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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 26, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920022601_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 26, 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 26. 1920. I TODAY THIRTUTHITKAR NUNBIR 4ft. STOCK LAW Now In Full Force And Must Not Be Vio- SOME BAN- lated. Mirny persons nrr not nwarc, or nt least they hnvo apparently forgotten Dinner. that there la n lnw In the First, Sec-oanil Third Magisterial Dlitricti One of the happiest event ever of Garrard County that prohibit running nt largo on the pulled off in Ijincaster was the banatock from quet given by the Tobacco Hoard of public highwnys of the county, Thit question was auhmitti'il to the Trade, composed of the tobacco buyvoter of the rnunty at the regular ers of the city, to the board nnd ofelection lait November anil carried by ficers of the Garrard Tobacco WarePlates good majorities In the above districts. house last Friday evening. The Fourth District comprising I'nlnt were laid for about fifty guests and The dinner Lick anil Union voted ngnlnit thin every sent was occupied. atock law nnd aurh violation docs wa furnished by the "Circle Girls" of the Christian church and it was not apply In this district. Here la the section of the law that the most elaborate table ever spread defines the penalty for all violations, in the city. The decorations ucd nnd the duties of the county officers were samples of some of Garrard's choice tobacco, which proved both In enforcing it. appropriate nnd profitable before the Section 401!) "Then it shall bo unlawful after evening was over. Mr. J. E. Kobinson wn the toast thirty days uf mid election, for any person to permit any cattle, or the master and n number of short talks apecies thereof named in the petition, were given by both host and guests. After the dinner the tobacco used owned by or under his control or in his custody, to tun at large in aaid in the decorntlona wns sold and the district, districts, or county, as the ' blitdini! was fast and furious, the case ma be; and any person so of- proceeds to be given to the "Circle About $150. was realised in fending shall be fined not less than IClrU" dol- this manner, one hand being sold for five nor more than twenty-fivlars for each offense; nnd If any dam- $22.00. Altogether it was n delightful ocage shall be committed by cattle in any audi district. districts, or county, casion and came as n fitting climax the owner of such cattle shall be lia to the close of one of the most suc- ble for all such damages, whether the ! ccssful tobacco seasons ever held in place where the damages occurred be ljncater. Inclosed by a lawful fence or not, nnd the person damaged shall have a lien FOX INDUSTRY on the cattle committing the damage for the amount thereof and cost of suit; and It shall furthermore he the duty of any constable, shcrilT or town .$82,500 Is Paid marshal to Impound any cattlo found running at large In such district, diAs Demand strict, or county, and the owner or bailee thereof shall pay to the ofTicer Impounding for each head so one dollar and the cost of CATCH THIS YEAR SHORT. fending and taking care of such cat-tiPROVII)i:i). the cost of Winnipeg, Man. Feb. 21 Hcports any number of cattle at any from tho ISO fur posts of the Hudone time shall not exceed three dol- son' Hay Company throughout Canlars nnd the cost of feeding; and ada show that the catch of silver auci officer shall have a lien on the foxra this winter has been limited. cattlo so impounded for his fees and The shortage, however, probably will expenses, which he may inforce in not cause any great advance in this the manner mortgage liens are en- kind of fur owing to the extensive breeding of silver foxes In captivity. forced." Silver fox Is the most valuable native American fur. Breading Be;an In 1887. Secretary-Treasure- r. Charles Dalton first began to breed foxes in captivity in 1887 on We see from a Mclroy, Indiana, silver paper that Mr. Fraxler Hurt, who re- Prince Kdwanl Island. When his alcently moved there from this place, success became known in 1910, most every farmer in the Island has been elected by the directors of Companthe mill company, of which he it part plunged into the business. ies were capitalized to breed silver of the owner, secretary-treasure- r new company which has been formed. foxes. Prince Edward Island became big fox farm. This is a capital selection, as Mr. one 0 Foxes sold at from $3,000 to Hurt is an experienced miller and a a pair in 1010. In 1013, pairs man.-Crab Orchard fine business brought from $12,000 to $170,00. Sun. Twenty-fiv- e pairs sold for an aver-ag- e of $25,000 a pair. One company "Much paid $32,600 for a pair the record We are Indebted to the following price. Fox farming spread throughfriends and subscribers for sending out Canada and the United States. us copies of February 12 issue, which $47,700 Skin Are Sold. we asked for last week: Mr, J. I. The Hudson's Hay Company, which Hello once was the governing power in Doty, Mrs. J. II. Witt, Mrs. Taylor, II. S. Hudson, Lon Uournc, Western Canada and which recently Mrs. Jim Turner, J. II. Smith. J. D. threw open to farm settlement nil tho Carter anil Mrs. K. II. Hallard, P. K. lands remaining of its once vast emPrcwltt, Mrs. II. F. Wilmott, Mrs. W. pire, formerly wns the world's prinII. Mom, C. S. Hoop nnd Mrs. V. T. cipal source of supply for silver fox Watson fur The company's statistics show years it sold 47,700 that In sixty-tw- o Sells. silver fox skins nt an average of Mr. A. W. Kavnnaugh aold last $145 n skin. Tho average price for silver fox week hi splendid farm containing 353 acres to Mr, John T. Hicks and skins for twelve years has been $000. possession will bo given at once. The bulk of tho trade now is sup Tho price paid for this farm I nut plied from fox farms and the major given, but knowing ones say that it ity of tho skins are marketed in the was a good sum, ns it is one of the United States. The record price of most productive farms in the county. $3,500 for a silver fox skin was obIn this issue Mr. Kavanaugh Is ad- tained In London several yearn ago. vertising tu sell at public auction, nil Sick. of his live stock and farming Implements, next Saturday, February -- 8th. Our genial Postmaster, Mr, K. P. Kcncl the ndvertiicnirnt, you may seo Ilrown and Mrs. Hrown have been something that you will need and may confined to their rooms since last get a bargain beside. Saturday, suffering with flu. Wc aro glad to announce that they are both License. recovering anil will soon be seen at Those that contemplate standing n their respective posts of duty. Mrs. stulllon, Jack or bull during the year Clara Prather Is assisting at the ofshould apply at once, before any ser-vi- fice thfs week. Is given, and secure your license from the county clerk. Many In the past have been waiting until the last Mr. Jt. II. Uatson has recently enlarged the front of hi storo room of the year before securing these but this can not be done any which had added very materially to longer and If you do you are subject its appearance. The stairway has to and the clerk must impose been removed, enabling the needed it. Here's the law: "Any person changes, and today it presents one of who shall stand a stud, Jack or bull, the latest in store fronts In the city. before procuring licsase required by Mr. Uatson tell us his business durthis act, shall be fined not less than ing the past year has been the best $5.00 nor more than $500, and each he has ever experienced and attriservice shall constitute a separate bute his large business to the fact offense." that he sells on small margins. e UfAMTC UAKtrtMP GOOD ROADS IMPRESSIVE BRYAN QUET THIS. MEETING. Substituted For ElecSERVICE Gives Views On Party trocution. Tobacco Board Of Witnessed By An Im Brought Large Crowd Platform. To Court House Last SENATOR JAY W. HARLAN Trade Entertain mense Crowd Last Elimination of Governor Edwards DILL PROVIDING Monday. with Delightful and All Soldier Candidates Sunday Night. FOR IN PUNISHMANY TALKS MADE. CHANGE One of the largest gatherings over assembled in the city was that which Predicted. GROWSRAPIDLY for Pair for Furs attended the memorial services at the Methodist church last Sunday evening, given in honor of those who made the supreme sacrifice in the great war to make the world safe for democracy. The awarding of "Certificates of Honor" to those next of kin was the occasion for the service and the mus leal program rendered by local talent added very much to the entertain ment of the evening. Mr. William Miller, who is Adjut nnt of Heidel Sanford Post, served ns chairman of tho meeting, which was opened by singing "America", followed by n prayer by He v. Pal meter of the Methodist church, A violin solo by Mis Dawes was bcauti fully rendered and always pleases her nudiences. The principal talk of the evening was delivered by Itcv. K. 11. llourland, who made a masterly address and too much could not be said in it praise. After this address the song "Star Spangled Ilanner" was sung, the on tire audience Joining in the singing llev. II. S. Hudson presented thu "Certificate of Honor" to Mrs. Klia It. Snnford, mother of Heidel San ford, for whom the local Post is named. These honors had previously been sent to other next of kin by mail direct from the department. The benediction by Itcv. C. I) Strother closed one of the most im pressive services ever held in the city in honor of our dead heroes. Is Increased. MR. FARLEY Pleases Good Audience Thursday night about two hundred business men nnd women of I. ancastcr turned out to hear nn address at the court house by Mr. W. II. Farley, on modern methods of expanding business. Mr. Farley came under the auspices of the National Cash Kcgister Company and through whose enterprise the cyent was secured. Mr. Farley was c: FRAZIER HURT not stranger to the city nn entire und before he had been here an hour, he was renewing some old acquaintances, he had not seen since his boyhood days. He is a delightful speaker and handles In his subject manner. a most entertaining $4,-00- Oblige." Kavanaugh Farm Postmaster Secure Your co Handsome Front. e Several hundred mules were on the Lancaster market last Monday but compared with the number offered, there were not many sales. The demand for high class mules were good and some of this class were sold. Mr. G. D. Swincbroad, who beSWINEBROAD lieves in selling everything at public auction, put up a nice team of four Big Sale. year old mare mules nnd they were LOCAL MAN bought by Taylor Raney for $G25.00 Swincbroad, the Heal Estate Man. Center Brothers sold privately the of Lancaster Ky sold at public auc following; ono pair to J. A. Owens, tion on February 24. tho 255 acre for $045.00, team to Shearer BrothSound ear com for sale in wagon Associa-tio- n. fn rm of II. G. Shcwmaker, in Wash ers for $400; team to Frank Hrown load lots. ington County five miles from Springfor $525, and n cheaper team to ArHudson, Hughes and Fnrnau. field. The farm was subdivided and 25-2- t. thur Sebastian for $330. sold in separate tracts. Tracts No. At n meeting of the Kentuckv Alex Doty sold a bunch of 20 ewes 1 and No. 2, containing 00.84 acres Aberdeen-Angu- s lirccdera' Associa to John Adams for $10.50 n head. Casey. was purchased by C. H. Perkins nt tion held at the Hotel Henry Wat- Mr. nnd Mrs. William Casey have $252.00 an acre, und Tract No. 3 and tcrson in Louisville last Tuesday the sympathy of their friends in the No. 4, containing 104.00 acres by I). night, Mr. A. D. Uradslmw, of this loss of their baby girl, Mclvy, who II. Motherly, at $335.00 per acre. county, was unanimously elected its To Watch died at their home on Creamery Total sale $70,002.83, average per secretary. Mr. C. E. Marvin, of street last Friday morning, following acre for tho entire farm $300.41, the Scott county wns elected president Poisoned Olives. nn acute attack of flu. The remains acre. nnd Mr. Clajdc S. Williams, of Fearing tho presence in Kentucky were taken to Iluckeyo lost Sunday Tho sale was conducted as usual. Woodford county, was elected vici of poisoned ripe olives as a result of afternoon where the interment took with Swincbroad as the manager to president. the entire satisfaction of the owner Members of this association ure the warning from Chicago that ship- place. and tho purchaser. assembled In Louisville to attend the ments had been made to fifty-tw- o Move. Swincbrcl "ALWAYS SELLS." second annual sale of pure bred cat- cities, Dr. A. T. McCormack, secretary of the State Hoard of Health, tle. Tho Aberdeen-Angu- s AssociaThose progressive farmers living Young. tion subscribed $500.00 as part of a this week appealed to housewives in In the Mt. Hebron section of the Louisville and throughout Kentucky Our good friend, Mr. J. W. Pum-- ! purse for the winners of a futurity of to return to their grocers, unopened, county have under foot the erection this breed to be held at the next Kenof a large Graded School near this phrey and one of Lancaster's most stuffed ripe olives of the "Hatnvla", place nnd a petition, asking for doesteemed citizens, will celebrate his. tucky State Fain "Ferndell" and "IUchclieu" brands. nations Is being circulated througheightieth birthday next Saturday, I Dr. McCormack also warned per out that section of the county. This February 28th. Mr. Pumphrcy does sons against eating Mr. Jame P. Weaver died at the "suspicious odors." olives that have is u commendable move indeed and not look ii day over sixty and if the! we wish to congratulate these splenwishes and prayers of his friends are home of her son, W. S. Weaver last State inspectors were authorized answered, ho will livo many, many Thursday, after un illness of several to take up (he stock and destroy it did people on their progressive spirit. years of paralysis. She was a good Garrard county can already boati of more long and happy years. and grocers are urged to dispose of woman, devoted wife and affectionfour of the best equipped ended ate mother. She was 70 years old such stock. Is schools in the state and every cob Louisville believed to bo freo Visitor, j and a devout member of the Methosidcration should be given tho Mt, from the three brands of stuffed, rlpo Mr. Jmiipi Smith, the nromlnent dist church since early childhood. Hebron people, that another one may olives, according to Louisvillo groShe leaves beside her husband, two soon be erected there. Lancaster haberdasher, was in Dan-- j cers, who said Monday that there is villa yesterday looking at some more sons and one daughter, Messrs L. P. practically no demand for them. and W. S. Weaver, of Hubble and real estate. Ho is at this time the ' Mrs. William Dunbjan. 1010 Ford Touring car $375.00. owner of a number of splendid pieces WANTED Wait man with 1015 Quick touring car 1400.00. of property In Danville and ha such I The funeral services were held at parlance in raiting tobacco. Will explicit faith in tho future of this the Methodist church last Friday stay HO month from April 1st until 1017 Chalmers tosrisff ear I6M.W. town that he is willing to buy more. morning, after which Interment took tobacco is housed. Malcosa Osswrae. All guaranteed. place in the Lancaster cemetery. Danville Advocate. Bourne, Ky. L. II. Conn or Conn & Conn. Vice-president He was pleased with his large and attentive audience and the deep interest which it showed in the development of business along progressive line and shows the forward spirit which is sweeping over our city and community. Has Another urging the Importance of building this road and of supporting the bond issue, iloth of these fine gentlemen have given a year or more of their tjmc to this project as the road is to bo run through their county nnd If Oarrard fall in carrying the bond issue, the road is hopelessly lost to them nnd their county. They ore elegant gentlemen, both of them, nnd made many warm friends while in our city and we are nil Indebted to them for the assistance and encouragement given us In this work. The last speaker of the day was Mr. Hodman Wylie, of Louisville, nnd former Commissioner of Public High-.wafor the state of Kentucky. The people of this county are being rapidly converted to gQod roads and when tho Federal Highway proposition is properly put before them, they are no longer skeptical, but become nt once a booster and are bringing In converts every day to the good work. There is no economy in building a cheap road, anymore than there Is in building a cheap house. As one ardent enthusiast expressed it. "If you build a good house you will not stop until you get a good roof for it the same applies to a good road. Uuild a good one while you are at it and when completed, put a good roof over it to preserve it for years to come." Thats what is proposed when this highway is built; an ever lasting roof will be put over it and the only work needed later will be to see that it Is well guttered, so that the water may not Injure its foundation. If the splendid crowd and enthusiasm that filled the auditorium of the ! FItANKFOKT, KY Another re- court house last Monday nftcrnoon Irult of the fiendish murder of little is any criterion ns to the wny that the Geneva Hardman In Fnyctte County bond issue will he carried on March and the subsequent trial, conviction 30th, it will be practicnlly unanimous, nnd death sentence imposed upon for not n dissenting voice was heard Will Locki tt, tho negro nt Lexington, at this meeting, cnlled by W. F. while a mob was bent on wreaking Chnmp, our locnl chairman, in the in- vengeance on him, is the Introducterest of good roads and the bond Is- tion of n bill In the Legislature by sue election set for Uic Inst Tuesday Senntor Jay W. Harlan, of Danville, in March. to substitute hanging for electrocuThe meeting was called to order by tion ns the death penalty in certain the chairman and n short talk was cases. made by Judge Forest Stnpp, who Senator Hnrlnn said that he offerearnestly urged that nil support the ed the bill after consulting with n bond Issue and felt that a grave mis- number of his colleagues in the Gentake would be made, if we did not eral Assembly who agreed with him take advantage of the appropriation that the death penalty ns now imwhich the government proposes to posed was not a sufficient deterrent give toward the building of the pro- to the commission of certain crimes jected Federal Highwny. He wns against women, the execution of the followed by J. K. Kobinson, U. F. culprit under the present circumHudson. II. V. Ilnstin and Itcv. II. A. stances being far removed from the Dawes of our local speakers, all of scene of thu crime. whom brought out many good points The author of tho measure proand gave undeniable reasons why posing hnnging for electrocution for this road should be built nnd why the certain crimes pointed out that now bond issue should be carried by a upon conviction the condemned crimhandsome majority. inal is taken to the Eddyville peniMr. Woodson Lewis, of Greens-bur- g tentiary to await his execution, which and Mr. J. I Duham, nlso of may be several hundred miles from Grccnsburg, mndc enthusiastic talks, the scene of his crime, nnd thnt exi MENT IN KENTUCKY. Cleveland, Ohio. The Plain Deal- er Tuesday published nn interview with William Jennings Ilrynn, obtained by its staff correspondent nt Miami Florida, in which the former Democratic nominee for president named the principal planks he hopes to see incorporated In tho Democratic national platform nt San Francisco, Mr. Ilrynn says ho does not attempt to dictate, but merely summarizes his beliefs nnd opinions ni a result of his studying the political pulse. He places the more Important planks In the following order: Indorsement of thu administration of President Wilson. National prohibition. Woman suffrage. Opposition to enforced military training. Opposition to profiteering. Taxation. Iibor problems. Public ownership. Mr. Ilrynn practicnlly predicted the elimination of Governor Edwards of New Jersey and soldier candidates on both sides for the Presidential nomination. Mr. Ilrynn declares he has no disposition to suggest in advance planks on which the Democratic convention might be divided, "but there are certain planks which will bo in the platform as a matter of course. These I am willing to mention." "There will be a plank endorsing the Resident's administration," Mr. Ilrynn said, "not thnt every member of the party endorses everything tho administration has done; not that a mnjority of the convention will endorse everything thnt has been done, but it has been a great administration and the Democrats of the nation would not think of entering the campaign on a repudiation or upon a platform silent on that subject. "The platform will contain n plank in favor of prohibition as the permanent policy of tho country and our candidate will be pledged to the strict enforcement of the law In letter nnd spirit. Every state controlled by the Democrats has ratified the national prohibition amendment. It is inconceivable that the Democratic party should defy the conscience of the nation on this subject after having contributed so largely to the prohibition victory. "There being three states recorded in opposition to national prohibition, probably shall expect that our candidate for president shall be selected from New Jersey and our candidate for from Connecticut or Rhode Island in case our convention goes wet But we would not be sure of carrying those three states because conscience may break out there before election. "The platform will strongly declare for woman suffrage, and the convention may be expected to propose effective remedies, national, state and local, for profiteering and his old brother tho trust," treme penalty Is jncted out without in attracting the slightest nttention i the vicinity where the crime was com- mitted. His bill provides that upon conviction for crimes against women where the death penalty is imposed the execution shall b.c by hanging in the county where the crime wns committed, and that in nil other cases electrocution shall be the means of meting out the extreme penalty of the law. He said that he had been assured of support in amending the present lnw to the extent proposed. The present electrocution law was fathered by Senator Herman D. Louisville, in the 1910 Legislature, and it wns to get away from tho morbid curiosity nnd sickening sentimentality that then attended legal executions by hanging thnt the author claimed prompted him to seek a change by having the death penalty meted out in the electric chair at the Eddyville prison instead of upon the gallows in the Jail yards of the various county scats, which had obtained since the founding of the State. New-comb, MANY MULES Offered Here Monday. Elected Secretary Of Breeders HOUSEWIVESHERE Warned For Commendable Eighty Years ' Weaver. Prominent ' For Sale. 