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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 31 1919.
Dally Thought. '''hnlover la, la In It tsflses Just ! doll. 1 Ollly Thought. i)ril without thoughts neTer to h.?., .on ko. ITsmlet. Optimistic Thought. Whii depend upon another taut tibte often dines late. Optimistic Thought The principal foundations of til ststes are good laws and good arms. Success Ccp i" , "Opportunities." . i ' 1 f:hcn, "Is like race Iioo. Par's . ' if plenty of Vin. IV success nf ilo nhk ili'iH-ndi nn plckln' rlfht tine." Flrtt U. 0. r Slump wore l-wiinl 1 ''muster' n curly n 1SI.".. Iml the tit- ofllrtal United States stumps wore Issued to t-l7. Ineredlble. Wife iiipii spy Hint If ' iimlil e ourselves as others sen in, we wouldn' believe It. Tll-l'.lf. Nerves-ofSmell Note. In of tin it-l met hnnlcAl Ira- , : w incuts of tin HC", tin1 bet alarm chrk M still tin' sweet perfume of i v nj hum and crrs. Toleilo Hindi?. The Truly Wit. Hi Mint Imi nhtiilmsl tiny nmnunt of knowledge f imt truly wise unless lu Appropriates It nml ran use It for hts need. Dr, John Ilrown. Otltcat Anemone. Anemone mean "nlndflnwrr," nml I Mi called hecniiso It Is iu delicately kIs.mI Hint It swnj Willi tlii- lightest motion nf the ntnmsphcrt'. w Sex Difference. When It li 11 mull Retlliiir u set of 'nl-e teeth, ho In nfrnlil lip Is lint ko. ins tn he nlilf tn rut with them; If If Is n Miimnn, the In nfrnlil she will not In' nble tn talk. Houston I'ost. Kldd a Nt,. The redoubtable i shout 200 year ue stood on the prviMi' 11 t'rarl street. New Yin-', t ity Not Dont In That Rtckless Way. .Mliuli'ii Courier "A few jenrs nga Mr. spent $2..V) for in!vir!l.lnc without ilrmvlni! miv crowd tn his I Mure, n he Is cnmlnonl thnt It education the Only Road. I",,"",'t l'r."-H"ton Transcript. I'dilofitlnn nlnni" can conduct u to t cnloyinciit which Is nt once best Chanct for Inventor!. . nuiillty and' Infinite In ipinntlty. ' . ,,rw ,,f JIO.ikni I, offered tiy tli 'nrnre Mniin. Wnliiut tinmen' iissislallon tn nny 'one wli" Mill Invent ii satisfactory ma- P.-mlv n-tnv.nt. I chine for branding the shell of em-h "Contentment." roi.unk.'d Milnbone. t i:nsll.-l walnut In a erly $10,000,000 "nm n middy thine; ile only trnu-!cr"l'-'dl lived Me 'limit It N lt' kin' n' Imliil to 'tln-1 i.ii'e that puMi from Jes' plain larlness," nos- i. 110-121 .ton Transcript Seek to Retain Old Friend,. The ears have taught some sweet, ;!!. hitler lessons none wiser than I lilx: to pend In nit things else, hut of hi friends to he most miserly. 1 ell. Only Action That Counts, "t nln' pt nn lime." ni'd t'nele Khen. "In listen tn ile mall ilut tells me 1 ain't npiirerlutetl, tmlt -t he kin .step forward hit onelf nn' glinmo a liettrr Job." Hut cal Taite. Compiler "IS i tni ii new nine that's limiiiil tn innke n hit." Concert MnnnciT "Any scum In It!" "Nmie nt nil." "Any fun In Hi" "Nt hit." "Any muli' In ItV "N'nt n iinte." "(J'llle rlcht! YniiSe pot u "nore " Taking Up Our Time. Siiinellme e are colni; to flpire op how many hmirs n tlay of our telephon llij time Is ileotiil tn lNtenlnc patient ly to sweet nlie mijIiib Hint they kiinw they oiicht not tn i1lturl us at nur work. Ohio State Journal. Woman's Bralnleit Age. .A wnmnu'H hrnln miches Its crent est Height nhimt the nee nf twenty fiw, while In the re nf n man, thM