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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20, 1919.
OLIVER and Syracuse Plows and " Harrows and " Points John Deer Wagons, Malnble and Cast Ranges, Vulcan and Blount Flows, Manure Spreaders, 24 Disc Seed Sower, Cheap, Cultipackers, Fertilizer for tobac co beds We can save you money on anything you have to buy. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. r New Line Ladies Waists At Bargain Prices, i i I Sander's Variety Store. fi) WE SELL Gossip About People "ve A firltl Htnllon of the Coming and Ooinji by Those Wi Art IntitiiHj In. Mr. Urn Hughe visited his lister, Mr. J. W. Accy, in Stanford, Mrs. N. McGrnth gave n dining Sunlny at her home on Maple Ave. Mr. Jnmea 0, Conn nml children have about recovered from an attack of flu. Mits Fannie Rawson, of Frnnkfort, will Iw the week-end guest of Mrs. Emma Kauffmnn. Mi Elizabeth Glbb returned to Washington, D. C, Wednculay, where the is attending school. Mrs. Uzzio Uenilry Hays, of .Stan ford, has been visiting the family of her brother, Mr. James Ilcazley. Mr. Anna Hubble and daughter, Mattic Mae, have returned from a visit to relative near Hcdgeville. Mil Florence Johnson of State University, I-cxlngton, spent the week end with her mother, Mr. Lula John son. Mr. Ellen Owsley, Mr. Theodore Wintersmith, Mrs. Gardner nml Mrs, W. It. Cook motored to Danville, on Monday. Miss Virginia Conn of Lexington ha been visiting her brothers, John A Tho V. and Jumcs 0. Conn, of this place. X Messrs E. W. Morrow, Tom Hal lard, Guy Davidson nnd Harry Tom llnson have been recent visitor in Lexington. Mis Minnie Rrnvvn is in Louisville and Cincinnati this week, purchasing the latest style In millinery for her Millinery Parlors. Mis Margaret Cook, who Is n stu dent nt K. 0. VV Danville, pent the week-end with her schoolmate. Miss Margaret l'ctty. In Winchester. Mrs. Anna Hubble received a tele pram Sunday from her brother, Mr. Jake Anderson, stating his safe ar rival nt New Tort News from oversea WHY NOT BUY CLEN LILY GARRARD COUNTY WHEAT-WITHOUT BLEACH OR BLEND. Always at hand, Without worry or wait Tne house wives say And declare it Is so, It'sja dead sure success When mixed into dough. GARRARD MILLING COMPANY it: C3C " 0 HI (!) I (!) FOR LESS. Alex Doty is at homo again, now a private citizen, having received his discharge paper n few days ago. Col. Joe Hascldcn left last Monday for Lonoke, Arkanias, where he ex pects to whoop up some business in the real estate line at which he is an adept. Mrs. F. II. Mnrkibury, Mrs. Joe J. Walker. Mixes Helen Gill and Mary Doty were in Lexington Saturday to witness tho "Kiss llurglar" at the Opera House. Mr. and Mr. U O. Montgomery and Misses Mary Francis nnd Mar garet K. Montgomery of Lexington, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. James II. Hamilton, Jr. Misses Norma Hums and Lavinla Montgomery spent the week-end with relative In Ilryantsville. They were accompanied by Miss Annie llelle Crutchfleld who was their guest. Mr. ami Mrs. Theodore Winter- smith, Mrs. Earnot Sprague, Mrs. Gardner nnd Miss Lulu Itobvrtson, of I.ouisille, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Cook for the week-end. Chcnault Elmore ha returned home having recently been mustered out of the service after serving with the 81th Division for several month In France. Sergt. It, E. Carpenter who has just reiurneu irom overseas, vvim me ioin Division, and wus honorably dischar ged, was the week end guest of Miss Lnviniu Montgomery, enroutc to hi home in Lexington. Dr. J, S. Gilbert, who has been in tho military service for several month nt Camp Sheridan, Alabama, ha been mustered out nnd returned to Lancaster, Saturday. His many friend in this locality were delighted to co him. Tim Woman' Club met Thursday afternoon nt !l o'clock nt their rooms on Lexington avenue. The attend ance was large nnd n most delightful program wn given. Mis Helen Gill wn lender assisted by Mr. S. C. Den ny and Mr. J, II. Kinnnird. The Woman' Club have Issued tho following invitations: "The Woman' Club will bo waiting to receive you on ThuMday evening nt eight oclock at the Club rooms. Silver ollerlng for Library." 