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The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1917.
THE BULK OF AN ESTATE Hr HELEN APIIPISON ()M Mr. Harlow ui a queer M , woman. fho linil propcrl) Milllcloiit to keep her hi ((imfuit, mill If sin- Ii.-t I any more) im (ne ixtcpt hcrm-lt awntv f It. fr idle IIU'il ler.i plainly Mip It it I nil)' ium. whinu hc treated Id . kiiiIi manner ii4 In I'i-I prepuie lilm tn work out fur hluiM-lf mi homini'ile en recr. Joint Hallow a, nut tulilUM 1 1 1.' was fnmsl tn wnil, fur c.ery Ml i (hkUi'I money lio Ns'M. V ii'ii John a -Ulilii-n )car uul he was offered itl"ii In u (lltaiit elty, iiiul It m inllcict iidil-ibli-liy his mother "nil hlmelf Unit he ulurtilil incept It. Mr, llurtow li.nl llviil ml loll K III her Initm- lh.it -In- pie ferrisl not t lean- It, 11 im t John unit nlMii tn III' I'"'"' Held "f Ulmr. lll.i motliiT. Mm: lonely iiflrr his (lepar lure, ndnptcl tin child r ii friend who died, .Mary C'IiiiiiiIktIIii, Un-Hf years olil. When Mary Ikh'iiiiic a unman he nlumed a run- Judgment, mid Mrs, H.ir tow consulted with lT niimtiiiilly In maklnc HI1 ler nilinl In matter nf Im imrtnmc. Tin' ulrl had tin- gift of (iiniiKMi ciine. wlihh plnb.ihly In as ran- ami as aluable ii cltt in can x heslomsl u i 1 1 liny one. While John Itartow was passing the period from eighteen to tui-ntli nuy from his mother .Mary CIuiiuUt 1 1 ii was pam-lug flni Inclir In twenty luiliise roiniilnn m It Ii lluit mother ' After Mnry had IH sl with Mix Itar tuw sonic Mi r m-icii yearn the old lsdy riiH puzzled In khon Ju-t lion to Ionic lit her death mine f.iui she jimM-M-cd, Tlic Income nus HtM.ut 'lf IH lent tn flic .Mnry u llrliic dlildcil It would not Julm was (loins "ill In business uixl illil not neisl it Itiu Jolm ii Mi lliirtnn'rt nmi Mm. uiiil xlu- ill. I not lllc to dcplhe 1 1 1 tit ut lie proper!.! at her (loath, es lally If mic left It to one In whom In; had no In Irro-t. She Mtkl imtlilin; 114 to Him to cither Julm or Mary, mill It Is qnes Unliable If cither llimulit lllmllt It I'lnall) .Mp. Ilardm felt III. Julm in I Imiiii' iiiiic nfli ii iliirlnir Iht In iio ami iricutly rvliritil, ilicn olillCiil to ili'imtt, to li-ntc Iht nnili-r tin' cure of Murj Clianilx'rllii. I111I111I ln wun itiiiHi'loiiH Hint If In- li.nl lavn able to li'inaln nllli liU inolliir In' iiitllil not lint iiiiixil I11T in Mrv .IM. TlioiuMi lie Imil n-irariliil Mary a of linicllrul Miliii- to UN nmtlii-r. In hail int Ix-fnri- ri-allnil lnil llicn- n in licr Dm- day John riicldil a int-nui in itial liln umtliiT ai ut I ho (xilnt of ileutli. He luirrliil homo. Imt did lint urriti- in tlini- to tlml her allu-. Mm llarton'n dentil m-ciiiii to iiffii l Mary limn- than It did Julm Tin- one had Nvn In iiniiliiiii fumniunli'iitloii lth Iter for )er; the other liad Ihvii e arated from lu-r. TliN la hulil on y oil, Mary," said John, "not only In ileprh lnc you of one to Minim you are attuiln-d, Imt 111 your ll Ins" Mary iiLtit at lilm Ihoutll ntn had not thoiiElit of Ihla, Imt made no reld.i . "Hut do not trouble yoinx-lf 011 that wore." John eoiillmieil. "I will ee that yon cet on." When Mra. Itartow'a will wax on-n 11I It wna found to lead- "I six- mid beUeutli my twenty inorU'iiu-o IniiiiIi of Hie It. U and 1'. ml I road to Mary 4'haiulN-rllii, who ban lone been a daiieliler to me. Tin- reliliK' and far more tnliiahle part of my fortune 1 be. Miieatli tn my Udoved win, Jolm liar ton, liopln; that It may brim: lilm a inucli comfort n It m4 m,.. e will tlnd It In 11 bureau drawer In my tail room " John coinrriilulalcd .Mnry on la-Ins left with im Inromc, ut lln- kmiih- tlm mjnlfeMliii: aiirpri.e that hli mniher bad left un estalo ko la rue that "he hhniilil dImi hnio Ihtii able tn loaxe him the inore Miltial.lo pirt of la-r proin-rty. After couurutiiliitlns .Mnry be wi-nt tn the bureau drawer to t-chM blumclf of lilt InherltaiK-e. When lie clinic- buck Mary who waltlnc for lilm, nicer In know what he bad found. Hut John, wlm did not show by liU expri-NKlon that Ik- bud mipilred 11 for tune, na Id tiotlilin;. .Mary win not the Kill tn iikk lilm iiicllon and refrain 11I, John, however, took her bund mid n-Kietl It, us