ihw'H not iMvur nnlll ten jearn Inter. This exilnlns the iiertlm that n wnninii nt the iiL'e nf tni'iily-nne Is In n Letter uiltiin tn die n matured Juilcmeiit Hum n man lit the smile ace. Solomon's Fountain. Vllter from Kins ulnumii'H ''Sealed Kmiiiliiln." M'en miles from Jeru snlein. Is (niiM')i'il tn the i lly lhrnui;ti liiiHlern Iron plp.'S part of the ay, nml the remainder ef the distance hy nil nnclitit liili ewiiy known ns Solo mon's Hlplelltlct. A Little Girl's Problem. J Dog, of War. The f.ilher nf ii little clrl I know Isj On July -S. 1S.1S, Ccnerul Znrhnry i WetluKllst, nml her mother nn Kpls-1 Tajlor, nftcrwaril president nf the mpalhm. and the poor child never! l'nlted States. riiUcled the cmern liinv.s. tn saylns her prny.'rs. nlietlierl i 'i nt to funil-ll him with hlimdhniind 1 1 end them with "A-ineii or Ah I ien." P. W. Howe's Monthly, i i.i he ucd In limit I ii i; the Seminole In I dlans of ITorldn, lie was furnished I v.llh the doss. Monkeys Hard to Train. I Performing mnnkeys selilnm live 1 more than a few months. Mnny of them die of frltlit while lielnc trained, and It Is consequently iieceary for trainers to keep larKe numher nf tinlmul iinderstiiilles. Very Old Banknote. The loncest time durlnK which Long Railway Tunnel. The Iniiui'-t railway tunic I on th American conllncut Is i!ic !!i.j'" I'as tunnel mi Itie linckv Miiuutn:n ill'lslnn in the Cau.iillan I'acllle line, whli h I- ilii' miles In leiiirth nml runs under Ml. Mncihuiahl. In the Selklik rame. It was iiiiiMrm led nt a out of a more than K10.0iai.0iM. Irenus tn Its note has remained outside the ltanki" "MB ' " "" ' ' " " ' i',irinri i 111 h n ... f el on the I Itclihurtf division nf the . .w ... v. ...... ... .J,,. . St..l.. I' ...11.. In llill'll ,X .UillUt- IIIIIMIU t T4 111 f I 111 und It Is computed that the com- I iiind Interest ilurlnir thut loim ierlod mouuteil to no less than li.lI). li'iiKth, uus America. the hincest tunnel In Didn't Quite Understand. Utile John und his mother were vlsltins nt the minister' home one day, when John picked up n Testa ment from the tahle. The minister' wife said: "Yen inut net piny with that hook, tor It Is tlml's hisik." A week Inter, while lit the minister' hniue ncnln. he sjihsl the hisik and jnldt "Why ihs'sn't llml come and Ret Ills honk" Guarded Natural Retources. "Tlie Indians nf Kentucky," ay fir Clark WNsler. "were In the hahlt of I'l'rnlnc nn forest ureas reculnrly r.s to provide pnsttira;:t fur the hiiffalo. thus enticing him to remnln In the rountry." Apiln, the Indlnns llvlue In the recions where wild rice crows, were ohscrved to take certain precau tions to protect the rice heils, even to facilitating their crowth." 9 Public Sale of Farm Having purchased another farm, I will sell at public auc tion my place on the Poor Ridge pike, five miles from Lancas ter and known as the "Buck Carter" place, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 9th At Ten o'clock rain or shine. This farm contains as a whole about 106 acres, with the following improvements: Dwelling, two story, six rooms and two halls, and another practically new Bungalow, containing four rooms, good front porch and splendid cistern at the door; Three good tobacco and stock barns, capable of holding about nine acres of tobacco; and all necessary outbuildings. The farm is well watered, with