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The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20. 1919
E Safer and Better. LOOK US OVER and GIVE US A DEPOSIT. Loans $253,552.00 Overdrafts 2,537.01 Bonds .... 19,730.00 Cash and Due from National Banks 97,314,38 U. S. Treasury Certs and War Savings 10,727.67 Banking House - 3,000.00 Capital Stock - - $ 16,000.00 Surplus and Profits 2 1,1 26.04 Deposits- 349,735,02 $386,861.06 $386,861,06 February 1st, 1919. MOTTO "Remember us when you have moneyjand we will re member you when vou have none." Your Business Solicited, PEOPLESSBANK, 3J PAINT LICK. KENTUCKY. OOJ Sponges Strangely Colored. Five scarlet i-ponge hae been picked up tn Lake Illwn, Jnpnn. Tito nutlmrltlcs uf the lake laboratory at Otsu, attached tn the Kyoto Imperial tmHerslty, lire iimtd ns raying that similar sponges have never lieen dls covereil anywhere in the world. City Lite. A Possible Cure. city life Is a fierce, mental struggle Mr. Lott "Is there no way you can I l.etwecn nrlrhhor. rnrh nf utmm 1. hreak yourself of that habit of talking I trying to shove the other Into the In your sleep 1" Mr. Lntt, tremulous! country to nle inoro produce nnd ly but hopefully "Io you think It would help nt nil. my denr. If you'll lot mo talk more when I'm awakel" lessen the demand for city conven iencc, mi that living In the rlty will be cheaper nnd better. Chicago News. B 3 IT IS ONLY IN THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL That You Can Read About THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, as covered by the great Associated Press, The New York Times' special cable and wireless service, and Arthur B. Krock, The Courier-Journal's Editorial Manager, sent to Paris as a special staff correspondent. CONGRESS AND NATIONAL POLITICS, covered at Washington by Associated Press and by Tom Wallace, an As sociate Editor of The Courier-Journal, and Morton M. Milford, staff cor respondents. 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(This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions to either paper, but only to persons living in Kentucky or within ICO miles of Louisville, in other States.) If already you are u subscriber to The Central Ilecord or The Courier Journal you may take advantage of this offer just the same. By paying the com bination price now, you can have your present subscription to either or both papers extended a full year beyond the present expiration dates. If you prefer an evening newspaper you may substitute Tho Louisville Evening Times for the Morning Courier-Journal at the same rate. If you wish the big Sunday Courier-Journal with tho Daily Courier-Journal add $2. GO. At single copy retail pricoThe Sunday Courier-Journal costs for one year $3.64. You save $1.14 by ordering The Sunday Courier-Journal with this combination. Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Sometimes You Get An Orderly. Itofore I fell a victim To the wiles of Spanish "flu" I'd gathered from the posters, And certain movies, too, That when It came to nurses' You nlwnys woke to view Some peach from Zlegfcld'i Follies Who slipped the pills to you. I've read the artful fiction About the angel fair Who sat beside your pillow And stroked your fevered hair, And made you kind of careless How lone you lingered there In the radiant effulgence Of n lovely baby stare. That may be true in cases, The wny it is in plays, Hut mine was no white lady Of lilting roundelays; For while I was n blesse' The nurse who met my Raze Was Private I'ete Kosiolski, Who hadn't shaved for days. Lieut. John Pierre ltoche, 87th Division, A. E. F. Car Load of good sound Yellow Corn nt $1.55 per bushel. Garrard Milling Co. Thirty convalescent soldiers at Walter Reed Hospital have signed up for agricultural training on the 200 acre government farm at I-awrence-villi, N. J. Dally Thought. Tame Is the iwrfume ..f he vie deeds, Senate, Classified Column RATES i Single Insertions lc n word No ad taken for less than 20c H in this column. No nds in this jj column charged. 