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Sammy -- "Over in Anrri-irwe got n IlUc bush fifty a feet high." Tommy "I wish I could lilac Hint. Hut what vlli to cnll your ATTENTION to i The Label on your t pit per He started to jail with Inn prisoner. Virgil Rowland, charged with deserENDOR-SE- S tion ami robber), nnd as he approached the jnll, Rowhind suddenly jerked loose from the officer nnd made a hasty retrrnt up the hill hark of the town, Mr. Lewis pursuing him. Just us the latter reached the top of Harthe hill, he was seen to full nnd when assistance reached his side he wns found to be dend. Death being caused by heart trouble, superinducThe republican county convention ed, it Is thought by the excitement held In tho court house last So t unlay and exertion incident to the escape nftrrnoon brought out nlmut 100 nml of the prisoner. n very harmonious the meeting He was n splendid olficer nml n one. greater wrt of his life was spent In Tlic meeting wns cnlled to order by Lincoln and Doyle county. Two the county chnltman, Mr. Henry years ago he wns appointed deputy .Moore, who was mndr temporary sheriff by Sheriff II S. Hnughmnti, chairman of the convention and Win. which place he admirably filled until elected secre- his death. Johnoon, colored, tary, both appointment being un nmmous. REPUBLICAN CON-VENTIO- N TOBACCO SEA- W. P. WALTON GARRARD COUN-TY'- S SON CLOSES Deputy Sheriff Lewis Join The American Le PASSES AWAY. SICK MAN. Succumbs Suddenly gion. Next Meeting Wonderful Succc s si Widely KnQwn News- - Remedy Suggested To While chasing an ernped paper Man, Dies at Made For First March 19, 1920. Cure His Ailments. Deputy Sberilf Robert T. Lewi of His Home In LexStanford, died suddenly there Inst Season. All over the Stiite reports are that Kdltor Central Record: Thundny morning. ington. prHn-ner- DROPS DEAD MEN, . BONDJSSUE Electing at Court House Last Saturday monious. all Ex. Service men nre joining the American Legion., nnd It is rapidly growing to he one of the strongest Organization in the Country. The American Legion stnnds for 1110 per rent Americanism mid la ready at all time to be of service to the men who wore the uniform. The soldiers, tailors nnd marines stood together during the war, then why not stand together in civilian life. Post-Ilrld- wi Peterson will lecture on the "World War in Prophesy" giving some startling fulfillments of th prcphrsii concerning Jesus in the Inst dnys. The lecture will be held at the Heazley school house on the Crab Orchard pike, next Sunday Highway. March 7th, nt 10:30 A. M. Every Mr. T V. Hudson, who owns one one is cordially invited to be present of the finest Hlue Grass farms In the United States, In the Camp Dick Rob- Back to inson neighborhood, snyx that the Hills. people of his section are universally in favor of the llond Issue in GarMr. Harold Onstott. the handsome men will pay und polite tonsunnl artist ut Augus rard county. Few more of these taxes than Mr. Hud Meyers' Shop has handed in his re Hush nnd Mr. Hush, on Ashlnnd c France has no monopoly on rough avenue nnd interment took place in son but like every other situation to take effect today nnd business man he fully realizes that will return to his native heath, the rnuik Hfiil nthr Irvtm rnmtltfntia' fnri.Lexington. " I : T. he will lie doubly repaid by provid sugar creek hills of Gnrrnrd county army motor curs, nlthough soldiers ing such a fine rond for Ins county. where he will put in n crop of to nre generally of the opinion that Winebroad Busy. The sections which do not receive the bucco. "Sugar Creek", ns Mr. On automobile were never cnlled upon ' - stott is known by his many friends for harder service than they We nre enrrying another big sale were road are Just about ns much benifitMitchell. in this Issue ed ns thoM' who do us for just is u popular young man, and will during: the wur overseas. Capt. John advertisement The following' resolution were Devlin never questioned this opin "Swincbroad the real estate Mnn" that much more money will he left be much missed by a wide circle of adopted: o Ion until he wns assigned to supervise who proposes to sell for the high Pursuant to a cnll of the Republi- over to be applied to their ronds admirers. Advocate. big government water projects lar on March 18th. that splendid fnrm can State Central Committee, we, the out of the regular fund so every near Newport News. Vn., but the foi- - of Wm. C. Anderson contnlning 100 Republican of (iarrard County, Ky., community us u matter of fact is Sale lowing letter to Dodge Hrothers, Dc- - acres nnd right on the "Federal High- The citizen who tho Court hvnifitcd alike. in tonvrntion nsicmblcd at good roads these days is n Big Success. troit, would indicate thut he hns en - way" just outside of Danville. Read Home in Lancaster, Ky., on Saturday ROAD conntered something that tends to about it. It's' dollars to doughnuts February 2flth, IU20, do resolve ns buck number right nnd ought to take The sale of the personalty of A. change hi viewpoint. she'll sell, him to Casey county or Pulaski. - Adfollows: W. Kavnt.augh, last Saturday, was In Boyle. "It would hardly be Ksible after , , .. 1, We hereby earnestly endoisc vocate. one of the best of this character held the reputation that Dodge Hrothers WomenleSS Wedding splendid State Administration of the recently in the county. Live stock car made in France to say anything Ry a handsome majority, the road ou Republican Governor, the Hon. Ledford, Sam Warren, W. I). Harmon, sold fabulously Kvery chnracter seen in the Worn tax well, one team of that would increase it," the captain voted there last Saturday for the U. G. Raines, George Raines, Rube Edwin IV Morrow. horse mules bringing $010.00. Corn writes, "yet I enn not help but mid n enlesi Wedding" nt the school audi building of the Federal Highway, and llron-stoWe condemn the administra2 Warren, Sam Prnther, Hilly inlhu crib brought $8.1)0 cents n bar word of prnlie for what it is doing torium on the evening of March 12th of course I good news to those who Dan llogic, Noah Mursee, Pies rel nnd tion of President Woodrow Wilson other things sold in propor- for us, under difficulties ns great as will be n "scream" for one will cer favor good roads and the bond issue ns unwise and Ji.ninst the best inter Hlytbe, Clyde Sanders nml James tainly scream when they sec nil of that is to be voted upon here on The weather was bail, but it those in France. tion. ilin,iii.li,M llwwit L'fll L'nnlL'tl Infill est of this Republic and we Took for Simpson. did not deter tho bidding which was March 30th. It nlso show which way r ward with a great hope to n Hcpuhli And nil other good Republicans in spirited. Copt. Am Hourne was V7! dressed for this special occasion. the the Hig llethel and Hnrwood Mills. the wind blows and that the people enn administration which will adopt Garrard County. About forty men, composed of the ure being aroused and the sentiment uuitioneer and kept things going nt n nre located respectively ' and 17 4. Thut the before policies In favor rf Americanism, nnd mentioned lively gait. business men of the city will take grows stronger for better roads. miles from Newport News nnd are guarding forever the righu, priv delegates are hereby instructed to part, the character that each rcpres- Mr. Knvnnuugh nod his estimable ........- l... .l:....t I.We hnve two guoil articles in this i ... m, ou.er. . e lieges nnd lowers of this great Amrr vote as unit on all propositions finally will move to Lancustcr wi our nu- -t issue bearing upon the subject und Just ns communicating roads are. generally lenn Republic: without surrendering coming before the said District nnd soon ns he enn Tmj t.nU.r,airinil.nt u ., iMUe. secure a home. wc wnnUevery voter In the county to speaking, ns bud ns any that I ever under the it or iU power or its influence to any State Conventions. auspices of the Women's read them. saw in France. Communication Is 5. other Nation or Nations, under the That the said delegates nre Club nnd 'tis said to be the funniest Is maintained by means of Dodge tiling ever put on the guise of the League of Nntion or further instructed to vote in the Dis boards. The Hrothers motor cars and they have formal announcement GETS otherwise, nml with tho further be trict Convention for J. 1. llutler, of nnd invitation never failed us yet. lief nnd hope that this Republican Hoyle County, and Wm. Wallace of to the public is found in the society Recently a storm, which was call column in this issue. Atlanta, March 1. Attorney Gen Administration will bring wiso nnd Madison Cuunty, for Delegates to the To Condemn economic policies for the future Ad- Notional Cgnvcntiou and for II. V eral Palmer tonight formally an- ed the worst in years, swept this loHastin, of Garrard County, for the nounced his candidacy for the Dem cality. During one period of 48 of our government. ministration Do Lie? Good Roads Dill Providing For 3,500 :i. The following nnmed Republi- Chairmnn of the 8th District Com ocratic nomination for President in a hours it wns reported that over 8 An Irishman working for a Dutch' Mile, of Hardsurfaced Highway can nre (elected to represent Gnr-rnr- d mittee, nnd to represent snld District telegram to Hiram L Gardner, see inches of rain fell nnd my presence for an increase of pay. County, In the District Conven- on the Stnte Central