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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 19, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920021901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 19, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 12 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 19. 1920. MARKET TO CLOSE CHAIRMAN MEMORIAL given TODAY TIIIRTIKTHITRAR NUMBIR 47. JUDGE HARDIN Will Not Be A ISSUES STATEMENT TO PUBLIC. my name In connection with the coming rnco for Congreaa In the Eighth Congressional District of thin State, I think n statement from me In duo at "In view of the prominmrc this time. The substance of thin statement mny 1 lut Into a few word. I m not now nml will not he n candidate for nomination nt the coming Congressional election in the Eighth of Kentucky hy the Democrntic party in said District. Tht I have not sought nml un not seeking thi nomination has for some time been well known hy my closest personal friend. However, tny reticence on this aubject hat been the occasion of receiving pledges in iuch numbera nd assurance of auch chnrnetcr aa to lead me to believe that I would have no serious oppotltion in eeur-In- g in my the nomination which, Judgment and the opinion of my friends, would be equivalent to elec-tioDls-tri- ct n. I not recognize as other than able, These efficient and expressions have given me a high sense of satisfaction and pleasure. I am under no less obligation to the voters in this Congressional District who, in larre numbers, have pledged me their earnest support nnd inIf in these things I failed fluence. to perceive the line quality of greatness in my friends and sympathizers, I should be unworthy of them. Some of tny friends have insisted upon my candidacy as n matter of Hut the State election which followed has fully vindicated me, and shown that any candidate would have fared na I did ut that time. A comparison of my vote with that of the combined vote of all the democratic candidates for Governor In the Eighth Congressional District will show that I obtained larger vote than all of them. Ue- aidea all this, it it conceded that my defeat was not due to my personality at all, and that any candidate under the same clrcumatancea would have . fared aa I did. Moreover, In my former race for this position, I made Woodrow Wilson and his policies the Issue of the campaign, and aome of my friends have urged that I am the logical candidate to redeem the apparent, but not real, defeat of that lasue. That issue, as I see It, is not dependent uonp the personality of the candidate. Mr. Wilson, the statesman, and his policies, the proof of his statesmanship, will be the issue, or one of the issues, in the coming campaign, no matter who the candidate is, and I entertain no reasonable doubt of the result, freed, aa this election will be, from the odor of state politics, politiselfish ambitions and cal the blight of a primary. That the Eighth Congressional District has men who ere clean, capable, fearless; men who are loyal and true to the best traditions of tho party; men whose honor, whoso Integrity and whose truth urc beyond price; men of trained minds anil proved capacity, cannot bo gainsaid. This ia the kind of man demanded, and with auch n nominee the result in this District will be safe beyond doubt. When I made the race before, it was in vacation time. It waa not then neceasary that I should resign the office of Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial District. Hut if I should become u canddato for Congress in the coming election, it would bo Imperative that I should resign my present office, either before or lifter the election, and in either event tho vacancy would be filled by nn oppointeo of tho present Republican Governor. I am not willing to sacrifice thus the interests of a Democratic constituency to whom I owe my present place of responsibility. At this time, as Chairman of tho Democratic Stuie Committees, I am paengaged with soma triots in extending our organization and composing its discordant It Is an earnest and unselfish movement looking to tho Interest of no individual, class) or group, but to all, In redeeming Kentucky for Democracy. If all other reasons fail, I would cheerfully put aside personal ambition for this one, y that my motives at this time could not embarrass the work by belnf questioned. The social, political and economic free-hearteback-bitinhigh-minde- d word to express, the attitude toward me of many of the naptrnnU to thi high office, the courtesies shown and the auurance given by them of a clear track, their good will nnd their aupport nnd service in the campaign, nnd which service and support I could nppreclute, beyond the power of rminty and elsewhere will come to alNeat Sunday most u sudden close an It started last December. The management of the Nl(hl. Garrard Tobacco Warehouse are an nouncing in their large advertisement Every young mnn from Garrard M week, that the market will close the Khaki in the here on Friday February 27th. county who wore late war should attend the memorial It may be of Interest to many to service that will be held at the Meth- know that when it close next week, givodist church next Sunday night, over 1,000,000 pounds of burley toen in honor of those boys who lost bacco has passed over its Moors, which their lives while in the service of our speaks well indeed for the first year. country, during the late European Much headway is being made in war. the erection of another house in Lanall It is especially important that caster lief on- - another season opens, the near kin of these heroes be pres- aa all concede that another house is ent, as space will be reserved for Just as important to take care of the them near the front of the church. increased ncreuge as it was to put up This service will Include the presenta- the first one. tion of French Memorial Diplomas, One of the very best mnrkcta In sent here by tho French Government, Kentucky has now been established in honor of those boys who gave up in (.ancaster and it remains now to their lives and the diplomas or hon- erect enough warehouses to take care ors will be presented to the next of of the business. kin on this occasion. A delightful and entertaining proMAN gram has been arranged for the even- INCOME ing, all the churches In the city taking some part. Itev. E. II. Ilourland, To Be in Next of the Christian church will be the chief speaker. Monday. At Methodist Church "TROUBLES OF DEDICATION OF A MERCHANT" SERVICES February 27tli. Will Be Of Road Organization, DIXIE HIGHWAY Calls Meeting For Last Sale. "And How To Stop Road To Be Scene of For Garrard County's Monday afterCelebration By AutoThem". The tobacco market In Garrard Heroes. noon. Editor Central Record: Now that we are to vote on n bond issue, the proceeds of the bond to be used in constructing a permanent road through the county, I feci that every voter should at once acquaint himself of all the facts concerning this proposition: and if they will do so there is no doubt but thnt the good road will be built. The Record has had some good column on this subject, but I think we should all get together nt the Court House next Monday and talk this over. I believe that this ia Garrard County's REAL IIIG opportunity to have better roads. In n nut shell by vol ing these bonds wo enn build n per mancnt road and the cost to u will be less than one half of its real cost. by accepting the Federal and State proposition. Hy doing this we would release thousand of dollars for use on other roads, for every dollar that is furnished by the state or the Federal Government, would be Just thnt much saved to Garrard county. To do otherwise than accept the Federal and state aid, would be very unwise to say the least. He sure nnd come to the Court House. MONDAY FEU. 23rd, at ONE O'CLOCK. Yours for Hetter Ronds, W. F. CHAMP. Every successful merchant in business at the present time is utilizing every means possible to help him advance and build up n better trade. Realizing this the Centrnl Record has secured one of the moit instructive, educational moving picture ever put on the screen, entitled "The Trouble of a Merchnnt nnd How To Stop Them." The picture will be shown nt the Court House tonight, beginning at 7.30 o'clock . mobile Clubs. The Dixie Highway Association is work on detail of the dedication of the highway between Michignn and Florida which will take place some time during the late summer or the early fall. The reports received from the sections of Kentucky nnd Tennessee and from Southern Georgia nnd Northern Florida of progress being made on construction, of contracts awarded, nnd of the financial nrrnngements made to start work in the early spring, prompt the official of the association to believe that the highway will be opened for nil year round travel by fall of this year. The place of the dedication exercises and the route to be dedicated will depend on which route is the tint to be plnced In good traveling condition. A disinterested committee selected from the leading motor club of the country will cover both the eastern nnd western divisions of the Dixie Highway between the Ohio river and the Georgia line in advance of the dedication and the route and place of dedication will be selected by them. Leading motor clubs nlong the highway are showing their interest In the opening of the Dixie Highway by starting preparations for their participation in the dedication. Plans of the Chicago Motor Club arc probably further ndvanced than nny other organization.. The dedication has been indorsed by the membership of the club, by the Chicago Booster' Club and Mayor Thompson of Chicago. Over 200 cars from the Chicago city have been pledged to make the run to the point of dedication. Airangemcnts have been made with a large tent and awning concern to provide a tent city for the Chicago motorcade at each night control. They will bring with them three or more Government trucks equipped with demonstration wireless telephone and telegraph equipment. at TAX Lancaster LOCAL BALL PLAYER In The Limelight. Sunday's Courier Journal contained a very good picture of Clcll Tatum, of Taint Lick, who has signed with the Louisville Ilaseball Club for the coming season. In the "write up" the paper says: Here we have William Clcll Tatum, the pride of i'nint Lick, Ky., and quite a well known twirlei in ami amateur baseball circles, who will bo among those present when Joe McCarthy calls the role at Mobile next month. In a comarative!y brief period young Tatem made rapid strides as a pitcher, and his record caused officials of the tauisville Club to give him n chance with the 102G Colonels. Last season he played with the Paint Lick Illues and waa defeated only twice, batted .400 and averaged per game. In fifteen atrike-out- a every game he played Louisville's latest phenom succeeded in making a it October he pitched a hit. game against a team composed of Lexington and Nicholasvllle stars. In this game he struck out the first thirteen men facing him. Tatem is 22 years old, weighs 1H0 pounds stripped, and stands five feet eleven Inches in his stocking feet. He may be a Walter Johnson. Who can tell. Blue-grass no-h- initiatn thirteen candidates into the Master's Degree of this splendid ABERDEEN-ANGU- S order. "Several big guns of the order were here from a distance, the names we Thirty-Si- x gave in our last issue. dinner served by Bros. theThe bounteous "Circle Girl club ladies of the has been complimented highly by nil Thirty-sihead of as pretty bunch who were so fortunate to have been of Aberdeen-Angu- s cows and heifers, there, a feature which added much arrived here )esterday for Uradshaw pleasure to the entertainment of the Ilrothers aa one ever see outside day. About 110 Masons participated. of the great International show at Chicago. In fact some of these came direct from the International show, We arc anxious for several copies one cow with heifer calf by side being exceptionally fnncy, for which of last weeks issue of the Central these enterprising breeders had Record. Won't some of our good subscribers kindly come to our rescue. paid 12,500 for. They came under the care of Mr. February 12th is the issue wo want. A. D. Uradshaw, who attended the great Chicago show, where he purto chased most of the herd. These catKinnaird Leavcll was brought betle will be groomed for their next fore Judge Stapp last week charged Col. Hall Anderson, many years annual auction sale which will take with stealing nn automobile. The ago served as postmaster in Lancas- place in the early spring. evidence was conclusive and he, was ter, died at his home in Lincoln held over under a bond of 1150, county last night and will be buried which he couldn't give and was sent in the cemetery' here tomorrow, to Jail. ConAnnounces (Friday) at 11:30 o'clock. Col. Anderson was about 74 years gress. Ripy Col. old and leaves many old friends in county who will regret to learn this Col. Frank Ripy, of Lawrence-burIn this issue of the Record we of his passing. was in the city yesterday shakHe is survived by his brother, are carrying the formal announce- ing hands with his friends and feelMr, John Anderson, of Lincoln nnd ment of Judge Ralph Gilbert, of ing the pulse of the people regardwas nn uncle of Si II. and Richard Shelbyville, for Congress, subject to ing hi candidacy for the Democrntic the democratic primary to be held nomination for Congress from this Anderson of this city. on August 7th., 1020. district, subject to the primary to LOST: Monday, February 2nd, With the article Is n clipping from be held next August. When askon Kirksvillc and Hiattsville pike, be- the Shelbyville News, which is very ed ns to his candidacy, he said his tween those places, n gold hunting interesting nnd well worth reading. hnt was in the ring ami his formal cine Wulthum watch. Name nnd Judge Gilbert is a son of the late announcement woud be made in a fraternity seal on dial. Liberal re- George G. Gilbert, who represented few days. Owen S. Hendren, this district In Congress in 1898, ward. Col. Ripy has many fdiends in 212-2t-phe having redeemed it from repub- the county, who will be pleased to lican rule in that year. Judge Gil- see him succeed Hon. King Swope, unrest, however created and main- bert is well known here nnd has the present Republican Incumbent. tained, the rolution of tho United friends who will work for him thru Sta'tes to world affairs, with Its mnnl-fol- d the primary and who say he would Good Roads Meeting appeals, is n challenge to the carry the district by n handsome Monday. highest and best in any man, and I majority in the final election. confess that its opportunity for great For Sale: Heating stove good Mr. Champ and his Committee on sen ice is difficult to tunt down. I as new, .Mr. U. D. Simpson. Good Roads for this county have arlinvo un abiding faith that the Demoranged an Interesting program for cratic party in the State nnd Nation A Loss the big meeting at the Court House, is the party of constructive progress, The death of --Mr. Sophia Dunn, Monday afternoon nt 1:30 o'clock. as proven by past history', and the The following are on tho program Yorld must look to it to establish which occurred in Danville last week, harmony among its warring elements is felt by friends In this, her native for talks: W. F, Champ, Judge Stapp, J. E. and bring order out of confusion county, where she was born in 1848 through the great and peaceable and lived nearly all her life being Robinson. U. F. Hudson, R. II. II. V. Uastfn, Rev. 0. A. Dawes, processes of the law. Tho hour ap- a daughter of Uenjamin and Mary all local speakers, and Mr. J. L. peal to mo strongly, but after care- Uright Robinson. Devotion to her home and family, Durham, of Grcensburg, Ky., who ful thought, nnd in view of the splendid talent in this District which may where a beautiful hospitality reigned, has done more work than any other be summoned by the voice of the was one of her many admirable at- person in securing this Federal road people, I have determined to turn tributes. Every call upon her sym- through this locality. lie makes a whatever powers I possets to the pathy was answered with generous good road talk. This meeting is In problems near at hand, less ambit- giving of her best endeavor. The tho Interest of the Uonds. All the ious, but useful, necessary and in- sympathy of all are with her children voters of this county should attend for their loneliness and grief at the this meeting to hear the question sistent discussed. CIIAS. A. HARDIN. sad parting. n Mr. Jeptha Onstott, Garrurd county boy, who ha had two ye.irs experience In making out income tax return, will be In Lancaster next Monday, February 23rd, and will remain until February 28th. Mr. Onstott I not connected with the government nny more, having resigned his position several week ago. He mndr over five hundred returns last year, he tells us, and not n single one wn returned for correction. He charges a small fee for his work, but will have the satisfaction that the return will be properly made out under his supervision. This should be worth something as it has been stated that over 940,000,000 was illegally collected last year from income taxes. Mr. W. II. Farley will lecture with MASONIC PROGRAM Carried Out to The Letter Last Friday. Lancaster was teaming over with Masonic brothers last Friday afternoon ami night, having met hero to Head Arrive For Bradshaw x the pictures. 11 y aid of stcreopti-ca- n slides, he will deal with the following subjects: 1. Retail failures and their causes 2. Store organization. 