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JUDGE HARDIN M'ADOO AND WOOD OF REDS LIKE "HOT CAKES" TWO CONGRESSION- E. To Remain At Head of Choices of Editors In Missouri Poll. Democratic Party In Gen.ral Hat Wld. Lead In Tavorit Kentucky. lim Among G. O. P. Wrll.ri. CAUCUS SHOWS SOLIDITY. FRANKFORT. Ky. Tlirro will be no chnngo In tho orgunirntion or In the policy of the Democratic pnrty In Kentucky nt present. Judge Chnrles A. Hnrdin will re-mnln IU chairman, nt least until the Stntc convention, which prolmbly will he held In Mny. The imrty U nenrcr nccoril than It has been In n long time Thl meager nmwrtmciit of information is the public' share of what happened when the Dcmocrntlc Stntc Centnil and Kxecutlve Committee met In nn Importnnt conference behind clow. I doors nt the Frankfort Hotel Monday afternoon. None of those who had the privilege of taking pnrt denied that derision of high Import were reached, but o far ai the public I concerned they form n cloied book. Sanala Program Facad. There U reason to believe, however, that tho Immediate matters under consideration consisted chiefly in formulating n program for the Democratic Senators who hold the upper hand in the legislature which convened Tuesday. Those Senators spent some time conferring with the State committee before they went lnt executive session, nnd no doubt the much debated attitude toward gubernatorial particularly ihme. of the Tax and Kncing Commissions, received consideration. Hut what that attitude will ! will only be known when they come up in the Senate, for every one who emerged refilled absolutely to divulge whether any stand bad been agreed on, and refus ed to speculate on what that might be Jefferson City, .Mo., Slate Oil Inspector Omnr (I. Gray has com pleted n pell of (100 Mtaotin cdit:rs on preference j fi.r of all tHirtle President. Of the flOO, replies wore received from 197, of which 1S8 were from Democratic editor nnd seventy four from editor from Republican papers. William G. MeAdoo leads In the Democratic rolamn, nnd Gen. I.con nrd Wood in the Uepublicnn column for President. Of the 123 editors of Democratic pnpers, the presidential poll was ns follows; N'o choice, 25; MeAdoo 45; Chnmp Clnrk 1'J; Wilson 14; Uccd 2; Palmer 3; Marshall, Kedfleld, Underwood, Glynn, Hoover nnd Hrynn one each. Tlii Republican presidential poll was: No choice It; Wood 40; Allen 3; Johnson 3; I.owden 5; Hughe 3; Harding 5; Poirtdcxter 2; Capper, Koot. tadge, Coolidge, Taft and Pershing, one ouch. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatar SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS ', .aBBBBBBBBBB1 '' Tlmt's The Wsiv Tolwir.- - AL CANDIDATES Department of Justice co Is Sellimr At The SURE Believes It Has BrokGarrard Tobacco Gilbert and Shanks said en Back of Alien Warehouse. to be certain Entrants Radicalism in U S MARKET STRONG AND HIGHER. in 8th District this Wnshington, Arrest In the nn ' tlon wide radicals Friday und Sntur There has been as much enthusYear. day hml exceeded 4,500 ut noon, es iasm among the growers ut the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse this week as there was nt the opening day in December. Tho reason Is very easily explained for tobacco is selling high nnd the buyers arc all bidding eagerly. Every buyer is in his place, among them "the big four", beside u number of Independent buyers and the competition is keen on every basket. Some marvelous averages hnve been mnde there this week and the prospect is that even lurgcr nvernges will be mnde before the week Is over. Conditions nre not so crowded as at thu beginning und every' wngon is being locnted in the large building immediately nfter he drives up. One hundred and twenty-fivwagons can be accomodated In the building nt one time nnd for this reason every wagon from now on can be unloaded without delay. Yesterdays sales totaled 87,550 pound with a general floor average of $18.10. A number of baskets sold for $1.00 a pound and some high crop averages were made. Kelley and Hroaddus sold 3, ICO pounds at nn average of 191.00 nfter nil floor expenses were paid. Sonic of the sales noted yesterday were as follows: Rube Champ, 70 pounds nt 7Gc; CO pounds at 8Gc; 35 pounds nt $1.; 130 pound at 80c; 95 pounds nt 19c. Hnscldcn nnd Hurnside sold -- 10 pounds nt 80c; 205 pounds nt 80c; 270 pounds nt 93c; 215 pounds at 80 cents; 295 pounds nt 94c; 270 pounds nt 90c; 305 pounds nt 95c; 330 lbs nt 79c; 395 pounds nt 73c; 270 lbs at 75c; 395 pounds at 35 cents. K. L. King, Crab Orchard, sold 275 pounds at 79c; 315 pounds at 73 cents; 25 pound at 80c; 280 pounds at 79c; 285 pounds at 88 cents; 105 pounds at 70 cents; 200 pounds at 81 cents; 155 pounds at 81 cents. Henry King, Crab Orchard, 50 lbs at 90c; 80 lb at 95c; 70 lbs at 77cj CO lbs nt 9Cc; 45 lbs at 2Gc. R. L. Hurton nnd Price, 240 lbs at CCc; 2C0 lbs at 75c; 2C5 lbs at 87c; 255 lbs at 88c; 120 lbs at $1.; 230 lbs at $1.00; 220 lbs at 95c; 280 lbs at 88c; 235 lbs at 89c; 230 lbs at 55 eta; 200 lbs at COc; 150 lbs at 48c; 75 lbs at 78c; 125 at 49 cents. Hurton and Ready, 1C5 pounds at C3c; 255 pounds at C8c; 180 pounds at 81c; 115 pounds at 79c; 70 pounds at 83c; 135 pounds nt 89c; 200 lbs at 89c; 180 pounds nt 7Gc; 335 lbs at 85c; 115 pounds nt 74c; 185 pounds nt 71c; 200 pounds at 67c; 400 lbs at 50c; SCO pounds at 52c; 325 pounds ut 30c; 185 pounds at 30c; 125 lb e IS NATION-WID- Dog Owners Beware. Under the provision of the State Dug Ijiw, owner nre required to obtain license for their dog from the County Clerk before Jnnunry 1st, i.f iwh year, but for seme unaccountable reason only nlout 75 licenses have been issue) by the County Clerk up to this time. During the month of December 1918 nbout 1700 deg were tax paid by the owners of dogs In this county. The sheriff is required under the law to kill all dogt net, tax paid by January 1st. If you owners think anything of your dog you had better get busy, or the sheriff will. Infant Child Dies. Mrs. Willie Kstes of this city has the deepest sympathy of friends In the loss of her dear little baby girl, Willie Fred Hstcs, who died nt the home of her mother on Creamery street last Tuesday, December 30th, few days. nfti.r nn Illness of only The baby was only one year nnd seven month old and was dearly loved by it mother and grand-parenIt father, Willie Kstes, parsed nv.iy about one year ago. t. Many Movers. Moving vans have kept the streets of Ijincastor rrowded during the past wiek nnd several hundred families have changed homes during that time. Almost everyone you me-s- t is greeted by the question "where are you living now" nnd knowing one nre saying that there will not be enough home in the town to accomodate the people, several families at this ttmo are occupying one houso nnd tho demand still grow. Practicall 75 rew houses have been built in the city and suburbs during the putt year, but yet tne demand is not supplied. 20,000 Yanks' Bodies Are Coming Home. PARIS The French government ha granted permission for tho removal of bodies of 20,000 American soldier buried In France to the United States. Tho bodies aro those burled outside tho xone of the armies and do not Include those gathered into the big Americnn cemeteries in the Army xone. Original Xmas Wish. A clever little Christmas wish wns penned to Mr. nnd Mr. Henry Cleveland Wood by Mr. Joo Mntthews, of California, n former well remembered Hnrrodsburg boy, who is making a fine business success In Los Angeles. The Christmas card contained the printed wish, inrhyme, that the coming year would bo ns bright as the twinkle in Santa's eyo on Christmas Senntor George Fnrrls, of thi night. To this Mr. Mntthcw added: city, who has held tho position of "A better wish I mnko than that F.xecutivo Marshal under two adFor "twinkle" nforesnid. ministrations nt Frankfort, has been That in the coming year succeeded by the appointment of Mr. ou won't "run shy" on bread. John Dillon, of Somerset. Or, if your coal bin comes to grief Dr. To Leave. Senntor Fnrri very ably represIn winter's frigid hours Dr. W, A. Wheeler, one of our popented this district in the State .Sen- I hope thut you may take n train ular dentists, who was raised among ate several year ago. While u memTo sunshine nnd to flowers." ber of that body he made tho fight -- Hnrrodsburg Herald. us and has practiced his profession for the past ten yours in Lancaster for prohibition nnd his splendid work along thut line, in n great wny helpwill leave next week to take up his work nt Ouensboro, Ky. ed to pnve thu wny for national proMr. John C. Kobinson, who resides Dr. Wheeler 1ms always taken an hibition which Is now in full force. on the Lancaster pike, wns run into active interest in nil nffnir both loby u truck School rodsburg on carrying tob'icco to Hnr cal) and national), doing valiant last Tuesday nnd hi car work, during the Rod Cross and V. wns badly damaged in tho smushup. M. C. A. drives nnd his sudden decisNew Class. willj .Mr. Kobinson ubacrved the driver of ion to leave us, come n n thunderTho Kentucky Hand School on the bolt from u clear sky. However we t the truck passing vehicles start n new class of students in wrong side of the roud, nnd brought wish him nil tho succos in the world enster nnd nil those interested In J hi cur tu n stand, blowing his horn nnd can heartily recommend him to Hand, nnd wishing to become memns ho did so. Tho driver of the truck, bers can meet with l'rof. Fred Smith paying no attention, or fulling to see the people of Owensboro both nnd socially. nt the Knney Hoarding House, on Mr. Itobinson, crashed into his enr, 15th, 1920, nt 5:30 Thursduy Jnnunry which wns standing still, knocking the Loss Is to 0:00 IV M. car nnd occupant fifteen or twenty i u chance that mny not bo This feet. Mr. Joo Turner was in tho car Gain. open ngnln, to get high dun tuition with Mr. Itobinson nt the timu of tho every boy whoso ambition it I Mr. nnd Mrs. William Cook nnd and accident nnd both of them were badly to become a good musician would do bruised and shaken up by tho com- family, of Ijincaster, have moved to Danville. well to take ndvnntngo of this offer. pact, The Advocate on behalf but neither of them were I'rof. Fred Smith, Instructor. of the entire population of the city injured. welAs car and truck continuo to und county, bids them n hearty SALE. multiply it will be neccssury for driv- come. They will add muterinlly to Tho Sallle K. Sanders farm of 104 en to observe tho rule of tho road our already high stnndnrd of citizenmay ticrcs, all In grass but 10 acres. Two and the luw regulating the speed that ship nnd wo hope that other largo new tobacco barns, one field of car aro to bo run on tho public high- follow in their footstep. The two old Hluo gros sod. licit orchard in ways, or serious accident are sure to young men of thi family are away at College at this time. Ono of them is County, Splendid location for house. follow. Danville Messenger. In Iowa and tho other in Uoston, This Is sand stone land and close to Is We are offering any Cloth Coat in while the sister, MU Margaret, tho "Kelley Farm" where the high price tobacco Is grown, and priced our entire stock at $20.76. See one of the most popular of the at Kentucky College for Womthem. Keal Bargains. at $176.00 per acre. Q. C. Walker. The Joseph Mercantile Co. en. Danville Advocate. Senator Farris Succeeded. To-wi- t; timated at the Depiirtmcnt of Jus tice. Officials said more thnn half As will be held for deportation. sis(nnt Attorney General Gnrvln, in chnrgc of the raids, snid more thnn 2,000 persons nre held on "perfect enscs", and thnt the raid promised not only to be greatest in scope but I nlso the greatest tin results of any in MACK MORGAN history. Goes To As In every city where raiding ma chinery wns ret In motion, he said Repressuccess attended the efforts. Four thousand warrant were is sued but the arrest exceeded that Wants To ftrprat.nt The Popla. number. The government's drag net The 1020 session of the Kentucky was thrown out in two score cities Legislature convened at Frankfort, where Department of Justice ugent last Tuesday and Garrard County we swooped down upon hendqunrtcrs believe will be well represented by nnd other meeting places of the com Mr. Mnck Morgan, whom the repub- munists. As n result the grcntcst lican of the county nominated with- number of nlicn radicals ever ar out opposition, nor did the demo- rested in America face the wrath of crat oppose him in the final election. the law. While not all those arrested were Since the House at Frankfort is strongly Republican we hope that held, officials of the Department of Mr. Morgan will be in n position to Justice arc confident the resulting do good scn'icc for his constituents deportations will break the backbone ut honu regardless of political nf of communist ngitntion in the Unit ed States. Dilations. Commissioner General of ImmiMr. Mergnn tells us that politics will cut no figure with him in the gration Cnmincttl said Saturday dework he hopes to do for his county portations will require time as mnny and his pepele, us he wns chosen to honrings hnve to be held In various represent nil of Gnrrnrd county nnd cities and then those held for depor tntion moved out of the country. he proposes to Jo so. Attorney General Palmer said Sat His liberal stand should commend him to nil the people of the county unlay he ordered Friday night's raids on communists nnd communist labor nnd he should have the of her people, that hi success mny parties only after department rephad complete evidence be assured in the two months that resentative showing these two organizations adhe will be in the legislative halls. In his effort to serve the people vise overthrow of the government by he is anxious to receive suggestions force nnd violence. Both organiza from anyone nnd hopes that such per tions nre comparatively new to this son will make their wishes known country, locals having been perfected In. most cases not longer ago than to him. Mr. Morgan is n splendid young last September. man, having graduated at He re a college nnd served as nn instructor Legion there for several year. He Is a Meeting. practical farmer n well, nnd with these qualifications his success should Th American Lagion of Post be assured. llaidal San ford will maat nest THURSDAY NIGHT, January 15th, Offices! 1920, in the Police Court room. All former service man ar invitad Dm. J. U. and V. G. Klnnalrd have recently moved into the office Just to ba present, and tpactalljr all MEN vacated by Dr. J. M. Acton nnd Dr. balonglnc to this POST. W. A. Wheeler, over Stormes Drug McRoberts Store, ndding many conveniences, which makes them one of tho best equipped offices in the city. Mr. John M. McRoberts who has been with the McRoberts Drug ComHis pany In Atlanta, for the past year or Mr. Ed C. Gaines, who knows more, returned last week to Lancas nothing but Insurance, but lot of has acquired nn interest in that, is nwfully "stuck up" over a ter and the Mcltobcrt Drug Store here with very handsome policy he received re his father, assuming his duties last cently from the Hoard of Control, to Friday, Mr. McRoberts Is u gradbe put on the Kentucky building for uate of Pharmacy and together with the Insane at Lexington. The policy his geniality and business acumen, is u large one nnd runs for five years, will add material strength to this nnd enmc to him, so he tells us, unpopular firm. solicited on his part. Frankfort Garrard's entative. American Convenient John Returns. "Feeling Oats." Announcement of candidates for the democratic nomination for Congress in tho 8th. congressional district, arc expected to be coming very soon now. So far two prominent democrat arc spoken of n certain candidates, says Shelton Sauflcy In Richmond Daily Register. They arc Hon. William II. Shanks, of Lincoln county, nnd Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby county. Others "mentioned" ns possible candidates arc Gordon Montgomery of Adair county, Frank Ripy, of Anderson county, K. U. Hoover, of Jessamine county and Joe K. Robinson, of Garrard county, and possibly others. It is said to be n practical certainty thnt Shank nnd Gilbert will soon havn their formal announcement out. Shank was the democratic candldntc for Lieutenant Governor in the recent state races, nnd is widely known over the district. He mado n remarkable race for the nomination nnd election. Ho la widely known and prominently related in Madison county, and well known here. Judge Gilbert is n son of former Congressman George G. Gilbert, who defeated Gov. McCrenry for congress In thi district once. Ho hns served ns county Judge of Shelby and is a prominent and aggressive young democrat. Indications come from Frankfort that the incoming legislature is practically certain to repeal tho primary election law, and substitute tho old mass convention plan of making party nominations. The republican stnto platform plodgc that party to repeal tho primary law, and as the republicans control the lower houso by a large majority, its passage thru that branch will probably bo very easy. In the Senate, where the democrat have a majority of only two votes, it is said that there are enough democratic Senators in favor of repeal of the primary law to make its enactment by that branch certain also. Most of the present Congressmen In Kentucky arc opposed to repeal of tho primary law and will fight it hard, as they have found that it is far caster to win their nominations and keep them in expensive primaries than in conventions, where there Is a probability of every county in a district having a favorite son candidate. Tho Legislature met in Frankfort Monday, and some interesting politi cal moves will undoubtedly follow fast. at 20 cent; Wheeler Major Burnside Hurt. While walking down the pavement in front of the Jail Inst Monday morning, Mnjor J. A. Hurnside fell and seriously injured his hip. He win enrried to his home on Muple avenue whero he is resting quietly, although his extreme age may cause a delay in his rapid recovery. Car Badly Damaged. Hurton, Dean and Smith: sold 135 pounds nt 76c; 280 pound nt 79c; 190 pounds at 91c; 235 pounds nt 90c; 250 pounds at 88 cent; 180 lbs at 84c"; GO pounds at 99c; 115 pounds at 89c; 75 pounds at 94c; 335 lbs. at 87c; 245 pounds nt 8Cc; 320 pounds nt 04 cent. M. I). Johnson sold 230 pounds nt 81c; 35 nt SC cents 220 pounds at 9J cent; 80 pound nt 92 cent; 285 pounds nt 79c; 270 pounds nt COc. J. J. Sebastian, sold 105 pounds nt 81 cents; 105 pound nt 99 cents; 225 pounds nt 99 cents; 205 pounds at 98c; 200 pounds nt 91 cents; 35 lbs nt 09 cents. City Fathers Hold Secret Session. Last Monday night was tho regular meeting of the City Council and was tho first one held this year. Considerable interest wu created in the race for City Treasurer nnd City Attorney and naturally a very good audience wns on hand to see the fun. Hut Mayor Duncan soon spoiled nil this when he asked thnt all but members of tho Council und other city officials, please vacate as important business wns to come up before tho body that the public should not hear. Mr. W. F. Chump, who had been serving ns City Trcnsurcr for a number of years handed in his resignation and recommended the appointment of "Hilly" Miller as his successor. Mr. Will Hopper and his friend got busy und recommended that he bo appointed. For several day prior to the meeting, both candidate were "buttonholding" various member and each thought ho had the Mr. Hopper office nailed down. thought right, as he landed the Job, by a majority of 4 to 2. Judge L, U Walker was also an applicant for City Attorney against Mr. R, II. Tomllnson, who has served in this capacity for the past two Kentucky Band Starts Miss Frost To Leave. It is with n tinge of regret that wo have learned thnt Misa Mnrgnret Frost is to leave Lnncustcr and Gar-mr- d county ufter serving so efficiently ns our Public Health Nurse for the past eight months. She has been transferred from the Public Heultli Department to the Home Service of the American Red Cross nnd wns one of tho six selected from tho state to serve in this ca pacity. She will instruct classes throughout thu state for Red Cross nursing, giving six weeks time to each class. This is quite a promotion and u well deserved one, for Mis Frost it considered one of tho best in tho state. Her successor here has not been appointed, but may be done in the next 'few weeks. Mis Frost will take up her new duties next Saturday and at a hanikvme Increase in salary. New Minister Called To Christian Church. Rev. K. II. Hourlnnd, present min ister for tho Christian church nt Hnr rodsburg, has been culled by the Christian church of this place and ho ha accepted the call. Wo are In formed thut ho will tnke charge of his work hero February 1st. Reverend Hourlnnd Is not nn en- tiro stranger to this community, having married a former Garrard county lady, she before her marriage, was Mis Marie Griffin, daughter of the late Mr. James Griffin. Tho new pastor together with Mrs. Griffin and child will receive a hearty welcome here, when he takes up his work next month. He come with the unanimous support of the entire board of the church, and will have it hearty in his work In thi community. Our Dan ville's icr-ious- ly year. FOR Mr. Tomllnson wu also by a good margin. Mr. Parker Jenkins who looks after the pumping of the water at the lake, asked for an Increase, in salary, which the council stu-den- ta couldn't see their way clear to give and named Mr. William Conn to sucWe appear to enjoy the rare dis- ceed him at a salary of $50.00 a tinction of being the only peoplo on month. W. C. T. U. wilt meet Saturday at earth who can put the finishing touch-- n AU of the member were present 2:30 1 M. at Mr. J. II. Klnnalrd' to a war and then can not tnil and the usual list of claim were home on Maple avenue. 