Committee, nnd retary of the Georgia Stnte Demo wns necessary at both these projects. man Pas.es Senate. Against the advice of everyone thut ,,,e uutenman replied: tion to be held ut Danville Kentucky, ou nil other nominations nnd proposl cratic Committee. " I will be 'ou nri worth it The telegram from Mr Palmer read knew the ronds, I took u Dodge Hros on Tuesday March 2, nnd also nt the tlons to vote for the best interest of FRANKFORT. KY. The Moss car and was absolutely uston- - c'' to K'vc 11 ,0 'ou' v,'ow ,et u t',! us follows; Stnte Convention to be held ut l.ouls-vill- o tho Republican party. good roads bill providing for building w,,,,t 'ou ,lu 'ou lccP " 'l'"r! "I understand that my friends ished at thu cuse with which It took Kentucky, ou Wedncsduy March 0. Whereas the Government of roads of 3.G00 miles of 3rd, ll20. the United State is proposing to have entered my name in the presi- four pussengcra on the worst road 1 oiuht hours every day, which makes In Kentucky, passed the Senate Fri ,la8 'ou ,t't'P tnkl'n rom afl5 ever saw in France or America. The Forest Stnpp, Hob Herring, Walter furnish 1205,000.00 to help build u dential primaries. If the Democrats day III to 1. It nlso provides for a Carey, A. T. Scott, Jim Hood, Dr. through road in this county, we ear of Ihe stnte of Georgia see fit to se- water lny IU to 18 inches over the days, leaves J4;i. Nijw you have eight highway commissioner to superintend recreation every day, which road most of the way and I am satis-- 1 1 shall reI'rintus Wnlker, J. II. Hourne, Jim nestly recommend to all Republicans lect me us their choice construction of the roads. The PerAnderson, John Hicks, Cronley Ilrod- - us well ns all other good citizens to ceive the honor with deep apprecia- fled that a horse could not have done niakes 122 dnys, jaken from 243 ry bill, known as the Ross bill. In ,l'nvc 121 llu'- - We have fifty-didus. Si llaird, Taylor Kaney, Mack work and vote for the Iloud Issue ut tion. I deem it highly important the Job ns the Dodge Hrothers car ,la' creasing salaries of deputy sheriff I am sending you photograph !two Sunday in n year which you have Morgan Joo Hammond, John F. Mar-se- tho Speriul Flection in MarclilV20, that the Democrats of Georgia should dnys. You have in Jefferson courr. passed Friday, L L Wnlkvr, J. II. McQuerry, in order thut we limy hnve a good have the opportunity to directly pass to illustrate these condition. Con- - oir l"vint you 09 und now goes to the governor. llrndloy Cunningham, Joe Hurnslde, road through the County, ns well as up?n the record mude by the present gratulntinn to you for mukiniF n real' fourteen days' vacation; tuVe this off An important amendment to the mid you have fifty-fiv- e day left. The candidacy Kph llnmmnck. Virgil Scott, 11. V. to release our County Road Fund so administration. of serviceable car." bill, adopted by the Legislature, This letter, Incidentally, will serve You don't work Saturday ufternoons, road one who supports thut record In every Ilastiii. John Carter. W. II, Fain, R. thut it can help build and maintain days in u year. gives the state the right to condemn a un nnswer to many questions u to this makes twenty-siII HaUon. It. I Ledford. Millard other roads in the County, not on the phase presents that opportunity. gravel pits, rock quarries, mineral de what the government did with the Take this off and you have, twenty-nin- e Ham, Henry Moore, John Wynn, W. Federal Highwuy, days left. Now, Pat, you allow posit and all other materials used in thousand of Dodge Hrothers motor I). McMurtry, W. H.yMoss, Jim Jones, Wc believe in this way Hint tho Coming Soon. f hours for meals, the construction of roads. cars that were In tho army during the one and Jim Durham, W, l Champ, Arthur whole road service in the County will The bill beforo the Senate is sub Will arrive in a few daysnot to war. They are still in the unny, and which total in a year twenty-eigh- t Ilcuxlcy, Sam Morford, J, F. Koltz he Increased und helped. be seen, will only bo heard) driven by in other branches of government ser- days. Take this oir and you have one stantially the same measure a that The mor.cy realized from the Horn! claw, Hob Overstreet, Frank Turner, mighty power and irreat velocity will day left. I ulways give you St. Pat- passed by the House. It provide J. M. Criiclllis, West Woods, Jcsso Issue being a less umount than that bo indicated by devastated roofs, vice. rick' Day otT, so I usk you, Pat, if that the Governor shall appoint a Sanders, W. T. West, James 1'erduni, furnished by tho Federal GovernStato Highway Commission of four barns and chimneys before knocking you are entitled to a raise?" Sherman Gay, Edd Chandler .John ment under whose supervision tho at your door. Secure at once a Pat then answered; "Wall, what dominant political parties In the Mlddleton, Tom Chappell, Matthew road will bo built, In mentioning the death of Mrs. the devil have I been doing, Tornado Policy with GAINKS. then 7" state. TUB COM. ON RBSOLUTIONS, Mitchell, Tom Kennedy, John L'ngle, Alice Moore Montgomery, In our last ThU commission shall supervise all Very Swiftly, loura L. L, Walker. Joe Penman, Jim Warren, George W. WANTED White man with road and bridge construction, and March Winds nnd Tornado. issue, we statcd.that she wo the wife Lcavell, Will Johnson, Alex AnderW. T. West. of Hamilton Montgomery, when we perUac is) raising tobacco. Will hall appoint a State Highway Com W. M. Mitchell. son, Dr. Win. Johnson, George A. Sound car corn for sale In wagon should have said John J. Montgomery. pay SM month from April 1st until missioner whose duty It will be to Lcavell, Anthony Figg, Hill Eady II. V. ISs.tin, load lots. We are sorry the mistake was made tobacco is housed. Malcoca Otborne. supervise all road construction in Noah Man ec. Faulkner, Uert Mayfield, llurnam Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. and take this means of correcting it. Bourne, Ky. the stute. Com-imte- After stating the object f the mrcting, the chairmnn appointed the following resolution committee: L I Walker. W T. Went, W M. Mit chell. II. V. Rustin and N'onh Mnrsce While this committer was out Mr. Mark Morgan, our county rcpresun-tMtivmnde talk alung reHib4ienn linen and win henrtlly cheered. The dclcgntes were instructed to vote for Mr II V Ilnstin, of this city, for chairman 01 the Kighth Iilrlct and to represent said district on the Stale Central Committee. The resolutions rrmmittee enrnrst. ly recommended that all republican! and nit good citizens, uurk and vote for the Horn! Issue nt the apecial election to !o held March 30th., Mr Mock Mirgun m made chairmnn of the delegation to the district convention at Danville and to the The State convention nt Louisville. following constitutes the jircrinct committeemen of the county; Court llouie, W T West; East Park, J. M. Critcillis; West 1'nrk: Noah Mnrseej Wit llrynntsville, John N. Shcrrow; East llryantaville, .Millard Walker's Walter Casey, Whittaker; Paint School. William Lick, llurnam Ledford; Union. Math-ee Ham-Huckey- ONE CENT SALE At MeRoberts Drug Store Next Week. MeKohcrU Drug Store, which has the exclusive agency for all Rexall remedies, will put on a novel ale next week nnd they nre telling Mm, r patrons about it In this issue of the It Is culled n "One Cent! Record. Sale" am! foi inch article purchased nt the rrguUr price, another will be sold for one cent. (Jet busy, watch the dates nnd save your pnnn. -- cl Gnrrnrd County's Sanford No. 36 needs more members to make lieir Post as successful us others out in the Stnte, nnd it will be of vntue to you to join this Post nnd not only join but nttend these meeting, and help out by suggestions that will make this Post stronger, A meeting has been cnlled for FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH IU, 1920 at the Police Court Room in ter, Ky. at 7:30 P. M. Remember this date and be on band whether you nre a member o.r not. men get behin To you this movement nnd make this The lleldnl Snnford Post one of the best in the COUNTRY. World' War In Prophesy Rev. J. W. Strong For Sugar Creek The Gurrurd Tobacco Warehouse William Pulaski Walton, one of the doted Inst Friday for the season nfter most widely known newspaper men one of the must successful seasons and editor in the Stnte, died Inst that could hnve. possibly been antici Wednesday night about 0:30 o'clock pated by the most optomistlc nt his home in Lexington. He had Storting out with practically every been ill for some time, but his death olf;r filled with new and untrained enmc rather suddenly, A few days men in this line, the record that this before he sutfered a sudden attack excellent house has mnde has been re of paralysis, or heart trouble, hut marknblr. It is claimed by knowing rallied and it was believed he wns on one that it is the only mnrkct Hint the rond to recovery when he ngnin ever went over the four million hud nn attack nnd died in a few hours pounds during the first season sales. afterwards. When the Inst basket was sold last Col. Wnlton for years conducted rn.iay morning, 1,003,094 pounds 'the Interior Journal nt Stanford, had passed under the hammer of the nnd under his direction this nnner bc- auctioneer, at nn average of 1 ft.'