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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 15, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920011501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 15, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 12 IP AGES THiimrrniTHAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 15, 1920. ml will pre- TODAY NUMBIIt 41. Cracks At Creation. Ye, "truth li mighty vail." Hut when? Life Is one Ion series of giving and taking, with everybody wanting to take. Wood nlcohol booze, like whiskey, s will go but not until nftcr iu gone. hnve vie-tlm- That's MACK MORGAN HORRIBLE H.GHER THAN ACCIDENT Gets Good Committee A CAT'S BACK." Assignments. Friday Near More-lanThe Way People Last d. TO THE CITIZENS Of Garrard County. As the matter of rebuilding and Improving our ronds is by far the most important question thnt confronts our County, as well ns nil our neighboring counties nt the present time, I, as head of thu Fiscal Court of Gnrrard County had determined Inst yenr thnt I would call n meeting of the citizens and find out what the sentiment of our people was In re. gnrd to supplying the funds for rond improvement. J. I supposo I received nt least a doz en letters from the State Bond De partment the pnst year urging thnt Gnrrard County tnke n vote on the twenty cent road tax, nnd while I fully realized the pressing need of the funds this would make available, still It seemed to me that the tax payers of Garrard County, and more particularly the farmers felt that they were nlready so burdened by the greatly increased nsscssment imposed on real estate by the state tax commission thnt unless every one could realize the need of more money for rouil improvement the twenty cent tax would be voted down, and the County only thrown to the need less expense of holding the election. Therefore I detcrinmed to defer action in the matter until this year. Just at this time an opportunity presents itself which it seems to me we cannot nfford to let pass, and that is the question of securing a Fed cral Highway through our County, provided wc ran supply the funds for the county's part of the work, nnd to this end I wish to ask every tax payer of our county who Is interested in road improvement, to meet with the Fiscal Court in Lancaster on Wed ne.iday, January 21st, 1920, to dis cuss the question as to the mutter of making the money available for the work. It is clear to every thinking person thnt in the very nenr future wo must come to some other mode of road construction than that nt present cm ployed in our county. I am firmly of the opinion that within the next three years the very best mncadam road that can be built unless it has a surface treatment of some kind, will be worn out by the increased automobile and truck traffic in less than a year from the time it is built. As wo ore sure to be forced to permanent construction in the very nenr future any way it would certainly be unwise to let this opportunity pass when the Government is willing to bear one half of the expense of u hard surface road through our county. At the citizens meeting requested, it is desired to have an open discussion of the subject from all standpoints, and find what seems to be the sentiment of our people in regard to making the money available, whether wc take a vote on a bond issue, or the twenty cent road tax, or I would not favor a bond isboth. sue, however, unless it is used for permanent construction, and will further stato that should a bond issue be voted I will nppoint and the Fiscal Court will ratify the appointment of an absolutely non partisan commission composed of the best business men of our County of both parties whose duty It will be to know how every dollar of the money is expended. Hoping that we may have a good attendance nt this meeting, I nm, Your very truly, FOREST STAPP, County Judge Speak Of The Lancaster Tobacco If, m they tell un, the enrth Is as AVERAGES round as n bull, why i it we stumble FABULOUS over no tunny rough pot in life? THIS WEEK. Residents of the large cltic nrc at Market Slrongtr Than Evr. the mercy of the profiteer. Apparently it i n boot for every kick. Every street and alley has been Nineteen twenty stnrts out bravely, how she crowded with wagons loaded down know but only the nil this week nnd the will starrer In at the home stretch. with tobacco growers ore nil happy, and they have Heat It. follows! This Is leap year, a good reason to be, for the market and r.,000 girls are rushing over irom la stronger at the Gurrard Tobacco England on a rampage for husbands. Warehouse than it has been since the season opened the first week in "la there n Hall of Fame in Amer Deremt r. ica!" Inquires an nnxloustne Surel Indications are that It will remain Our office doors are open from H to strong throughout the season, especially with the quality of tobacco that Now who says everybody la pro- Garrard County Is furnishing nt this fiteering? Postmaster K. 1. Brown time. We predicted Inst fall that will still sell you a two cent stamp for Garrard rounty would have the banner market in the state and the avercents. ages that havo been made there durPoliticians are experts at handing ing this nnd the past week, has clenr-l- y out the bunk for the simple reason proven thai vte were right. that the public is Just as expert at Everything is running like a piece swallowing It. of machinery nt the Garrard Tohncco everybody is receiving a At any rate, the Reds do not ap Warehouse, pear to bo tarred with the name brush aquarc deal, courteous treatment is is that as some of our friends at Hashing' given to ull nnd the result every sale made over the brakes here, ton. They are not yellow. makes a pleased grower. Look what has been done in the When cataloguing the frailties of your neighbor, it might be well to last few days. Harris and Woods sold the followremember that he Is probably accnnl Ing you the snme brand of courtesy ing: 11)0 pounds at 75 cents; 105 lbs nt 80 rents; 135 pounds at 92 cents; Mr, llyrd May Jeffle Guldens Ort 175 pounds at 115 cents; pounds man Knobloch Mnguire un recently at 95 cents; 25 pounds at f 1.28; 210 w e pre- wed in Chicago. The parson, pounds at DO cents; 325 pounds at sume, pronounced it in installments. 83 cents; 215 pounds at 01 cents; It takes n smart man to be n public 170 pounds at 00 cents; 140 pounds N'o one of ordin- nt 01 cents; 100 pounds at 02 cents. official these days. Uastin and Reynolds, sold 105 1U ary intelligence could gYind out the daily excuses for inaction without re nt 86 cents; 195 pounds at 91 cents; H5 pounds at 89 cents; 225 pounds at pcatlng. lit! cents; 320 pounds nt 94 cents; "Man I the more intellectual of 210 pounds ut $1.00; 450 poumU nt the sexes, ami his will must prevail," $1.01; 280 pounds at $1.00 .120 IN vociferously proclaimed a curbstone at 75 cents; 305 pounds at 75 rent. orator to a bunch of downtrodden, Farm and Carpenter sold; 245 lbs browbeaten and furtive looking audi at 77 fents; 205 lbs nt 78 cents; 40 lbs at 72 cents; 325 lbs at 90 cents; tor. Ills wife hail Just died. 100 lbs at 92 cents; 400 lbs at 98 son of an eastern college pro The cents; 380 lbs at 89 centa; 240 lbs at fessor went to France, made a hero 94 cent; 350 lbs nt 80 cenU; 405 of himself, was decorated all over, lbs nt 87 cents; 240 lbs nt 70 cents. himself. rame home, made a fool of J. Sam Johnson, sold the following: forced a check, is now In Jail, and 05 lbs at 70 cents; 70 lbs at 90 cenU; decorated in quite a different man 40 lbs at 02 cents; 25 lbs at 98 cents; ner. 00 lbs at $1.00; 25 lbs at $1.00; 250 Sir Douglas Halg says the British pounds at 99 cents. Dunn and Watkins sold the followwon the war; General Pershing Insists the Americana won It, and now ing: l0 lb at 85 centa; 90 lbs at 85 Marshal Foch to the front claiming cents; 140 Iba at 98 cents; 40 lbs at that he biffed the kaiser by the aid 99 cens; 130 Iba at 102; 85 Iba at of divine inspiration. "Me and God 99 centa; 170 lbs at 97 cents; 70 lbs at 77 centa. are great I Sebnstian and Son, sold 200 lbs at Kurope, unnble to pay even the in- 71 cents; 155 Iba at 81 centa; 175 terest on the billions nlready loaned Iba nt 80 centa; 105 lbs at 81) cents; to it, now naively asks that Uncle 215 lbs at 93 cents; 215 lbs at 88 Sam drop another $35,000,000,000,00 cent; 135 lbs nt 09 centa; Alex Layton and Son, sold the folinto iU bankrupt hopper. Figuring It out per capita, your share would be lowing; 270 lbs nt 88 cents; .105 lbs 93 cents; 400 lbs nt 94 cents; 290 approximately $350. Cough up lbs at 94 cents; 15 Iba at 99 cents; A clipping la going therounds to 125 lbs at 85 lbs; 325 lbs at 80 cents; the effect that wealth decreases rath- 255 lbs at 77 centa; 1 15 lbs at 70 er than Increnses human happiness, Arnold and Lewis sold 230 lbs nt and that millionaires who smile are 79 cents; 130 pounds nt 89 cents; rare. Perhaps but we'll swap a 205 lbs nt 75 cents; 85 lbs nt 99 few of our choicest artistic smiles cents; 175 lbs nt 99 cents; 00 lbs nt any day for a million. 99 cents; 280 lbs nt 90 cents; 105 lbs at 92 cents; 125 lbs at 87 cents; 35 FOR RENT: A seven room cot lbs at 98 centa; 125 lbs nt 72 cents; tage and one acre of land on Danville 25 Iba at 00 cents; 210 lbs at 51 street, known ns the Sitas Moss prop- centa; 60 lbs nt 15 cent. erty. For further Information call Josh Sutton sold, 415 Ibi nt 88 on J. W. Elmore at Garrard Hank or cents; 190 lbs ut 93 cents; 185 lbs nt phone Clarence Green, Paint I.lrk, 80 cents; 275 Iba nt 88 cents; 490 II. F. D. 2. Iba ut 79 cents. Donnhue Bros sold the following; THE SWISS BELL RINGERS, 135 lbs ut 90 centa; 170 lbs at 99 folhave played for churches in the cents; 105 lbs ut 99 cents; 80 lbs at lowing cities; M. E. Church, Albany 97 cents; 80 lbs nt 97 cents; 195 lbs N, Y. Christian Church, Pensacola, nt 97 centa; 215 lbs at 90 centa; 120 Fla., Presbyterian church, Uock Iba at 85 centa: 1C0 Iba nt 81 centa; Illinois., First Ilaptist Church, 120 Iba nt 81 cents; 85 lbs nt 88 Heading Pa., centa. Lancaster, Feb. 0th, Auditorium, Joe Pelman sold thu following; GO Ileneflt of Library and Athletic. Iba at 80 cents; 25 Iba nt 90 centa; 05 Iba at 99 centa; 30 lbs nt 84 cents; 40 Iba nt 80 cents; 05 lbs ut 97 centa; Periodically aomo story ia sprung 85 lbs ut 92 cents. Kelley und Lakca sold' the followto the effect that the kaiser la to bo tried, or that ho ia not to face hU ac- ing; 225 lbs at 85 cents; 80 lbs at 98 cusers, or that Holland will not sur cents; 50 lbs at 99 cenU; 70 Iba at 99 centa; 00 lbs ut 87 cents; 225 Iba ut render him to the allies. Then thu story goes out that tho 82 cents; 205 Iba at 83 cent. Parsons and Sons aold the follow-ing:20- 5 lord will not submit to he In Iba at 70 cents; 110 Iba at 70 dignity of a trial, and recently we wen regaled with gossip to tho effect cents; 360 Iba at 89 cenU; 115 lb at Is engaged 06 cents; 230 lb at $1.02; 100 lbs at that tho Imperial 89 cents; 215 lbs at 84 cents. in preparing hU defense. Reed Sebastian, 1335 lbs, average In reality, th old man Is becoming about as big nuisance to the reading $00.61. W. U. Hurton, 2616 Iba, average public aa the peace treaty and the league of nations. $81.90. Market. Train Milt Automobile Drlvan By Carltea Elkln, Who Racalva. Sarloui Injuria,, Whlla Com panlon G.orfa Harnatta, ef MADE lluitonville, Is Instant-I- f KilUd. to -0 Another fntal automobile accident occurred last Friday, about twelve o'clock, near Morclnnd in Lincoln county, when train Number One on the Southern Kailroml, struck the automobile driven by Carlton Klkin, nt the crossing, instantly killing Mr. George Harnett, of lluitonville, a pnssenger In the car nnd seriously injuring Mr. Klkin. Mr. Klkin had stopped his car to let a long freight train pas which was going North, unmindful of the fast approaching passenger on the other track going South, he started half his car nnd was struck when way nrros the track. Mr. Klkin was taken on the train nnd carried to Somerset In un unconscious condition und nt the time was thought to be fntnlly injured. Hut he regained consciousness Saturday morning and has been doing nicely up to this time. It is thought he may be able to return to his home here by Saturday or Sunday of this week. The body of Mr. Harnett was aUo carried to Somerset and returned to Ilustonvillc on another train later. He was n son of Mrs. F. II. Harnett nnd was n model young man. He together with Mr. Klkin had been to Danville where they had some tobacco on the market and were returning to Ilustonvillc when the accident Cnrlton Klkin is a son of Capt. T. and has many friends In the community, all of whom will be glad to learn that he ia rapidly recovering His wife and daughter nnd siiter, Misa Snllie Klkin. went to his bedside Fridny night and have been with him since the accident. Fears were felt at first that his skull was fractured, but proved upon examination later to have been a concussion of tho brain, beside suffering severely fro.n the shock. A. Klkin Garrard county fared well In the committee assignments, our Representative, Hon. Mark Morgnn having been named ns chairman of Agriculture, beside is placed on the follow ing other committees: Cities of Fifth and Sixth class; Education N'o, 1; Forestry; Normal Schools and Public Libraries. All of these are important committees anil we predict that Mr. Mor gan will look nftcr the interests of nil his constituents, when matters of Importance and to their Interest come before the body. WHAT HARRODS-BURG THINKS Of Rev. E. B. Bourland, Who Has Been Callr ed to the Pastorate of the Christian Church Here. The Hurrodsburg Herald has the following to say of the work done by Rev. E. B. Bourland, who has been called by the Christian church nt this place: "Rev. E. B. Bourland, minister of the Hnrrodsburg Christinn Church, has received nn urgent mil from the Lnncnstcr Christian church. The call carries with it an attractive field and a Mattering increase in salary. He is considering the call seriously nnd it more than likely that he will accept the Lancaster work. Mr. Bourland has been in Hnrrodsburg for two years. He took charge of tho locnl Christian church when it had !cen pastorlcss for five months, nnd when the organization consequently was not as good ns usual. Church work has also been more difficult in theso two years than ever before in the history of the church because of the abnormal conditions brought nbout by the World War and the days of reconstruction following the war. Despite these unusual and difficult times Mr. Bourland has done n fine work. In 1918 his church did more in a finnncinl way than ever before. All local expenses were met promptly nnd in full nnd over $4,000 was given to missions and benevolences, more than $7,000 being raised for all purposes. Of this amount $2,000 wns given In response to the Emergency Drive for $1,000,000 which the Disciples made in 1918. The year just closed has been as successful in a financial wny and more so in other ways. Atl local expenses, including $750 for having the pipe organ repaired, have been paid in full. The missionary and benevolent offerings have been larger thnn ever exctpt for tho Emergency Fund of 1918. In November a most successful revival under the leadership of Rev. Clarke nnd Miss White was held, resulting in a total of 71 additions. Just two or three weeks ngo a most successful "Every Member" canvass was made, the result of which was adequate provision for 1920's local expenses and missions. Besides his work ns the minister for his congregation, Mr. Bourland has taken an active interest in all community affairs. He organized a Troop of Boy Scouts and acted as scoutmaster for over n year. He and his Scouts did especially good work in tho last year of the war. He also took an active part In the Liberty Loan drives, in tho work of the Red Cross and tho Y. M. C. A. drives, etc. More recently he was General Chairman of the Better Schools Campaign, which resulted L a 4 to 1 victory for the issue of $150,000 in school bonds. He is ut present County Chairman of h the Survey Council which will make a close survey of religious, social and economic conditions in our county; but if he goes to Lancaster he will huve to turn the chairmanship of this work over to some one else. Personally Mr. Bourland and his charming wifo are very populnr with pcoplo here, and general regret will be felt should they decide to go elsewhere to reside. Inter-Churc- Coming THE SWISS HELL RINGERS. Auditorium, Feb. 0th, Matinee and Night, Benefit of Athletics nnd Union Service. The union service will be held nt the Baptist Church, Sunday night nt 7:15. The preacher of the hour Is Rev. L. L. Pickett, of Wilmore, Ky. He will jrreach un, "Who Is the Hcnst of Seven Heads ami Ten Horns?" Everybody invited to this service. Almost Ready. Messrs Goodloo nnd Walker Brothers arc working night and dny receiving and checking goods for the new firm nnd will be ready In n few days to open up for business. Watch for their big advertisement, possibly In the next issue of the Record. New Auto Rooms. Mr. Roger Aldridgc has just com pleted und has moved into his new quarters on Lexington street, where his hendqunrtcra will be for Oakland and Overland cars, he being the locnl agent for this territory. The rooms urc well adapted for the exhibition of these splendid cars nnd he will be pleased to see his friends at any time. Combination. The Louis- The Courier-Journa- l, wile Times, The Louisville Post nnd The Louisville Herald enn be had now in connection with THE CKN A year's subscrip THAI. RECORD. tion to either of the city dnilies nnd the RKCORD in combination costs Do not delay; the probabili $0.00. tics are that subscription rates will advance soon. See Mount's Add. THE SWISS HELL KINGEKS, Entertainers of Hare Ability. Always plense, Lancaster Feb. 6th, Auditorium. Benefit of Athletics and Library. Back to "Old Garrard". Mr. and Mrs. James L. West, who have been making their homo in Richmond for the past two years, have moved to Garrard and are now happily located on the H. Clay Sut ton farm near town. We are glad to welcome these good people again nmong us nnd trust they will make their stay pcrmnnent. Methodist Church. AH 1 d, Trial Of The Kaiser. ex-w- has-bee- n Methodists of the community are invited to the Sunday School next Sunday at 9:45. Come and bring your children with you and let's make the year 1920 one of the best in the Sunday School. Kev. L. L. Pickett, of Wilmore, Ky. will preach Sunday ut 1 1 o'clock. Sale. His subject will be, "The Knd of the In this Issue of the Record wo arc World; Is It Near!" carrying the advertisement of the Everybody welcome. ' sale of the farm recently purchased by Mr. S. L. Sutton, and known aa Gustineuu nnd Lewis, 1255 lbs, tho Webb Faulkner place on the average $03.09. Gooch pike near Point Leave!!. Wheeler Brother 1480 lbs, average This is a dandy little farm of 77 $73,89. acre and will be divided into four James Clurk 29G0 Iba, average tracts, which will make it very at$01.45. tractive to the prospectivu buyers, Burton and Sunders, 4775 lbs, each tract being admirably located average $07,90, for ideal building sites. Clarence Green, 2400 lbs, average Read the advertisement for details. $59.98. Ford nnd Bolton, 1350 lbs, average $00.30. K. P. (Prescott) Brown, of Stan West und Spillmnn, 1150 lbs, ford, has purchased nn interest in average $62.29. Cornett anil Johnson, 2005 lbs, the old und well established general insurance ngency of I). A. Thomas, average $70.00. Carrier, Sander nnd Penman, and will do business us Thomas and Brawn. Mr. Brown Is a son of the 2115 lbs, average $82.37. Andrew Itoberta, 900 lbs, average well known physician, Dr. E. J. Brown of Stanford, and a nephew of $52.00. Allie Sanders, 395 lbs, average our W. II. (Boge) Brown, and comes highly recommended in every wny. $78.80. Hlggins uml 2240 lbs, They will have their office In the Higginbothnm Building over the newaverage $55.00. Clurkc and Ilurdctte, 3470 lbs, hardware store of Goodloo und Wal ker Bros. average $01.13. Leslie Sebastian, 2915 lbs, averNew age $08.00. Humphrey nnd Shearer, 1380 lbs, One of the handsomest funeral average $00.85, cars we have ever seen has just been date Humphrey, 920 lbs, uvcrage received by Mr, J. A. Bcailey, he $08.80. having driven it from Cincinnati last Ball and Shearer, 3056 lbs, aver- Friday, The car was purchased of age, $85.50. Crone and Breed of that city, has the Kuble and Brlckly, 3080 lb, aver- Rco engine and is tho latest model age $52.30. out. Realizing that the progress of Haseldcn Bros, Burnslde and the times ha almost eliminated the Wearrcn, 2195 Ibe, average $63.50. horse drawn hearse, as practically Huffman Uros, 090 lbs, average every funeral procession one sees $71.07. now is made up almost entirely of Layton and Prather, 2935 lbs, automobiles, we think Mr. Beaaley average $77.00. made a wise decision In the purchase Polly Hurt, 810 lbs, average $66.00 of this handsome car. ' Farm Forms Partnership. Renew Your Subscription. Several hundred notices have been Denny. The remains of Mr. Elizabeth Denny, who died at the homo of her niece, Mrs. Elizabeth Bolnnd, in Lexington last week, were brought to Ijincnster last Friday and buried in thu local cemetery. Mrs, Denny for many long years lived in Luncastcr and is well remembered und loved by u host of relatives and friends. She was the oldest member of a largo and influential family, being the only sister of Mr. A. K. Wnlker of this place. She was the oldest of the family und Mr. Wulker wa the yodngeat. Mr. Denny at the time of her death was In her eighty-sixtyear. h rent out to our delinquent ers and quite a number have subscribrespond- Auto Hearse. ed promptly. The critical situation now confronting tho newspapers, owing to the high cost of material, forces ut to insist that our subscribers come to our rescue, by paying for the paper promptly, or wo will be compelled to discontinue sending it. We nre indeed grateful that so many huve sent in their renewals, and also for the many new subscriber which we have added since the first of the year. Please look at the label on your paper und If it doesn't read "1920" you owe us at least $1.50, which we hope you will remit. FOR SALE. The Sallle E. Sanders farm of 104 acres, all In grass but 10 acres. Two largo new tobacco barns, one field of old Blue grass sod. Best orchard in County. Splendid location for house. This is sand stone land and close to the. "Kelley Farm" where ths high price tobacco is grown, and priced at $175.00 per acre. G. C. Walker., SOW SWEET CLOVER. Dcttcr than red clover, and $8 to per bu. cheaper. Direct from grower. Unhulted, hulled, and special scarified seed; prompt germination. Prices and circulars free. AUo prices on honey. Joka A. Shaakaa, KO. No. 4 Falmouth, Ky. $10 d. N The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Jan 5, 1 1 920 TEATERSVILLE, KY. "cards. M. S Vie ' Boost Your Town. they yearn for the day will fold up your when you recently. Bottle Wagon By CECILLR LANODON HATFIELD DENTIST OHie over The Office S. Phones LANCASTER, (Cojflhl. lilt, W.l.tB Ntsripspsr Ualoa) "I've pit a great scheme'" GarraH Bank, Residence 376. KENTUCKY. homespun Dart Vileitt as he catnip Into the otllre of Alvln Marsh, n young lawsrr of lllrchwood. "Olatl to hear It, Dave." replied Marsh heartily. "Ix'fn liavc It. I iim nliwijs Interested In nnyllilnp concern-In- q J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposito Gilcher Hotel. Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Over National Dank. Residence Phone 3. Office l'hone 27 Office you nnd your affairs." "I know you nrc, Mr. Marsh" mid Pave, "mhI flint Is why I came. Since I nmrrliil r.tlle Dart-lawe have lie-living nt tier old father's little farm, lie l tlll nhle to look nfler the place, nnd 1 have horn clerking nt the general store. Well, It doesn't pay me very imirli. nnd I hnve nn ambition to do better. "And you want me to tit1 you. Pare? I'd lie ptuit to do It. I lmcn't forgotten thnt hut for you those nmd rhter would have cut over two thou, and dollar I curried aliottt me. Yon have nlwnys refueil to let me show my nppre"lntfon of your brave " y 1 serv-let-.- Of course, there nr other sidelights to the Ideal citizen, but the quality of loyalty is one which produces tangible results. There nrc three distinct nttitudes which n person may assume toward the community which houses nnd feeds him to boost, to remain quiescent, or to knock. The booster pushes his town nlonc. the quiescent citizen lulls it to sleep, nnd the knocker helps to put it out of buiincM, Which nrc you? Perhaps you hnve never Riven it n thought. You may not realize yourself which you arc but your neighbors nil know. They have you accurately catalogued according to your deserts. arc a booster, tney admire If you; if you nrc quiescent, they won tier when you will emerge from your slumber: nnd If you arc n knocker, An Ideal rltixcn Is one who sees fade away. some thine good In his town and Iloost the home town, nnd Its citspreads the lod news abroad that izens will booit you. others may benefit therefrom. Knock it, nnd you knock yourself tent and silently infinitely more. FEED IS HIGH Do not waste It. See that your stork get all the food value out of It. We tell you thnt II. A. THOMAS STOCK REMEDY will make your slock show faster gains, nnd on less feed, for it enuc your stork to digest and assimilate all the food. Try it today, W. A. Dickrtson. adv. COY were Andrew Simpson town shopping Friday. Mr.and Mrs. Etldlc 'Simpson nre visiting relatives In Lancaster. In '.Mr. nnd Mrs. Mrs. Amanda Clouse was the guest of Mrs. Josic Mntthcws Thursday. Mr. Orca Whittnkrr was the guest of his brother, Mr. Robert Whittnker Mrs. Taylor Ilolton is spending a Mr. S. U Hoover and family were few days with her mothor, Mrs. llukc recent visitors in Preston. Misses Rosa nnd Jesslo II, Ray Mr, Meldrcn Simpson Is spending were visitant of Mrs. James Sandrra his vacation with his sister, Mrs. Eslatt week, sie Vnught of Lancaster. spent a few Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Ixtcke days with her mother, Mrs. Lee spent the past week with Mr. nnd llrown the patt week. Mrs. James Matthews. A. T. Sanders haa recently purMesdnmcs Essie Vnught nnd Vir- - chased a number of registered sheep ginia 1. Simpson attended the show nnd Poland Cliinn pigs. at Lancaster, .Saturday niht. Miss Minnie Hurehrtt of ' Messrs Abe Ilurton. 8. Underwood and Mr. lwl Krsler of Shcll-yvllland Evcrettc Anderson were in wrro week end visitors of Mistes Wednesday on business. Rosn anil Inez Ray, ' Messrs Walter Fain nnd S. C. Fol-ge- r Mrs. Otta Simpson ami uttractivo were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. little daughter, Junnitn, hnve returnJoe Kay Thursday night nnd Friday. ed from a pleasant visit at LexingMrs. Tom Chestnut accompanMr. nnd Mrs. (. II. Duncan nnd ton. children were (he guests of Mr. nnd ied them home for several dn)-- visit. Mrs. U. (J. Preston of Lancaster for entertained Mrs. Mary Sanders tho week end. the following at dinner Suntlny, Mr. Mnc Helle. the bright little daugh- nnd Mrs. Kdd (I row and little daughter of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Vaught ter, Felda, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dunof Ijinraster is visiting hit grand- can, Mrs. Tom Hicks ami daughter, Hazel Ruth of llrynntsville. mother, Mrs. Helle Simpton. Ijiii-casts except "I don't want nny rew-ngood wtll," nsvrrtetl Pave stanch-ly- . There Jflot thl. I've cot a rliance to tiuy a lmrr nnd wntron tlmt I neetl In my new lnMne. I ean tny for It lndde of two month, Imt lark alxmt .O) of Hie cnh tlmt will l.uy It." rearhed for hl cheek lMk. Tell me nhout jour new venture. Liok. Pave." he Invited. ' Here the lajout." ald Pave: "We lme n irntit ahuiiilatire of cntn", down at the farm, nnd the little Idea Mnirk me of coins Into the cniK I know where n lot Juice litiMneoH. VETERINARIAN. of liotlli") enn he ImihcIU client'. CalU Antwered Promptly Day or I pnMe to try the ffheme of olI. nnd residence Inc to Mitnll nton Night. Phono 317. .tH( 'l'ure Home Made (inipe Jnle'.'" KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, "It look feaMhle." ilwlanil Mili. "ami tlmt .nweet, neat little wife of jour inn he a creat help corklnc the Nittle nnd lfllelliis tlwm." tl het of It." proce.'il-i- l Tlmt Pave. "I ran hay a wncon, the Ixxly of whlclr I liullt like a clnnt liottle. It Fine Cut ha lni'ii to nhertl.e a patent inillctne. I can (mint It over, carry M. my ware In the hollow Inside, and Imioiii my ware wherever I co." w the The following week Marh iHittle WHCtm In nctlou, with Pae a lt driver. Pave vn itftlnc a thrlv. IiiJ huslne, colnc nil over the etwn try, and Mnnli was find thnt he Imd nn honest, worthy fellow on STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. In life. Marsh wa In love, and hi ! GIVE ME A TRIAL. nffeetlon had rec4oil n dili!el hack. (Iladyn ltarelny loveil him in Satisfaction Guaranteed. return, hut a noon n her parent heanl of thHr encasement the door of thrlr liojne were cloeil ncnlnht N. PREWITT Miirh. f.lailj wua practically lmprl. mii In tin- - hou-- f ami Marsh hcnnl that she wns to lu sent nwaj' to a LANCASTER. KY. jour KANE DECLARES I H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. he ss )Irlr nmm J, Great Quantities of Food Seized by Federal y jitte in B'uj Cities J-- REGULATORY F QOD Faint Kentucky TO CHECK OOUaERSi Har.dic. pad by Cooko'a ReWartfrr.o fusal to Reorf-'',i- o Fnlr-FrlBo--H Sr.ys ca TVOICATION .'ft..-- the his coet c? "'Tic; While Attara-- r a:;i!er prices -- r . - - 'inrtcn c Jjirrsi ;SS A H eo to mljce lo lotnr POWER I S NEEDED HOWARD HEINZ ,f .??- ' '"vlfsc rgWTt Dr. Printus Walker ilt ltj rr:r.Fo3! Prico Bjard win thoec . ""' cuaM t'n of i, ptocrcd la 'o--. In Cileeso lr- - ty . ' JiM l r v BBsaau.Mraa tJSrSil'C H. C.'L. Problam, Administrator PALMERj ATTORNEY'S DUTY TO STOP PROFITEERING, SAYS HEINZjl 'Jtm rer wsifcsir Coolra assssssssr Reitor&tes Rofusal o Roturn for Food Honaker Flowers. lnt utl Frpstfciiior Hi Wo Tim 6 to Answer Questions Concctn int; Action in Oihar Cities TTfi itj 'iiiji j nam m Tight i 'itn iBttMkw with .t: jtn.ovtr b le h,- - Uit oltlit. said b it fiju'i-t'of- e faoJ sJctlalttrstar John McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. tUiacrlcc aztlnit tte fceJd etat direct. Tlrorotu nk4r fid .coazcrt, vrhon tr,. iHvir!' .. i fer'the usi.r-- cf tattc cfcndrtn. FrercU B III' f.-- lfci incwtlrn tf tilj eltfv r "' 21 ' r m " hi rsswtc ta laJstfi to rrcrrsBU ijftr njims, is rciTifiiru tjla.-- a Ksce, foiled Mr. Ivans !s s. hell titti nrate:... Wy vwsvavaaj AU'.Hsi be W4.-- iacrAi'AWV; f Btldtlll'll" ; r,, ii m bbbbw 1 Mil ii sbssj:. i .b y m. av 'iu .ssssssak- waBm vimi ii u a v.vTi "i i n.si om. a. ' viT,wi rAJt'T .yHa it to stterBty icatrsL . ' will e V.-- - Coclt, faracrly fooO Iilr-pr!- cffill hitdtettvi by,Jis rtiwrX ' tr J KSS.V VS WT? rt It ' i'fttbit Jt (U)r icat;,'i v rutt itb tte inutnt rriuUtorr C8tir srittsL ef fed Jsj fer to thki CoeW. lb's-t-V!ar- klta mt p.V't'gCt refiua) et L ef pa!ic;:y, tor fer Mr. b Auctioneer prcfltwi. h sa... Dot Hariri! n' Ktcc witii fzir-prit- oslt '.n rd. Tfcat'. t n SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky., R. F. JOHN WHITE D. No. 3 LOUIIVH.Lr.KY. Liberal acaortmaat and lull value paid k CO. XFURS HMea and Ooai Skiaa POST E D tag to all pcrsens not to trespass upoi Tho unafcRHgncd hereby give warn how they should meet at predety eli'lit o'clock In the evening. He wa to drive hi automobile to tho lane at ti rear of the ItarWayihoino. (Iab iiiado her ilcpurtHru from th moHit-n- t hulls.' nt nn uuspleiou al rt ndied the rear cnte. No auto wa In su'lt, and hack at Hh Ihjiih' she heanl !,. exiii..l voice itt her laothor call-U- i .i her hiislmiHl that the Mril had ri'latlve. Marli mannccl to cet n letter to Itoth liladju. nnd he had replied. were fervent In tli!r determlHathw to vtil, ami elopement yeemil the only way out. To a minute Marsh arratwl rtnru oe barrh Isrt i: .: !I lltbonrti he rr.. i .' e hvier Ns'ifttt would not Lr Uorltfe Uya tLp-- r r!w ur ' Jl I r!n 1 - . ptcaitrricg. w Tin distrkt tltarSnr tiUS (tit tic Lvff feac'.eUitret ity Uj'.fr'er to t "M3W''"'. ' V rtttrratra sur lands fur uuy purpose whatovei la wu will prosecute all offenders ti the fullest 'extent of tho law. Hunt era and fishermen especially take notice. It. L. Elkin Sir Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hachley, Mrs. Emma Iligginbothani, , Edd an N. 1. Price. 8. C. Rlgsby. D. M. Anderson. It. L. Barker sprancto tlie driver seat, and the 11. L. Kellcy. of hr father, frantically C. Kigsby. J. lug If Pave had sem uuylhlnc of hi Mis. Victoria Anderson, ilaachter. The latter cmc a dlnsent. Thompson, and Trucy rdy. drove m.. mid (llnily a Muh of relief. "l'or aierrj-- maka!" eJaeHlati! Davit nr-rlv- i,lml reHllseil that n vlcorou wtxiM transpire. In disHratlori stie rnn to whereaau alley Intereetl the lane. A she turned Into It she hIiihii) down. There loolHiil up th hot-ti- e wasii driven by Pave Wolctttt. looiiuHitarlly nhsent dolivcriHC sHBe of hlii sihmI nt the rear of ii resilience the nest frontline niady imve up alt for last n U' heanl the sliimts of ber father eelnttac In the lane she liad Jat left. The roatwl rear ilmir In the Nmle wntn a a 1'isti. (ilady kpraui; to the step, shrank hack amid the ohcu'rtty of n sjiace nHi"l with hollies niid erule. anil avvHlti! itavehiniiiuts. Tkej' came In the appearance of Pave, who fdaiamisl the iiwir shut and pur-Milt "wn. txJ i a vr'mm Mr'SS'f ' 'WiiHwm'' J, .J rrorttoUs ltii fstr puc. Mr lleiaz eirrestetl Mr. Cwie mty ) t It r sune thtt tardto. Cooke, la a talk orr tie i re ni.e att olitt raid be a Lis (t'termtaatiaa aot ta ct frern 't VJ ' 5 duties as food sdoiieU. " &f!ty W- - U Ovrc. furs GV n I v.r .rallAe :,v; m strt. toed we-- 't l.'t- - v r. e k. r !.at Wiktj Xis. r fj.i of OoW, Yalo m Mis.i a!nuise r Li aae tb pi!, at naa i siisi ill Profa-no- r im izranjj mi i Savs I rlaerr. ft tar eal ijei tar fajauj. ecawfb t auifa; km ffej il we e.Jtj bear 7 Tl 1'ceai AbT cecsor. vxn still ho!4s taetlier and ws can half- sole our slvw. And you csan still buy a big generous tin cf the joUest old pipe tobacco thct ovar come down the pika, vit.out nrjortjpiging tha old homaatoad. Hooray! Good oJvKjahioky is still growing Velvofs onost fmnt leaf. We'ro atiti agnHog Volvat in tne wood. Velvet's pffc r --nooth and maljow and miJd- - a It evsr wae. The qrtliv. . ?nd tho quantity's thora jtiat th aama. u I I'airtr tbenrt Jlelloo (mI kal ? I fir Mf i nits-- I "t b troabh aaly s t t ; aJUrl lu i iUu raekr sn"l . trjun-- oh, rntcblHK hl htmta two mlliw M tant nad openhms: hp hi iim r wnreti. ha foetal itae arlmtisl Mladys. e lawrw her and Mxuelhtna f bur aHa Maraa. Th root Otaalya Mrs M W tskra' if tiMe rofiS a w9 4 4lali JUs mti -- bat lip' Ithatti si i HHtdlily S for tha tSi Trcotwwnt Tubtrauietk of the yuan laaryer haieM to lo. rale Maraa. to ail that the raaMn w af hU that Utw an to baa tleiataed by a eatitalaH, la the Halaae twill wait, dtaaira batt raa.bl safety, la It new, bar lover a lib ber. I be hayal Pave ttfuve lb hapsty twain to the Heat Tbea a fartbar brlcbl boaveyuaten Jaar t.ey wax matte by auluai'iMli'. tUwtWti. The faltafnl ttitwl bti tho "coat" out of the "nigii cojrt: of living; ' and what you get? Why, "high livingM of ootirta Weil, nir, that's Whit Vaivat doaa. Tlak djr t f I laissir CSH-, ras li'iac. f ' ta (7bt Lwit id lat s, fe taa. Irti Ti Hfet Valval t Joe say: , MalnUbwd uJdju-t- J ly .1. aic.t.it if M. itsjpt at att lUtcj II' C3 jar week, bond, awOksl altmtioo, laundry, etc, Illsh E'auad Ulu-cubt- th LouUeiiif Associativa bx li In all Ita ful slsoUi.ru lv turrounjingt. Si.UJ tr.itm.st ll UiligliU latea far tnmt". MX? Faith In the Acorn. IiewMaal tlwos the aeorH I wen lieol to Iwt H tmre priMmHlei) auuinsi Hchtntwc. as the top of natay of our tin u'l alts. Ite end of our eor nlcexte, our umhrella tiiosels, and onr blind cord still attest. Km to Hit day. In rural districts, whin a Ihuiiderstorui Ihreatens, fnnn Inhorern nnd other. will proceed to the nearciitln-- r un acorn, nnd est carry It aliout wlih them till (ho sky clturs. Loudon rrm itnts Uat re.S jou ran t Tblrtj- boBatal 1 be situ that. I Mrs. on ir tblai. tat.tl cii a , "Anybody you hpvr rnuh Vlwm yo oid pipe oan ten you how rrttiqh Valmt k Tliorc'i soodnsaj kcem hovir many pips loadi hi vary tin of Vdt. Or if 'jt.xx want tho mildest ciaratto ever there's 15 bis oncii.-- . every tin. cittrll an eats, But only with. Mv X Pt. a;CT t a m SVrr. teet prlcrs Co htr tei -- a h Ciller n. cmt tf tmr (saeuiva .t1 ll Stlso cafalil r oak-tre- Just ooj house I. tbctit aa dlcult as lyik Ust I kosw ef. jrA'. iruiicu I.-- H. '?! mats t!?--il- Tlt-Uit- i...u iwrioisBuntt.Pk uu uttr: 'iSr.. , K it . " fllW.OOO rruii- - i'i suujrti is t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., "fhursday Jan 5, 1 1 920 1 MH IBl HMl 1 H MiF And Not A Single Broken Reach The most wonderful constructed Buggy gear ever built. USED on ALL the ARNOLD BUGGIES See ARNOLDS New Trailer. WHOLESALE and EETAIL We Sell Auto Tires for Gash Cheaper than Anybody. We carry Eight different lines of Standard Tires in stock. Tire, 30x3i for Think of a 5000 mile guarantee, Non-Ski- d tPl" DANVILLE R. M. ARNOLD Prosser Age. KENTUCKY r' Flrit fUri p County r rd I'xC IS-tin nu trr Ontllne patented gun In nitif ut lu iirxtni ..iu. . u.t (lulling chh w very llitl dur The Garrard County Teachers' ing the "l vll war. n riterrtv- gnv rnment rllnglnc ! the old Mhtnrd Library hos been put in char no of inuulc-londlncannon nnd rllW t ho Woman' Cluli Librarian nt the Cluh Itoumi on Lexington Street. A tfood collection of books are now nvnilnblu for tho touchers of the county. No membership fee will be charged, but otherwise, the rule governing the Club Library will govern the teachers' section of this library. Hostile several oM books on hands, the committee. Miss Smith and Mr. Hopkins, have selected mid added several new volume. The following books, which the teachers of the county uru urged to nuike good use cf, lire now uvnilable. Arp - ICunil Kducatlon nnd The Consolidated School. Ilett- s- Newer Ideals in Kural In Garrard The Teacher and Old PAINT LICK BRADSHAW MILL. Mae, were with Mrs. Susan Broaddus Teachers' Library. u-- wl - g. " it. if 1 were y: r t.ul ? Wc'', i( ) v4rc not r, , ar.t tl wip C "u , t I' I ir 'T ) i to Pirate- Udii;prn Whatw The 7 IC t Schools. nnd Virtue Ricrbrower The Their Kensons. Bohbitl The Currieulum. Colgrove The Teacher nnd The School. Colvin don't C! good! cvi e '.III In i v v I have. .; jf .U . In gxxl . The Learning I'ruccss. Cubberley Improvement In Rural Foght Lessons in Meruit. The Rural American f GoiI v at is t b ft " ngt a e JJ1 nl o re to ( I Schools. Dewey School. GcmoII ..If td '!l. CALM MET BflKIHQ POWDER lfauscifitspt"it. V auo i ililwjir vn i I timl t'"! " oil In rvt w .il Cut-m- IK The Normal Child and Primary Kduration. (iillette Vocntionnl Education. Hull Tho Question us a Factor In Teaching. Harrison A Study of Child Na-iur- e. inglJUmt Ymu YOU il Pr.,.j in,uitr kfcn rnfn Aiir m$ mnly ,nrA ih sn U. s. HID Mfc.f MU QtlUJTV IIDCIESTjsa Mi' It, .I In the School Itosw. The Tiwioher's Philosophy In nnd Out of School. Jnmcs Talks to Teachers. Jcwett The Nuxt Generation. Kirkputrick Fundamentals of C hild Study. Kilpatrick Tho Montessori Hurt Ilde -- McKee -- The Teucher. The School, The Community. .Morehouse The Discipline of tho School. O'Shea Kveryduy ' Smith All the Children of All the Mrs. Gforge Conn has been very People. sick. Sogard Public School RelationMrs. Sterling Davis of Lowell is ship. very ill with Bronchitis. Spencer Hducntiou. Mrs. Rice Woods has had a very Suxiulo The Teaching of Spellsevere case on tonsilitis. ing. Mr. Wilse Rogers nnd family have Tompkins The Philosophy of moved near Richmond. Tenching. Mrs. W. ft Wynn spent several Trowbridge The House School. days last week with her daughter, Weeks The People's School. Mrs. Wilse Rogers. Danger Signnls for Teach-urW'lnshii The Primary teacher, Miss Ilrons-to- n did not come back this year, but This History of Kducatlon in her sister came as substitute. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. VanWinklc who have bean guests of W. W. West POOR RIDGE. and family left Friday for Rerca where they will make their home. Miss Arluigh Matthews is visiting Miss Fannie Dowden left Sunday her aunt Mm. - U Matthew. for Ilrynntsvillc where h? will reMiss l.inda F.llcn Preston was u resume her duties as teacher having cent visitor of her sister, Mrs. Tuylor spent u three weeks vacation with llnlton. her mother, Mrs. J. T. Thompson. Messrs l.ige ltolton and Hverette traveling ic.ncrs. Grow spent Sunday with. Mrs. New- Traveling teucher rury eduentlnc ton Grow. to Inland children alu.: the count ol Mrs. Lynn Cobb Mid daughter, Maine, remaining III e,.rli UnUtitl ill Mnttie lluhih, spent Sunday with irlrt n brief time. Mrs. William Matthcus. "Down In lha Dynpft." Mr. and Mr. Luke Naylor spent Tills Is n very ntietent TprifMnn, I Sunday with her parents, Mr. and and It nupMMcd to ivt tit"lvod Mm. William Matthews. from n Wing of rhcIhiI Heyiii. unej Mr. nnd Mrs. Iluford Crow of Jes- Diimopo, who hullt a pyramid mid 'llil of iHclnuchoiy. 8hnkcHMriJit samine spent the week end with her expression In "Tim TaiHlttg of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clouie, rJhrvw," In the line which nm; "llnw Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan nnd chil- now, dnuehter Katherlno In your dren spent the week end with Mr. nnd dumpsV Mrs. U. G. Preston of ljincustor. Admonition. It Is n strango thing to behold whn' I Mrs. Speed Sherrow and son, Herbert, were the guests of her parents, crot error and extreme ahsurdltleo Mr, and Mrs. Levsls Simpson Sunday. many, cspeclnlly of the grenter sort, tin commit for want of n friend to tell them of tho Knaf damage both of their fume uml fortune. For as St. Juines said, they are n men uthn liHik Mimetlnios into n bIhkk and priw iit-U- K ently forget their own shape and 1 tor." The hesf thing for any fiinn U the admonition of n friend, Itncon. ( After you cat always tak n. 1u-- .-t Mr. Floyd Snyder was In Lancas- ter Saturday. received 78 cents tobbacco. M. Foley were in Ijincajtcr Saturday on business. Miss Nannie Sanders is spending this week with Mrs. Susan Itroaddus. is spending Miss Linda Sanders several days with Mrs. C. C. Prewitt. Mrs. Floyd Snyder was a visitor of Mrs. S. N. Senders nnd family Saturday, i Mrs. James Prewitt nnd family were guests of Mrs. S. N. Sanders, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Broaddus and family were with Mrs. Susan Broaddus recently. Mr. and Mrs. James Prewitt nnd family spent Sunday with Mr, ami Mrs. Carl Baker. Mrs. Cnrl Haker and daughter, Ida Mr. Floyd Snyder Ridge Sunday. Mr. Earl Prewitt per pound for his Mr. and .Mrs. W. wns over on Jolly Wednesday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Graui Sanders and little son, Forest, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baker. Mrs. C. C. Prewitt and daughter, Ruth Cameron, were guests of Mrs. Philip Moore Tuesday. Mrs. S. N. Sanders aim son, Jamcj, daughters. Misses Linda and Nannie spent Sunday with Mrs. Floyd Snyder. Mr. Roy Creech, who has been spending several weeks with his sister Mrs. Cameron Prewitt has returned homo. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders and daughters, Misses Linda and Nannie, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Susan Droaddus. Life at Its Ztil. To work, to Mp nml m N helped, mfferlns. to burn sympnih.v Min to lonm faith by icrploitr. t niich truth throiich wonder: behold thin l wlint It l to prosper; thlf H "hat It . to live. Phillips Booi m n 1 M ENGRAVING You buy (his work I ..u w ;nt totMthttw nice not lu order to f ii.H ,irintts; hi Utur than cheap mgr. vin. t che.ip flic ry in gnrully dlsap. polntins;. ,r w.rh U tl.o ati..Ur.l. P ATA M B I r i Problems In Teaching. Palmer Parker Tho Ideal Teacher. Methods of Teaching High Schools. -- Stop food sourinc rerxsting, tuvi all stomach misrk. ..v. n...a j KwMstooiMti lntUstly rcliovos HmhIiks, isc In Pickard Rural Kducatlon. Pupcra Mistakes Preston In I Teaching, How to Correct Them. fcW3iar,-,,B!R. E. McROBERTS, Unculir, Ky. Mam.nal. In TukiimhIh there Is n seclrs ot I mmnU, the female of which lay ,.s. fr.un which the young are like the young of bird. This! of I ho Inwint onler of liinni-mals. They nre ubout the sire of n fuhr (Hircuplne, nro onered with strung ilne set thickly nil over their skin, and by wny of a noo they have n slender and narrow beak of white horn. g i MiiiLnirflvcM oniJ Jtatloncni ' LOUISVILLU Unir-he- d 1 see complete line of samples. Call at Central Record office and The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 15 1920. ME YOU GETTING 100 CENTS OUT OF DOLLAR? SHOES Our shoe prices are from SI. 00 to $5.00 lose than others are charging. We . EYE OPENERS. FLOUR $1.50. Lenox Soap, Large, 5c, FeJs Naptha Soap 7c, Ivory Soap, 7c. P. and G., 9c. have shoes for all the family. We have a full line of Rubber Boots. National Oats 2 for 25 cents. Meal 90c. Pure Lard 50 pound Can $15.00. Cement, Per Bag', S5 cents. FEED. GALVANIZED ROOFING. Our advice to you is to buy your galvanized roofing now as it is scarce and hard to get. We have some roofing in, Sand 12ft. lengths. First here will get roofing and others will be forced to wait so be sure and get your order in as soon as possible. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements. FURNITURE FURNITURE. See us for your furniture and household needs there's a reason. Tables, Book Stov-es,Aluminu- Dining Room Furniture, Bed Room Suits, Rockers, Library W a r e, Tuxedo Mule Feed. ..$3.50 peri 00 lbs. Cerelia Sweets dairy feed'3.75 per 100 lb $3.25 per 100 lbs. Shorts 1.15 u Oats Cotton Seed Meal . $4.50 per 100 lbs. SEED OATS. Get our price on seed oats before buying. We are headquarters for seeds and of course our price will be the lowest. STOVES. We can save you money on heating and Choking Stoves. Majestic and Favorite Ranges, Moores and Cole's Heaters. Cases, Rugs, Pictures, Buffets, Oil Kitchen Cabinets and Dishes. m Phonographs, Write for quotation. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KEINTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. "ONLY ONE THING in Madison county. Mia Ruth Montgomery left offered Use the Phone and "Save the Difference. BEREA, KENTUCKY. rel- Mon-da- y for Iierea to enter ichool; She her resignation Sunday as BREAKSMY GOLD! Sunday School teacher anuMisa Ida Spenke was elected in her stead. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan, Mr. and DU-ctr"Tkafa Dr. King New Mra. Edd Grow and daughter Felda, for fifty years a and Mrs. Thos. Hicks and daughter, were the guests of Mra. Mary A. Sanders at Teatersville Sunday. bat sustained quality NOTTTING effectiveness ran BUCKEYE NotharoiUM audi enttiuslaaiii. ing but sure f frutn stubborn old In p new ones, grippe, oolila and on rush .Mr. S. N. Morford spent Saturday throat-tearincousiik, and croup could have made Dr. King's Now Dlxcovery in Nirholasville. , Ilia nationally popular und standard Mr. Oscar Hay Carter has entered remedy It. U today. Fifty yenrs old anil always reliable. school nt Berea. Oood for tho whole family, A bottle In Mr. A. C. Mile spent a few day the tnedlcino cabinet mean n xliort-llvecold or cough. ttk and 51iU in Xicholasville last week. Alt druggist. Oho It u trial. is .Mli3 Kurtz of Merter county visiting Mat I.era Hrown. Regular Bowels Is Health Prof. Tornerlln has taken reams Rowels that movo spasmodically with Mr. I'urwotta Hegie ami family. free onn day and stubborn llw vxi .noUll ! Iioaltlifully regulated by I)r Mr. Tom Mertord sett h few .King's New IJf Mil. In this wai ami jvu kii'P tlio ImiHirliloH of wuntf Mat- days laot YMfk in ter fmtn circulating ttiroasrh tk ays-- NirhohtsviHV ti Iwhh-I- tborousn fin by ami Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Guilely and jirvinuting lb proper tow ol . aa bile. on. anil Mis Anna wt v amaaor kshmss of Mr. Jllhl, oaiofitrtablo, yot alwsyx Mia of Nnho!avil wt-rbit'. Dr. King" S-- w JJfe Itfla work at.-- Mra. It. W ftamiom unoay. wiUi wlili .ut th ruoatluallu 23c m rtOMU ut violent ;ur.(4llvoB, mr cold-Weaker" g : itsk-Mi- Feel Old? Overwork, worry, anxiety of aoftow uodcrmior ttrcnxib aad bcaldi. Tbea cauaes coctribut to kidaey trouble, aad weak or diteaaed kidaey asaka oaa feel old in middle ae. Mrs. Tom Cheatnut la vititing atives JMeygdneyllS help weak, overworked or dlaeaud kid aty and bladder so that the ijritera b free trom watte and poitoooua matter that csuie ooc to lci old, tired, Tbey baolth backache, then, malic paiai, aore miuclci, ttirl JolnU. . J. O V tr. Stmoim. N. Y, wru. t .wfl.rrj tutk ttjMTlrwU "f.r miir ' Uo-ulU-- joi tbumiita I bJ nr. UMicfc. t. r l.'.t ciuU ini all wtxr. I k4 I. A. o'lkust. An.r U. Wtta I cm tit kMkxU itwth tmt it Kly K1t lwbttw.((mm and wlxf !! M t l.k-a- lt tkHt I ! ! U Ur ttr I f" McRobcrtt Drus MAMMACK. Star. Mra. rt. W. KWat is ver sfck with IttioUKMnia. Mr. ClMrlas DUtae Is vary sWc vrka tuttai litis Xra. Koaart faraoti aaaJ Una akiV aatsweay dran visitad latr paiwnta Ohual at utt tfoiggtaUi. 31T. jlHHRON Dsta was ms Mr. Ifarrioea Massea-Mr- . Marts Monao'nr ks jess faifttasu a Fere teari e.r, m mmd Sobs Dtiaani UiltifftM Meaoay u biuirMM tiu Orew sale Ms lebeesw at Mr. W. U cm. IawHle last wee at ? and SOU U- A. S. Dm nJ Mm. Irvin. attoMll wrrks at too Grave rr atimlliv. Iii! n,,iin f Lobttcco from ihU locality i being put on the Market at different place now. Kthyl Mae, tho little daughter of U Mr. and Mr. Dave Montgomery vrv alck at this writing. Aii.nn Shrrrow was tho only In Sunday who waa present one .rViool every Sunday in 131'J. Mesdamcs Kllxabeth Onstott and rirnw. Miue Sallie Darker nd Zelda Onstott ar spending two wceka with Mr. and Mr, a. u. uw t.-.-- We au in ear astllanjat. weleotna taxMB. snti caa. Ms. vmtiasa Uwrasa UoaMtr aatat Seaoay witaa Us. aad Mrs. ti D. Cook. Miss KaU Wlb has rotaiaaA faai hm ska aaa assw vkv The Strategic Plwarias rany a Ct VkUsy View, itiasi aer BMtaar. ot LanaMler. Mr..aae Mm. Caaa Tdar soaat Araund U day wlta m acbiea Me. SatMreejr aitjai aaa Baausay at lakstt; Caat oat." DOMarta. Mr. aata Hn. i. T. Me- Kaou(;i to saaka aay uao " b 'bIbk Quarry. ktldaav rHtta at lauita aak ytair MatcbteM! taottaaad Btr. A. C Kairal MM Ma rattular Tfewr ar tor Uiuwy backacM; aoao total wtt at Geoa Hopti Sutaraay lt Vnd utbwr kt4ktqr uh-Hta H tJiacaatar pecatt of lh-- k aad SaaMbty. aaa stmnt taa W. Mc-day with Mr. attd Mr, l.artt Turnur, Trott Mm J Querry. ot oat . A fw yar axo my Mrs. V. It. fudar has returned I .. ..r.i- -r an.l I bad lNtekat-. My frwm Wilatore where she was calletl languid and tired dull and actud Irrautariy. uxi. a to the bedside of herNnother, Mrs. kidney V. II. Conn and sister, Mrs. (S. II. frlwtd told m of Doan' Kidney I'tll n.i t l.nurht ininn at HtornuW Drue McKamey. Biont Tbey rid me of the backaeha and put my kidney In good order." MAKKSBUKY Don't Price 60c, at all dealer. Imply aak for a kidney remedy-g- et Doan'a Kldnay IMIls the same that Mrs. Tom Uroaddus continues 1IL Co., Mr. Turner had. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ditt Huff, Mfra.. Hufflo. N. Y. man a boy. ni .. and 8aaIajr. Mr. aad Mas. J. C. Natard the neighborhood. Mrs. George Huffman has return ed from a week itay with relativra at Lexington. Mrs. James Turner entertained at a bounteous dinner in honor of Kev. nnd Mrs. Skagg last Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Dunn made a purse for her pastor Kev. Skagg and pre sented it to him as a New Years gift. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Dunn of High Uridge w?re visitors at the home of .Mrs. Mary Doty Sunday. Mr. William Hamilton and MUa Margaret O'Hearn went to Itlchmond laat week and were married there, both parties are of this place. Mr. Green Kates and Mia Hunter were hosts at dinner Sunday to Hcv Skagg and family, Mr. ami Mr. Cha Dunn, and Mit.dara.tw Tho Dunn, Nora I'ruitt and Mass Vlrgie Clark. inlay At n brief sail snuatiag Morning Miss Sue Saturn was tiltwt-d Sore4iir' and Treasurer of thtt l76.tM.OOii raaapaicn to sere tl.t chore h at thu pbu-- . Also Irw eaurrh eaprossad dssnrtt for all ttsae proaoh- i Sal by a full rtsiag vote of tao mm was apswiatrii bcra. A tumioitvoo to saaiM aa wary ntembor toavoso. In 1 Oood Test. "Did the war bent-fi- t our huiliand any. Jlrs. Newlirlder" After bis llm .NV bride -- Oh. life In tbe trenches he ay bf ran atsnd houteclranlng every week. Mr. Uirrjoy -- fr. mnum 4M. !m, Tho Man and tho Jsai may In ti r too hard: It ahnold to onr It may not appeal rtpfnlbltlty, to tnir ambition. tor loyalty, our honor,' nur self us ecr rvtnrmber, repert. that niorr depfnda on the man than the Jolt. Ve always tiring more to the Job than the Joti brines to us. A J- -f in aAlMtMtltlWTTd Sl IfwMl'. W aach csm. YtMT.at NNIT BACK na,m MitJMiiwUIWM'.rul. (4. la IW U tttro. Tulrt, MMi, Ink. tc tM't MlMT ttitnwtnt tciM traalawtttt (ailfil. trw-M- tf TODAY, C'.l.rrtrarlcat STORMES ear Try It at wm Bmtk ttok It how-evt- r, DRUG STORE. Tsar dentflt the Zye. The Italian child H neter permit-- l If It bursts lnti to rub It Pipr a "Soft Mark." trors It l not rrprvsstil, lint H'nnttel Itobby bad a silent toutharnr, which ti have the cry out. This, tt lrlalmM. th oyr- -i nnd makes them he mnilc a titg fua atxiut. Daddy lovi-, vthllt- - rubbing the eytit Injum blm a ML then said: "Here a nuar ter; en luy a ball and play, thm may ' tht'tu In many nay. clt-nr- forsrnt atntt tht arh'r rtHbitte t bis mh. r dl'tdaytxl Ibu money, saying "(lolly a quarter papa'" fnar. Ilt cat' whom I ttatly had atawt ftt eents' worth of toflttiachiC toth" )'"ll Iti-Ir- y. 1 V. Ill a It Helps! 1 "Conso4ens3 Paod" Coatrlbwtiont. Ta "fssaarti ori- fnnr la t by aa "We or to tb dl tiiir .I'Vlr SBOaoa. - if - M . iCsrdul, itatto ij. insa 'lepartSDOOt j ) at IUd aw JB tao wrttt.r'h aamu u th--l. ttt-r-. tiooa la ' trios to iwseioy Alllrt:fai hf - ! -- jl .t 10 v aic, in :.u vd intYANTSVILLE Kov. HoMsur mt BEVIN6 00T tpt of tho roeat ss Its la tea team .nii". ootaowUntx an 1 ..Mt.i.1 -- roeotpr to too from aatea dta aowiirtu ..! y . rccr i. T . . f noaseat tJn Mr. K. P. Roroa wilt arsaek Saaday Jua. rat "r kWr A.aay: H-- u fit Koater-Milbur- n . aad faamlly of Laaeaator saont Soadoy fMi Mr. i WiU Sweao. ' Mass Attoao Cwrtf was tao sweat of bar Mrwee.iaat.sar. Mrs. KOee Curtis in JUceMmnd Wat week. LittW Miss Morwarot aad Katarye r, Doon are v lotting Mrs. KDh Dan ta N'leiaoHtaviHu. Mr. Jttosti Curtis af CinctanuU. 0., ent several ilaya lost uttsk with M brothra.Korot a&d Kloyd Curtis. Messrs V. K. Davts. W. J. und Louis Uroaddus and Sam Hnlcomb were in Lexington Monday for the tobacco sales. morning School opened Monday with I'rof. Thos. II. Grintcr of Cadlx Ky., us the new teacher of tho High having reItev. Conant School. signed. I'rof. Grinter is making tils home with Mr. and Mrs. Noah Msrsee Jr. We are glad to welcome him Into our midst. tk-a- ir irrwnd--aotlk- lta Mirk NtaaUaaeo on peasoa la aiwio ptntam f too motd Eeetfo aleittsMiro la aoNeetd ' f urteal rrvetttrt toot ias a seat no the brontd of the uw i atostMC. half awulfcirtas: aim 1 I h!p who you, ' ta. a 'n it it.ita ikv,. U siauM htWa- - tnmy to . ; ndi K.Cj 1 in yri k2 . ig n WlH 11 Hlfj I Taka ' . At ' Mat t w wbb bavo iMtMsrod. Aoriffrtioi roanut mi MHra o bond tboiitii' lariast ttioao laaiasata of aaaul-i- s i The Vtan's . Tonfc UHt sarfM4aHii that Utatvrii fxotntaml tls fsmeltUaa as a mal' i. nion (tstttdtic hia trtm. Thought He Was Prlvlltoed. Haw RHtl lit dug llypy wen' mtn in it back and forth tm I In- - porch, Hum hotting ninl llypy bnrklnc It wns Sam's first time out of his rouju uftet ti severe svll of Illness, he having a narrow cnpu from death. H'luu tils mother corrected hint for being so nvl-he said. "Mother, I thought you was so glad I got o)l and didn't dU that you wouldn't caro how much tiolso I made until I got used to play y, , Ay utaIc snil tide wcic i?rrtti'e, nnd my fuller. InJrj tiba-bl- e. I can't t. 'I just how and where I I ut, about all over. I think . . . t begin Cardul, and ray (ulfis crew lets and less, unui i was rureu. I reauikabi strong lor a woman 64 years ol aee. I 3 . Hixi, ' I was . Mrs. K. I!. Vcnrr. ol Term., v :m liimi,;ti I doaU say housework." Try Cartai, today. lag agsInT Jl The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 5, 920 1 1 Frost Superior Fence THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS PUMPKIN PIE IS DELICIOUS, BUT DON'T PUT ALL THE PUMPKIN IN PASTRY SHELLS j !V Window Glass all sizes. I I - Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. ( f Salt $3.50 per Barrel. I r NEW-TORNA- He Roberts DRUG STORE. CNOS SPCNCER. j I O IAS. C. HAHR1.Vk.IW K. IL U.ND5UY. DO DISC HARROWS. Pt... Pumpkin Oread Pudding, Corn Bread and Tlmbalei Are All Good Pump kin Possibilities. Noah iVlarsee, BRYANTSVILLE, KY. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Capital and Surplus $110,000.00 Assets Over ON II. Ur Hi United mate piece ; placo In n rIbm cnseroln dlh. inrnt of Aurlrullure.) If joti renin! pumpkins n n source or any linking dish with n cover. of nlnni you are miming the ue Sprinkle with salt and n little popier. f a valuable winter tccetnhle that Allow- to each cupful of diced pumpkin often n half cupful nf bolting water and n ran mid much variety to tho u Inter menl. So this tahlo.poonful nf butter. Cover cloudy timnotniiiitiN )enr, If jnii linv raised pumpkin on and cook In men until pumpkin l tenyour farm. Meet n number of th'' I"4'" der ami the wnter absorbed. Servo r hot In the iIMi Iu which It wns baked. and put tliem away In a eixil, dry Oaked Pumpkin, nf tin- - cellar for arloii tie or buy n number If on llc In a The M'tf Nlmphut tncthod of prepnr while II if j-- are cheap. Pumpkin and Ing sqttnsh or pumtikln I to rut Into ilbllitles other :Hnch square without removing the Minah have many ipulnr pie. rind, placing the rind xlde ilonn In n than the familiar nnd Here U a pumpkin dessert Mullo ni baking hiu and baking until soft In n CiunI ns the l that )ou muy like for iHoderntp oven. Served ltrf!filt, pe-l- 'r II thntlKe and butter thl makes n dcllclou Pumpkin Dread Pudding. dHi. t cupful tal liliwl rramtta. IV, tui'ful wft mtlk. LESS WASTE IN VEGETABLES t cup nwn'nM iutrtH llUrl er trmtt I - (I'rriMr! Ipf r Sec. ti' Commercial School ll:CO.TroaTC3 INSTITUTION Of LSAftNlNS LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 321 CUTHRIE STREET, North cf PostotTicj A RCOULAfCY cor-ne- t"ii Complete Courro of Commercial Vocntionnl Training. Students secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue aent upon request. ml One Half Million Dollars. OF J trit.0,liril tmuronful i rag 'lk. I 1 i ii'f .1 fut 'Mouth .r t4HUr.) taftMta full "ROLL HONOR.' J.'alker, Vlcc-IWde- nt. I'. Hudson. I'reMent. I.. (!. Davidson, Cashier W O. Itlifncy. Wm V Ast (.'ashler Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Miller. Clerk Mr. .V V. Ilumllton, Clerk. If , you could buy a friend for $5.00 a year. on national nml local problems, one whose views would commend ns much respect, for instance, ns that received hy the editorial page of the Louisville Courier-Journa- l. a friend who would meet you early in the tiny nml tell you in n concise, authoritative way about every important world event during the preceding twenty-fou- r hours, quoting what the New York Times was printing, the same morning; what the reliable Associated I'reiui was saying about politics, strikes, or the High Cost of Living; giving you new which he had received by wire the night before from correspondents all over Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee; while you were eating your cereal nnd draw n cartoon which would make you think, and then some pictures that would make you a friend with stimulating idea a friend who would fit down laugh; t your wife Just what she wants to know about rooking, 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 about racing, boxing or any other sport - and the next minute "tip you oir", if you want him to, on the way stocks are selling on the metropolitan a friend versatile enough to give market. If you only COULD buy n friend like that, nml for 5.00 riyear You Couldn't Spend ihe Money Too Quickly, Yet is The cleily .Courier-Journready to do all that this person might. IU Hitiniwn alwns are worth careful consideration, iU news service is reliable and cam-plo- t, iu features for the home and for every ami member uf the family are entertHlitg instructive, and it costs only $4.1)0 tar an entire year. al fl'reparml lo tho t'nlto-- Rtalra Ilfpnrt-meI'otir the milk ner the bread nnd nf Aiirtmilturv I In preuirlng vecetnble for the table allow to 'In nd until the erttmUi Hiften. Add 'HMiklM that hat been cooked there Is almost always n low due to himI riit through a eutnndrr. before Inedible matter, such a skin, root. There I also a wnto of ltnt well, l'our Into ami . butliTiil Itaklnic dlh Htid bake In a good material which Is rnued by care-l- e preparation. The amount of refiniMlrriite oeli until the renter Is II nil. ItciHiiK from i In- - oten, spread tho top use vnrles greatly In different vegetwith a tiirt Jelly, pllo iHerlncuu llglitly able. In string henna 7 per rent Is lot In on top hihI return tn men long enough Hem- - cold preparing them; In onions, cabb.ige. to brown the merlucue. with cream. If preferred, tho Jelly look, lettuce and cucumliers. 10 to 15 ran ! omitted and the pudding Is per cent I lot, while bean In the hm1, pumpkins and squash lose 50 per pood fon If j on do not servo cream cent. With tubers such a jiotatoeH, with It. the average amount of refuse Is 20 per Meringue. Two egs whites beaten very stiff. rent, and with root llko turnips, 30 sugar, a pinch of per cent. 4 tublopoouful Iu preparing vegetable for the table R. F. D. No. 1, vanilla. fait and the careful cook will remove all In(Trade Mark Patented) Pumpkin Corn Bread. edible portions nud will see to It that (An favorite.) the total amount of refuse Is ns small Other Seed is being told under their name. The gent cupful mihsl trssiwonfuls bk- - a Is consistent with thorough preppumpkin. by Inr powder. aration. Thin paring of potntoes and uine improved "Standing Up" Burley Tobacco Seed raited I I cupful milk. t.aapoonful salt. 1 cupful rommfai. j. ipo onfula other vegetables Is an economy that Is B. L. KELLY & SONS, can be procured only from the raiser and Vi cupful flour. melted rat. worth while to practice and Is an easy I I K(. is not genuine unless put up in packages having a of way to decrease loss. Mix In order given, l'our. In greased their signature as shown below which Trade Mark is now baking pnn and hake 40 minutes In a USEFUL HOUSEHOLD DEVICES hot oven. Cut In square, arid serve Washington. patented and on file in the U. S. Patent office hot. Instruction Qlven to Rural Women Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed picked from best Iterlpc for a number of dishes In by Agents which pumpkin Is prepared as a winselected pods. This Tobacco has topped the market for the Helps Incomes. ter vegetable follow! past 25 years. To prepare the pumpkin, cut open, O'repared hr the United fnatea Departremove. Mttls nnd stringy portion, and ment of Aarlcultura.) cut Into piece? of convenient slzo for Many rural women have been In cooking. One of the most satisfactory need of simple Instructions In the methods of cooking pumpkin Is by making of household convenience?, straining. Itemova tho skin, placo In device, and making of a steamer over boiling water, and small articles for sale, tn order to InSend all Mail Orders to steam until tho pieces are tender. crease the family Income. Tho InPumpkin prepared In this way Is less structions In rug mnklng, mnklng nf . watery than the boiled pumpkin. basket. briKims, etc., given to the girl Mashed Pumpkin. by the liomeHlemonstrntlon R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. agents Force the steamed pumpkin throucb hare also, nt many place., been given a colander. Season with salt, lKpier, to the women, resulting In tho promoand butter. Sent) hot. tion of home Industrie nnd Increased Pumpkin Tlmbales. earning. Thl added Incntno lint Very rixhI served with ham or cold mainly been uod to Improve tho home meat of any kind. "Mil nssltt tho Ited In several , ttaipoonful pPit pint mashed purap-- Instances tho women,Cro. hove saved who kin. enough from such earnlnc to pur ! cupful milk. twiipoonful clnna-chaw tho needed furniture, havo Innwn I cki. I traipoonfut tail. H teaH)onful mace. stead given It to the Ited Crot. .Mix together and put In buttered cumhpI cups. Stand In n pan of boilPROLONG WEAR OF GARMENTS ing water mihI In a moderate own for 30 minute. When the mix- Re. Enforce Parts Which Are Subject ture I Ann turn n refill!' from tbo to Herd Urage Pttt Few Threads etiw and wild to the table. This same In Stocking. Residence l'lionc 33. Ollice Phone 18. Im baked In a shallow mixture may dish wllh'i-hrvM- i uratod over the toft. (Prepare by the ttnlteJ KI.Hm Department of Agriculture ) In tbl twilt tho einiiHluott and When tanking undergarments, tmutt. the mrt which aro subject to Iih1Iv(IuhI paaiiilii rvtwlards may be jirotwreil In llw hhwu whV Fse tho Iwrd wear. Sew bu'ton on utual iHttupklM pie euttard mixture irarmeut through tventl thicknesses and hake In ulard cup littisul of In of cloth to prevent tearing out. ltiiu a few- - tlirenili back and forth in the a pktry rut. hind and toe nf a new- - slot king, Cream of Pumpkin Soup. aupful butter mashed ruttful I o unfula nuwiAHl. I l at talltn,nful Thin Paring of Potatoes Is an Economy That Is Worth While to Practice In Kitchen. ) bttlter inM-lln- l KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. '1 le libu fac-simi- at n PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. labo- r-saving SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. B. L. KELLY & SONS. pr 4 W. 0. RIGNEY lko Funeral Director and Embalmer. rv Lancaster, Kentucky. flour 1 tables ,l on-- S , kM jukt UblrituuiiliiU - HUT IIEST OF ALL, WE ARE NOW ABLE TO OFFER Daily Both 1 Courier-Journa- l. AND HIK Central Record Year by Mail, For Only $6. This olfer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. Now subscriptions may, if desired, iturt at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute. The Louisville Times for The Courier-Jounia- l. Send or bring your order to tho office of CENTRAL RECORD. Iu saaeutMii and stir In Add imiIoh Julco, call and pep-pu- r and Mtth4i immpkln mid Mend For tilling plticuthlou dried txilTet twgother. Aild the milk ami bring to grounds are excellent. boiling p.lni. Srto hot. Do Creamed Pumpkin. Una tiHisKHuful nf fctuur I the Cut the iHiuipkiu In small plecen. Hiiiil vntont of one lump. Poll In suited water until tender or steam If preferred. Drain and servo Olive oil rubbeil Into the scalp Is with n white sauce. an excellent hair tonic Olaied Pumpkin. Cut the pumpkin meat Into strips To clean zinc, use hot aoapy water, nltout half nu lueh thick. Steam or then polish with kerosene. cufuU nillk M4t butler rr. Alt, Uiaafmoafala IwuiwMf ul imp- - flour. Aoimd fie House AW m FOR SALE PRIVATELY My raihlcnce on Crab Orchard ttracl and known as tha J. H. Dallon placa. The houia contain! saven room), four parches, two ilrrpinf porxJs, cit- uppsr and lowar hall, bath room, hot and cold water, electric lights and tern on porch. Th hout hat every convenience and it practically new. The out IhjII until partially tender. I'lace stripe Iu baking dish nnd coat each piece with a sirup Hindu by boiling together: Si I building contttt of Garage, Coal and lien llouie, wagon and buggy in fact all bout, good U cupful wal.r. barn with four alalia and driveway. butter. Pamp salt will remove the discoloraCorn ali(up may be used In placo of Poitetilon given about January 1st. of cup and saucer caused by lea. sugar. I'laco la the oven and cook un- tion til brown. Discolored eggsooti rubbed with Diced Pumpkin In Casserole. a little common salt when washing up Cut the raw pumpkin luto small will lose their stalus. UtUontul cupful suiar. ter; When sprinkling clothe usa hot It dutuieus them more evenly. wa- necettsry outbuildings. Two acres of land, fins garden, HENRY A. MOORE LANCASTER KY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 15, 1920 aniBG START THE NEW YEAR Iratifications ECONOMY i BY TRADING WITH US. EXCHANGED Urged Upon Congress. AT PARIS. Glass Sara Naw Ubtrty Loan Will Putting Peace Treaty Ba Naadad If Eip.ns. Go Up, Washington. Secretary of the Into Effect United Treasury Glass this week issued an optimistic bulletin relative to States Only One of general financial situation of the the Government In which he asserted that Big Five Out figures nt hand up to the end of the fiscnl year more than realize the most sanguine expectations which he had last September when he predicted that the "turn of the tide" would come with the end of December. However, Secretary Glass, discuss ing the future stressed importance of holding down Fodernl appropriation to the limit fixed by estimates submitted by the Trrnsury for the sup port of the country during the next fiscnl year nnd importance of cutting taxation no lower than recommendations made n year ngo on rrrommendation of Former Secretary McAdoo. TRY A SACK OF OBELISK FLOUR TODAY. WE DELIVER IN TOWN. COTTON SEED MEAL CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, HOG MEAL, CREMO DAIRY FEED Will Make Your Cow Give More Milk. HONOR ROLL kind of traffic. All the heavy of the government, whether traffic of the county would be thot person be a citizen or an ,ancaster Public School transferred to this road and alien. 1. Koom llurnside, Durwurd This is not a political would save the other roads of llurnam Casey, James Pence, William It is a vital matter of the county from the wear of Todd. I.Uilia Harnett. heavy hauls. Financially, it safety to every law abiding Koom - Olat Fothergill, Paul Henry, J. T. Pollard, George Palmet would be the thing for our citizen of the United States. Speed up, gentlemen! A er, Nancy Clark, Loretta Kstes, county, for having built this Hngan, Ollie .Marsce, Kdnn Itich, government that is worth havpermanent highway across the Francis Tucker, Fannie Lee Walker ing is worth safeguarding. county the annual county road Koom .i. Low Conn, r.dna Hat funds could be used in keeping Again this paper deems it a cher, Georgctta Walker. Boom 4 Itobert in repair the lattcral roads of duly to a warning to the Mamie Craig, Mary Batson DaviiUoti. Lee Dunn, Mar county. , The Federal gov- young sound the men of our towns, vil gnrct hstcs, Lllliun Kclley, Nancy ernment fenov ready to locate lages and farming community. Thomas Lear, Coru Schooler, this county, and it is up to us Boom 0 Hazel liroaddus. Stay away from the big cit to accept this generous offer. ies Boom 7 Craig d'ooch. .Mary Lee remain on the farm. The county judge has called a All over the country there is Holtzchaw. Anna Layton. Boom 8 Ida May meeting of the citizens to meet a shortage in Sanders. Lucille Bcazlcy. Margaret tremendous and help him and his associates dwelling houses in the centers Klliott, Kssie Conn, Junnita Dunn, work out the plans. We want of population. In the cities Maurice Pinkstoff, Luther Bich. to ufpcul to the people of this fabulous prices charged for county to awake to the impor- rents simply are Schooler. because the landtance of this matter and not lords know that they can colNick II. Schooler, a prominent lose road by inac- lect any sum they farmer died ut his home near Kirks- choose. illc, Wednesday morning, December tion and indifference. The But why this condition of af II, 1010. at three o'clock. Death county judge can not fairs? was due to double pneumonia. the county all that we Very simple. The higher Mr. Schooler is survived by his should have without the wages in the cities are drawing wife, who was Miss Bay, and four of the people. people In from the farms by children, Nick, Lino, General Chester, Mrs. Jasper A. Noel, nil of this The conditions upon which the hundreds of thousands, and county, and one brother, Mr. J. S. we may have this aid from the they must be housed and fed. Schooler, of Gnrrard county. Government must be met in a They receive higher wages. He was born at the family home- short time and the failure of it is true, but they forget until htend near Kirksville, April I'll, 1850. the people in lending to the too late that their expenses are the eldest son of Col. und Mrs. N II. Schooler, county full nssistnee may cause in ttfc proportion, Daily our farms are becom He was married to Mary Florus to lose this road. There ing depopulated, and if the ence Bay, February 10, 1885, the should be five hundred of Gar- stampede daughter of Mr. Alex Bay, ,Sr of and rard county's citizens at tho is no influxcontinues labor there Waddy, Ky. of farm from court house next Wednesday the old world we will soon be Tho funeral was conducted at the to help arrange for this road. face to face with the national Gilead church Thursday ufternoon at two o'clock by Bcv, Ellis, of Paint "Better roads for Garrard calamity of a county in 1920" should be our of the food necessary to sustain Lick. The remains were to rest motto. We need tho roads, we life. there be wisdom in the tho Gilead cemetery,laid beneath in a If want them, and ure able to seats of the mighty it is time mound of beautiful flowers. Richmond Begister. have them. We are going to, that it be brought into play. Km-m- a this-Federal our county and a road that will last twenty five years with any against the peace and security I'AKIS. Bulletin The treaty of Versailles makinK racc between Germany nnd the allied powers was I put into effect this nfternoon by an You Need In We e.xchanirc of ratifications. Ilnron Kurt Vonlersner head of the German mission affixed his signature nt 4:09 o'clock Saturday and the entire cere mony, which took place in Clock Hall STOVES, IMPLE-MENT- S, at the French Foreign Ministry. ' completed nt 4:1(1 oclock. Previously Von Leaner signed the protocol of November 1st, providing for reparation of the sinking of the PLUMBING AND German warships at Ska pa Flow, nnd to Insure the carrying out of the armistice terms. Peaceful relations between Ger many and the greater number of the nations engnged in the great war with her. are established by the action taken at Paris Saturday. The peace AND trenty now goes into effect as be tween Germnny nnd those powers that have finally ratified it. Great 30 Ilritinn, France, Italy, Japan, Bel Brnzil, Gautcmala, gium, Bolivia, have them. Meet your neigh Pannmn, Peru, Poland, Slam, Czecho bors at the court house next slovakia, and Uruguay, the United $1.50 Y.r. liiu.d Wctkly. Wednesday and we shall adopt States nlono of the big five not having ratified It. PajrabU In Adfanc. the plan, and all get busy to The treaty not only defines terms J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. work it out. of pence with Germany, but contains the League of Nations covenant, nnd R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mr. NO LAW TO PUNISH. provisions for an international labor In the recent raids by the congress. Entered at the Post Office in LanSpeedy nction following the act government in which thousands Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. of Reds were arrested, only ing in Paris Saturday is expected to Germany of a be presentation aliens were taken into custody. list the war criminals to be demanded of to blaster, Ky.. Jiwurr 15. 1920 Reds who could prove Ameri by the Allies for trial. can citizenship were allowed The immediate consequence of the exchange of peace treaty ratifications Member Kentucky Press Association to go unmolested. putting the League of Na and ine reason: it appears will beinto being which. Supreme tions Eighth District Publishers League. that there is no federal law un Council decided will occur in Paris Rale, For Political Announcement!. dor which a Red who conspires January 16th. to overthrow the government The ceremony was characterized For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 can be punished, IF HE IS AN by formal politeness to the exclusion 10.00 For County Offices of all cordiality except between al For State and District Offices. .15.00 AMERICAN CITIZEN. Von I.esner made lied delegates. .10 For Calls, per line If this lamentable state o movement as if to put his hand as .10 affairs be true, nothing is to be . For Cards, per line Clemenceau signed, but seemed to For all publications in the Intergained by crying over spilled check himself when he saw the est of individuals or expresmilk. Hut we can at least pre French Premier kept his gloved hands sion of individual views, per 10 vent the milk being spilled a nt his side. lino Doatn't Affect U. S. Trad. Obituaries, per line .05 second time. WASHINGTON, Officials Satur The situation is so grave as day, said coming into force of the to demand immediate action German peace treaty will not affect Garrard county's greatest the United States, while tednically need at this hour is better by congress. Inaction at this n state of war between this country roads. We are offered by the time may produce fatal results nnd Germany exists, trade between U. S. Government and the at a later date. the two countries was resumed some Congress should immediate months ngo ami is steadily increasing State to pay sixty per cent of the entire cost of a federal ly enact a law sufficiently The Unitcil States, however, cannot into Germany highway diagonally traversing drastic to effectually dispose of sent consular agents Is ended, any person who conspires until the state of war Have Everything HARDWARE, Wheat or Rye Middlings, Ky. Farm Feed, Ballard's Bran, j ROOFING. Conn Brothers. "LIVE LET LIVE FOLKS." "Should Congress embark on new fields of Urge expenditure", said Mr. Giass, "or further reduce taxes, it w It be clenrlv nccrssnrv to ovisc the i Ship stuir, Brick, Sand, Cement, Rock, Genuine Kanawha Salt Best for curing Meat. nrnri rlF The Central Record treasury's plans and rail upon the country to finance the resulting deficit by the iuc of a new Liberty lorn " But if Congress holds down ap- proprHitions to the limit of estimates and does not further cut down in-- 1 come expected by the Government from existing taxation acts, Mr ! Glass feels that the Government will cross the- top of the financial hill - I BINGKIUS,' THK SWISS BKLL have played recently for schools In New Castle, Pa., Chanute, Kansas, Sidney Ohio, Shenendonh, Pa., ML Carmel, Pa., Nashville Tenn., Memphis Tenn., Greencnstle Ind., South Bend, Ind., Bochester N. Y., Albany. .V l ., Toledo, Ohio. Lancaster, Feb. tith. Auditorium, Benefit of Library nnd Athctic. Value of Molybdenltt. Tlie principal value of moljlMlenlt Is In the manufacture of Meel. to uhlch It elves n hnnlnrss and touchness that make the steel suitable for uv In propeller shafts, guns and boilers. Most of the moljltdcnlte produced In Tasmania la lilpird to Knglnnd. SHIPPERS. We aent out checks Inst week to our patrons, paying them f 75 CENTS FOR THEIR BUTTER FAT. ARE YOU GETTING ALL YOUR FAT IS WORTH? If not send it to ut. We pay all shipping charges and return can the next day. STANFORD CREAMERY KY. CO. STANFORD, ... ... NOW READY FOR BUSINESS At the old Produce Stand opposite Conn Bros., shop. We want your PRODUCE at the highest market price. on MONDAY. JAN. 26th, we will have a C ream Station in Connection Inwe will test'same.and pay you here. nccom-plisKf- or Bring your cream We want your Hides, Furs and Junk of all kinds. Get your Coal from us. Buy your CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED from us before prices ad- vance again. Phone 35. on H.e. Bailey & Sons LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 5, 920 1 1 TIMATES FOR MADI. j Miss Myrtle I' Kstes and Mr. E. SON'S PART. Illnkemnn, both of Kirksville, were married Mondny afternoon, Dec. 2D, The Deal House. by Hev. II, A. Dawes at his home in Madison county went on record by HryanUville. After the ceremony official netion of her Fiscal Court at the happy couple spent several days It meeting Tueday, n henrtily in Mr. J. Hoe Young i visiting rel- In Lexington, nnd nre now receiving favor of with her neigh ative in Louisville, nnd good bor counties of Iloylc and finrrard in heartiest congratulation Mr. Luther I'eyton was it visitor wishes from their host of friends at th construction of the federal high Richmond way, which will connect the western their home in Kirksville. In lleren In el Monday for the day. Register. branch of the Dixie Highwny with Mis Dorothy Mom of Stanford is the eastern branch nt Richmond. On Wednesday afternoon, Mr. J. the guest of Mis Kdith Moore. Csfltfnji snJ A IWM MtMien ol lh The Fiscnl Court by appropriate II. Kinnaird with n resolution requested the Commissionentertained Ooinjt ttyThet Vfs Art Mcrtitid In. in Aberdeen, neighborhood party in honor of Mr. Mr. Henry Moore er of Highways of the State 'o have Mississippi, this week on business. Robert Kinnaird. The entire lower a survey mude and to furmsh phn y Mrs. It. E. Meltobert wm n vmtor Mrs. Joe Francis and Mis Mary floor of the pretty home was and estimates of cost for Madison decorated with plant, palm county' portion of the highwny, Lexington Tursday, Arnold have returned from Stanford. in nnd ferns. A delicioux salmi course which begin nl the (larrard county has reMl Lena Klllion spent the week wa served. Mr, Virgil Mis Delhi Rice Hughe Kinnaird line at Paint Lick nnd extend on to turned from Stanford with her cousin, Mr. Charlie Coins, and Mr. I.ige vord assisted in the Richmond. Iloth Iloyle and Garrard at Danville. pleasant duties of the afternoon. countle hnve already pledged their MrsiiLoula C. ,tohnon in Mr. Kinnaird' guest numbered in building thi highwny MK Annie Ashlock, of Stanford, ralnttves in Richmond. about thirty, who enjoyed the nfter-noo- and have been waiting on action by hi the guest thi week of Mr. ami Mr. llrndley llaurae Wevley It being one of the most Mr. ant Mr the Madison court. The formal Znne. ing event of the week. were tn Lcwtagtwi Saturday. order entered by the Madison Ficnl Mr. Itobert Long, Mr. C. II. I as follow: Mr. Terrlll Tapp Soett f Owens-bor-a, MtMire and Mr. II. J. Chestnut were Mis Francis Long entertained Courtappearing to the court that it is It has xern visiting Mr. Arch show party with nn enjoyable picture in Richmond last Thursday. Walker. evening. After the proposed to construct, reconstruct on Saturday Little J. W. Killlon. son of Mr. show a delightful luncheon wa serv- and otherwise improve u rond from MtddlostMirtt. through Mr. George White and Mr. Walter Klllion, who ha been ed at the Kengnrlan Hotel.. The Richmond, Madison county, hm been a reecnt visltwr of Mss quite ill M better at this writing. the counties of Mndison, Carrnrd, happy event wns to celebrate Mis Morion, Taylor, Green nnd rkibi Tribute. birthday. The fol- lloyle, Ada Fntiicw' twelfth Hart, thereby connecting the eastern The many friend of Mr. lowing were present to enjoy the Mr. U'llIIr P. Ung "left Monday Ktanalrd are orry to hear of her section of the Dixie Highwny with fur Oklahoma City, ami San Anteaie, (lines in Atlanta, nnd hope she will evening with her: Dorothy Dunlap, the western section of snlil highway, Ida llurnside, Margaret Thompson, Texas fur a tay. that the soon be restored to health. Evelyn Tucker, (ieorgettn Walker. and it further appearing Public Rond of the Jahwsen b taken Minn Minnie Mae llubbell, Georgia Moore, Commissioner of Mr. Carrie Davidson and Mr. Mnttie room at Mr. ami Mm. V A. I'rtM on Theo Currey left Wednesday for Tub Mary Lee Dunn, Miltie Dunn and State of Kentucky, has, under the authority granted him by law deICtrhmonil avtnur. m. Oklahoma, where they will vwit Klsie Hatlield. signated said route n n Federal Aid Mr: l.toyil Moore of RkhnwHHl, relative for several week. Lieut. John F. White, Centre MO, Rond. nnd therefore, entitled to re been spending several day with The new of the death of Mr. wa singularly honored Inst week ceive aid from the federal govern Mr. Henry Moore. Jr. ment for it construction and imKUxahelh M. Denny, of Lexington, when he wus selected as aide to Jellico, during the leader of the provement, and whereu. about Vi Mr. and Mr. Geonre Greer, Mr. east shadow over I.uncnstcr, her naand Mr. W. It. Ilurton have been rc tive homo, where she wus greatly be- Knglish fleet's visit in Washington mile of said road is located in Madiloved. City. Admiral of the licet Viccount son county, same being the Richsent Alitor n Danville. road from recogni mond ami Ijincaster Jellico gained world-widMr. Jennie Falkner White, of tion when he commanded the Grand Richmond Ky., to Paint Lick, Ky. Mr. C. 0. Todd w the guest of Mr. and Mr. II. D. Lee anil family, Washington, I), C, and Mr. Klixa-bet- h Fleet on November 191 ti, at the Rat Resolved, that it i the sense of the Walker Roland, of Lexingtfi, tle aear McKinney, last week. of Jutland. He arrived in Wash court that said road should be imof Mr. Kmmu ington have been guest last Sunday and spent three proved nnd constructed nnd that the Ml Martha Kuvanaugh anil Mr. Knuffman. days in the Capital. Numerous lun- Commissioner of Public Roads be nnd "been recent Joe Haielden have Mr. and Mr. A. J. Wilder and cheons, dinner and receptions were is hereby requested to have survey, CrU. Orchard Spring. plans and estlmntes of cost prepared two ions, Howard and William, of tendered him during his stay. Mr. and Mr. Hert Krayfirld and lleren, motored to Uincastcr, SunLieut White, who i in the Nnvhl in order that the cost of said imdaughter, Marjory, have returned day, and spent the day with their Intelligence OlTice, was appointed to provement nnd construction may' be from a visit to relatives In Carlisle. son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilder. the honor post by the U. S. N. Ad- approximately known, and it is fur miral in charge of the ceremonies. ther resolved that the court contriMr. Forest Stnpp, Miss Kthyl Mr. H. D. Ilower. of F.t Dorado, bute from the revenues of Mudison Danville Advocate. . Walter. Mr. lluftor. Stapp and uter, Arkansas, who vnis In Cincinnati for Lieut. White is the Son of Mrs. county such a per cent of the cost of were visitors in Lexington Saturday. the past week on business, spent a Jennie Faulkner White, well known said construction and improvement S. H. in Ijincinter. ns may be determined by this court. The many friend of Mr. W. 0. few day with Mr. nnd Mr. to be fnir and equitable. sorry to heur of her e Henry and family, on hi way home. Rlgney are Mr. and Mr. J. K. Sander of It is further resolved that it is the and hope fer a speedy recovery. The Woman' Club met Thursday Hubble, entertained in honor of tin! scute of this court that this order afternoon ut their room on Lexing- bride nnd groom, Mr. Charlen A. San- and resolution be given proper pubMr. A. II lllce. Mr. Louis Clay Sutton ton avenue. Hev, J. R. Moorman der nnd wife, Sunday, with u s)x licity, nnd that the citizens of MndiMr. and Mr. were visitor in Lexington Saturday. gave a most interesting talk nnd course menu, which was served in son county living on or adjacent to there were about twenty five mem- approved tyle. The table had for it said road in Mndison county be givMr. A. II. Milhy. of Springfield. ber present. center piece, u beautiful cut glass en un opportunity to assist in the Ohio, wa a pleatant guet of Mr. and Mr. nnd Mr. R. K. Henry and Mis bowl on pedastnl, tilled with delicious construction of said road. Wednesday. Mr. Luther I'eyton lnt W. K. PRICK. J. M. C. Helen Robinson, who have been in fruit. The house was attractive with Daily Register. .Mr. and Mr. T. J. Price left Columbus, Mississippi, for some time decoration in palms and bride for DeLand, Florida, where have returned to (.anrnstcr. Mr. and roses nnd lillics of the valley. The they will spend the remainder of the Mr. Henry will likely locate at Lex color scheme of pink and white was used throughout the six course menu winter. ington in the future. Mrs. Itoy Schooler We lire trimming our price not our customer, our rent Fiscal Court Goes On this week. ! less. We will tell you OLIVER Hiding and Walking Plows, Mi Viols Passe, of Louisville, Record Favoring Disk and Smoothing Harrows, M. B. Landsides and Points, and will arrive Friday, to be the honor Cultivators. We will sell you John Deere Plows, Mowers, guest of pretty little Mis Willie Federal Highway. Rakes and Cultivators. We are lowering prices on Ranges. A Allelic, daughter of Mr. and Mr. W, Full line of Collars, Harness, Back Bands, Bridles, Traces and lions Ilastln, on Hill Court. They ASKED Breeching at attractive prices. Come In and see us at the OLD will be entertained Saturday at n STATE COMMISSIONER ON DANVILLE STREET. "Proof of the pud- beautiful dinner in honor of the little POSTOFFICE TO SUBMIT PLANS AND ES. ding in the Chewing of the Bag." Just in, a car of wire fence. Misses fourth birthday. TO OUR PATRON- S- Mr. James M, littlu son, James arc the guest of and other friends Stnpp and bright Jr., of (.cxington, MADISON PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick, Kentucky. JUST WHAT THE NAME IMPLIES On December 31st, 1919 H97.108.-1Notrs of Good People People were Overdrawn .V179.20 12,:M8.21 The Peoples Ilnnk had Ciiah Peoples Hank hntl Deposited in Nat2 Cut Nails 3 cents. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Peoples Hank Huildint,' U. S. Honds nnd Securities of the Government Owned by the Peoples Hank ional Hanks i:i2,808.G2 11,000.00 1,801.07 $ .ir):i,Gfl0..18 f 1 Gossip About People The DEPOSITS OF GOOD PEOPLE Capital Stock antl Surplus of $ Peoples Hnnk Peoples Undivided Profit Account IIG.OOO.OO 2.G01.25 $ 415,095.23 453,699.48 1 nrtls-ticnll- CROW WITH A CROWING BANK. $IO,8t8.2l Deposited with us Dec. 3lst, 1916 had had Deposited with us Dec. .list. 1917.. . $'J20.7&O.G8 $27,011.40 hnd Deposited with us Dec. 31st, 1918 $115,095.3 had Deposited with u Dec. .list, 19111 We will be glad to hnve you open n Hank Account with us and will show you every courtesy conrlstnnt with sounil bank- People People People People ing. PEOPLES BANK, Paint Lick, Ky. i g Hoover Picked Tampa, Flu. -- That Herbert Hoover will be selected as the standard benrer for Democracy nt the San Francirco convention I the opinion of Gen. W. 11. Haldomnn, Democratic National Committeeman from Kentucky. Thi wns expressed in nn interview here while on his way from Washington, where he attended the Jackson Day dinner, to his winter home in Naples. "My notion is that If it can be at found that Herbert Hoover ha least a fortieth cousin who is a Democrat, he will be the man who will be selected to be the Democratic nominee for President by the member of the party when they meet in national convention in San Francisco in June", General Haldeman said. person wclbinformed "Every knows that Mr. Hoover is a mnn of very great executive ability. He provedthat fact to the satisfaction of all. It is true that none seems to know nt this time just how much Democratic blood courses through his veins, but the test soon will be made, according to my opinion, and if it is found that he measures up to sufficient degree, it is pretty certain thnt he will be the one selected to be standard bearer of the Democrats in the coming national enmpaign." The General sees in Attorney General Palmer another prominent figure nt the convention. JOO!500fJOOOOOr)00W3t30r3aT By Haldeman. a I Classified Column RATES t a Single insertions word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No nds in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. tf lea as a 1 FOR SALE: stack hay. A lot of good mixed W. S. Emory. e .Milch good FOR SALE: Two Cows. Calve one week old. J. E. Robinson. FOR SALE: Florence heating stove. M5-3t- Good ns new. . Jns. W. Smith. Store room recently .Mrs. at FOR RENT: vacated by me. 15-L'- U Rclla Francis. FOR SALE: Two good fresh A. W. Kavanaugh. milk cows. FOR SALE: Seven room residence on Maple avenue. Possession G. C. Walker. at once. FOR SALE; Automobile, (0) in perfect condition, all extras, a bnrgain for one week. Hailedcn llro Giuugc. Old-mobilc 8-Step-lnddcr, ill-n- Lan-dra- Wed-neadu- y THE $5.00 CLUB Mr. Km ma Ki;utTman and Miss Mis .Nellie Nolnnd entertained Frankie KnutTnian are guests for a Friday evening at her home on Maple few dnys of Mr. Clay Knuffmuii in avenue. The home wa prettily deCincinnati. corated nnd delicious salud course wm served. About thirty guest Mr. ami Mr. Frank Sleed, of North enjoyed Mms charming Nolund' week-tip- l guests Mlddlttown, were hmpitulity of Mr. and Mr. F. I. Frisbie. on Mis Snllie Klkin ami Mrs. Carlton Maple Avenue. F.lkin nre at the bedside of Mr. Carl Kennedy, of DanMr. Alexander ton Klkin, at the hospital in Homer ville, i spending several week with set. The friends of Mr. Klkin nre her daughter, Mr. W. A. Parnau glad to know that he will recover and .Mr. Fnnuiu. from the serious automobile accident Mr. and Mr. William Walker, who that occured the past week. have been residing in Mississippi for Mr. Owen Knst, of Logansport, teveriil month, have returned to Indiana, i in the county visiting re I to reiide. ative. Mr. Knst i one of our vnl and hti numerous F. U, Markbury, Mr. Theo ued subscriber Mr. Currey, Mr. Joe Walker, Misses friend in the city and county who June and Mary Doty were recent are welcoming him. He paid this otflce an appreciated call Friday. visitor in Danville. Those partaking of the bounteous rr- past were; Mr. and Mr. S. A. Hilt. n, of Danville. Mr. and Mr. J. K. Mr. and Mr. Jlenry Sanders, Mr. and Mr. Smileyllitl. Mr. .Mor gan Sutton. Mr. S. M. Spoonamure, Mr. A. M. Luce, Mr. Snllie Sunder. Ijiverni' Dickerson.Mr. Rudolph Mi Dickerson, Mis Ruth Dickerson, Mr. William Dickerson, Jr., Mi Addie Crisclllis, Rev, Frank Tinder, Mi Stella Sunder. Mr. Roger, buyer for the American Tobacco Company, Ml Willie Sander. Mr. T. J. Price. Mi tilmly Frishic, Mr. Joe Kuv anaugh. Miss Lucy Spoouamorc, .Mis Daisy 11 rook Sanders, Misses Krcell and Johnrttn Sanders. It was on enjoyable ulTuir and greatly enjoyed Dick-erso- For the Armenian and Syrian Relief Fund. O'Hearn-Hamlito- n. Miss Mnrgnret O'Hcarn nnd Mr. William Hamilton were married in Richmond, Wednesday morning. Jannine o'clock by uary seventh New Year Greetings. Father Shulte, They were accompanied by the brides brother, Mr. llernard O'Heurn nnd Miss Lucille Donahue of Danville. it I I,: III 1000 Pairs of All Wool New Army Socks 75c value, only 35cts per pair or 3 pair $1. ft j CUmWc IToitiotir UAUUCl o IU1 mij fttnrp wtvi ui WE SELL FOR LESS. 1 I Immediately after the ceremony they left for Lexington, Mnysvillc, nnd Louisville for a weeks stay with the brides relatives, then relumed home where thiy were highly entertained. Is the beautiful Miss O'Hcarn daughter of Mr. Thomas O'Hearn of thl city and has for several years been an efficient teacher of this county, while Mr. Hamilton is one of Garrard' progressive farmer. Their many friends extend heartiest congratulations to them on their matrimonial sea. If there is u worthy and needy call for charity it is in fur olf Armenia and Syria, the countries that have been so cruelly treated, nnd devastated by the German und Austrian Armies, leaving thousands of little children, women und men, starving. We are instruments of God. God use u to achieve his purposes und we must help our brother Armeniuns, just as we would want them to help us, were conditions reversed. rtli Join the $5.00 Club, sending or binding your check to the Garrard II nk and Trust Company., Mr, J W, KUnore, being the Treasurer, sumo to be placed to the credit of the Armenian Fund, or leave your donation ut The Jospeh Mercantile. Co. The following; are the ones who In the name of our now belong. bird, bo one to participate in this I am prepared now to take orders for monumenta noble and glorious work of upbuild at my ing n fallen nation, nnd join todny. place of business, on Richmond j street and Buckeye street. llro Moormun, Hro. Pnlmcter, I refer you to a few of whom I have done work for: llro. Hudson, T. CHill, Buckeye Ky; Luther Humphrey, Mt. Hebron; Hro. Strother, Harrison Ray, Buckeye Kyj Sherman Gay, Lancaster, Ky; J. R. Haselden, Walter Humphrey, Judson, Kyt Mrs. Tom Dailcy, Buckeye Ky. S. C. Ucnny, J. M. Duncan, I am prepared to do all lettering and get all my work Mrs. Mattiu Duncan, direct from the Quarries. Miss Jennie. Duncan, Arch Walker, I put up both Granite and Marble and guarantee work Mr. Arch Walker, to be just what I sell. Call on me for Monuments and get the F. K. .Murkslury, right price. W.ll. Ilurton, A. T. Scott, A. 1). Joseph, F. S. Hughes. Signed, A. D. Joseph, Chin. -5 Seme Pointers. FOR SALE: Piano, Chnndnlier. Ten thousand cro of steel pens cat Tuble, 10 gallons Roof one ton of metal. tie made from paint, 50 gallon gasoline or oil tank and many other articles. Csll Out Convicts' Union. Miss Jennie Lackey. officer In the event of the striking In future several old hands LOST: Wednesday niorninc benow undergoing sentence have offeree tween Point Leavcll und Lancaster, out In sympathy. t come a Ford Auto casing, 30x3. Return to S. A. Hammon. Paint Lick, Ky. Stolen Fruit. R. K. D. 2. From the Keystone, Philadelphia. Pn.: "Good advertising looks for the I have NEW FEED STABLEi person not yet ready t buy, n well Hitch Stable at as the one nil ready to psirrhnoe. And opened a Feed and Conn the man who Is conllmnnidy polntlnc the Oltl County Harn opposite Give me a call wares from Ilrothers shop. f his out the dctrnhltit S. II. Kste. pd. the selfish viewpoint of the buyer will get more hiiycr Into Ids store than FOR SALE: About 200 bOshels. the competitor who doe uot ndcr of fine blue grass seed, guaranteed tise." per bushel,, to germinate. Some Fur Everywhere. sacks to be returned. W. M. There I hardly a fnnii," sayn tint ! Cornell, nt Marksbury authority, "that will not produce at I Granary, Lancaster, Ky. tf, least fifty dollar worth of fur each M'tiMin. eiierliilly ut prwtit price j FOR SALE: Fint Black Jack, Trapping U ti pletfiint ociiipallon foi 'three years old In June. 13 illT! tin- - farmer mid In boys In i lie fall high, white points, good bone, good of work Is ended ant after the and car. Fat nnd ready. Worth adde from the time ured In Hvttliis niul tending !, trap the iimney de- !heur while to look if you want a good S. J, Embry. rived from It I nil clear profit J" I 1 15 5t Stanford, Ky prln lt-p- MONUMENTAL WORKS. j Luther Smith, Lancaster. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan 15, 1920. home Monday by the serious illness of her mother Mrs., J. P. Ralston. Messrs David Shepherd and Char lie Ilroughton went to Detroit Sunday I'rpto.Mantan Enrich! And Rulldt to drive back cars for the Paint Lick FOR Garage. Up Th. Ulood Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson en Pallor, Headaches and Shorlneit of tertained Mr. nnd Mrs. O. U Ham mack and family, and Mr. Frank Urealh Disappear Ralston and bride Sunday. Miss Avn McWhorter entertained Pepto.Mantan Sold In Liquid And Rubin Misses Marie nnd I.cdford. Tablet Form. Messrs William RnNton. Willie Itog-- , Why should any girl or young ers nnd Hlalne Kstridge Sunday nf I, A. K. WALK Kit. ShcrllT of Gnr- woman continue to have n pale, Mil ternoon. rnnl County, will on Higgins came out Miss Jennie low complexion and n listless; run MONDAY, JANTAItY 2Cth. 1020 down system devoid of energy and Monday nnd dismissed the school nt this place on account of the boiler mine bcinK County Court Day, offer vitality? for sale nt the Court House door, nt Such young folks nre continually being bursted in one roem nnd were Lancaster, Kentucky, the following unhappy "il dejected simply be unable to have fire. rcnl property, returned delinquent, cause they accept such a condition ns Friends nnd relntlves of Jessie umc bcinir the amount due for their misfortune, nnd envy their IVirks Davis will be glad to know State, County and School Taxes, for friends who arc in the bloom of I that she is getting along nicely after the year 1019. Said sale to bcp;in at health and enjoying nil the good ICrious oncrnt on at St. Joseph's ONK O'CLOCK, Standard time. The things of life. Hospital, Lexington. name of those paying before that If such young women would realize Miss Agnes Henderson nnd little time will be stricken from the list. that their anemic condition is prob Agnes Drown were visitors here last LANCASTER, NO. 1, WHITE. ably due to thin, Impoverished blood. week. Owing to Miss Agnes having Acton, Smith, n. r. 2 ncre ..$11.49 which could ensily be enriched by taken so much cold they were com. 17.00 Gude's how much pelled to return home Saturday. Northcott. II. II. nr. Lot happier nnd attractive they would . NO. I, COLORED. We wish to correct nn item in last Anderson, 1'ctc, 1 acre - 1.90 be. week's Record in which we stated r.."o Gude's llland, William, lot, is a safe, Ks7.70 beneficial nnd pleasant tonic for any Mr, G. C. Cox had purchased of Ilurnsidcs, J- IL lot, tridge llros, their stock of merchan llurnsides, Nannie hrs, lot . . 4.50 one sulfering from any ailment raus :i.iio ed by poor blood. Ilurnsidcs, Mary, lot, If taken regular dise, we learned later the trade had ly for n few weeks it will enrich the been called off. llurdctt, Iln'Kht. 2 acre 4.05 Iititnil tfftlt t,nilnn .l tt t tin t.nnltK.1 Hurdctt, Jnmcs, 3 acres Antl-iSaloo- n Denny, Mary Jane hrs, 1 acre ml blood cells thnt nre needed to I 5.G7 carry nourishment to every' part of Dunn, Jake, Jr. lot May 13.09 the body, Faulkner, Louis, lot, 10.08 Pnulknor, W'lllnra, 4 acre is sold in both liq 3.91 uid nnd tablet form. Both contains (rant, Mnttlo, lot, C.S3 the same medicinal ingredients. Herring. Annie, 6 acres Willinm Hy Anderson, State Sup 2.71 n KavanauKh, Mattie, lot, lluy nt your drug erintendent of the 3.90 gist f. Re sure the name "Gude's" League of New York, issued a warn Kennedy, Jnnie, hrs. let MulHns, Henry, lot, 3.35 is on the package. Without "Gude's" ing to "nuinagers of the Republican 3.3 McDonald, I.cHn. lot It is not party in New York that they may 3.90 Ncwland, Sarah, hrs, lot, Advertisement. mke Willinm Jennings llryan the Owen. Charlie, lot, next President of the United States ! 40 Salter, Mattie, lot, if they continue to play nnd leose l'AINT LICK 5.0 Lewis, (ieerxe hrs, lot, with the prohibition Issue and the 5.9 Mrs. J. P. Ralston Is on the sick moral element that favors it." Wllllnms, Herbert, 1 acre,.. list this week. DISTRICT NO. 2, WHITE. Mr. ltryan," Anderson said 11.13 Alfred, Jesse, 18 acres Miss Cox tins accepted the posi "stands ns good, if not better chance liurk, S. I hrs, 53 acres . . 11.17 tion of assistant nt the postoffice. than any other man to be the Demo . 5.98 Farley, Tom, 1 ncre It is Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Coldiron nnd cratic nominee for President. . i!3.1G (row, Karl, 55 acres not at nil impossible thnt Mr. Hrynn family have moved to Covington. .102.25 Parks, W. C. 74 acres might carry New York in 1020 with Miss Marie . . 5.71 week end withLcdford spent the past the support of the women and the Preston, John T. Va acre Miss Ava McWhorter. Shcrrow, William, 2 acres, . . 0.05 Prohibitionists. He is one of the Miss Minerva Spurlock was in original Woman Suffrage ndocates . 4.15 Slade, C. II. 45 acres, Lexington last week to see u special . 10.93 Stoics, Wm, hrs, 25 acres g opponent of tho sa and a ist. NO. 2, COLORED. loon. Although he was late getting . 7.02 Mrs. G. W. Conn is on the sick into the National Prohibition fight he Adams, McKinley, 1 ncre, Line to Be Remembered. Agcresslve lighting for the right If Cochran, Frank and Will 4 a . 4.54 list this week and abo Miss Mattie nprform-- .i tremendous service ns an . 10.09 Wylie Coffey, Colonel, 14 acres advocate in bringing about ratifies 'he noblest sjKirt the world knows. Roosevelt. 0.85 Denny, GcorRel acre ROOMS FOR RENT All conven tlon." 2.10 iences for light housekeeping. See Dunn, Sandy, hrs, 1 acre, Anderson abo wrote to Assembly Dunn, Francis and sons, 4 a. Mrs. W. F. Parks. Speaker Sweet that if he were sin A Coryzstlc Word. 7.15 Hamilton, Hume, V acre, We never run ncrow I ho wonl 'heb-coMiss Bulah Edwards is boarding cere in his support of the Prohibition U.C9 with Mrs. Henry Conn Jackson, Arnett and wife and attending Enforcement Hill he would appoint a domsdnr without thinking of 7.01 Jones, Hock, 1 acre, Rules Committee to the legislation. Id the head. school at this place. 7.48 Kemper, GeorRf, 4 acres Morris Todd went to Detroit Mich. McMurtry. Obt, 22 M acres.. 27.09 12.10 last week to drive back n car for the McMurtry, Tom, H acre Sigar, Ed and Sister. 3tf acres 6.30 Paint Lick Garage. Misses Maude and Minnie Conn of Simpson, Geo. 4 acres 8.30 5.05 Lancaster spent the week end with . Sutton, Lee, 1 acre, 1.83 Miss Chastine Ruckcr. Taylor, Mary, H acre DISTRICT NO. 3, WHITE. Edmond Ralston has been helping 17.G4 Treadway and Logsdon Adams, Andy, 40 acres, . In their 20.82 store during the rush. Duncan, J. W. 34 acres, Ham, J. S. 1 acre - 18.C9 Friends of Mrs. R. G. Woods will Lonjr, Ott 1 acre 9.48 be glad to know she is out again after Naylor, Herbert, nr, 1 acre 2.10 n severe attack of tonsilitis. Rogers, Curtis, ?i acre . 4.95 Misses Diana und Dolly Woods S. 9 ncrcs 32.73 Sebastian. have returned from a visit to their Simpson, Mrs. Lucy, 11. 3 n... 7.01 grand-parent- s at Nicholasvllle. Tenter, Henry, 110H acres.. 67.98 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moffctt of Rich DISTRICT NO. 3, COLORED. Broaddus, Charlie, 10; acres 13.21 mond were the guests of her sister, Mrs. Edd Williams Sunday night. Denny, William, 3 acres, 8.00 Miss Sadie Ralston was called 1 ncre 3.05 Faulkner, William. DISTRICT NO. 4, WHITE. Alma, A. C nr.. 227 ncrcs 19.53 4.81 Dames, Lice, 1 ncre, Herry. John W. nr, 10 acres.. 2.74 Campbell, Airs. J. D. 5 ucres,. 3.74 8.10 CampUll, J. P. 25 acres "EstriilK, Mr. Jane, 13 acres. C..11 Hammonds, G. II. 127 acre. . 07.07 7.64 Hester, JoIih, 1 Mrs, 5.30 lUlmnti, J. g. 15 n or to. 4.00 Holm tM, Sum, 10 acres 6.90 HopWni, Frank, 26 acre, 3.03 Hurst and OwtMU. 63 aerua, 2.45 King. Geo, n r, 1 acr Klnaard, IlrntUey, 1 acre-- . - 4.H1 9.98 I.odu, Wm.. 2 acrtw. 7 65 UIhm. TtM4. 0 wm 01 I.olciwr, Dr. nr. 1M acres . s. w rii li 1.13 Minor, flwssm, f aerst . McGulrt. W. K. M wrw, . . . H.K3 2.74 PNEUMONIA Parkur, Mis, Ijuy, 16 aera. 20.02 . Piirkur, G. A. It Neglect ol a simple' er ' J H oJicn U y Sheriffs Sale DELINQUENT Pale, Anemic Girls Need A Blood Tonic ' THORNHILL WAGONS uaRnn of rA that Rnmi rapidly ray condition', and you lave . wa3.11 that rannnt stand nbume wear. Nature ii hen hurried shirks her work like man. La huihl one as ThornlnlU ate builtof t'UR i highland oak and hickory th.t groin upon the mountain td tint survives t ly after a crxclew little with soil and climate then you have a watum almost wearproof. wood it endowed vtitli lie tough i'oid-Istienpth. w ) Let in slimv you tV 'niornhill war.ons and explain thc.vajutof the Tliornlull way. BUir.D n Taxe . wmm mm a, c c!oe-grain- rl W. J. ROMANS. LANCASTER, KY. Pepto-Mangn- n, Pepto-Mnngn- n - The Pepto-Mangn- n League Support Bryan. Anti-Saloon Pepto-Mnngu- Pepto-Mangn- n. .... ....... life-lon- v ...... Ttii-odor- e ... . ld Cleaning Wall Paptr. One of the simplest wnys to rlrac wnll paper Is to take a loaf of utalf but not hard bread and cut off tlif crust: then taking It In one hand rut the paper gently with the espowl surface. When the brrail looks soiled cut off another thin slice and proceed with the work. It Is best to rub up and down on tbe paper. It Dots, and Jumps! Trie fume of nrrntmls wight to by Utt and txiunds. Oartixms Mngntlne. Dally Thought. The wisest ssylnc of all us that the only true wtvlc.m lay In not thlnklni that one knew what one did not know. Cicero. 33 TOBACCO TO- - ....... ... C. L Speith Company DEALERS IN STANFORD STREET -- PREVENT PuiNUr. Mm. ifclUw. l'owell, Bon, 6 mm Rets, Mattes!, 40 tr SingletM. Mr. J. N. TliBmptM, S. W. 6 n, . Lancasterj Kentucky. a.res r.-- i 91 5.39 :l 03 16 . 2.7 Tudor, Harris, Mi acre. H 29 acre Underwood, Dave, 11 29 Woolwine, Mike, 50 acres. DISTRICT NO. 4 COLORED. jt Arnold, Geo. 32 acreSj r. D8 Uroaddus, Miller. 10 ucres 7J Campbell. Martha, 1 acre Duncan, Hud, 41 Vi ucres. . Hunt, Jim, 4 acres, Kennedy, Edd, 3 acres, Kennedy, America, Yt acres., Lackey, Clell, 7 acres, acre, I.eavell, Jonah, .Mitchell, Herbert, 1 acre .... A. K. WALKER, Sheriff of Garrard County.! Mr, IK 12 II 19 the uirccl came ol pneuniutua. Ci.il- - B dten do not like tu tits lauKaiing medicine but do like the soothii encct ol tbe external remedy, JJ mm M 1 I I Ttreme's Vapoirentha Salte is sp- by ruMHOg llus dtlichtiul uhro rlied the cheit and uniUt the srms. nm TU ikI u alBMi iMiu nui Inn itlula. Ill, Mi kaml kl imam pmmi S. tttlUHM rmUrS bl IM U Ul 4rv LOOSE We Pay LEAF T0BA600 ITU JiXTii in t ten M iMMiMiaxll u Su- - .... , BRAME DRUG I km tm aamtaMaw t'"i nasi the Highest Market 'Price and Unload the BRANCH HOUSE at MORELAND. Same Day. ffl ii iifFMBM IBpksSHBklJis The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Jan 15, 920 1 Get KZiakwIamPBaaa THE Most kiBBBBBBBjBjF Tobacco iSk '. . . Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Offers You Gocd Light, Prompt Attention Highest Prices A SQUARE DEAL. AND Bring Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sells ! Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Gompany Lv. Incorporated G. Davidson, Hod-Carrier President. Or Professor. W. R. McCray, Manager. limit the teacher's woije John R. Scott, Auctioneer. Especially (JhoHts WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Almost any man will tell you that Sloan's Liniment means relief 1 For practically every nun h uird It who Jul sutlered from rheumatic achfi, lorcncst of muiclri, ititlncit o( joint i, the tetultt of Heather exposure. Women, too, by the hundrcdi of thousand, uie it for relieting neuritis, lime back,, neuralgia, nek headache. Clfan, refrething. soothing, economiSay "Sloan's cal, quickly eflcctitc Liniment" to your druk'giit. Get it today 35c. 70c. $1 40 Which will you have your son be, Mr Kentuckian, proud of the traditions of a proud old state, a hod carrier or n professor in a college? If the former, he will be assureil of work that requires no special training, entails no responsibility, provides support for him and his family and the opportunity to save something as he goes ulong against the inevitable ruiny day. If the latter, he will be assured of u place of Kreat responsibility, small salary nml perhaps a pension on which he may live In hit ohi nge, with no opportunity to save anything for that rainy day that comes in the lives of so many million human beings. Mill's (ioldrn llule, edited at Chi-iab Napoleon Hill "for those REPORT OF THE CONDITION Net So Young. "What unrt of a girl I heT fed and dole out crust to the sage The kind that everybody says will And this we do in Freedom's name, mnke a cood wife t,,r "o.'scbcdr mobs day." t Nation's shame, to a BANK, NATIONAL Ulind in greed to the finer need of To Raitor Charred Paptr. greatness worthy the name." Documents that hare been charred tNo. i.i n:i.) BE. by fire a j rendered rcndablo If cello-tllo- n THE MAIN DIFFERENCE Or L.NCASTKIt. T l potirtil over the charred pajier TWEEN In a few mrautei this dries and a FA KRIS COLIC KKMKOY and the touch transparent coating Ik produced TlieCloseof Business, Dec 31 1919 others, you do not drench the animal, through which the printing can be a child can give it. Cood for bloat teen. Hank notes and other paper HEH0UKCK8. ' in cattle. thus charred hnve been treated In thti Loan, suit dlacouula tllO.UVI Ji UW.HM IS W. A. Dickcrson. way with success. adv. areurcd I 0etdiall.. L'nweurvn Drpcllnl to tceuroelreulallon U. . luuiil. .rvalu) .... Se.uooo REPORT OF THE CONDITION Warts Art Centaploua. TJ.UOOO 1,0U4 00 OwDfd aud uuplmtirrd. Wart are contagious, as Is proviil rireorili.a oilier Itian V H. tranda mm lurludlui .lock.) owned nn- by experiments on their own linger .1.-. M to pledsnl mndi by Drs. Udo J. W'ie and I.yle Slock ol tVdcial Ita.ervr Uauk (W Ilia) 00 ol aub.rrtilnni iMrrccui Sllrli-IgnKlngery C.HJOIO Citizens National Bank It. Slivllml'f the l'nlverlty of jihysl-clnti- Value ol liankltif toui 4.0M CO i.oeow ichooI. Kiirnllureaiiil mmrea Thee sttiii to hitvo pruieil that the Lkwlul mniii ulltl I'nter at llt.erv llauk i.sj v. (ive buttered bread to brawn gold-grea- well parts of India. Spring the Walking Kind. are regarded ns gods In somo Don Away With. in done away with In n new cord operated device for opening nnd closing rransoihs, windows, or shutters. The use of springs KY-A- Extended Fra Mall Delivery. 189U, on the ltth of November, the free delivery of mall In all cities and towns In the. United States of 5,000 or more Inhabitants was begun. In . Pa'a Little Falling. I'a Isn't n hypocrite, but Ue Is willing for the children and all ilsltnrs In the hnui to think he has read nil the books he hui In the haute. Judge Clay Mentioned for Court of Appeals. men-tionc- unlit to think and wunt to Close of Business, Dec 31, 1919 grou", hits the nail on the houd when it says: FOR KHOOIMIUKK. t; "Hut with Iwd'CnrrUirs ! inil (imimsU Imjsis ; us much m Honorary Untlfta.MtrMl f PAY t'MHrnl li.7ra with collage proaideNta Moll4 ut Meor eire(kttuu i V a n..u. ui ! mmm luuklitff envwualy at the Htottthly MM World- - pay chock of a inaotor in hank, INkI Mil MlH aafatiH H mi lic('HlaMr Nr ummt't .U m ta and with ewunUy scIkmI taach-er- a Mnek ul Kmlrl ilmrt. IMMik il . Wide. .uWumimii inavn hirod kaada, RUkir km Vala mt UitAla Ihhm tMlal mm. olik py far who ia to etiwHra the teacher TIm moTvtnent for Unfit. Hank OMk m vaali s4 m Mwioato of our yaulh and tit aaaaif of Uaehara, Minly in Um poblte traat MAhMMl kuli i inaatfveinnl in naw ,Vtariiana if I'fcfc'Him uilwr haal. In ih aaji. aahooli. bul far roilrtr pftlfaoaon Is oil? ar loaa m raaurtlat Ml fwtigw IIm eoM force tttain Many of lb i uik. r i baa I ton pratitlly world-wtoa- . si eail of tha spirit to Usa rty- - ( Telal ul It ma u 14 ta. la. ho Watttag mHwn of' Am 17 havaai as the taatr aaan? M4MUIvarIHl llk m('.1 ft. traas- taka U up and the' kialatra of OflH a4 lu. Inam V "Tha tow caat of barn in nmi a. r ataatyiaky tb praMa-th aui lwnews Waw4 k mi MsiaaMMl the kich caat of living iio aot . "T.weher. ar aaltinc for ha lane, h ia Uaao Um tuxpay-r- . TIM 4 1 not romnHiiMuratr wita taw vaua of tnajas for tk aak of Ua cMaaVon tbaur rv tea America to not rtea UAHtUTtUS. and tiw aaaa of Ua emHiatrj . uh-. rnouKN to to pay the at that.' aaya lMMkl4lo. haMriid tha Oaltlan lluli.H Newton Msrahall Hall, "but tain am u lit kin allllll hi Auti Napohioa Hilt pubUtbo on whieh tu live, not petikir-louatnm.niHiUH IH kaaMarnjr ta mi m isaite of Mk OahloH Itule k)4 IMK MWIHMt laMMlHllil nor luxuriously. Iwt in acwhich (Mitrht Ut appwl to rifMllMlluNuaiwiIHjJlM cordance with the dindy of tWuir thw hmih lawivKHiftia.i'w.iu aafefiast viry AmurteaM who kaa the juml of W I'llMk lujeh calling." ThMI ilaHtalxt ((.iMlia, Mkr M country at hart; IballUllk OK I.ANTAHTKK.KV..AT THK MOVEMENT BETTER For Teachers got-tin- twti-aato- f bttr rhr T.-.- ..I T ly . Judge William Koger Clay, of the Court of Appeals il has been widely und favorably in hla district ns the successor of Judge John I). Carroll, of New Caatle, who will retire from the appellate bench at the end of hla present term. Judge Clay it a luynl alumnus of Transylvania College, a graduate of ita old Law School. Ka.nr. ttemt il. SIIA.MH AMKUICA! nehoulhouse on the ('tim.u-- ui IwriuHwIl ... "The little risl Ml lhau tot uiilrr hill and the scltoel hell's mornii;- - Tulal ul ILau. fl.nu.lla. ml.. jrcl lo Hihiii, Hem. IU, II, llali.t It (t.vuObd ririK I iiiAjaSTii TortL Are siKii and sound the whole world MriTsor Ksxtccsr.Cot'NTVoriUaktso.Mi round of a ehnrnctcMiiakini; I.W. r.l'h.mp.Ca.liltf ol Ik aatnrd tiling; baiik.doaoLninlr.N.ar Ikallh alxii alal. And the teacher mouldinic minds of in.utltllu.tulL. tx.lodnr kuul..l(r and W.K. 1.ni,,l,hUt Mitt. youth ia a power mik'litler far Subaellkcit aud twurn lu Lalm a aiilhl. Hi. dar ul Jau IfW. Than all the freaks of the Uolahevlks .u. iitnoj.woutrMbiie, Mr CoMnlatlou Kiflr.a Jauuatr II. lino. ran be or aver are. Coaaaii Alietii Law)! u Wtisaa) a. r. iiepaov ) Uiitcioit. "And yet with our ways penurious ws FOK a lla aaket IS. at, it(Mlihr i. o I J.W.iwasair ) The Correct Word. "Old Itrown won't live lone: he has nrv cmiseil liy soine sort of n Ca.li In taut! and net inrts one foot In the grnto alrendy." vlruH t tut t piiN-teasily through ti amount. dn from uatlau at batika ui.'Ih w "You memi one foot In the grave." filter n nd therefore tlirotich the Miund Tmall lleMal.tl,IM.U IW.M' M "No ho' going t bo iTisiuited." Cboek.uH bank. Inealnl ool.hlr el htiHinn skin. rltjiir In vi not I riillHK bank a tnl tKlivr Wat it. las ia -wltfa Writer's Cramp." Kilri.tle 4n ffm 1" U.H.Trm- tjaxo Strange Happening. H. Thm. utr ami bul aoi MiteeiMi- Write! eraraii lias Mm daflnetl n IVHIy wai lln favorlti neJulibor ami lnlert mibH at'lirotlMat tin Mum and of ihoiae who do Ihi muet am OHyiaate f little JeaiaWte. Vhil IM1 Bill. MWr.it abl um nmi da writttHt. with tlCe taunt M ly wan vMtliiK HfM ratattvv In ikt TMal IMaSa TI tialMly raatrarratl, A lr-- D wMh Dili eaauatry a aceiiltatsillf broke hi arm truaiMe ana not complete eaalrtW ovei I.IAHILIT1K5 homo wltb the urn. tbw madrtea irf tha tkHHnb aad mlddli i aaaesa In m tam awl tUmm up pntiriy tii OtoitaiakMkkwia ia. ... asaaa and tone tnkoera. wblek are biWMlu pllnta. aim eHoaj in groat wsrlteor( sarsiiavaiitMnatk, UalllrlaW4 . IlIN irjfa lain aoe la wrlitag. To rarkwM aaoth-awaaaw, IftHi ha) eoaaa boaw UtMT.at alMl illt )an aUwpkat or toalkMl. la aatraar. 1 of treatment a an far haVM not ami tirottght kOs brokra arm with IT him imrawali aiirawaai aa4 i aaeevasfu. Aataaui nmrvwl m uaaa aswraaJ iMh as prrmd alti smjm m tba HktslioiU want aro aeritteal nkru. unutaaaum cimiuu laaifwuai ai.uaiiiuei UotMi aad, appilralkm of electricity. im,mm m lanawk World' Smalleit Violin. TMal el Oa Hal iinaatla itakvar i lasak aVamltal MabWyi la iVrfoet Ih vvory tbKall. las! w wil tne utierr snanae. k)Me,. IkisM at, at, aK . W) vpm will l' wllhta .ata 4a So 'fwatity ut iHttatw is raaro half armviia laid aide it) 4aV fuiHtlMl than the daaert'a altrtic. TotaU lMBS TI (ntbui now UaaMit ut uavtaa? trw Kveii tit. mvi, with nil kayatxrr. K awfocs : nut Meat odM In tkw wortil. it woo full to keoti Iwr setret aa tb 4fi uie by tM wnj. ka.iw ybatiaiai. 11. aaai4 kak. oSi ill ' s ir!!!a UaoL aaS" In. lf1lnfl MUstla. Aud aUb lira l it Is mi a i l inaa Ska baaal A4 mt OI'Tai if ilk deawit Hiabt tba hoataia aninlsra.ilti, awl U eaNiaii4y pah 'trueieal a ta 4avlu. Tha eiaet alw l uRoivt rvil mt HoM ttere fc. 11m Violin body, IMrt giAiwiia1i io to Walasi BkVaVl lata urvnwitt arc) ikwsH Mlaht. wiHm tba lm aaai taf MMI tm. inetara: viotto, ov- - nil. 2 Hi Jaeirtj urn nasi ua.! the havMi at rovvaiml Ujf OkaWMaNatakw ,'l O10 Uu to. Stm Irxhoa. llOiudeliitvta hi ibrtr .rrfee liry and rost, tk per (rnaalfl AM.t Itaeonl. lei t rest of that atental qtjM wiklrti II H HwiNfSSaiBl W Kr ilott IHrMlait. ih'. ws tba kaiul. It. H. Carroll. I ) KTUSHtk Qhott'a Vltlt. Profited by Vanilla From the Orchid. IMerrv t.uMrou. u trttileBinaii of tin iiTemge man uIu'IIiit be has Mniiliimrtri'. vhleh W n piirt of old i r tutted the fruit of tin orchid, mid 1'iirla, fun. iiHjdihor an old iiiImt, I chunee urv that he will reply that who died kudilenly. (!utnui bud been hi bus nut. Hut be has at least, If lit Quicaxcuir kind to the old man. On the night lwBniill,vaV.alla.Wla. L. .kwt H alt lee cream uml cake. From which after his dentil the ghost of the miser .fcl .J kb. ... a.a m p. u tmll . U ta. iJ. itnteiueiit It limy be luferreil that the a appvured to (Instroti, and suld; "I iai Hfc na. Mfc. mil alluded to la not in ten like uti left you my money. Co nnd look- - un at Dkcccirr. is .mii i nit-- 1 d I'I'le. peurll or pear hut la ir tutas fAist sail der the third I mini from the wall In s,. aocasoN aiaibur co.. In the form of a flavoring ex my bedroom, uil you will find my will met. Precisely, and It It uu extract ultli a bug of ruins," (lustron Hurried hut Is one of lint most widely known off at once, utid In the place, mentioned ml generally used la the world dlscovereil the will mentioned by lb iitnllla. Exrhauie. ghoat and 750 franca In allrer. HA5ELOEN BROS. w nli - daa r(rtHl atiky 4 a.-i- lhr "o rrrHl aha-luiol- y . tt r.ctivaaaa.a br - we-tierfu- i N -- . A"-- k lil J. Il.l. il 11 u.i.. roti-ume- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan TOBACCO SELLING HIGH $100.00 295 pounds nt $81.00 300 pounds nt 2,280 pounds for $2,133.05) average $93.55. Ilnrmon ami Moore sold: $05.00 105 pounds nt $99.00 180 pounds nt $99.00 105 pounds nt $100.00 225 pounds at $108.00 105 pounds nt 05 pounds nt $94.00 2.10 pounds nt $99.00 $99.00 200 pounds nt $87.00 203 pounds nt $75.00 310 pounds nt $72.00 215 pounds nt 2,180 pounds for $2,009.00) average $92.11. Drown and Anher told 095 poundt for $573.75) average $82.50. 1 5, 1 920 GUY. Miss llaiel Smith was n visitor of Mrs. J. I Ynntis. Wednesday. Miss Molllc llnrncs wns n visitor Thursday of Miss I.ucy Turner, Mr. John C. Hronddus spent Sun Under False Colors At Fanner's Warehouse Dy OTILLIA P. PPEIPFER I The present Jin, been n record- day nt Mnrksbury with friends, breaking week (or high prices nt (Catrrtsht, till, Wt.i.ra NfwtrP.r Unlos) Mr, ami Mrs. Milton Ward were Fenntr'n Warehouse, Danville, nm! n On Monday of n certain week of hi with Lancaster fricntls Tuesday. preat deal of the weed has gone 0Ver t cou-t- d Mr. illiam Mnrshbanks spent titii' lit fill life ltrjco the brakes. Patrons of the good eretl that he liiul rearheit the lume Sundny nt I'ninti I.lck with relatives of felicity. The following Saturday houic nrc delighted both witli tho prices secured nnd the splendid Mr. nnd Mm. Mlley llenzlcy were inoinliig he sorely illsllliminnisl treatment received, nnd they arc all guesU of Mrs. John Hrnaddiis Fridny. but rather tlinu attend Idle dnr telling their friends and neighbors Misres Mnry nnd Christine 1'oynter back In the city, he decided to that Fcnncr" is the place to sell. visited Mrs. Alred 1'oynter Tuesdny nnother -week amid nn envlriiiitiieiit the cruFollowing arc a few of the sales stiHrllclnllty of which bud Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Tuttlc were (Hireil and depressed him. quoting Space prevents made. guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J, I Sundny He wni senior clerk In n elty tur more of them: Ynntis, inutile establishment, and just iiefnrc J. C. Ovcrstrect sold: Miss Knthlcen Hratton of Hubble his annual two weeks' vncstlon ennie $78.00 110 pounds at wns the recent visitor of Misses Anna nnuiiid be ilrew n prlie. An exliii That's Easy Enough. 1.10 pounds nt $08.00 slvely ndiertlslng soap coirem had A mnn's hair. It Is estimated, tiirni Mne nnd I.liln Hronddus. $70.00 75 pounds nt niTenil rewards to the llrst two p yenr enrllcr than n woman' Messrs Tom Turner, .Mr, James imiii who correctly solreil su viilctiin $86.00 ijrny five pounds nt 200 Ynntis nnd son, George, were visitors hrlnglng In the nowel excellence ol $83.00 205 pounds at An Old Setttcr. $80.00 250 pounds at their wnres. Alorgnn was furwnrdrd A mnmmntli'M skull nnd tusk fomic Thursday of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1'. Foley. $97.00 nt IVntinin. lindane!, nre said by Sit 235 pounds nt Mesdnmes Carrie Davidson and nn nnlcr mi n new fnhlonnble sum $09.00 'lay 200 pounds nt to ho 70,(H.) years old William Sutton were Saturday guests tner n"rt for two weeks freo iMMinl nnd housing. The darn was Hitm -- ..$08.00 325 pounds at of 'Mrs. William llomnns nt an!, the iviiiHiwy gniteful, but what 220 pounds nt $88.00 tcr. Writing. Oldest Mursnti imriHl mnre for was tin- - ir 175 pounds nt $97.00 The Iliitlsh mtiM'tim contains the Mr. and .Mrs, Hoy I'rnther nnd two iMirtutilty f mingling with real hlue280 pounds nt $90.00 oldest known examples of Chinese interesting children, were MimmI.hI nrlstiMTHts. To his illn recent 2C0 pounds nt $97.00 writing. In the form of Inscriptions on N,niment he fimml that the rliu of Mr. and .Mrs. William Wal235 pounds at $97.00 animals' bones. werv dhldeil Into exeliish ' ker. 180 pounds at $91.00 etliiis, the iiii'ii ottlsh mill ukrptli-Misses Anna Mne nnd I.idn HrondCork Hint. of imlslilcrs without iriili'iitlal" 230 pounds at $88.00 If you noed a rork nnd cannot gc dus were guests Saturday night of nn IntriHliictlon. the wniMfii ilreoed 150 pounds at $97.00 70 pounds nt $90.00 tr the Mure to Bet the rlcht site, tnkr their nunt, Mrs. Amnndn Coy, nt up dolls. Inncukl or Insolent with stratniT. 230 pounds nt $95.00 nn old cork nnd siwk It In hnllint Of teen tnlnutes. It will then The latter Included all but ie. It Mm. (Jrnce Sutton nnd Miss Vir305 pounds nt $90.00 wntrr for (It nny bottle. ginia, were tho pleasant guests of was on that Sutunlay niomlriE when 230 pounds nt ...$80.00 he IomkihI for enngeiilnl eoHitiiiiilonstilr Mr. nnd Mrs. John Smith nnd family 3C5 pounds nt $82.00 that Mitkmii met .Mls ICsltMl Itexere In Hard Luck. Mondny night. 150 pounds nt $93.00 le hail teiitleeil the quiet. rettmihty Jnrkle wns Invited to nnr house th young Indy at the table nnd Mrs. C. It. Henry "! Master Jam iln-- -i 4,890 pounds of tobacco for $4,436. other nlcht to n birthday dinner. Hi In the hotel psrlors. tint hail neie S0 average $89.09. ntt henrtlly of the llrst courses. nnc es Milton, and Little Louise Murray MiUn to her. Ho bail to, that cent when dessert wns presented be kIkIicc' Henry were guests recently of Mr. Kvnns. Durhnm nnd Anderson sold 330 pounds nt $00.00 nnd remarked: 'Tin nfratd I'm run nnd Mrs. William Clark on the Lex- ful iHnmlng. for he rescued her from ilertrttt'tlou In the plunse of n speeil 285 pounds at $59.00 nine out of nppetlte.'" Exchange. ington pike. Ing Hiitomutille not l.i l.xi 230 pounds nt SSI. 00 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 1'oynter nnd xm to save her life, nnd ns she mur Voice of E'fvy. 140 pounds at $90.00 Hetty had tlcht curls and her great, fnniily, who have been living nt Mi ly swoiiniil In his protecting clas 245 pounds at $89.00 est grievance In life was: to hare her Creary for several years, moved Inst sioi.i fervintly: 375 pounds nt $99.00 linlr lmmpooed. When she was shown week to their farm here they pur"Im't faint the ilnncer Is orer ery iiatHrHlly l!ilnn Kerere wns 330 pounds nt $99.00 her new ha by brother, she put her chased of John Knvannugh. 55 pounds nt ...$90.00 hand on his little bnld hem! and raid: Mr. nnd Mrs. Tolliver Cornett nnd grateful. Very naturally, too. Morcnn was attracted to rnngenlat neiimliit 320 pounds nt $80.00 "(Mi. you lucky little nhnmpoolcsa son Thomns will move this week to a nee amid his pntetlcnl bsilntlon .130 pounds at $95.00 kiddle." their new heme near Wallaceton. Tliern wni a ret on n shnilnl brtieh. 340 pounds nt $73.00 For the past 2 yenrs they have lived nn expri"Mon of thankfulness, nml Somewhat Expensive Meal. 315 pounds nt .$72.00 In central Africa In tho diamond in this locality, nnd made many two young hearts were hroiisht to 285 pounds nt $72.00 mines of Do Doers a negro raloer re friends who regret to give them up. communion of gratitude and satisfac 3,580 pounds of tobacco for $2,893.. cently Hwnllowed 21 diamonds weigh' tion tbnt hi) straight Into the troi Mr. nnd Mrs. II. H. Ward and fam G5 average $80.83. smiling field of pleasing frlendhli. II Ing 317 carats. As the stones were ily moved Monday : near Kirksville. After that for thnu coneciitiv Hunt & Lunsford sold 2,325 lit, worth from $350 to $.".00 each, this lit Mr .and Mrs. Wm. Graham (nee Miss dayi" they met. nnd there were ill- (to dinner cost the mine owners $103, for $1,753.45; average $75.42. Christine Simpson) moving Tues-da- y llghtful hourn on the lake and strolls Is XKX used on (entry, Caldwell ond Bright sold miners An they leave now the day. the to the house vacated by Mr Ward. Into the wiMHlland. Hnrh tnslntalnrd us for 45 pounds nt .....$60.00 Mr. Alex Killion and family on the n certain reserve as to themselves, 390 pounds nt $90.00 fnrm of Mr. A. N. Merida, and Mr. hut Intulthely recognizing a mutual Crocodile's Record Swim. 345 pounds nt $99.00 ) and Mrs. Charlie Tuttlc are now hap- liking that made one to the other ae How crocodile swim? It was Friday morning 295 pounds nt . ...$100.00 Imps It far can nhe more practical1'er pily domiciled (n the house vncnted coptable. tc would when llryre ut In hl room reflecting 225 pounds nt $97.00 ask how fnr crocodile do swim? J. by Mr. Killion on the Filey farm over the fact that be was deeply In 270 pounds nt $95.00 Stanley Oanllner claim record the News of interest to friends in this love with his chance acquaintance. 2C5 pounds nt $90.00 for n crocodile (Crocodllus tMiruMis) community is the marriage of Miss His f.ire was lint of happy aspect, 85 pounds nt $105.00 that recently Innded In the FIJI U his thoughts nut at all evrcne. II 240 pounds nt $85.00 lands, where he took Its photograph Lillian Smith nnd Mr. Charles Hill, wns n serious situation, There wns both nntives of Whitley county, 265 pounds at $74.00 No crocodiles of this species Inhabit n very exelulte nml stylish lady nt 272 pounds nt $72.00 the FIJI Irland. and the nenrest spot The mnrriagc occuring at Harlan, on tho hotel who showed marked illswhere they are known to live l tin Dec. Uth. Miss Smith wns the as- tluctlon to lMiia. Her name, Hevcro. 375 pounds at $50.00 (Vsa New Hebrides, miles distant sistant teacher at Antioch school In wns the siinie as that of felna. and the 175 pounds nt $80.00 Therefore, this crocodile must hew the fall of 1917, nnd made many evening previous Ilryce had 150 pounds at $22.50 swam 0.S3 miles In the open mm. friends while here. Mr. nnd Mrs, flie two conversing In a close, friendly 90 pounds nt $18.00 Hill will reside at Lynch Ky., where way. . 3,415 pounds for $2,783.30) average-$81.50Ilryce Jnlncil lilna n few minutes Mr. Hill hns a splendid position. later. They went down to the lake Isaacs & Shriek sold: ami sought a shmted sMt, conversing Receding Chins. enstially, but n certain teiie of re- $88.00 100 pounds nt Onerally speaking, a receding, weak Hralnt Intluenclng both. I'lnnlly $93.00 195 pounds nt NONET chin Is a poor sign In mnn and woi-ialtrjco xike. $93.00 lt bout quntioa if Hum', Sal.. 155 pounds nt .Miss lteere, I eieet to leave here Ul, In the treatment b( Keiema. It doe not denote n uinu nature $95.00 285 pounds nt Teller Rmtwurtn.lich Me Dual shows n lack of nmrnl nnd mental tomorrow." betunediKuneied Lecaute other $99.00 145 pounds at force, nnd Indicate tbnt Its possessor "I nm rsirry, I sbnll miss joh." wns lrr.lm.nl, failed Hunt'.S.!,. $99.00 80 pounds at hai relieved nuodied. f Is easily discouraged. All the same. the reply, given with an immistnknble ea.e. You csn't lute oa on $100.00 100 pounds nt It linen tint do to sum tip anyone from note of sincerity. Mmnty Mmth C.in.lii, Try It at our lUk TODAY, Pike:, $97,00 the cMn alone. There may bo other 245 pounds nt "If It was not for. certnln rue talc luckily by characteristics which counterbalance $99.00 eoritlntled Ilryce. "there Is 170 pounds nt defects. somi'tliliiB I would be teitipteil to STAHMES DI1UG STORK. -.$89.00 150 pounds at to you." "No clreuiHstance should arise niil friends as we are. that should deter Hrfect conlldeiice," revis-ito- rs a y tiic jn:" car The Ford Sedan, ... decttte stnrtinR nnd rimtwith iH-lne- ii lighting tires all nruttnil, in tlw iitcal fumilr car ixcatwc ofitsgcncrnl utility nrul rrlclntHlcofforttiltlc crjuipmcnt. ffincly iiprtosaterotl. 1'lntc g!o winiinws. An cijxn enr in the pring , Mimiirtr, and early fall. A vhucd car in inclemnt tlust nwf. In weather nnd wint.r. Tlie low the city or the auntr) , a U ily cost of operation and iimintename m not the least of in chnm . Vion't yoti loitve in and look it over? -- tr. Haselden Bros Garage. 1 I I I I I I aJ" l I a, M ' a a M TOBACCO HI6H. Tobacco is selHnir hie,'h at tho Wnrchotist' at Lancaster, New Tolmcco (j But Tobacco Canvas IS GOING i CHEAP AT I 1 BECKER hik'her. & BALLARD'S Il I Get yours early w hile we have it at 8 Take ntlvantaue of our early buyink' cents. it is ...... Weber Wagons f No better wagon The Weber fifth wheel and the swivel reach couplinv; are worth ?20. each to you during the life of your waKon, and our price on the Weber, quality considered is either much too low or the price on compare anil draw oiuer wiiKons nnicn too niKn. your own conclusion. Sold in the Southland Mince 1815. (t) ed built. ir pj fL ij I lacK n I clrciim-stnnret,- tsecKer & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. o ,4, 'I1 ills-clos- e IV Which Shall It Be? J. tl. tW WW. Haiums ;v. joiinmi.v. I Ill.lent V xMmi nov.ts4. luirr sml A "I. Sk-'M Ul Jlir II. KIWKLL. ladu-iMk .l , t y J PROTECTED E. C. GAINES I I A CommonweaMi Imurance PcJicvMsanrProieeiimi RECORD OF GROWTH INSURANCE FOR FOURTEEN YEARS IBtQ tt 1010 IMS . .,,.. ..,,. IN fOa.CC , tu.ssa.oao 910.040. 110 DEC. 31, 1919 poucica COMMONWEALTH $20,022,032 136,000,000 CO. i.aa in ros.ee LIFE INSURANCE LOUISVILLE, KY. plied Kdnn sweetly. "Then I tun going to tell jnti the.t 1 lovo you." Kdim's eje dnioNsl, he was Hllent. "I am sorry I did not tell )nu more about myself." went on Ilryce dejectedly. "I have a confession to mukii. I hate been Milling tinder false colon. I am out of my natural circle. In fact, Ml Itevere, I ntu not rlirbtfiilly one of the giddy crowd where I have no place. Neither wealth nnr social vostlon are mine. "Why, I nm glad of that," spoke I'lenrly rellevedly, It "I niniii liere by n freak of chance." pron-eileltrjie. "1 wns one of the fortunate competitors for u freo wi- cntlnn " A merry laugh Inlerrupteil Ilrjre. In some mystification bo regurdeil'hls compniiloii. Sim bud drawn closer to him. "Vou have coinpnrry then, Mr. Mor gan," she suiu cheerily, "in your uar-In- g !nulon of the chosen few. for I also am n prize winner," llryco Incredu You." exclulmiil lously. "Yes. I nm a stenographer In lh city, and hulled with delight free entrance Into mi anticipated paradise. Like all of li ir rhllilreii of tin) cotiiinoii world, I hnvo birii Itiiornl. except fur u distant relative, n Indy I met hero uliii has been very kind and friendly to me. Hut for Mrs. lie. vere and )oii, dear friend. It would have been rather depressing." "Then I havti not been presumptu ous." You have helped tntike my slay benutifiil!" declared Kilns. She was ready to bo klmed, and willingly llryre kissed her. It was thi rrndrr seal of ihelr tnj;sieiiint. Glen Lilly the FLOUR that compeets with QUALITY at a fair price made from selected Garrard County Wheat. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The'Centra. Record, Lancaster! Ky., Thursday Jan 5, 1 ! 920 I NURSE OFFERS si Sure HER OPINION OF TONIC'S MERITS SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF Oil ha i rrutona Worked Like WORKING FOR BETTER BULLS 'Juxedo Hog Ration UNTIL you feed Tuxedo Hog you cannot know how cheap- Magic In My Case," Mrs Richey Asserts S. Community Disposes of Missouri Eighteen Nondescripts, Using Six PurtbretU I, stead. U'r pared 1Y the Unit! HUUs Department n( Agriculture.) I low n bull aoclptbin transformed a iilh IS tmiidescript d bull Into a community with that number of good purebred slrc I fnmi hlch liriMliicliig nncestor ei plained by nn extension worker of the dairy division. When n bull association was started In n rnmmunlty In Webster county, Missouri, llie best bull In the community became n standard for tho bulls selected by the bull aclatlon. one-thir- I'ailuriili, Ky., Jnn. Nth. Mr. CO yrrtn old, of 411 South ly pork can be developed. Tuxedo is Sixth itrert, linn been n resident of n quick fnttcner n never-failin- g proI'niliicnh for tlio pniit twenty-seve- n of which hnve years, twenty-on- e ducer of live, sturdy, good looking nurse. been spent na n practical hogs. The formuln is compounded, These years of experience ns n nurse along lines suggested by a prominent have given to Mr. Klchey a thorState Experiment Station Official. ough knowledge of ninny dilfcrcnt medicine, a fact which lend Note of what Tuxedo Hog Ration is made, force to her indorsement of and you will understand why it is so very Trutonn, the perfect tonic. nutritious: Dniester Tankage, Com Meal; "Tru tonn lis worked like mhRic Ground Barley, Ground Oats, Wheat Midin my ense , is the tribute pnld the dlings, Old Process Oil Meal, Gluten Feed, perfect tonic hy Mr. lllchcy. Alfalfa Meal. "I'd hnd kidney trouble for ev oral years," she iaid. "This caused Thi3 balanced mixture is sweetened with Hili)s in my hack so severe nl times Cane Molasses. that I could hnrdly net around, My stomach was In hnd condition, too, protein n After eating I'd feel tdoatcd nnd A "MAT VQTQ. CAKH0IIYDKATE3 fibre 7 1N 55M: FAT 3.5 would he annoyed hy u shortness of hreath. Ilecnuse of my weakened kidneys I would have to get up raven Made by the Manufacturers of Tuxedo Chop, or eight time during the night. Sweets, Tuxedo Scratch, Cc Egg Majh "The relief I've gained from Tru Seo Your Nearest Dealer tonn Iihs hcen remarkable. I nvvur hnve to get up in the night now, un FOR SALE BY tycount of my kidneys. The pains WI1.LARD WHITTAKCK, Crt.L, Kentucky. Sil.tr in my hack nave disappeared. Ami C.ARKAKI) MILLING COMPANY, Lanc.tUr. Kentucky. my stomach well, it' sulficient to Lowell, Kentucky. T. R. KUIILMAN, My that I enjoy my meals a never before. The beauty of it is that New Shoe Machine. That's the Spir t. everything: I ont agree with me. I I"0'" Hi Many with n "ple .t'k "" manufacturer n machine can recommend Trutonn na tlie medi wIhJc rnt of ". in their bns '"'n lntntI tn Inre the sldc that gives relief and I hope Walk rtcht up t.. ur dim- - of the l" "f "hoes tosclher so that cine hrnl they can be drawn tlchtly otcr tba other suffering ns I did will try it." rultles with jiur .at .JT l.mt tr Trutonn Is now being introduced last. to dodce round them. Ktckance. nnd explained in Lancaster at Me Robert Drug Store. Advertisement. A. IHchey, ines-timnb- le :s yesrs OOI.n MKDAI. llsrlm snabtnl aurrrlntf huminlijr to wllhnlanil nf klilnry. Itrtr Ms'litrr ant stnmsrh irqubiwi an l 'i . disraswi ri.nnectnl with ih i.t nrssns and In bull-- 1 up ami trilorf to health orrans weakened by i1im-Ttmost Important "tfn run watched, because they niter h. .tir.f tho blood, unleea they do their warK you are, doomed Werinr. lepleiinee, nervousne.. driimndenay. backarhe. stomach pains In the Inine nnd lower ab. domen. rravel. when urlnst-IniI lunibstn rheumatlem. ecsiua all warn you or trmiblo wn yi. ir kidneys. K)l.t MKDAI. Haarlem f1 t'- - rr 1tlkt . iro'i-ble- dlTl.-eit- y r. ites are the reme.tr you Taka !i:iree .ir rour eery d,y TJio healing n.1 llnlnet af kIi nun if ,. t. ki.i.ex nil- n nii( ii ,y oeaisas. i a. .lilt .. ... 1 -- if been r it,r,. runttim.' .rea . ! for whlia i.-I. Ne. p youreelf it i ant rs- ;tt reaurn ef J',. ui wall until are latfapabta nf fl Shr, taking M .na. Otl I'tneutea to4ny l0 MHOAL. Mill cKeerfMlli refHn.1 mir mnay a:tynn re not ii.Me. Taurdme If with rewulls. pine . -i 'e oriainAi tmporxe ed 'i it.I) )U:A, .n. aerept no eub-- I at e In three a tm pack ifM Al all drur t irr . i t i '.,. . , M . r IH-n'- h')em K- ' Hr $1.00 Starts a Savings Account -- I OlO. s; The Type of Animal That Is GalnlnQ Popularity Occaus of the "Better Sire, Dttter Stock" Campaign. All of the new bulls, then.nre na good or better than the best bull Hint wn With The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. John Praise IM M tnmm U..t eera!, a. MlM al rle r i.iW, l)f -- til Ihr .wi.wi H a. t rfabrn.1 JIMI J. MUX. The Successful Farmer Raises Bigger Crops and cuts down costs by investment in machinery. labor-savin- g Good prices for the farmers' crops encourage new investment, more pioduction and greater prosperity. Hut the success of agriculture depends on the growth of railroads the modurn beasts of burden that haul the crops to" the world's markets. The railroads like the farms increase their output and cut down unit costs by the constant investment of new capital. With fair prices for the work they do, the railroads are able to attract new capital for expanding their facilities. ' Kates high enough to yield a fair return will insure railroad growth, and prevent costly trallic congestion, which invarjably results in poorer service at higher cost. National wealth can increase only as our railroads grow. Poor railroad service is dear at any price. No growing country can long pay the price of inadequate transportation facilities. ' dlifo advertisement ft publkhed by Hie vcuUvL s&Moci(iliotif$(iitiv(Uj Tktut alio Juiriif information toncerninf tkt railroad tilif Th .k.oo'a-li- s Uin liUtaturt ly icrUm of Kailtty totntim. II tiro!!. Nt IV. swy llefore the bull association was organized the IS bulls In tho communnn average ity were valued nt of JT.VUS. One or two of these bulls were purebred and the ret were largely grade and scrubs of mixed dairy and beef breeding. After the asxMiatloti wns formed these nonde-crlwere disposed of anil six purebred dairy bulls wcn purchnsetl at a total cor of $1,0.'", an average of $270 an animal. The more efilclent utlllmtlon of the noplnlloti tiuIN resulting from or--1 cnnlrntloi: of the nssiK'intlon mndo It broil bulls to lx Uri Lloyd Gives tMMwIble for the the punbull formerly IS lake i lie place of iiHiltitnliie.1. The reduction In the to number of bulls also nulterdu a redtictliui in the cost ol I'rof. John I'ri Lloyd, author of "Stringtown On The Pike." in writ- maintenance to be charged to ench ing of Transylvania College nt Lex- ciw. Improvement In the quality ot The ington sys: the bulls seemed to hnve n marked efis dear to me "Trurwylvanin fect on the clns of tows kept In 11. i also because ef tho many distinherd, nnil In less than one yenr attei guished men af the South wlto the nssodntlon win fonnwl the mini' were educated tls, rc. and esIter of pun-brefemale la the community Increased from two In July pecially from the fuct tluit the iniS. to 12 tlie following June. The great naturalist. Hatlnosque, to Inrse amount of good which resultint whom I frequently refer in my fmm the transformation f n scrub-bul- l writing, was u professor in roimnunUy Into a romniunlly ol Trunsylvnniu and closely observ- good purebred slrei Is an ngrlcnlttiral ed the t1ro of your etitlru re- Impmvrment hanl to panillol. espeI often have ocension to gion. cially when It Is considered that Tills quote from this distinguished change was made with nn expenditure of only $10 more Kr farmer, anil man of n century ago." that the ue of good sires will result In Dog. tle nofInstlng Improvement to dairy catthe the community. people of Kentucky would not The held it against the (iowrnor of the FAVOR. RAISING FALL CALVES Legislature should forget to repeal law. True, campaign . Expert of South Dakota College Gives the dg-taReasons Why Farmers Will Find pledge should be kept, hut Mr. Mar-- 1 It Profitable. row w elected in spile of, rather! than because of. his somewhat hum-- 1 Several reasons why fanners' find it oreut attacks on the luw as an invas- more protltnhle to nilo fall cnlvea nr right to the glvetl us follow by Prof. C. Larson ol ion of the poor man' untramtneled petwuaaion of Old Tig. South Pdkntn Statu college: In fart, the tax law is recognized A row tlmt rrelien In the fall will pretty generally n a protection forj produce nlotut 'M per cent morw milk ' d canine hflvlng a during the year than one that calve In tbu do, n legal status never attained by the the spring. Dairy products bring the fnrmei Aog that cannot boast n license tag. The tax is only $1 n year, and any alMitit n third more money In wlntei dog worth having is cheap at the than In spring. Winter dairying allows of more and Any man whu can afford to price. lnlwir lifter the Hold work Is keep h dog1 can iwiro the dollar for cheaper done. '.he tax, which is only t per cent of Winter dairying nvolds llles that cut what it cost to feed Tower for, down tho milk How und Uither the, twelve months. Some men may not mtlk-fccalve. spend J25 a year for feed for their Calve dropped In tho full will do pet, but each dog, un the average, well under good winter can nnd when cat food worth iH and it has to be spring arrive they are ready for pn turo with the other young cattle. pnld for somehow. Avoid mating too early In the fall, When n dog isn't fed by it owner it has to And tuitonance, and a hun- Walt until December and January. gry dog; isn't overly particular about the rights of properly or the preservation of the fthep industiy. No i ji DAIRY NOTES man has a right to keep a dog or n pack of dogs ut the vtipense of the rtaht of another man to keep a sheep board on tho cow Nail up that loo-or a (look, nor has any man a right to stable. allow his dog, or dogs to roam and Pumpkins ninko a good feed foi forage beyond the owner's property dntry cow. line. The Times lev dK and it wil: Before milking wash the cow uddo all it can to protoct IImhm. The der nnd tliuikK and wipe with n tlami burnt dwfeiis that cmh Iht made in be doth, Italf of any deg; is to kep It under sueh control owlll guarantee iu Keep the- milk tightly covwed at all good character and bohaviar. and th tltucv. and protect utetMeil fren tin dot; law, if enforced, will aure this und dust. control.' The next-bedefense is It la equally Important that the cow to provide for roirabutHng thosv burn Ih kept clean and an abundance whose sheep may be killed. The oog of good bedding thrown around ut all tax makes thia pnuisloii. It hi lime. , maudlin to wax sentimental over the poor man who can't alfurd to pay the In dairying labor limy be utilized at a more uniform rate throughout tin tax. A man who can't afford to pay n yenr than In nearly nny other farm dollar u year, for hi dog, cunnot af- bUklllCM. ford to feed a dog and if ho doesn't For the complete development of feed It, who doe? Tho dog law calf It Is necessary thut Ita molhei might be Improved, but it should not bo properly fed and cared for befort bo repealed. Louisville Times. the cslf Is born. pt Inthe community before, THE NATIONAL BANil OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. K. DENNY, President S. C. DENNY, Cashier Surplus $30,000. J. Book-keeper. E. STORM GS, Vice-Pre- st C. M. THOMPSON, Book-Kccpc- r. Teller. J. R. HARRIS, Individual HUGH MOBLEY, General Transylvania. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. B. Swlncbroad, Alox R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormcs, 0. S. C, Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. d A HOME WHERE ECLIMATE BUY IN THE HIGHLANDS SOIL tOl'ISIANV E U XE OK AR V AND 1 1) L E j The Dollar For x Climate mild, even nnd healthful Get nway from the rigorous winter. Soil rich, sandy loam well ndapt-e- d for all staple crops corn, oats, potatoes, cotton nnd sugar cane in abundance. Splendid Good roads. schools. Any size tracts from 10 Price acres up only 130 per nfre. Termi $0 rash, no further payment for three years, then balance in five nnnunl payments. Seven year to pay for land. Write at once for further information. S. T. HANDLE CO., 502 Fayette Bank Building. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. c:BC3E$3E&2X STOP! LOOK! of tux-pai- LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE ' We are equipped with machinery to do nil kinds d AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING On all makes of Automobil i's or En?iiio&. We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. ;:s::::::x::x - We have installed battery charger and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytclene und Oxygen Welding Machine wo can weld 'most any broken part of an gns engine or farming machinery. At i.ny time you need help on your Auto, Gas Kngino or any other kind of machinery, call tin and we will be glad to come to your rescue eithor day or night. No job too large or too small. Wo also carry a largo stock of auto purU for Kords and other makes of cars. We handlo the New Crown Gn8oliuo which given more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. Wo also furnish Free Air antl are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day nnd Night. Satisfaction guaranteed. uuto-mobil- e, i Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster.Ky. Thursday, Jan 15, 1920. FENNER'S WAREH'SE Walnut Street, Danville, Ky. Columbus Took a Chance HE HAD TO, BUT YOU DONT'T HAVE TO Bring your tobacco to Fenner's Warehouse, Danville, where you are assured of the highest market prices at all times. Our market is very strong on all grades, especially the better grades. We have a strong corps of buyers and you can't make a mistake by bringing your tobacco to us. We watch every pile closely and see that yeur tobacco brings the top market prices. We want to take this occasion to thank our friends and customers for their very liberal patronage and assure you of our high appreciation of the same. Be sure and Jtry us with your next lot and let us convince you that we know how to sell tobacco for the most money. Remember our motto: "Clever treatment, a square deal and the highest market prices at all times." Yours to Serve, Fenner's Warehouse, Danville, FENNER HENRY COUNTY Farms For Sale. WOODS A DOUGLAS, Box 16. C& PITT, Proprietors. Walnut Street. Another Family Jar. All the world knows that General Pershing and General Wood have ubout as much love for each other as an alley cat for a bull pup. And yet each, It seems, would not be averse to becoming president of the United States and ths commander-in-cof the other. hief meet When Wood and Pershing they bow elaborately and palaver politely and then duck their separate ways as quickly as possible. Hach has his friends and admirers, but to the public In general it Is somewhat amusing. Dut family Jars, you know, am al ways the source of much amusement to all except the family. Our great and distinguished gener als, finding no other fields to ton- quer, will now proceed to devour each other. Real EsUta. Saithfield, Ky. for We have a nice Hit of farms tale, among them the following bar gains 108 acre at ..1100. per acre. 260 acres at $125. per acre. COO acres at $ 84. per acre. 42 H acres at .$200. per acre. C7 acres at . $200. per acre. $110. per acre. 87 acres at 97 acres at $125. per acre, . . $250. per acre. 13S acres at 3G acres nt ..$118 per acre. . ..$1C0. per acre. 240 acres at 100 acres at $100 per acre. 234 acres at ...$200. per acre. 132 acres at .$150. per acre. KG acres at . .$124. per ucre. iOO acres nt ....$130. per ucre. $150. per acre. 220 acres at $115. per acre. 130 acres ut $225. per acre. 282 acres at $100. per acre. 82 H acres at $200. per acre. 228V& acres at $225. per acre. 305! acres at 180 acres at J MO, per acre. $ DO. per acre. 330 acres at 80. per acre. 112 ncres ut ..... . new to the EngliiA people. Manchester, (Eng) Gazette. The Swiss Hell ICsgers who are novtouring Kurope played a splen did concert for the Temperance Society last evening. Their instru-- . meats were new and novel and well played Liverpool (Kroc) Times. A new and interesting concert was gives last evening by the Swiss Hell Kingar. now playing in England. The very unusual program of novelty musical instruments wsa one of exceptions! merit, and the large appreciation by their applause. (Eng) Times. II tlort real deveand Inter the priests of ICgyTt. wihi were the only men ol days, delearning In lho voted much time to the manufacture Public Sale OF Perfume. Splendid Farm. I will on .. IVrfssn lopment In rwlved anclt . of pcrisa nod aromatic-oils- TUESDAY, JAN.' 20th, 1920 Rockefeller And Others For many yean it has been cusscarce to tomary when news wo take a wallop at John D. If he rave ten thousand to charity, we figured that he would salve his conscUnce by raising the price of oil. Whichever "sy the cut Jutspcd, John I), would land in front of it A few years ago the giving of a million to churity would create stir. Today it is nothlag. John I), save u hundred millions ......$ 1.1-3- To Have and Not to Hold. ruiolayo of tho Century com- ' behind tho cosuter uno day tuny roughly ilresseu man entereii when n.il nsitvd If any storlcj were wonted. Tin nrranri-- f iinil ihu vewmnco of driving just cvrno off ail uHlgrsM ship. Anytriiag ho cared to 'esvo would bo hnndri to. tbe editors. s!w rlerk told bin. 'Cho mn turned and walked out 'Aw Cutury company nd It! Hubert I.uIm Stevenson. W.HIsro W. Authors." "A Golden Ab. An ! AT TEN A. M. PROMPTLY. SELL THE SPLENDID FARM KNOWN AS THE WEBB FAULKNER FARM, LOCATED ON THE GOOCH PIKE, TWO MILES FROM 1. Qulf Stream. Ths current of water ttirouuli the ocon, which la commonly called the (Julf atresia, if of varying width at lifto erent point. Its width. iicrordln may tho conditions that Intluencu it, vary from 45 to 100 miles, ami Its courso also varies allk'htly from time to time. In popular usage the nnmt y to designate Is often applied tho Qulf stream proper, but much ol the oceanic drift of the north Atlantic not-onl- to philanthropy Christmas mcening, and by night the story was too old for repetition. from Hut John 1). is different money his others. He scatters abroad in the hope, that It sill do Tho new some good In the world. generation of money king hugs It to their own breasts anil (rowls at the poor devil who begs a nickel for a crust of bread. , The devil may become John D. even yet. peeved at Unique Belgian Sport Huntl.luuit radii Is u sport enjoyed by ltolgtans uiid visitor sand dune of jx I'anne. Tin ore so named bemuse they urc Malted on the short'. A small frame l snreuU on four wheel and on tho cros bur the frame Is, set u icood led must and Mill. Tliln wheeled craft U guided by u roje, a boy steer a bob or n small wheel. Io n good led braes the boats make 15 to 20 miles an hour. The sand sailor cuii tack or turn hU craft around Just as easily as If tt were sailing ou water. "lK lati it PRESS COMMENTS OF EUROPE. HIN'GEItS, THK SWISS 11KLL guve a splendid concert in Queen's Hall of the Y. M. C. A. The Hall was well filled and the novelties Introduc ed by the company was very Inter esting and well received London (Eng.) Telegraph. Tho concert at Temperance Hall given by the Swiss Kelt Ringers was a great auccess. The members of the company were all artists and played many instruments that were POINT LEAVELL. ' This farm contain 77 acres and will be sold in four tracts and then as a whole, the sale realizing the most money to be accepted. TRACT NO. I: Contains forty acres, with six room house, well JUmewt Too Goo an Excuse. built and very convenient, three acre tobacco barn, all necessary outSurah wns Invited with her older trr to take to wits a friend of her buildings, splendid orchard and productive garden. mother. The llttlo ictrt wn iitixlutss to (Vshor slsttr rreillt, bat minipJIin TRACT NO. 2: Contains 111-- 2 acres all in grass. This is good feru plec of rnku wUkh she hnd tsken tile soil and is well adapted for tobacco. Right on the pike and an ideal 4on her iduto wan. uuublo to eut It bailding site. itnuo she did not Uks it Iter noticing this, said: "Why, Hamh. you haven't eaten yotvr rukn I" Drawing a TRACT NO. 3: Contains nine acres, all in grass, right on the pike long nronlh nd not wishing to hurt Another building site. fowling nth. replied! and likewise very productive. her friend's No, It Is so good. I cun't."TRACT NO. 4: Faces the county road and contains 16 2 acres. Human Life Needs Beauty. Old Blue Grass Sod, well watered and ready for the plow. Good buildMen cutniot llvti by lireetl alone. Ts mind raunot develop ou an exclusively ing site. Kill-wort- h... atx- -r Imh lio-dc- , ii Ho - 1-- hclcntlflc dltt. If we vat on our Kfta-ninglolm and studied only tho physical luw that keep It goltic vr should either luuutlce r ma chine. The Hues of brautr la the form and decorutluu of a vuso, and the studied hurmouy of tows bud colors that atlr the soul, as though they were musical souuds, sre llko to tbe Inscriptions made on his dungeon wulls by a lift prisoner, whu, with tbelr aid, drives away tnaduess and keeps UU ntlod sweet." Chicago American. e This entire farm lies perfectly level and can be plowed with tractor. Is well water ed and in a splendid neighborhood. Convenient to school and churches.' Anyone desiring to look over place before day of sale please call by phone and will gladly show same. Possession of the farm can be given In tan days from day of sale. TERMS will be liberal and annouacedthat day. S. L. SUTTON CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. Phene 3S2-U- . Stanford, Ky., Route Ne, 4.