encouragingly and he dropped "I thought so, too, Adele; hut I ronst down beside her on the sands. "Something." he began, "the ,.,. ask you to explain something; then I'll rerhaps, or the sympathetic Interest I fcnow mt nbnt n'"n0 " ",k'" s of jour tone loe til tie ennfl. ' "lou d better come In. then i It's too cuiei 10 Hiunu uere. ucntlal. Davie was very anxious tn hear the "I have been studying most of my remainder of the conversation, so he life, you see, with an object to accom hastily got out of bed nml went Into pllsh Hie central object of my future the spare chamber on tiptoe. There career. To the furtherance of tills accomplishment has been held out to me was a register In the floor right over an encouraging promUj of financial the parlor stove, and he had on several support. I depended upon It for I knew occasions listened here when Wilbur that I could double the money be- was calling on Adele. He heard the stowed. Without It, nt present, I am following: "I found these two letters In the mall helpless, and after yenrs of laboriously box nt home, and I can't Imagine how getting the necessary money together It would probably he too late for the they pit there. Perhaps you can tell roe." fulfillment of my dreams. "Let me sec them!" and Adile Last night only I learned that the snatched them nwny from hint. One old friend who had been so enthuslIn my enterprise, wns addressed to her In Wilbur's hand-annstlcally Interested Wo are equipped with machinery to do all kinds who had given the promise of Its t writing; the other was nddrosed to had died during my recent ale him In her own ienmanh!ii. Her eheefcs flamed and she got up fence and had mnde a hasty will leav ing all his property to u niece upon and wul I; iil the floor. After n few-- mi- marry his latest secments ho faced Wilbur nnd aski-condition that she : retary, ono who had In some way gained the old man's favor. The will, "Did you rend the one addressed tn nt course. Is Just. Heretofore I had no youj" know ledge of this niece's existence. "Of course I did. Adele; what else My friend, Jnred Long, died nt this could I do!" On all makes oYAutomobilos or Engines. We tun week ago. I ciiinu on hero to hotel n "Well, I surely didn't want you to furnish you with a now battery or repair your old learn details. see It not yet, anyway. Davie must ono. "The unexpected outcome of the will hnvo put th in there, hut what his oh- Is merely ono of life's dlsapiuilutments. Jei t was I can t Imagine." Wo have.instnlled battery charger The bitter hardness of It to me lies In "Well, Adck If you really meant and arc now ready for battery charging. the fact of tho failure forever nf my what you wrote, I shall bless Davie to I'urdon me," ended the my achievement. With our Aceytcleno and Oxygen Welding Madying day. Tell me, dear, did you!" man abruptly, "I havo been musing chine we can weld 'most any broken part of an autoTho listener upstulrs was getting exnloud and had almost . forgotten my cited. First he believed Ailelo would mobile, gas engino or farming mnchinery. At cny listener." nearly take his head off the next morntime you need help on your Auto, Gas Engino or any Tensely the girl leaned forward, a ing; then It uppeored Hint Wilbur was other kind of machinery, call us and wo will bo glad glimmer of light across the water glnd ho had got tho letters. to como to your rescue either day or night. No jobs shone Id her euger eyes, her red Hps All was quiet for a moment or two; too large or too small. parted breathlessly, then Davie was sure he heard his sis"And If," she asked, "this niece of ter sobbing. Wilbur was sieiikliig In Wo also carry a largo stock of auto parts for old Jared's should refuse his request t" very low tones and the lad couldn't Fords and othermakes of cars. Wo handle tho New "The property then would strangely Crown Gasoline which gives more mlleago than any hear what he said. revert to me," tho young man replied. When morning came Davie could other gasoline on tho Markot. Leila stood up before him. Like a hardly speak aloud, and his mother Wo nlso furnish Freo Air nnd are equipped to freed creature she stretched her urms kept him In bed all day. He rather Wash and Polish Autos. forth to the rising sun. dreaded to have Adele come In; but "The darkest hour," she murmured Garago Open Day and Night. Satisfaction when she did. Instead of the scolding softly, "Is Just before the dawn. Per-hohe expected she called him "ileur little guaranteed. your darkest hour of disappointbrother," aud even kissed him, and ment has already past. And mine I. didn't seem a bit cross, either. " wonder J" The first time he saw Wilbur he was Kuilllng the looked up Into the man's tossed to his shoulder and told that he eyes. was the best postman Jn the world, and "I want to see you again," he wild that he was proud to think that some "I must suddenly. Imperatively. HENRY P. CONN, Chief day lie was to be his own llttto brother, again." Adele had promised to marry P1om 31. PAINT LICK, KY. Then side by tide Hie two walked for Ulster htm. on together Into the golden path of (CvpyrUht. Mu), br the UcClure Nsws-ptp- sr IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS tor f r.: 'eat: r'tlely the Check Bk The Garrard Bank Trust Company THE NATIONAL BAN $50,000. Surplus 30,000 I i Safety Boxet For t I V hed "Vt. ''ii STOP! REPAIRING LOOK! LISTEN! AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE , Patrick & .Conn. Mcluic. tie tun.' rlkt. Ills. WMtsra NltlPIMI Syndicate.) ttxiixttxi The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Dec 18, 1919 COMMISSIONER'S SALLY'S STORY By MILDRED WHITE. SALE OF LAND ECZEMA! lot on our Mmniy Bmh Trv It at out ililc Ctfaranf TODAY. Price 75 at I hout que t Ion f I Ion 1 5a I ran in th treatment of Kettma, Tetler, Hint worm, Itch, fir Don't become dttcouragrii be. raute other treatment failed. Hunt' Sate hat relieved hunYou can't dred of aueh wf NONIT BACK Cigarettes made to meet your taste! the world at any price! 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M ry Trut. f turn ore apt to spend too time un In the cloud, looklnc 'anrh the silver llnlnc A Kasy-JlB- ,aaaaaM, So W, I I Have Heard. Not Always. for tclllnc a iHillivmnn of lilid." lint I tt.outlit A Ml rlr (limm-- h hub n on up In spioke. "Talk Is cheap." "Don't jou helleTe itark uf chips is often n rlilnuu. man', iminpt It. I had tn pay ten dollars nnd enH Dcndt, but Cut, Claji. .i' IS'.i Bf.' t. -- Rploy- . wniurrm, (wit, super ncaiitm. to clerk) -- "If th in. mi ... or w.ell mm K'm 4 bore metnls hy humnn blood can fee withdrawn tjr electrolysis. ,1m limetHM that Mvet heeii perfected asserts he ban nhri-ch- making nil (Trade n( electric tool stceN, Hint It has imluc.il nn alloy chlel tei'l which enn lie innde so linnl that It will cut glass. Jet may lie bent by lu lur hammered over the dee ot nil anvil An Atnrrlrnn Meel miniNitiy, 'ta.i Searched Car of'Coat for l i -- n dime cmerlnt: that he hail he hnd loaded f0 tout of conl In jl.t i ir, Wllfnrd Stolberi;. mlna III.. idmveled the fue iwlce befure recoverlns the lov. lt Dime (hirll Imperative. ho friend to share or re J'llfe In your succcmi In life, It Is nc le Incumbent on you to imve Mend lip t.i thtf path of duty. Widtcr Scott If 'BVwy fti 6ve Fruits of OIJ. Jinny, of the fruits mid vepetnluea now enten In l.nirlmid were plmntt to our forefather. Not until Henry VIH's time were raspberries- or tnilerrle or cherries grown In Eng. lanil and we do r.ut read the turnip, cniillll.iw.IT !.! qulnre UHng cultivated bet on; the sixteenth i"entury- - Dig Man tn Hlo Day. Oollntli. the l'hllMInc Elant. mint hne caused n lot of trouble for the iirniy ipiarteniinsteri. of hl day. How did they Bet a regulation uniform to fit tilm. fur bo stood eleven feet three Inches In his Mocklnc feet, If. Indeed, riilllstlnm of tboe tlmek wore atock-IllrfItostou l'ott. Ho d 5 e Brothers f j ' ii ' I k' 4 '.t; . V , i KINNAIRD BROS., Agents V rh&Me'No. 66.