3. Newspupcr advertising, 4. Window Display, 5. Clerks' efficiency, C. Selling Methods, 7. Credit Husinesa, 8. System in Retail Business. This lecture was uccured through the courtesy of The National Cash Register Company, of Dayton, Ohio It has received the highest common' dntion from business organizations wherever it has been shown. There will be no charge for admission and every business man and clerk in the city should take advantage of this unusual offer. n FAVORS BOND ISSUE . And Gives Good ReaFILMS ADVANCING son why Road Should Picture Shows Raising Admissions. Be Built. Taint Lick, Ky., Feb. 17, 1920. The Central Record: You have asked for the citizens of Garrard County to express themselves on the Dond Issue for the Federal Highway, or in other words, "Do we want better roads for less money?" Our roads nre the arteries of trade nnd commerce, and Is the making or unmaking of our county, and this being the case, I have my first man to see that opposes this Uond Issue. Over and above all else, let our different county administrations givo us good roads and good schools and when these two things are a living reality, you will see people wanting to come to Garrard county, and will see none that wants to leave. When we consider better roads with no increase of taxation, why shouldn't we be in favor of it? The Federal Government wants to give us $200,000.00 to be expended on our main pike leading through the county. If wn don't get this money, this same IDENTICAL pike must bo kept up with County funds, but if we vote these Uonds nnd pay our 40 or 45 per cent of this cost, then the road money is released, to apply on all side pikes, that otherwise would have to be expended on the main pike. And then again, the won! "Federal" when coupled to our road, is sufficient guarantee that this road will bo not only IIU1LT. but will be KEPT UP, Let one and all, work together for this road, and let no one be found pulling back. R. II. LEDFOUD. Call and seo our Clover and Timothy Seed. II. C. Halley and Sons. Papers Wanted. Anderson. Held Grand Jury. Judge Ralph Gilbert, for "With the heavy increase In the price of films, it has begun to look as if some of the smaller houses in picture show business especially in the smaller tqwns will have to go out of business, unless the present admission of them are considerably ndvanced. Mr. Romans tell us that he made more money from his opera house when the admission was 5 nnd 10 cents than he is now doing with hi present price of twenty cent. Frank Here. FORMER GARRARD CITIZEN g, Honored On His Eightieth Birthday. The Washington, Intl., Herald has tho following notice about a former Garrard citizen, many of whom remember him well, chief among his friends here beinjr Mr. J. W. Mr. Ramsey is an ardent render of the Central Record and has been ever since he left Kentucky. He keeps up with local events in this way and we number him among our best friends nnd wish for him many more year of pleasure and happiness. The Herald says: You would never guess it but James W. Ramsey, former city councilman, was eighty yeur old yesterday. In honor of the anniversary, his son, James, 212 Northeast Ninth street, entertained with n family dinner. No one present enjoyed the event any more than the guest of honor. He is u spry as a man many years his Junior. His mind is as keen as a new razor and fewer citizens keep in closer touch with current events than he. Mr. Ramsey is a native of but has been living in Washington for more than forty years, being in the contracting: business and erected many of the city's business as well as residential structures. He is a veteran of the union army and a member of the G. A. R. post. Pum-phrey, Ken-luck- y, To Old Friends. Led-for- d, Mules Are High. .Mr. J. T. Center sold a pair of mules to Frank Simms for $5110, and CenterfBrothers bought a nice five year old pair of mare mules of Dsva W. K. Lcavell Lewis for $626. bought a three year old mare mule of Dr. Husb Held for 1176. Bourne and Cox purchased recently, several nice horses ranging In price from $100 to $130. and a pair of mules of Holman Urown for $440. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 9, 1 1 920 r M. S. EARNEST APPEAL From a Starving Nation For You To Join The $5.00 Club. Last week I nppenlrd to the Cnr rnrd county men anil women, both youni; and old, to Join the $5.00 club nnd help the poor starving Armcninns nnd Syrlnns. From which nppenl I expected an unusual response, but I wns doomed to disappointment. Now friends for the snkc of (lod nnd humanity nnilo save the starring, hungry nation unsolicited yon Join this club today. We, who arc so bountifully blessed must not lie selfish. A. I). Joseph, Chm. The following nrc the ones who now belong: Mr. V. S. Carrier. Mrs. V. S. Carrier. Ijincnstcr Masonic Ixidgc No. 104, J. S. Haselden, II. V. Hnstin, II. F. Hudson, J. I. Hamilton, Im (I. Davidson, Henry Moore, V. A. Lear. W. S. Kmbry, W. M. Lear, A. S. Price, Mrs. J. II. Klnnnird, W. A. Fanwu, J. II. Moormnn, liev. F. I). Palmcter, Uev. C. 1). Strether, Itcv. II. S. Hudson, S. C. Denny, HATFIELD DENTIST Offica over Tha Garrard Bank. Phone, Offica S. Resident 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Public Sale nw SHIP CATTLE FROM MONTANA Estimated That Between Out of State. Il'rcparrtl t.y th, giIr, Impart K'rnl at Attrtrulturr ) An unusually larce tiiowtnriif of rat tic iit of Motitiitm has Inketi pine In ncconiiiig to tin- - bureau of mil 'iuirj. .Mirmnllr, tbe move ment if entile fnini (til. state Is be- I ween Jim.M) niul .Uni.Oim licnd mi iiuiiuy. it , estimated that heteen , 'SUM! mill (mils) l,v,. t l nui ror nil purges. Figures nre not 5CO.0OO J.J. Byrne 600.000 Mead Have Ueen Shipped and Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hours rnt As executors of the estate of J. II. Rigsby, we will sell at his late home, two miles from Preaehcrsville, on Dix River, near the mouth of Cedar Creek, on 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. iii, J. A. Beozley FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Office lhone"27 LANCASTER, KV. .'.'1l H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Or. Printus Walker j Day or VETERINARIAN. Call, Antvrrrd Promptly Night. Phon. 317. I ANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John N. M. McRobertsj L PREWin Auctioneer consin, nml Michigan. Report liull rnte fhnt a considerable, movetnerit of preurence out ilml freight. iniormntli.n thnt tin reached the department 'ndlcntes thnt the movement of cattle Into New Mexico nml Texns has been satisfactory, ami with certain exception, the Mime holds tnie With reect to Minnesota. Wis- Mutes, Into Minnesota, Wisconsin, nnd the uior peninsula of Mlfhlgun. ami urn mux into Texas nnd Now .Mux ia. j ne movement Into the two hit ter states continued on Into November. i in iienvy Miimfall that occurred ....... in nn- - season overtook some ranchmen who were inking chances on me weather nml they found It lice,, wry to mov,. their herds quickly. It l thought Hint enough ntllrnml enrs won- - made available tq till nil orders. Stock ir moving nt't wore civi-- area. " minimi, flr-- t Into tin n, nimble iHHirhjv imMuro hjii.N'lu the i'Min ami Nebraska. ImUv they were moed hit.. tHc mhMI.; romlo'lt neiij Itiillrnto tliiit l.nv.w.,i amiiiminn.l -,, sheep llf n ,.n,., )lf Mock i.r,. miixi of the North west for f,fMi,e HrH CmKjni; in sec-"oim iimi Wot of Hit drought available for n similar compnrlon In ii mm in Niirm ut return from rei- r tin. department In the Friday; Feb. 20th Beginning at 10 A. M. all his personal property, consisting of five shares of Brodhead Bank stock; combined mare, G years old; good milk cow; yearling heifer; GO good Owes, and five, bucks; will also sell a good team of sorrel horses, 5 and G years old; 100 barrels of corn; 200 bales of hay; lot loose hay; 100 bales of oats farming tools, consisting of mowing machine, e corn e planter; wagon, Disc harrow, and other things too numerous to mention. Good buggy and set of harness ;18 squares of felt roofing; 40 chickens; household and kitchen furniture, including some antique furniture. two-horstwo-hors- ,it wt s Duncan, Mrs. Mottle Duncan, Mi Jennie Duncan. Arch Walker, ffs. Arch Walker, V , W. II. llurton. F. II. Mnrksbury, A. T. Scott, A. D. Joseph, F. S. Hughes, Clay Sutton, J. W. ELMORE, Trcas. A. D. Joseph, Sect'y. J. M. TERMS Liberal and made known on day of sale. sCrr SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. fav aaaaat"aiaHaaCjaaaaK Lancaster, Ky., JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUWVILLK, KY. R. F. D. No. 3 aaaaKs 'H lRvMl Liberal atttrtmsat aad lull valiaa lor rilQP raw UIIO Hid and Coat sjlUas Makes Sure of Victim's Oeath. Though ilit elephant's eyesight Is poor, his Inuring mid sense of smell nre acute, nnd he enters altout 12 feet In one stride; When he grip his vie tlyi In his trunk hu crashes htm to ths ground. Then, If he has tusks, he Jabs great holes through his body. Whereat he kneel on his victim. Then he wheels ponderously and sits on tha body, rolling his tremendous nvolrdu-po- t hack mid forth, utterly squashing I'.. Finally he stamps on It, battering It Into the ground. Ixchange. J. T. AND F. T. RIGSBY K. F. D. 2. Executors of J. H. Rigsby. Crab Orchard, Ky., Col. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. A Farmer May Feal h. dependent When He Has a Herd of Cattle Like These. The undersigned hereby uive warn-Vito alt persons not to trespass upon lur land for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders tc the fullest extent of the law. Hunt- PROVIDE SHELTER FOR SHEEP ers and fishermen especially lake notice. Exposure to Wind and Storms Is Cause Mrs. Cora Phillips, ft. L. Elkin of Much Loss Protection Mrs. Emma Daniels, Is Not Costly. R. L. Arnold. fJrent sheep loe come through Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, to wind and storm. In nil parts Mrs. Emma Uigsinbotham, of the country farms thnt have sheep Edd andN. D.Price., on them will do well lo provide shelter S. C. Hlgsby. from bad weather. These do not cost D. M. Anderson. m much ns to have the sheep die In it. L. Barker the 'cold nml wet. If we hnd all the 0. L. Kelley. money that is lost In sheep In any one J. C. Rissby. year through exoMire to storm we Mrs. Victoria Anderson, would bo fnr richer than we ore. Thompson and Tracy PROFIT FROM BABY BEEVES Where She Csuaht It Utile '.Mildred lnnl often been tnlrt Farmer With Pasture Land Could tlmt he had hair ami eyes Jmt lik Raise Few Without Great Ex. her iiioiher'i. One dny he n play pense drain Needed. lite on th street when n Indy iok to lur. nml remarked (ileannntly: "U'hai Every farmer who has pasture land pretty red hair you time." "Yen," eosld tmby beeves profit pllbly nnwereil Mildred. "I caught II ahl'y raise a few without grewt x.cii..in ,1,1,1,. from mother. tb'ii to the pamire clo will be neeil single crof. It may be ad and vlub! In addition 10 pfcr.t soiling crops to supplement the sllnge and pasture. Some hay should be available nnd enough grain to finish tho cnlvex for market. lTssjii c k -11 11 iLass. sv POSTED and cattle Into .Michigan nml nearby territory for summer grozlns Is likely In future years. Keed mi In tho North., est appear to bo adequate for live stock remaining on the ranges nml there Is now no ex pectntlon of shortage. sheep ii TOBACCO TO- - 1. Speith Company STANFORD' STREET Hazelwoodl Sanatorium For thi Treatntnt of TuierevJoth th Louli rills .ntlTubcfculotii AitocUilon (ot Cx adequate trwtnitflt tf tuber In c'.l lis U!ct et ilen oa. Kates J15.C0 per week, ln-cludinc botiJ, mcuuil attention, bunJfjr, etc. Illh giound com minding cxt$tlsv:w, Dtllfilit-fsuiroundlar. Special tatet lor Malntalntd Livir Stock Tzz&zj Notes Semi the scrub sires tn the butcher's block. The water supply It of pnramount luiltortnticu In ml lug animals. Lancaster, Kentucky. DEALERS IN s bf I'lgs grow very fnut when they have pasture nnd some grain a u tupple-' racnt. .'' ; I ... LOOSE LEAF T0BA6G0 H t ! )Ut cnlllo are nble to convrH ritnrse feeU such as liny, stcrer and sllagu Into meat. niaU and grows dlverslftel crop u utmost Imllsitensnhle. I ul ' For n general farmer who raises . nnl-- .M. It Imlwil AIt IJ si frtM I bmvwut, n silo ' We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the BRANCH HOUSE at MORELAND. Same Day. sTMTTli sUsULT lleef, iork, milk or mutton can b produced more eroiiAiulrtilly by good Uft.tures than by nar uther Win I The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb I 9, 1920 $20,000 Asked To Provide For State's Historical Work. FIBHC OF nun anil I'll be your partner for this number" Chesterfield 3 40 Acres of WK WILL ON Good Land Stock. Thursday, Feb. 26th AT TEN O'CLOCK, SHARP, for sale 10 acres of land on the Richmond Pike, two miles from Lancaster, known as part of the Wheqler land. , This is a dissolution sale of land and will be sold for the high dollar. This sale will take place at .John A. Conn Jr.'s., barn and will also OlVer sell the following stock: 25 Stock ewes and one good buck; 5 sows to farrow in March; 9 Shouts about 'SO pounds; 1 cow to be fresh 12th of April; 2 cows giving milk; 1 dry cow; 5 weanling calves; 1 weanling horse colt; 2 Hillside plows; 2 two horse wagons; 4 land plows; 1 Deering Hinder, good one and other farming Implements and some 'Household goods. TERMS All personalty will be sold, on a credit to Jan. 1st, 192.1, with six per cent interest. TERMS on Land announced on day of sale. Any one wishing to see this land, call on C onn Bros. JOHN A. CONN W. T. KING, Auctioneer. ONE OVERLAND MODEL n & BEOS. For CROUP. COLDS, 861917 SIX CYLINDER I Passenger Touring far in first cla shape and running condition, Would trade for Roadster with self itarter ayd new battery. If ysni aru in the Market fur .i slightly used car thin is a bargain. Phone or call on If taken at once. t'x or. il'.M'fcra Cm. IUu wu! Um uu nimni uj bti)il Miw nil nttm IM f Um mK im aiuM. cm mi fam rIil ikuii.bm M,4'ltU INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA ! ! Clayton B. Turner at Hascldcn Bros., Hardware Store, Lancaster, Ky. in JtV. Rraaut a tttfi J1.JI at " N. Wllkxlxini, ru HRYANTSVILLE IS ri Vt,ailtn Seeking continuance for two years Chesterfields, sure ns you live. t t the wde purpose nf gathering nnd Chesterfields begin where oilier preserving Kentucky war rconl, cigarettes leave off. They not only lhKentucky Council of Drfcnse p!casc-thcy!w- j.v" will ask tho (Scncrnl Aiwomby for $20,000 appropriation for the State m tasva . Imily ami $100 for ench count, nc cording to the terms of a lull to be presented M week. Wurk proposed hy the State Hi ' Mil. Fred !'. Cnldwrll, Loui-villincludes a rcconl of Kentucky ' 100. 0011 men ami wwiicn who served !ur Ing the war, a htotwry of all State wide war activities and civilian cr gan nations ami a narrative of nil divisions in which Kentuckians served in larjf numbers. To accomplish thfai end two year will be meetwnry, necorting to Mr Caldwell, who pointed out that only in about twelve of tile 120 counties, in the State art the records near completion. "We mutt not fail to complete ) On the Got Pcr Puuys Tall. our record of th men who died In1 The r !. li'.v innrrlril t.oi ien nri- - really nirl In Hie end nf a kitliven If sin- - in:irrli" a tnnn p4ns In ppy the service." aid .Mr. Caldwell, "of ten's (nil I ntlrllitilril r.y those who were wounded and those atitn In n fiiplltltl!tn worm. It Is nfier her nun luiiri she is In mortal a conimon practice nf theirs to chop ilrrml tlint hi1 may, sutne ilny, l after who won special honor itff lli. nml it ,Iia ,ll n .1.. Another wimiaii's lunrt. Cartoons ""w "ow ..ovrs mini n,,mal aufferlne. " Jlncrirlne. nnd women wlrn lost their live, about 1,00(1 others woundinl and kamciI and ) ' auoui .iuu wim wen special honor, Aiwiilance of Felral authorities ! in such a task is aiuured ns the result WE ARE of an act paued last July providing fll that service records of nil soldiers v) rlwll be copied by the Adjutant (ion-erof each State. The Council of (!) ' Defense proposes to copy these re cords in duplicate, retaining one at State headquarters nnd sending the other to the proper county. home of the items in the 5'JO.OOO proposed appropriation, which covers two years, arc; Salary of State Historian, $0,000; printing service records nnd copying them, $'2,h00; histories of camps nnd WE ALSO Kentucky liviims,f'-,30-0. In regard to the proposed compenRIDING PLOWS. sation of $100 to each county historian, Mr. Calduell said; WE "Tho patriotic men and women who are serving ns county war hisFAMOUS torians deserve tho highest prnisc. They have given freely of their time nnd energies to the work. Mnny of them have even given their own funds for postage nnd stationery. It seems only right and just that some financial nssiitancc be given them for their splendid work." The Indiana Legislature has approA CAR LOAD NOW IN STOCK. ALpriated S'20 000 a year for four years vlnle Ohio has given $25,000 SO AMERICAN WIRE FENCE. ns a fund to start witlg. In nil there arc nt least thirty-- c 3 OUR States now actively cngniq'd In compiling war h stories. COMPANIONSHIP It's in '"u5 1 al HEADQUARTERS FOR THE GENUINE i Vulcan and Oliver 9 I Plows P I OLIVER FORGET THAT HAVE THE DON'T HAVE THE ! I I Weber Wagons PRICES ARE RIGHT For Biliousness N. C REPUBLICAN CON In obedience to a call of the State Central Committee and in accord with established customs and rules governing the Republican party in the State of Kentucky a mass convention of the Republicans of Garrard Coisnty has been called for on d.x. tin i sn vsiic fa fir? ' a viva-voc- e. i r i iu i .. ftfixL r ih ri i mis in i iirii i ii 1 11 1 . ml vuuii uni ill ni iiiitnaicr, r tot i iuujl. lur rib the purpose of selecting Delegates to the State Convention to be held in Louisville on MARCH 3. The form of voting will be J i,i,VJi,i nrv And at the same time and place nnd in the same manner, Delegates to the District Convention will be selected to repre sent unrrarti uouniv at ine uisirici convention to bo nclu at Dnnvillo on MARCH 2nd, 1920. At the tame time and place a new County Committee will be selected consisting of one member front each precinct for a term of four years. The Republicans of each precinct are urged to bo presthe committeemen will be selected by the members of ent as each precinct separate and apart from the mass convention and separate and apart from each other. If you are a Republican be on hand. Mr. nnd Mm. M. O. Kennedy were l.ancatter Monday, FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS Mr Colllver Dawo spent the week set promptly, without pain or nauies. end with fnemlc in Danville. Thtj clear the bonelt. itrcelen tbc Prof T. II. (Innter spent the week tomach snd tone up ttio liver. end with friend in Louisville. I'. It. WMchjni. II V T). 