1 eace after it Is done. allowed. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 8, 1920 M. S. LIVC STOCK CLUB MEMBERS RAISE SWINE Indiana Breeders Cell Qitta to Boys and Qlrlt In Order to Oct Them Residence 376. Started Right. KENTUCKY. (Prepared by th United Rtatt, Dtparl If good blood mill good Individual will glve'thc rlsht stnrt In the ntirv bred hog limine tho loy nntl Ctrl club member In the vicinity of Ot ford. Denton county, Ind nro on the road to succe, for tin pig owned by thorn nrv ot fnmotiit Poland China ment of Agriculture.) SECURES A NEW LEASE ON LIFE THRU TRIAL "I'm 67 But I feel young HATFIELD Offlee S. Phone LANCASTER, DENTIST Office oTr The Garrard Rank. and Strong, Since Using Trutona", Stephens Says. Louicvitle, ixty-cvc- J.J.Byrne Exclusive! Opttmttrist. Office Hours DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite GSIcher Hotel. A strain. The people of this community have already had nn opportunity to et wlmt Mime of the breeder of good linen have been diilinr. for several well known hog breeders lira In Denton men. who believe In Inverting money In n few otitttnuillng Inillvliluntt ntnl raising nothing but county. to 12 and 1 to 5 p.ro J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL Ufllc Thee DIRECTOR 27 Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Office i'hone LANCASTER. KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Faint Lick, Kentucky Or. Printus Call Walker Day or VETERINARIAN. Anirtrn) Promptly Night. LANCASTER. Phono 317. KENTUCKY Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Members of a Boya' Club Receiving Good Information on Brood Sow. Points of a John M. McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, GIVE ME . A KENTUCKY. TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. the beat, cooperated with the bankers nml the county ngent In Inducing n number of Indlnnii breeders to noil Koine goAd cllts to the I Ion ton county boys and girl In order that they might Thrte-nal- l Switches. set Ntartetl rlcht In tho hog limine. Auotmlluu enxluei-liute Invented emeiuently the member In tho pig lliree-nill tmitclie for um by railroads club nt Oxford huvo received pigs si ml by l'olnnd Chlnu where thnv rail ur laid In each tmefc hoar, nnd the responsibility of devel- to nccouuiiodut).' nilling stock of differ-vauci. oping them Into breeding iinliiml now rtt with tho boy nnd girl. Twenty-simember nre enrolled In Meaning Is Same. tho rlub, which Is orguulzed on the Manrhu'ttK. Pennsylvania. VIr- basis of n breeder association. Tho clnln' nnd Kentuckr lire olllclallr club will elect Us own oillcenf. nnd styletl romiiioiiwealtbs. ultlmuch there with tho nnslMnnce of the county seem to be no particular renwwi. agent, the hankers, tho breeders, nnd rimtom. nn coniinonwenlth ha their parents will proceed to do bus!-n- e practlcnlly the same meaning as state. r well-know- n it n "I'm gnriilem of my nge I feel young nndj strong today, since taking Trutonu", Joicph Stephens, a Louisville cnr-- l penter who lives nt 341 1 West Ken- ' tucky street, said recently. AS JVm. RAY, DECEASED, I WILL "1 had n bad cough", Mr. Stephens I snid in describing Ins ensc. "During I LANCASTER, ON RICHHOME, 2 1-- 2 MILES 11 the severe winter of 1017-101- 8 moved from the country into town! and contracted n bad coW nt that MOND ON 1 didn't dnre exert myself as time. I would invariably suffer a severe coughing spell if I did. I think I used every rough syrup I could find , nnd I tried several other means but 1 didn't get rrlicf from the cough un-til I begun tisin? Trutonu. "My friends told me I looked wrttched nnd I certainly felt that way before I begnn taking; Trutonn. I car.ie home from the south, where I had lieen working, presumably to TEN O'CLOCK die, but now I feel like n different man. The severe cough has prnc- tjcally disappeared now. As 1 said, TO-WIT- :FOLLOWING I'm feeling young nnd strong at the SELL i . age of Here is another of thousands of 1 coming two Two brood mares, in foal to old mule; has brought cases where Trutona long needed relief after other medicines had failed. The perfect tonic 1 coming two heifer; 1 red cow; 3 brood sows; 1 old filly; 1 is almost unfailing in its successful! I m r. I ... n , It..., nn.l linu. I t ....... n 1 corn sheller; 1 China ci trouble. nervousne. sicepiessnes.i wsigon ; 1 loss of appetite and the like. As a rcconrtructive tonic, system purifier. 9 riirninrr nlnws rlntihln nnrl sintrh clinvnl nlnv.c 1 cintrlo oncn I O nn.l tifitlt invic.nrtint. Tnilnnn i.' equally as efficient. things too numerous to menof corn in crib. of Trutona is now being introduced 30 and explained in Lancaster, nt R. E. McRoberts Drug Store. 100 shocks of good tion. Also (Advertisement.) ( Ky., Jnn. 7th, 1020. years obi but rc-- mm ADMINISTRATOR OF FROM PIKE, AT HIS LATE 1 MM THE a i Tiinn i u J ANUART jack; AT j PROPERTY i year tixty-seven- I I mare year Jersey V. Poland boar; farm sled; barrels Oil Lot other ItO grind stone; iihintrtf about fodder. Household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. ut HENRY AENOLD, Admr. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. for themselves. HOG AVOID CHOLERA GERMS Lancaster. Ky.. JOHH CO. WHITE LOUISVILLE, KT. R. F. D. No. 3 Houses and Lots Should Be Arranged So That They May De Cleaned and Disinfected Easily. h Liberal stsoftmoat and lull vilut ravrl Hl U'rr.ured by the United States Depart- Ulll an Soil Bala ment of Agriculture.) Anions the huggcsitlnn made by the I'nltcd Stntes department of ngrlcul-turto minimize the dancer of Introducing hog cbolcrn genu nro the e Hog Iioiimm, lot, and paMure cliould be loomed uvwiy from nnd public highways, utid the house The undersigned hereby gtvo warn- nnd lot should bo nrrnnged so that ing to all persons not to trespass upon they may bo cleaned and disinfected a fur readily. They tur lands for any purpose whatever n Hi.ilblo to liould be excised I the sunlight, which id wo will prosecute all offenders to ihcaiiejt nnd ono of thu host disinIho fullest extent of tho law. Hunt-o- n fectants. Hog lots should not bu used and fishermen especially tako for yarding wngoua nnd farm Implenotice. ment and should not he entered with R. L. Elkin, team nnd wugon. particularly when Mrs. Cora rhllllps. Mrs. Emma Daniels, loading stock for shipment to market. A further precaution no line should R. L. Arnold. bu allowed to enter hog lot unlet Mrs. Sarah J. P. Ilnckley, nssurauco Hint lie docs nut there Mrs. Emma Iligclnbotham, ' ciirry Infection. Farmer and Edd and N. D. Price. help should disinfect their shoe be-S. C. Iltgsby. foro entering bog lot after returning 1). M. Anderson. from public yard, wile, and IL L. Barker farms. II. L. Kclley. J. C. lUgsby. BEEF CALVES ARE FAVORED Mrs. Victoria Andcnon, POST following: ED btrv-um- s TOBACCO TO 6 1 thi-lp- 1 neigh-borln- ,lh C. 1. Speith Company STANFORD STREET Thompson and Tracy Profit Assured to Farmer With Small Permanent Pasture and Plenty of Ffd. Tho farmer who ha a small perma-non- t pn si tiro nnd plenty of feed might I! ml the mining or n few i nhm of the beef tyo or the dim! purixmo type Much will, of counie, profitable. UIkiii tho rutve nnd the methods of mUlng the extra feed. There are men making fair profit on beef cattle. nro siuull fanner. Bomu of lliei-- Lancaster, Kentucky. DEALERS IN 0 Hazelwood Sanatorium a Trtatmtnt Tor ih tuber-cubt- of TufxrcuftMi's Maintained by the LouUviUo Attoclailon for is lSc adciUit ticatmeat of ttam In all Its stages at ait. Rate JI5.C0 per tvetk, boaid, medical attention, Uundrr, etc. Illctt giound ;;ox::::::;I LIVE STOCK NOTES I I ..;.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::::::: I'ences more pig pigs; pig U moru more money. pis; hi , LOOSE LEAF T0BA660 i Have tho sow In good gaining condition, but not fat, at bleeding time. Tho sheep Industry U receiving more attention than ever and Is one that pays largo dividend. slgu Dtlight-f- ul ... .M.HIllH iWHKI lurroumltagi. Special rate for tit. IMIUM.I II WCMUIT, SOmOjW. SrW A ItoKDM SaMrt It tj.kUm tm Cktt: IUfiiJ SWUM JT, LmlntUi, x iMfittm, ii.u If pis pllo up It I n pretty good that tluy are not quite comfortUab Um - oiinrlers warmer. the Highest Market Price and Unload the BRANCH HOUSE at MORELAND. Same Day. tufDOj DHDOl We Pay The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday Jan 8, 1 920 For Sale Splendid Suburban Home Right in Danville Ky., which affords rare educational advantages and business opportunities. .jSfjgJ This property will be sold at a bargain the owner is leaving the state. MAKE POULTRY PAY Nothing will pay you Mich big re Y. C. A. GALLS turn on your investment ns keeping n few chicken. Ilut you want them to Iny when cifc nre highest In win-tr- r BIG CONVENTION -- nml II, A. THOMAS' POULTRY KK.MKPY will increase rinr prmluc tlon for it contain the very Initrc' licnU Hint the hen requires nt thin 2,000 Women Expected to Gath season. cr In Cleveland the Week of W. 3 T11L U NI "iv. W. A. Dickerrun. April WOLK TRAIL. 1920, for tional Convention. 13-20, Na- ?l j A. L CAR story 8 room, built from THE HOUSE-Tw- o select lumber, storm sheeting and building paper used in the construction. Four bedrooms, and bath rooms, reception hall, large living room, butter and kitchen pantries, trunk room, large closets, halls, front porch, rear porch and store room. Built in features and electricity and gas. GROUNDS About 2 acres, a variety of fruit bearing trees, all kinds of berries, large den, truck patches, chicken runs and etc. Not only a place to live but a place to MAKE A ING. Two hen houses, barn and garage, fact all necessary out-buildin- Ten minutes from the Court House with a concrete walk all the way. Apply to the owner for further information. 559 East Main Street, Danville, Kentucky. 527-- Phone Mm. Mw Itny wnn n recent guest of Mm. Powell Dniley. MEETING POSTPONED Alls Jesii; II. Rny pent the week TWO YEARS BY WAR end with Mrs. Andrew Stotts. Mr. nml Mr. V. T. Mobcrley were Osltgatts Will Discuss New Mmbr-with Mr. Cnrl Molierley Tuesday hlp Bails for Studs nil and Qutstlon nfKht. of Futura Support for Work. Mr. Mnrxc Murphy of Mndinon Many Olhsr Things. pent Friday night with Mr. and Mr. John Dailey. Tha Toting Women's Christian AssoMines Ilornlce and llensie Teatcr ciation of Die United Slate of America wlil meet In nntlonal were visitors of Mr. Hugh Mobcrley Cleveland, O., thu week contention In of April 13 to Monday night. SO, having (osttoned the convention Messrs Joe Kay and Car! Moberley front the spring of 1018 In order to were in Lexington last week to ce comply with a government request tha eitwust anil travel ba reduced to their tobarco Hold. minimum during tha war. Mis Jessie II. Ray nml Master Joe din-.in- g Tha department on conventions and Ray innilc n recent visit with Mr. and conference of the National Y. W. O. A., of which Mrs. Harry Emerson Kos- Mr. James Matthew. Mr. and Mr. Jesse Casey arc re dlck la chairman, estimates an attend' joicing over the arrival of n fine tzlrl a nee of 2,000 women, representing all departments of X. W. 0. A. wor- kthnt arrived on Dec. 2ttth. board members, secretaries, students. Mr. ami Mrs. Allen Teater were club girls, (llrl Heaortes, girls from In entertained by Mr. and Air. John dustrlal Henrico Centers, women from the International Institutes for foreign Dniley on Thursday night. born women, members from City, town Mr. Karl Dniley and Miss Bert and country Associations. Dniley (pent the week end in Jessa-min- e In the United Knch Association with friend and relative. States will bo entitled to one voting Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mobcrley nnd dclerate for every one hundred rotlng little daughter, spent the night Sat- members' In the Association. Two of tha most Important questions gar- urday with Mr. ami Mr. V. T. which wilt como np beforo the conven tlon will be thn membership basis nnd Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray entertained tho question of support. Of old busiThursday night Mr. and Mrs. Klijnh ness to b considered tho most Impor-taquestion will be tho membership LIV- McMillian and sou, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walbasts for associations, the ter Fain and children. Mr. and Mrs. granting of student membership prlvl charter in Clarence McCulley, and son. lego to tha Chicago Young Women's CI We regret we have lost the fnmil-ie- ( Christian Association and a recommen of Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Fain, Mr, datlon providing an Incrcaso In mem and Mr. Nelson Davis. Roth arc bership of the National Hoard of the good rtuc neighbors and citizens nnd Association will also be presented. Iter. Charles W. 01 key, pastor of we recommend them to the commun- ITydo Park llnptlst Church, Chicago, ity in the vicinity of their new homes. will glva a series of morning addresses Mj. and Mrs. Wilbert Dniley enter-tninr- d during the convention week. Dr. llob- the following Sundny, Mr. nnd ert K. 8per, secretary to the Foreign Mission Ilonrd of the TrMbyterian V. T. Moberley, Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Church, North, will also glra adJohn Dniley and children. Mr. and dress. Mrs. Kpeer Is ehatrmaii .n tha of .Mrs. t arl Moberley and dnughter. National lloanl of tho T. V. O. A. Mr. and Mrs. Klijnh McMillian and' The convention will be In session son were entertained in the after morning and evening, the afternoon (!) boliig given over to sectional meetings noon. held In various churches. Attendance at these meetings will be determined by group membership and also by ac as Tlie Ford Sedan, ..t c'urric srartmn nnd lighting syatcm,c!cm.i.n:s'.iVr;imv. .tl. 3; tires nil around, is the KL fc. ilv l. .iu.v of its general utility and refined ami cj.nfort.ib! equipment. Finely uprolsrcrcd. Plate glaw windows. An open car in the spring, summer, nnd early fall. A c!ccd c..r in inclement In weather and winter. -.. Tl ; low the city or the country, a : -- r. - i, r. : tha cost of operation nni r. least of its charms. Won't yu corr.e in and look it over? J cr c- Haselden Bros Garage. ffij:b2xl 1 a 'L3eKi Mob-erle- y. nt r TOBACCO i Tobacco is aelliny high nt the Warehouse at Lancaster, IS GOING HIGH. New Tobacco 1 1 But Tobacco 6anva& CHEAP AT Get yours early while we have it at 8 Take advantage of our early buying ing higher. 1-- I i HIGH PRICES at Richmond Market as high as any time this season. Bring us a load and be convinced. Below we quote a few of our averages for todays sale: P. Haden, S25 lbs, Mrs. W. P. Harford of Omaha, Neb, will preside at tha opening session, having been elected ai presides: at the last convention of the Toung Women's; Christian Association, bald la Los An gelea In 1013. Tha committee on business to eoua beforo the convention baa for Its chairwoman Mrs. John French ana Includes among Its members Mrs. John D. Itoxkefeller. Jr, Miss Ellis Bntlei, sis-ter of Nicholas Murray Butter, presV dent of Colombia University: Mis Martha McCook, Miss Mabel Cratty, general secretary for tha National Hoard of the T. V. G. A and Mrs. Wit llam Adams Drown, all of New Tork city. tivities. 1 BECKER & BALLARD'S i I I I 3 cents. go- it is Weber Wagons No better wagon built. The Weber fifth wheel and the swivel reach coupling arc worth $20. each to you during the life of your wagon, and our price on the Weber, quality considered is cither much too low or the price on Compare and draw other wagons much too high. your own conclusion. Sold in the Southland since 1845. TOWN GIRLS TO HAVEUf. C. A. Becker & Ballard RRYANTSVILLE. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. t i ) Taylor and Long 1725 lbs, Jesse Richardson, 1395 lbs Arbucklc and Burton, 1795 lbs P. E. and S. R. Foley, 3300 lbs Coy and Moody, 1020 lbs. C. S. Henry, 2S45 lbs Roberts and Wells, G180 lbs., P. B. Tussey S60 lbs, Salleeand Comely 1005 lbs, average $S9.G4 $ 739.50 average S6.25 1487.80 average S4.31 1179.G5 average 83.34 147S.05 average S0.36 2652.05 average 79.70 S12.95 average 79.19 2253.00 average 7S.1G 4830.60 average 76.02 653.S3 average 74.31 746.90 Call 99 or 387 for Association Maintains 52 Town Secretaries Wants to Expand Work at Once. "During tha war girls nil over tha world had their first lesson In nation says wido and world witio thinking, Hiss Mabel Head, director of Town end Country Work for tho National V. W. A. "Girls learned something of the inspiration or working with nunureus and hundreds of other girls, unselfishly and unstlntlngly, through lied Cross work. Now the V. W, C. A., through Its world wide program of ervlco for women, Is planning to ex pand Its work so that girls all over the world, and particularly In smaller com. munltles, will not Inso this experience. "Citizenship forums nro being orgnn lied for girls In small communities. where girls may como together to learn more nlnjiit their country and their responsibility to It and a citizens of the world. "Heading courses hnvo been planned it National Headquarters In New York ... .!. .. I -I n kiiiI in any 'iu!umni. .muj arry on a courso of atudy, either by terself or with other girts, on a wldo mrlety of subjects, The Y W O A. has at present thlr- secretaries doing county work. rhls means thnt they trnvel about from me community to another helping Iris to plan out social, recreational, ilucatlnnal and religious activities for tiemsetvea and organizing them to car--7 on these, activities. Theno secrets 1c work with tho county ngents of he Department of Agriculture In car ylng on home economic work. They elp plan pageants, arrange benefits, sslst tha gtrla In going to Y, W C. A. utumer conference and help-plaall orts of social good tlaaes for tha cotcv a Glen Lilly the FLOUR that compeets with QUALITY at a fair price made .from selected Garrard County Wheat The rush is over. market conditions. Plenty of room. Yours to Serve, M I. MADISON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. i Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. unit." 4 The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan 8, 920. 