iiiurli iik tn Kiy: ! not fear that I covet your Inheritance. I urn well piitlxllcd with whut my niolh it Iiiim done." The liouo In which liN motln-r had Hied belonged to .lobii. Ho (old Mnry i-hc wua free to reiiuilii In It wllliont lent If aim i-Iiiim-. Sin- wild tearfully lluit Kho would h- ton lonely there and Would M-i-l; another homo, but where Hint home- would bo nho did imt know Then John told her Unit If xbe would marry I1I111 nho would Hud 11 homo no far na bo oiild iniiki- It one. Shi- de launcd oil the tioiiml Unit he tiuide the offer nut of hue for III mother rullier than for her. Hut John wild he need have no fe.tr of that: be need ed her iiiiiro lhaii alii- needed lilm. I'e forp John wua ready n leae hhe bad ucceplcd Iili ofTer, mid wlieu bo went the went with lilm, ' Not Ions after they were married John's wife kadi In him: "John, you hue iit-er suld iinjlhlni.' Id mo ulKitit the fortune your mother left you. In her will alio calhi) It by far the more valuable part of her prop rty. I haw hccii nollilncof It, Wheru It UT" John led her to u mirror. "Wi-IIV alio (mid. "What I found In the bureau drawer tin your llki-uNa, I link the hint, t fully ugrce with mother tbat I got til bulk of the vatate." Have You Seen THE Capable ELGIN SIX "The Car of the Hour 55 Now upon its second triuinplimit c:ir willi n record cf perfect scores and highest econ timy honors in every contest it hns entered. irtludiniJ seme of t lie most timelling reliability and endurance runs of t lie past season. The most recent championship performance of the Elgin Six wjis the establishing of a new record of 457 ' a Iiiiiim h"! ween Chicago anil Miami, Florida, over some of the roughest, steepest mountain roads and through the heaviest sand and mud in the country. The Elfjin improved velvet-acting clutch enables the Elgin Six to be started on high gear, under ordinary conditions, eliminating almost entirely the necessity of gear shifting and removing the last barrier to the safe and easy driving of a motor car by women. The Elgin improved cantilever rear spring suspension, found only in Elgin cars has set a new stapdard of motoring ease and comfort at high speed. Yon can safely drive an Elgin in comfort at 33 to fiO miles and hour over roads so rough that the average enr is limited to half that speed. That this big roomy, impressive quality car hns been designed to sell at less than SI.OOO is the most notable achievement of the year in motordotn. $1,500 quality at $985 Can you afford to buy a small "cheap six," when for a slight addi tional cost you can drive this Capable Six-this big, roomy, impressive quality car, or supreme beauty and comfort? Can you afford to pay more than the Elgin Six price when this "Beauty of the Road" embodies in such full measure all the quality, style and comfort desired by the discriminating motorist? Elgin Motor Car Corporation, Ghicago, USA w i LA 5-Passenger Touring 4-Passenger Roadster $985 Li. B. CONN DANVILLE, KY. Agent for Garrard Lincoln and Boyle. The Wlnntr. I'erseviTiincii iilwnyx wlm In the Ions run usually In a wulk, Youth'n Coiupnnloii, Clock Struck On. Horrid Hore "I rise by an ulnrin clock." I'retty tilrl "I retire by one. Thcto-ll Kov now!"--Judge. Hard Position. Iteiuonstrutor (uflvt the illl) "llou- euii explain to him thut It wiiMi't the fault of the cur while he Im quite ticiiM'Iciis. After thut it will bu too lute." Plant Mentioned In Bible. The common t'unleu pluut- culled coriander U found lu lOk'ypt. lVrtlu uud India. It bus globular, cruyUh needcoriM uud ia meutlohed twice lu the lllble, lu Kiodus 111:31, uud lu Numherii 11:7. BETE WORK Let McFigurc With You On Your Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. : S-VriSFACriON fiOARANTKED. 'prices RKAS0NABI.E 0 J. NV TRIMBLE Contractor. I Telephone 192. m 1 W. Dally Thought. Whut wo wuit to m-o U one who ran breast Into the world, do u man's work and still pre-eno his ilrst uud puro enjoyment of existence. Stevenson. Sensitive Institution. The Kcl.iuoj.'ruili ut (ii-orgctowii, 1). C, Im so sensitive that It will clearly record it slight etirtluiuaku lu far I off UoruiHi, but the New York slock market will tin ull to pieces iu uu hour over sometliluu thut never happened, uny where! llostou Advertiser. LANCASTER, Ky. g Compensatory. Life In eompensatiiry to this extent: When u iiiiiii reaches the point ut which Ids wife in coiiivclled to make the 11 vltij; for the family he has also reached the point ut which the fuct censes to humiliate him. Topvkn Cap ital. WT? 