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The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 13, 1919.
VICTORY UMI WILL BE SOLD TO PUBLIC JUST AS OTHER ISSUES WERE RUMORS THAT BANKS WERE TO BE CALLED ON TO TAKE FIFTH LOAN CORRECTED BY SECRETARY GLASS. and unan thortsed statement. which bare bem , pread abroad orcr the country to the ef (ret that there war to b no Fifth Lib erty Loan bae beer. brought to the atten tlon of Secretary of tho Treasure Olaas. The secretary reiterates hi' statements That there will be a Fifth Lib erty Loan; That It will be a popular one fold to the people; That there la ns ld;a on the part ef the government to tell the bondi to the banki; That the Fifth Liberty Loan will be floated thla Spring, un doubtedly beginning In the latter part of April. The financial heads of tho govern ment are perfecting tho plans for an Issue that will meet the requirements of the time mid tho Central Liberty . Loan committee of the Fourth Fed- eral Iteserre district at Cleveland la well along; In the task of laying n fonndatlon for a campaign which will outdo In Intensity any of the four pre- j I Stories emanating from Washing ton and discussing the preliminary 1 piaun ui it'Gisiaiura may nave a ien- j aency to Dcrog ine reader. It roust be remembered that these atorles are , speculation, merely reflecting the tnlnd-worklngs of the men who will ultimately have to narrow down to tome one procedure. Enough has al ready been definitely settled to pep mlt the secretary of the treasury to make the statements above and to emphasise them. To further emphasise the fact that there will bo a Fifth Victory loan and to correct the Impression which has erroneously been circulated that the banks would have to take the loan. Governor E. IL Fancher of the Fed-, eral ncserve Dank of Cleveland re cently sent word to all of the Liberty Ixan workers In the district calling upon them to correct these false lm- presslons. Down and Out But His Tongue Still Wags THE HUN la still able to whis per. One of his favorite subjects Is Liberty Bonds. The bonds are absolutely the best secured In the world so he dare net attack them openly. He whispers to you to sell them, hoping to demoralise the market. And he has about as much chance of doing this aa he had ef winning the war. It Is character. Istle Hun stupidity. Every time you are approached to sell your Liberty Bond or to trade It for stock In some unknown and unestabllshed project, remem. ber It Is the voice ef the Hun speaking. Then take another grip on your Liberty Bonds and hold tight Keep those you have and be ready to buy more when the Victory Lib erty Loan Is offered for sale In April. A Miser, A Woman And Two Stars A miser, born In a land afar. 1 1 Who'd gained a fortune over here. Where Liberty Is the guiding star. Looked up from bU gold with a bit ter leer. "I eot It by pinching and going with out; They call me creedr? T nm .iM h. writ xr. tini , . . 'II w iionvju a vail lu ivnu J UOUl. 5 For bonds they'll get no gold from I me. A woman gated on a star of gold. She'd given all she had to give. And sacrificed to lend, 'twas told. That Liberty and Land might live. "And 111 lend again and again," she said, 'To help to remedy war's Ills, "And to keep true faith with our hero dead By helping pay our war-time bills." Liberty Loan Levity Jatt a baU-vlt, they called Barber BUney, Barber knew, taocusfc, some day voald be rainy, So be shared aad ha (bared And he uvea aad 1U saved Aad basjcat hnwAi, Hw iaw cal FAIR VIEW THE HOME OF "VATICAN," "BERMUDA GIRL" AND FAMOUS "NELL" AT PUBLIC flUGTION ON WEDNESDAY. MJU At Ten O'clock A. M., on the Premises I will offer for sale for James J. IS'ealc, this fine farm of two hundred and two and one-half acres, situated on the Lexington pike, (Dixie Hij;hway) about one and one-half miles from the city limits of Richmond, Madison county, Ky. This farm is known all over the United States as the home of Vatican, the great sire, and Nell, the first mare to produce five trotters in the 2:10 class, in cluding Bell-Vara with two world records to her credit; and Hermuda Girl, a Fu turity winner in the nineties. Richmond is a city which has always been noted for its morality, its culture and its wealth. Educational facilities are unbounded the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School, Madison Institute, and two large High Schools make it an educational center, within 50 minutes by automobile to Lexington. The farm faces on the Dixie