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The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 3 1 , 1919
5 After you eai alwiyi tak en yarn AOMwma IniUntlr relitTcs HMitban, MaU dCtuy FWfef. Stops food fourlne Trrwatln, and all stomach mlaariea. Ail. Jiinlii eW eiwjilll. Kes eteraacli It. t McROIlKRTS. Lancaster, Ky, NEW FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For Dittribation ' Moru than JO farms deM-rllml. (Jet jojr name on our inalllnr. list it once. Semonin - Goodman Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky ANGUS LAND 'STOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen An gus Cattle for salcfanytlmc lllier few ittiy nUe Also rffji: lerni l'nliiiiil China Hoils. II iji type A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. UmciiMcr. Ky HHWMimMIMWW Dr. J. W. WEBER CHIROPODIST FOOT 00CT0R Ollicc Gilcher Hotel, Danville, Kentucky. ) : t t Southern Optical Co. : ... 0 Manufacturrra of Perfeet-Fittlng 5 SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES t 1 Kryptoks Artificial Eyes t IniUlhlp lllfocul Una $ I z I J 4th & Chestnut Sta., LOUISVILLE, KY. POSTED The undersigned hereoy give warn ng to all persona not to trespass upon sur lamb for any purpose whatever M wo will proiecuto all ollendcrs to Ihu fullest extent of the law. Hunt er nnd fishermen especially tnko notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips. R. L. Elkin, Mra. Kmnia . Daniels, It. U Arnold. Mrs. Saruh J. P. Hackley, ' Mrs. Kinma lllgginbotharo, Kdd mid N. 1). Pricn. S. C. I!lgby. I). M. Anderson. It. I- Darker H. I Kclley. J. C. Rltiby. n 4aaPaaaH PROTECTING HORSES FROM STABLE FLIES Source of Keen Annoyance to Animals In Hot Weather. Moit Logical Method of Abating Nul. . aance la to Eliminate AM Breeding Placet Coal Tar Spraya Are Recommended. 'Prepared l.r Hi ttnllxl Pl.t.. Depart int of ArTleulturr.) . HIiiMb film nre ii source of keen nn noyanre In work animal during IIih I lii-itt nf Mimini-r. Kvery owner who has tli." welfare (if (lip ilumli beasts ii t lu-iirt flu. ulil strive to alleviate ni fur 'iii possible the dlcnmfnrti to whlih j Hip hor.os nrp i-xpo-n-rl. 1 Hie moat loglcnl mrlhnd of nbnllng I Hip fly tiul.iinrp Ii to illinlnalp nil hr.-i-dlng plan-s, surh ni manure piles. .M.itmri- should I,.- kept n fly-tiuiit pit-, or IiIiih unlll fin-ti Mm.- ni It rim Iip IiiiiiIhI to Hip flclde, -t IH,lil he ntiit-nlently Inrntol si, th,. munurp at be t-nalljr thrown In nt Hip time "f i leaning iiinl mi imiMructcd Hint It in hp readily reinmi-d. It . ri- t al Hint files lip pretentod from reach ing Hip tnnniirp. Iiut, ns mump of Hipin mil, .-im tlidiich cri-nt ear.- l exir Led, It . ndilaahle to plnrp 11 Ily- ' trnp on Hip pit. Hie ouil-inr M"iys tited In romhat Ing Hip fly i-ill In Hip iliilry stable ore iiImi iillrii-tit In driving Hip winged k-i uny from tin- hnr.-i. Anions Hip best of these Ih ii solution of KM part, of llli nil, .rim purls of oil of tar. iiihI I pnrt of crude rnrhnlle nclil. It may be pr.pnre.1 nt home at n rot of nlHiiit touts n gallon. This spray, as n oil ns ki-rriM-no omul. too nml nth. r fly rrpellnnts containing ronltar products, fi oil, resin, nml oil of tnr, aro Im-.i applied with ,m Im-xpt-nili fpriiy pump. It Ii prefprnlilp to give the horse- n tinny .praying early each morning l..fiire tlo-v go In work. ThU lirlinr. Im-ii ri-Milt-i from Hip ue nf the fly i rmlliiitor. Tor si-m-rul romfort of tlip wort unlmnli uli.