.! I. Cnme one of the most widely rendI and Considering the inferior grade of to - influential country newspupcrs In onico mat wos oiierc.l during the last the Stnte. He was born nenr Louisa two weeks of the market and the de- - Courthouse in Virginia. April" 12. cided slump in the market all over 1851'. nnd came to Kentucky in the the Hate, this nvernge is considered early seventies ns u railroad contrac-- , (tor for the Southern Railway. He the present trained help Inter purchased the Interior Journul which the house hud during its clos- - and for twenty-fiv- e year's personally ing dnys, several millions pound published nnd edited this paper, more ran und will be sold over these Twenty year ngo he went to Lexing-snm- e breaks next yenr. The house "ton nnd established The Democrat, has the rapacity nnd it Is pronounced which continued in existence nlmost the best one in the stnte. That Gnr- two years. He Inter purchased nml rnrd county hns nn established mar- edited the Frankfort State Journal, ket here now, n i one will doubt, and which he sold about ten years ago to the movement foi another to be built Graham Vreeland. For the past sevis under good hendwny nnd its erec- eral years he had been niding in the tion is iiured. publicity work of the Democratic State Cnmpnign Committee, Col. Wnlton is survived by his widARMY CAR ow, who before her marriage was Still Defying Floods. Miss Mnttie Owsley, sister of Mrs. John's. Wells, of Danville; two sons, William P. Jr., and Owsley Wnlton, Captain Writes Of Surprisinc nnd one daughter, Miss Mary Wnlton. During Virginia Cloud-burs- t. Two brothers nl.io survive, Messrs, Kd C. Walton, editor of the Interior Journal, and Thos. Wnlton, of AtRode Through 18 Inches of Water lanta. Funeral services were held Friday Over "Worst Road in Franc Or afternoon nt 3 o'clock ut the home America." of Mrs. Wnlton's sister, Mrs. J. R. 1 j ; er Ick Gnrrnrd county h a very mnn Just now. He n sick unto denth. This mnn ran be made a giant. He is about 20 mile long and Iras about every disease that human llesh is heir to. He hns sore throat, u skinned head, eyes nnd teeth knocked out, nppen-diciti- s in both sides, small pox; ns his body is literally covered with scar from head to foot, n bad case of leprosy, as flesh has slipped from the bone, tuberculosis of the bone, in wlde-n-wak- dol-tw- Kavanaugh advanced stage. In fart, he has all these disrarc in violent form, and unless something is done we must send him to u sunitorium nt once. Heing the oldest of the family, he naturally hns nil the henvy burdens to carry. He is now In an emaciated nnd pitiful condition, nnd is on his knees begging for crumbs. He deserves better trentmcnt. k Citizens of Gnrrnrd County, man, is our main thoroughfare through our county, and this picture is drawn being true to conditions, In tho hope, that our people will pause long enough to soberly and seriously think of the present condition of our rond, which is fast growlnjr worse nnd wc believe when the right thought is given, we can expect the right thing to be done. We ought e proud of this road, but Just now, when our neighbor counties nre nil thinking of better things, we nre made to hang our hcuds in shnme. when wc think of our sick mnn, so sore afflicted. He is being crucified by his own household. It is now left to the citizens of Garrard County to prescribe for this pnticnt on March .10th. Shall we continue to put n. rock to this fellows feet nnd rub on n little salve, or shnll we cnll in a SPF.CIALIST who Is so much interested in this sick mnn, that he is willing to give us $200,000.00 to get a chance to put him on his feet again. Now this help is only available o those that show u disposition to help THEMSELVES. Wc have starved this man to death. We can't give him wholesome neglect, nnd expect efficient service. Vote for the Bond Issue, nnd you will have done your duty, nnd prescribed the right thing for this sick man. It. II. LEDFORD. thi-sicto-b- op-Po- TAX Carries n, ..,....,.... Palmer Out For Presidency. STATE RIGHT Quarries. Figures ' pleas-tourin- g j hard-surface- d nur' e, x one-hal- A Correction. . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 4, 1920 RURAL SURVEY OF New Headley I VITAL IMPORTANCE RelfRfous . 1920 MODEL I T No. 1 0 WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED Statistics Arc Secured From County To He Used By Local Churches CO OPERATION ' ' J HEARTY ASKEO Informstlon To Be Oithtrtd In Every Part Of The County According To Communities Will Have Large 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 significance , South Broadway. No. 2 Virginia Avenue. We have sold this season at our 2 houses 527 AN AVERAGE OF 6,279,555 POUNDS FOR $49.16 We can now unload you promptly, this is the first time since the middle of December we have been in a position to do this. Some crops sold this season from your county follow: 2975 lbs, Average .$82.71 Frank Land, 1795 lbs, Average $S0.93 Kurtz and Dailey, 1375 lbs, Average $75.60 Hugh Mobley, 2910 lbs, Average $74.02 Osborne and Montgomery, 25S0 lbs, Average $71.97 Teater and Faulkner, Frank Land, :2595 lbs, Average $71.22 3025 lbs, Average $70.07 Brunei- and Brim, . 1045 lbs, Average $6S.00 Bruner and Co., Price Huffman, ..1025 lbs, Average $67.97 R. M. McCulley, .2330 lbs, Average $68.02 1750 lbs, Average $65.61 J. D. Horton, 1910 lbs, Average $65.41 R. H. Preston, 5700 lbs, Average $62.37 Grimes, Bruner and 3565 lbs, Average $62.05 Dean and Sons, . 6880 lbs, Average $61.79 Sanders Bros, There is no question in our minds but that it pays to sell your tobacco on the Lexington Market regardless of any small inconvenience or expense it might be to you. Ask any of the above men. DRIVE IN "THE MONEY HOUSE" Kentucky. Lexington, - The rural surrey department of the Interchurch World Movement ha .been orcanlicd to assemble Infornm tlon and anal) to conditions from a i religious standpoint In every county In the state, according to Arthur O j Stockbrldge, Hural Survey .Supervisor, for the stale of Kentucky, wills head quarters at 102 Todd llulldlnx. !.uls. I Jvllle. Ky In order for the churches of a com imunlty to carry on thrlr work of evangelising the territory In which I they are situated and to contribute their share inwards the complete' evangelization rf the world, which Is ,1110 Ideal In rvery Christian heart, II, Is necessary that the actual condl ,tlons which ejlst In each count? be discovered Decause of the. vital Im t portance of this work, the movement Is calling upon the patom of nil de nominations and other who are in formed relative to religious conditions to render all the assistance possible townrds the conipWlon of the work This Information, after bring tabu lated by experts. Is taken back to the counties, where tho several Protestant1 denominations with ch'ircbe In the county study it and deride en the county's church needs Recommendations are made by the county churches of each denomlna flon that so desires, to the denoml national home mission, Sunday school 'and other boards so that these hoards can cooperate Intelligently and effec-I lively with the local county church organizations. ' The Interchurch World Movement' Is attempting to do Its work on a democratic basis. It Is neither dlctat Jng nor attempting to dictate to any church or denomination what shall be done The denominations In each ' 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 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 Truck. county TRANSYLVANIA COLLEGE Gets Another Library. Dr A. H. Duck, Of Ntw York. Pre- These securities not only hold educational funds safe but return excel- Inn ( nmflta in (It .linn. If I n t n r . t and may be gauged so that they ma-- j ture at such times as to effectively; meet collegiate demands. THE POWER OF THE PRESS. I sents Valuabts Collection Of Books To The Medic! Institution. four are leap years with twenty-nin- e days in February except century yeurs when leap year occurs only when divisible by four hundred. The days when u college education Thus 1900 and 1919 are common was possible only for the rich man's years, but 11)20 and 2000 are leap ion or daughter have cone by. The yeurs. Epworth League of the Methodist Episcopal Church us one of its acWill Sail tivities is allowing the boys and girl In u letter received of America that every young man from Mrs. and woman with energy, character Stout Lilian! (nee Jane Crawford) and determination can base his or she says they will sail for France her life work on the sound founda- the middle of March, where Mr. will take a business position. tion of a classical or technicul from a recongnixed initttution It seems that Mr. Lilian! met a Countess d'Armcil while he wus overof learning. ThI work of the league is being seas whose father was three timet accomplished with the aid of the Sav- Lord Mayor of London, and she being Division of the Treasury Depart- came very much interested in Stout ment. Hoys and girls all over Amer- and introduced him to the munager ica are being enrolled in College of a large music publishing house in Clubs, the object of which is to aid Paris and he offered him a position the members to secure money for a with a handsome salary and commiscollege education by meant of savins sion, so they have decided to sail and investment in Government secur- for Franco and cast their lot with ities such as War Saving Stamps the French people from one to five Certificates. yean. Danville Messenger. and Treasury Saving Epworth