9 Seven Insertions fur the 0 price of live. m J5 ft Phone orders must be paid v jj promptly. IOCXXHfKOCK)OWKJXKJtKtifOC I'Ott SA1.K: Ono thousand Piano Music Holls, W. J, Ilomans. FOU 1 1 EST: nihcd room. FOU SALE: work horses. 2-13-3t-pd. -Nice large J R. unfur-Harris. -Six head of good J. W. Hill, Point l-eavcll, Ky. Old Kugs, Carpets anil Clothing make beautiful NEW ItUCS. Call phone 397. Miss Fannie Ulshop. 2-13.71. STRAYED: From my place, Thurs day, Felry 13th, a Polland China gilt, weight about GO pound. Liberal reward. W. II. Woods. STRAYED: To my place n pig. Owner can have same by proving property nnd expense. W. M. Zunonc. Car Load of. good sound Yellow Corn nt S1.6S per bushel. Garrard Milling Co. For Sale Good white oak Lumber in stock. Virgin timber. Hills cut on short notice. Carter and Pitta, l-30-7t. Carlervllle, Ky. Concerning Minds. Minds, bouillon cube and tlarnrlng extracts arc very much alike. They iieciuiir stronger by concentration. Multiplying and Progressing. Tim most progressive clement In Colombia Is snld tn be, not the Span Isli imputation or the natives but n Jewish people called Antliulnns.whn have Old Testament names, raise large families nnd are fast becoming the dominant mwcr In financial and po litical Influence. Optimistic Thought. He who accuses ihi nmny nccn himself. The Touch Th;t lle'pt. Kind Ion!;, kind .,iit. kind net, and warm linndfhnfce-tlnfe are the econdary menu of Br; r. Mum meu nre In trouble and ore tl-tlitltg u.r unseen battle. Spiritual Princes. There nen- t'lirMluis In Treves as early as the second century, nnd It had a hlho us early as .'111. The nrrh bishop of Trews lieraiup one of the lending spiritual prince of the early German empire. The Treve of today I a rlrh nnd actUe city of polhly T.'iOisj soul, a show city, a shrine city, mid one In which the Vnnl.ee tourists should find much to Interest them. 1 J. M. Metcnlf, Surveycr, 25 year I' experience, lllue prints furnished. All calls answered promptly. Phone 185, Stnnford, Ky. 2-13-tf i FOR SALE: About 32 ounces of I I Crossed Standing Hurley tobacco eed. Price i 1.00 per ounce. T. I Keliey, R. It. 2., 2-20.3t.pd. Paint Lick, Ky Man past 30 with horse and buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder in GARRARD County. Salary $00 per month. Address 424 South Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind. lt-pd. Sow Sweet Clover. Hotter than red clover, and JK to $10 per bu. cheaper. Direct from grower. Unhulled, hulled, and spec ial scarified seed; prompt germination Prices and circulars free. Alio prices on honey. JOHN A SIIEEHAN, It. F. I). No. 4. Falmouth, Ky. ' 8-13-It pd. DR. J. W. Wtttr Chiropodist FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office Hunn House STANFORD, KY., Every day except Monday ind Thursday hi klion OF Valuable Stock and Farm Implement I WILL ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1919 AT 10 A.M., At my farm between Bryantsville and Buena Vista, in Garrard County, sell to the highest bidder, the following described stock: Fifteen head of 1, 2 and 3-yearold mules, also some aged mules, near ly all mares, and matched up; 1 good carriage horse, not afraid of any thing; 1 combined horse (family horse) extra good one; 1 Preston and Dave Aiken 3-year-old combined filly, gentle anywhere; 1 good 3-year old jack; 1 jack colt, 7 months old, both black and white points, extra good bone, shape and size; 3 extra fine jennets, same color and marks; 2 or 3 extra good Shorthorn bull calves, 6 to 10 months old; some Shorthorn and Jersey cows; lot good young cattle and hogs, FARMING IMPLE MENTS OF ALL KINDS. TERMS All sums under $10.00 cash; over that amount, negotiable notes made payable in bank, due in six months, bearing interest from date. SALE WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE. DINNER ON THE GROUND. JAMES B. LEAVELL. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY.