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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 22, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920012201_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 22, 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 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 22. 1920. En- TODAY TRIRTIITHIYIAR NUMIIR 43. HIGH: HIGH: HIGH: Of the Lancaster Tobacco Market. Some of the bct hnve been mnilo ea-to- LOCAL BANKS suing Year. That's What They Say Elect Officers For Dougherty and Sims, 1865 pounds, average $82.15. Pence and Smith, 2420 lbs. lis, average $60. 00. Clark and Sob, 1425 pounda, average $83.14. average $S3.ag. O. T. Uyten, 1875 pounds, I lASiftittMK AaMei AA&MtyOfl&40Vy average $88.31. 10 IfHU1 pounds, a vera go $52.21. Ray and Price, 2120 pounds, and Belten, 2M3 Iks, average $87.98. average $71.40. Ballard nnd Frank tin, 2088 Loo and Loar, 90 pounds, pounds, avorago $84.80. of the crop average running aa hlh condition, carrying deposits nmount-in- g aa $95.00 a hundred. They arc tnk-tn- i; to nenrly $2,000,000 nt this time, enre of all the wagon ns fait m nnd nil nre being conducted in n wny they come in, thit la due to the fact thnt is pleasing to their stockholders e that the liUKe building will nccomo-dat- nnd is n credit to the officers In 125 waeon. charge. I,ook nt these averages: Few changes were made in tha Kelly and Lnkrs solcl 145 pounds directors, officers nnd at RO crnU; 75 pound at HO cents; election ofMr. - (2. Davidson, suconly that H5 eenta; 76 pound at 130 pounda nt Champ as cashier of 117 centi; HG pound at 11.00; 120 ceed Mr. W. F. Citizens National Hank. Mr. pound nt $1.00; 45 pound at $1.00; the Champ reslcnlng severnl weeks ngo. 05 pobsids nt DO rent; 1H0 pound at The following were elected nt the DO rent; 195 pound at 82 centa; Citizens, bank: HO eenta; 85 pound at 100 pounda at II. F. Hudson, President; J. J. Vn. 75 cent. L. O. Davidson,' Cherry and Stewart told 100 lb at ker, Vice President; Cashier; W. O. Illgney, Assiitnnt 78 cent; 200 lb at 80 centa; 140 lb J. Walker, Jr., at HO cenU; 270 lbs at HI centa; 205 cashier; Joe F. Miller, Teller; Ass't Mrs. Cashier; W. 91 centa; 124 lb at t7 centa: lU at N C. Hamilton, Assistant Teller. 316 Iba at 7H cenU; 2H5 lbs nt 84 change in the director There cent; 105 lbs at 09 cent; 380 lb, ship. wna no H4 centa; 340 at 92 centa; 250 lb nt The Garrurd Ilnnk und Trust Com lbs at 79 centa; 170 lbs at 74 centa; pany elected the following; 335 Iba nt 71 cenU. K. K. Mcllobert. President; V. K. Ilarker nnd llarkcr (old 300 lb nt Cook. J. W. Klmore, 80 cent; 100 lb at HI centa; 265 lbs Cnshicr;; V. S. Hopper, Assiitnnt at 99 centa; 350 lbs at 79 centa; 130 Cashier; E. U Gndsberry, Assistant lbs nt OH cenU. I). Tomlinson and WesGeorge Spoonamore aold 70 lb at Cashier; II. ley Courts, The fol70 cent; Hi lbs at Hi cent; 40 lb lowing now compose the directors of At 89 rents; 90 lb at 91 cent 180 V It. K. McKoberts, It. Iba at Ot cent; 340 lbs nt 90 centa; this bank; Cook, T. J. Price. W. II. Hrovrn. J. II. 116 lbs at 99 cents; 90 lbs nt $1.09; F. II. Markibury, V. A. 25 lb nt $1.12; 05 lbs at $1.11; 05 Dalton. IL L Ilurton nnd A. 11. Drown, Jr. lbs at 92 cents. 80 lbs nt HO cents; The Nntional Buns elected the fol25 lbs at H2 cenU; 30 lira at 83 cents; low tng officers, there being no 170 Iba at H4 cents. change, nil of them having served Amon and Underwood sold 155 lbs faithfully during the past year or At HO cents; 100 lbs nt K6 cent; 135 more. They nre A. H. Denny, Presilbs at 97 cents; 225 lbs nt 94 cents: K. Stormes, Vice President; 140 lbs at $104; 175 lb nt $1.01; dent; J. S. C IVnny, Cashier; C. M. ThompISO lbs At 98 cents; 230 lbs nt 99 It. Cent; 230 lb at C3 cents; 220 lb at son, Teller; J.Hugh Harris, Individual Mobtey, General 63 cent. The directors being I'rewitt nnd Anderson sold the fo. (5. II. Swincbroad. J. lowing 325 lb at 80 cent; 365 lb A. It. Denny. II. Potey, J, E. Stormes, '5. C. Denny, 89 cenU; 335 lbs At DC cenU; 1H5 at A. T. Sander nnd Dr. W. M. Elliott. lbs At H9 cents; 100 lbs At 91 cenU; 95 lbs at Ul cent; 240 Iba at 90 Richest c.tr; 216 lb at 71) cents; 85 lbs at 71 cents; 2S0 lb at 60 cents; 210 Iba Tim death of John F. Dodge of Detroit brings to mind the neglected at 65 centa. Marshbanks and Wardlow sold 240 fact that a laboring man need not lbs at 63 cent; 170 lbs At OA cents; feel there is any class distinction 196 lbs At 08 cents; 100 lbs nt 03 that can serve to hold him down if rent; 130 lbs at 60 cent; 165 lb at he has the qualifications necessary to 86 cents; 255 lb at 80 cents; 260 lbs success. John F. and Horace E. Dodge were mechanics just n few At 79 cents; 25 lb at 00 cent.. good Pope and Tarrance sold 365 lb at years ago. Hut they wer 71 cents; 65 Iba at 81 centa; 35 Iba mechanics and they didn't take any at 60 centa; 110 lbs at 00 cents; 100 interest in short hours or "class conIba at 00 cenU;185 Iba at 91 cenU; sciousness." a Henry Fonl waa a mechanic, too, 106 lbs at HI cents; 330 Iba at 81 cent; 80 lb at 87 centa; 125 lbs at and he, like the Dodge brothers, was 80 centa; 185 lb at 78 cent; 135 lb a good workman. The automobile business was in its babyhood then, at 07 cenU; 205 lb at 40 cenU. Lay and Cash sold 340 lbs at 84 and Henry Ford had lome idena, cent; 290 lb at 84 cent; 00 lb at which he presented to the Dodge 98 cent; 250 lbs at 00 cents; 210 lbi brothers. The three developed these at 85 cent; 320 Iba at 35 cent; 75 Ideas and the Ford car wjp the result. lbs at 51 cent. Ford developed n genius for efficiIialtard nnd Franklin sold the fol ency In manufacturing, but it is Leslowlntr baskets, 265 lb at H7 cent; lie ved thnt to one, or both, of the 270 lb at 90 cent; 35 lbs at 97 Dodge brothers Viust bo credited the cent; 45 lb at 99 cents; 220 lb at invention of the essential feature of 99 cent; 280 lb, si J1.00; 190 lb at the Ford engine, which ii, of course, $1.00; 00 lb at $1.00; 30 Iba at the Ford car. A few year ngo the $1.12; 240 lbs at 99 cents; 105 lbs Dodge brothers withdrew front the at 91 centa: 65 Iba at 00 centa; 245 Ford company and let up a factory Iba at 82 cent. producing a car of their own designJ !' Foley old 155 lbs at 79 cent; ing. They prospered in this venture 35 lb at 79 cent; 105 lb nt 88 nnd hnd the distinction of being the cent; 46 lb nt 93 cent; 40 lb nt two richeit brother in America. 08 cent; 80 Iba at 83 cent; 160 lb John F. Dodh'e, although a multiat 83 cent; 170 lb at 74 cents; 215 millionaire, wna "one of the men" of Iba at 69 cent; 215 lbs nt 67 cents. the fnctory up to the time of being Ilurton and Mc.Murtry sold 300 lbs fatally stricken with pneumonia nt 74 cents; 240 Iba nt 74 cents; 140 when on n business trip to New York. Iba at 70 cents; 205 lbs at 79 cenU; He took no interest in nodal life, 150 lbs at 79 centa; 305 lbs nt 80 preferring to find friendship in his cents; 230 lb nt 89 cents; 380 lb nt own plain, democratic way, Hirhes 90 cent; 290 lb nt 90; 305 lb nt could no more spoil such n man than 70 ccntn; 275 lb at 70 cents; 305 lbs could poverty hold him down. Louisville Times. at 70 cent. W, T. King iiold 220 lbs nt 85 cents; 220 lbs nt 89 cents; 210 lbs nt 91 cents; 235 lbs at 90 cents; 95 lbs On Monduy County Court Dny, nt nt 89 cents; 395 lbs nt 79 cents; 220 two. o'clock; at the resilience of Miss-e- s lb at 81 cent; 295 lb at 65 cents. Fnnnio nnd Hcttie West, on DanHumphrey and llulfmnn sold 100 ville street, 1 will sell all my houselb nt 03 cents; 250 lbs at 80 cents; hold good, comUting of bedsteads, 130 Iba nt 89 cents; 170 lb nt 81 carpets, chairs, bureau, and tables. cent; 220 lb nt 98 cent; 315 lb nt J. M. II I ATT. 80 cenU; 310 lb at 00 cents; KIIIIom Foley and old 346 lb nt average $78.05. 79 cents; 125 lb at 80 cvnts; 275 lb W. C. Tatum, 1920 pounds, At 83 cents; 110 lbs nt 89 cents; 40 average $08.40. lbs at 02 cents; 345 lbs nt 84 cents; Kelly and Lake., 1760 lbs, 276 lbs at 79 cent; 365 lbs nt 00 average $74.35. cent; 485 lb at 00 cent. Cherry and Stewart, 4780 IHook-keeper- s. book-krepvbook-keepr; alei of the at the Garrard serve during the ensuing year. Tobacco Wnrrhouie thi week, lome These banks arc all In a thriving n The three local bnnka of the city hnd their regular election of olTiccrs nt their office Tuesday afternoon of to Inst week, and elected officer DEPLORABLE ONLY 224 TAXABLE BOND ISSUE DEATH. PROPERTY DOGS LISTED. For Federal Highway. Burns Prove Fatal To Of Garrard County One Shows A Falling Off of FISCAL COURT ENDORSES BOND ISSUE AND ROUTES HIGH. ' 80 Per Cent. 'From Six Year Old Boy. Million More Than WAY BY "CAMP DICK Last Year. ROBINSON." Year. Cloth , Last Catch From Open Grata. very deplorable and sad accident occurred last Sunday morning when "J D." the ix year old son of Mr. P. II. Willinms, waa fntnlly burrred, hi clothe catching fire from an open grate, denth relieving hi suffering about seven n'clbck Sunday evening, twelve hour after the accident happened. of Mr. John Willinms, grand-fathe- r the little fellow, had gotten up nnd mado the fire In the room nnd while he wny In nnothcr part of tha house, "J, D." nroso and attempted to get something from the mantel, when his outing cloth night gown became ignited, screaming he ran from the house into the yard. Mis Rebecca Williams, hearing his screams ran to him, and succeeded in tearing the burning gown from him nnd in doing no, both of her hands were terribly and painfully burned. When Mr. Willinms arrived with u blanket, every stitch of clothing wns burned nnd the little fellow wns sulfering untold agonies. Kvcry medical attention was given, but to no avail, death resulting as stated above. Of course the family Is grief stricken nnd much sympathy is felt for the fnthcr, who was left n widower about one year ago, his wife having died under very sad circumstances, leaving three little children among them being "J. D." who was the oldest boy and the idol of his grand-fathewho has practically looked after him sinco the death of hi mother last December. Miss A r, He-bec- COUNTY AND STATE TAX TOTAL $14,700,852.00. Gnrrnrd county's Tax Commissioner, Mr. A. T. Scott, hns completed the list of Jaxablc p.opcrty for the county nnd the recapitulation has been turned over to County Clerk, J. II. Iiollmc. The total taxnble property, both county and state show a total of $14,700,852.00, which is about one million dollars more than the assessment wns last year. The rerapulntion shows that there nre 1 44,228 ncrcs of land in the county, the total assessed vnluc being $9,568,1 8.00. The live stock of the county is valued at $1,340,100.00 while the tangible property, less the exemptions, show n valuation of $1,014,802.00. The intangible property is listed at $1,540,207.00. The value of the implements in the county is placed nt $100,003.00. The town lots show a valuation of $277,005.00, while the improvements on snme nre nssexsed at $593,180.00. The totnl value of the merchandise of the county is $287,010.00. The Commi'slomtr's book shows thnt 533 nutomobiles nre listed in the county nt n total valuation of $230,010.00 nnd 20 Trucks, vnlucd nt $3,075.00. HUN CRIMINALS ARE DECIDED ON Definite List of Violators of War Laws were Drawn up Monday. Williams who hns ulso lived with them nnd helped-tcare for the children, is suffering severely from the bums And the shock of the hor- The Brothers. -- Public Sale. rible accident. After npproprinte services Monday AMERICA WILL HELP nftemoon the remains were laid nt rest in the Ijincnstcr cemctcry'i Paris, Premier Clemcncenu atthose of his mother, to awnit the tended Monday's meeting of the Resurrection Morn, Supreme Council of the Pence Conference nnd helped draw up a definite Ihttv of German officers and soldiers Business Deal. demanded by the Allies for trial on deals come so fast in charge of violating the laws of war. Ileal Lnnca-ttcone can scarcely keep up Ilritnin, and Nltti. Italy, and Hugh with them. One of the most import- C. Wallace and Ilaron Matsui, reant transnctions during tho past week spectively, American nnd Jnpancs was when Messrs John Gill and Rob- Ambassadors to France, were preert Kinnnird sold their garage build- sent nt the session. goving to Mr. J. D. Gulley, the price be If by that time the Jugo-Slaing, we arc told, was $5,000. ernment ho replied favorably to the Mr. Culley owns the building ad- virtual ultimatum sent to Belgrade joining the one Just purchased nnd by the Council relative to the Adrihe together with Mr. Fisher Herring, atic question, it will bo acted on. If who also owns the red brick next to the Jugo-Slav- a refuse to meet the the Gulley property, are contemplnt Council's demands, M. Clemenceau ing erecting n large apartment house, will leave the matter to be settled with modern restaurant in conne- by his successor. ction. They hnve the proposition It is improbable that the Premier under serious consideration and de- will take any part in decisions revelopments nre expected to material-iz- e garding the future form of tho counduring the next few days. cil, nnd its replacement by nn AmImmediately after closing the deal bassadorial Conference, ns his action Kinnaird would bind the man who assumes his with Mr. Gulley, Messrs Brothers purchased the Lackey prop- duties In tho French Government. erty of Mr. G. H. Swinebroad, diagQuestions regarding future repreonally across the street from the post sentation of France at tho Peace office nnd will nt once, erect n new Conference are brought up by the rennd modern garage nnd home for tirement of M. Clemenceau. He Is Dodgo cars, of which they have the not only head of tho French delegaexclusively agency for Garrard coun- tion, Vut President of tho conference, ty, and the sales of which have grown nniT three French plenipotentiaries, enormous throughout the coptmunity. Stephen Pichon, Capt. Andre Tardieu nnd Louis Klutz, nre members of the Clemenceau cabinet nnd will retire with him. The fifth member of the Combon, On Wednesday Jan. 7th, Mrs. Edd French delegation, Jules M. ClemenHubbard died at dier home on Fall is not irr the cabinet. Lick pike nftcr n month sulfering of ceau will assure continuity of diplomatic negotiations until a new minthat dreaded disease, tuberculosis. llessie was the daughter of Mr. and istry is formed, when he will resign Mrs. Moses Lnwson, was in her 21st ns plenipotentiary', .Mr. Lloyd George und Slcnor Nitti year, nnd had been n faithful mem ber ot tho M. E. Church since early will return to their capitals after childhood turd will be greatly missed Mommy's meeting to awnlt formation by her associate at Lnwson Chapel. of a new French cabinet before reof pending When told that she could not get suming consideration well she said, " I nm ready to go, I problems. Notable in tho list Is the question of the future status of Turhnve put my trust in God." She had only been married about key. exn year ami much sympathy i The text of tho note demanding pressed fur the young husband who extradition of former KmpcrorWill-tur- n Is left to mourn her loss besides of Germany, sent to Holland by father, mother, one brother, three tho Council, which will bo made pubsisters and a host of relative nnd lic Monday, I understood to support the demnnd by citing Article 227 of friends. Tha remain were buried In the the Versailles Treaty, which "pub-licl- y arraigns" the erstwhile Kniscr Lancaster cemetery. A cousin. for a "supreme otfense nguintt Inter nntional morality and tha sanctity of he-sir, v The records of the County Clerk that only 22 1 dogs hnve been listed for taxation or rather have applied for license tags up to this time. This is n falling off of over 80 per rent, from Inst year when 1030 dogs were licensed by their owners. The dog owners nre laying themselves liable nnd Sheriff Walker tells us thnt if the owners don't get busy thnt he will, as the law tells him plainly what to do In the event thnt owners refuse or neglect to comply with this law. Here is what the law says in n nut shell: The following arc cxtrncts from the Kentucky Stntutes. From: Section C8 114. Owners to pay license on each dog owned. On or before the 1st day of January 1919, jind on or before the 1st day of Janunry of ench yenr thereafter, the owner of nny dog shnll apply to the County Court Clerk, or deputy County Clerk, as hereinafter provided of the County in which said owner resides, cither orally or in writing, for a license for ench such dog owned or kept by him. From Sec. 08 All licenses shnll be void on the first day of Janunry of the following year. From: Sec. 08 On and after the 1st day of January 1919, it shnll be unlawful for nny person to own or keep nny dog unless such dog is licensed by the County Court Clerk or deputy of the County In which the dog is kept; nnd unless such dog nt nil times wears the collur nnd tng provided for by this act. From: Sec. 08 IM8. It shall be the duty of the Sheriff of the County or his deputy to seize nnd impound any dog or dogs which nre found running nt large nnd unaccompanied by its owner or keeper. It shnll be the duty of the Sheriff or deputy to seize nnd impound nny dog running at large which docs not bear a proper licensed tag. Sec. 08 Officer guilty of nonfeasance penalty. For failure to pcrfor any duty under the provisions of this net, nny officer shall be liable to a penalty of not less than five nor more than twenty dollars for each offense, which nmount due such officer from the nmount shall be deducted from nny County at any settlement between such officer and the governing authorities, or if it appear that nothing be due, then to be collected as nny Other fine, and ns provided by law. From: Sec. 08 Violation of law Penalty. Any person other than an officer violating or failing or refusing to comply with, any of the provisions of this act, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor nnd upon conviction shall be ndjudged to pay a fine of not exceeding one hundred dollars or to undergo nn imprisonment of not exceeding three months, or both, at the discretion of the Court. show vy There wns n good crowd nt tho meeting called by Judge Forest Stnpp for yesterday morning, to consider ways and menns to finance tho Federal that now is assured for Garrard County. The meeting lnstcd most of the day, most of tho time being consumed ns to whether nn additional 20 cent tax should be voted at tho timo the vote Is to be taken on he bond c. is-u- U-- 7. It was unanimously agreed that a bond Issue should be put up to tha vote of tho people, but many doubted if the 20 cents additional tax was added, that it would meet with favor by n majority of the voters. After some discussion, the tax was agreed to be left off nnd a committee appointed by Judge Stnpp to secure the necessary number of voters to n petition, asking for n vote on tho bond issue, nnd samo will bo presented to Judge Stapp next County Court day, which is next Monday. The department of roads at Frankfort have estimated that the road will cost approximately $18,000 a mile, it will be necessary to vote n bond of $192,000 to cover the county's part of building the rond which will run from Kings Mill on the Danville and Lcxngton pike through Lnncnstcr over the Richmond pike to Paint Lick, n distance of nbout twenty miles. The meeting wns nn enthusiastic one and from the expression heard from those attending, it was unanimous that the Federal Highway proposition should be accepted, nnd thnt when properly put before the people of the county, it will be as unanimous as was the sentiment nt the meeting yesterday. ICE AND SLEET Demoralize Business Here For Two Days. We nre two days late this week owing to the heavy sleet that struck this community last Tuesday night. The electric light plant, which furnishes tha Record with tho "Juice" that runs its entire plant, were forced to shut down early Thursday morning, owing to the number of fallen trees and cross wires of the telephone exchange. The damage to the telephone com pany and electric light plant was the heaviest ever suffered from sleet up to this time. It is said that almost every telephone pole, from Lancaster to Paint Lick is down. Pupils Examination. Miss Jennie Hlgglns, County Sup crintendent, informs us that nn examination for pupils of the eighth grade to enter High School, will be held In her offices on Friday and Saturday, January 30th and 31st. All desiring to take this examination must be on hand promptly. Sec Mount's add. Jury Money Ready. The jury money for the November Jurors in now ready to be paid to Joo J. Walker, same. Trustee Jury Fund. Hubbard. ALVIN ESTES Succumbs At Richmond Mr. A. 1). Kites died nt his home on Irvine street, Saturday afternoon, January 17th, after n painful illness of several months of n complication of troubles. He hnd consulted he best physicians, but nil proved of no avail. Mr. Estes was born Sep .ember 2, 1873 in Garrard county. He moved to Rjchmond six years ago. He conducted a grocery store I nine street for about six yenr nnd wu held In high esteem by lib. friends nnd neighbors. On nccount of ill health, he recently sold his stock of goods to Mr. Maffett. The deceased was married to Mis Lucy Cornctt, of this county, a singular coincident being that he met Ids wife tho 17th of January, nnd died on the sumo date, 25 years later. Ho wa for many year a membceof the Christian church, was prominent in lodge circle, being a member of the Improved Order of iled Men, nnd He Is suralso the Masonic lodge. vived by his devoted wife, five sisters and six brothers. Funeral services were conducted nt his late residence Monday morning, at 11 o'clock, by He was laid Dr. II. W. Carpenter. to rest with Masonic honors. The warmest sympathy of a large circle of friend is extended to tbo bereaved widow In her great loss. Register. -- Richmond Combination. Tho LouisLouisville Post and The Louisville Herald con bo had now in connection with THE CENTRAL A year' subscription to RECORD. The Courier-Journa- l, ville Time, The either of the city dailies and the RecDo ord in combination costs $0.00. not delay; the probabilities aro that subscription rates will advance soon. Fleet Of Motor Trucks. The Kentucky Motor Truck Dealers' Association will start a fleet of fifty motor trucks from Lexington on Monday, February 10th, for an advertising tour of Central Kentucky. The fleet will travel four days and will visit the following town in Nicholasville, tho order nnmed: Frankfort, Lawrcnccburg. Salvka, Stanford, Harrodsburg, Danvlllo, Lancuster, Paint Lick, Richmond, Winchester, Mt. Sterling, Sharps-bur- g, Carlisle, Millersburg, Paris, Georgetown and back to Lexington. It is planned for stops to bo made in each town with talks by some member of the Truck Dealers' Association. An attempt U being made to get the Goodyear Pilot car that made the trip from coast to coast last year, to head the fleet. Cyn-thiar- ia, to the Dutch Government's sentiments of Justice, begging It to asaoclato ltelf with the Allies diploma in a "work of exemplury repression", Transylvania College' are widely recognized. They nre according to a report . given full credit by the United State It might, however, be economical Bureau of Education, tho General Education Board, Board of Educa- to elect Mr. Hoover president He tion of New York, Kentucky and could do his presidcntlng and food controlling all at the same time. other states. Transylvania's Worth Widely Recognized. treaties." It appeal The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 22. NEGLECTING THAT OR COUGH? 1 920 Th Vapor Treatment FOR Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. GOLD Why, when Dr. King's New Discovery so promptly checks it or (hat new attnrk develop seriously. Not when you otn get such n proved successful remedy us lr. Kins' New Discovery. Cold, rough, grippe, croup do not MILK AND CREAM CONTESTS resist this stnndsnl reliever very long. Its qnallfy In as high tmlny n It nt Producers and Dealers Enter Novtl warn hits been ami It's been growing Contest to Improve Quality mcnuiiy in impuiuriiy rnr more than to City Consumers. fifty yearn. V. nnd 11.20 n bottle at all druggists. (Ilvo It n trial. (1'rtpsre.t tr the l'nlle.1 Hlstea tVfart- ment of Arrtrultur.) Tardy Bowels, Inert"" Liver Friendly rivalryIsnmong milk fea nnd dealer an lniortnnt They Just won't let you put peiHl In the Improvement of the milk Into your work or play. Sick bend.) ture nciie come from rvtnlnlng wnstn mat- supplies of clllc, says Department Clrrulnr M. "Milk nnd Cream ter nnd Impurities In tbo body. The two kinds of contests Feel right for anything mako thi the one In which the dairymen preliver lively, I ho bowels function regu- pare their own samples of milk or larly, with Dr. King's New IJf? Pills. Smoothly yet positively they produce cream especially for the context nnd re.iultH (tint elcnnno the system and the one In which sample are collect make tho liver nnd hnweN rwpond to oil on the street without previous the demands of n strong, bealtliy body. notification to the producers are ills- Still 25c ut all druKclsta. Try theta cused In detail. The discussion Its tonight. eludes the method of pn'parlng milk and cream for entry In contest, the I method of scoring on cards prepared Pellts Dismissal. by the dairy division of the bureau of Verom nnd Kltle were plnytag hnue animal Industry, shipping and hsn one dny, when Ilenilra Joined I hem. tiling nt destination, laboratory equipThey were not particularly anxious tsj ment for conducting contest, method I see her that day, nnd Verona snldt, "Well. Ilcrnlce. you can be the rook, nnd this Is your day out." Con-tests- ." i Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia till r"8 rmtuml onlot don't and Hint cuugsi urag yon want to l, bo cold or ly fad to Icep on hand a tattle id lhn effective crimp tent 1r ai inentru It a certain ptenntue and itrifu iro.ij', in.,-- . ,( grippe, pnetimonu snd other mpuitory ailmrr.ts. Mother ho know the sngj ) ol wilting bflnlri-l- r though agt long iiouri tot ti , . .j imv tiot a,,,. in ,.r. BRAME OME WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES It it applied eitrmi'V (o the (l.r-Ihfntt an.! t tnit ati ii iuiily aborted through the rri ('finikin. Its healing apnti tor and arr irlulnl il ni . to the infrded membrane i, A double action rtmclr, It la JouMr ctltain to ptnlucr Mtulartnry ictu 'i It bai this rnarirttriitic that diitmgiiiilxa n (i t. nam inr cioinrt. uv a "itm wfr,, ii triii noi lttlei aimrntha ICJIJAV It It an intalui) f f Noah Marsee, BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Jr BANK. fill protection lor an inngnihrint price 30c. GOc. and J 1.20 llottlr at All Drug and Canaial Stores. II tour dealer cannot you orJcr (rum !RAMmtUCOjNWnkb CITIZENS NATIONAL OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Capital and Surplus $1109000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON B. I 1 "ROLL OF HONOR."' Vice-Preside- Just a Temporary Stay, After the death of his wife Uncle' Will went to live with his brother, nnd his little niece wn lucrheanl explaining It to her little playmate: "You see. IItty. Undo Will's wife Just died, sn' he's come to live with us till bt finds another one." BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW'fll P. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, Cashier. L. G. Davidson, 4 lj V. 0. Rigncy, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Wm. F. Miller, Clerk. Appreciate Cucumbers. In Cairo und Alexnndrln, Kcypt, cucumbers nro truly iippreclntcil. They nn developed to their utruot nnd are Measuring Milk With a Glass Tub much en ten nnd liked by the natives, Onto a Sterile Plate, Preparatory to Moreover, the beautiful women underMaking a Bacteria Examination In stand the value of cucumber Juice, und a Milk and Cream Contest This !t Is squeezed from tho vegetable fur Step Is Called "Plating." them to use ns a lotion for tho skin. I ray , aBVLaBBBBBBBBBBV Jaaaaaaf- - 1 KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. K. K. D. No. 1, GRAVE PROBLEMS. CONFRONTS THE STATE AND NATION EVERY-BODIS INTERESTED Johnnie's Dig Discovery. Johnnie stoppi) In hi frolic tc watch the timid stretch his swenter which hnd shrunk In washing. Iteturn- Ing to his piny, he found Ida kit ten nt full length on the floor, apparently bigger than ever liefore. "I'u found out how kittle grow to be hlc cats." ho triumphantly called: "they stretch theiwelves." it of analyzing and testing, and publicity methods In connection with milk and cream contests. Copies of the circular may be bad freo by Interested persons on application to the division of publications, department of agrlcultur. RAFFLE OF PUREBRED CALVES Y IN THE OUTCOME. WHAT will the new Congress do with the momentous questions that affect the national fabric? WHAT will the Kentucky Legislature do to solve the serious questions that will come before it? WHAT will the new State administration do to carry out its pledges for the advancement and uplift of Kentucky? To Keep Potted On These Important Developments Intemperance a Danger. As lovo and self respect are the ptllnrs of the house life, so Intemper ance Is the certain destroyer of the home, attacking ns It does the very fabric upon which It rests. Very many people Imagine temperance re I fers to nbstlDcnre from, or moderation In drinking spirituous Honor, beer or narcotic drugs, ltut It Is to bo Intemperate In wools and which It brought In from the southern actions. Kxcha nge. port of the state, nnd from the sale o several other nnlmals secured locally Do Animals Commit Suicide! the nsoclatlnn bought eight purebred A correspondent writes : "I have sevn ' bull calves. The method by which a thvr, chnsetl by wolves. Jump over, thco calves were distributed rrem a precipice to ilintli. Mink, muskrut Weil n radio. However, no fee wns ex and other nnlmals of this kind will acted of "chance" takers, but lnteni drown themielves rather than suffer nil were required to Join the nssocln tho pnln of the trap. I have also wit tlon. In every Instance the bull went nessed a rnbhlt, rhused by Its deadly to men who had not had purebred enemy, tho wensel, Icnji to death or' bulls previously or who bad mnnlfest drown itself." etl little Interest In tho purebred stock movement. io-slbJ (Trade Mnrk Patented) Other Seed is being sold under their name. Tho gen Novel Idea Introduced In Wisconsin uine improved "Standing Up" Burley Tobacco Seed raised by County to Promote the Causa of Better Sires. B. L. KELLY & SONS, can be procured only from the raiser and (Prepared by th Unite.! fitstes Depart is not genuine unless put up in packages having a of mnt or AsTlculturs.) their signature as shown below which Trade Mark is now A novel form of radio has been cm ployed In Lincoln county, Wisconsin, patented and on file in the U. S. Patent office at Washington. by the members of n newly nrgnn Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed picked from best zed Ilnlstrln rattle association promote the cause of better sires. selected pods. This Tobacco has topped the market for the With the profit the association derived from the sale of 32 hesd of cattle past 25 years. fac-aimile '1 PRICE R. $2.00 PER OUNCE. SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. Send all Mail Orders to B. L. KELLY & SONS. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. ECONOMY IN FUEL FOR DAIRY Specialists Advlss And the World' Happenings In General, Become A Regular Reader Of Why That All Waste Steam Be Utilized During tho Current Winter. - Aflm. x ? Sure THE COURIER-JOURN- AL The Bait Newspaper That Money Can Malta or Buy. Suffer? Special staff representatives at Washington and Frankfort will give Courier-Journrenders full, reliable and detailed information about everything that goes on in the National Capital and in the State Capital, and every official act will be subjected to the light of publicity. al 0 to No expense will be spared to make these features of the day's news the best and most complete ever attained by a Louisville n, Mrs. J. A. Cox, V. Va., writes: ".My daupJiler . . . suffered terribly. St:: could not turn In bed the doctors cave her up, and we brought her home lo die. She liad suffered so much at lime. Having heard of Cardu!, we got It for her." olAl-dcrso- ... j I I ... newspaper. WE ARE NOW ABLE TO OFFER e Daily Courier-JournAND THE al CARDUI ij The Woffian's Tonic "In a f:w days, the began to Improve," Airs. Cox continues, "and had no trouble st . . . Cardut cured tier, and we cing lis praises everywhere." We receive many thousands ot similar letters every vear, telling ot the Rood Cardu! tes done for women who suffer Iron complaints so common jo their sex. It should do Try youood, too. hr ths tinltwl Rtates Dersrtmen! or .XKMctilture 1 Many factory operations of the dnlry Inilustry require the use of heat, nl though they demand little power. As exhaust stenm contnlns nbout W jut rent of Its original heat, it ran be advantageously used In pasteurizing milk nnd cream, and In sterilizing dairy equipment In tho nverngo com' merclsl plant, nccordlng to specialists. They advise thnt all dairy factory men utilize this waste steam during the current winter, when fuel may be scarce nnd high In price. Information on now to u stenm cnccuveiy win bo furnished freu of charge when re quest Is mnde to the United States do part meat of agriculture, Washington D. C. WATER FOR COWS IN WINTER If Highest Production Is to Be Main talncd Drinking Water Mutt Bs Warmed. (Prepared Iuxedo Hoc Ration V Central Record Both 1 Year by Mail, For Only $6. This ofTer applies to renewals us well ni now subscript tions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of CENTRAL RECORD. mm Cows frequently refuso to drink thi water In un Icy trough. A cow mini be thirsty, Indeed, before ho will fill herself with freezing witter. It Ii E?22SIM ,4-CAKU0I1YDHATE3 necessary. In view of tlio fuct thai milk contnlns ubout 87 per rent water to wnnn tho drinking water for dairy Made by the Manufacturers of Tuxedo Chop, cows If highest Ksslble production li Sweets, Tuxedo Scratch, Ecg lo bo maintained. Unless tho cow drluks a sulllclvnt quantity ot wutei Seo Your Nearest Dealer her milk production will diminish, unc Cil r 0 I sho will cot drink enough unless It h wrsj UALb bu . warm. Kultablo shelter from cold ralut WILLARO WHITTAKER, . and row winds Is another comfort GARRARD MILLINO which tho cow will repay lu milk. T. K. KUHLMAN, Alfalfa Meal. This balanced Cane Molasses. Digester Tankage, Com Meal, nutritious: Ground Barley, Ground Oats, Wheat Middlings, Old Process Oil Meal, Gluten Feed; mixture is sweetened with you cannot know how cheaply pork can be developed. Tuxedo is n quick fhttcner n never-failin- g producer of live, sturdy, good looking hogs. The formula is compounded along lines suggested by n prominent oiaic xixpenment Station Official. Note of what Tuxedo Hog Ration is made, and you will understand why it is so very T JNTIL you feed Tuxedo Hog Ra-tio- n ANALYSIS f"hre7FAT 3,i Mush u rr.uas,v tZJ'' S.r . Kur. Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Jan 22, 1 920 General Duncan Novel Foot A n Live Stock Rill m II Mm ( I A Joyous Helper ffr Dy GENEVIEVE ULMAR Wtiiim N.w.ripr UaUa) When l.n!fretice Colhy'a nunt announced to iltn Hint flic tin1 iiimli up tier iiiIihI to npfortlon to lilm IId part of her lio liail Intendil to leave lilm liy tie whlJcd volubly In lilt tintuml Impetuous style. -inn iinvc snown yourself Hi le a stscere nml contented young limn, ninl I shan't keep )uu waiting for !tiil man's shoes," she observed definitely. "I certainly never nmile any mini- Intlmii on jours," declared Laurence. -wiinis more, rm crrecliy siiiisiiini Hint hnppy with my present lot. I'm earning m living, cverjliodr seems to like me, I tike everybody." "Well, my lawyer will tell ynu whsl I hurt done for you, unci I am (lad 1 limn done It" The firm thine I.nurvnce thouxht of nflcr he fouml himself tnileenilent mid rich was to tnke n vacation. The first (terMiii tie planned on visiting was Dudley Vernon. "I've n jiretty warm stot I" my heart for ilear olil Dud." lie told hlmielf. "tie helped jnp to get through college; tie nved my life once." So Ijiurcnce went down to Wesmrt and became a guest at the house of Dudley's wldowt-ntnter, with whom Dudley II red. A few day after he had arrifed at Wetirt, taurence got Mrs. Alston alone and sat down for a rnnfldrntlal (Capitltki. 15 TRANSYLVANIA ALUMNUS. lioll-dny- ttitr General (icorge II. Duncan, who came to Kentucky during the a to visit hla brother nnd other relative nt Lexington, nnd who made Rood with the Flint Division In France, Is nn nlumnui of Trnrwyl-vanl- n College nt Lexington, (icncrnl Duncnn is n son of the Into former Mayor of Lexington, Henry T. Duncan, and won his way by his own merit from his college daya to the time he won the right to wear n Major General's uniform in the United States army. or accelerator extension may lie made from an ordinary strap hinge. f of th hinge Unfastened to tlirr floor honrda while (lie other ret op the accelerator. All that l neccfnry to oeratn tho nccelcrMor l n slight pressure on any part of the free half of the hlngei. Listening to TUh atorlts." Norueglnti tlhermeti are tilnjt a species of Kiitiinnrlrie telephone to aid hem In their work. A microphone la One-hnl- satisfactory foot ret Rsst lowered from n fishing tiont nnd connected by n wire to a telephone In Mittens at th the boat. The Mtrumcnt mid when the llh hold a meeting the listening device record the dlsturbnnre. Scientific American. FARM OF 125 ACRES and chat. "I am worried nearly to dentil nlxiut Dildley," he raid, "he In so changed. Won't you relieve my mind nml piu me In the way of helping hlm7" "Dudley has been that way since he relumed from a inonth'a stay at Adrian," said Jim. Alston. "I will tell )i.il all I know. It doesn't come from lit in. hut from an accidental dWeovery I made. Dudley seems to have fallen In love with a young lady during his vacation. I do not know her name, only that she liven at Adrian. In his waste basket a few da a since I found n photograph torn In two. Here are Farming Implements, Household and Kitchen Furniture Saturday, Feb. 7th, AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. for sale at auction on above date my farm of 125 acres, situated on the Lancaster and Richmond Pike, 7 miles from Lancaster and two miles from Old Paint Lick church. Sixty acres in cultivation and residence; one tobacco barn; two stock balance in grass. One well watered; good cistern at barns; tenant house and other house; new furnace just installed; nice young orchard. I will also offer for sale at the same time and place, personalty, as I will offer six-roo- m out-building- s; follows: Mare Mule; One Horse Bay Driving Mare; One Aged Mare; 3 Jersey milk Mule; One Cattle; 13 shoats, weighing about cows; 3 calves; 8 coming ml, 75 pounds; One Sow and 7 Pigs. LIVE STOCKr One two-year-o- ld FARMING IMPLEMENTS One Cultivator; One Corn Planter; e One Mower; Hay Rake; Turning Plows; Double Shovels; One e Sled; One Corn Shelter; wagon; One Iron Wheel Wagon; One Oil Tank; 3 Hog Houses; Wagon and Plow Gear; One One Buggy and Harness; Tobacco Sticks. One Radiant Home Heating Stove and some Household and Kit chen Furniture. two-horstwo-hors60-gallon Adrian seeking for n young lady whose mime even he did not know. Her lovely face, howevcr.wns vividly Impressed Hjioii his mind. Fortune favored ljiureniv's plana He wn traversing n residence Mreet of Adrlnn whin he, innie uhiii n larve Ijiu wnllet llng on the pnveu-tit- . rence picked It up to tlnd It tilled with papers, and money. Turnlnc n corner he nearly collided wtlh n hunting fig. lire, a rtu!inl, evilti-- clrl. "Kound lit Innt." he with Intent atUfactlon ns he recoculred her, and then obervlnc lliAt the wa wnlk and Mrcet with encer ke aloud: "Kxctle tne ejen ho but have you lnt roinethlne)" "Yes. oh! )ci--wallet ctmtnlnlni: ome very vnlimble pnlHT I wnt tak Ins to my fntlier ofllre from the l the frrrijvnt." "I m$ !M ejaculated ljinrene. canning the Joined piece of cardboard, "If I had ii plrtnre like Hint I'd wear It oier my heart!" l nlo found ports of a letter from the father of the ymins lady. It Informed Dudley that he could not liHik tiHin their engagement with favor, as he had learned confidentially that Dudley's liulne nn at the Hilnt of failure." "Is that true?" Intpilrcd lj.urence, "I fear that It I. Ill lawyer, Mr. Atnrs, tells me so." Ijiurenre visited the Inwye- - to flm1 that ten thousand dollnra would place hit friend beyond th power of lui'l nes dlnppHntmcnt. Ilr cnt to of more than 125,000,000 each, it is shown in figures compiled today at the office of the Controller of the Currency. In all, there arc now 120 nationnl banks having resources of more than $2S,000,000,but the only one in Kentucky is at