Highway from the south side the right side, because the prevailing winds are from the south mutthc dust always goes the oth er way, and the afternoon shade will always be on the front porch. All This Land Is Well Watered with Springs and Ponds There is no better land in the Bluegrass, and real bluegrass will continue to go up for years, because it is limited in amount and is considered the most pro ductive land in the world. Everybody wants a piece of bluegrass land. It is known all over the world. It will raise Corn, Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat, Oats, Rye, Truck Garden anything that grows in moderate climate. It produces the Ken tucky Thoroughbred, export cattle, fine hogs, sheep, and develops them to per fection. I am going to sell this farm for the High Dollar, and if .von want land, come and see this. To See It Is To Want It For the benefit of those who want a home and are unable to buy the whole tract, it will be offered in tracts, and then as a whole. Where will you ever again find a more beautiful place for a home than these small tracts? The Pour Tracts TRACT No. 1. 30 acres, unimproved, facing on Dixie Highway, a beautiful building site, adjoining the land of Mr. H. B. Hanger. TRACT No. 2 30 acres, unimproved, facing the Dixie Highway, another beautiful building site, adjoining the above tract. TRACT No. 3 60 acres upon which is located a tenant house, large barn with silo, which can be used for either stock or tobacco barn. This tract is between"Tract No. 2 and Tract No. 4 and has an excellent building site for a dwelling on the Dixie Highway. TRACT No. 4 82 1-2 acres upon which is situated an ex cellent modern dwelling, with water and lighting systems, all necessary outbuildings, 2 large barns, one with silo, can be used for either stock or tobacco, tenant house and everything essential for a good home. This tract faces the Dixie Highway and is bounded on the north by the Jack's Creek pike. I have made many sales in Madison county, and I have never failed to sell any land I have offered. This land is up for sale to the highest bidder and it is going to sell. Immediate possession. DON'T FORGET THE DA TE-Wedneaday, March 19th, 1919, at 10 A.M. Terms-will be announced on day of sale and will be liberal. SALE HELD, RAIN OR SHINE L. P. EVANS RICHMOND, KY. REAL ESTATE FARM ANIMALS T e I 1 L MANAGEMENT OF A PIG CLUB It Ip Duty of Aoent to Furnish formation lo Supervisors Who Instruct Members. In ' " III IMIIIHM "7 J M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office orer The CarrsrJ II. nL rhonet Office 5. Kriid.no 370. LANCASTEIt. KENTUCKY. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Onto Over Nations! Hank. Itesldence I'hone 3. Office Phone. 27 LANCASTER KY U'reparcl tr the t'nltt.I Ststi-s Kepa't ni'nt of Agriculture.) The bo)s mill girls' dull work Is nr rlnl cm Ihrmich iiHiperntlon hitwiin the nnlmiil hul.nmlry illtlstnn if Hie luirmti nf (i ti 1 1 tin I lnilutry nml the state relation sonlre rcprevntlng the tlcmrttiiciit "f ngrlfultiire nml the mu rium stall1 nerli imnrnl mllrw rep resented liy thi'lr nvlH-rtliv ctlcunlon departments. A swine sint'lnlM, supported tjr funds n'ri'rliiti'il by congress fur the work i.f tin' nnltnnl lnitniitlr- ill virion. Is placed In inch nf tin- state desiring such n innn (mi fnr ni fumls permit). The- specialist's work I ad ministered ly tho director of rxtcn-1 stun, hi furnishes nlllce room nml j , , . . iiiilimcnt. Hcnogniplile iistlstnnrr, "ttlnl -JlOK, mm pnys tils traveling expense, no is , - n unit In tho extension staff inn! work ' aai . aa In iln-ct nM.iHTi.tli.il with II..- Mute lir. rrisllUS ft HlKRr H. J. PATRICK, DentlHt. Kentucky id li-uilrr nf nthiT rluti Hi.rk. All lh work Is done In in-i.pcriitlon with the r-nili.fi' nt?inf fnrri. ntt.l flin vnrlmiu In. Ii.r.t.i.1 iti'titirtiiii'tilM tif flu. i. )!..!. ' anil I'XtPiislmi force. Tin- stihji-ct mat-1 ti-r tnticht I'V the f.-ctnllM 1 nmt- nhlo In the nnlinnl hu!.timlr' iUmrt- LANCASTER, mr.nl i.f It... .iii.I ft.. I.....I ' hliMiuinIrr ilhltini of the il. pnt llnrtit nf ni;rl(ultun, A slmi.le project or Krcement mvcrlnc the ork l pr ' nuici-il lijr the Males r. Inili.ii. in( Ice In-twcrn the rxti-noloii scnlre of the ncrlculturnl collece nml the mil' nml hul.iiinlry Ollloii. 