-n tln-y rump from Hip Held lit nlclit It l-t ii'comiiii'inN-il Hint after Hip Imrni-i-i li.n .ppn rnmovril rnfh nnlmnl lip clvi-n n hponro hath with M-liltl-iii of itx-l m water. In rnne tlierp are inly work cnlli or nhnuliler Min-n, Hiop Injurli-i nhoulil Iip trratml Hllli uliltp lotion, nhlrh l one of tho mmt lieiillnc nml ooHilncprfpanitliini of H klnil for iiv In Harm weather. STORAGE LOSS OF POTATOES Farmeri and Dealert Aro Preventing Enormout Waito by Building More Improved Houtet, (ITn'itM hy Ih tlnltfil Ktatrs Dfput inrnl of Aicrlrultur.) Iinirtancp of miMlern Hwcet potato ftoniKP lioiiv-i, urli ni limp heen Op-flsni-l hy tin- Unltpil StntPH ilppart ment of ncrli ulturo. In whlrh potatoei run ho kept with priictlcally no Ion. Ik houn hy Hip enonnoui uute rvautt Ins from Impmppr torni:p. South Interior of Satisfactory Potato Storage House With Earthen Side Walls. Carolina In I'.H", l' iiut- of dln-nse In I he Held nnd In storngp, Imt GO per cent of ItH eroi that portion being mined at $l.tlsU0. , This state produces nbout 12.5 per cent of Hip meet itntoes raised In tho Unlte.1 Stiiti-x, nnd t ho crop ranks: , fourth In the state In value, being nur- 1 paused only hy cotton, corn, nnd tohac ro. Storage loc-es throuch tho South , n being gri-Htly reduced, n tho farm rri nnd dealers an- continually build- ' Ing both community and Individual Htonife hoin-ex of tho Improved type. LOSS OF VALUABLE MANURE n One-Half of Plant Food Valuo Lost I When Left In Open Yard Dur. Ing Summer Months. i Stnniiro left In the onen yard through ' the smnnier months may loso one-half I Is plant-fond niliie due to fermeuta- . lion and li-uehlng. Untied manure nhlrh has been saved carefully will bo richer In plant-food elements, ton for ton, than fresh manure. It re in I res one and one-half to three tons of fresh immure to make n ton of rot ted manure, which Is reduced greatly md tho total quantity of plant-food element" also Is decreased by fer mentation and exposure. Kxeept In ipeclal ruses and for rerlaln crops or iirdenlng conditions, there Is no ad vantage In roltllig ho manure; bet ter apply It fresh from tho stable be Cora toy loss occurs. Phone No. 66. JUDSON. Mr. IIukIi Simp.on continues very ill. In. Hobcrt Simpson who has been very sick is better at this writiiiK- .Mr. nml Mrs. Kelix Ijinc spent Sun day with Mr. nml Mrs. James Foster. Homer Hill has returned from over m'u anil is visitini; frit-nils at Juilson. Mr. anJ Mm, Milo Simpson spent l'riilay with Mr. ami Mrs. Jas Foster. Mls Virginia II. ltay spent Satur day with her sister, Mrs. C. It. Nay lor. Mr. nml Mrs. William Itlack spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Tom Pol lard. Friends are ;lad to know that Pvt. Homer Humphrey has returned from overseas. Miu Hernicc I'ay spent Tuesday with her cousin, Miss I.ovie Ilrown of Iluckeyc. Mrs. John Simpson spent Monday with her daughter. Jits. Cronley Hardwick. Mr. nml Mrs. Melvm 'Parson enter tained n few of their friends Thurs day evening. Mr. ami .Mrs, Virgil Wallace of Lexington spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. Andy Adams. Miss Macic Walton spent last week with her sister, Mrs. William Uroad- FARM for I am in position to offer you privately one of the very best farms in Madison County, located 8 miles from Richmond on good pike, good new six room dwelling, new stock and tobacco barns, housing room for 25 acres tobacco and land now cultiva ted to nil, 90 acres corn, 30 acres meadow, about 300 acres ex cellent blue grass, with cattle in the field and everything in fine state of cultivation. Will price this one for immediate possession or will sell for January 1st, delivery. If one or two good men want to buy a farm that will make money and one that is now ready to plow, call or write, or come to see me and I will show you something worth while. DddgeBrother5 MOTOR. CAP will be sold in Lancaster and Garrard County exclusively by KINNAIRD BROS. dus at Richmnnd. Mrs. William Spoonnmorc nnd Thursday with her parents, Mr1 nnd Mrs, Henry Crimes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kason, Mrs. Cecil Doolin spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. William Ilakcr. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Kay gave a very delightful Fish Supper to a few friends Tuesday night. Mr. 0, N. Hay was called to the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Larkin Hicks, of Urodhend last week. Mr. and .Mrs. U L. Matthews, Mr. and -Mrs. Wm. Simpson made a pleas ant trip to Cincinnati Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson of lEichmnnd were the guests lust week of Mr. and Mrs. Kobcrt Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Haybum day with Mr. and Mrs. James Foster, burn spent Saturday night nnd Sun and M;sses fiencva and Kuthryn Hay- Mr. and Mrs. Hobcrt Simpson en tertained nliost.of friends Sunday in honor of her SStli birthday. An en joyable day was spent nnd friends departed wishing here many more happy birthdays. Messrs James Kason, Ollie and Daniel Muck had n narrow escape Saturday afternoon when Mr. Kason lost control of the car which ran into the fence in front of T. S. Hcndren'a. Luckily no one was hurt but the car was badly damaged. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. eoa-(SOf Lancaster, Ky. A. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky, BRADSHAW MILL. Miss Nancy R. Pearson spent the week end with Miss Linda Sanders. ! Private Walter Hume who has been in France is home as all are glad to know. Mirs Charlotte Ashill who has been visiting Miss Linda Sanders returned home Sunday. Mr. Floyd Snyder ac companied her home. Miss Charlotte Aabill, Mr. Floyd ( Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Sanders and daughter Miss Linda, spent a most delightful day at the family re I union near Moberby Thursday. OncDrop Bourbon Poultry Remedy x'eSfrS? CURES drinking mto iitN f; f ULV LQ4 prevents wnite w diarrhoea, chol.rm and other chkk dliMtet. One 60c bottls make. 12 gallons of medicine 1'lnt boUls. rnca $1.20. makes 1 aallona. At druineliia, or sent or rail pwipaiM. Oourbon Remedy Co., Lealnfton, Ky SALE 1 I W Portrait I By WALTER J. DELANEY e-t-J (CotrrHht, 111, kr the W.il.rn N.--paper Usloa.) Poverty had been bad. slckne-w nurse, stranded, pennlles In a rrrnt rlty, the seeming rrlili of nil fortntip nni to Walter Itlls hut ni noililng fompared with the mcntnl suffering that had come nbout through what makes most souls huoynnt and happy hue. A slrnngp fate seemed to haio for med the pmhltlniis young nrtlt. Hp Ii-.iI cine to Chicago believing that nil kinds of opportunities would develop for brnh and pen. Hli letters to Ids f'Mer Until became more brief, and .-ily occasional. Dispirited and unable ti 'eeitre even the necenrlei of life, l!lif win taken III, dwindled to a mere liimow In n hoipltnl. nnd. weak nnd 'lurlllen, tramped the streets, n sad parody as n enlivnlerent. Hp stood looking Into Hip nlmloiv of an Intit log teMnurnnt at the sumptuous fnro d.'i-pliiyed. when n friendly linnd giap-i; his sholudrr. 'Why, IIIInI" fell ujion his hearing. "The lint tlmp In three yean! I say, Hhiit In the uorld has hapirned to J mil" Whnteier It n, Hugh Wonlen ills eemed that poverty had something to In Willi It. He led his old college elm n Into Hip plan- of feasting. II. plietl ltlli wltli what ivni most hh p tUtng. .Sow then," Iip said, "tell lis nil iit i.i.t It," and with sympathy and genu ine Ititcrp't W.irilcli INtelied to the pu-ll.