1 NVfwk. Vu "rJ Cailwnle T.Wrtt k.. ! m cux Meters W. K. 1'avi. and Sam Hal luj laaa tor aedii t tn eon b wer in l.xincton Thurday. McROUERTS DRUG STORE. MrMw C. M. Dmn and Itolwrt IKnton hav Iwen mi the sick HUCKEYE Mater Clyde llakur h been tpjit Preaching Sunday 11a. nt., Sun.11 but is inn bettor at IhU writing. : IV M. Mr. Jcptba Oiwtott ef DaMville is day school A hoy arrived nt tho home of Mr, ipendint; n few day here, with hw and Mrs. Charlie Crow Feb. iith. many fniuM. ' Mr. J. P. I'nUlier spent last week Mint Mayme Ilallanl ii spending in Lexington with his daughter, Mrs. several days with Mr. and Mrs. V. T. J. M. Stapp. W'uolfurk, in I.CLxIngtoii. Mr. A. C. Miles was in Nicliolas-vill- e Misses Marthii nnd Margaret Curtis and Lexington from Monday pent the week end with Mr, nnd Mrs. until Tliurmlny. Curl Curtis of Luneiuter. Misses Martha and Margaret Curtis Mim llettie Scott spent the wek of Uryuntsville spent Saturday with end with her parentis Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr. Hiram Itay. Don Scott nt Nlcliolmville. Robert Long, Jr., nnd Tom Mor-for- d were in Nliliohuvllle mid LexV. J. Mi'mm It. II. llnlcoinb, Ilnindus and l.oui llroailun were In ington Saturday, Reathcr Irvin bought a mare from I.exiiiKtoii, Saturday en butinons. Mr. 11. Reynolds of N'ioholusvillo for Mr. nnd Mr. II. II. llnlcoinb, Mary It. llorkcle and Kthyl $110. Ollio Ilogie a mure from Jesse Hill. Ilerkelti were Danville Sour Stomach, Uloit-iDGai, Conitipalioa - all thrte conicquences of Irdiftcilion sre sxoided if the Ixiwcli arc keep open snd regular. Sick Headache, g, Becker & Ballard DDVANTcviiiP 'l ui i . , PHONE 27. I'J ci 'ff' Kentucky, aSMM9llMWtMMtMMStM9miS6t ! aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaWatar f 5ETll.l l -- XM . P ?! hh i I CHEVROLET The transportation of merchandise is n. question of great importance too great to be decided wjthout careful consideration. We would liko you to find the answer that it right for you. More nnd more progressive business men are findinc their logical and entirely satisfactory answer to this transportation qucrtion in the Chevrolet Model 4T" One Ton Truck. While your case may differ in tome respects from theirs, vve are confident, as wo see it. that the Chevrolet will give you equally efficient and profitable service. It is made in a big way big enough to do all kinds of work to capacity, do it well, do it consistently day in and day out, and do it as economically as it can be done. You can readily satisfy your judgment on these points by inspecting tho truck, investigating its manufacture and asking owners about its performance. As specialists we will show you in black and white why it will prove a satisfactory investment. All we ask is an opportunity. a A O a 4 n 0 9 Me-dam- Henry Moore Chairman Republican County Committee. i The Vntcntiiio party given at the Hutchison lluckeyu High School Friday proved and little daughter of llarrodiburtr. quite an enjoyable Hlfair. Chocolate spent Sunday with Mr. anil Mr. M. uas sen'ed. W. M. S. met Thursday. Mrs. O. Kennedy. Mr. V. II. Cunningham has return- Hubert Carter led the meeting. Miss ed home after spcndini; several duys Sullie Lou Teatcr will lead the next with his brother, Mr Charlie Cun meeting, March 18th. Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Morford and niriKlmm of IJurjiin who is quito ill. daughter Christine and son Walter D. spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Clyde Ilrumlield at llunley. Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Norn Tenter, Misses Sulliu Lou Tenter and Kthyl N9MIT II IACK il ImuI qunl loo I luni 't Sl t Hay wero guesU of Mrs. Forrest Cur111 la Um Unuiirol o kVinn. Ttlln. Kiniwwa, Ilea, tic tis at Uryantsvlllu Thursday. Ouo't Imw dlKPur.ni Dorothy mid Christine Misses inh Mhr tiealiarau (UJ. bua. Hinl5llkrtl(vtU caa't Dailey and Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill. drda of itKh cm. Yeu U aa our Maaay aa Mr. Walker Hradiliaws family who Cmmrmni Trv ll at auf lUk TOUAX- - Plica Its at have been sick for several days are STORM ES DRUG STORE. Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert visitors I KZEHMP t. Paint I ick Oarage PAINT LICK, KY. re The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 9, 1 1 920 'SATISFYING RELIEF ! ! FRONLUMBAGO' Sloan's Liniment hat the punch that relieves rheumatic twinges Tlii warmth-sUIncirctiUthm-ititmiUtuiir 1920 MODEL 5 ' coacettton-rcattrri- fly ti ntttaltt , rem-- I tiith.Hit m. bmii rulit l the aiding P"t ami tningi qr k relief, Mitely, clearti. A wonderful help f r external luim, iprains Mrimt, Miff nt-s ! BUICKSj $1650.00 9 can deliver you a 1920 Modtl BUICK, cither three or five passenger, complete with extra tire, tube and cover, lenses, and bumper for $1650. Including freight and War Tax. I No-Gla- re lifj'Uvlif' y. lurti' I 4 del tir U Itui ! ydnrnome is what WVwO You Make i- tTIIE cozy, chief consideration in the creation of artistic homo Is tho way you paint It-- Let whole family T omv .1 ; 71V, 5' mi i n. u it fv ttam K'fp ..- -.., tittle. ur iiru., ir it 1st 'v for t' e ) . I.jI !e H ec n- - 1 M GUY. Several rase of 'flu' arc reported in this vicinity. .Mrs. Hownrd Harvey Is sick with a severe cold. Mi Stella Nnylor has been quite 111 with tonsillti. Miss Ollle Meridti is visiting icla-- j tivea near Richmond. Mr. Wm. Walker has purchased n ' handsome new overland car. Mrs. Wm. Sutton was in visiting relatives Saturday. Mrs. J. - Yuntis was the guest Saturday, of Mrs. John Smith of Lon- caster ' Miss Rom: Turner of Ijinenster. was it recent guest of Miss Allic Doolin. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle visited Mr. and Mr. Jnke Foley, Saturday,) for the day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Ijiyteti were guests, Wednesday nfc:ht of relatives o and decorate t your home reflect your own taste by tho choice of correct and harmonious color effects. Dut whatever your needs, be sure to specify Paints that hare proven their worth, because you paint to protect as well as to beautify. Compare tin's wonderful Six-Cylind- er i Ask For These Free Paint Books "lionet and flow to Ttlnt Them" Contain many brautilul illuttratio)) of atttactirely painted home, how floor plant, give tpecineationa and tell how to aelect tha riiht colon. i BUICK nnd its record of Economy and Durability with the other cars and you will find as others have, that it is the greatest value on the market. "The Modern Method of Decoratls Thi Have stood the test of time for more than fifty years and will give you longest service at lowest cost. No beautifully illustrated book tha Utcat and be,t idea on the decoration of interior wait and celling. It hovr a number oi room designed by leading artist, giving exact specification for haimontou color effect rilh Pee Ceo FLATKOATT. give The Buick Company builds seven passenger and all the regulars closed models. Call me at Conn & Conn's Garage or Conn Bros., Hardwire store if you intend to buy a new car or want a Good used car. I have several bargains in used BUICKS, Fords, Etc. Also sell the Franklin Car and Rco i Every Purpose, a number of tbcas you csa economically uie yourself. matter tho surface thtra It a Pee Gem Paint Proline tor My sad McRoberts Drug Store Lancaster, Kentucky. "The Modern Method el FlakMaf Wood" If you intend to build or renniih your home, this illuatrated booitUt will b of great help to you. It contains 20 color plate of finished wood panel, and give practical advice bow to take care of your floor and woodwork. Pculte-Culbe- tt i near McCreary. Eliia-bMrs. Henry Yater and Mi th. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Yater, of Coy. Mr. ami My. I'rntlnir nnd two And Dodge If They See You First. Substitute for Beeswax. From Msrth to Health Resort. children were Saturdny guests of Mr. Acctmllnz to bill collector the "nil. n A substitute for beeswax nnd Accrra. Italy. I now u famous luvtlth nnd Mrs. William Walker. It obtained In Clilnii from wax around" good fellow usually tukca roort Not many yenr nso. Mrs, Olliu Graham una the guest deposits of an Insect llvlns on ash longest to "square" up hi accounts. the mnrdie were lmln.il. It was Saturday, of her mother, Mrs. Milo Cartoons Macazlne. iinhenlthful, tn.it. Simpson of Mr. and Mr. Robert Yater spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. William Griggs. Mrs. J. L. Yantis, and son. Hers chel, were visitors, Monday afternoon of Mrs. Robert Layton. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott entertain ed at an elegant (lining, last Sunday to a number of their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mlley Beasley spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. John OF Ilroaddus, on the Richmond road. Mr. Joshua Griggs of Madison, spent n portion of last week with his son Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Griggs. LOUIOILLa. v. par-ntne Co., lac Truck. The Lancaster L. B. CONN, Buick Co. Prop. Lancaster, Ky. Box 486. Public Sale AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. WE WILL SELL FOR MR T. A. REYNIERSON, HIS FINE FARM AND BARDSTOWN E OFFICIAL NOTICE ... OF Fine ITelsoa C6uaty Farm Wednesday, Feb 25th, 1920 Special Election IN - OF 346 ACRES, LOCATED ON THE LOUISVILLE TWENTY-ON- PIKE, MILES FROM LOUISVILLE AKD NINE MILES FROM BARDS- TOWN, AND KNOWN AS THE CHARLES MILLER FARM. THIS FARM WILL BE TRACT NO. 1 SUB-DIVIDE- D AND SOLD IN TWO TRACTS. of 200 acres with all improvements. A handsome ten room dwelling with nice shady yard and one of the beat stock barns in the State, out-buildin- corn cribs, cow stable, tool sheds, buggy house, garage and other This 200 acres is all in grass and has two good, tenant houses, plenty failing water, fencing is all good, plenty of timber on this tract TRACT NO. 2 of 14G acres with ten. sere tobacco bara, good of never fencing, y The friends of Ur Uascom will be glad to hear that i recovering from an alU'.-- of appendicitis. Misses Anna Mac and l.ldu Ilrod-du- s of the Richmond road were visitors recently of Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus White. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wnrd and children of Kirksvillc, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and C. R. Henry. Messrs Robert and Jumcs I'oyn-te- r, since selling their tobacco crop so well, have abandoncJ their planned trip to Alaska. Mr. and Mr.. Chnrllo Ynter are rejoicing over the arrival of n 9 lb. , daughter, who arrived February 8th, The little Miss is named Klixabcth Henrietta. 'm. Walker, acMr. and Mrs. companied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Pralhcr and children enjoyed a delightful motor trip, Wednesday, to Camp Dick Stanford, Danvlllo.Vlu Robinson, back home. I When Mrs. C. R. Henry moved her ' chickens recently, from her farm near Kirksvillc, to her father's, Mr. Milton Wards, she had tho mlsfor-- , tune to have 40 fine chickens to Pel-phre' Garrard County, Kentucky, ON - TUESDAY, MARCH 30th, 1920 REGULAR TERMi plenty of never failing water and has a long pike frontage. and is extra good. This land lies well Don't fail to see this farm before tho sale. CALL AND SEE OR WRITE I. M. Dunn REAL ESTATE BROKERS. OR, DEMAREE AND HUBBARD, 6c Co. DANVILLE, KY. BARDSTOWN. GARRARD COUNTY COURT; JANUARY 'id, 120. PRESENT: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge. This day came, R. G. Woods and two hundred and thirty two other Citizens and legally qualified voters of Garrard County, Kentucky, who are free holders of the County, and petitioned the Court to mako an order on his order book directing tho OlTicers of the Election in all voting precincts in the County, to open a poll on TUESDAY MARCH 30, 11)20, to take sense of the legal voters of said County upon the question "Arc you In favor of Issuing $102,000,00 in llonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges." Said llonds to bear interest not to exceed five per cent per annum Said llonds to be in dewith coupons attached, payable nominations of not less than One Hundred Dollars ur nioro ihan One Thouyears, and sand Dollars to run not leu than five nor more than twenty-on- e to be redeemed within that time ut the pleasure of the Garrard County Fiscal Court and to be sold nt not less par value and accrued interest. Wherefore it Is ordered by the Court, that the regular officers of tha election, in all the voting precincts Hi the county will open a poll on Tuesday March 30, 1020, to tnko the sense of the legal voters in said County upon the question "Are you In favor of Issuing $102,000.00 In llonds for the purpose of building rouds and bridges." The sheriff of said County is directed to advertise said election and tho object thereof, for nt least 30 days next before the day thereof, In some newspaper having the largest circulation In the County and also by printed smother hand bills posted up at not less than four public places In each voting precinct In the County and at the Court House Door. The County Clerk Is directed to have printed, upon tho llallot, the question, "Are you in favor of Issuing $102,000.00 In llonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges," and to leave two places upon the right of said question: One for votes favoring the issue, to bo designated by tho word "Yes" and one for votes opposing the issue to be designated by the After you eat always talc word "No", and said llallot to bo printed as provided for in the General Section 1450 Kentucky Statutes. Election Said Election shall in all respects, be held In accordance with the general Election Laws of the state. It Is further provided that all the money raised by the salo of tha lasUatly relieve lUartWra, Stops fopdsourtflfc said bonds shall be used solely and alone for the building, construction, or of roads of nsphaltum, concrete, brick, stone block, macadam, gravel or other processes of equal merit. FOREST STAPP, Judge of Garrard County Court. This notice Is given In pursuance to above order of the Garrard County Court. This 20th day of January 1020, R. E. Ms ROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. A. K. WALKER, Sheriff of Garrard Couaty. semi-annuall- FATONIC BUtl-wlGit- lV The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.t Thursday Feb 9, 920 1 1 Each Day of This Year You Will Find In The Herald All the locnl, state, country nnd forcljrn news that can Iks obtained by the Associated Press, the Universal News Service, our sjtccial correspondents and our locnl stalT ; ncwa when it is news; news when it is true, not otherwise. No other ncwspaiwr can kIvo you more; very few iiewspaixirs will jrlve you iw much. HORACE MADE GOOD Of MADEL C. DniOHTMAN M4ttr N".-l-- r t.nlnt "All nuily fur the Msich ride. lmy nml glrla." dHd June, n he titT-the MliiMilriKitn. "ah lien nml ready Inn Sully lllrlM ii in I she I nlnuy lull'." iHile h rtewin of Yiile,. mrrmmiM the lnili iimutry It. Lf J l THE UNIVERSAL CAR TJie Forrl Model T One Ton Truck waa the first low price truck to carry the worm-driv- c that tremendous power delivering mechanism had previously liccn an exclusive feature with high priced motor trucks. In the Ford Truck, however, you get the worm d rive of manganese lironzc material, absolute in strength and jiositivc in the delivery of power, at a very low price. Come in and let us point out the many superior merits of the Ford One Ton Truck, lccausc you need one in your work. We give prompt and efficient repair service. -- t mh-Hi- i nxmi The Associated Press wires will furnish us with all the news of the United States nnd Kuropc, the Kuro'icnii news will be supplemented by sHcial cables from all the Kuropean capitals, by tho Universal News Service. Our special correspondents will furnish us with news from the state, and our local stair will gather all tho news of tho city of Imisville. So your newspaper. that you may bo suns in rending the Louisville Herald, that nny event, whether it occurs in Kamchatka or in Kalamazoo, if it has news interest, it will lw in The Louisville Herald, while It prides itself on Iwing, primarily, a newspaper, realizes thnt there is more in life than occurrences thnt are of news value. People wish to la? amused, instructed and entertained as well, nnd the Ix)uisville Herald has spared no expense to do these very things for its readers. Its slogan is something of interest for every mcmlter of the family. Mother nnd the gills will naturally enjoy the whole newspaper, hut there arc n few special fcatuicn that are written for the women folks alone that we aits sure they will find not only interesting but instructive in many instances. The society notes will le of interest to" many; the daily fiction will interest many more, nnd it should, ns some of our Iwst authors arc preparing it. There nro very few women who will not get something of real vnluc from Cynthia Grey's column, whether it is a mnttcr of advice, a cooking recipe, ideas as to or any of the countless things that one wishes to know about. Simply write Cynthia Grey and she will gladly give you her aid in solving your problem. y of with cheek IHe nie nn-- ' Imlr l foil fell on her mhhiIiIit In cold en iiirN. Her drive In mliim! inch iimrnlitK wan fur from nhnrt, hut Sally fell lu HHtlted In Kit Hint tllllt St" Ihiiik niMl put on her new hnmii font tlHtt her mint nnd knitted ml JnliHMHi bud ent her tor her blrthdur the dny liefon. I'ntll Wee. the jimi-- i T of the prfiool lis going et nnd idie mint hml; ln-- r very ln't. "What l the matter nnd the hurry, tny dmrj" mki Sally' mother look' IlilS over her eetnrle, u Sully mh-ei- l "Hli, nothing Into the kltcht-nnun Ii, mother, only Horace linn lurlt.il tin to ride In thnt horrid looking delgh. I Jllt hnle fdelKha nnd people nnywny." pplut tereil Snlly. "hut then I impMuo I will hnri to co, n lie tin. heen no good to father slur, lit. llne." Tuo n'cloek none nml Horace drew up In front of Snllyn door, well pn terted fnmt the winter' cold hy hi. ml wirf wriirHy vtrnppetl iirotuid i heMil, and IiIh lino lixiklng sleigh, lr.ti-eii. Slly ln. wmi n bright!! Pttle Ctrl m, trtl-tii- . Haseldan Bros Garage. H' MIMcd. fli-Ict- Thin there is a daily series of editorials on things of particular interest to women by Charlotte fiilman Perkins; a daily installment of that interesting serial "Confessions of a IJridc." Edgar A. Guest's daily poem "Just Folks," which makes such n wonderful npponl to all lovers of good poetry, and last, but far from least, the pleasure that women get in reading the advertising and the savings they also make in taking advantage of the various sales. For the male memlwrs of the family we oircr what we consider as good an editorial page as can U; found anywhere. There the current events of the day. pcr.a of our editorial their cause and oiled are touched ujwn by stair to the delight and edification of nii our readers. tjie-treuc- hsnt The financial page will give the current quotations on nil stocks nnd londs; the latest quotations on gmin, cotton, produce, live stock, tobacco, oil and every commodity that is listed on the exchange. The modem man can not do business these, days without the financial page of a metropolitan newspaper. Neither can the ordinary male citizen get along without the sporting news of the day, and in The Herald he will find, unqualifiedly, the lest sort page published in Kentucky. "Heady. Sully," rhouted llornce In a honrfo vntee, from ttie The ilriie to the little red whim! seemed lone to Stilly, n her Ihoushtiere nil on xoohic I'miiI Itlce, the sleigh ride, (he lovi-lmipHT nt Nancy lllnke'N nnd not on ttie i um I Ion that llnnire hnd nslied. Wi-l- l iiibI Jut then Sally. Jumping from I In- - nloizh, forsot to even llmlik llnnire, Imt he wiih smm tucked In nnd on hi. way home. "Where hate )ou heen the Init hour. Sally lllcl;-shouted n voice from the corner, "we wnnt to cet Murttil." Sully n cold nfler tier lone drive nml Mood hy the move wnrmlui her tittle unite linnd., first looklnc nt I'nnl. who stood nenrtiy polishing Id. Ilnceninlt., nml thinking of tho hoy vthu IihiI hroucht tier mifely there " Fresh Gut Flowers Every Saturday Growing Bulbs of HYACINTHS, NARCISSUS, TULIPS, DAFFODILS Ktlil Every memlwr of the family will enjoy the cartoons, particularly "Rringing Up Father;" "the Conning Tower," by F. P. A.; "New York Day By Day," by the interesting articles by Frederic A. Haskin and the daily dramatic and movie criticisms. S!c-Intv- rc; "Well, I don't crc nnyny," fhv thnuisht to herself, "I never did Irke Hiiplo nnd never will," Snfe to my llornce mi Hip ohject of lnT thotiElitK, und olTetnler 111 colli l pnrKon with I'mil, the Ccntletnnti, "tin utood hy the ntove. , "W mut cet ptnrteil now, liy nnd hlclilj-rMllhn- Kne. MoRoberts Drugstore There will Imj other features in The Ilernld from time to time, but the above are the regular features that you are sure of each dny of the year iti your Herald. Do you know of any newspaper that olrers more? We doubt if you know of any newspaper that gives you nearly as much ; n year's happiness for every mem-lof the family, and all for five dollars. ' er are unfamiliar with The Herald we will gladly send you n sample copy. We would suggest that you send in your sulwcription now, and thus protect yourself for the coming year against a iwssible raise in subscription rates. Give your subscription to your local agent now. If there is none in your town, send in the coupon lclow. If you THE LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper To DAILY BY MAIL nny totofnce In Kentucky, diana and Tt'nncM. 6 Mo. Year 1 In- MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. NAME Address R. Knrlosrd 1'ind Check For. $5.00 3 .Mm. $2.60 1 Mu. F. D. No.., J. Stale Term Here 1 $1.40 50c Mail following coupon with remittance at once. Don't be without The Herald for u ilnglo day: I'o.tofllce Order Kx press Ordrr .... i. Year...'. 3 1 Mo.. Mo.. 6 Moa The Louisville Herald 1 yr $5.00 The Central Record yr $ L50 1 Total WE WILL FURNISH YOU BOTH $6.50 PAPERS FOR ONE YEAR FOR 16. I'nnl helped Sully on with her cent and nlMed her to the ulclch nml they wero noon cuddlel together In the corner of the nlclch chnttlnc nnd IniiRhlne. After the ton.tn nt Nnury'a clnn. nupH-- r the iNiyn one hy one told of mine crent iiilirnture In their llvi nnd 1'buI'h tnlin of hi. life of adventure held little Snlly nwmtnick. while the other wtre nmileil. "Ttie ntonn In growing wnrjie, we mutt cet Mnrtcd." d 1'nul cidlluc Sully to one ulile III her enr In n centle voice, "We will cn tmck In Mr. lllnke'N new red ', nlelch, It will he much nnfer nud Snlly, It looks n lot nicer." They hml only conn n ihort dlntnnce nnd they ennm to the turn In the roml v hen the hore Jumped, nnd I'liul nncry nnd l.mhel the horc, the hllndlns drift of the new fallen mow nnd the nncry !nlwn of 1'nul frlelit-one- d the liorfe. Hie nlelcb overturned, nnd HHir Sully Iny helplin. hy the nlde of the rojul. "Iln.n't Sully come yet," llornce ex clnluieil nt he walked Into the cozy .It tins room of Mr, lllik' home. "Jink nud nil Ihu ret hnve nrrlved." "It In u hud nlcht nnd I think It right for me to follow the hrokeu roml to Nnncy Iltnkc'x," llornce ald. In u deep volet. In n nhnrt time Mr. Hick hml llornce well xuppllcd with coat nud nhnwln nnd cturted over the rond to Nnncy lllnke'x. . "flit up, Dobhln, we muxt meet Stilly. llornce cxclulmcd to Id. faithful idd white horne. The nlelgh clldd over tho tleece-llkknow nud Horace hnd cnn lr mile wlira n terrlhli1 Mijht cimfronteil him tlx he mine In turn In the rond. There Iny the girl In the of hi drenms uncotuclou nnow. "Snlly, Sully, enn't jolt nHiikT" And plcklnc her up In hi nrm he placed i her cenlly he.ldu hllil In the lonetl Tho cold iharp wind of tbe winter' night hrought Sully P nnd us lio looked up Into Horace' honest hluo eye he place! her liny white nrtn n round hi neck und ex claimed, "You nro tho truu hero of iny Mhl.-in-rehe-hho ron.-lousuie slrl. BARGAIN OFFERINGS We have to offer On nt very low prices j newly, rebuilt Ford touring car, naw top, new radiator and equipped with naw tlreo. One 1918 Ford touring car, new top and good tiret. One 1918 Ford touring car, original top and good tires. One 1919 Chevrolet touring car, newly painted, new top and good set tires, demountable rims. One '1917 Buick touring car, new top. One 1918 Chevrolet touring car. Either of these cars can be delivered to you in perfect mechanical condition on short notice and at a great saving to you. I Paint Lick Garage PAINT LICK, KY. Glen Lilly the FLOUR that competes with QUALITY at a fair price made from selected Garrard County Wheat. which means a saving to you of 50cts. Send your subscription to the office of c CENTRAL RECORD Plea for Nxt Summer! Qarden. oile In l.'utvpc At leant lOO.OUU.OOO Mm In danger of itnrvntlon In the next few months, nccordliiy to Kir Ceorge l'nUh. HlMhklus tieMrv Hie l.tliliul noclety In londoii he declared thnt nlthough the world had not fully uien nnd the nltuatlon huliir huiikera hnd douir no nnd were get ruul-Ice- d Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ting together to devlMS urr. reinnllnl lneu- - SellUh and umuiltlsti lnten-t- i thut were coincident. Thla mean Atnrrtca again limit do her nhani In keeping the world from atarvutlou. I'lan bow to have a hvtter carden than ttrer Best aeaaon. New Yorjs Sun, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 19 1920. 3F1F1EIE JUDGE RALPH GILBERT ANNOUNCES FOR CONGRESS. Well Known Shelby County Democrat Enters Race For Position Now Held by Republican. COTTON SEED MEAL WHEAT AND RYE MIDDLINGS, MILL FEED, CREMO DAIRY FEED will make your Cow Give More Milk. Horse and Mule Feed. OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Flour Try A Sack We deliver In Town. To-day. Our BUI Never Kills We We We We do high grade PLUMBING. do it PROMPTLY. do it EFFICIENTLY. do it as you want it DONE. Our bill will not kill- -It is always modest. Conn The Central Record Brothers. offiee, but who do hold the power of materially advancing the personal interests of the new legislator "if he is a ooc Indian." But there we draw the veil You know the sordid story by heart the story of capitalistic intrigue and domination nt the expense of the people, of the blighted hopes of honest con stitucnts, of the betrayal of public trust. Too often it is seen in this country, because in the begin ning we were soft hearted and easy and believed in the honey cd words and worthless prom ises of n "good fellow." These are troublous times, and we need something more than "good fellows" in our of flees of public trust. statesmanship We need capable of reconstructing the scrambled and battered fabric of our body politic. We need honor and brains instead of political sagacity. But we reap only as we sow Red, Alsike and Sapling Clover Red Top, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass. Genuine Kanawha Salt, Building Material. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." $1.50 a Year. limed Weekly. PaysbU in Advance. Reynolds. RALPH GILBERT, Mr James Reynolds, of near New by, Madison county, died at hi home Friday morning, Feb. Cth, about nine o'clock, of paralysis. He was stricken Thursday afternoon while he was out attending to his stock and as he dfdn't return, his wife went to see about him, and found him doun. He had struggled about fifty feet from where he fell and the neighbors were quickly summoned and he was carried to the house, and he died the following morning. Mr. Reynolds ns a son of the late Levi and Rachel Reynolds, who pre ceded him to the grave about twenty years ago. If he had lived until the sixth of June he would have been 69 years of age. Seventeen years ago he was married to Miss Diana Perkins, Since that lime he ha lived in Madison county where he has made many friends ami they are grieved at his sudden passing auay. He was n good christian man, be coming a member of the Freedom Ilaptist church in early boyhood and lived up to his confession. He leaves to mourn his loss a de voted wife and four nephews, James, Thomps and Trave Hume, all of this county and Henry Hume of Madison county. After funeral services at the home J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Entered nt the Tost Office in LanMail as Second-Clas- s caster, Matter. K, Unaster. Ky.. Febtwry 19. 1920 Member Kentucky Tress Association and Eighth District Publisher League. Rates For Political Announcement. For Precinct and City Offices.-J5.0- 0 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line . .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individual or expression of Individual viewsper line Obituaries, per line .. ...... to 10 .05 FOR CONGRESS. announce RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the District of Eighth Congressional Kentucky. State Primary Election, Saturday, August 7, 1020. Wo arc authorized Democrats of Garrard County will be Interested this morning to learn of the announcement of Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby County, as n candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, in the State Primary Election to beheld Saturday, August ?. lt'-Judge Gilbert's candidacy comes as a response to a fast growing de mand from Democrats all over the district for n new ntan to oiler for Con gress who is fresh from the people a man who has the ability and the energy to make a vigorous campaign and carry the fight to the Republicans a man who has never known defeat. Judge Gilbert is such a man. He Is not only a nuccessful lawyer, but he possesses the business qualifications and that idominable energy so necessary in the making of n Congressman of the first rank. He has only held one public office that of County Judge of Shelby County which position he filled for eight years with satisfaction to the entire citizenship. A forceful speaker and an aggressive campaigner. Judge Gilbert, if honored with the Democratic nominntion, can be depended upon to redeem the district from Republican control, as it was redeemed before by his father, the late George G. Gilbert, hack in 1898, which was the only other time it was ever represented by a Rpublican. Judge Gilbert expects to meet and speak to the Democrats of Gar rard county as the campaign gets under way and in the meantime he will appreciate a careful condidcmtion of his candidacy at your hands. Shelby v''!e News. O. the remains were taken to the little Ilethcl (hunh yard and Isld to rest Much s)mpth) felt for the boreav ed one Im m left alune, May God comfert her in her dark hour of trial. "Gently the stars arc beaming. Upon a silent grave. There lies our uncle Jlmmle sleeping. The one e laved but ceutd not save. A nnice I. 1'. II. Republican Mass Convention. i Mr. Henry More, chairman of the Republican County Committee has called a mass convention of the Re publican of Garrard county for Saturday afternoon February 28th, at one o'clock In the Court House for the purpose of selecting delegates to the state convention to le held in I.ouUville on March 3rd, . At the same time delegates to the listrict convention, which meets in Danville on March 2nd. wltl be selected. The chairman also announces in the call that at the same time a new county committee will be selected, one representing each precinct in the county. Thoe chosen will bo elected for four years. Burton. Mr, James II. llurton died Tribute To Mrs. Dunn. at his .Mrs. GOOD FELLOWS IN OFFICE. We in this country- have gradually dropped into the habit of electing good fellows to public office. If they arc possessed of some slight qualifications, we are - fortunate. If they are without qualifications, we elect them any way because they are "good fellows". The professional politician is invariably a "good fellow". It is part of his stock in trade. It is necessary that he be such in order to succeed. Because of this you find our public offices filled with professional politicians. The young follow with political ambition goes out after some small office, and because he is pleasant and agreeable, a good talker and bunk slinger, we give it to him. Next he fixes his eye on an office a little higher up, and because he has proven himself a "good fellow" In the small nnejwe give him the next one. Then the state legislature, andtoven congress, olfer attractions to his ambitious mind. We have come to know him well,;have smoked his cigars at election time, have admired his democracy in kissing the kids, have accepted his blarney at face value, and again we give him his heart's desire because, you know, he's a "real fellow." In the state capitol, or in Washington, the "good fellow" meets other "good fellows" fellows who do not hold public PICK UP THE LOOSE ENDS. wim tne advent oi spring there is much for our munici pal authorities to consider. A careful scrutiny i this town will disclose abundant food for thought and action. Unsightly conditions will be found, streets are in need repairs, uroKen pavements require attention, and a few low places should be filled in. A public rest room should be provided for the benefit of our friends from the country who may want to while away an hour or two before returning t their homes. There should be a homelike air of hospitality pervading this town which would cause people to want to come again and come often. People from the country should be made to feel that this is their town as well as ours. We can do these things, if we will and it costs little but means much. We suggest that our honor able city dads take a few hours olT and exercise their legs. A tramp around town might prove both, illuminating- - and instructive. home near ltuckcye last Tuesday after a short illness. He was a brother of "Squire" llurton and an uncle of .Messrs V. IS., R. L. and R. I. Iiurton of this county. He was buried at the family burial ground yesterday after appropriate services nt the grave. ....it Alexander. After an illness of only a few days, Mrs. Wilson Alexander died at her home near Hubble Tuesday night, of pneumonia, following a case of influenza. Her death Js indeed a hock to her family and friends, who have the sympathy of the community in learning of her passing. She t survived by her husband and one hild. She was a sister of Mr. Rob ert Shearer of this county. Sutton. Sophia Robinson Dunn enterFebruary 12th all that medical skill, and the loving ministrations of the devoted family were hers, but the loving, useful life came to ita close. "In my Father's house are many mansions " Some jS: one has said the mansions in heaven are built with the material furnished from earth, the good deeds, the kind words, the loving kindness shown, If this be true, our dear friend' mansion will have a foundation of unselfishness, the walls will be loving kindness, and the whole structure will be interwoven with beautiful llowers, flowers of sympathy, charity, and cheerfulness she scattered here. whose perfume and memory will live long In the hearts of her friends. Sophia Robinson gave her heart to God in early life and has been always a consistent Christian. Her life was a sweet benediction to those who came in contact with her. ed life eternal I HEADQUARTERS FOR American There is, it seems, a differ ence in the degree of thievery. If a man swipes your horse, or your diamonds, or even your wad", lie is just a mangy thief. But if he walks awny with your booze he at once becomes a monstrocity and a public menace. however, prices nre regulated entirely by the law of supply and demand the "demand" of the profiteer. But now, Mr. and Mn. I'at Sutton have the sympathy of their friends in the loss "What Thou hast given. Thou canst take, f their daughter, Nannie 11. Sutton, ho patsed away at their home on tliu And when Thou wilt new gifts can make, Uuckcye pike last Saturday, February All flows from Thee alone; Hth, When Thou didst give it. it was Thine, As she was sick only n few days, her rather sudden death came as When Thou retook'st it, it was not mine, tuite a shock to the entire family. Thy will in all be done." Although she had been an Invalid FROM ONE WHO LOVED HER. since early childhood and a constant uiferer, she bore her afflictions with CARD OF THANKS. out u murmur and was the idol of her I shall always remember with sinparents, whose devotion and atten cere gratefulness the kindness shown, tions showered upon her. were path- and words of sympathy expressed by etically beautiful. She was in her my friends in the loss of my wife, twenty-secon- d year, having been and take this means of thanking you born February 1st. 1898. T. J. Price. all. The funeral services wero conduct- d at the grave last Sunday afternoon CARD OF THANKS. here the frail body was laid to rest We wish to express our sincere beneath ii mound of flowers sent by gratitude for the many kindnesses devoted friends bnd loved on on. shown during tho illness and death of A precious one from you has gone, our devoted daughter. We wish esThe voice you loved is stilled, pecially to thank Mr. Ilcailey for hit A place is vacant In your home, thoughtfulncss and kindness. Which never can be filled." Pat Sutton and family, DO NOT FEED DRONES. Feed Is too expensive to waste. It Is wasted If your hens do not show LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN' 11 lack and White setter dog. Wear- results. Add a little II. A. THOMAS' ing collar bearing my name. Re POULTRY REMEDY to their food Sam M. Denny. and you will have a full egg basket, ward. t. V. A. Dickerson. adv. lO-'.'- Wire Fence Plow Gear, Collars m art Breeching I Studebaker a I aid Old Hickox Wagons si Cull and see our Clover and Tim- thy Seed. H. C. Itailey and Sons. HASELDEN BROS. (HI The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Feb 19, 1920 Mr. nnd Mrs. George Greer, wh Scott-Cent- er. have been hero during the tobacco A wedding which will he of much Virginia. WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD POST- - season, have returned to Interest (o the many friends of Miss Messrs W. O. Itigney and Wesley Nannie Frances Scott, nnd Mr. Ernest OFFICE BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. Dlcktrton are in Cincinnati this week Martin Center, took place nt Danville Headquarters for Oliver Plows and Repairs. Vulcan i where Mr. Higncy will purchase Kentucky, on Wednesday afternoon, John Dcero and Syracuse turning plows, cheap. We still have handsome funeral car. February 1 th. 1020, nt the home of some bargains. Mrs. John M. Fnrra returned yes Rev. Smith, minister of the Christian . 5500. to Rive away, our rent is so much less. Lome in terdny (rum Covington, where the church of that city. The bride is the eldest daughter of and get your part now. We have SALVET to tono up your stock has, been the guest of her site and brooder. Coal Oil Tank and Gas Engine cheap Mrs. Gcorgu Mcltoberts for the past Mr. Jnmes A. Scott, of this county Incubator and n lovely and accomplished young two A'eeks. A Ford SEDAN. Car load of wire Fence at the right price. woman. She was beautiful In a mod-ii- h Mis Lucille Thompon who linn spring suit of brown wool Jersey, had llu and pneumnnln, I nblc to be with hnt, fur nnd shoes to match. up in her room. Her many friend: The groom is n prominent young Deal House. The are delighted to hear this nnd hope farmer of this county who wa In the for her a iuiek recovery. service of "Uncle Snm" for two years, Mrs. Florence (Irani nnd daughter, spending one and a half yenrs "over nnd 08 days under the fire of t Miss France, are very plcniantly lo there" I the Germans. He took active part v ed having rooms with Mr. Lini cat Walker llobind. Lntcr Mrs. Grant in the'battle of Snn Mihel and Forest. During the latter enexpects to purchase property nnd cs gagement he received a wound from ' tablih her home permanently In that shrnpnel, which :: ruined him considcity. erable pain 'ami worry but from Mr. Krnet M. Center nnd bride which he ha now recovered. -They were accompanied to DanMr. and Mrs. Frank Ralston, MIm Dura Seott and Mr. Leonard Aldridg ville by Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Hals-tofnee, Miss Eva Scott), bride and were untcrtnintil at nn elaborate din ing at the Imme of the groom's par groom of December 20, brother-in-laand sister of the bride. ents, Mr. arid Mr. J. II. Center, on After a few days stny at the last Saturday. " they returned to the home of Mr. R. K. Swepe, who now with his her father on the Lexington Road. family Mv In Aberdeen, Ml., whs The marriage of this estimable our city Tuesday and puid tMs ntfic couple i the result of a happy cmirt-shi- p call. He and his family it pleaswnt of several years ami we wfcih for like their new Southern home, hu them n long rife of happiness and !iU think there i no place like Ken prosperity. turky and Garrard County. PROFIT IN STOCK. Eyes Glasses A n feature of the Lincoln's Day You can lncrne your profit by giv program in her rotmi at the (irnded in Kentucky. School, Miss Amanda Anderson ex ing them it. A. THOMAS' STOCK Removes worm, tonic Will be the KENGARLAN HOTEL, lubited to her pupil a bit of Lin REMEDY and conditioner, causes your horses, This win a card in th i "liana. LANCASTER, KY. ONE DAY ONLY I'residont's to hi Secre cattle and sheep to get all the food tnry of War, in whleli he referred to value out of the grain tlmt is fed 1920. FEBRUARY a former cltlien of Cnrrnrd, the late thew. W. A. Dickerson. Judge Samuel I.uik a one most Iron adv. For This necked friend in Kentucky. The lit' STYLES GALORE. tie card belongs to Mrs. Fisher Her All the styles in Spectacles and riiiKeyeglasses furnished by the Byrne Mis Ora Kstndge, of Paint Lick Optical Service, at Kengarlan Hotel, Exclusive who i a frequent visitor in Richmond Lancaster, February 23rd. 1920. I EMPLOY NO AGENTS gave her friend n urpriv when Call and see our Clover nnd Tim leaving borne last Monday, telling: he H. C. Ilnilcy nnd Sons. family she wa going to Hichmond to othy Seed. enter the Eastern Normnl, Mr. James LOST: 32 Smith and Weston. who hai Iwcn vn Mr Will Knltton was awaiting her iting h iter, Mr. I. Gullcy, in they went immediately to arrival and nlckle plated pistol, on Lexington Lexington pike, between the Clayton Iincaiter, ha returned to hi home Arnold where they were married Saturday and T. M. Arnold property Ky, In Harlan, about evening. They left aftor the cere two week ago. Liberal reward for Mr nnd Mr. Mike" Iayc nnd little mony to ninke their home in Logan return, or any information leading daughter, who have been prndlnj: West Virginia, where the groom ha n to its recovery. and A Brill Mention el Ih Comln (cvern! month in Lancaster, have re' splendid position. Friends here ex Willi HutTmnn, tanenster Star R. In. Getni by 7he Ve Art Inttrtittd turned to l.ouivillc. tend henrty good wishes to the happy couple Hichmond Register, The many friends of Mrs. Jack illMr, Clay KaulTmnn lint returned Adams will regret to know of her The many friends of Mr. Joseph T, Commissioner's ness of pneumonia, nnd wilt hope for llarr will he glad to know he has re to Covington. her an early ccovery. turned to Lis home near Paint Lick Mrs, Ed Games w spending a few having received an honorable di GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mr and .Mr. Louisville. llauton were charge from the U. S. Navy where he day in Jar. II. Dunn, ct nl, Plaintiffs. the week end guests of her father, has served for the past four year. VS. Mr. John Shackelford nnd children, Mr. James A. Scott and attended the After hi enlistment he was tent to K. Dunn's Exor.. et al. Defts. Clay anil Mar-- , are visiting relative Scott Center wedding. Pursuant to a judgment of the Norfolk Vn., ami after u few month in Richmond. Garrard Circuit Court Mi Sarah Greenlcaf, Mr. nnd training was assigned to the battle November Term, 1010, entered at Its I, as Com Rev. and Mr. Harry Hudson have Mrs. J. J. Greenleaf, of Hichmond, ship, Florida, which was ordered missioner of the Garrard Circuit returned from a visit of several ilay attended the funeral of Mrs. John overseas oen after the declaration Coutt on In Springfield. of war, He pent thirteen months MONDAY. FEDRUARY 23rd. 1920. Shackelford in Ijincntter. on foreign sevice, and hi ship being in front of the Court House door at Von Greenlcaf, of Richmond, Mis 1 o clock. A. M. or thereabouts, will Mi Com lloll Regent and Mr. one of the Victory Fleet, he witness ha lirrn visiting her mint. Mm. Jesse I'rewitt of Iloyle, were united at public auction to the highest ed the surrender of the Herman tleet rent best bidder about 125 acres of Emma KnulTman. in the holy bond Of matrimony at at Firtli of Forth. Scotland. Novem and land for grilling cattle only. Said (.ancastor the putt week. her 21, 1UI8. In July l'.Mt. he was land situated on the Danville MiM Mary Edith Walker wo the nnd Uincnster Dike, adjoining the lands pleasant guest of MIm Ida .Mae Han Mr. Clay Pumphrey, who holds 11 transferred to the U. S. S. Sea Gull of Sam llourne, S. J. Hourne. Thumps lew, Wednesday night. lucrative position at Omar, West Va, one of the Atlantic mine sweepers Arnold, Wntktns heir, and Wesley and was again ordered overseas Sutton. Thi land i in blue grass, .Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I.ee mid In- hn been the guiwt of his parents, Mr. While there he visited France, Spain well watered and plenty of shade. teresting children of Louisville, have and Mrs. J. V I'umphrey. Portugal and many other places of TERMS. been guest of relative. There wns not a meeting; of the Interest. Soon after hi return to the The renter will be renulred to ex- Mr. W. II, Hay of Iluckcye, ipunt Woman' Club Thursday on account State hi ship vn sent to the Pacific ecute bond with unproved ecuritv. due January 1, 1021, with interet the week end with his daughter, Mm. of the death of Mrs. T. Johnson coast .where he was discharged at six per cent per annum from date I'rice and Mrs. John Shackelford. "Joe" made many friends while with of Printu Walker of thli city. rental. Uncle Sam nnd has n host of friends W. II. IIROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Numerous friends will regret to Mr. and Mr. Hanks Hudson, of here to welcome him back. WANTEDi Sit or .ifht acre of Danville attended the funeral of Mr. learn of the illness of Ml Julia Za tobacco Und on shares. none at her home on Crab Orchard VALENTINE DANCE. John Shackelford in R. E. 11ERGNER. D.nville. Ky. Street, but wih for her a quick re- Margaret Hughes was host Mi F. M. Tinder nnd covury. Hcv. and Mr. last night at u Valentino dance at the on, James, of North Middletown, Miss Carrie Hello Roman, who ha home of her parents, Mr. ami Mr ItfiKirt ol tlutCoittlltinu have been visiting Lnncaiter frienils. been attending Hamilton College. Robert Hughe. In Kennedy Court Mrs. W. J. Romans Is quite ill at Lexington, was called home this week Thoe present for the delightful oc her home on Hlchniond street. Her by the illness of her mother, Mrs. W. casion were: Misses Dorothy Good win, Kvelyn Atkermnn, Adele Shrad-cr- , numerous friend arc wishing her a J. Roman. Kmma Graham Falrleigh, Ethyl needy recovery. Miex Mary Ellon Peace, Minnie dray Poston, Ruth Hlnir .Moore, iIoIdc tMHiof. it the Inn ii ol I'atul l.icl Clay County ul .tril. Htt ol kVniu.Aj-AMessrs Hate, and Jim Turner, Crude Pollard. Lena Turner Gladys Fnsbie, of Lancuter, Ky, TMl lo.iL or IU'.iki.i o ink .Shaekleford and MIm Sallie Shackle- - and Master Thomas lliitchor spent Dorothy ljmdrum, Eugenia Goebere, ford, of Hlchniond, attended the fun- - an enjoyable afternoon Monday with Helen Falrleigh, Murjorie Meyer, Mill, tiny of Jan 11)20. eral of Mr. John Shaekleford in, their friend, Miss Agnes I'ollard. on Martha Howell, Joyce Russell, l.e Lancaster lat Friday. Danville street tmrn Carter, Messrs Edward .Moore, LuMiaaiol IMmhwuI. . t. iu Clarence Pttier, Allan I.ongstreet, (llflitl.(l..MUtt'l alHl HUuril ;.!! tltf iiuwi. imi umvr rurtu. i.iji Hunter Green, Jack Green, David ihuck. luuk. use win i, Lt, ,n ,, UH SMM.I Gray Poston. William Semonin. J as. l!J luuktni iiiih.v. rYirtiliurv turf Haupt, Kenneth Weir, Fritr Ruby, Ktxltir,. lbii i.i . Eugene Farmer, Scott Miller, Paul Oilier ulabuteuut Intu0il uuUm FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO auy , . lirsiL, (II (iH Semonin, James Gluzebrook. James TuMl t !.: H Huteheson, Fred Ilecht. -- Courier 1. 1. vim. ii u:si (!) Journal. The above was taken from the Sun- C.i.lKIvk p.MlM, la saili l.c.sjno ... au Huil'lm 'uml la no (!) day's Courier Journal, und will be I'mllTMct I'toflH. Ir.iex- ,mt UH.. 6si interesting to the numerous friend uilU.uHIIHbriIOit,M (I Ill of Miss Hughe, who is well known n.m.ml IVtlln.!.. at a, , . . li.h.i.li. here, where she so often visits her CtrllDril iMitek, I'o.ul (!) grand parent, Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Mt i atU( IK.fU Tl Miller, on Danville avenue. 1 TO OUR PATRONS .. FOOD PRICES Increase 50 to 200 Per Cent in J3ix Years. Increases of from 150 to 200 per cent In retail prices of the principal food product of the country nnd from 70 to more than 200 per cent in wholesale prices during the last six years arc shown in figures issued by the llurenu of l.nlor Statistics. nxmnaatrn Classified Column RATES i Sitigle insertions lc a word No ad taken for lets than 20c In this column. No ad In this column charged. Seven Insertion for the prlco of five. Phone orders must be paid ( C & 5 a J. R. MOUNT & CO. VV x S i' , S2x 23rd. n. "Oil-cher- i THE BYRNE OPTICAL SERVICE Examined. Fitted. Fourteen Years Central ' 'I at i hand-writin- g First Trip Year. J. J. BYRNE Optometrist. Danville's i - Gossip About People v?xN 0 Taking tho year 1913 a the norpromptly. mal year for basing comparative jj by jut itmcx u nt mx1: x jtwaootsjoffioo prices, the bureau shown that December 1010, retail price of meat had advanced from 50 to 80 per cent, For Salo; Some baled timothy over the nverage for I'JI.'I. llacon hay. J. W. Sweeney. and ham led in meat prices, with inCASH; For old wool carpets, creases of 8(5 per cent each nnd pork Phone 397. chops stood second highest, with nn soiled Ilrussel Rugs. Miss Fannie llishop. advance of HI per cent. Iluttcr rose 101 per cent; eggs, 1(51 per cent; SALE; Two-- 3 FOR year old hens, 81 per cent; nnd lard 121 per mares. Good bone and size, cent. W. S. Embry. tf. Hrendstutr and dairy product FOR SALE: 18 shonls, average climbed to higher levels than the Phone 37I-R- . meat group. FlouT advanced .13 about 130 pound. Clarence Green, Paint Lick. per cent; bread, 179 per cent; rice, 103 per cent; potatoes, lfi.1 per cent. FOR SALE A good team of Coffee, tea and sugar showed advanhorse mules ready for work, ces of U, 27 and 101 per cent, resJ. It. Wooil, Manse, Ky. pectively. Cheese went up 9t! ier A geod tenant to raise cent, nnd milk KK per cent. WANTED Wholesale clothifiK prices, accord-in4 acres of tobacco nnd 20 ncros of to the bureau's W. II. Mou. Sr. showed corn. an increase of 235 per cent, last DecFOR SALE; A good pair of ember over the 1913 levels and house furnishings went up 208 per cent. ! draft mares, 5 and years old. Good Dr. Printns Walker. An advance of 134 per cent in food J workers. as a commodity was shown, while FOR SALE: Good farm of CO larm products rose n per cent. acres, well improved and will grow', Lumber nnd building materials tobacco. J. II. Woods, Manse Ky. climbed H3 per cent, in the six yenrs, while the average price of all FOR RENT For balance of year, commodities tabulated rose 138 per a new ix room house, lights and I water, in Huseldcn Heights. cent. W. H. Moss, Jr. An nvcrngc increase of 3 per cent In wholesale prices were shown in ' I havo NEW FEED STABLEi comparative figures of December-opened n Feed nnd Hitch Stable at Food went up 5 per cent,' same. clothing, 3 per cent, fuel and lighting the Old County Darn opposite Conn last. Farm products remained the Ilrothcrs shop. Give me a call. S. II. Estcs. pd. and household furnishings 1 per centl each. Lumber nnd building materFOR SALE: Several three and ials showed an increase of 5 per cent. ' five year old mules. All well brolrtn For Sale Some nice timothy hay, and lots of quality. James II. Leavcll, Urynntsville Ky. baled. (2.5.3t) A. W. Knvanaugh STRAYED From my place near Parlor Grove, Feb. 3rd, a light buy , WANTEDi Old carpets, Clothhtrsc, about 1T or 155 hands high. ing nnd a little money, to make you H. F. Sander, a new valuable rug. Liberal reward. MUs Fannie Dihop. d R. F. I). 1. Wayncsburg, Ky.l f) 1 lt-p) I lt-p- lt-p- d. Rental Of Land. Furniture and Remnant 1 SALE IN OLD STORE ROOM BLOCK STORMES 1:30 P. M. Saturday, Feb 21 Peoples BankS l SECOND HAND DRESSERS, HALL RACKS, TABLES, WOOD BEDS, SPRINGS, OIL STOVES, COUCH-E- S AND OTHER THINGS. Also a few remnants of Lyons' Dry Goods Stock, including some show cases, nice thread case, Ladies Dress Skirts, 2 F. P. Gas Lighting Plants; One small Store Truck, One 9x12 Matting Rug; One Large Ribbon Case; A few picture frames and etc. If weather prevents, sale will be held MONDAY, at 1:30 P.M. ('l 11 I Sanders SelFem Quid: Sale 1 . BARGAINS GREAT ENTIRE STOCK MUST GO. 1 Tout llvi.TiSiia Sander's Variety Store. W SELL IUK LESS. hlil.ol W.ulurkr. Counli at... (luriid. Don't fall to get a pair of Uyrns' ... ... 1.. .? " v, r.. . ituwii, .mii - n .1 nwui. I rv.lii. Itul and uetlil.r ut 14 Scientifically Fitted CUit, Monday In aulriniilr axrar Ibi- U)e nmi1 Hank. February 23rd at the Kengarlau inut Is true lo the twitIh.t Ihe abo. .tale. ot our kDoU-Jiaiid. Hotcl-O- NE E. t.. WHOPS. ftuM.ul. I DAY ONLY. Ullef. f .i U. (1. WOOIIK. i FOR RKNTs The Harris StoreI abrlbel and loom lu btlura lue tbl. inh I room next door to Mrs. Francis' store day ol Kelt im. VV. II Kimb. Snlarv In hi If G. C. Valkcr . Mr UominlMlun K'lf Jan, IT lU, C..hlf J. F. tioltzclaw & Son The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 19, 1920 CROSS PURPOSES I TUC mi oiuni. ON CTfllK ODIIDCQTY I I By GRACE C. RILCY. rnuruni i I I I'M br MfOuf. 'It N Imnl for jtm lo nil Hit time; ilmi't N.ar lme l Mindieatt my moth-r- r Ik "A blizzatd? Wc should worry Chesterfield Vr Mow. An exciting n good fire, tlic"j isfy tmokc," and you're fixed for the evening. And, mind you, the "satisfy" blend can't le copied that's why only Chesterfields curt "satisfy." lint It nl hard for I LHT !' MAPLE AVENUE Hint." oh. fair. tn li Ikho )ottr, iliwr; don't forset I roiinerttil with tin whole ut I nmlil. I only It wouldn't Iinnl If they ilhl not iimrrrl no; nlil It lti't lifliiiw tlicy nre tired n I 1 don't lot tliotH lift n llmrer. mil. They offer from I lino In time, hut llii' poor ilnr Imd thrtr jewr of Inlmr nixl de.eno In n- - mm." 'Vrlni tlioy old n Imppter If they ilM work, Jiiim'," MtccoMed her m forct. I'an; force! IN LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT PUBLIC hii!fliiil. oh. )tm don't know nhnt yon' n tnlklnc nlMiiit!" Jane nimwored with Irrttntloii. A Jane, ymr before Imt molher. Mr. AICTION ON THE PREMISES, had tleohled to Ihe Willi Imt nmrrliil dfitik'htor. Mr. Jnine wiw rltflit, of cour-M'- ; Mr. Jiunr wa nl rlKht. Ms month luler I ton h.nl Mn tlmt It wii nocr.ary to hae hN mothiT. Iimi, for rlio hi fnllltii: Hi n nmr ulroncili ami needed her only Iht I'nuii tlmt dny Miinll Irrltnhlll-lu'- . argument? nml tlreotne i'ndle il'vrilotn tmil chanced the burtnonl-ii- ' ntnHHinTi of the "nee Imppy Itnrrtnctoti homo, nml Jane una tlitd lie It litnt l mi re limn hr could GOLD OR TINSEL WHICH DO YOU PREFER? The Inn. I flowing with milk ami nlr, kit honey in iroacmHtlmi the home of pence and ewttfort m heikonintr to every yMM Bon Ih tin community. If you MtMNaVr jnwr Mmtou ymi ncrtimulnte Mtly Ue UnmI m( Hfe. If you mvi nml invent UeM yM reap the Kohl account at Hewn with a MVinir thia iKtnk. Time will take rare of the rent lunr li. Winn Pun auolo tin- - next morning Mg xuritrtMI to aee Hint Ji tie wa 'HI 'IfojMlnf Juno, who tiually nwike i fly rrared hrenkfait niul then railed him nml the dock hand morel-h'nl- y xlitol lo right o'clock. hut did nut nuaken, "Jii Pan kh,Vo nirnln. "Girl. It'a nfli-- r eicht o'clock." ThU tlmt Jnnn neiiel Imt eye. "What Iho matter, I.00V Imiw Inte It l!H Ami Juno? Juno awoke auoke to an undcrMniid-iiof tlie hour: to tlx fnrt Ihnt ah hal orerlept nml Hint Pun win Into; Imt nioro alrt to the- mln In t.T dark nml IiimiiI tluiii lo nnythlni; elr. "I pit I'm lek, Dan; you'll lmvi tii mil inntlier. Pnn Hii ijiilrkly out of IkiI ami il.ntilMir tu4iis nt 3lr. Jamei ilnor eit Jane'" Jane tlrreil rittloly, The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Saturday, FEB. 21st AT 2:00 P. M. "What H Itr "June' ilck will jwi 4miii eiMiie uptnlr nmi. n doctorr"''-"Why. certainly. Pantile, I'll lie rlsht ilimn," The tliousht Uaihetl thnxich Pan' mlnil that not for year harVhe an rhetrfutly: heanl hi niollwr hut tie coiihl clve no iiwiro thoucht In thl now then' wan much to be ilone. he went for Doctor who rrturntil with him ami pnvo Jane a thorouch exnmlnatliin. n ery nick elrl, "She la hut iinthlnK ilani;erou, I think. a completo nervoua hrenkdown, and nml he mut hare advilute TlM-lie wrnt to "Mother." In Mill, mother I Eolne to mo noino hri'nkfait in you raw?" THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cop I fol hl inolher'n l "Jane ulrk; her her. Will you Ket while I en for the $50,000. Ilook-keepe- Surplus $30,000. J K. STOKMKS. Vtce-l'rut. A. It. DKNNY, I'rcaldcnt. S. C. DKNNV, Cnihler J. II. THOMPSON, Teller. IIAUItIS, Individual IIURI! MOIll.KY. General C. M. Hook-Keepe- r. Prelns hatlly, Sifety Deposit Boxes For Rent. IMMEDIATE POSESSION. THIS ELEGANT SARY TWO-STORV quiet." "Had rrt WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. II. Swlnebroad, Alex H. Denny, J. II. Toiey, J. FL Storme. S. C. Denny, A. T. Sander, Dr. W. M. KUiott, Director!. I "Hettrr nut ; far heller not," aald the lumy doctor, ui he piled amall Hack of pink and while and nil pllli on the lrVInc tnhli. prepartHl nut only a temptlnic hreuk fant for .Mr. Jame and Dan, hut had u I my ready to take up to Jane. "Urncv up, Dannie, we will brln her hark to health hoforo you know nhe'a Kirk, mm." A winltli of love and ten. waa In hT tone, and Dan ieriiei omht ncnrcely helleve hl riira. Thank, mother and Jut ho a little (uillelit with Mr. Jaine. wuu't )oii? torr lietter remain at home, tloc RESIDENCE IS IN A-- l powntalr, Mr. Harrington had CONDITION, WITH SPLENDID BARN AND ALL NECESOUT-BUILDING- S, INCLUDING A MILK HOUSE, STOP! LOOK! COAL HOUSE AND HEN HOUSE. IDEAL LOCATION FOR A HOME, GRAND VIEW. HOOD. GOOD THE NEIGHBOR- TWO LOTS CAN BE SOLD OFF THIS PLACE. BE CONTRACTORS TELL ME THAT IMPROVENOT RE-PLACED MENTS ON THIS SPLENDID LOT COULD Juno frlshtfully to hear you two iirsui." unko-i- . miii I We ilnn't mean nnythlne hy our urulni: why, I think n of Mr. Jninei; and niijwny, we will ho tiNi huy today, I reckon, for nrBUinent." Here Mr, Jamo put In an iipoiir-HiirIimiUIiil frail nml aiixlou. "Now, Miilhlhle Jiiiiit, ilim't )on orry n inlli the ilwior lohl nn- - Jane It wear on o LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE Wc nrc equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE 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 BE- FORE DAY OF SALE, AND REMEMBER YOU FIX THE PRICE AND SAY WHAT IT IS WORTH. TERMS VERY LIBERAL. G. C. WALKER OWNER. woiihl ho nil rliiht Mllli you In niire u khe nli Mr. Harrington, her," 'rcw her friend ami enemy Into u chair li.furo Iho lahle. "Phi lu My no, Mary? Hut who will do t'm homework 1" "liiMxInok, me, Mntlilhle. don't you reckon I luno killl trcnctli tiiiiuli to nllTel Mr. wield a illoliinopV with lire In her eye. Hut of a million the lire !!flppenred. "(Iuik Malhlhle, mil you nml mo, liet ween clinn and lake cure of keep the ltiiu Jam', too, can't weT" n "Vou'ro a kihhI wuiiinn, Mnry md I'vo nlwnya nhl thoueh you have trot 11 frlnhlful temper," ald MathUiln Jaine, Klniilnir to Mury oa kIm carried u pile of kl illkhea tit th kitchen. During tlmt day nml tlioxo Ihnt the two old luillc lived lience-full- y toKethir, vjlui: with one unotber In rookliiE. iiurMlns nml cleaiiliie. Their mrilpled that then' waa mind wero Ilnr-rlnglo- ii REPAIRING We can On nil makes of Automobiles or KiiKines. furniflh you with a now hnttery or repair your old one. battery chnrRer Wo have installed and nro now ready for battery chnrKintr u With our Aceytelone and Oxyuen WeldiiiK wo can weld 'most any broken part of an auto mobile, uas engine or farmini; machinery. At r.ny time you need help on your Auto, Gas KiikIho or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will he Kind to come to your rescue cither day or niht. No jobs too largo or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. Wo handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gnsolino on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Dny and Night. Satisfaction Ma-chin- u, no riHiin for Iho keynuM of thtprielit harmony luy In the joy of the mother In thu round of dutle with which I hey wa iMirno In 'tiy dlMKnment, (trail-uallukhi Jnne the y rrnl-lutllo- n jhnt guaranteed. were dally otafronted. "Wo were nil worklnij at Pan hut I've learnetl my ahe confidently lufonued her one croaa-pur-pox- r, ," hua-(mo- Patrick & Conn. "It takea you, dear, always to the right way In the enil," her lovingly, uaaurvd vvrnli:. And hua-tB-(l HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. hr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday Feb 19, 1920 WIDE AWAKE AND HOOVERBOOM ACTIVE IC CLAIM For The Presidency OF LETTER MAN. Rapidly Gaining Ground. Says He Performs Dut ies with Renewed vim Politicians nrc left gasping at the astounding stroke of the loyally I)em because of Trutona. ocratie and Wilsonian New York Howling (Jrcett, Ky Feb. 18th. "I'm wiil awake ami nctivc and rent ly fel like working; seems as though I'm nlili to pcrfarm my dutlos with a new Tint since tnklnic Trutona,' C W. Hnwcrtoii, a well known let-tr- r carrier here vihn Itves at 100 Fourteenth Street, wtd n few days isfy those practical exigencies of se- which the party must take note in f World, in coining nut flatly in a two and a Imlf column editorial fur Herbert C. Hoover for President on either a Democratic, Progressive, Independent, or Republican platform. "In point of ability, In point of experience, in point of capacity to deal comprehensively with the new problems of reconstruction, Mr. Hoover ' went above all the candidate who "I hadn't lireti feeling well and I I ive been brought into the contest," wn nfrnlil to Inn along ns 'flu' time asserts, The World, and find scores of was drawing near." Mr. Howcrton widely seniratcd newspapers, Repubcontinued. "My digestion was poor lican and Democratic alike, which nml although I slept well, my ileep agree fully in this nml other statedidn't seem to be restful as I usual ments tnnile in The World's astonishly felt lifeless, tired ami druggy ing editorial. Criticism of Mr. My liver nnil kidneys weren't acting Hoover's abilities as nn administrator nornKilly either. 1 felt drowsy anil is conspicuous by its absence. Some sleepy most all day. might find fault with his comparative "After several of my neighbors inexperience as n politician, but, as hml spoken to me nliout Trutonii I The World and other newspapers say, finally leeiileil to try the medicine the "public is tired of professional OOD IDEA! As I just saiil I enn perform my politicians." duties with a new vim since taking Hoover's unique role in the PresiOpen your Trutona. I'm wiile awake ami nc dential race "cmbnrnsses the polikyStrikepucktive nml feel more like working, it ticians of the Democratic and Repubhis wny tear t'wn. Trutona gave tne quicker lican parties, und delights the formerrelief than nny other tonic I hate ly helpless general public," gleefully oir part of the top ever taken anil because of the quick asserts the Philadelphia Evening Pubonly. thorough benefits I have trained lic Ledger (Ind.). Hoover is needed through it I nm Kind to recommend in the White House, declares The Protects the Lucky Strike World, because this medicine." cigarette u cigarette made Trutona is now being introduced "The fundamental rights nnd liber and explained in at Mc ties of thcAmcrican people arc men of that delicious real HurItobert'H Drug Store. aced today ns they have never been ley tobacco. It's toasted. (Advertisement. before. On the one hand radicalism is pushing its theories to the very DKADSIIAW MILL. verge of anarchy, nnd on the other ) Guaranteed try hand conservatism has joined hands Little Elmer Kugene Wcwitt is ill with Hourbonism to destroy liberty in Mr. Merin Long is ill at this writ order to maintain the extreme indl ing. viduab'stic theory of property rights. Mrs. Susan Ilroaddus spent Mon lletween these two greedy groups of day with Mrs. S. N. Sanders. fools nnd fanatics there is a great Mrs. Crant Sanders is with her son middle ground which is held by the Building Morse Hill who is ill with pneumonia vast majority of Americans and Snyder and Harlan which they will continue to hold un Mrs. Floyd AuditorTo spent Monday with Mrs. S. X. San der competent leadership, but com BANK, NATIONAL pctent leadership there must be, and der. WIRELESS FINDS no man better embodies it than HerOF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. ium. Mr. Floyd Snyder purchased n hog bert C. Hoover." from Mr. Lessie T. Uradshaw price "Hoover is A good future without saving it something not n dark horse," says Girl Long Missing. LEXINGTON, KY Feb. H. The $40.00 that doesn't often happen, you know. one pertinent pnrographcr, "rather New Arts Huilding at Hamilton ColMr. Hurton Sanders and Floyd he is n nightmare to political nspir Our institution is a progressive money saving lege, the Junior College for Women Snyder purchased several head of ants on both sides of the political Brothtr Sends Out Appeal By Air and investing bank. Richmond, Monday. fence." And Gets of Transylvania College, will include stock nt Results Thirteen We solicit the patronage of those whose perMrs. S. N. Sanders and daughter. "May his specter penetrate to the an auditorium and studios, besides sonal attributes are likewise and those who earYears' Search Ends. Nancy, spent Thursday with Mrs, darkest corners of the closets where h additional classrooms, if the nestly desire to become such. kitchen-cabinGrant Sanders. plot destiny," is the TOLEDO, OHIO Located by a World Movement Campaign You never regret money saved. There it no William Aldcn Mr. S. N. Sanders and daughter, prayer of for funds for Transylvania is suc- Miss Nancy, spent Saturday with Smith's Grand Rapids Herald (Rep.) wireless telegraph message sent from use to regret when it is gone. her brother's amateur plant, Cleo cessful, it is stated at the College Mrs. Susan Ilroaddus. The Haltimorc Sun (Ind. Dem.), Archer, 17 years old, has reached is here today. Hamilton College II. F. Hudson. President. J. J. Walker, which speaks of Hoover as the "Great Master Harlan Snyder has return home here after being growing steadily and the need of an Neutral," predicts a race between the her mother's L. (i. Davidson, Cashier. lost for thirteen years. Is as ed home, from a stay with Mr. and auditorium and new classrooms Democratic and Republican parties W. O. lUgney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Soon after Lester Archer recentmuch fell as the need for a gym- Mrs. Hurton Sanders in Richmond. to see which can capture Hoover as a Mrs. .V. C. Hamilton, Ats't Teller. Wm. F, Miller. Teller. ly asked all wireless men in a radiMr. and Mrs. N. U Prewitt has re nasium and swimming pool, which Residential candidate, and says us, of 800 miles to seek his sister ccived the news from llcrca tlut Miss also arc to be provided. "Yet Hoover is no neutral when it he Jewel, their daughter, is ill at the received a radio that said the comes to deeds. His platform is girl could be found on a farm near hospital. short, and consists, like the motto of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Prewitt and the Prince of Wales, of only two Rockford, O. Young Archer went to the farm of Ellis Williams and mother, Mrs. Tilda Prewitt, were words "I Serve." claimed his sister who was mysteriguests of Mr. and Mrs. James Prewitt Dr. Frank Crane, whose editorials ously removed from the Allen counSunday. on almost everything but politics, ty children's home thirteen years Mr. Forest Sanders sold the follow first published in the New York ago und has been sought by her ing baskets of tobacco ut Richmond Globe, are read thoughout tho world, ware house :101b.nt lL'cents, 251b. at said in nn editorial recommending mother in many cities. Tho reunion of mother and daughHI cents, and 40 lb. at 11.01 consideration of Hoover as a Prcsl ter occurcd here last week and endMr, Hurton Sanders has purchased dential candidate, which appeared ed n search during which the moththe farm from K. 11. Sanders near two weeks before Tho World's utter- er, Mrs. Dorothy Archer, thrco times Cottonburg. Ky 50 acres price ance: "We have tried Republicans sought by court nction to make the 16,000 and will movo to it soon. and wc have tried Democrats. Suit- - home authorities reveal the persons Mr. Jessie Prewitt and Miss Cora pose we try just a man. Wc recom- who took her daughter. Each time Hell Rogers surprised their many mend Hoover simply because he the mother fuiled to get the inforhas made good. He is not an orator; friends by driving to Lancaster, mation and nt last gave up the Thursday, Feb., 5th, and getting mor- - he is a man of action. And he is search. not looking for the place, which helps The car is so light, so certain in its ried. We all wish them continued Lester and Cleo were placed in some." Hoover may yet find him the home near Lima during happiness. domes neperformance and so free from self at the head of a commission for tic difficulty between their parents. the relief of bankrupt political parThe girl, then four years old, had cessity of repair, that the saving ties", predicts the llrooklyn Eagle NEGLECTING THAT not been in the homo a month be (Ind. Dem.) und Gen. W. II. liable- in delivery is actual and real. fore she was taken by persons man, Democratic National Committee COLD OR COUGH? man from Kentucky, is sure that the whom the management would not identify. Democratic party will select Hoover For years the son, who is now 10, as his veins, or n fortieth cousin who hns helped his Why, when Dr. King's New is u Democrat." "In Washington for Cleo. Two mother In the search weeks ago it occurthe politicians never speak of Hoover Discovery so promptly red to him to send out an appeal as n Presidential candidate," the checks it Washington correspondent of the from his home wireless plant. He asked all operators in his radius, to New York Kvening Post (Ind.) tells take up the appeal and spread it natural you don't want to bo us, und the Philadelphia Evening Lancaster, Kentucky. Pub troughout uml let that old cold or the country. cough drug on or Unit new attack lic Ledger (Ind.) interprets thiT as develop seriously. Not when you cuu "the biggest boost we have yet seen Ret such u proved successful remedy for him." ua l)r. King's New Discovery. Scores of quotations similar to the Cold, couch, grippe, croun does not resist this standard reliever very lone. above could be set forth, but the cold fact that political conventions, Its quullty Is as lilsh (inlay us It lias been nml It's been growing und not the people, select Presided- -' sieauiiy in populurlty for inoro than tiul candidates, still remains. Wo tlfty years, tioc, uml $VM n ttottlo ut are reminded by the Rochester Stomach' Kidneys-Heart-Live- r nil druggists, filvo It u trial. Times-Unio- n (Ind.) that "It Is n fav