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JL i ii i sse j If TO .1M9AM desa waVa Mated laywma Manaay aotm tar mt wnr "7 I u iwitot tha 10UMO sea Mr.HjraarrMw yajpnit afiar m fnV19 amrHeanseM far ttte CKAatmaa bH- ft! raeM 'anisl .as $m.U9 do8.i Durinar oMfa1lat ta bar avr mare this rplftc op )mmtyear 1.04 Hastue defrswere mt- tha ImprawWn new la that e. wfci room ptotmWt .Krade af laaf a Mie ftaata hiUefl ad, 8,2-1Hnheense dona hn- dwnifej ta ha wrthba' anbe nyrW neat weak lrwWaVT Mn4ay rafftaaajl --WaaHwe nnd; bwttly mm dens hiHed and e&eritmjtra ra inint Wei Jval of ayaajagAya of M najML'-AUUn8.Jfl nnlleenaan dona MHed. Taxes hale fthjl tha, afreet Make good wer,paMyMi sl8 kennehi. Jneindma; 1 Mm n- - and iwpaaoefri a(t that nrcea will wm ami '$mu nMnv aat, iew days. rra t&i JWUhy mm!Um of JU4t dtfte. Conalastsnir of AxriaaiHnre Ca Only the inferior grades have been Im eteitiHc fayBMt tV! iy of hen baitaeaa ikat.lkn muU ua. if n He5 jhPsSmJ iftiiC'attwAH IviifH aiiid LirAVa muIJ.h erjbefoer fsltaS ta list dagt f aXJaJaawXaa t Kaaaa jmf. 1 ajajnti iiana il Friday, DaeamWr it, tha market dt- juto Mtfthtftil ytrUHUBlt oral ad heeraitea ran up aver W.0 MaW h akght" tandaney to "recover htsMen shenldWnwered thajathe few majfr be better enfereed. ta piWioWwigrof tha ak week Ha Prtf ftwwi :WeMMiy vfplwff by is abo of fhe opinion thataherifts Mr. Marr whtfcnnl. at httf iHeftty in thM'O M mark arc Bfitltaarrsnida ffriaga shaedd be a Me wad n fee or impaunl in and MkH Intf fVr tn lint iMk Mda Taaheap It aMM raMn aowB on c ina; nnNaensed deajs turmU as lieens-a- d beay)iaKVi lltlf jkdiiJI for the bal salary MttfchaM laaf raidatered dew. , ra a,K H dfep. tnowmi; a dcHM of a to WjlTO.ai Mt alAB J.a3Li.i. nWliS anaVcW r8a,ytwten M n aheefi ehnwi. Vl8 was haflna' sheep amd. .Xk nary. kwa a a lh MMridWy jk; 1 haw ia wettdni; taifta a. nottnd. t Pty4fdj warn an more been kifed thatTyoar. Un DeeeSM- to rhanniftK rPMU if fee vrk'i oi.l KadMly, .A tnW lead at ,tKi and ranta. abound anlavr grttUfa (er tSis maaMr1Ml 4hr Hfwa njoy4 hy reaJir aanvinae antfana and dnaiagMTtaaf. hardest Mi of aHJ beanofJMBad yaar bat 84E shaep have and the eklnH nnwHiRt raaaove etr traaknom. thaaTM a on the to Uj.9 ll. aeme TMwfWwwtnic the af k Munda andtbHyer ahowtnx MMr WflNe . tint naat whoa aaata-- Delightful Dmncnt. r fTTir " -- y""' i" nrir mi hrtf ifaHfaw inofn PWv SSMOO tndHaaelinC . : dagekw pta-- Vktar Bertfar who waa eeetH nimMxev j. la lvr jk 6 a " kL w.4- J a Ia the. -r'niirrrnaig nj Crlawsi w reaenMr wwaae with only o eleated from, his dieerkt, kvt week a majority of 4999 vatea orcr, ---- , - rtao-laaa- A aW. 11 i mirfr'. , This throws the oaaMan Ma sit InWte lttKtfca hf RepreaenUtWea Bp t that feodyT 'A ThefrSa that tha V 4 rlitiaa Wef7hd ax- ) him a second lajtnKy and right to f5.t Iftttelk Int xa-Mtf- Plantation Horse. MW. R. OaWMrfhaeed 1 a a t- .jk- Al.f" InlU, pWat V'tTsllnmnflllif wKwwvl kwl IhMU llnj BfsBJ Mgn ptaltUMan' paid 999. Mr. CaeJc wiH 3Mtbe hofi ferl hone to Butler. 0a. New Location1. eetuiHbjrJirs. Pi heUae 4iMWr vwdMC at 'Mr TWm htimUw Atari iNi aaMl ; tiw MO nanndn at M aanU; MS baapitatity af Mm rkMMT avac at eeftsiJaf lufnda at M eanta kaataM-war- a Lartuty. iva yonnoa at rm aania. Mlatat Mneh hai been written aver the p MM Mir V"tI"s. stnto a boat or the wandanul Lanin Nei toM ebe faay((; M r1 (Mil amJ luiK JKJ, fawtk Dawdaa, A84kPW 4loai JHwstfeyvHta Ken4icky. ntade an sntallihra dammmJamrta )9aMv af cjr yiad aante; 4a saaajjt at 99 a Bvfl Hit filt aiHl y0m af mahiwewit. naa of kitd.8njt leaks V if ar-: Mmmhw MkWr Lacknft Bryan Ua- - iMtfttk at 99 Mis; 70 poujfc at Si lJna(MarKnHelcya Mrd oounty Km made a record that TheqinraaH afufcws has dir- - nvworthy of nBee. UMMfnAHHMl Old OiKtHa muI dUd reaaaat'tW UHare af) ' Mr. Alex Doty haa Jwt selWOO bas-fctL AM RayloM the ffNoagr im iMdinda at Tf deitU; lie tmeVernr pepsrlr. MTbR" dlatrlet toi nawnds af tebaeco on the lesaj brakes aa hU Ida at tcnte.; Uajadda at 93 waHwniiB1cu coneer-- hMt was ratoed from three aares of WH't WNMC If at In mwaaaarw4j CtiriiiWM Qhiaar tnMecr'ef the Census next nteasared land and "brought a total p; 15 ponnda at ft eanta; Sad work). It fat fOMOdj Mja4r aiKe or ia v. Jlwill tberafare he groatiy of 4,9$4.S0, an average of 73 at W esntat Utft poands at m aaai hf .ita ;aai or taatr itatM gaaw. tm RM iftMkt wiU And anaee ferthk seats a. pound. 4 Thief is ever eMtm 17S poands atr2 cento; whleh will he pubitahed ponnda to the acre, eaeh acre hrlne;1' rmiN m pratttly aaavratal in ir pnwieWat XI rents. M HMThM far (U Jlie tha last week in- - DeefewWr. Chur Bay of Garrard setd tha fl- a f T.Tiiiina xraati ami briHC im parHtfe4 r ntlffM aaiSda at at J ft J aM BraMate aM Cnaey. Ca rrail alaSc: Ml Ca. ENUMERATORS i TpBAOgQRE), That LoosgtjYinnerji ird Brothers . annen . .. navB pevfU utetr oaraaM- traM rooms aa. DanttBe Street, fa aBt," JmiVw' jHMNjnW ApACw1 be aw&l Mh w aafif buasiaAs) RBKfv aVwwwrwli IMfJSIr tl the Dodtrn Bras, ear and f V 1i)h jfdjj . i! M S Mr. I tynd Va aa 16 ft t4 par t09 - heme far several dayi. - TJhj aealdent tBajjakUng in was an itenenal ne his Mr an the pubUc Moare an. W throwing' out Ms' arm."! fortune ta tot Hs arni Krhky and hs&eea iajbad to his J. ' Bwoay had the. baaWinto hto i. 1Ui wHkwd yyr. ,agA MfaajarrdanBa 1 faMP -- am aftbfAafik WWICT awfTTW BHaa WWJi ) I 1 ,'ArJwmW 1 MrSMmmTM and tna aatar aahama. af red and. Vary rasaeetfaliy. - i OT ...t.. ana -- .a, Oao. M. Buchanan, Jr.. a oar cHIcom vk axtaatf' greaft wan aarttad awt The ontka m aanUr 3 at MwaV t aa mi- t 8h. Kg; C tfca aaw year, wfik lanaiw WTaWJ ipallivil Mf BBptw LB pounds at M M pnda at L -jilrir" TWaft Uaw& IUtr Ikst Mt tfttl ka bath limiOT f "Tha men and waned appetdled ta vim"! wt Wrenta. Frw varet rraf. J. W. Cook, of Hnum,, far yaa. Bete. NavW .Ml Bawdw kU tfce rve as enttworatars or Mt rear Ky.. Xr. Jatm K. XaU, of Akiea, Decanntel'CoiMrtn charged haakat. my4. A ILekaMHtd, Iwtuft OMa. Mlfr Lena TjykK ak T 9Jfl lay law wish the eejleetteiKf all faela J r- : .1. i. Mba MaKia CmoW. at Bast Barn-atad- i, nu oe .ui.t iai. .MeeeaMar io .i oik weeeriy im atMHteiiag aM af Ttafe Mr." Krnaat CMwh, af Pb- . ie -. 4 a rhrtnted aajtaus scHMnias wmcr eaan .i...sf .4 a MIm Mary CnaaWrat. af Lan- it 84 eeants -178 nAuJa iiTawwieaR wlH carry' when laaMnkt Ray and M(ai Raa ta aaMar, aanyaa af .th? hha hadoetja-hanf- a pw av aw " v "Wwyiw awjw Bay af t4t LlanMery assigned, t hint. BaH thread Jimaaon sold the faUen J.. yaar. WaH West-Kinnai- rd.' Mid Bake ponnda at 9, at eanta; ar some LJW aeuotta ml M aaata: .1 r ' the fa saUy wno is laa f Kantuakjr'a and Vin(iai lax1 andr Badnbtaan sM the fo4.b 3r"T mU a a.a aM wrhhw wara awMd UwiUht bMkeUi lafl Bennda i 7 compdWt Pb anaW' !fce cenans t s m!mh h. baanta: 1S6 noaaws at a eaalla: M ) BtatWink far all Mw ItJuhaUin T uJL .( aj "T ' arida of Mr. RWt Xianairtl. 'VWWsn HalfaloV'tm aaliUa mt i TA eaaJa: JlIP -- rwr I j, nW In his I. Tha wndiMng alaca in Um a waflwfBwaa WJfffJfBTVaT IT.. M ya craaa tb UMjiwUiiim m aav WWWjfaj! MUM! ittf tba MinaeT 9f rlhtatntsTinT ' ajMRtan. ar yaan It ma VfaMMa. af iae wUBjin ties raani red 4arwwlvf .'.AN Tatars wll carry with them at all Mntea Lijia fell! L MM.l aafuaaMBk &Aoa9 aaaall t r,- - I i i Mm i a A tiaTliT ' jjHafcWI ipajiiipmi r w .! am 1 i XtM WhMnA Waat. af N ymm nnWHnh)i faasn the Maarmra y-- OOUCCO WbaV MUi$v! Oaf IfeMkOri IHiH luoisiajpniii wnien inervwsjt. anw Tn: X'iyo VACUUS. I.h af Mvf York. Mb Mian KKMdf, af to da so. They CakiwMa. S. C. Mim KNaabath OlaW, wfttWM. mri torn ith ImA tin f LancaatuT Ky.v Mia XUaa. OadAy sjiaaaloK Bvnna, af Onrrard eawtty. a iWw dajra haw Uns weat7' . aaa jaardty aa aaaH4 DaBaMa. af Sha&yvUla, Kj-.. MH where lalonsaMfln nacosa CajfamMu He bjkJ"'T;" Matan OaatBaall, Mios fnmtm NamiUl Wit relnMvaa and fitMti. i Jeniad oat the tW4. Maw Dam Win and Sain WUMa Vaan tiJldua; ia tbeXaath Eaataw Mat ar mpowared by mw to fif aaa to fcaeaan fawooa that all of BaainltaB, Va.. wata bildaa- nM an enrrae r aMwtf. There sre waMa. Mr. Jaan OiU Bibalrd wn hJ a Ida bratiMr'a boat mhji and Matani te Maraar. Ha MM IfeU alJkMl thaa litaiV iaaft tm t OUmva. Jninai Nomm, CaarM reaMiasabsy ntMawalvavlMkajhalsfcajf, rT'M nan inai adi ..- -4. f. lai Miiw art af l.ih.rrM a. rkrUlmtaaje Oiaatow, ail of Laantgain, Va., Glaas Mibl Been onawtntosrfa fi uhMw J by aa4 w terlar. T. J. Pnrt. rwl JQttati praoettt from Mt friend, Mr. dlarvw law from pubUskins; or cowntMioat- pHy KavaaawRn and Artlntr Kkiridfa Taur.' a of tha ianaaai Unrinid ing , any . otfoaaMtiesi gbsawad' Htm TtV aaatat ia madal Is Uti ity wora irruomanton. the cwnwe reardat any Inniahtnal of twatad tAco, nVkdto.and ajt, Jjajsa. Tbki oMsetta . w and tie uentanto at x l&ewUa apaUw to aiVd'essem Tf sin ha itait llni w-ifo- jiffi: fnitjntod, with the. Ctnaw da nl Jajewassaat Vejaassa attraetad VJM flhe mlss aw aAMUd n WW i'0Wa7 taafad an nod wmU9 wmm windwavn cwplps afhHnya ,Te IwV sowvanifv to n asawli of VJB wlBBOw OC wMKlswwy C wwwBB cso, iHiinffiatiin aatirahr. Ma asTidh. - -- r sorey rvr.s o. ornwn.-- d tfcat hto litawaJ m Sarra aaatta: IRS tuMiaiia M MT null Mw. v...,, my w4MIPWrae1eai kefuJeafif Jb tteh'i . - V (HI0nfs oMryiwft wrtoV c; lit - J'V REV. MOORMAN Closes Ministry IJore. Rev. ir'R. Maennan, OhHsMan Ohdreh.-'clese- New Produce Jaaaeter has had man Houe, pre-wee hi to have anothe Bailey, whe hewa M Mr. fnriu ia. oj.t. J ' Mr.-Har- i4ta jna. - aMf m i atoj-aaaaj- 'ftof &1 ..... a tk da.'a? Ktlt "Ifc.j, A!LSnfe ERROR -- Uin5JMr MWZ! 44m I iin la Wvvdw lii here the charah foijthe past twa.yedvfc. aWHWfiX nd wBl he. rei parlHjr hk pastSrate here Dr. Mer-ma- n lor Bwmasa to a xaw aays sohaa made many wam.irienda, ns. Xls two handsaw e boya &Mi. net onl tn his 9WH.d enomtnation , hat be jdjt.pdtlnawjiitder the with the'pdelR tot anarf, aH of . BaRev and Sena. whom will ragretrthat he Is to. leave Wikh far their afrsrwimwl . . .. MS. w. aM. He ha th boat wishes . 0 wharavar be inrasel his let and wish . Business Change. far him notMsWMt the Mat in Ms " new- AeM. A business deal af aonaMerabhi tov raeocniUtt af his services, his nertanee ww wnawnatod dnntofc the y, towhMfc Vic' S. Or hare anaentod Mol wMh wnnaamaiwawn atMl enatn. wmor ne pyMkaMI. proprietor i ute muh is of ahd. deeaiy Kratefnl JnWrwwt)wPNI aahi a one half totor to tne wnars. kiheoa atdendid mi Us. to M -.. loa Bhnatie. Geonte looWwVlhsinv ,3hV a. , Win Pty. The new take nnisssaion JanansM ftflaaJttJL tHNt , eTwWraSBBBBJ WWWamwtfnmanj'-STWEWW jMw nroaarty from Menem Akt Winm V, WHIJ Kiiown John T. llkka and H. Jm. and has PaaBae n maee nnwy iraaaw tofg-- s Tin) fW law4r- - nWMnMy Brm and bath Ml we hoai Mtolt fw .thaw yoa1io4w BwthHNiaawweait Qentnc. e a fawJ'vweeka hwHt. kt paster of the this Baa of hinoat, has vaeenteje his ministry wwTsw wfc wwwwwjf sfwTwwrly opaj Bunday night after sepri? sled hv the tSenard anal UnoWea ' HC eafyieneafn ' ek l T w vaitl 1 rtlES IN FLORIDA Danville Cfezen of iwfwwf 1mwJt mkw htMjliK'vwy sawwar 1 swdilanly vi w Cabinet 4er BBJB" w '''aw 11 iirs Paaambar afternoon. Secretary oi Iajtoe. Iwtaddto X. .. a 44k. Dr. Jdkn D. Jaehwn and his lane, to rew 'm BwaiarJ Oettryr vrajsl saw Secretary of Ubw. Wtlttam at menial to InVhsdaide some dnw aoo. I Wihwn. under Hra, ratjta. A u.. avatjawnar wat nw awnm Sorretnry: of dawswrea, V0llaay rottUII was doneV bw hat C. WsJnalas. iwnrned. aiMwaaa k an amipiaas wattat. r, J. W. AnsljniUr. me oiJaM Attoraey Uaswral. Jamw C Me Jn-cn-r Iht'l II ntsS ItV JlJZ itlaawMfV Ufatt WedMMdny ;.Clwi W II '4' bear. .... nn. rwH 1 'M0-awlWa- awChMof' aJswal satvlvlnc, Mr. r. m Btanw mi Gentry 1 iwr aiatara. Pn BBJaswawww) Awat'. WBfwV,1 1 A fKEri. IHT IS?"' aJ- WwW - "Tr II ' 'a . a.-a- l. i pw 11C wajnatwinar hwwumwnnai Hra. A. I J wetLboth reasdto in this county ItU owlmtfy wsno. hn narida. and;tjsa rnnewt ww w bald nawidij at I at Bhs ewirr rmlswhi. - it i. aVBBdB BBBBpHp PP!11b jC .a. I fi-kl--a- i wnl ! wlMtnii aw.aanwnWt jiXiJw 1 wT m Vpw..jkwwwwnwtl i. ti'W W HNMwst - Tkf I at.. J wbjmii B. nMalN Me MBBM- wul Klia Ik vttt ai ipaii aJaaUavlay a ww tha ialtal ity. larf C many twits of aulaH.Mi. Tha . aaMfW ekatB- warir' I tnsl Mbaaam. east, a it to am fa hw' li Hmn t? fy, ifcc- ,- ntve, iT. " JJMjflnWw1 'wwawas'v . rotjtt Spw(( Tha Or. W aimrs Bihik rmtoJUd. BobaH Iwtoww M -- - . . m we hswa a th ' wwawwwfww -jprw 'w BaTbwnv T, fnsa4aaat s-. v!ai UlhV iriwi'-lw- fmm 1 J. , jwwwlaww4aw&. W UiA wapww 'tow mrjwnmwwBw awww 1wwBw. ft MUtl I" wnwl eoBwoWe- fW ep'jW'ywnwfc wwwBT wwanwraewtt ewwwp "BWSw wSwhw "TiwHsJF Thaalutojn. few. wlba toMw tow in lidiltoi fawt flurtwfisl. to hai wsiCwB. Bt Uytotv T. stawt. Tkeaf' ptoawnt nawnwKF ky Mrs. BajstoUHrr. Bvr ww Mleja waiMattv mjmm T Orwsi, irtawii Thn"aLi wswfwljwsTi tmrehasod. wnlv kajl' tWP Xwi'we- - Irw ear .. Ilaw 1 B. ftssmitotrtoye. VM" tPfT akM&kSuBdbs ta 1 The Cei.-a- i Record, Lancaster, BRAD3HAW MILL, Kv , Thursday Jan 1 , 1 920 Window Glass I all sizes. I I Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. I I I ! I flcRoberts DRUG STORE. BUY A HOME oats, potatoes, cotton nnd sugar enne In abundance. Splendid Good roads. schools. Price Any sire tracU from 40 ncres up only J30 per ncre. ATE A N D SOIL ARE NEVER ID L E IN THE HIGHLANDS OF LOUISIANA Term, $0 cash, no further payClimate mild, even and hcnlthful ments for three yenrs, then bil Get nwny from the rigorous nnce in five annual payment. winter. Seven yenrs to pay for land. Soil rich, sandy lonm well ndapt-c- d Writ nt once for further inforfor nil staple crops corn, V II i: UK C L IM mation. S. T. RANDLE CO., 502 Fayette Dank Building. KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON. KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Miss Sndle Prewitt spent the week end with Miss Nancy Sander. Mrs. Daniel East vrns a guest of Mrs. llascom Prewitt Sunday. Mini Jewel Prewitt was the guest of Miss Stella Prewitt recently. Master James Sanders spent the week-en- d with Master Dclbert Prewitt. Mr. Hoy Creech is spending sever-n- l days with Mr. nnd Mrs. Cameron I'rewitt. Mrs. Wnrd on Pooscy Ridge had the misfortune to have her house burn Saturday. Mint Linda Snndirs spent Thursday night with Misses Mnble and Jewel Prewitt. Miss Jewell Prewitt haa been visiting her brother, Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Prewitt for scvernl days. -- iss Mabel Prewitt's school here M at Beech Grove closed Fridny with n nice little entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Casey nre rejoicing over the nrrlvnl of n hand-om- c boy cnllcil Everett Harold. The Death Angel visited the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Butler Sebastian recently nnd took their little baby boy. The Stork visited the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lonsoy Coffee and left n fine boy christened George Kdward. Mrs. Cameron Prewitt nnd little dnughter, Ruth Cnmcron, were guests of Mrs. Grant Sanders Sunday nftcr- noon. Misses Lindn nnd Nancy Sanders and Miss Sndie Prewitt spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. llurton Sanders and daughter, Miss Eliiabcth. -- PANSY BLOSSOM By OLD AGE STARTS Kelanee r that oM age basins with weakened kutnejre and dlgeetlve organs. This btlnsr tru. It la easy to believe that by keeping tha kldntjra and 41 estiva organ cleansed and In proper working ordtr old ace ran be deferred aad Ufa prolonged far barond that an Jorad. by tha average parson. Tor over SCO jreara OOI.n MKDAb Haarlem Otl haa rellevlne; tha weakneaaes and dletbllltr due to ad. la vanclnc nri. It and a atandaid ne horn rtmadjr no 10M) MKtlAI. Ilaarlam Oil la o.orlMa, laatalras rapauUa lnelod In aJwut I droj-containing eaeh. Take tbam aa rou would a pltL with a email MILDRED WHITE. (Cwrlf M. ISIS, W.at.ia Nawtptixr Ualoa) "It Is the pansy blossom," the young Japanese said, "and If you were of Jinan, that should bo your name-Pa-nsy Blossom ; because of tho purple of your eyes, and the thoughts you bring." Vickie smiled. She sat looking down at tho water color sketch which the Japaneso had pis ceil In her hand. "Vou are poetical, Kato," she replied, "and an artist, too. I tlko your pansy blossom, and I like your pretty way of naming women." Vickie sighed. "Kverythlng here Is beautiful enough to tnsplro ono to poetry and art. Knto, can you Imgnlno a lovelier spot? Hie sen sparkling beforo us In the sun shine, and tho tall background of trees, beforo Uio hotel. Ono ought to be happy here, Kato." The girl moved her pretty hand Impatiently. sho touched "One would be (hakliigty, "If somo ono were not always taking the Joy out of life." "Somo one)" qticattoned the Japanese softly, raMng his brows. Vickie bn taking a eapaula or two MAtAti Haarlem Oil dsy. uira win aeep you in neaiin an CMlUl contlnj IraaimMit. Whan mmbUUIv- - nde a old-tim- Intro-auctio- have eettlft! down for srood. Oo ts nniRKisi ana set a box or MKDAI, Haarlem Otl Caeeulaa. refunded If ther do not heln roe. a .pm, I .III.IIIV.I ' ' cirlslnal Imported (KILO MKUAL y in eeaied packagea. Draw A Check If" for the money you ore and note how much more res- - drew nearer. "I Jint have to tell you," sho said, "H will be such a comfort to confide, and you nre n sphinx, Koto; wild horses couldn't draTT a confidence from you." Tho youth bowed gravely. "At your service, Pansy Blossom," he assured her. "Mother's nppnrcnt purpose In bring Ing me here," Mild Vickie, "was that 1 might enjoy tho pleasuro with her of a seaside resort. The real underlying renson was to break off an attachment which she had discovered between and Bruce Masters. Mother has other plans In view for her debutant daughter, than being tho wife of hon est Bruce Masters. Bruce Is tint rich, you see. Kato, n!o he has stilt his profession to fight for. But ho loves me, nnd The girl gazed out to sen, a tender smile curving her lips. "I love Bruce," she ended softly. "And this Bruce whom you love worthy V Kato asked. She nodded vehemently. "There's a wealthy banker In the offing," sho explained, "upon whom ncrtfiilly your creditors you. They like to do business with n man who has nn account nt the re-lln- nl Garrard Bank & Tnut Ca They know he is doing business in a buslress like way. Better open such an account even It your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ray-se- lf MB. DALTON N " COMES FRONT, TO THE THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Tells His Friends and Neighbors Experience. of His I' Capital $50,000. Book-keeper. Surplus $30,000. V'.ce-Pres- 'MM y R. F. D. No. 1, (Trade Murk Patented) risings '1- - B. L. KELLY & SONS. R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. Other Seed it being sold under their name. The gen L. uine improved "Standing Up" Burley Tobacco Seed raised by .Mfrs , Buffalo. N. V. B-KELLY & SONS, can be procured only from the raiser and BUENA VISTA m not genuine unless put up in packages having a of their signature at shown below which Trade Mark is now Miss Ruth Lane of Paint Lick Is nt patented and on file in the U. S. Patent office at Washington. home for the Christmas vacation. Bogie of LexMr. Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed picked from best ington and Mrs. Frnnk Mr. John Ison. arc guests of selected pods. This Tobacco has topped the market for the Lon Mrs. J. K. Aimer nnd Mrs. King arc in Ludlow visaing relatives. past 25 years. , fac-simile Every Lancaster resident should read what Mr. Dalian says, and follow his example. Ho has uxod Doan'a Kidney Pills and speaks from expcrl wice. In there any need to experiment with Imitations or untried kidney medicines? J. W. Dalton, farmer, CnUi Orchard says; "Some tlmn ago St, My I bod trouble with my kldneyii. back ached and wan soro and In mo and my kidneys wore Irregular In artlon. I bought Doun's Kidney Pills at It, K Mclloberfas Sons Drug Store and used them. The backachn left me and my kidneys were soon put In good order. I have had no return of tho trouble." Price 60c. at all dealers, Don't rlmply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Dalton had, Foster Mllburn Co.. 1 A. R. DENNY, President. t. J. E. STORMES, S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller, J. IL HARRIS, Individual HUGH MOBLEY, General Dook-Keep- Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. , SPECIAL PRICE Miss Bessie Hughes is with her family near Richmond for the holi days. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Swope of Lan ON caster spent Sunday with Mrs. J. W. Send all Mall Orders to Lane. Messrs Sam Worthington and Prieu Lnno of Lexington, were here last Wednesday. Mr. W. P. Lane, of Cincinnati, w spending n few days with hla mother, Mrs, Marinh Lane. Huth Mrs. Laura Naylor, Mis-- i Lane, nnd Mr. Reuben Nnylor spent Saturday with friends in Wilmore. Mr, nnd Mrs. Jack Scott and son of Mercer County were guests of Mr. und Mrs. Gus Scott kit Thursday. Miues Nettie and Elizabeth Ison, Dfllco Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. and Mr. William Ison, of Wilmore, were guests of friends here last week. Mr. Dow Askitu nnd bridu have re turned to their home here. Mrs. Askins was Miss Maymu White of Cincinnati. Mr C. P. Currens Is moving to his farm near Harrodsburg. Mr. T. S. Pooro and family will leave soon for Wilmore, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ruble have located in Danville. A very enjoyable Christmas pro gram nnd tree were given at Mt. Olivet, Dec. 'J 5 for the members of My residence an Crab Orchard (tract and known at lha J, II. Dalton the Methodist nnd Presbyterian S. S. The program consisted of musical placa. Tho bousa contain seven rooms, four perches, two sleeping porches, numbers by Misses Wood, Webb and Hughes and Messrs Adkins and Wil upper a ad lower hall, bath room, hot and cold water, alactric light and ton, and readings by Mrs. Abncr und Miss Nettie Ison. ' on perch. PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. mother has set her ambitious heart. She can't, make mo marry him, Kato, but sho can prevent mu from seeing Bruce. I'm sure I don't know how It's all going to end. Vou must see, how-sl- ight I'm growing, Kato no appetite at all. And It It were not for your wonderful musical performance at the theater each afternoon, I really don't know what T should do. You help mo to pass tho time, too. You're very Interesting. Kato. I'm so glad you are 'tho fashion' at tho hotel. "You aro sorrowful, disappointed," Kato went on; "may bo somo way I can help you." "Dear Kato," Vlcklo wild. "Please try." He nroe, assisting the girl with a courtly air. Vlcklo slipped her hand through hi proffervd nnu and the two went strolling together down tho beueh. "My dear Mrs. Varden," an Imposing looking woman upon the hotel veranda Mild, to u woman In an adjoining rocking chair, "aro you not afraid to allow your charming daughter so much of that fascinating Jap's hocloryf Young ueotde have romantic Ideas, you know, nnd the accomplished muslclau may bu dangerously WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E.Storme S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Value of Pedigree. wmi vnij uruunu a ouriacv LBKHiltgivc an long a n. clothesline in Japan individual own onlyle Isn't worth n cent If the Individual surface of the ground ar.d Us prodIsn't what he should be. Thl applies uct", all mineral deHtts being govto u man us well nn to a hog. ernment property. ... ..Jt. JtL. - A Openly Arrived At. He "The lectun-- fald that a wife should Im an open NmiU husband." She "I ndmlt that my dear. Anil n husband Miould be an opt-imcketliool. to his wife." LeadvUle r to-Jn- -r n Herald-Democra- Fans In China. Pan are carried by men and women of every rank In Chlnav Ills a compliment to Invite n frlrntfJTS'11- tlngulslml guest to write somKul ment on the host's fan as n ml l of any occasion. six-ria- LARGER QUANTITIES. eutcrtnlulng." Vickie Vnrden's mother turned, sud-- j ilunly startled; thvii she laughed. "My daughter Is not so easily tlio replied. But tho uncomfortable suggestion rankled. Tliat evening tho mother felt called uihiii to drop u warning remark. g "Don't ou think that you nro sho too good to tluit Jnuani-fodraw led. "Surely there Is nothing about lilm to so constantly umuse." To her surprise the girl whirled about lu Indignation. "Knto doosn't aiuuto me," sho retorted. "I llku him; he Is my friend." Spcochlo, the mother gazed after ," be-'In- STOP! LOOK! W. 0. RIGNEY LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE Wo nre equipped with machinery to do all kinds Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. AUTOMOBILE Lancaster, FOR SALE PRIVATELY wrathful departure. her daughter' Then In linger, she followed swiftly a thu girl pusscd out uihiii tho hotel veranda and deliberately down to n dusky secluded comer. Thu mother's newly uwnkened feurs were realized. Tho Japanese was ulready there, evidently awaiting her daughter' uppear-aucMrs. Vurdeu drew back ugnliist a Jut ot tho uill. and shamelessly listened. "Pnusy Blossom," greeted tho youth, "the hours are long wheu you are not here." "I havo been thinking," ho continued, "that an elopement must be thu solution. Truo love should not he denied. It grieves me to see you suffer, and Mrs. Vurdcn's patience could stand c. REPAIRING On nil makes of Automobiles or Engines. Wo enn furnish you with n new battery or repair your old one. bnttcry charger Wo havo instnllcd nnd nro now ready for battery charging. With our Acoytclcne nnd Oxygen Welding wo can weld 'most nny broken part of nn nuto mobile, gas engine or farming mnohlnery. At nny timo you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine- or nny rvtlwie Uml nf mncltlnprv. rnll nn nnd vn will hn triad to come to your rescuo either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. Mn-chi- no 1$) I" ii H W no more. "You dare," sho burst out, "to plan an elopement with my daughter I You But Vlcklo Interposed. HOW ARE YOUR HOGS The bouia bat avary convenience and i practically new. Tha out"you "Mother," she reproached, Are they frco from worms are would not let mu marry Bruce." buildings consist of Garage, Coal and Han House, wagon and buggy houtc, their digestion good do they show "Rather a thousand times Bruce," n steady gain if not you are losing Varden, "than this prela fact all necessary outbuildings. Two acraa of land, tin garden, good money. You can correct all these cried Mrs. Oriental." sumptuous troubles by making II. A. THOMAS' "Then," agreed Vickie with alacrity, bam wMi four stalls and driveway. HOG POWDER a part of their daily "I will send for Bruce." diet. It Is a powerful tonic, digest-an- t la tho darkness Knto's hand Pettettlen given about January lit. and worm expellcr. Get it to- reached out to touch tho girl's. "Mother ueedu't know that It was an day and try feeding your hog on elopement with Bruce wbli I sugthis plan We sell it. sbW. "Me, Pansy Ubjaeea, W. A. Dlckerson. gested," he adv. els-ta- rn R U H U H Fords and other makes or cars, wo nanuie me ixew Crown Gasoline which glvqs moro mileage thnn nny other gasoline on tho Market. Wo also furnish Frco Air und aro equipped ta Wash and Polish Autos. ail8IHCUO nnrnirn Onen L)av anu IS Ik' lit. guaranteed. n 8 Pflrirl? sas. Pi. CnnTi- Mcckaaic PAINT 1 8 HENRY P. CONN, Chief n If! If. aCV HENRY A. MOORE, LANCASTER, KY. I'm your friwd." T 7 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 1 , 1 920 GOOD TOBACCO STILL SELLING HIGH AT OUR HOUSE. We are prepared to take care of your crop and will see that you get fair treatment and the highest market price. A trial is all we ask. !:! . fashllx deeolrntf MADISON TOBACCO RICHMOND, WAREHOUSE KENTUCKY. "THE BIG PRICE HOUSE" I ) Monday for Florida vln Danville. PAINT LICK Mr. Wesley Simpson is moving to Mr. Dwight Moody of Kingston is Mr, nJ Mr. Chnrict Dunn have Out farm he purchased on Poor Kidgc. Mr. Dec Fothergill ha purchased visiting relative here. been quite ill. Mis Gladys McWhortcr of Lexing.Mr. Station Doty of Stole College Mr. Nelson Davis' farm at $120 an ton is visiting relatives here. acre. came tfj(e for the holidays. Messrs Thompson Davis and Frank Mr. Fred Hal! and son, William, TVJtndlcs Working Society will marCith Mm. Skagg next Thursday Land wero In Lexington on business spwit Monday in Cincinnati, Ohio. Monday. b(,mo o'clock. Mr. Jim Kuokcr of Lexington spent Clark were Mr. nml Mr. Robert Messrs Tnlton and Hoburt May Xmas with his mother anil pbtcr. hocU to n tplemlitl .Xma dinner for have purchased tho farm of the late Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kucker and son Kev. Skagg and family. Mr. Jake Hurt. visited his mother Mr. I. C. Ituckor Mr. and Mr. Willie Simpson are Mr. and Mr. Robert Davis of Jes- Sunday. spending the week with her mother samine were guest of Mr. and Mr.. Mr. Fulton Kucker of Louisville is Mr. William Hlank before going to Frank Friday night. visiting his Mrs. I. C. housekeeping. Mr. nd Mr. K. II. Chandler of Kucker. Mr. Mnttic Moore of Wllmore and Lancaster returned home Saturdny Mr. Whltcomb of Covington J Mi Suile Holme of Crab Orchard visiting her parents, Itcv. nnd Mm. after a visit with relatives here. pent Christmas week with Miss Mr. and Mr. J. II. Sparks had us C. S. Kllis. Ueonc Hunter. Mr. snd Mrs. J. G. Conn nnd baby Mr. Ilcn Hughes and Ml Delia their guests un Christmas Day all sjmt Friday with Mrs. 1. C. Ituckor their children nml nice HuKhes of Lnncatcr, wero the and daughter. Susan K. Sutton nt a Miss Liltie Kurtz of Harrodsburg Kucsts of Mi Miss Fannie Dowdcti was the guost is here n guest of her cousin, Mi Chrutmo dinner lait Thurday. of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Haley in have old their Mary Lee Hurts for the holidays. The farmer that Keren last week. farm are hustling already and the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dnlley nnd two Mr. Carlos Smith of Smith Ky., is van ore kept buy getting sons, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. moving spending the week with his niece, them Into their new quarter. Huy Wednesday and Thursday. Sim Mr. Lee Led ford. Mr. lver I'oyntcr will move to the Mr. nud Mrs. Frank l.and nnd Mist Miss Mnble Hnll spent .he post Danville pike, Mr. It. K. Spcakc on Inex Land were among the guests of week at home with her parents, Mr. pike, Mr, Uom will move Kichmond Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd Clark of Marksbury and Mrs. Fred Hall. in In little farm Jut ocro tho road. Friday, Mr. and Mrs. John Pennington enFrank Shear will move to the Mr. Mr and Mrs. Hughey Moberley nnd tertained a number of their friend place vacated by Mr. Poyntcr, Mr. Moberlcy of Poor Kidge will moo to little daughter, spent Christmas with to dinner Christmas Uy. MIm Sadie Kalstou and brother, tho form vacated by It. K. Speake, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tent it nnd Jim llnrve tiro visiting their home-folWill Hamilton to tho Worn property. family. during the holidays. Mr. Hobart Tenter ha purchased A very impressive crvlce occurred Miss Willie Williams entertained Saturday after- tho house where he now lives und a ut,thc church on lait noon in ordaining tne deacon who small tract of land from Mr. Harvey thi) Christian Kndcnvor nud the II. Y. P. U, nt her home Friday night. wero elected by tho church evcral Tenter for $2000. Misses Kuth and Claire Highland, wiu.ki aeo. The ervlce wua con purchased a Mr. Hardin Davis ducted by tho pator, auUted by horse of Mr. Tommio Dnlley for M30. of Covington ure guests of their Mrs. Martha Kly. Potior Sbatlian and two deacon, Mr. Lewis Murphy sold his team to grand-motheMessrs Crawford and Grow of the Mr. Ullie Ilogie for I tOO. Miss Allie ltussell Fish who has Mt. Hebron church. Tho following Mr, J. K. Sparks has purchtsed the been going to school in North Caroywitlcmen wero ordained to fill the remainder of Mr. Wesley Simpson's lina, spent tho holidays nt home. ko of Dacons, Messrs W. T. Doo-(- stock of merchandise nnd is milling Mrs. Hobby Koope and grandR. S. Clark, Kd Sutton, Gordon to it expecting to carry on n good daughter Klsitf Koope, spent Xmas IMy. (Mr. Sutton' election I not business near Mr, Simpson's old with her son, Kennett Koope and jFswent, traniplrcd about 5 year ago) family. stand. Messrs Curti and Dunn were not Messrs Alford Hoeing and Leroy In Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Itay and Mr tSSi dalncd on account of alckne llurk of Louisville spent Xmas with (heir fumllie. nnd Mr. J. M. Anton entertained tho following at u bountiful ChrUtma the latter uncle, Mr. Fred Hall und family, dinner: Mr. nnd Mr. Haydcn Leuv-el- l, GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. Millard Ledford wa culled to Mrs. Robert Long, Mi Francis Long, nnd Mr. W. P. Long of Lancas- the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Mr. Mlko Kay of Buckeye is with ter. Mr. Raymond Hay and Master Hubert Ward, ne-- Lancaster, who Is Mr. Cordelia Davii. Neil Kay of NIcholasville, Mrs. Pren-tl- very III Littlo Mary Catherine Duck who Mr. Jawe Potter spent Saturday Walker and daughters of Lauras vrUh hU brother, Mr. Lucas Fester. ter, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hurts and hat been tho guest of her cousin, Emma Hall returned home with her! Mwn Ottls and Irvine Dtiley left children. MAUKSHUKY brother, Thursday. Ant Farmers. Have Some Pickled Kelp. There ore lints In Nicaragua that An addition to the delicatessen line Master Clarence Conn and sister, minute mushrooms for food Virginia spent Thursday night and Is pickled kelp, put up In glass bottles. cultivate underground homes by formIn uelr only edible, but really It Is not Fridny with their ing a compost from leaves of trees. Mrs. I. i Kucker. dell-clou- s. grand-mother, grand-mothe- grand-childre- ks Why She Seek a New Home. Wearing of Ptarls. Tlllle dinger hays that the reaon fact that the. It Is a the U looking iw Knottier homo Is tho star ImnruVr at her present more pearls nre worn, particularly they In- -: There wns u Christmns tree nt the plate Is a railroad diKlm-v- r who wants next to the skin, the more In beaut) und value. If un the government In take over all th Christian Church Christmas day for any considerable letiKth of ttorn the Sunday School. Mr. Ubino Ks-- lxinnl.ni: houses and let the Iwmrtlor time their luster beetiines dimmed. run llieif. uhetoii News. tridge acted as Santa Claus and while taking olf the presents he caught (Ire and had not some rushed to the rescue iiuiekly there would have been n tragedy. He was not burned very hady. Mr. Logsdun finished tnking 103 acre of level to gently rolling land well located, close to church the presents off of the tree. nnd school, 20 acres wheat, balance sowed to grass, 8 room house, cellar, Observatories. cement walks, barn' 34x04, 80 ton silo, dairy barn for 23 cows, stalls for 5 The northern heiHLhoro lias mure hones, implement shod nnd com crib combined, poultry house, garage, limn 21X1 imlilk astronomical utierra-lorie- s tu Iomi than JO In the Miutlmru. milk house, plenty of fruit. THIS IS A FINK STOCK AND DAIRY FA KM $13,000. One hnlf cash. Her Musical Choice. 120 acres near Mason, Ohio, new house of 7 rooms, tenant houo 6 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kalstou were guest of honor nt an elaborate din nor Sunday nt the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kalston. Mr and Mrs. J, D Wynn, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. M. llurgess and Mr. nnd Mrs I. K. Shepherd were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Millard Led ford. Mr. und Mrs. A. 11. Wynn have moved into the house recently vnen toil by Mr. nnd Mrs. U. S. Moycrs, who have gone to Ohio to live. Mr. and Mrs. John Metcalf will live where A. 11. Wynn moved from. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe James, Dr. Wall ingford nnd wife nnd daughters, Vivian and Catherine, nnd Mrs. S. J. 11 org by and son, nil of Paris motored here Sunday and were guests of Miss Kate Kly for the day. SafeT Pope Hat Costliest Wttch. "So your husband I The costliest watch In the world is Mrs. Jones "Oh, a Jeweled timepiece In the possession In trouble again?" no! He Is out of trouble now. He's of the Mipe. which Is estimated to be In Jail." worth NOO.OOO. Mrs. Green Have an Elephant Sttw. It Ain't Mine. An elephant' foot takes longer to Tourist "I've come .1,000 miles to any other meat. To make rook than unetl" Alkali set your lieautlful it tender It must be hulled for thirty-si- s Ikv "Someone's been stringing ye hours. mine." Hocky nln't. stranger. It Mountain Scout. Hats Cloht Feet Hl()h. Maybe. During their ceremonial dances the nutlves of I'npuii, New Guinea, wear "I wonder why the Hottentot probably the tallest hats In the world 'makes the groom pay for hbi varying from sis to wlfaV "Dunno." "Perhaps on th u headdress eight feet In height und most gorgeous ground that what you get for nothing appreciate." Louisville In coloring. you don't Courier-Journal. fr OHIO BLUE GRASS FARMS. r, rooms, cellar, burn 30x100, cement doors nud feed boxes, stall for 8 horses, "Vim" "Is she pdng In for classical stanchions for 23 cows, mow room for 50 ton hay, 25 acres wheat, 20 acres work 7" "No. JiiKtlcal." line blue grass, 32 ucrcs clover and timothy. THIS IS FINK KLUK Git ASS Should Be Remembered. LIMKSTONK LAND, $184 per acre. Many people lnuld remember (hat 52 acres in Hamilton County, level land, well located, 7 room house, wu one great servient iflit electric lights, furnace, 2 barns, poultry house, corn crib, hog house, 2 sheds, lesson of Hie war. garage, 11 "Ho jour daughter Is musical? acres wheat, C acres red clover, 4 ucrcs ulfalfa, $10,700. Where the Sots D Iff sr. 61 acres in Hamilton County, fenced Into 4 fields, 4 room house, A woman mil do u thing she doesn't barn, poultry house, hog house, corn crib, 0 acre blue grass. ONLY 15 want to do without making unprintMILKS OF CINCINNATI COUKT 1 10 USB, 6,500. able remarks, but few men run. xr st WE HAVE FARMS LARGE AND SMALL AND CAN SUIT ANY Cattlt Eat "Rubber Caktt." BUYER IN PRICE, LOCATION, AND TERMS. CET OUR FARM LIST. Kxperlmcnt at Slujrnporo have shown that a feeding cake for rattle and other stock ran be produced from tho residue of 1'iiru rubber seed after & the extraction of an oil comparing favorably with Unseed oil. ( PARR WOODRUFF, 321 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. i The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan I, 1920 n HAPPY IH1 TUB MAKE LIFE MERRY WITH MUSIC. Music will make life more pleasant and long evenings will become short if you are entertained with a Phonograph or Piano. For those who want a Phonograph we have the Victrola and Columbia and in styles and sizes for all homes, and at prices to suit everybody. TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, WE WANT TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS DURING THE PAST YEAR AND TO SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE DURING THE COMING YEAR. WE ALSO WANT TO WISH FOR YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR AND A PROSPEROUS 1920. BARGAINS FOR LADIES. We have some splendid Ladies Coats left as o i. we do notrwant to carry them until next season we are going to sell them at a bargain. will be some as low in price as $12.00. There 4, r The first to come will have more to choose from and will get the biggest bargain. You Can't Afford to Miss this Opportunity. ft MEN! Get your supply of Flannel Shirts, Pjamas, and Underwear, Shirts Night at WELCH'S MEN'S DEPARTMENT. " We can save you money. OPENERS Lenox Soap large. -- 5c. We have the World Famous Wurlitzer and Kingston Pianos and Player Pianos. If you cannot play a piano you can learn in a few minutes to play one of our self players. Why be without music. Your boy's and girl's will like home bet- ter if there is music m it. j j Ivory Soap, large CAR OWNERS. ' -- .7c. 7c. the ftllchon Cabinet that oaveo miles of step FelsNaptha soap o I ms ill i;rb - irvv Bring your car to our Garage and let us put it in First Class shape. While you Dolly Varden flour 1.50 are not using Meal 90c. it is the time to have it overhauled. National Oats 2 for 25c. Fresh roasted coffee 35c a Hoosier TrT W i REPORTERS WANTED. Fresh Peanut Butter. We want one teacher in every school district to act as a reporter for our store. f. T twwa m Pure Lard 50 pound can $15.00 Cement, per SLAB'S Any one interested, please write us at once for full particulars. bag.. 85c. START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT By Saving your time and strength with a Hoosier. HOOSIER Saves Miles of Steps. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference' BEREA, KENTUCKY. jpiyw 1( 7 t Th Cantral Record. Lancantr, Ky Thursday, Jan POOR RIDGE, KY. 1 , 1 920 r is The Vapor Treatment FOR By ANNETTE QREEN. r5 Influenza, Croup and (d mi. 7W A WTtvZn w'A wnwlTyAiAMAitTUJu aimtk.U t kr McC.ur. iUwnit Pneumonia Mothen who know the angulih of wilting hrlnlcialr through hour, lor th r.h,irlin who mar not arrire in ilmr I t,l. ly fall to keep on hand a bottle ol thii clfectire croup remedy. specific for cohh, croup, influrrua, grijTi pncumoftU and other tcVpirstory ailment. ace-lo- 11 WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES It it applied eitcrtully to the thru, throat and ll arid ii qulrlly sbiorbed through the tort of the kia. Iti healing vapon rUe and are inhaled directly to the infected membranes. A double action tcmrdy , it ii doubly certain to produce utiidctory rtiulti. It hai thit characteriitic that diitineuitliet it from 'other aalrea, it will not itain the clothct. lluy a Iwttle of Vapomentha TOOA V It Ii an Inraluable protection for an imigiuicaat price. 30c. 60c, and $1.20 Bottle, at All Drug and Cnaral Store.. If your dealer cannot tuppljr you order from BRAME DRUG CO, N. WMieeboro, N. C. rioa-tri- Getting It Straight Cholly lire oh the ntrnticr "Do "No. Cholly litis mi h!s fntlirr, who live m tlio avenue." 8om Juat Have (ln)tlctit n So. wo may, night arrive In dew time. j BiiKW.T Uaed at Washboard. Tho aide of n now vacuum wnaher leoklnc slas The tirrMfVr ure rrnigatcd, fur laundry pun" bwlth noma peetjd, the occasion of n so It can bo used na n washboard. Svetr slltlans. I. ittrrmmiiE. ana 1110 uiiiuray person who doe II l uppoed In be doomed to acrrn year of hnd lack. (iti,i'auiiirjai alderjed n fnahlion tin 1enU.tlf.Mal lcknr, yet Introduced them Into house lienrer of I I Alcohol From Molaates. Alcohol I now- iniide from "black atraiC n very cheap and common grade of motasse which corac frost the Writ Indies. -- t i 331 iw ml wl im hUmllM U u w tmmnly Ul Urn blxi. u4 UW t talBJ U MilmTtw U UUh UU llaMrM sU JnUIU w, iW u la lMriUj rHMU ifsn MfeMUlf ta lwm4 traW A ! a rBuM uU kkk Ik. UT. ITALZCH U. 1IMIB C.a HInH. V ri lWt !! J )) Produce more Save more ' But we can't continue increasing our production unless we continue increasing our railroad facilities. The farms, mines and factories cannot increase their output beyond the capacity of the railroads to haul their products. 0 Railroads are now near the peak of their carrying capacity. more engines, more cars, more tracks, more terminals there can be little increase in Without railroad expansion production. But this country of ours is going to keep right on growing and the railroads must grow with it. To command in the investment markets the flow of new capital to expand railroad facilities and so increase production there must be public confidence in the future earning power of railroads. The nation's business can grow only as fast as the railroads grow. Ijikpatdc, aummer the liointt of .Mm. Cartrr, glfniiiii! like nn fin limited pnloco In the inooidlclit n hlli frtn tin- - brightly llglitrd citnm the atrnlna of tnuilc, niliu-lct- l with tho aoiind of ilnnclnc mid yotitliful Inuglitcr. llvrlxny acmnrd liuppy. oik, rrom tilt) shadow of (lio upper balcony overli"lnK the ballriHiiii u yomiK man watched thu And Kiiy KCetio bolow with n frown. ax he cntiKht alcht from time to time tlk"ro uinona of n trrtnlti fnlry-llkthu dniicrn, n look of alinoat bitter pjln iept oTer Ida Ilnf fcuturo. "Why. I'hll, my dear boyT clnlincd tin? hiwtiKK. aiyltii; th wntcli-lu- g llcnri' In the ahndnw aa alio atrolled by with another matron. "Aren't you dniirtngr lie ntmwenil Imltlngly that lie bad u headache; didn't feci up to It tonight. "I'm afraid you youiiB atayed out on the Inke In the huh too long today," replied Jlr. Carter. "Whut ii pltrl And ttila In Phoebe' lust night here, too." I'hll knew I'hoehe'x lnt night I thnt. only Iini well) And again aeurcli-Iti- g her out nmoug tho daurlnic throng, he followed the huely glrlMi II guru In allierr rhlffomi with longing eye. Muttering' ii ti excuko to Mm. Cnrter alMiut getting iie freh air, lie tumetl nwny mid left the balcony, followed by bin hotei olce bidding him come back Inter. Avoiding tho gay group ou tho veranda I'hll miido hi wu through tho ahnikhery, and dmpilng down on a beueTi by the ahlnlng lake, gne him-el- f up to hi bitter thought. Willi the Mralm fnim the ballniom ringing fulntly In hi ran, he cloaed Id eye to hut out the bright moonlight and went oter In hi mind bit by bit Id HrtpinlHtatiee with I'hoelie, Mr. Cur-ter-" niece, from the day In June when he nrrluil, n utrunger to th nn nil. up to tonight, when hu had come to mean everything to him. He had thought her quite the nlcvt girl lie"d ever met Hint tlrat day, when.'urrlvlngjit noon he found the rest of the Iioum party gone for a trump and a picnic, nnd he, her auntV uearent nelghlor, bad taken her out In Id canon on the kike for thu afternoon. Ho taught her bow to twiddle the canoe and the memory of her In her lmple blue gingham drea with her golden Imlr blowing about her laughing face, came back to him tonight ao clearly that be grouned and burled hi face In hi hand. Kor he had never aeeti her In any simple gingham gown again. ort and Chic morning dreo Milt, correct yachting eoatumc. lacy embroidered thing for afternoon and beautiful evening gown had followed each other In vnrylng uccelou, until I'hll gave up all hope, of ever daring to ak her to hat hi love and fortune. Kven to hi uninitiated mascuaplM clothe line mind I'hoebe' much money. He bad an Idea that hi mouth' aalary would not have paid for the allvery gown she wa wearing that evening (and he wa quite right). madnea to dream of Well, It klng auch n girl to marry a young architect Juat tartlng'out In bualnea. Tliat wa all he could do dream. With a algh he got up from the bench and darted back to the houie. He would hanre one more gllmpao of I'hoebe'a beloved face before tho went out of hi life forever, although tho lght of her, no dear, yet for him o unattainable, would be only one more pang, lo found a place at one of the ballroom window where he could look searching He wa In unoberved. among the dancing couple for I'hoebe. who seemed to have dlaappearcd. when ho heard her name repeated Just the window. Someone wa talk-lu- g about her to a group of guests, and before he could moo away I'hll wa rooted to the spot In stunned surprUe. MI'hiH'lKr the gossiping voice went on, "Oh. my, no! All thoae stunning clothe) ahe' been wearing Mr. Cnrter gave her, all of them." "Sho look charming tonight; where I she now!" g naked n second voice. "I saw her toward the garden oil ulono a Utile wldlo ago," tho other replied; "she'd taken off her ball gown nnd had mi that old gingham thfjug she wore when she llrat come." Thii turned nwny from the window Jiut ii Mr. Carter laid it hand on hi arm, uklug If hi head still nehed. Strangely enough, hi lieaducho wa gone, und rvdylUR to her kind haste, he with vaulted over the veranda rolling and dathed arouud the house toward the bull-nxit- Mr, Jesse Scaul spent Christmas with hi aunt, Mrs. Lynn Cobb. Miss Zorn Stevens was the pleasant truest Sunday of Mils Hnxel Preston. Miss Christine Preston spent Sunday night with Miss Arlclgh Matthew. trit Mnster Clyde and Mitchell Stevens spent Sunday with Master Klvln Preston. Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Preston spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. It. II. Preston. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Mobcrley spent Sunday night with his mothlr, Mrs. Leslie Hill. Miss ilennic Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years Ho!' after thtr look thrw or yrar and Uo." to aooa over th itaya that are ami tbaufUUttllr lira Ih.nj ot.r. at aattnlyone, frequently I tail mrM-lf- . back a quarter ( acenlnnr, when itrittln I at rnraell In th littln itrag alore I own.il at llolirar, lo, nukls ami telllnc a trtetatil mttipoonit to mr Irleatta ami ruilontvra what w.i than known oolr at Mullein, for atomaeb, Uut Dr. IT characteristic of o eo-p- ie Mctcnlf, spent the holidays with here siitcr, Mri. Walker llurdcttc. Messrs It. H. Preston and K. and llowtt Complaiate. nut For mtor yuMwhll. I waa rettaetlac nf sold their tobacco averaging lormnia I atodlxt ant lntill(tl tba cents per pound. laiatlrv ami eathartlea on tha market and becaais rontlnffd that thole main fault Misses Arlcigh Matthews nnd Car-ri- o waa not that tbey ftM not aet on tb tmwela. but that Ihtlr action wa too tlolent soil Preston wero the truesU of Miss ilraillc, aeU upMt tha jtUm ol tha mer which waa ituo to tha tatt thai they were Christine Preston, recently. aom not thorough enough In thalrartkin, InUa-linImply artinsen the orfxr or immll Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Mobcrley spent oiln--t wouM act only on tho while Inteatinea, and that th.r Thursdny night with her sister, Mr. lower or lar almoit Inearlablr prodocl a aatilt and Mrs. Dan liny of Iluckeye. augmented doaea. I ballaTetl that a preparation to produce The infant of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvin eOrct mutt rirtt ton tho liter, lh Howard died Friday Morning nnd then act on tha itnmaeu and entire alimentary artteni. If Ihla wia aceompllhed, tho the remains were lnid to rest in the medicine would produea m mild, but thorough elimination of tho waeto without Cileail cemetery. the utuat alckenlng aeniatloui, aadniak. . l&euaerieeiiKiiarkioDce. Mr. nnd Mrs. Taylor Ilolton nrc re Afler'eiperlmenllng with hundred) of I girl Joking over the arrival of n baby dlOerent compound!, I .1 Ut ierfct.d tha A. M. LEWIS MEDICINE CO., lormnia inai 11 now mown ae nanrri i born Dec. 10th. The little Mis has ameer, which I truly Uilev goea turtbar I Sr. Louis. Mo. been chrtatened Mnrry Kllcn. K. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster. Kentucky. Mr. nnd (rs. Jasper Mntthcwd nn.l Mr. nnd Mrs. Lynn Cobb nnd daughter, Mattie Ileulah, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. I. 11. Duncan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes Sunders nnd baby were in Lexington Wednesday to sec her father, Mr. K. II. Kay, who has been ill with pneumonia, bat is improving. Dally Thought. Burled by State. He hold much who holds his tongue. Miss Hattie Simpsor :nd Mr. Kiid In some canton of Switzerland all Sancho Pnnza. Mobcrley were married Thursdny, the dead, rich n well ti MMr, are A?A Dec. 18th. Lancaster. Thcit burled nt the public cx(en.e. at Old Greeks Had Small Heads. many friends wish them n lone nnd The nnelent (ireeka, one of tho most happy life. Most Distant Cephelds. Intellectual of nation, were distinThe tuot distant cephelds now guished for their amnll heads. known uro nearly 'J0.000 light years How H Ended Kidney Trouble Nothing New. from the sun almost as far away as "I had n severe nttnek of kidney the nearest of the globular clusters "All the world's u stage," and yet look upon the revolvbsj trouble nnd for three weeks could not (ubout 111,000 light years). I somo stage as it mouern idea. get out of doors nnd scarcely out of Cheering Him Up. bed," writes C. E. llrcwcr, Village He (dejectedly) Is this final? Is Rag Paper Ancient. Springs, Alu. "Could not bend over there no hopo for rue 7 Paper wn.t made from rags In Arabia; at nil without the most excruciating She Oh. my, ye I There nro lott more ngo and tho pains. 1 purchased n bottle of Foley of girl uhi) are not so particular as methodthan ten centuries was Introduced Into Kuropo In Kidney Pills. Was relieved nfter I am. the thirteenth century. first few doses nnd continued their use until completely cured. I consider Foley Kidney Pills the best kidENoasPENcnt. rw ney temedy in the world. No recurOlAA C. HAHIUS,Vto.rw K. H. IXSD5EY. Sc. my trouble." rence of For sale by IL E. Mcltobcrts, Druggist, Lancaster, Kentucky. (Advertisement.) y, n, and doea mora than any Uiatleo on tha market todaf. Tha thouaanda of lettrra from naaea hae eottetneed raa I wta rlgkl, and that tha naer of aatwi'a Wianle aa a family medicine, eren though ha raarbaeo yeara, nrecr haa It for twenlr-HT- s , to inereaae, tha dote. knowledge ol medlclna and the My of Ita uaa In mr own family and among; my frlanda, before I ever offered It for aala, caueed ma to hate great faith la ruaarVi Winer from, tha very InU And now si I find rnrtelf Bearing the sea how to tha Inaeltabta and when t to another life, my crtMt pleMura la to alt each day and read tho letter that each mall bring from reopta aa old or older than I, who tall of ruing Bled aahn'a Sean for ten, fifteen aad twenty yeara. nd and how they and Ihctr children grandchildren tiara been henafitud by It. my friend), far It Is a con toller thought, a man at my age 10 iei uai itoot hla own succeee, one laa ilone 4oirthlng for hla fellow man. My grraieet aatlafac-lio- n, my createtl happlaea tadar, la the knowledge that tonight mora than one million people will Uks a SMarVl Wmitr (NKTablet) and will be betur. healthier, happier people fur it, 1 bey yea will be one cl them. r BUCKEYE A HtOULAEUr Commercial School INCOnPO RATIO INSTITUTION OK LTARMINa ZSX u Mr. Harrison Kay is visiting relatives near Uournc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Carter were in Lexington on Monday. CUTHRIi: STREET, North cf PoetofTico LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Student secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. Messrs S. N. Morford and Heather Kay were in Lexington Friday. Walter Durham ' Morford spent Christmas in Nicholasvillc nnd Manly. Mr. Heather Ray and children nrc visiting Mr. Wiley in Madison county. Mr. nnd Mrs. (tullcy of Nicholas-vill- e were guests of Mrs. K. W. Sanders Thursday. Mr. wd Mrs. Will Whittaker of Hynttsville jpent Sunday with Mr. undM rs. H. W. Sanders. Misses Sallie Lou Tenter nnd Ethyl Kny visited In Nicholnsville and Lex- Friday and Saturday. Iington Francis Miles Jones of Louisville wns with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. ' Mile from Thursday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Kny Ilogio nnd daughter, of Jessamine county, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lonxy Kny last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Urumflcld and son, J. S. of Hanlvy spent Wednesday und Thursday with Mr. und Mrs. S. N. Morford. Uarbara The inurringe of Mis Culley of Nicholasvillc nnd Mr. Cecil of Richmond took place In 2L'nd. 1- CITIZENS I NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON "ROLL OF HONOR.' j B. F. Hudson, President, W. F. Champ, Cashier, J. J. Walker, V. Pres. W. 0. RIgney, Asst. Cschler. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. rzi ii ii n ii ii ii i en Have Tour fires Retold garden. Pigs Foretell Winds. The killing of u pig at sea Is always an occasion of great mouieut, not only for thu reuson thut fresh meat I to bo enjoyed n great luxury on sailing vessel, after perhaps mouth of salt provisions but also because what Is termed a "dg brecie," or favorable wind, may bo regarded u a certainty. Tig when kept ou sailing ships are allowed very frequently to leave tholr pens, ami their movements on such occasions, which are held to foretell the wind to be expected, are watched with the keenest Interest. Should a Ids; evince any sign of laxlness, lying aimlessly about down or wandering the decks, then this I a sign that calm weather will come, with little or do wind la proapect. Should, however, the pig show a frhky mood, with much Hueallng, then It la a sure sign of very necessary factor "big winds," tfi Utt BviftlHi of a ssllluf skip. IdullcyDec. SiidiwfoepientliA. publidlied byMie TkM fawaif mmnniaf tU r iJriaat ait aaay a Mam iianaaar y writimf it aW Am tim Jkateaay lawaaiiat, U fWaay, Nm iuirif fart Mr. and Mrs. L. - Sanders and son, Ilurnctt, of Crab Orchard, were six o'clock dinner entertained at Friday evening ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W, Sanders. Mr. Nora Teatcr wa in Lexington Friday nnd Suturday with Miss Martha Curtis who was operated on for appendicitis at St. Joseph Hospital by Dr. llultock. We are glad to report that she Is doing nicely, Mr. Reuben Maker and daughter, Mrs. J. A. Cotton, Mr. nnd Mr. Theo I Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cotton, and llrutus Cotton of near Richmond, Kufas Ulakeman and Marlon Coy of Kirksville, Newt Hendren of Madison county, Edd Dlckerson of Richmond were here last week for the funeral of Mr. William Kay. J i Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e cess of retreading-n- ot half sole-a- nd can rebuild a tire at less than half price. 3500 MILES GUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on Blow-out- s make of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propittor. I7-- 1 a. Ca -- a. r 21 1' u lTa 1 ii ii ii ir Ui. . The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Jan 1 , ! 920 OUR JANUARY SALE THIS SALE WILL INCLUDE ALL TAILORED SUITS, DRESSES, COATS, WAISTS, FURS, DRY GOODS, LADIES FURNISHINGS, SILVERWARE, UNDERWEAR, BLANKETS, AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN OUR STOCK. MARKET PRICE MORE THAN IT IS OUR STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IS WORTH AT MARKED, AND THE REDUCTIONS COME OFF OF THESE LOW PRICES. TERMS SPOT CASH. NO GOODS LAID ASIDE OR SENT ON APPROVAL. TO-DAY Begins Thursday, JAN 1st. ONE-FOURT- H A. The Central Record Imu.iI Weekly. Yr. 91-50 23. Robertson DANVILLE, was & KENTUCKY. Bro. COTTON SEED MEAL j we must have honor and integ- Everybody's name in rity, peace and contentment. m All these are within the reach Payable Id Advance. of every man and every woman who has the moral courage to E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. begin the new year with a deR. L .ELKJN, Local Editor and Mgr. termination to do that which is of Entered at the Post Office in Lan- right and just, regardless Mail what friend or foe may say. caster, Ky., as Matter. As a paper we "Save tried conscientiously to serve the Uculer, KT, Wrj 1, 1920 best interests of our County, our State and our Country. In Member Kentucky Press Association doing so we believe we have best served the people. 'And and Eighth District Publishers League. for the New Year we will strive to carry out a pledge for "Pure DemoRate For Political Announcement. religion, untarnished cracy, and Good Government", Officcs.-$5.0For Precinct and City 0 10.00 and in the words of Carlyle, to For County Ofticcs For State and District Offices. 1G.0O "Do the day's work." - .10 For Calls, per line... Second-Class -- big type, and all were deliri ously happy. But that was all. Nothing hnppened. course, not, for everybody Of is .10 For Cards, per lino For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 lino .OS Obituaries, per lino ... ... PROFITTERING IN PUBLICITY. .......... 1920. Is it too time worn to say ajrain that another year lies before us with all its possibilities for good or ill, for success or failure? But as we cross the border of 1920 how many of us are Riving even a passing thought to the character of the course we are to pursue in the next twelve months? If we would enrich the world by our individual presence, we must have a definite plan in view, and that plan must be adhered to in the face Accumulaof all obstacles. tion of wealth is not the noblest aim of life nor the chief aim of man. With prosperity Oh, joy ! But it's a scream ! Twisting the tails of the profiteers in our great cities is the fad of the hour. It's a great sport, because the twisters soar in the spotlight of publicity and the pro fiteers are never hurt. First our public officials of the country announced with a mighty bray a campaign of extermination against the profiteers. Prosecutions by the wholesale were planned. Jails were to be filled to overflowing. Congress stood upon its hind legs and bellowed lustily. The press of the great cities howled with glee. It played the story to the limit, and our noble prosecutors reveled in the spotlight of publicity. 3 Elf1FlE WE WISH YOU A I I I I HAPPY NEW YEAR. Conn MPI Brothers. Ell f "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." FtH profiteering, and everybody has a vote at the next election. How could congress do more than bellow with the ends of its term in sight? How could the poor prosecutors be expected to jail the very men who elected them to office? Never! Quite out of the question! FOUR BILLION DOLLARS. Therefore, exit the male There comes a time, we fear, in a halo of camouflage, diplomatically hoist- when good business is not so ing woman into the seat of good as it may seem. During the past fiscal year glory from whence he lied in we sent to other countries four dismay. But the women were brave. billion dollars worth of goods What mere man could not do more than we received from abroad. they would accomplish. That is our balance of trade, in They planted both feet the-- arena and looked around and it is called good business. But is it? for the reporters. No public While we were sending ity, no extermination. They these enormous stocks abroad get the pub. a scarcity was being created in But wait! Soon they will discover that this country. So long as an article is plen the great houses that sold them tiful it can generally be purtheir sealskins, and their reasonable gowns, and all of their othcrH chased for a finery, are profiteers of pro amount, but the moment it begins to become scarce, UP fiteers. And everywhere they turn GOES THE PRICE. That is what happened. they will find that their neighNot enough foodstuffs and bors, and their relatives, and other articles were left in our their friends, and even their dear and loving husbands are own country for our own use, gouging others to the limit of and we are paying for it today witli the wildest and most gougibility. era of profiteering the Will they send their own world lias ever known. hubbies to prison? And the exporting "interImpossible! ests" have the monumental Such a thing would be terrible, shocking, and so embar- nerve to tell us it is caused by underproduction. rassing. things But what can the dear WOMEN HAVE HEARTS. do? Four women were recently Ah! Here it is. excused from a jury because Advise everybody to eat less, and wear less and then they declared that under no if everybody eats more and circumstances would they vote wears more it's everybody's to inllict capital punishment. Some day the influence of own fault, and no one in partic our women may be the means ular is to blame. Great scheme! It's quite of abolishing capital punish harmless, and can be worked ment entirely. If a man is sent to prison for as long as the spotlight contin life, and is later proven to be ues to shine and the public is an innocent victim of circumwilling to be gulled. stances, as is often the case, he Profiteering? Sure! Everyran at least be liberated for the body's doing it. And the jails arc still empty. rcmninder of his days. But if he is hung it would be rather Barnum was right. difficult to bring him back to life again. WANTED A ROPE. Women have hearts. When the 219 Beds were deBe good to the new year, and ported a few days ago they lived up to their reputations it may be the same to you. as they were taken aboard ship under guard. Will Harris Dies. They raved and cursed thr, Will Harris one of the city's best .... .it government, and vehemently Known coioreu citizens uicni m t.t nis declared that they would re- home here yesterday morning after turn and wreck vengeance up- an Illness of a few weeks. Will was both white and colored peoon every agency that stands for liked by was considered u ;ood carple and law and order and decency. penter, a trade he had followed for And they will return bo miny yean. as-sini- ne V sure of that. The Mexican border alone offers every opportunity for again invading this country, even if they were successfully barred from our regular ports. It may even be considered a settled fact that Carranza will afford them every facility to this end. There are only two effective means of curbing a Bed iron bars or a coffin. Gentleness and humanity only fan the fires of hatred. We Will Be Glad To Book Your Order. 4 ' OBELISK, THE FLOUR. "BLUE RIBBON" TRY A SACK TO DAY. WE DELIVER IN TOWN. CREMO DAIRY FEED Will Make Your Cow Give More Milk. CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, Kentucky Farm Feed, Ballard's Bran, Hog Feed, Ship Stuff, Wheat and Rye Middlings. BUILDING MATERIAL. Miller-Reynol- ds. 11)19, Miss On December IMtli. Kllen Sophia Miller and Mr. Thcmas X. Reynolds both of this county were united in marriage at Lancaster by Rev. C. I). Strother. Miss Miller is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Miller. She His many friends and is loved by every one who knows her. Mr. Reynolds Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Reynolds nnd is a young and pro- gressive farmer of splendid moral character. Immediately after the ceremony thuy took the noon train for Cincinnati and Hamilton Ohio, where they Scott-Ralst- on. will visit relatives and friends for a few days, after which they will be On Saturday afternoon, Miss Kva at home to their friends here. We Garrison Scott nnd Mr. Robert Frank with them n long life of happiness Ralston were united In the Holy together. Honds of Matrimony, at Stanford, by the Rev, Mr. Hruiclton, of the Ray-Smi- th. Christian Church of that city. They were accompanied to StanThe marriage of Mr. Iluford It. ford by Mrs. Taulbce Comett, sister .Smith to Miss Nelle Gladys Ray took groom, Miss Nancy Scott, sisplace in Richmond last Wednesday, of the Mr. Sylvester ceremony being ter of the bride, and December 24th, the Price. performed by Rev. Taylor of that After tho impressive ceremony at city. This marriage is the result of the home of Uio olficiating minister, a happy courtship of many months. the happy couple left for n short Miss Hay Is thu bcautJful and very wedding trip to Louisville, Cincinanil Mrs. charming daughter of Mr. nati und other points north. John A. Ray, and is exceedingly popThu bride is one of the beautiful ular and will make the deserving and accomplished daughters of Mr, young man a helpmeet In cverythfng Jus. A. Scott of this county, und Mr, that the word implies. Mr. Smith is Ralston is to bo congratulated upon the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. his success in winning the hand of Smith and is one of Garrard county's this lovely maiden. She was handprogressive farmers. somely dressed in a brown velour The Record Joins the many friends traveling suit, with picture hat, congratulations In extending and gloves, furs, and shoe to match, and best wishes. never looked more beautiful than on her wedding day, Sanders-Sande- rs. The groom Is n prominent young A wedding that will be of much in- farmer of upper Garrard who was in terest to many friends is that of service overseas for six months and Miss Uessie Ray Sanders of Madison is very deserving of the lovely trl.o . County, and Mr. .WJlliam Clyde ikn )v has won. drs of the county, which occurred They have n hast ef friends and afternoon. relatives who wish for them a life (if in Lexington Saturday Rev. Mark Colli of the Broadway much happiness and prosperity Christian church was the officiating minister. The bride is the attractive daughter of Mrs. Malinda Sanders of Madison county, and was beautiful in a traveling suit of blue tricotlno with hat to match. The groom is a son of Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and is one of our most prominent and prosperous young farmers. After several days stay at the I'hconix, thry will return to Lancaster, where they will make their home. The Record Joins the numerous frionds of this popular young couple in "Wiiilng them much success and a long lifo of happiness. V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Jan 1 , 1 920 ill" Pre Inventory ON Sale DRESSES. COATS. SUITS AND See the wonderful values we are offering in Ready made garments for Women, quality unexcelled, style correct, and tailoring equal to the highest priced garments one can buy. Many other Departments are brimming over with exceptionally good bargains as we are getting ready for the arrival of our enormous Spring stocks of Merchandise. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE Just Received. COMPANY HOUSE OF QUALITY. 'i THE ONE PRICE STORE. A Shipment of New Rugs TO OUR PATRONS-- We are still In business on DANVILLE STREET he OLD POST OFFICE. We will be glad to see you y time. We will trim our prices and not our mors during the year 1920. Hunt us up, we'll Jrise you on prices. A Prosperlous Year to You. Mis Kllxabeth Gibb nnd Mr. John Mr. and Gill Klnnnlrd have returned from n few tiny J. R. MOUNT The & CO. Q Deal House. Mr. Tom Hnllnrd entertained at a delightful six o'clock dinner Friday, Carrie Heid. complimentary to Ml Mr. W, U. Ijickey who hns been quite ill at his home on Danville Avenue, i Improving hi friend will be glad to learn. Towel! and Gtossip About People A ( Om CamUo Srt.il Mnlo (Mtff byThM Wt Art kUrultd g m! In. JIV. KJ Hughe ha "ijfWcr in Lexington. Mines Anna Hello Hullard, Anna Kliubcth Hagan viiited been a recent Mr. Florence Saltan! at UryanUville port of but week. Mr. and Mr. J. K. Robinson and Miss Delhi Hire Hughes U visiting In Stan- U. L. Hlkin were in Louisville thi Stanford Street, Friday. her aunt, Mr. J. V. Accy mcct-n- g week attending the ford. Mr. Horace Hcrndon, of Greensof the K. IV A. boro, X. C. is at home for n few days Mum Mnttte E; AdmLof Uxing-ton- , Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Strother, and this week. Mr. Herndon represents with Unlit son, who in enjoying the holiday lire enjoying n visit n large wholesale house in Louisville home folk. to hi parent in Campbcllsville, will and lias most of North Carolina for return home tomorrow. He is making good. his territory. K. U. Owsley ha been visitMr. - Mm. W. R. Cook ing her daughter,Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldcnberg and Mr. and Mr. K. II. Smith nnd chilIn Danville. little sen. of Mississippi, are guests of Mae, of dren, Robert nnd Annn her parent, Mr. nnd Mr. J. D. Gul- - Louisville, were guests Thursday and Mr I). F. Hell. Civil Kngineer, of ley nvenue. on Danville Friday of her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Ilaltlmore, Maryland. i'a hecn voting friend here. Mr. Albert Dychouse, Mr. John S. H. Henry. They were accompanMl Fannie A. "Wood ied home by Mis Rachel Henry and Miss Marjory IIullou of Stanford, Wood nnd spent Fridny with Mr. and Mrs. W. little Miss Kvelyn Christopher, who Is the guest of Mr. Joe Francis on will remain Severn! day with them. It. Wood at Paint l.ick. Danville avenue. Mr. Clarence Kerr Crawford Mis Cora Hrynnt and Wulter Hry Mr, Charle Wood of Cincinnati, the marriage of hi daughha been the recent guest of hi ant, spent Christmas week with Mr. and Mr. II. D. Lee, at their home ter. Miss Jnne Wnlton Crawford, to Wood. mother, Mr. Garrett Mr. Stout Lilian! of Washington. near McKinney, Ky. The wedding took place Monday, DecMr. and Mr. Harold Oldham of Mr. Carrie Davidson, Mr. nnd Mr. ember 22nd, in Washington, D. C. Richmond, pcnt Christmn with her Guy l)nvidn and son, spent Christ Mr. I.lllnrd is the son of Mrs. Luln mother, Mr. C. A. Arnold. ma with Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice on Stout Lilian! who lived in Lnncnster Mr. Jnmcs HurnsMc of Hlrhmond the Summit in Richmond. several year ago and the item will be has been visiting her iter, Mr, W. rend with n grcnt deal of interest i O. Higney, on Maple avenue. Mr. George Henry l.nnc, of Huena city. Mld-Wnt- Mr. nnd Mr. Dan Doolin spent now nt tho head of the cutlery deof partment and its chief buyer. in Lexington last week, Xmas Eve with Klliott Mylenr Lexington, Vu where they wcro nt- - guests nt the Phoenix Hotel. Pa int Lick. Mr. Jonnnn Hall ami son, Charlie, tendnnt In the West Kinnnird Kinnnird nnd Messrs William Mis Louri Brown has returned to nre in Stanford, the guests of her wedding. Hudson Frisbic nre visiting friend In her home nftcr a weeks visit with Mr. daughter. Mr. Hohon Campbell and Mr. J. I. Hamilton gave a dinner Mt. Sterling for several days. Mr. Campbell. nnd Mr. Will Doolin. Monday in honor of Rev. J. R. Moor.Harlin, the little son of Mr. nnd man. An elegant course menu was Mr. J. II. Kinnninl entertained Mr. Adolph Joseph hns returned served and the alTalr was an enjoy- Mr. Will Doolln, who has been very from Louisville where he Joined his with a charming dinner Monday ill with pneumonia, is better nt this wife isd baby for n visit to Mr. nnd evening nt her home on Mnplc able one. writing. nvenue in honor of Mr. and Mr.. Mrs. Honer. Mr. Louis Hall, who has been in Robert Kinnnird. The hnuie wax Mm. A. H. Rice, of Richmond. Illinois for several years, hn been Tuesday evening Mrs. W. H. Bur- prettily decorated in nil emblems of spending the holidays with hi father, Indiann, i expected Saturday for n ton gave a handsomely arranged din- Christmas. Delicious Mr. John Hall, and brothers, Messrs Xcw Year's visit to her mother, Mr. ner party in compliment to , her menu was served. The guest presHenry and Jack Hall. II. A. It. Mnrksbury, on Danville neice, Miss Minnie Mne Robinson. ent were members of the bridnl parAvenue. The table wns beautifully dpeornted ty. The nlfair wns n very delightful Miss Margaret Hackley, who hns nnd bells. nnd cnjoynble one. in Christmas flowers been the gueit of her nele, Sirs. J. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Kinnnird have enjoyed Mrs. BurI. Hamilton and Mr. Hamilton, left arrived from Lexington, Vn., and will About six couples Tuesday for a visit in Georgetown, be at home to their friends ut Dr. ton's hospitality. before returning to Clay City, Ky. nnd Mrs. J. II. Kinnnird' on Maple Mr. Lewis Herndon wns nt home Tho Womnns Missionnry Society Mr. Floyd K. Swope, who holds n nvenue. for u few day visit to his fnthcr, good position in the main office of Prof. J. W. Cook, of Stearns, Ky., Cnpt. William Hcrndon. Friends of of the Baptist Church will observe the Cleveland Twist Drill Co., of Mr. John H. Lutz, of Akron, Ohio, Mr. Hcrndon will be glad to know the week of Prayer, beginning SunCleveland Ohio, spent the holiday Miss Lena Tnylor, of Richmond, Ky., thnt he is now permanently loented January 3rd, at 3 with hi mother, Mrs. Uright Herring. nnd Miss Mattic Cromer, of Bust in Louisville, hnving received n hnnd-som- e day afternoon, clock. All members nre requested promotion from his firm the holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm Jr., of Harnstadt. were He s to be nttend. Helknnp Hardware Company. Huttonville, Miss Louise Helm, of Misses Sallie und Mattie Lutz. Danville, a student nt K. F. O. S. Midway, Ky.. nnd Mr. Gibson North visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Italian! on IK Mr. Snmuel Cotton spent Week of Prayer. ! I 1 n A Happv New Year TO YOU. Peace, Prosperity and Satisfaction goes with Viitn, lina been the guest of her i of Howling Mr. T. M, WiUon ter, Mr. J. I. Hamilton and Mr. Hnm-ilto- n (rcen, Joined hi wife at Mr. nnd on Lexington Avenue. Mr. J. It. Mount' for a visit. Mr. Dora Miller ha returned Mrs. Frank Davi and daughter, lUclimonii uftcr n from n delightful visit to her sister, have returned to Mr. J, W. Harrington tit Rockhitven vlut to Mr. and Mr. W, U. Hnll. and relatives nnd friend in Louis Mine Martha nnd lletcn (Sill have ville. taken room at Dr. and Mr. Virgil Mr. am! Mr. M. O. Kennedy of Klnnnlrd' on Lexington nvinuv. HryunUvillti had a family Christmas Kcv. F. D. I'clmcter ha returned dinner on Sunday of Inst week, in homo after u visit to hi parent, Mr. honor of Mis Pearl Dickerson who is and Mr. F, D. Palmcter, of Mont- at home for tho holidays from thi Mrs. Dora Wheeler entertained for her daughter. Mis Jennie Wheeler, nt u very delightful dinner Sunday, at their home on the Richmond pike Those enjoying tho hospitality of the hostess wero: Mr. nnd Mrs. Kugcne Mrs. Tnlton Hrndshnw, Mr. and Wheeler, Misses Lucille Lackey, Carrie Held and Sula Tribble nnd Messrs Herbert Schooler, Joe Wheeler nnd Hen Wood. Hon. Clay Knutfmnn was host nigh! nt dinner at hi home on Dnillv nvenue The house was Sat-unla- y Gaines Insurance 365 Days Out of the Year. THAT STICKS STRICTLY TO gomery County iMfiw Year urfifiT,mn,s All Wool u I - 1000 Pairs of decorated with Christum green and wreath of holly tied with red ribbon. Cover were laid for Mr Herbert Kllis, of Xorth Cnrollnu, Mr. W R. Cook, of Danville, Dr. W, M. Kb liott, Dr. J. S. Gilbert, Mr. Joo Walker. Dr. Virgil Klnnnlrd. Mr. W. H. Huiton, Mr. George Robinson and Rev. J. R. Moorman. Mr. nnd Mr. J. C William of the HryanUvillu section, were "At Homo" to a number of their friend on the evening of the 27tli Inst. Cover were laid for ten, and u well appointed four course dinner consisting of nil the savory delight und colors of the season was enjoyed. Those seated nt the tablo were Dr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Klliott, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M, Dean Mr. nnd Mr. Alfred Swope, ir.d Walter DjvI Mr. und Mr. Mem- - il I. Uurton and J. C. OLDEST AGENCY AND THE ONLY ONE IN GARRARD COUNTY, INSURANCE NOT For Sale Companies Nor Make No Changes. New Army Socks 75c value, only 35cls per pair or 3 pair $1. (; None Better Few as Good. mm Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. Never a Loss, Without Prompt Settlement 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 1 , 1920 Healthy, Robust People Popular Everywhere A CALL ANSWERED By MARY W. FORD. ASSERTS HUSBAND IS AMAZED AT HER PRESENT DESIRES. Mrs. Louminhauser Craves Food As Never Before Since Using Trutona. Owcnsboro, Ky., Dec. 31it. "My husband says he's nfrniil I'll cat him out of house nnd home, since tnkini: Trutona," Mrs. Lucy louminhauser, 109 West Mnln street, said recently. "I had the 'flu last October nnd since then I have been in n generally rundown condition " she continued, "It seemed thnt n chronic cold had settled in my side, nnd nt times, I netted nil over. I didn't sleep well nnd felt so badly In the mornings thntfl coutd hardly drag myself out of I never cared for nnything to bed. ent nnd had become so weak I could not raise my nrm nbove my head. "It's hard to believe but one bot tle of Trutona has nctunlly straight ened me up. The terrible pains in my body have disappeared now nnd my nerves nre perfectly steady. I can extend my nrms full length nnd my hands will remain steady ns n child's. This is remarkable, too, for 1 couldn't drink my cotTec without spilling it, before I began using Trutona. I ent ns I never ntc before: nnd am gaining my strength rapidly. I'm truly grateful for thn relief Trutonn gave me." Trutonn is now being introduced nnd explained in Lancaster nt Mc- HOI1KRTS DIIUG STORE. (Advertisement.) Mr. 11. M. Kurtz and Miss Mary Mrs. Andle Robinson has been sufI.e. Kurtx were In Lancaster on bus fering severely from a broken arm. (SX JUS. It UcCWr "Now (til la Clniljrit Donunn. "I have from here." Ntilr SjaJkats.) itecullor," thought in-reed traveled over lid very trail yitifj after year, nnd t now ntu nt a Ih ui to how to Jnck Dormnn nnd hl daughter hail been coming up to tlx mountalnr for some year now, nml It was n trip tlmt they both looked forward t vcr mticli. Gladys wns only tucnty, but n Ixirn mountain climber, gulf nml tennis player. Healthy, outdoor imrt nhvn)n to tier, nml to hike over the mountain wns her clilrf hobby. To il lio liml Insisted upon going alone, telling her father tlmt she wanted to do omo exploring herself licforo tin' season was over, to which lie consent' Ml rather reluctnntly. After hiking for some hour u heavy niountnlii fog net In, nml the entire mountainside wn enveloped lu n dark unci threatening cloml. It wns useless for one to proceed until It paed over, nml, a n nil It would Inxt hut n Minute, liut today It lengthened Into an hour. Sitting on n huge rock, Glady sat there looking nt the heavy mist, wondering when the cloml would leave this Ride of the mountain, when suddenly out of the in t n voice i'ke. "Hello, what have I here?" the InvlMhlo one, which sound-rvery much like n masculine voice to Glodys. "Well, 1 declare It Is a iMNit!" mid n henrty laugh could he heard near Gladys, hut the foj; wn so dense she could not see who It wn. Then come-on- e rave Glad)' hoot n vigorous pull, and for n moment slic thought she wns going to slide off the nck. "Well, whoever you nre kindly Mop pulling nt my boot," cried Gladys Impatiently. Now she wished with till her henrt she had let her father or one of tho party at the hotel uccomnny her. "Thunder and Mar!" exclnlmed the masculine voice again. "It' n girl's tKMit I was pulling at." and ngaln that hearty laugh rang out, echoing down the mountainside. At that moment the cloud disappeared and thu ami wai struggling to come out from behind another cloud, nnd finally succtvdod Then Gladys looked down and almost nt her feet was n young man looking up nt her In an amused sort of n way, which nt the time provoked her, and (till he continued Marine, a untile playing around his lips, hut not a word could ho utter. "I'lease don't stare nt me In thnt fashion you look ax though you were n hungry bear nnd wanted to ent me," and Gladys smiled In spite of herself. amusing, was It surely she thought, and nt that moment she made a movement as though about to rUe. when the young man Jumptl up al' most Instantly nnd exclaimed: "Oh, I say, plcau don't go," In a pleading voice. "And I do want to niwloglze," and again he smiled pleasantly, hut a questioning look was In his eyes, and his one thought was: "Would she stay If only for a few minutes." "Well, Mr. Man, seeing that you have recovered your voice and that you are not going to eat me up after all, I'll stay for a few minutes." Then, aa though a second thought presented Itself: "I'm almost starving for something to eat what say you V "Say, I'm so hungry, little girl. I could almost cat you right now." he cried eagerly. "Very well then. It's high time for me to he going, when you want to eat me up but I simply have to cut. nnd that' nil there la to It. o please don't me up yet," she smiled. Gladys spread n henrty lunch on the rock, nnd while muuchlng nway at the delicious sandwiches thnt Mie herself had prepared, they talked and laughed mouthful, nnd soon she between learned from tiliir that he, too, like herself, visited the mountains every year, and that he was Fred Anderson, couch nt Munt-foru f i inner nnd a very gxd frltind of her father's. It seemed strange to them both that they had ueer met, but It wns due to the fact that they both were nway at school during thu fall, and Immediately when vacation time ml In they iMJth Kit the city. She also learned Hint he had Just been discharged from the service. When they arrived at the hotel. Mr. Anderson's eyes nearly stuck out of his "Well, of all head with urprli things, Ted; when did you get bnekT '(Jot discharged about two months ago, ami then beat It for the mountains," and nt thu same time they both shook hands Ted. wns stopping at a mountain hut, some distance nway, but he decided that It was very nwoinry that ho should stay at thu saimi hotel ns the to say that Dormaus, and needles Cladya nnd ho developed u strong Men dill! p. which later ripened Into fi-d t well-know- n d, CUNN'S CHAPEL. Mrs. Lige Hurt who has been ill is better. A large number of our citizens were in Lancaster Monday. Messis Frank and John Land were in Lexington Thursday. Mrs. Josephine Dailey was a re cent guest of Mrs. Cordelia Davis. Prof. Caskey Tomcrlin is spend ing the holidays with his parents, at Klkton. Miss Iva Hotlon left Thursday for Sand Springs, Oklahoma, to accept a position. Misses Myrtic and Mary Tcatcr vrcr guests of Mrs. Lucas Foster on Tuesdny night. Mrs. John Land spent Thursday with Mrs. Harvey Tcatcr and Miss Hcrnlce Tenter. iness Wednesday. Master Elmer Wright Ry of Tea- tcrsvillc spent Tuesday night with Master Ilillic Kurtx. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrion Hurt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Hurt were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lige Hurt Sunday. Mr. Walker Locker has been busily engaged delivering tobacco with his truck to Lexington and other markets. Mrs. J. M. Amon with Mesdames Lcavcll Robert Long nnd Hnyden were in Danville shopping one day last, week. Mrs. Josephine Dailey nnd son, Cecil, who have been at Paris Crossing, Indiana, since Sept. nre here for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tcatcr, Masters Edward and Wellby Tenter, Miss Ilcrnice Tenter nnd Mr. John Land were in Danville nnd Lancaster on n shopping tour Wednesday. A very enjoynble Christmns program was rendered nt the M. E. church here Sundny nftemoon by the pupils of the Gunns Chnpel school. Miss Myrtic Tenter the teacher in charge, is to be commended for Iter untiring ctTorts to make the school term which closed Friday n success. She wns nbly assisted for several months by Miss Thelnta Simpson. News lias been received here of the death of Mrs. Lucy Hill Kidd at the irgil home of her daughter, Mrs. Moore of Newpoit, on December IGtlt. Mrs. Kidd is well remembered here ns she wns nn aunt of the Intc Mrs. Lucy Simpson Davis nnd wns n frequent visitor here to the homes of .Meesrs Thompson Davis and Johii until Iter health fulled n little more than two years ago. She wns n well educated womnn of a very bril liant mind nnd her accounts of life during the Civil War were very interesting indeed. A little more thnn two years ago, Mrs. Kidd suffered n nervous collapse from which she never recovered. Two sons, Messrs Hynl Kidd of Indiana nnd Tom Kidd of West Virginia and one daughter, The beMrs. Moore, survive her. reaved ones have our heartfelt sympathy in their hours of grief. Interment took place in Newport. CAKTERSVILLE. Mr. Morris Calico folks Sunday. Master Johncie Creech of Evnrts, here to spend Christmas holidays. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. M. Carter made a business trip to Richmond, Monday. Good Health CreaWs An Attractive, Mrs. Ellxn Conn was the week end Msfnallc Personality And Wins guest of her daughter, Mrs. Pierce Admiration. Is tnKM Mt( lltalwan Idinl Muni'. S.I.. hat irkerm Kundf.0, " Tmf.Henrm.ticnc 6nuMt4 !?"'" ef Hfcenl 4WMlea If I Iwnt'. 31. '. , Healthy People Are Happiest. John Calico nnd daughter, Lillian, were shoppers In Ilerca, on Has Put Thousands Saturday. Into the Healthy, Mr. James Carter of Detroit Mich, Class. is spending the holidays with relenergetic, How the atives here. Mirtes Myrtic and Corn Carter and attractive man or womnn Is enspent Sunday with Misses Estclla and vied by those who feel that it will always I their unfortunate lot to be Virginia Dnvis. thin, pale, nnd Mr. Walker Ilryanl sold his entire to envy men And yet why crop of tobacco to Mr. John Wynn nnd women who possess n vigorous, for 70 cents. healthy physical condition nnd nn Miss Rhodn Wyldcr of Wnllareton, magnetic personality? Poor was the weeks guest of her sister, health nml lack of vitality nre often Mrs. George Lake. merely the result of Impoverished Mr. nnd Mrs. William Italia.-.- ! vis- blood. n Is fr-- ,,cople ited her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. 1. Guile's Gnbbard nt the weeks end. whose bodies sulTer from lack of nourishment. I'ep'.o-MangMiss I'arrie Clark wns the pleas proper blood enriches the blood and tn ant guest of her cousin, Mrs. W. M. creases the number of healthy red Gnbbard last Wednesday night. We nre glad to know that Mrs. blood cells, which are so necessary to Elmer Woolwine who has been ill for carry the proper nourishment, vigorousness and strength to every part some time is able to bo out ngaln. of the body. Mrs. Felix Pennington nnd chil 1'hyiicl.ms introduced Gude's Pep dren were the week end guests of to the public becnuse they her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop. . knew thnt It contnined the very propMr. nnd Mrs. Zack Hester nnd Mr. erties that .uc so sorely needed to nnd Mrs. Edd Hester were the guests build up thin, watery blood. For of Mr. and Mrs. Zack Hester of your convenience ts Mnnse. prepared In two forms, liquid ami tabMr. nnd Mrs. Arnold Hrynnt nnd let. Roth contain exactly the same children, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas medicinal value. and Mr. A mile Robinson were Insist on the genuine the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker To be sure you are buying the llrynnt last Sundny. genuine ask your druggist for "Guile's". And In? sure the name "Gude's" is on the package DON'T NEGLECT A (Advertisement.) Pepto-Msnsjan d wenk-bodlePcpto-Mangaan Pepto-Mangan Hal-lard Pepto-MangaPcpto-Manga- Allen. Mrs. Ca,nr, of twk iff STAR.VIES DRUG STORE. FATONIC lasUatlr rsHevea liWtWr. BWi dCMsy FaaUstfr Stops food Murine. reoeAtltW, ajxl all stomach mlserlea-eemaeittnat. l.irM.n ! After you eat always talc niti eaartT- - Kaaae VHaau aaJft). -- iMttl r Say faagH.. re.v-'Sr4 ISie ij ;s i i R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, JOttN WHITE Ky. VILLI, KY. Liberal atsertment sad full viIim axis Jr-FU- I CO. RS HISes enS Geat Sales Quica.stutr t m 1 m1 (f m. !,. Arti v.im, " mm r IT atacs r eaiN Uf A t4 Mm" i ii sail M f RHEUMATIC PAIN Go after visited hrme Mr. Lionel Calico visited friends nt Wnllncctown Sunday. Miss Lillian Calico spent Sunday night with Miss Nannie Day. Mr. John Hallnrd was the guest of Mr. Charlie Hrynnt last Sunday. The undersigned hereby give w.fcja- M ng to all persons not to trespass Upon Month of Battles. Apply a lilllt, don't rub, let It ftnt any purpose w hatever lands for tratt, ind Bood-b- y twinge) Same for More great battles hav lieen fought tur external aches, pains, strains stillness In August than tn any other month. Is we will prosecute all offen dcrt to oi joints or muiclet. lameness, bruises. The list Include llleithelm, Plevna, the fullest extent of the law. f Hunt Instant relief without mutsmets or tais Grnvelotte, Cliarlernl. Mnns. Antay res and fishermen especial! soiled clothing Reliable the biggest Cove, llelgiilnud Right, Chevy Chase, notice. selling liniment ear after year EcoR. L. Alkln, Mrs. Cora Phillips, nomical by reason of enormous sales. Tnku and Kandahar. Keep a big bottle ready at all times. Mrs. Emma Daniels, Aik your druggist for Sloan's LiniR. L. Arnold. Soap In Shanghai. ment. J5c TUc, 5I.0. There Is a big demand for soap In Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Shanghai, over 100 brands of laundry Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbotham, soap being In ise, 33 made In China Edd and N. U. Price. from the nbundant native fats and oils, B. C. Klgsby. 