1 r Y.W.C. A. PLANS' WORLD PROGRAM Mrs. John D. BUCKEYE Rev, D. F. Sebastian will prtach Sunday nt 11 n. m. The W'.'M. S. will meet on Thursday Jan. 15th at 2:30 P. M. Mrs. Lizzie Wnlker visited Mr. ami Mrs, T. O. Kill lost week. W. A. Tribble. T. A. Rcyneirson. N'oel Dr. Hendrcn and Forrest Rockefeller, Jr., were in Lexington Wednesday, Heads Association's 1920 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis N'oel moed WorW Service Program. to their new home here last week. Mrs. Codie Mulflngcr nnd son, of $3,000,000 NEEDED FOR WORK. Paris visited relatives here Inst week Prof. Tomerlin returned home SatLeader Call Association a "Stabilizing urday after a visit to his parents nt Poit.War Elkton. Influence" In Outlining Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles attended Prf ram for Womin Fsdaral Council of Churchts to Announce MY. W. the funeral of Mr. Nick Schooler at Gilend Thursday. C. A. Sunday." Misses Flora, Christine nnd Mary Urm. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. chair-ma- n Price of Hartley were guests of Mr. of th) National Kducatlonal Cam- nnd Mrs. Dewey Price last week. paign Committee of tho 1020 World Service Program of tho Toting Worn BRADSIIAW MILL. en'a Chrlitlan Asoclatlon, hai made tha following statement : Mis Jewell Prcwltt left Tuesday "Sine the war we nro more than to enter school nt llcrea. aware of the economic. Industrial, ever Miss Dcrnlcc Bromldus wns with educational, aoclal and rctlfloua dlaV Mrs. Susan her grand-motheRroaddus. Misses Mable nnd Sndic Prewitt spent Wednesday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnmcron Prewitt. Misses Nannie nnd Linda Sanders were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. James aV ' Prewitt Sunday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Snyder have been spending several days with Mr. nnd Mrs. S. N Sanders. Mr. nnd Mrs. Grant Sanders and ion, Forrest, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James Prewitt. RoV Long and Amnion Uronddus spent Saturday night with their Mrs. Sutun Hroaddus. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl linker nnd daughter, Idn Mae, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. J nines Prowitt. r, Announcement WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PEOPLE OF BOYLE AND JOINING COUNTIES THAT WE HAVE PURCHASED THE L. B. AD- SAPP FURNITURE COMPANY, OF DANVILLE, AND TRUST THAT WE MAY BE FAVORED WITH A CONTINUATION OF THE PATRONAGE THAT THE OLD FIRM ENJOYED. WE EXPECT TO KEEP THE HIGH STAN- 'Jit'&tr DARD OF FURNITURE, ETC., ON HAND AT ALL TIMES, AND WILL RENDER SERVICE AND ACCOMODATION IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST BUSINESS PRINCIPLES. ASKING THE COURTESY OF A CALL WHEN YOU NEED ANYTHING IN OUR LINE, WE REMAIN, grand-mothe- MARKSBUKY MRS. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, JR Chairman of the Educational Cam paign Commlttea of the Young Christian Association. coitlea which bcaet tho lives of girls and women cterywhere. In meeting the post-wa- r needs of women tho Young Women's Christian Association stands aa an Instrument of service, tested and proven by war, and organized to meet tho manifold problems of peace. "Because of tta fifty odd ycara of experience In meeting fnndamental prob-lea- a affecting clrls, the Yotmg Worn-ea'- a Christian Association Is an orennt-ratio- n particularly fitted to exert a stabilizing Influence upon the troubled times through a consistent program of service for stria and women. "American women nro asking tin they may sharo In the world'a They can do so by enlisting tha support of their communities for thl World Service Program, which will iaaaro to the world a healthier and better womanhood. This campaign of the Y. Y. A. to tell the people of the United States about Ita work and to raise $3,000,000 A. with which to carry on Y. V. work during 1020 In the United States, Europe, China. Japan, India, South America, Egypt, Siberia and Mexico will cIom tho week of February 22 to 29, which will be known as Y. Y. C. A. Week. "The Federal Council of Churches will probably set ono Sunday as n tlrao for ministers throughout tho country to nddress their congregations on general conditions affecting women and tho Ycnng Women's Christian Association aa an Instrument of service. "The Immediate task Is to bring to the people of tho United Slates n knowledge of conditions affecting the Uvea of women In all parts of the werld. We can no longer Ignoro tho Wo-mm- 'a rccon-atroctlo- Mi.s Alice Sutton Is on the sick list. Horn, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Uyley horn a boy. TRIBBLE Danville, ft REYNIERSON TO SUCCESSORS a a Itaycr meeting every Wodncsdny evening nt 0:30 o'clock. There will be n business meeting Saturday afternoon nt two o'clock. Mrs. Jesso Sanders hns returned from n visit to relatives nt Freedom. Miss Martha Curtis who is nt the hospital nt Lexington, is expected homo this week. Mrs. Ella Cecil and daughter. Miss Annie T. of Danville, nro visiting Miss Eugenia Pollard. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mortc Pollard have taken roo... with Miss Eugenia Pol lard. Mr. Pollard will run the farm Dr. Doolin nnd son, Gerald, of Som erset, have been visiting Mr. J. D Rankin. While there Master Gerald became so ill n physician wns called. Mrs. Norn Pruitt entertained the following guests nt dinner Sunday, Rev. Skagg and family, Mr. nnd Mrs Herbert Brooks and family of Ducna Vista. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clark, Miss Pauline Durdctte of Ourgin. Mr. Hnrvcy Aldridge, n well known farmer of this community nnd Miss Lucy D. Evans, recently drove to Danville nnd were mnrrlcd by n minister of tlint town. They nre now- residing with his parents. The hap py pair have the best wishes of their friends. POOR L. B. SAPP FURNITURE CO. - Kentucky. the guests of her mother, Mrs. E. II. Good Thing to Keep In Mind. Wealth. Ray Saturday night nnd Sunday. When you nre talking wlt'i other There Is no wealth but life Life Mr. and Mrs. William Matthew people, even In the trlcti t eotit!i!enc ' ludliiR nil Its jmiwith or love, ol and daughter, Arleigh spent Sunday nlwnyn kwp this In mind, "Am I re-- Kv. nnd of nilmlrml.m That countrj veallng liiHmss or family ecret, or rlcheot which neiirl.lie. the, ' with Mc nnd Mrs. L. L. Matthew. private affair, which I tuny reertt sreatoM iiuiiiIht of noble nn.l Impp) some day)" human Wncs.-llus- klii. j Sew Sign "of Character. The rlmrnrter mil Im. rmit from the frvt UVmm w'th wiuarc feet have practical, stmnc, h.mr--. natunx ami make rxrHlent hum sn. iimidcr, Unit llm nnd ilainty imPcate n .enMllw, tnln and prud ili.p.r!inii. ut W "laW" -l aailaa.....MBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi ' TODAY. For Mir local! by 'Jut You Itboulqumionlf Munl'.S. Jaila ib lk ttt atmmt of Cii'ni. Trtlrf.KianKnn.llch.r1c I brr um diKuurxni bniw IVa nt hrf trratmrata failrU Hunl'aS.1.. ha. rthrvrcj hundrd, of u can't loa Honey BACK Cyixai,,, ! on rail Try J. STARMES DRUG STORE. Weighs 700 Pounds. -Imby" airplane of Swedish make welch only To) imhiikU ml ha a peel of H) miles nil hour. A new 11 Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR -r a Mrs. Robert Whittakcr was n re coming tothe Association from China, Humane Muzzle. Japan, India and South America, cent visitor of Mrs. R. II. Preston. A humane muzzle for docs enable where work was held back during tho Miss Agnes Simpson is visiting an niilmal to open Ita war because of tho necessity for spe- Mrs. Speed Sherrow of Mt. Hebron. as Its nose Is polnteil mouth as Inn toward the cial activity In France and the United u It mines Its heutl. Miss Osu Hill wus tho guest of her ground, hut cloState. "Tho World Brrvlce Program calta sister, Mrs. Dillnrd Simpson, recently. Magnetized Razor Blade. for W.500,000. Of this amount tl.500,-0Mr. nnd Mrs. V. L. Sanders spent In 11 new IN baa already been securetL" The Sunday with her lather, Mrs. Mar- - safety hlude and held coverplace by a In razor are Tha educational campaign commit, magnetized luinuie hi they may be tea Includes awaits Its members Mrs. see. Misses Chrirtine and Olivia Pres easily removed for cleunliig. Itobcrt H. Spoor, president of the National Hoard of the Y. W. C. A,; Mrs. ton spent Friday with Mrs. Viola Henry P. Davtsnn, Mrs. William Vnn Fain. Spins GUis Thread. V. Haven, Mrs. Itobcrt L. Dickinson, Mis Muttie Ilumh Cobb was the A method has been for Mrs. William Adams llrown, Mrs. Van Hunfurd Merlo-Smltt-i. Mrs. Lewis II. guest of Mist Arloigh Matthew, on spinning slniu Into pracllenlly cndleu threud which enn be wound 011 spools Sunday, Lnpbam, Mlu lillrn Halo Stevenson, Mix Frederic 1L Pratt und Mrs. HerMasters Elmer and Joe Ray were like ordinary threud find uvd for many bert Leo Pratt. tho week end visitors of their cousin purNc. Muster F.lgin Ray. SMALL Y. W. C. A. IS Mias Ilcnnio Mctcalf was the at COMMUNITY CENTER tractive guest of Miss Christine Pres 1 character, tha manner of llfo and tha Ideals of other peoples, whether we want te oY not. A special call Is now Balanc Wheel Actlvltlca. The balance whi-e- t "f " nveraca Mr. Floyd Snyder has been ill. wut.h mniim ;M vlbrnthMH every Mr. Klmer Ray spent Sunday with minute. IS.UXI each hour, i:cj,000 In a day, or 157,7&S.0O0 ypnr. Mr, Orcnr Whittnkcr. 11 RIDGE. I . I 1 I 1 fH ' lfaV IL "S .. 1 .V- IB i RtersaUon for Girls Is Important Fa. ture of Work. Kifty-twyoung women In the Unit-e- d States am known n Y. W. C A. "town secretaries." All of which means that the fifty-tware organising recreation work for girls and for the community at large In towna of lcsv than 10,000 inhabitants. Tho Y. W. O. A, may ba In one rented room or more. It may bo a whole building, but at any rate there Is a recreation room and If possible a kitchen, reading and writing moma. If the Y, W. C. A. has building of Its own It Jeromes a community center, where all o wmea'a ergaalutleaa may meet. ton Sunday night. Mr. Jesse Scwell has returned to Shclbyville after spending the holiAfter you eat alwiya Uk days here with relatives. Mils Christine Preston spent sev. era! days with her couiln, Miss Carrie Preston of Lancaster. laaUatly rclluves Haaitfatra, W Miis Hazel Preston was the pleasStops food aourifag. ant guest of Miss Lnverno Whittakcr rrpeallBir, ua m hooks nuaenaaw AiaV JasiJia Mai ag ,UfT Thursday night and Friday. Mr, Orear Whittakcr spent Saturday and Sunday with hla sister, Mrs. Elbert Chandler of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders were It Bi McKOBERTS, Uacatlsr. Ky. PATONIC -- KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. LancasterKy. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Jan 8, 1 920 b Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 per Barrel. STOCK LISTED Mett BY COUNTIES to Otllrsble for Communities Coneenlratt on Production of Few Breeds. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. (t'rrHir'. In tnmt of Agriculture.! e br ths United Mates Pepsrt lro-mo- te Lay a bet on Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. campaign to the nation-widthe general ue of purebred sires nnd better jlu stork, the L'nttcd Stnte department of agriculture will keep record" of the agricultural counties according tit the breeds of live stock which predominate In them. Practical experience has demonstrated the desirability of committee- -, concentrating on the prndiictlim of only a few breeds nt ! 1 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Qver One Half Million Dollars. ON II. P. "ROLL OF HONOR.' V. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker. W. O. Pres. ! W. P. Champ. Cashier, Itigney, AuL Cachler. Joe J. Walker, AuU Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. If you could buy a friend for $5.00 a year. on national anil local problem, ere whose views would commend ns much respect, for instance, as that received by the editorial page of the Louisville Courier-Journa- l. ly in the day and tell you in n conciic, authoritative way about every important world event during the preceding twenty-fou- r hours, quoting what the New York Time was printing the name morning; what the reliable Associated Press was saying nbout politics, strikes, or the High Cost of Living; giving you new which ho had received by wire the night before from correspondent nil over Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee; while you were eating your cereal and draw n cartoon which would make you think, and you uuld mnkc then mine pictures that nnd type of the different 'II Aw'tififsmmr clne of live stoc.V. Such manage-metod Anil loppy trd ImJi, not only enables the Individual ttn furtrfomo pound and mK htlf pound tin fanners to aid each other In Improvondthot ing nnd upgrading their stock, but alwi tmmt4or pound ttvrftt 7 wits tooni inmtfrnor topi rains for the comtituhltle wide reputathtt Sops Princo Albott in just . your own cigarettes with Prince Albert tions a- - renters fur certain brei-dstuch pottnt condition I The raising of several dominant breeds joy'tS n sideline ns you ever cnrrictl nround in R. J. Reynolds Tobacco) In any community makes that locality Company grip I For, take it nt any angle, you never got such quality, the incrcn for prop:tlve purchasers WluKaSilnr, N.C. who nre desirous of bulng animals flavor, fragrance und coolness in n makin's cigarette in your of th'He breeds, and nlo makes It will present you! life as every "P. A. home-madfor buyers to obtain stock In large iiiHiitltles. Prince Albert puts new smokenotions under your bonnet! It's so For thv sen Ice of peron Interested In examining or live stock, delightful rolled Into a cigarette and, so easy to roll I And, you just take the department will keep n record of to it liko you been doing it since away back I You sec, P. A. is crimp cut the dominant breiN and varieties m and a cinch to handle ! It stays put and you don't lose a lot when you the different kinds of live stock In each comity where Mich Information Is start to hu& the paper around tho tobacco t obtained from accurate and dependYoull like Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do in a home-rolle- d able Miiirres. Pending future developments In thl work, n breed or vacigarette, too! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented riety will lie considered dominant If process. You know P. A. is the tobacco that lias led three men to smoke Hl or more good purebred sires of pipes where ono iraa smoked before. Yes sir, Prince Albert blazed the that brc-- or variety are owned nnd tiu-what a wad of smokesport will ripple your way way. And, In n county. fur breeding concerning Sources of Information every time you fill up I tln farm animals will Include county ncents. official of state agricultural college, and representative of state lwtrd of agriculture. Tho depart A Drop of Water. But Father Cant ment nitiestt that state nnd county It has been our observation that If n drop ef wnter could be magnl figlive Mock association tnmsinlt when n hotlday cornea around everyto the size of the earth, each of ure nnd all data available on the fled molecules would oppeur no larger body takes advnntage of It except Its purebred sires of their region to their BACK those, who need It tho most. than n baseball. without qunl ton If I lunt ',5.1,, local county agent or the stntc agrl fill In IbttirxmrctorEonra. Tctirf. Ringworm, Itch, te. cultural college. This material should Doa't btromt ditroursf ni be. The Reason. Include a statement of the number of Cocoa a "Divine Plant." ram ohrr Unintati ftllfil "Do you tnke your cook away with Hunt purebred sires In the county, together Coc.a. from tho leaves of which co-- ilnl ofSalvaat rtbrrrd bua. loch cam. You cn't you In the summer!" "Oh, no: we with the date when the Information cnlue Is produced, was known among lot on our Monty Umtk can't afford to go to the kind of places CmmrmnttOm Tnr It mt our rlalr was gathered. Initiative In collecting m the Incas as the "dhlne plant" long TODAY. Pric.'K.t that would satisfy her." lioston nnd reporting these datn rests entire- before tho western worlil was thought Transcript. ly with the comity and state officials. of Id the Knst. STORM ES DRUG STORE. Information gathered In this way by Ihe4lrpartmrnt of agriculture will t available to the public. Thus per- - Albert the national joy smoke e" rtTTt-,H- ' imi.i ssj.. pi rlir, prrtI ROLLING liile seli-elln- me-o-m- y, ECZEMA NNE7 m 1 a friend with stimulating idea a friend who would meet you ear THORNHILL WAGONS li n"V,f 1 . c,.Mv ji rivTt 1 1 .' s n friend who would sit down Only Good Purebred Dulls of Known Breeding Value Should De Used In Upgrading Their Stock. son wishing to purchase any kind of live stock mny uncertain readily what laugh; your wife just what she wants to know nbout cooking, shopping and fashions, then entertain the children every day with a forest animal story. a friend who is not obtrusive, but who stands ready, nny moment during the day to answer your questions nbout racing, boxing or nny othor sport ami the next minute "tip you olF", if you want him to, on tho way stocks lire selling on thu metropolitan markets. like that, and a friend versatile enough to give counties In the I'nlted Stnte. according to the record, Imve purebred sires of the vnrious breed lit which they nre lutereted. Naturally where ns many ns 100 purebred sires nre used In n community, these herd headers will stamp their iinllty to n considerable extent on the live stock of that county nnd lend to the production of limsy desirable grade female, ns well ns purebred stock of both sexes. Furthermore. In counties where a certain breed I cotwldered domlnnut. even though there are less thnn 100 purebred sires, such facts should Ik ported and will be kept us siipptcmc records. If you only COULD buy for 15.00 n year a friend You Couldn't Spend the Money Too Quickly, Yet ready to do nil that thin person might. It opinions ulwiiy lire worth careful consideration, its news service is reliable nnd complete, its feature for the homo nnd for every nnd member of the fuaiily are entertaining