3 C j 1 1 DC Miss Margaret Cook has been tho f,ucsl of Mis Smlly Prcwitt, In Win chester. Mis Mnttlc Adam of Sharpsbuv I the guct of her grand-mother, Mr. Nockii McGrath. Mr. and Mr. W. J. Homan and Mr. I C, Gulley are visitor In Cin clnnnti," this week. Mr. J. It. Mount and Mis Joan Mount motored to Louisville and La grange, for n ten day visit. Mr, mid Mr. J. It. I'almctcr nnd son, are the guctt of hi brother, I'tv. and Mr. F. M. Palmcter. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson, Mr. nnd Mr. It. I Klkin are in Louisville thl week taking in the Automobile Show. Mr an I Mr. G. M. Pi.ttcri.oii lef . Tuesday for a several day visit in l.o litvillc, Circiniinti, and Winches ter, Ohio. Mrs. Znrcldn Gulley has gone to Richmond for an extended visit to her sister, Mr. Coley and nelce, Mrs. It. E. Turlcy, und other relative. Quite n number here have received invitations to a reception to he given Friday evening In the Executive mnn sion by Governor nnd Mr. Stanley. Mr.. Ellen Owsley, Mrs. Theodore V.termlth, Mr Uenjmw. Gar.'ncr, Mr. Ernest Sprague and .Mrs. W. It. Cook motored to Lexington Wednes day for the day Mr. Elizabeth Hughe has return id from n visit to her daughter, Mr. J. V. Acey, In Stanford. The muny Lancaster friends of Mrs. Acey r.rc glad to know she is Improving slowly from her recent serious lines. Mr. Ilowmnn Grant , having very creditably completed hi work of the first scmcrer at Transylvania College is on n visit to his home people. Mr, Grant hn not decided whether he will continue hi college work nt Trun slvnnin or take up special work at an Eastern College. Letter from Tom Elmore who is now with the army of occupation in Germany, write his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Elmore, that he I now in tho licit of health and ha entirely re covered from n wound he received on the front several months ago. Tom I in the Mnrines and hn made good, The "Donation I'arty" given by the member of the Ilnptist Church Sat urday to their new pastor, Itev. nnd Mrs. Strother, nt the parsonage, on Stanford street was n most delightful affair. This most excellent couple are nt home to their mnny friends, who will gladly welcome them to this city. Mrs. Luther Gibbs entertained Tuesday at her suburban home on the Itichmond road nt an elegant dinner in honor of Mrs. W. It. Cook und her guests, Mrs. Theodore Wintersmith nnd Mrs. Gardner, of Louisville. Many entertainments have been given theso ladies during their visit in this city. Mr, George Smith, Sr., hn been confined to hi homo with u cold but la recovering. Mr. Smith is one of the best informed men in town on general subjects, being a constant render and bringing to hi reading the discrimination of hi school-inns-ter days. Besides being a good neighbor he i also n burenu of infor mntion among hi neighbor for sub- Jirts ranging from gardening to his torical Unto for n club paper. Mnjor McKenrie llrown has been honored by the Ilritish government by being appointed shipping control! er of the Cnspcan Sea. Major Brown come of it family for generations imbstnntlnl citizen of Garrard. Hi great grandfather wa postmaster of Lancniter under l'ope'ii admlnlstrn tlon, n major in the standing militia and n delegate to tho first Democratic convention held in Garrard. So this present Major llrown had n good start from u Garrard county point of view. Dr. and Mr. William M. Elliott en tertuined with n beautiful illnn-s' party at their pretty homo oil Mapl-j Avenue, in honor of Mr. and Mis ' Vrpoleon Price. The decorations everywhere were in exquisite tastn The table had for its center plecu n lovely vase filled with red carnations. A most dcllclou five course dinner wu served und tho color scheme of red and vvhito wa Introduced In ef fectivo detail. Those present were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Napo'e.vn Price. Mis Delia Tinder, Miss Martha Kava naugh, Miss Clark, Itev. J, It Moor mun, Prof, Hopkins and Mr. Henry Clay KaulTman. Friday, the Monster, "Hooded Terror", and Harold Lloyd in his fun niest comedy. Under the patronage' of the Red Cross a remarkable exhibition of por- i I i -1 , -lit ceiuuis mauu uy wuuuueti Soulier was held In Pari rccerrtly. Cnr Load of good sound Yellow Corn nt $1.55 per bushel. Garrard Milling Co. A photograph come from London showing n group of President nnd Mr. Wilson, King George and Queen Mary and Princess Mary. Mrs. Wil