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MUCH DOING To-Morro- TODAY THlRTIETHlYIAR NUMBKR 46. many ex.service MEN Should take Advantage Of This Offer. Y. M. C. A. To Furnish Aid. W. F1 CHAMP Made Chairman of Road Organization. Beautiful Life Of Mrs. Among Masonic Circles w. TROOPS FIRE ON MOB bugles blow, And pour their musie through Attorneys John Sam Owsley, of the courts of God. ville, this city, and C. C. Hngby, of Dan The funeral services jvill be held Y M. C. A. Night School of Cin ville, have filed suit 1 00.000 for thu home on Danville avenue Fri cinnati, dnmilges against the Queen & Cres at day morning at 10 o'clock, the Rev. State Normal Schools, cent, or Southern Kailwny, for the liowlinc Green lluslness Univer killing of George Harnett, mention F. M. Tinder, assisted by Rev. B. It. officiating. Hurinl will sity, of which was made at the time. It llourland. follow- - in the family lot in the I.an llethel College., I Is reported that Attorney Lewis Uneida Institute. who represents caster cemetery. Walker, of Union College, Ville. Carlton Klkin, badly injured when Williamsburg College. young Harnett was killed, will also The following candidates Will take Lincoln Institute, file suit for a large amount of dam the Master's Degree: M. H. Stccn Sun llennctte Memorial School, ages. Interior Journal, bcrgcr, Chns. M. Thompson, Hen Pikcvlllo Institute, Wood, Shirley Hudson, Charlie Snn All members of the Kentucky Col Mrs. Kmmn Washburn Price, wife dcrs. J. B. Scale, V. G. Kinnnird, O lege Association. of Mr. T. Johnson Price of this city, It. Carpenter, H. L. Hlgnitc, Glnss There is a Y. M. C. A. Correspondied suddenly last Monday morning Carrier, T. J. Price, Robert Kinnnird, dence School with headquarters at The Crab Orchard Hanking Co., at Deland, Florida, where she and Mr. nnd Joe Kavnnaugh, New York, which is designed to servo has offered a reward of $100 for the Price had gone to spend the winter, in the whole United States. It of arrest and conviction of the parties as has been their custom for the pnst fers splendid courses in agriculture, who robbed that Institution Saturday five or more years. The news of farm mechanics nnd business sub- morning last. The Lincoln County her sudden death came as a shock to jects. Fuller information on this National Hank of this city, adds $50 her numerous friends and relatives will be given in each county and is to the amount and the Kentucky here and elsewhere. in the hands of the County Com Hankers' Association $100, for each The remains were brought to Lanmittee. and every person convicted of the caster Inst night and burial will take C, A. It is the desire of the Y. M. robbery, making a total of $250. It place in the cemetery here this afterto make money go as far as possible, Is believed that a pretty fair trnce noon at two o'clock. The Garrard Tobacco Warehouse and to serve as many soldiers it has been gotten of the yeggmen nnd About twelve years ago she was Company, wns host of one of the most can. The amounts for each county may be the next issue of the I. J. married to Mr, Price and those few delightful banquets Inst Friday eve are not so lure, bu, by supplement- will tell of an urrest or so. We hope short years have been both happy nnd ning, given in honor of the various ing what n man has here and there so, any way. -- Interior Journal. congwiinl. She wns one of the lead- tobacco buyers and employees of the and Klvinjj larger amounts to the ing figures in our social and club life company. About fifty Invitations more needy n number of men in and n must active member of the were issued, and with the exception each county can be given education Out on the Wolf Trail road live Christian church. She wns a lovely of two or three that were detained at advantages. It is the duty of the Elmer T. Hay, thu fifteen year old character and her friends were num on account of illness, all responded public, the pastors, officers of thu bered by her acquaintances. nnd were on hand promptly. law and other public spirited citizens boy of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Kny, that Hesidc her husband, she is survived The large table in the spacious to teo that In this Unto of recon- lms made a record raising tobacco by four sisters nnd one brother, to dining room of the hotel was arrangsets an example that others struction that as many as possible of that nil of whom is extended sincere sym ed in the shape of n "U" nnd conits soldiers' sons tnkes advantage of might do well to emulate. He per pathy. veniently accommodated all present. suaded his father to let him have one any and all such educational opporAll Smith-Hughe- A large nnd enthusiastic crowd atFinancial tended the meeting of those interested In carrying the bond Is'.ue, the election calling for a vote of the peoThe first meeting of the Kducn-(ion- ple on the issue, to be voted upon Service Committccn. which In- Tuesday, March .10th. A number of cludes this county, was held nt the splendid talks were made, by M costs Phoenix Hotel Tuesday, February II. F. Hudson, It. II. Tomlinson nnd 3rd. nt noon. There were rcprcsen. J K. Robinson. After the speeches a vote of those tntivca there from nbout 20 counties. Theso counties are included In what present was taken anil it was seen are known as "The Student Pari and thnt nil were unanimously in favor of Lexington Districts of the V. M. C. the bond issue. Mr. W. F. Champ was chosen as A. work." There was one representative from each county present. chairman of the organization and no The whole matter of the V. M. C. A. better selection could have been men was gone made. Fund for into, anil the county representatives were given full Information that they MADE might Rive the best service In their county to men who wanted to take B'-u n McCreary advantage of going t some school To or taking correspondence courses Courthouse. .. through the fund made available by the V. M. C. A. In each county Lexington, Ky. An attempt has there are three men who have In charge thu interest of the been made to burn the McCrcary County Court House, nt Whitley men. At different times during the next City, by unknown parties. The fire was discovered by n room few months similar meetings to the one jutt held will be culled, at which er at the H inkle Hotel on retiring time, actual awards will be made. wlien the glare of the light rellectcd pane. was Alarm on the window The money is available now and men should take instant ad turned In and in a short while the vantage of it. blaxa was under control. The fire was started near the door It should !c the duty of the whole community and county to see per- of the Circuit Clerk's office, where men, and if they kerosene bad been used. A quart ran sonally wnnt to go to school or take corre- which had contained kerosenu was spondence courses, they should ko to found near the place. Only slight their County Committeemen and tret damnge was done, and no records were destroyed. the information. Following are which have been placed upon the accredited list, ami others will be $60,000 added to It at once: al ATTEMPT r IJsnquM In The Evsnlnf. The friends and nil those who pcisonnlly knew Mrs. Louise Kauff. Thirteen candidates will take the man Shsckclford, feel detply their loss in her death, which occurred Mnster's Degree In the Lancaster Tuesday morning, February 10th, Lodge No. 104, F. and A. M. tomor1H20, nt Wichita Falls, Texav nnd row, the work beginning promptly nt they extend to her family their pro- 1:30 o'clock. Friday the thirteenth found sympathy, Mrs. Shackelford and with thirteen candidates, hold no was Miss Louise Kauffmnn before horrors for the participants, but posher mnrrlagc and the oldest daughter sibly were it not for the delightful She Is banquet that is billed to take place of Mrs. Kmmn Kauffmnn. survived by her husband, and two at the School Auditorium thnt evenchildren, Clay Kauffman, 0 years old ing, nnny might be superstitious. and Mary, 4 years old; her mother, This part of the entertainment will Mrs. Kmma Kntiffmnn, one sister, be served by the "Circle Girls" of Miss Frnnkic KuufTman and one the Christian church, tuid their reputation along this line needs no introbrother, Mr. Clay Kauffmnn. She Joined the Christian church duction here and all predict that It when quite young and she has been a will be in keeping with the rest of devout member. She graduated at the program. the Richmond University nnd held uj position in one of the Public Schools in St. Louis, Missouri, for it number' of years. Mrs. Shackelford had been married eight years and the last two years they have made their home In Wichita Falls, Texas, where the saBaBflBVSaVaBaBaVsaBaBaBaLBIf Selden and Hreck Construction Company of which Mr. Shackelford is n member built them a new bungalow. It would be impossible to overes- Killing Five and WounBringing Out ,The Latding Seventeen. est Ideas In Retail SEEK WILLIAM LOCKETT WHO IS CONVICTED OF THE MUR. Merchandising to DER OF GENEVA HARD be Shown Here MAN. Free Of Cost. Leslnsjton Undtr Marshal Law. A toll of five dead Jind seventeen Injured resulted from the clnsh between n large mob nnd the state who were sent to Lexington to guard William Lockctt, murderer of Geneva Hardman, a ten year old girl in Jessamine county. As the mob rushed the main entrance to the court house, the Jury was returning a verdict of first degree murder, sentencing Lockctt to die in the electric chair March Uth. A crowd estimated nt more than ma-liti- a, EFFICIENCY LECTURE AND MOV-INPICTURES G Arrangements 'have been completed by the Central Record to bring to this city, on Thursday, Feb. 19th., at 7:30 o'clock, In the Court House, the noted lecture and motion pictures, entitled, "The Troubles of n Merchant and How to Stop Them." The lecture and pictures will bring to the merchant, clerk, nnd professional man, one of the most fascinating stores on retail merchandising nnd store efficiency ever presented. Mr. W. II. Farley will be the lecturer, nnd, by moving pictures and views, will show nnd explain some of the Intest and best methods on storekecping nrrnngc-meof goods, window display, how to write newspaper nds and how to get best results therefrom and mnny other interesting things relating to retail business. The feature of the evening will be n three-ree- l Essnnny film showing "The Troubles of a Merchant" the mistakes that usually occur in the average store, the indifference among clerks on account of lack of proper supervision, bad system, poorly arranged stock which resulted in losses and leaks in the business, nnd finally caused the merchant to become disheartened and about to give up the struggle. The merchant's career changed, however, after he adopted a system that gave him a proper check on his goods and money, rearranged his store and goods so that they attracted customers, and taught his clerks how to become more efficient through being courteous and attentive to the trade. The lecture nnd pictures bring out many other ideas of Interest to the merchant, anu arc instructive as w- - as entertaining.. These pictures have been shown before soma of the largest state and national conventions, under the auspices of Chambers of Commerce, Boards of Trade, Merchants' Associations, nnd other business organizations, and have received the highest commmendation and endorsement. The lecture and pictures haye been secured through the courtesy of The National Cash Register Company, of Dayton, Ohio. There will be no charge for admission, and every merchant nnd clerk in the city will, no doubt, take advantage of the opportunity offered and attend. stcr-eopticnt Damage s High Schools Suit Filed. timate the extent of the attachment felt (or her thoughout the whole county; and her death seemed a household affliction to all who enjoyed her friendship. Musing sorrow fully over the death, fond memory recalled the lines thnt have brought I comfort to others when oppressed with the solemn mystery of death, She is not dead: well we know The form thnt now lies mute be neath the sod Shall rise, when time the golden SasaHlam. 'jrTSHI V. M. C. A. Night School of Louis- - -- REV. II. S. HUDSON, Master. The "work" will be "put on" under the direction of Grand Mnstcr Henry L, McKlroy, of Lebanon, by degree teams of Lebanon, Danville and Iincaster, Some of the "big guns" of this splendid order who will behcre to at tend the meeting and assist in the work nre: Pnst Grand Master Sam K. Veach, of Carlisle; Pnst Grand Mas ter. James N. Saunders, of Stanford and Past Mnstcr John Yeager of Dan v four thousnnd persons; stood outside the court house during the trial and when the result wns made known, tiiere were wild muttcrings. On the steps of the court house was n machine gun, which had been sent from Camp Zachnry Taylor, manned by four soldiers. As the crowd surged fonvnrd Adjutant General Dcwecsc appeared and ordered the crowd to fall back. His command was ignored nnd the crowd pushed forwnrd crying "Lynch were him." While the authorities holding off the mob, the negro wns being heavily gunrded In the temporary cell on the second floor of the court house, The mob being temporarily repulsed, began raiding pawn shops and hardware stores seeking fire arms and ammunition, determining at all hazards to secure Lockctt. On the heels of these reports came an to the federal authorities for troops from Governor Morrow. Arrangements were Immediately made for two battalions of 1C0 men each fully equipped t o proceed by special train. These federal troops were commanded by General F. C. Marap-pe- al SUDDEN CALL shall. For Mrs. Johnson Price. Reward For Bank Robbers. DELIGHTFUL A BANQUET t Kengarlan Hotel Last Friday Evening. Boy Tobacco Raiser. solicits the cooperation of every person in thu county and especially that of the members of the American Legion in securing the right men for these scholarships. Thu money is now ready for use. See or write to uny member of thu local committed for further information, MACK Local Committee for this tending the entire crop himself, losCounty is compsocd of Muck J. Mor- ing mil) eight days from school and gan, Dr. Virgil Klnnalrd and JI. V. for which he received the sum of liastin, who will bo glad to furnili $fi.'S.00. It was sold on the Lancasapplication blanks and give informa- ter market and brought an nverago of (." cents a pound. He says he tion. The Y. M, C, A. Secretary for will raise nn acre this year, this District is Curl P. Zcrfoss, who will cooperate with the County Committee and desires to help every solThere is a great demand for dier possible in the County. His ad- - Dodge llros. Motor cars, as the fol dress is Y. M. C. A Lexington, Ky. lowing list of names will prove. Thu above named local committee Kinnnird llros delivered the past The tunities. J .MORGAN, Member of Local Committee. Buys Indiana Farm. Mr. I). V. Faulkner lias Just returned from Uloomington, Indiana, where he purchased a 100 acre farm near this city. Webb showed us a picture of the farm and if its half as good as the picture looks, he has bought a bargain. Ho with his family leave this week vty much to the regret of thtlr friends In The handsome decorations Includand hugh red roses which were arranged artistically along the table, with place cards ar ranged nt each guests plate. Mr. G. C. Walker tells us that he Judge I L. Walker, presided as will sell nt Public Auction on Satur- Toastmnster, nnd did so most grace day afternoon, February 21st, at 2 fully. Several responded to short 1. M. thu Stone property on Maple "toasts" among them being, Mr. J. Avenue in thu city of Lunciister, for K. Hoblnson, Mr. W. It. McCray, Mr. In Itend his ad J. K. Turner, Mr. John M. Farm nnd mmediatu possession, vertisement in this issue of the Rec- Mr. James Shclburn. The latter ord. named gentleman proved an artist in his rendition of Negro dialect and SLAVIN furnished convulsive laughter during month, cars to Goodloa nnd Walker the fcw " hu Sold Well llros, Floyd Humphrey, Dr. Virgil C. Kinmilrd; Perry 'Higgle, Wesley GOOD CROWD Mrs. T, It. Slavin, as ndmlnistra- Thompson, Jim' Criscillis, trix of T, It. Slavin, deceased, sold! Milling Co, Silas Moss and Kmmet the splendid farm last Saturday, conSwiss Bell Long. taining 125 acres, lying seven miles Kinnalrd llros tell us It is harder from Loncnstcr on the Richmond School Building. to get the curs than it is to sell them pike, to Center HroUicrs und G. C. and anyone wanting a car should Cox, for $301.00 an acre. This is The auditorium of the Graded and place their order with them now. As one of the choicest farms in the High School building .was prncticnlly to the car, ask thu man who drives county and lies in one of the best filled last Friday evening to hear the the Dodge. neighborhoods. Swiss Hell Ringers, who through the All the personal property, amount efforts of Prof, I. II. Hopkins, were LOST: Monday, February 2nd, thousand dollars, brought to Lancaster under the uus- on Kirksville and Hlattsville pike, be- ing to several tween those places, a gold hunting brought splendid prices. Milk cows pices of the Athletic and Library de-- J case Waltham watch. Namo and bringing from $140 to $150 n head; partment of thu school. Kveryonc fmternlty seal on dial. Liberal re- shonts 18 cenU a pound; horses from present were delighted with the enOwen S. Hendren, $100 to $100 and mules from $200 tertainment and are grateful to Mr. ward. to $275 n head. Capt. Am Ilourne Hopkins for securing these high claw was on the block and did his part of artists. Urlng your Country Produce to us thu work splendidly, receiving many The part that the school received and receive the highest market price. compliments son his work after thi from the door receipts amounted to Garrard and LIncoJn Produce Co I rule. bout $55.00. half ncte of ground for tobacco, at- RESIDENCE At Public Auction. ed carnations Great Demand. PROPERTY last Saturday m!lI!I Hear At Ringers Lockctt was brought to Lexington early Monday morning from Frankfort. The streets were crowded with onlookers and hundreds of farmers from adjoining counties had gathered, to witness the trial. Long before the hour for trial the court house was filled and no one was admitted until searched for wenpons. The cry of "Let's get him" from a brawny farmer In the crowd which wns unable to get in the court house started the unsuccessful lynching party. Several times the cry wns heard among