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 26, 1920 THE BEST INSURANCE GIRLS SMOKED AGAINST INFLUENZA. 50 YEARS AGO Hunter College Memen- Prominent Educator Believes That Vapomen-th- a Is A Sure Preventive. toes Show Students Frivolous and even Flirts. NEW YORK. Girls would be Dr. It. M. Brnme, discoverer uf Brnme's Vnpomenthn Salve, has 5 letter from C. C. Wright, Superintendent of the Wilkes County, N C , Public Schools, in which he says: "We hnve used Brnme's Vnpomenthn Salve for nearly nil the ills for which it is prescribed nnd have nlwnys secured satisfactory results. If used In time it has never failed to break up colds, usually tho forerunner of Grippe, Influenza nnd Pneumonia. I spenk from personal observation. I believe if this preparation is used in time it will prevent the development of pneumonia in every instance, if used according to directions." These strong statements nre fully justified by the remarkable recoveries thnt follow, Brnrae's Vnpomenthn Salve is applied freely over the chest nnd throat and inserted in Paint InSUranCe- fire Paint affords positive protection nnd Insures you agnimt decay and deterioration by the elements, bedsides it increases the vuluc of your property nnd adds to its appearance. Destruction of your property by fire is remote, destruction by decoy nnd neglect is certain. You nrc carrying fire insurance, which protects you against possible loss, but docs not prevent each nostril. Brame's Vapomnntlm Salve penetrates the pores of the skin, relieving congestion, at the samo healing vnpors arise and aro brenthed through the mouth and nose, loosening the pleghm and causing the patient to breathe freely. Its absolute reliability is evidenced by doiens of unsolicited testimonials. Brnme's Vnpomenthn Salve will relieve pneumonin, influensa, grippe, pleurisy, bronchitis, whooping cough, cntnrrh. asthnm, tonsllitis, hny fever and inflammation of the skin. Vnpomenthn is applied externally, anil it will not stain the clothes, as other salves do. .No home should ever be without it. Buy If from your drnlrr or direct from the llrnmn Drug Co., North Wilkesboro. N. C. a much A small bottle costs 30c; larger one, containing six times as tlmo much. $1.20. Adv. Tor every surface or stained, ycu'l1 hit will give you 1c . century of rcputj Pec Gee Trademark. "ccds to be painted, varnished l'cc Gee Paint or Finish that t Ion at lowest cost. Half a .ihcst quality is behind the How to Paint Atk u far FREE Paint Dook "Hunts and tor Color Card, or write direct to Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt 77w."Uo i Co., Louisville, Ky. McRoberts Drug Store is wmum. .mm Lancaster, Kentucky. girls, even fifty yenrs ago. They were frivolous, they flirted, nnd they even smoked, notwithstanding all talk of the "sane old days" of chaperons nnd dignity. The evidence is written by , the grandmothers themselves and is contained in the interesting collection of carefully preserved nutograph albums which are nmung the Interesting collection of mementoes of Hunter College for Women to be placed on exhibition nt the Public Library hero in connection with the fiftieth anniversary of tly college, which occurred Inst week. "Don't Forg.t Our First Stnoka." What nre the girls of today nccused of doing thnt their grandmothers wouldn't? Do they stay out too late nt night? Turn to the nlbum of Miss Sarah Hntch, one of the first girls to grndunte from Hunter. You may read there: "I shnll think of you whenever I henr the hells strike 3 n. in. Wnsn't BELLE." it fun? Perhnp the conservative criticiie of today's batch of young women wooing my lady nicotine. Get out the nlbum of Eltle Nicholson, Hunter College, clns of lb70. There you'll fin. I in hold unashamed, if girlish, handwriting: "Dui't fargtt our first smoke. MOLLIE." Cigarctlvt Wrc Common." Notice tho "first". Cigarette were uncoi.imon then, too. I'erhnps they begnn on "Honest Workman" in clay pipes. But the fact remains they smoked. Do our 1920 New York girls form masculine acquaintances too easily? Well, there is the book of autographs preserved by Fannie Drumenthal in which was written in 1R70 these il- mot Saving TODAY The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Let Bargain Counter Seeds Alone. Under the hich price of clover nnd grass seeds farmers nre looking for tho beat bargains before purchasing their sprint; seeds. It is sood to tret the beat bargain but it is more important to get good seed. Many times the bargain seeds nrc poor in quality nnd carry a large per cent of noxious weed seed. It is better to buy from tho dealers whom you know by experience handle nothing but the best reed and pay tho market price than to pick up some bargain price which you see advertised and get a bad case of noxious weeds that will keep you fighting for yenrs to come, We cannot afford not to sow clover because it is the main pillar which! supports a good crop rotation. Thir-- j dollars per bushel seems high for clover liut that is not nsj high as it will be. Tho time to buy i : clover seed is now; lay it nwny nnd ' Sanders price $41. take more pnins in sowing it than Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Whittuker of Give the young clover Red House were week end guests of a light coat of manure which will in- Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Snyder, sure you a set and make the seed go Mr. nifd Mrs. S. N. Sanders nnd further. Misses son, James, nnd daughters Nnncy nnd Lindn were among the BKADSHAW MILL. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Cameron Prewitt Mr. Floyd Snyder sold the follow were in Lancaster on business Friday. 1 Master Harlan Snyder spent the ing cow and calf to Will Stephens price 1110, and one cow to Hobert day with .Mrs. S. N. Sanders Tuesday. Singer price $100, and one cow nnd Mrs. Floyd Snyder nnd Miss Lindn calf to Arthur Dnilcy price $125, 1 Sanders were in Richmond Tuesday. cow nnd calf to Burdettc Dailey for Miss Lindn Sanders spent Wednes- $125. day night with Mrs. Susan Uronddus. BURNS, CUTS AND SORES Miss Nancy Sanders is spending several days with Mrs. Susan Broad-du- s. Heal readily if FARRIS' J I HALING RKMEDY is npplied. You make it at Little Kuth Cameron Prewitt spent home and snve the difference. A the day Friday with Miss Lindn San- good thing to keep on hand nt nil ders. times. Get it today, you may need it W. A. DICKEBSON. Floyd Snyder bought one cow from tomorrow. .(Advertisement. Earl Prewitt and n hog from N. II. hcre-to-for- Dodqe Brothers 4. The car is zz light, so certain In Its pjrfjrmKic: and so free from necessity of repair, that the saving In delivc.y 1& .ictual and real. luminating words: "And nil thnt time you never learned his name! Thoughtless girl. BETH." Does the way our young women dress these days bother the meditating mornliit nnd need nn excuse and parallel? Here it is from the album of Gertrude Williams: "Dressed like that, any one could climb fences. ELSIE." Thrill In Strang Muilachc." When New York girls fniled to frecre and brittle up armistice night when celebrnting strangers male hugged nnd kissed their way up nnd down Broadway, but rather seemed to like it, the strnlght-lacc- d folk mut tered, "It was not like thnt in the olden days." But hnd they seen this', "remembrance note" in nnother of the onrly albums of Hunter girls they' would have been silenced: "What n thrill there mutt be in a strange muitnche! RUTH." Another thing of which they may nccutu the girls today Is angling for' beaux plain or garden flirting. A very represcnsible mode of conduct,,' nnd not dene in 1870, to nil nccounts. No? an excerpt from the care-- ' fully preserved nlbum of one, Sal- vina Smith, who was n belle in the ! enrly '70s: "Alas! you saw him first. Mourn-- 1 fully. ANITA." Thn, further on in the same nl- bum of one of the chums of the own-- 1 cr of the nlbum hnd written: "Flirt. Very truly yours, "SARA E. DAY.' Tho girls of Hunter College in 1870 were, us some of the class of 1020 an nounceil nfter she hnd looked over the evidence, "Not u bit men shy, I'll say." Ih-rc'- s THE NATIONAL BANK OF I.ANCASTER. Capital S50,000. A. It. DENNY, President. S. C. DENNY, Cnshler J. IL HARRIS. Individual Book-keepe- Surplus iao.fion. J. r. E. STOKMES. Vlce-Pres- t, C. M THOMPSON. Book-Kc- e Teller per HUGH MOBLEY. General Safety Deposit Boxes for hem Storm. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swincbroad, Alex IL Denny, J II Posey, J B. S C Denny, A. T Sonden, Dr W M Elliott. I)irt-et- r 'FIX STOP i of 8 E m nnin i .stee in nil 8 It . M to Wo are equipped with machinery to ki. V AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE ft REPAIRING one. On all mnkes of Automobiles or KnKincak furnish you with n new buttery nr rej ah . I mmum THINK OF IT yo. Wo ca " ' BROTHERS r, Kentucky. 50,000 yUucast Recommend Some Are Lancas-te- r People. Ovur one hundred thousiuid have Doon'a KUlnoy Pills, For backache, kidney, urinary Ills, Fifty thousand signed tarftilmanlaU Aro appearing now In publiu print. Homo of thorn nro iJincuster people. Home aro published In Ijwoaater. No other romedy shows such proof. Follow tills Lancaster man's examOur Remedy. W. B. Persons Publicly ple. Carrier, morchnnt, Public Square, says: "I had dull backachos that bothered mo, especially during the night und ray kidney acted Irregularly. I used Doon'a Kidney Pills, Htornio's Drug Htoro nnd the backache and other signs of kid ney trouble disappeared, I havu had uo return of the- trouble." Price 60c, nt all dealer. Don't Imply ask (or a kidney remedy got Dosu's Kidney Pills the samti that Uo., Mr. Carrier had. Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y. procurod Fuster-Mllburn guaranteed. Wo have installed hattury chunac and nro now rcadyfor Imtturv With our Acuytulune :uul OxyKu WtiWinjf ' chinu wo can wold mmt any 'ulien part of uti auie mobile, gas engine or faiiuii.g mtu in wry. At time you need help, on you. ug..u ... ... other kind of mach)nvr . m,, m to come to your rvacuu oiinor any ur mHL no tnti too lurgo or too Hmall. We nlso carry a larRe stork of .uti, jiaru fo Fords and other makes of cum. W huudle the New Crown GiiHollne which jrivoa more mlloajje than anv other Knsolinc on M.trkot Wo ulso furnish Kiuu Air and uiu uiiuimivii to Waah and Polish AutoH. i,d Might Gnrntro Open Day Sntiafnctlyn . . 1 tc at Patrick 31. &. Conn. PAINT LICK, KY. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb 26, 1920 1920 MODEL BUICKS $1650.00 can deliver you a 1920 Model BUICK, either 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 Compare this wonderful BUICK and 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. Six-Cylind- er DO NOT WASTE FEED. GUNN'S CHAPEL. I wnsteil If your liopi do not Miss Allene Hurt is ill. iHgest anil assimilate nil the feed that Miss Mnry l.ce Kurtz Is ill. is Riven them. II. A. THOMAS' Mr. Sale Hurt Is suffering from HOC POWDKH nll digestion, rnus. ng n licit tu Ret nil the food vnlue rheumatism. Miss Hemic and Master Edward out of the Krnln, thereby fattening In shorter time nml of course on les Teatcr arc both HI. Mrs. Cnsey tins been with her son, feed. Get it today. We sell It. V. Mr. and Mr. Jesse Casey. A. DICKENSON, Uncnstcr, Ky, (Advertisement. Mr. Walker lacker sold a horse to Mr. Jasper Noel for $156. Mr. Louis McCulley and family have bcrn suffering from colds. No, there are no profiteers in hell. Mr. Rutheford Fnin nold n cnlf to The devil is rnreful of the compnny Mr. Wnlker Locker price $25. he kecui. Mr, and Mrs. Louis Murphy arc Yes, every man has it will of his parents of n son born Feb 23rd. own provided ho is not n politician Mr, II. M. Kurtz purchnsed a team or hit wife is not around. from Mr. Dec Fothcrglll for $510. Mr. Tom Floyd's children and Mr. Ijitcitt report from abroad indicate that the league of nations is Otis Ilurton's family arc ill with llu. still the league of nations. Messrs John bind, Ligc Ray and Charles Grow motored to Lexington Is quite easy for any And yet it Monday. weary pilgrim to perk up, when he Miss Aila May Foster and brother has the perking with which to do the Frank Allen spent the week end with perking. Mrs. Allen Teater. Yes, time wns when we could give M r. Homer Hay spent Saturday you an intelligent definition of the with his father Mr. Frank Ray In Hut not now, oh Ijincnstcr. word "politician". Lord, not now. Messrs John and T. M. Chandler Feed SCORES OF PEOPLE HAVE FOUND TRUTONA UNFAILING AS PREVENTIVE OF "FLU" Cracks at Creation. "This Medicine Saved Me From Having Influenza," Mrs. Sears Declares-Ma- ny Similar Statements Furnish Unquestionable Proof. Since reaching the definite conthat as yet no cure for in fluenzn hns been found, health authorities arc practically unanimous In their opinion that PREVENTION Is the one best means for stamping out the dreaded disease. As to the best means of insuring effective prevention the answer is to be found in Surgeon General llluc's recent statement in which he cays, "it is important that the body be kept strong and able to tight otf disease germs." Public statements from scores of people have proven that there is no better ngency for providing body strength and vitality to withstand attacks of disease than Trutonn. Many will remember the rcmnrkable work done by Trutonn last year when, in innumerable cases, serious after-effect- s of influenza were quickly overcome by the perfect tonic. In only a slightly lessor measure hns Trutona been declared to have prevented attacks of the malady, ONE OF THE MANY CASES. Mrs. Josephine Sears, 2803 Port clusion land avenue, Louisville, after grate- The Buick Company builds seven passenger and all the regulars closed models. Call me at Conn & Conn's Garage or Conn Bros., Hardware 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 Reo I Truck. The Lancaster Box 486. Buick Co. Lancaster, Ky. L. B. CONN, Prop. I Sooner or Inter we'll get in on this were guests on Monday of Mr. and Have Mrs. Harry Tenter. profiteering game oursclf. you an automobile you want to trade The priec of hogs i going down. Mrs. Allen Tenter sold a pig to Mr. In n subscription? Homer Ray recently fur 25 cents. Still, if we could get rid of the Mcsdumcs Harvey Tenter nnd J. I). piercing winter winds and the Jz- Ilobbitt Mise Ilornice Tenter nnd zllng summer suns this old country of Agnes Jones were guests of Mrs. John ours wouldn't be such n bad one after Ijind on Wednesday. all. Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Stapp nnd Rumor has it that modern man, in family, Mr. Simmie Murphy, Mr. nnd order to keep pace with the wotnen, Mrs. R. I. Ilurton, Mrs. W. R. Rsy will soon be tripdng daintily down were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. the street gnrbed in decalete shirts Kurtz on Wednesday nnd attended and short pants. the burial of Mr. James Ulythc BurNow that about every state has ton. Nettie Ovcrley, the little seven its favorite son in the wild and wool- ' ly presidential scramble, it k time weeks old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. for the cities, towns nnd village to Jesse Casey, died on Fridny morning. The parents awoke just a few minutes trot 'em out. Who's ours? before she died nnd were shocked to What, we wonder, jiertend this find her in so serious a condition an I will offer for sale privately my splendid saddle'itallion ominous quiet south of the Rio she had appeared as well as usual, WALKING DAN. Grande? Vic Carranzti hain't crupf-- ; llurlal took place in the M. E. Church He is one of the best saddle stallion in Garrard county ed for nt le.nt 2 1 hours, and that is yard lie re on Saturday. The parents He is of the Peavine and Denmark some record for he of the whiskers. have our sympathy in their toss. This and n splendid breeder. stock and none better can be found. Also my fine Black Jack (lower was only loaned to them Our otTicc, devil goes to the head little BOYD WAGERS for a little while and should make of the class. He describes a United Fine size, good bone and a great breeder. Heaven seem dearer and sweuter beStates senator as "an inmate of the J. B. CREECH, national asylum to whom the gov cause It has blossomed up there for ; PAINT LICK, KY. ROUTE NO. 3. them. ernment pays something for nothing." ! fully describing the many remarkable benefits she gained from Trutona, says: "I really believe this medicine saved me from having influenza." There are scores of other similar statements, too numerous to mention, and they prove conclusively that Trutona is truly n remarkable agency for the prevention of Influenza ns well as an unequalled reconstructive tonic for overcoming had after-effect- s of the disease. Trutonn' healthful action reaches every portion of the body. Perform ing its work faithfully and efficiently, Tmtonn rebuilds diseased nerves and timics, creates n healthy appetite nnd assist in digestion and av idmilntion of food, the results of which arc invariably to be seen in the ruddy checks und sparkling oyes of those who have taken the perfect tonic. Don't tnke a chance take Trutona. Trutonn is sold in at Drug Store. (Advertisement) t's FOR SALE Saddle Stallion and Jock ' ' , ( OFFICIAL NOTICE ... OF The latest breeder of revolution and bolshcvism in this country is the rent hog. In most cities rents are being boosted from SO to 300 per cent, and no agency seems cnpable of curbing the capitalistic thieves. Whisper it softly, but come quick We have a little "something" stowed away in our sanctum which we dole out sparingly on" occasions to our convivial but thirsty friends good, cool, sparkling water. Have ly! one. BIG HORSE SALE ... Special in Election ... - Garrard County, Kentucky, ON - The next time you see a weary looking individual standing idly on the street corner gazing at nothing, just keep your eye an him until a trim looking piece of hosiery appears in the otTing. Then note tie transformation. Oh, these men! Am one a is large, and we have much room to spare, but not one inch for the cuss who seeks to overthrow the government of the United States. REGULAR TERMi We may, or we may not, be of GAltltAKIi COl'NTY COURT; JANUARY 2, 1920. in power, but we are AmeriHon. Forest Stapp, Judge. TRLSKNT cans all, and we want nothing but This ilny ranie. R. CJ. Woods and two hundred and thirty two other Americanism 100 per cent (Hire. Citizens and legally qualified voters of (iarrnrd County, Kentucky, who nre That's our creed. free holders of the County, and petitioned the Court to make an order on The war department announces his order book directing the Officers of the Hlection in nil voting precincts that one out of every O0G American 11)20. to take sense In the County, to open a poll on TUKSDAY .MARCH 30, olTicers and soldiers in the great war of the legal voters of said County upon the question "Are you In favor of won some kind of n decoration. issuing $192,000,00 in llonds for the purpose of building roads nml bridges." Quite interesting, indeed, if we onl Said llonds to Itenr interest not to exceed five per cent per annum knew how many of those decorations with coupons attached, pnyable Said llonds to be were awarded for service on the bat of not les than One Hundred Dollars or more than Otto Thou tie front, and how muny were given years, nnd to favorites who held soft berths in natid Dollars to run not less than live nor more tlinn twenty-on- e to be redeemed within that time nt the plensure of the Garrard County tho rear, or even in Washington Fiscal Court nnd to be sold at not Icm par value and accrued interest. Give us tho whole truth. Wherefore it is ordered by the Court, that the regular olTicers of the idection, in all the voting precincts In the county will open n poll on Tuesday WHY DON'T YOUR HENS LAY March 30, lH2Gto tnke the scute of the legnl voters in said County upon WHEN YOU WANT EGGS the question "Are you in favor of Issuing $192,000.00 in llonds for the purMOST, IN THE WINTER. pose of building roads and bridges." They do not get the chemfcul In Tho sheriff of said County is directed to advertise said election and gredients that nature intentl-- d at the object thereof, for nt least .'10 days next before the day thereof, in lome this season. 