ton i smartly dressed, her voguc-lsh skirt revealing plump little nnklc nml plump little shoes. Queen Mnry wear a hat which look na if it might be one of the famous one of her own millinery nnd n long skirt that comes to the point of her boot. For nny feature of mode in her costume the photograph might have been mnde nn time within the Inst twenty-five year. Dowdy? She i regnlt We hcur much of the psychology of clothes. I it that quality of quiet moderation, of conservation that ex presses itself in the dress of the royal family that look of being wcll-dres- eil rather tlinn smartly o that ha mnde them wear so long with the Ilritish people while other royal fam ilies arc being put nsidc a out of ttyle, oi rnrt into the temp bag! Captain Lord Dunsany, Irish sol dier-noblemun nnd writer of mystic plays, to whom tho immctcrial ap- peals with force of the mctcrial has these characteristic "Victory Verses", A DIRGE OF VICTORY. Lift not thy trumpet, victory, to the sky, Nor through battalions nor by batter ies blow, Hut over hollows full of old wire go, Where, among dregs of war, the long dcml lie, With wasted Iron that the gun pass, ed by When they went eastward like n tide ot flow. There blow thy trumphct that . the dead may know. Who waited for thy coming. Victory. It is not wo that have deserved thy wreath, They who waited there among the towering weeds: The deep mud burned under the her mit breath. And winter cracked the bones that no man heed: Hundreds of night flamed by; the season passed, And thou hast come to them at last, nt last! BURNS, CUTS AND SORES Heal readily if FARRIS' HEALING REMEDY U applied. You make it at home and save the difference. A good thing to keep on hand nt nil time. Get it today, you may need it tomorrow. W. A. DICKERSON. THF L miss K TCnLN l9CABINETL, Kvrry atom irlves resistance not the universe can break; Uath rose petal holds perfection ancet artists could not make. Under every power and passion stir the element divine. If I irrasp tlie moment' meaning-, all eternity la mine. Theodore C Williams. FOR THC FRUIT CELLAR. EARS ore so much more delicious canned In the following man ner than In the usual way: Pare and cut In halve or quarter us desired, put them with half their weight fjwmiwusi). n KUgnr In' n none cw.iinr, rrock and let stand UHT IIIKIU. Ill 111U morning rook slow ly on tho back rnrt of tho stovo until perfectly done, then can ns usual. Tho fruit hn it much superior flavor canned tins way, than when canned quickly, Quinces comn Into In tho season when uioro attention can be given to them. Grate and cook with equal part of migar, letting the mixture stand In tho sugar over night beforo cooking. This la qulnco honey, nice as n garnish for Ico cream and pud dings. Make n llt of nil canned fruit nml vegetable a well as pickles, preserve and relishes Hint art rut Into the storo room nml cellar. A glance at tho list will tell ymi what thero I to chooso nnd each Is chocked oft us used. Iiuvo everything labeled, ns It caves disap pointment, for oven good eyes arc some times deceived In canned goods. If one make his own snusago at home, roll It In corn husks and smoko It. You will find It a most delicious nnd unusual flavor, Snvo nlco perfect husks for this pur5so nnd mako tho sausage roll tho elzo of too ear that ramo out of tho husk. Tie the end with strips of husk and when smoked pack In layers In n box. Keep cool and tho sausage will keen well. English Chutney Sauce. This sauco requires no rooking but should bo kept whero It con bo stirred dally for ten days beforo putting away. Chop one pound ot apples, three-Stmrths ot a pound of rntslns, one dozen rlpo toma toes, two red peppers, tlx small onions and one-fourth of a cupful of mint leaves. Add an ounco of white mus tard teed, four ounces ot salt, one pound ot sugar and one and a half quarts ot vinegar, boiled and cooled, Mix and put Into a crock. Aberdeen-Angus Cattle. Aberdeen-Angus Steers have been grand champions over all breeds at these points as well as at Chicago's International, since war censed. At both the Florida State Fair ami the California Liberty Fair grade Angus steer won tho single honors, and nt the Pacific tho grand champion cnr lot wn the The Aberdeen-Angus war record! ABERDEEN-ANGUS i First in Wan First Reconstruction. BOYS