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The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Feb 20 I9I9.
i Ml I 3( ILJC G EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. I ,.am ready to do your typewriting. I take shorthand dictation and can come to your office any evening or after banking hours. Oif ice at Gulley House, phone 166. My rates are reasonable and will appreciate your services. HUGH MOBLEY. IT 1 1. . - ii- i SMALL FARM FOR SALE. I will sell privately a small farm of 36 acres located 3 1-2 miles from Lan caster, on road from GilbertsCreek Sta tion to White Oak School house, one-half mile from railroad Station and one-half mile from good school. This is a very productive piece of land, and will grow Hemp, Tobacco or anything you want all this farm is in- a good state .of cultivation except four acres, which, is in timber. For particulars see or write, MRS. lW. D. GOOCH, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 4. f ' 1 WASHINGTON LOVED THE SOIL First In wnr, first In pcaco and first In the henrts of Ills countrymen, funis up the nvcrnpo person' esti mate of the Father of his Country, Oeorito Washington was also the first American farmer of his tiny and Ren erntlon. lie was n scientific auJ thoughtful farmer ami fortunately left n very complete record of what he did ami what ha thought of his life work nt Mt. Vernon in his letters anil his illary which are now in the Con gressional Library nt Washington, I). C. That he was prouder of bciiiK n farmer than of having been a general in the Itevolutionary War can be seen from the following extract from n letter written in 1788 to Arthur Young the lending former of England nt that time; ' The more I am acquainted with agricultural alfnirs, the better I am plenscd with them; insomuch, thnt 1 can no where Mini so great satisfac tion' as in those Innocent and useful pursuits. In Indulging these feelings I am led to reflect how much more !c light fill to nn undebauched mind is the task of making improvements cn the earth than nil the vain glory which can be acquired from ravaging it, by the most uninterrupted career of conquests". COSGHIG SPELLS MAS YM REST Put a step to tlicnt with old rcUabli Dr. KlnjJ'a New Discovery "Hut r- , I.3ir:e throit tr.utt be eoethcJ. 'li-t r.-nvloadcd chest must be locicn.rf. IhJt cough must bz chvc'.. J i 4 can tlccp. Dr. l-irs's lcw Discovery has beta r:!icvi:'2 c -lis, irtl coughs for lull a century without the last diucrccab'.i el tcr-c Jccts. Yorr f'r.'r-t his It because it tj t?s!l!u-. a tsd ia L!j denied. Try 'JLh for Constipation Kvjj t-e loivcls on schedule time vrlth Dr. IClng'j New Life Tills, the cystcra freed Jroin poisonous wastes, tee co-nnlsxilon clear, the stomach tweet, t'le tong-ie tmcoateil, the breath untainted. Mud yet positive ia actioa. Detects Far Off Ho, T I'flug a modified w'r- leu receiving irMrumcnt, n I'rciv d u-i' t has been able to detect thunder tormj more than 300 miles distant. BIG PR C E HOUSE The Mad ison Mouse Is ready to receive the rest of your crop. Our Murket is higher than ever.-We still hold the rec ord for Highest Baskets, Highest Average Crops, Highest Complete Floor Averages and the High est General Average for the Season by nearly two cents a pound. Some of our Latest Sales: W. L. Pralher, 2205 lbs, av. $76.30 amt $1,682.50 High Basket $1.21. Lear and Mills, 1210 lbs, av. $75.29 amt $ 911.10 High Basket $1.19. Jenkins & Burgess, 1895 lbs, av $72.30, $1370.10 High Basket $1.66. Jenkins & Fletcher, 1115, av $71-50 amt $792-30. High Basket 80c. Newby & Todd, 1370 lbs, av $69.48 amt $952.05 High Basket 79c. You Furnish the Material-We get the Price. MADISON Oil WAR'HSE RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. MAY TRAIN WOMEN Plan to Develop Them Samo as Men in War Camps. Government Cantonments ta Da Used and tha Work Extended to Every Part of Country. Women will l trained In govern ment rantntiiiienM f plans of the Unl til Stale training corps for women lire cnrrled out. The corps, organized jor wniiirti war worker In Washing Inn, under tlm direction of Miss Su sannn Cocroft of Clilcitgo, has been turned Into n permanent orgnnli tlon fur building up women physically and fitting them for the places they ure Inking In lm.ncs. Industry and In the work of the nation generally. Admiral Cnry T. Grayson will net as medical director of the cnri On the lioard of directors with ills Cocroft nre Hnrpeon (lenernl Itupert Mae, (len. Knoch t'ruwder, Ilrlg. (Jen. J. t