Leaguers point Out Way To Help Through College. to agreement astronomical and civil LEXINGTON, KY., Transylvunia time, ns they differed by about three "Hut the most universal agency In College ha received another library, months. That year ( . U. C. 70S.) spreading the message of the Thrift the gift of Dr. A. Buck, of New was decreed to be 445 duys, and and Savings Movement has been the York, who ha presented about -- 50 somewhat later the first of the year Press. In metropolitan daily and volumes of medical books, including was moved from March 1 to Jan. 1 the ancient, ns well as the modems, and the months In same order ns in country weekly have appeared from the times of Galen Hippocrat- now. Feb. wus, however, to have 29 uncounted news columns and editor- ial articles. The patriotic service es to the latest developments in med- days and every 4th year .10 days of those who direct the policy of the icine nnd surgery, to the institution. and August .10 days. The vanity of American Press has never yet recciv- -' medical Augustus Dr. liuck used the old Caesar would not permit cd its due praise, and in winning library in of hit month, August being books in Transylvania's one day research work for his book "The shorter than Julius Caesar's, July, i the nation away from wakefulness there is but given nn added demon-- , Dawn of Modem Medicine," in the to one day was ordered clipped from strutiou of high purpose and broad preface of which he tells of the Feb. and tacked onto August. This vision." great value of Transylvania' old gave a year of 3C5U days too ! The above paragraph is taken from medicul books ns n connecting' link great by 11 mill. 13,1)5 sec, as the un uddrcss delivered by Willirfm between the medicine of other days true solar year is .ICS d. 5 hr. 4K tnin. Mather Lewis, Director of the Suv-- . and the present. 40.05 sec. This difference amount- Ings Division, Treasury Department. ed to 10 days in 1582, and then to The Eighth Federal ICeacrve District, avoid continued und ever increas- I which is among the leaders in the ing error the Gregorian year plan 'sale of Treusury Having Certificawas adopted, us now in use. This tes and War Savings Stamps, could plun was to make every fourth year not have made the splendid record Leap Year so that years divisible by- it did, hail not the press of Misi I i I William Mather Lewis Reason For Leap Year. Pays Tribute To The Julius Caesar finding the chronNewspaper Men of ology of his time in great confusion resolved to correct it by bringing the Country. in- EDUCATION'S AID I souri. Arkansas and Kentucky given the support it has. In the Liberty Loan campaigns this district was always first to go "over thu top" and it is keeping up its reputation. i You Say You I Love's Uurnette? bumette, For France. thought Ami so I I loved a dark did, I swear, Until upon my butter dish I found u strain of hair. The strand was beauteous as the night It might have graced n ucen, But little was It qualified To profit margarine. As 1 Lil-lar- d de-gr- heart and stomach are allied, It turned my warm love cold left off courting darksome Kuthi For one with hair of gold. Now this is why 1 much prefer The second choice, you tee: Her hair, if lost in oleo, Might past unknown to me. Uls) Suntlsy schools. ty program for church betterment before It Is adopted or undertaken with the of the Interchurch World Movement. The survey depart inent Is designed to help build up and; meet the needs of the local churches L. B. CONN, through the local and county denoml national Interests. Box 486. Ky. An Interchurch World Movement! survey of a county develops fscU as Ic t the county's geographical location and the general character of its agricul ' tural. commercial and Industrial life its road system and means of inter' communication, public school systeir and other educational Institutions, wel ' fare and benevolent Institutions, nthci organizations and Individuals engag ed In public service for the entln OF county ( Accompanying a general survey ol a county Is a more detailed survey ol each community, a community beini regarded as a unit of territory and population characterized by ctmimor j economic and social experiences am IN interests. The community surrey designates the outline and location of the com inunltr on Information acquired froit storekeeper, banker and other in ON formed ersons. Territory not dell nltely Included within the limits oi any trade community Is considered lr connection with the communities t which It Is contiguous and to whlct It Is most cloudy related. Thus ni area Is omitted In tho enumeration ol REGULAR TERMi OAKHAM) COUNTY COl'KT; JA.WAKY 20. 1920. population and other statistical In formation. The survey tukes account PKKSKNT: Hon. Forest Stnpp, Judge, of the community's economic condl This day came, It. O. Woods nnd two hundred and thirty two other tions, such as natural resources, chiel sources of Income, soil, climate anf' Citizens nnd legally qualified voter of Garrard County, Kentucky, who are market conditions, relations of farm free holders of the County, and petitioned the Court to make an order on irs and lnjslness men. Industrial data his order book directing the Officers of the Klection in all voting precincts He. The social life and organlzatloni in the County, to open a poll on TUKSDAY MARCH 30, 1920, to take sense of the community ar covered In de legal voters of said County upon the question "Are you in favor of tall, together with other Informatlor. of the to throw light on lli.i state of thu so inn. fig $192,000,00 In llonds for the purpose of building roads ami bridges." Said llonds to bear interest not to exceed five per cent per nnnum cial mind. The third link In the surrey clialc with coupons attached, payable Said llonds to be in deIs the surrey of each church In end nominations of not less than One Hundred Dollars or morn than One Thoucommunity. This sets out tho loca sand Dollars to run not less than five nor more than twenty-on- e years, and tlon, denomination, minister, date ol organltatlon, descriptive data as tc to be redeemed within that time nt the pleasure of thu Onrrard County bulldlngi and equipment, membership, Fiscal Court nnd to bo sold at not less pur vnlue nnd nrcrucd interest. Wherefore it i ordered hy the Court, that the regular otficers of the regular and special meetings and tab ulated results therefrom, statistics at election, in nil the voting precincts In the county will open a poll on Tuesday to ana covered by the parish, numbei March 30, 1920, to take tho sense of the legnl voters In said County unon of families reached, parish problcmi the question "Are you in mvor of Issuing I 192,000.00 in llonds for tho pur-poand other data to give a romprchen of building roads and bridges." she vision of the parish, and supple The sheriir of said Cuunty is directed to advertise said election and minted by Information as to thu pro gram cf work outlined for tho cliurtt the object thereof, for nt least 30 dn.vs next before the day thereof, In some by the pastor and the official boards newspaper huving the largest circulation in the County nnd nlso by printed The triple surveys county, com haml bills posted up at not leu than four public places In each voting pre- rounlty and church assemble all In cinct In the County and at the Court House Door. formation that may be needed to aid The County Clerk Is directed to have printed, upon the Hullot, tho the Individual churches and denoml nations In working out their present question, "Are you in favor of issuing $192,000.00 in llonds for tho our- of building road nnd bridges," and to leave two places upon tho right problems and future programs of del ! velopment, so that wasted effort ma) ' of said question: One for votes favoring the issue, to be designated by tho !e eliminates nnu unproductive so woru "ies- - mm one tor rotes opposing the issue to be designated by the tlvltlea of each denomination may Ix word "No", and said Hullot to be printed us provided for in the General transferred to productive fields. Klection Luws, Section HC9 Kentucky Statutes. The need of such a systematic stud) Said Klection shall in all respects, be held in accordance with the gen-erof church conditions Is apparent b) Klection Laws of the state. the results of Investigation alread) It Is further provided that all the money raised by the sale of the made In some sections of the Houttl if tbe churches are to accomplish tin said bonds shall bo used solely and alone for the building, construction, or greatest possible amount of good. Tlx of roads of asphaltum, concrete, brick, stone block, mnca-daconditions found to exist In some gravel or other processes of equal merit. quarters are rather startling In out FOKKST STA1T, Judge of Garrard County Court. county lo the South, for Instance, there are ii churches, of which 14 This notice is given In pursuance to above order of the Garrard County are dead and only II of which mala Court. Thia 20th day of January 1920. among themselvcsi on any Joint coun must decide unanimously The Lancaster Buick Co. Prop. Lancaster, i , OFFICIAL NOTICE ... Special Election TUESDAY, MARCH 30th, 1920 Garrard County, Kentucky, semi-annuall- se al A. K. WALKKK, Sheriff of Garrard Countv, The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Men 4, 1920 SEVEN YEARS To Complete Wreck Of PINK Having sold my farm, I