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A WARNING ELECTION CALLED SLEET STORM URGES PROFITEERS LAST MONDAY It Is nowMielnjc submitted to BE JAILED. The Progressive Wednesday and Thurs the consideration of the people Dog Owners Had Better By Was A Big Day In Lanwhether they shall fnvor the Is Boyle Fiscal Court caster. day of Last Week one Senator Capper Flays suing of bonds to accept the Have Their Canines For The Purpose of Voting A Small Federal Aid and try the plan of Inrgest crowds seen In One of Tagged. of the Worst Ever Manufacturers Who Lancaster the several court days was In building permanent highways. Tax of IS Cants on the Hundred here last Monday, Quite a lot of For Th Federal Highway. This naturally will bring a Hath the Sheriff nml County Clerk Seen Here. Gouge Public. mules were on hand and some of Hy are giving warning to the proplc who great deal of discussion. The lloyle Fiscal Court, nt a called them sold well. Good mules nre selland get their line this agitation every voter in own license to payViolatortax the dog meeting, held yesterday, decided to One of the worst sleet storms that WASHINGTON, Jan. 24. Jail ing higher than ever known nnd when of tag. the visited this section of tho the County may be enlightened law will he arrested nt oner. The call an election for Saturday, Fcbru ever down upon this community state bars for profiteers was urged by Sen- the farmer begini to look around for last ator Capper, Republican. Kansas, In something to plow Inter In ary 28th, for thr purpose of voting fell the spring to bring the before he is called upon to act. efforts of some lait a tax of IT cents on the $100, for a Wednesday and continued through an address today In the Senate. Pro- he may have to pay n great deal more Wo are going to publish for our tot; law Into disrepute fulled com- poriod of Thursday. Had not the weather fiteers, he said, nrc more dangerous than the owners two ytars, in order thnt are asking for them of readers a few short letters pletely, anil n considerable nmount haa lloyle county can be enabled to build moderated when it did tho result of than "Reds". now. Up to this time very little If law against that each week from both those the icntlnient Into heavy partizan her part of the proposed Federal tho damage done would have been Advocating legislation by Congress any plowing has been done and when been converted who are .hip as people have been able to ire Highwny that is hooked to run from much heavier. to curb profiteering, Senator Capper the season does open up, the demand who favor and those As it was it was the worst ever said the people could help themselves, for work mules will be greater than against the bond issue. At tho success in the sheep Induitry In llnrt county to anil through the coun seen in this section of the slate. too, If they would organize to boy- the supply. Take it from us. ties of Green, Taylor, Marlon, lloyle, the same time we wish it under- the state. Most of the damage done and those Mr. Fletcher Mann, of Lexington, Thu Advocate cott the "profit hogs by refusing to ia Garrard and Madison. that suffered the greatest losses was stood that the editor of this The Commissioner at Frankfort goods offered ut extortionate one of the best mule buyers in the now going to require the strictest en wishes to strongly endorse the lloyle the Hnstin Telephone Company, put buy paper favors the issue of the forccment by the county officer. It Fiscal Court for this wise stand it hus prices." state wns here last Monday and ting several hundred out of The Kansas Senator declared there bought fourteen mules. He purbonds and shall continue from is likely thnt in Mercer but few ar taken nml we feel that tho people of commission, that mayphones several take could be no doubt that "the public is chased eight of them from Center week to week to give our rea- ret will be made when it become this forward looking county will un- weeks to repair. being sandbagged" in view of profits Urothers, for which he paid $235.00 law is going to be cn hesitatingly vote an endorsement of sons to the public. We do not known that thia On the Richmond nnd Lancaster to the move next month. lloyle county road it is said that there are possibly received by large manufacturing cor- a round. He also bought six cracker-jack- s forced to the limit. The plan agree to publish all the letters porations and the rise in the value of from Virgil Gastineau, for doc owner has enjoyed better roads than most that we receive either for or first arrest the delinquent his dog tax any county in Kentucky and the peo- 100 irales down between Lancaster their securities. He cited figures re- which he paid n total of $2,000.00. and if he fails to pay Lick. A against the proposition, but when he pays his fine, the Sheriff will ple want none but the best here and and Paintaro working large crew of garding the American Woolen Com- These nrc nil marc mules nnd good workmen every day and such as we think may bring out then kill his dog in compliance with they will respond ungrudgingly to the most of the night, trying to get the pany, the Central Lcnthcr Company, ones. Fiscal Court's call for the meagre Center Urothers bought Steel new ideas and new points as the law. It is evident that some few sum asked. Come on now Chamber system bnck to normal conditions and the Crucible Steel Company, the Uni- Logan Hubble for $150.00 thatone of ted States Corporation nnd wasn't think they can tcmporUc with Uie they nsk the public and patrons to be the agitation grows. One of so good but well worth the money. law, hut of course there are others of Commerce and get behind this ns lenient with them ns they can. others. the first arguments that we who merely neglect or forget to tag worthy move. Danville Advocate. Percy Hagcr bought a horse mule Cites Profit In Clothes. The company's losses will run Into Referring to increased prices of from Royston Ray for $180.00 that have heard against the bond their dogs properly, and are willing INCOME TAxlvi AN several thousand dollars. also heavy clothing Senator Capper read a tele- looked high but knowing ones claim issue Is that It would favor to do It Immediately when their at llastin Urothers were gram from the Wool Grow- he was cheap. those who live and own prop- trillion Is called to it. The task of To be in Lancaster Soon sufferers, many of their wires being ers' Association National that the wool stating torn down by falling limbs, laden in a suit of clothes selling erty as against the outlying dis- enforcing this law is very disagree for $100 FACTS Sheriffs, hut It to ull F.lwood Hamilton, Collector of In- down with Ice, which has practically of the County and those able onedone and the have no choice trict costs only $7.37. they must be ternal Revenue, is sending his de- stripped every maple tree In the city. "A CO per cent increase in tho price who live upon the lateral mac- In the matter. So strong is the sen puties to various parts of the Slate Owing to the broken telephone Come To Light In Big wires adam and dirt roads. We think timent growing in favor of this law to assist taxpayers in making out falling over the high charged electric of shoes by next summer is predictthe president of the National Booze Case this is both a narrow and a sel- that there is n feeling in the state their 01V Income Tax returns. The wires, this company was compelled to ed by Travelers' Association," conShoe proposi- that the penalty should be Increased Collector announces that during the suspend business for two days nnd tinues .Mr. Capper. "The day fish view to take of the this OHIO MEN PAID KNEBELKAMP for offenders, both officers of the tion. In the first place, the law and the dog owners. Harrods-bur- g period for tiling returns, one of his the town during that time was in ut prediction appeared another extra $35,000 FOR 250 CASES FROM deputies will visit the county-sen- t of ter dnrkness. Things are being ad dividend was declared by the Central Federal Government and the Herald. each county in the State, and in a few- justed rapidly however and business Leather Company." WATHEN DISTILLERY. State olTers us about Two Huninstances, will visit towns other than will soon be its normal self again. "Common stock of this company Whiskey shipped from Louisville Thousand Called For A dred and forty-fiv- e the county-seawas rated nt 58 a year ago. It is Collector Hamilton says that these SPECIAL ELECTION now quoted around 105. While the tho Wathen warehouse on Seventh Dollars. Unless we vote these "Show Down". offices are sent out to be of real ser street road, which accompanied the bonds we lost this money. Ourj people contemplate going barefoot FRANKFORT, Ky. The Senate. vice to the taxpayers, particularly to Called For March 30th, the leather trust walks on velvet, truck seized at Versailles, Ky., Janroads need work too much at Tuesday called on Governor .Morrow those taxpayers who have not before uary 11, was purchased by Charles mndc thicker. A year ago It was the Butcher, Covington; his brother-in-lathis time to reject such an of- for a show down with regard to tho had occasion to make n return. 1920. war demand for leather that made Dennis Buckley, and Geo. fer. Again, when a road is claim of 314 useless offices created The officers will be glad to furnish shoes high. Now it seems to be the Hamilton, Ohio, nccording to County, since Wilson's administration, The blanks and supply necessary infor A petition signed by nearly two built In any part of the peace demand for velvet. an affidavit made Friday before Inter is to be assumed that it Is vote was 1H to 10, Senator 11. II. liar mation. Taxpayers are invited to hundred and fifty citizens and land if it "Just now the greatest of the officers ser- owners of the county was presented qulck' game in America is gouging In nal revenue agents at Cincinnati. voting for any specific neighborhood ris, a well known Republican, the tit avail themselves Butcher, who swore to the affivices. to Judge Forest Stapp last Monday. sugar. The Increase In the price of with Democrats and offsetting or adjoining property holders, fcctlon of Senator C. W. Ilurton, davits, claims the whiskey was purThe Income Tax Man will be in asking lhat a voto of the citizens of sugar will add $1,000,000,000 to it 'would be a discrimination Democrat, of Grant county, who has this county on the following dates: tho 'county be taken as to whether burdens now being borne by the chased from W. F. Kneblcknmp, con the against all other parts of the consistently voted with Republicans February 13th, 14th, lfith, 17th. 18th, bonds to the extent of $102,000.00 American people. The stock of the nected with tho Wathen distillery; that Kncbelkamp was given $35,500 shall be issued to pay the county's beginning. Harris said he was 10th, 20th and 21st., at Lancaster. County, If the above reason since Company has adpart of the Federal Highway, to be vanced more than 200 per cent in the in cash for 250 cases of whiskey. elected on the platform of abolishing was taken as u test. A truck carrying 100 cases of whisuseless offices and he wanted to know American Legion Call. run from Kings Mill via Camp Dick last twelve months, probably because Hut a complete answer to about them. key was seized at Versailles, January Robinson, through Lancaster and on TO ALL KX SOLDIERS, MARINES of the 'sugar shortage.' 11th, after the two negro drivers had this is that permanent road to Paint Lick over the Richmond StidH AND NAVY: opened a case, got drunk and lost Is for all the coun- Warning to The Public. pike. construction There will be a meeting of the Flays Lumbar Trust. their way. Judge Stapp acted very promptly American Legion of i'ost lleidal San- ty and must begin somewhere, "We have 4,000,000 homeless per. Owing to the destructive sleet last The whiskey, it is alleged, was repfor No. 35, at the Police Court room the request of the citizens and has sons in the United States as a result and over the highway that week, which was very disastrous to called a special election for Tuesday, of the melon cutting in lumber. resented to be used for medicinal 1'. M. Saturday night purposes. The tax paid was $2.60 a brings the most good to all the the Telephone Company, we warn the next you were in the at 7:15 you arc MliVch 30th, to take the sense of the service If There has been and is shameless pro gallon, instead of the $0.40 rate republic to be careful of poles and wires County is the place where it voters on this proposition. cordially invited and urged to be fiteering in that industry'. of quired on beverage liquor. AccordThe call will be ound elsewhere should start and it is the road on public highways, and in case the present for this meeting, as matters "The market price of the farmer's ing to Butcher the whiskey was to scrlout trouble please report to The Telephone office. We have a crew of importance will be brought up in this issue of the Record. livestock has declined nearly GO per have been shipped to Hamilton Ohio. that should be built first. that cent, bringing many farmers to the road upon which this money of men working and arc trying to Ket shouldyou as un American Citiicn Efforts of internal revenue agents L. B. Conn Here. be interested in. verge of bankruptcy, but the high to locate the missing truck have been would be expended is the one all lines in as soon as possible. Legion Is nn organ The American We are glad to welcome back to prices the consumer pays for meat unavailing. Butcher claims that he Unit In Telephone Co. main highway in the County It. ization that in no way binds you to Ijincnster, Mr. L. II. Conn, who has are virtually unchanged. paid $10, ICG and his brother-in-laIt THE SWISS DELL RINGERS. the Government, it is non political that must be maintained. "The income tax returns prove the each to Knebelkamp nnd that Renners making his home in Danville been and non religious, this Is for the white is estimated that the annual refor the past five years, where he has mine operators get excessive profits. paid the remaining $15,CCC. pairing of this road is more waste of funds and we are men only who served in the Great had the exclusive agency for the "All the quotations I have referred Two large trucks were provided Wur. than the interest would be up-o-n anxious to see Garrard County We arc Intending to, through the lluick cars in connection with his to conspire to prove thercis profiteer for the shipment northward of the ing by the great industrial corpora liquor according to Butcher, along the proposed bonds. And start upon a system of perman- Nutionnl Association to hut'e an or- garage, which he sold recently. He will handle this splendid and tlons that have sandbagged the pub with drivers and negro workers. One even If the Federal money is ent road construction and by ganization for the Wives, Mothers popular car here and has already re- lie, rather than by merchants who truck, he said, was loaded with 100 not accepted that is offered us the use of tho proposed bonds and Sisters of th boys who served ceived several of the 1020 models. deal directly with the consumer. cases and the other with 150 cases. "Nd doubt there is price gouging the Richmond pike at this time with Federal Aid proposed we their country. Watch for his advertisement In the The largest of the trucks was to On Sunday 1st, by some of the retailers, but it is the precede the other, which was supmust bo reconstructed, which have an opportunity to make be n drive to February the there will next issue. get nil price of goods, when they leave the posed to keep close behind. Two would cost more than one a good start. Wo are persuad- men into this organization and it be factory to which tho Administration's negroes on the second truck lost their Big Sale Ahead. eighth of the proposed bond ed that the interest upon the hooves you as citizens of the great best attention should be first direct leader nt a fork in the road on the Mr, J. A. Robinson was In the city ed." issue, in fact, the contract has bonds can be paid and the Commonwealth of Kentucky to join outskirts of Frankfort, Ky., but yesterday nnd asked us to state that already been let subject to a bonds matured without any in- this League. going. They were halted at The following aro members of this his big sale of personal property will Mules High And cancellation upon the carrying crease in the rate of taxation, Post and they are urgently nsked to be pulled Versailles and arrested. off on March 3rd, consistRevenue notiat of the bonds, for the expendi-tur- provided laud values do not be present and to try and bring sev- ing of live stock of most every desIn Great Demand. fied. Everyagents were wasonceclosely bridge of a large sum of money decrease and the assessment of eral other members with them, cription. On the same day Mr. J. I. Mule buyers from various points guarded nnd every on the Richmond pike. If the the County is maintained at its whether you are a member or not, we Hamilton will sell the famous Spring over the State and Tennessee, ns As yet the whiskeyautomobile.halted. tins not been lowill appreciate yqu meeting with us Hill farm nt public auction. This bonds are issued and this road present level. We do not well ns from Alabama and Georgia, cated, but Butcher says he believed is rebuilt it releases the entire menu that a larger sum than next Saturday night at the Police sale will begin at 0 A. M. and will were on the streets early, but the it reached Hamilton, lt supposed Court Room, Jan. 31st, nt 7:15 I. M. last the entire day. Lunch will he annual road fund to be used in the present road money collectIf you cannot bo present please served and the farm will be sold im- rumor of high prices had preceded destination. maintaining of ed could not be used profitably, notify the Post Commander at once. mediately after. Watch for the ad- them, so with a full market of high At ono place on the road, within rebuilding and grade mules to pick 25 miles Cincinnati, n truck was the other roads in the County, if judicially expended. That Messrs John G. and Robert Kinnnird; vertisements which will appear In this more brisk than ever from trade was hailed by of revenue officers, but when before witnessand Instead of the voting of the question can be raised and later Willie Mac and Puul Elliott. J. Wade paper in our next issue. Tho sale ed on a county court day. Accord- the cheauffeur sang out: "Why, yes. Walker, Dunn. Chus. M. will be conducted by Messrs Hughes ing bonds being to the detriment of settled whether the people de- Thompson,Gus P. Drown, Chas. Gooch, and McCarty to the best figures obtainable 290 We've got the whiskey, we're the Cecil of Stanford. g mules were sold. Ono car averaged government agents tnking it to town," . roads of the sire the collection and expendia r.m . ti.mr the r. a. viiiuiti, vtmium nnu joej County, It Is the only hope for ture of a large road fund. havanaugh, J. C Simpson, Charles Rankin Home Burns. $325; a number were sold for $400, they were allowed to pass. and the lowest recorded price wns Both trucks were covered with assistance to any extent. Whether we are pleased with A. Preuitt, Adolph Joseph, Alex and Mr. James D. Rankin had the mis- $180. black tarpaulins and together with largo the present road management Charles II. Doty, Joo Wheeler, Henj. fortune to lose his handsome home The releasing of this It was understood that one Simp the cases of whiskey other articles Hilly F. Miller, Kinnaird by Are last Sunday morning ubout son county farmer refused $2,000 were loaded for camoullage. sum of money for this main or not should not cuter into Woods. Robert L. Meadows, Charles ten o'clock, supposed to have caught for four extra good ones. Aside from alleged violation of the highway would airord quite a thu consideration of this quesJames Kldd, Slmmle Murphy. E. V, Hogan paid Halcomb llros, prohibition und revenue laws bearto repair the roads which tion, because if these bonds are Sid Aldridge, Win. Layton, John II. from a defective flu. The home Is Hum known us the Chestnut place and was $1,000 ing on the the men are not required to bear heavy voted it will be expended un- Jennings, llrcwer Layton, Curtis purchased by Mr. Rankin about three nnd Henfor a pair of matched mules are subject, case, declared implicated Humphrey received the next it is W, U. Mason, Glass II. Cartrairic. One of the principle der the direction of State and Sanford. years ago nnd lies near the Fork highest price, $1)00, for a pair. under the Reed amendment in reasons which lead us to be Federal Koad department and rier, Uryaa Gastineau, Mark Jen- church on the Lexington pike. His Franklin Favorite. the event that the whiskey wus taken nings, Richard Lackey and Elmer losses will run into the thousands, urgent advocates of tho bonds the success of the present or Miller. from Kentucky into Ohio. with only $1,800 Insurance. A porThe whiskey was priced to the pur Legion Meeting. is that a way may be provided any other road administration We are expecting the above memtion of the contents were saved. The chasers at $122 a case for the 250 by the release of tho annual is not up for settlement. Wo bers to be present and bring with building would cost $10,000 to reAmerican Legion Mealing neat cases, according to Butcher's statemen ax place It at present prices. Saturday nifkt at tk Police Court ment. road fund to havo this money trust that our people may give them oi many Room at 7llS P. M. All spent upon roads which have this important issue u fair and possible, wo also extend an InvitaPeople make a great mistake by men are urgently requested to be tion to any Lcgionaire visiting in the Buy your Clover, Timothy aad heretofore been neglected. We full consideration before mak- city. Resp. not ciiTylng more Insurance with present. Blue Grass seed from II. C. Bailey are convinced that water ing up their minds to act either Gaines, who always pays his losses VIRGIL G. KINNAIRD, Virgil C. Kinnaird. and Sons, before another advance. bound macadam roads are a one way or the other. Pott Commander, II. S. Post No. 35. promptly. Poet Commander. Phone 35. rr I - t. Ren-ncr- s, 'get-rich- Cuba-Americ- w con-tlu- cd o out-lyin- 11 1 Dor-to- n, Tan-kersle- y, ! The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 29, 920 1 r CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. j Capital and Surplus $110,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON FACTS CLUB BOYS RAISING HEIFERS Animals Are Relatively Easy to Handle While Owner Gains Ex. pcrlence In Feeding. "ROLL OF HONOR."' J. J. Walker, t. B. F. Hudson, President. I V. G. Davidson, Cashier. 0. ItiKncy, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Win. F. Miller. Teller. Mrs. N. C. Hnmilton, Ass't Teller. In Hawaii Also. We even had one nut here who proposed to run the Invn from Kllauea down a rpout to the yen and build to breakwater. Hllo Tribune. Frih-Alr Hot Stuff. tr the Unlte.1 States Department of Agriculture.) Jinny Junior dairy clubs favor tin maintenance nf bred heifers by their members, becnuo these nnlmni nre relatively eay to handle while their young owner gains experience In feed. Ins nnd en r I lie for the young female before they cnlve. Hulneqtleutly he learns how to handle the rntf, which rontnntly l Increasing Ir. value. Whore mnture rows nre distributed timong the Junior dairy club members (Prepared the gulf stream sometime reaches almost to bolllnc point. In Water Fiend. "Dead Fruit." Leaving baseball, football and box. 'n: nlde. theru Ih no longer n great Htpnrlty between won. tin's nnd man' Hut whether the nthletlc prowess. First Written Presidential Mestag.. women should lie permitted to com President Jefferson was tin- - first pete with the men In the golf, tennis, chief executive of the nation to read shooting, and other championships Is his message to congrf. The event debatable ground. If. the men oppoe took place December S, 1S01. Prior to t. one can hardly blauie them, fur It imit be years before victory over n this t had been the cuxtom. Innugu-rateby Washington, for tlie president wiiman will be regarded n anything to appear In person before congress but "dead fruit," and def.-n- t as but a discrace. and speak ills mnge. rcad'ng from manuscript If he desired. rUktorlra Elasticity of Rubber. ftabber article that have become Memory. The qualities of a pood memory nre. hard reniver their elasticity In n short In the first place, to l.e ueepttble: time If pine il In 3 per cent cnrlmllc to be retentive; and thirdly, water lir !t riif ntiltlnit tuiliitlnn. to be ready. It is but rarely thnt thee In tin- of the solution three qunlitlcs are unitel In the some It must not Ik- - forgotten that black l to It become gray. If Imtmiii, We often Indeed meet with n goods memory which Is at once susceptible 11 is Hosing tn preierve the black nnd rendy; but I dcuht very much Or red nilnr nf lli.i ?iwL Hint, ton. If iich memories be commonly very can be iloni-- . A t per cent solution of pamnulphiitu of (mlafh Is employed. retentive; for the same set of habit nlilrh are favorable to the flirt two u is true tlmt this nmell!" unpleasant, but the restoration of elasticity qualities arc adverse to the third. I tumid Stewart. Is quite onldernble. d mo-thin- Katie wanted very much In go outside the yard, which na lncloed wlih a wire fence and gate. Hy and hy he ran Into the houstf and said . njn. mother. If I cannot go outside, rnn't I Just leave the Rate open to let In a little frcshalrr Lines to Be Remembered. I have seldom known nnjnne who deserted truth In trifle thnt could be trusted In matters of Importance. Paley. Let the Day Start Railing a Htlfer Which Will Okvelop Into a Pre Cow. fit-ab-le ite lr I'liH-Mi- more risk li Inrolved, as many of the youngsters nre not experienced sufficiently tn handle them properly. The advantage of distributing calves nmonc the next generation of stock breeders, necordlng to specialists. Is the low Initial cost of the nnlmnl nnd the fact thnt It keeping Involves less expense nnd care on. the part of the nttendnnt. On the other hnnd. It requires three years to complete the project. This may he considered undesirable, a Interest of the club members will likely become lessened. In both the case of the bred heifer and the calf It Is difficult to select the best animals wslch will prove to be profit-able producers, while In the case of the cow, nhe demonstrate her worth If proper records of production ami I expenses are kept. The Junior dairy club work develops potential breeders who will mature from raisers of a single heifer or calf Into owners of extensive and quality herd. 1 i n FA R M OF 125 ACRES Live Stock and 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 balance in grass. One residence; one tobacco barn; two stock barns; tenant house and other well watered; good cistern at 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- GRAVE PROBLEMS, CONFRONTS THE STATE AND NATION EVERYBODY IS INTERESTED CARING American FOR EXPORTED COWS Animal Ntver Made Much of a Reputation In Europe Until Great War. 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 Posted On These Important Developments And the World's Happenings In General, Become A Regular Reader Of transport of export animals. The regulations, In the first plnce, were fixed njnlnly for beef cnttle. A dairy cow that Is to lire her life out nnd bear a responsible part In the upbringing ol n human family requires more careful handling than an animal that is to be slnuzhtcred. Consequently, better j arrangements have been made fot stalls, an ndequnte number of nttend-- i ants Is stlpulnted. and more careful handling In general Is required. j (Prepared by the United States Department of Acrlcutture.) The Amcrlcnn dnlry cow, beauty that she Is and hn always been, ha never made vnry much of a reputation In Europe until the wnr destroyed so many of the native milk producers. Now, the American dairy cow Is croslng the ocean pretty freely, nnd the United State department of agriculture, largely for her benefit, hits revised Its regulation governing the Inspection, humane handling, and safe s; follows: LIVE STOCK One Mare Mule; One y ear-ol- d Horse Bay Driving Mare; One Aged Mare; 3 Jersey milk Mule; One cows; 3 calves; 8 coming Cattle; 13 shoats, weighing about 75 pounds; One Sow and 7 Pigs. 6-two-year-o- ld SILAGE IS EXCELLENT FEED Particularly Adapted to Dairy Anlmali and Should Be Combined With Some Legume. While silage Is excellent feed fot dairy stock, It should be combined with some leguminous feed, such ni clover, rowpens, or alfulfn, owing tt Its Insufficient productive qualities The leguminous material will correct tho deficiencies of the sllnge In drj FARMING IMPLEMENTS One Cultivator; One Corn Planter; One Mower; Hay Rake; Turning Plows; Double Shovels; One twa horse wagon; One Iron Wheel Wagon; One Sled; One Corn Shelter; Oil Tank; 3 Hog Houses; Wagon and Plow Gear; One One Buggy and Harness; Tobacco Sticks. two-hors- e 60-gall- on THE The Best Ntwppr COURIER-JOURN- AL That Money Can Malt One Radiant Home Heating Stove and some Household and Kitchen Furniture. or Bujr. Special staff representatives at Washington and Frankfort will give Courier-Journreaders full, reliable and detailed information about everything that Koes on in the National Capital and in the State Capital, and every official act will be subjected to the light of publicity. al matter, prote'n and mineral constltu ents. About 100 Chickens and many other articles too numerous to tion. One Buick Touring Car, 1917 model; in splendid condition. men- - Daipy Notes The prnftabte marketing of dslrj products Is very Important. Ornss by Itself Is not conldered t balanced ration for tho milk cow, Tho general farmer Is finding that tho dairy cow Is n valuable asset It his farming operations. Improvement of tho herd comet through tho sire. Therefore, inaki ure you get a right good one. Ornss, hay, com fodder and othei roughage which may not havo a readj sale are economically utilized by tlx lalry cow. In order to make tho dairy herd rt turn a profit In this time of high priced feeds, wo mutt feed tho cowt Intelligently. No expense will be spared to make these features of the day's news the best and most complete ever attained by a Louisville newspaper. WE ARE NOW ABLE TO OFFER d cash; balance in one and two years TERMS ON LAND with lien on property. Possession given March 1st, 1920. One-thir- t ... l$e Daily Both 1 Courier-JournAND THE al Central Record Year by Mail. For Only $6. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l Send or bring your orders to the olfice of CENTRAL RECORD. bills of $20 and under, cash; TERMS ON PERSONALTY--A- ll 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. For tho same reason that It pays t groom horses, It also Is Invaluable tt apply tho brush and currycomb tiger ously to the cow dully, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 29, 1920 A Trick of Fate By CECILLB LANGDON (Capjrrlthl, WmMarsee's Oarage Vnlaa) ' , lilt, VV..I at n N.w.f.p.r lU'hlml F.sbrrt Jtoyc win n Jo) mil t boyhood, a rollefo cant r nwl a elenr record. Itefnni him ns a ' glowlns prnnp-c- t He, of ambition. hnd wnrkeil linnl an n law studMit, Iind been admitted to the bar nnd hnd taken a month' tnrntlnn at tlm Insistent comuinml of his mule. "Forget everything and have n good time." said that Iniluleent Individual. "I have pin nil n liberal account at j our hanker!. You begin active ierv-Ic- e with Chapman, Hurt St ItnjCf m m full partner, and I exp-c- t to take pli-nn- When the Judgment Day Arrives for Tires When n tire hns run Ha course and you measure its service against your investment, you fine! out whether your expectations wore justified or not. That's the trouble with most tires you never enn know until you've spent your money. But Dinmonds face the Judgment Day witii 5,000, 0,000 and 8,000 miles regularly. Haying Diamonds means you'll get your money's worth. We can equip your car at a moderate coat. ALSO REPAIRING AND CARS. A CALL WILL BE APWORK GUARANTEED. OVER-HAULIN- G MmlT today! GET somegoing to just right. Because Lucky Strike cigarettes give you the good, wholesome call Lucky Strikes pleasure In watching and nurturing your professional career. Ther enn't lie much that )ou want that you Clin nut have." Whnt Hebert wished for nt heart rim) wn mncriilal companionship cloe humnn sympathy. He had been . nn orphan from the age of ten nnd hnd lived with his bachelor mule In u massive but cheerless home. Itn- puUlve, now that hi future was practically solved he longul ! to unite with It all the various social nmenltles, ready and eager to ronke frlrnds. and hi art I ens and sincere . frame of tnlnd mode him nn eniy rap-- ' live to love If It came along. Merton, whither he sojourned, was' nn Ideal tpot for the etijo) Hunt of. nature. He took long trumps every ( wann-Uenrtei- PRECIATED. Wm. Marsee's Garage LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. flavor of toasted Hurley tobacco. by n S toasted m m HRAPSHAW MILL. Mr. Moat fancy lost n good work horse Init week. Mr. Kloyd Snyder wa u Ruest of Mrs. S. N' Sander Monday. Orantr.d Mauler Delbert I'rewitt iptnt the week end with Jnme Sander. Mr. N. L. I'rewitt spent Sunday with Mr. iin.l Mr. C, C. I'rewitt. Mtu Mable I'rultt left to enter Normal School nt Richmond Monday. Mr. Floyd Snyder purchased n good work more from Carl I'rewitt. Mr. I'hllip Moore sold a team of mule to Mr. Ira Jackson Gillian, price $150. Misses I.iiuln and Nancy Sanders ipent Sunday nfternoon with Mr. Floyd Snyder. Mr. n tit! Mr. Jnme I'rewitt pcnt Thursday niuht with Mr. S. N. Sander anil family. Mr. S. S. Sunder and daughter Linda were with Mr. Susan llronil-d- u Friday night. Mr and Mr. Carl linker pent Saturday niKht nnd Sunday with .Mr. ami Mr. Jnme Sander. Hiiiel Foley, dauchter of Mr. nnd Mr. W. M Foley, of near here, ha left home nnd her parent up to thi time cannot locate her torencu, tallow tkln nd pulEnett pent one day lint week with her litunder the eye are tymptomt ol kidney ter, Mr. and Mr. L. L. Mntthcw. end bladder trouble tnd thete certainly Mr. and Mr. Marshall Hay burn should cot be neglected. pent n few day Init week with her parent. Mr. and Mr. Jame Fotter The friendt of little Maryettn Nay-lo- r Ltlp the Lldaey eliminate from tha are Kind to tee her out again aftyttcm the poltono'.t vraito n I ad.Ii ter tulferinK from n tevvre attack of thai cause tbesa ache, and pairu. Thy ct promptly nd effectively lo restore pneumonia. weak, overworked or ditraied kidneys Friendt of Mr. Tom I'ollard arv sod bladicr to healthy, normal conKind to tee him out atraln nfter sufdition. fering everul day from a very badJ. C Sudimos. n g. SCttt SL. Pertlanl.Cf t., b4 truHW4 wfftt bka-ttnUai "I ly cut foot. t htar? Iraull. I til4 KU XUiwr IMU tnj llxm will Ik.l I kuklr ikmm ur Mr. nnd Mr. II. M. Lane and famruU4 ia Uwt war, m tkaur ' .icalUat.' ily, Mr. and Mr. Hugh Simpson were McRoberts Drug Store. the guests Sunday of Mr, nnd Mrs. . t: g v.tiy riw.uii, BRYANTSVILLE Mr. nnd Mr. Ales Creech return-- , ed to Paint Lick last week nfter Mr. K. I. Ilurton wa a Lexington spending several duys with her pur-- ( visitor Saturday. cut, Mr. und Mrs. Austin Wnck. ! Mr. Carl Curtis und family have Mr. and Mr. Cronley llardwick moved to Lancaster. arc receiving congratulations over Prof. T. II. Orinter spent the week the arrival of u beautiful little girl. end with fricndi in Lexington. ha been christened The little Mi Miss Fnnnic Kidd spent the week F.lizabcth Ford. end with her parents at Wnllacctown. Mr. W. K. Davie spent the past NINA. week in Lexington for the Tobacco Mr. Wnlton Hardin ha purchased a new Chevrolet, Mr. Dun Cliunce and ton were In Kichmond Saturday on business. Miu Stella Kof spent Friday with Muse Marguerite nnd Mnuil Whittcd. Mr. Jesse T. l'rather hn purchased a new Haby firnnd Chevrolet car. MIm Marguerite Whittcd spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with Mrs. family pent Sunday with hi uter, Mr. and Mr. Howard Lognn. Miu Thelma Lane wa the pleatant nuett Inst week gf her uncle, Mr and Mr, Hui;h Simpson of Lancaster. Mr. and Mr. William Simpson Stiff? Sorje? Joint olua It considered too lihtly by It should be remembered the sufferer. lA lame tick, store mc:cle o. stiff that backache, rheumatic paint, stilT-ru- n, GET SLOAN'S FOR YOUR PAIN RELIEF You don't have to rub it in to get quick, comfort- sale. r, Mrs. C. C. Uecker visited her Mrs. Kin Moss at Nicholntville sis-te- ing relief Once you've tried it on that tl(I Joint, tore mucle, sciatic pain, rhcu-m- a tie twinge, lame hack, )ou'll find a warm, toothing relief you netcr thought linimrnt could produce. Won't Ham the ikin, Iravct no mun, no time in apply ins, lure to waitci A Urge bottle Rive quick mulls Your own or any meant economy other drUKKtit hat it, Gel it today, 35c. TtV, $1 4a JUDSON. Mr. 111. C. If. Naylor hn been quite " visitor in Mr. Viru'il Ullly w this vicinity Sunday. Mr, Hobnrt Slmpaou hat purchased an Overland car. Mr. Clay Iteynolds spent Saturday, night and Sunday with Mr. Stanley. Foster., Mr. James Clark nnd littlo ion' spent one day recently with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nuylor. Mr. nnd Mr. Jame Thomas were the Sunday Kucst of her parent, Mr. and Mr. Sim Clark. Mr, und Mr. James Hicks and last week. Miss Llizic Iletti. the primary teacher, is hoarding with Mm. McAfee thi term. Mr. Ilrynn llallard of Lexington pent several days Inst week with hi mother, Mr. Klira llallard. The heavy sleet of Inst week provliosi. ed very destructive, tree were brokMessrs Dewey Anderson and Don en down, also telephone posts and Heynold left last Thursday for Lock-lan- wire. Ohio. Mis Snlone of Duenn Vista and Mr. mid Mrs, Floyd Hardin spent Miu Mary Ilelle llukomli were guests Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Wednesday night of Miss Lettie and Mr. Anion I'rultt. Hroaddui. Mr and Mr. Carroll Prcwtt nnd Mr. IS. I. Ilurton who had hii tondaughter, Anna Mae, spent Saturday sils removed in the hospital in Lexwith Mr. and Mr. W. T. Wation. ington Saturday, was ablo to return Mr. Sam l'rather and daughter, home Sunday, Mrs, Charley Creech spent lust MonThe home of little Dave lUnkln day with her daughter .Mr. 11. T. at Markihury was destroyed by tlrr I.utuford. Sunday morning. Most of the furMr. Walter Hardin und Mr. Vernon niture was saved. Jones Mlsie Maude and Marguerite Mr. and Mr. J. II. F.dwards, Mrs. with Miu Flora Adkinson on the It. II. Hnlcomb, Mr. Nan Mulllus Whitted spent last Sunday afternoon and Mlsie Mary Ilellu Hnlcomb and Kirkavllle pike. Van Kirhy were Danville visitors Saturday. Mis Martha Curtis who underwent an operation for appendicitis, I now able to bu back In school. Her class mates are very glad to have her with BACK wllbmlqmilcaUltuM'tSM them again. ltu la Um uratnrat U ttm. 1 Tnur. Htotwuts, llch, lc. Ml Vivian May, daughter of the tfea't mtom dlKutanl aslMr lralmils UUrJ. Itcv. Mr. May, of Danville, who was Muni's Salt bat Mlmttl sau the pastor of Pleasant Grove church sVodaoMKltcaM. Yaucaa't Im car Hnty last year, and Mr. J. M, Edwards of Try It at our lUk ChIm. ?m si Murcellut, were married in Jefferson-villlyusT. rm STORMES DRUG STORE. lust Friday, d, crossday, dining at some roads hostelry, or carrleil n liberal lunch, wblch keen exercise caused him to eujoy with rare ieL It was his fifth day of exile from city life and !Li turbulence that Kgbert sought tfw grateful shade of n thicket near a pretty brook, placed his package of lunch on the ground and gave himself over In a slumbrous ease. He closed his eyes to open them as a swishing Miund struck Ids ear. "Here! you audacious robber" ejaculated Kgbert. arising to hl feet, but ton late to avoid speedy uctlun ou the part of an Intruder. A small, brisk dog had come Into view bearing In hi teeth a dark object, which he dropped to take a Milff at the package of lunch. Made aware of the contents of this, the animal Mrnlghtway transferred It to hi Jon and skltlirreil awuy lu a Until. Kgbert called, whistled, ran after the canine thief, but the latter wn speedily out of sight. More tlowly Hubert traversed the Immediate vi to return to the cinity without thicket and regard with considerable surprise the object the dog had droppeiL It wan a ohoe, a lady's shoe, but tut dainty and diminutive that Kgbert declared that It owner roust be a miracle of grace and form. It wan nearly new, wui of exxtilve rubric, ami built along the line of fashion. "I declarer ruminated Kgbert. "Where did the dog ever come from and where can be the owner of tht excelli-ncelmarvel of shoemaklng and he began to mentally construct a fairy creature to flt the shoe. She wa worth the pain of looking for. be decided, and a sensation born of romance- - urged him to traverse quite a distance In search of the lady la question, but vainly. He returned to hi hotel late In the day, the shoe In his x)cVet. He placed It on the stand nt the. side of hi bed und smiled at the vast romance hi mind conjured as he went to ideep. It wax several hour later that ho nwnle, gasping. Iinlt blinded, no utterly help-leithat be found himself unabl to struggle to nn upright position. Kgbert exx'rleaced a aulTiatltig Musatlon tliut warned him of wrlous perl!. Then a conception of the enue of the mum aroused him to desperate action. The room wn full of escaping pis, coming from leak In the supply plpo or from the Jet, which bad In Mime way bien turned on iVtf;r the old-tltn ut NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Owing to the dissolution of the firm of COX AND LEDFORD, beginning Friday, January 23rd, 1920, our terms will be strictly 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 by February 15th, 1920. Very Respectfully, COX AND LEDFORD. Paint Lick, Ky. llro. nnd Mrs. Ellis have both endear ed themselves to nil who know them to nnd the entire membership regrets t Miss Sadie Ituljton returned sec them leave. There is not a betGeorgetown last week. ter organizer in the Baptist of this Is out again Mrs. G. M. Treadwoy itate, and he leaves behind him both after several days illness. a Sunday school and II. Y. P. U. with Itcv. nnd Mrs. C. S. Kilts pcnt Sun- the standard of Excellence, llro. day with 'Mr. nnd Mr. C. II. Kill. Ellis is not satisfied unless he is Miss Kate Ely spent the week end hunting higher ground for his church church at in Paris the guest of her sister, Mr. and wc know that the Carlsbad Springs, will he highly Joe James. Miss Christine Metcnlf of Stanford plensed nnd will have to put on their has been the charming guest of Mr. working clothes. U. M. Hurgess thi week. Several young people met with Misses Ellen and Cynthia Pniitt Saturday night to play rook. Illiili Class Entertainers, Auditor- I'AINT LICK The Swiss Bell Ringers The sleet of last week did much ium, February 0th, Matinee 3:30. in this community to the Children 15 cents. Adults CO cents: Night 8:30, General Admission CO telephone wires also the trees. cents, Reserved Seats 75 cents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. C. Rucker nnd Uencflt of School Library and Athson, Andrew, spent Saturday night Sunday with hi mother and sis- letic. and ter. Mrs. H. T, Hurt nnd Mis Parson of Point Leavell were visitors of Misses Corn and Ida Hurt part of Quieaasuir r Kknnha.S. SlMtln. Mrardfta. Iwk last week. 4 u. U im . mv ..1. m r" u Mr Mr. nnd Mrs. U. M. Burgess nnd i at nkucctm, SAIN SAIL children and Jewell Wallace spent j IT BASIS Sunday in Stanford guests of Mr. nnd KEMrOT CJ. UikiH, Kl. HOC BO Mrs. .J M. Mctcalf. j Itev. C. S. Ellis after a stay as. pastor nt Mt. Tabor, has accepted n BROS. HASELDEN call at Carlsbad Springs on full time, j dnmagc ript EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY open for dealer or distributor to handle our guaranteed BLUE BIRD Typewriter Ribbons and Carbon Paper. We have a number of dealers making big profits and want a live wire distributor for this territory. Every business office your customer. extinguished. nnd tried to cry nut. Ills hnud met the top of the stand. It It He grii-xi- l rested tilm the hix nnd thru v.lth nl! the tlrength be wa capable of ho hurlwl It at the broad trnnom over ttm top of the door of the rKim. Crash! There wa a sllglit relief vf the polsonou !reure. For n ss'iislbllltyilswrteil Kgbert, but he was renwukened a n tervnnt In the corridor m slumeri-- with the falling glass, burst open, the door and Kgbert light wast lie gnqxil ino-me- ECZEIU&! NMiy w l7-T- e, saved. "And the he aved mel" he re-flectttl the next morning, and before etrnverslng hi route nf riiMiti he wn the day before. A certain belief In fate, an Inexplicable detlre to And the owner of the shoo possessed him. Traversing the sloping shore of the brook Kgbert spurred up a In the hand he detected the Impress of a dog's glance fell tiln feet. Next hi dainty heel mark of a shoe, and then of one of coarser mold. "Not mates!" breathed Kgbert. "It mast be thel" and turning past a grovo he came In sight of the canine robber and nt hi side a winsome- faced, groceful fonned young lady, "It was one of Tosco' mischievous trlckn carrying away the shoe." Lettle Itaxtou explained. "I have had to go with inlsmate until father could send for a new pair," and she looked to sympathetic and glad when told of how hi life had been saved, that he secretly knew that before he began his career In tlie courts of law h would serve a Milling apprenticeship In the court of love. n , THE MIAMI RIBBON & CARBON CO., Dealer Department. Dayton, Ohio. Fop a Year Courier-Journal $5.00 ANY OF THESE DAILY PAPERS. Lexington Herald Lexington Leader Louisville Times Courier Journal with Central Record $6.00 For the club offer? of leading publications see us MoRoberts Drug Store The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Jan 29, 1 920 Get : : TIE Tuft-?. -- Most Mfcgyy"'- Tobacco ! t t i i Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Offers You Good Light, Prompt Attention Highest Prices A SQUARE DEAL. ' AND Bring Your Tobacco Where The Good Tobacco Sells Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Company L. G. Davidson, President. DAUGHTER HAD TO QUIT WORK, MOTHER SAYS Inactivity Would Have Lasted Longer, Had Not TRUTONA Brought Aid. Louisville. Ky., Jan. 28th. it hai relieved her daughter of trouble which kept her from her work for five long months, Mrs. Drown, a well known Louisville woman of 721 Washington St., recently made the following statement regarding Trutona, the perfect Jos-ephi- Incorporated W. R. McCray, Manager. John R. Scott, Auctioneer. Booze And The Flu. statement by Dr. A. T. McCor-macsecretary of the State Board of Health, regarding the extent to which a physician may prescribe whisky in the treatment of influenza, which has "broken out" again In Louisville, has been misquoted in a number of papers according to Dr. McCormack. He simply warned' physicians to be careful that they do not violate the prohibition law thoughtlessly. The use of whiskey in influenza cases is left to the discretion of the physician, who must, of course, consider the amount of whiskey that may be prescribed for a patient under the law, during a given period, he says. A k, j "My daughter had been suffering with stomach trouble and nervous, rtess for several months. In fact, the trouble became so severe that ifthe couldji't work for five months. It eemed that everything she ate would sour in her stomach, causing gas formations and a bloated feeling. The gna seemed to form around her leart, causing her much pain. ''My daughter's nerves were so unstrung that she could hardly sleep at night and she would get up in the mornings almost as tired as when she went to bed. Out Trutona has steadied het, nerves and she's ut last able to rest well at night. This medicine las relieved her of the Indigestion, too, and her bowels are regular now. We think Trutona is u great medicine." Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Lancaster at Drug Store. Advertisement. tonic Miss Mary E. Bell spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Al-- j bert Dyehouse of Lancaster. Mr. Murell Hammonds purchased of Mr. D. W. Faulkner a fine jersey cow, price one hundred and twenty-fiv- e dollars. Miss Grade ' Katherine Tatem spent from Friday until Sunday with Misses Permelia and Etta Robinson at Lancaster. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Furr was found dead in bed at four o'clock last Wednesday morning cause unknown. Mr. U. G. Rains has charge of the store here now, and we wish him much success, and a hearty welcome into our midst. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Mitchell have moved to Lancaster where Mr. Mitchell has accepted n position with HaselJen Brothers. Messrs Herbert 'Mitchell. Dave Fisher and James Merriman, liave returned from Barboursville where they spent the holidays. SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful k is usually an indication that the kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by takiac COLD MEDAL The wot Id's standard rtmoly (of kidney, lirar. bUdJtr and uric add trout W. J Famous since I Wo. Taka fruUity-anin good health, la tare siiaa, all fecraaaMad. druggists. Ouanntawl Uafe Is mm CaU HMmm kp mwi mumm mm ImWiHih GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. Frank Land spent the week: end with his family here. The telephone lines here arc all out of commission at this time. Mis Roberta Kay of Tentersville, was the guest of Miss Mary Lee Kurtz on Thursday night. The regular preaching service will be conducted at the M. E. Church Sunday if bad weather does not News of the birth of a son to-- Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith who now live near Hnrrodsburg, have been received here. Mr. and Mrs. Hobnrt Tester ami little sou, were guests of Mr. anil Mr. Hoghey Moberley on the Wolf Trull Sunday. Quito a number from this community were detained In Lexington last week n account of the crowded tobacco market und the sleet. Mr. J. B. Holloti and daughter, Miss Ruth, arrived last Monday for u visit to his daughter 51, rs. John Land und Mr. Lund. He left Sunday for Tulsa Okla., Miss Ruth will remain here for m few weeks. HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR GOLD The quick way is to Dr. King's New Discovery put off until tonight what DO.VT ran di today. Htep luto your ilrupclKi'M nud buy u bottlo of Dr. Klng'it .New Discovery. Start taking It ut oiici. uy tuu nmo you reach homo you'll bo on ttiu way to recovery. Mr. Joe Ray and son Bernard motored to Nicholasville court day, Miss Maude Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. William Davis Sunday night. Dsiley Messrs Earl and Clellan were in Jessamine County Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMiilian and son Holman, visited relatives Sunday. Mr. Frank Land is in Lexington taking a treatment under the faith doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Teater were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land and sons spent the day Sunday with Mrs. Frank Land. Messrs Hugh, Carl and M. T. Moberley and Wllbert Dailey were in Lexington Tuesday. Mrs. W. T. Moberley and Mrs. Wil-bcDailey and son, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Carl Moberley. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Tester Tuesday and Wednesday night. Mr. and Mr. Bufonl Smith of Poor Ridge spent Monday night and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillisn. The men In this rommanlty have been building u pike at tbis place the past two yiurs. We sure will be glad when their Job is completed so we can run our lizxies without being pushed. rt New York Alumni Of Transylvania to Meet. The New York Alumni of Transyl-vsnl- a College will give a dinner in honor of President It II. Croaafleld, of the college, January 31. General George B. Duncan, recently returned from Europe, and who leaves for his new post at Seattle the following day, will be a guest of honor, as well as one of the alumni In attendance. James I.ane Allrn, famous Kentucky author, alo n Transylvania Alumnus, who resides in New York City, has accepted an invitation to attend the dinner, conditioned upon his health permitting. Mr.Allen has not been strong for sometime, but hopes to be M bis old clan at the dinner, Yes, the I.ord knows what alls Mr. Nobody swatted the fly. Wilson, but he won't tell. Nobody wore a wrist watch. And still, if the reds overturn the Nobody wore white shoes, Most young men had "livery hills". government, we can use the othrr Farmers came to town for their side. Twenty Years Ago. The Swiss Bell Ringers gave us two perfectly delightful entertainments, one In the afternoon for the children, one in the evening for the udults. Both audiences were greatly pleased P. L. Simms, principal High School, South Bend Ind. Tills standard family friend has been breaking vol i In, couuli. grippe uttacks, nnd croup for more than fifty year. relief I It's used wherever sure-fir- e appreciated. Children uml grownups LEAVELL. POINT alllto un um It there l no disagree-atilYour druggist bus It this UV. uud HUO bottles. Miss Ethyl Ilammons leaves week to enter school at Berea. UW After you est-alw- ays Mr. Hurl HammacW was the guest Bowels Begging for Help Bell Saturday night of Mr. Madison Torold liter pleading for assistance! and Sunday. How cnreles to neglect thesu thlUKS spent when Dr. King New Ufu Pills so Mr nnd Mrs. J. II. Tatem WOLF TRAIL. promptly, mildly, yet effectively come ,.,itv. Mr. Homes Tatem of to tiuur o. lastaauy rsasvssiiiisiisaia.aiiii CJUIluw reueii Sllvercreek. system unctcaned, clog Leaving the Mr. Henry Teater was hero on bust-nSfeaaWsiOTsr atoeriea. Mr. William Thompson was In Bed bowels unmoved, results In health last week. Let stlmu ilMtrurtlvB Richmond Saturday nnd Sunday the Intluf, n Dr. King's New Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater visited viiMi of friends. Life Pills bring you the happiness of friends Sunday. regular, aortas! bowels ana liver Mr J. W. Hill has purchased I Keep feeling fit. dolus; tha Mr. Orae Whittakcr spent the week Dode touring car and Is having work of a man or wosaaa c.who Sails end with Mr. Elmer Ray. R. E. MsROBERTS, Laacastor, Ky. nam u it. au antsawa-isssplendid luck with It. u after-effi'Ci. et after-effects. tonle-ln-actlotunc-tloalB- C Speaking of the kaiser but, then, The heavens were not full of man it Is better to confine, ourselves to birds. Nor the sea alive with underwater the present. boats. Meaiuring your daily wage at the The hired girl drew a' price of butter, how many pounds a week ami was happV, day do you earn? The butcher "threw in" u chu.ik of, liver. Be careful of your step, son. At The merchant "threw in" a pair of current prices it is safer to take a suipendcrs with every suit. life than to steal an egg. ' Nobody "Jistened in" on the teleA parugrapher tills us that most phone. There were no sane Fourths nor women would rather be loved than electric meters. trusted. Ours, however, insists on Straw stacks were burned instead both. of baled. Spain, our consuls tell us, has a There were no Bolshevists or intersurplus of coal. But who in heck national anarchists. Tho safety razor had not Intro-dure- d wants to freeze to death going over there to keep warm! tho face. Publishing n country newspaper The United States and llussla are was not n business it was a dueling the only nations of the world that Exchange. ore not now n tpeuco with Germany. K'ume. We should be proud of the company How Do Thty KnowT we keep. The total weight of nil ixrwins la Our office devil Insists that there tbe world Is estimated st l( 1,000,000 tons. is a deal of money flouting around in the sea of commerce, but that it takes Ptruvlin Rain Tree. a mighty good swimmer to go out It Is estimated that one of the Peruvian rain trees will ou the averaga and tow it In. yield tilno gallons of water each day. Under the new system of taxation In a field of un ares of one kilometer in Germany, a rich man's fortune square, that Is, feet each way, can be grown 10,000 trees serrated will be reduced to almost nothing by from escti other by twenty-lirmeters. 