'J.t.TII m mm , FOR SALE AND RENT Property Listed In This Column. No. Ii. Is a nutiurlian tract of 13S acres rltuatrd tin muin bike with build- ln( ntc for dwellliiK right Ht the city IlinitJ city W'Hter and liKhtu installed, moiil of this farm in Krms. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual to the bent lamia in this county. This tract has one larire splendidly construct ed stock brim, one 8 Here newly con structed tobacco Imrir. Farm well fenced and watered. Tills tract haa ItKNT Ccttagcs on it, nlwavs I en ted, that produce n rental t-qual to the aver HRe income on a $WXX) Investment. I'rice $20, 700. ?o,700 cash and balance in equal pajments due in 'I, .1 and 4 wars. Hay this for a home and live convenient nrtd accessible to the advan laces of one of the best small cities anywhere. No. 6. Is a tract of 70 acres; ha all the improvements of tract No. G and ii priced at ?12,2o0 and is worth the mon ey. Terms $4250 cash and balance in equal payments maturing in 2, 3 and 4 years. No. 8. Is one of the most attractive, substantial, and convenient suburban homes in the city a two story dwelling of ten rooms, including halls and pan tries, all requirements in out buildings, lights and water: has several acres suitable for building lots. We wilt trade this handsome city dwelling and acrage in on a good farm. If you wish to retire from the farm you should know about this one. No. Is a bargain, 170 acres 3 mil es from Lancaster, right on turnpike, has two dwellings and two good barrs. This farm will produce hemp and to bacco, about one half in grass, price $100 per acre. 10. Is a two slorv dwelling, situated in the city limits, large size tot, in good locality. The dwelling is newly built, in splendid condition and attractive; alt the city conveniences, water, lights, sidewalks. The owner leuving city and will take $2500. No. 11. City 1'roperty Dwelling, 7 rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful Richmond street, large lot and has all conveniences including garage and bum. No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, good barn, large lot fronting on Lex ington St., cheap at $2500. No. 13. Iluilding Lota Under this No. we offer you attractive Bingle and double building lots, splendid location, over 300 feet deep, $450 to $900, capable of water and light connections. No. 14 125 acre farm all in grass, 40 acres need plowing for corn, tobacco or hemp; has 4 room dwelling, dandy stock barn, well watered sr.d under new fence. This farm is situated in walking dis tance of school and courches. Let us show you this one at $80. Call on or address. The Thomas Real Estate Agtny. D. A. Thomas, Mgr. Office Hecord Illdg. I ancaater, Ky. 125 ACRE BLUE GRASS FARM. No. 14 125 acre farm all in grass! 10 acres need plowing for corn, tobacco 3r hemp; has 4 room dwelling, dandy stock barn, well watered and under new fence. This farm is situated in walking dis tance of graded school ana churches. Let us show you this one at $S0. Call on or address THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lancaster, Ky. Wanted You to jjet our free catalog on Fruitand ShadeTraes Shrubs. Graoe Vines, Rhubarb. Asoaragus, Roses, Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, Dah lias, Ete. EverytlihiK for Orchard. Lawn unit Gurilen. Write for free Catalogue. No Aslts H.F.Hillcnmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. b'll. 1916 POSTED The undersigned hereby g've warn, ing to all persona not to trespass upon our lands tor any puriwse whatever at we will prosecute ull offenders to ful lest extent of t- law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N U Trice It. L. KlUIn II. 0. Arnold. J. C. Kicsby. Mrs. L I- Frazee John Tatum. It. L. Arnold. T. It. Slavin. C. M. Moberly. It. U llarker. S. C Hlgsby. U. M. Lear. We will add other names for SScenla cash.