-- Lancaster, Ky. GARKARD CIRCUIT COURT. HaintitTs. IMd Baker, ct &1, VS. They were all iiKin the hotel Defendants. Ihe men whom Sally had piyly El if a Daker, ct al, Pursuant to a Judgment rendered nat. led to her sinter. Sally had a fund-n- o for hestoulng ukiii those who at the November Term, IBID, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at gained her Interest distinctive nnd public auction before the Court Mousing titles. House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, The tall young man, leaning Idly at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, ngnlnst n large white plllnr, was, In tn Sally's pltrnslng, "the gloomy man," MONDAY, DKCEMIlKIt 22nd, 1019, In the while one clail In while flannels near the real estate mentioned pleadings and described as follows: 111 tn was "the conceited man." DcginninR in the center of the In her heart Sally knew that her Paint Lick nnd Iluckeye Turnpike lovely sister found tecret amusement about 40 links'Soutli of a beech In her chatter. The wise man himself pointer, near a Rate that opens on n Kke little to other guests, avoiding road to the house of said widow: nil except Sully nnd her sister, and thence with the road leaving on said spending much tlmo In lonely places homestead N8',4 W 24 poles N 14 K 29 poles N 804 E 0.34 poles N OH upon tlie sands. E 13.80 poles to an apple tree; thence Sally was not flattered by his attentions. Kspcrlence had taught her that N 27 E 4.14 poles to a white locust South of another road; thence with friendship with herself, where the said road N 801--, E 0 poles S 59 ',4 E masculine sex was concerned, wns us- 8.16 poles to n point in road opposite ually a means to the end of acquainto a marked sugar tree S S4 h 0.88 tance with Cicely Cicely, the elusive poles to n black walnut at lower edge reserved. nnd of road S 37H E 16.93 poles to n During the week which followed It creek j thence down the same N E 44 poles N wns "Ihe gloomy man," In Sally's E 11 poles N 13 phraseology, who "beat the conceited 24 ',4 W 12 poles N SOU W 26 poles N 47 V 8 poles N 62 U W 12.52 poles one to It." 'The wise mnn," questioned W to a by Snlly, could not guess ns to which S 70 Ubank 05 links creek; stake on the of the South thence leavof 'the two might win. ing the creek S 25 4 W 55.40 poles "l'our slsler," he suggested, "should to n point in a road; thence with road be the one to give that Information." N 70 W 10 poles N 74 W 42 poles to "Cicely," Sally answered, dlngusted-ly- , Hunters corner; thence with his line In loe S 31s W 00.80 poles to William "never knows when n man's with Scotts Scott corner; thence will) her until It's too late." line S 694 E 32 noles to n point in Too late?" queried the wise man. "To stop It," Sally explained. the middle of the Iluckeye and Paint Lick pike; thence with same S 30 E "There's one comfort," she added, "the 5.24 poles to the beginning, containgloomy one won't bo well enough ac- ing 65 H acres. quainted to mnke love before we go. The purpose of the sale is to diI shouldn't like that mourner for n vide the proceeds thereof among the . brotber-lii'lnwYou can't tell n girl Joint owners of same. like my sister a reus, conscientious TERMS. girl, you know that jou want to mar The sale will be made on a credit ry her after one week s acquaintance. of six and twelve months nnd the pur"No," the wise mnn slowly replied, chaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the "I supposo not." "Wouldn't lo nt all," Snlly said, pos-- 1 purchase price, due In six ana twelve ltlvely, "CIs would refuso him In a months respectively, nnd bearing six per cent interest from date until minute for that reason alone." raid, having the fore The wise man considered the sweep- judgment upon wheh nnd effect of a execution may ing waves before him. issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Mas"Ho would have to wait ratlently," ter Commissioner of the Garrard Cirho said, "and learn to know your sis- cuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the ter better In town." "Just what he couldn't do," Sally purchase money is paid. triumphantly explained. "My father Is . V. II. BKOWN. M, C. G. C. C. going to take us abroad the moment R. II. Tomlinson, Atty for TllTs. In New York." we land "I wouldn't want him for Cicely, Hew Cruel I either," she said. "She's too clever Edith "Lns of sleep, you know, nnd well. Just can't cxrress IU but means loss of beauty." Maud "Intoo dear. Now, If n, man like you deed. How lone have you been troucared for her In that way " bled with Insomnia?" "He could not tell her so, In a week," the other reminded Snlly. Sally, "1 du believe," whispered "that you love her, too." "I do believe," the wise man soberly answered, "that I do." et you two "And 1'vo GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Sally's tone wns tragic Pills, I In n few days the Stephen L. Walker et al "without n word VS. wholo.ocenn will be between you and Evalina McMlllion, ct nl. Defts. you may never come together again." Pursuant to a Judgment rendered The man laughed huskily. at the August Term, 1010, the under"My case Is more hopeless than that signed Commissioner will sell at pubof the gloomy one," be said. "I have lic auction before the Court House not even presumed to pay court. It Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 seemed presumptuous, n happiness so o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on utterly removed from ray hope th MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1010, gracious charm of her these success- the real estate mentioned in the ful men of the world already In the pleadings nnd described ns follows: ring" His voice broko off ns though In Garrard County, Kentucky, nnd bounded ns follows: he had been thinking aloud. 