1H25. And even in death he can find Ttds plsntstlon produces dully 303,000 no relief, for the Inheritance Ux will liters of wster. clean up the rest. one-fifty clean-shaven e mail. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Jan 29, Stick Artlela. Blrthatonca of Month,. Yucca Plant Dliappiarlng. In unler of t!ir months hcclnntnc tho flnniumi Ynrcit plnnt illiMar1iis In tho nro tin turtirt, Kouthwent liecnimu of mothiiila Nrn, "U n nmn Hint rnn lakn your with January hnt unit cimt ntiil nplnln It no nlcly nmpthjtt. lil(MHl(firii, unpiililrn or din. In hnrvrMlng them for the Hint you kIvo lilm jnm watch nt'd mnnit. rtnrnilil, bshIm or 'rl. rulijr, making of hlniler twine. MA 1 920 irofllwr," mj 1 thr 6 THE UNIVERSAL CAR Tlic Ford Sedan, with electric nnd lighting system and demountable rirm with tires front and rear, is a family car of h cjasj andcomfort, both in summcrnncl in winter. For touring it is a most comfortable car. The large plate class windows make it an open car whcnucsircu,whiIcincascof rain and all inclement weather, it can be made a mcrtt delightful closed car in a few minutes. Rain-proo- f, dust-jirooi. nne upnoistcnng, uroau, rocrr.v seats. Simple in operation. Anybody; can safely drive it. While it has all the distinctive and econom ical merits of the I?ord car in operation and maintenance. Won't you come in and look it over? sclf-starti354-inc- chain." Ito-to- n Tmnarnpt. . ninli'iiyi. clir)(illlr or tomi Janitor. Tlio Itntnnn ninny hm1 n tnv who dIimmI tijr ttir itnor. Hlnri llif Int. trr wna mlldt "Jiuitia." tbe tiTtn "J.t applUM to him, Our miii to jnhltnra Imrn n grint mnnr tlutlc nlli--- r limn thaw cnniiectiNl with waiting the lmir: tmt tlil ilMnll of llotn. nn Iiiiiho innnnci'iiHiit la I tn tln'lr nitm. nml tuniuoliM, niiilr. nnl. t)n crj-tnlll- Lew Wagta In Cotombli. of the nnllrn ntn'r ntiil ilnri-- r miner In the Tlcin rrgtun lir f'liloltilila nrerajc from M irnt tn ilnjr Tim ramlnc of tin' nnilte Dally Thought r miner ileprmt on the cronm! Not what lm haxmMl in tn la wnrktil tirfore or lifter n iIiwmI. mIiIi-I- i ilny, Iml whnt ha lini-nt- i in other rlffli- - to form li Intra through chiimm nnturnl Hint me li.uli tny - t- .- lllnke. nlone tin atrium. I retlerlri' thiuiclil H'nec IH-wlu-thc-- Dutch Find Salt Well. Iliillnml hnt lifKtin in iriHiiri milt from MeIN ilrllleil In two province, nml limy v tittle to ok tnln etiotiKh for nil Ha neeiU, r facts COW-TESTIN- G IS PROFITABLE Dert Scientific Agency for ItcUtlng and Eradicating Dronea From Dairy Herd. Ik Year 1920 Will Be One Fraught Making Of History With Momentou: In thu libraries of th future, the historical volumes, marked 1920, will deal with a critical period of the world's history. The whole world Is now in a frenzy of discontent. In the old world new parties with new policies, each striving for control, are walking band on hand with the spectre of distrust, where they are not already dying in the llame of fratriciday war. In thu United States profiteering hns become a science, all sense of Values is gone, Itolshevism is raising its vicious head, and labor and capital, by passing the buck, each to the other, are leaving the middle class bearing the brunt of the burden, it is a critical period through which this world is passing, and one that demands interest of every thinking man and woman in this world. the whole-souled You can not perform your duties as a citizen of this country unless you think right; you can not think right unless you are fully informed; you can not be fully informud unless you read a daily newspaper. -- As a citizen, and as a voter, you wish to voe intelligently. You wish to know what the leaders of the big political parties are offering as the panacea for this present condition. In order to perform this duty intelligently, you must have access to the news as it is published day by day. lr ttrn Unit) State! Department of Agriculture.) I'nii'tlciil reiKirt from the vnrlotia cmvjfMlns nxnoelatlona thrrugliout the country show Hie value of thl work of the chnff from the wheat In cowilom. Tho modem cow aclrntlfle tfntliiK aModattnn lit the, neenry for iMilntltig nml the drone from tho herd, while It almi In of value na n detector of the hlclic.it producing animal. Such Mudlca of the cow' nictlt (ligation and production arv (lie economical nnd logical method of InrrcuMni; tho net earn-Inc- a of the dairy. Ono Ohio naaoclntlon. who mcmticrn owned .18." cown Inst year, reiort.i an anKoclatlon iivemee of 31.1 pound of huttcrfnt per cow, and that the present production of the cowa la 72 Ktinil of fat more apiece than It wna at the tint of tho year. Another nwoclatlon announce that It expense during tho lint live year have heen hehm' Jl.taM while the value of tho Increased production during only the laat yecr ha aggregated over $1 1.O0O. Thl remark-nhl- e Increnae 4n Income I not nhnor-ma- l for thla particular axyoclatlon as during ench renr the production of the cow ha Improved and the return greatly Increased. Member from another rcKirt that all other row owner am the Individual animal according to the capacity and production of each cow. Thla I a (f'r-par- let Hasclden Bros row-testi- g tv KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. R. F. D. No. 1, Granted that it is your duty to read a daily newspaper, it is also your duty to read the paper that will give you the most news, particularly when its cost is the same as the others. The Louisville Herald hns the largest circulation of any morning newspaper in Kentucky, and as all Louisville newspapers are sold at the same price, this is proof that it is considered the best paper by the most people. self-evident The Louisville Herald gives you all the news from the Associated Press that wonderful news gathering organization, which covers the entire world with its list of correspondents; in addition it gives you all the news from Europe that is gathered by the Universal Newsservice; this in addition to The Herald's own list of special correspondents and its editorial staff. No newspaper can give you more than this few can give you as much. The Louisville Herald, apart from its general news value, thoroughly covers thu financial world, and keeps you fully informed as to the daily fluctuations on all marketable commodities. News of the world of sports is more than a tabulation of sporting events, as compiled for The Herald's sport page. The Louisville Herald contains more features of general family interest than we have space to specify in the short space of this advertisement; but we will say this much, that there is something of interest to every member of your fnmily itr every issue. We will, if you are unfamiliar with The Herald, gladly send you a sample copy on request. We would suggest that in order to protect yourself against a raise in subscription price for the coming year, that you give your order to your local agent now; if there is none in your town, send in the coupon below. (Trade Mark Patented) Other Seed is being told under their name. The genuine improved "Standing Up" Burley Tobacco Seed raised by B. L. KELLY St SONS, can be procured only from the raiser and is not genuine unless put up in packages having a of their signature as shown below which Trade Mark is now Improve AiaocUtlona Production and Increaae Returna patented and on file in the U. S. Patent office at Washington. From Dairy. Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed picked from beat a selected pods. This Tobacco hat topped the market for the markable chnnge from condition few year hack when the cows feed past 25 years. boxes at mealtime alway contained fac-simile Cow-Ttin- '1 g tho mine allowance of feed. There I certainly all the difference In the world between bulla." comment a member nf n ucceful bull club, "Do you tiwllect that old 'Itonnli' cow of mine whnao record was only 537 pound of fat? I novo ralaed three heifers from her, tho bent of which produced 715 pound of fat during the laM year, while the other two heifer, which are younger, yielded respectively, .tirt nnd Ml pounds of fat. These heifer were wired by different purebred bull nnd evidently tho difference In the qualification of the ulre n regard fat production It aptly charncter-lie- d In tho production of their RETAIN ALL DAIRY ANIMALS PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. Send all Mail Order to B. L. KELLY & SONS. 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The formula is compounded along lines suggested by a prominent State Experiment Station Official. Note of what Tuxedo Hog Ration is made, and you will understand why it is so very Digester Tankage, Corn Meal; nutritious: Ground Barley, Ground Oats, Wheat Middlings, Old Process Oil Meal, Gluten Feed; Alfalfa Meal. This balanced mixture is sweetened with Cane Molasses. UNTIL $1.40 50c oro used every yeur. without The llcral for a single day: Mnll following coupon with remittance at once. Don't be Cb.ck For l'oitoffic. - I Y.r 3 Moa HERD BULL REQUIRES GRAIN Qood Ration Is Composed of Oats, Barley or SpelU, Bran, Ollmeal and Wild Hav. A herd bull In heavy servlco should be fed grain. A ration composed of 0 parts oats, " parts of barley or spelts, 1! parts of bruu, 1 part of ollmeal, together with good upland wild hay makes a good ration. Order.... 9...... $... 0 Moa 1 Eipraaa Ord.r Mo....... The Louisville Herald for One Year it The Central Record for One Year is $5.00 $1.50 Total $6.50 We will furnish you both papers 1 year for $6.00 which means a saving to you of fifty cents. Send your subscription to the office of THE CENTRAL RECORD. HAVE COWS FRESHEN IN FALL JtXriALj XOlO: PROTEIN M.51 CARBOHYDRATES FIBRE 55l 7Vu FAT 3.5ft Practice of Many Qood Dairymen So That Profitable Work Is Fur. nlstied Farm Hand. Made by the Manufacturers of Tuxedo Chop, Egg Math Sweets, Tuxedo Scratch, .See Your Nearest Dealer Many dairymen hare cows freshen FOR SALE BY In the fall, to that profitable work is WILLARD WHITTAKER, Sllv.r Creek, Kentucky. furoUhed the farm hand In tho win- GARRARD MILLING COMPANY, UauaUr, Kaattucky. ter wheto work Is sometimes alack on LowaH, K.aUcky. .T, R. KUHLMAN, average Js fino, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 29 1920. 3I1B 3 EF1E 3E Join The $5.00 Club. IS GARRARD COUNTY GOING TO Farjn Registration Law Is Failure. Frankfort, Ky. The law requir ing the registration of farms has proved to be n failure as the records of the Department of Agriculture show that but six farms have been registered since the law wns passed by the last General Assembly, This information Is set out in a report on the department md by State Inspector and Examiner Henry F. Turner, the report dealing with the come which different department under the supervision of the Com miMioner of Agriculture. Inspector Turner places the value of property owned by the State on the Kentucky State Fair grounds at $400,000. all of which la paid for. Only $60,000 of the nmount was de rived by direct appropriation from the State, the remainder having been contributed by public spirited citi zens and enterprises and from re ceipts of the operating of the nnnunl State Fair. The $10,000 yearly appropriation by the State for the Maintenance and Labor Account of the State Fair, In spector Turner says, is not sufficient, but the deficit is met by n sufficient amount from the operating fund. The members of the State Board of Agriculture of the State Fair are Inspector Turto be congratulated. ner reports, for under their manage ment n deficit of $12714.85 has been wiped out and on Jan. 1, 1911), there was i balance of $ti,729.51, in view of the fact thnt premiums have been indented from $28,000 when the present board took charge to $78,-00- FALL DOWN? NOI START THE NEW YEAR BY TRADING WITH US. We Have Everything You Need In HARDWARE, STOVES, IMPLE MENTS, PLUMBING AND ROOFING. Conn Brothers. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." in Once more we can hear the cry of hungry women and children )n far off Armenia and Syria so cruelly treated by the terrible Turks, nnd who have had to live off of human flesh and the marrow of human bones. Are we ns true Americans and the country which the world is looking toward for leadership, and which has been bountifully blessed by God's richest blessings, going to allow the poor starving women and children to continue to starve without aiding them with that which God has given us to uoe judiciously? S'o! We know all the men nnd worn en, both young and old of Gnrrnrd County are going to come unsolicit ed and join the $5.00 club to save these poor starving people. The following are the ones who now belong: J. S. Hnseldcn, II. V. Bastin, B. K. Hudson, J, I. Hamilton, L. G. Davidson, OBELISK THE BLUE RIBBON FLOUR TRY A SACK TODAY, WE DELIVER IN TOWN. Clover and Timothy Seed, White Sweet Clover. Hog Feed, Middlings, Mill Feed, Pure Bran, Kentucky Farm Feed. Cremo Dairy Feed, Will Make Your Cow Give More Milk, Horse and Mule Feed. Genuine Kanawha Salt, Building Material. vii ir ii iri Yaar. )EU Reward. The Central Record $1.50 liiuad Waakly. Payable la Advaace. GOOD WOMAN Called To Her Final Mrs. Lucy Hudson llcailey died at her home in Stanford tail Monday morning after a short illness of heart trouble. So sudden was her death that even her nearest relatives did not think of the end being so near, though nt 10:30 o'clock the fatal summons came and brought to an end a long and useful life. Mrs. llcailey was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Hudson, of this county where she was born Aug ust lGth, 1814. Her husband, Mr. E. B. Beailey preceded her to the yearn ago, he having grave about died in March 1800. Three children are left to mourn the lots of n de voted and christian mother. They are: Mesdaraes Nevin Carter, and W, P. Logan and Mr. Morgan H. llcai ley, all of Lincoln county. She is also survived by two brothers, Mr. B F. Hudson, of this city and Mr. Mor gan Hudson, of Danville. The sympathy of this and adjoin ing counties go out to the children and brothers in the loss of so devot ed n mother and sister. Since early childhood, Mrs. Beazlcy was n devout member of the Christian church. The remains were brought to Lancas ter yesterday and nt eleven o'clock the interment took place in the local cemetery. Her pastor, Rev. H. J. Hrazclton, conducted the brief services at the grave. 2-- J. R. E. ROBINSON. Editor. .ELK1N', Local Editor and Mgr. h Entered nt the Pot Office in LanMail caster, Ky., at Second-Clas- s Matter. Larmier, Member Kt Jawury 29. 1920 Kentucky rress AHodation and Eighth District Publishers League. Rate, For Political Announcamaat. For Precinct and City Offices. .J5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices. .15.00 . - - .10 For Calls, per line . .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .05 . Obituaries, per line HOLLAND Thinks Case Is Closed. Doaa Not Expect Allias To Taka Any Further Action In Tha Casa. THE HAGUE, (By the Associat While there mny be a fued Press) ture exchange of notes with reference to the allied demand for surrender of the former German Emperor, the government of The Nether-lamb- s is declared inclined to the belief that its decision will be considered as final. The Dutch press does not expect nny belligerent action by the allied powers, and the government is believed to share this view, on the theory that the demand for the former monarch's extradition was made merely to satisfy some political clamor in the allied States, aid was not Intended to be pressed by the statesmen who signed It. The Dutch people urc not particularly happy that sought refuge here, the but no far as press comment can indicate, the government's refusal to surrender him was what the people expected and wanted. The reference to the League of Nations in the reply to the entente was explained to the correspondent by u high official as meaning that Holland considers the former cm- juror's case beyond even the power of the League of Nations tribunal as no league law covering his case was In effect ut the time his alleged crimes were committed. The correspondent was also told that the Dutch government had no knowledge of any at tempt made by the allies to get the accused exile to surrender himself. An far as they know he expects to stay at Amerongcn and Doom and the former Crown Prince, who was not mentioned In tho allied note, shows no sign of an intention to leave his refuge on the Island of Wicringen. There Is some conjecture finding expression here as to whether in case of further demands by the allies the Hohenzollerns would be will ing to save Holland further trouble by surrendering voluntarily. Prominent Woman Dies At Kirksville. Here They Mrs. G. W. Burton died nt Kirks vlllc, Saturday evening, at 10 o'clock, aged 78 years. She wns in her usual good health, being seated at the sup per table, with members of her family, and her death came as a complete shock to her loved ones. Death wus supposed to be from hcait trouble. She had been a resident of Kirksville since 1808, and was next to the oldest inhabitant of the village, was a conscientious christian woman, a member of the Christian church, beloved by all who knew her. One daughter, Mrs. Charles Jennings, of Danville, four sons, Dr. George Burton, of Kirksville, Fred Burton, of Danville, Arthus Burton, of Arizona, nnd James Burton, of Louisville. Hemnins were interred in the cemetery ut Lancaster, Tuesday afternoon. Richmond Itegister. The receipts for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year 1115 to l'JIU, inclusive, nmouuWd to $181. 