1 The .lE-rlul nceiit I the It-mlrr of the nnlinnldiili uork In the stnte. It . Is his duty to i.mtlilo technical In strurtlmi for the rluh liicmlicrs; to pnnlile siinMlvini or hxnl leniler. nrnl to train them mi Hint the) may lm nn the Information In the ini-inl.. r. . In some cnes the iluty of orpinlslnt the .le cltll.x falls tn the lot iK the state ncnt. nhlle In o'her states the ' stnte leailer of p-ncnil ililli ork ami his staff nttcml In the organisation. I Ite works with nml Ihniuch the comity j ngent force nml innki-s ue i.f uih i local IcntleM us lire nviillahle. lie l.ro- ! Ji-cts his lslon of the work Into the' mlmla nf the local li nilcrs uml throiich 1 them Into the lles ami mliiiN of the' incinlierK. lie must Imimrt his lifli- 1 nlcnl Infonniitlnn In terms Hint can he i tiniirrstnoil hy the lix-al liwltrs nml nppllnl hy the niemlx-rs. lie nii-etn the wwlne linxilcM of the state ami s.x ks to win their apprornl, sui.tn.rt, nml nw.perntlon. Ills work must he eoie1 strurtlve nml must strike at the swim VETERINARIAN. Answered Promptly Day or NIM. Phone 317. KENTUCKY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, . KENTUCKY. (JIVE MK A TIMAU Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST I.ANCASTEI1. . KENTUCKY. Offlce oter Slormes Drue Store. Hours 8 12 a.m. I -t p.m. 7:3i-'Jp m. Members ef Pig Club and Reiult of Their Work. hiibiimlry pn.Wetns of the Mnle. lie will plan nml nrninw for the stuli utile rxhlhlts. Juilsltur rontests. ete Ho llts meinlicrs on Uielr fijmiH nml Helps tliem sole their prohleins. llei mmluctn ileiiK.nitriitli.iix. simple In nu ture, jet ifTectlre In n.hlnf the prulf leins of the inciiilicrx nml tin nilulla. Ills uork must win the support of the parents or tlio rucmbvnt If It Is tn ln successful. The Imlhldunl effort nf the uueut wnuhl ucwnipll.h little worn It not for the plemllil co-operntlon extemlil hy tlie i-xteiikhui forces, hy the haul.. its ami liuslness nun, hrix-ilers, l.icnl Interested piniple, etc. The work coeds hecnu-.e the usent multiplies his Inlluencii through nil the co-operutlus miincles. The pli; chili has not only sllinuliitiil the ilemniid fnr lietler linx-illni: Mock, hut also has hceii the iiiciiiih of In- IroilucinK community lireeillng or hrviil stnmlnrdlzlni; In innnerous countleM In mrlous Mates where the pure hreil part of the Industry Is practically mw nnu wnere mere wire not Humeri. in lircod preferenreH tn contend with Tho pltf cluh hoys have not only taught uie nnuits, where the Industry Is new. the siiiM'rlorlty of the pure l.red over tho scruh, hut havo taught them that Kwm IndUhlunls hrlnir tood Prices Ilefnre this year," tayn one county agetit, "It wus hard In get n farmer to rtoy 110 fr n good liog; now they pny $50 to !)." In addition to thesii lientfltH tho pie club work Is stimulating pork pro- uuciiuu io an extent extreme y Im portant nt this time, stimulating homo curing of incut through the nrganlxu tloa of "ham and hncon" cluhs, teaches the uietubtm heller working methods. Inspire pig club hoys to lietler work by educational exhibits and Increases their knowledge through Judging con tests. These nro In addition to the Indirect results, such as uwukenlng n new spread of comradeship between fttber and son and the leaching nf Intelligent borrowing and good busl. nes methods through the financing of members by banker. NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, CRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEINC SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LAWN nntl GARDEN. ntlX lllu.lr.lr.l Cslatog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmcyer&Sons LEXINGTON. KY. JOHN WHITE k CO. LOUMVILLI.KV. liberal ssserlmeat and full vsluo psld MRS Hide sas) stasia BOOKKEEPING Butlneis.Phoaoortphy TYPEWRITING sod TELEGRAPHY fta I'rtnilUBi ha tw of tiiwrWsM In mrr 4 tiMklDst ttialttxs, ktM sj ? sHKlft.kf SVia Uimi WILII1II R. liHITai.LmlfiM,Hn isYillDR A.tUl Recognita Vslue of Canals. The rnnnl syMem In Chlnr Is the most extensive In the world, with the im.slble exception nf llollmid, Wher ever the lay of the land permits the Chinese hnve mndn n rnnnl. Thus they ore ennbled to carry the product of their labor to market nt n minimum expenke. POSTED Tho undersigned hereby give warn Vig to nil persons not to trespass upon tmr land; for any purpose whatever is we will prosecuto ull offenders to liio fullest extent of tlio law. Hunt ers nnd fishermen especially tako notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, It. U Elkin, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. , Mrs. Sarah J. V. Hacklcy, Mrs. Emma IUgglnbotham, Edd and N. li. Trice. B. C. Itlgsby. D. M, Anderson. It. L. Barker