Louisville. Twenty-fiv- e of these 120 banks, or less than 21 per cent, arc in New York State. In September, 180'J, 74 per cent of the national banks of this country, with resources of more than $25,000,000 each, were in New York City These figures were made public today for the purpose of showing the decentralization of the country's banking power, formerly so largely concentrate! in a few of the great cities. The statement from the Controller of the Currency in parts say: "In 1809 five cities In the United States contained the nineteen nationnl banks with resources of $25,000,-00- 0 or more. "Today the 120 national banks with $25,000,000 or more are distributed among thirty-nincities. Of those banks, forty-ninare in the New Kngland and Middle Atlantic States, including the cities of Hos-to- n 5, New York 22, Alabany 2. Buffalo, I, rhiludelphia 10, Pittsburg 0, Scranton 1, nnd Newark 2. "There are in Maryland, District of Columbia and the Southern States twenty-thre- e of the big banks, including the cities of Baltimore 2, Washington 1, Itichmond 6, Norfolk 1, At1, lanta 2, Nashville 1. Louisville Birmingham 1, New- - Orleans 1, Dallas 3, Houston 2, Fort Worth 2, and Tulsa 1. "Thirty-fou- r of the biggest banks are in the Central West and the West including the cities of Cleveland 2, Cincinnati 2, Toledo 1, Indianapolis 2, Detroit 2, Chicago 7, Milwaukee 1, St. Louis 3, Kansas City 4, Omaha 2; Denver 3, Minneapolis 2, St. Paul 2, and Duluth 1. In the Pacific States the cities containing fourteen of the large banks arc San Francisco G, Los Angeles 4, Portland 3 and Scnttlc 2." e o Dltcovsry of Asphalt. Asphalt, with which so many roads re paved, wns found by accident. For a century In Swltscrland natural rock asphalt wns used to extract tho rich Washington, Kentucky Is one of stores of bitumen It contained. It waa noticed that pieces which fell from U the twenty-fiv- e States nnd the Dis- wagons nnd were crushed by th Columbia, that have one or wheel formed n mnrvelously flno rosd trict of more nationnl hanks with resources and this ted to Its adoption a a road U. S. WEALTH Is Decentralized material. Morality the Object. The jnd of all political straggle In to establish morality as the basis of all legislation. TIs not free Institutions, 'tis not n democracy that Is the-ennn, but only the means. Morality Is the object of government. We want a state of things In which crime will not pay; h stnte of things which allows every man the largest liberty compatible with the liberty of every other man. Kniernon. Wonders of the Heavens. People In the southern hemisphere are o different mars, but therevisiblesninw at constellations which are different times of the year In bolts hemispheres. If tho earth axis kept always perpendicular to the 'me of Ite orhlt none of the northern constellations would ever be fecn In the southern hemisphere, hut as the nils Inclines first one way and then the other, some of both sets can be wen at different times. Tasmania. The Island of Tasmania, formerly called Van Piemen's Land, lies off the south const of Australia. It has sn area of 'MA-V- squnre mites. It Is covered by a network of rldees. termed locally tier, which iirkKii a raultttudo of small planes nnd valleys. The principal Industries lire ngrlcallure, mining, and some manufacturing. TiKiminln Is a state In tho commonwealth of Australia. It has a population of two hundred thousand. The exports are wool, gold, silver, tin. timber, fruit. Jam. hops and hides. , stock-raising Covered Them All. Leicester, England, there I nn tnn upon the wall of which years huh n Mior wrote: "I pray for all." H.e village lawyer, seeing In this n menu for free advertising, wrote under neath! 'I plead for nil." One day a farmer thought he was Justified In mlllng: "I feed all," nnd nn army orMcer passing through the riling? left: -- I fight for all." But an unknown author added the last line by writing: "I take them all tho devil." The host, not wishing to show any partiality, has hung out his sign; At Tno llouso of All Flvw." hoii'e.' "I that Itl" quetloiiid Ijiurcnre. and U Amnlle Duttou tixik the vat- let tendered with u jooii cry. The Incident led to tla.tr s Stolen Fruit. From tho Inlnnd Printer. Chicago. Ill f "On the bottom of a printer's we rend tho following statement: 'Dull business la often traced to economy In printers' Ink. True, Indeed. As we look out over the j;reut held of business we find that the firms which have made the most notablo sue-ccare those thnt have ucd print-cInk most freely. Kmphnrlze these fnetK when talking to customers but I'.rM tako a daso of your own tr r' Robber River. Tho discovery that there Is n kind of Mrttggle for existence among rivers Is one of the Interesting rvsult of the modern of physiography. A notable cxtimpto of this contest Is exhibited by Knglnnd's two biggest rivers, the Thame nnd the Severn. Hetwwn their valleys Ho the Cotswold hills, and exploration shows that tho Severn, by eating backward among these hills where softer strata underlie them, has diverted to Itself some of the hcadwa-tr- r thnt formerly flowed Into the Thame?. New York Post. uctiiultiteil Ijiureiice w,ib iiii nmpteil via llor at the DutK.M home. Throuch wnry InveMtlpitloil he. learned that Amnlle knew Dudlny Wninu. but he l did uot heein to be lnti'r.oly Intt-r.-tii- more fully, mid within 11 About J00 'Chickens and many other articles too numerous to men tion. v One Buick Touring Car, 1917 model; in splendid condition. d cash; balance in one and two years TERMS ON LAND with lien on property. Possession given March 1st, 1920. One-thir- TERMS ON PERSONALTY All bills of $20 and under, cash; above that amount six months' time with 6 per cent interest; bankable note. DINNER ON THE GROUNDS. MRS. T. R. SLAVIN, Administratrix. For further information apply to Dr. J. L. Slavin, Danville, Ky., or A. W. Kavanaugh, Lancaster, Ky. CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. Lancaster, Ky. when hi' wiik mcutloiird. lVnliti-ntly- , however. Ijiurvncc lirousht up the inline of hl friend on every po.MMi occasion, imrtlciilnrly before tho par ent of Amnlle. He lauded Dudley, he told of recent buoliiexx troublcH now all ndjuxtcd. und Dudley on the way to Ikhmuiu u tnlllloiinlre. Thin one dny tlicri' enme u miriirlxe when Amnlle propounded tho ipiery: ".Mr. t'olby. why l It that you an' nlwu)a upenklni; of Mr. Vernon t I told my ft lend. Ylrclnhi llliuid, nlKiut It, nml he cannot utiileot.iud your deep Interest In her nance. "In her wlmtr crlnl Ijiii rence. hope, ntytcry, ilellcht amazement, ktrucsllnc for umxtery In hi' "Ilcr llanre. They were to murry. hut her pn nil In have objectiil and Ylr Cltiln Ik very unhappy. Not very Ion, however for, quickly the blunder li hnd mude. Ijiurence yet about rtfftitltitr the altu Hon. He learned thut the photocrudi imit have bivn one rlen to Dudley by MU Illniid. He now-- clillKlittjiu-Mr. lllntid. telling lilm how- - he hud brnct-Dudly tlnanclally, Amallr heart of thin. Ily that time Mu and Iji ti rence had dlKfovitcd their mutual love. "Oh, you dear, true fellow I" the cried. fTo give up alt jour money for the Mike of n friend I" "Oh J not nil, Amulte, dear, corrected lJiureiice. "Them It till a liberal Income from lnvetinent, nnd a beautiful home to be graced by the lovell-M- t New nt Garage rented the Dixie Garage on Stanford street and have opened up a first-class We havfe . Auto Repair Shop GOOD SERVICE. 1 REASONABLE PRICE PHONE 105. GIVE US A CALL. tk devoted Abu'I. bride In Chrltendoin. "At leant the hippie! I" declnrtd PRICE BROTHERS Hie Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Jan 22, 1920 E "THRIFT WEEK" Most-O- IT SPENDING YOUR DOLLAR Where It Will Buy The TOBACCO CANVAS. Buy your Tobacco Canvas and "Save the Difference". 24x2S ne Dollar Will Buy More at WELCH'S SEED OATS. GALVANIZED ROOFING. 8 and 12 ft. lengths, at Welch's 81-- 3 cents We are now ready to supply you with seed oats. $1.15 per bu. WHY PAY MORE. $7.75 and $7.85. 28x32 10 cents BE THRIFTY AND HAVE YOUR SHOES REPAIRED. READY-TO-WEA- R. All women, we know, are careful buyers and desire to get full value when they buy Clothing and other things. ' Those who make their purchases o'f ready-to-wea- r, shoes, and dry goods at Welch's, know they are getting full value for their money. If you are not a Welch Customer, it will pay you in dollars to become one. $3.50 per 100 lbs. Cerelia Sweets Dairy feed $3.75 per cwt. Shorts $3.25 per 100 lbs. 3G percent. Cotton Seed Meal $4.50 cwt. FLOUR $1.50. Ivory 7 c. Lenox soap large 5c, Fels Naptha soap 7 c. P. and G. 9c. National Oats .2 for 25 cents. MEAL 90 cents. Pure Lard, 50 pound can $14.50. 80 cents. Cement, per bag, Tuxedo Mule feed... Our shoe shop can make your old shoes almost good as new ones. If you have not had a pair fixed by us, you do not know what you are missing. It will pay you to get our price before you buy on WAGONS, BUGGIES, MACHINERY. MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN BEREA. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. BUSINESS MAN WOULD REFUSE Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Robinson were visitors in Bcrea at the weeks end. Mrs. Louiza Carter of Indianapolis Ind., is here with friends and rela Use the Phone and "Save the Difference. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Some Never Learn That. Young Mrs. Torktn says that If were as good a teacher as advertised. Charley would by this time have learned something about which bone to bet on. Pliny and the Rsm. Illny wrote of the m at the beginning of the Christian era. "It Is a flower known to all nations equal-l- y with wine, myrtltt and oIL" Stria's ay OstHch. Two feet Is the oiusl stride of an ostrich, but when Ibe bird Is alarmed sod begins to run It change It mine-le-g stride for 14 foot step, which carry It over the 'ground at a rata of mile, an hour. PROCLAMATION For Father and Son Week Honey and Tar COMPOUND , Foley's OFFER OF $500 Mattingly declares Benefits worth More than that Amount to Him. Tru-tona- tives. Mrs. Eliza Conn was the week end 's guest of her daughter, Mrs. Pierce Allen. We are glad to hear that Mrs. Susie Rcnfro who has been ill is Im proving. Miss Virgie Conn was the guest of Misses Mary and Martha Bryant last Sunday. Louisville. Ky., Jan. 2 lit. "I beMessrs Rodney Renfro and Charlie lieve I would have died had it not been for Trutonu, but now I feel Bryant were the recent guests of Mr. good all over just like a boy again Eugene Calico. and I wouldn't take $500 for my reMr. and Mrs. G. P. Todd of Bcrea lief. W. II. Mattingly, a well known spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and highly respected business man Elmer Woolwinc. of Jcffersontown, nca r here, said Miss Nannie nail waa the pleas recently. ant guest of her sister, Mrs. Edd yearn" "For the past twenty-thre- e Hester at the weeks end. Mr. Mattingly continued, 1 have sufMr. and Mr. Zock Hester and Mr. fered from kidney trouble, nervous-nes- s and catarrah of the stomach, I nrd Mrs. Edd Hester made a business .often suffered severely from pains. trip to Itichmond last Saturday. 'The little food I ate didn't agree with There will be a pie supper at the jne and I was usuidly constipated. Cartersvilte Odd Fellows hull Sat "I can't discern the least sign of urday night, Jan. 24th. Every body my former nervousness, since I've invited. taken Trutonu. My bowels are act. Pennington Mr. and Mrs. l'.eli It seems Ing regularly now, too. were the guests of her I vat agrees with mc. and children that everything parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop last The pains in my tack, chest and vanished and I'm not Sunday. stomach have Miss Estellu Davis was the pleas annoyed nt night by my kidneys as Mr. before. Trutona is a real medicine ant guest of her grand-parentand I'm glad to recommend and com. and Mrs. John Davis last Sunday night. mend It to the public.'" Trutona is especially beneficial Misses Myrtle and Cora Carter and for stomach, bowel and liver troubles Mr. and Mrs. Andie Robinson and complaints, nervousness, children were the pleasant guests of catarrhal sleeplessness, loss of appetite and the Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bryant last like and has proven u splendid recon- Sunday. structive agency, system purifier and The Stork has been very busy in body invigorant.. is now being Introduced our community as it has visited the Trutona and explained in Lancaster at Mc homes of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crutch-er- , Mr. and Mrs. Clay Conn, and Mr. Hoberta Drug store. and Mrs. Robert Hoskins and Mr. Advertisement and Mrs. Joe Smith and left with each u girl. CAKTER3V1LLE. Mr, Roosevelt Brock aged IB., and Woolwlne U ill at thU Miss Dorothy Elliott, aged 16, drove Mr. Elmer to the home of Rev. W. H. Bryant writing. and were united In marriage. We Mr. Oscar Morgan has been on the I wish them a long and happy life. sick Jlt this week. Mr. and Mrs. Brock will make their Mis Lillian Calico ipent Saturday home with Mr. and Mrs. btiarue Bate er thU year. night with Mrs. William Fergttaon. No greater problem can engage our serious attention than that of conserving the boy life of our State C E. fnii ir. llaUrWs. K.W. wrilaa: and Nation; and there has never been .r. IW I imIikM a nw 'Saota tic a time in our history when the need ao4 aaU aaa I aiaaauia. KukAWmW A ) UI inU of this conservation was more appar Inaa4af hirtlt ikmmiM laWirw llwr aa auaa I, TatCaiaai.iU I mOciU. Traa.rr ent than it is today. Therefore, m. I taak a aaa4 ft Slit a1... Edwin P. Morrow, Governor of the t.l.ra r.trim aa4 can livtMitllr at I J a4 . cavik acn aU CMthUtwaa .&n.l4.nl4 suaS aa State of Kentucky in the hone of UmimiIIwUt a? tMM. aaj I (ita Falar'a ilaaay 4 Tar tail tia4J arousing the men of the State to a lar aaaada at4 a.ln. ,nar,l tace.atj. at sense of their responsibility toward For more than thirty years their own buys and the boys of their Foley's Honey an J Tar has teen community, and in the further hope saltsaction an J success. of strengthening the ties that ought use J aith McRobarta Druf Star. to bind fathers and sons together in food fellowship, do issue this proDances Kill clamation, and I request that the week from February ICth to 22nd be set apart as FATHER AND SON' WEEK Dr. Sullivan I earnestly urge that such special' City. -- Dr. Margaret New York observances as have been planned by! Sullivan, Jersey City, strongly conthe churches, the V. M. C. A., and I demned the modern dress of girls and other organizations may receive the I dancing before a gathering of prompatriotic support of all of our cltiz-- l inent women of the home department ens. of the contemporary at the Y. M. C IN TESTIMONY WHERE- A., New York, recently. Seal OF, I have hereunto subscribed my Modern dancing tends to kill all name and caused the Great Seul of "modesty In the girls of today," dethe Statu of Kentucky to be affixed clared Dr. Sullivan. "The girls of toin the City of Frankfort, this 22nd day do up their faces like circus day of December, In the year of our clowns and dances of today are the Lord, one thousand nine hundred East African sex dances the dancnnd nineteen. es of cannibals. (signed) EDWIN P. MORROW "You cannot expect your little girl in her teens to go out to an evening party clad as the young girl of today is too often clad, then throw her G. O. P. Convention into the arms of her dancing partner and expect her to come back to you On the same girl. You have deprived Louisville, Ky., The Republican her of her greatest defense her State Convention for the purpose of modesty," niter-natu- a selecting four delegates and from the State at large to the Republican National Convention and two Presidential electors and alter-nate- a from the State at large will be held In Louisville on March 3rd, It k kajut ajiMMloa If llMNi'a Sal .a was decided at a meeting of the laila la lk u,alawal U feaaau. Tatltf.Miavwrat.luli.atc. tlum State Central Commltte last week. antHtawanl Huai'a&alu I Iraataaaata 114. kMMI County mass conventions will be ka tirata) aaaaVaoa held on February 28th. Representaaa a.k .'5?'' ! ai tion will be on a basis of one delegII at aaf (lah TOO AT. r.k; re Inrclay ate for each one hundred voter or fraction over fifty. STARMES DRUG STORE. AN OLD RELIABLE FAMILY REMEDY, recommended lor coujtu, cold., tUsllnf ol Ibc t&roil, (ptimodic croup, whooping couth, la grippe, aod broacaUl coutht, horocu, etc. TV First Dm Cava Racial dinger a Valuable Crop. Ginger grown In Jamaica ha always commanded more than double the prire of any other. Under favorable conditions an acre will produce as mucfc as four thousand pounds. Enehiranoa Hearing Limit. Madge's twin sister Is much rcore serious minded thsn she and often scolds her for the tomboylsh things One day after one of thrt ho sisterly lecturrs Msdge turned ou her with: "My, but I wtsht I could get 3 '' do. untwmncd." Newly Painted Window. windows To prevent from sticking, open and run them up and down two or three time a day fur three) or four days. Unless this Is douv the windows are almost bound to allck. Always paint them as early a ponlble In the day so as tn gtve tliem a chance to dry befurv you fast-i- i them at ntchL newly-painte- Mercury Mine In Spain. Mercury I produced in the province of Cludad Ural, Orannda and Ovinia, but the moat Ini'tortant mines In Spain are tho of Cludad Ural, which am located at Almadrn and cover a iur-fs- rt of th.1,187 acre. They are owned nil by the state. -Derivation Hoodlum." now mean a young, rough rowdy. The term Is derived from a rang of toughs In San Kranclct under the leadership of one Muldoon. They were called for the name of their leader, the syllable of whose nsme, out of cntitrinpt, were reversed and sllchtly inodirit-d- . Instead of they were called Hoodlum. Mul-dioti Modern All Modesty of Girls Asserts. Wedding Invitations What mors sentimental than a vrdillns; InvttatlenT Certainly It la not a inrra nit hanlcal to t VHlillet aroun.t to the eheaet H.lder. tirxct nnery Cheap Im tnierully lUal-oiiitour work U ly within rwet) anil we hava correct avuniiles Ut svarr cccay atua and vvery puraa. I March 3rd. sW r Mjt tn.riycr.i.Jontl Jtatloncra LOUIHVILLK Ntmr back Complete line" of Samples at The Central Record Office. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 22 1920. Sheriffs Sale FOR "Some Tall Thinking" Bf SAIDEE E. OALCOM Tht Inspired Cempotllor. From n Divorce Itomrl 8hi rlaltni that marriage la nothing hut n ! luilnn nnil n snore. llosfnn Trnrv. t script. Inspiration Qenerally Earned. There cem to exist a tendency to But at Horns I In Korea If a man meets hi wife In Ihe street he Ignore her presence and imsses on a If she were n stranger. Wealth In Dead Sea Region. It Is not grnernlly known that nmple 'HfltifltlM of bitumen occur In tho sen region. It can easily be tliered and prepon-- for ne In road aking, and then- - Is tho nihautnge hat It will bo obtnlnnhle nt much Vaper rates than thoo which now 'nln In the Near lUt nml In Kti e, The material enn best be d by menni of the usual ing iHnchlrio. np-lietnr-mrn- W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Olllce Phone 18. RIGNEY. Embalmer. Kentucky. Failure. ('allure Is hut n mile post nlong tht trail of life, unli-- w wo call It the end of the Journey. Forbes Mngnzlne. Osby Alwa. Star Performer. Kvery member of the fnmlly with the exception of the growing boy will up In the middle of sometime tho night but none of tho others can get in wlilo awake na baby. b DELINQUENT Taxe l K WALKKH, Sheriff of County, will on 20th, 1920 JAM'AltY MONDAY. same bcInK County Court Day, offer for sale nt the Court Homo door, nt Ijinrnstcr, Kentucky, tlic following real property, returned delinquent, same bclnir the amount due for State, County and School Taxes, for the yrnr lUllt. Said sale to begin at ONK O'CLOCK, SUindard time. The names of those paying lief ore that time will be itrkkcn from the list. I.ANCASTKH, NO. 1. WIIITK. Acton, Smith, n. r. 2 ncrrs ..f 11.49 Korthcott, II. H. nr. Ut . - 17.00 (Cj.fihi. mi, tftiur Noiratxr I, A f.ar-rnn- llcurcM to the town. "A Iwppy, uhi ,ttltli family,- - resumed Hiram relief tlrcly. 'Two girl married-g- ot kimn Iih.I)hih himI ohm -- "A iftmHnliilHC. whnt to . wf ,,J(H1, t,mt,, lit Id min.il hu Hlfe to hliu wild r...tirlni: aniati-ment- . "Wity, Mini hi Carton!" ,.x. rtalftotl. -- it Imi'i Hmt you wi.U to ret rltl of Itmlilr ami 1'inrl!" NO. 1. COI.OHKD. "Von kmiw I iltHi't, inolher." i.yo Anderson, Pete, I nere lllrnm promntly, "tmt a talk .70 Miami, William, lot. 7.70 with NrigliW limine et me sort of Hurmldct, J. It. Ut. enMlHC Ui thliiei. U ilauithtera are Ilurnilde, Nannie lir, lot )oHiiHr limn nun, ami ji t they are a. do M'ttlel In f,.. IlurnsJdcs, Mary, lot, , it hm B,.t Ilurdctt, Hrlght, 2 nere. Hint ours are nlh of HHirrlaKenlilo nc 4,'Jh and jet they lm't Hurdctt, James. 3 acres ein to hit It Denny. Mary Jane lirs, 1 acre 2.0(1 Vounc men nowailuys are dawillers. Thry mini: around and enjoy It, but 5.5 Dunn, Jake, Jr. lot not i.tih of Km atii Ituthle and IVarl Knulkner, I.ous, lot, -. Faulkner, William, 4 aercs . - 10.98 hae linil has rtime down to tiUilniAren't they K.lllnt the cbanre of ir .1.9 1 tlrant, Mattle. lot Clrl"i r not leaving the way Hitir for fl.HB llerrinir. Annie, fi acres jomic rain really liNiklnc for 2.71 I m thliiklnc of the ulrN, lUiehel. I'd Kavannugh. Mattle, let, 3.90 hate to see tliriu left old maid." Kennedy, Janie, lira, lot 3.36 IHm t let that troublp you," sMjk Mulllns. Henry, let, 3.3': .Mrs. Tarton quite tartly. "Prettier, McDonald, UUu, lot 3.30 hettrr liclminl cirU don't eiltl" Ncwlatid. Sarah, hrs. lot "Well, joti and I knew eah other M Owens. Charlie, let. only six month before wo pit spliced. 4 ID Mattle, Ut, Salter, Ilaeii t vie heeu happy ever since Y' 6.GG Lewis, Crorge hrs, Ut, llurhel couhl twit demur nor deny, William. Herbert. I acre,... S.95 Irtit remarked: "Verne Walters am! WHITK, narry tlrey are two fine. srtiMhle DISTKICT NO. 2, 11.13 jomic nun. They like our daushtera Alfred. Jesse, 18 acres 41.17 and the cirU know It, and are chid of llurk, S. U hrs, 63 acres 6.9H It. (Jhe tlieiu lime, lllrnm ynu will Farley, Tom, 1 acre . (Jrow. Karl. M acres . 23.10 hne to part with them sooner than ina) be" .102.25 j ou wish, Donne Parks. W. C. 74 acres, "Well, cnri me a few Ideas 5.71 tixlay," Preston, John T. 4 acre . rant. "Thoe fellows raid W.05 William, 2 acres, Shcrrow. hale hern eomlm; to the Iioum for 4.15 over a year Slade. C. II. 45 acre and one tit to 10.93 know their minds by llilx time." Stoles. Wm. hrs. 26 acres -Yes. and they enjoy It. like all the NO. 2. COLOKF.D. youuc mm1i Who wouldn't for you 7.0: Adams, McKinley, 1 acre, of us to make Cochran, Frank and Will 4 n. 4.51 help like all the 10.C9 them welcome. I am clad to show real Coffey. Colonel. 14 acres encourage It In the 0.85 hospitality and Denny, George, 1 acre Klrls," 2.10 Dunn, Sandy, hrs. 1 acre, Nolhliif inure was said Just then Dunn, Francis and tons, 4 but when they had reached home and 7.16 lllrnm was alone In the barn putting Hamilton, Hume, U acre, 1 1.69 Jackson, Arnett and wife ui the horse ho muttered: "I'll take IhiNtie'a adlce and try some new tap- 7.C1 Jones, Hock, 1 acre, 7,48 tics. I'm shilling those young fellows Kemrcr. George, 4 acre with McMurtry, Obe. 22 V acres.. 27.09 got two much kindness. They've Just to declare themselves." 12.10 McMurtry, Tom. Vi acre Verne Wallers was courting Ituthle Slgar, F.d and Sister. 3H acres 5.39 Parton and Harry Grey her sister. . 8.30 Pearl, according to local gossip, and Slmnson. Geo. 4 acres 5 9? had Indeed become almost dmneitl- Sutton, Lee, 1 acre, 1.83 rated with the Partons. The place had Taylor, Mary. H acre got to be like home to them and they DISTKICT NO. 3, WHITK, 17.04 and the glrla enjoyed every moment Adams, Andy, 40 acres, 20.82 of their hartnotiloua companionship, Duncan, J. W. 3 1 acres. 18.69 Amid comfort, contentment and a gen S. 1 aero Ham. J. eral understanding as to what thla 9.48 would lead to, Iaiik, Ott 1 acre the young men allowed 2.10 matters to drift, and the girls were Naylor, Herbert, nr, 1 acre 4.95 glad of the opimrtunlty to get fully Kogcrs, Curtis, i acre 32.73 acquainted with the lovers they Ititu Sebastian, S. S. 9 acres Simpson, Mrs. Lucy, II. 3 a... 7.01 Itlvely surmised would sooner or later Teater, Henry, 110H acrcs.r 67.98 broach the subject of marriage. The following Sunday afternoon, on their DISTRICT NO. 3. COLOUKD. way to visit n sick llroaddus, Charlie, 194 acres 13.21 Harry droru up to friend, Verne and tho Ilarton fnnn 8.00 Drnnv. William. 3 acres houie In a buggy. It waa raining and 1 acre 3.9 Faulkner, William. uiuully Mr. Parton led their rig to the DISTKICT NO. 4, WIIITK. luini, but on this occasion ho sat In a 19.63 corner or the orch and niailo no Alma. A. C nr.. 227 acres 4.81 move. When, after half an hour, the Ilarnes, IJgc, 1 acre, llerry, John W. nr, 10 acres.. 2.74 young men departed, ho awarded them mere nod of tho hind. Ituthle Campbell. Mrs. J. II. 5 acres.. 3.74 8.10 glanced at htm reproachfully and Camnbell. J. P. 25 acre Pearl was rather frightened at his Kttridge. Mrs. Jane, 13 acres. 0.31 unceremonious manner. Hammonds, Ci. H. 127 acres, . 07.07 llo let iros grained unfriendly Tlgo 7.64 looo about the tlmu the young men llrster, John, 1 ncre 5.39 returned and tho nnlinal by no means Holmnn, J. S. 15 acres, 4.09 gave them a eordlnl greeting, It had Holmes, Sam, 10 acres 5.90 nlwtiys been the custom for Mr, Par- Hopkins, Frunk, 25 ucres. Hurst and Owens, 63 acres, . . 3.03 ton to go down Into tho cellar .o'xiut 2.45 eli;ht o'clock In the evening and bring Kintr, Geo, nr, I ncro up some of his prlmo cider and chat 4.81 Hrndley, 1 acre.... Kfnnanl, In n gracious way with the visitors. 9.98 On the Loden, Wm., 2 acres t occasion bo steadfast7.65 ly kinokcd hi Milltudo and then was Lakes, Thad. 20 acres 2.91 Letcher, Dr. nr, 100 acres decided trillion In alTuInt ax the 1.33 young luen left early mid the girls Miller, Suian, 0 acres rt.83 went to bed feeling that a cloud had Mcdulro, W. F. 50 acres 1'arker, Mrs. Lucy, 15 acres,.. 2.74 romo over the pleiniint homo life. Tho cunning WcdncMlay evening 20.02 Darker, G. A. 12 acres, lllrnm pcrvvcrcl In the siuno lino of Pointer, Mrs. Sallie. 20 acres. 3.97 luetics, llo was uncommunicative, ho 5.39 .- Powell, Hen, 6 acre turned out the parlor light early mid 3.03 the lovers strolled about tho garden Ito.s. MnUssn, 10 acres glad to get away from SinKleton, Mrs. J. N. 15 acres, 18.32 iy thcnikclc 13.19 tho glum sulli'ii behavior of their for Thompson, S. W. 5 acres, 2.74 mer genial host. ncre, Tudor, Harris, Huthlo ami Pearl cumo In half an 8.29 aero Underwood, Dave, 13.29 hour later looking conscloiikly embarWoolwine, Mike, 60 acres,.. rassed. Their fnllnir stole probing DISTRICT NO. 4 COI.OHKD. Then ho noticed glances ut them. fl.'-Geo. 32 ucres Arnold, what ho was hxklng for. 6.98 llroaddus, Miller, 10 ucres "Got a new ring, each of you, haven't 2.74 you:" ho observed uud Huthlo blushed Campbell, Marthu, 1 acre 0.27 and Pearl MiJd: Duncan, Hud, 41 H acres "Yea, father, they aro engagement 6.04 Hunt, Jim, 4 acres, 5.28 rings." Kennedy, Kdd, 3 acre, Oh I Is that ot" piped Hiram. Kennedy, America, 4 acres.. 2.74 "Well, tell tho boya when 10.04 cheerily. Lackey, Clell. 7 acres, hey fix the wedding day to pick out a 5.28 Leavell, Jonah, site fcr two bungslows, and I'll foot 5.11 the bill," and he wlaked at Huchel and Mitchell, Herbert, 1 acre A. K. WALKER, Sheriff was quite his normal self, and she of Garrard County. readily aurmUod that his spell of se verity was oil past aid cod. eotrtirtli, lh. farmer. "crcpt Unit m doing Wf tall tlMntttne. 'I hey IihiI Just been ending the family, nix I mm' were wi.Iiic tw-- i new liutMTMlon In th,. eourso of . corner of the placv nt the result of a preliminary effort. "What la wrong with jou, Hlrami" Many have noticed that, cfter long Impnred Mr Pnrtun an her ImiOxiikI nml fruitless mentnl effort, the result they have for flicked the thinks of tli.t t,m of hor" comeswhich them suddenlybeen slrltlng o while they In win drhlng. In a virions M.rt of an thinking of something entirely difway tml w lH,t tint urn I with hi ferent. The preliminary mental toll uwwlly easy g,,ii,K nature. ' Nothing bus homo Its fruit subconsciously. that U,v of." Usloa) nerlbe Inspiration to n proce which Director and Residence I'lionc 33. iihi itiioiitf, ...,,. Mome.Made Water Filter. To make a cheap water tiller, lake, 'nge garden x.t and stop the Me 'ie bottom by placing a iccc of i In It. Cmer with a few lutlip f iw!ercd rlwrronl. 1)11 with water, i"! It stnnd over u all or tub by two or three stick laid Tho wnter tillering through horeiwl will be freiil frmn nil "iritles nud will - tit for fnmlly Tin- - charcoal should bo chang-- l uiv Hire- - months and the aHngr l lluies u ywir. . su-''Im- Home of the Circus. ehno tencher was milling an eg. : story to her group of young- about the Jungle. In order Hint 'i clilhl might understand clearly u the story wns nlxiut. she Mild: ii ill oin of you can tell me whnt !niflo Is)" One bright little boy ''d his hnml In tho nlr und tho or told him tn give his definition. up beforo the chis with n ileal of tmirtnnce and said: ! Junglo Is wluro the circus lives." 1 Cork Trees. Cork trees grow In Hnrdlnln. A tree Is stripped of Its hrrfc only once In nine years. Identified. 'd The nlannlng resirt from Scotlanl rntjlei that ii parrot hnd has proved to be Incorrect. The bird, It appears, was merely endeavoring to Imitate the bagpipe- .- Punch. London. .- .. l.0 t,i(k. Old Friends are Tme Friends The man, who loves a dog and a pipe, has two staunch friends that never fail him in good luck or in bad. They give all and ask nothing in return. Day by day they become nearer and dearer to him. The man who has not a dog and a pipe has missed two of the greatest things this good old world can give. .... il ... .. 11 ... r't .... 1p .... Every man who loves his pipe should know Velvet, the one tobacco that brings out all of a pipe's best and sweetest qualities. Your pipe takes on an added friendliness from Velvet's choice Kentucky leaf aged in the wood to a mellowness that's rich and smooth as cream. ...... ...... .. ..... . Your pipe takes on a mild sweetness that is Velvet's natural tobacco sweetness. And .... cotrnd you the real tobacco fragrance that all good pipe smok rs hovers love. Never did Velvet Joe say a wiser, truer thing than this; "Folks say you can't buy friend' ship. You can buy a dog and a pipe and good old Velvet and I reckon no man ever had three better friends.' ... .. i .. .... M There's a lot of pipoloads in Very big generous tin of Velvet, and every pipe-loa- d 4lSBV2siBC-,SfffSfKKSm ........ ...... i acre...... J The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 22 1920. IF1HI START THE NEW YEAR Automobile Maker Dies of Pneumonia. Proves Fatal To V. 'M. New York, Bright of Stanford. ' troit automobile John D.tlge, of died manufacturer, SHORT ILLNESS De- OBELISK lltr Citizens HriRht Mourn Hit Pasting. The death of Mr. William Morrison In Stanford last Tuesday morning, removes from that town US. BY and community one of its best known citizens. Mr. and most beloved II right had only been sick about a month nnd his death comes as n great In reshock to nil who knew him. lating his death the Interior Journal You Need In We says: Mthough it was not unexpected, the community was greatly shocked when it was nnnounced that Mr. W. M. Ilright had passed nway at 8:20 IMPLE- Tuesday morning. He returned from the hospital of Mayo Brothers, who were never able on ac count of the condition of his blood, to make an exploratory operation to MENTS, PLUMBING AND ROOFING. ascertain the cause of his trouble. He beenmc worse shortly after rench' ing home nnd rapidly declined until the end. The funeral services will be nt his late residence Thursday afternoon nt 2:30, after which the burial will take place in Hulfnlo Springs Cemetery, AND William Morrison Ilright, the old est child of John and Mrs. Sarah 11 lloyle Dunn Bright, was born in DC ESEEEIEEI county, Kentucky, April 13, 1857, where his father at the time was temthe interest on the bonds pro- porarily engaged in fanning, but his The parents returned to Lincoln shortly posed to be issued. When after his birth, and here the whole of Ysar. 91.50 luiisd Wkly. this rond is constructed it re- his useful life was subsequently PayabU ia Advancs. leases the county road funds spent. After receiving his education at J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. to rebuild along permanent R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. lines the lateral roads of the the private school of Prof. Joseph II Myers, his famous educator county and keep the same in nnd at aCentral University,in then day lo r, Entered nt tho Tost Office in repair. The only hope for cited at Richmond, Mr. Bright en Ky., as Second-ClaJjall good roads in our county, is to gaged In mercantile pursuits for Matter. find a way to finance thu per short time, but nbout 35 years ago manent road construction un he accepted a position in what i blaster, Ky., Jimrj 22, 1920 now the Uncoil) County National til all of our main thorough Bank, then under the management Member Kentucky Press Association fares are rebuilt of a perman of that financinl genius, Dr. John B and cnt nature and to use the rcgu Owsley, nnd finally rose to the head Eighth District Publishers League. lar annual fund for extending of the institution nnd mode it one of the road building and repair- the most succersful country banks in the state. Ratca For Political Announcamtnts. ing of the lateral roads. It is Whatever Mr. Bright did was done For Precinct and City Offices.. 5.00 to the interest of citizens of al thoroughly, He hail no patience 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices. .16.00 parts of the county to get be with inefficiency. He mnstercd the .10 ninu the bond issue and sec banking business in all of its rami For Calls, per line Mentions and details, both in theory' .10 that it is carried. For Cards, per line . and practice, nnd was recognized as For all publications in the inter-e- st one of the most efficient bankers in of individuals or expresthe state. New sion of individual views, per The modern and commodious office line - .10 A Hog building of the Lincoln County Nn Obituaries, per line .05 Xoblcsvillc, Inc!., Chief's Best, a tlonnl Bank, mnde necessary by the spotted Poland China hop, brought phcnomennl growth of its business. GET BEHIND is a monument a Mr. Bright's fore $35,000 in a sale here this week. THE BOND ISSUE. The hoi; belonged to Frank Wise and light nnd criicicncy, and it Is very sad to think thnt while he nlmoj; We have been a close ob- was purchased by Wyckoff & Sima saw its completion he did not live to son, representing an I own State server of road construction for enjoy it. is said breeders' a number of years, and it is our to be n newassociation. This one hog. Kurly in life Mr. Bright became n record price for building firm conviction that A sow brought $8,000 at thu sale, member of the Christian church nnd of soft macadam roads as has Forty head which were sold brought has always aled n consistent christian life, being regular attendant upon been done in this and adjoin a total of the services of his church and a lib ing counties is a failure. crnl contributor to its support. Citizens On June 12, 1888, he was married What is termed "water to Miss l.uln II. McKinney and thce bound macadam roads" will twain have indeed been one flesh, not hold under the use of heavy The citizens of Lancaster are re for there wns never a more harmon and high speed motor vehicles spcctfully requested to notify the ious union. He is survived bv his which constantly pass over the Chief of Police, whenever an electric wife anil two sons, Thomas P. and light on not burning main highways. A new .sys- at night. their tlTbtt is important, us W. M. Bright, Jr., the only daughter This is very tem must be adopted in light it is ulmojt impossible for the mar having died in infancy. He nlto leaves two U. 1), of this failure at once, or we shal or the company to know im Bright, and brothers, John und Misses three sister; mediately, as there are about five Lizzie, Mnry and Maggie Bright. ' shall have no roads at all. At the public meeting which miles of electric wiring in the city. Thcigricf of his dear ones is fully U o ask your shared by all who knew him. Stricken .assembled nt the invitation of JOHN M. DUNCAN, Mayor, while nt the height of his usefulness the county judge yesterday in with no apparent abatement of his Lancaster a plan was unnni-smousl- y vigor it may be safely said thnt there ngrecd upon and we Church. was never a death in this community hope it will be the awakening Sunday morning the pastor will that was the cause of more universal of our people to needs of this speak on the subject "100 Per Cent sorrow. county and the opportunity Americanism Pius". For the even PROGRAM that now knocks at our door. Inn service the subject fs: "Thu.Mun Who Went Down. Down. It was decided to accept the of- Come prepured to tell the Down." pastor Swiss Bell Ringers fer of the Federal government what should be added tu 100 pel and the state to pay 55 or GO cent. Americaniim and who was thi Feb-6t- h. per cent as the case may be lo man. that went Down, Down, Dowrl. On tho first Sunday in Fcbruarj construct a highway from the 1920. the pastor begins n series of "Plaii Mni-ccliKings Mill bridge near talks about God, Creation, und Tli De Herb and pass around by all." The jirayer meeting topics fo Trio 7th Concerto Camp Dick Robinson thru Lan- mch Wednesday evening ure foun Cello Solo Truumeri... .Schumut Saxophone Solo Popular Balln caster and over the Richmond n the Hook of Itotnans. We arc trying to make all of ou Trio Sextette from Lucia Donizo pike to Paint Lick. To conMandolin Solo Boston Ideal Sio crvices entertaining, struct this road of the most .orshipful. We welcomehelpful an Violin Solo Mazurka du Concert you to an Mu lasting material, with what is ind all of them. Ocarina Solo, Cello Obligato Se known as rock asphalt, would C. I). STitOTIIKH, puito lected. cost about $192,000.00 and Xylophono Solo The Americai would Inst about twenty years. De, Patrol It is estimated that at the presMusical Aluminum Tubes Popular Harp Solo Mazurka. ...Schwei ent assessed value of the propBanjo Solos Darkies' Picnic.Br erty of the county and the same Comtlpation, Sick IItc?ec!ic. . Swiss Hand Bell Trio, nets, Ilkxllnj!, Sour Slurbih. 01 tax rate thnt we have hereto will the Stomecb, 111 llicatli j (n) Last lloso of Suiflnicr nothing belter than ihjt W . fore maintained that there (b) Irish Airs physic would be a sufficient surplus in (c) Southern Airs. lungarian Dulcimer Solo.. Pop the general fund annually to fOLEY CATHARTIC TABLE Airs. pay the interest on bonds ami Never ditappolal, Tike oac loin lurimbaphonc Duo William Te sad (ecl belter In the morning. pay oir the bonds as they maPotpourri Itcs Ctctl ture. Tho annual upkeep on Cttlwiw TU.t Sm AMotla, Tnu: lb"1 lv t Lot (usical Flowers La Palonm Yra I larerac luvt the road that is proposed to Isuiivfor ICi4llp4iloa LWa sad I fact J UllUMlMM. rami Chime Trio.. Medley of ' McRoUrts Drug Sto. lar Airs. rebuild now largely exceeds t TRADING WITH Have Everything here last week from pneumonia. The career of John F. Dodge paralleled in many ways that of n mnjority of Michigan's ' leading automobile makers. It began in a small machine shop; included many struggles against poverty and failure and its close found him one of the motor kings of the world with a fortune estimated nt upwards of $50,000,000. He with his brother, Horace Dodge, composed the firm of Dodge Brothers, mauufneturers of the Dodge nuto. Is the Quality Flour Try a Sack Today. Blue Ribbons Are Easy To Win With Obelisk We deliver in Town. Cotton Seed Meal. ' Clover and Timothy Seed Orchard Grass and Ky. Blue Grass Red Top and Oat Seed. Hog Meal, Kentucky Farm Feed, Ballard's Wheat Bran, Mill Feed, ' Wheat and. Rye Middlings, Corn, Oats, Hay. Genuine Kanawha' Salt Building Material. HARDWARE, STOVES, r ED D. SHINNICK, Sot-unl- Veteran Newspaper Man, Dies After 4 Months' Illness. HELD Conn "LIVE Brothers. STATE POSITION. KY. Kd SHKLBYVILLK. D. LET LIVE FOLKS." Central Record Lnn-caste- Shinnick, 05 years old, editor of the Shelbyville Hecord nnd former sccrc tnry of the State Beard of Control, died nt his home five miles west of this city Monday night at C o'clock after an illness of four months. Mr. Shinnick's death was due to heart trouble. He hod been confined to his bed most of the time for four months, but had been up nt intervals, j tic nan been engaged in ma news i peper business here since 1886 and' became owner of the Hecord shortly, nftcr it was founded. He served one term as president of the Kentucky Press Association and wns a regular attendant at its annual meetings. . He served eighteen months n sec retnry of the Bonrd of Control, retir ing when (lovernor .Morrow entered He wns prominent in Demooffice. cratic politics. Surviving him arc his widow, Miss Mollie Sullivan, and four sons, Lieut. W. C. Shinnick, Frank Shinnick, Charles I. Shinnick and Kd D. Shinnick. Jr. , for-mer- ly Stanford Creamery Co STANFORD, KY. wants your crenm Why ship it to the city when wc are your neighbors nnd need it nnd pay you more for it? ment. For 16 consecutive months we have paid more Try us with a shipWe pay all charges. than any cream buying concern. .... For Sale: Four Post Antique bed. Would like to iU your plain sewing and comfort tacking. Miss Lena Bright. ...... High Price Paid For Great Things Planned For Famous Old Transylvania College of Bible and Hamilton College Included in Kentucky Disciples' Forward Step to Enlarge the Equipment of these Noted Institutions of Learning at Lexington For the maintenance; of Its rightful place, so long occupied among America's leading educational Institutions, historic Transylvania, Lexington. Ky., Is to l.tgbteen of the twcnty-si- i recognised In matters p American letters Here nun, sctentren of the eighteen were from Chris- 1 n n col leges. O t flSsls col-leg1 Notice To Of Lancaster. lllllle Willi III!' l)kcil0 of Christ of the HUH', and IU tlioiimnd of throughout the country, In u lgoroui cutnpjlgn for the IliiHT.itlvo enlargement of dk equipment uud for TfM.fl.Mrt. Ik. Tm... CAf mt IS. Im, IU an u!lc(u:ito a library, worth moro limn n cnm p friends the member C o ncrcst In 1(10 wlui hud r er e tie I college ed- of m o,tV nm-tlo- of faculty. lege of lu hundred Baptist EVENING The Auditorium, ll jJLlL. iW mm. RL th. III ti 1', for the irn ndig 1 The fid if men Ul men Mr MiXa&lh'' iniii I unit nu by tire bat bo riidttced. Another aim 1' the ltirriA of the salaries of the prfe-Mrto a living tinniluril, making It posillc to hold lt present and to nun-inuthe ery bot uvnllatil.' mid which if fui-ult- uouiitd dollar, cVtuo)d ' li u i u nchleiemint place. In Hil l Hm. rMi 4 lMql.Mtt gwve , "Who Amerlrn." tothlrd were graduate of rhlir. h college. Trait) It ama and the of llie Itililo have mil l, ruled one two ol-lil, Who II. in. a In material for lo lneri-ndti- lis I Ik- - try us Women, will Hlmri' In thN rnmpnlgn, which Is to he ohi-diii) a a part of thu li World Mmemciit. Up to the time of the starling of the Interchurch World Mntcincnt tlnnnclnl lrlr, Trnnylvan!n tid Its friends will rouduct cniniKilcii Inter-ihure- iixlniiv llnmlltnti Col lege, the Junior College for Kioii Held, nnd Brrlve litng force. Another aim the continuance of tho pro- (lolli'le so long the priildrnt of Soutlieni niaster-genera- l, aim secrvturte t re a s ii r y, Confederacy ; of state, maintained by this historic rolleKe. Many oilier first rank rol-lrsr- ot nt s throughout the country huvo nlready taken step to avert a crisis In educational lutely linpoiblo for Instltu tlnri of learning to cxlt on the basis of former support. There Is also a widespread coiivlrtlnii of'tho noccMlty of the lunlntetianco of tho col. lege under dlMloctlvo Chris-Ho- n An Investigation made n few years ago rovealed Mheso significant Inllueiiei-s. cot of everything, affair. With tho Increased It lsnoif gen eral, sc. 're of United Males ena tors nnd con torney grectmrns Ftteaker the u ministers to llou, of s&A j.u r. h., lUr, MMiM j ... eilucn In For InigestNS &u Hm. Jum. Hint th many foreign countries, gov ertior of a large mitplier of .tales; ma) or of large clt les; authors of national and neodi these t International physician world-wide Itutlon bo so , tut ilk, i TiMrll. support t erj will he glad OIIO tli.it of I ho np- IHirlunlty of sharing In their wr .............. One of the first need of the Institution Is a building to house lis priceless tire-pro- Klght of tho nlnn Justices of tho ,Siiprenii Court of thu United State were college men ; seven vi the right wew educnled In ChrUllan col leges. Klghtren of the twen. of rresldent tho cnllcg United Slates' wt-rloenj slxteeu of tho eighteen wrle from Christian college. ty-s- tr facts : und surgt-ou- t of fame, ami thousand of ministers nnd missionaries of the Christian religion. Or. Itlchnrd II. Collin, tli historian of Kentucky, char- reputation; acterizes It of surgeon and dlvtnrs among tho greatest In tho world' history mra of mark In all thu professions and railings life.- - tatemen, Jurists, orators, graduates "as The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday. Jan 22, 1920 TO pUR PATRON- Snow r finld Wfiathep Soecials i SWEATERS, FLANNEL SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, WOOL SOCKS, RUB-BER- S When teeth are left to run their WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD POST- own course without care and without Mr. J. M. Stapp and handinme due regard to other pari of the body, son, left for their home In OFFICE BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. RATESi when the teeth are not cleaned regu- Frankfort, Ky. Itcinforccd by a Inst Mnnilnv nflxr -- n.n.lln rI . k ..v.r.t larly or cared for by a dentist, there r Senator elected by Democrnts, pre Single Insertions 1c a word ncaaquarier lor unvcr and Repair. Plow, day with relative and friends n dental wreck. Thi socn come sided over by a Republican LieutenI 1 1 A AA a a. No ad taken for lc f than 20c ,U'TO c"cn- - tlf Kve away live Hundred dollar to I Mr. Rt K M.cRolrt Is vl.itlne his mean disaster that undermine the ant Governor, nnd operating; under In thi column. Nn ad in thi McRobert In Atlanta health and mny shorten life. our customers thu year our rent being to much les we enn do 'on' K- a set of rules of their own making, column charged. One sore tooth may throw the en- Republican ,h,f w"k nml Incidentally to attend look control of the KenM- -.l will, l, A So..vn!r li " " c rTO given by the McRobert tire mouth out of service. A mid. tucky Senate last week despite the Seven Insertions for the Drug Company of that city lnut Tues night seige of the toothache Is suf- Democratic mnjority of two in that Concert on urapapnone. price of five. day night. ficient to convince any individual of body, nnd ratified nominations made Phone order must be paid by Governor Morrow for place on the truth of thi statement. promptly. Mr, Thotnaa East, an old Garrard Don't think thnt because n child' the State Tax Commission nnd the boy, who now makes his home at The House. teeth will he replaced that they re Workmen's Compensation Hoard. Logansport, Ind., wa here for n few quire no nttcntion. Had teeth freThey would have ratified also nomweek recently and was eordlnllv FOR SALE: A lot of good mixed quently stunt a child' growth both ination for places on "the State Rac.Mr, K. r.lkln was In Danville on greeted by hi old friend. He left mentally nnd physically. W. S. Embry. ing Commission had it not been for stack hay. Tuesday. last Monday and will visit hi brother If the permanent teeth erupt into the charge made by Democrat that FOR SALE: Two good Cnl Knt, for a few day at Dayton, Milch Ml F.llzabcth Gibb ha been the a elenn, healthy mouth, free of dirt one of the nominees, J. II. Hespess. Cows. Calves one week old. Ohio. guest of Mrs. W. It. Cook In Danv nnd decay, they will remain sound Krlanger, thrice had been convicted J. E. Robinson. for operating in Covington a poolLOST:- - Goodrich tire between nnd strong. Mr. W. It. Cook of Danville, viait filled with room wherein wagers on result of If thi FOR RENT: Store room recently mouth I ed her mother, Mr. H. L. Owsley, Hnscldcn' Garage and Stanford. A BrUI MtMUa of ths Cofls,i nd vacated by mc. Finder pleaie return to garage and microorganism from decayed baby horse race were accepted. Tuesday. Geinjl by Then W Aft lattrtittija. teeth they will cause the permanent Mrs. Rclla Francl. This disclosure threw the Republireceive liberal reward. teeth to decay. cans into confusion for the time beMiss Jean Mount ia in Howling FOR SALE: Two good fresh It is as necessary to clean the ing, but they rallied and nrc plangreen the truest of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. W. Kavannugh. hna returned M. Wilson. Mri. Hen Hughe child' teeth ax it i to wash it face ning to bring nbout ratification of milk cow. from Stanford, gate- Racing Commission nominee tomorand hand. The mouth is the Mr. ami Mr, W. M. Foley, of Mad- way thru which passe all food that row morning'. A new list of nnmes FOR SALE: Seven room resiMm, It. T Peddirord ha returned lion eounty, have been reeent visitors Kof into the stomach, w hat is the will be submitted, however, the Gov- dence on Maple avenue. Possession Louisville. from in Ijinriutrr. use of pure food laws if all the food ernor having decided to substitute nt once. G. C. Walker. which goes to nourish the body is for Hespess' nnme Micn Martha ami Helen (Till were Mr. Harvey Estes of Georgetown that of J. O. WANTEDi Old carpets, Clothcontaminated the minute it enter Keene, Lexington. Mr. Keene, like In Danville recently. win In Lancaster for one nltjht and an unclean mouth We would object Johnson X, Camden, another of Gov- - ing' nnd n little money, to make you MIm Joan Mount visits! friends in day this week. new valuable rug. MANY TOTALLY IILIND FROM seriouly if we were given unclean ernor Morrow's nominee, i nt pres- - a Danville the wt week. - Miss Fannie Uishop. Mr. K. Hrown ami Miss Ophelhi kmves, forks nnd spoons to out with. ent a member of the commission nnd SAMF. CAUSE. Ijiokey of Stanford were in How many individuals clean those a breeder of thoroughout horses. J K0,, SALE:-Pi- nno, Misses Fannie and Ilettl Chnndnlier, caster Wednesday (.overnor Morrow irppointccs on TnbIl.( Stcp.lll(1(Icr( ,0 The alarming number of death other eating utensils the teeth were in Danville Monday. . Kons Koof I)eC- - UU fr"m tMn)iin wo'1 after each meal? Food decays in the Tax Commission are (.eorge Mc' mn( 50 pa,on ,Inc or oj, ,ank Mir HIeen Scott and Missus Cowan Kn,f Mr. and Mr. Bd Gainn wnre with f Uncoln, were hppers In IjH' alcohol and other Hiisnous mixture the mouth in fifty minutes; much ikuuviix, umiKer, wnnviue; iioucn I ' an, many other articles. faster than It does out of the mouth. Greene, educator, Howling Green and Danville friend tMs week. under the name of alcohol or whi Mis Jennie Lackey. Mlr last Monday. Everything we ent or drink and James A. Scott, Pikeville, who suckey, ha tirred the U. S. nuthorilie W. P. Given of Danville. much of the nir we breathe must en ceeds himself. Mrr McKohcrts nnd I have Mr. NEW FEED STABLEt MIm Irene Aldridge spent the week to action. been a recent visiter in Lancaster. in HktHHOfwl lart week, with her Arrests of vender of these poisons ter thru the mouth. Almost every Mr. Green succeed Hen D. Ringo, j opened n Feed nnd Hitch Stable at friend. Miss Luetic- - ilendrickson. are being made all over the country germ that enters the human body Owensboro and Robert L Green for the Old County Ilarn opposite Conn Dr. and Mr. J. H. Kinaair) leave In Hrooklyn 18 barrel of must enter thru the mouth or nose. mer State Auditor. Mr. McHobcrts Hrother shop. Give mc a cull. Mr. K. W. Morrow, Mr. F. II. poisoned alcoholover this week for a vttu Ui New Orleans. pd. S. 11. Eslcs. enough to kill 'JO, The mouth is an ideel incubator for is said to be n Democrat. The others Marksbury, Mrs. Joe Walker and Mr. 000 people, wn found by Federal Kcrm. Here they find nn ideal con- are Republicans. MIm Mary Mae Walker has been Coleman Sander were in Lexington FOR SALE: Fine Black Jack, dition for existence food, moisture, Hobert P. Green nnd H. L, Green agent. the guest of MIm Klhwbeth Fox in Tuesday. ate not related. The former entered throe year old in June. 15 hands In Chieopec Muss., nnd it neigh' I ent, darkness, etc. Danville. the race for the Republican- nomina- - high, white points, good bone, good Mr. Frank Bste. Mr. S. G. Kte borhotHl fifty deaths oecurod from are omnipresent in every mouth. It is estimated that a clean mouth tion for State Superintendent of Pub- - hear and car. Fat and ready. Worth Mr. George KWnon ami Mr! Jack ami Mi Ulltan K4 attcndwl the drinking wood alcohol during the will contain many million of germs, lie Instruction, but withdrew in favor your while to look if you want a good illatt have been recent Milters In burial of Mr. Alvitt Ktc at Hlch- - Chritma holiday and 126 were S. J. Embry. Iportcil dead from the same cause A tall germs multiply very rapidly, of Mr. Colvin, Mr. Green is president one. Danville. but Monday. Stanford, Ky. mouth unclcancd for twenty-fou- r of the Kentucky Educational Asso- - l.l.VM. (from other cities of the country .nurgan. uromor oi "e- - Th..,, niL..UI.lti... ,l not tut th.. hours will contain many hundred ciation. .nr Mr. Kilo 0w4ey i the guest of LOST Tuesday night Jan. 13th, A split iu Republican ranks over her daughter, .Mr. W. It. Cook .a rosenuuve, .muck .Morgan, lelt last ftrKcr wh have been phy millions, and it is snfe to say that 1920, large white nnd blcck spotted reeup- - ,icallv wrerknt or Intnllv tilin.l.wl thousands of millions of germs nre Mr. Scott's confirmation loomed at ..loniiay lor ienTcr. 1 lo Danville. fox hound, collar on but no nnme. ., I f,nn, found in some unclean humnn mouths one time. Ajnong hi opponents was ... eniie n icw menins. heard of was In nbout Kemper Mr. Floyd Snyder, of Madison on each individual tooth. It Representative W. Iingcly, John Wood alcohol produced a total if not Herman linker, lane. Return to Mr C. V. Mitchell, has sold hi I a recent visitor in eounty, haa lot of light, when it doe not kill tnkes a vast quantity of decaying! who hns been here the grcntcr part Judson Ky., and get reasonable remercantile business to Mr. U. G. Lancaster. food mixed with the germs of putre-- 1 of the time since the convening of anil that there are many victims to pd ward. Haines, at I'oint Leavell and ha ac- this, that arc unreported, there can faction to mnke n bad breath, nnd the Legislature in nn effort to defeat Thompson Mr. and Mr. Charle tepted a position with Haselden niost bad breaths arc simply due to Scott. Maurice Galvin, Covington, be no doubt have returned from n viiit to relative Urethers. Mien mouths nrc not saved me scalp oi me rikcvlllc man. The f"ew Year celebrations have uDciennuness. in Stanford. only n menace to the health of the ' Mr. Galvin, it is said, holds n trump If you or your neighbors havo any I a,'''r' lo Chritma casualties, Mr. Carlton Klkin was brought Mn. II. M. Lear nnd daughter, pquessor but to every person they card during this session of the Legis- - manure or shoats to dispose of, from Somerset Ut Monday ami we inougn noi in sucn large degree, Mis Alma, have been recent visitors However there were reported 28 come in contact with. A chronic ab- - lature that other Republican leaders please let us know, are clad to announce that hi is rapid in Klchmond. seer on the fare Is n source of con-- 1 cannot afford to ignore. Coleman Hicks, Henry Lloyd, ly recovering at his home on Hlch- - deaths since Jan. 1st. In Chicago Galvin is reported to be n close Phone 382-A- . Lancaster, Ky. "22-2- 1 Vi deaths have occured since Doc. 1st. sidrrnble concern to the average Hoy llayne. of ltillsboro, rnomi street. Mr. In San Francisco n whiskey sub person, but n blind abscess at the personal friend of Senator Uurton. Ohio, i the guest of her mother, Mr, In a speech delivered on the floor Misj Alberta Anderson attended titulc that wn intended for New npex of a tooth or a case of pyorrhea W. U. Mason. Chapter the Lexington United i car a celebration, and was seized is usually ignored or neglected of the Senate Senator Charles M. The Saltie E. Sanders farm of 101 Hev. and Mr. C. D. Strother have Daughters the Federal authorities, It con Yet the boil or pimple generates a Harrirs President protempore of the acres, all in grass but 10 Here. Two o f the Confederacy moved to the Haptlst parsennge on celebration of the birthday of Gen-- tuned crude oil, embalming lluid, small amount of pus in comparison. Senate, declared that "to the names large new tobacco barns, one field of Klchmond street. oral Hobert E. Lee and General Jack- - oil of peppermint and oil of car The reason for most of the neglect of Judas Isccriot and Hencdict Ar- old Blue grass sod. Uest orchard in mine. Thi was a milder formula of these conditions is that they are nold should b added thonnme of County. Splendid location for house. n in Lexington. Tucday. Mrs. A. II. MUby, ha returned to than many of the substitutes hidden. If these abscesses and un- the Senator from Grant" (Senator This Is sand stone land and closo to her home in Springfield, Ohio, after clean conditions of the mouth were llurton.) Mis Ellen Smith, of Lancaster, I ottered for. mle. the "Kcllcy Fnrm" whisrc the high n pleasant visit to her parent, Mr. on the outside, exposed to view, our Senator llurton' reply was. that prlco tobacco is grown, and priced and Mr. Alex Grant, of Itichmond, and Mr. J. W. Reynolds. . L... r . ... i .i .i ' vanity would soon correct them. vvcro joined in wedlock' holy bonds per cere, L V I; It hns been estimated that a mouth dead, killed by the vote of Demo-- 1 at $170.00 Mr. A. II. Itiee, who ha been, the by Judge F. A. Kice in his olficc at G. C. Walker. with n tod rase of pyorrhea and filled eratic Senators who had voted for the guest of her mother, Mr. II. A. II. Itichmond the first of the week. with abscesses will throw out a quan ratification of woman suffrage. Remember, young man. If you Markabury, returned Tuesday to her Mny friends here wish them lurccsa tity of pus into the stomach und "The newspapers credited mc with can't break into print any other way nnd happiness. Itlchmoml Itegiitcr. home in Itichmond, Indiana. WHEN? Feb. (1th., Matinee and blood stream in a year that will equal having bolted the Democratic party", you can take a last desperate chance Mr. A. II. Hire, Mr. Louis Ijtn-draThe Woman Club met Thursday NfehL the" weight of the tntiru body. said Senator llurton, in explaining nnd become a candidate for president. WHERE? School Auditorium. Mr. Clay Sutton and Mr. F. D. nfternoon at thcir room on LexingNine out of every ten persons have his vote. WHY? To invc this community lecnyed teeth. In fact there are few Markabury were in Stanford Monday ton uvonue. A very Interesting Hut in all of this mad rush for the "I did not bolt the Democratic parto visit Mr. J. W. Acey who contin- musical orotiram was rendered. wholesome entertainment first, but people who do not neglect their teeth. ty. 1 bolted the Rules Committee. presidency, we note, with admiration henetlt of the SCHOOL The average condition of the dental ue very 111. Those who took part were Mr. Hnrry cm'' for "Every action I have taken in this that the proud movie actor is not to a am e organs is unclean, neglected, Im matter is conscientious. I stand re- be deflected from the Rlory of hi Mormos i lorn non. .ill Mr. and Mn. Lloyd Hournc und ILK! It b Amy Davvei. Mi paired and tlisensetL The human sponsible career. the 00,000 daughter, MIm F.lla Mae, motored to Dunn and in' puuue is urged to attend not body, like any other delirnte mechan- - who votedtothe RepublicanDemocrnts ticket in Atoka, lait Wednesday and were Mrs, Luther Glbb entertained at I only i for wholesome entert4inment 'in, must be in perfect condition in among the guest at a birthday din nn elegant course dinner Wedne-larecreation but to, help in n small order to function perfectly. Phyii-cinn- a the last election. 'On that 00,000 vote I believe I Mr. and Mr. I). W. day, in honor of Mrs. Hoy Ilnynes, way the worthy object needing uiveir-h- y ner such rrnlize that the general health could build up a new Democratic Dunn. .of Hllltboro, Ohio. The table had help. The eveuing program will be depends largely upon the condition party but for the fact that I see rilMiss Sallitf Klkin and Mr. Carlton tor it center piece n basket filled found elsewhere. of the teeth nnd mouth, that there I ing before it a black wall. When Csneral AdmUtlon SO cents. t:ik!n. f Ijineuslvr. hi.ve lirt-- In tholwltll C"t llowert. About twelve n direct relationship between a clean the member of my party allowed the Rtierved 75 cents. city thf week at the bedlde of Mr.Ku,," njoye! 3Ir. Glbbs' chnnninj: mouth, good teeth and good health. nineteenth (suffrage) amendment to hospitality. ...ouIatK' Chrlton Elkln. who vn injured in n Watch your teeth! And your go through to ratification they added Sr.'ht eyes, u Wood alcohol ha been getting n of you.: i uui rrty I Somrailroad accident at Moreland. hildren's teethl Remember that the vote of 85,000 negro women to I). Kinnaird entvrtalned n lot of free advertising of late. Hut Mr. J. ysurs ir yc w v . .11 ko j your syt'r' . YOU aro responsible for your chil Republicanism. erset Journal. I The Democratic few friends Friday nfternoon at her we're not a bit dry, thank you. dren teeth. Childhood is the aire party of Kentucky ratified that Mr. and Sirs. E. Prescott Hrown, home on Maple avenue, complimen sveti the stone deaf man ha much of Irresponsibility, therefore, the care amendment hut Tuesday they played who have been resident of J,oui. tnry to Mrs. Hobert Kinna.rd. The the hist card in the Democratic deck" wnifl' thankfuL .He can of their teeth is up to you. ville, will arrive in Lancaster this home wn prettily decorated and M. a. HATFIELD. Dentist, "Hotlc Jumblo of Jnxx sanilwlche und chocolate wa nul lll,ar week to make their homo here andliciou (adv.) So distressing! That story about A. H. sened. The affair proved a most music now Doing mulcted spun a will havo room ut Mrs. II groaning and squirming and tympa charming nnd enjoyable one, all of those thousand of housemaids on Danville Avenue Jlnrkuburv' num. mccruted public. coining over from Europe wn all a Htcruel joke. And we were just glory. liwr. biW.r .. , grown antelope I said to be A full BBBsP : .ng in the time when we could grad o. , rirclat Is Not Conducted For Profit. able to attain a speed of sixty mile uate from wiishing dishes and bcjrln I i. A3! 'lJ2i;ts, an hour. Ilully! When we wunt to ls luii LA i.f.'-- w . . There are very few American col- to throw on n little editorial "iIok". (i) cut n dash we'll just annex an ante saddle it up. climb abroad, and kick leges tliat'iunke any profit out of That in especially up dust In the eyes of our local speed their student. Hut for I!) true of the small colleges. maniac. their endowment they would have to Mis Catherine Warriner, of Hu lemvillr, Is the charming guest of Mrs. Stephen Walker thin week. Watch Your Teeth! REPUBLICANS "Get" Senator Burton. Classified Column I P" .-r- r . J. R. MOUNT & CO. Q Dcil u Gossip About Ne People lt-ti- 1C-2- L NEARLY TWO HUNDRED DEAD jut From Drinking Poison ous Alcohol Substitutes ' bs Micro-organis- I - i I . 8. mmr ,, j Ix-e- i i Shoats and Manure. I I FOR SALE. 1 d Swiss Bell Ringers Coming. I wtii,t, mn I St Made Yo'OBg' l.iiui , GOLOMfiDAL Transylvania College -- ill'. 4 c t... tt ? CAPS, HIGH TOP SHOES, AND BLANKETS. SA Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. i raise their tuition fee to such an extent a to make the cost of an edu cation prohibitive to many poor, but women now umuitious men --- d working their wny thru college. It Is true of Transylvania College at Lexington, where the poor boy or girl may obtain n classical education ago wa laughed a cheaply a any where in the Unit few year at the silly foo who pro-- ed State apd pay for It with their phesied that man would soon bo fly- - own work besides. Figure recently ing in the air. Now wo are won- - compiled show that seventy-fiv- e per I derlng how we can connect up with cent, of Transylvania' student arc la plane for use in gathering up the paying all or part of their expenses I new by workii.i; outside of ichool hours. for this sheet, Speaking of modern discoveries. long I It since you rediscovered the Ten Commandments? And how many sjs thi community except would really like to give preucher a truthful answer tu that question? We wouldn't. how K NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Owing: to the dissolution of the firm nf toy and LEDFORD, beginning Friday, January 23rd 1920, our terms will be strictlv cash. For the remaining time until we invoice, we will offer you some valuable bargains. All customers who have not settled their account with us, we kindly ask that you settle bv February 15th, 1920. Very Respect, COX AND LEDFORD, Paint Lick, Kentucky. i r ' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Jan 22, 920 1 J M. S. (CorrrHM. "Love's Ladder" Br ALVAH JORDAN OARTH W.at.rn Higher and Higher. Mlnkln's father Is making hlra study higher mnthemntlcs so Hint be will be able. to. write the prlro tags when be gets old enough to go to work. I toll THORMHIIX WAGOMS piipii. Owr. t "I dccluri'I" fxclnlin.il Zob, mi ttu'rt tvm n rllck nml n ktimll coiitrlvntKv In Morton'!, buntl stmt out u hti'.-- l ik.'le-to- n framownrk u tlnn-l- i f.vt In leiictli, ii nil tht-drew It back Into n conim.-- t VETERINARIAN. mini In' could plniv In liU Call, Answered Promptly Dajr or Mailt' It jouru'lf, t.M. it- Night. Phon. 317. "Tbnt's about nil I'm pwxl for ttTltij; In mtclianlcJ." Morton LANCASTER. KENTUCKY ratJifr ru.'fully. "Not much for miy tliliie .'lii'. Tbat'n why my til to Kunlcv Imv. dScnmtl.il tin folki. Now tlicii. 'Mi, ktvp your ouu tiiun.'l nml don't tnkc mo for n cnickf t me around mint next tlnif )ou Paint Lick. Training Memory. The memory ought to In a storelit. room; tunny turn their Into a lumber "Hands tip!" ordered Zeb D.ntie. room. Train the underitntidlng. Tnkr DENTIST vlll.ic. marshal of Plymptnn, nnd one enn that the mind tins n stout un.l Office- over Th. Garrard Bank. Leave the tloner of n glontnlng strntght stem, lili own extended Phone, Office 5. Residence 376., of wit nnd fnncy to come of themelves. Weapon. LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. Amid the olnctirlty tf t tit TrvMitrt I.Ike tho sun. we cannot see It moving, gnrdeu tlic person lie confronted win. but nfter a while wo perceive Unit It mt clearly dlitlnguHmhle. He Imd tins mnv.it; tiny, thnt It tins moved hatted nt till! MRlltlNtl', lltlt III' IHitl- - onwnrd. fl.il Mi ilniiElity challenger by IndulgIn mirthful t buckle. Maesulay's Love of Oooks. Exclusive ing X.i n low. Zeli!- - h.' nH.k.' nlrtly. "It If nnyhody would make tin the great Optometrist. I" ntily in.', Morton WHN. A ladder, est king thnt ever llv.il. with palaces n seeming burglar u tin roof of tin' DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. sun parlor, nml you naturally took and gnrdens nnd line dinners nnd wine, nnd conches nnd beautiful clothe", nnd me for n burglar. Well, I've been hundreds of servants, on condition thnt Opposite Gilcher Hotel. stealing nothing but klest" 1 would not rend h.itk, I would not be Office Hour 8 lo 12 and 1 to 5 p.m 'Mult!" iJnculiitil Zcb bowlldcredly, a king. I would rather bo n poor man but the young innn IiikI coolly token In n garret with plenty of hooks tlinn lilt ii nil, liil tin protector of I'ljiiipton n king who did not love rending. r l liliu Mncnulay. of tin' ground ntul of to n tr.i'. "V.m'r.' n good frl.-n.- l tnlti.," prefncul .Morton. Teo Much Johnson. FUNERAL DIRECTOR "Seeing in you pit mi my present A seeker nfter know bilge nsk.il tho OfflVe Over National llnnk. Jol rather," iicitllciccd theold watch-mn- young woman behind the dek of one fervently. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 of llrooklyn's brunch public libraries "I know- I inn trust ou with it se for Boswell".lf,of Hoctor Johnon," LANCASTER. KV. cri-t- . Pretty Hunlco Trescott lose mo She rntechlsnl him as to what Doctor l ntul I tun her. (rui-- parent who Johnson's first mime wn nnd bow did I.Mik upon me a n ne'ertliHWell re- Hoswell sjiell hli name nnd vitint were fined in.' tb.' li.ntM nml I Imv.' to wv his Initials. Then the timfldil with Kutilc once In a while, ntid n the im n cliarmlng imlle that she wnnt.il to Mirrli Ifn.li right off from Iiit riH.ni. be sure. "There are o tunny Doctor ntul my folding bidder I tuny to curry Johmon. you know," wns her final ulone, bnvi' clrrutuvcntiil Kruff old comment HATFIELD Nn4r Unl.al J.J.Byrne J. A. Beazlev cl.-n- liiu-k.i- n - H. J. PATRICK, DfcintlMt. Kentuoky. br Dr. Printus Walker n (NK-k.-- atti-ntlo- Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. A Real Patriot. Neither Montaigne In writing his nor Dt'icartcs In building new snrliN. nor Ilurnet In framing an earth, no, nor Newton In dlsKterlng and establishing the true laws of nature on experiment and a sut Hm.-geometry, felt more Intellectual Joj than he feels who Is n renl pstrtot. v tin bends alt the force of bis nnd directs nil Ids thoughts h:i.1 nrtlons, to tbo good of Ids country '), r Thornhill ownert conttantly comment on the cue with which the wacon can be hacked up." This is due to the full circle iron. The ordinary circle is but a half circle ( ). In making a slu'p turn bolster, often run to the end of the track and become "derailed"." Thornhilli cannot do this because their track ii a circle ( O ). tj COME l 'laaaaam''.BBBBBBKaaBWBBBBaa aBBBBavaBau..',4r. saw j nnte-Illutla- n - Others comment on the fact that in spite of overload, Thornlitll axles never break. The rcauin for tliu is plain. They use touch highlanJ hickory reinforced by a steel truis bar that extends the full length of the axle. Still others comment that the gran never grt out of line. Tlui unuiual feature is due to one of X3i that relieves the Ling bolt of strain. To others the amazing feature is the long life of Thornhill bedt due tn their location which gives them the pick of 'he yearly cutting of wood and due, in part, to the fact that they paint with, pure lead and linseed oil despite its high cent. Thousands of owners have found in Thornhills unusual strength where they are accustomed to weakness. tinder-"'iiiidln- -- Ikillngbroke. M-- Iiitp." Un their workmen 's invention. I Ic designed a malleable front hound plate bolted to the gears at eight points. It's literally a jacket of iron that holdi gears in line and insures light tunning for life. From hilly sections come reports that the old trouble of broken king holts is unknown among owners of Thornhill wagoni. This becaute uf a cup and saucer arrangement on the bolster John M. McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. GIVE ME A TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 m WWTE 4 Ct. lMHVtLLB,KY. ad fall valtw paM FURS ESSm The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon lur lands for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, It. L. Ellcln, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. ."Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hartley, 3!r. Emma Higginbotharn, ,Edd and N. B. Price. 3. C. IUgsby. ID. M. Anderson. L. Darker 1U. POSTED He winced uitb uiln to M'liilhlllty. as be trl.il to it". one nnii. "It's broken, Zed," he tbl the wat.bnmn. "(let me home, will j.iilT And iiy afterwnnl go and get that Indder. If It's found the Treicott' will guei what I've been up to. I'll bu urouiid In a day or two ngalti and don't want to be shut out from reelng Kit the ladder had collapfd, and here be evidence of the fact. .! wns too good n friend to Morton tn nrouie the Trescolt family, thus betraying his favorite's rlnmleitlne vUltit. lie trl.il to uroime Morton, but the latZed lifted him ter wns unconM-lous- . tMxIlly nml got him to the street. He rent.il him under a tree. In the tiiiirot' of u few minute) Morton wu reitor.il 'b looktil fondly nfter Morton nt . Tlu-bu kli.Mik Mi Ilnillt-s- , lu'nd cravtdy. licu.litroni: Morton Well, n mo.lt-- ni to Imblt nml chnrncter, & look.il ukui a mi lin practical dreamer, lie lind "liked to Alter yoa eat abnry talw fits with tools" xlnc he ni nn tir chin, ntul till predilection lind bii'ti present In lili Inter yeunt. For nit Hint the girl of the town ndorvd him nml trie jounz men tremure.1 him n u lactaatly relieves HuUMsim. cotntinnlou and friend. JGsF-sStorio- ie It wns tlir.-- ntKhtK after the episode of the ouu lHirch Hint old Zli halted ns he wns the Trecutt place, as .vni hl cmitom several tlmei betwui'ii dunk and dawn. "Hello I" be fluttered "otne more mystery. I certainly hennl a enmn R. E. McROBERTS, Lan'aUar, Ky. It echoed from the renr of the Trei cott home and Ze h eutenil the cniumlt. An he neuml a ontHltory wine of the lioune bo made u discovery. Cmiu tlm Knituid Iny n motlonlem form; out spread upon the crass wn the bidder Morton Wells had shown lilin the Mn day previous. Y.vb Klnnceil nt the house. It wns ilurk and silent. It did not take him lonjC to IlKure out the situation. Morton bnd made, one of his dnrlm; vUlts tn bis darllnc and In descending to the groom had tnlsaed his footing, or dlKapm-iirvd- Let us show you this perfected wagon. PATONIC W. J. ROMANS. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Caffetn From Holly Plant. One of tb many aperies of American bnlly, the one known sctrnttflcally as "Hex vomttorta." Im txtn found by chemUti to contain targe amounts of the drug rsffelne, one to one and a half per cent being atallsble from the dried Irsves. I'opulsr Mechanic Magailne. Play Safe. e ilne There are several methods of the edible from the poisonous mushroom. Hut the safest way ts to regard them nil as poisonous Io you recall the Italian lotanlst whose specialty was muhrooms and who died from a mess of thctnl dUtln-pushing Betch, Sycamore, Mapls, Oak and Walnut Legs. If you have nuy to tull write to C. C. MENGEL A BRO. CO. Kentucky wn. the TOBACCO TO J. Jin. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy L. Kcllcy. C. Rlgsby. ! L j f I Hazelwood Sanatorium Trtatmnt For th of Antl-Tub- M Tuberculosis Mslntatncd by the LouWrllle iculosls Allot iation tor c tin sdetuate treatment cf tuberculous In all Its stages at Uu tl nit. Rates $15.00 per week, board, medical attention, Uunilry, etc. High gtound Delight- ful surroundings. Special ratrt for im.is.M II wtr. (iWSmh If ft ul.!t. mid with Hie lnjur.nl member In cut for n fortnight longer. His wmllhy brother from the city, who had Imi-i- i NMiiewhnt distant with him for n year or two on nrrouiit of his shifting way, came down to see Win. He whn.ll.il .ml of Zeb the full di- tnlli of the accident. He exuiiilmil Hie . He, imi. ladder wlih mnnlfeit look.il over s.nenil experiments In the. wiiy of Invention In the workroom of his u Iff nl brother. "He's a genius, yoiliii Mort.m Is. declared the loyal Zeb. "There lu't a finer joung man In I'bmptou, urid if ld of hmi niul set lilin someone took on lii fe.t right he'd win In the end," "I think 1 mi iny way to encoiimg. Ing him to a start." repllnl Arnold Wlls. u speculative took III Ills e)e. 'My buklneis Is the mnuufuciire of banlwurc noeltles, mid that ladder and one or two other little Intention of Morton's tiiine right In our line." Ho told Morton thin, too, gate him some brotherly advice, a pretentions fl'er.il Mt check for his Inventions, cotupeimatluii for a )eur"s renlct In Ids bunliiess entubllsbuient, and Morton steadied down Into a svuslble business man. As a prosperous and accepted to the parvnta of Kunlcv they rather enjojed the recital of tho vylsodt Us dsy f the wertUlaf . u pluitter Inti-n-'tIsd-dsr nlre." tut Morton'K prtillctlou was wlllioiit baslH. 1'or n week In was tinder the surg.nn'it nr.' wfth onlers to rviimfii C. A. Speith Company STANFORD STREET DEALERS IN Lancaster, Kentucky. LOOSE LEAF T0BA660 We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the BRANCH HOUSE at MORELAND. Same Day. iKXKXKxmmtrofxmmKXKro The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Jan 22, 1920 Get THE Most Tobacco Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Offers You Good Light, Prompt Attention Highest Prices A SQUARE DEAL. A1TD Bring Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sells Garrard TobacGO Warehouse Company L. G. Davidson, President. KENTUCKY CROP RECORD IS SET Thirteen Chief products pay Farmers $400,751,000, Or IB Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Lice Dot-to- n. Incorporated W. R. McCray, Manager. stay with their tobacco at Richmond. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marlon Prewitt visited their son, Mr. Amos Prewitt on Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Humes ure rejoicing over the arrival of n 12 lb. boy, named Earl Donald. Mr. George Adklson Jr., has returned to his home in Missouri, after a short visit with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. D. Kellcy's two year old child died, at their homo near this place Saturday and was buried In the lloss graveyard. Maud Whitted, Misses Stella Prultt, Ilesslc linker and Gladys Chnnco were guests of Miss Stella Hoss Saturday night and Sunday. Iicrca hss been called to preach at Pleasant Grove church. The days being the first and third Sundays of each month. Mrs. Martin Orogil sold $680.00 worth of milk, butter, cream and eggs during the year 1919 from 75 hens and 3 cowt, besides what was used in the home for a family of seven. Miss llettie Scott entertained tho faculties of the Iluena Vista and Uryantsville schools and a few others on Thursday evening. Progressive rook was played, Miss Ruth Lane and Mr. William Scott receiving the prize. John R. Scott, Auctioneer. Height of Business Capacity. His Inalienable Right. Jud Tunklns' Idea of a good busiMr. Orowcher says any man Is Jusness man Is one who can keep doing tified In oversleeping If his wife comet mental nrlthmetlc while bo lets tho to breakfast with her hair In patent other fellow attend to most of the curlers. argument. Reaping Mschlnss. Over two hundred different reaping rnnrhlnrs have been patented. The llrM one was Invented In the eighteenth century, but failed through Its Intricacies. The Rev. Patrick Hell appears to have originated tbo first practical machine of this class In 1820, snd It was tint used In 1827, the principle being that on which the best machines are now constructed. Chins Leather Noveltlta. The finest and most expenslro leather goods are produced at In China. The leather Is made from lizard, shark, dolphin and snakt skins, which are very strong and durable. Snako skins are used for numerous articles, such aa canes, pipes, purses, pocketbooks, etc Carnegie Hero Fund. On March 12. 10OI, Andrew Carnegie tumid oer to tho Carneglo Hero Fund commtMlna $.'..000,000 la bonds of tho United States Steel corporation. The provisions of the gift nre too numerous to he given In detail hen?, but In general It Is provided that where a person Im Injured In performing somo net of bravery the commission tnny provide for hln until ho has recovered, or for hln family, In case ha dies ns tho irMilt f hi bravery. It also provides for iiiednl to bo nlven to commemorate an net of bravery. Mr. and Mrs. William Mutthews was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cobb. Mrs. Jim Clouse and Mrs. Iluford Crow spent Saturday with Mrs. I. U. Duncan. Miss Hallie II. Duncan was the afternoon guest of her cousin, Miss Those who find city high costs op- Hazel Preston Sunday. Mrs. V. L. Sander and son, Charpressive likely wilt become enamored nf thu mil when they learn that thir les, spent Thursday night and Friday teen leading crop produced by Ken- with Mr. James Sander. tucky farmer In 1319 will yield total of 1400.751,000, according to BOURNE. the report Iwueil here lat week by the United States Ilurcau of Crop Mrs. R. - Tracey was in Danville Estimates. Wednesday, This ! a high record. 