1st. Tract. Beginning at a" stone, "You are the only kind of mnn that "Cicely will ever care for," Sally In- near a branch, dower corner; thence falling into said branch and down sisted. S 6 E 38 meanders with "I know her well, nnd here she same S 24 its E 28 poles to a sprjng poles conies." on said branch; thence continuing The elder sister smiled Indulgently down said branch S 50 E 14 poles to at the younger one. Casting nn arm a stake in said branch, corner to lot ; thence with n line of said nbout her shoulders, she vented herself No. uion the arm of her rocking chair. She lot S 46 W 01 poles to n buckeye smiled again, radiantly, as the mnn sprout on branch, corner to said lot; upon the steps below raised to hers Ids thence with line of lot No. 4 N 10',. W 6 poles to a stake in a hollow; serious eyes. thenco S 44 V 24 poles to a stake on "Sally tells me." ho said, "that you a branch below the mouth of n holnrc soon leaving?" low, on line of the whole trnct; thence "Knrly tomorrow morning." Cicely up saiil branch N 6 E 4 poles N 38 W 10 poles N 16 W 14 poles N 5 E replied. "I'm going to tell n story." Snlly 14 poles to n stake on said branch thence N 1 M E 77 poles to a white burst out, "and you bad both belter oak, to Jennings; thence E 41 listen., and not Interrupt. The mood is poles cornerstone, his corner and corto n on me. It's the slmplo story of n man, ner to Lot No. 1 ; thence same course very wise nnd very kind, with a henrt continued 15 poles to the beginning, so full of love nnd service for others containing 44 acres. thnt he'd never been able to find any 2nd. Tract: Beginning at Mrs. Susan Turners, corner, in n branch, for himself, thence n new line running diagonally "Tho conceited mnn knew this wise poles to a across n ridge S 70 W one, back In town, and he told me that corner to George Naylor, 53 a branch, on he'd given up n promising career In thenco up the branch with his line order to stay with Ids mother In her and in the branch to n stake N 54 to funny old houso In tho city. Ills moth-- ' E 20. poles; thence N 8.25 polci to er loved tho funny old houso mi thatj Hicks corner: thence with his line N sho couldn't bear to leave It. nnd the 00 E 23.50 poles o or near a bar mnn loved this Invalid mother so that' post on a hillside; thence S 44 W ho stayed with her there till she died. 24 pules to tho beginning, containing "When she wni gone, it seemed too 5 acres, less a road 15 feet wide from five late for the career, but ho came out said creek. acres down the branch to the to where the sen washed the shore, to Said land will be sold by tho acre. think It over. And love was there tu The purpose of tho sale is to divide llecauso be had uever-p!ao- the proceeds arising from 21 acres meet lilni. with love the man now loved1 among Evalino McMillion, Cecil very much. And the girl was worth all Walker nnd J. T. Walker, and to l tho truest lovo that any mnn could, vide the remainder of the proceeds give, so this was the sad part, you see, from the sale of said land among that ho must let her go from him with- the Joint owners thereof, TEUSIS, out speuklng Ida love, because they , The sale will be made on a credit bad known each other but u week I "Dearest" Sally turned suddenly of six and twelve months and the to her sister 'Mon't jou think that It purchaser will be required to execute would be better to end my story with bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six ami twelve tho telling of his love, so that this dear months respectively, and bearing srx wise man might know before tho ocean per cent interest from date until carries hla love nvvay, of ids hope at paid, having the force and effect of a last of her coming back to him?" judgment upon which execution may The man was upon bis feet, nil Issue, payable to W. II, Brown, MasCicely answered ter Commissioner of the Garrard Cirhands outstretched. cuit Court, and a lien will be reservsoftly spoke as from a dream. the property "If It would make blm happier to ed upon money Is paid. sold until the know," she said. Then Sally slipped purchase W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C way. R. JI. Tomlinson, Atty for IMITs. Wssttra (Cuprrlf hi a. cat. m STORMES DRUG STORE. j CARDS.l 4MMMMM W. A. WHEELER DENTIST ua.j Local and General Anesthetics Pain Reduced to the Administered. methods minimum. Most modern employed. All work guaranteed. Office over Stormes' Drug Store. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 229. i't J.J. Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrsrd Bank Phone. Office 5. Residence 376. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Ofllre Over National Hank, Residence Phone 3. Oilice Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. M. J. PATRICK. Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call. COMMISSIONER'S SALEOF LAND. Amvered Night. , Promptly Phone 317. Dy or .ANCASil-R- r.rNTUCKV. - Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. GIVE ME A TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. N. L PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 Bulneu,Phonograpay TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY BUSINESS COLUaE hM rwriof ffiprlnr la mircMtiW tit 1'mMsM.t ImftnrM, lio u yr Murtioit KV tsJ bttikiog "LnUr iwsw, roanc mm tml wimi lor nrrML UtaMmLUl'U K. fcHITII,Llrlo, u. Hazelwood Sanatorium ait. Tuberculoid Maintained ly the LouUvllia Ascot btloii far the adomate trcata'c it if Ulcv-culoiIn all 111 (taxs Lt lit lieu Kates I15.C0 r For th Treatment of wcfl:, in- cluding board, nedU.l attention, laundry, etat Ill-- h CMunJ l)ili;lit-fu- surround Ibutil M tatei for li.tuu.1 11 poulbl. t44 A iMnntuw Hitklin H Out'. tttm Inj. f pcc!J l Uxd Bf7, Nispr Ul) 5 The Central Record, Lancastei, Ky.. Thursday Dec 18, 1919 THORNHILL WAGONS ONE-FOUR- TH WORLD'S IN CHINA WOMEN Start Seventy Per Cent Employees in Shanghai Cotton Mills Wom- en and Children Working Twelve Hour Shifts. of the women In the 2m,MW,0 of are Chine They ore going Into Industry In Inrte numliers to work Ions hourt unit for Utile money. In Shanghai, for Instance, seventy per cent, of the employers In the (iilion mills are women and children. Working hours for plnncr are fmm six In the morning until all at nljrht and from sli at night until alt In the morning. Weavers work from 6SW In the morning until seven at night and the wages are from ten to twenty eenli a day. Hundreds of women are employed In silk mature mills, standing hour after hour washing cocoons In haslns of hotline water In the ei- crush el j hot rooms necessary for apartments where fine silk Is spun. In Canton alone, there are lSO.fn) women In factories at a maximum wage of fort j cents a day for women and of fifteen cents a day for girls. As part of Its program of world sertlce for women the National Young Women's Oirlstlan Association Is expecting to put on Its staff of secretaries In China an expert on In dustrial conditions who will dctelop oclol work In factories, and work to Improve conditions for women employees. This work will Include the tntrodurttnn of recreation and social life anions the workers and of heallh lectures and educational classes world them. mm so -- 1920 Right - t- - On New Year's Day some folks swear off and some swear on. The swearers-of- f include the smokers and the chew-crthe swearers-o- n resolve to do such sensible things as going to church and s; 4 , ... ;, reading GENTLEMAN ! lEe COUNTRY dollar today. W7' Made In the Heart of the Hardwood Region Some say their location in the heart of the liar Ju oo J region is the reason why they can build car-prowagon. such a And this is partly true. For good, tough oak and hickory are things no man can make. Hut much is due to their modern labor-savin- g plant. Materials start at one end of the plant and come out a finished wagon at the other. Each man does but a single task, and he does that task to perfection. There's no better time to start a good habit than the first of a new year. That's why I'd like to get your name on the subscription list in time for you to start with the first issue of Janu- ary and that means send me your Is going Ninrt to be a great COUNTKY yer big Gentleman iuues, full of sound, practical, helpful farm articles; clean, entertaining fiction stories; powerful, pointed cartoons and illustrations; cover pic tures thst you'll want to save and frame. The the past trn years the automobile, DURING