the members of the mob and with it the crowd started forward. Soldiers and police quickly stepped Into closer formation nnd tntined their guns on the mob. A final warning shouted by Gen. DcWccsc was unheeded by thu mob and he fired his revolver Into the air. This was the signal for general firing. The soldiers and police laid a hot barrago into thu mob and when tkc mob retrentcd It was found that 19 had fallen, four of whom were dead, and a fifth dying later from the effect of his wounds. ii was uciivcu mat blank car tridges also were used, for, with the rapid firing of machine guns and the hail of bullets from thu police and soldiers with rifles It seems only plausible thnt many more would have been killed or wounded. Lockatt's Tcrrlbl Crime. Little Geneva Hurdmnn, old daughter of Mrs. Kmmn Hard man, a widow, South Klkhorn section, Fayette County, was trudging nlong tho rond to school last Wednesday morning, when the negro, Will Loc kctt, met her In tho road, dragged her to a corn field, almost in sound of her mother's home, and there murdered her by crushing her skull with a rock, after her struggles had pre- vented his attempt to assault her. A neighbor, driving along the road, found her empty thool satchel and hood lying nt thu roadside. Think ing the child might have dropped them, he curried them to tho school-housThe teacher sent several children to tho Hardman home to mako inquiries. Then the search began and trucks of a man and a child leading Into the corn field were fole. HERE'S A RECORD That Takes The Rag Off The Bush. Mr. Webb Kclley of this county, and universally known by his famous "Kclley Tobacco Seed" has made a record this year with five acres of tobacco, that competitors may take a shot at for several years to come. From live acres of measured ground. Mr. Kelley "sold $5,078.17 worth of tobacco over tho breaks of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse at an average close to the dollar mark. Hut this is not all, for from this same piece of ground and same tobacco he gathered his celebrated seed, amounting to 4,000 ounces, which he has sold and delivered and for which he received $8,000, making a total of $13,078.17 from five acres of land. 27 Citizens of Corbin Indicted In Race Riot perCorbin, Ky, Twenty-seve- n sons, many prominent citizens, have mob which ran all negroes from tho city October 30, following n race riot after holdup of n white man at a been indicted ni members of the carnival. None of the 300 negroes driven from Corbin have returned, although some nre property owners. Only one negro, an aged servant of u prominent family, remains. lowed. Body Found Among Shocks. Among fodder shocks they found the girl's body, the head crushed. Tho news spread and soon a possu soldier, who worked on a farm in the neighborhood, and who had been seen walking' down the road by another negro, who a few momenta later also had passed the little girl walking to of citizens, Deputy Sheriffs and po- sdiool. lice, with Captain Mulliken Lockett was taken to Kddyville and bloodhounds, were scouring the coun- prison whero hu will be electrocuted try for the murderer. Suspicion on March 11th. Lexington is still was directed at Lockctt, u former under marshal law. Fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 12, 1920 relatives In Madison. The many frieml of Mr. Ilnscom (Delayed) Pclphrry will regret to henr that he Miss Stella Nnylor I ill with ii 111 with appendicitis. Messrs Tom Ward ami Gene Scott Mr. W'm. Griggs pcnt Wednesday motored to Itlchmoml Saturday and in Mndjion. were visitors for the day. Mr, Wlllinm Wnlkcr has purchased Mr. J. L Ynntis was the euest on J Welneslny n handsome now auto. night of .Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Jnke Foley was n vititor en Martin Green of Paint I.ick. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Charlie Tuttlo were Sun.lny of Mm. Tom Turner. Mr. Henry Tuttlc spent Inst week Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Turner of in Hnrboursvllle with relative. Messrs Henry and William Smith Messrs J. I Foley nntl Tom Tur portion of ner were Sunday visitors at Carters- - to K,,BX County spent wek hare with relatives. villr. t Miss Itnsc Turner of Miss Mary Kthyl Foley of Hnckley was the week end guest o.Mls Allle spent a portion of last week the. guest Doolln. tf her uncle Mr. and Mrs. Jake Foley. Misses Maud, Fannie nnd Hazel Ml.n Anna Mae, nnd I.ldn Ilrond-du- s Smith were recent guests of Mrs. of the Klchmond road, were visJnmes Ynntis. itors Saturday night ofMrs. Marcus ., itn- ' White. m'11',,""', Hoax. Mr. Jnmes Ynntis was in d Tuesday, ll'' from Thursday until Saturday Mis Ollle Merida nnd two broth the guest of his niece, Mr. nnd Mrs. cr William nnd Chester, nre visiting Z. T It ice. GUY. ton-sllltl- s. Mrs. John llroaddus and son, John Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus White, where John C. remains quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. William Walker were visitors Wednesday of Mesdame C, arc visiting I.Rni-n.Hr- BASIS FOR PORK PRODUCTION On Source of Failure I, That Many Follow It as Speculation Rather Than Business. (Prepared by the ttnttf.l Hutu IVrM-mcti- t of Agriculture.) Heccnt lirnvy slumps In the lins market. ni well a' the high prices of com. have caused ling rnlscrs Iq v.v rlnus part of the country to reduce the number of son,. In their herds, nc cording to reports received. Hat hog rnWng on the farm should he made a stable, regular business, department specialist bellow. The man legln. nine so rnle lines should reolve to follow It year In and year out, rvjrnnl- less of the price he may obtain Tor Ms hoes or the eot of the feed which he converts Into pork. I.Ike every other farming activity, xtk production bis) Its up nnd down", but, according to long-timnxcrasos, the fnrmvr vh' a sticks realize a fair ami profit, I lie speciallit declare One sourer of failure I many follow It m a specula tln i than ns n htiin". They pint.- hoc Just n they wmld muni I 'grain future or on tU Ih k m ' of tli oharact. r lip i OivoratkMiM It. i heticNrlal for any Itln-- . of the recent dertittr In th- h" r ir ket It itoe MX nerrsarlly f.di-- w t! the smiwt prlee of lite pie i!mt wi'J bre. tin be wImmI from the w f will not be siMrtry. The dy f"r i this fnll will t I1' nnd untold chattse may corn.- Hvory farmer wlm I onwn.itive, careful, and palnMnklriK I" hi h"i' raising atimitlon I able after n years of experimentation to determine approximately tlie maximum nnd number of sows that he ran maintain on hi farm nt th greater net profit. When he ha accurately number he should Hit aocertHliitHl breed that many sows every year, other rendition Indue equal. In to thW ldtm the farmer Is. In In nal no setie. n speculator, but Ity n business man practicing common-K'i- i Hog buineM mnnaeement. mUlng throughout the localities where pork Is made ns a regular atid depend. e James Wnlkcr and llasrom llrown' of McCreary. Little Willie Francis, the bright daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoy froth-er- . Is sulTering from a very painful bone felon. l.lttle Miss Willie Mac Itcnzlcy spent lasf week with her father, Mr. Wlllinm Heazley and Mr. and Mrs. Miley llenzley. Mr. anil Mrs. William Walker and Mr. nnd Mrs. Uay I'rnther and children motored to Dnnvlllo and .Stanford Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James Ynntis. Masters George nnd Herschel Ynnti were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. II. Henry. Miss l.ury Turner who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. John Tow ell and other relatives near Grays, for the past two months has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker spent a pleasant Sunday with their grandchildren, little Miss Willie Francis nnd Master Colli O'Neal I'rnther, near McCreary. Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Scott, en tcrtnincd Sunday nt an elegant din ner Their guests were Mr. and Mrs Win. Ijine nnd little son, Misses Finn nle Mao nnd Savannah Ijine and Mr Tom. Ward. All present spent nn cni'n,,e ''"V Mr. and Mrs. John Ynter and two interesting little daughters, F.hzn beth Francis and Uuby Nelle, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Ynter, for tho past ten days, re turned to their home neur Coy, on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and fam lly moved to bincaster Friday Mr nnd Mrs, Wm. Griggs moving to the house vacated by the Smiths, Mrs John Ilroaddus and family moved to Mrs. William Uny'a on the Klchmond pike, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert lj)toti Reasons ! Why you should use Cardul, the woman's tonic, lor your troubles, have been shown la thousands of letters from actual users ol liiis medicine, wlio speak from If personal experience. the results obtained by oiucr w omen i r so many ears have been so uni- ormly nood, why not civcCarduiatrial? Take ..... CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J, Irvln, ol lUch-men- Cullen, t'n '. n' 1 t f lir. f.-- mln-flnw- STDrine? Belonging to JAMES I. HAMILTON and all the Farming Implements, Live Stock, Etc., of J. A. ROBINSON BEGINNING AT 9 Combin.a.tioii Pntilin Andinn Sail! m HWIiV wmv mhviivm 263 Acres Famous Hill" Farm of JEBg A. M. RD " 1 suffered untold misery with lemale trouble, pains, headache, numbness would fp for three weeks almost bent double . . . My husband wenl lo Dr. for Cardul . , . Alter taking about two bcttles I bc,;an goinR arcund and when I took a, wrllesi "About II )rars ago, I ... 1 mj - all my work " li-i- Q .' n. t. r Hraddu hous i iff ',.ir. irne up thr two Sinitha and Mrotlddttl' I tint-- , wr Mrs. lirtsgpi and Ur. n ton hearty wtlrosn i Minir rtnd t sad ini Mr. Mrs. f...ll Tlin HUN THAT LAYS HUN THAT PAYS. oar IS Till". Sh (smwmH lay at this i saw aw af Mtilaas she la ffiva a lawk the to tone up tha dorenmt aar . yf 1 lf iH f'sHP JpMsisssssssssssssssssssssI A Part of Uncle Sam's Hogs. Dig Herd of LASTING ALL UAY. Insurance. THE FAMOUS "SPRING HILL" STOCK FARM OF 263 ACRES BELONGING TO JAMES I HAMILTON IS LOCAT r the thren Mutts f maED IN BOYLE COUNTY ONLY 32 MILES FROM THAT GOOD TOWN OF DANVILLE, (ONE OF THE LEADING ED rt'" is prdWy tb nll.e Ttw nt i Mi iMsaranr ! eaMraet l t PIKE. UCATIONAL CENTERS OF THE SOUTH,) ON THE DANVILLE-STANFOiiiift aoal Im4 f protwiiy In f navlantloM. A ship her Magnificent two story brick residence of 12 rooms; two bath rooms, completely equipped THE IMPROVEMENTS '.oihI the satp'a iwralnx are In with water system, light plant, basement under entire house; heated with furnace; a resilience you could not duplicate today ' saaJnt fir mi ths man ril for 110,000.00. An $8,000.00, stock barn, with water and lights therein; also one smaller stock barn; two tenant houses; stock ' ryaw. Maria taMiranev wns t tiy Im Veittmaas la Ihe ntscales; blacksmith shop; dairy barn; hard roadway from pike to rosidence, beautiful approach. This is one of the best farms f. .in eaMury. In Kaalsad It was In Fine tobacco, hemp, corn and wheat land. All of thix farm in Boyle county. An ideal home and no better dirt anywhere. ' r uftamltan la Usw sbttwMth een in grass except about 50 acres. Never failing water all over the place nnd splendid fencing. About .'10 acres of wheat already as ai sown. Tobacco bed also sown and ready tor you. rossosston day ot sale u you desire u. it is ready lor you and your A family. You will be proud to call this magnificent estate HOME. Look it ovor before day of sale. It will be sold just after I oka waaLucky Threw. Mla )h4 la tlasa la s lunch. Terms exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. Col. Holivnr Horn! on the block. " mn latlin mm nt lay wlaslaw. I t .hi H mm Ink HnttK tho only tbtas On this farm and on the above date beginning at D A. M. and lasting all day J. A. ROBINSON who has recently dis stMl threat- H at hlsa. It was n posed of over 1100 actos of land and has to give possession right away will sell for the "High Dollar" all of his personalty n. ihrmr. far. sllhmtsh It rfhta't consisting of fnrming implements, machinery, live stock, etc. '1 his will be the biggest personalty sale ever hold in this part o: ' him. It strarlt Ih.' tTttwiow am) Mm HlMTslly wllh rsnl IhW, the state. His holdings will cover 8 or 10 acres of land. The sale will begin promptly at 1) A. M. MARCH :ird and last al h hlfiitlAwl him B. Dinwiddle will be on the block. The following is only a partial list of the many things day and Cols. I. M. Dunn and John he will sell. Wednesday, March 3rd, a a a m It. A. THOMAS' W)l!I.TKY KK.MK-Dis a HMarsHitead uk Mrasiacar, far it run I mm Uh ingtaaltoata nsrassiiry to tKK MrwaWatMM. Gat it today. It? W. A. rui mapiAC Umm bk Kfatlta. DICKKItaON'. ljMrler Ky. (AfvrtsmMt. liraa. tHl In-- i in-ss- - a a a m '"-I- s - . Utnr.-"blra- Bi able cash crop has proved one of the most reliable fnnn activities In which the farmer inenees, and despite market fluctuation and the spasmodic Irregularities In prices the prospects arc that pork production will be a profitable In tho futuro a It has been In the past. PREVENT CROWDING Properly OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Deering binders. 2 Johnson corn binders. 15 Blizzard silo filler nnd 75 feet pipe, l' Whirlwind silo filler. 1 eight row corn hunker. 1 hemp machine. 1 Skinner hemp brake motor, 4 L COMMISSIONER'S 1 1 1 1 8 1 2 1 .'1 PIGS Constructed Feed Trough Assures Each Individual Porker of Hla Share. powor. 2 1 I 1 Youns pics should b clven their feed In such n manner that each Individual pic cets Its slmre. The sim plest woy to neeompllnh this Is to nl-low the plK to eat from a properly conttrurted feed trough, one that will keep the plus out of th fed and will IcMeli the poHtlljIlltles of cnnvdllif. blue grass stripper. 1 manure sprondor. :i wheat drills. 1 one horse jwodor. 1 New clover and liotitp sudo 2 corn planters. 2 one horse corn planters. 1 2 21 S 5 1 sorghtim planter. potato planter. cultivators. two horse wcodor. mowing machines. bull rake. sulkcy rakes. Deering hay teddera. Ohio hay loatler. rilling plows. Oliver walking plows. hill side plows. l plows. double shovel plows. e cultivators. section harrows. sub-soione-hors- spring tooth harrow. I.ok'hii SALE OF LAND (iAKiunn ciitci iT ("Ot'ltT. Seott's Hxecutnx, Slienri-r- , cutting harrows. hay baler. rollers. cultipacker. 5 gootl two horse wagons. 1 two horse spring wagon. 0 hay frames. I extra wagon beds. 1 new 27x-IRoss Separator. One 10 Advance steam engine 2 water wagons anil cook wag ons for same. 1 set blacksmith tools complete in every particular. Anil worlds of other things too numerous to mention. G 1 1 pur. VS. Isaac ?;:::::::::::::::::::::;, I LIVE STOCK NOTES Hvery colt raised will bu one rnoru work niduial to help till farms. ISetter ii nose Hue for the young bull thau uu accident after It U too lute. i;::::y Pasture n LIVE STOCK. Four Jncks and one Jcnnett. head brood nmres, 3 of these registered in A. S. H. B. Ass'n. April. two year old horse colts from above mentioned marcs. A lot of extra nice young hogs. 40 head of 900 pound feeding cattle. One No. 12 DeLavnl Cream Separator, good as new. IS head of 600 pound yearlinR cnttlc. One 1917, Six Studebaker Automobile. 10 extra yearling white faced heifers. One enclosed carriage and three sets buggy harness. 125 stock ewes sold in bunches of 25. '100 barrels corn and lots of feed stuff. One buggy, one brake cart all kinds of harness and gear used on farm and a world of other things. Tho above is not one-haIt will of what will be offered for sale. Lunch Served. Don't fail to attend this sale. last all day. There will bo three auctioneers and terms liberal, announced sale day. Remember the day and hour, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd, at 9 A.M. Bo on hands promptly. For full particulars see, write or phone, 5 3 lf 8 head extra Rood work mules. 16 head extra good two yenr mules will be sold in pnirs. 20 head of Herford cows beginning to calf now and most of them registered or subject to register. 12 head of good young dairy cows to be fresh in March and live stock. necessity. Is by no menin n luxury for It Is now recouulrcl n a Pursuant to n iudirnirnt fendcrtMl at the Nuvrmher Term, IV 19, the rominlMHtner ill sell nt iuIiMc uuctHtn nt the Cuurt lluusr lour in Ijineaster. Kentucky, nt It o'clock, A. M., or thereabout, on MONDAY, l'KIIUUAUY 23rd, IU20, the real mtute ini'iitionml In the lilendiliK nml dwnliwl ns follows; In (larrnrd County. Kentucky, on the tvuturs of Kentucky KlVer, nnd houud- ed ns follows: HcKinniriK nt the Nortlmtwt corner ef Ilrini furm. now jjinc: owned by widow of I'eter thence North with Keutuckv Hlver clilf to heech tree; thencu with Ilol- urn n I row line to V etcher Ison Inei thence South with ohl Case line; thence Knst Mith David Hcott Hue nnd Itichard Cecil line, to the begin-- n I mi:, containing llh acres be the same more or leas. Deed from I.ok n n Scott to Isaac h'lienrer in (arrant County Clerk's Olflce in Deed Hook No. .17, puce 4itl. The nurnoje of this uilu is in tho debt duo to I.otcnn Hcott's estiite by Isnnc Shenrer amounting to nrincltial und interest, to. Ki'thcr with the estimated cost of this amounting to I12&.U0. uction Deft. iv THHMS. Silage Is a good feed for most all rlassen of stock, but Is more impulnr us a feed for cattle and sheep. No other farm, nnlmnls put on flesh ns economically as pigs with n given amount of feed. Kvi ry farmer should have a few pigs Tench th ralf to eat grain early. Calve are Imltulors. If an older calf, know In how lo eat grain, Is In the iwltli tho smaller one tlnao will soon jUaxn to eat grain. JAMES I. HAMILTON, LANCASTER, KY. J. A. ROBINSON, DANVILLE, KY. The sate will bu inmlu on n rrnlit of six nnd twelve months nnd the purchaser will bu required to execute bonds with approved security for thu tiurrlmso price, due in six und twelve months restiectivvly, and brnrlni; In terest at six per cent tier annum from date, until tuld, iiuviiik the force nnd effect uf u (uik'nii-n- t umm which execution may Issue, payable to W. II. llrown. Master Cominlmslim. er of tho (iurranl Circuit Court, nnd i lien will bu reserved upon the prop erty sold until thu purchase money is IH'I. V J. II. UltOWN. M. c. o. E. Kobinson, Att'y for I'lif, W c. c. Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.t Thursday Feb 2, 1 Dodge Brothers BUSINESS Are You A Target For Influenza. ll Hill Listless, . Run-dow- n Peopl r ) 1 920 WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE GENUINE j Flnt Th.ir Mood li Thin t I 1 Gtrmi Everywhere In Epldtmle. 6fR It Prepared Up Your Strengthen and Dulld Illood With P.plo- Mingnn. 1 j Vulcan and Oliver Plows WE ALSO HAVE THE OLIVER RIDING PLOWS. DON'T FORGET THAT WE HAVE THE The car Is so light, so certain in its performance and so free from necessity of repair, that the saving in delivery is actual and real. KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. If It it true that you nre not feeling your best if you hnvc that tired" feeling anil no Interest or enthusiasm then you should ho enrefut of influenxn. anemic people It is thnt disease strikes first. The fact thnt you hnvc had n very few serious illnerses hns nothing to do with it. n occasionally. Kvrryonc gets nnlwhcn they do, the blood is In no condition to fight off disease germs, because it has not enough red corpuscles It is the red corpuscles of the blond that light di'cnrc nnd save you from sckncss. You simply can't afford to take chances when Influenm Is striking down thousand everywhere. Fortify your blood build it up with the pleasant tonic, "ol-wnrun-dow-Pepto-Mnngn- I I ! FAMOUS I "V" I Weber Wagons A CAR LOAD NOW IN STOCK. SO AMERICAN WIRE FENCE. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. AL- I I fe Ami should you be just recovern ing from influenza, you need because your blood has exPcpto-Mnnga- hausted its strength. Pepto-Mnn- ) gan will help build you up. widely und is f.V henrtily endorsed by physicians. It M is etfectivc ami easy to take. Comes : No in either liquid or tablet form. diircrence in medicinal properties. Sold nt any drug store. Hut be sure you get the genuine "GudeV.Ask for it by the name and be sure the full name is on (Advertisement.) the package. I'epUi-Mnngan Pcpto-Mnn-ga- n I ft Becker & Ballard I PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. MARKSBUKY Mim Martha Curtis hns hnd n lapse. Mrs. John Mnrsce is very ill re- Mrs, J. I). Hnnlin, Mr. nnd Mr Jim Cloue ami Mn, James Henry, Mm. Sallle Overstrect of Jessamine Mlu.8 Moodie an.l Corn Hnnlin were Friday visitors of Mm. Itobcrt was here Thursday on business. wcro Tuesday cveninK guests of Miss Whittnkcr. Pearl Matthews, Mr. Amos Stephenson was n Mrs. Illll Whittaker. Mis Arlelgh urdny night guest of Mr. Lcnnlc Mr jhnie Spark was ojicrnted Matthew nnd Miiuct Christine nnd Hnnlin. on Tuesday night for appendicitis, Hntcl Preston spent Thursday with Mum Irene Sparks in getting nlong nnd is getting nlong nicely. Mrs. I. II, Duncnn. COY fine nftiT luch a revere attack of of rheumatism. heart trouble. Mrs. Doolin was in Danville shop- ping last week. Kev. nnd Mrs. Sknggs have been recent choppers in Danville. Mr. V. T. Doolin hns been to Science Hill on business. Mr. J. 11. Turner sold a cow and calf to J. V. Sutton price $140. Miss Corn llrynnt of Lancaster, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Luther Hur-dettc. St ' Public Sale riigariiiairwrnggHrfmiWi Mr.' Iver Poynter nnd family hnvc been visiting Mr. William Wanks nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mack Turner of the lluckeye ike have moved to the Kel ly Hogg place. Mis Nelson of Lebanon has returned hojne after n visit to the Misses Itoyston. Mrs. Dee Turner nd Mrs. N. H.I Hogte of Lexington t pent Sunday with Mrs. Moberley, Mrs. J, II. Turner nnd daughter,' Delia Mne, spent Friday with Mrs. W. t II. Durham nt Luncnstcr. Mr, George HutTmnn and dnughter nre both ill of influenxn nt his home, ' three miles north of this place, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Simpson of! spent the week end with her mother Mrs. Wm. Illanks. Mrs. Kdmond Sutton has been "housed in" all winter on uccount of n severe attack of rheumatism. Miss Lou Hutfiuan of Lexington Is spending several weeks with her cousin, Miss Josephine Huffman. ' I. SI I .1 .in. uusnun ouuun nnui uaugnicr, Mny lielle and Miss Susan K. Sutton; have recently visited Miss Sutton's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton of Kry-- I untsville, Mr. Cordon Doty of l.ex-- ( ington, spent the week end with their mother, Mrs. Mary Doty.. Mr. Cordon Doty, Supt. of the S. S. appointed n committee namely, Messrs W. T. Doolin, Homer Klce.l nnd Mote Pollard to receive funds for the purpose of erecting a stone over the grave of Mr. W. D. Murks-- 1 bury, who served faithfully as it for ninny year nt this place. The gifts will be largely by individual members of the S. S. and friends outside. Mr. Doolin who is chairman instructed us to tny, "all of the friends who desire to contribute to the fund thnt any of tho above committee are now ready to receive the donations. . super-mtendm. was closeil last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. L. Hummnck und Mr. Woods Wnlker is visiting ' children ond Mr. nnd Mrs. Taulbee friends nt Birmingham Aln. Cornett and ton, Tom, nnd Mr. and Mr. J'm Ituckcr was with the home .Mrs. Tntum spent Sunday with Mr. folks from Saturday until Monday. and Mrs. John Anderson nt Point f Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Led ford nnd Lcuvell. children spent Sunday with Mr. and j This community was surprised last I week when Mrs. L 11. Shepherd. the message arrived stat-- I Mr. Price Willinms of Richmond ing Miss Ora Kstridge nnd Mr. Jim came down Sunday to visit his llano Knlston were married in Lexington last Thursdny. Miss Ora left daughter, Mrs. Kdd Williams. fnmily Mr. and Mrs. Dennett Itoop nre re- home Thursday telling the Itich-moceiving congratulations over the ar- nnd friends she wns going to to enter K. K. Normal. rival of n tine boy nt their home on of going to school Jim Hnrvc the 4th. met her in Richmond nnd they went A good crowd attended the Slavin to Lexington and were married reSale last Saturday. Cox and Center turning home Saturday night. Mr. Ilros, bought the farm paying $301. nnd Mrs. Knlston arc well known hero per acre. where they hnvc spent nil their lives Mnstcr Clarence Conn nnd sister, nnd need no introduction. They left Miss Lois, spent the week end with Tuesday to mnkc their home nt Lognn their nnd Miss Chns-tin- West Vn where Jim Hnrve has a Kucker. splendid position as traveling salesMiss Kmma Kstridge returned man for the Storrs, SchalTcr Co., of home Monday from Monticcllo where Cincinnati. The community wish for she has been teaching school. On ac- them n long, happy nnd prosperous count of flu in that vicinity school life. I grand-mother, e FAINT LICK As executors of the estate of J. H. Rigsby, we will sell at his late home, two miles from Preaehorsville, on Dhc River, near the mouth of Cedar Creek, on Friday, Feb. 20th Beginning i at 10 A. M. all his personal property, consisting of five shares of Brodhead Bank stock; combined mare, (5 years old; good milk cow; yearling heifer; GO good ewes, and five bucks; will also sell a good team of sorrel horses, 5 and (J years old; 100 barrels of corn; 200 bales of hay; lot loose hay; 100 bales of oats straw; e farming tools, consisting of mowing machine, corn e planter; wagon, Disc harrow, and other things too numerous to mention. Good buggy and set of harness ;13 squares of felt roofing; 40 chickens; household and kitchen furniture, including some antique furniture. two-horstwo-hors- Honest Wagon Service Farmers everywhere have realized the wisdom and economy of using standardiz wagons. i Lighter running, relief to low repair teams.frcater service, advan- costs these are soms of the A k tages emphasized. demand for tho And auto-trac- continually Is Increasing the result TERMS Liberal and made known on day of sale. the wlso farmer who appreciates thsse advantages will find satisfactory service in an OLD HICKORY. J. T. Col. JOHN B. AND S. T. RIGSBY 4 Executors of J. H. Rigiby. - Crab Orchard, Ky., DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. KZ 4thuul R. P. D. 2. imii iii Ik. tiraunrut of KVtra. Klngwucn, 1Kb. Doa I btcom illKuiird tit Mhtt Inilanli Muni . Sl. lui itlutnl bus. Ait4 al tuth VmihI ! r -- 1. Mmtk . . i . l. qut.ltaalriliMl'St II Dependable construction Justifies unlimited faith in OLD HICKORYS and for general utility yeu can count on them under imy condition. Tll, C.t..iu f66AY"Kk;',ii t4. t.Unt lM, HASELDEN BROS. AGENTS 1S 9TORMES DRUG STOKE. fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 12, 1920 SPEND YOUR DOLLAR WHERE II WILL LAST THE LONGEST WELCH'S Is The PLACE WIRE FENCE. 4 ft. No. 9 Top and Bottom 55c. Ask About RED TOP Fence Posts. Old 2 3 3-- WAGONS Hickory -- - Weber. ROOFING. Thefrfce of galvanized roofing is 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. DISC HARROWS. Inch $135.00 Inch $140.00 We have these wagons in stock and already set up for your inspection. We do not expect the price of wagons to remain as low as it now is. You may find other makes cheaper but you will not find them as good. 4 TOBACCO CANVAS Our supply of tobacco canvas ready been received and we can your need at the very low price below. 24x2S Count, only 28x32 Count, only Get your supply now and be sure not have to pay more later. has alsupply quoted 8 l-3- c. 10c. you do tongue 10 Disc, with tongue 12 Disc, with tongue 8 Disc, with $30.00 $40.00 $45.00 Seed Oats While they last, only $1.15 per bu. WELCH'S CAN SAVE YOU MONEY on Farming Implements, Wire Fence, Roofing, Building Paper, Groceries, etc. If you are not our regular customer it will pay you to take a day olf and visit our store and see what low prices we are offering. 6We can reduce the high cost of living for you. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KElNTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. National Banks In Sta'e R. R. FREIGHT Show Big LOOT IN Gain. 1919 $45,000,000 20-Ye- ar Usejthe Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. ROB-BER- S' NEW YORK. Feb. 7. Wholesale looting of merchandise in transit upon the railroads of the United States caused a loss of approximately in 1919, according to United States Kailroad Administration statistics. This is estimated to be more than double the losses sustained in any pre-wyear, but it is pointed out that the increased costs of the comKlJney and bladder troubles are not modities stolen, which nrc roughly limited to roan. Housework, or work In office or l.ctory, causes women to estimated to average 85 per cent, d!ct from wesk, overworked or di must be taken into consideration The implorm are caicd LMncjri. when comparing past losses with pul&ncu under the eves, sallow kia, those of today. Nevertheless there cooilaat tired feeling, isck of arsbllloa, nervous condition, backache, rbcusBstlc has been alarming increasing of numpilot, tore muscle, stiff joint. ber of packages stolen and the or- gnnixntions combating the thieves have been called to meet an increas ed ingenluty exercised in diverting (be caiueol tuffcriaft sod tt tight at goods from their owners. rnitiry. regulate the kidneys and bladder and restore the dltcsied orfaas to A technique of robbery has been sound and healthy conditioo. developed so highly that the methods Utt. Win. FUcW. TOBt Wtodbtom of "master thieves" are similar In Kr- - wni.si "I .m h.c the United States, England, France, M. I m Lku.f K.Uy Kujn.y 1'iU. I .i.rlM 1M. Yw.UuMhai. iiim Mm. Italy anil Argentina, according to a Am r I .U.w .U. tw rrr . to tWik.f mm ll :icW.r.4u recent report of the United States II it ill.! MMilMr rw Bi(ht .y reef. ? ml k. I. .uir.nns w ml Chomebr of Commerce in Argentina. xr...r )M b4mi. 4.rtiM4. Thief hunters here, however, are inMcROUERTS DRUG STORE. clined to discredit that organisation's belief that a "widespread Intornatlon-a- l College orgoniiation" is nt work stealing merchandise. By Substitution is the usual method used by the robbers. Sometimes box es supposed to contain velvets are Professors in Tronsylvonlo College found at their destination to be mien cheaper grades tain of the Bible ut Lexington odd to their with calico or other After you tat-alw- aya Is salaries bv accepting pastorates of of cloth, but as a rule waste paper to as Christian Churches within convenient found. These are referred men, .II.Lance from Lexington. It is nu "concealed losses" by railroad aolutclv necessary that they do this, and are especially difficult to trace and arrives II i Hi i.llmthnrs I 1 for the overage small college profess- as the shipment leaves J-staca food saurian. is paid but little more auuarently in good condition and it is or osxt sj ataasaf Bslasriss. discover at what his services than the skilled lab- almost Impossible to for Kf-r- r. uoint the theft occurred. orer and often not os much. The silk industry has been one of r to be made soon to in salaries of the two Lex those most severely hit In the last crease tho become Ington Institutions by at least 60 per year and so great has the risk that the Kailroad Administration has R. E. McROBERTS, UasasUr, Ky cent. $46,-000,0- 00 Washington. Feb. 7th. Resource of the national banks in Kentucky increased $15G,5G3,334 or 2C0 per cent, during the twenty years en'ded last November, according to figures given out by the Controller of the Treasury. In 1899 resources were $58,8 Last November they were $215,370,000. Last November there were 323,-90- 1 deposit accounts in national banks in Kentucky. There has not been a national bank failure in the Dluegrass State in four years. Alarming Shown in Number of Increase Packages Stolen in Transit. 12,-CC- C. Run Down? ar iiev Ifldnei ii ii4 lU. Professors Add To Salaries Preaching. been considering excluding raw silks from the privilege of freight, transportation by rail. The Merchants Association of New York has protested against such an exclusion, advocating some, less radical change to minimize or prevent the theft of silk in transit. Among the methods frequently used by thives are the following: A truckman nt u freight station with a load of goods watches his opportunity and takes the freight clerk's receiving stamp, puts it on the bill of lading and then drives off with the goods which he sells. He has a properly receipted bill of lading from tho railroad to show his employer. Forgeries of the receiving stamp aro sometimes used. Another method is for a truckman to drive Into a city freight yard with an empty box on his truck, The gate-ma- n takes u record of the truck and its load and when it leaves extra packages must be accounted for. Hut the truckman in this instance substitutes ii box of stolen mcrehan-dim- s far the empty ho brought in. Or he may hovo a bottomless box which he places over a smaller package containing stolen goods. Robbers often get aboanl trains and throw goods out for confederates to pick up along the route. Motor truck drivers have been caught taking part In this scheme In New York, Chicage, St. Louis and Kansas City recently. Kailroad men complain uf the diffi culty in getting convictions. The $1,000 or a year in jail for breaking Federal law provides for a penalty of car seals but there have been so many rasca that the Federal Courts have set them aside for business consider ed more important. EATONIC irranow I i now-a-da- nt5Z. mean that more Jewelry was given daughter, Mattie lleulah, entertained In presents this Christmas than ever a number of friends Sunday. before, because the miscellaneous reMr. and Mrs. I. II. Duncan enterturn for November was only tained Mr. and Mrs. Charles llryant City and Mr. T. Preston Other items of the Christmas sea- of Junction of Danville Sunday. son were: and $49,791. HO Manufacturers, dealers $20,291.57. Di((..t Portion Of Ravsnu Comas There was aubstanSial conservatism and precaution with all of this From Transportation CompanUs, stupendous buying and giving, tho, WML TrlbaU Uvitd On Mr. Urcnnnn thinks, because the Dec.r more Amuiiro.nli Showed than ember insurance tax doubled that paid for November, FrtuM Protiou. amounting to $5,012.24 in December Month. and $2,028.34Jn November. Kentuckians. In the greatest orgy List of buying nnd giving the State ever has known, spent nearly $1,250,000 Is 302,612. in taxes on luxuries alone In Decem huving been ber, most of the amount Washington Corrected figures on expended In the Christmas buying casualties in the A. K. F published season. K. A. Urennan, in charge of the last Saturday by the War Department sales tax division of the Internal brought the total to 302,012, instead HovenuH Collector's office, reiwrted of 293,001 as shown in figures comlast week that merchants and busi- piled from weekly reports furnished ness men of the State paid $1,217,- - to the press. The corrected flgurus were 221,059 05rt.fi 1 in war tax for December, n. In. I 7111)1 .lunik. J .lf more than double the amount paid November, which aggregated tured by the enemy and three mUsing lien comjwny comes for in action. $539,071.37. there is no tune to Casualties in Siberiu were not inwaste -- no chances to The large.t individual return for Ix; taken -- so mother the month came from the-- transporta cluded. sees that there is al tion companies, amounting to $950,- POOR RIDGE, KY. ways a can of 737.04, showing that nearly everybody In the Statu must have made Miss Otee Hill is visiting her sister some sort of a Journey In December, and that most of the traveling was Mrs. Dillard Simpson. IAK1NI P0WIER ut Christmas time, because tho transMiss Jessie II. nnd Klmer Hay were for November was the guests Saturday of their cousin. portation return on hand. Cakes, pies, only $344,149.30. Miss Clmlys Kay. (louKhnuts,muflin3 and Di( Tas For Amuumanll. all Rood things to cat Mrs. Lewis Simpson spent a few Next to the amount paid for rail- days with her daughter, Mrs. Speed must be dressed up in their best taste and road tickets to spend the Christmas Sherrow recently. looks. holidays with friends and relatives, Airs. It. 11. I'ri'itnn ami .una !nt the highest Us was paid for amuse- last week with her sitter, Mrs. Geo. Then, too, her reputa ments, which aggregated $04,518.82. Miller of Versailles. tton as a cook must Imj upheld This return is somewhat smaller Mr, and Mrs. Lynn and she Cobb nnd 8, than for November, which was "stakes" it on Calumet and Mr. Urennan believes tho rroytiine. She Amomv it decrease, is duu to the fact that will not disappoint her. theatre admissions and other amuse Order a can and have the "company" kind o( bakings ments fell off because in the last two rwry day. weeks of December many were too .. CalumcUcontalns