instructive, nnd it costs only J6.00 for an entire year. HUT BEST OF ALL. VC ARC NOW FEEDING AVERAGE DAIRY COW Certain Amount of Clever Hay, Corn Silage and Qraln Required for Winter Feed. M avenge dairy cow Hint Is capable of producing liV) to ,M pounds of butterfut n year, will require n ton ot clover buy, threo ton of com silage, pounds of gnitn for nml nmund her winter feed or for the time she Is fed Indoors. If the liny I of tlrst-cluquality and the com silage has inn sldernbli com, the buy may be In creased and the amouut-o- f groin de Made In the Heart of the Hardwood Region the past ten years the automobile, ami lime spreader occupied the time of many wagon makers. Hut Thorn-hi- ll stuck to the wagon and to the farmer trade. Over rough mountain roadj, through swampi, at logging camps, thoc wagom did duty daily. Thus the fame of the Thornhill spread, and the demand grew steadily greater. The daily Courier-Journ- al is DURING lx) AtlLE TO OFFER al s Tough Highland Hickory is located in the wry shadow of mighty forests of mountain hickory. The ground is hard the climate severe. The wood has to fight for life. So it grows sturdy and strong d and tough well nigh unbreakable. It has nearly twice the strength of hickory that grows in softer ground, which is usually brittle-bras-h The white oak, growing undes similar rj.ditions, develops a similar toughness. The oak and hickory are dried outJonrs under shelter and kept there from three to five years so piled that the air can circulate"frccly. The cap dries in it. close-graine- $ze Daily 1 Courier-Journand Tin: Their plant Some say their location in the heart of the hardwood region is the reason why they can build such a wear-prowagon. And this is partly true. For good, tough oak and hickory are things no man can male. g Hut much is due to their modern plant. Materials start at nne end of the plane and come out a finished wagon at the other. Each man does but a single task, and he does that task to perfection. labor-savin- A CUn of Master Bu&fera Hut to the men are due many of the THorn hill features. Years ago they attracted to their plant the masters of wagon building. They asked these men for improvements, and the men who made them received their just reward. Together they worked out more improvements than had ever been made in the twenty years that went before. Let us show you a Thornhill and demonstrate the .value of Thornhill constructioa, tatto long-wearin- g, light-runnin- created. Central Record Both AID TO PERMANENT PASTURE Ohio Station OHklal Recommend Use of Alslke and Blue Grass-Ma- nure Is Big Help. Year by Mail. For Only $6. This offer applies to renewals ns well as new subscriptions, but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you muy substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of CENTRAL RECORD. flniss seed applied carry In February or Starch helps to establish n er iiiancnt pasture, nnd Ohio station otll clals recommend the use of alslke nnd blue plant thrive well where wilt heave out In tho winter, Tho application of manure Is of help In every lustancn In producing a good growth of pasture K'us, us red clover does not W. J. ROMANS. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 8, 14 to 19 Million Popula- - LEGISLATURE CONVENES tion Gain In U. S. 1 920 OBELISK, THE FLOUR. "BLUE RIBBON" Indicated. START THE NEW YEAR Woman's Suffrage wins Army of 85,000 Enumerator! Started In Count Uil Frldayl To RATIFIES Two Weeks. 11 Kentucky. UNITED STATES TRY A SACK TO DAY. WE DELIVER IN TOWN. Washington, (Associated Press) Harlan Osmoses It. An army of 85,000 rnumcrntor be- gnn promptly at 0 o clock rridny COTTON SEED MEAL morning the work of counting the Frankfort Ky., Jan. (5. llntiflcn I men, women nm! children of tho Unit- tlon of the Keilcrnl amendment look- I oil Stated, and of collecting lnformnnK to woman suffrage, assumption You Need In Wc tion about the resources of the coun0f the whip hand by Senate Demo- CREMO DAIRY FEED try, crnts, and delivery of the Governor's The taking of this census, the message marked the opening day's fourteenth in the history of the nn- - ,Ctsion of the 1020 Kentucky Lega Will Make Your Cow Give More Milk. tion, is expected to require only Mature. HARDWARE, STOVES, nbout two weeks, but figures showing The Democratic Senators, with KY. FARM FEED, BALLARD'S BRAN, WHEAT the total population probably will not their majority of two, took the "bit be available until the end of April. In their teeth" immediately after the MIDDLINGS, RYE MIDDLINGS, MILL FEED. 16,000,000 Cain Espected. election of Senate officers nominat- CORN, OATS, HAY. The count is expected to show nod Inst night In n Democratic cau- MENTS, PLUMBING AND ROOFING. population of from 107,000,000 tolCUs by naming a Senate Itules Com- GENUINE KANAWHA SALT-B- cst for curing Meat empowered to draft rules to 112,000,000, ns compared with 000,000 in 1010. The estimated govern Senate proceedings and to BUILDING population July I, 1910, was 10C,- - name the Senate's standing commlt-871.20tees, Adjournrd Until Monday. Cards will be collected by 3721 Doth house were adjourned late supervisor!", and forwarded to hcad-- l quarters here, where 4.000 clerks this afternoon to be convened again AND In will be engnged in tabulation work. Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Totals for each of the items on the the meantime work of drafting rules committees cards will be computed by specially nnd naming standing EH t 3G ex- - will have been completed. designated machines. Officials Only Democrats have places on the pect to be able to make a preliminary cst,matc tle l,0l,u,tlon of ,ne 'r" Senate Kules Committee, hended by gcr cities by tho mlddlo ot .Marcn. I (resident Pro I em (.mines m. liar I riss, Versailles. The remaining eight Year. $1.50 Issued W..klr. Morrow The Many Data Included. census includes the collection I members arc Clem Nunn. Marion; being HARRODSBURG HAS and hmcMmc shop Herald destroyed. Payable la Advaaca. on farms, manufacturers, The Harre4sburg building Urrn Many Needed Reform, In of data and oil production, in uddi- - Frank Hives, llopkinsville; llaynes Carter, Elizabcthtown; William forests and sevemi businoss houses with flats J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. FIrit Message To Legislature, Itotn-r- t $250,000 C. Simmons iPcrry. Louisville; tion to enumeration of persons. were searched by flames. R. L .ELKI.V, Local Editor and Mgr. Tho fourteenth decennial census is I Covineton: L M. Smith. llarrods Families in these apartments moved r KA.Nh.rUll I , Ky.. twelve ills- - (he fi . . l)C ,nken ,lurinK thc wi. burg: J. W. Harlan. Danville, J. I) SO Autos Burned. their effect int the street. The ter months. While sevcie weather Whittaker, Cannel City. goad crty water pressure enabled the Entered at the Tost Offico In LanThis is the most powerful commit T. Infram's Garage Dr.lroyed nremen to save thc surrounding Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s sage to thc Kentucky General As- - lc cmince w, nmdc in order that tee thut either house can have, it be buildings. Matter. When Overturned Lantern Isjnil. iuesday. cnumprntion miKht be completed be- - ing almost in absolute control o semoiy wnicn convened They nrc briefly as follows: t Gasoline. i,.ftion tirimnrics of the lecislation durinir thc last ten day fori! tn Big Tobacco Yield. . Abolition ol useless otlices and con- tu tin,.. ,.r .., in when th fnt .if mnnv Ky., Juury 8, 1920 LBcu!er, Few Machines Iniured. solidation of boards and commissions tho, women have been employed as I measures depends on whether they The Becard has Just come into Repeal of the Board of Control supervisors. I are broucht up for notion. Ky. When HARIlODSBUItC;, a peMeti of some ilata covering a I law, and divorcing of the State initi Senate Ratifies Amendment. I m mm mm net negro chauffeur overturneil a lantern phenomenal yield of tobacco Member Kentucky Fresa Association tutions from politics, The joint resolution calling for fc.Veryone af in J. T. Ingram's garage in the cen- whs cultivated quite a number and School legislation, Including a sur . . ... , ratification of the redcral woman ter of town at I o'clock Saturday years ago en the Clay Sutten farm Eighth District Publishers League. vcjr commission. OhOUld iVnOW. .utrr:,,.e amendment iiAiued the Sen morning, he started a tire which des- by Ben Bee. This tobacco was of Removal of the Judiciary fro the broad-lea- f liurley type; was rais-n- l The Fourteenth Decenr.ini Census te late this afternoon by vote of 30 troyed the building together with politics and their election under It previously had passed the on old bluegrass land and yielded of the United States is on! eighty and ninety pleasure Ratts For Political Aanouacesneata. nonpartisan plan. Under thc immediate direction of House, where it was introduced by ram and motor trucks ihhhv loaded iS3U imunde per acre, the ground on Ratification of the Federal suffrage Henri-For Precinct and City Offices. .J5.00 M Ilurhnnnn. Jr.. Supervisor Keprescntative Uuirus. Louisville, with goods, causing a total lss of whwh it grew having been surveyed 10.00 amendment. For County Offices votu ot 71 l of the 116 census district of Kcn-M- y KxplesMns $260,000. gasoline by the lamented James Beazlcy, the of Enforcement of Nation and State Thos-- ' wo voted against it on final For State and District Offices 1G.0O tuckv. census enumerators will call at tanks on the automobiles made the father of Dick and Pony Heazley, of .10 wide prohibition. For Calls, per line in the Senate were C. W dwelling house in this coromun- - ro1' firemen's task hazardous. The fire Iixingten. The amount of the Repeal of amendment of the com everv .10 . I Burton, Haynes Carter, A. A. For Cards, per lino De i. itv n ...rurn ), inf.rmniinn started at the entrance to the stor yield per acre wss carefully calculatpulsory Primary law, For all publications in the interary to fill out the questions contain- - munbrum, T. T. Gardner. J. W. liar age rooms, preventing thc wiving of ed to the pound. As this magnificent Dismissal of officers who surrender est of individuals or expresT. Morris. Frank Bites and L crop nearod maturity it attracted ed on the nrlnted census schedules. cars Inside. prisoners to mobs, sion of Individual views, per Questions covering the following I M Smith- - al1 Democrats except De- Young people of the town gave n much attention locally, and the enorDevelopment of the State's agri ... l ji 10 a l.vt t Una m nnil " mous yield, as Indicated points win be asKed oi every person I -- rti by the ,05 cultural and natural resources, I Obituaries, per line Representatives who voted against dance and music was furnished by above figures, has not so in the United States: negro musicians from lsxingtan. far as eluding stimulating and protection of 11 wre Messrs Adams. Dullard, Ilol- Sex: Color or race: Ace at last brought known, been surpassed in the state. who chaulfour oil and gas industries. r,nrI Da". """V. Hamilton. The birthday; Whether single, married, them in an automobile could not The area under cultivation was four Creation of a more efficient de ynes, noiuuay. numpnrey. nunu-norso- n widowed or divorced: Birthplace of his car in the dark and lighted acres and the crop was sold at tho man- - 3 W- - Johnson. Kelly, Kim- - start If the Fiscal Court of Gar- partment of labor. a permanent sys ..numeratf.1 nnd hirthnlace of a lantern, which was overturned. time by Mr. Sutton to some Danville Construction of father and mother, giving names of "rough. Knott. Laughlln, Meyers, rard county should fail in its tern of State highways Blazing oil igm?cd leaking gasoline parties and brought H ccnU a pound, Rogers, Strange. J. Mack country and province if foreign nor and the negro had a narrow escape. which was then considered a high effort to get the Federal HighCorrection and revision of the pres Thompson. Wheeler, Williamson, and specifying Among the cars destreyod wers price. If anybody can beat this way through this county as has ent tax law a limitation of the arbit born; Occupation, industry trade or "". vcn oi wnom are itepubii profession, also .. in which r. Brunvr and Sims' funeral ear, two yield per acre we are ready to pub-Hsrary power oi me ataie lax com been proposed by several meetemnloved: Whether nttendinir srhnnl: I thc facta regarding same, the trucks ings, held here jointly with mission. senator nnrian, noyie county, led ing to loaded with grocer nw belongGentry and llanna, and a nl eonditisti being that figurns ami Under the head of useless offices Whether able to read; Whether nblc lne againsi raimcauon in the proofs that admit sf m eonjeeturo Danville and later with a meet Gov. Morrow included thc following: to write; Whether able to speak Kn- - i Inwith furniture. II tin nuvnrniint liufcitti. un. truck leaded i. tit.. ii'i--. ai i . 11:11311. t ni i hit nuniL i t uwiiPiii or i a i air. ing at Richmond, we will lose c gram's loss is fixed at $60,000. lit must accompany sUtawmaH in re""te. II. gard to it. rented, and if owned whether was license one of thc opportunities that MB warral cki uy senator lar- - insurance hailsmall. Few of tie car owners auto license inspectors; State For is free of encumbrance or is mort- - I insurance. Heroic may never come this way lcr' IIBn,m county, who prophesied work of the fire brigade confined the Great Man's Tribute to Mother. ester and deputies, insurance rating caccil' ' I nmenament be- A wis again. lne mother and Persons of foreign birth will be lnal .l Htk rn. llames to the garage. The olTic? board and entire automobile depart- Why don't the Fiscal Court mnnf t ll m Kinn.a KnlLtLn. n I... nV...I nll...tlnn ronrnrnln.,r ' 1...... n.l. I COnlCS ellCCUVe lite UClnocruU Will alone was noted, the storage room MH me. to ftucmid In life. Henry . . lay. never regain ascendancy :n this Mate. ' call a meeting of the citizens of Placed in the hands of the County M v immigration to the United , rtnMMr wno mMe n ur,len' l' the county and have this mutStates! Whether nninmllTo,! nr. I if Mer oai s ngnw in me matter of ter explained to them and when --roman SHllirage was Senator l.ar so the vear of naturalization?: Mnllur I Nner. llurdw.ll. probably the oldest this is done we haven't any tonKUt. or nntlve aUk.uaKl.. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE m cm tier oi uie upper branch of thc Miss Jennie Unreins nsks us to Everv m Visited. doubt thut it will meet with the niuiy. Census enumerators also will call l,Cnt,ra' hearty support of the voters of state that an examination of teachers Slate Route Voted Down for Commnn Krhnol fltnlnnmn will l. nt evvrv fnrnt in thl rnmnnn.lt v tn the county, when they once un held in Lancaster on se"ator "Brian offered as a sul- January 30th secure tho information nccewiary to derstand what it will mean to and .'list. lnc menimenii fill out the questions contained on the ,",v at the close of business n,nn' one 'nu,t'K to submission of them in the future. agricultural schedule. to the voters of Kvntuc-l"c December 31st, 19 J 9 Each farmur will I... n.Ve.l Call thu meeting Judge .0t-nilMir- . I Ills substitute tlons concerninL' the nprni... u,..l R nu Stnpp and lets do something in "y VM 0f "3 to lr'- value of his farm; whether he owns. LIABILITIHS . before its too late. The time l"c rel,,,, nmenument plan was Capital rent or partly own nnd partly rents j 16,000.00 has been extended by the govon tho ,,ou,,e w'tl"ut de- Surplus ami UaHvWm1 Prafits namml thc land he farms; thc value of the 8,1 107 ernment tmtil Murch 15th, and buildings, machinery and implements bate . I . -. H08.fflll.7l V. we should not let any grass 6,000.00 kians that Henry ( Iny, one of her Dividend No. of all crops raised on his farm dur-- p nina grow under our feet, to see greatest statesmen, was at one time TfiO.OO ing mo r that this mutter is put before a professor in Transylvania College, questionsyear lyiuj and many other 0afU ftn DringS $OUU.UU. possible! which mrr.ioo.TH tho people in a way that will and that he was a curator, after lea v. farm operation. cover all About the largest price ever paid itHsouncifS leave no doubt in their minds, Ing the college for the Held of poll Nets nntl 1IIIU DsscawNttiN AN AIISOLUTELV ACCUItATE for a single hog in this county, was $11X,0.0' tics, Banking Houea I'urHitHrsi a ad WxtStn what a help it will be to Gar- Clay'suntil his death in 1862. Mr. AND COMPLETE CENSUS VIT- - a Poland China boar purchased mt :i,00.W professorship covered the three ALLY CONCKUNS United Statu Buiyls THE WL'LFAUE week from Huffman Brothers of Mer l'.'.gOS.OO rard county. years from 1804 to lb07. Stack and'OtW Band OF THIS COMMUNITY AND OP cur county by Messrs 1 T. Brudshaw Cash with Ilesorve AkwUs KVEUY PERSON LIVING aolioVJI IN IT, land Dan East. Thc hog was of thc Cwih on liana und In Vault TDK OFFICIAL POPULATION FOR Wg type and is Mild to be tho host 7,VO0jn THE NEXT TEN YEARS WILL HE ww ever in tha county DETERMINED I1Y THE CENSUS OF 1020. Ry.5!nAnUr BE ItEADY WITH YOUIt AN'S- This bank has this day .luclarc.1 Hs 'iltk, om.annual WEILS WHEN THE CENSUS MAN C dlvidcml, f 6 per cent of the net uunilmss af the past six We aro sending out checks this week to our CALLS AT YOUR HOUSE. months. We thank our customurs for tholr pntronue, and patrons, paying them vlvnnia. sollolt ii continuance of same. At the close of u very successCmrrA Af a willici 0 Pnnnnii'. ful years business, we take pleasure of presenting the above 75 CENTS FOR -I o I,... ,.r ,. v.. I balunced sheet which shows our substantial growth, this howARE YOU GETTING ALL YOUR FAT IS WORTH? House of Iteiiresentatives. Chump ever has been attained without tho sacrifice of cither lluufdty Tobacco firm of Danville, informs us Clark, of Missouri, is oneof the If not send it to us. Wc pay all shipping charges or safety. that he is having splendid sulcs at his alumni of Transylvania College ut and return can the next day. BANK OF I1UYANTSVILLB, alnut btreet house in Dunvillo and Lexington. Speaker Clark wrote in Bryantsville, Kentucky. that nil his customers ore pleased interesting vein of his experiences na CO. .. With the tirlrua tlmu I. Able to care tor large and small requirements.' I. -- ..II -- ....I....1 I t. 1.1. Hu tells them about it in a large ad- - memoirs publishod in an American STANFORD, KY. J. C. WILLIAMS, Cashier. vertiscment on the back page cf this Magaxino of national circulation u I Jsue. fi.w vcars uiro. - BY TRADING WITH US. AMENDMENT. Have Everything IMPLE e, Conn "LIVE Brothers. MATERIAL. LET LIVE FOLKS." S The Central Record STRONG MESSAGE From Governor ' FIRE. abc .,,,, v. nt What P .. hM-M- ........ a m Ml-bo- th A Z: .Z.T..1" 11"?!? ""r 1 .... leacners examination. ... F-r- Bank of Bryantsville Stk Henry Clay a Professor Transylvania r' olana Boar Srt' al .......... Semi-Annu- ... ....... ...... .... 