everlasting springs and wells, suitable for tobacco, corn ductive, being sand stone land, est qualities of tobacco. , The farm will first be sold 9 Q and other grain and very pro the kind that brings the bright- in two tracts and then as a whole, the one bringing the best price, being accepted. Tract number one, contains the main dwelling and about 66 acres of land, with stock and tobacco barn. Tract number two, will contain about 40 acres, with Bun galow, tobacco barn and other improvements. Possession given January 1st, 1920, or sooner if arrange ments can be made. Purchaser will be given seeding privi leges this fall. This farm will absolutely sell without limit or by-bid. Those desiring to look at property before day of sale will be gladly shown over place. TERMS of the sale will be announced on that date and will be liberal. Stephen L. "Walker. Phone No. 329-Y. Lancaster, Ky, Route 3. CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. ma i f i r ill. INUTU'MAN SIX i ff??"??!"fl,f"J""?"-?'I???????n The Perfected Six IN order to fully appreciate the puccesn Lexiiiuton lias achieved in perfect inn the lependal)Ie six cylintlcr type of car, one must take the wheel and observe The smooth, silent starting; the quick c,et-away; the rhythmic; flow and ebb of power, highly rcsxmMve to your wish; the emergency brake that operates with one finger; the complete confidence and rest fulness one enjoys whether taking a hill on high or inching through traffic. Let us demonstrate this remarkably good car it i: a tound investment. ........ . ....... a . tt .t ..ik tail fli iillitl'tt I 81 MARION D. JOHNSON Lwlngton Motor Company Conntravill. Ind.J 0. S.' A. Street Hats of Much Distinction To Drlvs Moths From i Pltno. When moths ji't lnto n plmm Ih' hl'st inrniis of Ji-rllnt tlirin Is to tnslc iii n nihliiri' of tur'nlloi', hm tollnp nml oil of InTrmlrr. sml ,iiilrt this Inslih' tin' liistriimrnt nllh n rnt trny. t'so m-mii mrt of iH-n-sol I ii- tn onu of luisiillnr; uihl n few lros nf Imrmler to ruth ounce. The Husband In Chirgt. Wife- -"("oiislilerlnB how Ions !' I'i'iii n mix, I think you might hui' mnile soni jirermrs'tlons to riii'le iiie," llushand "Yon do me Injns. tliv. my ilenr. I hne hail the llhrary nml 1'iirhir Ihorimclily rleninsl 11 n-1 iilreil," Servnnt (Interrnptlnc) "I'lense sir, the iniiii hns inine with n hurnw for them ennily iMitlles." A Nincompoop. "Ninri'iiiisMii" Is ii most entirely nt Mflin; nml rellmsl mi of uilllni: n lrini n fiMil or htm Vhinil or n slin l.letoii. It s n nirriii'lloii of the Ijitln I'h'n nun niiiiMis miiills' not Miutnl nf mlml. Ileslili's helni sntlsfj'. Iff nml n llmil It hits a rlassliiil orltftn 111 nihlMhiii. Huts of hiich elilllslte lllli'M us tluiho that nro iilitunil here irovf that in tailored huts, uhoo nil elm', tho llno'H the think' Willi Hhlili to ciitrh the fnney of the chic AmerUnii ami ull her iidinlrerH. Thno graceful haHK, two of tlieiii IiiivIiik nlinnileuu, Mirtruy three widely illtTerent ntles, nml eiitll iniih:ivlz,'S Hint hlinilldly of Irlm liiliis Is ii virtue In street hills xome t lil nt; that they ciitmot nrToril to lunori' All of Ihi'KO lulls lire of hlai'k llsere, ii hoft hut hrllllant hrnld, nml nil of them reveal the iinotentii'ioi of sewing, whkli Is n irety clmrneterlstle nf tho styles. This roiiKliness, or "hiimiii' ness," us