only such busy shopping to go to the theater. m SU u.n ... ..fc.' M- I UMMlkkim U kwjf I M Mf ingredients at have been The next largesexpenditure in the approved ollldally by the M.IXCIITS, AT Mil ftltt shopping list was classl-fle- d Christmas U.S. Food Authorities. ir masks raiN sajl. sousson aiMKtir cu, u.imm. as miscellaneous, but the prinYstr visa ky It. cipal item was "for jewelry, which Ta sst kt ii. st amounted to $54,902.03. Jaw.lry Given As Prasoatt. to HA3ELDEN BROS. Mr. Urennan construes .this KENTUCKY Paid Nearly $1,250,000 In Luxury Taxes In December $14,-222.7- 0. Well 'Armed"! Corrected Casualty Total J I CALUMET $72,-414.2- Quica-acut- r f The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Feb 2, 1 1 920 "GLADDIE" By JCANIE I j DAftLINQ. Tho Velvet tin is twice as bis at shown here There's a World of Solid Comfort In theRich9Red Tin sir, wo mean that samo YES, that smiler. a welcoming cvury tobacco store. warm rod and gold "Howdy" to you in Know what those colors mean? Tho rol is for tho friendly warmth, the mellow chaorincss, that Velvet puts into your old pipe. And thu gold is where tho Kentucky sunshine, that ripens good old Velvet, has just sort of soaked through. lr lltClm. N.w..nr Mrna t lllllrri'M M"ii have imt e f..r of IVtfT nltfit thi TrtHk When I... IhiIM hi Immim' the b sltunti-- In tti vlllssv. It hail two frtmts. Oho. with n t riSM fiin- -l the street; here Katie. wife, wit ami rewtil or vMtil. The other fur-ei- l the Imwlmn behltHl the hill town; here, (eHt Mid Bmmh) I'eter lie,l to e Mt Htnl pise nt tb' fiimHiiy blue of beautiful en'ten mountains. They ere not us friendly nt husband hih! wife should le I'eter niiiI Katie weren't. There were ihi to bind their heart together: then, too, luitlo loved her lii'lKlilxirs MhI I'eter did not. He would not kii to the little rtieetln? houe on ShIiIhiIIi iltiys, and Katie's heart wn bitter about this. The minister once eMitlllatel, but I'eter led llllll throiiKb his liotKe ntwl onto the bark, or mther the front xirch. "That there's my cnurch, nnd pood jxilnt etioiiCh for me," he Ins tonurd the tnountutns, which lay serene. inaJeMlc, understandlm;. In th purp'i-re- il colors of sunti't. nnd no more would be say. Two ilnys after lltnmn Slmond dlnl. Katie went Into Peter trarileu and found Iltnnin' ilauebter there pin) I li i; "liiudpleV with I'eter. They swmiil Hie best of chum. At sight of Katie I'eter drew the rogulsli-eyechild down beslile him. Ills crent. nimit Ixnly trembleil with tetltlernrs. "I shall keep her. be hl dethititly. Katie lookisl at (Jlmhllu's lrnim-slbl- e fare and shuddered. "TIh Ideal" she utijirted. "Von're I'eter. Iter hhiu Klla'll Imte to tnke her. It's mighty risky takln' Hh-e- r fidkvs' J on ni; mis to brltis up. I ilon't Imw no time to liMik after a child, anyway. Ami wlmt wihsM the neighbors think?" Peter's eye hhuml. "IIHIcrest nln't my Jsxlce," he shortly. mUwl santntttmlly. Peter's wife "Well, s'long she uon't lothor Mm, shu can stay," nnd sne went back Into hO. ieitiietle Notice To RETAILERS COURT Mr. V. H. A private exhibition of the moving picture, entitled "The Troubles of n Morchnnt and How to Stop Them," will be shown to busine.H.s people in the HOUSE, at THURSDAY, 7 ::10 o'clock FEB 19 out-Hu- chll-dn- en nnenil. Farley, a noted lecturer on modern buninesa methods, representing The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio, will explain the pictures, which will deal with the following subjects: 1. Retail Failures and Their Causes. 2. Store Organization. It. Newspaper Advertising. 1. Window Displays, o. Clerks' Efficiency. 0. Selling Methods. 7. Credit Husiness. 8. System in Retail Stores. Much enthusiasm has been created in other cities where the lecture has been delivered, and it is expected that a capacity audience will greet Mr. Farley and his pictures. All merchants and salespeople in the city arc invited, The admission will be free. four-yenr-o- hare-footi!- , The Vapor Treatment FOR i L s - . s, Mothtri who know the ancuith oi waning tielpleiily through acr-Ioni- ? hours for the nhvitriin sho miv r.nt arrtt in ,itn m!II ly U to keep on hind a bottle of this effective croup remedy. preventive srul ipecific for coldi, croup, inrluenu, erippr, pr.tumonu ind other reipiratory ailnients. V li . s" II S Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia l.,. I- - BRAME NTHAM! n , Remember what Velvet Joe said about it? "You've met canned meat and canned music. Ever see any tinned sunshine? Well, look into any Velvet I tin." the hue. I'eter and Claddle sat on. hiind In hand, on the steps. "Hadily," she Mild Jojotisly, ami stnikiil his face, llr gatbereit her Inn to his arms ami cudilbil up ngnlli't his breu.t aim slept. The sun went down nnd the mountains took m vague, hnlintlus outllneH In the ilnrkinlng dlstnnce; peace lay over the valley world, aim Peter's e)e hungrily took In the slgnt until bis soul wns sntisfltil, and he, too, slept, his head against the sirch railing. They were still there when Katie, returning i WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES ,rplicd eitemally to the cheit, throat ami no. ...... triu a rut it ituirLlv sK.a,K.I ,l..n..nl. tkin. Its licahni; itori rite and are inlialeJ illrrrilv Jo the infected membranct. A double-actiore med)-ii ii uouuijr ccrum to produce satofactory reiulti. It hai this characterittic that diitinpuihci it from other ilve, it will not itain the clothei. Iluy a bottle of Vjpomentha TODAY. It it an invaluable protection for an iniijnificant price. 30c. 60c, and $1.20 Bottles at AU Drus; and Csnsral Stores. If your dealer cannot supply you order from And think this over: Wo don't have to hide Velvet's taste or smell with a lot of this, that and the other thing. Because Velvet has naturally what pipe smokers want real tobacco taste and fragrance. It's just good, honest Kentucky leaf, mado still more friendly and mellow by two years' ageing in wooden hogsheads. Just good tobacco. That's all But it's mighty near enough the man who wants a pipeful of tobacco and not a box of bon bons. The picture of a pipe on the tin necdnft keep you cigarette with Velvet from rolling a jim-dan- dy How's tho Velvet holding out in your --the friendly tobacco NATIONAL BANK. CITIZENS OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Capital and Surplus $110,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON U. F. "ROLL OF HONOR.' Vice-Preside- Hudion, President. J. J. Walker, Joe L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. O. Witney, Wm. F. Miller, Teller. Ant. Cashier. Mr. J. Walker, Ant. Caihler. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. from nu evening cull, on me out and found them. "So this Is the way you're coin' to tnke care of her. Is It, I'eterJ" she llared. "She's probably got her death of cold." Oil, yes, Kate knew how her words were hurting the man she had mnrrled. ".She'll go to her Aunt Klla's tomorrow. Just as sure as the sun comes up." She took the sleeping child and simon-pu- re bundled her Into the house. I'eter followed, crestfallen, conscience struck. Not for worlds would he have hnrmcd the child he was learning to love passionately. In time he got buck some of his dignity. "Voit let me have her," he commanded llrmty. "I want to look after for her myself, nnd I'm coin' to keep her, too," ho added not so (Irmly. "Till mornln'." Katie agreed, grimly, nnd went out to sit alone on her porch. Muddle was wide awake now and her happy laucbter enme out to Kntle. Somehow It drovo the anger out of her heart and filled It with a strange desolate feeling, "What's that. Paddyl" Rladdle was asking. (Iladdle's had been woefully detlclent In some lines. nlghtle-gown- l R. F. D. No. 1, "A Is it Olnddle's, dadold dy (Trade Mark Patented) "It's Ohiddle's tonight." she heard Other Seed ii being sold under their name. The gen Peter say, gently. "We'll get fSluddlo one of her own tomorrow." uine improved "Standing Up" Burley Tobacco Seed raited by "Who has It when (iladdlo uln't B. L. KELLY & SONS, can be procured only from the raiser and here," tho child persisted, is not genuine unless put up in packages having a of "Katie," grutlly. "Who's Kntle. Daddy?" their signature as shown below which Trade Mark is now ".Sho's she's," Katie knew her hus- patented and on file in the U. S. Patent office at Washington. band was groping for word, "she's Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed picked from best your new iimmmtt." selected pods. This Tobacco has topped the market for the Katie rose nugrlly. To put such Into tho child's head! past 25 years. "Peter," she culled, "you harness .Nel mid lake that young tin to her mint Hlln's right off. She ain't coin' to stay here another minute. D'jou j Atcaandrla Had First Museum. hear me, Pcterl" Tin first iiiiivinu was part of th Peter wine out to the imrch. Send all Mail Orders to wheru learned imlnctt of Alcxuiidrla, "I ain't coin' to take her back, men worn iimliitiiliiitl at tlio public nut. Just ns eminent public servant Kntle," ho breathed heavily. , "I wauls In klsa Mamma nere In llio (r)laneuui at Alliens. Its R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. foundation I attributed to I'tolorojr too," n plulnthe xokv said and a littlgure. holding up n huge I tle white I'lilliuielplius about MM II. O. nightgown, stumbled hMwccii them, s It Were. Time of Penance, fumbled for Katie's skirt, and little Mildred hail been naughty and her iinu reached up for her embrace. mother had told her to sit on n chair Kutli) sank back Into u chair, her and think how eorrjr she win. In the legs shaking from the effects of her meantime her friend Kllznhvth ratue linger, I supixwie. Tho llttlo white tlgto tho door for Mlhlnil lu coma und ure climbed nt once Into her lup, und piny. Hobble run to the door and said, loving, w a nil, sweet, baby Hps pressed "Mlie can't come out; kite's busy bvlutf nrdciilly ugalust her throat and mouth. sorry." (Iladdle's upbringing hod not been neglected in some reieci With those Never Satlsflsd. Grandfather had coma to visit at magic kisses Katie's heart suddtNily little Harriet's home. In Krnnklln. The became n thing ntl tender. Residence Phone 33. Onice Phono 18. Above tho white figure, husband and was rery much Interested In watching him removing and wife looked Into enrti other's ejes. "Let's bring her up together, Peter," replacing his false teeth. One day she eald to her mother: "I wish I had teeth Kntle faltered. "I we need you. Katie, both of us, like grandpa's. I don't like tho kind that' sewed In." Indluoopolls New. he agreed. . RAMRUfOjlBsfeoroR KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. 9 red tin? r fac-timi- le no-th- PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. B. L. KELLY & SONS. j good-ul&ht- W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. four-year-o- Lancaster, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 12 1920. imrinf Charles A. Hardin, to unite the party and put the organization in fighting form. He is being complimented in nil parts of the state for Our Bill Never Kills We We We We Return of Soldier Dead Policy is Announced. Washington, I). C- - The policy of the War Department In regard to the of the bodies of return from deceased American soldiers, was an nounced by Secretary of War llaker men nnd to n delegation of forty-siwomen all relatives of dead service Grccnsburg, men- - from Pittsburg. Lesinring and Scottsdnle, I'a., Chica go, St. Louis, Italtimore, New York, Birmingham, Ala., Richmond, Vn., nnd Washington, 1). C. The Secre tary' statement was as follows t "At the outset the War Department promised that it would return, as soon as practicable, the bodies of all soldiers who died in France nnd whoso next of kin desired the return. "The War Department has never departed from thiSvpromlse, nor abat ed nny effort to carry it out. So far all obstacles have been overcome in the matter of the return of all bodies from England, Italy, North Russia, y Itclgium, Luxembourg. Siberia, and outside tho wnr tone In France, and every stop which enn be taken has been taken to return these bodies at once. The French govern ment temporarily withheld its con sent to the exhumation of bodies in the war xne where the Inrgest num her of allied dead are buried. The State Dcmrtment is seeking nctively to have thh consent given and as soon ms it is given the same steps will be taken with regurd to the American dead buried there. No sort of pref erence will be permitted in the order of the return of our dend, but that system will be followed without ex ceptlon which will return those who arc to be brought back most speedily, without distinction between olficers or men, or upon any other ground. "The wishes of the next of kin will be the sole determining factor Those who desire to leave the bodies of on the ground where they their fell, or in the great memorial cemeteries in France, will be permitted to do so. As between those who represent different views of the action proper to lie taken in the matter of bringing home these deceased soldiers, the War Department has only the desire to have fre,e discussion of the circumstance in order that all decisions may be made on the basis of full information and the wishes of those most interested respected." x -(lor-mantlt-n- do high grade PLUMBING. do it PROMPTLY. do it EFFICIENTLY. do it as you want it DONE. kill- -It what he has accomplished re cently. The publicity bureau will soon be on the job of ex posing the Republican propa gamin of misrepresentation of the other party. Democrats will soon be persuaded that the wiser policy is to knock the short comings and misdo ings of the other fellow, and less criticism of home folks. Let every good democrat en courage the "get together" movement. CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED RED, ALSIKE, SAPLING, RED TOP, SEED OATS, RECLEANED BLUE GRASS AND ORCHARD GRASS. OBELISK THE BLUE RIBBON FLOUR TRY A SACK TODAY, WE DELIVER IN TOWN. COTTON SEED MEAL WHEAT AND RYE MIDDLINGS HOG FEED', BALLARDS PURE BRAN KENTUCKY FARM FEED, MILL FEED. KANAWHA SALT. SAND, CEMENT, ROCK, BRICK. Our bill will not is always modest. DEMOCRATS Hold up Announcement of Advisory Members Mrrllnf llrld In Louisvill To Salett Conn Brothers. IVrsonnrl of - Commit!. of Names of tin- Advisory Committee twenty-tw- o members, which will community and the sympathy of all are with the families in their loneliness and grief. Mrs. Emma Washburn Price was a woman of beautiful christian character and greatly beloved for her many graces of mind and heart. Only a few short years ago she was married to Mr. Johnson Price of this city, living the words of Ituth; "Thy people shall be my people and thy God my God", for she fit into his church life, his home life and was a true helpmate. In thinking of Mrs. Louise Knuffmnn Shackelford, we are again reminded of the words of Ruth, "Whither thou goest, I will go", the work of her husband, took her into many new fields, but she went with n cheerfulness, characteristic of the strong character she was. .An Eastern writer has described death as a "black camel which kneels at the gate of all". That death is universal will be admitted and that it brings deep anguish and bitter pain, cannot be gainsaid, but if we will accept God's will in the spirit of submission, even the black camel may become an angel of light. A closed life which has been all we could wish it to be, is like a favorite melody, which never grows old or loses its power to quiet and console. At such times as this we begin to realize that "Thero is no death! What scorns ho is transition: This life of mortal breath Is but a suburb of life elysian portals we call Whoso Dr. R. M. Ilrame, discoverer ..f each nostril. Ilrame's Vapomrntha Ilrnme's Vapomrntha Salve, has i. Salve penetrate the pros of the skin, letter from 0. C. Wright. Superin- relieving congestion, at the same tendent of the Wilkes County, N C , time healing vapors artse and nre Public Schools, in which he says. breathed through the mouth juhI "We have used Ilrame's Vapomcnthn nose, loosening the pleghm ami rousSalve for nearly nil the ills for whwh ing the patient t breathe freely. Its it is prescribed and have always se- absolute reliability M evidenced by cured satisfactory results. If used doxrns of unsolicited testimonials. in time it has never failed to break Ilrnme's Vapomenthn Salve will reup colds, usually the forerunner of lieve pneumonia, influenza, grippe, Grippe, Inlluenra anil Pneumonia. pleurisy, bronchitis, whooping cough, WANTED: Six or eight .era. of over our little town when it leased about $25,000 each year I speak from personal ob ,catarrh, asthma, tensilltls, hay fever tobacco land on share. was learned that Mrs. T. John- for the light trafic roads. servation. I believe if this prepara- and inflammation of the skin. The bonds furnish the only R. E. BERGNER. Danville. Ky. son Price and Mrs. Louise 2.12-2t-ption is used in time it will prevent Vapomentha is applied externally, Cases. jN Kauffman Shackelford were hope to the country districts the development of pneumonia in and it will not stain the clothes, a Tho tlu has again mudo its appear- - every instance. If used according to other dead; the former having died for better roads. There will DO NOT TRIFLE WITH HOC salves do. No home should ance in this section and quite n num- directions." TROUBLES Fin., the latter at always be a passable road ever be without it. lluy if frm your at Deland. maintained over the Richmond When you see the, first symptom! ber nre confined to their homes by . These strong statements are full) dealer or direct from the Ilrame Wichita Falls, Texas. , justified by the remarkable recov- Drug Co., Nortli Wilkosfcoro. N. C, and Lexington roads whether of hog diseases, get a supply of IK A the epidemic. A shadow that would not It has hit the pupils of the Ijinca- A small bottle costs 30c; a much the bonds are voted or not, but THOMAS' HOG POWDKR. It is a ter Graded school rather heavily, as eries that follow, Ilrnme's lift for both women were greatis applied hogs one, these outside roalls will go in- remedy for hogs andW. A. only tonl 130 pupil were absent one day this the chestSalve throat and freely over larger $1.20, containing six times as ly beloved in Lancaster and nnd Inserted In much. ic and conditioner. Dickerson, Adv. week on its account. (Advertisement. their passing into the Great to the mud in the near future; None of the cases however are re Beyond, came as a shock to that are not already so. It is Highest cash price for country pro-potted as seriously ill and the im CASH: For old wool carpets, friends and relatives. Their more to the interest of those pression is that its return is in h duce. Stanford Street. soiled Ilrusscl Rus. Phone 397. way of proGarrard and Lincoln Produce Co j deaths are a great loss to the who live out of the 3t. Miss Fannie Iltshop. School News; milder form than n year ago. with the State Central and Kxecutive Committees in shaping the policies and nctivitlea of the lU'mocrntic party in Kentucky in the i cijr.nnir Congressional, .Senatorial hud Presidential campaign probably will not b announced before February THE BOND ISSUE. The illst. Shall wo have better roads $1.50 a Year. I. tied Weakly. Following a lone session last Meek or back to the mud roads of of the special committee named by Pajrabla In Adranc. half century ago? The jonly the State Central ami Kxecutive Com J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. answer is in the affirmative. mittees at The Seelbach to select the pcivonnel of the committee. Judge R. L .ELKIN', Local Editor and Mgr. However, some say we want Charles A. Hardin, llarrodkburg, said better roads in the county the committee's work thus far has Entered at the Fot .Office In Lan- but. We cannot have roads proved satisfactory, but that only Mail caster, Ky., n Second-Clas- s that way. If once the main nbout half of the proposed Advisor)' Matter. ' arteries of the county could be Committee ha been chosen. "Everything is moving successful made of permanent construc- ly, and all those approached thus far UacajJtTi Ky.. Febfcary 12. 