'JO In Great Hiitaln, ft In America, 4 In Japan, 1 In Franco and 1 German D. M. Anderson. R. L. Darker brand made locally. D. L. Keliey. J. C nigsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy a it with Sloan's Liniment before it gets dangerous Her Explanation. You say )ou can't road. Norah. How tn the world did you eer learn to cook mi yell? Mltrei HAS ELD EN BROS. New Cook Shnre. mum. OI lay It to not belli" able to rade the cook books. POSTED 'i TOBACCO -- TO- Atlantic states as far south as Florida and northward ta Connecticut. The plant crows In very hilly and wooded place, nnd la easily recognised by Its kidney hnpcd leave ami rurlous flowers. These Itowers grow one to n stem. No living thing will ent Its bitter leaves and ono rarely sect the flower unless one hunts for It, for It hides Itself out uf sight If possible. Plart That Is Shunned. One of Hit most luterentlng plants In the Atlantic Mate Is the Virginia wild ginger. It la found both lu the Virginias and aa far south as Georgia, fhcre are several other specie In the s Women! C. A. Speith Company STANFORD STREET DEALERS IN fered with painful...", she writes. "I got dotrn with a weakness In my "back and limbs... I felt helpless and discouraged...! had about given up hopes of ever being well again, whoa a friend Insisted I Hero Is a mcssaga to suffering; women, from Mrs. W. T. Prlco, of "I sufPublic Ky.: Lancaster, Kentucky. Take CARDUI Tin Watch's T&fifc lore. At sunct ono evening shortly before It was tlmo to return to the city, they were sitting on the veranda of the betel, when suddenly Ted exclaimed: "Gladys, It's strung how we both deckled to start off alone on that wonten day nlone, derful a I, like yourself, as a rule went along 'Bever-to-be-forg- LOOSE LEAF TOBftCCO We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the BRANCH HOUSE at MORELAND. Same Day. XeGXJHQJGEljRI with a party of bikers.' "Well. Ted," she answered demurely, u'a lust this way : 1 was lonesome and iMfta for oh, for lora of things. -- dniQliti. I crow stronger rlebt along, and It cured me. I am stouter than I have been la years." If you suffer, you csn approclato what It Beans to be stress sad well. Thousands of women giro Cardul tba credit for their skhhI asalth. It saeald help yen. Try Cartel At alt K-7- Marked I began Cardul. In short while I saw a dlffcreseo... 1 anil wm h.r HWKHitslfts tLc t too-- waa lonesome, tin. iw m little sweet both heard the call of I wa raUta to yen MMei IB can. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan 1, 1920. a I ii i aH SKIaflMBMHaMaM. ii J i In Mi fiBf lK'W,C,yrf:nsA);vilKKtsvo.Vll.l k.Tav Garrard Tobacco Warehouse The market opened Monday and prices are better than ever. Accurate reports from neighboring houses show that we are Leading The League. Bring Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sells Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Company L. G. Davidson, President. BRYANTSVILLE Mr. D. M. Montgomery Incorporated W. R. McCray, Manager. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis and Mas- John R. Scott, Auctioneer. ley were Sunday guests of their father, Mr. W. H. Beaxlcy of House Hold 6,000 Lodger. The mo.t spacious lodging boose la the world is one for pilgrim at Veccaj remains qulto HL Mr. and Mn. W. K. Davis were, visitors Monday. Mr. C. W. Coulter of Rosaymoyne Ohio, ii vUitinir relative! here. Mn. Nan Mullln ipent several days In Nlcholasville Uit week. Miss Jane Howling ipent several day in Flemlngsburg with friends. Mr. E. II. Hallard ipent icveral dayi with her liter, Ma Woolfolk in Lexington. Mr. Gocbel llallanl of Lancaster spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Florence Hnllanl. Miss Margaret Askins of Iluena Vista, was the KUest last week of Mrs. C. M. Dcane. Mlis Martha Curtis who was operated on for appendicitis on Friday Is getting along nicely. Messrs W, K. Davis, C. M Dean Miss Minnie Mae Robinson of Ijtncaatcr was the week end guest of Miss Stella Mae Grow. Dr'nml Mrs. I). D. Montgomery of Paint Lick, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant Sunday. Miss Margaret Croushorn of Uerea College spent the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Francis Croushorn. Miss Jane Howling of K. C. Y Is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Howling. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams entertained n number of their friends at a J o'clock dinner Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dlckcrson and family of Lancaster were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Ken nedy. Misses Annie and Mae Powell And Annie Hello Hallard of Lancaster, spent icveral days with Mrs. Florence ter Newton Davis were the guests of Mn. Uelle Davis of Sulphur Well on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ilrynnt and family of Louisville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Hallard Thursday. Mrs. U. C. Hose entertained a number of relatives Thursday in honor of her little son, James Lear, it be ing his fourth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Curtis and little son, were the guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs, their grand-parentHiram Hay at Buckeye. Mr. C. W. Farley of Lexington, Mr, Sam Farley and Miss Mary KHcn Farley of Nicholasvillc wero here Wednesday for the sale of their home. Messrs W. J. Uroaddus, 11. II. Ilal comb, Louis Uroaddus and Misses Lettie Uroaddus and Mary Uelle Hal comb wero Itichmond visitors Thurs day. Mr, and Mrs. K. K. Swopo and sons have gone to make their future home We regret in Aberdeen Mississippi. to lose them from our midst, but wish them every success in their new home. GUY. Hallard. 11. Hal-com- Mesdamea II. Ilalcomb, Nan b Mulllns and Miss Mary Helle were in Danville shopping on and Sam Ilalcomb were In Lexington Monday. Saturday on business. r? Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsce Jr., en tertained a number of their friends Saturday evening those present being; Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis, Misses Martha and Margaret Curtis, and Messrs Harmon and Hubert Ran-eof LnGrange. Mr. Kdd Pierce and Miss Grade Hurt surprised their ninny friends Wednesday by motoring to Nicholas-vill- e and engaging in the, holy bonds of matrimony. The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. Cronley Hurt and is a very attractive young lady. The groom, is the oldest son of Mr, Joe Pierce und Is to be congratulated on winning such a lovely bride. y Alcohol From Moss. syndicate Is planning ft) distill alcohol spirit from white moss, there beltig enormous ijuautltlea of it available, A Hwcdls.t Noah Viarsee, Jr. BRYANTS VILLI, KY. 1 DOLLARS A dollar in your pocket is worth considerably more to you than if it wjs in tho other fellows pocket. You can put many good dollar in your pocket by using U. A. THOMAS' HOG POWDKR. It lessens the chance of dlseaso by removing worms, tonic and conditioner we sell it. W. A. Dickerson. adv. tained last Sunday it on elaborate dining, all of their children being present. Mr. J. L. Yantis spent Xmas weekend in Somerset the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Longsworth and Mrs. A. M. Girdlcr. Misses Uulah and Iva Led ford of Paint Lick, spent a portion of Xmas week with their sister, Mr an.d Mrs. It. H. Ward. Mrs. Carrie Davidson who spent a pleasant Xmns at Richmond with Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice and family, returned homo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Walker, Mr. and Mr. Ruben Prather, spent un enjoyable day last Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather. Misses Laura and Alice Sowdcr of the Fall Lick pike spent an enjoyable day Christmas week with Mines Maud and Fannie Smith. Mr. and Mr. Charlie Tuttle returned home Monday, from Uurbours-Wilafter spending the Yuletldv season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Milton Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and three little daughters, Misses Margar et, Ruth and Sallio Lou, were visitor Saturday night of Mrs. John Hroad dus and family, Mr. John Uroaddus and sister, Miss Llda, attended a delightful par ty Friday night at Marksbury, given by Mrs. Morten Pollard and Miss Alice Sutton. Mr. and Mr. Mlley Beailey, Mr. and Mrs. William Kinder and baby, Misses Dorothy and Willi May Beaz- e, Mesdames William Sutton and R. 0,000 peraoaa. II. Ward have been quite ill with seIt is wi(h regret that we have to which accommodates lose, on January 1st, tho families of vere colds. Ouch. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin and fam- Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Ward and Mrs. Dobson "Blnks hna dyed hi batr John Broaddus. Uoth are good true black. Don't say I told you." Robeon ily spent Friday last on Poor Ridge d neighbors and citizens, and we "Whyr Dobson "He want! to pike with relatives. them to the community in the keep It dark." Mr. and Mrs. Clay Uroaddus and vicinity of their new homes, as "the two ions were guests of Mrs. John but realize best ever" in every' Plotv Roll Ovr Stumps. Uroaddus and family. that our loss is their gain. An Australian Inventor hs brought Mr. and Mrs. Uascom Pclphrey out a plow for use on newly cleared Mesdames Milton Ward and C. R. land which roll and Miss Nelle Pelphrey were in over stumps and other Henrv entertained at an elegant din obstructions. " Lancaster Tuesday with friends. ing on Sunday, Dec. 28th in honor of rw i Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Farmer spent A delicious Mr. Word' birthday. several days in Woodford county menu, S.00O Different Fish In the Nile. and every delicacy of the seaduring Christmas, with relatives. Nile It Is believed son was served, including Turkey and greater variety ofthe than contains a any other flsh Master Luther Hroaddus of Paint Country Ham. All the children and river In the. world. An expedition seat week the Lick spent several days last (in Ky) being by the British museum brought back with his cousin, Master Ruben Uroad- present, making it a day that will 8,000 specimens. dus. long linger in their memory. We Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater enter- wish for Mr. Ward many moro happy Cultivating Sugar Cane. reco-mengrand-children The methods of cultivating sugar cane In Trinidad arc beginning to undergo radical chances through the InChinese Typewriter. One of the moot remarkable type troduction of American plow and culwriter lit the world wait the machine tivators, hay rakes, mowing machine, i'loclally dcxlgiifd and built for LI and crushers und pulverizers of feed Hung Chang, tho Chines ntuttntuan. for mute and rattle. It had 1,8110 keyn. No die wero availBaker's Dozen. able, so the engraving of the type had In most countries 13 is always to ba done by hand. spoken of as "the baker's dozen." but In Italy It I called "a cobbler's dozen." Were Hearty Eaters. There In a tradition In that land that Many great musical composer had formerly there- was a law compelling exceptionally Urge appetites. When cobblers to put 12 nails around tho HutuM dined nlon ut a restaurant he edgu of a boot heel, and that when usually took the precaution of order-lu- g nails werv cheap n thirteenth nail was Haydn, yet driven In the center fur luck. a meal for three morv voracious, u known to u meal that would havo sutls-lie- d Horn. live ordinary appetites. Ilnme cannot bo given us. We may given n houo, u place to cat and This Is not a home. A homo Buck Hires In Combat. a (dace of loo and rest and peace. An Australian correspondent and rest and peace wast bo do- light" be"a dlnktmi xtuud-uod, must be earned. Nobody can lt ivu buck 'They prop upright nam! them to you us so many pack-ii their hind leg and box with their They are matters of reciprocity, g front paws, pparrlng. ducking, h Jim have uonu to give, thero will in pugilistic fuhloii, fur HyWest-.r- u Mir Utile for you to receive. lic; In all direction. Whin one pugiMethodist. list gett winded or pasted out he falls m hU back uud skit his lull." Not Always Unlusky. Friday ha not been unlucky la history, If It Is so considered by many. It Etiquette cf Walking. When In the Htrevt, especially In was on Friday, August 3. 1402, that Codaytime, u lady t not supposed to lumbus set sail ou bis voyage of distake, ii gentleman's arm, unless she covery, und Friday, October 12, that Is Id ll nn or elderly, though she may he first sighted laud; Friday, Novemproperly do so ut night. When walk. ber 22, 14081, that he reached Hlspaaela Ing with two ladles u gentleman may oa Bis second voyage: Friday, Jane eeatj-- a walk on the outside, or the Inside, or, 13, 1404, that he reached the sut of America. It was oa Friday, rather, the side from which he can July 17, 1TTU. that the awUea was beet guard his companteu or cow pa are from obstacles or danger. It t msdi- that the United celenlea Indepsad-en- t. free not good form to take a lidy'a arm. U'l ought to be ecrw-reae- aud eotttd be Many moro unless ta assist her la setav way. cited. con-sum- o - birthdays. 'lp. . dos-ewli- ' bar. n. upper-cuttin- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 1 , 1 920 Sheriffs Sale FOR ! DELINQUENT Sheriff of County, will on MONDAY, JANUARY 2Gth, 1020 name bclnir County Court Day, offer for nolo at the Court Home door, nt Lancaster, Kentucky, the following real property, returned delinquent, same belnc. the amount due for State, County and School Taxc, for the year 1019. Said ialc to bcRin at ONE O'CLOCK, Standard time. The names of those paying before that time will bo stricken from the list. LANCASTEK, NO. 1, WHITE. Acton, Smith, n. r. 2 acres ..$11.49 Green, Jesse & Angle, 11H a 25.51 - 10.20 Green, Jesse, 15 ncres 17.00 Northcott. H. U. nr. Lot 7.C0 Ricanlson, Millard 3 acres Shcrrow, Frank. 21. acres.. 11.39 Smith. Mrs. L. W. 2 1 ncres... 6.17 1, A. K. WALKER, Taxes Gar-rar- d 5.04 7 r.r. in 2.0! Letcher, Dr. nr, 100 acres 1.33 Miller, Suian, 4 ncres 0.83 McGuire. W. F. 50 acre Parker, Mrs. Lucy, 15 acres, . 2.74 20.02 Parker, G. A. 12 acres. Pointer, Mrs. Sallie, 20 acres. 3.07 Ponder, Justice and wife, 30a 10.00 5.39 Powell, lien, 5 ncres Pullins, Mrs. Clyde, 16 acres.. 12.37 3.03 Ross, Mnlissa, 40 acres Singleton, Mrs. J. N. 45 acres, 18.3 13.19 Thompson, S. W. 5 acres, 2.74 Tudor, Harris, H acre, 17.10 Turner, H. S. 15 ncres 8.29 Underwood, Dave, 14 acre Woolwine, Mike, 50 acres,.. 13.29 DISTRICT NO. 4 COLORED. !.: Arnold, Geo. 32 ncre 6.98 Hronddus, Miller, 10 acres 2.74 Campbell, Marthu, 1 ncrc Duncan, Bud, 4114 acres.... 0.27 Faulkner, William, 12 acres.. 11.9 Hunt, Jim, 4 ncres, 5.04 Hunt, Robert, 2 acres 4.81 Hunt, Dock, 00 ncres 20.73 Kennedy, Edd, 3 ncres, 5.28 Kennedy, America, acres.. 2.74 Lackey, Clell, 7 ncres 10.04 Lear, Joe, 60 acres i iMinvv. ti...i on .v 1 1. ... ...... FARM VERMIN ON HOGS EXPENSIVE One Cent Pound Is Adoed to Cost of Producing Pork by Prtssnc of Insects. ANIMALS STOCBC Pr 00GS SHOT IN CONNECTION Wardens Destroy Mors Than 5,000 Canines, and Ltss Injury to Shtcp Has Rtsulted. LIVE .... THE UNIVERSAL CAR Probably there ia no other car that ever)' tjoy in the year meets the demand of the physician as docs the Ford Coupe, with its permanent top, its broad scat, ami deep unhoUtcringr, its sliding plate glass windows, by whichin a minute the car js changed from n closed car to an open car. Equipped with vn clcctric startint and jighiini; system, demountable rims with 3li inch tires all around and embodying all the established merits and economics of the Ford car. I.ct in look after your Ford car and you will net genuine Ford parts and skilled workmanship. UTwirnt tijr lh .. .... tir th UuIIikI Malts IVpAft Lkv add a cent a iound to the cost mtnt of Airleultur.) Infortunium from Connecticut show of producing pork. This hns been found in torts Jut completed nt the thnt In iho year ending September 30, experiment fnnii of llu L'nltiil Slates more thnn 5,Ut dog weru killed by department of ngrlculttirw nt Hells-vllle- , dog warden. Mnny were shot while Twenty-fou- r Md. loujr hog Interfering with sheep. Less Injury to ww secured nnd divldt-- Into two heep lias resulted than In any prrlut at nearly equal ns to quality of nnlinali ns mIIiIp. The two lots were mntinced nnd fed the same way with the exception that one lot was triii tit I to prevent lire. Tlio animals were uelehcd nt regular Internals nnd nt tht end of tin- - fnttentng period It with wni found that the hoe llife-te- d - of AsrlrulturiL) l'niic.1 gtatt tVpurt-mn- t tl'rrprrl Leavell, Jonah. acre,.. 5.28 Lcavcll, Broaddus, 4 acres 8.03 Mitchell, Herbert, 1 acre 5.11 Wallace, George, 1 acre, 5.27 A. K. WALKER. Sheriff of Gnrrnrd County .. Hascldcn Bros. Garage Lancaster,Ky. 2.45 Adams, Morlah, lot 4.00 Anderson, Pete, 1 ncrc 8.87 Anderson, Alex, lot, . 5.70 Illand. William, lot 7.70 Dumsidcs, J. R. lot 4.50 Qurnsldcs, Nannie hrs, lot 3.90 Burnstdcs. Man-- . lot 5.98 nurdett. Bright. 2 acres, 4.95 Burdett, James, 3 acres Denny, Mnry Jane hrs, 1 acre 2.00 5.57 Dunn, Jake, Jr. lot 13.99 Faulkner, Louis, lot 10.98 Faulkner. William. 4 acres 3.91 Grant, Mattic, lot 0.83 Hcrrine. Annie. 5 acres . 2.71 KnvannuRh. Mattle. lot. Kennedy. Janic. hrs. lot 3.90 7.21 Lcavcll. Anderson 3 acres 9.15 Lewis. Steve, hrs, C ncres 3.35 Mullins, Henry. lot, Murray. Mildred Royston lot. 2.00 3.3 McDonald. Lelia. lot 3.30 Ncwland. Sarah, hrs. lot. 23.40 Owens, Charlie, lot 7.21 Ray, George, lot 4.4 ! Salter, Mattie, lot, 4.75 Simpson, Jack, lot, 5.C5 Lewis, George hrs, lot. C.05 Williams. Herbert, 1 acre, DISTRICT NO. 2, WHITE, 11.13 Alfred, Jesse, 18 acres 41.17 Burk, S. L. hrs, 53 acres 14.05 Durham, James, 20 acres, 5.98 Farley, Tom, 1 acre 23.10 Grow, Earl, 55 acres 40.G5 Kerr, N. A. CO acres 1 102.25 Parks, W. C. 74 acres 5.71 I'reston. John T. M acre Sherrow, William, 2 acres, -- - 9.05 4.15 Slade, C. H. 45 acres, 10.93 Stoics, Wm, hrs, 25 acres . NO. 1. COLORED. COY Mr. V. L. Sanders hns purchased n new Onkland Cur. Mrs. Abe Burton spent Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Layton of Mad ison. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whittaker were called to Lowell Saturday after .. A ftfiliilii Dog-Proo- f noon. Mr. Mcldren Simpson spent the week end with his sister, Mrs. Robt. Vnught of Lancnstcr. Mr. Eddie Simpson spent ChristEstelln mas with his sister, Mrs. Blakcman of Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Sanders were called to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Marscc, who is ill. Mr. Lucien E. Clousc of Kings Mill, Ohio, is spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Mnry Clouse. Mrs. Amanda Clouse and daughter Ethel nnd Maudie Mae, spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Myrnle Locker. Mrs. Belle Simpson and daughter, Virginia, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vnught of Lancaster, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Locker and little daughter, Kathryn spent Thurs day nnd Friday with her mother, Mrs. Amanda Clouic. Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders enter tained the following guests Christmas day in honor of Mr. W. C. San ders nnd bride. Misses Penchie Mac Sanders nnd Inez nnd Rosa Ray, Messrs Thompson nnd Angle Sanders A delightful dinner was rcrved. Mr. William Clyde Snndcrs nnd Miss Bessie Rny Sanders surprised their ninny friends by motoring to Lexington on Dec. 20th and uniting in the holy bonds of matrimony. We extend hearty congratulations to the happy couple and wish them n long and happy life. Washington From Monument. Lot In Which at Night In Regions Where Animals Running at Large Are Ravaging Flocks. Fenced Shrep May Oe Placed .... ... . NO. 2, COLORED. Adams, McKinley, 1 acre, Cochran, Frank and Will 4 Coffey, Colonel, 14 acres ... ... a. 7.02 4.54 10.09 0.85 2.10 9.90 11.87 7.15 Denny, George, 1 aero . Dunn, Sandy, hrs, 1 acre, Dunn, Nancy, 2 ncres, Dunn, Francis and sons, 4 a. Floyd. William, 7 acres Hamilton, Hume, !4 ncre, Hughes, Sam, 30 acres Jackson. Amett and wife...