orite habit of some political leaders Keep tho vital organs health by Constipated? Here's Relief to favor the colorless candidate, regularly tho world' btind-ur- d rjnv'y fot kidney, Hver, Not that often harmful, always vio- who has uroused no antagonisms, to lent and temporary help thnt comes the more positive personality who bladdiir .u triv. J troubIa from liursli purgatives, but tho comhas done much but who has antagonfortable, gratifying, corrective regulaCOL: tion of stubborn bowels so prououueed ized in the doing." Hut we nre also Klug's New Life Pills. la Dr. told that he has made hundreds of Tonic la action, they promote fre thousands of friends, and that u man nrarvmnjTw bile flow, stir up the Inty, thoroughly of Hoover's amazing organizing gen but gently cleanse the system of wssta ius could quickly organize another The National Rtnwdv rf !' far matter snd fermenting foods, and glre WUb.l-minand en you keen sest for hard work snd party and "poll an unprecedented ontuii.s all Jorstd by Qusen ifeta. e. druggists, three At independent vote." healthful recreation. All druggists Lmuk It lU Mae CU MmI.I m Uut 30 cettts. mJ iwttalwu his candidacy would sat "Whtther 1 uncn-thuslat- ic ) CITIZENS Hamilton Arts Include is another lecting its standard-beare- r question," declares the Charles (S. C.) New and Courier (Dem.), and Kaglo (Ind. while the llrooklyn Dem.) Is sure there Is "reason to believe that the Administration might view the Hoover 'boom' with a friendly eye," it tells us that "the strictly machine Democrats, who manage the party's national politics, look askance nt Hoover and raise the question as tn his politics." Opposition from the Republican ranks is also forthcoming. Friends of Rciublicnn candidate already In running and ready to be brought forward art- - frankly skeptical of Hoover's chances as a Republican. Among those who have favored tho Hoover boom with n frosty stare nre Senator Johnson's backers, some of whom are in New York. These gentlemen, recalling Hoover's earnest plea to Callforninns to help elect a Democratic Congress to uphold the President's policies, arc said by the New York Times not to take the Hoover boom seriously, and to believe "that his only chance of being elected President Is by running on the Democratic ticket." The Montgomery Advertiser (Dem.) suggests that "before nny Hoover 'boom' gets under way in the Democratic party wc suggest that the gentleman be invited to declare himself as n Democrat. The party should not commit himself to any candidate without first questioning him ns to his convictions in respect to party measures." Hoover appears to be tho recipient of friendly overtures from the Democratic ranks nnd smiles from Republican strongholds, altho his political affiliations if ho has any are little known. He can not be accused justly of flirting with cither party, in view of his repeat-e- d statement that he has no political aspirations. As n matter of fact. Hoover, at the present time, appears to be the great political enigma. "It is significant," says the Chicago Tribune (Rep.), "that nmong those now talking of Hoover for President nre personal friends nnd nrdent supporters of President Wilson." Inter-churc- t. Dodge Brothers BUSINESS GftR KINNAIRD BROTHERS , r"S rm fir r nnrw)..a t; WATCH THE BIG 4 ting is! .iJ w The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 19, 1920 TO AVOID THE "FLU." Fint It Of Alt, Make Sura Your RJ anil Rich In IHod I'lihtimi IU.OOD Trim SAFETY IN VIGOROUS If I Yeu'rt Listless and Depressed Minulr Cl A Don't Delay Good Tonic. Now All You Good Fellows, Come Fill Up Your Pipes . ; I 1 CS??3? fitter a hearty meal, you'll avoid that If you chew , s ' stuffy feeling , a stick of WRSGLEYS Other benefits: to teeth, breath, appetite, nerves. That's a stood deal to get for 5 cents I , Sealed Tight-K-ept Right . I j If yeu stt the inftuenia, sec n doctor at tmce but why get it 7 Isn't it werth while, instead, to take every precaution new, agatnvit get ting it? Probably the best and first thin to do h to make sure you are in good physlcnl condition. During an cpi- domic, almost wherever you go you arc exnestnl to inltucnsn. As long as you are really well, the red eor-- I puseles of your blood light otT and defeat disease germs. Hut when you feel all right except that you haven't energy or enthusiasm, you much blood is tired out too. and you arc an easy victim. n has become famou as n builder of rich, vigorous blood It helps you when you are run down, It helps you nvoid Illness. Or, it helps you recover, if you realized your poor physical condition too late. Physicians have iwon recommend ink for years, in cases of anemia (tdoodlcssness). It is re liable, elfective, and has a record of over twenty-liv- e ye.irs success, Take no chances with a run-don condition. Get to day. It is good health insurance. PcptO'Mnngan is sold in liquid and tablet form. There is no difference in medical value. Take cither kind you prefer. Hut be sure you gc "(Jude the genuine The full name hould be on the pack' Pepto-MangnPepto-Mnngan repto-ManguPepto-Mangnn iBBBBBBBBK'k SlKiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB M The Velvet Un is twice aav big as shown here F ever men are Torn" and "Bill" to each other, If over good it's when good pipes are ng. pipes go their best, 'tis when Velvet's in the-bow- ate. 7 (Advertisement. TRIAL OF GERMANS By Default Urged. For Velvet is a mighty friendly smoke. Kentucky Burley is the leaf that Nature made for pipes. Wholesome and hearty, honest as. tho day. And Velvet is that same good Burley leaf, brought to mellow middle age. For eight long seasons Velvet "meditates" in wooden hogsheads, throwing off the rawness of "young" tobacco truly "ageing in the wood." Out Velvet comes--coo- l, calm and generous the tobacco Nature made good, kept good and made better. The Flaw Last- sPOOR i Premier Millernd Insists Upon Ee cution of Eitraditlon Clauses of Versailles Treaty. RIDCE. Mrs. Mnttle Harvey is visiting her sister, Mrs. N'an Cobb. Vroil Hill vliito.l Mr nn.M Mrs. Edd Mobcrley recently. Mr. Ralph Preston was the guest of Mr. Orear Whlttakcr recently. Miss Christine Preston was the guest of Miss Arleigh Matthews on Sunday. Mr. Landram Uurdctte was a re tntr PARIS. Premier Millerand o cent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Walker France, who is attending the meet Hurdettc. ing of the Supreme Allied Council i Mrs. Win. Matthew and daughter, London, is energetically insiiting up Arletgh, spent Wednesday with Mrs. on the execution of the extradition James Matthews. clauses of the Versailles treaty and urging if the Germans refuse to sur Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders and render men accused- of war crime baby and Mrs. Clyde Sanders hove . . that they may be tried by default fcllt: Itu. villi III nikil says the Echo I)e Paris. Germany's proposal that she may Mr. Elmer East spent Saturday night ami Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. try the alleged culprits is "no more likely to be ndoptcd nt London than Speed Sherrow of Mt. Hebron. in Paris," says the Petit Parisien which adds the council will establish the culpability of former Emperor William and again demand hU ex tradition from Holland. On th other hand, the Matin says it is In i formed that nltho n firm note will be sent to Germany, the door will be left open for further discussions, can sidcration being taken of Premier Lloyd George's suggestions and thu po lineal situation in England. Discussing the financial phases at the London conference, several new, papers say moral help and occasional material assistant Hill be givnn nn tion in serious strait. The Petit Parisien observes that England and r ranee have reached an agreement on some problems relative to Amur) ciin exchange and recalls the French loan iswutsl in September 11) 1ft. will fall due on Oct. lit tliU year. Hope is expressed that seme arrangement for making pro.npt ayment may be j Velvet's sweetness is tho sweetness of good tobacco, not "put on" like "frosting" on a cake. Its mildness comes from natural ageing, not from having the life baked out. Its fragrance is true tobacco fraAnd Velvet makes an- - A grance, not a perfume. Number One cigarette. Rll one. As good old Velvet Joe says: "Fill yo heart with friendly thoughts, smoke Yo' mouth with frie.-idlAn' let the old world wag." y mime. Honest Wagon. Service Farmers everywhere have realized the wisdom and economy of using standardiz i wagons. Lighter running, relief to teams,! reater service, low repair costs these are some of the advantages emphasized. A continually Increasing demand for the is the result auto-track Agreement on the Turkish qui tion is expected, according to some journals, which asert plans under i'c-- 1. i.ipUtion do not coll for the ox- pu!;o.. of the Turks from Kuropc. It is said tho French and Italian representatives are united on this point and that they have receive! Influential support in Ilritiih otficial circles. -- the friendly tobacco He is a Valentine, Messrs James .Merriman, Itube Faulkner, J. (). Dolhos, Oscar Fisher and Leonard Hitmmons were in Richmond Saturday farmer who appreciates these advantages will find satisfactory service in an OLD HICKORY. And the wise COMPOUND LOOSENS TUP. PIILKGM AND MUCUS, clears tLc air pousftas, costs lallsnud and irrilalcd membrane with a healing and soutMrig demulcent, rate hoarseness, (lops llclilinJ In the throat and makes relrcshiofi, rcstlul sleep possible,. Honey and Tas' Foley's Dependable construction justifies unlimited faith in OLD HICKORYS and for general utility you can count on them under uny comHtiM. Bajdshed La Grippe Coughs POINT LEAVELL. from Harbourvillc where he spent a Mrs. Sarah Hammock is ill nt this few days with his brother. t Mr. ami Mrs. S. A. Hammons are ritlng. of a fine boy, who .Mr. James Dollins who has been ill the proud parents arrived on the l tth, weight 11! lbs. ith pneumonia is nblo to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Metcalf were re cent visitors at Mr. Joe Hammons. Mr. Ira Hell and sister Mary, spent Saturday and Sunday in Richmond. College Mr. Fred Hell of Herco as the week end guest of Mr, Kills Hell. Mr, J, M. Hell purchased of Mr. I). V. Faulkner a cow and calf, price ISO. Mr. Herbert Mitchell of Jlarbour- ville College was with homefolks the Lis Nwraia,tMWj Northrn4Sl..OifLe In. W, Vsj "1 aoi (It j u 1,11 Itul rl,'s IIms ab4 Tsr It IimVU I vtr allies Jamitrv nay m4. I wieitr uetil HASELDEN BROS. AGENTS tortus l rMv lliuy ud T,t l)i WtlUa. I am sf4 la ml cta'l aar smii coU ia ibttt.' Foley's I looey sod Tar Compound lives prompt relief Irom couli, coldi, losrtcocH, llckliost ibroal, wboopini couj(h, spataiodic croup sad btoacbiai lr I ttst.twa davit birimruHl. a(bicta uU VsUk m J I r4 lb. in. all .lutlUr.Li. SQt I lb. rvm4y tl ,j Wii Oflke Phone z i r V luai Funeral Lancaster, Director and itr.balmer. 18. Re sWk-nr- r (! lu4 sx to at past week. Mis Kdna Mitchell of Herea Col lege spent Saturday and Sunday with I'linne M. - couftu, McRobarts Drug Stora, her parents. Mr. Murrell Hammons has return- Kentucky. - The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb 19. 1920 U. S. FARMS n ilccrcnc year ngo. of 4.2 per cent Their vnluo was from n $1,014,-578.000, Have Fewer Animals Than A Year Ago. Ilortvt, Mules, Shp, llof, Mor. rm !.! Sheep numbered 48,(115,000, n decrease of I per cent from it yenr ngo. They wern vnlued nt $511,(151.000. Swine numbered 72,009,000, n of 8,7 per cent form n yenr CattU ngo. They wore vnlued nt $1,38(1,-212,000. no Milk Cow VASIIINOTON.-.Fn- nnlmnl of the United Stale were valued IH.fpr.l, 44.1, 000 Janunry 1, compared; With with H,827,H!M,000 a year ngo, the Answering the pertinent nuestlon. Department of Agriculture nnnoun-cc- il rerently. "Wlint' the mntter with America! Hume numbered 21,100,000, n thee days?" the Fnrgo (S. I).) For- of 1.4 per cent from n yenr urn, ny: Too mnny diamond, not enough ago, and Mere vaIuciI nt fl,092,G42,-- , In f tn clock. 000. Mule numbered 4,905,000, n de-- j Ton mnny Milk shirts, not enough crease of 1.1 per cent from n yenr blue llnnnet one. ngo. Their vnlue was $73 l,77lt,000. Too mnny pointed-toe- , nnd not iiari-toeMilk row numbered '.'.1,717,000,1 enough one. Too many serge suit nn increase of 0.5 per cent over n nml not yenr ngo, They were vnlued nt' enough overalls. Too mnny $2,021, C.H 1,000. decollettt nd not Othe r entile numbere.l I I.1h:,,00O,! enough npron The Matter ntf . America. I d Twenty-fift- h enough producer. Too many oil stocks nnd not enough Anniversary. saving nccnunta. Too mnny envy of the reulta of hnrd work nnd too little dralre to Kev. I. J. Spencer. I). D.. LI I)., of wenlth nnil too little deaire to emu- Lexington, recently celebrated hi late it. 2Gth. yenr na pnstor of Central Too mnny desiring abort cut to Christinn Church nt Lexington. The wenlth nnd too few wiliinc to nnv the ofi of Quaker parents, Dr. Spen-- , I price. ccr grndunted from ilethnny, the Too mimy of the spirit of "get West Virginia College of the Christ-- ; while the getting ia good" nml not inn Church, nnd since his grnduntlon I enough of the old fnhioned Chri- -' hn been n Milliliter of thnt church. I tlnnity. Ho is greatly Interested in Trnnyl-- , Too much discontent thnt venta it- van la nnd the College of the Iliblc self in mere complaining nnd loo lit- and a loyal supporter of both inti- - j tle rent etTort to remedy comlitiona. tutiomu lie hn been prominent on Too much clnsa consciousness nnd the big board of the church, ami is too little common democracy nnd ono of the foremost citizen of Lex- love of humanity. ington, having always taken great ' interest in civic nlfair. Inherited Charactcritt c ' ! Too many ntln uphohttered llmou-in- e nnd not enough cow. Too many consumer nnd not DR. SPENCER Celebrates LIVE i SALE OF LAND LoKim HAWtAUI) CIKCUIT COURT. I'llT. Srott's Kxccutrix, VS. MORE AND njnys n midnight er wl upH-iloiililuuii get mad when the buliy until ti ent as soon ni ulio renctirt r ,n it general f tunc the kn) of iimtli- - Pol Sig Combination Auction Sale home Dntln News. Problem In Coastal Plain Section of dersigned Commiisioncr will sell nt public Ruction nt the Court House I South Has Dtceme Increasingly I Door In Mincn.iter, Kentucky, nt 11 Important. o'clock, A. M or thereabout, on W th t'rrilnt HUtu rvpsft-mn- t j MONDAY, KKHIWAKY 23rd, 1020, f AarlrultiHe ) j tho rent estate mentioned in the The iwiMitrv problem .n tm cumin! rlcndintr nnd described ns follow: plain seeilim of the South milt ! County, Kentucky, on the Mtlvnl to bring Hlmill cgrlcultlirnl waters of Kentucky llivcr, nnd bound-- i iillllrMlion of tlH. IhihN. The prob- ed n follow: beginning nt the Northwest corner of Ilrim fnrm, now lem ban ImniHi' IncrviiMnxly Impor-tiitslnee the high price of feed nri' owned by widow of Peter Ijine; mure and more forcing attention to thence North with Kentucky Klvcr n clilT to bcre.i tree; thence with tlw imly rlicnp feed paMlirngre. The Crow line to Fletcher Ison line; liwemi of plant ImltiMrjr ,aa recently thence South with old Cnsc line; dune n great deal of work along thence Knst with David Scott line London' Great Fire. The IntoMlgntors hale ion. nnd Hichnril Cecil line, to the beginAn nren of l.til acre wn burned1 lift". exiierlmeiit. In ning, containing 170 acre bn the over In the great fire of limlon In' Hrimil the Itltlogrtt game more or Deed from I.og-- 1 whh'h It ivh sIhihii thai luny nn Scott to Isaac Slienrer recorded in miieh lh hut Gnrrnrtl County Clerk s Office in Deed Hook No. 37, page 420. The purpotc of thi sale is to pny the debt due to Lognn Scott'. cstata by Unuc Shenrer amounting to $2l7s.OO, principal nnd Interest, to- Deft. Innc Shrarcr, BETTER PASTURES I'ummnt to a judgment rendered t nt the November Term, 1019, tho un- Ilrprl lt ' Hol-mn- 1 , wi le. gether with the estimated cost of this net ion amounting to $125.00. TKRM8. The jnle will Iw made on n credit of r an ) twelve .iionthi and the pur-- c execute iscr will be reUsrd t utis with approved security for the , hme price, .ue m xix and twelve nd bearing in- i ..' ir per cent per annum r ,i !te, un;il pnnl, having the ..ni i fleet cf h judgment upon may inue, payable t ' 'v. II. Hn.wn, Muster Commission-- r J the liarrnrtl Circuit Court, nml n ! ri wdl reserved upon tho prop-csold until the purclmsc money ia paid. . ' i cxct-titiclrt Famous "Spring Hill" Paim of 263 Acres Belonging to JAMES I. HAMILTON and all the Farming Implements, Live Stock, Etc., of J. A. ROBINSON 1 J V V. II. IIKOWN. M. C. C. C. C. K. Koblnson. Att'y for PUT. MT. HEBRON A Fine Coull crn Pasture. , Mr. Harry Stone jflu. s is a victim of ill flriitioiii.inl') mi l'iif"rtuiiH!