509.94. The nmount includes funds appropriated to the different branches under the department. The department has collected $C, .130.05 under the Stud License law which remains In the Slate Treasury' ns no disbursements hnve been made. The receipts from the dog tax taw for February, March, April and May amounted to $12,203.53. The dis bursements from this fund totaled Holtxclaw, charged with 5,044.12, leaving a balance of $6,- Alvin stealing un automobile belonging to 559,41 on hand. Mr. Simmons, of Richmond, wns here last Friday by Marshal Long Herron, who had a warrant sent here for his arrest from the officers of Crime. Stanford where he had taken the Many people imagine that the pres stolen car. The car was appropriated infronl ent reign of crime In our grent cities of the Garrard Tobacco Warehousw has no effect upon our rural popula early last week, while Mr. Simmons tion. But they arc in error. Crime extends its paralyzing blight was buying tobacco on the breaks, Holtzclaw had been working nt even to the remotest crossroads of the house and suspicions were at onca the backwoods country. The press of the cities is filled with put upon him as he had suddenly dis nppeared. When approached with) the exploits of criminals. These the warrant by Mr. Herron, he con. papers are read broadcast. To the fessed that he had taken the car and young fellow just approaching manit could be found on a certain street hood there is a certain glamour atin Stanford where, he had collided, tached to these lurid newspaper stor with n telephone post. Young Holtz- ies which gives to the criminal much claw is a ion of Mr, Ben Holtzclaw; the aspect of a hero. This atmosphere can not be other but has been living most of his life) with Mr. W. J. Holtzclaw, an undo than degenerating to the young mind who had taken him to raise after the' juit approaching maturity, especial ' ly if the youth be weak minded nnd death of his mother. inclined to be wild. Come, Girls! It is so right in our own commun-Ity- . Henry Moore, V. A. Lear. W. S. Embry, W. M. Lear. A. S. Price, Mrs. J. B. Kinnnird, Bro Moorman, Bro. I'almcter, Bro. Hudson, Bro. Strother, S. C. Denny, J. M. Duncan, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, Miss Jennie Duncan, Arch Walker, Mrs. Arch Walker, F. B. Marksbury. W.B. Burton, A. T. Scott. A. I). Joseph, F. S. Hughes, J. W. ELMORE. Trens. A. 1). JOSEPH. Sccfy. 0. lation, at that." A Hsrd Luck, Indeed. Itohert Mas dco-teIn hi rrfnsal to go, wllh Ida family to a dinner at his uncle's houte. When prcwd for a renson he saldr "Well, It'a rnlchty touch (hi a gur to hate nothing to pfoy with but clrls ami them all re- n)ttlMiMt. The "A" la for rrxxl mre M ruction Origin of "A 1 "A 1" Is a aytiilx.l nrigtiiHtlnc In tha I .lo) ill Maritime Insurance anxKla tlnn denoting a ship that has hern In entruetlin and found Urst-claand the "1" for gtol equip-Mrii- L Auto Thief Caught. Punctilious Elephant. Sent Nonsense. Utile In a preliminary school etamtnatlon Iniy was attrnd-Inthe circa, nceomiuinlrd hy Mi a action altout lite was an soldier father. When they renchi-- the by a hrtctit pupil In this fash-Io- n elephant Itdnard a allowed te feed "Tho are sneexlnc. miIt The elephant raised hit "fcl.lnc. crying. ya riles nnd couch. .. U meant an trunk to Its hem! and Rdnnrd said 1'iC Hy a altth excitedly: -- Iah,V, daddy; he's salut-In- ' m wic which some folk have. Tills you," l .florins " lUmton Trstirrlpt, c ! i m-t- ne The Arm Of OFFICIAL NOTICE OF oin Garrard County, Kentucky, -ON Special Election ... TUESDAY, MARCH 30th, 1920 REGULAR TERM i GARRARD COUNTY COURT; JANUARY 20, 100. Can C.O.D. Parcel Post The postal law regulations recently amended provide for the forward- ing of perishable parcels without prepayment of charges at the forwarding office, but to be collected by due stamps on delivery to the addressee, and all other second, third and fourth class mail matter when tho sender pledges pnynunt of the forwarding source by the addressee or to pay the charges of mail of this class if returned. No particular form pledge is prescribed, but it must be placed immediately below the senders return curd, which is inquired in all cases, in the upper left hand corner of the address side, and so worded us to show clearly that the forwarding or return charges will bo paid. Tho following is suggested ns a suitable form of pledge: Bell Postmaster: If undelivered please Postage days. Friday, return after always please, auditorium, guaranteed. February Cth. 60 and 75 cents. The Swisi Ringers -- In all of the large cities and in vail. many of the smaller places a neat Many of the courts in the large trouserettc for women is making its cities are anything but what they appearance. And, strange ns it may should be. seem, the men take it quite ns u matJudges frequently owe their electer of course and hardly bat an eye.' tions to politicians. The politicians It has utterly failed to create any owe their power to the gang. The kind of a masculine commotion. gang demands thnt lenience he shown And why shouldn't the women certain criminals with a pull. The adopt n more sensible form of dress? politicians O. K. their demands, and Every one knows thnt the clumsy we have a strong suspicion that jud shirts with which they have been dicial necks are bowed to the yoke for ages are insanitary and in fear of disaster at coining elecgerm curriers, n detriment to health tions. and a spreader of disease. An endless chain, with powerful Man arranges his drcls so ns to links pulling for the criminal nt the insure him the greatest freedom of expense of law and order. action nnd comfort. These sordid facts are played up by Con you conceive of any sane rea- the city press, are rend with avidity son why u woman should not be ac- by the young men of the country, corded the same consideration? the juvenile and either inllamc Theru was n great hue and cry Imagination or destroy respect for when the women first uppeared in the courts. public wearing riding breeches. Now The long arm of crime extends it is coniidered the only sensible even to greater lengths than that of for u woman uhen riding n the luw. horse. It has been so with every innovaWhen considering the beauties of tion since the beginning of time. nature, start with your own front It will be so with the new trouicr-ett- yurd. Clean it up, cut the grau at A storm of criticism will go the proper time, plant flowers In up, facetious remarks will be made, season, make it n joy to the eye. but In the end women will wonder Move right un around to the back of why they did not come to their senses the house, repeat the operation, ami z long ago, then look around to see if anything It Is only a question of time when has been missed. If your neighbor's the cumbersome and insanitary skirt yard Is a little better than yours, will disappear. make un vour mind that yours must Now is us good a time as any hw better than his. Man should not other. Judge of the works of tha Lord until Take the plunge I lie has first set his own domain In order. THE SWISS BELL RINGERS Bring your creum to 11. C. Bailey coming, Friday February Cth. Matinee and night. Benefit of Library and Son, where you can have It tested and get your money. Phone 35. and Athletics. ham-perecos-tun- w e. "Puss in Boots" is an old story There is yet another side to the now, but "Women in Trouiers" is story a pitiable aide to any man who This day came. It. G. Woods and two hundred and thirty two other the latest to catch the eye of the is blessed with a sense of righteous- Citizens and legally qualified voters of (iarrard County, Kentucky, who arc parngrapher. ness and a desire to sec justice pre- free holders of the County, and petitioned the Court to mnke an order on his order book directing the Officer of the Election in nil voting precincts in the County, to open a poll on TUESDAY MARCH 30, IU20, to take sense of the legal voters of said County upon the question "Are you in favor of issuing 1192,000,00 In Ilonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges," Said Ilunds to bear interest not to exceed five per cent per annum Said Ilonds to be in dewith coupons attached, payable less than One Hundred Dollars or more than One Thounominations of lot semi-nnnuall- PRESENT: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge. years, ami sand Dollars to run not less than Ave nor more than twenty-on- e to be redeemed within that time at the pleasure of the Gnrrnrd County Fiscal Court nnd to be sold at not less par value and accrued interest. Wherefore ft is ordered by the Court, that tho regular officers of the election, in all the voting precincts in the county will open a poll on Tuesday March 30, 1020, to take the seme of the legal voters in said County upon the question "Are you in fnvor of issuing f 192,000.00 in Ilonds for the pur. pose of building roads and bridges," The sheriff of said County is directed to advertise snid election and the object thereof, for nt least .10 days next before the day thereof, in some newspaper having the hugest circulation in the County nnd alio by printed hand bills posted up ut not less than four public places in each voting precinct in the County and at the Court House Door. The County Clerk is directed to hnve printed, upon the Ilallot, tho question, "Are. you In favor of issuing $11)3,000.00 In Ilonds for the purpose of building roads nnd bridges." and to leave two places upon the right of said question; One for votos fuvoring thu issue, to be designated by the word "Yea" and one for votes opposing the issue to be designated by tho word "No", and said ltallot to be printed us provided for in the General Election Laws, Section 1450 Kentucky Statutes. Said Election shall in all respects, be held in accordance with the gen-erElection Laws of the state. It is further provided that nil the money rulied by the sale of the said bonds shall be used solely and atonctfor tha building, construction, or of roads of asphaltum, concrete, brick, stone block, macadam, gravel or other processes of equal merit. FOREST STAPP, Judge of (larrurd County Court. This notice Is given in pursuance to above order of the Garrard County Court. This 20th day of January 1920. A. K. WALKER, Sheriff of Garrard County. " nl The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Jan 29, 920 1 TO OUR PATRON- SWE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. POST-OFFIC- Mlts Grade Mao Tatum was the attractive week end guett of Mitsea Permclto and Etta Itoblnton. Miss WARNING Issued By State Board. Classified Column THE SWISS DELL RINGERS, HIGH SCHOOL ENTERTAINERS. FOR SALE) Pair of coming six year old draft horsri. Guaranteed good workers. G. C. Walker. 1U Headquarter for Oliver Plow and Repairs. Plow $10.00 each. Wo expect to give nway five hundred dollars to our customers this year our rent being so much less we can do it. A Souvenir given with each purchase Monday, and a Free Concert on Grapaphone. J. R. 1VIOUNT & CO. The Deal House. trip to Lexington Mr. Webb Kelly made a business tills week. Gossip About People vvv A Mr. Ilobert Kinnaird, Misses Mar- ti n and Helen dill were in Lexington TJendny. Mr. Going, by Thott Brll Mtrtlon W of th Coming, and Art Inttruttd In. and .Mrs. Ollle Carpenter and in Danville Mr. K S. Miller wen: latt Tuesday. Mr. Kit Hughes Stanford Sunday Mr. It. K. Mcltoberts, Mrs. Joe J. was n visitor in Walker and Mr. John Mcltoberts have been rceent visitors in Lexing re- Mr. nni! Mr. W. M Foley Imivc turned to Richmond. ton. Mrs. Floyd McCarty, and children, have returned to their home in June tkn City, after a pleasant vfeit with Mr. and Mr. It. K. Conn. Mr. Charlie Thomson relatives In Stanford. hi vWtin Mr. James 0. Conn mid san, Claud, spent Monday in Rlrhmand. Mr. I'. II. Wlllkwm Ihii moved his plumbing hup in the room formerly Mr. nnd Mm. Smiley Hill have re- occupied as n ImrlxT sitp next to turned from n visit to relnllvns in Goodloe and Walker llrotherx. Friend of Dr. Jack Adam are over bis recent recovery from Mn. J. C. Ilailey of Stanferd. vie Itcd her daughter, Mr. K. Proseott a serious illness and are glad to welcome him on our streets mm in. Drown. Monday. Frankfort. Mlses Judith Daniel nnd Thelmn Mits Ophelia Ijickry, ef Stanford, ii the guest of her nrkc, Mrs. K. Hamilton entertained Friday evening with rtwtk and dancing at the home of Prctcott Brown. Mitt Hamilton en Itlrhniond street. Misses Maude (. and Minnie J. Mr. Tom Young, nee Mitt Stella Conn, enrolled lit Richmond Nnrteal Lewis, of Tokyo, Japan, will be the Monday morning. week end truest of Mr. Hom Itnstin. Mr. It. K. MclteberU has returned Mrs. Young it now doinc miuionnry from n vltit to hit son, Mr. Ware work in Japan and this is hrr first in Atlanta. visit home since 1014. Miss Helen Itoblnton will leave Mr. Itella Arnold Frnncis and Miss Friday for Lexington where sac tins Mary Arnold leave Friday for Cin accepted n potitlon. where they cinnati and Louisville Mis Mnry Noel of Danville, linn will attend the spring millinery open been vititlng her litter, Mrs. Jamea ings and purrhnte early spring goods far Mi. Francit' millinery parlor. Wood at Taint Lkk. Mr. George Smith, Jr., who has Mr. Dunlap Wanton and children have returned from a vltit to Mr. J. been in Cincinnati for the putt two weeki under treatment for his eyes I). Chettnut in Richmond. it expected home thit evening. Dur Mrs. Harold Oldham, of Itlrlmianrf ing his ahtence, Mr. Wood Wilmot it visitint: her mother, Mr. Clay Ar- has been looking after hi mail route. nold on Lexington road. Marriage licence was issued in Hoagland Mr. Frank Davit nnd daughter, Itichmond for . Henry have returned to Hichmend after n Fletcher, 19, son of Mr. W. U vltit to Ijincntter relative. Fletcher, of near I'nint I.ick, and Miss Hnxul Foley. 10. daughter of been n reMr. W. hat Mr. and Mr. William Foley, of Hrad cent visiter of hit brother, Mr. John thaw .Mill. (.awton, in Mndtson county. Mr. J. W. Puniphrcy. our esteemed MIm lletic Holtxelnw and Mr. harness-make- r hat moved his shop to Jame ltailey, of Stanford, spent the room adjoining Goodloe and Wnl Sunday with Mr. and Mr. E. I'nweott kor llrothers hardware store and will Hrown on Danville avenue. be ploated to see hi friends nt that Mail Pouches Robbed. Mr. Jnniet Wood entertained n place when in ncod of harness number of her lady friends at dinSome sneak thief has been robbing ner Thursday in honor of hrr sister, Mr. C. V. Mitchell who conducted the mails somewhere between here M !m Mary Noel of Danville. the store at 1'oint I.envell for his and Lexington and the postal author uncle, Mr. W. M. Mitchell, has ac- (tie have done some line work in Smith Mr. and Mr. John with Hasvldcn catching the culprit. Among the Mr. and Mrt. John Talbee nnd Miss cepted a powit ioti llrottier. Mr. W. M. Mitchell sold spoilt that wns recovered from find Mnttle Hstes attended the funeral nf thi tork of good and good will to was a lot of Kelley Tobacco seed Mr. A. U. Kite in Richmond. Itninos llrothers who are now doing that Mr. Kelley had previously mail Mrs. William llowmnu ami daugh- butineM at thu old stand. ed to a number of his patrons and nt ter, Mitt Daphne Kowinan and .Miss the wrappers were torn olf and could Mrs. Dora Wheeler, Mr. and Mr. not be forwarded, the teed wns reFlorino Vandinecr, have returned to Richmond after a Wait to Mrs. Tnlton Wheeler, Mr. Joe Wheeler ami turned to Mr. Kelley here. There this were about thirteen ounces returned Miss Jennie Wheeler, moved lie run rd Wlllitimt in Ijincattcr. week to the beautiful farm they re- Wc were unable to learn the name of He v. C. S. Kills, who has been pas-to- r cently purchased near Danville. This the guilty party. of the Mt. Tabor Haptist church estimable family will be missed in at I'uint Lick, for about six years, our community, ami we hope they will Delightful Comedy. will resign nnd take up work at Carlsreturn to Ijincaster often. The llucnn Vitta High School pre bad Springs. He lint been n faithful Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert entertented n delightful little comedy at and devoted pastor nnd the conicrf natained at their home on Danville Itomant Opera House latt night to an tion will regret to seo him leave. street latt Monday evening to n de- audience that packed the building to Mrs. Robert Henry, who hat been lightful dinner, in honor of Mr. J. It. its capacity. guetta Thu following The comedy was in three acts, en visiting her mother, Mrs. Hid Robin-son- , Moorman. left Tuesday for Lexington, were present i Messrs It. E. Mcltob- titled. "Miss Topsy Turvey Or The Fifteen where Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry will reside erts, J, A. Hcaxlcy, J. W. F.lmore, II. Courtship of the Deucon". J. It. pupils of the sehool took part in the In the future having bought a beau- - Clay Kuuirnmn. It. L Klkiu, tiful home three miles from Lexing- Moorman, Dr. W. M. Elliott and Dr. play nnd all showed well training and Virgil Kinnaird. each carried out hit part like veterton. ans. Prof. Abner, who is the sup erintendent of the school deserves much credit for the delightful enter tnimiient and the training that had been given those who took part in the play. It wni well worth the price of ad mission and richly entitled to the patronage it received. Ec-to- n I- I'crmclia Itoblnton has acLOUISVILLE, Ky.. Jan. 21. "If cepted a position with Currey and RATES i Gulley and will be pleated to see her you have a cold, stay at home. Keep Slfigle insertions Ic a word away from places where there are friends there. No nd taken for less than 20c crowds." This was the warning sent Messrs J. II, Conn, W, J. Itomant out from the State Hoard of Health In this column. No ads in this and J. R. Hntclden are attending the today to every county in the State. column charged. meeting of the Hardware Astociation Such precaution, Dr. J. N. McCor-mnc- k Seven insertions for the in Louisville this week. said, is nhsolutcly essential if price of five. Mr. Frank Yantls, an old Ijinras-tc- r Kentucky Is to prevent n recurrence I'hone orders must be paid boy, but now making his home at of the "flu" epidemic. promptly. It was pointed out that within 24 I'aragould, Ark., hns been in the city r- for several days and is Itclng warmly hours Hazard, the county seat of x&tetQaao&iXiatooQCKsnQGXjmmQtM Perry county, nnd Uardstown, county greeted by his old friends and former associate. This is his first visit seat of Nelson, ench have reported Cabinet. SALE: China VOn years ami he seems forty cates of Influenza. Enough here In thirty-fiv- e Mrs. It. E. Henry. to be enjoying it nt much an his vaccine to inoculate every resident in Phcnc 85. friends. He Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. these counties wns sent out by the FOIt SALE: Two good Milch W, A. Yantls, formerly of this city, Health Hoard otfices today. Dr. Calves one week old. Is in charge of the State Cows. adboth of whom had the love and J. E. Itoblnton. Health otfices here in the absence of miration of the entire community. his son, Dr. Arthur T. McCormnck, FOIt SALE: Two good fresh Highest market price for all kinds who is in Frankfort looking after A. W. Knvannugh. health betterment laws that have milk cows. of produce. I'hone 35. II. C. ilailey and Sons. Iwen 'jroposcd to the Legislature. Dr McCormack said, while there Is FOIt KENT: House and some May-Edwa- rds no Immediate prospect of enforcing good tobacco hind for year 1920. The marriage of Miss Vivian Klhi n statewide closing order nt this time, Mrs. Henrietta Pendleton, May, formerly of Perryville, Ky., to everything is in readiness for making Mr. J. M. Kdwurds, of this county, an Immediate ban elTcctive if circumFor Sale: Four Post Antique bed. was tolemniied in Jcirersonsville, stances warrant drastic action. Scores Would like to do your plnin sowing hnvc developed Indiana, January 17th, Itev. Andrews of cates of influenza nnd comfort tacking. of the Christian church of that city during the latt few days at Camp Miss Lena Hright. olTieiatiiig. The bride it the daugh- Zachary Taylor. The malady is mild TAKEN HY MISTAKE from Ettes ter of Kller and Mrs. W. T. May and in form nrrnnlinir In rnmn nlTirinl. Livery stable, Monday, Court Day, n is n young lady of rare accomplishItemember we buy nil kinds of Chase buggy rug. Please return to ments. II. C. Ilailey and Sons. Herring Hlanks, Junk. Hubble Ky. Mr. Kdwnrds is one of Garrard's most successful and popular farmers LOST: White nnd tan rat dog. WANTEDi Old carpets, Clothand lives on hit elegant farm near With licente tag No. 24 when last Marcellut, and is numbered Among seen. Homer Teatcr. ing nnd n little money, to make you n new valuable rug. one of our best friend. May their Miss Fannie Ilithop. hapmarried life be one of continued FOR SALE: Several three nnd piness. I have NEW FEED STADLEi five year old mules. All well broken opened n Feed nnd Hitch Stable at and lots nf quality. Sutton-Wilm- ot. Jnmes 11. I.eavell, Hrynntsvillc Ky, the Old County Ham opposite Conn The marriage of Miss Lillie Mae llrothers shop. Give mc n call. Sutton to Mr. Hryan Wilmot, of S. II. Estcs. pd. STHAYKD: To my pluce about Stanford, was solemnized at the SALESMEN WANTED: to solicit Phoenix Hotel in Lexington last December 1st, n red yearling steer. Tuesday at high noon, Itev. T. E. Owner can hnve same by paying orders for lubricating oils, greases charges and proving same. and paints. Salary or Commission. of that city otTiciuting. V. A. Lear. Address THE HARVEY OIL CO, The bride is the popular and acCleveland, Ohio. complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marked Advance In Weaving. Pat Sutton of this county unci n very In 1S37. on the twenty-thirFOR SALE: Fine Hlnck Jack, of charming young loily indeed. That tho patent for the Cromptnn three years old in June. 15 hands she will make n worthy helpmnto I'xmi for weaving cloth wns Issued to high, white points, good bone, good goes without saying. She wot Itccom-ingl- y Wllllnm Crnmptou of Tnunton. Mast. attired in a blue tricotinc suit Tlil. machine made It poslhte to hear nnd ear. Fat and ready. Worth and carried a boquet of pink roses wearo Intricate patterns In cotton your while to look if you want a good S. J. Embry. and never looked prettier thnn on fabrics by machinery In placo of by J one. Stanford, Ky, her wedding day. She is a graduate imini ni iinu iiren mine innueny. of the Lancnstcr High School and Mr. Wilmot is to be congratulated upon winning her hand. Mr. Wilmot is n sou of Mr. James Wilmot. of Lincoln county nnd n nephew of Mr. Hen Wilmot of this county. He Is it splendid young man, full of energy and we predict will make a model husband. Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left for Louisville and other points of interest and after n few weeks will be located at the home of the bride on the Uuckeye pike. Our best withes are extended to them for n long life of unalloyed hnppiness. It-plt-p- FOR SALE: Pinnn, Chnndnlier, 10 gallons Roof Table, paint, 50 gallon gasoline or oil tank and mnny other articles. Miss Jennie Lackey. Step-ladder, night Jnn. 13th, nnd black spotted on but no name. in about Kemper lane. Return to Herman linker, Judton Ky., nnd get reasonable repd ward. LOST Tuesday 1020, large white fox hound, collnr Iji.it heard of was FOR SALE: Overland Roadster in good condition. A real bargain if taken soon. Phone 7012, Residence one mile from Court House on Goshen pike, J. Owsley Newland, Stanford, Ky. Shoats and Manure. If you or your neighbors havo nny manure or shouts to dispose of, I lease let us know, Coleman Hicks, Henry Lloyd, Lancaster, Ky. 22-Phone 3S2-- Ohio Farm For Sale. farm of 207 acres in the Hig Valley, nenr Ohio. Farm is level to gently rolling; improved with n six room house with wood smoke house, house, barn furnace heat nnd electric lights, 110x70, silo, well fenced, 10 acres in bottom, which is in alfalfa; 50 acres in bluegrnss, (10 acres in corn last year, 32 acres of this sowed to wheat. This Is a tine stock fnrm, well watered for stock; will raise white hurley tobacco to a finish; but boys, she is n corn nnd hog farm to a finish anil a bargnin for $22,000.00; $10,000 down, balance $1,000 each year nt fi per cent. Will include with above farm 40 head of cattle, CO head of hogs, ft head of good horses, 30 acres corn, 20 tons of liny, complete set of farming implements for $29,000. Write for free price list, I hnvo farms of any size, price or location desired. Remember I pay your train fare in ense you buy. Write or call It. L. JOHNSON, on Somerset Ky., Office over M. L. Covers, Phone 203. It. A Miami LANCASTER'S HARDWAH E E IS OPEN AND READY FOR RUSINESS. com- Our goods are arriving daily and our stock will be plete in a short time. HARDIN We are headquarters for EVERYTHING WARE and have the exclusive agencies for Garrard County for the following lines: m JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS KINDS, OF ALL OLIVER CHILLED RIDING AND WALKING PLOWS AND POINTS, AHLBRAND BUGGIES, MOORES RANGES, PIPELESS FURNACES AND AIR I TIGHT HEATERS, Gold Weather Specials SWEATERS, FLANNEL SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, WOOL SOCKS, CAPS, HIGH TOP SHOES, RUBBERS AND BLANKETS. DELCO FARM LIGHTING PLANTS, GROVES FERTILIZERS, Notice To Citizens Of Lancaster. ) The citizens of Lancaster arc re spectfully requested to notify the Chief of Police, whenever an electric light on their street U not burning nt nlr,ht. This is very Important, as it It almost impossible for the marshal or the company to know immediately, at there are about live miles of electric wiring In the city, We ask your JOHN M. DUNCAN, Mayor. Realizing that the people of Lancaster and Garrard County, felt the need of a store of this kind we have spent a great deal of time, thought and money getting the BEST MERCHANDISE on the markets. We want you to come to see us and get our prices. We will do our best to please and satisfy you. I Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. G00DL0E & WALKER BROS. T The Centrat Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Jan 2S, sfc"eaata 1 920 0040 09940990 w I CARDS. M. S Erstwhile Estcllc DyT. D. ALDERSON . A LANCASTER INTERVIEW HATFIELD tCoprrlf hi. ISIS. Wasttia Ntwspapar Ualaat Two girl sat In a hotel, at Hays, DENTIST rllle recanting imp another with seOffice over Tlie Garrard Hank. riousness. Mont tlmn once the rider Offlee 5. Residence 370 of the two. Hhoda VIIII. broke out Plion KENTUCKY, Into sobbing. I Irr aympnthlxlng friend. LANCASTER. to Console Kstelle Ititwdon. t had considerable stooping tMr. "I wired you lo meet me here cntlons. I became easily tired spoke the orer to do and on my wny to Kidney Doan'a Pills nnd languid "because I felt so former suddenl a brought relief nnd I heartbroken nnd tnngeil to llml some fine kidney medicine," think ther nr 1 " could tell my om to ulmm Mb Exclusive Optometrist. asfcav J.J.Byrne ske Mr, Davis Tails His Experience. The following brief account of an Interview with a Iincaster man four years ago, nnd Us sequel, will be n.id with keen Interest by every cltlien, W Drls. tailor, Danville like. I .nn caster, says: "Some time ago my I suf kidneys wen In Isvl condition ferod with pains acroaa my hark and through my loins. My kidneys were Irregular In nrtlon and I had tn get up many times at night to pasa the sc. THORNHIIX WAGONS 1 a HriM-ton,- " tnn-bles.- AO A IN P1LVI3K3 DOA.VS, "And will you marry this Wendell DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. llnlnl It he asks your "Is It not my duty did I not so Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. promise my dying mother! If It I a Office Hour terrible sacrifice, It la a sacred one." Ami what of Vincent Searles!" "I dare not see him. hut 1 mint con-ve- y the story of our broken lives to him In some wny. Ill Muter will She Uvea understand DIRECTOR across country and pity. mile. I have some tlfty Ofllrv Over National Uank. telephoned Mr. Oliver IJnlnl that I shall reat over here fur a few days, tn Residence Thorn .1. Office Phone 27 will see Miss Searles. the meantime LANCASTER. KY. You will stay here In my place. I may be gono two days." "Suppose the elder Mr. Halnl. or Ms son. Wendell, should cotne down here to view the hrlde expectant!" suggested Kstelle, hut Hhoda passed the query off gravely, being In no mood to Jest. Katelle proceeded to enact the role Liok. of her friend. The ladles parlor, a ft roll among the hrlllnnt stores, a street view front the windows of her room full npprodatlnn of thoa en. titles was clouded only when EMelle VETERINARIAN. retlected upon the forlorn situation of Calls Ansvered Promptly Day or Ithodn. Tliey had corn.ponded regularly, Night. Phona 317. but had not met for over a yenr when KENTUCKY LANCASTER. Ithodn sent for her at llaysvltle. It was to recite n woeful tale. A month previous the mother of Ithodn had died. In her last moments she had exacted a solemn pledge from I'.hodn to weil Wendell Halnl If he snucht her ns his wife. Fine Cut "Oliver ltalrd was your father's closest friend." she told Hhoda. "It M. wns our thought that If you were ever left nlone, Mr. llnlnl should l your guanllan. hoplnc that you might find as a huabnnd his son." Th-there had come a letter from Oliver Halnl. It wa all arranged that Ithodn was to become his wanl. Hhoda - KENTUCKY. had Imparted to Katelle the fact that STANFORD, she was engaged to one Vincent GIVE ME A TRIAL. Searles. She had given her promise Orer four yeans later Mr IXivIs said: "I am nlsray glnd to say a good wonl for Donn'a Kidney Pills. When I havn symptoms of kidney trouble IXwn's am sum to giro mo relief." COc. at all dealers IWtenMllburn Co., i J. A. Beazlev MINERAL Mfn , Buffalo. N. Y. And Lovs. t H. J. PATRICK, DentlMt. great oet. Nature pn1-eeM.e createat reaults with the slm' leaf n im, m.tiiia. These are simply Dowers, water nnd love. Of coiire. I' the iq)ectntnr be without (lie tnt. the whole will present but a pitiful 'il'i"nrnncei nnd. In thnt cnae. 'tie aim merely so many mllea In diameter, tin' tree ar co for fuel, the flowers are rlnaalfjed by stamens, nml the I.Ike n a Made In the Heart of the Hardwood Region years the automobile, and lime spreader occtipicil the time of many wagon makers. Hut Thorn-hi- ll stuck to the wagon ami to the farmer trade. Over rough mountain road, through swamps, at logging camps, thcc wagons did duty daily. Thus the fame of the Thornhill spread, and tlie demand grew steadily greater. witer Is simply wet. Heine. DURING the past trn Paint Kentucky. Or. Printus Walker Composer! Peculiar Method. The world's mnstrrs of art nnd music nnd literary geniuses hnve use.1 different means for arousing Inspirann tion nnd stlmulntlnc Imagination exrhnngc reealla. Thus. Orleg the musician, when he wns nbout to com. jme. used to heat his bend for ser-en- d days, whereupon he would to.,. Ma appetite and Ills eyes would become mlnmed nnd his tmnglnatlon thereby stimulated. Chinese Skillful Candy Makers. t'hnivHnre e.y skillful In making confertlonery. They are nlite to empty an ornuge. of Its pulp entirely nnd then nil It up with fruit Jelly without one being able to tltid the smnltest rut In the rind or eten a tiny hole. Inilred. they even empty an gg In this iiiuniier and till It with n sort of almond noucat without one being nble to Unci the slightest break or Incision lu the Tottgh Hfebland Hickory Their plant is located in the very shadow of mighty forests of mountain hickory. The gnuind is hard the climate severe. The wood has to fight foHife. So it grows sturdy and strong wrll nigh unbreakable. It has neatly twice the strrngth of hickory that grows in softer ground, which is usually brittle-brasThe white oak, growing under similar conditions, develops a similar toughness. The oak and hickory are dried outdoors under shelter and kept there from three to five years so piled that the air can circulate freely. Tlie tup dries in it. close-grainh. Some say thrir location in the heart of the hardwood trgiun is the trason why thry can build such a weat-ptoo- f wagon. And this is partly true. Fur good, tough oak and hickory ate things no man can male. Hut much is due to their modern plant. Matetials stirt at one end of the plane and come out a finished wagon at the other. Each man docs but a single tail, and he docs that task, to perfection. labor-saving; A Clan of Master Bu&Jen Hut to the men are due many df the Thorn-hi- ll g features. Yesrs ago they attracted to their plant the matters of wagon building. They asked these men for improvements, and the men who made them received their just reward. Together they wotled out mote improvements than had ever been made in the twenty years that went before. Let us show you a Thornhill and dememtrate the value of Tliornhill construction, (sss-- ) long-wrarinlight-runnin- and tough Honaker Flowers. The John McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. li.-l- W. J. ROMANS. n LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Subjugate. When an army was conquered In Unman times. It was obliged to "psaa under the yoke" as an evidence Of defent at the hands of the enemy. This "yoke" was sometimes mnde by setting up two spears nnd putting a thlnl across the top. Our Knctlsh wont subjugnte (derived from Latin "siili." or under, and --Jugum," or yoke) tlm contains In Its composition a custom from tbe military life of the Romans. Satisfaction Guaranteed. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. JMN WWTE fc Utawal aaa) LfMrWVHXC, KY. D. No. 3 & and fishermen especially take Harris. There seemed to b a bond of acnotice. cepted confidence, liking nnd companMrs. Cora Phillips, R. L. Elldn, ionship established between tlietn nfter Mrs. Emma Daniels, that. The thin! day pnssed and Hhodti R. L. Arnold. did not return. A telegram arrived Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, the next morning, however, from Miss Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbotham, It Informed Katelle that Henries. d and N. B. Price. Hhoda was 111 nnd asked her to come on to Alton. 5. C. Itlgsby. Kstelle wns loath to acknowledge to J). M. Anderson. herself that she would n'gret losing L. Barker the company of this magnetic and atJi. L. Kelley. tentive Paul Harris. When she told J. C. Itlgsby. him that she wns called to a distance Mrs. Victoria Anderson, ho looked dlsupKltiled. Thompson and Tracy WIIUs," ".Miss he said, "clrcum-iitnuce- a have pn'dpltnted a climax that will force me to muke an embarrassing Paul Harris Is not my. admission. name. I am In reality Wendell Halnl, nnd I enme here In another guise at the request of my father to view the person ho wished me to marry, If I tli ill felt I could Iiim her. I can and will, mesh bag. As If by magic there sprang In front of the room thief the young msn of the dining room episode. He wrested the plunder from the marauder, but the latter made good his escape. "I seem to hare a protector whenever I get Into trouble," said Estelle, Tha undersized hereby give warn-V- nnd to regain her composure returned to all persons not to trespass upon to tho parlor, the young man accomlur la nib for any purpose whatever panying her. There was an hour of M we will prosecute all offenders to enjoyable converse, during which Ks-- i ' the fullest extent of the law. Hunt-er- a telln learned that he was Mr. Paul ainrtsjist tH vshsa SssiaJ to her mother, fearing the consequences on the falling Invalid If she told that It could not be, that sh was plighted to another. As Katelle entered the dining room of the hotel that evening she tripped over a rug askew and was fairly rescued from a fall by a handsome, alert young man. who recdved her thanks with apparent pleasure. lie bowed as he pasaed her In the hotel parlor the next day, and Kitella remembered and recalled his face as she went up to her room a little later. As she reached Its door she uttered a sharp scream. It was burst open and a stranger tried to pass her, bearing In his hand her gold Play Safe. There- are several methods of distinguishing the edible fnmi the poison-ou- s mushroom, ftut the safest way Is to regard them all as poisonous. Do you recall the Italian botanist whose specialty was mushnxuna and wbu died from a mess of them! - ' Besch, Sycamore, Maple, Oak and Walnut Logs. tf you have any to sell write to C. C. MENGEL A BRO. CO. Loularillai Kentucky I Caffeine From Holly Plant. One of tho many spedes of American holly, tbe one known sctentlftratly as "Ilex vomltorla." has been found by chemists to contain targe amounts of the drug caffeine, one to one and a half per cent being available fnra the dried leaves. Popular Mechanics Msgaxlne. POSTED uj TOBACCO -- TO ' ft C. A. Speith Company STANFORD STREET DEALERS IN Yl(t"lll Lancaster, Kentucky. i. , mm Hazelwood Sanatorium Anti-Tuber a a m t Miss Willis" "Confession Is good for tho soul," obsened Kstelle. "I am not Miss Willis, and to clear away complications, I had better tell you all," and she did. "When you meet Miss Willis" she continued, when he Inter- culosls Association lor the adequate treatment of tuberculosis tn all Its stages at t;u tkc lUtet $15.00 per week, board, medical attention, laundry, etc. Msh ground commanding cxtenshe view. Delight-fsuiroundlngs. Special rates tor tluUIMI lw UttUMl I- II JH. tU iWhhi rk,,4,Um It Clon lUmJmmJ f Li.. For tk Trtatnutnt of Tubercutoti Malatatned by the Louisville 0. ul - ""Mi aC rupted her, "After having so crudely told you that I love you." said Halnl, "why should I see her at all! Do you not bellove that Miss Willis will get well very rspldly when kh hears that she does not have to glvu up the man ah already loe!" It wsa a queer tore making, but It was sincere, and then and there Kstelle spoke the word that settled the hspplnes of four earueat souls LOOSE LEAF TOBf.660 I I the Highest Market Price and Unload the BRANCH HOUSE at M OR ELAND. Same Day. We Pay tWKKrtWXHKWXtfyftXWX CtfSS Shoes covered with diamonds wees recMtly worn by a woman at a ball Is The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 2S, 1 920 Sieid WHERE Dellar WIL L LAST II THE LONGEST WELCH'S Is The PLACE WIRE FENCE. 