Kerr, Mr. Hubert l-imslng, wife of the sec- retary of state; Ml is Mabel T. Hoard' man of the American lied Cros, Mis. rrnnklin K. Lane, wife of tho secre tary of Interior; Miss Gertrude Lane, well known mneiizliie eilltnr, nnd Ju lius Knhn. rlinlrmnn of tlio military nftnlrs committee of the houvo of rep resentatives. Permission has been asked of tho wnr department for the use of n part of the cantonments when they are re leased from military service for use as training camps whero women can be trained ns teachers of setting-up exer cises nnd semi-military drills. These teachers will lie equipped to give training in industrial plants nnn pun llc schiMils. The corps has also asked for the release of n part of the canton ments' for recreation camp, where physicians can send women and chil dren who do not need medlclno so much ns they need conditioning. The original training corps In Wash ington numbered more than .1.C00 wnr working women. It wns organized on the White llnue lot nnd the war de partment detailed 75 army officers to ns.lst Miss Cocroft. The work will be extended to every part of the country, modeled after the system which tins dcTclopcd the men In the war training camps, except that It will be made specially suited for the training of women. In announcing the purpose of tho corps. Miss Cocroft, Its orgunlzer and director, said: "Wo wish to utilize tho Knowledge of wlmt-tbo camps have done for men, mentally nnd physlrnlly, anil to apply this same knowledge to the conditioning of women while the public mind Is quickened to this util ity, so that all men and women, the young, the mlddle-agi-d, the old, limy be glcn nn opportunity to lieneflt by outdoor life rcgulurly supcnlsed nnd trained under heml-mllltnry discipline nnd under the supervision of compe tent medical and nursing ussletnncc." GRACEFUL FOR THE BALLROOM 11m mmm This rich flown Is carHed out entire ly of gold brocaded metal cloth draped Into long, graceful lines. Protect Lace. Many of tho black gowns are of hi cc and totnetlmes black chantllly Is mounted over white eotln. This Is very distinguished when tho lace Is new, but chantllly which Is an heir loom should never be put over white or any light tint. Tho old, If rare, luce tears easily, and any mending of tho rubric, however delicately done, shows up unpleasantly against the light lining. It Is alwuys best to mount valuablo old laces over a "drop" of tullo or to veil the lace frock with tulle If this can bo doue without lu the design and tht lines. 'Chain' TYeait The Economy of Buying Good Tires It's mighty poor economy to put cheap tires on your car. If you can't depend on your tires, you can't depend on your car, and you can't get the high grade of service it ought to give you. It pays to buy good tires United States Tires. They represent the highest value it is possible to build into tires. t There are five different passenger car treads the only complete line built by any tire manufacturer. Each has the built-in strength that means your money back in extra miles. Among them are exactly the tires you want for your car, and your driving con ditions. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot Dealer will gladly help you. United States Tires are Good Tires Dally Thought A bed ending follows n bail begln- tilng--l"iirlpldc, Finds It Out, If a yonng man , nei-r s:iys be can't ' Optimistic Tit. t. Age Is tenenthl- 'u -nan and would be In n woiu.ri " Ik- utT be came old. Proud Docit Delongs to Soaln The itylng Hint the iin iner you nn 'he unplre," did not udgln-ite wltb li.j,'l but with S'i'tilii. It wax In liKTi thnt the sentence wns applied t Spain, vhlrli nt th.it period was n p'tnt empire. Locust I Tlie locust tree w Amerktm tnon to ! .rlid. iu ;oe. he to mntry. f the first hnroli Hew Phrase Orljlnstfd. l'ltr talUh itkiitir im-oiiIh fre- I qm-ntlT- when ihi mi- winMlxxly do ing trimming itu-y MKe, -sciatm: '"I list'" tin tli-t:i t. ' tiieatitng that It Is l the p'op-r method ef - r-'r. dure. The ' real siijliig Is. "Tlmt - d.e -thiuetle." or fhe rliiht nnd propir wsr of doing. Lr DC 3c ii imc USED AUTOMOBILES. Now Is the time to buy and savelmoney. We guarantee cvery'car we sell. 1018 Buick Roadster - $1150.00 lOlSiBulck.five passcnjjcr - 550.00 lOieiOakland, five passenijer - '625.00 191 OlOverland, five passenijer - 600.00 Threet1917 Fords.400., Jf425., $4.50 SEE US AT ONCE. The Ganvilie Buick Go L. H. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. DanvllIe,iKentucky. K 31 1C DC t ii ir