and lime spreader occupied the time of many wagon makers. Hut Thorn hill stuck to the wagon and to the farmer trade. Over rough mountain roads, through swamp, at logging camps, these wagons did duty daily. Thus the fame of the Thornhill spread, and the demand grew steadily greater. best wsy to get all of It Is to subscribe for a year 52 big Issues, each costing you less than the post, price of a two-ceate stamp. In a stntle you may find sua- Issue geitions that will make l. or save you hundred' pt. dollars I Start the Nevf Year right. Order, and Tough Highland Hickory Their plant is located !n the very shadow of mighty forests of mountain hickory. The ground is hard the climate severe. The wood has to fight for life. So it grows sturdy and strong-close-g- rained Order Y. W. C, A. STUDENTS TEACHING Physical Training in Through Af? Today A Clan of MasUr Builder But to the men are due many of the g Thorn-hi- ll and tough well nigh unbreakable. It has nearly twice the strength of hickory that grows in softer ground, which is usually brittle-bras- h. The white oak, growing under similar conditions, develops a similar toughness. The oak and hickory are dried outdoors under shelter and kept there from three to five years so piled that the air can circulate freely. The cap dries in it. Years features. ago they attracted to their plant the masters of wagon building. They asked these men for improvements, and the men who made them receded their just reward. Together they worked out more improvements than had ever been made in the twenty years that went before. Let us show you a Thornhill and demonstrate the value of Thornhill construction. como IN CHINA School Main- PAUL, MORROW, TssCsssfyCihtli mas Hi-tin LANCASTp TsiSstsrJsv Evs",,L'i TasUsWHtaWMrail tained Shanghai. ni U, f ' ssaaaaaasssssssssssssssSBBsaaaasssaaaaaasassaaaaassBaaaaaaaasBaBasssssBss)sasr. W. J. ROMANS. LANCASTER, KENfUCKY. J Pol Auction 1-- GOOD DWELLING HOUSE, WITH 1 2 ACRES OF LAND, IN BRYANTSVILLE, RIGHT ON MAIN STREET, AND THE DAY IS The vast majority of Chinese men remember their mothers as cripples. Many a girl wanders Into a mission Mil school who has not had her own feet hound, but has never seen a woman of her own class who could walk, and. therefore, she walks In a most ungainscarcely conscious of her ly fashion natural feet. The Chinese Medical Association sn Association composed only of Chinese physicians mostly graduates from American and English Institutions-ha- ve asked the entire educated commuIn nity of the country to better health for the children of China. All the Mission Hoards operating In China felt that one of the greatest the Young Women's contributions Christian Association could offer lo the health of China would be to establish a normal school for the training of physical directors. Accordingly, In Shanghai, which Is the greatest port In China, the national committee established such a school In 1014. The school has won favor with all educationists, both missionary and government. There have already been nine graduates from this school. Miss Ylng Mel Chun, a graduate of the Wcllesley School of Physical Education, has been dean of the school. Graduates of the school are scattered from Canton to Peking, teaching with conspicuous success In twelve mission and government schools. JAPANESE DOCTOR v ", 10 Per Cen on all Reducti oil1 " I AUTOMOBILE CASINGS One week only, beginning SATl 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. IS V. W. C. A. OFFICIAL. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Ft nt lick, I trlul j. OHIO BLUE GRASS' FARMS. - WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24th, Dr. Tomo Inouye of Tokyo, Japan, treasurer of tho Nutlonal Committee of the Young Women's Christian Association la Japan. Dr. Inouje has been BBBSSV7gSjlSM3 AT 1:30 O'CLOCK, P.M. THE PROPERTY OF J. W. FARLEY, DECEASED. BBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBl Two Story Frame Dwelling with Six Rooms, two large halls, two wardrobes, Pantry and Front and Back Porch, all necessary outbuildings, . tfljv tsBSVBSBTBBBBBBBS Good cistern at door. Bryantsville is a thriving village with Graded School, Church, Bank, and two large mercantile establishments, Garage, Barber Shop, and everything that goes to make up a good little town to live in. No vacant houses in Bryantsville and no more for sale. Remember this is very desirable property and it is up for the high Dr. Tomo Inouys dollar, and will be sold, so be on hand and bid on this property and try to dslsgats to ths of Tokyo, Japan, a International of Women Physicians Conference buy it. A, callsd by ths Y. W. C. the public Interested Will at same time sell some household furniture, also one No. 1 particularly recreational Inplans of her health and some time and Is ' city for for girls In the public medical good Broom Tieing Machine. schools Inspector 'BBBBBBBBBBBBBSSsW BBBBBBBBS'4 C. W. Parley, Admr. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer, Lancaster, Kentucky. of Tokyo, as also In several private schools lo the city. There are ap- Vroilirnlely COO women physicians In Japan now, she says, and 400 women medical students. Dr. Inouye was ths only delegate from Japan to the x. W, C A. International Conference of Women Physicians, In aeaslon during Sep. Umber and October. LOOK HERE, MR. FARMER, We specialize In OHIO BLUE CRASS How well you know your own soil nnd what It will do for you. FARMS. WE HAVE THE SAME KIND OF SOIL, will produce the same kind of crops. We have the market, good pikes, schools and churches. The only difference you will note Is in the price. Being a native of Jessamine county Kentucky, my partner n native of llracken county, Kentucky, we are In a position to know what will suit a Kentucky buyer. When you come to Ohio to look for farms make the Kentucky office your home. You are under no obligations to buy come and let us show you REAL'BLUE CRASS FARMS, PRICED RIGHT. If you do not buy we will at least have good time while you are here. I7S acrca real sugar tree and walnut land, 150 acres bottom land, wheat averaged 40 bushels per ucre, corn 18 barrels, plenty of white burley land, 10 room modern house, finished In walnut, tenant house of six rooms, 2 largo tobacco barns will house 35,000 pounds tobacco, barn for 40 head of cattle. This farm Is well fenced, plenty water. IDEAL' LOCATION AND A MONEY MAKKIt, $30,000. 102 acres of level to gently rolling land on good pike one halt mile of traction and good town, 9 room good house, 2 barns, plenty of farm buildings, 4 acre apple orchard, 15 acres weeds, 20 acres blue stem, $13,000. 100 acres, house of 7 rooms, also tenant house, 2 barns and other out buildings, land level and rolling, 35 acres good tobacco land, 25 acres meadow, 20 acres blue grass, one half mile of traction, close to school! store, and church, $15,000. 150 acres level, rolling, and some hill land, on good road, close to traction, convenient to school, store, and church, 8 room house, large barn, 70 acres blue grass, 89 itcris bottom land, plenty of fruit, A GOOD STOCK, DAIRY, GRAIN, AN,D TOBACCO FARM $9,000. Qet Our New Farm List. PARR & WOODRUFF, 321 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohjo. , ( -- ML .( The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 18. 1919 if Tr . .i........................ Why not make Wife, Mother, Sister or Sweetheart happy with a gift from THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO, the Style Store for Ladies. MAKE : x HER HAPPY t riasnK: i uet Her Something Sensible, Something Useful or Something to Wear. You can not please her better because every one appreciates something useful or something to wear above every thing else. A.! THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE t COMPANY. and wish We want to thank the public for their patronage during the past year and earnestly solicit a continuance of same, Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year. all a COME IN AND SEE US E ft v.ssssssV I Misses I'earl Dickcrson and Hilly iin.iiiauii-iviui.ca- ir. m.--i vs. Shellfish. Sanders are ut home from lr n human .icli.g i..v.sed strength Although they were married in College, In Nashville, Classified Column Tenn., In order to dispose of Rome We are at same old stand. crcnt '" nroirtlon to na spcml the Christmas holidays Danville cn July 25th, announce- jn" thp ."!"'".fl'h, .1'"'., man 10 15 20 25c Sate, all use- - and will ments have just been issued telling of 1'1"' 0 will shortly open a 5 with their parents. .i u,- - iiim its llllll the union of Miss Gertrude Wilkin- weight of 2,o;.1,000 (in nit.- by pulling RATES i A .Manure Spreader, Pair klea, also other Bargains. pound" Charles F. Isom und Miss Lil- son and Mr. Dwcy Mctcalf. Mr Rev. In the ame "grep in n limpet. And ' Single insertions lc a word If you lian Burke, of Camp Nelson, were W. II. Smith, pastor of the Danville If tho man pulled In the snm degree pales, 2 second hand Cook stoves cheap. No ad taken for less than 20c rirtmond Ring, Pearl Necklace or wrist vatch, we can married at the llaptist parsonage Christian church, performed the cer- n tlin mrL-1.-. 1m tvnttlrl viittlnln n Saturday afternoon with only a few emony, anil when he did so he said weight nf mi low ftmn finmnivi in this column. No ads in this We have Oliver Hiding and Wnlkling personal friends present. loncy. that it was the first time he had ever pounds. column charged. M. 1. nnd c and Smoothing Harrows, Cultivators, married a couple where the bride had Life. Seven insertions for the Miss Margaret Morrow who teach- issued the license. A: that time Miss Llf. :s beautiful, nnd It should bo es in the D. and D. school at Colum- Wilkinson was a deputy price of five. under CounIn beauty. It ha. nnd must have bus, Ohio, is expected this week to Phone orders must be paid ty Clerk Kelly J. Francis. The ob- lt to he furc, but there Is GO". spend the holidays with her parents, promptly. g ject in keeping the marriage a secret a bni!fy In Hie shadow us well as In Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Morrow. was a desire on the part of the Hie g" it nnd glimmer of the sun. Deal House. The there nre sorrows that nre Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cook and fam- groom to get some business affairs good for n, l.ocnui' they clear our ily left this week for Danville where straightened up and secondly that hearts of You save the difference at the and teach us to Mrs'lerbcrt Kills and baby of they will reside in the future. Lan- they might enjoy the pleasure of sympathize with our fellow human "Economy Store." tf. North Carolina, Is visiting her par caster friends regret the departure breaking the news to their friends (Irlef has made many n heart Room for rent furnished or unand relatives later. They succeeded gentle that wns not fo 'cfore. ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. of this most excellent family. well in keeping the secret for it was Phone 85. furnished. George McRobcrts no( until some two weeks ago that a Mr. and Mrs. Fresh Milk Cow Wanted. Margaret, of seul knew of the wedding. This is Miss Marguret Frost, our Com- nnd daughter, Betsy COMMISSIONER'S M. G. Tillctt. Pd. munity nurse, v. ill spend the holidays Covington, are guests of Mr. and proof conclusive that there is nt least CwoIrji Mi l AlftM Will" with Mis Susettc Johnson at Mt. Mrs. Joe Burnside and will remain one woman who can keep a secret. SALE OF LAND. FOR SALE: Some nice Rhode lylMM W An iMcruica in. ' The bride is tl.e eldest daughter of until nftcr the Christmas holidays. Sterling. Island Red Cockerels. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson of this Miss Charlotte Azbill of Richmond t. Mrs. Woods Walker. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mrs. Frank Wnrd nnd daughter, city, and is an exceedingly fine young and Mr. Floyd Snyder of Garrard Plaintiff, Mr. WTfciCeik has rUirned from Miss Iluna, of London, were the county, announce their marriage at woman. She is a handsome bru- Bee Tcndlcton, Two 50 gallon lard FOR SALE: VS. guests last week of Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. Mr. bu4ntt tap ( Duili Ga. the home of Rev. D. H. Mattlngly of nette nnd very popular. Deft. kettles. See Miss Fannie West or F. Moore. is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Henrietta Pendleton, Richmond, who performed the cerePursuant to a judgment rendered Jack Hiatt. es hat icturn-eMetcalf, also of this city, but nt presnt the November Term, 1910, the Mrs, Mary Jones and daughter, mony. from 'VWt Ia Stanford. House, Shop, Tools, FOR RENT: ent is engaged in business at Paint undersigned Commissioner will sell Miu Ethel Mac, left this week for J ". Miss Kntic Rarnes Dickcrson, who Lick. He is n promising young busi- at public auction before the Court Garden. W. S. Bowling, Apply Ander-to- n Decatur, Illinois, to mnke their fuMle (AVfer nnd Patsy Bourne, Ky. is attending school nt Hollins, Vn., ness man with a host of friends. House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, It. hav fctwPMd from LouIfviIIc, ture home. to spend the This paper wishss the happy pair all at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, will nrrive on FOR SALE: Three straw MatMr. Howard Askins of King City, holidays with her parents, Mr. and the good things that can come to Mr. R. L. Walker remains quite 22. 1910, tings, one new one; one square piano, on Mnplo them nnd hopes that their journty MONDAY, DECEMBER at the hem of,nl sister, Mm. W O. Mo., is here for n few days visit to Mrs. W. A. Dickcrson, through life will be more and more It being the first dny of the Garrard clocks nnd many other things. his mother, Mrs. Alice Askins, nt Avenue. County Court Term, the real estute Miss Jennie Lackey. pleasant and profitable as the years mentioned in the pleadings and deslluena Vista. Mrs. W. II. Moss entertained at an Mn. Elizabeth Hughe Is v.'siting come and go. Interior Journal. cribed as follows: FOR SALE: Three Registered Mr. ICohert F.. Henry, who has been elegant dinner. Friday at her home In Garrard County, Kentucky, on her daughter, Mrs. J. W, Acey, In visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. on Lexington avenue, in honor of the waters of Sugar Creek, und poland china boars, weigh about 75 Stanford. Menace to Locusts. Beginning at a pounds. eight Idh Tlnsley. About G. C. Walker. Solon Henry, has returned to Col- Mrs. Locusts In Algeria huve found a bounded as follows: Miss Joan Mount hai returned umbus Mississippi. guests were present and the affair dangerous enemy In n lly which fol- stake near a small drain, corner to 6C t. acres sold to Ike Naylor, and the from a months visit to I.agrangc and proved n delightful one. lows them and lays Its eggs where