It has heen culhsl, Is much uilmlreil. These hats nro design suited tn youiiser matrons. The ery silrlted iihhIi'1 ut tho right has u narrow lirliu, enlltless of i-urM'S or rolls, nml Is fuoi'd with reie K'urKette. llaiidi of fancy lilnck hralil unnder iirniiiul und over Its rroun, Ilut that uhlili rliilius In stant ii il nil ri li tr attention for tills model Is tho effectiveness of hii feullf er trlmmlne. Two funs of Imitation Kourn ure mounted ut tho hack. They' remind one of u proud urnl Kniceful crest such at nature places on tlu Leads of heautlful hlrds. Th hat ut the left has a soft crown of satin anil a sweeping hrlm of llsere, inouuted on deep haudeau. The brim looks as If It were set on u sutln cup, A long, curved quill ut gljrcerlued ovirlrli makes u wonderful trlmmlnir, J foTlowliiK the itrueeful runes of the, hrlm und leiiKlhenliii; Its lines. The hut helow Is one of Hie new ! hanilenii hats with hrlm rolllni; up- i ward nt the left nml droppim: sharply at Hie right. Thero Is simm'HiIiii; very I roguish mid ilei ldiilly i hlc In lids I driHip over lh rlirlit eye. Some wns has ulllrined thut tin' ladles lire weur lui! only olio i)e this M'iimoii, und somelliiies hotli ell's ure ulmost lost In the shallow of c-luv-littliiir. ilnmpllU hrlms. Hut In spite of this i luinulni; eei'i'iilrlclly, the hut ileturisl Is n tllif iillled model with three Kljrerlneil os trich plumes nt the hack. Ornaments of Ribbon. Itll'lion, from tho widest lo the liar rowest, Is used ullh churmlni; eflis't In tho simplest of ha? decoration. There are ull sorts of nspietllsh cock, udes und oilier oruumeuts made In narrow rlhhou, whllo lurpi, perfectly Ilut hows lire applied in croups to tho crowns of lioth lurtte ami small hats. Sttel and Iron, Sli el Is a kind of Iron which ran iii-.'v he luimmcrctt nut thin without craeuiiig nml eiiii he mndo cMrcmcly hard hy helm: hentisl nml then cisihsl utcklv. It Is different from ordinary Iron Ikciium- of the umoimt of curium In It. Wrinicht Iron coniilns loss mr hull than seel und so It cannot he Mndo mi hard; cut Iron contiilns mori' nml so Is hrlttle. Many Apron Effects. Kuuiuier dressV's show u number of uproii effects. Tliese nproniunlcs, sometimes lu tiers shaped like u alu son's uproii, ure trimmed with frills beuds, plultlni, tare, etc. Deaf and Dumb Language. Tim llneji Inpedlu Ilrltannliii snyst "We have coiitersnl hy situs with ilcuf pisiple from ull parts of the llrll lh lles, from P'runee, front Norway mid Knilcn, I'i'lanil, I'liiland, llnly. Iliisslii, Turkey, the I'nltedlSlntes mid found that they nro Iml 1 u uoild- nidi melius of couiuiimliiitloir . . . Ilcuf pisiple In America converse with l!is Inilliins with i-iise, therehy how lntr how tint unit the L'iicrHllly of een del Kpee slaus ure." When Tcbieeo Was Taboo. In 1IJIS Hie Massiii liu-cils ceuernl court orderisl, a nrlliT iniiiinents, "that lui man shall take liny tol.accn nllhlii '11 ies of any house, or so pear ns may eudmu'er tho mi ." In 17HS nn net nils passisl fnrlilddlin; th cinrjhiK of lire tliiouuh the streets ei- eit In ii niMTnl vessel, smokllik'. or huiliiK In one's sis.sesslou 'uiiy.llslited pipe or sejiur" lu Ihe streets or on the nhai)M'S. The pcnnlly was i. If the olTitiiler was In a ropewulk, Hid ully uus from to This pro- hlhllloii of 17US wus not repealed until 1SS0. - r u..