151.105,000 Mr. S. II. Speake was In Lexington more than farmer received In 1018, Wednesday. or a gain of 10 per cent. This profit Mr. J. 1. Hamm has purchased a wa dcpite the fact that total protouring car. 1cm new Overland duction wa about 4 per cent Some few farmers of this vicinity than in 1918. have not finished stripping tobacco. Tobacco Rnk First. Mr. Ilradley Hamm purchased 18 Sensational price for tobacco I the main reason for the vast total. acre of land from Mr. W, It. Coulter The bureau estimate thii crop will price $2800. bring $174,383,000, compared with Misses Mary Lou und Josephine $123,716,000 In 1918. Thl I bied Huffman were guests Sunday of Miss on nn estimated price of 38,2 cent Lucille Huffman. a pound for all Kentucky type. Misses Emma and Lillian fierce Com V.lu. $t 27.875.000. spent Sunday with their cousin, Miss Corn I second, with on estimated Lou Kiln Doolin. value of $127,875,000; hay, third, Mr. and Mrs. Jou Aldridge and with $39,049,000; wheat, fourth, children were visitors at Mr. J. I'. $25,381,000, and potatoea, fifth, Hamm' Sunday, $10,684,000. Other crop with esMessrs Humlett Jennings, Herbert timated veins of $400,761,000 are sweet po- and Harvey Stone were in Lexington oats, rye, barley, potatoes, tatoes, sorghum sirup, clover seed, last week with tobacco. Mr. Cecil Hardwlck of Lexington Apples and peaches. In spent Sunday with his grandmother, Kentucky ranks fourteenth value of principal crops produced in Mrs. James Hardwlck. in 1919 compared to seventeenth Mr. nnd Mr. Eugeno Clark and 1918 and eighteenth for the average littlu daughter und Mr. and Mr. production of principal crop 1913-1- James Hamilton spent Sunday with Inclusive. Mr. and Mr. F. W. Montgomery, The ncreaire of wheat sowed in Kentucky last foil wa 719,000 comNINA. pared to 1,067,000 acre In 1918, Farm wage In Kentucky increased Mr. Nancy Adklson hat been ill approximately 13 per cent from De- but I Improving. cember 1st, 1918, to December Jit, Mr. nnd Mr. Pendlngton are vis1919. iting In Clay County. Mr. Dewey Anderson will leave In POOR RIDGE. n few days for Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Baker visited her Mist Arlelgh Matthew spent Sunparentt, Mr. J. Long; and family. day with MIm Mattle Deulah Cobb. Mr, Cronley Hoss left Monday for Mrs. Nan Moberley Is visiting her n visit with friends at McLean IIL daughter, Mrs. Johnson this week. There are several making a long Mr. .and Jin. Newton Crow spent Pr Cant Gain. I- BRYANTSVILLE Mr. Hoe very ilL Montgomery continues i.ui la im mumi ol echim, I Tttff. Rl.ivtxm, Itch, rtt.' 4tkut quntionlf tfcwa'. . Mr. H. H. Halcomb was In llurgin Tuesday. Prof. T. H. Grintcr was a Lancas- loa raiw othtr trr.tmmli f.llrd. Hum. 31 ui rtutvrd duo. deda of tuck row. You ra.'t TODAY. (Tic. on ear Umnty Mtth CiKr.nii.. Trr It ) u iltk 7c t ter visitor Saturday. Miss Fannie Kidd has been suffering with a bone felon. Mrs. James McAfee is very ill at her homo tit Camp Dick Robinson. the Miss Fannie Dowden spent week end in Paint Lick and Lancaster. Miss Kettle Scott spent the week end with her aunt, Mr. F.dd Grow of llourne. Mr. Cha. Dean and Mrs. A. F. Swope were shopping In Lexington Friday. Mr. Hogan llallard spent last vcek with her mother, Mrs. II. I Elder in Nlcholasville. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Edwards and family and Miss Kirby spent the day Saturday In Danville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Hutchinson were week end of Hsrrodiburg, guests of Mr. nnd Mr. M. O. Kennedy. STORMES DRUG STORE. PLEASANT writing. Miss Vergclia Ray was the week end guest of her cousin, Miss Agnes Instinct of Birds. Tho circumstance of the bluebirds being emboldened by the cold, suggests tho fsct that tho fear of man. which now seems like an Instinct In tho birds. Is evidently an acquired trait, and foreign to them In a statu of primltlvo nnture. Every gunner has observed, to bis chagrin, 'how wild tho pigeons become after a few days of firing among them; and, to his delight, how easy It is to approach near his gamo In new or unfreiueuted woods. J. L. W. HILL. HI Miss Gladys Ray is quite at this J. W. Dailey spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Ray. Mr. and Mr. Lotie Raney and little daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray. Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Everett Grow nre re- Ray. Mr. and Mrs. I H H H ENGRAVING Tou buy this work because you want something nice not In order to economise. Oood printing I better than cheap engraving, as cheap finery Is genoraIl dlsap- pointing. Our work Is the standard. 1 H flj 7, Mil lllanche Askins of Sulphur Well, wot the guest of Metdames Charlie Dean and W. K. Swopo last week. The ladies of the Grove church met last Thursday afternoon and filled a large box of clothes and eats to be sent to the Orphans Home In Louisville. The Rev. Charles 1). ceiving congratulations over tho arrival of n tine boy. Mr. and Mr. W. N. Grow spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Eliza lloltou and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor liolton and little daughter, Mary Ellen will move to their new home next week. Ray Misses LIilo Mao and Alice were Tuesday afternoon guests of Mr. Sim Ray and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. Price spent Saturday night and Sunday with hsr daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walker 9 JH ' I I LODISVILLK Call at Central Record office and see complete line of samples. II l Holder of The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 22, 1920 THE igi at RICHMOND is selling the highest Tobacco in the State. One basket having Tobaceo Wareh'se Co Sold at $1.50 Per WE CAN Pound. DO THE Bring us your Tobacco and get some of these high prices. LOOK WHAT WE ARE DOING FOR YOUR NEIGHBORS. average $87.10. Emmett Long, 4070 lbs Moberley and Doolin 4460 lbs ..average $60.69 average $95.00 R. A. Prather 1870 lbs, average $76.65 Clarence Pendleton 1590 lbs, C. C, Prewitt, 3090 lbs, average $77.30 M. D. Long and Son, 2615 lbs, .average $81.00 average $67.46 Turner and Smith, 1600 lbs, i SANE FOR YOU. Teater and Humphrey 2495 lbs, average $67.63 Hume and Hoover, 1845 lbs, Harvey Teater, 1060 lbs, Mosie Humphrey, 820 lbs, Cotton and Mack, 1065 lbs, Pendleton and Tussey, 2750 lbs, Broadus and Broadus, 1765 lbs. L average average average average average average $68.79 $69.00 $73.58 $8S.71 $73.00 $80.73 Averaging from 65cts to 95cts HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED COMPANY RICHMOND, WOLF TRAIL. Mrs. Powell Dailey has been on KENTUCKY. What the Flowers Tell. rose, loyalty; carnstlmi. admiration; violet, loixlint ptrt'tictb; Buster Illy, purify; Illy of the valley, sweetness and modesty ; me. happy lore; daUy, sentient- - ; water Illy, Influence; popi'y. contentment; onmni, hop; chrysanthemum, friendship; hotly, triumph. Wild Beyond Feeling. Shirley's er.ii '(mother had heen serl-otiIII for rereral day n Inqulrrit of the tiny tnls"llnw I trntxlma feellnc this inonilncf With a Mi. emn exprrmUm .Shirley nnernt: "She this mortitn', he'a dead." Kxrlm n e. the sick list again. Mrs. Abe Burton spent the week end in Madison with relatives. Mrs. Amanda Clouse and son were guests of Mrs. Carl Moberley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers made, a recent visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey. Messrs Hugh and Carl Moberley delivered their tobacco at Lexington last week. Messrs James Land and Coy Price delivered their tobacco at Lancaster last week. Messrs Allen Teater, Earl Dailey and Clydo Teater motored to Lexington on Monday. Mrs. Joe Ray and son Bernard, visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fain at Buena Vista recently. Mcsdames Hugh and Carl Moberly were with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mober ly a part of last week. Mescrs Ova Couch and Walter Con gleton were guests of Miss Bert Dailey Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Cotton was in Madison last week and spent a few days with htr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warner. Miss Rota Ray was here last week taking the Census and spent the night Friday with Miss Jessie B. Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley and attractive little son, spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCulley. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian entertained the following Sunday at an elegant dining; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray and children, 'Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and son. PAINT LICK Miss Cora Hurt was in Richmond last week. Leu Pruitt has Louisville. returned from Mr. J. M. Metcalf of Stanford was in Paint Lick Monday. Mrs. J. L. Coldiron was in Richmond Monday shopping. Mrs. E. L. Woods visited Mrs. T. R. Slavin part of last week. MIm Marie Ledford is teaching a subscription school at Manse. Little Robert Ledford is out again Land motored to Lexington SaturBUCKEYE n few days. day. Rev. C. S. Ellis was in William Master James H. Amon is rooming Mr. J. P. Prather visited relatives town the latter part of last week. in Lancaster last week,. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Mrs. Maurine Rose of Ravenna i term of .Mrs. Henry Arnold of Hyattsville Fothcrgill for the winter visiting relatives in this community, was a guest of Mrs. Ray Noel Wed- school. Mr. Robert Elkin was in Paint nesday. Lick Monday in the interest of his Mr A. C .Miles sold a horse to v paper. Hunter Johns of Jessamine county, Mr. and Mrs. John Browning visit for $150.00 ed their daughter, Mrs. Parker Foley Mrs. W. K. Dickcrson and son of The undersigned, will, as execuSunday. Richmond spent last week with Mrs. tor of the will of George Davis, deMiss Hester Patrick has returned George Ray. ceased, on from Carlisle where she visited her Miss Margaret Kurtz of Merce JANUARY 2Gth, 1920, parents last week. county, is vlsitinr her grand mother a regular Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley and son .Mrs. L. t. urown. (it being the first day-- of term of County Court, for Garrard of Richmond visited Mrs. Sophia Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price and Trcndway, Sunday. son spent a few days last week with County, Ky.) at about 1 1 o'clock A. Misses Ellen and Cynthiuna Pruitt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price near Point M. at the Court House Door in Lanto caster, Ky., sell at public out-cr- y and brother Less, visited relatives at Lcavell. the highest and best bidder about 20 Cottonburg, Sunday. The W. M. S. met Thursday, with land; said land to be cut off Mrs. Patrick has returned from Miss Mary Kurtx as leader. Mrs acres of of the HOME TRACT is again with her son Hubert Carter will lead the next the west side Paintsville and of said George Davis nnd same being II. J. Patrick and family. meeting. located in (Garrard County, Ky., on Mrs. Jink Davis was taken to the Mr. illidm Ray, sold 5223 pounds the Fall Lick Pike nnd about 10 Gibson Hospl ta! last week to be of tobacco at Lancaster that aver miles from Lancaster, Ky,, said land operated on for appendicitis. aged 744 cents. This was from the to be sold by the acre and paid is: Mrs. Ben Brown, Mrs. John Hal ground up and was grown from the according to the number of acres so lard and Mrs. Dunn visited Miss Nan' Kelly seed. cut off whether there be more than nie Campbell one day last week. 20 acres or less than 20 acres, how. GUNNS CHAPEL. ever there will not be more than 25 Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter acres or less than 15 acres. The part and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Kirk and Mr. Alex Malear Is ill with dropsy. to be cut off will start about 20 feet childen all of Lexington were visit Mrs. William Isbell has been quite south of bridge, on the Fall Lick ing relatives here last week. pike along the boundary et said land sick. John S. Ledford who bos been at Mr. II. M. Kurtz wus on the sick and the line to run so as to leave ns Camp Taylor under the care of doc near a straight lino as can be along tors for to long has been given his list last week. the remaining land. The executor Mr. Frank Land Is in Lexington discharge and returned home Mon reserves the right to have same cut for treatment. day. off as he may desire so as not to in Mr. John Land has purchased ure the remaining land of the said An Original Camouflage. new rord truck. Home Tract. Tho spider crab decks f with ss Messrs George nnd Homer Hall TERMS OF SALE: The purchas weed In tho hope of escaping thonotlc wee in Richmond recently. er will be requlreu to pay 1300.00 of Its enemies. Miss Inex Land was n recent guest enth on iluv at anle. inmr tn hn att. plitttf on the purchase price, and the of Mr. and Mrs. John Land. How About Germs I balance up to one half of the entire of the people born ilk Master Hillle Kurtz was a recent purchase price in cash when deed is before they are sir. One In 100 Dm guest of Master James R. Amon. made (this to be done as soon as to bo sixty-five- . Mr. and Mrs. Dock Slmpjon are said land can be surveyed) and he both 111 at their home in Richmond. will execute his nolo for the other 1 Master Clyde Humphrey purchas- one half due in year from date of deed, drawing interest at 0 per cent ed a pony of Miss Sallie Noel price per annum from date, and n lien retoo. UtCMtUSP tained on the land to secure said m " maWMwW)lnlA. U.k Little Miss Ada Mae Foster has note. fei U Mia M Mf Mr teM l been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Milo The purpoio of the sale is to pay AT Simpson in Lancaster. I m1 rrmt the balance of a mortgage debt If MASKS MIM MAIL Mrs. Jesse Casey and little daugh- against the entire farm, there not beter, who have been with Mr. and Mrs. ing sufficient personal estate to pay J. R. Sparks are now at home. all of same. Mr. and Mm. Harvey Teater, Mr. . ROBERT BOIAN, HA3ELDEN BROf. and Mr. Hobart Teater and Mr. Jno, Extcutor of the will of Geo. Daria. after an illness of ly lnt fit-lli,- - Executor's Sale Of Land. Iltuitratlng Progress. Tragic 8pots Have Pottle Names. The Chlroru Tribune -- ays: "If men Itnli el Usudrb. the "Gate of Tears,' rurlou animal, had deterred l the strait which connects the lied 'rur of tho unknown, we should stilt e in with the Indian ocean. It IlKhtlnc our fire by rubbing tw Km name from the dangerous Veee lif wood tniMihrr.M A II la. wn me followed our mrloMty, and have- hnrncter of the oaTlgatlon of It wa-i k "Tho Bridge of Blebs" Is the i matciie. piece of wood, with : i h'rh we Mart mr fire hy rubblnt tradition seatjn to the covered iiingeu-ntwo, hut twenty-fivIn Venice which connect nr thlrt tilthe !" palace wlllj the tntc prtt--- , ""n ino wailIsand over the Move "nd on which the coadtmined are onetime them pa lit the stote. nidurtitt from the ball of Justice to I.h Ignite from tho match, ami fie plsi.o of execution. ttnkra a fine ,flre. Kansas City Star. tx-c- n le-viiu-ieie THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan, whit electric startino; and lighting 5ystem,dcmmmtali!crimswith3- inch tires all around, is the ideal family car because of its general utility and refined and comfortable equipment. Finely upholstered. Plate glass windows. An open car in the spring, summer, and early fall. A closed car in inclement Rain-proo- f, dust-proo- f. tit-ol- Llft-Ssvln- g ""ki,ovc" weather and winter. In. the city or the country, n farr.ily car. The low cost of operation anil maintenance is not the least of its charms. Won't you come in and One-fourt- h Haselden Bros XODrccrcf--l oarage. M-- Dll-CGl- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 22, I 920 SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY LIBERAL BENEFITS BRINGS SURE RELIEF OOt.n MRPAt. llsarlrm tha yon i.a ar limr rm..Jr .Uy Th Taka Oil haa anabltit auffrririft humtniijr In1 ht or tvftjr t wlthalanil atturkt ii f kt.lnrt anaka Bni, tnlnK r th .1 1, MarM.r ami stomnrh traMni ln K1.1. .trim nllt h nnlaona ,, , dlsaast ,r. .i wllh (tir u runnrf Vw i.n.'h a ill at, ;r follow nrisana and to tiulM up and ,r tn, Vihrn ,11 m h ra. ,. trratn.'nt for hffn akiiK bjr Malta urcaru a'..rr, a whlla i .i Ttirao most Important organ ril'i lf in condition and pra-walrJiail. krcava nnr ant r I a fMurn of lha il I . thn bltHMt, unlraa they do thlr work I " jM't ..., ar inrapalita of ' " imn you ar rtnorni .rr lakit.a: Uot.n MKIIAI. .. wrarihraa, iiu-nnrvnuna. nn ' 4!..ulin tola Jrna draiK'inlaney. tark ' av .rh trmi-bl- , h .1 will i'rrfiillr rruril tmir monar nur l loirn if rmi ara not ituiu.t with .ln In tha1llfl "lljr anwhan doman. urlna' M Import- ira citti-- a ami Iniri' ,, Insr. Thaumitlam, Ool.U Mt'lAf lhorllnal no aub. aiil atv.pt all warn you of trnutna with r ur k I 'Ira lr ii.raa airna Haaloil put-airr- a ear a. OOlt MEtiAI. Ilaarltm (Ml t'ap. Al all dm tlr.ru NEW AND MORE Tor Tr t. rtt.' 'r t ,,, n4.nlln For And Ex-Servi- ce Men anil Hanrliclar-la- , degree of the reduction in earning capacity resulting from tho ills ability ." NOTE! In no case is compen sate payable for n reduction in earning capacity rated at less than 10 per cent. i j For a Year Courier-Journ- al S5.00 ANY OF THESE DAILY PAPERS. i thr kp 1 rnu, w-'- l I ,.,, Thtlr Ralativoa nl KfftctNa Dcrmtlr 24, 1010. Why Is A Headache? Common Lexington Herald Lexington Leader ral. lnr '' Variou, Cautrt for this new Amendment to the Affliction. War Itink Itiiurancc Act) v.hlch hni been pawed by Conrr'M and which Anrmia or HloodUitntia become n law December 24th, 1010, Common Cauia nijjned by the President when it wna I'nder the Louisville Times a Very Courier Journal with Central Record 56.00 For the club offers of lending publications sec us BUY R HOME war term insurance or United State Government life (converted) inur- ance policies may be mndc pnynblc to any of the following Hat of bene ficiaries: Parent, grandparent, stepparent, pnrent through adoption, wife or liutband, child, grandchild, Hteptchild, adopted child, brother, Muter, half brother through brother, half-ltcadoption, muter through adoption, Ktcpbrnther, utepMater, uncle, nunt, ister nephew, niece, brother-in-law- , ii person who Imi stood in the relation of a parent to the insured for a period of onu year or more prior to the insured's enlistment or induction, the children of such person; parent, grandparent, stepparent or parent through adoption of the insur- ed's wife or husband. I'tuted States Government life Uonverted) insurance may now be Go. laid at death in n lump sum or in installment for Htl months or more, at the option of the insured. The rate of compensation for disability has been greatly increased the amount A companen formerly granted under the War ' Itisk Insurance Act with those provided by the new law follow a: Temporary Total Disability. OF LANCASTER. W. It. I. Act a Amended. With neihter wife nor child $30. $80 Capital With wife but no child- Ufi. $U0 With wife and one child. - $55. $95 Vicc-PreA It. DKNNY, President J K STORM ES, With wife and J children $C5. $100 C M THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DKNNY, Cashier With wife and 3 or more chilr J It HAIlltlS, Individual $75. $00 dren HUGH MOHLKY, Central With no wife but 1 child - $10. $t0 With no wife but 2 children $50. $5 With no wife but 3 children $00. $100 Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. with no wife but 4 children CO. $105 Extra allowance for dependent WE SOLICIT YOUR I1US1NESS. mother or dependent father O. II. Swinrbroad, Alex It. Denny, J II Posey, J. K. Stormc. $10 each. $10 each. or both S. C Denny, A. T. Sanders, I)r V, M. Elliott, Director. Under the new law there is un allowance to a man temporarily totally disabled, and with no wife living, of $5 additional for each child (in excess of one) without limit as to VH K It K CLIMATE AND SOIL A It E N K V E It I D L E number. IN THE HIGHLANDS W LOUISIANA Total and Parmancnt Disability. ts cnali, no further mild, even and henlthful T.rmi $f Climal Aa amended for three yenm, then bal(Jet away from the njrorou. ance in five annual payment. I'nder the War Itisk Insurance winter Seven year to pay for land. Soil rich, aanrfy loam well ndpt Act the same scnle applied for Writ at once for further infored fur ll Mple crop corn, total and permanent disability cvatt, potntocs, cotton and tucnr mation as for temporary total disability. Splendid cane in abundance S, T. RANDLE CO., ' A distinction is made between Good road, achnols. S02 Payette Hank Building. Any aixe Irnctt from 10 lric the two in the new law. Under KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON. ' acres up only $30 kt acre the latter the compensation 'monthly for total and perman$100 ent disability is NOTE: (a) Under the new 55 amendment if the disabled person in so helpless a to be in constant need of a nurse or attendant, nn additional allowance is ' provided, in the discretion of $20. the Director, not exceeding I'nder tho W. It. 1. Act the same provision was effective, except that a man receiving $100 per month (as outlined in (b) below) could not bo given an additional allowance. (b) Iloth under the W. It. I. Act and under the new law, for the loss of HOTIl FEET Olt HOTH HANDS or machinery to do all kinds We are equipped with 'the SIGHT OF HOT!! EYES, or HELPLESS for HECOMING AND PERMANENTLY bedrid- - I'eplo-Manfa- Anemia Ov.rcomr and Tend, to Prevent Headaches n - MoRoberU Drug Store $1.00 Starts a Savings Account With $50,000. When one has an occosional headactio it is usually due to some transi ent or passing cause, such as indlgcs s, r, in-la- j The Garrard Bank & Trust THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus $30,000. ' etc. lion, eyestrain, When, however, one suffers from frequent periodic headaches there is always some special reason for it. Among the most common of such reasons is Anemia or Illoodlessness. This condition is especially frequent among girls ami young women and those whose occupations or habits of life keep them too much indoors. The one important necessity in such cases is to build up tho quantity and quality of the wenk and watery blood, (lude's is exceptionally valuable for this purpose. It increases the number anil improves the quality of thu red blood cells, those vital little bodies which carry nutrion to all jiarU of thu body. It improves the appetite, imparts color to the strength to tho body generally. After n u short course of the headaches decrease In frequency and severity, and finally disappear, if n they are due to Anemia. may be had either in liquid or tablet form, as preferred. When n buying be sure the name "Guile's" is on the package. Without "Guile's" it Is not Pepto-.Mongan Pepto-MangaPepto-MangaPvpto-MangaPcpto-Mangn- Glen Lilly 5 the FLOUR that compeets with QUALITY at a fair price made from selected Garrard County Wheat. Garrard Milling Company I LANCASTER, Hook-keepe- Advertisement Hook-Kcep- r. i The Morgan "Mystery" Historians seeking an interesting Held for resenrch might do well to time and energy to the tusk of settling , beyond all question, the de-vo- KENTUCKY. pay-meri- STOP! REPAIRING Ma-chin- LOOK! LISTEN! AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE On all makes of Automobiles or Knjjines. Wo can furnish you with n new battery or repair your old one. bnttery charter Wo have installed and are now ready for battery chargim,'. o With our Aceytelcne and Oxyjron Welding wo can weld 'most any broken part of an At r.ny iriw eitk'ino or fnnniiur machinery. time you need help on your Auto, Gas ISnaino or any wo will bo other kind of machinery, call us and night. No glad jobs to your rescue cither day or to come too largo or too small. Wo also carry a large stock of auto parts for Forda and other makes of cars. Wo handle the Now Crown Gasolino which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. Wo also furnish Frco Air and are equipped to auto-mobil- e, guaranteed. Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction Patrick Phe. & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. 31. "Mystery" attached to the death of Gen. John II. Morgan, the great ConHistory docs federate cavalryman. say, emphatically, that General Morgan was killed in n surprise attack at Gen. Uasil Grecnille.Tcnnessce. Duke tells of the killing in his "His-tor- y of Morgan's Cnvalry."but unfortunately left to inference the explanation of his statement in this connection; "His fate however, ii still involved in mystery." Presumably, this refers to the exact circumstanced under which death occurred, hut It has been seized upon to suppoit a story, current for years after the Civil War, that General Morgan, taken prisoner, escaped with the aid of n secret order, went to Kansas, where he married and lived under an ntsum-e- d Recently the New York name. Sun revived the story and said that nt a reunion four years ago a Mrs. L. made a speech in which she F. claimed to be a daughter of General Morgan by the Kansas wife, and that the General was known as Dr. John M. Cole. In a half-pag- e article last Sunday The Sun gives the facta as gathered recently nt Lexington where live the widow of a brother of General Morgan. This brother, Col. Richard C. Morgan, testified positively for years before his death that General Morgan was shot down in a garden nt Greenville on Septum ber 4,18(11. The body was buried at Abington, Tenii., later at Richmond, 'den is $100. Va., and finally nt Lexington. Lou isviiie i lines, l lie evidence is In addition, the new law providstrongly against the "niyterj,"bu! es that compensation for the even stronger Is the point made by LOSS OF ONE FOOT AND ONE the Lexington writer that If General AND HAND, or ONE FOOT Morgan had escaped, he would not THE SIGHT OF ONE EYE. or have settled in Kansas during the ONE HAND AND THE SIGHT $100. war. He would have got hack Into OF ONE EYE, shall be the light. Louisville Times. (c) The new law provides that for DOUHl.E. TOTAL, PER-- ; MANENT DISAHIL1TY the rate $200 WHEN NEURALGIA uf compensation shall be iThe new law provides that each of the Impairments men-- ! ATTACKS NERVES tioned in (b) shall be deemed to be total, permanent disability. Partial Di. ability. Sloan's Liniment scatter. Tho new law provides: the congestion and and while tho disability is "If relieves pain rated as PARTIAL and TEMPORARY, thu monthly compenA little, applied sation shall be a percentage of rubbing, will finclrat immediately and rest and the compensation that would be soothe (he ncrvei. total and tempayable for Sloan's Linfmrnt it very effective In porary disability, equal to the allaying exiernal pauu, strains, bruises, aches, ilift Joinu, sore muscles, lumla-adegree of the reduction in earnneuritis, sciatica, iheumatic twinges. ing capacity resulting from thu Keep a tig bottle always on hand disability V for family uie. Druggists everywhere, "If and while tho disability is Sic, TUc. $1.40, rated as PARTIAL and PERMANENT, tho monthly compensation shall be a percentage of tho compensation thaf would bo payable for total and disability equal to the I -o, nt Novel Danger Signal. Well Supplied With Teeth. The United Stntcs bureau of mini's The shark. It appears, In common . Illi miKt reptiles and llMic. Is not iniioiincen Ihnt It has developed a novworried by the fear f a tooihlex! old el method for giving a dancer warnige and litis u supply of molar always ing In mines, particularly metal mine, nlr U used m hand In rate of emergency. A Mr. In which compressed rows throughout the working!. An :inlir pull It. "he has d siitntnnce l Injected Into the f troth one behind the other, and ns nlr line, mid within a few min,it ns the teeth In the outer row are M. they are replaced by those Just utes the odor Is sprvnd through all parts of the mine. mck of them." com-prese- a IAS.UNOJEY. See. a H. C. tlAKIUS.VkPTM. ENOSJPCNCEn.P,.,. r .- -. 321 cun in- ;- cmcirr, North uc:.:'i.Ani-- r tr:ccrronATC3 institution or LZAnwKO louicv:llt, Kentucky cf rostoffio Commercial School Compluta Courso cf Commercial Vocational Trair.inr;. Studunla secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalocue tent upon rcqucat. r TOBACCO I I a HIGH. New ) I id (!) Tobacco is scllinjr high nt the Warehouse at Lancaster, Tobacco I ra, 10 I But Tobacco Canvas I ! I BECKER & BALLARD'S I at I I 9 IS GOING CHEAP AT Get yours early while we have it 8 Tnke advantage of our early buying ing higher. 1-- 3 cents. go- it is Weber Wagons :! Hi I I No bettor wagon built. Thu Weber fifth wheel and the swivel reach coupling are worth $20. each to you during the life of your wagon, and our price on the Weber, quality considered is either much too low or the price on Compnre and draw other wngons much too high. your own conclusion. Sold in the Southland .since 1815. I Becker & Ballard I PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. MaV? Bajui The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan 22, 1920. Prices Better than at any Time Since Xmas at Our Monday's sale was especially strong on good tobacco The Madison House . many baskets going .05-- 1 Above $1 per Pound. $77.78. $1438.15 $79.06. $3834.45 Several Reaching $1 .06 We quote a few of our latest sales as follows: Lamb and Lamb, 1850 lbs. Av. Smith and Agree, 4850 lbs. Av. Hoden & Durham 2635 lbs. Av. W. L. Prather, 4255 lbs. Av. 1970 lbs. Av. J. K. Herring, Oliver and Hume, 1560 lbs. Av. B. T. Lunsford, 2S45 lbs. Av. $87.73. $95.66. $81.26. $80.4S. $86.30. $2311.90 $4070.75 $1601.00 $1255.55 $2455.30 PrathQr & Creech 2840 lbs. Av. $78.94. $2242.15 Walker & Dillon, 3415 lbs. Av. $71.17. $2130.60 Mre. T. J. Million and Lowry 2875 lbs. Av. $73.49. $2112.99 Woods Hendren and Young:, 6470 lbs. Av. $72.05. $4662.15 Brandenburg and Rhodus, 5200 lbs. Av. $79.59. $413S.70 WE BELIEVE THE RUSH WILL BE OVER AFTER THIS WEEK, AND WE WILL BE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO GIVE GOOD SERVICE TO EACH AND EVERY ONE. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE AND WILL BE ON THE JOB FOR YOU AT ALL TIMES. COME AND WATCH OUR SALES. CALL 387 OR 99 FOR MARKET CONDITIONS. BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR LATEST SALES: MAD SON TOBACCO RICHMOND? WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED COMPANY KENTUCKY. passed as good citizens, and genuine Y.M. C. A. WILL GIVE ex.service men scholarships In Kentucky And Out- The Swiss Bell Ringer. side Schools And Colleges. The National War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. hni set aside about 150,000 for the state or Kentucky to be used for scholarships for ser vice men. Any man who can present an honorable discharge is eligible to participate. The State V. M. C. A. of Kentucky will have this fund in charge for distribution in the state. In each of the twelve of the districts of the V. M. C. A. there will be several men .from each county appointed who will .see that the soldiers in their own county are acquainted of the fact that there is such u fund available. This committee will be appointed in meeting In Louisville Friday of the Committee Slalo Kducational Sen-icwhich has general charge of the fund. these names will be announced for Garrard county and one of their number will meet with representatives from other counties in Lexington to award the scholarships as they are applied for from time to time. The idea Is that the money will be made to go as far us possible and to us many soldiers as possible and in every rase to serve the man who really wunU to go to school and has no means whereby he can do it. Some help will be given men who wont to go to colleges but the greater number will be given help to go to business schools, technical schools, and vocational institutions. At a later issue this paper will give the names of schools which can participate and will give further information. If this money is not used by one county it will be applied on another so it U hoped that Garrard county men will take up what is due to them and the cltliens shoukl pass the word so that they will know the money U at hand for their benefit. For further information apply to Karl P. ZerfoM, of the State Y. M. C. A. whoso address Is Y. M. C. A. Lexington. Mr. Zcrfoss is the secretary t--. e who covers this territory and he will Misses Anna Mae anil Lida Hroaddus. night. be glad to help any soldier in GarMrs. Carrie Y, Davidson is visii- Mr. John M. Sanders is spending rard county to get the benefit of this Profiteer landlords will be held to several days with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Ing her son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. fund. When the county committee the straight and narrow path in pay Sanders. Davidson and family at Tulsa Okla. is appointed they will be informed on ing their income taxes this sprint, Roy Long and Ainon Uroaddua Mr. and Mrs. John Prather were the matter and will be able to give the for the tenants are doing the 'driving spent Saturday night with Mrs. Sussn Sunday guests of Mrs. Matilda Colricht direction to applicants. and holding the whip. Hroaddus. lins and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Kinder. Revenge is sweet to the tenant Mrs. James Prrwitt and children Little Miss Margaret White has rewho has had to dig deep into his spent Tuesday with Mrs. Susan turned homa after a weeks visit to earnings to pay u high rental in 1010. Mrs. John Uroadher The Swiss Dell Ringers gave at the Gathering his family around him, he Hroaddus. Mrs. Jesse East and daughters. dua. High School last evening a concert of scratchy family pen in takes his Flora and Martha, wero guests of high order, refined, inspiring, enter- hand, searches the Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and e for that taining. If they ever come this way last drop of ink. and with n master Mrs. Earl Prewitt Saturday. daughter Hniel, were visitors Wedagain it will be "standing room only" stroke Informs the Commissioner of Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Prewitt and nesday of Mr. nnd Mrs. James I. New Castle (Pa.) Herald. Internal Revenue that he. Hill Drown, daughter, Ruth Cameron were with Yn litis. At the entertainment at the White of the Tlallroom Apartments, paid to' Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Prewitt Sunday. Messrs John Smith, John HroadTemple, First M. E. Church, a great John Smith, 1.1 Profiteer Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Humphrey of dus, Walter and Charlie Smith were variety of musical novelty instru Anywher. L S. A., ll'JOO for his near Nicholaavillu spent a few duys in Richmond last Meek in the interest ments were used with such skill and three-rooof their tobacco. flat during the year 1010. with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sanders. technique ax is rarely seen in this Hy gathering thesu reports from all Miss Christine Poynter nnd broMrs. S. N. Sanders and daughters, line of work, and to say the great the Hill Hruwns who are running audience was appreciative, is express- themselves nigged to pay their rent, Misses Linda and Nancy and son ther, Robert, spent several days with James, spent the day with Mrs. James Mrs. Joe Prather the past week, while ing it mildly. St J.oseph (Mo.) Ga- the International Revenue Ilurcnu Prewitt. Mr. Prather was at Richmond. zette. will have thu Information needed to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Griggs and two The Swiss Hell Ringers were n see that tlm Profltevr Smiths pay interesting little daughters, Misses company of ftno artists. Cambrlagc proper tax or face prosecution. (Kng.) Mail. Lcota and Marie, were guesta of Mr. The Information Returns now due Nothing ho splendid a the Kell covering payments of salaries, wuges, and Mrs. Robert Yater the past week. Mr and 'Mrs. Mllcy Heazlvy were Ringers bus ever been heard here be- rent, interest, and other income serve Mrs. John Hroaddus and family visitors in Richmond Thursday and fore Gloucester (Kng.) Star. as useful dnfci for running; down will move soon and will have rooms Friday. At the Surah Ilernhunlt thentrc and for checking up millions Mm. William Ruy on the RichMiss Jennie Harr of Lancaster with last night the Swiss Hell Ringer gave of returns to see that proper tax is spent Sunday with M:, and Mrs. Jos. mond roud, until their residence is nov- paid. a very line program on musirul completed. L. Vantis. elties. This very unusual concert Ijtrge business houses liave been Mrs. Alfred Poynter tvho had an drew out a larve audience of hoti. faithfully making- these information Mrs. William Sutton wna a visitor American and French. The com- reports for several yeura and have Saturday of Mrs. Guy Davidson at operation at the Danville hospital In October, is not getting ulong as well pany reMponded to the many encores. y with the Ijincastcr. would wish, being real In closing the program Mr. Georgette Miss Allie Doolin hns been lhe re- as her friends system. The checking iiovernmcnt of the company mnde n neat little same obligation rcnlt on smnller cent guest of Miss Rohu turner at sick at this time. speech, thanking the people of I'uris businesses, and on prufeasionul men; Jancaitcr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather and litfor their klndnvsi and appreciation. also on persons und organizations Miss Annio Mae Hroaddus visited tle Miss Willie Francis and Master Paris Kdition of the New York who employ secretaries, chuulTeurs, Misses Nellu und Stella Clark at Collis O'Neal were guests Sunday of Herald, Paris France. Mr. und Mrs. Cuty Hroaddus and Mr. servants, or persons in any rapacity. Saturduy. After hearing the Swiss Hell Ringund Mrs. Reuben Pruther. The Revenue I .aw requires the filMrs. Marcus White and three chilers pluy at thu ltemhnnlt Theatre ing of these Information Returns in The many friends of Mr. Randolph 'Mrs. John Hroaddus nnd the manager of the Follies Uergeru.'s case where the total of payments dren visited Poynter will be delighted to hear lie family Tuesday. Theatre engaged the company for during l'Jl'J to any person, partner Misses Lucy and Nolle Turner nnd has recovered from an attack of two weeks. Puris (France) Sport. ship or fiduciary was 11000 or more. but sorry to hear he is Mollie Homes were visitors Tuesday That the Swiss Hell Ringers nro Forms 10U0 and 100C, on which, the suffering 'from u very puinful bone entertainer of rare ubllity and never returns mus the made, arv now avail- of Mrs. Charlie Tuttle. felon. Mr. und Mrs. Uiucom Pelphrey and fail to please the most critical uudl-enc- able ut the olfice of Collectors of InMr. ami. Mr. J. L. Yantls enteris the unqualified endorsement terna! Revenue. Miss Nelle attended the show at tained at a delightful dining .Sunday, High School Principals, Saturday night. tancaster of Pastors, in honor of two neighbor families, Superintendents, and the Press of Misses Ollie and Fannie Merida, who will leave the neighborhood BRADSHAW MILL. this this and foreign countries. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle were with week, Mrs. John Hroaddus and famMr. Will Stephens is suffering with Lancaster friends Saturday. ily and Mr. and Mrs. John Smith und SOW SWEET CLOVER. rheumatism. Miss Jennla Harr of I.ancaater was family. All spent on enjoyable day, Uettcr than red clover, and $8 to Mrs. Floyd Snyder spent the day the attractive guest Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and famS10 ner bu. cheaper. Direct from Misses Maud and Fannie Smith. with Mrs. James Prewitt. , ily will move the latter part of the grower- - Unhulled, hulled, and special .. I Mrs. James Pcewitt and children Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harvey and week to their new home, near; Richscanneu seeu;- prompt germination. Prices and circulars free. Also spent Saturday with Mrs. S. N, San- three children were guests Tuesday mond. This good family have made ders. of Mr. and Mrs. Green Poynter. many warm friends the past year in prices on honey. Miss Linda Bandera was the guest Mrs. MIley JJeailey and Miss Dor- this locality, who will miaa them, for A. Saeehaa, Job R.D. No. 4 Falmouth, Ky. of Mrs. Susan Broaddus Tuesday othy Ucaxley were visitors Monday of while time lasts, they cannot be sur- - Profiteers Beware. can recommend them, a the best, to the people of their new location. LltUtASM Cast Aside. A man In permit nf no little wants. Kmnrmm. gre.-uni- true neighbors, and, it is with regret that we have to give them up, but grand-mothe- ink-bottl- Famous Statue of Liberty. In 18S1. on the !Slh of October, th atatnr of Lllierty, presented by Franca In the United Htatr- - and placed on llcdloc's Island In New Ycrlc harbor, win unveiled. The total hticht of the rnlimal statue Is ) feet. The potles-ta- l rl.ei l.W frot and th statue tower 1.11 feet above It. . THE $00 CLUB For the Armenian and Syrian Relief Fund. If there is a worthy nnd needy call for charity it is in far olf Armenia uml Syria, thu countries that have been so cruelly treated, nnd devastated by the German andAustrian Armies, leaving thouiands of little children, women and men, starving. We ure instruments of God. God uics us to achieve his purposes and we must help our brother Armenians, just ns we would want them to help us, were conditions reversed. Join the 15.00 Club, sending or handing your check to the Garrard Hank and Trust Company., Mr. J. W. Elmore, being the Trrusurcr, same to be placed to the credit of tho Armenian Fund, or leuve your donation at The Josph Mercantile Co. The following nro thu ones who now belong. In tho name of our Lord, be one to participate in this nobte and glorious work of upbuilding a fallen nation, nnd Join today. Uro Moorman, Hro. Palmetcr, Hro. Hudson, Hro. Strother, J. It. Haseldcn. S. C. Denny, J. M. Duncan, .Mrs. Mattie Duncan, Miss Jennie Duncan, Arch Walker, Mrs. Arch Walker, P. 0. Marksbury, W.U. Burton, A. TrScott, 4 D. Joseph, P. S. Hughes, Signed, A. D. Joieph, CHeT. GUY. rs whole-heartedl- 'l L d.