AND CIRLS. Get started on the right foot by getting the kind of calf that will win. The grand champion of the Junior Feeding Contest nt the Chicago International wa an Aberdeen-Angus. It won $300.00 in cash ami two medals. The Texas, Mississippi, Iowa ns the Sioux City Inter-State Fair and nil won by calve sired by Aberdeen-Angus bull. Every calf feeding con test In Canada hn been won by the same kind for the past two years. The American Aberdeen-Angus Breeders Association offer $1000.00 In calf club prizes this year. Write for free literature and get a calf tired by nn Aberdccn-Angns bull right now. We are going to give the boy a chance by selling nn Aberdeen Angus calf nt AUCTION on COURT-DAYS In Lancaster this year. Wc will sell n few bull old enough for service, through the Spring month. On the 24th of February wc will sell at Auction n yearling bull, which is good enough to head n herd of registered cattle, nlso can be used on grade cows and produce the best steer of any breed for quick money. Eliminate the torture of dehorning calve by breeding to nn Aberdeen Angus bull. It makes no difference what you breed to a registered Aberdeen-Angus bull you will never have nny horns on the product. Now is the time to start. Get some of the real black kind. And here Is your opportunity. On MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, County Court Day, we will sell this Aberdeen-Angus bull on the square In Lancaster. Bred In the purple. Hal B., is A No. one, indivually and right in every respect. Hull A llr.tl.tr lile-om. I Hamburg Unit' nouMrmflo 1T1I-I. (ftliadelaml lllxekhlrrt IthlOTSol IUI. n.Jl-.'TV Called March 3I.IVIT Blackburn C. HlvJt Margaret of I Margaret of Itotidle llrook ll.'-M- Angus-Land A. D. BRADSHAW PRIVATE SALE. 30 High Grade Pcrchcron marcs and car every other week during the season shipped by express direct from the farms. Sec our Percheron mares before you buy. Time to responsible parties. J. F. COOK AND CO., Lexington, Kentucky. Phone 47. Night Thone 2845-Y or 5G31. The Canadian Rett Cross contribu ted $1,000 a day for its relief work in France alone. Car Load of good sound Yellow Corn nt $1.55 per bushel. Garrard Milling Co. Optimistic Thought. Ail, Ice ufter mischief I like medl after death A doughboy, the pride of our nation, Fell in love with n pretty Alsatian. When he asked for n kiss, Saul this pert little miss, "What's the use of U. S. osculation?" JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF AMERICAN WIRE FENCE THE BEST FENCE MADE. NewAmericanCombination Fence IS A WONDER AS A LINE FENCE NO HARD FEELINGS BETWEEN NEIGHBORS ILx il Ms r . i si - ver ueviteu. it Is mad ol the same I ;h quality steel and Improved galvanljlng. Full slje wire. Full weight. Full length of roll. Look for the sign: American Fence M-.de br AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE COMPANY ft, S,U j. Haselden named a International some kind. Peace! nnd Wisconsin State contest ns well the Illinois-Indiana Fair Contest, were i Iladrn Lad lw3 ' uiarklnrri Mellenr; I nth 51 1;; Mt.drn Blackcap I IJIMO hadrl.ml lllsckblrd I Allek of llieak.tou ;ud mm f l: I KhedelsiM HIsckMrd Allek uf llietk.tnn (Alios of Aberloar UK. i .HJI7 ('inattulGlllof HlackMrd of Hamlet Tlirskslon "W1.14 3ii,l ill t Funeiie hstill 1U5I Ml.ackblrdof Minny t Slope 1M1 t nlackllne mil ' ) Blackbird ll.IM.SIS lllaek Minx IHI-U. Initbraiicb Minnie liana t liati.man Chief I'kijn 'jllntileMclIenrT ftb l lleati Hlaekblrd I Aiidutmn llonnle Heather iti.-hM I Cay l.ad 'Kittle BcHeSTiS Knroy oftftonnle Brook MS. Heeehwood Lady wim ... Stock Farm. WALKER BRADSHAW. Under the nuspires of the British Red Cross an Iberian-American hos pital will be founded in London by fund raised in Chili. Death Rate In Europe. In normal times Stockholm, Chrltl iinl.i, Berlin nnd London, In the order named, have the lowest death rate nutting Iho European eitle. Life's Jester. "It seems very strange," observed the nlmnst-phHohnphcr, "lhat thu per sons who regard this life as u hugo Joke are tho ones who suy they can i e no Hlnt to It." HIS new, double service fene. Knives -L yout fsnce problem onco for ait Close In Peace! First in mesn up to 20 Inches makes It hog-llifht It gives you a higher and more rod of fence at - - , ,i must economical fence Brothers