11. A. THOMAS' POULnewspaper having the largest circulation in the County nnd also by printed TRY REMEDY supply these ver hand bills posted up at not less than four public places in each voting pre- chemicals, but, of course, In n more cinct in the County nnd nl the Court llouio Door, highly concentrated form. We sell Tho County Clerk is directed to luivo printed, upon the llallot, the it and guarantee you to get eggs. W. question, "Are you In favor of issuing $192,000.00 in llonds for tho pur- A. D1CKERSON, UnrasUr, Ky. pose of building roads and bridges," and to leave, two places upon tho jright (Advertisement. , of said question; One for votes favoring tho issue, to be designated by the How many War Savings Stamps word "Yes" and one for votes opposing tho issue to bo designated by tho word "No", nnd said llallot to be printed ns provided for in tho GcnernI did you get for yourself lust month? They aro $4.N a piece in March Miction Laws, Section 1459 Kentucky Statutes. Said Election shall In nil respects, be held in accordance with tho gen-er- The wise person puts sway a little fund where it will be safe, snug Hlection Laws of the state. It is further provided that all tho money raised by tho sale of the and ready for use. He wise. said bonds shall be used solely and alone for the building, construction, or Too much wishbone and not of roads of aiphaltam, conctctc, brick, itono block, maca- enough backbonu is a bad combindam, (;ravl or other processes of equal merit. ation. It takes backbone to save; FOREST STAPP, Judge of Garrard County Court. wishing won't get you anywhere, This notice Is given in pursuance to abovo order of the Garrard County but Thrift Stamps and War SavCourt This 29th day of January 1930. ings Stumps will if systematically A. K. WALKER, Sheriff of Garrard County. purchased. TUESDAY, MARCH 30th, 1920 tin-part-y semi-annuall- m, A, iflM: WiT.-t- - t1P XM n w-$im- una ssajETs f v :, J sd1w X SBBBBTlBBBr MdBBBBBBBBPVw? T - 5 24 r IC: ;iC". (i IN MARES 4 to 7 years old, ALL BROKE, and Sale will be held rnln or sit in on bust lot ever shipped to LANCASTER nl SATURDAY, AT 28th M 1:30 P. IN LANCASTER AT THE C1ARRARI) IOBACCO WAREHOUSE Any Information, call COL, A. L. GATES, AUCTIONEER, ROY F. WOOD, OWNER, OK MACK HUGHES, AGENT, DANVILLE, KY. The Central Record, Lancastet , Ky.. Thursday Feb 26, country publisher can not secure the necessary paper stock he must go to the wall. Yet Sunday after Sunday they continue to Imup rditlons so large that it becomes n physical Impossl blhty to read them. Section after section is plnced in the Sunday pa I :rs that contains nothing of n news c. cuent, nnd but little of any prnctl-m- l value whatever. Usually it Is posed largely of sickening slush i.-.:' 1 920 and receive a small booklet giving as to the Sanatorifull particulars um. According to the In teat official census, there are about six mllliciis of cancers in the United States, nnd IHO.000 rases in Kentucky. The Watson Cum cor Sanatorium, should be the benefactor of humanity, ' h;ch n school boy would he nsham-- c I to father It is n useless waste f material which is nlrendy difficult t4 ' BSSSI ikecp hanging you ai maae witn H K Hp frfS-- ' bhi !UALUMbT IftyiiS j Why Not A Clean-u- p Club. Spring will be with us again very shortly now, and the question of com munity beauty and sanitation will como to the fore. What's the matter with having n "Clean-Up- " club In this town? Why can't we have an organiza tion of public spirited men and women whoso business it would be to encourage the cleaning up and beautifying of the town? Such an organization would accomplish wonders in a short space of time. We haven't a citizen who wouldn't heartily cooperate in such a movement; and many, onco it was under way, would go to great lengths to outdo others and carry on the prize. And a prize, we would suggest. should be given not for the best place, but for the one showing the greatest Improvement, Sanitation is necessary to health, and we can't have sanitation without cleanliness. And cleanliness can be produced only through the systematic cooperation of the entire community. We believe such a movement would prove popular in this town. I Certainly its benefits would be many and far reaching. This paper wanU only one office in such n club that of chief booster. obtain. It reminds one of the eg that roots the bucket over in its irr Ci'j effort to get nil of the slop. Seme of the city dallies have Sun-- y circulations us high as four hun-- t useless eight red thousand. One I age section omitted from such an edition would furnish the news print necessary for n week's supply for nt least two hundred country news-- I apers. One such section omitted from the New York and Chicago Sun-- 1 day papers alone would supply over I two thousand country apcrs. One section omitted from these would hardly be missed. I apers It would create no hardship whatever The failure of two thousand country papers to make their appearance on press dny would create a furore. The big daily newspapers would tune the people Mlcvc thnt the "ortitge of newsprint is due to ur, production. As a watt, r of, ..rtunl fact, it is due in great ''"ft t the hogtlme of ti c Suu .1 .'a. lies. Congress may not realize it but ami thousand thousan 3 if country editors hv their c,is on Washington. The are wn .ng to see what Wliingtr is i .'ig o do about it. Congress can aid the Mtuativii er materially by placing a reas.n ible limit on the sis of Sunday rv armg according to populatur l rs, This will not infringe upon the legitimate righta of trie daily pa pers. It will protect the rights of j the country press. Already some country papers have suspended publication because they could not secure the paper necessary to print their editions. In the face of such conditions, to permit the daily news print hog to continue his present practice will inflict incalculable damage upon the country press. Weak kneed officials prattle about the situation working itself out. It will not. No hungry dog was ever known to voluntarily surrender a Juicy bone, And the news print hog is even greedier than the dog. t- - They may lie low until the present flurry of opposition blows over, nnd then the project will be-- broached. Hut wo have had enough of that sort of thing. We have some ten billions of dollars planted over there now upon which it is doubtful if the interest will ever sprout. Kven Hritish people of promin- enco are advocating the repudiating of nil obligations and the taking of It may be done. it fresh start. We note from the cablegrams that in London, I'aris and other large cities fabulous prices are being paid by women for the latest creations in gowns nnd other frippery. There seems to be no limit to the money for this purpose. Again we note that the .Marquis of Quecnbery hns gone Into bank ruptcyowing n paltry $5,000 be cause he is too aristocratic nnd too Inzy to woik. He is supported by ! relatives nnd friends. Foreign countries are full of the' same breed all aristocratic, nil too lazy to earn n living, but nil willing to blow in money. Kxtravagant sums can be paid by the population for any selfish purpose, because it contributes to their vanity nnd their pleasure. It Is the same wherever the sun shines. If the French nnd Kngliah government want billions, let them go to the rich countries. If their own people haven't confidence and patriotism enough to put the necessary nmount, why should we Americnns cough up agninT Let them open the money bngs of their rich, and then put their lazy parasites to work. If the latter can create anything of value we can probably buy it from them nnd pay for what wo get. That's business. Hut digging down agnin for another "loan" would be the height! of Jackassery. Wr believe with the Chinaman, that it should be a case of "no wor-kee-, no cntce " CANCER SANATORIUM Opened At Somerset. I W -E-D -A-N Bftch, Sycamore, Maple, Osk and Walnut Leas. J If you Imve any to Loulavill oll write lo C. C. MENGEL A DRO. CO. Kentucky I Sannturlum Ky., The Somerset, here, formerly owned and opernted (Advertisement) by the Into Dr. J anion 8. Anderson, Choctaw Indian, has been re openKxtravagnnre rots character. ed by a company of local business Itoosevelt War Savings Stamps are men orgnnlsed for the puroc of a preventative for financial decay. treating Cancer, Tumor and Ulcer, .Make it convenient t see the postwith Watson's Cancer Kerned)-- , master today. n number of years ago by Dr. P. At. Watson who has made Speaking about opportunities, the score of wonderful cure in severe (Jovernment Is offering quite a few rases of cancer. to Its people in making it possible There seems to be no doubt that for them t purrlif savings securthis Institution will be n groat raging from ities in derMMtiliHitfciH as they bnve this wonderful 26 eenm te $1.000. remedy, competent physicians, n uni on nnd modern equipment in every The poorest argument in the world respect. Tln Watson Cancer Sana-- Is that of tfee man or woman who ' torium will ncrommoilati- - over one soys he Is ton mr to sve. I'oor hundred pa'ictits In the main build-- people can't afford not to save making it posing, and there are separate buildings The (Jovernment for colored patients. sible for every one to get ahead Those interested, may write The with 25 cent Thrift Stamps nnd $6 Watxoti Sanatorium Corporation, In War Savings Stamps for II anil a corporntod, Kentucky, small fraction Somerset, stir-ces- t tl-- OF Live Stock and DON'T NEGLECT A RHEUMATIC PAIN Go after it with Sloan's Liniment before it gets dangerous Apply a Utile, don't rub, let It ftne-Iro- lr. and good-btwinge I Same for external aches, pains, strains, stiffness of joints or muscles, lameness, bruises. Instant relief without mussiness or soiled clothing. Reliable the bigceit selling liniment year after year. Economical by reason of enormous sales, keep a big bottle ready at all times. Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment. 35c, 70c. $1.40. y Implements HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND POSSESSION TO BE GIVEN AT ONCE, I WILL ON Saturday, February 28th, 1920 BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT TEN O'CLOCK. SELL TO THE HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDER THE FOLLOWING PERSONALTY: 16799 DIED in New York City alono from kidney trouble last year. Don't allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against this trouble by taking "NoWorkee, No Eatee" Wo are told that Austria and certain of the smaller countries of for lack of Kurope are starving bread. We lire asked to loan $125,000,000 for the immediate relief of these unfortunate people. Very good. We are Americans, nnd Americans have never yet failed to succor a nation expiring from the pangs of hunger. If these suffering people need $125,000,000 let us give it to them outright. Let it be our contribution to the cause of humanity, nnd then let us forget it. Hut let's have nothing to do with a loan which we know can never bo repaid. It only becomes an object for futuru friction. Hut as to England and France. London has recently repudiated Sir (ieorge I'alsh, who has been trying to float n loan In this country of $:t5,000,000,000 for the allies. It says Sir (ieorge is not authoriz ed to represent the British govern ment, nor yet the Iiritish banking Interests. Kxit Sir George and his aosy scheme. We have no further Inter est in him. It Is a well known fact, however, that England and France are look ing to this country for the billions necessary for their reconstruction. Eight good work mules; Four mules coming two years old; One good saddle horse; One Harness Mare, gentle for ladies; Two number one milk cows; One Registered cow and calf; Three brood sows; Twenty-six Aberdeen-Angu- s shoats, immune from cholera; 100 Plymouth Rock COLD MEDAL Th world's standard rimed? for Vldnty, Hvtr, bbddtr and uric sold troublts. Holland's national rtroody since 1196. All druggists, tart slits. Oummi Imk fC Ik tumm CU MJI Jt4 miM m ImlWllva ! chickens; Two farm wagons; Two sets of Harness and plow gear; Three cutting harrows; Three Cultivators; One Corn Planter; One Roller; One Wheat Drill; One Good Binder; Two Mowing Machines; One Hay Rake; Four Turning Plows; One Wheat Fan; One Corn Sheller; One Buggy and Harness; One Road Cart; 100 Barrels of corn; Ten Tons of Baled Hay, and some fine seed corn. TERMS LIBERAL AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. News Print Hogs. When you rend the mammoth Sunday edition of some large city daily paper, do you ever pause to think that the size of that edition is one of the leading factor in the shortage of news print paper? It Is quite so. The publishers of many of these big city dailies aro greedy hogs. They know that it is extremely difficult for Uie country press to secure sufficient print paper with which to put out their limited weekly editions. They know that If the A. W. Kavanaugh CAPT. AM. BOURNE, Auctioneer. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb 26, 1920 Two forma are being distributed person must determine for himself whether his net Income for 1010 for personal returns. Forms 1040-figured according to tho Revenue is Intended for use by n person whose law, was sufficient In amount to re- net Income docs not exceed $5,000. A larger form, 1010, Is intended for quire a return. If he Is single, n return Is requir- each person having a net income in Some Specific Informaed If his net income for 10111 was excess of $5,000. Hoth of these Renders. $1,000 or ovef. A widow or widow.j forms are now obtainable nt Internal tion cr is classeil as a. single person. A Itevcnue officet nnd nt some bnnlu I, Not A Mallar To B man or woman living apart from his nr.d pott offices. Income T wife or husband is also classed as n! It h urged hy the InternaMteven-li- e Trlfl.d With Or NtgUtUd. single person. iluri.HU that taxpayers obtain If he was married ami living with' their blanks nt once. Fnllurc to Income Tax aenson The Federal opened last vrrrk, with the distribu- his wife on December HI, a return is have n lilhtik form nt hand for an return will not relieve tion of the forms for personal re- required If his net income for 1010 eleventh-houturns from the offices of Collector ':was fiOOO or over. In his ,net In-- . n person of penalty for failure to lit mll.t !( I comply with the law. llm of Internal Revenue Ehvooil Hamwife nnd minor children, if nny. Knch form contains instructions ilton. If a tax is due on his Income, he for preparing and filing the return. From now until the hell rings on the night of March Kith, the annual must make payment with his return. This form should be carefully read returns covering Income from 1010 This payment may be made in whole and strictly observed. s or in part of the tax due. will be figured out ami filed hy At least There is also provided n "work and residents, together with one quarter of the tax must accom- sheet", which should be used for pany the return making the original computations, payment of tax due. The tiling and paying must be done and which should be retained nnd The burden' of fulfilling this is laid by law squarely on tho before midnight of March 15, or he preserved by the taxpayer. Any person who Is in doubt on shouldeni of those who arc Ameri- I Is classed ns n delinquent nnd Is sub- can citixens or residents. Kvery jcci io severe pcnniiic. points nlfccting his particular case should bring such matters to the atCLUBS tention of tho nearest Deputy Collector or Itevcnue Agent, who will SEES OLD LIBRARY render every necessary aid without SOUND chnrge. Doctors, Lawyers, Ro-tariaWhen the return Is completed it should be properly executed and im- BASIS FOR CHURCH mediately filed. Any Internal-Rev-cnu- e officer will administer the nectreaspublic essary oath without chnrge. Intcrchurch World Movement Cen-turi- es It Is pointed out thnt accurncy In Natural of Growth Of Tendency compiling the return is absolutely To Eliminate Waste necessary. Mere guesses and Tranas to income nnd deductions should be avoided, nnd nctunl fncts AVOIDS USELESS COMPETITION sylvania. nnd nmountx should be set forth. And this is equally important in conKY., Feb. 12. LKXINOTO.V, Religious Financiering Revolutlo'ifd sidering the question of whether a Treasures of the library of Transyl-vanl- a By Success Of Men And Millions return is required. College, the oldest cducnttonnl Movement And institution west of the Allegheny Is Result Colfin manufacturers, apparently, Mountains, were displayed to the have slipped n cog. They failed to public on Lincoln's birthday for the rnise their prices with the advent of The Interchurch World Movement first time in mnny years. wood alcohol booze. of North America Is an attempt by Rare nnd valuable volumes printforwardlooklna lenders or the various ed by master craftsmen in the sixOur daintiest little maid says she evangelical has one grave criticism to pass upon ed 8tates denominations of tho Unit- teenth, seventeenth nnd eighteenth nnd Canada to coordinate centuries, nnd mnny documents and the year 1910. There was too much till resources In men. mntirr unit mud. manuscripts relating to pioneer Ken sameness to the figures of the year. I rlsl for Protestant America. tucky history were shown. The oldHistorically It Is the logical of a tendency of the national est book shown wns printed in 1544, boards In each denomination to form but there nrc n number whose title working alliances anionic themselves, P.gcs show they were published Inter In which each board shall preservn Its in the same century, nnd numerous Identity nnd control Its own personnel Vellum-bounvolumes of the "clns-sickand treasury. printed in the seventeenth nnd In former times, the home mission society, the forelcn mission mwletv eighteenth centuries. The medical library of tho eollcgo the church extension society end thet is said by scholars to be In mnny resnary agencies of nny denomination pects the most vnluablo in the world, Cnndlirted their fifTnlr ln.lnnrn,lr.nt!T! ns it includes volumes for which the of rne another Knch surveyed Its book shops anil private libraries of rwn restricted territory, prepared n Kuropc have been searched without budget of money nnd workers for Its result, nnd is rapidly becoming a cenown purpo-.eand made Its own ter for medical research since the to Its constituency for support. nnd cataThis could only mean thnt these books were loged recently. nKcnelr were more or less In wit one another; that then Documents bearing the signature were waste nnd duplication cf work of Henry Clay, Ilafinesque, Michaux, and money, nnd thnt amnnit them nil nnd other scientists, ns wclf as of the some work was neglected nnd some denominational rourcts were entire- founders of the