1920 tion so that the annunl road to serve on the Advisory Committee fund derived from county taxa- have accepted, ar.rl they are strong be influential men, and the others will Member Kentucky Press Association tion and htnte aid, could and used on the latteral roads, be chosen within the next ten days Judge llnrdin said. By voting the or two weeks," Eighth District Publishers League. there is hope. Judge Hardin said the names ot bonds and building the propos- the Advisory Committee will be given ed roads there should be re out when the committee is complete A shadow like a pall settled "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." Central Record iririri m IFI THE BEST INSURANCE AGAINST INFLUENZA. Prominent Educator Believes That Vapomen-th- a Is A Sure Preventive. Several Flu Vapo-ment- Buena Vista 1 posed highway to vote for the Mr. Lane's children are still out Wc pay highest cash price for your bonds than those who live imof school, all being ill of pneumonia. country produce. mediately upon it. .Misses Lila K. and llaohel Scott Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co were in Harrodsburg Saturday. Miss Ella Buckley was absent from school Tuesday, going to Lexington, Koscoe Ilamilt6n is again in school after being with his grand-fathe- r in Henry County. Chenault Ruble is absent from school on account of illness. A great many children arc out of school on account of colds. The Oyster Suppsr has bctn in definitely postponed on account of un epidemic. Several from the Iluena Vista High School were in Lancaster Friday night to attend the Swiss Hell Ringers. The Tragedy At Lexington. The loss of life on the streets of Lexington Monday will long fill the memory of the people of the blue grass country with sorrow and regret. It was but natural that wild excitement should follow the perpretration of such a brutal crime. That men should conclude that duty called them to avenge the foul deed with their own hand after the law had proclaimed and meted out the death penalty to the perpreta-tor- , was the grossest folly. The brute was in the hands of the law, justice was swift, punishment certain and severe. While the toll of life is deeply deplorable, is was the natural result of their rash and misguided actions. The olHcers of the law are not to blame in any way. In fact, they should be commended by right thinking men every where for their cool, courageous and determined cirort in doing their duty. If thure can be a consoling thought in the whole unhappy afTnir, it is that mob spirit and mob law suffered an inglorious, defeat while organized government, law and order were triumphant in the contest. WASHINGTON Made Gift To Transyl-vaniEndowment. HEADQUARTERS FOR a Report or the Condition r TIIK General George Washington was one of the prominent Americans who gave to the first endowment of It is record Transylvania College. cd, too, that General ItFayettc made It a gift when he visited America in 18126; John Adams, second president; Aaron llurr, who came within n few- votes of the presidency of the United Status himself, nnd John Jacob Astor. The One exception. At n dinner of Hie llulldern' nodn-lio- n tho president gave a neat turn to one of Ids remarks, Sulci he: "A poor foundation will la. the end cause tho collnpte of event bins but scandal." I Ion ton Transcript. Vulcan Plows -- .f it fr Hank l.'IOK ) Of iiryantsiille I.II41IM-Ol llrjSHt.f 111, l ihibIi "I (twr.td. Kill, pf AT Till: CUnK OK IIUMNKm UN TIIK iln Kuljr. And all kinds Plow Points. Collars, Hames, P S .0. 30th day of Jan 1920 KBHOt'ltCEH. I Laau.aiul DI.MMUI, Oat ntrclli. Murr.ss4 uumwuimI Commissioner's Rental Of Land. lir.lrt CIRCUIT COURT. GARRARD mi I ru James II. Dunn, et al, Plaintiffs. VS. I.TSvU Trace Chains, Check aai riMki. Mtanuii Una (row htk lla.hwi liaKl lUfltlHK lluu., iBtniiurtiiMi riitar. CMfear A...H nM Im1u!I under all) uf abura fctul. Teul MAUI1.1TIEM, It. ir rtUrtk o SI v4 J,0IQ Ml II IKO.H4VI CiJul auriww. flru.lt riiHi. . ..... ...... s!4 la. lu .. . I,, . tn . ......... W.uio i jI. m ,tfww uiUmi tuak.ek M IJM.IMM STATIC COU.VrV OK OAKUAKIIt""- Wa.O. C. Heet.r. I'ir.lt.ut and Of KHNTUCKV. TUt. death." mol0. "GET TOGETHER." J.(!. Wuum.Ca.blr. The spirit of the democratic ao4teu to tfor in tbl 7lh party in Kentucky is rising. d.rattMtlt4IW ul rb J. ll((aa Ballard, Notary Koblle. Leaders of all former facMjrComnUaloaaiplita rati IS, WO. tions are pleased with cfTorta Hiaioroai: of the State Charman, Judge .Soak Martta. it. II.K.fl.oH H, V. fcwopa I J. C. Wilw lliam., Ca.nltral lb uanrt Haukriu oUmnljr that Ilia alora .Ulcmvul I ol uur lru la to aui mnti O.C. Il.cker. rrt.M.ul. imr tl DcfU. Pursuant to n judgment or the entered lit Its Garrard Circuit Court November Term, 1019, I, as Com missioner of the barrard Urcult Court on MONDAY. FEBRUARY 23rd, 1920, In front of tho Court Housu door at 11 o'clock. A. M. or thereabouts, will rent nt public auction to tho highest and best bidder about 125 acres of lund for grating cattlu only. Said land situated on tho Danville ana Lancaster Dike, adjoining tho lands of Sam llourne, S. J. Rourne. Thomps Arnold, Watkins heirs, and Wesley I his land Is in blue grass, Sutton. ell watered and plenty of shade. TERMS. The renter will bo required to ex ecute bond with approved security, duo January 1, 1921, with Interest at aix per cent per annum from date of rental. W. II. UROWN, M. C. U. C, C.J K. Dunn's ExorM et al. Breeching, Back Bands, Lines, Etc. DOUBLE AND SINGLE TREES. Let us show you our line of Plow Gear. f Car Laod of American Wire Fence. HASELDEN BROS. I The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday. Feb i2, 1920 TO OUR PATRON- S- Mr. James (5. Conn spent several ilny In Lexington font week. I WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD POST- - Ml Minnie J. Conn who attending school at Richmond Normal OFFICE BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. . . I n nows una ncpairs. Vulcan in ill with the flu. lor neaaquaneri r isuvcr HI John Deere and Syracuse turning plow, cheap. We still have Mrs. Alice l.utk nnd Mrs. Minnie Robinson, of llustonville, are guest ome bargain!. "mmu nn,mmnnis so much less. Come in $500. to give away, our rent J,r Ani' Mr. Luther I'eyton spent and get your part now. We have SALVET to tone up your stock. I alnt , ick U, RUC,U Incubator and brooder. Coal Oil Tank and Gat Engine cheap. ,n,..n,,fty ",m" ' l,,un A Ford SEDAN. Car load of wire Fence at the right price. - THE ! STONE IN PROPERTY J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Dl House. Clarence nnd Lots Conn, spent Sat urday night and Sunday with their grand-motheMrs. I. C. Kucker nt Taint Lick, ON MAPLE AVENUE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, i Gossip About People Brlf MiMUn si tht Cemlni tni Oolnt,t by Tht Wt Art Inltrtitid la. A Mrs. Hen Hughes from Stanford. has returned vis- Mrs. W ft. Maswi, Mrs. Uoy Hay- - was called home hv the death nf hi ns. Miss Sue Shelby Mason ami Mr. I water. Mrs. John Snncklefonl. which Mss Pay King sswnt Uh week ctvtl HWty Mason vmted Mr. ami Mm. W. occurred Tuowlny in LawUiii. Okln l)rkiHn. wita MIm It. Coek in Dnnvllle. Sunday. MIm Rladvs Frkbte i viallm her IJWsss Has visit- Mr. Wwsley Dsrkerson left tislNttnt. .Mrs. It. K. Iluifkn. and Mr iHK Mr. J. L ttaUor in Daaville. Cincinaati aird Chicage t lluuhe in Ilefore her purriNMe ainl aiimsner Kwoda I return she will also vUit Mrs. Jbi-Mr. 9mm HassdsJew ha returned for th Arm of J. K. Dickerson and Casev and Mrs. Wllltem UV White. trip tt CiMeinaatl. from a basin I Son. .r. I...H.........II- ' ii Maater Mafcert Tim was s visitus .MHwes Allcne ThHHs. ArdeHa Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Knvlar and M.ra hts grand-mothe- r In N'ieaslv4llc. turner ami aiiihi M-- roir motorwt I Si.llie I.ihj Nnylar and little Miss Snl Mrs. Dontap lllnnton nnd Mr. J. K Ih Danville Sunday ami spent an en Iks II. I.ec and Mr. Sidney Aldridge, afternoon with Mrs. Kd Hani spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. II. HImere wore In Danville. Memlny. mair C. Crutchficld nnd family on StntiMr. J. It. Harris Iwu returned ford nvenue. Mrs. I.uther tlurdette nnd two at from n vtult t relatives in Stanford tractive Nttle daughters, Christine Miss Sue Etta Faulkner entertain- Mr. Harry llten, ef Richmond, was ami Kmma I.ec wcry the guests of her led Sunday eveying at n six o'clock on twrenta, Mr. nnd Mrs. W J. Hrynnt, dinner. The house wns beautifully the KUnst ef frlcmk in Ssimlny Sumiay. decorated with ferns and carnations MtSM KliMbeth (Jibbs has hren iting friends ir. Lexington. Mrs. Luther Cibbs cntertninod nt Mrs. Joanna llnll has returned In delightful six o'clock (inner TnM. home after n delightful vi.it with her day in honor of Mm. Itov llnvne. ,,t dnughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilohon Cam p. I HlliriMirn, Ohio. I bell in Stanford. George nnd Kmbry, the little sons' Mrs. Kllzabeth Simpson hns re-- of Mr. and Mrs. Jntnes C. Conn, who iurnc.1 home nrtrr n delightful visit I have been very ill ivith flu, nre much t her son. Mr. Henry Simpson and better nnd able to sit up., Mrs. hlmpson. In Lexington. irs. wiihnm I'oir nnd charming Mis Katie llnrnes Dlekcrsnn, of little daughter. Kntherim. IjiV.m. Hollins College. Virginia, is the guest of Covimrton nre visltim? .Mr. .,... of her parent. Mr. ami Mrs. V. A. Mrs. Charles I'olf, on Danville street I Dickerson, on Maple Avenue. - AT PUBLIC .vir. Uy hnulimnn, or Covington, wk fr pnr lsvilk. l.l AUCTION ON Jyblc - THE PREMISES, Mr. Wewd Walker of IjineitMer, Mrs. Jnok Casey ttns joined her husband, Major Cnsoy, in Indiana vtna one of the honor gurata at n nx o'clock dinner gjyon by potts, tml. rumrr winiaerage, in Uichmoml, 1 .a ml rum, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. hist Momhty Cloy Sultan have been recent Hsltara Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Montgomery in UuhvIHc. and son, J. J. Montgomery and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Coek of Dan Luther I'eyton attended the burial of vtlle, have been spending a few days Mr. It. M. Montgomery nt Mt. Hebron in taHcntter. last Monday. lJh .r. Rev. and Mrs. Harry Hudson have Mr.. Jame. I. Hamilton U returned frem a visit to relatives in Flcmingsburg. sunering wun n severe nttnch of "llu" We are glad to announce that he is Mr. nnd Mrs. K. l'rmcott Urown have returned from a visit to rela- wurr nt tins time. tives In Stanford. Miss Sam Wilmot entertained very many friends of Mrs. I). Oul-le- y lellghtfully nt her home on Stanford The pike, Sunday in honor of Mr. Hryan arc sorry to hear of her illnesa at Wilmot and bride. The ntfuir proved her home on Danville avenue. an enjoyaole one for those pres Mr. ami Mrs. Clay Sutton visited ent. the family of Dr. ami Mrs. II. A. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ituuell Hroun, of Dawes in Ilryantsvillc Tuesday. Ilryantsville, are receiving congrntu-- 1 Mr. Sterling J. Herron is nt home latlona ami best wishes over the ar- on a few weeks furlough, being now rivnl of a little girl, who was born Friday in Stanford at the hvme of rtutiencd at Washington City. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Ilrown. .Miss ZuIa Calico, who is teaching Miss Mary Mae Walker, of the In Garrard county spent the week Kentucky College for Women, at end, in Itkhawnd with her parents. Dnnvllle, broke n rib In the second Mr. Will ljiekey, who now makes quarter of a basketball match be id e in HnrfciM. Ky.. m visiting tween classes, but gamely played o atttoRg the Ii se ftdks for a few days the end. thbi week. Mrs. and the tuble had for its center piece a liket of carnations and roues, nnd a delicious aix course menu was scrv. ed. Those present were: Misses Ada Jessamine Hammond, l.ucy Newmnn, of Howling (ireen, nnd Hurst and Mnrthn Lewis of Lexington, nnd Meir Clyde Dudderar of Stanford. Jtobert llnll. of Keren, vKrnest I'hil lips of Uichmoml nnd Ralph I'erkins of Danville nnd Cecil Mnhun of Win- ch,',U,r- - U Prev' 1ui,e " '"i- rnntln.l" I Saturday, FEB. 21st, AT 2:00 P.M. U Owsley, hat returned frem several weeks Wt to her dauubtor, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cook, K. in Danville. Anna Lee I'Mf entertained number of her friends Saturday evening tit her home on Dan ville avenue. MiM iaite ii Mrs. Hoy llnynes, who hns been visiting her mother, Mrs. W. II. Mas-ohns returned to her home in Hills-!- r, Ohio. n, Mrs. K. U. Hourland wns the honor guest nt several enlovnble affair, in the past few dnys, General regret is felt tlmt (lev. and Mrs. Hourland have gone elsewhere to make their home, nnd the best wishes of every one will follow them to Ijincaster. Last Thursday afternoon she was the houoree at m lovely informal gather ing at the homo of Mrs. II. V. N'or. lleoL AbouU thirty guests were urea- 1 nt, who enjoyed the hours of social converse, nnd the delightful salad and colfee coune, with mints. Mrs. Norlleet wns assisted in serving bv Mrs. Sallie Morgan. Mrs. Wooldrldge. MUics Elizabeth I'ickett and Alma Morgan... .On Friday Mrs. Charles Hardin Invited about thirty neigh. bors and close friends to gather nt her home on Heaumont avenue for a little informal farewell party to Mrs. Hourinnd. The hours were pleasant J. E. Dickerson. renressnting the ly spent in conversation, nnd the' Lexington Dry floods Company, as nMcrnoon rlosed with n delicious I lutlch. In t 1. ....I.... In., Sfltlirilm n t f iirnnn.. ,1... lluilimrtn.l I lli- -l -- ..a.. ..... i.i. I....1 .. .. ..... iI Viitim- - I .i.M...' Ml..!.... i iti iiubiiiis ,n aiari me i.iuii- - ui .1. church entertained for Mrs, ing on line for the new year. Lex-- 1 Hourinnd at, the home of Mrs. Leon mgton Herald. Morgan. As a goodbye token of es Miss Sallie Lou Myers, while on teem the young church pre- duty as nurse in Madison county, fell .ented her with a gold workers ornament. uui no oones were much to her surprise and delight re giau jea and sandwiches were served t u. iuiuw sue nas entirely recovered llarrodsburg Herald. i iroin tne mil. IMMEDIATE POSESSION. THIS ELEGANT SARY TWO-STORY RESIDENCE IS IN A-- l I CONDITION, WITH SPLENDID BARN AND ALL NECESOUT-BUILDINGS, INCLUDING A MILK HOUSE, IDEAL LOCATION NEIGHBOR- 'v,bi, rii.. COAL HOUSE AND HEN HOUSE. FOR A HOME, GRAND VIEW. HOOD. GOOD THE TWO LOTS CAN BE SOLD OFF THIS PLACE. CONTRACTORS TELL ME THAT IMPROVE- Mrs. Lettic Ware nnd Mrs. It. K. afternoon Mqlleberta were called to Hopkins-vlll- c Tuamlny by the death of Mrs. Ware's sister. Misses Minnie and Maude Conn have, returned to the Normal school at Klchmoiid after n visit with their parents here. The Woman's Club met Thursday at their rooms on Lexing-hvhe- n " '"'V1 ,lndanf -present and nfter the business meet ing a social hour was enjoyed. Several kind of sandwiches, and choco late was served. The hostoste nf he afternoon were Mrs, Sum llusel- den, Mrs. Nnpo Price mid Miss Eliza- - "r. (libbs. " FOUNDER NEVER RESULTS your Aon ha. colic, the after erect is often worse than ,disease for' he is often foundered. (Jive hint' FAItltLS' COLIC IIEMEDV. Its re suits nre certain, founder never fol lows. For sale by W. A. Dickerson (Advertisement. MENTS ON THIS SPLENDID LOT COULD NOT BE REPLACED FOR.$6500.00 AND LOTS LIKE THIS ONE CAN NOT BE BOUGHT AT ANY PRICE. THIS BEAUTIFUL HOME IS GOING TO CHANGE HANDS ON THE ABOVE DATE, SO LOOK AT IT BEFORE DAY OF SALE, AND REMEMBER YOU FIX THE PRICE AND SAY WHAT IT IS WORTH. TERMS VERY LIBERAL. lu-t- IT I I (!) ! Follow the crowds to 1 I PATRONS Stanford Creamery Co. more than the highest cream buying concern is paying. The first month of 10'JU is very satisfactory indeed, Never wns the Stanford Creamery In better running condition than today. Wo have 25 per cent, more patrons, than wo had u year ago. They are satisfied because they know our work is efficient. We are doing our very beet. Milking good butter, getting the very top prices ami pay-In- g more fur butter fat than anybody then why shouldn't we sue cced; and why shouldn't you bring us your cream? STANFORD CREAMERY CO.., Feb. uth, 1020. Stanford, Ky. We nre sending you today checks for your butter fat, paying 70 cent per pound. This Is several cents Sanders SelFem Quid: Sale 1 I I II I ! BARGAINS GREAT ENTIRE STOCK MUST GO. G. C. WALKER OWNER. I Sander's Variety Store. J WE SELL FOR LESS. ' It. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 2, 1 1 920 CAKDS.J M. S. FARM ANIMALS ATTENTION TO SICK ANIMALS Innb lily of Laymen to Reeeonlie Ailments Often Remits In Loss of Valuable Stock. r'. CUNN'S CHAPEL. (I)rlavcd) Mr Lucas Foster has been suffer Ing from n bone felon. Mr. Frank Iind spent Saturday night am! Sunday with homrfolks. HATFIELD DENTIST Offic over The Garrard Bank. Office 5. Phone Residence 370. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Mb J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. 1 Aw Mr Tnlton May purchased somt" shoots of Mr. Lucas Foster nt Clc. DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. OtTic liourt 8 to 12 and to 5 p.ra J. A. Beozley IHINERAL DIRECTOR OnW Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Oilier Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. MWDWI Mr. Ktl Nnylor of Mnrksbury was here Thursday night n guest ef Mr. John I.nml. I'ffpirnt by the I'nlm! mate Mrs. Lucns Foster nntl sen, Frnnk rntnt of AarVultur I Allen, spent Thursday with Mrs. Tln tendency of In y wen In etiraseit' Joslnh McCulte-r-. l n flu llniiHi of mill trtfilmi-iiil ,.,-) Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilubnrt Tenter nnd of live stock Is ill n art r li- of little son were guests of Mr nnd Mrs. "'ti. In Malices ri'iiltlii niiltn il through Insldllty tr roperty Ollle Regie Sunday. iuiw Hllimiiti In time tit itpHy Mr. nml Mrs. J. R. Sparks, Mr. nnd ihiiIcI treatment, or tlirttpglt npl.vine rcnnslies not Indicated ti bo ee1ile Mrs. Herman Doolin were guests of This Is pnrtlcuhirl.v dangerous Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Cnsey Sunday. In the handling of Infection and (on Miss Ada Mny Foster came home tr.ciotis ili.cnscs wbcre nil only the Friday from n visit to Mr. Frnnk Ray r'.:imtl herd Is nt stnke tint where, nnd family nnd Mrs. Mllo Simpson. Mr. nml Mrs. Allen Tenter, Mr. nml Mrs. Lucns Foster nnd children were guests of Mr, nnd Mrs. Homer , -- ... Ray. Miss Jessie II. Ray and Mr. Elmer T. Rny were guests of Mrs. Joe Al tlridge in Ijtncastcr, Friday and Sat unlay. Some of Mr. Talton May's children ami the two little sons of Mr. Carl Mny nre suffering from whoop ing cough. Misses Annie Mae, Mary Lee Kurtx nntl Mr. Elmer T, Ray were in tanrnstcr for the Eighth Grade ex amination on Friday nnd Saturday. Mr. nntl Mrs. Hughcy Moberley ami little daughter, Mne. Mr. and Mrs. John Land and son, J. II., and Miss Ruth Hollon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tenter and family Sunday. think a minute! Think of the delicious taste of a slice of fresh toasted hread! trade-murk, TlTIEN you sec this famous M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. That's the real idea back of tho success of Lucky Strike cigarettes. Toasting improves tobacco just as well as bread. And that's a lot. Pamt Lick. Dr. Printus -- Walker Try a Lucky Strike cigarette VETERINARIAN. m Ansverrd Nichl- - I'romplljr Phone 317. uj or LANCASTER. KENTUCKY Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWIH Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 m WHITE CI. LSHHSVHXa, KY. ( fttsat9ftiR90lt 1 sLi kJfB sad fall vala) aM ..FURS HMMaasI POSTED The undersigned hereby mve warn Vis to all persons not to trespass upon lur lands for any purpose whatever ts we will prosecute all offenders to (ho fullest extent of the law. Hunt ers and fishermen especially take notice. R, L. Elkin. Mr. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, IL L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. C. Rigsby. M. Anderson. L. Barker L. Keliey. J. C. Rigsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy S. D. R. D. t. She Caught IL lind often boon told that hi" had Imlr and ryes Just like Iht mother'a. One dny she was piny Ine nn the street when n lady spoke In tier nnd remarked pleasantly: "What pretty red Imlr you have." "Yts," Klllily answered Mildred, "1 causht It from mother." Where Little Mllilnil Injection Proper Handling of Hog Cholera Treatment Is Abio. lutcly Essential to the Checking of the Disease. IhrouKli (hi! spread of Infection, other anlinnN imiy become cxihimiI ami Its ft oled. In the work of controlling hos cholera, for Instance. crliups the greatest hlndrnritv lias tt.en the ten uency of farmers to nttcmnt the diagnosis nml trrnttnent o' their oun herds, or else to cull In nn untrained Inyinan, ulio frequently does not recocnlie the dlsnii..' or iidvlses the wronp procitlurv In the Iicmlllnir of tlit! outbreak. Accordluc to eiMTt It Is not nluuyn an ensy m&tter to recopnlze hog cholera, n symptoms art! wimetlmes obscure. Other ail ments of sulne. such as pneumonia. worms anil tuberculosis, at certain stuces of tVvelopment, vcmeulint re- semhle hoc cholera. Accordlncly, tralnlnc ami exerlence nrr rtitilretl to tllstlusulsh bet" ten these nml hoe cholera. The practicing veterlnnrlan should noiulre all possible knowledge per taining to control and suppression of hog cholera. Of late many complications aimiclated with tlie dlsense bnre cwrteil u multiplicity if opinions ninong tliosf who cliilm o umtersiand the rurloiis nltmentx of sulne. nnd even within the veterinary prnfr.lnn busty Judgment tins In some ensrs fed to losses ulileh ctmld hate been avtlt-t- i I throush ii careful ronsMenitlon ot fact)", pniper iIIiicihiIh and treatment. Thin shonld emidiuslzo Hit- - neeeotlty for the Mtndy of case. Inerudlne the liUtory, envlnmriieiith nml eireum-stanceliiTorvett In nn iiitbrenk, before mtemptlng i. tlecitle on tilt- - muse f trouble. Then comes Hit physical THlnluntlon of the animals. UmW for uhiiormat action, brnitlilnu-- . nlt, Plftlte. tllcesllon nml i'IIht func- tloim. Next, tuktr Hit .inlmal'si lem Flank s SIMPSON. Ouarnnlvptl try On Tuesday of Inst week n pall of i sni'ness came over this community when it be came known tlint the Great I Reaper had called one of our bays who was Just as we might say, on the On Monday threshold of manhood. evening at the Uerea Hospital, James 1). Simpson, eldest son of Mr. anil ami relatives to mourn his loss. Bur-iJUOSON. took place at (tunn's Chapel Mrs. Irvine Simpson, passed from this Mr. Henry Crimes is improving life into the (I rent Beyond. The Churchyard on Wednesday, after Im- slowly. cause of his death was pneumonia, pressive services by Rev, N. (I. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Clark and Young. The pall bearers were sefollowing nn attack of mcnsles. His parents becnute of the condi- lected from among his friends and family nre ill with flu. Mr. C. N. Ray sold to Mr. Hugh tion of the telephone lines did not re- class mates here, they being Messrs ceive word of his serious condition McKinley Isbell, Tom Morford, Tom Simpson a cow for $100. Mr. W. M. Adams Is quite ill much until Monday and had only been with Price, Howard ljind, Thompson Santo the regret of his many friends. their loved one about nn hour before ders and Harry Ray. The bereaved ones have the deepthe end came. Mr. Hubert Ray was the gurst on James would have been sixteen est sympathy of the writer and the Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. John Ray. yenrs old on August -- Oth and had1 whole community in their sad hours. Willie Mr. Simie Clark ami Mr, We would say to them Remember Lane and family nre quite ill with tho Just enteretl school nt Berea. He lenves one sister and brother, that our Heavenly Father docth all flu. father, mother nnd n host of friends things well." Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Simpson were I nl It's toasted fan the guests Sunday ttf Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Simpion. Mr. and Mrs. Mnntha II Kay spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Doolin. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthew wrr the guesU Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Simpson. Mrs. Henry Dennis of Louisville, was called here to the bedside ef her father, Mr. W, M. Adams, who ts ill Misses Geneva nnd Ethyl Lane have been the attractive guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Foster. grand-parent- 2 ' TOBACCO TO- - pernlnre ultli n pxxl, rellnMU Kten tf.t'll poslliio illitL' imIMi- - until u nosls Is not nlunys C. A. Speith Company STANFORD STREET DEALERS IN I exutulnutlon livrii iimile, vtblrb meuu an exunilrmrlon of nml purl of tlur the vnrlotM HMly nfier 9 Haxdwoodl Sanatorium For th Trttitmtnt of Tulxreuloth Maintained by the Loututlla for the adequate treatment r,f tuber culo.li In til Its stages r.t . thau Rates J15.C0 per week, in. eluding boaiJ, medical attention, laundry, etc. Hlch ground Dtllcht ful surroundings. Special rates (or . .. t ft. . I.u Iwilull It IKMIII. -- It Is evident that nil wlnepntlui- Inc licnlltlei slitMild bare ixiniwiiir Millnble wlne wrvlce, ltfel na rnlnltiff ntnl eAt1enrt nn rellnbU In iletectliiK uml pnfriMng for tllv Anil fnruito euseN of lle sttH'k. should rtnllrtt ceiHTully tlint they enn riot nlTortl to Jetisinlue their hertls by ntteiniitlng to administer trttitiossit wlilcli rttinlros u tvriuiu uiiiount of to ttthnleal Hppltnttloti. It U inll n iunlllled veierinnrinn tliun to run the risk of losing valuable to suy notliltn; of the n.mi-tie- s mil-inal- ililli. irali Lancaster, Kentucky. of entiling il whleiinvml eJiotitlc outbreak of a deal motive miliual iIIh'um'. EXPERIMENT IN HOG FEEDING Tests at Ohio Station Show That Ant. mals Fed on Corn Alone Make Costly Qslns. LOOSE LEAF T0BA660 the Highest Market Price and Unload the. BRANCH HOUSE at MORELAND. Same Day. We Pay inn: Teats In swine feeding at the Ohio iperlmcnt station show that pigs when fetl on corn alono mcke costly and lo icalns as compared with tho methods of using supluoro plemental feeds, aucb as tankage or klu milk, with com. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb 12. 1920 Get are TIE Most NINI.KV (fc'tlXO.iNr;HIT;TS. lvynNKKHNlyXOXVlliliLTNX, Tobacco ill Will :MBss.sssssssssssBI jllj ! H tWM t 'i 11 Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Offers You Good I 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. A SAFE Incorporated W. R. McCray, Manager. daughter, Mrs. It. - Hill at Mountain Ash. Mr. and Mrs. Hill arc receiving congratulations over the arrival of a handsome son, christened, William Oliver, in honor of its maternal grnnd-fathc.Mrs. Hume Tntum of Silver Creek, entertained the following young peo-p- ie of Paint Lick, in honor of her sister, Miss llodkins of McWhortcr: Misses Ileulah and Marie Ledford, Cynthia and Kllen Pruitt and Llxzle Conn, Messrs William Italston, Less and Goebel Pruitt and Morris Todd. Mr, John Campbell died Saturday Jan. 31st, at his home near hero of a complication of diseases. Deceased was 83 years old and has spent most of his life around here. He leaves n wife and three children to mourn his loss: Mrs. Jim Drown, Hug Cnmpbell nnd Miss Jane Campbell, who have the sympathy of this community. I- John R. Scott, Auctioneer. TEST l For tho.n who are In need of a remedy fur kidnny tmutles ami backache. substituted for her. It U a good plan to try Doun'a Kidney Mrs. K. C. I.lsle and daughter of Illln. They are strongly recommend-rof Miss by people Auk your Winchester, were visitors neighbor! Alma Lear last week. Mrs. II. P WaJtor. Hill Terrace. Paint Lick Garage reports the sale InrAtnr, nay', "l never fall to of one Studebaker and four ChevroprmUn Doan's Kidney I'llli, (or they are the most worthy remedy ami have let cars tho past week. Mesdamea llolman llrown and Virilonn nw much good on many occaspent the sion. For several ywira I have nut' gil Conn of Vmd (mm n lame and painful bark. week end with Mrs. Henry Conn. My kidneys haro alo been Irrvcular Messrs Woods Walker and H. J. In actUm tfcwn'a KWnry I'M hav Walker attended the funeral of Col. nlwaya removed every symptom o! Jack Chinn In llarrodsburg, Monday. times," kidney Mrs. Kd.l Williams. Miss Julia llurgcss of K. K. N. at ltichmond, spent the week end with Mrs. U. M. Hurgcss. Miss Hronston was on the sick list Monday and the eighth Krade pupils aurair PUBLIC SALE Thursday, Feb. 19 AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. As we are going away, I will sell trouble at e IXM.VH AI.WAYH ItBUAIH.B The Misses Lucile Lackey nnd Over eight year later Mrs. Walter Criscillis of Lancaster spent the Mid: "I haro tho grwttwt confidence week-enwith Miss Fannie Dowden. tn Doan's Kidney pills, I was free Mesdnmes K. - Woods, D. A. Her-vefrom kidney trouble for a long time, A. II. Kstridge and II. J. Patrick recently had a alight attack. I but shopgalrt Doan's Kidney I'llla und were in ltichmond Saturday they quickly relieved me." ping. Mllburn 80c, at nil dealer. Miss Ida Hurt nnd brother Sam, Co.. Mlm . lluflalo. N. Y. spent the week end in ltichmond the guest of their sister, Mrs. Ansil PAINT LICK. Ad-did Iy, tho at public auction at the ud rter Some Traveler. The earth travels more thnu half a billion mile In n )cur. parsonage, Manse, Ky, on the above date: One Ford roadster in good running order; One Registered ( Delayed) Parks. BAD GOLD GOT YOU? FEELING Mrs. John Stuart li on the Ick list. Miss Cora Hurt wns in ltichmond Monday. Mr. Iticlmnl Lackey was in Paint I.lrk Sunday ns usual. Miss Fannie Dowdcn is boarding with Mrs. Henry Conn. Mrs. Iloyil Coldiron and children nre visiting In U'xington this week. Misses Linu Kstridge ami Arnula Ilamscy spent the week end in Stan- ford. Mrs, Itoy Hayncs of llilltboro, O., has been the guest of Mrs. H. J. Walker. g Mr. T. J. Underwood has been his parents und relatives in Vil liainsburK. Messrs It. J. Walker, It. (5. Woods and J. N. Denny were in Lexington vis-Itln- last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Clark visited their daughter, Mrs. K. K. Estridge Monday, Mr. and ajrs. J. I). Wynn and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logtdon spent Monday In ltichmond. Mrs. Price Williams of ltichmond has been the guest t her daughter, Miss Mary Greer who has been the guest of Mrs. Henry Conn for several weeks returned to her home in Stanford last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley nnd little son of ltichmond nnd Mr. Adam-so- n took supper with Mrs. Sophia Trcndwny, Sunday. Miss Fannie Dowdcn who has been teaching for the past two years at Hrynntsville, has accepted n position in tho Peoples Hank nnd began her work, Monday. Mr. W, O. Anderson attended Court in ltichmond Monday, bringing Mrs. Anderson home with him In the afternoon, who was returning from her daughters. iicv. C. S. Kills filled his appointment at his new church Sunday. Itev, and Mrs. Kills did not leave last week as they thought, but may remain here until about tho first of March. Mr. and Mr. O. L. Hammack entertained the following at dinner on Sunday, Mr. W. O. Anderson, Mr, nnd Mrs. Thos. Logtdon, and daug. Italston, ter, Geneva, Mrs. Thos. Miss Willie Williams and He v. How-lin- g and Joe Uowman. Mrs. W. 0. Anderson has returned from a visit of several days to her GRIPPY? Jersey Cow, fresh in spring; one good farm mare, 12 years old, bred to Jack; All Household and Kitchen Furniture, including One Malleable steel range, good as new; Two Heating stoves; Coal Oil stove; Chickens, etc. Also a lot of Farm Implements, plows, gear, hog house and troughs, and many other things too numerous to mention. Dr. King's New Discovery eon starts you oa the road to recovery IrlwL nlwaya uxed. That's t'xprvmiloii, but one never nmillnMtit.t lti.a.1 I, I tn Dr. Klng'M New Discovery. t Vnll will llin ttr.wtt,. tlko wny It loosen tho ed cheat, soothes tho tortured throat, rillivti mi fill -I op n. n,w fil.l n i ' ......... a.ritu. ' couiili, croup. Tho klddlex ran take It In perfect safety, too. No bad after-effecKiflndanl half n century. iSOc. aud $1.3 a bottle. At your druggist. ONCE trllo IIL-i- K.-lwt. plilec'm-conKtu- "' t. TERMS Made known on day of Sale. Dot't Continue Constipated ftan't V.tMtll tnl(M (tlMUt t v.iiir titu'Ala I. .ill. Is.. w... ,u..iiI..Im keep the hodr cleunsetl of waatt matter with Dr. King's New Life Pills, Illllousness. sick headache, sour touiacli. Indigestion, illixlness. furred toucue, bad breath think of lbs em. barraiuirueuls and discomforts traceable to constipation. How easily Ihey'ro rectified tiy tha occasional um of Dr. King's New Ufa Pills. Wots the bowels smoothly but surely. Try them tonight. All drugu)U Isle, as usual. Mrs. W. M. ELDEIDGE MANSE, W. T. KING, Auctioneer. KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 2, 1 1 920 BUCKEYE ton Saturday. .Mr. Dee Fothrrgill was In nsvllle Saturday. .Mr. Lljrc Mr.Millian Dan Hay Monday. Mr. S. N. Morford was In l.cxlnc Nlchol- .Mrs. IF visited THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Mcdd T One Ton Truck was the first low price truck to cany the worm-driv- e llirnm Kay told a hone to Hoyd Davis of Madison county for ft 'JR. Mr Marion Calico of Mndison visited Mr, and Mrs. l.onzry Kay Sun-day. This Year Sees the Making Of Your Next President! A newspaper man whoso article in n Inrgcly-circulate- d Is world wide said a few weeks ago, In an weekly, that on the quality of our next President rested the future of the United States; tlint the next four years would Iw the most critical that this country had ever seen. : reputation that tremendous power delivering mechanism had previously been an exclusive feature with high priced motor trucks. In the Ford Truck, of manganese however, you get the lironzc material, absolute in strength and positive in the deliver)' of power, at a very low price. Come in and let us point out the many superior merits of the Ford One Ton Truck, because you need one in your work. Wc give prompt and efficient repair service. worm-drive Mr ond Mrs. A. C. Miles ond Mr. Haselden Bros BaraB " ,CSL ond .Mrs. Hubert Carter were in Lexington Mondny. Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Kdwnnls and daughters were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford Sunday. Miss Vcma Hay spent Saturday nnd Sunday with her Mrs. Wiley In Madison county. Hev D. F. Sebastian's subject Sun day was "If the Foundations be des troyed, what can the righteous do?" grand-mother, This statement Rccms, In the main, correct. There is no doubt in most minds but that wc are at present living In an artificial cm; nil sense of proportion as to wages and values is lost, the only reality seems to be the eternal facing of high costs. Labor Is asking, nnd conditions demand it, higher wages; shorter hours, which will necessarily lower production. but It is nlso asking -P- salm 11-- 3. Mr, nnd Mrs. Charlie White and son Cecil, of Valley View were guent of Mr Hiram Hay and family on Capital Is, In most instances, granting Jailor's demands, adding the extra cost of production thus Incurred to their selling price, and thus passing the burden on to the great middle class. These are the people who are most nircctcd by the high cost of living, nnd. unfortunately, they number by far the greater part of our population. Theirs Is the urgent need. Then there is the legislation in this country, culminating in the prohibition amendment, which has caused such unrest among a large number of our jteoplo who object to this suorvision by the government of their habits. Holshcvism nnd the I. V. W. movement has made sporadic cirorLs in various parts of the country to overthrow the government and though so far it has Ihmw defeated, it will still lear watching. Tuesday. Mrs. I.. F. Ilrown and Mr. Lorn Irvine nnd daughter, who have been sick several days are improving. Mr Tom Morford is suffering with tor.sthtis. A smnll child of Mr, Hill tton has ineumonin, Mr H. W San lers i sutTcring with his hand an I arm mused from a flight wound. DARTING, PIERCING f SCIATIC PAINS Fresh Gut Flowers Every Saturday Growing Bulbs of HYACINTHS, NARCISSUS, Give way before the penetrating effects of Sloan's Liniment rheumatic twlnsei and of lumbago, the of neuritis, the wry neck, the joint wrench, the ligament sprain. thea tnuicle strain, and the throbbing loin-ach- Profiteering is rampant, and so far all government regulations seem to have l?en incirective, nnd alwve all other perils, a riot of extravagance seems to jkmsgss nil the people, or at least the greater part of them. These are a few of the evils that will confront our next President and his Congress, and it Iwhoovcs every citizen of this United States to help, with every fibre of his lcing, in a proper selection. You can not help unless you nro informed as to what is going on in this country of ours. You can not know what is going on, unless you arc a daily reader of a metropolitan newspaper. The Louisville Herald is a newspaper of the highest type; a newspatwr that offers you all of the news of your city, state, country, and the world, gathered by the best news agencies of the world, prepared with greatest care by its own editorial stair, nnd delivered to ypu for less than two cents a day. So do the thou TULIPS, DAFFODILS The ("aie of applying, the quicknm of relief, the positive result!, the clean-linn- s, and the economy of Sloan's Liniment make it universally preferred. 35c, 70c. $ L401 bruite. McRoberts Drug Store TEATERSVILLE, KY. Miss Inez Ray was the week end visitor of Mi's l'cnchie Mae Sanders Mr K. it, Kay has returned home after several days stay in Lexington Mr. Doc Cotton of Richmond spent last week with his cousin Robert Long. Mr. nnd Mrs. Smiley Hill of Lan caster, spent Sunday at Mr. T. 0, Hill's. BARGAIN We have to offer OFFERINGS low prices nfTord a daily paper; you can not in those times afford to lc without one. No person who docs not keep informed those days can perform intelligently his duty at the polls. And the times demand that wc all do that. It isn't a question of being able to at very Ons newly, rebuilt Ford louring car, naw lop, new radiator and equipped with new lire,. One 1918 Ford touring car, new top and rood tires. One 1918 Ford touring car, original tcp and good tiret. agent for The Herald in your section, give hint your subscription NOW. If there is npt, clip the coupon lielow, and right now sondin your subscription to J If there is a local I One 1919 Chevrolet touring car, newly painted, new top and good tet lire,, demountable rinu. One 1917 Buick touring car, new top. One 1918 Chevrolet touring car. I Mis Elizabeth Walker was the guest of Miss Willie Hello Hoover Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Simpson of Lancaster, spent Sunday with relativ es at this plncc. A. T. Sanders, Mrs. Otto Simpson, nnd Mrs. Robert Kothergill are nura bercd among the tick in this vicinity. Little Miss Minnie Francis Wnlkcr spent last week with her grand-moter, Mrs. John Walkur in luincastvr. Mrs. James Sanders nnd little daughter, James Charlotte, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. E. I), h THE LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper DAILY Year you. Either of these cars can be delivered to you in perfect mechanical condition on short notlcu and at a Krcat saving to Paint Lick Garage PAINT LICK, KY. HY MAIL . In-- To any iwstofficc in Kentucky, , dlann and Tcnnesso. 6 1 Mo. Mo. MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. NAME Address Jit $5.09 3 Mm. 82.60 1 I Da NOt Stl(lt(la $ $ $ C Ray. Mirs Elizabeth Curtis of Stanford and Mr. Earl lironJdus of Lancaster were the pleasant gueits of Mr. Angle Sanders and sister Sundny. Robert Kothergill o!d a sow and rigs to Waller t.'row for $35., also i M 15 shtau a. 13 cents a pound and h sow for f!15. to other parties. Mrs. Tom Hicks and little daughter, Mrs. Henry Montgomery and children of liryantsvillu have returned home after savcrul days visit with their mother, Mrs. Mary Sanders. $1.40 50c Knrlnrd Find Check 1'or I'oslorfirc Order Kipreai Order Slate Term Here Mail following coupon with remittance at once. Don't be without The Herald for n slnclc day: Vcr Mo. 3 Mot. 4 Mo. .M n m m n ii The Louisville Herald 1 yr $5.00 The Central Record yr $ 1.50 1 the FLOUR that competes with QUALITY at a fair price made from selected Garrard County Wheat. Total WE WILL FURNISH YOU BOTH $6.50 DON'T DESPAIR If you are troubled with pains or aches; feci tired; havo headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful pass- agu of urine, you will And relief in PAPERS FOR ONE YEAR FOR 6. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, COLD MEDAL which means a saving to you of 50cts. Send your subscription ' to the office of KENTUCKY. Lk Tha woild'a standard rtmadjr for kldn.g, livtr, bladder and uric add Iroublta and National Kmdyot Holland sine 1694. Tbi.a altaa, all druggiM. Quaiantaad. f.r tb m. (UU MUI am avarr W aa4 laaUatiM M wpt te CENTRjAL RjECQRD The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Feb 2, 920 I 1 "He says I'm a good skate" Chesterfield pa! that's Chesterfield. F.(Mk nt Its record. Three million smokers less than five years on the market! Two words explain ll"7'iry Satiss" MISS PLINY Dy JACK LAWTON. 5ig i Tvjpc Poland China Sow Sale' 18, FJred A REAL IIH, Hnlim N.n.p lm.. Slew I'llny iHnned un lmEliiur looe Imlr illto till- - MIHMitll coll lit the hark of her hind hi In' reganlod mimII, hlueeytil girl, miIi-- I a tyiwwrllcr liewr by. Tin' llgure of the 0.irlhl. Wednesday, Feb. Lexington. AT TATTERSALL'S SALE BARN Snlc Slnrls nt l.'H) P. M, ,I tir CnlnloiJiic Wrile MimII hltltejei Our expert buyers In the Orient select for Chesterfields only the finest grade of the four choicest varieties of Turkish tobacco. To those are added the best of mild but Domestic leaf. Hut, In the end, it's the blend that makes Chesterfields "aaf forty." And the hlend-o- ur private formula cannot be couktt. V.xXtix wrapper of niojsturc-proo- f paper seals in the flavor. full-bodied m her fir I fllCU UKM drood denpoli-lll'lltl- , WMfHlly Mp Inline llitwk'li aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW aaaaam Baaaaaaaaaaaam avam 'aaaaai BBBBl CTv'fJ y. 7 A Fop a Year Courier-Journal 1 S5.00 Lexington Herald Lexington Leader More Than Skin Deep. np-- r I'.raJity l tnoro than kln e i Mil I't.Kul Htnte jmlillc li Mi MTttci'. Nnturnl liinuly In ii i' v ii nsn of lu'allli IIih' roitMi frnm kit'ilns tin timly clinn mill ti'tllnj jilt'iily of outiliHir ili-rii-- botit iiH4ii l(ir, Mwlwt etcr lmve , you done alone nil your In IliU Mi: cltyj I wiim thinking hImhu It In ft uislit nn I Mil In my mow. You Imd iiii told IHoimcetlmt )mi ImiiI admirer or loter to mku joii ulmuf. NuHber hare I, nor am likely to Imte, for it wh the Mime Imck homo where I Iimw eterylmdy, 1 wem to hnti' wlwcl Mime way tin ret of attraction. Or It tony he. Unit renin lug lh lurk of men' liiteret In my If, I crow pored ii ml tirrMiuie in tht4r oitHimnr. 1 ihm't kinm llie reu mhi, Irtil eomlltlniM an- - nut likely to hnprwte In n city where I mhi u while Hie riil hate too IWtHf kimhI IImh-- of their tmn to hold er ne.mt lonely me. Ml I'llny, dear. Itmv il Jim ur Umo and keep I'llny," the girl nuked, m aware ut tlu aymtliy in tin ett-lng- CLIFTON RODES, Burgin, Ky. GOLD OR TINSEL WHICH DO YOU PREFER? The Iniul flowing with milk nnil honey exists in imairirmtlon only, but the home of peace nnil comfort fa beckoning to every young ninn in tin community. If you squander your earnings you accumulate only the tintel of life. If you wive and intent them you reap the gold. Hegirt with n saving account nt thin hank. Time will take care of the real. fine iier 1 Mmi, h froHi utter iImIIimwiT" The eWer woman HI. (lllll lUe"I MM! t ink KIJMttf tioti," He 'until I learied how tn ttHt. ami lM)tinv. .M .ieur ViuNH." .Mhw Ithtj Ut.-f..r ward. Iwr ttervwil ey parklliiK. te riHt. Jlt - cl. ui The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. d I lA.r i -.i'-- ItlcMy (tlvm-tlt- Mlr ml llity I !i'ii! i i I t tnm(. "iiw iMNi't num." In ufftwt, "that )m kti4 libout ynr ! rotwrnwl wi-t- r THE NATIONAL BANH OF KANCASTriS. ANY OF THESE DAILY PAPERS. Louisville Times Courier Journal with Central Record $6.00 For (lie t liib oftVrf of Icodmt publications feu tis Small Drain Punlcd. vlnrtliic lih iN nnnt nlo rnme torn vUlt. nrrUlus " tlio train ktinwn as the, wiiiilcrliir It ovr In milk train. Afl-lii llttt liniln for koiiii lime, lnvl turn nl to mi. nnil mM: ".Maininn. Imw I ilo tliejr milk tli nillk train?" U'lilli Ia-wcmnij-iimihrr'r Pork tn nil In Olden Tlmea. WGRoberts Drugstore BUY JR. IN winter Soil rich, mn.lv .am well lpt-- ! for oil ample ffiip corn, at. w)tutiH'. r.itton- aii'l ut;r Splendul rune in nliumlancrMhuoVa. THK Mltilll.ASns Climate miM. cVtn ml liMllUlful ment t.rt nway from the riKcroua HOME II K It K t MM ATE A N .SOU. AUK N'KVKIt h I.Ol'ISIANA Trm $0 caiili, no further payhal-nni- Tort, wnii the elilef mint conumeil countries In i:urt. ilnun to the mlilillo nK'1. liiiHutiM. ilroti- - of pic ven kept liy CliHrlcitusne In hla fory est In the ninth eiiitury. In hi of the liMiiuitlon, pullliiil In IS17. Uorerito atnlet thnt In Spain Hint who 1II1I not like xirk were trleil by tie InqulHltloii n nin.rtit Jewx. "111-lor- IDLE 'c for three yearn, then in live iintiual iaymenta. to pay for land. Seven n. Wtii ul once for further yr infor-inntio- I'ric cre (Juoil roaila. Any io trncta from 40 10 per acre up only S. T. ItANDIX CO.. S02 I'nyrttr Hank Building. KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON. Ocn't Chooee the Eaiy Tatki. - well for yoillic people toelHHMe ii'e work wlili h i.minN with their ' nnd utittllrtoillonK. Imt never iift-llie niUtnke of mipiotliii; tlwt pleaiHitit. i'H work will lie nltncettn-I'Iht.' U no ocrupiilloti wltliout noine 'ilaery. There la no miecei wltlinnt you will j'.re ..1, iver do nil) tiling " !'. ipience wltlumt ilolns aoiue do not like. lrlt. It e r )ii I WMch Shall OIRLSI flower." iiis .ntljr. tmttde! Mtm I'llny. "li t rtmml her typ.w'rttw. Cap! rul 'I n't hn." abo wild lauchliurly, w iliat lniniili'H ii kHiely et A II. PENNY, rrosnlent. t. J. E. STORM ES, ii i..' S. C. DENNY, Cnahtcr C. M. THOJII'ON, Teller. The elder wmmh tttlod the elrl Aid, a Iwermahle rxrewilHt, J. I!. HAUKIS, Individual who h her aiM'talix Ih the ertke ree- HUGH MOIJLEY. Cenornl irit'.lliHC mH' clever o.i. "l a l"Hc l'Uiie tetilHre, Mlm Illuy heen a talueil, HhwrIi .silent metulier of the rlrm. "IIikmI nlxlit!" ihhMih Jim Hratlley WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. toHanl her ilek at he took Ills G. II. Swincbrond, Alex II. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stoiw.ca, (!ihh niglit !" enlleil Hilly S. C, Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directow. lllalr. the otllee ftorlte. Mlsi I'llny ritiMiiided iilienlly. .hti was thinking of little Violet, and wondering Impa tlrutly why thee katne giHMMooklin: honet young fjllimM could pn herl enos iPENcnn. e.. liy, pretty each day, without IS. C. HAKK1S. Via-Pa gleam of Interest lu their facei? Mla B.IL USDiCY.SV. I'llny knew the llrmi emplojees; they were sikh! hoy a, nnd Mrnlght on the road to Miecrm. It was nit Violet The other merry glrN of the ollln- ri'fu-.- il to rwosnlzo liw cxUt' elKe. The clrl Mlppl Into her clmlr next l nitriiliic with her usual --V t -- rPcrr.Tco Kreeiini;. mm It wmh not until iieNr 321 CUT! I. I'llny heenme rloilnc time thnt 5ll Compivto o rrjrrCommerciulXc .t!ora!Trr...;;nj'. Hwnre of a eertnln miImImimI excitement In her mnuner. Vlolet'a hllie eye Kllnt secure IV t i cnl, Payinr Results. Catalarruo twnt ur-o11I. her pale iheeka vre tluliel with color. .MK I'llhy," lle mi. nt lat hrentli "iho mot womlerful thlni: hat Impl'.'iicl. I don't know how to explain It, nod do not know, miutly, wlint to do. PletM udWe me. On my deik. when I ramu hark finiii lunch, wiut ;i tlnrlt' Imx IIII11I with clorlous ml Ited roiw, Ml I'llny, with mi audacious ennl reMilliii;. "Itiil for line.' .Volutin: more, Minn I'llny, No flue ut ull ui to the llie iim Mi):e hud apparently tieen written by llie lloriM, for wlieu I nilleil up to leuni the name of the doner. Hie elerk Informeil me that the ivr-dUtiuetly ilied to reiiiiiln unknown. I lme met no men here, MIh I'llny, Mitt IIiom' In the olllre. nnd ini know, how likely they uouM lie, to mmhI uie 50,000. Surplus 30,000. Vice-I'res- wl ISook-kecpc- r. Book-Kccpe- r. ld Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. nltnut a r nix-nl- Commercial School .rsr:x3 lov-oloi- ' lly, 1 roe. roe, STOP! AND LOOK! LISTEN! "Jut lp, " ,, 1 out." II.MUMN W. JOII.VSOX. i rd I. fMITII wait nnd kei'p iiilet," iiiIImi rimy NUeiy; "irillll Will We nre equipped with machinery to do nil kinds of Trv. fcjczjczic: 17-- ? L)LJCZ3 fif -- llIMMi. IUi.MLhM'r I un ! 1. M(f iiiVi:i.i. ti.luttal k. I ir 11 i. -- 7 I- I UNPR OTECTED PROTECTED C. Gaines General Afjent Lancaster, Ky. A jJmmonweaMlwmanee PaJicvMsanrPmieeiion RECORD OF GROWTH FOR FOURTEEN YEARS Imix of fmcratit had heeii Jlin Itritdley approarheil MIm I'llii) d"k. ".so (he ipiiet one hni u utlnieninl admirer." he Mild hiuchliiiily. ioiei i nit my enoucu to mite ihwen of admirer," .MNt I'llny lruMUely retorted. And Jim llrmlley, imimlln.. recNrded "llli u new IIkIiI lu IiIh eye the U.w.il head of llie little uteiMiirrupher. Hilly ltliilr, pjikulnc later, iiiotloiuil touurd the orlnisiHi hliHim. -Trlhute of dototlonr he nked .MIkh I'llny, "or tire we ttiriitni: Into coUMrtiitor) V Mlfci I'llny mulled. "IVvolwti would lialurnlly he Violet' trtbulit," che roe Afler the fourth AUTOMOBILE GAS ENGINE 11 11 REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. We have installed battery charger and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding wo can weld 'most any broken part of an gas engine or farming machinery. At r.nv time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be. glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too smnll. We also carry a Inrge stock of auto parts for Iords and other makes of cars. We handle the Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wnsli and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day nnd Night. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mp-cliino 11 auto-mobil- e, a I.I. Hilly Itlalr pizml Into the Iwpplly imiixfiiruiiMl fa iv of the Meuoaniidier. 111 IIhhikIi he uure, for the time. s her. nt New-Crow- Jllfa I'llny, mhiIihI hefore insurance in roxcf 1010 1010 DEC. 31, ion.... ltd (14 laj.ojo 310. 040.110 1919 $3S,0O0,Ou0 iti.sta roucita in roace $20,022,032 COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANCE LOUISVILLE, KY, CO. fevernl weeks later, looked up to Violet atumllui; klduliiK-eyiN- l hefore her. "Unite MUnelhliii: In Ull mi," -n Violet anlil, "InHue tit he mar rled, nnd to Hilly lllalr. JIM I'llny. Jim Hmdley netuully tukiil me. too. It l all mi remurkahle, l.a-l- i of iIiomi fiMdUh lHia liihhte umu hellevlni; that the oilier eut ine IIohitk! .So, of course, my rtil ni.e could hate rwiuo fnuu neither. I lioiie," Vlolet'a rucllant eyes clouded, "Unit whoeter It n, will not he unhappy." "Who It won't he," ill I'llny hrUkly re.pondeil. "Wliin-te- r It. w la haipy, Indeed. She'a heen liutliiir an other of her Ute affnlra." 111 her ilek w' HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. Patrick & Conn. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 12, 1920. w -- Sowder, Reed, Stnnfonl, Sanford, I J. Simpson, Mr. Fatsy, Judion, LICENSES. Sweeney. J. V, tancastcr. (Sutton, Wm. Lancaster, Simpson, John W. Ijincnster, The following I n list of those Sanders. Mm. Charlie, Ijincaster, obtained Do, License for itcnster. i Smith, Wm., Ijincnster, the year 1020; u. 11. uincnsicr, I swincoroaii, LANCASTER DISTRICT NO. 1. Schooler, urovcr .ijincaster, Klmnmn. Irvln. Jililinn. UNntr roil irani NumUr Dofi Snmicr, S. T, Ijincaster, I ' 1 Sowder, F. Stanford, Arnold. Clayton, Ijmcaster, 1 Sowder, F.dwnrd, Stnnford. AMriilRv. Ham, Lancaster 1 Stevens, A. l. Stanford, Anderson S. (J. Ijincaster, 1 Sutton, Marshall. Ijincaster, Attain Rufus. Judion, 1 Smith, Luther, Ijincaster, Arnold Frank, Ijincaster, 1 Simpson, Nathan, J. Ijincaster, Arnold T. M., Lancaster, 1 Tenter, Homer, Ijincaster; Arnold Ashby. Lancaster 1 Tracey, Thomas, Ijincaster, Anderson. J. K. Ijincaster, I Turner, M. O. Lancaster, Aldriilpe, Joe, Ijincaster, 1 Thomns, Alvin, Ijincnster, Anderson, 0. II. Stanford, 1 Trlbble, J, U Ijincaster. Amon, J. A. Jjincnster. 1 Tomlinson, Hnrry, Ijincaster, Allen, l.ee, tjincuster, 1 Walton. I. J. Ijincnster, Hourne, J. P. Ijincaster 1 Wllmot, H. F. Uncnster, Ilourne, Wesley, Lancaster, 1 Wilmot. Wood, Ijincnster, llarnes, Lizzie, Ijincaster, - Walker, A. K. Ijincaster, Ilrown. Richard, Ijincaster, 1 Hlnck, Austin, Ijincaster, Wnrren. Howard, Ijincnster, 1 White, Mnrcus, Ijincnster, Ilcaxlcy, J. A. Ijincaster, 1 Watkins, Wm, Ijincnster, Ileatley, Lucile, Ijincaster, 1 Wnlker .Miley, U. Ijincaster, Ijincaster Hourne. Sam, 1 Yantis, T. L. Ijincaster, Hettis. W. S. Ijincaster, 1 Yatcr, Henry, Lancaster, Ilrown. P. T. Ijincaster. 1 Voter, Robert, A. Ijincnster, lllnnks, J. P. Lnncnstcr, 1 Ilrown, Jnmes II. Ijincaster, Bryanttvilla District No. 2. 