6RfcftM SHIPPERS. r THEIR BUTTER FAT. .nloe ark Graduate of Trans rhamn r STANFORD CREAMERY The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Jan 8, 1 920 TAKE THE OATH Are In Charge Classified Column TO OUR PATRONS-- on DANVILLE STREET at the OLD POST OFFICE. We will be rflad to sec you . At til win mm our prices and. not. our Bi any uric, we ft Miss Ivn Dell Montgomery, daughter of Mr. and Mr. W. II. MontgomKmbry, of Lexington, Mr. Kohcrt ery of thi city, win married In is In the city for n few day visit with RATESi Frankfort, on New Ycnr' Day, to Mr. ncr moincr, .Mr, w. r. west. Hnakcl Moore of thnt city. MU Single insertion lc n word Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank ItaMon were Montgomery ltn lived with her sister No ad taken for less than 20c guest of honor at n New Ycar'a Din there for the past two year and it In this column. No ads in this ncr given at the home of her father, well remembered here where sue has Of All Branchas of Government At you column charged. many friend, all of whom wilt wish Mr, Jnrno; A. Scott. Frankfort. her much happiness through the comSeven Insertions for the A to You. Mr. Dnh Collier Klkin, returned to ing years. price of five. FUANKFOHI), Ky., Jnn. 5. KenAfter n visit to his parents, in tucky Is now under Republican rule, Atlanta lnt Snturday night nftcr Phone order must be paid spending two weeka with his parents, Ashland, Ky., they will reside nt nil of the department heads elected promptly. Kusscll, Ky., their future home. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. U Klkin. C November having been sworn The Deal House. in nt noon today. They include: Mr, Howard Holtzclnw, and broDickerson-Sande- rs. Fred A. Vnughnn, Secretnry of FOH SALK: A lot of good mixed ther, Ilert Holtzclnw, of lnd A wedding of unuiunl interest was State. Mr. nnd Mr. Hart, Mr. nnd Mr. W. S. Embry. were pleasant visitor of their aunt, Charles I. Dawson, Attorney Gen- stock hay. J L Weit, of Klcliniond, moved to Mr. Nannie J. Ijiwrcnce. the marriage of Miss Pearl Dickerson eral. Ijincaater Tuenday where they will FOR SALK: nnd Mr. Chnrlic Sanders, both of this Two good frch John J. Crnig, Auditor. milk cows. in reide In the future. They will oc A. W. Knvnnaugh. Mr. Hobert K. Hatfield, of Akron, city, the mnrriagc inking place James A. Wallace, Treasurer. cupy the Clay Sutton fnrm on I.ex Ohio, has been the plensnnt guest of Jelfcrsonvillc list Saturday afterGeorge Colvin, Superintendent of noon. ington nvenue. his brother, Dr. M. S. Hatfield nnd Irutructlon. FOR SALK: Seven room resiIt en me as quite a surprise to the family, on Kichmond nvenue. A Mil MHln el lh Comlni and William C. llnnnn. Commissioner dence on Mnplc nvenue. Possession Mr. nnd Mm. Jiime Smith have public, but intimate friend of both by That Wl Art IntimUd In. Oelnti moved to their new home on Maple G. C. Walker. nt once. Miss Mnrilee Lear left Inst Monday parties were let Into the secret sev of Agriculture. Hoy H. Speck, Clerk of the Court avenue. Mr. nnd Mr. Clny Sutton for Itrennu College, Cnlnesvllle, (In., eral days before the happy event took FOR SALK: Good buggy and moved Tuesday to their home on nfter spending n happy Christmas place. Mr. Sander is tho charming of Appeals. J. W. Hill, purchnned with her parents, Mr. There were no special exercises in net of harness. MIm Emily Bourne wss the week- - Maple nvenue recently nnd Mr. V. A. daughter of Mr. and Mr. J. K. DickPoint Lcavcll, Ky. from Mr. Smith. connection with the awenring in of rml guest of MM Alice Sutton. Lear. erson nnd Is exceedingly popular in where she ha lived prac- the new officer, though mnny of STRAYED from my place, about One of the most delightful n Hairs Mt Bdwi Ilcrkele ba returned to Captain John J. Maret, Hetlnnl, IT. tically all of her life. She graduated them were the recipient of flowers Dec. :ilst, a roan bull, weight about week was the dinner party ML .Sterling whore she k teaching. of the xtit and congratulations. located nt Hbiio- - at the Ijoicastcr High School lust 1,000 pounds. Reward. Phone 207-glen by Mt ChrMlne Snndera at S. Army, recently been lula, Hawaii, has the plottmnt June and attended llclmont-Wnr- d G. M. Dishon. Mtr Stelh Hreaddus hns been the her pretty Intme on Danville nvenue. truest of hi uncle ntxl cousins, Mr. Attractive visitor of her aunt, Mr. Almut twelve guoatfi enjoyeil Mpm Jame A. Scott and family during tm Seminary at Nashville until the Thoroughbred A FOR SALK: Christmas holidays. SHler'M lnmpitallty. '.V, M. Sim oj hiehmrnd. holldnys. Collie dog1 nnd five pups. Sec them Mr. Sanders is the youngest son of Mr. C. A. Itnrdin Ima returned Mrs. Sallie Sanders nnd is cqually at I. K. Hcrron'a residence. .MIm B. L Ilrwaddu ttf Detroit, Mb Lorm Young 1mm accepted n popular and Mrs. R. T. Peddicord. It. Michigan, h viaiting her mother, Mn. from Ijiiteanter and while there ahe is the proprietor of the wpw the gtioat of honor at n lovely pooition in this nlflce and Is rapidly Dixie Garage, which he purchased II. M. HronddtM of thli city. of Automobile, FOR SALKs dinner Kivetn by Mr. Dunlap Ulan learning the details of operating the Mr. Taylor Knrjey severnl months Dallas, Texas Wild geese rnnnot Mr. Alrx Wm(, wa culled ((!) in perfect condition, nil to ten, u1m will be reralltl here a MIm linotype machine, beside lota of other ago. compete with the nirplnnc in speed or extra, a bargain for ono week, Richmond last Saturday liy tht denth Nornm Klmore. llarrtHlabur llerahl things that is necessary In running After n few days spent In Louis- maneuvering nnd the the nn newspaper. Hnslcdcn Hros Gal age af hi brother, Mr. W. II. Wont. ville the happy couple returned to swiftest of the winged creature, ts MkMoa I.idn ami Merie Itay, ljincnster Tuomlay afternoon and Mr. Fleece Iltibiinwn. of Danville, MntHir Aimer liny and llrndley Long Mr Henry Simtwon. of Lexington outclassed by the flying men, aviators LOST: Box of music roll for ha been the guest of Mr. f!nyU Doty attended the "wHtch wrty" Wwlne wa here for n few hours Inst Sun- - will go immediately to housekeeping, here declare, nnd hunter corrobor- pinnn, between Lancaster and Danat the home of Ml Lena Bright. ilny. He came over frr his da'iuhter. on Lexington street, bavins purchas- ate their statements. day evening', at the home of Mi ville, about three or four weeks ago. ed the property last week of Mr. and To prove his ship faster than the S. A. Hill, llurgin, Ky. Maude Arnold, at Stanford, given in Miss Kllznbcth Logan, who has been Mr W. T. Wct and Mr. S. Taylor Mrs. Green Clay Walker, recently oc- spending the Christmas Holidays with wild geese, one aviator climbed into fuHcrat of Mr. W. II. hener of her eouain, Mlis Omega attended the cupied by Mr. nnd Mrs. It. T. Peddl-corI hnvo NEW FEED STABLE: Mr nrd Mr. V. D. .Simpson. the sky nnd flew around a great V- of Cincinnati. West, In Hlchtuottd laat Saturday. . i. .1 ........ ,1..: l. Tt... opened n Feed nnd Hitch Stable nt ii rimii-tuiuti; I, j iiik liuilll. I lit They atari out in life together with Mr. ami Mr. Moat i'ellard ent Mr. Cyru Daly gnve n very de .Mrs. Anrm Hubble ami daughter, geese at first held their formation, the Old County Harn opponte Conn tained at their home on the l.oximr lightful dining to h number of rela- the best wishes of the entire com- but when the plane was but a few Brothers shop. Give mo n call. Maltlc .Mnr, nfter (pending the trail-la- y pike, in honor of Mr. John Wo tives New Year's Day. Those pres munity, for a long nnd hnppy life to yards from them they became S. II. Kstcs. pd. nl lledgeville, have returned to ton lev Sutton ami h. T. Sutton, on I'll ent were: Mesdnnu Florence Grant, gether. As the big mnchinc dived Lancaster. FOR SALE: About 250 bushels day night, at a pound party. Ahojl K. P. Ilroun. Dellie Ilroun and Miss nt them several of the geese folded of fine blue grass seed, guaranteed present and an en Amanda Anderwn nnd A. T. Ander Ballard-Davi- s. MIm Cimla Ilolle A lima n has re- thirtv guot their wings nnd dropped like plumper bushel, to germinate. $2.25 turned to her home In Richmond after joyable time "as rpent by each one son, The marriage of Mis Marie Ital mets toward the earth. Several hun sacks to be returned. several day vMt with her ceuain, present. theyl below the airplane dred feet W. M. Cornctt, at Marksbury Mr. C C. Harnett, of Richmond, ia rd, attractive daughter of Mr. and Mta Kmmn Smith. flattened out, but ench time the avia-tf. Mr. U. K. Turley, Jr., of Alliance, was in the city a few days ago and Mrs. John Ilnllnrd of this city, to Dr. tor approached they folded theirl Granary, ljincnster, Ky. Mm. Irvine Plekwen, Mr. Robert- Ohio, the holiday with her par- - made this otTIco n pleasant cnll. He Kdwin Davis, of Morganton, X. C, wings and dropped. FOR RENT: A seven room cotson and Mn. J. D. Will, of Crab ent. Mr. and Mrs. James Klmore in together with Mrs. Harnett expect to comes as quite a surprise tu tho host An aviator dare not dash Into n tage nnd one aero of land on Danville Orchard Springs.ha vc bcn recent Lancaster- - Mr. Jame Collier, of lenve for St. Petersburg, Fla., in n of friends of the bride here. The llock of geese, for collision with them street, known as the Silas Mom prop truest in (.ancaitcr. Mlddleaboro and Mr. Hen Denny of few- - day to remain the balance of the mnrriagc took place Chriftmn day, would wreck his plane. Accidents erty. For further information cnll Morganton, where Miss llallani at are with their grand winter. Little MIm Marjorie Rastin'a many has been teaching in the School for due to collision with birds In air have on J. W. Elmore at Garrard Hank or on friend will be clad to know ho I mother, .Mrs. James liurnduc wrecked nirplanca and in at (east phone Clarence Green, Paint Lick, Mr. and Mr. Wesley 11. Dickerson the Deaf. improving, after a two weeks lllneM North Street Richmond Krgiater. The New Herald, of thnt city, hns two cnics caused the death of tho R. F. D. 2. entertained at a very delightful dinof acute indigeitlon. Mr. Solllc Uom Ijiwaon entertain ing Sunday, nt their home on Maple the followini; to say of the happy pilots. Sure Sign. o'clock dinner Avenue. The color scheme of red marriage; MU Marie Hay entertained at a ed with n beautiful The ofllce cynic declares that when Cyn- "A marriage of much interest wai delightful twelve o'clock dinner at in honor of MIm Chriitine Sander, nnd green was used in the table and your wifi telN you Hint you nro lookher home Tuesday in honor of Mr. the pat week at her home on Stan- dining room decoration, and was car solemnized Christmas day at 3 o'clock ing yoiiiiirer every day It In generally ford avenue. The table hail for its rieil out in the menu. Those partak- at the home of Mr. and Mr. W. A. u sign thnt her birthday In getting and Mr. Iluford Smith. center piece n basket filled with fruit ing of the bounteou repast were: Harbison when Dr. Kdwin 11. DnvU A Missouri newspaper man refus- near. Indnn MIm KIIki Ison of Itryantsvtllc, and rrd (lower. The entire atTnir Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy of Hry- - and Miss Marie Italian! were quietly ed to print a notice of the death of n hM been the guest of Mr. K. I. was marked by the hnppieat spirit of anUvillc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Constitution Couldn't Stand It. J. K. Dicker-so- married. Only the family of the merchant who never advertised on Owaley and her sfctcr, Mm. Will "It Is hwiltliler to be cremated," Kay hospitality. Miss Ijivcrno Dickerson, Master bridegroom, Mr. Hrynn Shlllct, I)r, the ground thnt "people who don't on Maple avenue. Kudolph Dickerson and Little Miss Mncilnnc and Mies Kliznbcth Walton advertise in the home paper never nn Knpllsli physlcliin. Mate no, but Saturday evening Mix Johnctta Ituth and William Dickerson, Jr. and witnessed the ceremony which wa were nllve anil their passing away hns for our part we know we should never MIm Alice Sutton came home '.v.lh be the tunic man ngnln. Boston TranParra entertained with n delightful Mis Carrie Keld. performed by Hcv. C. M. Pickens. no value." MIm Emily Burn from school km script. grnnd-pn- r dance at the home of her Leaving immediately afterward, the If the Republicnn nominate Gen. TuesJny and attended the Chrlstmna onU, Mr. and Mr. Joe Hurnside, on Delightful Entertainment. hnppy couple were driven to Hickory l.oonord R., for President, the Demotree at Hubble Christmas cvo. Painters' Good Memories. Kichmoud nvenue. The home wa Miss Porter Hudson, the popular by Mr. Shillct, where they took the crats can ascertain whether there is Some painters hove had wonderful Mnter Char 1m Hastin hu returneil decormtml with Christmas emblem duughterof Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hud train for Charlotte to spend several nny virtue in knocking; on Wood. memories'. (Sustnvo Dorc painted porttame after upending the holiday ami delicious refreshment were erv- day. It has been disclosed that Gov. traits from memory. Abercromble hI. being son, entertained at the Gllrher Hotel, Miwi Harm's reputation as with hi aunt and uncle, Mr. and Miss Ilallard has been for two Kdwin P. Morrow's middle name is saw n copy of one of Rubens' muster-piece- s Saturday evening with a dinner- done o nccurately frttm memory Mr. Charles Dohiwiii, of Nkholaa-vllle- . a moat charming- hostess Is well dance. After a six course dinner the n member of the faculty at th "Porch". From the way he mounted examination known. it required y School for the Deaf, nnd i one Jns. D. 11., we'll say he is some thntdistinguish thecareful party went to witness "Fuss and orlglnnl. to popular both nt the school Theatre, and Mrw. KHaabeth Hughes, Mr. Bd Mrs. J, K. Stormos entertaiiusl six Feathers" at Stout' and In town. She is bright and Huuhe. Mr. ami Mrs, Hon llugii friend at an informal dinner party then returned to the hotel and finiih-eBelief It Everything. an altogether charming the evening with dancing. Those were oalle-- to Stanford TutMtlay by Tuvaiday at her home on lEichmond Ixik nt history nnd it becomes but ycung woiiiin. the aWtlofil IIIiiom of Mr. J. W. avenue. A delicious, four course who enjoyed the nlfalr were: Missc There will be n meeting of the tho thoughts of men come to fact. All Dr. Davis has juat recently gone are the Aty. menu was aerveil in approved style. Dorothy Mohan, Joy Taylor, Dorothy into business in Morganton. stockholders of the Gnrrard Hank fnct. nil event, nil history mind of one of of thoughts In tli The t able bad for Ita center piece a Held. Margaret Wells, Madge Isaacs, the owners of Davis Drug Co., and Trust Company, nt it offices, on realization not n question whether or Word hi been received hero of and men. it U pretty vnse tilled with red llowers. As Margaret Cook, und Kllzabeth Fox; his prospects for a tfctt sudden death of Mr. Sam Fox, successful career Tuesday January Hlth, at two not faith nffects matters, but the quci-- . I alwayo the case with si'iiir at that Messrs Donald Itoyce, of Cleveland, are exceptionally bright. He is n na o'clock, for the purpoie of electing Hon W whether In the tnng run nnr of I'eoria, Illinois. She wn the delightful home, the dinner was per Ohio; Klchanl Tnskor Lowndes, III., tive of Morjrnnton, thing elc nffeel tlichi. As tllo met, the ron of Mr. nnd oiricers for the, ensuing' year. of Mr. Klliabcth Joseph, Now Haven Conn., Charles Cecil, of feet in all ita appointments. J. W. ELMORE. Cashier believe, o the world Ik. Kirlinnxa. Mm. IS. F. Davis, and holds the ci It. titfa city. f III., Madison Hell. Joe Cress, Kd Yeager, Dr. ttern mid admiration of nil who know Mis Katie Ilarne Dickerson en Diddle, Allen Carter Mr. A. 11. Mtlby, who hold n good tertained with a lovely dinner arty Milton Klliott. Sam Winterncr, of him." position in Springfield. Ohio, joined Friday evening at her home on Maple Cleveland, Ohio. The party was UU wife, win Ik the guust af par-onnvenue. The house win attractive chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Hunks MICKIE SAYS Mr. and Mm. Reynold. They Itichard Tasker will return to Springfield Oim week. with decorations in poinsettus and Hudson nnd Mrs. fern. The color scheme of red and I.owndo. of New Haven, Conn. NUNCXOK-- t COW N Mtat VOTU "l 6ig Mr. and Danville Advocate. Banks Hudson and green was throughout Mr. Jesso P. tawrence of Chicago, ha been tho recent visitor of home folk here. Montgomery-Moor- e. new officials Republicans Wc ire still in business customers during the year 1920. Hunt us up, we'll on prices. surprise Prospcrlous Year J. R. MOUNT & CO. Q lat Itt, Gossip About People vNe t AIRPLANES FASTER Than Wild Geese or Pigeons. pig-ion- Olds-mob- ile Jt lt-p- Thmpn j panic-stricke- n. ure H-- Jim Allen In thiana Democrat. Tlt-Illt- Die-kro- n, jers uxeap-tionall- Porch-climbe- r. d d Notice. hr Mr. family have taken room at the (I lienor Hotel, until they ran get Into their new houic they are building on Lexington avenue. Danville New Year Greetings. ij used the six Ml menu. course Dickerson' guents numbered about twenty four Three escheated estate of torie, who enjoyed the evening, it being two from Fayette and one from Jef one of the moat beautiful society ferson county, formed the first thian events of the week. cinl support of Transylvania College back in 178S, when I wa Transyl vania Seminary. Washington, Annyi llurr, General I ji Fayette ami John Jacob Astor, 1st, were among the first who ave to its endowmeut. IT AT HOME Get a bottle of FAIUtIS' II HAL ING UKMKDV. Mako it according to directions. Snvo $I.SU nnd you will find you have made tho butt hsallng remedy known. ndv. W. A. Dickerson. MAKli f OH I Nt GOT vi ouTt' h fact, CftVU MOHl fAMT UV trA. F Nfc ftlN I I HN vmVNT OVER TM" I how oNfc erf tum vjkm . V pooa) nt PWOHtll r W fi 3 '& J 9 VI What I aTrrfi1 vSCyO SSS I ikJFT lrr.flJi ii m v I Sm Wedding Invitations more rentlmeatAi than a woaiUInc Invitation? Crtuljl- - it u tux mm iiiMttiutlcal pru-litIw lr.l5U.l aruuiiil tu Uu . t Uddsr. Chnatai ttM.ry la ilUa.pailnUR. worst I wurflf' within iur rvttuh- - jml Imvu u,rr auuipiM r every vecx-slu- o awl every punM. 2S 2Zv' 1000 Pairs of All Wool jSyrx 1SHV1 1 i f if I '. hr ot II mm t f I I I New Army Socks 75c value, only 35cts per pair or 3 pair$l. MfjJ. tnimvera and Jbitloncni Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. h the high cost of girl that I soaring. New York have figured that the statistician nverugu yearly cost of clothing one of the future mothers of man it (17(1.50. And, with these figures taring them in the face, mother may bo pardoned If they place them early in on tho bargain counter I life. And now it LOU IK VILLK 2Z sJill Complete line of Samples at 1 jJ 1, ii The Central Record Office. ilium The Csntrai Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 8, 1 920 Sheriffs Sale FOR DELINQUENT Taxe I, A. K. WALKER, Sheriff of Curwill on MONDAY, JANUARY 'JCth. lOiO Underwood, Dave, H aero 8.20 Woolwine, Mike, 60 acres... 13.20 DISTRICT NO. 4 COLORED 0.2 Arnold, Geo. 32 ncres, 5.98 Bronddus, Miller, 10 acres Cnmpbcll, Mnrtha, 1 acre 2.74 (1.2 Duncan, Hud, 41 H ncres Hunt, Jim, 4 acres, 5.04 20.7 Hunt, Dock, CO ncres Kennedy, IMd, 3 ncres, 5.2 Kennedy, Amcrlcn, )i acres.. 2.71 10.(1 lackey, Clell, 7 ncres, Lcnvcll, Jonnh, ncre...... 6.2 8.03 I.eavell. Bronddus, 4 ncres Mitchell. Herbert, 1 ncre 6.1 Wallace, George, 1 ncre, . 5.27 .. .... .. rant County, A. K. WALKER, Sheriff of Garrard County same being County Court Diy, offer for sale nt the Court House door, nt Lancaster, Kentucky, the following real property, returned delinquent, aamc being the amount due for State, County nnd School Taxes, for the year 1910. Snid wile to begin nt ONE O'CLOCK, Standard time. The names of those paying before that time will be stricken from the list. LANCASTER. NO. 1. WHITE. Acton, Smith, n. r. 2 ncres ..