the; 73.12 acres sold to Robert Speaks; Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Howling Large room over FOR RENT: ether cities. lay theirs. thence with Nayior N 73 E 7 chains Green, arrived last Saturday nnd will U. Milby, who Mr. and Mrs. A. to n stake in drain, N 87 E down said Poolroom, good light, back Gaines' Miss Jeanle Lackey has ttkin spend the holidays with her parents, have been residing in Springfield, 0., Well, Whyt drain 5.53 chains to a stake on the office. Apply to F. G. Hurt, rooms at Mrs. Ida Tlnsley's on Stan-for- Mr. and Mrs. J. It. .Mount. Why Is It that the iiinn who has bis South side of and near a pool, N 78 ll-where Mr. Milby has a good position, Crab Orchard, Ky. street picture taken standing hepide n nse E 2.41 chains to a point 4Vi feet will arrive Saturday to spend the Mr. Williams, Miss Itcbcccu Wil of Mowers set on a table covered with South of a young black walnut N STRAYED from my place, about Measra John M. Farra and Saufley liams, Mr. I'cnn Williams and chil- holidays with her parents, Mr. and a larc dolly Is nlwaja the 87?i E 2 chains to a point in a drain. limn who 'Hughes made a business trip to dren moved this week to the old Cur-re- Mrs. J. W. Reynolds on Crab Orchard Is reported to the police and the news- N 80 i E 287 chains to a white wal Dec. Cth, a black Poland China sow, the South bank of drain, S street. Louisville last Saturday. papers by his wife us nmoug those nutU on 77 chains to a point in drain, weight about 175 pounds. Reward, homo on Hascldcn Heights. E 86 W. M. Mahan, Lancaster, Ky. missing opposite n black walnut on South Misses Christine Sanders, Carrie Dr. W. A. Wheeler, left yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Greer, of Roanoke, bunk S 77 E 3 chains to a stake on ifuT'LoalsvjlJs-atid'Muncle- , Iiclle Romans, Wilma Henry, Ruth Jnd., for Virginia, have taken rooms with Mr. FOR SALE: About 250 bushels the North bank N 834 E 2.33 chains Stork Welcomed In Holland. Owsley, Bcrnice a few dns business trip. to a point in drain 88 U E passing n of fino blue grass seed, guaranteed A Murk is treated with great repect and Mrs. Sam Cotton on Lexington Carrier, Mary Champ,. and Mary Davis are at home In Holland The hou"e selected hy tho black walnut st 4.78 chains in all to germinate. ?2,25 bushel, per Mr., Oscar Doner, of Louisville, is avenue, during tho tobacco season. from Colleges in Lexington, to spend xtork for n resting place Is considered 5,25 chains to a stake 2 or 3 feet besacks to be returned. te guest of her daughter, Mri.A. D. Kinnnrd, of Paint Lick the Christmas holidays (oltunntc, nnd Rpcel.il facilities nre yond a buckeye sapling on a drain. with their Milfccttlc W. M. Cornett, at Marksbury prntlded by the householders to en- said stake in line to James Stone: Joseph, on Maple avenue. ami .Mr. Dewey Klchardson, of ail parents here. thence down said drain with said Grnnary, Lancaster, Ky. tf. able It tn hulld a neM comfortably. At Stone vcr Creek, were married in Rich SCW 1.51 chains to n large Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs and Mr. und Mrs. R. Zimmer returned Tho Hague many of t!iee hlrds are buckeye nt forks of drain: thence wuntlng New Singer SewAny one . daughter, Misa Elizabeth, have been mond, Itev. W. S. Taylor performing down the main branch S 44 E 82 ing Machine, should see us at once, j to Lancaster last week from Michi- maintained nt public the ceremony. visiting relatives In Danville. chains S 00 E 8.51 chains S 85 E gan, where they have been the guests 4.50 chains to u stake at abutment on Piano nnd Organ tuning clone, by Keep Out the Moisture. Mrs. J. C. Langlcy, Mr. David of relatives. We nro glad to noto Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Wood of l'aint Call South bank of branch nt n water Oaks and Ware. A very cflWtlvo ngent for moisture. gate, corner to Hardwick SIR 3C0 A. T. Scott and Son, L&ncastef, Ky. Lick, ere receiving congratulations Langley, Miss Stella Langley, Master that Mr. and Mrs. Zimmer will ImJ. C. laingley, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh mediately occupy the Kinnaird resi- proofing wk hnR been found In an chains to a hackberry S 70 E 3 on the Arrival of a fine boy, Sunday.; aluminum Mobley nnd littlu son, Clarence dence on Danville avenue and ex- practically leaf coating. Thl coaling chains to middle of Sugar Creek, corlniailnfe the wood nealnst to meanWANTED: District Manager for Miu Helen Robinson left this Cabell, who huvc had rooms ut Mrs. pect to make this their permanent ny change In atinotplierl" conditions, ner of Hardwick; thence with W 10 said creek S 27H ders Good propMeek for Columbui Miss,, where II. A. 11. Marksbury's on Danville home. and Is luirtlmlnrly valuable for uo chains to a stake on the West bank Lancaster and vicinity. Previous experience unhas accepted a splendid position In a Street, moved Monday to their home where accurate form nnd balance must of said Creek nt the mouth of a osition. The Woman's Club met Thursday be maintained, ns would he necew-urliranch: thence un sa d branch with necessary. Free School of Instruct on Hasclden Heights. bank. W. M. Clark S 88H W 13 chains to tion. Address Massachusetts afternoon ut their rooms on Lexing- In nn airplane propeller. Bond' a stake within 1 foot of the South ton avenue. There was n full atside of South ubutinent nt n water .ng and Insurance Company, Accicurs and rtatbe-- s. tendance and after the business meetdent und Health Department, Sagl-irgate, a corner to Cla'k nnd to the dnmi of history tn Michigan. tlwm.. Capital $1,500,000. ii ing a social hour wns thoroughly en- fun uhri featliii-- haveii'iiii-.i- jwil to Mart KOIit nf nnluff KnLa. w ... M .nm with linn imn jj m.-2- t. isa. joyed. The hostesses wero Mrs. J. S. satlffy oi!r tune nix! ne. for cloth- - chains to the beginning, containing Gilbert und Mrs. W. M. Klliott. Mrs lug and rtlornmeiu. Our mot prlnil 118.0 ncres. Also nil the right nnd Gilbert resigned us president and me ancestors wwv ronnnlMeui-- In privilege and with the same reservaSale. Mrs. J. K. Stormes was elected to till the plumage of hlnlw and the pelts nf tion to a pnsswny as set forth in said Range,' Coal Oil stove, fireless her place, und Mrs. W. 11. Burton, as Innlmnls nnd iidmlred them for their deeil from Lee to Hicks. The purpose of the sale herein is c.aker, kitchen cabinet, refrigerator, Ipoislblllfles In furnishing hl!iiilf and vice president. I I1M I R. MOUNT & Som.-tliii.- p About Kava-nx'ug- ll-3- Met-ca- lf d 11 nry. ll-2- d lt-p- d eiix-nso- . XMAS Suggestions See our line before you buy. I For I I IsssVsM' 0 Jewelry, Fountain Fens, Silk Hosiery, Mens CifM, Ladles Scarfs, Underwear, Sweaters, Handkerchiefs. Ties. Aluminum and Silver Ware, Etc. FANCY FRUITS, NUTS, GRAPES, CANDIES. ), 0 Ills fiimlly with raiment und so do we. uad adorn-tnen- t. joint owners ther;of. to divide tho proceeds among the dining First Mirror Was Water. I I Slider's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. were probably Indented r "c't l.il-tlmn the comb, but the r nor, tho one toilet article without i b.i'x unman could lint exist, must Per- -' He-- from n very early period. a clear pool allowed itirlom worn" i n first view of her fact1, though we tnn rny Hint she Is not the only vnln trei.luro tn exist, for n certain gentleman named Nnrclxu piwl ut his lu the still water, ami gazing fell so In love with hi beauty tint he pined away and died. Drm-he- s is The Stx of an Egg. According to the Paris Academy of Science the sex of eggs laid by pure-- I rd fowls may be determined by weight and slse. A test Is to hold the egg In the left hand In tho sun or cloe tn an electric or pis light. Hhude tho end of the egg with the right I d, and look for the nlr space or 'Vetting" (a dark, watery unit larger than n ten-cepiece); If this Is found em tho top It Is a male, hut If lower donn the side It Is a female egg. TERMS. Tho rale will be inndn on n ere, III of six and twelve' months, and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six and twelvo months respectively, and bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and of a judgment upon which .may issue, payable to W. II. Brown,- Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. R. H, Tomlinson, Attorney for Plffi. tublc, 3 chairs, wnth-stantabic, 2 mirrors, old Trusty Incubator nnd Brooder, 100 to 120 4'gg size, Axminister drugget 8x10, Crcx drugget 8x10, Crex drugget 0vl2. Henry Moore, l --'t. Danville street. intsr Our Doundcn Duty. Jinn's hounden duty l everywhere, nnd In all things to forward the prog, reos of humanity. The supreme virtue' Is sacrifice to think, work, fisht. suf. fcr. where our lot Her. 'not for ourselves but olhera. for tho victory ot good over evil. Mnrzinl. 1 ttww. jBiS'.t Wt' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 18. 1919 : r : rr .a. TrHBMIHMi W!m GAKRAIW HiDAC'tO' WARCHOtoC "1 'V ' AtXI.B'&1lliXi;.AV':H'TKCfiX 1v,V;iXKKUS,KNtlXVII,liU,nV Garrard Tobacco WafTfth on until; si J This House will have no more sales after FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19th, The House will be open to receive Tobacco every week day, except CHRISTMAS E during the HOLIDAY SEASON. Bring Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sell Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Company L. i IHCO G. Davidson, President. Analogous. Spendlns a dollar before It Is earned eating today the i'SK Uut Is to Is like be laid tomorrow. W. R. McCray, Manager. rr--.- s)f 350 John R. Scptt, Auctioneer. ..: -, ' rj ffcfcv .7. nearly Make Bells. The science of bell casting has been practiced In one Ungllsu foundry for Prof. Ben Evans Writes Interesting Letter. jeurs. To puttt.ii will. .;ero-sen- e oil ami place It lnlil the ilocl: case. I'robahly nt the end of a week the cotton will lie black with dust that lma been loosened by the fumes of the oil and the clock will run as well as ever. -- to cloyjed wheels. n piece of units The stopping Z'n: j 3Pi. if , . , in- - rfne atu-rat- e i.ilk Im the oen .I'.iV id sion'. It ? IS Ml Id n r.mjlt of Ira- ' . prove . '.'he skin may be Improti ", in : ir und texture, If It Is, , :.' p vlih ths exercise, prop. . . Tib- - lljiire "tuny be grcn. prmotl. These blessings, wii roubied nerves nl- -: H' rcr' """I to make any Wr.' ' tin advocate of Ttir . nlr, fii.- - W!h. '.: i !! - Cnrtenvlllc, Ky.. Dec. 15. 1019. ' Hamilton Valley is In the grip of Table Pleaiurea Not for Them. Tea, with fruit In summer and. "Old Crimp" today and yesterday. rheese In winter, constitutes the nonr. I'eople arc Hoc Wild nbout their at Lancaster Ishment of the poorer classes In Per- - high priced tobacco Warehouse, and the Rural School has sla. j to stop on account of the Inclement FUli Live In Vi. i. weather, swollen streams and im- Durins sevcrrl months of each year passable thoroughfares. Your scribe Fomc 01 xue great rivers ot siueria are suspects the children are handy frozi n' solid to the bottom, buf the stripping tobacco these booming days fishes Imprisoned In the Ice mnlntnln their vitality and rt'runie their active for the "Pumpkin Pushers", "Pin life when the lco melts in the rprlng. Hookers" or tobacco speculators are very much in evidence in Hamilton or Treasure Valley now, but are not Listening In. A western man after eleven years of buying much as of days of yore. The flocks are becoming as wiso experiments has Imrntqd a device that enables a user of a party tele- as their Guides. phone line to Identify nny other subPeltry Speculators are also in scriber who may be listening to his evidence buying the rcliool boys furs I 0 Gifts For Hi tit. We are. well prepared to supply I you with sensible M" Christmas Gift Articles or it A ' Hi of the Better Sort. $2.00 Silk Hosiery, Belts. Neckwear, Golf Caps, Cuff Links, Vest Chains, $2.50 Night Shirts, Gloves, Dress Shirts, Neckwear, Reefers, Silk Hosiery, Canes, $3.00 One Dozen Collars, Dress Gloves, Neckwear, House Slippers, LIST OF GIFT --ARTICLES. 50c. Handkerchiefs, this ; . . cauicd by n lyitem. You need in iron tonic to rebuild tiiiue quickly to tend rich, red blood courting thru your body to uppiy ue eieroenu inai nave become exhauited. That tired, worn-o- frtliitr ti Acid ! Iron Mineral n Get a bottle from your drug-ei- it today, uke ai directed, and in a few day, you will notice an improvement In your health. frtln4 HUM tlH imm u um prctcribtd by physicians In all cases where a tonic ii indicated, because it ii the moit nowerful natural iron tonic known. Aria In Blunt U Imvtt tr win u4 hm M M Jart u II cum lra r Mnl wlicimi bu4fM.u U M.wu,,l U ulr Imii 4cpMll lb. cMtr wiU -- 4ll MtabtCMl.M4 Uwith ckmktlJr ruMCir.tr U1 a IU tlKM UJuf. rowwmti cwwiicAi. corp. VtrglnU Kb tmtkt, For Sale by all Drutiut cheap and selling high. Hog Killing Is over and white MoGot Him Guessing. lasses or Lard is plentiful, but no "I'Cot my troubles," replied the new fish to fry. wnlter, "VVhen men have a friendly Your Scribe Is long on Opossum scrap about paying the check 1 can spot the right man to band It to every and Coon meat since Hog Killing. time. Dut with women I makn nil He has been up hero so long that he kind of fool mistakes." Louisville feels that Is short on the "wing of an Courier-Journa- l. ox". Uncle Sam has appointed Old lien j'Kvnns a Census Enumerator for part Dolls Long Popular, '"'here Is nmple evidence iht the of Paint Lick, so his school Is closed t: it dolls ns an afslMnnce t tho (or a whilo. tlnns of the younp niluil Jatea The Government wants to know the mot remote times. Ainmne every ten years where It is "at", so t1. .live tribes of Africa It va tt some has to take an inventory of mnritetl vmikh Ia im il' ith tbem until tliy bnil a ehllil. t?opulation and products so "Uncle ISam" wants to make n big nnd fnst in tin doll wtoS'dltcaide.l. drive commencing Frldny Januiiiy ' "Writ SarkMtle." tba 2nd, A. D. 1920, and every one nnswir to n nyrslnn n tfc who helps Oia enumerators in thc.r icr It Is Vafo to allow n hnbv work will be rendering Patriotic ser1 hiKihn U' slep toMlur vice to their country. At : nt of tit Bio.4iB IkI From Oldjlen Evans, .I'I of that v It mi will." of tjr-.il- l ijjrtlt 0 tiilrrolics. u: . 'kiJ , Agreed. tnfet the ilof wftji sowr-.tritr"WV Mnnt innro honest men In polin't very $of for tli,W. A dJ 11 with t tics," xclulird .ne reformer "That's lmv rlKht." asricd the pmctlcal politician; of sheets every nltfht." "The more honest men we have In politic thu lean politics will cost." kfeat Curate Cravcl. I biireuu of s'tundards ' a . tle etintrctu In truide . parllejulurly s n tomlfncy for tbc t .n im rv me heut, widely clali. thy itnr"tte onrlTir NVNiy BACK conversation. Garters, Neckwear, Suspender, Lisle Hosiery, Cuff Links, Tie Clasps, Soft Collar Pins, $1.00 Belts, Suspenders, Silk Hosiery Neckwear, Night Shirts, Cuff Links, Handkerchiefs, $1.50. Silk Reefers, Silk Hosiery, Cuff Links, Suspenders, Initial Belts. Initial Handkerchiefs, Night Shirts, Pajamas, $5.90 Silk Pajamas, D.e.s.OhlrU, I;lnnnel Shirts, , ' Fur Caps, Wool Lined GleyVt.' fttuiiiers, Gold Knife, Bath Robes, Soft Hats,, $6.00 Derby Hats, Soft Hats, ' Fur Caps, Dress Shirts, rkimcl Shirts. Smoking; A.