-ll.- recital. "We'll mend till this," he pnxhilm p! I.pnrtlly, "Luck has trentiil me better. (ienennii hearted. Impulsive Hugh Worden nteant pvery nord he said. Within n eek Itlls found htm. lf In Mulled In n pretty studio with two II v It g rooms adjoining. "I nm going to Introduce you to n Mis Kva Illinois tomorrow," said Worden one day. "You arc to paint her portrait. "That Is your flanceej" nsked IHNs. "Hardly that. She Is n young lady I think n great deal of, nnd who I believe likes me. I went to her par ent' when I knew that Cupid had de livered n fatal dart. Neither her fa ther nor mother discouraged me, hut I they Insisted that no actual engage ment should materialize for n year. I want to prevent her portrait to her mother on her birthday." Kva Dubois flashed upon the vision of Pllss the following day, a mnrv.l of loiellness and grace. From Hip llrst moment he realized that the Im pression made upon him by this fairy creature would remain while-life last I ed, I There were n number of sittings. Sotretlmes Worden was present The I outlines nnd main essentials of the pot trait were secured, miss was to have n month to All In details, lie had sent for his sister Ituth, nnd one dav i-he came, a sweet, busy little be ing, delighted to reach Hie acme of hrr ambition as houiekeeper for her Idol ized brother. Worden was there when Ituth nrrlved. Itllss found out n little later that Worden made all kinds nf excuses to visit the studio after that. Later, passing one of the living rooms of the suite, ho wns amazed, confound ed to overhear Ituth and Worden In eernest conversation. Their tones vi re low nnd loving, nnd Worden was telling his companion how fervently he nnored her. IllKs had Just completed the portrait f MM Dubois nnd It had heen framed cud sent to her home. Only an hour, pevlous Worden had told him cheer ily: "Ka l nnxlous to have you call nnd decide on tho best light position for Hie portrait." ltll.s wn In n ferni.nt. The ap parent ill-loyalty of his friend, the fact that his sNter had seemingly fallen In love with him, the sad con iletlon that he wns about to see Miss Dubois for the lat time depre-'Mtl nnd eruheil him. ltyn sen nut he was shown Into the room at the Dubois home In Mhlch stood Hip portrait. With deep emotion llllss ilewed the picture. Ills soul was In his cies. his entire oe that of a person struggling with emo tions of no ordinary nature, nnd so Kin Dubois construed the presentment us she entered the room. "Will you kindly go to the library and see papa," spnko Kva finally. "He will explain some matters to you apper taining to the picture better than I. And I will wait for jou here." There wns added to the strange events of the duy n final amazing dis closure for the joung nrtlt. Sir. Du bois (old hlui that he wUhed to pay for tho portrait, as Hugh Worden and his daughter had decided to terminate their quasi engagement. "A good fellow, Worden," spoke Mr. Dubois freely, "hut he seems to he surer of n new attraction than my daughter, who, while a good friend toi 1 1 1 in. seems to have been that only." Kvu Hushed when IIII.s came buck t her. Neither referred to Worden ori Ituth. Kin Invited llllss to her moth-' er's birthday party. She scenied to en- courage the devotion ho felt for her. i He sjioke to Ituth nnd he had a plain. clear talk with Worden, hut tho latter was so deeply In lovo this time that nothing would do but a speedy wed ding. And, agreeably and willingly. both llllss nnd Kva wero present at the ceremony, and when they parted that night Wultrr llllss fully knew that he wns the real first love of the orig inal of tbu beautiful portrult.