$11.49 17.00 Northcott. H. H. nr. Lot Smith. Mrs. U W. 21 acres... 5.17 Anderson, Pcto, Animated Olllboardt. )iniMmni, on wnirii figure made to more by elect rle motors, been patented. are hart Showcase and Weighing Machine. Chiefly for rcMnuinnt uo Is a re cently Invented combined phoneme ml weighing machine. Had Wooden Legs. .UtltUlnl arms nnd less were. It Is believed, mod In Egypt a early ns ui II. ('. They were made prleati. who were me pnricmu nnil furgeons of thine days In the land of the Nile. No one shall take I III ibi . NO. 1, 1 COLORED. acre Earliest Mention of Coat. Rumsides, Nannie hrs, lot Thi" earliest mention of ronl In the 3.90 Hurnsldcs, Mary, lot. territory now comprint In the United 5.98 State Is Burdott. Bright. 2 acres recorded In Journal of . 4.9 i"ntlior Hennepin, who the 1071 refers Burdett, Jnmes, .1 acres . In Mary Jane hrs, 1 ncre 2.00 to the site of n "cole" mine on Illinois Denny, 5.57 river, near the present city of Ottnwn. Dunn, Jake, Jr. lot 13.99 Faulkner, Louis, lot Up to Him. 10.98 Faulkner. William. 4 acres A yellow sheet tells of n stylishly-dtve- d 3.9 Grant, Mnttie. lot woman being found wniider 6.83 Herrinir. Annie. 5 acres . Ing In tin wood, the recount ending: 2.71 Kavanaugh. Mnttie, lot "She wus unable to give n lurid ne- 3.90 count of herelf." Hut Isn't It the Kennedy. Janie. hrs. lot 7.21 yellow reporter's Job to supply that? Loavetl. Anderson 3 acres 9. 15 Lewis. Steve, hrs, C acres 3.35 Mullins, Henry, lot Lilies of the Field. Murray. Mildred Royston lot. 2.00 The lilies of tin- - field." Mt often . 3.3 iimt'oned In tbo Bible, nre thought to McDonnld, Lclia, lot 3.90 t the rM nnd purple, particularly the Newland. Sarah, hrs, lot 23.40 rvl i.nrmonr with hlnck centers. Owens. Chnrlie, lot 4 4'j These anemones grow nmung the thorn Salter. Mattie, lot which . 5.C5 hedges of the Knt,among accounts for Lewis, George hrs, lot, the saying "lilies thorns." 5.9 Williams, Herbert, 1 acre,-- .. DISTRICT NO. 2. WHITE. Hindu Children Mechanics. 11.13 Alfred, Jesse, 18 acres Hindu children nro remarkable for 41.17 L. hrs. 53 acres Burk. S. Mnny of them are 0.98 thflr ireciclty. Farley, Tom, 1 ncre "kllful n nge when the 23.10 children workmen at Grow. Earl. 55 acres of other nations nre learning 102.25 tho nlphiihet. A Iwiy of seven may ba Parks, W. C. 74 acres, 5.71 i Preston, John T. ?4 ncre wood carver, while some of Sherrow, William, 2 acres. -- . 9.05 tin liati(1omet rugs nre woven by 4.15 "lilb'ren not yet In their teens. Slade, C. H. 45 ncre 10.93 Stoics. Wm, hrs, 25 acres Uland, William, lot nurnsides, J. R. lot, . 4.90 5.70 7.7 4.6 lthe them fj 7 II t l? Ea Mb r d& Y$ TTl aw I love my pipe and good old Velvet .. 11 counselors when problems vex. Companions of my loneliness and sharers of my happy hours. Their friendliness has made me feel more kindly toward my fellow men. They have made this old world a better place to live in. I love my pipe and good old Velvet; no one shall take them from me. My comforters in adversity, my wise III Curloua Collection of Pens. NO. 2, COLORED. In the prison nt Lyons, France. 7.02 Adams, McKinlcy, I acre, Cochran, Frank and Will 4 n. 1.54 there N a curious collection of pens. They nr the pens with which the 10.C9 Coffey, Colonel, 14 acres Mgneti the regulation re Denny, George, 1 acre 0.85 ceipts for the prisoners handed over 2.10 to them to be guillotined. Dunn, Sandy, hrs, 1 acre, At each Dunn, Nancy, 2 acres, . 9.90 execution a fresh pe.i Is uietl for the Dunn, Francis and sons, 4 a. pjiriiose and the nr Is left to dry .Hamilton, Hume, U acre. 7.15 upon it. Jackson, Amett arid wife.. 11. C9 "Amen Comer. Jones, Hock, 1 acre, 7.C1 The phrase "11 nun corner" Is said Kemper, George, 4 acres 7.48 McMurtry. Obe, 22 H acres.. 27.C9 to have originated In London, where, McMurtry, Tom, M acre 12.19 at the nil of the Paternoster row, Slgar, Ed and Sister, 314 acres 5.39 the monks nt one time finished their recitation Simpson, Geo. 4 acres . 8.30 they went ofIn Uie "Pater Nosier" as priH,edon on Corpus 5 :5 HirlMl day nt St. Sutton, Lee, 1 acre, Paul Cathedral. Taylor, Edd, 12 acres 15.72 They began In I'utemmter row with Taylor, Mary. H aero 1.83 he Lord- praier In Ijitln. rontlnu- Ing It to the end of the street, nnd DISTRICT NO. 3, WHITE. 17. Gi thin raid "nmen" nt the corner of the Adams, Andy, 10 acres, us,, n country the Anderson, Wm. fl acres 7.99 row. ilinme the comer of a Duncan, J. W. 34 acres, 20.82 churt-Mlit-rtthe elderly members hit Ham, J. S. 1 acre 18.09 nnd pronounce the word "amen" at Lambert, J. II. Mrs. 45 acres. 23.39 Intervals. Long, Ott 1 ncre 9.48 May, William, !4 acre 5.1C Naylor, Herbert, nr, 1 acre 2.10 Rogers, Curtis, & acre 4.95 Sebastian, S. S. 9 ncres 32.73 Simpson, Mm. Lucy, I). 3 a... 7.01 Teater, Henry, 110 14 acres.. 57.98 Tudor, L. P. nr, 05 acres 35.10 DISTRICT NO. 3, COLORED. Droaddus. Charlie, 19J acres 13.21 8.00 Denny, William, 3 acres, 3.95 Faulkner, William, 1 ncre ... ... rs . . .... ,s i,u ..... .. t . k WHf Im Vtlnl Jm. 4341 rtiom Aumm; St. LmU. M:, t,thU 1930 IU mill ttnj it FUtC Ihun. Wearren, John, 34 ncres,..- - 7. 70 DISTRICT NO. 4, WHITE. 19.53 Alma, A. C nr.. 227 acres. 1.81 Homes, LIge, 1 ncre Berry, John W. nr, 10 aires . 2.71 3.74 Campbell, Mrs. J. U. 6 acres, 8.10 Camnbcll. J. I. 25 acres 27.20' Edwards, J. E. 0 acre 0 31 Estridgc, Mrs. June, 13 acres 07,07 Hammonds, . II. 127 ncres. 7,54 Hester, John, 1 acre 5.39 Holman, J. S. 15 acres, 4,09 H6lmes, Sum, 10 ncre 5.00 Hopkins, Frank, 25 acres, . . 3 03 Hunt and Owens, 63 ucres, . 2.45 King, Geo, nr, 1 ncre 1.81 Kinnard, Bradley, 1 acre 9.98' Loden, Wm., 2 acres, 5.01 Lear, Joe, 60 acres 7 55 Lakes, Tliad, 20 acres 2.91 Letcher, Dr. nr, 100 ucres 1 33 Miller, Susan, 0 acres 0.83 McGulre. W. F. 50 acres Parker, Mrs. Lucy, 15 acres,., 2,74 20.02 Parker, G. A. 12 acre. Pointer, Mrs. Sallie. 20 acres. 3.97 6.39 Powell, lien, 6 acres 3.03 Row, MbIIsm, 40 acre Singleton, Mrs. J. N. 45 acres, 18.32 13.19 Thompson, S. W. 5 acres, 2.74 Tudor, Harris, hi acre 17.10 Turner, H. S. 15 acres GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. John Scwall Is witlt pneumonia. 111, threatened Messrs Dewey Dailey nnd Bradford Burdette were In Kichmond on business Wedneidny. Mecsrs John nnd Tom Matt Chandler, Harvey Tenter and John Ijind were in tancastcr on business Tuesday. Mrs. Hubert Long and daughter, Miss Francis of Ijincuitor, spent the week end with Mr.' unci Mrs. V. 11. Bay. en Croup Threatens Quick relief of baby's croup often far Kill I a Mriou ntiutloa when tliU dreaded comes la the Ute hours of nlfibt. diio Wlllal )IM tlU GSS1S3 IhlWlllaUUBlkllllnuSV Its t4i. mMMi Win CMf Itimim. frwmM H4$ rtMM4HlS.iiH,lilnlimaiiWlH Wrf II WMh tnrw Iff I HI "f. .! waia. M. I a ckilna M r,i IOcMimUILHm 4nt mm Bm Drug I Miii Thclmn Simpson was a recent visitor to Bercu. Mr. II. M. Kurtx was in Lexington on business Friday. Mr. II. 11. Hall is moving with his family to Kichmond. Miss Sullic Lou Naylor is here with 'Mr, Mid Mrs. John j Mr. James Simpson has entered Bvrea College for the winter term, j .Mrs. Cordelia Davis sold u Hob 'stein belter to Mr. Oscar Hay for 76. Mr, Caskey Tomerlln returned . Saturday after spending the holidays at Elkton. Mrs. Talton May and children .pent Tuesday with Mrs. Harvey Tea, ter and children. Mrs. Harvey Teater and children were guests Sunday of Mrs. Talton Mav nnd children. Mr. and Mrs. John Land are welcoming a little ton, John Bell, who arrived Dec. 3 1st. Messrs Hnrvcy Tenter and Mosle Humphrey were in Kichmond to deliver a load of tobacco Tuesday nnd Wednesday. ilr. and Mrs. Jessu Casey nro pur-enof n tiny daughter, 1 H pounds, born Dec. 30th. Shu has been christened Nettie Overley. n little daughter of Mr. nnd Mr. Lewis Murphy, wns very painfully burned when her clothing caught fire last Monday. Mayme, ts Talton May, Misses Annie and Flora Muy.nd Mr. Hubert May were recent guests of Mrs. Nora May and children at Wllmore. Mrs. thin children. Guile' Pepto-Mangcontains tho very ingredients that Pepto-Manga- n and enrich tho blood, enabling It to supply the entire body with tho aorcly needed vigor, strength nnd Unnatural For Children To II vitality that make happy, romping Sign of and Thin I'aUnest ihltdren. Thin, Wal.ry Blood. For the convenience of tho public la prepared In tablet IVplcMangan Makss Rd Blood. as well ns liquid form. Both possess exactly the same medicinal properPrepared In Liquid and Tablet Farm ties. Both I'oitettai Identical Med When you ailc the druggist for look for tho nnmo Iclnal Qualltitt. "dude's" on tho package. If It is It Is necessary for boys nnd girls to not there It is not (Advertisement.) laugh, romp, play nnd enjoy them selves, for ft is nt that stage of life that the foundation is laid for future health. Prompt attention should bo given to the child who seldom laughs, whose physical condition prevents playing U m, Mi M UUTHKMIMU like the other children, whoso apIK. Mi AT DkCCCIITi, tly..)a. petite is poor, and who tires easily. tr KallS MIM MIL If the lassitude Is due to poor iioiaaox kutur ca. uimw, k. blood, which Is often the case, a simple, safe, and pleasant remedy is within easy reach. dude's Pepto-MangU Just the" tonic for pale, IIASELOEN BIKML Pale Children Need Glide's lU Pepto-Manga- n Pepto-Mniign- Pepto-Manga- i QUICft-NSU- an The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.t Thursday Jan 8, 920 1 COM E 10 WELCH'S AND "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" BARGAINS. Men's and Boy's Heavy Cotton Sweaters $1.48 $1.50 and $2. Slightly soiled kid gloves $1.00 $2.00 White Outing Gowns $1.50 GALVANIZED ROOFING. If you are going to need roofing soon, now is the time to get it. It is almost impossible for us to get roofing but we have succeeded in getting a car. 8 to 12 ft. Lengths. EYE OPENERS. Lenox Soap, Large, oc, Ivory Soap, 7c. P. and G., 9c. Fels Naptha Soap 7c, National Oats 2 for 25 cents. Pure Lard 50 pound Can $15.00. Cement, Per Bag, 85 cents. BETTER HURRY AND GET YOURS. SEED OATS. As usual we are going to be headquar- tors for Seed Oats. Our supply will soon be here and the price will be the lowest you can find. It will pay you to get our' pi'ice before buying elsewhere. HARNESS AND SHOE SHOP. Bring your leather work to us and you will be greatly pleased with the result. We make anything that is made of leather. HOOOII Select a Hoosier ihc Kitchen Cabinet that saves miles of steps DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. Men's and Boys good overcoats, Some as low as $7.00. Just received a full line of Rubber Boots. LADIESLADIES REMENANT COUNTER. Our remenant Counter now offers you excellent bargains at this time. You can not afford to miss such great bargains as we are now offering. 1920 by not getting a HOOSIER. Don't Fail to Make Life Easier During WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." i BEREA, KENTUCKY. IMYANTSVILLE Mit Lottie Hroaddus hat been on tho lick list. Mm Hhoda Wylie has been 1U for several days. Mrs. It. C. Kotc and son spent New Yearn day in Ijncnter. Mr. llogan lUllnrd wai a vUitor in Lexington Monday. several Mr. Sam Hnlcomb ipent day In Cincinnati last week. Mr. Will Hoe has returned from a business trip to Owsley county. Mm. C. II. Itoit! is iiuito ill much Danville on Wednesday. Mr. Kdd Italian) nnd Use the Phone and "Save (he Difference. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Wylie were the pleasant guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Hallard last Sunday. Misses Manila and Lillian Calico were the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Lick, who hns been visitinjr her daughter, Mrs. It. II. Ward, hns returned home. Mesdames William Barnes, J. P. Foley, nnd Mrs. Chnrlic Tuttlc, were Sunday visitors of Mr. und Mrs. Tom Turner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson und sons, Robert HaUon and Uleyn Gordon, of Lancaster, were guests Thursday night of Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mrs. James Yantis and two sons, George and Hcrschcl, returned from Somerset Saturday, where they spent th holidays with relatives. Mr. und Mrs. It. H. Ward and fam ily did not move Jan. 1st, on account of the illness of Mrs. Ward, but will move Just as soon as she is able to their farm nenr Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yuter were guests recently at n delightful dining given by Mr. and Mrs. William Smith at their beautiful country home, on tho Poor Ridge pike, In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Iluford Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John White, Mr. nd .Mrs. Marcus White, and family, are low cosily loented on their farms they bought of Mr. James Hamilton, and known as the "Clay Arnold farm". We heartily welcome such good people into our midst. te the regret of her many friends. Mr. Kncliah Dunn entertained on Saturday uvening with a Stag Dinner. Mr. C. M. Dean ami Miss Margaret pent Friday with Mrn. J. W H'V-an- t. Mm. C. C. Decker was the guest of her sister, Wednesday, Mr. Kin Moss of Ntcholusville. The Farley property was sold to the Hryantavllle Telephone Company for the sum of I'JtlOO. Mlo Mattie ami Myrtle Camp bell have returned homo, after spending icveinl months in Indiana. We regret to lese Mr. Charlie and family who have lived in the community for several years. Mr. Owen Moreland, Misses Amy and Zlllah Dawes were shopping in Hen-ning- KNOCKS OUT PAW . THE FIRST ROUND Comforting relief from pain makes Sloan's the World1 Liniment This famous reliever of rheumatic painful stiffness, soreness, aches, sprains, neuralgic paint, and most other external twinges Out humanity sutlers from, enjo) it great sales became it practically never fails to bring speedy; comforting relief. Always ready for use. it takes little to ttnttmtt uithout rubhna and pro duce results. Gran, refrohintf. At all drug stores. J5c 70c., $1.40. II.. ..I. COY IIUII I.IIIK t '!- family of ville. Miss Itoitwell tnught last year Mr. Itobcrt Carter was In Lnncns-tc- r Stanford spent Tuesday night with in the Marcellus private school. Mr. ami Mrs. King will reside in Danville tin business Saturday. Mr. Alfreil Swope and family. In where he is a popular Tho extreme cold weather is keepMr. and Mrs. Sam Farley and Mis ing folks Indoors at present. Mary Kllen Farley of NIcholasvillc, the Citizens National Hank. Mrs. Amanda Clouse spent Tueswere guests Thursday of Mrs. J. W. Messrs W. K. Davis and J. Hognn Ilryant. o'clock day with Mrs. Andrew Simpson. Halhird gave a charming Mr. Irvine Dailvy spent New Years Itev. George S. Connnt und family diinnor at the home of .Mr. Hallard ami Itev. Strother were the guests Tuesday evening. A delicious six Day with his sister, Mrs. Lucy Whit-take- r. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Han-ki- course menu was served and the color scheme of red and green wns Miss Mattie II. Cobb was the afcurried out. It was a very enjoy- ternoon guest of Mrs. Ida Sanders, Miss Myrtle Kstes and Mr. Jesse able affair. Those partaking of the Saturday. Hlakemaii of Kirksville were mar- hospitality wer; Messrs Kdd Hallard Mr. Wither Fuin and family hnvel ried Monday by Dr. Dawes nt his of Stanford, M. O. Kennedy, II. II. moved to their new home nenr home. llalcomb. Dr. II. C Kose. Collivur Miss Kliia Ison sicnt the week- Dawes, O. M. Moreland. II, C Ituble, Mr. nnd Mrs, V. I Sanders were as the gut-t- t of lur Cecil Heatty, C M. Dean. Hobert end in the guests of her mother, Mrs. Mar-se- e sister, Mrs. W. A. Dickerson, and Hurton and A. It. Swope. Sunday. Mr. Kllen Owsley. Mrs Helle Simpson spent the week Master Jack Williams was acciend with her father, Mr. James dentally- shot last Monday through uf Poor Uldge. the leg while out hunting with n rille, Mr. Kolert Whittnker delivered and is getting along nicely. Ins tobacco nt Lexington Monday at nn nverage of 55 cents. Mrk and Mrs. Charlie Itankin of Crab Orchard have moved to their Mrs. Hukc Preston spent a few- new home nenr Marksbury which days last week with her daughter, Da not allow tho , they have recently purchased. Mrs. Taylor liolton. poisons of undiRCSted lood to accumulate In .Mrs. Lucy Murphy We are oirerlng any ( loth Cont in spent New your bowels, where they Years day with her sou. Mr. Lewis our entire stock at VJ9.7.V Sec. axe absorbed into your I Murphy of Gunn's Chapel. Ileal Itarguins. thorn. system. Induction, conThe Joseph Mercantile Co, stipation, hciCache, twd Mr. and Mrs. Itobcrt Whittnker und blood, and numerous children were the guests of Mr. mid Miss Kliinbeth Ulan mid Mr Hoht ether trouble: r:c bound Mrs. Tommte Dailey reeuntly. !, Millionth of Wilmore, Mesrj 'Ma.ii to I '.lew. systetn cleat, as thous.Mm. i.ovto Aiulrnson Wylie and Louis Hroaddus were Sun and son ands ol outers do, by day guests of Mis Mary Hello Hal O'.Nui! spent Monday und Tuesday I taking nn cv.tMor.al cosi with her mother, Mrs. Andrew Simp- comb. ol the old, reliable, vegetable, family liver mediSuit. Ztlluh Dawes Misses Klisn Imm and cine. Mr. und Mrs. Itobert Yaught nnd attended the Directors meeting of the little daughter, Mao Helle of Lnn- County Nursos Association darrard Thedford's (vnster wore the guests of her mothr, which met iu Lancaster on FYidny Mrs. Hlle Simpson Monday. ' j ufternoon. II.. tlUBTClTII II IIIIII I ... I L.-- .. book-keep- n. Lit-tri- Walker llrynnt last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jennings and v "hlreri weic guests of her parent, .Mr. mid Mrr. F. P. Hrynnt last Sun day. Wc nrc clad to know that Mrs. Klmcr Woohvine who has been ll with tuberculosis of the bone is abb to be out again. Itev. F. P. Hrynnt tilled his regular appointment at the White Lick Hap-tichurch Saturday and Sunday this bctng his last sermon on the work this year. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D . Carter rtTid daughter, Myrtle, and Mr. nnd .Mrs. Felix Pennington and children were the pteniantiguests of Mr. Mid Mrs. C. S, Hoop Sunday. st Keep Well GUY. quite Mrs. II. H. Ward who has been 111, is better at this time. Mrs. William Walker was with her .Mrs. friend Mr. Henry Yuter Thursday. Wed J. - Yantis was n visitor nesday of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Sut ton. Not What He Was After. Miss Lidn Hroaddus was n visitor "Out anything wn milng In jour r. Saturday of Misses Maud and Fannie otd many "You bet your life. Smith. Ten ton uf eiial." eel-U- Mr. ami Mrs. Merida. Mts Sunday with Misses Ollie and Fannie Htnry Tuttte spont Culunicr In a Book Store. Hate you n book of yno-n)H- Master J. W. Hurton entertained! Tuesday afterIns young friends-onoon with a Xmns party at the home, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. 1. . Hurton. Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Ruble and' son, Chenuult, nro moving to their recently purchased home, on the Lex ington pike where Mr. Will Class Sr , formerly lived. Mr. and Black-Draug- ht ' Mrs. W. F. Pickle, ol Rising Pawn, Ga., writes: "Wc have used Thed- a Mr. Noah Marseo Jr. tertained u number of 'their friends Sunday: those present were Mr. and' Mr. Sam Duncan of Huehu Vista, Dean of und Mr. and Mrs. Hriney Hourne, News lamily medicine. My mother-in-lacould not take calomel as It teemed too strnni; lor her, to she used mild laxative and liver regulator . . . We use it In the lacily and believe II Is the best medicine for the liver made." Try It. Insist on the Genuine Thedford's. 25c a pack-2- e. w s;i 11-- 75 ford's Mac!;-Draug- ht as friends Is of Interest to Hryantsville the marriage of Mil Pearl Mary nnd Christine Poynter r visitor Wednesday of Mrs. Howard Harvey. Tho friends of Mrs. J. L. YunUs CAItlERSVILLE. Will regret to hear that she is hulls- Mrs. Klliabcth Calico has been ill. posod with u broken rib. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nathan Simpson und Ksteliu Mfsies Minnie DavM spent Friday night with Mrs, moved Saturday to the farm of Mrs. C. It. Henry near Kirksville. .Susie Kenfro. Mr. und Mrs. Tom Turner und Mr. and Mrs. Halhird , were the I week end guests of her parents, Mr. family have moved to their form they purchased of Mr. Steve Hill. nnd Mrs. D. - Hubbard. Mr. nnd Mrs. MHey Henzley urc Mr. and Mrs. 2ack Hester spent g on tho farm they Sunduy night with her uncle, Mr. nnd new recently purchased of Mr. William Mrs. Hyniim Davis. I Miss Minnie Kenfro of Indiannp-jolls- , Sutton. Mrs. Wallace Jones, of Uerea, has Ind., was the guest of Miss Ks returned home after a'vislt of sever- teliu Davis last oniurtiay. Mr. and Mrs. Zuck Hester nnd Mr. al days with her sister, Mrs. William und Mrs. Kdd Hester made a business Sutton. Mrs. Millard Ledforu of Faint trip to Richmond last Friday. ' I-house-keepin- ttreen Clerk I'll see, madiima (To detwitment heud:) Do wo carry Ml. SjNiuijmV works? Mystery Solved. Mrs. A: "Ytiu Niy yon kept u cool! ft u whole month. How In the world did you HMimce Itt" Mrs. II: "Wo wor cruising on a houseboat and she couldn't kwlm. Apostle Spoons. Apostle, snoons. ulso railed "cnmxlti spoons." wcro gilt spoons given by the iixmsors or "gonitis" In a child nt Its christening. They were so culled be came eacn spoon had n figure of an aimiilo on tho handle. Wenlthy people gave tho wholo twelro Apostles; lltofcf of less means nnd gave the four Kvungellsts; whllo poorer icron had to he contented with one. being generally the flguru of tho loiyir n or or the child's patron salat. ront-rnslt- The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Jan 8, 1 920 . . Lad J'. T. t, ""-' isa--- Mg:M-i'Trfci- : ' ;- - MKirsssssi rJTLvv ay.--- ' sli"g?""?1 'I tliK1H;?.ttHlTtrs;vMKslvxVllll Garrard Tobacco Warehouse We are Having Large Sales Every Day and all Sellers are pleased with the Prices they are getting. GOOD TOBACCO AS HIGH AS EVER. Inferior Grades a Little Off All our buyers are on the brakes this week and are bidding eagerly. Bring on your Tobacco, we can take care of you promptly. See reader for some high averages Bring Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sells I Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Company L. G. Davidson, President. CANCER the possibility of cancer. 12. Radium is a useful agent for treating some kinds of cancer, if the surgeon is skilled in its use and enough of the very expensive substance is available, but it is not a No medicine will cure can cure-al- l. cer. Doctors and institutes which advertise "cure without the knife' play upon the patient's fear of opera tion In a way that leads too often to the loss of precious time and henco fatal delay in obtaining proper treatment. 13. The common bclicf'that cancer Is a hopeless malady is due to the fact that patients cured by surgery prefer to conceal the fact. 14. The American Society for the Control of Cancer solicits support from every one interested in fighting this disease, nnd publishes much free literature on cancer from its head quarters, 25 West Forty-fiftstreet, New York City. h Incorporated W. R. McCray, Manager. Rev. L. N. Howling filled his regu- John R. Scott, Auctioneer. Some Song Bird. "Hue says her bow funny Ming Is a cream." "It Is, the way she sines It." Fourteen Points Concerning Dreaded Disease To Warn People. The American Society for the Con trol of Cancer publishes for the ben' fourteen cfH of the public theie points about cancer. 1. The United States lost 80,000 soldiers in the Great War. In the same period 180,000 people died of cancer in the United States. Cancer is the cause of death in one out of every ten persons over 40 years of nxc. 2. Cancer Is curable if recognized and properly treated in its early stages. 3. Cancer begins as a small local growth which may be removed by the surgeon or, In certain external forms, by radium, y or other methods. 1. Cancer Is not a constitutional PAINT LICK or blood disease, so there is no stigma of any kind lUnchcd to it. Little Uaby N'enl Ledford Is very Cancer is not communicable, K. ill. iind it is impossible to "catch" iu 0. Cancer is not inherited, so one The school opened Monduy morn is not specinlly susceptible if it hap- ing after a two weeks vacation. pens to have occurred in the family. Mr. Jim Metcalf of Stanford, wns 7. The beginning of cancer is here early in the week surveying. usually pninless, which too . often it-(.Mr. S. M. Denny left Monday for to delay in consulting a physiNew Orleans to spend the winter. cian. Kvery persisting lump In the 8. Miss Susie Itoblnson and Mr. Fred breast Is at leiwl a fair warning tc. tho Shockley were married last Tuesday. individual to consult a good h)fcirl.w Dr. and Mrs. II. J. Patrick enter immediately. on bleeding tained Mr. Sam Denny at dinner Unusual discharge or 0. Monday. unusual for the individual should Mr. Kthclbert Wanl has returevd cause a woman to consult a doctor. from Harlan after spending the holi The change of life is not accompan ied by unusual or excessive bleeding days there. Mr. K. K. Kstridge bought of Mrs. or discharge In a healthy woman adjoin-in- g The return of (lowing after it has A. H. Kstridge her vscant lot the bank. always call for a once stopped should the Mrs. C S. Hills entertained careful examination by the physician, 10. A soru about the mouth, lips Missionary Society Wednesday at an or tongue, that does not heal within all day service. Mrs. M. K. Ross entertained at din a few weeks, Is a danger signal, Treating such sores with pastes, ner Sunday in honor of Mr. Kit hard caustics and the like is playing with Koss and others. fire. Moles, warts, birthmarks, and Miss Hester Patrick is suffering other blemishes which change in ap- very much with u bone felon, being pearance or begin to grow warrant unable to attend school Monday. the suspicion of cancer and call for Mr. Ilurdette Ramsey and family competent medical advice. Indigestion devel- and Mr. O. II. Hendren and family 11. Persistent have taken rooms In Parks fiats. oping In middle life, with low of Mrs. O. L. Hammack entertained weight and change of color, or with diarrhea, calls for at dinner Sunday in honor of her puin, vomiting or thorough medical examination as 10 brother, Mr. Frank HuUten and bride. lar appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. J. 1). Wynn and beautiful children and Miss Fannie Dowden, were guests Saturday of Mrs. B. Roopc. Mr. G. C. Cox bought of Mr. K. K. Estridgc his lot of 1 1 acres opposite the High School building for $400. per acre. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Shepherd and Mr. nnd Mrs. Noble Led ford were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Keant near Richmond. Mr. Jim Harve Ilnlston who has been at home for the holidays returned to Virginia Saturda) where he is employed as salesman. Mrs. A. G. Hotncr nnd son Harold have returned home after spending several days with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I). Iiurchell. Miss Klizabcth Beailey has return ed to Danville wher she is attending school after having spent the holidays with the homefolks. Mr. Felix Pennington will move to the place vacated by Mr. Wils Rog ers, Mr. wniie unoiiuft win move wheru Mr. Pennington lived. We are olfering any Cloth Coat in our entire stock at 129.7ft. aeo them. Real Bargain. The Joseph Mercantile Co. The Paint Lick Gurage has chang ed hands, Messrs It. W. Krtridgr and Dennett Roup buying out tho inter est of Messrs White and Riddell. Miss Klimbcth Beat!ey entertain ed at a six o'clock dinner Wednesday the guest being Miss Allie Russell Pish and Messrs Jsmes and John -- Winkle docs evangelistic work thru the mountains. There never was so much moving in Paint Lick before, the following have moved; Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M. Treadway to the old Ruckcr homestead, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson to the property recently purchased of Mr. R. G. Woods; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. !.ogsdon have moved in with Mr. and Mrs. Treadway until his new house is completed. Mr. Henry Conn where Mr. Logsdoa moved from Mr. W. R. Patrick to the rooms vacated by Mr. Conn, Rolwrt Estridge to the rooms vacated by U T. Kirk who moved to Lexington, Mr. W. S. Fish to Lexington: Frank Foley to Richmond; Dr. Montgomery to his new residence, also Mr. ami Mrs. Long to their new house. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn have moved in with Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Wynn who moved to the Best farm recently bought by Mr. A. R. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. John Mctralf moving to the A, B. Wynn farm; R. W. Kstridge to th hou?c vacated by II. U Francis. Atlinile 16.000 Feet Ottp. The average depth of the Atlantic Is estimated at altout 10,000 feet. Give the world the once over -- NEGLECTING GOLD THAT OR 1ISTEN, fellows, COUGH? Why, when Dr. Kmg's New Discovery so promptly checks it natural you doa't want to be snd let that old cold or couch drug on or Hint Dew nltaik duvelop seriously, Not when you rati get such u proved auecessful remedy us Dr. King's New Discovery. Cold, cough, crlw, croup docs not resist lids standard reliever very long. Its n.uiilttr Is ns hleh today as It always has Uen ami It' Uvn growing steadily lu jHipulnrlty for mora than fifty years. iX)c and $10 n buttlo at all druggist. (iUo It a trial. family but He never "cot out nnd saw things". After he Cets settled down, it's too to be 40, mines sono-thinHe may hnvc lot of money, nnd n fine tnlk. Many n man when he gets g. to some r'S into. the world. No man likes The best time to TRAVEL is when you're young and lively right NOW I Every man wants to sec his life. to stand still all Bond Lackey. G. C. Cox of the firm of Cox and Ledford at Mnnsu hu sold his half interest to Mr. Burdettu Ramsey. Mr. Cox then bought out Kstridge II ros at this place. Mrs. Anne Moberlcy, who ha had rooms at Mrs. Vina McWhorter's for the past two years has moved near Round Hill. Miss Nannie Campbell and Mr. Sam Campbell have taken the rooms which she vacated. Mrs. C. A. Vanwlnkle and Inter esting children are spending the week with her sister, Mrs. W. W. West. Mrs. Van Winkle will live in Berea to send her children to school while her husband, Rev, C. A. Van Right NOW your Uncle Sam IscalIing,"Shovcofri" Itcwants men for his Navy. He's inviting you! It's the biggest chance you'll ever get to give the world t)eonce over I count on. You can Join for two years. When you get through you'll Ikj physically und mentally "tuned up" for the rcit of your life. You'll be ready through and through for SUCCESS. There's a Recruiting Ststion right near you. If you don't know where it Is. your Postmaster will be glad to tell you. straight vacation uhlch is more than the average bank president can 30-da- The Navy goes all over tns world sails the Seven Seas-sq- uints at the six continents that'tilm itusnes. You stand to sec more odd sights, wonderful scenery and itrnnje people than you ever dreamed of. Youll work hard while you work. You'll play hard while you Hay. Youll cam and leam. You'll get. in addition to "shore-leave", a Constipated? Here's Relief Not that ofteu harmful, nlwnys violent and tcniKrary help that comes from harxh purgatives, but Iho gratifying, correctlvu regulation uf stubborn bowelH si pronounced In Dr. King's Now IJfo Pills. Tonic In action, thoy promoto fit bile (low, stir up tho laiy, thoroughly Shove off f 'Join the but gently cleanse tho system of waste matter and fermenting foods, and give you keen seat for hard work and healthful recmtloa. All druggist U. S .Navy 35 coat. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan 8, 1920. Window Glass ALL SIZES. a--K THE MOST I Lwsf "V5J Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. REMARKABLE RACE BY HORSE Caitor, Morgan Gelding. Finishes Lonj endurance ConUit With Cltan Speed Record. ma (I'rep4ret wnr-wit- DANGEROUS DISEASE com-nen- HcRoberts BUY A HOME II II B It B C I. IM A T B SOU. A K B NKV Bit IK THE HIGHLANDS OP LOUISIANA cnsli, no further payClimate mild, even nml hrnlthful Trm $0 (Jet nwny from the rigorou ment for three ycura, then balance in five nnnunl payment", winter. Seven ycnni to pny for land. Soil rich, aandy lonm well utlapt-ei- l Writ nt once for further Inforfor nil Maple crops corn, on tit, potatoes, cotton Anil sunr mation rune in nbundaiirr. Splendid S. T. RANDLE CO., (iuoil rontl. schools 502 Fajrvlte Hunk Iluildinf. Price Any size tracts from 40 KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON. ncrcn up only $10 per acre. V KAN I I) I. Ho erran ef lh humn body are eo mpormni In ht alth and Inn- life a the Ildnrr H'h.n tliry alovr up and to Ian; in their dulle. look out' Kind out what th troulilr l(Jv. U'lienevrr you ffri nertotm, reak, illuy surfer from' sleeplesenesa, r hava pains in the vakr up help, Th at our. Your kidneys are slcn to warn ynu that your k I ney are not .rrformtnic their furr. tlons proprlv Thy ara onlr Iislf doinr ihOr work and aro altiwinir lm purltlr tu accumuut and bn convert SCRUBS BEING CLEANED OUT ed Into urle arid- and rttier polon, which are vauiln.- you itlnlr. and will destroy you tinlfi they are driven West Virginia Stockmen Making Vfg. from your aystem orous Effort to Drive Out All Scrub Dulls. ttk ntl Oat some OOt.D It i: DA I. Haarlem Ott Capsulen st once. They, are an old. trM preparation used all ottr the world for rnturlrn.oc T y explain on'r oM.fa.ih-orid- . i Hit fml ned wltk iremtth-- r end ymem-rnsl- n by phel hen,, well known and i la n s In thmr dalty CiOUi M K Ii A U Haarlem Oil CatMitilM ire Imported rilrrt from tho UMirntur l la Holland They are ronw ileal ta take. Mil will either srlra prompt relief er your money will te refundnl. Ask for Ihtwn at any druic store Imt bo ir la ret the oriRlnai imported 'IOU HKlAt. brand Arcepf no subntlttite. In sealed packaites. Tt'ree sties vi-t- u. rrrel III t iho IJnltel Mate tif .srtrulture I twpart-tnrn- t with hreedlns. eniturnlire rnnteM Imrcm of the purest Arntilnn I'JMMhIIc n 'CHutor.- - n MurBnii bred by Ilio mieremfully through quarantine nt Newport Two were .Mnrpin. bred nt the department'" fnrm. Tho ulrrnri of nveren service, "Hob." owned nml rldtlen by Colonel led the field nt the of the mre, but nm taken out the finish, Tlie two Arabto taken. The rnce from I'ort Ittlmn A I len, VI, to Cnmp Ilerciin. Mn , Itirce-Ij- r oter unimproved nwil The pur jmw n to Mlinulatn Interest In the breeding of rntalry mount Hinnicd out the t'ntted Stale, A rniijoritr of the hiir.entered were AruMan, I One wn n critwbreed thnt hnil Mtn oTereti senlri. ami wa the llmt i Htnte depnrtnient f ncrteultun nt II- - Mlihllehury, Vt Mnrctiii huree farm, wnn th only hurne with n rltnti nt tli end nt lln fourth ilny if the cruellnc iintet. "(nator1 wi.n llilrtl place fur i nt the end of Hie rm-let- . Mt lllitlntHllntr the fnrt thnt lie fell In the Minil on n Nil Mt of mad, Injiiml hM iHff. and mud the lnt five mllei In a walk. Thl H'lilrti'tHent If rh Indication of what lm been nmimpllrbiMl by the il(mrt inrnt of ncrleiilturf In I lie rehahltlta-Hoof the Murimn lirivd iliirliie the few srwrn since the work was under- Uult rcnl iN-.- KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. H. F. D. No. 1. hore pan Ne. e (Trade Mnrk Patented) Other Seed i being sold under their name. The genuine improved "Standing Up" Burley Tobacco Seed raised by Caitor, the United State Department B. L. KELLY & SONS, can be procured only from the raiser and Morgan of Agriculture Gelding of Which Recently Made Sueh a Re is not genuine unless put up in packages having a'fac-simil- e markable Record In a Long Die. their signature as shown below which Trade Mark is now tance Race. patented and on file in the U. S. Patent office at Washington. Ian to flril.h ahead of the Morcnn Seed picked from best hl accident were ItuMi'iu lu-- and Any infringements will be prosecuted. lUmla. selected pods. This Tobacco has topped the market for the laj. I. A. Ilifitmi (retired) wn one past 25 years. of the Jtttlm-- . artftic tin reprnen-tatltnf-to- r y e 1 by the United Ktate tJeparl mrnt of AKrtulturr I WeM Virginia hirsel) resurtled n a nilneral prcxlurliis ntnte I on tl.e to liicrciiso betif cattle nml It output of ilnlry prod-urtby eniillaitliiK rcrub bull.., uhlrb lire primary olTeiiiler ncnltiM prollt nble ami profreo.lvo live utoek Within u few- monltiM part of Vlnrlntii where the rnmpnlh'ti l uinut nrtlvo exjwt to round out n cleanup which will ellitiimitp the erub bull and leato the purebreiN ii innnarrhi of nil tliey suney. The rire of Ibifllie fount)'. V. Vn.. I nil ex lHile of wltflt Went Virginia Mockmeti neeomplMi when they so omt the top of the State The live utook acrlriilturiil collece. the nullity nceiit anil ntllcer of the Itiwne roitnly fnrm biirinii have nolldly bnrkel up the cemb Mre ele:iti-up- . "Not n Mnsle mun turneil hi down." In .reinarktil the live toek lellllik' bow the eatniffllpn lo nUt llif wnibH wai eonilucttil. "The flmt of the )oar our bn-a-l nwle m ileelnrntloli of Imle p'iHli'iiee acntnit mtiiIi bulls and work ivh luttin (irompity lu taklnc n thor (UlSli bull reuiUN. Tlilnlnwitlcatlon of ulre anceMry .boniil lluit there were L1X bulU In the eoiinty. .' which UK! were mlxllt cnulei nml .rriib. while l There 21 w,.'tT n'Blstereil were.7 resTsientl Hereford. 'JS ri'Klv tertil Alien, and 13 reclMered Shorthorn'". Fortunately, the army of 10 and wrulm wai imt a fnrnild-nblRrnile n It lixil.nl mi the pner, tiernue U of Ibene Incrndo lre were jetir llngv Furthermore, tht ceiimn liowetl that there were only :tO men whe nctimlly inn tie a pructlcu of keeping a fcrtib bull," lly rorreilMndence and peronnl with funnera the ntnte live Mock n?ent nml the count' ncent wnseil the battle. Thete men tounil the county day nfter day vUlllns the scnib bull ow'iutm, bolillne niM'tliik".. nml Iniluentltil fiirtiient to nfMt In tlx errtib nlns Into the In the nml n the hemp heap. fcrtib bull owner, once they learned the puriii of the nimpiilcn. and once Draw A Cheek fur the money you ov c rind note how much more resgard you. 'et pectfully your creditors reThey like to do business with u mnn who has nn account nt the Girrard Back Trusl Co They know he is dome businena in a busipess like .vay. Itetter open such an account even it your affair are not larce. Thev will grow all right.) The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CapJrol $50,000. Ilook-kccpcr. Surplus $30,000. lure-brii- - A. It. DENNY, President. J. E. STOKMES, VicoPrcst. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cnshicr J. It. IIAiatlS, Individual r. HUGH M Oil LEY, General Dook-Kcepe- Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. con-tnr- t WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. H. Swincbroad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Potey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Dcnjiy, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. lire-Moc- I R.IL ENOSSPCNCEK. C. HARKlS.Vke.Pre. aiAi UNDSCY.Sec'y. P. r Commercial School r.L'Vr.?.LY trCCCRrOKATCO INSTITUTION OP LCAftNINO LOUISVILLE, KENTUCICY 321 CUTKi: - EVTXEr, North cf roatofTico .- -. Complete Courts of Commercial Vocational Traininr;. Student! secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. ' try. of the hwnwu of uiiIhmI Itnluv PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. A COST OF HORSE BLEMISHES SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. Send all Mail Orders to Defecti Cannot Always fie Prevented, but One Dad Spot Will Prove Eiptnilve. A B. L. KELLY & SONS. R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. tho hom' market report from one of "When present, blemlbe take off up to M or Men iHnre from the prlre of Uetem Typical .Jvuive Obstacle to Progrc Improvement. wcrub Bull, an in Live Stock H'Ultic tMilnti Ifrvfrnte miUmmW of the Mime IllemUhe cwH't Mlwa)K ! preveiiteil, t but It I cnh1 huliKi to try to (Item. fur. an enn rvwllly btr men, one Iwit iHit In the nwkeiii of n horo may iean the i(Teriiiii between profit ami om on Mm. Outnlile of preenutloim to pretent Injury tho only wifuftmnl neliit bleminheii li to hreeil only imhih. ion r cm to ounil HihhWIiiu'h ii filt will be Inllbinv curby or ilefortlti. In pitv ui.li of all that run be ibme to MeMkuei, Irtit tlmt l tui nrt unit lit HSUit to ''"J l priHlure only the pro-ten- l)' " W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Olllce Plume 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Plume XI Director and hi1 UimhI one. they appreciated the benWlt wbli-would result If they MihMHuted pure tired lr"i for the moncreU, were chid to duitoHv of their Inferior herd heii I IVtnlUM llcureo Mniwln.' I In- - In er ereiiKiil vnliu of calves Mred by purebnilt over onhen of relitiie were imrtlculnrly oinvlnelnz In .inn . Ine itiiivi-riNMot of the terub bull owuerii were pnniiit In iidmittluu the error of their ruUIni: wnya. The itoime nullity biitik hne alileil the movement to relnrv piNir bull. with jjimmI one. I.wy b.mk in the eoiinty Iih olTerttl to leml ui. tit . xt cent to furmerx for the urMr of ptiriliiiiUK I'lire linsl Klnw a Mib Mitilte fjir tlielr wnilx. STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE elb We nre equipped, with machinery to do nil kinds live-Moc- k AUTOMOBILE iii-- REPAIRING On all mnkes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with a new bnttery or repair your old one. We have installed battery charger and are now ready for bnttery charging. With our Acnytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken pnrt of an automobile, gas engino or fnrniing machinery. At r.ny time, you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or anv other kind of machinery, call us and wo will be glad to come to your rescue either dny or night. No jobs too Inrgo or too small. We also carry a largo stock of auto parts for t ords and other makes of enrs. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives moro mileage than nny other gnsolino on the Market. Wo nlso furnish Free Air nnd are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day nnd Night. Satisfaction guaranteed. ADDITIONAL FEED FOn PIGS HANDLE SHEEP WITH PROFIT Scalded Middling!, With Milk Added, Placed in Shallow Trough la Fine for Pcrkera. Good Drainage, Pasture, Some Shelter and an Interested Attendant Are Important. about tlir- The rwiulrometit of a fann where When the 14 ai Mieep rflH- bw buHdleil wild prollt are ohl they will wnlit to out niort good (lwllHitfe, diHI.T of fiesh pasthiili the milk inn k' I from their kIihIIow A mmmII troiik'li mother. ture. ImimI tlmt will proilui-- clover, t cow lieu, or My iMtaH; n good houhl be 4i'ihI where the miw ket-eel to It. Seuhl ome lubliUlnc, My rrtdnce on Crab Orchard street and known a lh J. II, Dillon wnlur Mlpply. fettti lluit will Mitwp out of Krowltiar inipH and fur tlr nml (Miur In mine milk. Cut Into tHlilwMHiiiful (MtU of place. The houi contain the feetl Hlmtlt vcn roomt, four porches, two sleeping porches, nWi twt or tlireo a h for fnitinit y Vu llttlu pli: rlaiiiKe of wMnre. belter thnt will mollis.'. mer lu Hie troiiKli. Tbeywlll upper and lower hall, bath room, hot and cold water, electric lights and els imilect tho lloek from eld ruins, wind and ntnn. and nn utvimhsnt wlm run the inlor from the tuolnuK", put Kt g&w tbe lU'ok IntwoMcd mid Inlelll-Cvti- t their ni'H'H to tlui fiiil. hip It mill tern on porch. " can. beelu to "it. The house lias every convenience and is practically new. The out. PROPER QUARTERS FOR PIGS SWINE CONSUMED MUCH FEED buildings consist of Garage, Coal and Hen House, wagon and buggy house, Animal Should Be Kept In Ory Pen Devoured More Grain Than Cattle and Fed In Clean Trough Last Year, Being Fed S0.3 Per In fact all necessary outbuilding. Two acre of land, fine garden, good Cent of Corn. Prevent Chilling. wiM'kH - tl)' FOR SALE PRIVATELY e ihii-lio- ft 11 Irtii nn-full- thoulil always bo kept In dry, and fed lu ilcnn clean quarter trousli. They nhould not be allowed to run out In cold rain or allowed to become chilled In any way. How running through tilth and then being tickled will often rauio pi to icear. barn with four stalls and driveway. Possession I'lc given about January 11. SHCNRY A.IMOOREi LANCASTER IKY. more grain than cuttle hut )cur la the United State, ivnt of the cum. btlni; fed W- -l lO.h ter cent of tho oat, 00 kt cent cent of Hie of tho burley, 13U wheat und ht cent of the mill fwl fed tu alt furui culiual. Swine iMiiMiincd Patrick & Conn. lT r HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PkeiM 31. PAINT LICK, KY. 7- New People -- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 8 1920. Crack At. Creation. Hullctin: The high cost of Iving is still the It. C. L. Ilewnrc of the follow who insists hnt hr it n good ni anybody else fou have his number from his own r Nt-.- .- THE w1 1 "i I By VICTOR' REDCLIPPE (Cop-tUb- l, III), Wttl.in t'nl.il .Miti-rim- i At n single glnnce Dale ( took In crltlonllr tlie iirvxiiiiiM-itwo Indie ulm hint Jim Mi Mif train nt the Unit- - station nf Dolton Tln'V HiTC mother Mini I:.iii:IiIit tnle decided nt onre. TIm- - former IimiI ii genial omtrotily fun'. xIHIiMIhs hi tire, contentment with llf. Tin- - hitler wns n lovely girt nf clshteen nml Pule iookiii ni hit nurmnngiy 'win' ihhi then hoped for some ri'M'ii:itii' e I Nile enso for reHntlng tin' privilege nutoniolillt- - at tin1 Hulfomi. exHctcd the nrrtvnl br train nf n favorite college frleml. Hi1 timl nut mine, ntul the elderly lady roede n movement tonnrds Dale it lie nrti) to return to hN cnr. Dale ralnil hi rap nml nnnttcd tier leaure. 'Tardon me." soLe tin elder hidr. "but nn? tliere no regular conveyances for the convenience of travelers)" "There In it motorhus for the morn Ing and evening trnln." explalnul Dale, "but during the ilay Its owner driven n dclhery truck for the Ic.i I stores. rour dcxtlimtlnii In the lint I Id tin vine FOOD REQUIREMENTS OF COW year of great Hut there's nn ocenn Results Given of Stud es of DepartKvsslbilitle. ment of Agrlcultura nnd possibility nml if ipnce between Purdue University. f actuality. t.y Unite! Statis Americans, first in everything. (PruKiredmftit tho Agriculture i Dprt of lave discovered the latest methoil of Itossle Is one of the rhnmplon con, commlttinir suicide. It's wood ni sumers of the universe, ncconllng to cohol booie. results of studies of the I'tilted Stales di'pnrttm-n- t of agriculture nnd I'ltnliio In the light of the ChrUtmns fntnl university In the neighborhood of Por itics. It l some w hnt dnngeroui now ter county, Indlnnn, whore I'ncle Sum to invite your friend to "step up nml kept tab for two years on the food requirement of nbout WW rows thnt name his powon. were pnxluclng mnrket milk for Chi The best way to prevent that pre cago. As cow living expenses have dicteil panic is to keep your money in Increased proportionally to tboe of circulation. Stnrt the good work by the human family, these results are rhootim; another subscription our notable ns an Index tu which the over age dairyman or the owner nf n fam way. ily cow can refer In "doping out" the The cost of food is 92 per cent in menus nnd amounts of feed which his excess of what it wns Ave years ngo, animal or ntilmnls require. The grand average tnnlntennnre nnd but we haven't noticed tiny propor-tionut- e shrinkage in the American production ration for the good grade cow yielding about 7,000 pounds of stomach. noutli. Nineteen twenty Is n i i tt 5 i' imcnnni! JN JN JS town J" "Ve. We were directed to n Ml Annette Kolcom. Do jou know her' "She Is a distant relative of mine, answered Dale with n smile, "and u I ntn driving directly just her home It will be n pleasure to tnke you then1 Our bloated millionaires arc ngnin experiencing the excrutiating pain of ilnnncinol worry. It's time to begin figuring on how to beat the Income tnx. Ill , UIIUUVUUU STREET. DANVILLE, KY. I I The Senate, like the groundhog, Is "I nm Mr. H'lllanl Nrure." sofce the lady nflcr n brief hesitation, "nml evincing signs of crawling out of its with my daughter, Dorothy, expect to hole with regard to the peace trenty. make tny eniinnent home In Dolton. Hut, then, a shadow may drive it Mr clly attorney ha made arrange back aguin. ment for our temporary sfay with MIm Poliom." That hundred million dollars John "I understand," bowed Dale, ami D. gave nwny Christmas morning I Thin then wn understood. Indeed. ut the rate of one plunk for every the lady concernlntr whom the golp person in the United States. Were of the village hail been speculating for you plunked? week pat. .Mrs. Arthur Smith, lender nnd newly rich toady to Clcmencenu Is to be made presi style nml fnhlon, hud told bow the Itruce family, of wealth and high city dent of France ns n rewnrd for hi how. prestige, wan to locnte In the show work in the war. mansion of the town which had lieeti ever, can hardly expect our Knglish vacant for some time tint, ns Dale hud cousins to make him their king, and noticed, was now under complete Mr. Lansing, it appears. Is not gluing renovation. his eyes to the presidency. Mrs. Itruce accepted the proffer of the young man with gracious thanks. Goshl Dame Fashion has been nnd MIm Dorothy found him Interest- handing us another thrill. Women' ing nnd obllglug ns to her casual In skirts, the says, are to be shorter than Dale de iiulrles nlwiut the villain'. ever before. Anil now we know the livered his pasengers nml their be- longlnc nt the homo where W spin- price of neckties will soar. ster half cousin took boarder of the Now get busy on your new Income better class when occasion required. tax. If you hn;o a ycmly income of Tho next day he drove by the place. but caught no night of the winsome-face- n million dollars you can hand over girl who had considerably at- the tidy little sum of $GG3,030.00 to tracted him. Two afternoons later, Uncle Sam. The Old Boy is not a bit however, he met Aide Smith, nnd backward. to Iks bored by that sliallow-mindeA Paris sccress predicts that l'J20 young fop because Algle talked will be ii year of turmoil in America, ubout the newcomers. "Ma nays they are the people who In that, however, we find some con haTe taken the big house," reported solution. She didn't predict that it Aisle. "There's a daughter, and they would be worse than the year thnt tiresome people, the understands. Look hn passed. here, Sllverton, she' pretty, they say, nnd rich. Can't you sort of bring me Yes, we might write columns on up against her? You could make nn the evils of wood alcohol booze. Hut excuse to rltlt your aunt and Til go what's the use? If a toper wants to with you seel" "I don't." answered Dale tartly, "for die that is a quick and effective I wouldn't ttiinK of Intruding myself.' method, and he's sure to receive n "mention" in the press. All the snmo Dale, having n reul for seeing bis aunt, drove up In No longer can we even question front of the Folsom house the day following, ilo heard joyous voices In the godliness of our preachers. Any the rear yard and walked around the man who will give his time for the house. There was his divinity of the miserly pittance they receive is en depot, the peerless Dorothy, Mrs. titled to a double pair of wings and Itruce and his aunt. They were having a special seat in heaven. u jolly time. Uihmi the grass lay a . I...., I.,.. Mil. ..I ... ,1... I I ... I. 1,1. Want to be the moit beautiful Lloyd-Georgd d d ren-Ko- ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED AND ONE OF THE BEST LIGHTED WAREHOUSES If Bossle Is to Yield a Bountiful and Persistent Yield She Must Be Fed Adequately and Well. milk a year Included 2,010 pounds off grain, a well as 3,301 pounds of hay and corn stover, 7,270 pounds of sll- uge, and 720 pounds of straw for bed-- . ding. The average cow required a lit- -' tie less than 1H acres of good pasture to furnish grazing for six months of the year. To keep her In proper condition and to milk and feed her regu-- ' Inrly required 104.5 hours of human labor, ns well ns lu2 hours of horse labor to haul the milk. The atudles In Indiana showed thai the annual overhead charges for Mosaic aggregate $27.11, Inclusive of the Interest, depreciation, nnd tnxes on buildings, cattle, nm! equipment, ni Well ns miscellaneous expenses, such a provision and maintenance of cans, palls, dippers, shovels, forks, scoops. lanterns, and the like, medlclna and veterinary costs, tly sprays, gna cult lues, windmill nml milk wagon repairs, and similar Items. The cost of tuberculin-testinbull service, ex penses, and due are also Included. The tests show that a calf crop of g cow-testin- g IN CENTRAL KEN-TUCK- Y. ON ACCOUNT OF THE COLD AND DRY WEATHER OUR SALES ARE MUCH SMALLER THIS WEEK. Prices are Higher Than Any Time Since Christmas NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO SELL AND AVOID THE RUSH ALL OF OUR BUYERS ARE ON THE MARKET "..."",.' . 1 approximately S7 per cent I usually raised, so that each cow la credited with the production of 0.87 of ou calf, ns well n the providing of &8 tons of manure, which la hauled to the fields at fertilizer. Massed together under one roof, the grain and coarse feed which Ilosslo will eat In one year would 011 a small barn. Generally speaking, high pro duction of milk Is closely associated with a large nnd liealthy cow appetite, nnd the dairyman who closes hi accounting records at the year end with the maximum net return Is the man who provide the greatffrt variety nnd a proper mixture of tho goodie of the tww world for the-- Imvs sle nf Ills herd ncconllng to their In dividual production nnd capacity. FIND COST OF FEED IN OHIO Hundred Pounds of Milk Produced at Rats of 68 Cents When Silage la Furnished. ANXIOUS FOR TOBACCO AND THEY ARE BIDDING FREELY ON ALL GRADES. BE SURE AND BRING YOUR NEXT LOAD OF TOBACCO TO to lift It nnd punted nt the tuik, Folkom tried the experiment nnd her your daily bath in milk and sleep be frail fraiiiu stngiten.il under thu load. tween black sheets, und you will be "Oh, jvu poor, Usill'fJ creatures" as nutty ns the Paris daisy who ad vocatcs this method of boating the iTieu the uprightly Dorothy. with-on- t VII carry II over fu Ihe llrown wrinkles in the race of life. any trouble," but her prosrens In sustaining thu clumsy loud ctiusiil Dale to step forward. "Can't I be of any asuMnnceV he suggest iil. Yes, he could, ami wns, and n minute later he and Dorothy wit." one nt '(tvh linu'Ue of the Uinket, conveying It It cross Join to a dilapidated old cotWOODS & DOUGLAS, Rsal EsUl. tage three blocks distant. "You see." explained Dorothy, "your Dox 16. Smillifiild. Ky. aunt told u of tho dentltutlou and misery of u oor family. There are We have n nice lilt of farms for four little children nnd the mother IM sale, among them the following bar wash111. Mother nnd I brought their ing hotue and pitched In und luumhred gains $100. per acre. It, und we huve quite adopted the fam 108 acres at U6L acres ut $125. pcY ncre. ily, IlIHl . per ncre. "And you nre real imams oi mer 500. ucres nt y i4 uvtva ttt cy!" enlhiiMil Dale xlricerely. $200. per ncre. Mm. Itniee nod 07 norM nt Mrs. Hmlth bad a0. per ncre. 1 ' Dorothy at the washtub. b7 ncrM Bt $Mo. pcr ncre. ulso a witness to the e.M.iH.rutlou of ,tr nm' acrvt "J Dale In the delivery of the lmket. Iw, J; $260. per ncre. ""M mediately her tint went forth thut th 30 acres ut l 18 per ncre. Unices must be nobodies, mid llutt I1C0. per ucre. Dale had ought to protect Id otandlng 240 acre tit $100 per ncre. with more dignity! She should not 100 acres ut encouragu any wxHnl recognition "f 334 acres at $200. per acre. wills-3; ncm ut tho newcomers until she was $1C0. per acre. , tied thut they wero s.,mthlng tnoie than common cluy ! $130, per ncre. 100 acre at -. Of very precious angelic material 220 acres ut ISO. per acre. Dorothy to be, or funded Dale fuuud pcr acre. 130 acres at to, and after the Itruce moved Into $225. per acre. theJr new home nud Mrs. Ktulth 282 acres nt learned thnt they truly repreM'tiied 82 M acres ut ......$100. per acre. $200. per acre. riches and social dlstluctlon, and the 228 H acrea at Algle found that Dale 302 acres at .......$22S. per acre. Sllverton had won the love of tu 180 acres at ....$100, per acre. t harming daughter of a millionaire, 00. per acre. 130 acre at tho baa of ostracism ou the part of 173 acres at 80. per acre. k Jiuntuilnlml loaitfr of Dolton ao . M. H ' ' rMuoii'd. us a lust, f .1..- - " Fenners Wareh'se WHERE YOU WILL GET THE BEST PRICES AND THE BEST OF ACCOMODATIONS HENRY COUNTY Farms For Sale. At the Ohio college It was found thnt of whole milk can be pro duced nt the rate of 03 cent wLvn . ...... . .. I,.... niinKe i" 1111, iiiiu ijuiiit 111 n" 'i 13.1 cent n iuiid. However when I nn nvernge feet. Is fed without silage It cost fl. '.". ti- - produce lt ixitindt of whole milk, unit 22 cents to produce :i Miund of butter. The nmt cnu be 100 tMiund 1 -- FOR YOURSELF AND a little cottonseed meal, or clover tuiy. j soy s or rowpea will make 11 bnl niiced ration, Moldy Mlugo houM nut be fed tu stock at any time. said for beef production. Silage and, TEAM. THANKING YOU FOR PAST PATRONAGE AND TRUSTING WE MAY SEE YOU REAL S&ON WITH THE NEXT LOAD OF TOBACCO, WE ARE, YOUR FRIENDS, 9 ft 'I UAIKT PilJ I to j M-e- ''-- When ten day to two weeka of uge, I I the calf shoeJd have a llttlo grain. The silo stone Is of Hucccsafut dairy funning. one of tho foundutloa Some people, like butter thut I quite salty und houio prefer butter without salt. It U ull u mnttir nf tuste. Kvery fanner who olecem- - closely must be Impressed with tho need ol more dairy cow to economize In food production. -- .......$116. .....$ Fenner s Warehouse FENNER AND PITT, Owntn and Proprietor. Walnut Street, Danville, Kentucky. wife-buntin- g . Dalrymm should weigh each roiv'i milk dully. Peed und labor are tm expensive to siH iid on any but hllth producing animals. Khlpplng whole milk long distances " m ,K ' "' - 1 liJl without souring I a matter requlrlni considerable skill and nn understanding of the nrlaclpltM Involved. W4