-to IT V J . J ' f 'of o 0 ft tl' Fajamat, nirot" !! Cuff Links, $4.00 Neckwear, Reefers, I'ur Cans.. Jacke;,. Gloves, S10. to $10. III X' O VJ? ' IS I W . 3 m Felt Hats, , tv. y 1 .t)mn Caps, Cloves, urcts shirts, AT MORE Shirts, Bath Robes, Trcvelinsr Bags, Suit Cases. wit' OTHER ARTICLES MONEY. ftv CiaobarlaatJ City, Ky., Grocery Wh..l.ai. JuactioB Diatrlbutura. , If lMtiaafitttlt- ve concrete- may km prsjp"- xtrcwe lieat by coatls; It .tt:. 'h of (iinent, held. 11 place bv u JoAth. 'I'lnsir may nlso Svi iiti asbttos a the prii.i.iUii j. t.xst - ifiu4eil4lnt er posIble. grsvtl lie He!r' I I X lij li'S'tjJJ Jf P A 'l"rRiowni.llch.lc Ulcin. iWuui.Kd bn.uM otUt f..ld Hunr.S!,, ' . ' v. nvmuNi M awl b 'lU DuTl PARKS and HEfsJDRES BP v tak TODAY, ntce 18, The Store to Shop for the Men Who Cherishes Quality. DnHylU -- t . J STARMES DRUG STORE. vt- - v 1 s The Central Records Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 18. 1919 ... 11 li do Your Xmas Shopping at Welchs HOSE Who HAVE BEEN DOING THEIR XMAS SHOPPING AT WELCH'S HAVE FOUND AFTER THEY WERE HA l I HfcY-WAMORE CHANGE LEFT THAN WAS EXPECTED. OUR LARGE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE US TO MAKE OUR PR ICRS LOWER THAN WE COULD IF WE SOLD ONLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF MER- ISE. D Mbinet or mother Christ mat vill if the doc at HOOSIER Bring your Children. to our store and iet?t,eln see the many toy we have c, Ji,. piny- Victrolas & Columbia. good music. With on of our machines Ions' evenings can be made ' short and dull hours made bright. Come in and let us play some of the nw record and show you the machine we have for sale. READY-TO-WEA- R. Ranges. ar propriate for the home Nothing could be more ap- than Let our Ready-to-We- De- partment furnish your Xmas needs. BLOUSES COATS, SUITS SKIRTS, SWEATERS, GLOVES HOSIERY NECKWEAR HAND BAGS. MEN! We are now offering some he&v wercoais at attractive prices ror vour Christmas trade. Be sure and Make your selections early so as to get thf ben efit of first choice. Sec our line of Suits before placing your order elsewhere as we are sure we please you with style, material, can workmanship and last but not least PRICE. Welch's Men's Department. DOLLS, DOLL DUGGIES, BEDS, SLEDS, WAGONS, DRUMS, ember snves Xmas Inst for many year if a HOOSIER. itcpi and the Hooiier HORNS, DISHES, TRICYCLES, ROCKING HORSES. Visit our furniture Department and see the many useful things we have for the home. RUGS, BED ROOM FURNITURE, A new' MAJESTIC or FAVORITE RANGE is a fine Xmas present. Why use an old worn out Range when you can have a new one. An old cooking stove wastes time, wastes coal and wastes food. Don't you think it would be wise to cut out these wastes and lower your living expenses. V lccp Warm. Iff a COLES HOT BLAST We have them for ed. ER. DISHES, CEDAR CHESTS, CHAIRS, TEA WAGONS, ELCffS DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. Powell Dailey Saturday night and Sunday night. Miss Jessie B. Ray spent Wednesday night with Miss Zula Calico at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Davis at Buckeye. f 0 m City SALE Property. YOUR HORSES AND CATTLE GET "burnt out" on dry feed. It seems to you they will not hold up this month. It doesn't matter how much I). A. TIIOM-Ayou feed Indigestion. STOCK REMEDY will correct these troubles, causing your stock to get all the food value out of the grain and keeping them in the pink of condition. For sale by W. A. Dickerson, Lancaster. adv, POOR RIDGE. KY. Master James It. Price and little sister Hattie B., were visitors of Master Cyphus Davis and Miss Francis. Davis Monday night, Mrs. Andrew Stotts and Mrs. Mose Ray received the news last week of the illness of their sister, Mrs. Ever-ctt- c Warner of Madison county. Miss Iva Bert Dailey and Mr. Earl Dailey spent from Friday until Sunday with Miss Geneva Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Asbie Hendren of near Nicholasville. Stella B. Dailey, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey had the misfortune to get her hand mangled up last Tuesday, while returning from school. Her many little friends wish her a speedy recovery, Pot tUitl e'will sell at Public Auction on NDflY, DEC. 22nd. County Court Day, at 1:30 p. m. The following property on Buford street' or srWorks road, opposite the William Wher- lace and belonging now to Rosa Bamrn. lid property contains five lots, two good this vicinity the last Elijah and her parents, Ilr. and plenty of fruit, cisterns and all convenien ises, recently. WOLF TRAIL. Miss Sinnie Cummins has returned to her home at ML Vernon Ky. Mrs. Elijah McMillian spent Sun day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ray. Miss Carrie Preston spent Sunday night"and Monday with her aunt, Mrs. I. B. Duncan. Miss Mattic Beulah Cobb was the week end guest of her cousin, Miss Pearl Matthew. Mrs. Buford Crow of Jessamine spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Jim Clouse. Miss Carrie Preston was the attractive guest of her cousin Miss Christine Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Howard are rejoicing over o fine baby boy who arrived at their home Dec. 9th. Mr. Bill Whittnkcr has purchased two new Ford trucks and Is hauling tobacco for people in this commun ity. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Walker Biirdette and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Matthew. QUICK ELI IF RhMfMtl. W Mntbft, KNsdrh, Bkb l(i.Uh aa.1 all mIm. UnaftUi II it Kb f pal U My part of tkm bly iewr mtautca. rtn ta AT DRUGGISTS. IT MAECS mit PAIN SAIL ytpd DOURBOH REMEDY CO., LntaftM. Xr. HASELDEN BROS. HOG miiQniv one-four- th P SALE nun 97th 'iq r r We will sell on 1:30 P. M. ce improved lots. JrTerms made known on day of sale. Mrs. Powell Dailey has been ser iously ill again. Hog Killing has been in progress in two weeks. McMillian vis .Mr. Mrs. Mrs. John ited Ray Mrs. Mat Folger ohSomerset made a recent visit with her daughter, Mrs. At farm of Mrs. E. L. Frazee, mile from Lancaster, on Crab Orchard pike. Seven high grade Duroc sows to farrow in February and March; One splendid Duroc Boar, 80 odd shoats. Walter Fain. Little Mary Teater spent last week Mr. and Mrs. with her grand-parentAllen Teater. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley. Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley and little daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley Thursday night Mesdsmes John Dailey an J Wllbert Dailey were at the bed sidf of Mrs, Terms made known on day of sale. LUNSFOED ' & TAMME, Estate Dealers. Danville, Kentucky. Henry Lloyd. E. 6. Cheatham. MS-- r1 - ' SrV ,iii',A ,:,.!ir Mi Ami s; i .vAT&n -- urjUHX VMWiiiJr;jlwJpw BaiI iJLVJL mesa, ' smtlt a Id. . m mill .nil fV40jHii-W!- J t V2) .it Ait'MMi man. JWim "iHtsrx rrtDrjr, iwlnetr.S,Hli naqu txv. A. Usui 4J ,tin. Mnl rival MJL, kd hail. I I,. CROW 5IALS SOU) WIE. 1 - .1 mini' In CniiTt iilim lUvirt ItiaiHSl Hln? UhM'tAii onhln to fug Lt t