4 ft. No. 9 Top and Bottom TOBACCO CANVAS WAGONS 55c. Our supply of tobacco canvas has al- Ask About RED TOP Fence Posts. Old Hickory 2 3-- i ready been received and we can supply Weber. $135.00 your need at the very low price quoted below. 24 x 28 Count, only 8 l-3- c. ROOFING. The price of galvanized roofing is 4 Inch 3 Inch 28 x 32 Count, only 10c. $140.00 Get your supply now and be sure you do not have to pay more later. WELCH'S CAN SAVE YOU MONEY on Farming Implements, advancing rapidly and it will be to your advantage to get your supply as soon as possible. Now In Stock, 8, 10 and 12 ft. Lengths. We have these wagons in stock and already set up for your inspection. do not expect the price of wagons to main as low as it now is. We re- Wire Fence, You may find other makes cheaper Roofing, Building Paper, Groceries, etc. but you will not find them as good. DISC HARROWS. S If you are not our regular customer it will pay you to take a day off and visit our store and see what low prices we are Disc, with tongue $30.00 $40.00 $45.00 10 Disc, with tongue 12 Disc, with tongue SEED OATS While they last, only $1.15 per bu. offering. We can reduce the high cost of living for you. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S GREATEST STOJRE.';. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Uselthe Phone and "Save the Difference. BEREA, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Jan 29. 920 1 mm Pounds Average Noland and Miller .. 4240 Chancy and Son 725 Million and Long 3730 1405 .1620 Woods and Davis Jackson and Ellison. 1320 D. T. Bogie and Son.. 1265 Taylor and Oldfield. 950 Morgan and Martin.. 16S0 D. M. Long 2310 Gaines and Freeman. 3890 L. H. Moberley DIRE Is still getting BIG PRICES for its patrons. We are leaders in high average prices for the season. Watch our sales and be convinced. Here are some of our last sales: Total $3,488.95 $ 597.75 .$2,751.20 .$S2.29 $82.45 .$73.76 .$70.05 .$70.43 .$83.74 .$75.72 .$78.92 .$75.97 .$7o.5S .$70.98 984.25 $1,140.90 $ .$1,105.40 957.90 $ 749.75 $1,274.67 $1,745.89 .$ .$2,761.29 We believe this is the last rush of the season. We can take care of your tobacco. Bring it to us. Yours for service and Dollars. MADISON RICHMOND, Convalescents Build Up On Pepto-Mangan. TOBACCO INCORPORATED WAREHOUSE KENTUCKY. Increases Ik Supply of Rich Red Blood Restores Strength and Vigor. Physicians Recommend It. Sold In Liquid and TabUt Form Th. Nam. "Gudo't" th. Guida To Genuine Pepto-Manga- A serious illness such as Influenza or other infectious disease always leaves the body with low vitality, lack of strength, and impoverished blood. n Gude's aids convalescents to a quick recovery, for it creates a generous supply of rich, red blood and restores the body to its normal, healthy condition. That's why physicians recommend for they know that it imparts to the blood the material so sorely needed by weak, systems. Pale, sallow, thin, d men and women find that builds them up wonderfully. A new supply of rich, red blood is created, which in turn imparts the glow of health to the cheeks, increases the appetite, the eyes sparkle, the entire system takes a new lease on life. is obtainable in liquid or tablet form, which ever proves most convenient. Iloth forms possess idential medicinal qualities. n There is but one genuine and that is "Gude's." Ask your druggist for Gude's and look for thd name Gude's on the package. If it is not there, it is not Pcpto-MnngaPepto-Mangarun-dow- n easily-exhaustePepto-AlnngPepto-Mangan Pepto-ManguPcpto-Mungan. An Oyster supper will be given nt this school Saturday evening Jamiury 31st. Wclburn Poore, a former student, came over from Wilmore to rehense for the play. Mrs. Lou King has just returned Wood Alcohol from n visit to relatives in Latonin and Iiurgin. The wood alcohol scare as the reProfessor J. R. Abner was in Lan- sult of many deaths occuring throughcaster making preparations for the out the country during the holidays High School Play. from drinking wood nlcohol has abOrion McMurtry was absent from solutely killed the bootlegger's busischool Monday on account of going ness in this section. Those who to the Dentist. would ordinnrily be willing to buy Elizabeth and Christine Duncan, booze from n bootlegger are afraid have been absent from school several to run the risk of getting something days on account of illness. that will "turn their toes to the daisMiss Nancy Sloan, teacher of ies", and as a result what little stock Third and Fourth Grades, is spend- - bootleggers may have on hand is a tnrft twa ivaw lf vhm wlftVi it v a nnronti ' drug on the market. Shelby News. inl r ve rim )' liiiM A number of children in the Pri-- j mary Koom were kept out of school several days last week on account of the weather. The High School is rehearsing for the play to be given at Romans Opern House, at Lancaster, Wednesday evening, January 28th. BOOTLEGGING Killed as result of Scare Over Many Deaths from Transylvania Man Is Professor at Tokyo. Professor Paul Imamuru, 11. I), a graduate of tho College of the Iliblc at Lexington in the class of 1918, is now n professor in Tukinogawu College, Tokyo, Japan, according to Information received by President R. of thnt Institution II. Crossfleld, Imamuru came from Japan to study at Transylvania, und after making his degree in the College of the Hlble entered Columbia University, New York, from which he received his Master's degree. Recently he gave a series of lectures in Tokyo on "Can Religion lie TuutrhtT" In the college he is giving courses on Religious Sociology and New Testament Theology. Croup Threatens Quick telicf of baby's croup often f ortttsUs s serious situation wnn this dreaded disease, come I In the Ut hours of eight. Advertisement. Kdu-cutio- n, Buena Vista School News. Tom, Helen and Ruth Lane are quite ill with pneumonia. Thursday and Friday were devoted to monthly examinations. Forest Rogers, formerly of Ourgin school, has entered school here. Nannie Haitey, who has been ill for several weeks is improving slowly, Chtnault Ruble is absent from school, suffering from a sevcrt cold. W 1 wr SOL OfiRSS lira 'STV l tMMikl4bcfiltfWlntSrnM. tttUciMMMw, I.ILH ckM Whcwtti t4 attar tu rat, Mine H nu imi.ua, im man, UI alihwi quoiiaa If Hum'. 3.1. U ih utuvnt of K(,iBl Tctlrc.Kiorvurm.Iuh.rlc Dual tnuiM diacotuMcd bnwiM onf IcwtiMal. fwl. Ilimi-tlil- n IcUvcil haa&ada wb You caa't Im ni Montp tmtk Try M at m iUs TODAY, fikt 1U. Vat aalt MSMIV BACK .gggggggsv im Hm hhnUi 4ntii L'IClHMClFf MUM U , aalai. li, mt. I. ciuilna . . mi ur. Tax f .ll.f ca4lM. w wall at gnn-f- bull h C. ,,(.. ay ' SSSSSSSSSiSSUISSSS' VkXyaH BnuM Drug MUM Kt 6fea4ll.H a dm mum at mm I STORMES DRUG STORE. Ours, it seems, is fated to be a always voice tho sentiments of the government of the people, for the people of this country. people, and by the politicians. John I). Rockefeller is staggering Might Just as well smile over that around under seven hundred million income Bow To worry tax. You can't charge up dollars worth of Standard nil stock. To Make to your expense account. The poor, unfortunate, overburdened Public. Some people have trouble going to man! No wonder oil took another sleep because they spend too much Jump the other day. Jesse Pomcroy, Who Triad To Escape time laying awake thinking about it. Man is n taking animal, any way 12 Times From Solitary Confinealways two sides to every you look at him. The hustler takes There are ment. Will Read Hit Own question the trouble being, how- to work, the laggard takes a snooxe, Prisoners' Poemi At ever, that the other fellow never can the warrior takes a punch, at his enemy and the coward takes to his Show. see it heels. And, when there's nothing BOSTON', Jan. 24 Jesse Pomcroy, We nt least are safe from one else to take, everybody takes ofwho has served forty years in solitary menace. The devil will hardly come fense. confinement, is to appear in public to earth while the reds are up and If the prophesy that shoes are to for the first time since, he was a boy, doing. double in price comes true, we can show to be given by innt n minstrel constitutional Just smear n coat of polish over our n Hut possibly mates of State Prison, As the latest of the liberties which amendment abolishing future con- feet anil tell 'em to "go to". have come to him, since the solitary stitutional amendments might save feature of his sentence was commuted tobucco. HARDLY three yean ago, the life convict will Go easy on your bean. Your be allowed to take part in the show thinker can do Just so much work anil as n render of his own poem. STAND ALONE Pomcroy turned several years ago then it ceases to function. It becomfrom plotting to escape to writing es Jumble of nothing. poetry after his twelfth attempt to If it is true that people who in- TarriU Suffering Froa HmsJksW, break jail wus frustrated by n guard dulge in day dreams an always conS&acke, Back etc, ud Weak-cwho found him with cell bars cut and trary, this world must be one long Relieved by CarsJii, armed with several improvised wea- dream after another. Syi This Texas Lady. pons intent upon fighting for his While reveling in the present wild freedom. " Mrs, Minnie Phil-po- t, Ooaales, Tex. Since that time the prisoner has orgy of spending, Just remember that of this place, writes: "Five, years written regularly for the prison pa- our editorial hatchery has not budgper, his poems appearing under the ed an Inch front its same old stand. bio I was taken with a pala Id my left tide. It was right under toy name "Grandpa". It is possible, of course, that wom- lift rib. It would commence with an Pomcroy is 00 years old. He has en take the opposite side of n quesaching and extend up Into my left been In prison since his seventeenth tion because it would never do to shoulder and on down Into my back. year for crimes committed ns n boy. concede thnt their husbands are al- By that tlmo the pain would be so ways right. severe I would hare to take to bed. and suffered usually about three days .Moonshining in these sunny days ...I suffered this way for three- years, And Ireland, it would seem, is of parched throats is not confined to and got to be a mere skeleton and was something more than a spot on the the ancient habltut of the wild moun- to weak I could hardly stand alone. taineer. It is apt to be right in your Was not able to go any where and had map. to lot my bouse work r.o...l suffered neighbor's aristocratic cellar. awful with a pain In my back and I The man who speaks well of his The war has added 2,000,000 to had the headacho alt the tlmo. I Just neighbor seldom hears evil of himunable, to do My the population of Italy, despite its was a misery, my a thing. pot life was self. In an etomsch Hut King Vic is not the only awful condition, caused from taking losses. And now Is the time for all good one who ran crow. Kmmu and Alex- so much medicine I tmfffrrd no much people to come to the aid of tliu in- ander have been restored to Russia, pain. I hsd Just about given up all hopes of our Cottlue ao) thing to help come tax. The good will. At the recent meeting; of the su- Be, One day Almanac was Scrambled eggs do make a delic- preme council of the league of na- thrown In a Illrthday After reading; my yard. ious dish. Hut to most of us the use tions, delegates were all present ex- Its testimonials I decided to try Car-duand am so thankful that I did. cept the dollar mark. It was reposof the plural is forbidden. ing blissfully in tho American senate. for I began to Improve when on the second bottle. ..I am now a well Ilnnquets, wo opine, will not be so popular now as In the halcyon days Our Knglish friends should not woman and feeling- lino and tho curs baa been permanent for It has been blow up over little Incidents that crop two rears slaco my awful bad of champagne, bourbon and health. Water, as yet, has not been out in our Iiivcctiations of tho con- I will always prafso and recoBunend OankiL" Try Cardul today. X 78 mellowed to the proper taste. duct of the war. Politicians do not MAN, 60, IN PRISON 43 YEARS,.. First C0UL0 Cracks At Creation. - l, gin-flue- s. fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 29, 1920 KINDS OF FOOD CHILDREN NEED TO MAKE GET THE SAVING THEM GROW INTO HEALTHY MEN AND WOMEN Glen Lillj; 1 HABIT The Garrard Bank & Trust Go, Character In the Noie. There U nn old saying tint "n man' character I n hi nose s. The ihkk, Um Mrmntlnc to physlognitmuts. of the mint lmMirtntit features. Itoth nnil Hi ahapo Imve their lg. It rL the FLOUR that compeets with QUALITY at a fair price made from selected Garrard County Wheat. New Eacuse for dealing. man In SU I.0111. arrested for stealing eighty ihhiihIo nf n handful at n time. Mild hr did It bemuse he wax "nitTcrlng n had wooden Poached Egg tin Toatt. Baked PoUtc, Oread and Dutter, Milk and Rice Pud- ding Make an Excellen t Dinner fo' a Three. Year-Old- . leg and wanted money to buy n now (Prepared by 111 Unllo.1 HUles Departnlflcance. line. the fat ami season with suit. Serve hot. ment ii f Agrlcultuie I Almost nny veceinblii can be ife"! Some people tell in' n emit deal Snowballing In Summer. Month! of Winter. about uhat children uiiKlit not to eat for tlavoring milk slews. Or n little On the hottest ilny of the year In Astronomically winter I reckoned to but forget fi, tell lit "lint they ought fish or t'hoptssl drleil beef may be Chirac", with the merrury US degree iivmI. In Hie cne of very little chilIn northern latitude ulit-thu i to hate. The kind of food tlmt above iitii. a crowd nf boj on ltnt un enter Capricorn, or at tho sol- - t need to make them crow Into dren enre should be taken not to serie lijr .lltlli nvrliue amused Ihciuaehc tire (admit Ueeemher SI), und to end henlthy men and women U helns any IoiibIi fnMls like lurge piece of throwing snowballs made fnm a drift y dried b.H-- unless the mother has tlmo at tlif equinox In Mnrch; hut III studied by Inline economic rxjiert. of mow that trndlty Increased In alio to wntrh and un that they lire well winter comprises the three food The Most Important "f tbee until It nil more- than three feet coldest months tlecemhcr, January I milk. It supplies something for chew The anowr wai being acraiieil from the and IVhniary, being reckoned tho win-te- r making muscles; something for makAnother way to use milk la In simpipe nf a refrigerating company, on month In the I'nlted State, and ing bone nnd teeth; and mmethlng ple puddings. which It rolled sometime to a depth In that 'make rhlldren crow. Rice Pudding. No child of six Inches. It li scraped oft every November. December and January Until llrltain. 