1 Ilrown, W. II. I.anciutcr, 1 Adnms, II. F. Lnncnstcr, Ilourne. Price. Ijincaster Adums, Clyde. Ijincnster, Ilurnside, Robert, Ijincaster, Aldridgc. G. II, Ijincnster. Ilcngc, James. Ilourne. Adams, J. E. Ilrynntsville. Ilenzlcy. W. II. Ijincaster Adnms, Joe. Ijincnster, Mack. Mills, Judson, Anderson, Wm, Ilryantsville, Hlnck. Ollie. Judson, Hence, John. Ilrynntsville. llarnes, William, Lnncnstcr Ilrock, Harry Lancaster, Ilnrkcr. K. W. Ilourne, Ilourne Frank, Ijincaster, Ilnrkcr. Curt, Ilourne. Ilcazlcy, Sam, Ijincaster Hrynnt. John, Ilrynntsville. Ilcazlcy. Isaac Lancaster, Ilurton, R. I. Lancaster, Ijincaster lllnnks. Wm. Mnrksbury. f lark, Lcn, Clnrk, Sam. Ijincaster, Ilnllnrd, Rny, Ilrynntsville, Cox, J. S. Ijincaster llnllnrd, Florence. Ilrynntsville, Howling, W. S. Ilourne. Cnsey, William, Lancaster Conn, T." W. Ijincaster, Ilnck, A. J. Ilucna Vista, Conn, John, Ijincaster, ilnrkcr. G. T, Hourne, Cox, Eli, Stanford. Hnrker, Elmer, Hourne, Hcnge, John. llrynntsvillo, Cralfr. J. M. Lancaster, Criscillis, Joe, Ijincaster, Ilnllnrd, J. Hogan, Ilrynntsville Criscillis, J. M. Ijincaster, Ilnrkcr. ILL. Hourne, Conn, James G. Ijincaster, Curtis, Floyd, Ijincnster, Clnrk, Clay, Lancaster, Crnnk, Leonnrd. Hourne, Doolin, W. T. Marccllu. daft, J. T. Judson, Champ, W. F. Lnncnstcr. Dorton, W. A. Ijincnster, Dennis, Frank. Ijincaster. Dorton, Moses, Ijincaster, Dickcraon, J. K. Ijincaster, Durham, Jnmes, Ilrynntsville, Denn, Irvin. Hourne, Dcshon. W. P. Stanford. Duddcrnr, Daviil. Gilberts 'Creek, Denn. Harrison, llounie. Denny, W. II. Ijincaster Dean, A. S. Ilourne, Doolin, W. T. Ijincaster, Dean, J. H. Ilrynntsville. Kmbry, W. S. Ijincaster, Duncnn, Wm. Ilrynntsville. Kason, James, Ijincaster, Duncnn, Wn., Ilrynntsville, Kstes, S. II. Lancaster, Duncan, L'. A. Hourne 1 Edwards, J. M. Mnrcellus, Kates, Andrew, Judson, I Edwnrds, Harry, Marccllus. Mites, A. N. Judson, I I Edwnrds, Jnmes II. Marccllus, Foster, James, Lancaster. I Evuns. T. I). Evans. Marccllus, Fntherpill. Curtis, Lancaster, I I Fox, R. R. Ijincaster, Gulley, J. W. Lancaster 1 Folgcr, Eugene. Marccllus, Green, Joe, Lancaster, 1 Gastincnu, J. C. Lancaster, FolKer, F. N. Marccllus, 1 ' Grow, N. T. Ijincaster, Gastincau. Ilryan, Lancaster, 1 Hutchinson. Joe. Ilryantsville. (iabbard. Boone, Lancaster, Gnines, K. C. Lancaster, Huffman, Jnmes, Lancaster, Gastincau, Robert, Lancaster Hughes, Fisher. Lancaster, Hurt, Henry, Lnncnstcr, liuir. Lnyton. Ilucna Vista. Hamilton, Jo. I. Lancaster 2 Hutrman, G. II. Hourne, 1 Huffman, Price, Hourne, Henry, J. T. Lancaster, 1 Huchet, Fred Lancaster Huffman, Taylor, Ilourne, Herrinjr, Fisher and wife Lun. 4 llenninger. C. Huena Vistu, 1 Hudson, Wm, Huena Vista. Holtzclaw, John M. Stanford 1 Hudson. Hud. Ilucna Vista. Humphrey, Herman, Judson, Hudson, II. F. Ijincaster, Ham. Millard, Ilrynntsville, I Hill. S. L. Lancaster, Huffman, Scott, Hourne, House, Taylor Lancaster Ham, J. P. Ilryantsville. Hubbard, Edd. Lancaster Hulctte, Edd. Marcellus. Hamilton. J. II. Lancaster, Humphrey. Homer, Hourne, Humber Charles, Lancaster, Huffman, Hen, Hourne, Joseph, Adolph, Lancaster, Hampton Sisters, Marccllus, Jenkins, Parker, Lancaster, Humphrey, Luther, Hourne, Kinnaird, V. G. Lancaster, Humphrey. Herbert Bourne. ' Kelley, Joe, Lancaster, 1 Hulcomb, H. H. Uryantsville. Kinjr, W. T. Jr., Lancaster, 1 Lemoy. Louis, Uoume, 1 Kinnaird, Lillian and Kate, Lan. Lane, Mrs. Sallic, Huena Vista Kennedy, John, Lancaster 1 Uy, D. M. Ilryantsville. KavanauKh, John, Lancaster, Middleton, Dick, Huena Vista, Long, Wm. Lancaster, Montgomery. Arthur, --Hourne, Lee, J. A. Lancaster Montgomery. Henry, R. Hourne, Lear, V. A. Lancaster, Morford, James, Huena Vista, Ijine, Felix, Lancaster, Moreland, O. M. Rryantsville, Lonn, Ilros, Lancaster, Montgomery, W. II. Hurgin, Ij;ar, Wm. Lancaster, Montgomery. F. W. HrvnnUville. Lognn, II. T. Ijincaster, i.Mc.Murtry. it. t. uuena Vistu, 1 Lone. M. D. Lancaster, McQuerry, Frank. Ilrynntsville Lee, W. K. Lancaster, 1 McQuerry, W. J. HryantiHi. j Lcavell, Taylor, Luncnater, 1 Mckechnie, Mrs. L. 11. Mnrcellus, Leavell, Tom Pat, Lancaster, 1 Onstott. Wm. Hourne. Leavell, Kph. Ijincaster, 1 Perkins, E. W. Ijincaster. Marksbury, F. II. Ijincaster, Prather, Clark, Mnrcellus, McQuerry. Luther, Lancaster, I'icrcc. Joe, Ilryantsville, Marsec, Noah, Lancaster, Ray, Hunter, Hourne, r Marsec, Tom, Lancaster, Rny, Hendren, Hourne, Miller, John. W, Ijincaster, Rose. R. L. Mnrcellus. Middleton. Johnson, F. Judson, Scott, Klccir, Mrs. Uuenu Vista, Moss, Walton E. Ijincaster, Swope, II. P. Ijincaster. ttlason, W. II, Ijincaster, Shearer, G. U. Ilourne, Montgomery. W. II. Lancaster, bams, Kufus, Hourne, Morris, John. Judson, Stone, Horry, Hourne, Mnnuel, A. J. Stanford, Sutton. James. Ijincaster. Morgan, (5. A. Lancaster, Saddler. Claude, Ijincnster, HcMiilian. Tom, Lancaster, Stone, J. a. Ijincaster, Morgan, Sffcency, Lancaster, Smith, Anron, II., Mnrcellus, Marsee, George, Lancaster, Tuylor, Vnrdy, Mnrcellus, Tnylor, Walker, Marccllus, Marsce, James. Lancaster, Naylor, II. L. Judson, Inyior, Herbert. .Murcellus, Naylor, T. L. Judson, Thompson, G. W. Ilourne, Kay lor, S. It. Judson, Tracey, R. - Ilourne, Naylor, J. D. Judson, Wylie. Ilhoilu, Ilryantsville, Naylor, Leonard, Judson, Buckeye District No. 3. Naylor, Kdd, Ijincaster, Nnylor, R. S. Ijincaster, Hallow, C. S. Ijincnster, Nuylor, Casey. Ijincaster, Brown, R. 11. Lnncnster, Naylor, I. F. Ijincaster, Bolton, C. B. Ijincnster, Ollls, Willie, Lancaster, Baker, Ed, Ijincastur, Bronddus, Robert. Ijincaster Perkins, L. K. Lancaster, Purcell, Mike, Judson, Carter. Malvern, Ijincaster, Casey, Mrs. W. T. Ijincaster, l'nrson. St. I). Lancaster, Chance, I). C. Lancaster, P Hard, Mason, Ijincaster, Creech. Charles, Lnncnstcr, Pelphrcy, 1). II. Lancaster, Cobb, Linn, Ijincnster, Pollard, Tom, Lancaster, Crews, Wm. Ijincaster, Price, Dr. A. S. Stanford, Dailey, Arthus, Ijincaster Pruther, John, Lancaster, Dailcy, McClelland, Lancaster Palmer, W. A. Ijincaster, Dailey, John II. Ijincaster, Posey, J. II. Lancaster, Dailey, Wllbert, Lancaster, Palmer, J. W. Ijincaster, Davis. Harmon. Ijincaster. Rich, S. L. Lancaster, 1 Davis, Hunter. Ijincaster, Rigsby, J. C. Lancaster, 1 Durham, Burton, Ijincaster, Ray, Tom, Ijincaster, 1 Dailey, Edd, Lancaster, Kaney, J. T. Lancaster, 1 Fletchcr.W. I. Paint Lick, Raines, Herod, 8. Judson, 1 Guy, C. G. Ijincaster Raney, Luther, Lancaster, 1 Guy, Thomas, Lancaster, Itlgsby, S. C. Stanford, 1 Hoover, Tilden, Ijincaster, Ray, J. 1. Lancaster, 1 Harvey, Mattie, Ijincaster, Ray, J. A. Lancaster, Hill. T. O. Lancaster, Ray, Sam, Judson. Hill, J. T. Lancaster, Ray, (3. N. Judson, Hall, G. V. Uncaster, Itav. Clavton. J. Judson. 1 Highland, Homer, Paint Lick, Robinson. Arthur. Lancaster Hall, Amon, Lancaster, Smith. Mrs. W. A. Lancaster 1 Hicks .James, Ijincaster, Stevens, David, Stanford, 1 Hurt, James, Lancaster, Simpson. Wm. M. Judson, LIST OF DOG who-hav- I- 1 Johnson, Caleb, Lancaster, URYANTSVILLE 1 King, W. - Paint Lick Kurtz. II. M. Ijincnster. Mrs. 11, C. Roso has been on the Kelley, Walter. Ijincnster I 1 sick list Long, Jesse, Ijincaster, 1 Ijind, Frank, Lnncnstcr, Mr. Henry Ruble ha been on Li Land, Jnmes Ijincnster, 1 the sick list. Long, Knrl, Ijincnster, , I.ognn, Hownrd. Ijincnster, I Mrs. Tiney Chenthnm hns been 111 1 I.ognn, John, Ijincnster. for severnl days. R. W. Lnncnster, 2 Locker, 1 Lognn, Walker, Ijincaster, Prof. T. II. Grinter spent the wtck Miles, A. C. Ijincaster. I end in Frankfort. 1 Mnupin, Johnfc, Ijincnster, Mcpjrs W. J. Broaddus nnd II. II. I Mnstcrs. John A. Ijincnster. Hnlcomb were in Islington Tuesday 1 Moore. Mlllnrd. Ijincnster, Mny, Tnlton. Ijincnster, h on business. Moberley, Mrs. C, M. Ijincaster, I Miss Idn Spenke was the ieek end Matthews, Jnmes, Ijincnster, 2 guest of Mr, and Mr. R. K. Spenke 1 Pollard, Wm. Ijincnster 1 Pnrson, I). W, Lnncnster, of Ijincnster. Prnther, Willie, Ijincnster, I Miss Mildred llenzley of Ijincnster 1 Prnther, Jesse T, Ijincnster, Prewitt, Jnck, Ijincnster, 2 substituted Inst week in the 1 grades. Prcwitt, N. U IjincmtT. 1 Prnther, Snm, Lnncnster, Mr. nnd Mr. N. T. Grow nnd Mr. I can you a 1920 Model 1 Prcwitt, Snm, Ijincnster, nnd Mrs. Lee Grow were Lexington 1 Prewitt, Klzy. Richmond. five BUICK, visitor Tuesdny, 1 Prewitt. Jnmes, Brndshnw Mill, I Italncs U. G. Ijincnster. Mr. nnd Mr. W. K. Davis and Mr. Rny Hiram, Ijincnster, I complete with cover, tircr tube Hownrd King were In Lexington on 1 Rny Alex, Ijincnster, Monday shopping. No-Gla- re 1 Rny Clny, Ijincnster. bumper for $1650. lenses, 1 Rny Floyd, Ijincnster, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Perkins nnd 1 Rny, Mose, Ijincnster, Mr. J. C. Willinms were In Dnnville Rny. Oscar. Ijincaster. 1 shopping, Mondny. 1 Ray, George. Ijincaster. Ray. Sim, Ijincnster, I Mis Lou Kiln Doolin spent (he er Compare this wonderful 1 Ray, E. II. Ijincnster, week end with her cousin Miss Alllo Rny, Amon. Lnncnitcr . 1 Doolin of Buckeye. Economy its record BUICK Rny. Joe. Ijincaster. 5 Dr. William Pryor of Ijincnster, Rny, John, Ijincaster, the 1 Simpson, W, E. Lancaster, spent n few day Inst week with Mr. Simpson, Andrew, Ijincnster, 2 Forrest Curtis nnd fnmily. you will find as it is have, 1 Simpson, O. K. Ijincaster. Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn of Ijin 1 Simpson, Jnmes. Ijincnster. value on the Sebustinn, W. T. Ijincnster, 3 cnster, wns the attractive guest Inst 1 Sparks, J. F, Ijincnster, week of Mr. Ed.l Perkins. 1 Scuddcr. Emerson. Ijincnster. Buick Company builds seven Mr. nnd Mr. Russell P, Ilrown uu 1 Sebnstian, Thomps, Lnncnster, Stevens, C. C. Ijincaster, 2 receiving congratulations; over the the 1 arrival closed Sebastian, Leslie. Ijincnster, of n little baby girl. 1 Mmpson. Hollo, Lnncnstcr, Miss Emmn Wnlker of Lancaster 1 Sebnstinn, Marion. Ijincnster, models. I has accepted the intermediate grades Simpron, Irvin, Ijincnster. 1 Sebustinn. Butler. Ijincnster. In the Ilryantsville High School. Tenter, Kirby, Ijincnster, I Call me Conn & Conn's MIm Lucy Trumbo of Ijincnster 1 Todd, C. B. Paint Lick. Teater, Allen. Lnncnster. I spent the pust vek with her grandConn Bros., store if you in1 allien Brothers. Ijincnster. parents. Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. A. Trumbo 1 Wheeler. Sim, Ijincnster, tend to buy a new or a Good Mrs. John W. Hrynnt is in Rich1 Wnrmoth, Peyton, Richmond, mond where she hns undergone an I have several used in Paint Lick, D!irict No. 4. operation. Her many friends wish 1 Adams. John. Stanford. used BUICKS, Fords, Etc. her n speedy recovery. 1 Adnms. Frnnk. Stanford. 1 " Adams, Leslie, Stnnfonl, 1 Anderson, II. I Crnb Orchard, Also sell Reo 1 Ilurnside, J. (,. Ijincnster, 1 Brnshenr. 11. P. Puint Lick. tl Ilnllnrd. Edd. Pnint Lick. BUT IS NOT 1 linker. Tom, Crnb Orchard. 1 Bell. Ira, Paint Lick. 1 Centers. Tnndy, Pnint Lick. FOR 1 Conn, Hugh, Pnint Lick, 1 Childer. Wm. Pnint Lick. 1 Coldiron. J. I. Pnint Lick. Mis. 1 Collctt. Wm, Stanford. Cnrtcr, J. D. Cartersvllle. 2 Er-o- r 1 She Clnrk. M. C. Pnint Lick. 1 L. B. CONN, Chnmp. Jnmes, T. Pnint Lick, I Doty. A. II. t'nint Lick.. JudgIn I Duncnn. Bob, Paint Lick, Box 486. Ky. I Elam. Eli. Crnb Orchard, J Elnm, G. W. Crnb Orchard, 1 Furr, W. II. Crab Orchurd, 1 Fnulkner. Carrie. Paint Lick. 1 Louisville, Ky.. Feby. 11th. FreGreen. George. Paint Lick. 1 quently Green, G. M. Ijincnster. people nre loath to admit SAVE DOLLARS 1 Green, Clnrcnce. Pnint Lick. mistakes that time hns proved to be 1 Henderson. S. C. Paint Lick. You can save n good many dollars in error, but here is one instance 1 Henderson, W. A. Paint Lick, Classified Column Louisville where the party con- this year by keeping your stock in 1 in Henderson, J. G. Paint Lick, 1 Henderson, G. M. Paint Lick, cerned is only too glad to admit her Kootl condition. II. A. THOMAS' Henderson, Mrs. Belle, Paint Lick, 1 mistake. She is Mrs. Julia Spalding STOCK HKMFJ)V will help you save RATESi 1 Hounshell, G. C. Crab Orchard. of 3004 West Walnut Street, a very these dollars for it will keep all your 1 Hutchihs. W. M. Crab Orchnnl. SIrilfU Insertions le a word well known woman in her neighbor- stock in perfect health at a very lit1 Hert. Wm. Paint Lick. tle cost. A Kcnuine tonic, worm No ad taken for less than 20c 1 hood. Jennings, Sam, Paint Lick. and conditioner. We sell it. Longsworth, John, Crnb Orchard. 1 "Yes, I'll admit that I did have in this colamn. No ads in this 1 Lnkes, Tim. Cnrtersville. much faith in Trutona because I had W. A. DICKKItSO.V, Lancaster. Ky. column charged. Ledford, C. II. Pnint Lick. (Advertisement. tnken so mnny different kinds of Lawson, Mose, Crab Orchard, Seven insertions for the medicine without gaining relief," Leavell, George, Paint Lick, price of five. .Vendors, M. F. Pnint Lick. Mrs. Spalding snld a few days ago. Keport of the I'oatlUlou Mitchell. Wm. Pnint Lick. Phone orders must ! paid "I only decided to try it aftc I Miller. J. II. Crnb Orchnrd. promptly. fount) out thnt it had done, so much OK TIIK Wm, Pnint Lick. aC Mnrthbnnks. good to some of my neighbors. Now, Mosier. Lizzie. Pnint Lick. Miller, A.C. Stnnford, Trutona ha done me so much since Co Miller, G. W. Crab Orchard. good I am ready and glad to praise G&rrardBank& For Sale:Somc baled timothy Morgan, J C. Crab OrcJj.'d, it, Owens, J. A. Crnb Orchnrd. )Uuk iloliif tiuitup.t (2-l Laiira.Lr tf) fc'. J. y. Sweeney. "I didn't have any appetite und Cuui.tr of UminUSliK ol Kentucky, Pingleton, George Cnrtersville, BUHINk my liver wus out of order. ConseON 1IIK ATTIIK Price, R. Z. Pnint Lick. For Sale Some nice timothy hay, Palmer, Will, Luncnster. quently I woji annoyed with bilious(g.6-3- t baled. A. V. Kavanaurh Robinson, S. M. Puint Lick, 30th. duy of Jnn 11120. ness nearly all the time. I became Routt, Jnmes, Ijincnster, FOIt UrN'T; House and some. very weak, too. My next door neighRnlston, Jnmes, P. Pnint Lick. Kood tobacco land for year 1920. KkJOUll'K. bor ndviscd me to try Trutona. Well, Rnmsey, C. L. Crnb Orchard, Mrs. Henrietta I'endlcton, Rosi, Amelin, Pnint Lick, regnrdless of the fnct that I am get- Lu.u. mil IHuhjuuU ud ....I u:.:il rjt uumtif 4 Roberts. Andrew, Pnint Lick. ting well along in years, Trutona has Utittrli..iTcurt oib.r Mcurmr. imu no MiKki. tuiil. Smith. II. G. Paint Lick. , Hove a tood ford tourtnK car that done mo a world of good. I'm r..h uu Land IV II I SI Saddler. W. B. Paint Lick. M.MII I will sell or trade for team mules. sleeping well at night now, instead (tliMkl, kU.tultMtCk.ll itU Scott. E. II. Crnb Orchard. Kt iiuui O. C. Wnlker. Shepherd. J. I.. Pnint Lick. of being restless as wns formerly the lUtiklns ToUl Wntkins, G. W. Cartmville. case. In fact I have gained in I'OK SALK A Kood UAlill.mi! Watkins. J. L. Conway, team of strength, likewise. After I had horse mult ready for work, Wntkins, M. A. Conway, r.IUl M4k r4M In, In sn.lt taken Trutona a week I began to liim.lu, runt Wrenn. Tom, Paint Lick. J. II. Woods, Manse, Ky. .r. Jl.ue ixlltidni num.. ! notice a marked improvement." Worrell. W. T. Crab Orchard. I4.M II .ml Lira IMtWt hSUX4 l Trutona is now being Introduced li.t.lt.iiMrtlob-Worrell, E. T. Crab Orchnnl FOR SALK; A Kood pair of Tlm iK4 M Woo.ls, E. I Pnint Lick, and explained in Lancaster at Ill) O.lIIBrJ L'uM-k- . draft mares, 6 and C years old. (lood Wynn, J. II. Pnint Lick. Drug Store. wkcra. Dr. I'rlntns Walker. Wynn, W. C, Paint Lick. (Advertisement. Yenkey, G. K. Crab Orchurd. i AO Hi. i.l,t DlrliLuiti uu FOR SALK: OlUf LLtillltlra lint Ineludril Good farm of CO KENNEL LICENSE. ,: ii FOR SALE: Nice mure mule, ilrr aliruf SIMM a IifJ ncres, well improved and will grow C. F. Rankin, Ijincaster, years old. See Walter Grant four Ti4al tobacco. J. II. Woods, Manso Ky. Alex Lavton, Lancaster W. It. Cook. at Cook place. George Ilurton. Ijincaster, MLI ul Kttituvkr. Couuljriil ll.tr.t'l.Hct. K. MrllnuriK ami J W Kluiulf l'rl. tv. lt. II ay den I.envcll. Ijincnster. NEW FEED STAIlLEi I have uammt llaus rtrulamt I'aablcr ul lu II. F. and Humphrey Chirk Judson 8 to Milvmnif .arar tkal the al'ita alaltiscut opened a Feed and Hitch Stablo at It. J. Wnlker. Paint Lick. FOR SALE: Some loose timothy la tiur lu Ilia toal ulour knuHlaitrr au Ullrl the Old County 0 . Hani opposite Conn It, K. UeltuUlta.fraaMrut. Tuylor and Sanders, Lancaster, 0 hay. Phone HH. B. C. Wearren. llrothers shop, (iivo mo n call. , J.W. Klmuit.Uaablar. Herman, iinktr, Judson, 0 Will K. Adams. Judson. 0 S. H. Kstei. pd: DiiliKrlbrtl anil sworn lolwiloiouia Ibis Vlb J. B. BOURNE, Clerk, SOW SWEET CLOVER. il.rul UJau iu.il. By Cror.ley Bronddus, D. C. FOR SALK: Soveral three and will llminrr. Nolarr I'ul.llc. Mr coiuuila Better thun red clover, und J8 to luuciilrra ttbtnuj la, IVii. Ave year old mules. All well broken $10 pur bu. cheaper. Direct from uiHKCTvss; and lots of quality. SYCAMORE. grower. Unhulled, hulled, and special James r U, Malkatimr. Vt II llfowu I. II lUlloil 1.29-- 4 1. II. Leavell, Ilryuntsvllle Ky, Mr. Jim Chirks fumlly and Mrs. scorified seed; prompt germination. Prices nnd circulars free. Also Maggie Ttncy are on the tick IIt. WANTED i Old carpets. Cloth-irit- c pricei on honey. Miss Dora Lee Huffmnn left SatJohn A. Skhn, nnd a little money, to make you R.D. No. 4 urday for Irvine to visit her uncle. u new valuable rug. Falmouth, Ky. W Mr. and Mr. James Clark aro en' Miss Fannie Uishop. tertaining a little Miss at their home. all haul qwVaall Hunl'aSal.a r.iUUIhatraalaMaji ul aUifata. FOR SALK: Fine Illack Jack, Everybody in this community am Tant.Kiairaa.ich.tu. Oaa'l three yean old In June. 15 hands burning tobacco beds and preparing aa dwcautaaaii -E-D -A- N Maa W aua ItcalaMala UJiA. Hual'aSalaa high, white points, good bone, Rood for another crop. Btsch, Sycamore, Maplt, baa labaaral aua&ad, U mm a raaaa Van cu t laaa mm mm Osk and Walnut Loos. hear and ess. Fat and ready. Worth Miss Macy Walton and brother Mm,t Caaaaalaa. I. at m ,rtek WWAY. It you have nny lo noil writs) to Itl your while to look If you want a good Roy, returned home from a visit to fat It laraHS) mf rtu one. C. C. MENGKL A HFIO. CO. 8. J. Kmbry. their unele, Mr. J. D. Walton at Kantuohy LouUvllU M5-5STORMES DRUG STORE. Stanford, Ky, I- 1920 MODEL : -- BUICKS - $1650.00 1 inter-medint- e deliver passenger, either three or and extra and Including freight and War Tax. Six-Cylind- and and Durability with others greatest of other cars and the that market The passenger and all regulars at Garage or Hardware car car. want bargains . SEES MISTAKE TOO LATE HELP Spalding Frankly Admits Made First ment of Trutona. the Franklin Car and Truck. The Lancaster Buick Co. Prop. Lancaster, er Trust S . ltll d. 1111111 aaaaaaaaaaaataaaaaaaBaaaaBaal T L