will on AT 10 THEY ARE HERE BY THE 3 SALE Helgoland. HpIroIhikI-JwoI I , yearn nra !cr Saturday, March 13th O'CLOCK A. M. mnny't most impregnable tinrricr I against nlllcd urn power if today n illmnr.tlri hulk of no military Im- portnnce. Tlio t Inck, Imperious hulk itself, surmountcil by I of the iilnml ton of mnsonry nml ingeniously con- structcri gun emplacements, l all that remains. Germans ronri'Mi'il in the conI1 struction of the fortress ilcclnri an-- ( other seven years work will be ncc-- i cwary to complete Helgoland's Work has been in progress for over n year, All the guns have been ili.miniilleil, but the destruction of the harbor works and other formications on the island is proceeding. Tils stronghold whs built nt a cost of more than but its mighty guns fired but oner throughout the war. The Hnt-- I ish warship Shannon was the target. $175,-000,000, I CAE LOAD. Tl,.. I . . i the defense of the German coast. . sL my i me luiiuwuig probably beams., allied experts ngrce ivy, sen iu uic iiikucbi in that it would have hern impossible to j silence its butteriet. The foundations of the harbor, which is about M10 yards iu length nnd 1100 yanU wide, consist of huge blocks of concrete. All these have to be destroyed. The ground on 3 which the barracks stand, to reclaim 3 milk cows, 46 good young ewes which from the sea it multitude of 1 seven (ermans worked for years at a cost old 4 good to brood sows of JB.OOO.OOO, is to be returned to the 1 six sea The water necesary for the deold horse mules; 1 4 old horse mule; 1 fer s e and sanitary purposes is lrwn 1 four 7 old Red by huge pumps from fifty feet below of Red old mules, horse the sea level. The subterranean gal1 1 two leries, which are electrically lighted, old horse mule; 1 five horse are regarded b'y military men as 1 two 1 fil- - "wonder works." old old old Altlllllli'li Id.. n..rn.i.n 1 ly ; 2 high pony; j that the secret of Helgoland had been old . . j kept inviolate, it is now revealed that In iiritish naval officer posing as nn 8 of long American student, saw all the fortlti- t" wo mowers; I plows; I hreej cations m ij in. One ai place o oryanuviuc, v.. i. L. LI. Li l:jj uiuucr, rll. Live Stock and Farm Implements I s OLIVER CHILLED. RIDING, WALKING AND HILL SIDE and lambs; Jersey all fresh; ready farrow; year draft mares; mare pair year pair four year mule; year calves; and mare; head year year year mule; yearling mule; Sorrel year harness horse; saddle harness mare; four year fancy Shetland mare bred trotting colts; three year yearling heifers and steers; head Binder; hree Cultivators; Inree wagons; One hay frame and all kinds of machinery, harness and tools to Flags For For- eign Graves. run a first class farm. Three Self Feeders. Some Household Goods. Plows ALSO SYRACUSE HILL SIDE PLOWS A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. W. K. Davis. liked. .More than Bfi.OOO small Hags have been purchased by the War Department to serve for the decoration of the individual graven of American i' who lie buried in Europe. In j soldier addition, 80 flags of large size, and 350 lesser ones have been ordered for the various cemeteries for the American dead. It is announced that these tings I will be forwarded y to Kurope for beginning next Memorial Day. ,The graves of the soldiers in France nnd elsewhere in Kurope are rapidly Tim. fcnouih y.i being marked nml decorated und the Wife I am afraid that I'm not cemeteries are being brought to a high state of perfection. The War going to like our neighbors. Husband Well, my denr, I should Department still lias a large force of not w orry yet uwhllo. They may men in France beautifying the graves be propl who do not want to be of soldiers. ; dis-plaI Breeching, Back Bands, Traces, Bridles, Hames, Collars and Pads at prices that are right. Uloe & Walker Bros. We Have CALL US i I Saving TODAY The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, Few Tat Men Famed. Fat and fame hate not very often been combined, porjinp because stoul men are cenerally Inclined to t easy nml therefore lacking In that push hlch brings n man to the fore. says U.n.lon Ansuers. The only sreat sinlesti.au one can recall uliu wn a fat man a Charles James Fox. as can be seen even by his cfllgy in the pnl ii re of Westminster, where, he nould make three of his great rival. ' WHY DON'T YOUR HENS LAY WHEN YOU WANT EGGS WORST IN THE WINTER. ' They do not get the chemical cnU thnt alurc inten(U.(, nt UU . ?,T??miv- "r-MK- ,, TnoM .,. i.nt!iT!iY Let Us Mail it to You. I'M the j.m.iger. supply these very chemi-reall- y but, of course, in a more highly ' concentrated form. We sell it nnd guarantee you to get eggs, W. A. Dickerson, Lancaster Advertisement In cal- - McRoberts Drug Store NINA. i Mrs. Carl I'rvwitt is ill with flu. Mr. Andrew Itoss has been juite ill1 j Glen 1 the FLOUR that competes with QUALITY at a fair price made from selected Garrard County Wheat. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. with measles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Mulcnr were re-- ,' cent visitors of Mr. Muce, Maleur. Ever Think ef Thatf Tbero Is u linlurnl aversion ti seeing Cotton Heed Dairy Fond for nny creature contented am) happy, . llest sale, (inrnird & Lincoln l'roduce Co. man who goes flutiing seldom docs so Mr. und Mrs. Willie Anderson are because he Is hungry. .Ml he wants rejoicing over the arrival of n baby to do Is to make trouble for the fish. ISschaiige. girl the II. We ure glad to hear that Mrs. Hon l.uucford is Improving nnd will soon be nt homo. We regret to hear of the death of Mrs. Charlie Turner, who tiled last weik with flu. IBKRrtvn.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie I'rathur uuu children were the gucsto of Mr. am1 2 Mrs. Hunt Wheeler Sunday. Highest cash price paid for Kgg and Poultry. Uurrord und Lincoln Produce I'o, Miss l.oulu Mnlear has returnetl 9 home ufter u weeks stuy with her t the For cf grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mulcar. Tuitrculoti$ Mr. und Mrs. Willie I'rather eniVe Loul tuic MalnuicJ tertained twenty eight at dinner on Aaii Ttbfif '., 'ViMniitionli r Friday In honor of their son mM t adcsu.ie ttt- -i i. t it tuU'-- c jlotis l.i t'l i il;,t tt I tl tU I bride. ott. Uattt 'IJ.rO r Mr. und Mrs, Mat Moore guve u cbdlnj bouJ, t.ti -- tatlrIMK., birthday dinner tu their daughter, huadry, etc IM.;ii pcuHl Feb. 'Jl), which comet every four, vlrw. IXeligl t years. lul ruirotnt'lnft. fc.nvu, rati ( r (tUltttl ft UHIMII II tw- fttl. .Mr. Jessie T. I'rather and Miss , m Mrrgle Williams surprised their many llMMIM, I. iMNtSM. . friends by getting married last Thursday, TrarwaTTniTaL I AUtka. hae ilirlr own there nre (IS for aathes. under the of the bureau of education ef Ibe Interior ilepartiuent. All Alnskun lit lot sehiMils. and In niMlllim Progressive THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan, with electric and lighting system and demountable rims with ."'i-'mtires front ami rear, for every day in the car has r.o ju..l a family car. Just an jv pillar on the fcrm n it 5 ;iti the city. In fact, mU in every vocation of it iiw the fatnUy l!fe. Large, roomy scat, finely upholitorvxl, plate fass windows inehc it mi open car in pleasant weather, while in r.'.hy urul inclement wather it becorrs.--s r. cluscd c r, !jit-proand rainproof. It is not only comfortable, but really ci.'v, r.:ul aliove all, wot. "nikal in operation rnd i aintcnatkx, and has all the l;ord merits v ft rcngth and durability. self-startich ck-it- .7 Hazelwoodl Sanatorium 1 ' X' Haselden Bros Garage. ttt, j The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Men 4, 1 920 400 ACRES SUBDIVIDED county Farm Wm. in The of 111 0. Anderson "best section of Boyle AT s sssssssssss ls t n TEN O'CLOCK SHARP (RAIN OR SHINE) LOCATION One mile west of Danville Perry ville pike, (The New Federal Highway) , also fronts on the Blue Grass Pike. IMPROVEMENTS 10 Room Dwelling in large yard with fine shade, at end of beautiful avenue from pike with row of shade trees on each side of drive. Two tobacco barns 48 x 120 one under construction. Two 4 room tenant houses. New six room tenant house (cost $1500.00) , Large stock barn 60 X SO, Stock Scales, Brick Meat house, Garage and other Wind Mill and Water Tower. Water in Dwelling and hydrants in yard, barn and lots. A deep fertile soil. Farm in high state of cultivation. Has been-- well taken care of. Has the REPUTATION of being one of the MOST PRODUCTIVE FARMS in Boyle county. -- THURSDAY, MARCH , out-buildings. 18th TOBACCO, CORN, About 110 acres in fine wheat. 80 acres clover, acres for corn, (part already plowed), 20 acres blue Krass sod, plowed for tobacco, 10 acres sod plowid for potatoes. Balance GO to 70 acres Blue Grass sod Lots Yard. . pnmn r..m i 'VnT IMMEDIATE possession with owners portion crops. Good contracts with good tenants. Subdivided and to be sold in several tracts: 1C0 to 200 acre with main improvements. GO to 70 acres with tenant house, 50 acres with G room house and tobacco barn, :i tracts of 40 to 50 acres unimproved. 110 Why Does Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELL". WHEAT, BLUEGRASS AND CLOVER LAND to Because I offer what the buyers want. This Land Will Appeal You. - kach tract with ood frontaKe and fine buildiiiK sites on pike. But remember WE SKLL TO SUIT THK BUYKR. Will sell two or more tracts together so you may buy just the size farm you want. My contract with Mr. Anderson calls for a sale d or limit. t the "HiKh Dollar" without resene. 