College , among ly overlooked necnuse of their spe- whom were Robert Todd, Horace Hoi-Ic- y and others equally ns prominent cialised tralnlnir, the leaders of each ssency reca riled themselves ns pent' in the beginnings of Kentucky, also llarly fitted for their tasks, nnd were exhibited. Many of these are regarded attempt nt outsldo ns legible ns the day they were writInterference. ten, some of them previous to 1800. Decide On Experiment Lexington societies of all profesdec-triAfter nf mri, imiiiu&kl u I ..nt....i sions hnvc endorsed the movement to methods, the leaden nf nn ilonnmin..1 y lion decided on nn experiment They house this vnluablo library in n firethought It would bn possible for the' proof building. aumcleH to Ret together for a com mon study of all the opportunities nnd Income resources of their brotherhood, to I "Cash payments of Income taxes mako out a unified budget of men and money, and to conduct a concerted ap-- : should not be sent by mail", says HKGINN'ING AT i A. M. LASTING ALL DAY. peal for funds. It was mado clear' Collector of Internal Revenue Elwood that each constituent board should Hamilton. THE FAMOUS "SPRING HILL" STOCK FARM OF 263 ACRES BELONGING TO JAMES I HAMILTON IS LOCAT-EI preserve complete autonomy, "Cash sent by mail is nlways at the MILLS FROM THAT GOOD TOWN OF DANVILLE, (ONE OF THE LEADING IN DOYLE COUNTY ONLY When the board representatives met ' owner's risk of loss; and if lost or they found It possible to eliminate a' stolen the sender may find himself CENTERS OF THE SOUTH,) ON THE DANVILLE-STANFO- RD PIKE. Kreat amount of organization ex facing penalties for failure to pay Magnificent two story brick residence of 12 rooms; two bath rooms, completely equipped penses. They ultimately worked outi his THE IMPROVEMENTS tax on time. with water system, light plant, basement under entire house; heated with furnace; a residence you could not duplicate today I a budget and plan of campaign that) "A taxpayer will find it more pracwaa satisfactory to all. This for 5.10,000.00. An $8,000.00 stock barn, with water and lights therein ; also one smaller stock barn ; two tenant houses: stock In the famous "Men nnd resulted tical to purchase a Tost Office money Million scales; blacksmith shop; dairy barn; hard roadway from pike to residence, beautiful approach. This is one of the best farms Movement" of tho Disciples of Christ order, or draw a check for tho Fine tobacco, hemp, corn nnd wheat land. All of this farm , which brousht In what was then con amount of the tax, payable to 'Colin Uoylc county. An ideal homo antl no better dirt anywhere. sidored tho staggerlnc aum of is. lector of Internal Revenue, Louisin grass except about 50 acres. Never failing water all over the place and splendid fencing. About 30 acres of wheat already 300,000 for n program. Th ville, Ky.' sown. Tobacco bed also sown nnd ready for you. Possession day of sale if you desire it. It is ready for you and your members of the communion were sc "Tho first payment, due on or bepleased with family. You will be proud to call this magnificent estate HOMK. Look it over before day of sale. It will be sold just after of conductingthis buslness-llk- themethod fore March 15, should be attached affairs that rnn exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. Col. Bolivar Bond on the block. lunch. Terms trlhuted even more generously tharj securely to the completed return, nnd forwarded or delivered to my office nau oeen expected. On this farm and on the above date beginning at 9 A. M. and lasting all day J. A. ROBINSON who has recently disThe success of thla enterprise rcvo at the Custom House, Louisville, Ky. 1100 acres of land and has to give possession right away will sell for the "High Dollar" all of his personalty posed of over lutlonlzed the wholo business ot Tho first payment must cover either consisting of farming implements, machinery, live stock, etc. This will be the biggest personalty sale ever held in this part of church financiering-- . Tho other great the entire tax shown or at least of the tax due. the state. His holdings will cover 8 or 10 acres of land. The sale will begin promptly at I) A. M. MARCH 3rd and last all denominations Immediately adoptee ' pun. day and Cols. I. M. Dunn nnd John B. Dinwiddie will be on tho block. The following is only a partial list of the many things uio havo ine denominational assocla I "Early payments nnd early filing tlons corao to bo known as "for ward movements," and somo thirty oil of returns is urged, in order that an ho will sell. on tho final date, March them aro In exlstenco today. Kach on over-loanas ciaritled all the Information In re 15th, may bo avoided." latlon to enterprise within tho denoml Mr. Hoover, nt least, is entitled to nation, nnd hns reduced the buslncsi 1 sorghum planter. 1 spring tooth harrow. 4 Deering binders. one form of distinction. Ho admits of collection nnd spending money to 1 thnt ho is not a candidate for pres1 potato planter. science. ii Johnson corn binders. G cutting harrows. t ident Formed L 15 Blizzard silo filler nnd 8 cultivators. 1 hay baler. The Interchurch World Movoment li 75 feet pipe. simply a plan to do Interdenomlnatlon .'1 rollers. 1 two horse weeder. nlly what the forward 1 cultipacker. movement! 1 Whirlwind silo filler. 2 mowing machines. have done within tho various com1 eightrow'corn 5 good two horse wagons. busker. munions. It means that every denomi1 bull rake. 1 hemp machine. national budget will be made In th two horse spring wagon. II sulkcy rakes. light of world needs Instead of In thi G hay frames. 1 Skinner hemp brake motor 2 Deering hay tedders. of Incompleto Informs 1 extra wagon beds. power. tlon. It means that contributions te 1 Ohio hay loader. Do not allow tho 1 new 27.X-1one denomination will not be In waste' Boss Sepnrator. poisons of undigested 1 riding plows. 1 blue grass stripper. ful competition with contributions te food to cccumuUte in One 10 Advance stenn engine. 1 manure spreader. 1 Oliver walking plows. nnother, became all tho fellowship your bowels, where they 2 water wagons nnd cook wagare absorbed into your will havo worked out their program 'A wheat drills. 2 hill side plows. INCOME TAX SEASON LEXINGTON 5 BUSINESS ns, For cstl-mat- and General Inspect ures other At r citl-sen- obll-gall- Famous "Spring' Hill" Farm of 263 Acres Belonging to JAMES I. HAMILTON and all the Farming ImplementsLive Stock, Etc., of J. A. ROBINSON mi Men m 3, D nil ni d s" s ap-pr- com-elje- n Jeal-ousl- y Wednesday, March 3rd, Tax Payments. I five-ye- o one-four- th d FARMING IMPLEMENTS. World-Budge- 1- Keep one horse seeder. 1 New clover and hump seeder 2 corn planters. 2 one horse corn planters. 1 .1 sub-so- il plows. 8 double shovel plows. 5 1 ons for same. together. e cultivators. section harrows. one-hors- set blacksmith tools complete in every particular. And worlds of other things too numerous to mention. 1 LIVE STOCK. 8 head extra good work mulct. 20 head of Herford cows beginning to calf now and most 16 head extra good two year mulei will be told in pair. of them registered or snbjcct to register. Four Jacks and one Jennett. 12 head of good young dairy cows to be fresh in March and 5 head brood mares, 3 of theie registered in A. S. H. B. Ass'n. April. 3 two year old horse colts from above mentioned mares. A lot of extra nico young hogs. 40 head of 000 pound feeding cattle. One No. 12 DeLaval Cream Separator, good as new. IS head of 600 pound yearling cattle. One 1917, Six Studebaker Automobile. 10 extra yearling white faced heifers. One enclosed carriage and three sets buggy harness. 125 stock ewes sold in bunches of 25. '100 barrels corn and lots of feed stuff. One buggy, one brake cart all kinds of harness and gear used on farm and a world of other things. The above is not one-haof what will be offered for sale. Lunch Served. Don't fail to attend this sale. It will last all day. There will be three auctioneers and terms liberal, announced sale day. Remember the day and hour, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd, at 9 A. M. Be on hands promptly. For full particulars see, write or phone, lf JAMES I. HAMILTON, LANCASTER, KY. J. A. ROBINSON, DANVILLE, KY. of creed or doctrine. Inch constituent unit prescrvrs complete autonomy, and, Is bound only so fnr na It wishes to bound. Financial appeals are mad'! by each denomination to Its own con ' stltuency. Any surplus In undeslgnat cd funds, over and above the actua.' cost of administration, will bo promt I ed among the denominations engaged ' In a given financial undertaking, I An Illustration of ana thin, II,.' Movement can do Is to bo found In i western community of 1,600 person) In which thirteen denominations hav Men supporting separate churchct with missionary funds, while an adj cent territory of BO.000 persons hai only three, churches, ny seeing that aL' missionary boards are supplied wltt Information In such cases, the Move ment will make possible a wiser dls trlbutlon of Hinds. Its first goals are to reduce unneces ary duplication and overlapping t a minimum and to bring about an la telllgeet dlrliloa of labor la uaoccts of the Interchurch World Movement nrw threefold. First, It collects, by menns of world surveys, nil tho pertinent facta on which do nomlnatlonal programs may be built . .. ii ci up mo practical ma ehlnery of cooperation. Third. It acti ... I In An nilvlantnr I advlco Is requested. Th Movement Jias nothing to dc' with organic church union or matter I The functions system. Indigestion, constipation, headache, bad blood, and numerous ether troubles arc bound Keep your to loliow. system clean, as thousands ol ethers do, by taking an occulnnal dose ol the old, reliable, vegetable, family liver medicine. Thedford's Black-DraosM b' Mrs. W. F. Pickle, ot Rising Fuivn.Ga., i "We have used 'llicd-lord- 's wi-.esblack-Draught My mother-in-lacould not take calcmctaa it teemed too strong lor her, so she used as a mild laxative and liver regulator We use it In tho family and believe II Is the best medicine (or the liver Bade," Try It. Insist oh the Bcnulue Tbtdford's. a pack age. vr mack-Draught a family medicine. as ... fc-- 75 9M Mid. The Central Record, Lancaster,, Ky. Thursday, Feb 26 1920. if 3F1B. BF1E ho called the cabinet together In Our Bill Never Kills We We We We The dismissal of Mr. Lansing Crl.it owing to Rrducrd Rn- has given the public much food ua and Incrvatrd Espaniat. for thought and it is doing Increases the Yield. (Unlontown Telegram.) much thinking. It is not u matter of party in nny sense of More than forty Mayors nnd of the word. It is one of country. number of the City Attorneysclass LET US BOOK YOUR ORDER NOW. cities of the fourth and fifth There should be no recur- met at the Tyler hotel In Louisville rence of the present regrettable Mnndny, Feb. "J, and formed n per Our bill will not kill- -It situation for lack of means of manent organization for the pur We Have Fertilizer Also For determining the exact condi- pose of promoting the Interests of is always modest. fourth nnd fifth dnss cities, of Ken tion of the executive. officers were Permanent Congress should define dis- tucky. as follows: W. S. Withers, CORN, OAT AND WHEAT LAND. elected ability at once, and provide for Cvnthinna. president: W. W. Van the orderly and legal conduct Dcrcn.Cvnthiana. sccrct.iry: leon of governmental alTairs during llothehild, Shelbyville. treasurer such temporary disability as An Executive Committee of live a wn uiu i a av a xauaft. itq i i Xy are T named. The JU is would not warrant the vice A.ns Ilalslcy. Ludlow;members Spalding, V. U president in assuming the func- Unlontown; O. T.George, May Held; 3 I1C DG K tions of the oiricc. It should E. II. January. Paris; C. U Tnrtar, also define what constitutes the Somerset. This committee is to meet twice a year on the first Mon life The Central Record They enjoy the tinsel of ncc removal of disability. day of February and July nnd often nrul endure the privations Yesr. St.SO cr unon call of the president. The l..u.d Weakly. essary in order to satisfy their AS OTHERS SEE US. Legislative Commitee l composed Payabta in Advanca. J I. Hamilton, vanity. of the following members; Dennis JOIN THE $5.00 CLUB L, (i Davidson, A stranger judges this town Dundon, Paris; G. U Drury. Mor The ne of sanity is disap J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Henry Moore, mainly by its appearance. ganlleld; W. J. Kern. Sturgis; I). A R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. pearing. V. A. Uar, And Save A Life. is clean, sanitary and in Sucks. Eminence, and John liurrick If it W. S. Emtry. That of frivolity is here. viting, he carries the good mnn. Shelbyville. V. L .SpalcKng. W. M. Lear, Entered at the Post Office in LanDo not pass this nppcnl by without .Modern nay luxury ta con was made chairman of Unlontown. Mail s caster, Ky., as A. S. Price. f Armenia blessing. In reality word afar. Hut if it is dingy, the publicity committee nnd instruct responding, for In sidered a MatUi. 11. Klnnotrd, Mr. it is more of a curse, because and ill kept, he carries the bad ed to select the members of that and Syria, women and children arc W. J. dying dally for the want of bread, A. Farnau, record to even greater committee. we do not realize when econ Are we, as American citizens go J. It. Moorman, Laacasltr, Kr.. Ftbiaary 26. 1920 One of the first things the organ! omy ends and extravagance Itev. F. I). Pulmcter, has undertaken Is to nik for ing to lend a deaf ear to the appeals We should have a reputation zation Hev. C. D. Strother, begins. of these poor unfortunntes when wc second to none superior t legislation that will g.tvc to cities have been so bountifully blessed. Member Kentucky Press Assoclotlon Rev. It. S. Hudson, of the fourth nnd fifth clnsscs an and TOO MANY MILLIONAIRES, many but we will have only equitable divllion of the county S. C. Denny, Just think! A little effort will 11,1,1 wh,C, W0 MirYtf Ollt by OU J. M. Duncan, Eighth District Publishers League. read and bridge fund for the build save a woman or child, if you cannot shnnrmnllv Tnn n..mW nf Mrs. Mattlr Duncan, own efforts. ing and maintenance of strecU in afford to Join the Club yourself, talk Mis Jennie Duncan. to the Rate For Political Annouacamant. rich men being created in this Let's all pitch in and mnk said cities. Dennis Dundon, Paris; what aperson who can. make them see Arch Waller, wonderful chance there is to For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 country is a matter of grave this the cleanest nnd I.uciun Drury, Morganfield, nnd the bright Mrs. Arch Walker, 10.00 concern For County Offices to, promote do something that will stand to his sent est ami1ame most progressive werepassageto ofFrankfort thnt will credit throughout eternity. W. 11. llurtnn, For State and District Offices.. 15.00 a measure the The accumulation of such Money cnn not be taken to the year in our history. 10 F. II. Jlurksbury, For Calls, per lino pro give to certain cities their jutt great fortunes in a short space .10 For Cards, per line Spring is the time to begin portion of county funds. As it grave but there is a chance to make it A. T. Scott, of time would indicate the em A. I). Joseph, For all publications in the Internow stnnds the cities pay the major pay In the (Jreat lleyond. Join now. ployment of dishonest meth F. S. Hughes. A. D. Joseph. Chairman. est of individuals or expresportion of the county taxes und Clay Sutton, The following are members of the ods. Certainly the practices THE HIGH AND THE LOW get nothing from that fund for city sion of individual views, per 10 resorted to by these $5.00 Club. line The high cost of clothing. J. W. ELMOHE, Treas, men in purposes. John Tribble, .05 . 'ibituarics, per line A. D. Joseph, Sect'y. In Union county Morganfield, their scramble for gold are not The high cost of shoes. W. T. King. Unlontown nnd Sturgis pay more The high cost of living. in accordance with the pre Mrs. T. J. Price. Card Of Thanks. FOR CONGRESS. The high cost of paper stock than one fourth of the, road nnd cepts of the golden rule Mr. V. S. Carrier, bridge tax nnd get not a rent of We thank our many friends and We are authorized to announce The high cost of ink. Mrs. V. S. Carrier. Wholesale dishonesty in bus the road nnd bridge fund. What is neighbors for their RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, high cost of help. linrnstcr Masonic Lodge No. 101, sad bereavement In kindness in our The true fn Union county is likewise true a candidate for the Democratic nomi- iness brings reproach upon the the lots of our J. S. Haseldrn, and in practically all of the other counwife and mother. Mav the l.r.l nation for Congress in this, the fair name of America, and sup H. V Uastin. bless them for their kindness. The LOW cost of this paper, ties of the state the cities pay the U. F. Hudson, Eighth Concessional District of plies the ground work for fu taxea and the county gets the money. John F Marsee nnd children. Kentucky. State Primary Election, turc discontent and possible Think it over. Members of the recently formed' Saturday, August 7, 1020. revolution. It means disaster nnd above named organization be One promise kept after mar lieve this is unfnlr und unjust und in years to come. TOO MUCH LUXURY. iso country can survive m nage is better than a dozen will seek to get back the money American people are suf- these days when the majority made before the event they pay to the county for city fering from a peculiar disease of the wealth is in the hands of Seeking will a an insatiable craving for the a few. Free advice as a rule is small feature legislation work beth.s Revolution becomes of the of luxuries of life. the court of last resort. This worth about what it costs. organization. Collective buying ' Time was when if we had a great country itself is the out will come in for consideration. good home, plenty to cat, anil growth of rebellion against For instance, next spring these cities will wnnt to oil their streets, to wear, and means of recrea- repression. Montgomery. Instead of euch city going out alone tion and enjoyment, we were The sudden death of Mr. Alice iwo minion is tioiiars in the market to buy nil and thus Moore Montgomery, wife of Mr. contented and happy. enough for any man to own pay exorbitant prices all the ru.ts But not now. If he can not live on that Hamilton Montgomery, which occurr wanting oil will join nnd buy to j The more we get the more amount there is something rati ed at the home of her parents, Mr, Ki'mur in kv"v liuaniuy mm in tins and Mrs. Henry A. Moore, at their way get far better prices and ser we want, and the more we ically wrong with him. hom on Crub Orchard street, Tues things of a help, vice. .Many want the more feverish our efCongress would do well to day night came us u distinct shock to ful character other be sought and nc will get it. forts to her friends and relatives. nlace a limit unon the hIzi. of couiplislieil m the time and occasions We never have enough are tho fnHnm. ...... tl, l.w.nmn f . unv vor'. "M"" ot "tr pass-...