- Jones. Hock, 1 acre, Kemper, George, 4 acres McMurtry, Obc, 22 W acres.. McMurtry, Tom, 14 acre Sfgar, Ed and Sister, 3 14 acres ... ... 23.35 11.09 7.01 7.48 27.09 Simpson, Geo. 4 acres.. Sutton, Lee, 1 acre, Taylor, Edd, 12 acres Taylor, Mary. 14 acre DISTRICT NO. 3, WHITE. 17.04 Adams, Andy, 40 acres, 7.99 Anderson, Wm. 0 ncres 20.82 Duncan, J. W. 34 acres 14.05 Fain. John B. 32 acres 18.09 Ham, J. S. 1 acre Lambert, J. II. Mrs. 45 acres. 23.39 Long, Ott 1 acre 9.48 5.10 May, William, 14 acre Kaylor, Herbert, nr, 1 acre -- - 2.10 4.95 Rogers, Curtis, acre Sebastian, S. S. 9 acres 32.73 Simpson, Mrs. Lucy, B. 3 a... 7.01 Teoter, Henry, 11CV4 ucres.. 57.98 Tudor, L. I. nr, 05 acres 35.10 DISTRICT NO. 3. COLORED. Broaddus. Charlie. 19ft acres 13.21 8.00 Denny, William, 3 acres, 3.95 Faulkner, William, 1 acre 11.53 Wearren, Joe, 15 ucrcs Wcarren,, John, 314 acres, 7.70 DISTRICT NO. 4, WHITE. 19.53 Alma, A. C nr.. 227 acrrs 4.81 Barnes, I.Iro. 1 acre, Berry, John W. nr, 10 acres.. 2.74 Campbell, Mrs. J. B. 5 acres,. 3.74 8.10 Campbell, J. P. 25 acres, Edwards, J. E. 0 acrvs 27.20 Estrldgc, Mrs. Jane, 13 acres. 0.31 07.07 Hammonds, G. H. 127 acres, 7.54 Hester, John, 1 acre, 5.39 Hainan, J. S 15 acres, 4.09 Hetatt, Sam, 10 acres Hopkins, Frank, 26 acres, 5.90 3.03 Hunt and Owens, 53 acres, King, Geo, nr, 1 acre 2.45 4.81 Kinnard, Bradley, 1 acre . 9.98 L4w, Wm., 2 acres ........ ...... .... ..... feet M4 l 500 12.19 Inches hlsh: the shaft Itself feet 54 Inches, tho small pyramid 5.39 which top the shaft being M feet. 8.30 The hn .V, feet 1'4 Incite Mpiure. l 5. 5 The wall are IS feet thick at the bac 15.72 of the shaft and taper to IS lnche? 1.83 thick at the top. Credit Out of Favor. A detuil of colored engineers who were working on the road In the vi cinity of luun Mere- growling lit the long hours, the M.arit- - nwlls and the to comfort hack pay. The "Hut think of all the them. Mild: came the cretlit at." "Vt-uli,credit. iiBuwil. "Uut all we do Niivuh ee no taxh around houh." AmerlCND Ltrglon Weekly, " Hour of haft to IVofdithglon monument Is n.V, njs, the year due lnii to thi txt- ralletl roninlng dog law. which went Into July 1. Champion Berkshire Barrow Free of The shii-- Ihduotry In Connecticut Lice. bus lticretie. ,B th iwr t ot two jimiit, anil Is still growing. Tlie Ilco cost a cent a ioiind more to fatten tate leslMaturu rvcentlr tlmiitliov which were free of the trou ntetl HO.tMl to he'ued .y theatmronrt Conneo bletonie p,t. The oMclals who bad .grlctilturnl college lu further charge of this exierlnient glvu nn In tlcut the ing slurp InduMry. tercMlng hide llsht In connection with securing the lottsr nnlmnlH. Tliey i civutuunlcated with sotiw of the do BLANCHED FEED FOR HORSES pniinient's Held men, asking them to ocnte lousy hogs. It was pome time Select Ration That Seems to Meet Animal's Requirements Indilefore a reply was received to this viduals Differ. surprising order. After th louy hogs wens purchased the owner learned Drpart- why. nnd he Immediately built a dip (I'rtfutf.t br lhf UnltMt Put mmi or Asrlrulturs.) ping vat and hegnn to treat the nn- As no fe,l or combination of feed Irani to prevent lice. will meet conditions In all parts of the country, so no food or mixture Is COUNTY BREED DIRECTORIES for nil clas" of horse. In choolng n ration for n horso. select Catalogues Are Valuabl In Identify. tho one that seems to meet his re Ing Owners and Effective In quirement, whether for growth. Promoting Sales. maintenance, work, breeding or fatten ing; estimate the ntnoimt of feed (frrtKirtd by tho United StMn Depart- - t ami try out the ration. It may r mtnt ol AKncultur.) after a trial thnt too little Is be (!) Indexing counties ns to dominant ing ffil or thnt the ration may lw lirel of live stock tiinlutalne, thrtmch chancetl somewhat In tho Interest of tho uio of county breed directories. or efficiency. If a nmuber of Ifnc won great favor In Iowa, where horw-nre. kept, different rations lnn ngo I.ltin county Innugu M'terul jears be tetetl on different animals and the rnted thli. work. Such catalogue are ont selected for general use. In vnlunble In Identifying the owners of dividual fettling gives tho best re different hroetH and nre effective 1n sult. promoting sales and In attracting Feitllng stHT aro brondly dlvldeil pro9tcctlvi ptiriiinsent to tho locality. Into two great clnve, proteins nnd n relatively iernia. They conitltuti; cnrbuliydrntes. Ttm iroteln nre tieut form of ndvertltlng, as ordinarrk-In idtniii'tiiiiM romxitmds which ily they are kept for future reference are ued In the animal body In build by tlioo who receho them. The Ing tlsMie. iMiiie. hair, etc., nnd to pronre best lstue.1 under the vide energy; tho corlxdijdrato fettls authority of a county Iho stock breed- are starchy nnd are used In the animal er association or tho local farm bu- body In the formation of fat nnd aim reau. Ordinarily the exjxwes of thee for energy nnd heat. booklets are raited by the sale of adTo obtain the best reulls In feed vertising spnee to breeder. I'rnctl- - ing, the rntloli should be balanced rnlly miy rural printing olllce run put proerly to meet the need of the rtnU out creilltuble productions of thli mnl In building tissue and supplying class. energy for work. The subject N In detuil In the United .tntt" COMMUNITY BREEDING PLANS depnrliuent of ncrlctilturo's Farmers' Itulletln 1UUI, whlth will In- - sent fne Farmers In Certain Section Agree to on request. . . DON'T Throw Your Money Away MANY MERCHANTS ARE i PROFITEERING. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. f i i I (!) sitlt-nbl- e Fresh Shipments of CANDIES and NUTS, (bought before Sugar advanced) have arrived. FRUIT of all kinds, fresh from the city every other day. FIRE WORKS, TOYS AND DOLLS. nt-e- ap-pea- s lt i i Assortment of CHINA and GLASSWARE nnd a handsome line of CUT GLASS. Don't forget that this is the place if you need a new AUTOMOBILE TIRE, all standard makes at lowest prices possible. Big N (!) (!) Phone us for any thing you need. it or will get it. We have fe-tl- s 1 Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. B R YA NTS V I LLE, KENTUCKY. Stick to One Breed and Use Purebred Sires. Community SHRUNKEN WHEAT GOOD FEED mm WSJBrSvYasSFaarwVSrvvsfVlWvBTeYssp sr j ..... .... . ..... ... .. breeding simply tneuns tliat the tanners In a certain community agree to do two thlmw: Flrxt. to breed but one breed of cat tle, sheep or hogt. h'efond : Thvy sgreo to us none but purebred sires, tbohv sires b'llig own- Ju pt d either Individually or collects ely. Kveryunu Is nbolitely freo to do ns he i4ex Jmt o long ns he stlrlis to ota eUss of stock and utes it purebred Kin. Those Ideas run bet be cnrritil To Acquire Qreitness. farmers arc orgunUeil In a The bent giuirnntiv to greutness Is mt If Hi" get together nt stutetl in Jnten Im Interest In n great program. lxy and Tlieti It thnt the fellow becomes so full of the Job thnt he linni't time to think about whether he's great or not. lie the thing to be done and Imh LIVE STOCK NOTES S comet co full of how to do It that he rlMW without knowing thnt he's hecotii. Ing great In the eyes of the world. So the best thing Is to be tilled with your .Mutton Inmbs are sure sale at good Job urn) work It until It gets the fruits. prices. t Use the best boar that you can She Had a Different Ambition. When William Wllberfom-- , the re secure. t tinner, win u cundldatu for imrllu Keep the full pigs growing all item his sister, an nmlablu and wltt) oung lull-- , orieatl Hie coiuplliuvnt oi through tho winter. tiwv gmvn to each of lh wives ot Parasitical diseases of sheep aro lo-frwmeu whd voted for hei irolher, on which she wus saluletl with hard to fight and overcome. i cry of "Mlm Wllberforro forever! Weak lambs should be nursed and hen shu pleaf nitly observed: "1 hunk you, gentltiuien, bat I cuimol given extra caru and a little titn grw with you for really 1 do not tul'k. r itt to b MIm Wllberforce forever Arrange to have the sows farrow Itoston I'M. early. The early pis have the ad- vantage of better market. m-c5 Hogs In South Dakota experiments Made Almost as Large Gains as With Oood Wheat. With the prlco nil hogs, shrunken wheat ns a pig feed Is worth about ns much as Itw government's gunrnntee," sny lege. bubniidry at South Dnkotn Statu ProfesMtr Wltmin J, W. WIIhou. profesr of nnliunl col- Glen Lilly the FLOUR that oompeets with 'QUALITY at a fair price made from selected Garrard County What. bases this statement UHtn tho nultN of experiments conducted nt tho college some whent In yenrn ngu In feeding wheat. I'lc eotnpnrlson with receiving ground shrunken whent made an average dally gain per head of two ,)r,Mluc,1K Ully. lM11u , B(MH, tbrei'-tenth- s of a iwiiind moro r day mt head. w,.t TIVC: O.qvr Keep the sowa that prove to be the most profitable beuren. Herkshlres aro n splendid typo because they are u large aud healthy pig. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, Crude ell, applied on the back of the hogs with a brush will kill the lice. Snvo the best gilts and breed them to a good Uar. This la the best meth up a good proUuciug 1 of bulldlug berd. KENTUCKY. r T The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Jan JUDSON. Mrs. II. M. Lane is Improving. Mr. Hobart Simpson has been qulto III. 1 1 BACK , 1 920 WELCOME HOME if W Dodge Brothers motor CAR Mr. James Hicks has purchrscd an Overland car. Farmers in this community are busy stripping tobacco. Mr. Olllo Lane was the Sunday truest of Mr. and Mrs. James Foster. Miss Agnes liny was the week end guest of her cousin, Miss Vergeliu Kay. Mr. William Scott was the guest Sunday of his father, Mr. Itobort ' se-iii- tamm O Tll,WfMiw ditrniifllfh, br Klniwnrn, te. Don't aeH Mi III IK ti ratimt ottCtnw. lihwrt funttonirilunt'!UI HNIT Scott Miss licrnio Itay spent a few days recently with her sister, Mrs. Clay Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson. Mrs. I.ee Grow wis the guest on Tuesday of her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Hard wick. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Simpson spent Sunday with tier parents, Mr. ami Mrs. G. N. ItRy. j Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Thomss spent Sunday with parent, Mr. and Mrs. Sm Ckrk. Mr. ami Mrs. Crenley Hardwlck 'spent a few Aiys recently wiUi Mrs. I'aUy Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. William Mack spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin lllnek. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lane and family spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. Lane and family. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Nnylor spent ! hr KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. Saturday night and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nannie Itay. Mr. Marshall Itny delivered his tobacco at the Lancaster Tobacco Warchouic last week receiving an nvoragc of 70 cents for it. SIMPSON MOBERLY. On last Thursday morning, Miss Haltiu Simpson and Mr. Kdwurd Moherly were married In Lancnstcr by Rev. C. I). Strother. of the Hap-tichurch. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray accompanied them. The bride is the lovely and accomplished daughter of and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson never looked prettier than on her wedding day. Mr. Moberly is certainly to be congratulated on winning such a lovable girl as u life companion, whose wintomcness and beautiful character has endeared her to the community. The groom is the oldest son of Mrs. Leslie Hill and one of the matt substantial farmers of this community. Their many friends aro wishing them u most prosperous und happy Ife together and may every day be as happy as their wedding iny. st Kindling Spark Required. It take more than n den to product thought that .mm. hc4 Llvlngitcn Memorial Tree. t'ne of Hip most curious memorials L'tlng.time Is the "name tree," near I ct.i.m I'nlls, on the Zambesi. On Family Secrets. 8uggettlve 8lgn. IJvltnratmie rut hi Initial '"ink Railway Matlnuv In Sweden at "What n beautiful mamma you've 'he dnte 18JW1 or. the day of hi? Cot." Mhl llt tn the rutin. In hU ImkjU civ-- which tivcnU are served are Imllrntcil daughter. n guest tu hl hotett' little an account of this Llvlncstono sy the simple hut suggestive plcturo MVw, when there' n party," replied ss 'Thin won tin only luKtunce In of n rnnonl knife and fork opiwsltc nMrh I Indulged In thl piece of van- - In the iiainn of thu station In the the Infant terrlhle. Ronton Trans - crlpt. -.4 time tahtr. v e Little Wind In Siberia. Alcohol from Seaweed. tVhlle the nerugo temperature In According to eteriments tnailo at la the I'aMeur InMltnte In Parts, an Wetcrn .Siberia Is extremely low It average of ntHiut sU iimrl of alcohol withstood by human beings compararan ho otitoltui from each 100 pounds tively easily because of the lack ol wind. of HWMml. Thornhill owners conmntly comment on the uc with which the wagon can be "hacJcvl un." Tim is duo to the full circle iron. The ordinary circle is but a half circle In making a sic i p turn bohtcrs often run tn the cm! of the track and become "derailed." Thornhills cannot do this because their track it a circle ( O ). J 'OME Others comment on the fact that in spite of tremendous ovetload'i, Thornhill axles never break. The reason for this is plain. They use touch highland hickory reinforced by a steel truss bar that extends the full length of the axle. , Still others comment that the gears never crt out of line. This unusual feature is due to one of their workmen's inventions. I (c desicned a malle- tint relieves the kins bolt of strain. able front hound plate bolted to the tears at eight points. It's literally a jacket of iron that holds gears in line and insures light running for life. From hilly sections come reports that the old trouble of broken kinc bolts is unknown among owners of Thornhill wagons. This because uf a cup and saucer arranucincct on the bolster Thornhill beds due to their location which gives them the pick of the yearly cutting of wood and due, in part, to the fact that they paint witli pure lead and linseed oil despite its Inch cost. Thousands of owners have found in Thomhills unuiual strength where they are sccujtomcd to weakness. lH-M- . Let us show you this perfected wagem To others the amazing feature it the Ions life of W. J. ROMANS. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. "Don't stand there looking like that, Hetty l" he lutt out. "You lusst lwve Victories of Every Day. N. L. PREWITT Th.T lire great vletrtrle and stm-a!- - kmrnii taut I couldn't keep away; that I wonM Have to Uirn frni iwr own ami Hurtle itrts f kernlmn ilnn Auctioneer iry ihjr In ihkh and intwn, and Hin yowl- ruMMW fer not answering sny in Hitlv hHrehK attd In men's and letters tu j on. alajbe thy wori't In wnvn'a hearts nay mo of which terntlHB ma bo I hey woreti't well SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. might renmed the xtHrntrxt man tu written; Iwt, oh, Hetty I couldn't yo Hot exprihui'h a world, awl Ht Ithn with belief Imvw written Lancaster. Ky , R. FrD. No. :? sstui t'lMnzed nutl she trleil to peHk i nd Jwipe In It. Dlekens. inlwly, but her volte treoiMitl uml nruse. BOOKKEEPING Yimi l4d we yon would svtid your ; BusIntis.Phonojrsptiv Hihlremi. mimI I watted for you to write BAD CDLD GOT YOU? TYPEWRITING and "At llrt I wan very M(ltiit, and then TELEGRAPHY I but oil. I ilitlHt set auy letters R. SMITH BUSINESS CQLLEQt (ssisssJ 4s4t ft sTatJ FEELING GRIPPY? ' Slevle " and for n moiuent she tov sVlhur ereil her ew with both tmiids. ! tfttiktBst lvltts, mU 49 '( t1tsrHBsi JV U'l wona stetKsjisr rva, A feetlMs! of perfect compreheiixli'ii tM ff t UlriMMlLUUH U. ftniTlI.LsfllnKltUr. oxer him. Couldn't he und en'it Dr. King's How Discovery nsihi wen etiimsu now nam u nrni been to biHir tho strain of wnltlngl soon starts you on the road lagerly bo inutht rit her hands am , ........ .. .1 ure ... iiivw ... to recovery iiitu mini ow jai ".Seven tetters, Hetty! hu cried. Mil. ....... mm ...... UWI inwm f MIVI" ..H.I M'lll tlHO trlsxl. altvuys usod. That's 'would haw written Tt more, only I OXCBtrite zpriiliii, but one never i wide up my mind nt last that you did iiiMbltftihlt, tlifin if iu t. not cure for my letters, or for me." Iu Dr. Klug'M New IMsenvery. You will llk tho itrompt, business-llk-o Ids voleti wus thu Hug of tnith. Truth way It Iimim'iis thu shone In his clear, young ejo". and all rhest, noothe the tnrturml thnuit, relieves un old ur a o.ui-- iuhl rrlin. her doubts und fours vanhdied; but with gloomy foreboding ho n.kiil: couch, enmp. 