'n nther fnrnm in is jour opportunitj. "ere . " not be offered SU e!""1 5e.ct,v publicly or privately this year. for ReKardl.ss of conditions this farm will continue to increase in value. This farm attracts the atten- tion of every passer by. Land nearly level just grade enough to drain well. by-bi- of Life. Locate now In the Garden Spot of Kentucky, where Land, Stock, Crops, Health, Culture and knowledge are the imiKiietfc points of the Universe. Where Blue Grass urows the tallest, Soil the deep- est, People live the longest. Stock the finest. Schools the Grandest. A RESERVED SEAT in the theater Dunv He has a Xationa Reputation as an edu- cutionnl center. Railroad facilities and markets. , rnimtv .. P,.ntitntinn fi.r . .fr progressive citizens, spact lorinus furthe? iltiiU Only look and you will sure attend the Sale. Bid last ami you will never regret it. R. H. Dover, ' , For further particulars, Blue prints and to show you the farm, see Wm. office at Danville, or C. Anderson, Danville, W. R Moss or at my j SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man Will also sell 700 barrels of corn in lots to suit the purchaser. comb were in Danville Friday on bus- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ; MnimmmmmmnimMmtiiiiMiiiminn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wnrmoth GUNN'S CHAPEL. j were will) Mr. und Mrs. Philip Moore Taylor Hurt is ill, threatened! Mr. Saturday night and Sunday. Pepto-Manga- n. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Cunningham ouics-aiutMr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder, Mrs with pneumonia. were in Lexington visiting Thursday The infant child of Mr. Joe Burton llclle Snyder, Mrs. S. M. Azbill and nnd Friday. In Many Horn . M WM 99 M Wf M IM Better Health Ii son, Mr. Nathan Azbill were guests is 111 with pneumonia. Mixes Zillah nd Amy Dawes and 41 AT DUCCItTS. Sr Simply A Matter Of Better Sunday of Mr. ami Mrs. S. N. San Mr. Ruthford Fain purchased a IT BSaiS rAIM SAIL Mrs. Colliver Dawes were in Danville swcasoMstMrnrcj. k, Blood. sow of Mr. Joe Burton for $50. ders. shopping Saturday. Mrs. Hobart Tenter visited hr n Miss Ilettie Scott spent tho week Improres Blood. mother, Mrs. Louie Noel, Sunday. For CHOUF, COLDS. end with her sister, Mrs. Kdd Hen- mnuoaASkrmumotHA Composed of Approved Blood.Making drickson at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land are in HASELDEN BROS. UUU'I tmmmUi trr klM'l VienOI Lexington for u few weeks, stay. Uirt MWU WW. Cm. IUotx M Mr. D. H. Cheatham of Ashland Elements Put Up in Liquid and u MtUUnim tlMSkXkln riWnt BM PLEASANT HILL. Mrs. Jrsse Hurt has been visiting spent the week end with his mother, IM UkruLctoatM " lb. ttmK mU rtSite Tablet Form. chtocma unseam se M.nm Sslibw. her mother, Mrs. Mary Simpson, who Mrs. Tincy Cheatham. Mr. Henry Ray nnd family are IU - ill. Are you tired and weak and 'bluqV Dr. and Mrs. Sam Hose of Win with llu. Do you say to yourself, "What's the chester spent a few duys with their Mrs. Hunter Davis has been visit Miss Gladys Ray continues quite use of living! What do I get out of mother, Mrs. Janie Rose. ing her father, Mr. It. Z. Price and ill at her home. 'w.icr sua m cram life, dragging through this drab exfamily. M. 6feH J si si ht- -f Mr. ami Mm 11. II. Halcomb, Miss- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder visited istence In this unhappy way?" Rev. N. G. Young will fill his regu In Madison es l.ettle iironildus and alary tlelle last week. You don't feel well nnd you don't! Halcomb were Danville visitors Sat nt the M. K. church lar appointment Mrs. Emmu Grow Had baby have POINT LEAVELL. know why you have so little energy urday. here. Sunday. been sick for a few days. to do anything, nnd you get nil tired Miss Allie Doolin of Buckeye and l. l C...1.I. ..Ml W l. UUIill Olllllll ...Ill ntni-- to tl... ' Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster are Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow have bee ' UT. I out before it is done. There are welcoming a fine baby girl ulio arMr Oscar Lewis of Versailles were house vacated by Mr. Faulkner. millions in busy America that have recent guest of Mrs. Uge Holten. week end guests of Miss Lou Klin wns the guest; rived on MnrciilsU Mr. Ernest Rhodus such feelings now and then, and they Mrs. Caleb Johnseii was in Lexing I . Doolin. Mrs. Prentiss Walker and daughof the Hell Brothers Saturday and j mo to be pitied. Hut there is help. ton last week to see her daughters. end j ters of Lancaster spent the week Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean and famUnless some serious malady is at the Bloating. Gas, Coated Tongue, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Burdette and with 5tr. and Mrs, W. H. Ray. Miss Ethyl Hnmmons of llerea Col- bottom of their trouble, a few weeks ily, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis were Sick Headache, Bad Hrealb, Bilious-..ithi; guests Sunday of Mrs Hello Davis The families of Messrs Moult- - Hum- (family have been ill the past few days. j of will work u wonIadigcttion or Constipation take lege spent Saturday und Sunday with Mils Mary Price has been the guest phrey, Harvey Tenter mid H. M. s n derful change. home folks. puts at Sulphur Well. P0LEY CATHARTIC TABLET Kurti have been suffering from llu. ' of Mrs. Will Lor Burdette for several Mr. C. W. Coulter and family of new vigor into the blood, and the of 'llerea Miss Jennie Hnmmack days. to Mr. und Mrs, Asbie Hendren of blood is the life lluid. With plenty Itossymone, Ohio, have moved Ihey cleanse the boweli, sweeten (be College spent a few days with her Mine Gladys Snyder and Mary Nicholasvillu were cnlliil to the bed of rich red blood coursing through their home recently purchased and 'omaca and larlfofste the liver. Do parents recently. it (ripe or siefcea. k rnee are nttraethe vWtars of Miss one's body one is pretty likely to feel we are glad to velcome thme in our poultry side of Mrs. Powell Dailey Inst Wo sill the test feed for good and vigorous and be strong and community again. .. S. HHku, tOm St.. IUkk. MUb.: "I on the market. Th school at Buckeye has beenlAlicc ,U'- Mr- - "I" WWttaker are In look hearty. PsWr'CMkwtk T.bltii a Ibsfoujb Mrs. Jnnie Hose entertained a numU(lmnn potlxlir (Ml Ib.l ib.y ut ttm, Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co. closed the past week because of the I Mr lr. ! " (So to your druggist and uik for ber at dinner Sunday. Those presprevalence of fiu among the teachers .Nieliolasvllle vWting Mr. and Mrs. bnl Uti Mrs. J. W, Tatem who has been on "Gudc'j Lute Runey. lie sure to ent were Mr and Mrs Cleveland Rose the sick list for the past few days, is md pupils. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. nay "Gude's". If "Gude's" is not on Mrs. Delia Ukiw and daughter are Mrs. Robert Ung of Unraster ' better nt this writing. the package it is not spent n few days the pust week with visiting her .rent. Mr. nnd Mrs. BRAD3HAW MILL. Mr. Jessie Dollins left Sunday for It is put up in both liquid and tablet Caleb Johnson. Louisville to attend the burial of his Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Ray nnd Mr. and form. Tell the druggist which you KNOCKS OUT PAIN Mrs. J, M. Anion. We sell the S. N. Sandcrc sold a milch cow to aunt, Mrs. Sherman Huffman. st fed for poultry prefer. There is no dilTerence in on the market. Parson Sebastian price 9100. Mr. D. D. Faulkner and family left medicinal value. Advertisement. THE FIRST ROUND Miss Nancy Sanders spent SunGarrard and Lincoln' Produce Co. recently to make their home, in day night with Mrs. Susan Hruaddus. Bloomington Intl. Wo trust tlfst they Misses Mary Price and Agnes BRYANTSVILLE Simpson were .Monday guests of Mrs. Comforting relief from pain Mrs. Belle Snyder has been with will mako many friends there. Robert Carter arid family. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Snyder for sev-ermakes Sloan' the .Mr. Samuel Rothwell diet! SaturMiss Allie Mae Edwnrds is ill. days. Mr. Bailey Hay and family and th day morning nbout eleven o'clock, World's Liniment Mr, Clint Hill and family are ill family of J. I). Burchcll are recoverMaster James Sanders spent Sat- and was buried Sunday In the Lanwith the "flu". Thii famous reliever of rheumatic urday night with Messrs It a ford nnd caster cemetery. Much sympathy Is Kidn?y, liver, rudder id -- f . actt ing from an attack of llu. Mr, D. F. Ilankin made a business ' Reed Sebastian. aches, soreneit, stiffness, painful .Mrs. Pnttie Simpson and Mrs. Sal-li- e troubles re mexu iLiiip.oriui extended the sorrowing ones. trip to Georgia last week. sprains, neuralgic paim, and moit of their insidir Js aiud Simpson were Saturday guests of Mr, und Mrs. James Prewitt and Mr. T. H. Grlnter spent the week other external twinges that humanity family spent Friduy with Mr. and Hccu the first waining t! Mr. und Mr. Bill Whittnker. suffers from, enjoys its great sales beIn Lexington. end with friends that they neetl attention by taking cause it practically never foils to btinz Mrs. Jrsse East. Mr. und Mrs. Buford Smith. Mr. Ilev. O. S. Conant made u business speedy, comforting relief. and Mrs. Hoyston Hay were guest Mrs. S. M. Axbill and son Mr. Always ready for use, it takes little AJC COLD MEDAL trip to New York Cit' last week. of their parents. Mr. and Mr. John Nathan, have been guests of Mr, and to ftntlrali ttifaoul rublnng and promlboot quMiwnir HJr. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams spent duce results. Clean, refreshing. At Mrs. Floyd Snyder. Kay, Sunday. In lh (Mtin.M ij all drug stores. 35c. 70c. $1,40. a few days last week in Cincinnati. Tfll.l K.otwwm.il,), t 110,7 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder of Poor Wln liMuuixni UnM Mk4 Wanted a Chance Mr. and Mr. W. K. Davis and son Ridge spent the week end with Mr. trtalrMau failnt Hunl'aSclM bti flin buo4iii l w,k She You horrid thing! The Idea Tt worlds sundard itrntdr for tbasi in Lexington Saturday, Newton were and Mrs. Floyd Snyder. ! Iw m mm Wsorders, will oft.n ward olf ihtse dis- - of your kissing ca Cmi.al,,, Mnmi me when you aren't Mis Fannie Kidd spent the week II al mm lUk TOOAV, fike fn Floyd Snyder bought n dandy good "J swant than to body aealntt JVC. WMJekKellf k furibtr attacks. Three sites, all druggists, even engaged to me I end with her parents at Wallaceton. cow and a two weeks old calf from He-- Oh, a fellow gets tired Mf tee let Ik imm CUU Mtial m .iU Ua Less Curtis price $180. STORMKS DRUG STORE. Messrs W. K. Davis and Sam Hal- Ing the girl he's engaged to. a4 ete4 mm ' -- Hr. Millions Need iness. Pepto-Manfa- of Stanford, Dr nnd Mrs. D. C. Hose, Rev. G. S, Conant nnd family, Clover nnd Timothy Seed for sale. Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co, Mrs. Ethyl Ucrkele entertained n number of relatives Sunday, those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Marion Montgomery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Stone of Ilourne, Mr. and Mrs. Wes ley Thompson of Huenn Vista, Misses Mattie and Nina Coulter. The W. C T. U. met at tho home of Mrs. Henry McAfee nt Camp Dick Robinson Friday hftcrnoon at 2:30 o'clock. The meeting was conducted by Miss Eliza Ison. Mrs. II. A. Dawes gave a reading selection on the life of Francis Willnrd which was enjoyed by nil, Delightful refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held in March at the home' of Mr Herbert Taylor p V mm u.r. !. lll-'- i For Soar Stomach Pcpto-Mnngu- n Pepto-Manga- . Pepto-Mangan- ." Pepto-Manga- iivi; nl . 'l The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Men 4, 1920 U. S. INCOME TAX Precautions. TTnnr mwvv Is w Ynnp turn fluttnwr? twifvwji SPEC-IALIS- Don't buy a new BATTERY unless you need one. First consult a BATTERY T. i Health authorities ndvlse that the licit precautlont for the Indivlil'ual NOBODY nrc nt follows: 1. Keep your Krneral health kooiI by proper entintr. trnsible clothintt, Every Person Who Had Income nliundnnt exercise nml sleep nml freedom from worry. Keep your in 1919 Must Determine bowels open. Own Liability. 'J. Avoid bcrnmitiK chilled or EXEMPTS ovcr-hentc- MARCH 15 LAST FILING DATE. 1040A. We carry BATTERIES for any and all makes of cars. Surest Way It to Follow Form Frtt Advle In Doubtful In Cases. Seven Penalties Law. Our BATTERY equipment and workmanship is unexcelled. WE RECHARGE, REBUILD AND REPAIR ALL MAKES OF BATTER-IES- . Let Us Serve You. Keep nwny from hmlly ventilated places. Air your own homes. nml 3. Avoid crowds crowded rooms nml especially every person who caught nntl xncczes without covering hit mouth nml nose with hit r handkerchief. Keep nwny from jtet-tint- An olilicniliiti I. ojempt from Itirmur Tm. It liild illrcclljr mi the li rltlxrit ntiil ri'ililent IiiiiiIiIits nf In (iiu liter lilt nun case uml to Ret Ills return In on tlnio If one In iluc. Willi nidi relnm nlmultic it I in due .N'oIkmIj- - Paint Lick Garage PAINT LICK. KY, n pit tiim'IiI mux! iirrtiinimny In tin' full nnimiiit of tli tlx ret urn tnx or nt least All returns fur or of tin tnx. lUID unlit do tllitl on W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Ollice Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence I'tione 33. Director and Mnrrli I ft. Mutt Show Trut Flguret. In tlsurlni; up Ms riiruliiKs for tnx iiirMii- - n must tnke lulu riiiixlilirntliiii nil tli'int of tnxitlilo Income, anil nrli llfin ltMf mint In n ecu rati In nnioiitit (lners nml Minute ntolilril, for llio ri'iiiiim l tiirii U miiili' uniliT on Hi. Kvi'oImmIj- who tinil nil Income iliir-tin-: lit imitt mm ili'tcrinliK1 whether wn mlllclciit III lilt or tier lift uinotiiit to riKiiiIri' nn Inrniiiu Tnx ri'""'I "' ' tiirii. The bout "ny Bet n 1'iiriii 1(1 10A nml follow tin- - In Tlmt form Nfructloiit prhiliil on It Item ulll txTTr nt n reminder of ett-rof Income, nml If n rvtiirn In due. It t lion- - to iin iri' nml IHi It. Oiit of (In' lmMirtniit points to keep In tn il It tlmt it H'roir nrt Income Is found n computation prescribed neli Itrm of lit tln Inw. nml tlmt source mint lie confrom ftii-rsidered, iinli- -t pptHltU'iilly exempted. AtiotltiT ililni; to remember It Hint ll.t iMTMiiml eienip:loti Nllowttl liy law mi relation wlmtovcr to the requirement to tilt return. This exemption It nut to ! considered until n person Imt llcuritl out lilt net Income nml determined whether It was MittU'lfiit to require lilm to lllo n return. Then, If n return mut be tiled, he should riHiil onrcfiilly the Instructions for claiming exemption, nml complete lilt return. If In ttoulit mi itny wiliit nt to Income or deduction, n person may secure file ml v lee nml nlil from tlm nearest Inteniitl Itoenue ollice Mnny hniikt nml trutt couiHiilet lire also furnish Ine similar service, during lianklns 11 llir-ous another persons breath, I. Ilefute to patronize sodn founif they are tains and restaurant forks, Klasses, not clean. Cups, spoon and other online; utensils should be well washed nml scalded after heinc used by one pcrton before they are used by another. Thi should be done in homes as well nt in lunch rooms nml sodn fountains. fi, Do not use pipes, mouth organs, horns, whistles or other article that another person has put Into his mouth. Keep your fingers out other objects that carry Rcrmt. 0. Wnsh your hands thoroughly when soiled. 7. Do not kiss any body on the mouth while the epidemic lasts. People may have the germs in their This Illustrated Free Book MXSh9 Modtm Mtthod of "Dicvralinf will be of great value to you and your decorator in planning the interior decorations of your home. It contains instructive articles on art in the home, color harmony, concrete information regarding the artistic finishing of your walls and ceilings. All suggestions and ' practical advice come from experienced decorators. A great many color plates designed by leading artists vividly show attractively decorated rooms. You can plan your home from these illustrations and articles, from bathroom to parlor. It also gives exact specifications for obtaining harmonious color effects with PEE CEE FLtiTKOATT. the modtm durable, tanUary flat oil finish. It comes ta 24 rich, deep, velvety colors, which are easily comb is ed into the most charming color schemes. Ask us (or Free Book or writ direct ta Peaslcc-Gaulbc- rt Heavy Penalttet In Law. Tor fnlllni: to mnko n return nn time the cnnlty In n line of not more than f 1,000 nml nn addition of 23 r cent to the tnx. If any. I'or mnklnc n fnlse hour. They couldn't be built now for twicc7LOOO When the talk turns from politics to railroads, and the traveler with the cocksure air breaks in with. "There's an awful lot of 'water in facts the railroads," here are some hard-pa- n to give him: American railroads have cost $80,900 a mile roadbed, structures, stations, yards, terminals, freight and passenger trains everything from the great city terminals to the last spike. highway costs $36,000 a mile just a bare road, not counting the cost of culverts, bridges, etc. A good concretc-nnd-asphalt or fraudulent ri'turn the penalty In n One of not moro thnn 110,000 or lin prlsoninent not cxcecillnc one year, oi both; nml. In nililltlon. M per rent ol the tnx. Then- - nn other petinltle fot falling to pny tnx when title nml foi Uliilemtntiiiielit of the tnx tlirouc! negllRi'lice. Many Soureet of Income. Aalile from "lint one tuny earn hj hi cervlret. there ore many othri wHirrrt of Income. If ho kohl nn) proerty ilurlns: 1H10 tie munt flsurc out the pilli renllieil, If he rented hullillim't. Iiiml. iipnrtnit'titt or riMimi mirli mitt mint lie omrlilcreil luxn atile. nml he may rlnlm deduction fm necettnry expetiket Incltli'lilal to rents Hank luterent It n romuion tourrt of Income nml I tnxatilu uhelher drawn or not. Any nmount nf Interest crcdltnl to n demltor U Income tc mouths for several days before they nick. Do not spit on floors, sidewalks or nny other places where the sputum will dry nnd carry infection. Shake humls as little us possible, and avoid it altogether if you or the other person is sick. If you are taking care of n person sick with influcnzia the "grippe" or n bad cold, wnh your hnnds every time after caring for him and wnsh your hands thoroughly before eating Tie n light towel, n piece of old cotton sheeting, or several thicknesses of surgical gause around the lower half of your face, for a mnsk, j protect your nose and mouth while in the sick room. 9. Allow no one in the room except those who have to care for the sick person. Do not go to the rooms need you to care for them. Persons, who appear to have u bail cold, "grippe", or influenxia should be persuaded to go home ami go to bed, for their own sakes nnd to avoid exposing others to their disease. If you become 111 yourself, set n good example; go home nnd go to bed, call your doctor and follow his Stay in bed until he says it is safe to get up; many people have gone back to work too soon nnd had a serious relapse. 