1 quart will crow as fM us he should or a nf milk, !iolS Usipoonful or or skim. well wtthimt milk. He may Ket flit, Tfround nulmcit. cupful rife. cinnamon, or ine In not the Mime but fatness cupful sunar. Brulvtl rind of Si at strength. Cnles he has milk, home H tesspooaful aalt. a lemon. part of him will almost surely be Wash the rlre thoroughly, mix the weak. livery little child should have nt Ingredients, and bake three hour or least three glne of wholo milk more In a very slow oven, stirring OF LANCASTER. nt first. ciery day, iiihI If jKisjIble. four. If he l, Any kind of rereal. oatmeal, ha thin amount of milk, nnd particuor cracked wheat ran be used larly If ho ran be given one ccc yolk a day. he doei not need mint. Some In plan; of (lie rleo and molusses, or worry beeaun" they ennnot brown sugnr ran lie used for sweetenmother A It. DKNNY, I're.i.Ient J K, STOIIMKS, Vlcel're.t. affonl to buy meat. tlli. chliken or ing and ilnvnrlng. V M THOMPSON. Teller. S. C DENNY, Cnshirr To say that n child does not need other t1t.Ii fiMMN for their children, J It. HAItHIS, Individual but this l unite uiiiiertry If they llesh fiMNls like meat, thicken, and fih If be hits pUnty of milk doc not tnenti HUGH MOIII.EY. General are nlile to fit milk, and milk Ik always lieaier than these other Hint these foods nre nut gisul for him. The chief (mint Is that they art not flKMN, needed nnd when used In nddltlnn to How to Serve Eggs. Some one will protmbty nU hnw the milk they nre exirnviicaiit. So far a WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. yolk of an ecs should be served to n dentin I concerned mmo of the tenchild. Ono eimhI way Is to ailil It to derer llesh food, like fish or chicken, G. II. Swinebroad, Alex It, Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormci, milk crnvy. Another way I to cook-I-t may ho given In small amounts eteii M. Elliott, Directors. S. C. Denny, A. T, Sanders. Dr. V. No child, hard, salt and miiili It and sprwid to very young children. however, should be given tough incut It on bread. The mother may Jut a well use the white of the ves for rake that I likely to be swallowed In larce Fried meat I particularly or for tiuddlnus. It U the yolk that pieces. the child needs lnot. All of the Iron harmful. W II B It E 0 1. IM A T E A N I) Use Frtih or Dried Fruit. of tho i'se I In the yolk. There Is SOU. A It E N E V E It I I) L E Fruit once a day Is a good rule. If somethlni: In the yolk, too, as there I IN THE HIGHLANDS OF LOUISIANA In the milk that tnnkes children crow. you ennnot nfford fresh fmlt, get dried Term. 10 cash, no further payCllmaU mild, even anil healthful Every mother wants her children to fruits. Soak them well nnd cook thorn bal(Jet away from the rijrorous ments for three years, then have strnlsbt, strone lec- - Hoth milk until soft. If the child Is delicate giro ance In five annual payments. winter and eccs help to make tho bones only the Juice or pulp. Very young Seven years to pay for land, Sull rich, sandy lonm well adaptstmnc. Children who do not cot these children who are Just beginning to ent Writ at once for further infored for all staple crops com, e other thing than milk should be given foods ant almost ure to havo n oati, potatoes, cotton and sugar mation ralliMl "rickets." cane in abundance. Splendid Their bones. the Juice only of the fruit. A little S. T. RANDLE CO., school, (iood roads. Iielnc weak, bind uiiiler them and ct't later they may be given the pulp. A 502 Fayetle Dank Building. Any site tracts from 40 Price beullhy child of school ace. can eat ery much out of sIiiih. KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, ncrrs up only 130 per acre Milk cets dirty easily and It Is very apples, (KHiche. und plums, skin and hard to make It clean after It has be- nil. livery child should biive plenty of come dirty. It Is different from such fiMMls as apples and ornnces from good bread. Then I no danger of whtrh the dirt ran be wlpI. If milk him eating too much nf It unles It' I Is left uncover l and dun or oilier covered with stig'ir or Jam. A hungry kinds of dirt fall on It. or If It Is put child will ent plain bread without Into n dirty dish the dirt sinks to the either butter or sugar between meals. bottom nnd It Is liiixeillile to cot It Save Hie sweets for dessert. Whole wheat or graham bread helps Dirty milk Is almost snro to 'out. to prevent roiiHtlputloii. So. too, do make rhlldren sick nnd so tho Greatnnd fruits. .Mothers who est pnlns should be taken to keep It vegetable dean. The burn whero the cow Is ennnot afford vegetable nnd fruit kept should be rlean; so. too, should should give coarse hrvnd occasionally the I'M ll and tho milker's hands. Cereal uiushes, like oatmeal, inriiuicnl or crorked whenr. nre eikhI food for After the milk romes Into the hou much It should bo kept mrefulv covered In children; they have Just uourlohment In them a the rcady-to-c- t n cool place. cereal and cost very much less. Uee of Clean Skim Milk. Hnnliies irnd erinptiess In food not I rhllml fur better for Whole same a toughness. In fact, hard rleiui skim the dren (ban skim milk, but bread or toast I good fond for chilmilk l better than dirty whole milk. dren, Ilreud that has been drleil nnd to do nil kinds We nro equipped with machinery If the mother rnnnnt set clenn whole lightly browned In the oven can be milk, she bad better uo clean skim broken Into small pieces and served milk and clve the child n little extra with milk ns cereal muhcs nre. to make up for the fat that was butter A to sweets, save litem for dessert taken off when the milk was skimmed. when the child Is not hungry enough In milk tlmt makes The "some! bins" to eut too much nf them. One of the children crow comes from the crni slmplo pudding mentioned above unit other crecn thine that the cow tiinkcs n good So, too. do dessert. ents. The same "sometliliic" In eec plain rnko or cookies. One of the comes from the creen food that overy sweet Is bread spread with On nil makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can chicken rulser provides for his cheiiiet cool butter and sugar, white or brown. chickens. From the Kreen food It cets Lump sugnr furnish you with n new battery or repair your old usually far cheaper ecc yolk. Into the milk and the one. by nil than dimly. m much needed Ilrenkfast nmy ennnlst always of battery charger We havo installed inline ntitmnls. Is also In lettuce, spin- fruit, frcli or dried, with a rereal ach, nnd other creens. I'or this reaand are now ready for battery charging. mush, milk, brend and butter. 11 read son these veertables are eood for nnd milk or rlre nnd milk are enough With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machildren, particularly when milk aiid for supper. The chief menl should chine we can weld 'most any broken part of an autoeee nro scarce. como In the middle of the day. Here gas engine or farming machinery. At any mobile, Some children do not like vecrtiihlos an it few suggestions fur It: timo you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any nnd It doe llttlo Rood to try to perSuggested Dinner. A better suade them to eat them other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad Ilakrd Potatoes. nr Milk Oravy. mad with baron or aalt way I to put tbriii Into soup rescue- either day or night. No jobs to como to your pork fat without saying iinylhliie iilxiiit eravles too large or too small. Oreen. It. Kor example, iiiaku milk stewa or of auto parts (or We nlso carry n large stock Milk Htesr. entvles nnd lut Into them any small Fords and other makes of cars. We handle tho New that lies on Toast, amounts of rooked vegetable Kits Pudding. Crown Gnsoline which gives more mileage than any may be left over or some fresh veze-tabl-e s cookinl for tho punsise. Hen-Iother gasoline on tho Market. Milk Tyaet. With n rvcliw for n milk atew. Slewed Celery or Cabbage. Wo also furnish Frco Air and are equipped to Dolled Hies with Sirup. of bread, a larce bowl of It plenty Wash and Polish Autos. make a good dinner fur a child. Ilread iuii tlutter, Potato Eoup. Open Day nnd Night. Satisfaction Garage llaked Apple. Milk Stew With Vegetable. guaranteed. j quart inllk. whole or skim. In smstl HOUSEHOLDQUESTIONS I rup'ul raw potatoes rut A tix-tnt'bll-dreli onll-narf - Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ilp, Kt-c- ' dr. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, All One Color. All of tho presidents of Haiti hare black. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. I 1 1 THE NATIONAL BANK Director and Capital $50,000. Surplus 430,000. roni-mea- Onice Phone 18. Roshlenrr: Phone 33. Hook-keep- Hook-Keepe- r, Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. ' Sorcery In Alaska. Natives of Alaska believe In anUm, n form of sorcery. Sham-bee- n Camouflage of the Commonplace. One way to reduce the number nf divorce would bo to have people do their rourtlng with their everyday clothe on. Akron Time. BUY A HOME Of Indian Origin.' I Fmm.. The powerful wlltleal organization Tammany" was named nfter the liumnr has reached u of unrest and chief Taiiianatnr of the Dela- Impatience umong our trade cchool puware tribe, who was famous for hit pils, who nre eager to be sharing the virtues and wisdom. The Tammany high wnges now being paid to labor. society was founded In New York city They ore In n hurry, one might say, to May 12, 17S2. nnd became Identified exchange the heyday of youth for tho pay day of adolescence. Boston with the ltrptihllcnn, no thu Drjno-crutle Municipal Playground. Alberta, Calgary, has municipal bnseball diamond, soccer Held, golf links and grounds for other sport. There arc B.O00 golfers In the population of 73.000. party ills-ea- EN05 pr-Ncnt. IAS. C. HRiUS.VKPi(. H. tL UST)5LY. SecV. a r.. k S P r STOP! REPAIRING 321 CUTHmt: STREET, North a ncacAHLV t;eonpoRATC9 institution cp lcahmimo cf roetolTicj LOUISVIU-E, Commercial School IXNTtJOCV Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Troininj. GtudenLi ecure Practical, Paying Results. Catnloguo sent upon rrqticet. LOOK! LISTEN! 1 r TOBACCO i (' III flV HIGH. New Tobacco is selling high nt the Tobacco H AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE Warehouse at Lancaster, .... But Tobacco Canvas I IS GOING f g $ fj' v)' iv 1 I I I j' CHEAP AT BECKER & BALLARD'S 3 Get yours early while we have it at 8 Take advantage of our early buying inn higher. cents. it is go-- Weber Wagons No better wagon built. The Weber fifth wheel and the awlVel reach coupling are worth $20. each to you during the life of your wagon, and our price on tho Weber, quality considered is either much too low or tho price on other wagons much too high. Comparo and draw your own conclusion. Sold in tho Southland since 1815. 1 3 Patrick & Conn. f'ece. tfslU frw leaves lettuce, eplnarh or other creen cut Into email piers or clioppt of onion. A small ! 1 level teaspoonfula butter or bacon fat, lloll the iMitntoe till wift and drain. Cook tl;t ntber vegetables In w little water that they do not need to be Uruliied. Add to the milk. Heat, aiid Alwny rmpty thv water out of kettle before refilling It e Tdo pantry hclvea are beat covrrrd with white oilcloth, rut to fit. e HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. Becker & Ballard jj 1RYA NTSVILLE, PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. ,T, ft trpld water for washUse borax Iron dry. k handkurchlef. ing In j The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan 29, 1920. Extraordinary Sale Finest Wootex Goats OUR BUYER HAS JUST BEEN IN THE WOOLTEX FACTORY JUST ON THE DAY TO SECURE THE BIGGEST BARGAIN WE WILL B E ABLE TO OFFER OUR TRADE THIS Y E AR HE HAS SENT US AND FIFTY-THRE- E OF THE FINEST WOOLTEX SOME OF THESE COME TOO LATE TO FILL THROUGH THE FACTORY ORDERS AND SOME LATEST SHAPE COATS THAT LOOK AS WOOLTEX CAN DO. MADE FROM REMNANTS OF CLOTHS. THE MATERIALS ARE PEACHBLOOM, BOLIVIA, SILVER TIP TENS EAR, ETC. ALL THE MOST WANTED BOLIVIA, KITCOLORS MATERIALS. ARE BLACK, BROWN, NAVY, TAUPE, MOUSE, GREEN AND A FEW WONDERFUL NOVELTY MIX- TURES. THE ORIGINAL PRICES WERE $45.00 TO $135.00 AND WILL BE OFFERED AT A B. Robertson & BrO; DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Carrie Yater, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harvey were Mr. William Kinder has purchased with Lancaster friend Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Walker were an auto. Mr. John Broaddus is quite ill with Lancaster friends Monday. Miss Lida Jane Broaddus was n with tonsilitis. visitor Tuesday of Mrs. James Yantis. Miss Fannie Smith visited Miss Mrs. Wm. Graham was the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Simpson. Mr. J. L. Yantis was the guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. Foley. Miss Mary Klizabeth I'oyntcr was n visitor of Mrs. Alfred Poynter Thursday. Messrs Ilascom Pelphrey and Tom Ward motored to Richmond last Mon day for the day. Misses Anna Mae and Lida Ilronil- dus were guests recently of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clay Uroaddus. Miss Dorothy Heazley spent the past week with her sister, Mr. and; Mrs. William Kinder. Miss Maude Smith was the attract ive guest Saturday night of Misses' Anna Mue and Lida Uroaddus. Mr . Frank Yantis of Arkansas, a Shoulders nephew of Messrs Tom and June Yantis, is visiting relatives here. Cares Mrs. James Yantis nnd two soni, George anil HersheL spent u delight When CALUMET ful day Monday with Mrs. John wtmps Sn. nil bnkinir Smith. irnuhlM tnke nuick Mr, and Mrs. William Clark and leave. You go Master Karl weru Sunday visitors of ahead and mix up bak Mr, nnd Mrs. Milton Wurd, and Mrs. ing materials, for biscuits cakes anything without fear C It. Henry. uncertainty. Calumet makes ol Mr und Mrs. T. U Yantis enter you forgtt (allure. tained at a delightful dining Monday, in honor of Mr. Frank Yuntls. It was a charming atfuir. AKING POWDER .... I. .1 . u . a .a. r Mr, J. - Yantis and Muster George uina mow rirulti. It. "757 bi. kt""' th IBM were visitors Sunday evening of Mrs. ft J JrmW Ucu .tint If M . nt i .11. lath liiif. TV.li. John llrouddus and Misses Anns Mae and Lida Uroaddus. " Ainu wi Mr, Nathan Simpson of Madison, nu m W'Y gt your fuxxr was with friends here last week. Mr. conulniooiy lucn insty- Calumet und Mrs. Simpson are much pleased Uliiully br th U. & uud with their new home. AUIttKlUO. It. Tm mm W r Mr and Mrs. Clay Uroaddus and ffMMttMMIMH. two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White HIGHEST nnd family were guests Sunday of QUALITY Mrs. John Uroaddus. HIGHEST Mr, and Mrs. Mlley Ikailcy, Messrs AWARDS William and James lleailey were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Matilda Col lins and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. hinder, Mr, and Mrs. John Smith received GUY. I that Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Smith of Lexington, were being congratulated opon the arrival of a six pound boy on Jan. 20th, at the SU Joseph Hospital. The little man has been christened Alvin Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton were hosts at an elegant dinner Tuesday, in honor of Mr. Frank Yantis of Arkansas, nnd Mrs. William Romans of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Yantis and Miss Allie Yantis, Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Kmbry and little Miss Huth Kmbry und Mr. James Yantis were also present at this enjoyable occasa message ion. Mr. list. U. spent Sunday with Mr. Robert Clark and family. Miss Dora Walton is spending the week with her sister. Mrs. Ed Dalley of lluckeye. Misses Marie find Kmma Lee Ray spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Mary Sherrow. Mrs. Mag Tracey who has been spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tracey has returned home. The stork visited the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cronley I lord wick the 17th and left a little girl, christened Klizabeth Ford. Mr. J. D. Walton nnd family and Mr. Harlan Hughes and family of MT. HEDRON. Richmond, spent part of last week with the families of D. J. Walton and A. Duncan is on the sick William Uroaddus. CHURCHES To Spend Million Dollars In An Advertis- the alms of the Interchurch World Movement Is to avoid duplication of work among the churches In the raising of the amount needed for tho evangelisation work of the Christian denominations. SOW SWEET CLOVER. Retter than red clover, and $8 to 110 per bu. cheaper. Direct from grower. Unhullcd.'hulled. and special scarified seed; prompt germination. Prices and circulars free. Also prices on honey. R.D. No. 4 John A. SU.Un, Falmouth, Ky. ing Campaign. All Baking Mr. Russell Vanderpool moved last Saturday to his farm near Itourne. of Poor Mr. William Whltaker Ridge spent a part of last week with friends lusre. Mrs. I.Iixie Spivey of Jessamine, wus with her duugliter, Mrs. Leonard Crank, Saturday night. Mr. Purry Dennis who has been uvwiy for quite a while is with his aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Onstott. The recent sleet did much damage to the fn.it trees in this section, it wus the heaviest sleet thut has fullen In year. riht Hulxjtt and Walker Montgomery are attending school at llryantsvillc and are with their aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. An Associated Press dispatch from Atlantic City the past week stated that The Interchurch World Move ment had decided upon n newspaper advertising campaign in connection with its program of evangelizing the It was stated that leaders of world. the movement had given their apOtclslon ol OsracUr. proval to his plan, which will start Auothrr ndrantsc ut this character with the church press about February Is that tt from a gtent dal , nnd include practically every med of Interference am) obstructive annoy, publicity, including the rural mice which an ium of Irresolute man may newspapers of the country, In an ef le almost nure to encounter. Wcsk-nfort to bring the world evungeliza- In every form tempts arrogance, Dinl n nmii may do allow til to wish for tion plan directly to all the people. a kind of character with which stupid-K- y The decision followed a three-da- y ami Impertinence may not inaku so conference at Atlantic City, in which Seek Winn a firm, decisive spirit Is Dr. R. H. Crossflcld, president of It Is curious to co how the Misses Fannie, Sallie and Ruby Transylvania College at Lexington, I'm,- - clears sround n man, and leares Chum-le- y represented that institution One of Mm room Chumley, daughters of W. T. anil fnttlom. of Mercer county, have institut Southed suit ugainst the Cincinnati ern Railroad. The young ladies range in ugc from eighteen to twenty-thre- e years of age, and on June 8, 11UD, went to Cincinnati on a Sunday excursion. The coaches were crowded and they were forced to use a wet seat, and the coloring matter on the cushion faded oft on their white dress es und they were compelled to weur this stained clothing ull day in Cin cinnati and thereby much humiliated and they pray for 1500 each. vxt-aipt- s e Girls Humiliated; Damages. Dean. CALUMET I- I Raymond Messrs Author und Roll. Montgomery returned from u week Mont visit to their uncle, Mr. Frank FIFTH MONTH, LANCASTER PUBgomery in Indiana. LIC SCHOOLS. Messrs Krncst Montgomery and Kdd Grow were ut UrynnUvilW SatV. ROOM 1 James Peace, M. urday night with Mr. D, M. MontSanders. William Todd, Thulma Ouks. gomery who remains quite ill. ROOM '2 Paul Henry, J. T. Pollard, George Palmeter, ilranch Conn, SYCAMORE. Nancy Clark, Kmma Hugnn, Ollio D. Rich, Francis Tucker, Mrs. Robert Sherrow is quite 111 Mursee, Kdna Fanny Lee Walker. cold. with u ROOM 3KdtiM Hatcher. Everybody in this community have ROOM 4 Robert Ilatson David-io. severe colds. Cora Hudson Schooler. Mr. llradley Long left tost week i ROOM 6 Garnett Fotherglll, Rufor Indianapolis. dolph Dickcrson, Mattie Mao Hubble, Miss Sallie Lou Clark Is spending Klizabeth Rich, Perua Young, Lucy a few days with Miss Mary James Kstes. Angle Arnold. Clark. ROOM 0 Hazel Broaddus, Mar Mr. James Clark Jr. and family. garet Stott. n, Honor I H ENGRAVING Tou buy this work beeauso you want something nice not In order to Monomlic. Oooil printing la tirtter thaa cheap engmnir. ns cheap nncry is enerall Ulsap. iiulutlnf. Our work Is tho s'undard. 1 flj Hj H fB I I K LOOIHVILLK Call atiCentral Record office and see complete line of samples. I I B