'I ho klililli!i run tnko It In perfect "t'sn't you believe inel" safety, ton. Siu ti.ul aftrrt'lYectii. "Yes' Ywl" she replied Imwtlly. Simiiltirtl Imlf it .,iitiiit. "And no one else In all tho w ide world 10 it bottle. At jour druggist. could bo so welcome." shu said softly. As u few moments later shu stood In Tor ttu Treatment of Tubrcu)oi!i sitting mom deorwuy. ns Don't Continue Constipated the placed his hat on the wutrhlng the Matntaloed Ly the LouVirtK hook Iu he Don't let your bowelM liulldozu vntir little front entry, her siulltmi eyes ami Antl'TubercuIstu AuocUilon fsr system. Make tluin function regularly lips seemed to him tu' the adequate tiestmeot of tuber still' bo saying: keen thu ImhIv rleuiiiml tif uniin culoili la ell its itigtt tt tut ikst tuatter with Dr. King's New Llfo I'll Is. Nii nno else In All the v;ldo world ml. Rates Slf.CO p.r wtfk, in could be so welcome." BffL lllllnilStlMiM tlW.itilnlik cludlnc bostd, tnedk altmticn, Usdclng over her shoulder ho noteil . mttm. I. 1...H .ii ... hundry, etc. Illgh iound luiiMiu. iiiuiki'iuii, uiuiueu, lurteu (J tongue, bad breutit thlnlc of tho em- - thu big old armchair, the ted and green Delight-fu- l hiirruHMiiii'iilH utitl tlliuiiiiir,iriii imp. woolen mrtt, si familiar .to him. And surroondlnrs. Sprcul utcs for iblo to vonstlputhm. How easily even the little slttlug room echoetl her taUimi ty Uitlmtl II imaur, they're rectllleil liy thu occasional uso iWh'H omISI. M frf Awhkm of Dr. King's New IJfo nils. Move softly spoken words, and s boyish smile the bowels muoollily but surely. Try tit up tils fare as ho remarked ; "The faurtiia, Iwm t, llnlilt, JO. them tonight. All dnHtgists b6c as right sort of welcoino frew tho ribt uual Irt. Cau you best Itr shsi'' EIGHT CHILDREN HAD CROUP "I have eight children and give Foley's Honey and Tar to all of them", write Mrs. P. Hchknmp, 2404 Herman St.. Covington Ky "they ifll worn subject to croup". It loosens and clears mucus and phlegm, stop that strangling cough, makes easy breutking possible nnd porimts uiot sleep. It contains no opiates, and children like it. Good for efelds, bronchial coughs and the coughs that linger, on after Influenza or grip. Good for crown-uchildren? For sale by K. K. McKoberts, Druggist. (Advertisement.) tu p lSlt. If ICIM Ntiprtr The old mill town Ke'Mi In glorious sunshine thu dny It home Its returned sons from the varied brnuches of war hel's rang, hHiids plnyttl and bniiiit-- r hiil everywhere. The beautifully staged llonts, null reprefentlng Its hit of history, inrh Inuring loynl men and wniiuii who had In their upiMiltitrd way fought hard to help win thu war, were nbui geiiertMioly applHiidtil as they pnsn-- on thHr way, After the parade came the Immpiet and speeche, and then dancing In the town hall. Certainly inch returned man and hoy should have felt hlw warm with appreciation of the henrty welniiNi) kImii hi hi. and Steiiheti Glenn, iHiuorahly dlchnrzed that very day. and wIhi had nrriteil In town only a idmrt time before the parHile started bad hmntly appreclatetl every effort lMde In hit behalf ns it MtlilliT, ami yet tlire was u dUxut fliil Utk in his ihtrk eyen they mvwl aniHml the hull, ieii ns hi danriil with the pretlkt girl nnd l" t 'jiikit there. He was looking fer little Itettr I'liimmer, and lie bad not Jet n jiearotl. et en latHrfiiii-l- y written let'ets which should huo kih1 the u nwir, he had sent t" her. I.voji while keepJng Kteji to the guy umle he sorrowfully admitted to linn Mt tbut us far as he was comemed he might as well lmo tied a telle to each letter anil hnvo ilropiH-i-! It Into the deep sett; for he hud not heard from her. Meiuhers of his eompany had letters from tho home town more or less regularly, hut the which made him hide Musltlvcno deep his hurt feelings, coutiM-leand hu had nskeil no questions of them. AHImhisIi he was fond nf duncing he suddenly divided early In the evening to go home; and as u result wmiii found hlmx'lf walking rapidly In the d, of the old I'luiniuer where Hetty lived with her grsudimither, nnd which was In the opIKixlte direction from hi boarding iJnce. .Supposing that Hetty had stujed nwiiy fnuii the dance In order to avoid hint, ho argued to hlinelf Mipixlng I'icii that she preferred spending the evening at home with humeonu vrlio had tskeii Ids place In her heart. There rinlly wasn't any reumui why he i shouldn't rtrell down by the whlto cottuite lotieil gumhrel-riHifei- l where she lived, und he was soon standing elo-- e to the old furrow h! stone which after many year of serv ice ns n part of the buy old grist mill hud been cln- en by IlettyV sraud- stepping ktelie to father as u mlt.il-ihis front door. In the kitting room there was u cheery llclit und outside lion its which grew the uhoiit the sides of tho old Hoi.e seeiiuil to Mwplly uihI to him n wel come ns they mvujed tinvnnl him In the Hile UHMinllcht. Then the unex- l happeniil. Knim force of Itnbtt, of the act,' lie and ullliot UiieoliM-lotinil-i- il tho eld hrasi knoeker and knocked Umii the ilmir. It wiH Hetty who eame, oihmumI the diHvr ipilekly. uml then sIikk! gnsJng tit him. Wlih-m- t being wholly Miccesatul she trii-i- l tn veil the look of Imppiuesx she whkh lulu her blue eyiM rteo8Ulsl Mm, ami checking nu exetu iMMtlon. with ImumIm iMUglug limply by Iwr sides, shu ktlontly wnltetl for him imh Mhrr Inilninili falttrl. Ilunt' SiInIim etlifTfd buo. drtdi ot MKh cm, Ywm'l Imi tn oar Mmntr Bmth CmiihIh. Tir II it our ilih TOOAV. PrkerXit STORMES r9Bs9s)s7ssf srvlc. DRUG STORE. sa syssss CARDS-W. A. WHEELER DENTIST Locnl nnd 1 lu-o- General Anesthetics Administered. I'ain Reduced to the minimum. Most modem methods employed. All work guaranteed. Office over Stormcs' Drug Store. Phono 229. Lnncnstcr, Ky. J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Offic Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. M. S. DENTIST i HATFIELD Office over Tha Garrard Bank Phones Office 5. Residence 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. J, A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Ofllce Over National Uank. Residence t'hone 3. OfTlce l'hone 27 LANCASTER, KY. dln-ctlo- hoini-stea- H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentuck7 Paint Liok. Dr. Printus Calls Walker Day VETERINARIAN. Answered Promptly Phone 317. KENTUCKY. or Nlibt. LANCASTER, e Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. ixH-tii- s McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. GIVE ME A TRIAL. g MHStk. Satisfaction Guaranteed. onr J I , ., i m 1 1 ( , phlei:ui-coiii;iat-- SanatoriusH . J J J The Central'Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan row 1 1920. wmmmmmm Classified Column RATES i MEETING WITH MADISON COURT Enthusiastic Federal Road Single Insertions 1c a word Meeting At Richmond FriNo nd taken for ltss than 20c day Time Limit Set In thli column. No nil Jn this For March ISth. column charged. insertion! for the Seven A most enthusiastic meeting wns price of Ave. Church. held nt Richmond Friday with tho Phono orders must be paid 5!adison County Fiscal Court In the dc 5 The Christmas service was promptly. Interest of the Federal Highway, cided success, nt least from the pas which is proponed from Hardyvllle, tor's standpoint. Srinm paid us a in Hart county, through the counties call nnd many nice nnd useful presBoyle, GarFOIl SALK: Three nice ment hpg. of (Srccn, Taylor, Marion, delega- ent were bestowed upon the t.nstor. Virgil Gnstlncnu. rard and Madison. A large It. his wife nnd baby. We regretted tion from the counties Interested in that our entire S. S. enrollment was FOIt SAI.Kr -- A lot of good mlxrd the project was present about a not present: hut appreciated the W. S. Embry. dorcn from Hoyle county being presence of our many guests and in stack hay. among the number. vltc them to become one of us. FOR SALK: Two Rood fresh County Judge I'ricc called the The pastor begins his second years A. W. Knvannugh. meeting to order and State Road pastorate next Sunday, nnd will milk cows. Commissioner, Joseph S. Boggs, of "The New '.he subject: to preside. preach on Richmond, was chosen SALK:-se- t -- Good buggy nnd Mr. Boggs explained the purpose of Path nnd The New Year". Hegin FOR the New Year right by coming to J. W. Hill, of harness. the meeting and said he hoped the Point Leave!!, Ky. rond could be built. He said that church Sunday nnd being there in time for Sunday School. this is the second time Madison FOR SALE: A sweet toned piano Federal Aid county has been olfered Squaring It. in perfect condition. Phone 175 or and if that county turned the propSome people do odd thins for the Mrs. Florence Grant. osition down this time the chance purloin' of Bet tine even. again. CO gallon lard would probnbly never come FOR SALE: Two Origin of Populsr Flavor. approkettles. See Miss Fannie West or He said nil of the $5,000,000 Vanilla flavoring Is obtained from priated by the Federal Government Jack Hiatt. fruit of an orchid. for road building in Kentucky would lhe probably be used up within the next FOR SALE: A good Mailable Atlantic 18,000 Feet Deep. Range in perfect condition. Apply ninety days and those countict, desirThe average depth of the Atlantic ing to get the benefit of it must act I estimated at about 10,000 feet. at this office. quickly. LOST Saturday December 20th, Each County Heard From. Especially ths Goat No one a pair of gold rim glasses. Senator J. W. Harlan, of Danville, "My "What is your pet pecreT" can see through them as good as I was called upon tint to make a talk wife's pet-- " can. John Williams. on the question and njnile n splendid speech. He said the counties along Potash In Sicily. LOST: On Richmond street, pock-- , lhe prop0scd route had n rare oppor have been Rich deM)ttn or ct book containing $1.00 and some tunity t) take advantage of the road discovered In 81c!'. small change, nnd three keys. Re- fund offered by the Government and ward if left at this office. Keys are urucd them to act nromDtlv. Mr. So He Pursues 'Em. valuable but of no service to finder. , Lewls. of Green county, was the next The elisii who fotlnus the fashions It-pspeaker. He told of the hard work I Is usual!, with his studies. the people of his county nnd the other J FOR SALE: About 250 bushels "17. "? Bird counties In thc lower part of the , . of fine blue grass seed, guaranteed State had in raising their part of thc ,crp,n u ,f ,m, way ,,,. u to germinate. $2.25 per bushel, road fund, lie said he nad traveled sacks to be returned. about a thousand miles in going over Lapp Fast Skater. W. M. Cornett, at Marksbury the territory covered by the propos The Laplander can coTer ICO miles Granary. Lancaster, Ky. tf. cd road nnd had spent much money a day on his skates. LOST: Drier root pipe, with "T. in going from place to place. He Correct Definition. K. P." cut on It Two service stripes called attention to thc rich country Bigotry Is the crusade of tho dead nnd one wound stripe nnd "T. O." thc road would open up and said good roads in Green against the living. Life. also cut on it Lost between Lan- there are no caster and Back Creek on Kirksville and Taylor counties nnd if this road A Vamp. pike. Rewnrd if left at this office. Is built the people of that section would come this way to trade, "Where are you golngF "To get County Judge Stapp, of Garrard my shoes vump-d- ." "Is there a lady FOR RENT: A seven, room cot county, mnde a short talk on the sub cobbler In towur tage and one acre of land on Danville ject and said that his county would Railroad Toys. street, known as the Silas Moss prop build the road if the money could be A railroad In Kmriund supplies toys erty. For further information call raised. Mr. Robinson, of Garrard, on J. W. Elmore at Garrard Bank or made a rousing speech and said Gar for children tskluc long Journeys, to phone Clarence Green, Paint Lick, rard county could be deepnded upon relieve the monotony of rldlug. to do her part if the route was decid K. F. D. 2. A Human Liability. ed upon by the other counties. If human nature wodld only work ps Esq. J. A. Cheech, of Danville, was Agile Rhinoceros. hsrd for pay as for more pay I Boston The rhinoceros, nothwlstandlng Its called upon and after saying Doyle Herald. county would do her part spoke in unwieldy shape and short leg. Is one of the most nglle of beasts. A horse- the interest of and the Victory Bslongs to the Able. man can scarcely manage to overtake advantages the road would be to this The winds and waves are always It, and In strength It Is perhaps un- part of the State. He said the pro- on .he side of the ablest navigators. surpassed by any animal In the forest posed road would traverse property Gibbon. In a single coinlmt no animal hut the valued at about one hundred million elephant can stand up against It. To First M. E. Church. kill a rhinoceros a rifle ball must dollars. Bnltimoro has the distinction of be, Col. G. B. Swinebroad, of Lancasstrike lichlml the shoulder. ter, was the next speaker. He said Ing the home of the first American this is the biggest and best proposi- Methodist church. Lion's Htsd In Fountains. The nrlglnnl reason for the choice of tion that has ever been put up to the a Ihm's head In public fountain where people of this section and they should Soma Distance. lhe water romes out of a Hon" mouth act quickly to take advantage of it. Hewitt Times have changed. n remarks an exchange, Hint iimong Mr. Durhnm, Jevwtt Yes, It Is n long way from of Green County, told " the, 'most of his section aceom grandfather's clock to a wrist watch. V., "e IPle .. . He. vh c h Win . first . "jf v ' ".porlunt event of .he year, meaning ,1,hi"K wh,at Standard for Radium. .. niMl prosperity t0 bo thc "impossible", but that they to the whole tin-Scientists In Kurope ure trying to de n. always took place when the sun now had their part of the funds rais In the constellation of Leo. The ed and if poor counties like Green termine und iicrco uhiii nu Interna' "Ii'm hend on fountains Is a symtMil and Taylor could raiue their money, tional standard of atrvugtu ul purity for radium. the life giving waters of the Nile. said Dr. Durham, counties like Madison, Garrard nnd Boyle ought to eus-il- y So Has the Other FcHow. raise the necessary funds. Mr. You have n right t your own re HENRY COUNTY Buchanan, of Taylor county, made, u ligious und political belief nnd the gooi' talk on thc question, telling of other fellow has Just a uucli rlgtit the many difficulties the people of to his. Sale. his county experienced in .raising The Orchis. their part of the money. Coming upon the snowy splendid Madison Kurd From. WOODS & DOUGLAS, Real EtlaU. Mr. Turlcy, cashier of the Madison orchis, ulone In the dark shades of SmlthfulJ, Ky. Box 10. the August woods, I have felt ns If State Bank, and a very enthusiastic Intruding upon lhe privacy of n queen, farms for road man, made a brief talk and said und retreated with, the ubeisnuce du,e We have a nice list of all to royalty. C. (V Whit lug. sale, umong them the following bar- he had been n good roads booster of his life nnd was in favor of the gains $100. per acre. propoicd Federal Highway. He said 108 acres at Tungsttn In PertugaL $120. per acre. that he believed the Government Tungsten generally Is called wolf259 acres nt -- $ 84. per ncre. would, In a short time, maintain all ram In Portugal nnd Is Kohl by the COO acres ut . $200. per acre. Federal roads and that the people mlue-- as tungsten trloxlde on the ha42 J4 acres nt $200. per acre. would be very foolish not to accept uls of Its richness In tungstlc arid Tho 07 acres nt production has Imhmi from ts!0 to 1.50JO $110. per acre. Government Aid when It is offered. 87 acres nt . tons n year, as near as can be ascerto March 15. Tim .$125. per ncre, 97 acres at Commissioner Boggs,wus called up- - tained. $250. per acre. 135 acres nt Cause of His Complaint $118 per acre, on to explain tho proposition from 30 acres nt "I don't like your heart action," the $100. per acre.! the standpoint of the State Roads De- acres ut 240 $100 per ncre. partment Ho gave u brief history doctor said, uJ.vlng the stethoscope 100 acres at troubjo "You hare hud .$200. per ncre. of the Fedeal nnd State road schemes agulu. unglnu iwetorls, some yonf" 234 acres at haven't per acre, and of the character of roads rcquir with 132 acres at .......$160. "You'ie rlsht In u wuy, doctor," said. $124. per acre. ed. He spoke of the many times the the young man sheepishly, "only that 85 acres at $130. per ncre. people along this proposed route had Isn't Iter name." 100 acres at per acre, asked for extension of time nnd un- ...-$16- 0. 220 acres nt Depart ..$115. per ncre. nounced that the btato l.-130 acres at Strange Bsromstsr, per ncre. ment would make another extension 282 acres nt ....-.$22- 5. The Araucunlaus of the southernnaming March 15th, 1920, most province of Chile use n crab -- $1C0. per acre, of time, 82tt acres at acres at .....$200. per acre, as the last dny for Boyle, Garrard shell a a barometer. In dry, fair $225. per acre. nnd Madison counties to have their weutber It Is white, but when rain Ji 302 acresfat $190, per acre. money ready. If tho money Is not npprouchlug red spots sppear on jt, 18a acres at SO. per acre. raised by that time Mr. Botfgs Indies- - nnd when excessive moisture Is pre-'e135 acres at In the atmosphere It becomes tfi $ 80. per acre. ted tnst no lurmtr time woum ie 173 acres at gives, as practically all of the Federal all over. M-3- t Aid money has been appropriated and would nil be gone by that time. Mifdlson County Judge Prlre said his court would meet at an eatly date and consider the question. No action wax taken Friday by the Madison Fiscal Court, ns a quorum was not present Judge Price said he was in favor of the proposed road and believed Madison county would do her part. Danville Messenger I FENNER'S I Baptist IIHISI I WALNUT STREET. DANVILLE, KY. I It gives us great pleasure to inform you that Tobacco in North Carolina and all Eastern Markets is much higher this season than ever before and we see no reason why the tucky Tobacco should not sell at High Prices. With the Kenout- I look of Prices being high, it is more necessary than ever that you be very careful in selecting a market to sell your Tobacco on where there is strong competition and assurance of getting I itnh the highest market price at all times. do. This we guarantee to on our market, We have one of the strongest corps of buyers in thc state all of the big companies are represented In order to care for the buying direct, thereby eliminating the middle man. ever-growin- g market there has up-to-da- been erected in Danville a large and te Redrying These people It-p- Steam Plant, which will be worth a great deal to the farmers who sell their Tobacco on the Danville Market. will be big buyers on all grades of Tobacco, thereby creating new competition. In order to avoid the congestion in the handling of To- bacco, which prevailed last season, we have built a big annex to our present Warehouse, which enables us to handle and sell your Tobacco to a much better advantage than ever before. Our Mr. Ralph Pitt, who has had twenty-si- x years of j actual experience in the operation of Tobacco Warehouses is in a class to himself and if you will bring your first load to us T .!' 1 - he will thoroughly demonstrate to you that it will be money in your pocket to sell your tobacco with us. We wish to announce that Mr. Holland, better known as Farms For "Dock" will be our Auctioneer again this season, also J. Lee Murphy who has been connected with the Danville Tobacco Market for the past ten years will be associated with us this season and will be glad to serve his many friends at WAREHOUSE. ing you will visit our opening sale on DECEMBER 3rd, We are Yours Very Truly, ' FEN-NER'- S Thanking you in advance and trust- ....... EtnJd ud Fenner's VKarehouse FENNER AND PITT, Owners and Proprietors. Walnut Street, Danville, Kentucky. nt