-ly- Wednesday, March 3rd, BK( INNING AT 0 A. M. LASTING ALL DAY. THE FAMOUS "SPRING HILL" STOCK FARM OF' 263 ACRES BELONGING TO JAMES I HAMILTON IS LOCAT-EIN BOYLE COUNTY ONLY 32 MILES FROM THAT GOOD TOWN OF DANVILLE, (ONE OF THE LEADING PIKE. CENTERS OF THE SOUTH,) ON THE DANVILLE-STANFOJIngnificent two story "brick residence of 12 rooms; two bath rooms, completely equipped THE IMPROVEMENTS light plant, basement tinder entire house; heated with furnace; a residence you could not duplicate today with water system, for :t0,000.00. An SK.OOO.OO stock barn, with water and lights therein; also one smaller stock barn; two tenant houses; stock scales; blacksmith shop; dairy barn; hard roadway from pike to residence, beautiful approach. This is one of the best farms in Boyle county. An ideal home and no better dirt anywhere. Fine tobacco, hemp, corn and wheat land. All of this farm in grass except about 50 acres. Never failing water all over the place and splendid fencing. About 30 acres of wheat already sown. Tobacco bed also sown anil ready for you. Possession dny of sale if you desire it. It is ready for you and your family. You will be proud to call this magnificent estate 110 JilC. Look it over before day of sale. It will be sold just after lunch.' Terms exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. Col. Uollvar Bond on the block. On this farm and on the above date buginning at 9 A. M. and lasting all day J. A. ROBINSON who has recently disposed of over 1 100 acros of laiul and has to give possession right away will sell for the "High Dollar" all of his personalty consisting of farming implomunts. machinery, live stock, etc. This will be the biggest personalty sale ever held in this part of the state. His holdings will cover 8 or 10 acres of laud. The sale will begin promptly at 9 A. M. MARCH 3rd and last all dav and Cols. I. M. Dunn anil John B. Dinwiddle will be on the block. The following is only a partial list of the mnny things D RD iliti.!. fur iitu tin! nr wholly Inndpuite In to work out a 'em of better Imtidllnic of imrtln-n- i p.stureK. On il.o ('.MtKiul pining nt l lie S.111II1, unli"is iln miIIn htt linn It alTeettsI by ilroiulit, up iMiitlmit- - the sH'rtii. inrtet crn iimki-- i exI'lmuetiteil ttlth UpiiK-Wli-n- t ptH'lure. (lolden rntwn Btun t hIki eeolleiit. KITorts nre belne iiiailo, with the Id of a new Mrlpplns iitflililni-- . to plri'i inx't ertbn niil n Hie timrki In aihiiunti' junntlty. Severn! newly IntriMluoil sro aiv promUing u tn.tur' pilillltli". demon--(ration11 ninl ovmtnmlently. The family of Mr. John Jackson llie fcpflHllt. fa- - are all improving this week. I Mr. Speed Shcrrow SAFEGUARDING SHEEP FLOCK Large Numbrr of Animal Lost Each Year Frcm Some Prevent, able Diiorder. TtiiMMamU upon thoiiandi of idi-e- p illi eneh yrir from n rent vnrlety of t JlO. Will Hull. Mi't'iiliitie ihiiwi. nn' utner ijos not the chief ciium of lo. He mny hhm jierlmiiH 1 er cent of the dentho tlt tn iirehb'titnl nuiM-x- . but the ino't f tertiHt rf nttrlbulnblo tn and Hrele'jmei'H upon the pnrt of the nner or hi shepherd. Anion; oH 11 Icno-rHlie- FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 1 '1 1- -L Duering hinders. JohtiHott corn bimlors. 15 Blizzard ailo filler nntl 7.' fuut iipu. Whirlwind .silo filler. eight row corn hu.ikur. 1 hemp machine.. Skinnor hump hrnkc motor power. blue KHIK.H atrippur. I mamiro xpromlur. 'I wheat drilln. 1 1 1 1 ono homu Knodur. New clovur and hemp .stiotlur 2 corn plantent. 2 one horse corn plantori. I 1 pliinter. potato planter, cultivators, two horse weetler. mowing machines, bull rake, .sulkoy raked. DeeriiiK hay toddon. Ohio hay loader, ridinu plows. Oliver walking plows, hill side plowtt. sub-soplows, double shovel plows, e cultivator., section harrows. Hoi'Khum il oiio-horn- 1 1 cutting harrows. hay baler. rollers. eultipnekcr. 5 Rood two horse wagons. 1 two horse spring wagon. 0 hay frames. extra wagon beds. 1 new 27.X-1Ross Separator. One 1G Advance steam engine. '2 water wagons and cook wagons for same. 1 sot blacksmith tools complete in every particular. And worlds of other things too numerous to mention. 0 1 1 1 1 A -- harrow. spring tooth utrrow. l limy bo the elilef eauvH of lo luck of MicHcr for lninblnir nml their newborn Inmbx. A niif-iIonnw or rain storm coming nt lambing time often find ewci nnd bimtio eximed. nnd many deaths remen-tlonn- Herbert the little son of Mr. and is very ill with pneumonia. Mr. Lizzie Spivey of Nicholasville was tho guest of her ton, Mr. Hobart l'reston Monday. Mr. nnd Mr, l'le Lnnnm nre very happy over the arrival of a fine baby boy on the 7th. Mrs. Krncst Montgomery i.i at Heren with her daughter, Mis Kuth, who is ill with measles. Slwrs II. It., Krncst nnd Oakes Montgomery and Kd Crow were In Lexington the latter part of the week with tobacco. Those here Monday for the burial of Mr. D. M. Montgomery were Mrs. Kcbecca Holtzclaw of Lexington, Mr. Kttn Suttlca of Hnrrodsburg, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Montgomery. Mr. John J. Montgomery nnd Mrs. Luther Peyton of Lancaster. The funeral fcrvicc of Mr. D. M. Montgomery were conducted nt the church hero Monday at 1 P. M". by Itcv, D. P. Sebastian, interment in the family buryiw? ground near here. Much sympathy i extended the bereaved fnmily. mit. PASTURAGE CUTS FEED BILLS Cost of Pork Production Can Be Re. duced by Providing Suitable , Pasture for Hogs. I LIVE STOCK. 8 head extra good work mules. 1G head extra good two year mules will be sold in pairs. Panner ran reduce the cot of pork prndurtlnn next yeiir liy pnivldlni: n Viltnbli pnM'ire for their bos, nnv f tb' anlmnl hiiklmndrv W. 11. Peter HvWnn. rnKerlty fnnn Miwt are rich In protein, The tnre rail f.ir Idsli srnlti ratlnii I tberefuri' leH tirsent a mutter to W taken Into nmbtenittnn In the day of falling priw fur 1mhc snd pis. AKnlfn nml lnnne emu nre beit for growlne pls. Imt no matter hmv atn n pasture i MMiie cniln iimt be fed If ihr bos are to thrlu' and mnko prnfltnble cnln. Women . ! rv I lio wrlt, "1 Et doyn with a veakntj tn my back ami Hmba...! fdt helpless and discounted...! had about given up hopes of ever being well whea a, friend Insisted I in. ltoro Ii a message to tiuffcrlng women, from Mrs. W. T. Price, of Public, Ky.: "I Buffered with painful.. .", M Talce Four Jacks nnd one Jcnnctt. April. v 5 head brood mares, 3 of these registered in A. S. H. B. Ass'n. A lot of extra nice young hogs. 3 two year old horse colts from above mentioned mares. One No. 12 DeLaval Cream Separator, good as new. 40 head of 900 pound feeding cattle. One 1917, Six Studebaker Automobile. IS head of 600 pound yearling cattle. One enclosed carriage and three sets buggy harness. 10 extra yearling white faced heifers. 400 barrels corn and lots of feed stuff. 125 stock ewes sold in bunc lies of 25. and gear used on farm and a world of other things. "One buggy, one brako cart all kinds of harness It will of what will be offered for sale. Lunch Served. Don't fail to attend this sale. The aboveis not one-haRemember the day and hour, WEDauctioneers and terms liberal, announced sale day. last all day. Therf will bo three NESDAY, MARCU 3rd, at 9 A. M. Be on hands promptly. For full particulars see, write or phone, lf 20 head of Herford cow beginning to calf now and most' of them rcUtercd or subject to register. 12 head of good young dairy cows to be fresh in March and - BULL OF CHANGEABLE MOODS : Wle Plan to Play Safe at All Time by peeping Animal Ccmpletcly Under Control. CA TIi8 . The Imll Is of very ehntiRenble tiiond, and one never can tell when thnt inooil I cuing tn change. The only um plan Ik tn take no chance with his nioolt idy nfi' nt all time bv keeping lilm wholly under control, or nliero he enunot rearh you. PASTURE FOR GROWING , Woman's I Tonfc a I began Canlul. 1 PIGS Clover, Rye, Rape, Sorghum or Any. thing Qrcen I Good Something Else It Needed. JAMES! HAMILTON, Lancaster, ky. ! J. A. ROBINSON, DANVILLE, KY. i 'pis. portnnt In growing pic. Clover. grn. rye, rape, sorghum In fnrt ulinnt nnv thing green that pis will ent I goid for them while growing, but nnture alone will not make bis boned. Mik-Io Plenty of Sl pntun I very Ini apprvclo tc what It means to bo ctroas and mil. TLousa ,ui of worsen glvo cril"I tho credit for tb"lr good health. It rhouid help you. Try CardaL At all dnicclsls. 3 E-7- I nrow struirr rl bt oloug. and It ci rt J me. I am f)uier t'.un I navo Usin in jmrs." If you suf.'sr, un can markcJ eliort wiido di.'fcrccn' tan a In .. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 19, 1920. 3 GAttRAKO '"TOBACCO W.Rthl S5i -- V - last NNMiKV.VWsA'HIThX'r.vKVHNhKttNKyo.VVHJ.Tt'x.V. LAST TOBACCO SALE, Owing to the unprecedented sales of Tobacco since our opening day on December 3rd, we find that the supply will be exhausted in another week, hence the above announcement. BRING US YOUR TOBACCO FOR WE ARE NOW HAVING SPLENDID SALES EVERY OTHER DAY AND Friday, February 27th. WILL CONTINUE SO UNTIL THE CLOSE NEXT WEEK. X Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Company L. G. Davidson, President PAINT LICK O. L. Hammack anil little 111 with the flu. Mr. Clay Miller of Lancaster wai a visitor in this berg Sunday . Mr. Howard Wearren was a visitor in Paint Lick as usual Sunday. Miss Minnie Estridge has flu her friends will be sorry to learn. Miss Ileulah Edwards spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Long. Rev. Asher of London will preach at ML Tabor the fifth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Finley and son, C. M. left Monduy to make their home in Incorporated W. R. McQray, Manager. was James Hagan and she was burled by his side in the Richmond cemetery on Friday afternoon. She leaves a husband, Mr. Lafollette, two sons, Charles Hagan of Parksville and Wude II. Wylie, of Louisville, Mrs. J. I). also two Wright of Irvine nnd Captain John S. Maret, U. S. N. retired, to mourn her loss also a number of relatives in Madison county. grand-childre- John R. Scott, Auctioneer. minute since they organized some few weeks ago. Among their latest Miss Ucrnicc Tcater is ill. sales were five houses and lots on Mr. Hobart May purchased a mule Moberly avenue, recently owned by Gov. Kdstin Ilrown, deceased, which of Mr. Raymond Davis for 1250. Messrs Charlie and Clemmle Mur- were sold for Mrs. Uettie Clark, of Itellevicw, to Dock Simpson and wife, phy are both reported ill with flu. who reside on Fifth street. It is Mr. Frnnk Land came home from Lexington, Tuesday, returning Mon- understood that the price received for these cottages was in line with the day. high prices of real estate sold In Miss Mayme Stapp of Lancaster Richmond the past year. spent the week end with Miss Mary Lee Kurtz. YOUR WORK STOCK. Master Welby Tester was a recent Should be in the best possible conguest of his uncles, Messrs John and dition when you are ready to put in T. M. Chandler. your crop. They will be strong and .Miss Ilernice Tenter nnd brother, healthy if you give them II. A. Edward, were recent guests of Mr. THOMAS' STOCK REMEDY, the nnd Mrs. llughey Moberley, ideal tonic, conditioner and worm Mr. W. P. Long, of tancastcr, who expeller, W. A. DICKKRSON. (Advertisement. has just returned from Oklahoma and Texas, was here last week with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Ray. Mr. John Irvine Isbell has purchased Mr. Alrx Mulear's farm. Mr. Mnlear purchasing und moving to the farm of Mr. Roscoe Whlttakcr, The following clipping from a Richmond nunrr wilt lie nf inttTvut to friends of Mr. and Mrs. Simwum in the county and elsewhere. Sail Fi lloutrt On MoLarljr Annul. Mr. daughter are Illinois. Mrs. Ellis accompanied Hro. K. C. Ellis to Curlsbad Saturday to be gone until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Nobe Ltd ford have gone to houckceping at the Wade Walker farm. Mr. W. II. Hoop assisted Cox and Ledford the first of the week with their invoicing. Miss Edna Underwood spent night nnd Sunday with Miss Ruth Lane at Mrs. Wallace's, Mr. und Mrs. D. A. Hervey anil son, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ilrown near Lancaster, Sunday. Mrs. It. G. Woods and children spent several days of the past week with her parents in Nlcholnsvllle. Mrs. Ilurdettc Ramsey was called to Anderson Ind., Saturday by the serious illnrss of her mother, Mrs. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. J. I), liurchell und the Miss Emma liurchell uttended burinl of Mrs. Lafollctte in Richmond Friday. Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Treadway the presiding Elder Rev. Littrcll and Rev. Todd at dinner on Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Thompson was called to llerca Tuesday on account of the MWilliam Hoy-leof her grand-son- , ine who has pneumonia. Miss Cora Hurt hss returned from Ilerea Hospital where she has been confined for several days. Miss Ida staying with her while there. Friends of Mrs. A. II. Wynn will be sorry to learn she has flu, at her mothers in Harlan. She wns getting along nicely when last heard from. Mrs. llradley Montgomery visited her mother, Mrs. Uryant at the hos Sal-urdy, pital in Richmond Saturday. She tells us Mrs. Uryant is doing nicely. R. II. Ledford, Dr. Patrick and O. L. Hammack und Dr. D. II. Mont gomery attended the Masoniic banquet at Lancaster last Friday night. Miss Addie Criscillis of Hyattsville spent the week end with Miss Fannie Dowden and attended the Valentine party given by Misses Marie and Ileulah Ledford. The stork has been busy in and around this community, leaving n boy nt Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Conn's on the Oth and u girl at Mr. and Mrs. Forest Centers on the 12th. Ijst Sundsy was quarterly meeting ut Walnutta. Rev. Mr. Littrell. presiding elder conducted the ser On account of the bad weathvices. er there wns only a small congregation nnd no services at night. The Masons of this place met Sat urday night and had four candidates to take the master degree. Richmond and Lancaster Lodges came and assisted in the initiation. A large crowd was in attendance. IJro. Ellis will preach his farewell sermon next Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Ellis will leave next week to reside at Dry Ridge Ky. All regret very much to give up these guild people and hope that they will do as much good elsewhere us they have here. Mr. J. I). liurchell has purchased of .Mr. Riddell his property opposite where Mr. Hurchell now lives. Mr. liurchell will move this week and rent where he now lives to Mr Homer Chestnut, who will move his family here from Lancaster to be near his work in the Paint Lick Garage. We understand Mr. Riddell has bought property in Richmond and will inove his family thcro this week. Misses Ileulah and Marie ledford entertuined about UO or 40 friends Suturduy night the Hth. The house wus beautifully decorated with hearts und each girl was given n heart with a number on it. The boys were to hunt for hcarU hidden with ponding numbers and claim their iu mo mum purtiners, laning uii-room where nice refreshments were served. All hud a most delightful time notwltlistanding the thermome- tor war nearly zero. Mrs. Sue Lafollette uged about 80 years died ut her home at Stanford Thursday morning Feb. 12. Shu was for many years a resident of Madison county. Her tint husband and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Uiyton spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Layton sear McCrcary. Mrs. James Yantis will leave for Louisville Monday to visit relatives and attend the Automobile show. Mr. Wm. Grigx and daughter Miss Km ma of the Poor Ridge pike were with Mr. and Mr Wm. Griggs San-day. CUNN'S CHAPEL. PUsOTB 'IV " Trllrr.Kiannrm.llch etc Una r tonw4iMuuf--- ij kniuMMhtr ICf.lmmil.ilnJ Hunl'aS.1,. rut huodifdt of Hk Tnw can't lotf oa mut II tuur.Mk TODAY, irA-v- liililalkt NOMiy BACK mHhmm QM-ti- aiiHaiaviHisssjssisssssslssissssssssssssssssssssl Inilsnl cf Bom LMIunl'. S.I.. For tol fee!! by Pike' STORM ES DRUG STORE. GUY. Several families in this have the llu. Mr. W. H. Heaxley Thursday of Mr. .1. L. Mr. and .Mrs. A. .V. friends with Ijinra-te- r locality was a visitor Yantis. Merlda were Friday Mrs. William Sutton visited Mrs. Guy Davidson of Lancaster Friday. Mrsdame, Wm.. Kinder and Ed ilakrr were shopprw in Lancnster on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yuter were recent guests of ilr. und Mrs. Wm. Griggs. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mcrida were Sunday visitors f Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mcrida. Mcsdames Milton Wurd, William Griggs und Mr. Randolph Poyntcr are on the sick line. Mr. William Lackey of Harlan ws the guest Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ysntis. Mr. und Mrs. Wlllam Walker were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yuter und family. Mr. J. II. Jennings had the misfortune to lose a good mare by overeating damaged sorghum. State. Mrs. J. L. Yuntls and son, Herchel were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Lancaster. W-N - T- - E- - D Doolin of Bryants-vill- e Miss Louell Beech, Sycamore, Maple, Oak and Walnut Legs. has been the recent guest of her If you have auy to sell wrlln to cousin, Miss Alii Doolin. C. C. MENQCL A BRO. CO. Misses Lucy Turner and Mollis LouUvlll Kmtuclir Dawes were visitors Sunday of Mr. A- Mrs. Wm. Clark of the Lexington road spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward und Mrs. C. R. Henry. Mm. Marcus White and three little daughters spent Wudnesday with her mother, Mrs. John Uroaddus on the Richmond road. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Embry and little Rath, who have been with Mr. und Mrs. Tom U Yantis since last spring have moved to tancottter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and two fUudsame little sons, of Kirksvillc, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .Mil- Us Ward and Mrs. C R. Henry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Miley Ilcazley nnd Mttar Dorothy were guests Wednes day of Mrs. Jumes Walker and Mr. ' unit Mrs. Hascom llrotn of McCrenry- Mr. and Mrs. Howsrd Harvey nnd children, Mr. und Mrs. Alfred Poyn-tu- r and family were royally entertained Thursday at die home of Mr. anil Mrs. Green Pointer. .Mr. Wm. Ijickey, n most welcome i mi tor always, watt with his sister, Mrs. Wm. Lcnnie N'uylor, and other relatives here the past week. Mr. Lackey kept the Guy store several years ago and left so many friends behind, when h moved to Harlan, that he has to cutne buck occasionally to see them. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Harvey und children who have made their home here for the past 15 months, left on Thursday morning for Muncie lnd., where they will reside In the future. Mr. and Mrs. Hurvey are splendid people und have made many friends give while here, who reluctantly them up, but wish for them much success and prosperity In the Hoosier QuiCK-iiui- r fc. M.aln.NMfe. ft... Mm., UitUR .4 11 -- Arm IX a. :rr . a men. immiTtc HAICS PAIN SAIL r t" t 1'ti.tM. The Frevmun Realty Company, of( this city, have been on the Job cver ( HASELDEN 11KOS. "Let's top it off with a good smoke Chesterfield NOTHING hits the Chester fields. And the blend can't be copied it' a secret. "Satisfy anywhere but Chesterfields. No use looking for fo !sssssssV l