- present themselves. m.l ,. ,1 ...VU.IIV. Ul never satisfied. At the mseting grout interest was every resident of the United four She just t!4 If our neighbor has n car, btatos, whether that resident years weokandold. memberwan the Chris shown. It was the unanimous report old n of from fourth and fifth class cities we long for one just a little bet- be citizen or alien. tinn church. She was married to Mr, that each of them is facing n crisis. I mt ter. ine spicntiitt work oi our .Montgomery about two years ago The passing John Ilarleycom nnd If Jones has a house of beau forofathers should not be jeo ami lived until moving to Lancaster the revenue of formerly produced i he ty, Smith wants one of gran pardised to the greed of the near Mrymitsvillu. und the law exempting Intungible Fuinnil somcss will be conducted property and manufacturing ma deur and magnificaucc. ' financial octopus. ssssK itt the heme this afternoon, after chinery from taxation for municipal; If Mrs. Smith is at the head which intoraiMnt will take place in the purposes, have worked a hnrdshlp in of the social whirl, Mrs. Jones WANTEDA DKFINITION. Ijineaater cemetery. u llnnncial way on small cities tlm is not satisfied until she has The resignation of Secretary hard to meet and overcome. The Casey. supplanted her. revenue has been reduced and the1 of State Lansing, under circum u one man is termed our stances which are sensational The Danth Angol visited the homo expenses or operating greatly In- leading citizen, a dozen others to Hay the least, simply empha- - OI r an" Mn' Jl'Me CMoy on reased, therefore tho situation is serious und something must be n vill aspire to the honor. sizes the necessity for imrned- - f rolll Tj ltrlini , ssil lane. I Aii abundance of the necess late action by congress in de- - Lt.lUe Tax payers of the county should overley. She wa. only two ities of life is not enough. We lining 111 110 uncertain tormsJ Months old un-- ' was found dead in be reasonable und Jutt. must have the luxuries, both what shall constitute the d is- - M'ed, having died suddenly. The They should be willing for the for our own pleasure and to ability of the president, either u,ar i'aronU cnn Lu comforted for cities to have nt Icait u Just proper- UNGE-ETEA- M i ins .urn nas sain. i lessen are mo tion of tho county road and bridge outshine other people. And Inmiuimni - . ,,,,...., ....... ., , IIIV tMlUil vu uuu, fund und when they understand the minium. , ... fn '4ir in iivuiv IUI tlio list of life's luxuries is so IIIU tuilIHRUUUIl lirOVIllCS Ilciir Vfttli. Ovnrlnv hn.l with Ituation us it is they will favor the1 long and so varied that no man yuu uie vice president shall as-- 1 them only a short while but she was proposition. ' COPPER FUSED METAL LINED. or woman has over been known SUmo executive authority llur-- 1 loved by everyono.. Shu loaves to The old tlm antagonism of thu ,nourn "cr 0M a mother, father, two county against the town and tho, to reach the cud. Ing the disability of a presi- A Range of Quality, Heavy Durable and FineMillions of people forgo dent, but it docs not define dis iBicra uuu uuu uruin-- r, anil wie sym- town against the county is almost u, pathy of the community Is extended thing of the past. Country folks ly Finished. many of the necessities of life ability. and city folks havo learned that them In their bereavement. in order to bask in the limeCall at our store and see this wonderful Range The president, according to Her dear little body was tenderly their interests are mutual. light of luxury. They are lav- his own statement, feels that laid to rest in tho Gunn'o Chapel ish in adorning their persons Mr. Lansing unlawfully usurp burying ground, Sound cvr corn for sale in wugotti May the Lord bits them and let load lots. ; and their surroundings at the ed presidential authority. them meet her In a better world Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. i expense of their stomachs. Mr. Lansing retaliates that uao.e. A friend. do high grade PLUMBING. do it PROMPTLY. do it EFFICIENTLY. do it as you want it DONE. "I of grave import might be con sidered at n time when cabinet Division Of Road Fund. members were denied all access to the president by his For Municipal Purposai fUllevIni Tlia DUIiton Would U. Fair medical attendants. The welfnre of the govern And Juit mcnt is paramount to the in Uercsts, ambitions or desires of PERMANENT ORGANIZATION any individual member thereOF MAYORS FORMED MONDAY of, whether that member be the president or some lesser Fourth and Fifth Class CitUs Fac order that pressing matters CITIES ASK V. C. FERTILIZER IS THE BEST FOR TOBACCO LAND AND BEDS. It Improves the Quality, Matures It Earlier Conn A- -t irv ri ft & Brothers. ivc cm LL Second-Clas- far-of- . " I . a a - 1 hG H.y 4B!H "T , I T We I J I I HASELDEN BROS. 25-2- t. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Feb 26, 1920 TO OUR PATRONS-- WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. POST-OFFIC- Mr. John M. Fnrrn made a business trip to (.oultvllle this week. E C. fowls nnd son Chester, were hero for a few day this week. Mr. Mary J. Coley, of Richmond, It Mm. It is satisfactory to tho obfar visiting relatives in foncaster this Op.nlnf Gun of Kentucky Campaign ject. nt ALL KINDS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS JUST IN. A lot of Buggy and Team Harnett, Saddles and Strap Goodt, week. To lie Fired At tlanquet March Rest In peace, brother If you can Range and Oil Stovet at clote prices. Come in and get your1 Mr. John llrown, the live insur IBlh. find it anywhere on this earth. Wc of the five hundred dollars we are giving to our patro.it. nnre man, was in our city n few day thare Homer S. Cummings, chnirman of can't. We are trimming our Prices and not our cuttomert. A few Inst week. the Democratic National Committee, Some people arc always endenvor-inhundred rods of wire fence and barb wire on hand. Miss Mnmio Stnrmes Dunn spent United Glass, g DEMOCRATS Call State Rally to Hear Cummin gs. Cracks at Creation. There I one sure method of ing money. Don't spend it. Popular opinion Is sav- 1 Classified Column RATESi Single insertions word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ndt In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. popular only so lea J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. Mr. J. K. Stnrmes is spending the week In I'lisvillr. Mim Mary Arnold hns gone to St. Louis, Mo., where she will be hend saleslady in n large millinery estab- Gossip About People vnv A lishment. Drll Mnloi of Ui Comings lid Gotnji by ThoM W Art kttruud In. Mr. John A. Conn attended the burinl of his niece, Mrs. I'ornhonttu McKamcy, at Wlltnore Ky, Saturday Feb, 21st. Mis Gladys Frisbie has rctumd from n delightful visit to MUs Mar-gitrHughes nnd Mrs. It. K. Hughes in Mrs. I.lltlr Ml" Marie tick Int. Halley It on the Mii Kill) I Walter hat from n vUlt to Lexington. 11 returned Mr. Clay Kaulfmnn, of Covington, weekt ttay, is nt home for Pocahontas McKamey died nt the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mr. nil Mr. J. K. Stormcs have Mrs. W. II. Conn, nt Wllmore Ky., February lit, 19S0. been recent visiters in Danville Mrs. Carroll Ilnlley of .Stanford, Mm. II. V. llastin is improving h been visiting her daughter, Mrs nicely after n two week lllni. K. I'rewBtt llrown nnd Mr. Ilrowa Mr. W. K. Mom and daughter of on Danville street. Danville, were visiter here Thum-daMr. ami Mm. Arthur Joseph, of Somerset, motored over Sunday for Mr. and Mr. D. Gulley have re- n few days visit with his mother, Mm. turned from n few day tiny in Cin- Elizabeth Joseph. cinnati. Mm. W. A. Fnrnau, Mr. Frank H. Mr. John Shackelford nml two chil- Marksbury, Mm. Joe Walker, Minos dren, Clay nnd Mary, have returned Jane and Mary Doty were visitors in to Richmond. Danville Friday. y. Miss Kathleen Walter of l.e,xing-tet the jrucst of Mime Mame nnd n, Rthyl Walter. Mr. K. I'rescott Hrown entertained Mr. N'oUnd and Mr. Dave Thomas i Tuesday evening at an elegant Mr. Eugene Austin, n student at St. Mary's College, is ut home on ac Mrs. J. F. lloltxelaw is one of the count of illness. latest tlu victims at her home on Lex ington street. It is hoped her illness Mist Hlla Mae Bourn as the at- will pass lightly and quickly. tractive guct Sunday of Mm. I). W. MIm Margaret Morrow, teacher in Dunn at Danville. the School for the Deaf in Columbus, Mr. George F. Kstc left Saturday Ohio, has been visiting her parents, Kmma Goldhahn at to visit Mi Mr. and Mm. K. W. Morrow. Philadelphia, 1'cnn. Miss Susie V. Conn and brother. Mr. Jack Cacy who has been with Charles and Jen", have returned from hrr husband in Indianapolis, Intl., a visit to their Mrs. has returned borne. Susie Tuggle at llnrbourville, Ky. Mr. O. U. Terrill of Richland Vn., Misses Maude (!. and Minnie Conn U with her mother, Mrs. Jack Aduma of llichmond Normal, spent Saturday who has been very ill. grand-mothe- j'clock dinner, night and Sunday with their parents, Mim Virginia Conn of lsxington Mr. and Mm. J. G. Conn and family. has been visiting her brothers John Miss Mnry Owsley, student nt A. nnd James C. Conn. Transylvania University, Lexington, Mr. T. K. Watson, of Kly't has has been spending n few days in Lanbeen (pending a few days in I.ancas-te-r, caster with her mother. Mm. llnlllu Pun Lip. greeting old friend. Miss Mry Dunn, Mm. U. L May Mim Johnetta Farm, who attend school nt Nazareth, spent tho week- and Mr. Frank Robinson, of Dan ville, have been recent guests of their end with hr wrent here. uncle, Mr. George Robinson nnd Mm. Mr. Claude G. Conn accompanied Ilobinson. his sisteni, Misses Maude nnd Minnie Mrs. I. Heller, of New York City, Conn, t Kirhmond Monday. antl Mrs. I l Wolfsobii, of Colum Mrs. Joe Robinson, Mrs. George I). bus, Ohio, have been cuests of their Misses Josephine Rainoy, Ida Mae Robinson and Mm. It. I. Klkin were sister, Mm. Elizabeth Joseph, und rVinderr, Margaret Hull and Mr. Cecil Mr. Fox. father, visitors in Danville recently. Sanders were the guests of Misses Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Walter, of Mnry Kdith nnd Fannie Leo Walker 111 Mr. II. C. lUHoy who hns been of pneumonia, is "Cutting nlong nicely Oklahoma, have been guest of their Sunday afternoon at their now home hor numerous friends will be glad to neices. Misses Mame nnd Ethyl Wal on llichmond street. At three o'clock ter. It 1ms been twenty yearn since ti delightful lunch was served nnd the know. Mr. Walter made n visit here. remainder of the afternoon wns spent playing games in which nil were in Meut. ami Mrs. J. M. Staughton, of The Woman' Chili met Thursday tcrestcd nnd lad n lovely time. Camp Gtirilttn, Georgia, nr uxpostod afternoon nt their rooms on Lexing for a visit t Mr. II. A. II. MnrU-kirMm. W. P. Millard invite. I a few ton avenue. There was a very good attendance nnd a most interesting friends in Wednesday afternoon to Mrs. Fred Nc4)ibrs, Mr. nnd Mrs. program rendered. .Mrs. Ed Gaines meet Mm. Robert K. Turley, Jr., of It. I: lluittas ami Miss Margaret was the lender assisted by Mm. W. II Alliance, Ohio, who is with Mm. It. K. Turley on the campus. Kruh guest Ilugl.n of IuUvillo, motored over lltirton. brought her sewing nnd the hour ami with l.micater for the Tktt Woman's Club will meet this were very informally and pleasantb relatives. afternoon nt 3 o'clock instead of -.- 111) passed. Included in the number were. It will be an nftcrnuot Mm. Robert TurK. Mia Klizabvth Mr Pkssee Htililniun, of Stnnford, o'clock. spent Fnu.lay with Mr. Gaylo Doty, with James Whitromb lliley and will Turley, Mrs. G. W. Goodloc, Mm. Joe ybo tins been quite ill. Tho many be most interesting. Let nil mem-bo- I'. Chenault, Mm. Murray Smith, Mm bu present and enjoy the pro- K. C. frmn l of Gayle arc glad to know-hStockton, Mm. Robert llurunta. gram. bus recovered from his illness. Jr., and Mm. Anna Mac Walker. A delicious salad course was served Mm. Dan Walker left this week to . Join Mr. Walker in Louisiana, where he is in business with his cousin, Mr. Wnlker llurnslde, formerly of Rich(!) mond. Mm. James Walker accom panied her on the trip.. ..Major and Mm. R. K. Turley will leave Satur day for n visit to the latter' parents. A BARGAIN Dun-riJl- nnd probnhly Carter Lexington, the guest States Senator from Virginia, and formerly Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. II. Clay Arnold was over from will open the Democratic campaign Midway last week nnd was warmly in Kentucky nt a banquet at the Seel bnch in Louisville March 1 8, nt which received by his friends. plates will be lnid for more than 000, Mm. Smiley Hill is spending a few the Democratic Kxccutive Committee days with her parents, Mr. nnd Mm. announced Tuesday night. Mnnford, in Frankfort. Kvery Democratic editor in the of the State, Democratic member Hon. Henry Jackson and Hon. C. .egislnturc, Democratic C. Ilngby, of Danville were here on throughout the State, nnd '2K0 reprelegal business this week. sentative Democrat will be invited Mr. George llrown of Hill Court to the banquet. Cummings In Keynote Speech. wns In Mnysville nnd Lexington on Chairman Cummings, who hns giv business the first of the week. en assurance that he will attend, will Mm. Porter II. Hopkins hns resum- mnke the keynote speech of the ed her classes nt the Graded School issues national and define after n week nbiencc from illness. nround which the coming congregMiss Charlotte Pottitt, of London. ational and senntorint enmpnign in :he spent the week end with Mr. nnd Mm. State wdl revolve. Senator Glass Ims not definitely a- -Wesley II. Diekcrson, on Maple Ave. copied the Invitation to attend toe Mr. F. S. Hugh left today for banquet, but hat promised to do ! Louisville on Ihimiic nml Incident- if he can arrsnsto the date. His speech ally to take in the Automobile Show. if be is prent, will follow that of Chairman Cummings, Misses Mary Davis and Christine Finns for opening the State cam Sanders, spent the week end with the h paign were announced nt The homcfolks, returning to their school .Monday night, following n dinin foxington last Tuesday. ner given by I', II. Callahan to memMm. Jack Adams is much improved bers of the State Central and Kxccufrom her recent illness. The many tive Committees and invited guests. Lditors To Be Entertained. friends of this good lady nre glad to Through Harry Sommem, editor of know of her ndvmee toward recovthe Ktizalethtown News, who will ery. have charge of Democratic publicity Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Henry, of Lex in Kentucky for the campaign, it also ington enme over Friday, Mrs. Henry was announced that the Democratic remaining for n visit to her mother. editors of the State, of whom there Mm. J. C. Itobinsen, on Richmond nre more than 100, will be entertnln-r- d strtet nt a dinner nt The Seelbnch at 1 o'clock Mreli 18, by the Stntc CenThe many friends Jiere and else tral Committee. where will bo glad to tenrn that Mm. At another meeting of the State S. II. Henry, who has been quite ill Committees, to be held the nfternoon nt her home on Crab Orchard street. of March 1H. time nnd place for holdIs recovering, and will soon be hering the Democratic Stntc Convention self ngnin. will be decided t rid announced. The convention, it was said Mon Mr. George Smith, Sr., hns been indisposed for some weeks. Mr. Smith day night, will be held in LouisvilL. has the boon of nil lovers of rending but the date hns not been determined. To Announce Slate Committee. days pass pleas- in that nis shut-u- t One of the incidents of the banquet nntly, and all who drop in for n call at The Scelbach will be announcefind him ready for cheerful chat. ment of appointment of the State AdMm. Mnry Holmes I.usk Freeman, ministrative Committee, which will be of Ilnltimore, n cousin of our towns- named nt counsel with the State Cenman, the Hon. H. C. KnulTmnn, and tral and Kxccutive Committees and nt one time well known in Ijincastor, advice, in the shaping of party poliis one of a committee of five appointcies. ed from her State by the Department This committee will be compoied of J in t leu to devise moans for reduc- of twenty-tw- o members, who, it is ing the high cost of living in Mary- hoped, will represent every section of land. the Stnte and every element in the Mm. I'enrl House, wife of Mr. party. Judge Charles A. Hardin, Cleveland House, nged 2.1 yearn, died chairman of the State Thursday night after a short attnek Committees, of influenza, which was followed by Central and Kxccutive pneumonia. Mr. and Mm. House re- was designnted chairman of a com sided near town on the Stanford mlttee of five which will have charge pike. They came to Iloyle from Gar- of arrangements for the banquet and rard county and the remain will lx other meetings to be held March 18. e taken to ljincastcr for burial. Buena Advocate. the week end of friends. In otflce-holdcenm-imittn Seel-bac- to enlarge their circle of acquaintances. The borrowing is easier, you know. .utdaetuoot xxxxxxHTOtitcmoaemxH Ilenuty, they say, is only skin deep. Hut that, we imagine, depends upon FOUND: A 1920 auto license. whether or not it is of the drug store Apply nt this office. variety. For Sole: Some baled timothy s An exchange overs that hoy. J. W. Sweeney. Is monopof the conceit in the world olized by men under 40. How old CASH: For old wool carpets, nre you? soiled Ilrusscl Rugs. Phone 397. Miss Fannie Hlshop. General Pershing appears to bo holding out fairly well. He gets an FOR SALK: One registered Poinch or two in the news dispatches land China Sow. Weight about 275 occasionally. S. I). Cochran. pounds Daily press dispatches indicatu that FOR SALK A good team of meat prices nre to take a permanent tumble. Ilullyl Get behind and home mules ready for work, J. II. Woods, Manse, Ky. give 'em a h I of shove. nine-tenthf) wk FOR SALK: Some extra nice balWe insist, however, that there is no comparison between the prevail- ed Timothy hay. J. W. Klmore. ing price inflations and automobile tires. Tho latter sometimes blow up. A good pair of FOR SALK: If the average American girl knew draft marcs, 5 and years old. Good Dr. Printus Walker. the number of microbes In n single workers. kiss, she'd order u coffin, shut her FOR SALK: Good farm of 60 eyes, nnd take one Inst delicious acres, well improved and will grow plunge. tobacco. J. II. Woods, Manic Ky. If the former crown prince gets WANTED i Old carpets, Clothshort of ensh he might secure n bookmoney, to mnkc you ing in the American movies. It ing and a little a new valuable rug. takes all sorts of people to mnkc up - 22-7Miss Fannfe llishop. a reel. WANTED : Man with experienco Some people are veritable geniuios to raise about 8 acres of tobacco and in making life disagreeable for others, about 25 acres of corn. nnd they tind the pastime so plensing, 2- - 20-2John T. Hicks. they never think of tnking a reef in their sails. LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN dog. Wearis Rlack ami White setter The good book tells us that it my name. Renot well for man to be alone. Hut ing collar bearing Sam M. Denny. it would take a mouth, full to con- ward. vince some of the henpecked gentry of this fact. LOST: Between Estcs stable and Fellow came to town one day this Cole Hicks', a Hucnn Vista saddlo week and emitted dire predictions of having- - one wooden stirup and one an approaching panic. It broke Iron. Reasonable reward if brought when he returned home and his wife to Estes' Stable. met him nt the door. Poor devil. STRAYED From my place, FriNo, don't nsk u to think of tho day 13th, yellow tow, weight about dnys when stenk was 15 cents a 175 pounds. Reward. Mock Turner, pound and egg 10 cents a dozen. Marksbury, Ky. There nre limits to the memory of tf. even n newspaper editor. FOR SALE: Dandy ThoroughAn exchange sagely remark that bred Poland China Boar. nearly every divorce results in two J. W. West. Paint Lick, R. 2. or more mnrriogea." Quite inter esting, indeed. Possibly one of the Forty black face FOR SALK: couple annexes a couple of new ones. ewes, beginning to lamb and tome Aberdeen-Angu- s bulls Candidates for office should take registered Hnrry Frye, warning nnd sec thnt they arc prop- nnd heifers. Hubble, Ky. erly manicured before attempting to shake hnndt with our locnl populaFOR SALE. tion. We nre just a bit fastidiom in Qne Hi 'ion Republic Truck, these parts. thoroughly rebuilt. 'our When you are weary'. nni' Ton U. S. Truck, nearly One spirits urc drooping, nnd you wnnt to new. laugh, enjoy n good Will sell either of the above reasCall, Just think of the agony of mind of onable. our distinguished crop of presidential Henry Moore or O. R. Carpenter. School News. nspirilnnts. The suspense must sim- t. nt Gnrrard Mill. Drof. James R. Aimer, who is the ply be h 1. president of the Garrard County There is, at least, one noticcablo Wisdom is an invulnerable safe- elfoct of the war. America is quite Federation, nttemleil n Teacher meeting in Lexington, May 9th, for guard nt all times except in the pres- safe for plutocracy. the purpo; of organising a State ence of a pretty girl. It's comforting to know that ar-- i It appear, incidentally, that the Delegates Totichers' Federation. allies are still indulging in their fav- hitration is coming into style, nnd from only nine countios were pre' disquieting to know thnt style never out, but the federation was organized orite pastime of trying the kaiser huts, on paper. and the follong persons were elect eil otf leers: Prof. C. D. Lewis of Ilerea Col lege President. Lee Klrkimtriok. Supt Fans Cty Vice President. Schools Everett Cobb, President Owen Co Teiichcrs' Federation Vice Prei-den- t. 1. t. lt-p- d. Vista 2C-2- , -- Lancaster Floor Kills Incorporated. Makers of the Celebrated and Popular ! e FOE SALE AT STOCK OF Mr. nnd Mrs, J. W. F.lmorc in Lan caster. Richmond Register. General Merchandise BEST LOCATION IN TOWN. COY S. SANDERS, 11 Sound car corn for sale in wagon load lots. I , 25-2- L Hudson, Hughes nnd Fnrnau If lha party who took th rug off the horsa In front of tha TaUphona Warehouse, Fab. Hth, will Uava same at llta Racord offics, th.ra will ba no questions askad, olharwisa It will b lurnad ovsr to Ilia Brand jury rs... P M -- ... I i ,' Lancaster, Kentucky. Mm. Mary Dawson, of Versailles Secretary' and Treasurer. A committee on Constitution ami was appointed by President C I). Lewis, and the Federation elected President Lewis, Supt. W. J. Ciiplingrr, and Prof. D. W. Humtlcet of Ikirboumvllle ut a committee on School Legislation and tent them to Frankfort to atk the Legislature to enact Into law the various bills of tho educational program now before the two houses of tho Legislature, Klltabeth King was ubsent from school last week on account of ill lies but It present this week. George It ttill absent from school on account of Illness. Several children in the primary room have been absent on account of the cold weather. Mr. and Mm. Abner and Mrs, Lou King were visitor in Ilurgln Saturday and Sunday. Louisa Morford hat entered the Third Grade here. Thursday and Friday were devoted to examination for monthly lly-la- WHITE SWAN ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAKE NO OTHER. FLOUR We do exchanging in wheat and corn. Our MILL FEED tests 16 per cent Protein. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE President, C. L. ZANONE Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. I he Gmitral Kecord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 26, 1920 WOMEN TOBACCO USERS INCREASE 74 ONE OVERLAND MODEL 86.-19- 17 SIX CYLINDER Seven Passenger Touring Car In firt class shape and running condition, Would trndo for UonJstcr, with self starter nml new battery. If you are in the Market for a alight!)-- used car this is n bargain, If taken at once. l'honc or call on Effect Similar To That on Immature Youths, Board of Temper-ance Says. MOTHERS DRUG Clayton B. Turner at Haselden Bros., Hardware Store, Lancaster, Ky. aElbw 'c"jy INFANTS. REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION. In obedience to n 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 o the Republicans of Garrard County has been called for on Satunipy, viva-voce. February 284 At ONE O'CLOCK, IN THE COURT HOUSE at Lancaster, for the purpose of selecting Delegates to the State Convention to be held in Louisville on MARCH 3. The form of voting will be And at the same time and place and in the same manner, Delegates to the District Convention will be selected to represent Garrard Countv at the District Convention to be held at Danville on MARCH 2nd, 1920. At the same time and place a new County Committee will be selected consisting of one member from each precinct for a term of four years. The Republicans of each precinct arc urged to be pres ent as the committeemen will be selected by the members of each precinct separate and apart from the mass convention and separate and apart from each other. If you arc a Republican be on hand. WASIUNaTON'. Incrcnse In the use of tobacco by women during the part year is appalling, according to n statement issued Inst week by the Hoard of Temperance, Prohibition and Morals of the .Methodist Kplseo-a- l Church. "A phnsc of present day feminism," the statement says, "demands every privilege for women that man claims for himself. Concerning the justice of tins demand, there can be no question. Concerning its expedience, much ran be said. "The more sedentary life of women tends to an excess in the use of tobacco and produces more Sertoli results thnn is caused by, its use among men. The nervous consUlu-tioof a woman has been comparod to that of an iidolcent boy. The affect of tobacco upon them is similar to its elToct on immature youths. Cffcst On Mother. "The most serious factor, ltew ctcr. is the innate physical dUTroci helm-emen ami wo.nen. invotviasj a (UtVrt'nce in rweponitwhtU, a tHf-- j ference in duties and prmltyx. Tine t : i . a habit whH ewntmetml must ! at ufied at alt times. "The woman, at regular periods, Sfco suiter nerrous disturbance. mart bear children for nine mwiUsk. during which the undeveloped cMU is drugged by tehacco in the blood of a smoking mother. She nurses her child, if possible, for many months, and If the mother usos tobacco it is present in distinct quantities in the n Give Me a Friendly, Natural Hand-shakpie e an' a friendly natural tobacco. Keep yo' put-o- n tobaccos for tho fellow airs an' "sauced-up- " that likes nut sundaes better than home made So says a friend of ours nnmed Velvot Joe. And he just about hits the nail on the head. I Velvet is made for men who think there's no smoke like real tobacco.' If you re that sort of man, listen: Velvet was born in old Kentucky, where more than one good thing comes from. It was raised as carefully as any othei Kentucky thoroughbred. But the real secret of Velvet's friendly qualities is its slow natural ageing in wooden hogsheads. Ageing in the wood milk. never hurt any tiling and least of all, tobacco. And so wo say, Velvet is good tobacco nothing more or less. It runs second to none. Tho picture of tho pipe on the tin needn't cigarette keep you from rolling a with Velvet jim-dandy Henry Moore Chairman Republican County Committee, "At tho climnctric the woman is nervously unstrung, sometimes to the point of insanity. If she user tobac co at this time hero health is serious ly handicapped. For Country'. Welfare. No nation can maintain the vigor which has been characteristic of tin- American people after its women begin the use of cignrcttcs. "There has been a grent deal of pretended alarm over the possibility of tobacco prohibition. This should not blind any one to the necessity of making an earnest appeal to women to refrain from use of tobacco in the name of the country's welfare, no matter what strict justice may de clare their right and privilege to be." DOBBIN DIES OUT Now we just knew that beading would catch your eye, if you have one for sale. Yes, you can sell it. It is as easy for you to attract the attention of a buyer as it was for us to get your eye. Get into our want ad columns. It only costs a few cents, and everybody reads them. . For Sale 1 HAS A BEFORE AUTOS Census Shows Decrease In Number of Horses In America Within Year. WASHINGTON". Proof conclu sive that Dobbin is fast dying out and that with the increased "popula tion" of automobiles, the population of horses is being gradually dimin ished is offered in a report of n sur- ey of livestock on the farms and ranges of the United States January 1, given out last week by the llureau of Crop Kstimates. On that date there were 21,10U,000 horses in the United States, 373,000, or 1.7 per cent less than on Jnnuaryl, last year. Mules, however, incensed 11,000 head or 8 per ont during the year. Milch cow increased about 272,000 head, or I." per cent; calves, steers. bulls and cows not milch cows 700.000 head, or 1.0 per cent heep decreased '.'51.000 head, or I.& per head, and swine decreased 1.075,-00- 0 heud, or 2.2 per cent. The estimated number of animals on forms and ranges the Orst of the year were 2l.10U.000 horses; 4.035.-00- 0 mules. 23,717,000 milch cows. 44.3t5,000 other cuttle, 48,015,000 heep and 72,000,000 hogs The total f ull iinimuls is -- ,080,000,000 head, or 1.2 per cent less thun a year ago. The total value of all farm animals January 1 was about J8, 501, 000, 000, which Is a shrinkage of 2GC,00O,O0O r3 cent compared with a year ago, Mule and nulch cows, which increased in numbers, ulso increased in value the head, but all other class 's of nntmnts decreased In value, the licai1 as well as In total numbers, Not 16 cents or 17 cent But 15 cent MbHP HYiYflK 'b m b1bbbHbI BBBBBuiMBBBBBBBBBBK (BBBBBBBbI Alwl SU -- the Cost of New Armies Will be Half a Billion. Washington The adoption of the universal military training policy nronosed in tho senate bill would cost 130,000.000 yearly Heprcsenta- tlve Kulm, Hcpublican, California, chairman of the house mllitury Com mittee, said recently in n statement urging such action "us an insurance agulnst war" and to correct "mis leading statements." "All told." he sold, "the cost of the military establishment including tho cost of training and maintaining the regular army would be about five hundred million. We were In war about nineteen months at a cost to bilthe United States of thirty-thre- e lion. This country paid for utter uupreparedness at an approximate rate of 11,700,000 monthly during friendly tobacco , People who have cows, pigs, or thing else for sale can easily and quickly find a buyer through a 25c or 50c classified ad. any- the continuation of the war. "It Senate late Thursday with only tw would taku about two hundred years dwaenting votes, those of Senator to expend the amount required for Carter and Gardner, Democrats. I i . Many people right in this community want things right now, but do not know Let them know where to find them. what you have for sale through the columns of pr the universal training of youth to the This measure requires counties M . total of the amount of the nineteen i...... it i i . rjr .. oiooi iax oi. not .less than months of war cost us. Surely it cents on the SI00, nor more than would be criminal folly tu neglect cent. At present the maximum the lessonsjaught us by the war." CO cents, and no minimum is proW't Antle's School Bill Goes Through. S.nt. Endons Has Civ. ed. ECZEMA Wlluall fill la The Central Record. Ooa'l krroai diKoursfrU t (mm crtbtf UrliueaM fUJ. Hunt'iSaJnbMtilMVhi Ihw ilU of MKh) caac. You cut ! m oar Manajr Try li at ma rtek NMIV BACK quKlloallltunt'tSUIt tb tlttnl of fe na, Trtttr. HinfwKxm, tub. tc. i! Plan To MaU Coua. Uattar Support. Cj'f 5TORMES DRUG STORE. boards of education and erintendenU, probably the most Important of all the eleven measures included in the admlnlMtmtlnr.'. ..... Krom of school legislation, passed the PRAKKt'OKT, KY. The Antle bill relating to the election of county The bill creates n nonpartisan county board of education, modeled along the lines of the plan now i'i operation. In Louisville. The countv superintendent will be elected b. this board, Instead of the people, oi. I teachers will bo elected only upon the recommmendatlon of this superintendent. The main feature of the bill Is the requirement thot counties must levy a tax of not less, than 25 cents. At present, few of the counties levy a uix oi that much. The Contrai Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb 26, 1920 Influenza Weakens The Blood. Ilraaka Your Vitality Laavat You llrlptesa Wlirn Kspoird to Otlirr Crrmi 0 "A new note we've struck it" Chester field Don't buy a new BATTERY unless you need one. First consult a BATTERY SPEC-IALIST. THESE ARK DANGEROUS I'rpto.Mangan, If you nre DAYS If in Doulit About Ynur Illood Take l'moui Rnl NO "sharps," no "Ants," but my! Chesterfields "Sathfyl" A delightful selection of fmo Turky ish and Domestic tohnccm, blended in an entirely now and exclusive way. The blend i based on our private formula the outcome of many yor of experiment. And the finrnl rosuit has justified the time und money iMir Cw'rtainl), Chesterfield!; spcnl. Jo -- satisfy." Ibit don't tulie our nrd for it. Smoke a Chesterfield today und find out for yourself. The special, moirturypronf package keeps Chesterfields firm and fresh, hurtnti-niousl- Illood HuiMar We carry BATTERIES for any and all makes of cars. Our BATTERY equipment and workmanship is unexcelled. WE RECHARGE, REBUILD AND REPAIR ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES. Let Us Serve You. reeavsring from a .right with tin-- Flu', it will bo works lirfnre ywi're really wit f danger our hWml has exhausted it strength- - it i in no oamtltiott tr. ttiht oir nthur diswmui Krm it iii.i Ik-- oxptasaM to. That i why doctor advise staying nnjr from crowd n Jut ' long a patblt". Von ciui help your btaod got troitgth-lt- a stability to it otT I'opta-MHMgu- lnrk Cur lit Paint Lick Garage I'AINT LICK. KY, 9 i ilinnsi" Ity taking thnt splendid tonic Tin' famous lilood builder will supply tho iron nnd other properties youi blood IhcIw and holp you rc-- ! our old time vicar and nthui i JalHBHPIMk iaW Ml mrn m t Cot In- - I'opto-.Miwga- n 1 W. 0. Funeral OllWe l'h..- SSIGilEY. Emhalmcr. r !'I HfMilt-i- rut; stare in ither liiiiil or Ulilct farm. Mnko your own rhuHrc n Ut Ikfutil or tablet. They are exactly tin tmmv in modi-- . Tka) which ever you n.il alur lmil nt Mtty tly. 3aSaAr4sBflKk It may lT"'fr l'i iTii . Hut he r iv i urr Manga. the (feiiUir.e for "liudt'-'- ' ur that th nma ii ( ' ' you iraH Aak Director and IS Kiir Advert larment l ' Publish The Returns. cif . Thi 3 Lancaster, - Kentucky. l' i. . i; may b a rrul nnd hcurl' to uanct. but wo woul 1 aaariiiilliiii BBSSSSSSff aSBBBBBBBBBBBi aSSSSSS--SSB"- -r I . 1Ba XiU IV I - V v . Ut paMimtWn by rouatira r ti. .imr tax rvtunu in th v hav a ahrvM'd ii. Mti) of taur rotund !'. lh KOVorMfflt-li- t u'. I mti- auawinoti tl.it (tluUKraU urc iixikinK a royal ummk wbn it lomt s to makioK a J t return on tluir mromi-a- . Carrying albn aMilfe for less than a Cent Freight rates have played a very smull part In the rising cost of living. Other causes the waste of war, under-production, Iimsmueh h tbo fact are kept aocret taj- tho tax Htniak, o have no mi'Btn of kmnvintf uliuthor tho inulli nrh arc miikini; falao ri'turns or not. CvrtHinly vory few of u Itelirve tlmt they are making true they did. and correct oniw. If I ncle Hum wouldn't he able to ltoue the money. It 'a ttn oujy matter for n rich man to employ lawyer to find way of bentinK the government, and it is generally upcctcd that many of them do it. N'o, c don't wish to be considered cruel to iinimuU, hut we just would like mightily to nee certain return. We opine they would be ecoml in interest only to the Bible. This is it good town. Tell it to others. - MARKSBUKY Mr Lue Shears is very' ill of 'hi. Mrs. It. S. Clark was hostess to a few friends at n good dinner Sunday Mr. Newt (losney is erecting a dwelling on a part of the home tract-M- r. Hyle Isom is spending scvernl days at his old home in Letcher coun- ty. Mrs. Courtney Roberts who was called to Indianapolis three weeks ago on account of the illness of her sister Mrs. Hutchison is expected home this week. Messrs Melvin nnd George Shears who have been down with flu are recovering. Other victims are Misses Virgie Clark and Dean Hunter and Master John l'rewitt. Mr. Center, while returning from Somerset where he had been on bus iness, the mule he was riding became frightened and threw him to the ground, injuring his back. MARSEE. Mrs. Kathcrine North Marsee passed to her Kternal Homo on last Wednesday evening. Her death has boon momentarily expected for several months and nt times she suffered greatly. For several yeora she had sutrerod with Hrights Disease, but hail only been confined to her bed about twelve months. Had she lived until March t Ith, she would Imve been sixty years of age. She Is survived by her husband and six Oregon, nnd (.rant, Jim, and George children '.William and Henjnmin of Marsec and Mrs. V. L. Sanders of the county. Mr. Mnrsec wns a kind. Christian woman and loved by all who knew her. Funeral services were held at the home by Heverend Skaggs, nt one o'clock, then she was laid to rest in the cemetery under n mound of beautiful (lowers. M'Jch sympathy is extended the bereaved ones in their hour of sorrow. May the Lord bless them in their sad-nOne by one our Father gathers, Choicest (lowers rich and rare, Ami transplant them in His garden, There to bloom for ever more. MT. H HURON The inllucnzu is raging in this lo- All the talk is tobacco now and everybody is getting ready to raise another crop. Mr. Hobart Ford leaves this week for Nicholasvillo where he will work for Mr. Odus Dlakeman. Mr. Tom Smith had the misfortune to lose a valuable horse by getting him overheated and resulting in pneumonia, Mr. Spillnr Lane's children arc all about well with the exception of one boy who has pneumonia and is not doing so well. Mr. Chode Wilder and H. C. Hublc nre delivering about 8,000 lbs of tobacco. The tobacco in this part of the county is about all gone. Mr. Mcnegcr has moved to the house vacated by Mr. William Smnl-leand Mr. Smalloy moved to a house of Mr. Henry Smith. lege spent tho week end with relatives nt Ducnn Vista. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Morcland nnd Mr. Collivcr Dawes were in Danville credit inflation have added dollars to the cost of the necessities of life, while freight charges have added only cenfs. cality. Mr. It. A. Duncan continues on the sick lint. Horn to Mr. und Mrs. Hunter Hay a baby girl on the 17th. Mr. I). 11. Montgomery's family are quite sick nt this writing. y Mr. A. S. Dean sold to K. C. n cow price $ 116. Mr. and Mrs. Ilayhurn are rejoicing out the arrival of it baby girl. Mr. (5. V. Thumpiton nold to Mrs. .Salliu Hughes the plnce he recently Mont-gonier- "ONLY ONE THING BREAKS MY GOLDI The average charge for hauling a ton of freight a mile is less than a cent. A suit of clothing that sold for $30 before the war was carried 2,265 miles by rail from Chicago to Los Angeles for 16& cents. "That's Dr. King' cold-break- er New Dii covery for fifty years a bat suitnlned Now the freight chargo is 22 cents und the suit sells for $50. The coat c4 purchased ut Uaurne for Jfi.'tOO. Little Miss Mildred Denn is spending several days with her cousins, Dean nvur ltryunts-Mile- . Kdnn and (lern-vMr. II. It. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dean, Mesdamos II. L ThomMon and J. II. Dean were in Heron, Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Harrison Denn nnd children were with her futher, Mr. H. A. Duncan near Lock 8 Saturday rVtllftl tlllil ilrttMIKItlril' tliroat-toarln- finality effect I venos can urniiso ucli ontliuslnHiii. Noth ing nut ure relief from stulitiorn old NOTHING lb lull has inctaaaad 30 dolltr: Ttia lialshl on ll ha incraaaad only 51 ran fa. Olhar transportation chargaa MiUt into tha coat of tha ftnUW artlcta carrying lha wool to tha mllli and the cloth to tha lailora- - but that othaf cbaigat aisoual to but law cants nioca. coulii couclm, und nuvu mailt lr. King a Jfew DlMcorery the uutloimlly popular uml standard remedy It Is today. Fifty years old nnd nlirays reliable. Good for the wlmle family. A bottlo In tho metllcino cabinet incuna a cliort-livecold or cough. tiUo. und 510. (livu It u trial. Alt tlnn-gist- twals unaui aliati.-- d Regular Bowels Is Health lUnrcls that movo Hpasmndlcnlly froo one day nnd Ktuhliorn the next fthould l healthfully regulated by Dr KIiik'h New l.'fo t'illK. In thin way you keep the Impurities of wustu unit tor from circulating through tho hjh tout by cleutiatug tli bowolH thoroughly uml prumutiutf th prver (low ol bile. Mild, comfortable, yet always rcllft' v... it?., mil.. I.... lif Ivim,' with pivcUloti wltlumt tlut rttiiatlpmitui rst.lltM lif litlsaltt tlllPI'il Vitaf "'u si tpmiw lit llHIII.H SitfVa druggist. usuul ut ull i.a V 1 The $10 pair of shoes that used to sell for $5 goes from the New England factory to the Floridn dealer for a freight chnrgo of 5 cents only one cent more than the pre-wrate. ar of n cent pays only two-thira pound freight from Chicago to New York. ds Bef American freight rates ore the low est in the world. j night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Montgomery, nnd daughter. Miss Mabel, are at Ilereit at the bedside of their daughter, Miss Hutli, who is veiy ill with pneumonia, following measles and tlu. The people o( this locality have been very enthusiastic the past week over the prospect of having a consolidated school located near Mt. HeThrough the faithful work of bron. our chairman, Mr. It. L. Harker, a proposition has been made Sunny-sidlluurno nnd Locust (irove Districts, to which most of the people linve generously responded. e, She is blooming, sweetly blooming, Mid the fuirest llowur of light. In the garden of sweet Kden, Where the (lowers never blight. We on earth no more shall see her, Hut the Angels nre her guide, And vu know- - that she is ever, BItYANTSyiLLE Mr. John Noe has been quite ill. Mr. G. A. Howling was in Lexing ton Wednesday on business. Near the blessed Savior's side. May In Tuesday shopping. Mr. C. W. Coulter and son Haydcn of Ilossymoyne Ohio are the guests of Mrs. Ethyl Herkcle. Mr. It. K. Swopc of Aberdeen, Miss is spending several days with friends nnd relatives here. Miss Jane Bowling of K. C. W. spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Howling. Mcsdames W. K. Davis, Floyd Curtis, Edd Perkins, J. A. Trumbo were in Danville shopping Friday. Mr. J. Hogan Uallnrd attended tho banquet of the Hoard of Trade at Lancaster Inst Friday evening. Miss Lillian Watts has returned homo after spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Sam Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsec Jr, and Mrs. Joel Marsee were the guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James Durham. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McQucrry are receiving congratulations on the arrival of n little baby boy at their home. .Miss Eliza Ison Is expected to lcav6 in a few days for Somerset where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Top Christopher. The ninny friends of Mrs. J. W. Hryant are glad to hear she is getting along nicely and is expected to return home in u few- - days. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Elder and Mr. nnd Mrs. It. M. Sparks of Nicholasvillo were the guests Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Uallard. Mr. W. G. Merrimun aged 09, died at his home Friday evening at 0:30, of a complication of diseases, after u lingering illness of several weeks. Service were conducted by the Hev. G. S, Connnt. Interment took place in the Dunville cemetery. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to the bereaved ones. The many friends here of Miss Christine Moss were surprised to hear the announcement of her wedding to Mr. Atwood Dillion both of Crab Orchard. Miss Moss is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Moss, formerly of this place. The wedding took place in Jellico Tenn. Her many friends here wish tliem a long und happy life. Master Fred llrooks Is Improving Qfxis Slssociation of Railway Gxecutives 7o4 Jttiriaf imjtrmatim nnnrmimf (JU rWiraW $itualitm my tUaU liUniun by wrilUf to 14 Jtttinliem of tUUtt KmtctUKU, SI UrouJiMy, Xtm York. advcrtiscment'is published by the bKnadwiwiiiJ bnniHUkn lltalmaala failail Hum'. a., itliavail kuaiaJa at 3.1. . .wit Iom ta.ta Vj U TttUf.kinfwurm.licbcic llkoul siMiuaa U Hum'. 5.1. . Uilalatkatrralowat ertocna. IX There to dwell forever, In that happy home above. after an uttuck of pneumonia. we hope some day to meet her, Mr. J. Hogan Dullard was in Dun- that lund of endless day, villu Wednesday for the sale of his tobacco. m ouicaaiuir hb.llMl.UMlllllw.li I ... .a. M u llMfklUH Mt lM l MMfWMIi OOftkDM 1 t fin Mntr i Uk TODAY. at aw tmtk ch'i M Ciio.nl,,, k al Wcall Hkalk. mi Ttr STORMES DRUG STORE. Mr. Sid Poor and children of Wil- more were guests last week of Miss BUENA VISTA Eliza Ison. Mr. V. F. Ilrlckey's family have all Miss Helen Hay spent last week been III with the tlu. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. X. It. Mr. Ike Sherrow's family are re- Hay at Uuckeye. covering from the flu. Mr. Homer Jennings of Ilerca Col AT tllVCCHTS, aa hi aw4 IT MASCS fAIH SAIL llHMi ft'r"' RIMUirCO.. U.latM. K,. HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 26, 1920 DISCOVERER OF . NORTH POLE On his sixth voyage, with the Pole he had to give up because both of hit feet became frozen. Al though he hnd reached the most northerly land In the world naming it Cape Morris K. 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DON'T FORGET THAT WE HAVE THE FAMOUS 1 I I i I Weber Wagons, I A STOCK. CAR LOAD NOW IN AL-SO AMERICAN WIRE FENCE. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. I Becker & Ballard CRYANTSVILLE, PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. CITIZFNS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER The way of the SAFE is g dollar. It it no gamble. It it fi sure thing. Follow the course of witdom and place lomo of your earning into safe keeping in the substantial banking system of this community. Get a book today. Get the saving habit with it. duty-doin- The SAFE Wy the way of the 1 J. J. Walker, Davidson, Cannier. V. 0. Mgney, AsiU Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Win. V. Miller, Teller. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. U. F. L. U. Hudson, President. fM of Greenland and had attained latitude 81.17, the northernmost record In the Western World, he was stitl BURIAL IN ARLINGTON. in great despair. He wrote in his diary: Hear Admiral Kobert E. Pcnry, "The game is off. My dream discoverer of the North Pole passed of sixteen years is ended. I awny at his home In Washington City hnve made the best fight I knew. of Inst Friday after a long illness I believe it was a good one. Hut pernicious rnemia. His body was I cannot accomplish the impost laid to rest In Arlington cemetery sible." last Tuesday with full naval and milHy the time Peary reached civilizaitary honors. tion, however, he had decided upon still another trip. With the specialSketch of lilt Car.ar ly designed ship Koosevclt Peary It was on the afternoon of , 1009, that the following drove further into the froien ocrnn few words reported to the civilised than navigator had ever been before. world for the first lime this crown, On foot he ndvanced until his record ing achievement of three centuries for thin seventh trip stood nt Hd.O, where starvation ami cold again of Effort: Indian Harbor, via Cape Ray, N checked the party. Starttd Final Trip at 52. F September 0 (To the Assocint cd Press, New lork). "Mars nnd The explorer was b' years old Strincs nnlled to the North Pole when in July 11)08, he set out on his Peary." eighth nnd successful invasion of the Peary's actual attainment of the polar region. Pole had been just Ave months be r Captain llartlctt, the veteran fore on April 6, 100'J. for Peary, shouted to Colonel came, the Koosevclt as the ship wan leaving its When this dispatch world wns, quite unknown to Peary, wharf at New York: "It's the Pole er already praising Dr. Frederick A. bust this time, Mr. President." Cook as the discoverer. Only foufl The method of attacking the Pole days previous to the Peary aft was in five detachment, pushing nounccmcnt. Cook, who was on his north in the manner of a telescope, way back to Copenhagen on board At the Eighty-eightparallel Peary a Danish steamer, hnd telegraphed parted with Captain ilartlett. In the claim that he reached the pole charge of the fourth detachment, and on April 21, 1108 nearly n year he with one member of hi crew ami ahead of Peary. four Eskimos made the tlnal dash. While Dr. Cook's claim did not They covered the 136 miles in live go unquestioned from the first, he dnys. had four days at least been widely Thirty Jiours from April fi to 7 acclaimed as the discoverer of the were spent at nnd nround the Pole a Pole. With Peary's message there great tract of frorrn sea none of arose one of the greatest contro- the land. which Dr. Cook reported. versies of all ages over the honor The weather was cloudles anil flaw, of actunl first discovery. There can less. The temperature ranged from be no one who has forgotten th 33 below to 12 below. Where open Penry diipute. asertions were places permitted soundings t),000 feet not seriously questioned but among of wire, which wns all that Peary had, newspaper readers there came to failed to touch the bottom. be two great camps, for nnd against Confrrit Voted Its Thank. Cook, When he got back to civilization Peary with his record of seven successful trips to the Arctic, his of. Prnry was surprised to find such a rngmg over him iicial standing in the United States fierce controversy Navy and in scientific circles, easi- and his rival. Doctor Cook, but he ly hold the commanding position in easily established his claim before throughout the world. the controversy. Hut it was only scientific bodies Hear after the scientific bodies one by He wns raised to the rank of Navy Admiral of the United States one had sifted the evidence and pronounced Cook's claims unfound- and retired on pay; Congress voted ed that Peary' title as discoverer him its thanks in a special act and gold medals, decorations nnd honors t?- - of the Pole was really won. upon The bitterness or this episode is of many kinds were showered him. only one item in the price which A scientific anil popular narrative I Peary paid for the immortal fame book now acknowledged to be his, of his success he wove into a that is culled "The North Pole", while his tie spent practically all he had in money, gave all that was in him other expeditions are described In de for hard work, and suffered all that tail in his "Northward Over the Great v the human frame could endure from Icn" and "Nearest the Pole." i. Peary's closing years were spent In hunger, cold nnd disappointment rest, living for a large lie mnde eight journeys into the Arctic, spent upwards of half u mil part of his time with his family of daughter and son on lion dollars nti.i several times he three wife, barely escaped the death which in Eagle Island, olf the roast from Port Peary was formerly various forms had been the fate of land, Me. Mrs. Washington, more than 700 explorers before him Josephine Diebitsch of 1888, The first step that led Peary to D. C, marrying the explorer in She frequently accompanied her huswnrd the Pole was taken in Wash ington one day when he wnlkcd in band on his northward journeys, nnd Aghnigh to a book store to bowse and pick on one of theso trips Marie ito Peary was born and bear the dis ed up a fugitive account of Green Inn 1. He became nn insatiable read Unction of having been born farther north than any other white child of er on the subject of the Arctic. He was then 30 years old. He the world. She is popularly known was born in Cresson, Pa., in 1KGG. as "the Snow llaby," His father died when he wn 3 years Opportunities are mnde; it Is sel old, and his mother took him to Port dum that tlioy just happen. The land, Me., where he spent his boy- mun or woman with a little sum of hood, roaming about Cusco Hay. money saved up can always take ad College, won He went to Howdoin vantage of an opportunity. Su- fame there as a runner and jump- pose you start your opportunity er, and stood in the honor column fund by getting a War Saving Stamp of scholarship. It was a tittle lat- from the bank or postoflice every er that he had gone to Washington week or every month this year. To (: to work as a draughtsman in the be a "regular success" one must be Const nnd Geodetic Survey offices. a regular saver. He spent hit spare time studying civil engineering nnd patted In that V Early Hospitals. Hospital nero foundi! In ery earl; ) branch into the naval service. Ho V. S. N. times In India, IVria nnd Arabia. bciame Lieutenant Peary, They were for thu uml part "upxirtcd Expedition Into Greenland. III by the kltigM, Thu Greek maintained His first assignment was to thu shelter house for the, sick, but the tr pics. He was a leader of the !ct IntitltiitliniM cif this kind In ancient for the Nicoraguan canal time were those of tbo Itoiuans, which route. It was when he returned to were iicIuhIIv niluweil. Washington that he fell upon the book about Greenland, and thereafter virtually consecrated himself to polar exploration. Aches and pains teem lo be the lot Obtaining leave from the naval of the ordinary mortal. However, these service, he led an expedition into bould be tsken simply ss nature's Greenland to determine the extent of warning signals that tome part oi the human machine it out of order. It Is a this mysterious 'land. He determined its insularity, discovered und nam-o- il mUtske to rciljn ooe's tell to physical torture wbca the cause csa be removed. many Arctic points which today are familiar names such ns Inde pendence llay, Melville Land and in one of his later voyages he distone up weak, Inactive, ilujflih kld covered the famous meteorites which acyi and belp rid the blood ol poltot). bom waste matter that causes tcbet and he brought back to civilization. One of them, weighing eighty tons, Is the palm fa arms sad left, backache, rheumatic palas, mutcltt, stiff of wonder of visitors to the Museum of iwoliea jolats, tore Natural History in New York. Ium B. Taraaua, AW Put. N. Jwriltsi Hetween voyages Peary restored "My lata causa bm a tat SmI liavtW fir ! Uak. lsiUaWa4r,slMaliatBlas to the lecture platform to raise aiafc state Swa la Is t4tUtn al air aisaasa. Om MlU l Falty tUit Pitt MUlly funds for further exploration. In raliavaa aa. Tha sain U'l mr WcL I racMBw one Instance he delivered IC8 lecturstani PUr KJSaar tills la mt It UatV es in ninety-si- x days, raising $13,000, McROBERTS DRUG STORE. cr nnvi-gatoh well-earne- Dies At His Home In Washington City. PAYS INTEREST OF 100 PER CENT Man Claims Relief Gained Thru Trutona Treatment Worth 100.00. Owensboro, Ky., Feb . 26th. "I only spent $1 for my tlrst bottle of Trutona but I wouldn't fake $100 for the relief that it gave me." This Is the statement of Mr. W. II. Horn-bake68 years old, of 1120 e Street. Mr. Hombaker Is assistant yard foreman In the Murphy Chair Co., and during his 30 years residence in this city had become very well known. "A rntnrrhal elTection of the head nnd bronchial tubes caused me much trouble," he said. "I was bothered with constipation and my kidneys were out of order. My bowels ilid not act for two or three days at a time. I was constantly nnnoyed with the dripping of mucus from my mouth. Often I became choked up and would cough until I vomited. "Well sir, Trutona has certainly improved my catarrhal condition. The mucus has become loosened and I can spit it out without suffering the terrible coughing spells. My r. Hreck-enridg- idneys are in better shape, too. ran walk all the way home without my back hurting me. There arc 200 men In our factory and I am daily recommending Trutona to some of them who need relief." Trutona is .now being Introduced nnd explained in at drug store. Advertisement Why, I PAINT LICK several Mr. W. C. Wynn spent days Inst week In Frankfort. Mr. K. U Elkin of the Uncnster Itccnrd, was here on business Friday. Mr. Kichard lackey of was a visitor here Thursday anil Sunday. Mr. Willie Hogcrs is the assistant clerk in It. If. I.cdford's store, most every evening. Messrs William Kalston and Morris in the Todil mnke frequent visits Hinttsville neighborhood. Mrs. J. T Thompson hnt returned from Ilcrea where she spent several days with her daughter, Mrs. W. 0. Haley. Mr. Hoy Estridge left Thursday for Detroit Michigan, to drive back a Studebaker Sedan for the Paint Lick Garage. and J. D. Wynn nnd attended the banquet Friday evening In Ijinenstrr, given by the Garrard Tobacco buyers. Messrs A. Morris Todd H, tmitlitmiKMURia Glen Lilly the FLOUR that competes with QUALITY at a fair I price made from selected Garrard County Wheat. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, wsimmsxot r ! KENTUCKY. P m I I I I I 1 latS'V BtaHV IIIBF I I If .... iiit mm .rr:m 'I rxMJlf if 1 i Sat I sattki aMW'M--P-- , - 1 Honest Wag on c j?e Farmers everywhere have rcaliioii and economy of using standard!? Uw i .., ;em . i- - sur-vejm- g Have Pains? Lighter runnlmj, rolief to teams n er low repair costs these are soma of M tages emphasized. A continually . demand for tho And auto-track vjv .v . , is t.'it resi.u. the wise farmer who appreciate: t.'.esa advantages will find satisfactory service in an OLD HICKORY. Dependable faith in construction Justifies unlimited and for general utility them umter nay csmNtlon. OLD H1CK0RYS yw can ctwit m ' HASELDEN BROS. AGENTS ! t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb 26. 1 920 9 ALL MINISTERS OF STATE j The Daily Visit Of The Herald Means To You And Your Family That you arc keeping nhruiuH of tlio times; that you arc keeping in touch with the period in which you arc living; that you arc protecting yourself against the handicap of not !cing informed. Tho daily newspaper is the great civilizer, the great educator; jxioplc may iivc far from the centers of the world's activities, and yet Ik; as well informed, and as much in touch with the world's progress, as those in a better favored locality, and all through the daily visit of a inutroiKilltnn newspaper. And how few people thcic are who realize the cxiwriditurc of brains, lulxir and wealth, that is necessary. I" order that your daily paper may Ik; possible; how few people have any conception of the nutnlwr of men, that are scattered all over . the civilized world, working at all hours, and under nil conditions, that you may have your daily newspajwr. Your two-ceinvestment brings you a wonderful return in a newspnitcr. No other line of business can begin lo compare with it; take up your today's newspaper and look it over. nt CALLED TO CONFERENCE Intrichurch World Movement Holds rcat (.'nthcring in Atlanta The First Part Of March. Tho conference will open with a vangellcal minister of this All fifteen mlnuto devotional exercise at J county have born Invited to Join pas- - o'clock or the first day. This will he tori of all the Protestant churches of( mny he Investigated by the mlnlstcrc Kentucky In n monitor conference! present. which It to he held In liulavllle March followed hjr an address on tho pur 1719 This Is the first time In the his-- ; poses and scope of tho Interchurch World Movement. Tho remainder ol tory of the Christian churches of the the afternoon will then bo devoted tc Midi n gathering lias eeen, stnte that the foreign survey, during which the held, ami a rent good to the churches actual facta ns (hey now exist In the hi to result from the meeting missionary fields of tho world will b together of denominational leaders placed bernre the delegates. Tho cvo from all the various churches. nlng session will he devoted to the The conference will he In session home aurvey, both In this state and In for three days, during this time overy the rest of America, available moment being taken up with The second days', session will open Intensive consideration of church at 9 o'clock In the morning with a do problems. Iwrth as they affect Georgia vntlonnl exercise. The proceedings ol and the entire Christian field through- tho day will be divided Into Intcrvnli out the world. It will meet at 2 o'clock of fifteen and forty flvo minutes fot of the first day. and remain in session the eonclderatlon of many Important with conferences mornlnr. afternoon subjects. First will come discussion! and evening, until the laic afternoon of rrllglous education, then hospitals of the third day. and homes and Industrial relations One of the most vital matters which Fifteen minutes will be given to the brought un for consideration literature of the movement and alsc will ! will be the results of the religious sur- a financial exhibit of the movement's vey if the stale, which will he present- affairs American education will br ed through the medium of graphic allotted a prominent place Alcharts, mapnd picture slides In the afternoon, the subjects will though tho survey wjll not he mm plot Include evangelism, the field program, -a til at that tlm there Ill larse financial organization and the educa of th state tlonal rroun. number of the ceuntl The evening will be ready for 'hllHlen. and the will to a general discission of the form the basis of consideration need for such a cooperative movement Th results of the surveys, are said as the Interchurch among the Protestn to le very startling In their revelation ant forces of America, especially throughout rural their relation to home nffalrs and of rhurrh weaknea dUtrlcts. and they will show many op- world conditions. portunities for concentrated action on The final day will deal with organthe part of the churches In this stnte ization nnd t'e findings of the various TIm' tnterrhurch World Movement, In commit which will havo been aptimV'ng Us surveys, simply discover. pointed for Investigation during lha the facts which elst. and thin refers course of the conference. the findings lo the churches of each One of tho most Important proceed coMBty and stale for whatever action lnga of the mcctKg will be tho smallei Is deemed necessary by the churehes conferences of ministers from each Pretrn' at the meeting will be some denomination during the course of the of the gte.it Christian leaders of the main conference There will bo time South am) of the nation Some of the provided for such meetings In order strongest men In the southern that tho denominations may determine churches will be In ntlcndana. n upon denominational policies and unl speakers Thero will also be one or form campaigns covering tho entire more of the directing heads of the state, and may tftko such action cooperating with other de Interchurch World Movement amonr the speakers to speak with authority nominational bodies as may seem ad on whatever feature of the mnvemmi lsable 4'xiM-ctt-- 000s CARDS. $eel M. S. DENTIST Office HATFIELD ovtr The Garrard Bank. Phones Office. 5. Residence 370. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Oppoiite Gilchcr Hotel. Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ulllci Over National Hank. Keiidenee I'trw 3. Olllce Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. the first paRe you will find Associated Press dispatches from New York, telling some news story that has lecn shot over the wire; Washington has a story of deep political import; Ixmdon, Paris, Madrid and Constantinople have cabled their stories of ICuropenn alTairs ; there is a local scoop that has had part of the stair up on its toes the greater part of the night. On H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kontuokv. Paint Lick. Then there is your state news; correspondents niv working all over Kentucky gathering the news thnt is Imund to be of interest to you, sending it over the ircs to The Herald, and today you may sit down and read nil this at less expense than you may mail a letter. Here is a dispatch from Hoston; here one from San Francisco; here one from .Montreal, and here another from San Antonio; from all oints of the world able news gatherers are keeping the wires hot that you may have the world's latest hnpiwnings. ' v Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Catlt Anttxrrrd Promptly Day or Night. Phone 317. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY i . - te arc daily kept informed ns to the fluctuations of the Stock Markets; you can find the daily quotations on all your products; grain, livestock, tobacco, oil; you have the market price on thuse and all other fluctuating commodities each morning of the year. You Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John N. M. McRoberts.'j PREWITT There arc ninny cartoons by the Iwst of artists; there arc daily stories by the Imst of authors; there are special features by those who are best capable of writing them; there nre'poc-rthat will live long in your memory. There is comutry and tragedy; there is poetry and prose; there is wit and wisdom; there is news from everywhere, about everything; there is something thnt appeals to you, your wife, your dnughter, your son. And beyond all this, there is a bureau of information connected with this paper that will gladly furnish you with any information you may desire. The daily newspaper is an absolute necessity in those days; with it you are euipKid lo tnke your place among the progressive ieop!e of the world: without it you might as woll le in darkest Africa. We naturally would suggest that you take Thu Herald. If you are not familiar with it. upon request we will gladly send you a copy. Wo would also suggest that in order to protect yourself against a imssiblc raise in rates for Ui coming year, that you give your order to your local agent now. If there is none in your town, send In the couikui Mow. L Auclioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Little Maids in the "Moon Door" Symbol of the Hope of New China ...ii.i eaw Lancaster. Ky.. JOHN WHITE R. F. D. No. 3 & K- CO. LOUISVILLE, I -, !Fl)HS Hiss asd Mt Sals Liberal ssscrtmtrt and full value paic THE LO UISVILLE HERALD Kentucky 's Greatest Newspaper DAILY HY MAIL In- The undersigned hereby give warn-'jito nil retsons not to tret paw upon tur lnndr for any purpose whatever is wo will proiecute all offenders to tho fullest extent of tho lnw. Hunter nnd tlstifrnicn especially take notice. K. I ElHn, Mrs. Corn Phillips. C POSTED Mrs. Enn..u It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hockley, Mr. Emma Hlcclnbotliam, To any postoffko In Kentucky diana nml Tennoscu. C .Mo. 1 War MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS 'GIVEN. EOIl TE1LM SHOWN. fjAME Address H. Knrlosrd Find Cheek For $5.00 3 $2.60 1 Mo. Mo. F. D. No State Term Here 1 Edd and N. B. Trice. S. C. Rlssby. D. M. Anderson. It. - Darker B. L. Kclley. ,J. C. KiEby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, I- I Thompson nnd Tracy 1 $1.40 50c Mail following coupon with remittance at oncn. Don't Ik without The Herald for a tingle (lay: I'o.toriicr Order Kxpreni Order Year. 3 Moi I ..... 6 Mo Mo......... The Louisville Herald 1 yr $5.00 ' The Central Record yr $ 1.50 1 Total WE WILL FURNISH YOU BOTH $6.50 PAPERS FOR ONE YEAR FOR 6. which means a saving to you of 50cts. Send your subscription to the office of CENTRAL RECORD Where She Caught It Mildred hml often been totit' th it he had hair nnd eyes Just Wce- -' Clntfng College, at Nanking, It Girls' School In Five Provlncea With Populaher mother's. One day she wns plnjr-In- s tion of 111,000,000 Interchurch World Movement to Aid Institution. on tho street when a lady sxikor.-nnd remnrkcl pleasantly: " hat The way to all things at Olnllns lies and the American College to Smith "Vet." preitv red hair you have." through the moon door. And through which maintain (.Inllng, Is modern. glibly answered Mildred. "I caught It tho moon door on tho way to wisdom lusa and repass, etery day. tho 70 One pushes ajar tho halves of a from mother." Chlnrso maidens of the "gunggwan. moon door, latticed over paper In The moon door at Olnllnn l round plum blossom and honeycomb design, as tho full moon, whence It has Its and enters n clunilcal laboratory set name. And the Chlnesn maiden, as up In a room with SO windows, each he steps over its high sill, may spread framed In dragon tracery. And from wldo her arms nnd still not touch Its the flagstones of tho laboratory floor often Is scraped fungi and mould for rim with tho tips of her fingers Sotnctlmrs across the court yard Is use under tho microscope-- , another moon door, and beyond It, like Theso are typical contruata of dina smaller concentric circle, still an- ting College, revealed thmiii.li .1... other, leadlnc on through that Chinese survey of the Chlneso field now being puxilo of a house, the "gung gwan" or inauu oy mo mtertiiurch World official resldcnco at Nanking. China, aiovenicat, wnicn seeks to promote the which Is now tho home of Glnllng Col loser reoperation of Protestant lege for Chinese gltlt one of the' murine oi .monca in attaining their j world alms threat women's college In all China The moon door Is hut a single . fea-Otnllng College, the survey shows, ... ... s - .11 . I For th Treatment o lure vi wic uiu 1'iaii-- . untu iiisiui- - mc is m mc iiean or live Chinese prov Tuberculosh high stonu walls that enclose It one Is Inces, with a total population of HQ. falntaIltd by the LouUvt. tost In n mate of roUrt ncd galleries 000.000 nnd Is the only woman' culcU.tcjtbie .v. and coveted passage ard Isolated In that great area. t!ic adttjuate treatment of rooms, hi all its itajrs ct hu . Ulnllntf owns 37 acres of land on Tho whoto Is China, old China and oil. IUts J15.C0 fer weak, nrw. The moon doors and tho archi- the hills bvsldo the Vangtxo river. In eluding board, mcJicsl attrtw. . tecture as a whole lend (ho dignity the Interchurch World Movement sun bunjrjr, etc. Mich fjrouad and the greatness of old China. Hut rey of China, there is a budget Item manJln;;citcniIetIcT. IVI the laboratories and dormitories, libra- of 1(00,000. It Is there to show (he ful luiioundlno Special itus... ries and studies made from the old churches of America how they can Int litMv.it II Miaei rooms of state and ceremony are mod- place upon that land oa the hill the kMitf r"IH. A ern; Just a the forco of America Is library, administration building, recibehind it all. represented hy the Ave tation buildings, chapel all that are missionary 'organisations needed for modern college. .American 1 i ' ' , ule r j Sanatoriajr tw,..-culo- -- 1 coi-leg- o Anti-Tub- t't - nrimi:u: The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Policy motored to Nicholasvllle last Fridoy. Mr. Jascper Sebastian of near Nina Mr. Milton Wnrd continues ill. pent Saturday night with Mr. and MIm Ilcssle Scott U the guest of Mrs. Wllbcrt Dollcy. Mr. iiml Mtt William Scott. Mr. Harmon Tenter of Jessamine Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttlc were wns with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ijtncnstcr frlcndi Monday. with Allen Tester Sunday. M(m Knnnle Vcrida spent the past Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tester were in week in Richmond with relatives. Jessamine County last week visiting Mr. Milton Ward wn n visitor Mr. ami Mrs. Harmon Teater. Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ynntls. Mr, nml Mrs. Homer Cnrmon of Mrs. Hobert Voter visited her sis- Ijincnstcr visited her parents, Mr. ter Mrs. William Griggs Wednesday. land Mrs. Andrew Stotts recently. Messrs Walter nnd Charlie Smith Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnrl Mobcrlry and of Lancaster were with friends here little daughter spent the week end Friday. with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Moberley. Mrs. Henry Tuttlc and Miss Ollie Rest Cotton Seed Dairy Food for Merida visited Mrs. Ollle Grnlinm on sale. Tuesday. Gnrrnrd nnd Lincoln Produce Co. ' Mr. Cy Foley of Hockley spent .Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Moberley nnd Sunday with his uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs, little dnuKhter were week end guests J. I Foley. of her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrve .Mines Mary nnd Christine I'oynter Tenter. visited their sister, Mrs. Alfred Poyn Old Aunt George Ann Wnrran, a ter Thursday. good old colored woman of this viMr. Z. T. Rice of Richmond spent cinity had the misfortune to fall nnd Mondny night with Mr. and Mrs. Uni- cripple herself up' pretty bad. The com Pelphrcy. community wishes her a speedy re Mr. T. L. Van tin was the guest on covery. Monday of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Km- Mr. nnd Mrs. Elijah Mc.MiHian nnd dry in Lancaster. son. Master Joe Hay, Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White are Lewis McCullcy and children hav building a beautiful 0 room bunga- - been ill with flu, but nil are improv ing with the exception of Mrs. Mc low on their farm. Mr. Randolph I'oynter is better at Millinn, who is not doing so well. this writing and his friends with him SYCAMORE. a speedy recovery. Mr. Arch Kavanaugh has sold his Mrs. Margaret Lane is very 111. farm to Mr. John Hicks. Possession Mr. Hill Grimes' family arc ill with given in two weeks. Fb 26, 1920. GUY. Miss Lucille Turner was the guest Monday of her cousin, Miss Hose Turner at Lancaster. Mr. AL Sanders nnd Mr. Taylor in of Lancaster were this locality Thursday. M. and Mrs. Robert have been recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lee llrown of Buckeye. n Misses Nolle Turner, Mary nnd Taylor of Hyntlsvillc spent Monday with Mrs. J. P. Foley. Mrs. Hill of IJradshaw Mill, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alex Killion has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Sutton were in Lancaster Monday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson. Miss Emma Smith of the Pleasant Hill section spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. William Griggs. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hervcy of Paint Lick were recent visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Drown. Mrs. William Smith of the Poor Ridge pike was a visitor of her daugh ter, Mrs. William Griggs Thursday. Mr. William Beazley was a visitor Sunday of his daughters, Mr. Wm. Kinder and little Willie Mae Beailcy. Highest cash price paid for Eggs and Poultry. Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co. The friends of Miss Maude Yater will be pleased to know she has recovered from a severe attack of Ma-lind- tlu. Mrs. D. J. Walton has been ill but is better. Mrs. Robert Shearer has been ill but is better. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grimes are re jolcing over n little son who has nr rived at their home. Miss Marie Ray spent Saturday night with her aunt, Mrs. Oollio Rny who accompanied her home. Mr, David CofTey and mother of Richmond were the recent guests of Miss Macy Walton and parents. Messrs Tom Tracey, Sam Clark QweZMothera JdetterDCitchen mother's workshop the place where OF ALL HER WAKING HOURS ARE SPENT the abode of mother's bread and mother's pies and mother's cookies! is ONE-THIRD that Herman linker and D. J. Walton were in Lexington last week with their to bacco. Messrs Ben Hnlcomb, Hoy Broad dui and two sons were the guests on Sunday of Mr. W. M. Broaddus and family. .il r. Kobcrt bhearcr was called to Hubble on Tuesday Feb. 17, by the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Maud Alexander who died Tuesday night BRADS HAW MILL. , nrr r i n !! the place where five long hours, and more, each clay arc dedicated cheerfully and uncomplainingly to us. But how about n little reciprocity? How about making that room the real HEART OF THE HOMEthc cheeriest, happiest, sunshiniest room in the whole house? How about making it the sort of worksiiop that mother deserves? Why not jjet her all the best lubor-savin- g and conveniences? .Why not above ail rii mm , - , A wonderful place is that kitchen of mother s m ng Sir. and Mrs. William Clark and Master Earl spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wnrd anjl Mrs. C. R. Henry. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Sutton, Mr. J. L. Yantis spent a delightful day on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey, Mesdflmcs James Yantis nnd Ollie Graham were guests Wednesday of Mesdames Milton Ward and C. R. Henry. Mrs. William Griggs, who has been quite ill, for the past ten days, Is improving to the delight of her num- crous friends. Mr. John Broaddus and sisters, Misses Anna Mae and Lida of the Richmond road, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mr. Mlley Beazley. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Wulkcr, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather and two children, motored to Lancaster Thursday night .and attended the picture show. Mr. und Mrs. Tom Doolin and little Honor Roll duug'iter, Misses Cora and Flora, wero recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. LANCASTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Jim Day Ray on the Poor Ridge pike. Room 'J Allle V. Marsee, Loretta Mrs. Carrie Davidson, who has spent the past month in Oklahoma, Ksti-- , Fanny Lee Walker, Nancy Lucille Harnett, visiting her son, Mr. nmf Mr. R. L. Clurk, Gertrudo Conn, Paul Henry, Ernest Hatfield. Davidson, will return home George Palmct-ir- , Olnf Fnthvrgill, J. T. Pollard, Vernon Ross.. Room 3 Edna Hatcher. WOLF TRAIL. Room 4 Klilo Hatfield. Henry. Pcrua Room 5 Lena Miss Jessie B. Ray has been on the Young, Mattic Mae Hubbell. sick list. Room 8 Essla Conn, Luther Rich, Mr. J me Casey has purchased a Ida Mae Sanders. Ford car. Mrs. Powell Dallcy Is confined to her bed again. A LIVE WIRE TO HANDLE Mr. nnd Mrs. Abe Burton were vis- THE BEST SELLING TRUCK iting in Madison recently. IN AMERICA. $700.00 LESS Mr, John, Dailey has purchased a THAN OTHER WORM-DRIV- E handsome new Chevrolet car. LIBERAL DIS TRUCKS. Mr. Joe Kay was In Lexington lost COUNT. Address week with hU last load of tobacco. Mr. George Gilliam bought a mule J. R. MILLER, Phoenix Hotel, LEXINGTON, KY. from Wilbert Dailey last week price Glv Territory Dssircd. 1200. Mr. Clolland Dailey and Mis Bert 'J.25-7- t. Mr. Ting Gilom sold a mule to Mr, Griggs for $05. Mr. Harrison Ray visited Mrs. Wil son Hurt, Thursday. Miss Ora Foster was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Larue Casey. Mr. W. T. Casey spent the week end with her son, Mr. Jesse Casey. Mr. and Mrs. Jink Gilom were the week end guests of their daughter. Mrs. Sallie Hurt and little Chris tine visited Mrs. Lucy East Monday- Miss I.cno East has returned home after a weeks stay with her sister, Mrs. Birt Moblcy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Mobley and chil dren visited her mother, Mrs. Lucy hast, Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Pruwitt are receiving congratulations over the ar rival of a little boy. Messrs Amos Oliver, Trave Hume anil Wilson Hurt were in Lexington Wednesday on business. Mr. Author Hager of Jessimine spent Sunday night with Mr. Wilson Hurt anil nttended court at Lancaster Monday, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Casey, Mrs. Mollie Moberley. Mrs. L. B. Glpson, Mrs. Wilson Hurt nnd Mrs. L. T. Bradshaw are on the sick list. The GLASS OVEN DOOR and OVEN THERMOMETER, enable Mother to sec nt n jdancc wliat Li Roing on In the oven without g that stoop every few minutes to open the oven door and then lose a lot of the heat. l, The cake frosting, LlD"will save the or oyster stev, if the door-be- ll rings or th baby vvukci back-breakin- ANTI-SCORC- H oat-mea- milk-toa- st up while it's cooking. The LIFTING the steak. IEY-PLAT- . Ii TOP makes It easy to toast or broil or feed the fire. No longer necessary to broil Mcthr along Jrtth . FIRE-BO-X burns up all the dirty smoke and soot. By so doing, The MOORE'S That much less to handle. It will burn slack coal just as well as the best grades of lump. The CONTROLLER DAMPER regulates and holds the fire a long time. ANTI-CARBO- N a saves 38 per cent of the fuel. The FINISH sanitary, washable, porcelain or plain smooth. Both easy to clean. MOTHER-SAVER A MOORE'S RANGE IS A REAL G00DL0E & WALKER BROS. LANCASTER, PAINT LICK. Little Murgaret Conn U ill thii week. Several children in thi community have chicken pox. Gordon Mason who if at Robinson Hospital at Uerua, has flu. Misses Mtt and Cora Hurt have re turned from Hcrvn Hospital. It. H. Lcdfortl loft Tuesday for dry roods. nclnnati to Willie Rogers spent the week end with his brother, T, J. Rogers at Uo- -j mnu. Several from here attended the funeral of LcwRf Guyn at Richmond Saturday. Mr, K. I.'. Kstridge anil son were in Lexington one day lust week buying merchandise. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hervey and Mrs. R. W. Estrldge wero in Rich, mond shopping Monday. Olvin Patrick, who has been work ing In St. Louis Mo., for several weeks has returned home. Friends of Mrs. Geonce Todd art sorry to learn that she hss flu but hope, for her a speedy recovery. Mrs. K. W. Estrldge has been with Mrs. I). A. Hervey during the absence of Mr. Kstridge this week. Clover and Timothy seed for sale. Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co. Mrs. William Lcdfortl wus called to Hurlnn this week on account of the death of her mother, Mrs. Palmer. Wo sell the best feed for poultry on the market. Garrard and Lincoln Prod see Co. Charles ltuker diud 'Saturday and wiu buried at Wallncctown. He was out? of Uic oldest citizens of the coun- - KENTUCKY. months. Gordon Mason who had the misfortune to get his hund cut olf while shredding fodder a short timo ago, is doing nicely his friends will be glad to know. Robert Little, who is principal at the Waynciburg high schiol in Lincoln county, was here part of last week. On account of flu at the school at thut place was ly WANTED father nnd mother, und all have the deepest sympathy of the entire comr munlty. Lewis, as he was familiarly called, had lived most of his life In and around Paint Lick, being the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guyn, of this place. Had ho lived until the Oth of March he would have been 3.1 years of age. Lewis was only sick about a week, having flu which dcvel-ope- d into pneumonia. Mr, Fitzpat-ricwith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. closed. Robert Guyn, uccompanied the reFriends of Mrs. Lewis Guyn are mains to Richmond for burial. grieved to leurn she is very low with her home near Eminpneumonia at r-requiring tha attention of two Mr. and Mrs. U. M. (Surges nnd ence, Very little hopes are Mrs. II. II. Montgomery were in 'Rich- trained nurses. entertained for her recovery, mond to see Mrs. Montgomery's Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guyn were mother. culled to Eminence Tuesday of last R. J. Walker shipped Monday to week on account of the serious ill- AfUr you MUhnqra Ul John Kldrldge at Wlngina, Vn., twneM m,j ,ien,h f their only son, Kentucky ilea Lewis. They accompanied the renice thoroughbred llcrkshlre pigs. mains back to Richmond Saturday. Mrs. II. II. Montgomery wus in lasUatly r4U vea Hsartsi . Mis.1 The remains of Mr. Lewis Guyn of Richmond Friduy afternoon to see her Kminence were brought to Richmond 4C fssaa) aHopfertamriac, I Iff, MM M mother Mrs. Uryant who, is confined for interment Saturday. Dr. Telat the hospital there, ford of Richmond conducted the funMrs. David Shepherd and baby eral service at the grave. Ho is hsvo returned from Detroit where. survived by a wife, who waa Miss she has been visiting her mother, Mrs. , fclolse r iUpatrick bforo her mar-Iilrfor the past two or three ( riage and one son, aged two years, a R. E. MaJtOaERTJ, LmtHtr, Ky. Way-nesbu- rg k, EATONIC f de n t