10. Influenxia is undoubtedly caused by n germ. The sick get well when their bodies are able to overcome the germs. Hest in bed, light diet, plenty of water antl fresh nir urc the best medicines we know; they help the body to kill the germs. Patent medicines do no good and may do hnrm. Do not try to treat yourself. Do what your doctor tells you. II. One State Health officer says: "If physician advites vaccine treatment or vaccination prevention take his advice." Bacteriologists have found nn influenxia bacteria which appears under various names, and which has in the majority of instances proven very effective. An o d Co., Louiavills, Ky. McRoberts Drug Store THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Book-keeper. Surplus 30,000. it e. J. E. ST0RMES, Vice-PreA. n. DENNY, President. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier It. HAKIMS, Individual J. r. HUGH MOB LEY, General Book-Kecpe- Safety G. B. Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebroad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Poiey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. China's Alphabtt. alphabet of tlilrtj-nlnletters. the dcpotltor, of thousands of characters, has Interett on mortcnuet nml notet li been Invented for the Chinese Uu-rutnxnhle; nlnn ImiiiiI Interest received ire. n STOP! LOOK! A taxpayer "lin rnsliett Ids Intur mice durlnc 10U mint reort as Income nny exces received oter the total of premium pnlil, llemliert of pnrtuerMhlpn or perMHinl from conMirnllonn. LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE Our railroads couldn't be duplicated day for $150,000 a mile. to- They are capitalized for only $71,000 n mile-m- uch less than their actual value. Seventy-on- e thousand dollars today will buy one locomotive. ; tervlce corHiratlon or heneflclarlet ol mi estate or trutt must report thelt tin res of Income dlstrltiutnlile to them whether or not nctually withdrawn. Dividend of iloiiientlc corHirnllnni mutt he reporleil. Mnny other forms of Income lire tnxable, mi I est pccltlc-allI'xempletl, It Helps! There can be no doubt as to the merit ol Cardul, the woman's tonic. In the treatment ol many troubles peculiar to women. The thousands of women who have been helped by Cardul in the past 40 years, is conclusive proof that it is a Kood medicine lor women who suffer. It should help you, too. We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE y REPAIRING We can On nil makes of Automobiles or Enjrines. furnish you with n new battery or repair your old one. INCOME TAX IS DUE MARCH English railways are capitalized at $274,000 a mile; the Frenchat $155,000; German $132,000; even in Canada (still in pioneer development) they are capitalized at $67,000 a mile. The average for all foreign countries is $100,000. IS j Penalties for Delay and Failure to Make Returns Early Compliance Urged. 1 Tak Low capitalization and high operating efficiency have enabled American Railroads to pay the highest wages while charging the lowest rates. Qfiis dissociation ofRailway nimf dtthimt tkulm advertisement is published by tlw Gxeciitives titmtUtm All Income tnx returns covering the )ftir 11' must tie tiled by Mouduy, March 15. lieh taxable return must be iicvompmilfd by check or muney or. ' tier for the full amount urut leant one- iiuurter of the nmomit of tax due. Ciuli puynieiitt tire nccvptetl only at the colliK'tur' main oltlce; If Kent by mult. Itiuy are lit the tender! rink. liould lllo IlcMi'llt of Kentucky their rcturiiK ulth, uml muke payment of Income Tux to, Klvtood lliimlltnii, , Uiuln-vlllCollector of luteriml i ' CARDUI 33 Tin Woman's TwfcRj Itevt-uiie- lUttttmn h mtiliutl Tt AutUlUm Rtllw) Btttmtim. it Brfdwj, Sim Yni Viwim tttunlu riln$4 Tboe who must file return but have nut done to are warned that the revenue law Impute heavy pcnultlct for failure to gel return In on time or to niiike payments on time. Kurly tiling nml early puymeut are uriied, In order tu relieve the Interwtl revenue oltlcce at muct- us imiIIiI of uu overloaJ ou the uuul day, MurcU IX Mrs. N. I!. Vcxner, of writcst "1 was passing through the . . . My back and sides were terrible, and my suffering Indcicriba-bl- e. I can't tell Just how and where I hurt, about ait over, i think . . . I began Cardul, and my pains crew less and less, uatil Iwas cured. I ara remarkably strong for a woman 04 years of age. 1 do all my housework." Try CanhkL today. lllxson, Tcmi., battery charser We have installed now ready for battery charging. and are With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine wo can weld 'most any broken part of nn gas engine or farming machinery. At nny time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or nny other kind of machinery, call us and we will bo glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a largo stock of nuto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. Wo handle the Now Crown Gnsollno which gives moro mileage than nny other gasolino on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wnsh and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and N'ight. Satisfaction guaranteed. auto-mobil- e, 3 tTi Patrick Pkeaa & Conn. yi HENRY P. CONN, Chief Meckaaic. PAINT LICK, KY. 31. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 4 1920. PALMER IN Miller. THE RING. Kuby, the 12 year old dnurth-te- r Little of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Miller d.ed It niny be wifely Hswumed now that President Wilson will Inst Friday night, Februnry 27th, at 8:30 o'clock, after an Illness of onl) not be n cnntlldnte for n third six days, of tlu and pneumonia, A. MITCHELL Little Kuby was loved by nil who knew her. She leave to mourn her Ion. father, mother, two sitters, and three brothers. She was laid to rest in the l.anrnter cemetery, Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. The parents nre extended much sympathy In the loss of tluir darting daughter, but ma) they look to Hint who docth all thing well. "Dearest Kuby thou has't left them, Here thy loss they deeply feel, Hut 'tis (iod who hath bereft them, He can all their sorrows heal." VIRGINIA CAROLINA V: 1 Our Bill Never Kills We We We We do high grade PLUMBING. do it PROMPTLY. do it EFFICIENTLY. do it as you want it DONE. Our bill will not kill It is always modest. J H Conn tsn Lauctl Weekly. -- Brothers. 111 j '"LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." The Central Record 1 irirlfl si $1.50 Advance. term, but the democratic party for the hns a rvnPcnmlitlntc In the announce presidency ment of the Attorney Ceneral, How A. Mitchell Palmer. many others may be In we can not predict at this time. How ever, should Kootl looks be the test of presidential timber the attorney Konornl would be a sure winner. Hut this is not all that may be said of him. He has brnins and the energy to use them, and the courage to light for what he believes to be riuht. A. Mitchell Palmer is one of the big men of the nation. It may also be truly said of him that It will not be necessary to assay his whole po litical life to ascertain his poli tics. He is a democrat from A to Z. Others may come in the race better suited to lead the party in the present light than the Attorney General, but he will be in at the finish, and will have a big following from the beginning. -- FERTILIZER IS BEST FOR TOBACCO LAND AND BEDS. IMPROVES THE QUALITY INCREASES THE YIELD, Rothwell. Mr. Samuel D. Kothwoll. need 7S years died at the home of Mrs. Sarah Hnmmack. in Khttwood. where he had made his home for several months, lie passed away pcnccfully after n short Illness of only n few hours, last Saturday morning. Mr. Rothwell was" one of our best known and best like ! citizens nnd his passing will be learned with deep re gret by the many friends that he had and with whom he loved to associate He wan an old Union soldier and made a record during the civil war that he nmUii friends were justly proud of For a number of yearn he was the jailer of this county and made an Hie wife preceded Meal otflcial. him to the grave about Aftvvn vears ago and bU only son. Mortimer, having died about Ave years ago. The death of the latter seemed to hasten hi days nnd for whom he was especially devoted. He was a member of the Christian church ami a member of the Masonic order. The funeral services were conducted at the cemetery kit Sunday afternoon, with appropriate ceremonies conducted by the local lodge of Masons, after which the r emu ins cemewere interred In the tery. MATURES the TOBACCO EARLIER, LET US BOOK YOUR ORDER NOW. The best fertilizer is the cheapest. Fertilizer for Corn and Onts Land. First Shipment now in. -- X. Year. For nil publicationt In the Inter- t of Individuals or expres P.y.bl. The Victory Realty Company, of sion of individual view, per 10 which .Mr. S. A. Wnlkcr Is the gen line J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. , .06 eral ihuihikit, clonal n very suecc n I. EI.KIV. Local Editor and Mcr. Obltunries, per line ful sale at Winchester last Friday, when thi company sold for the Mu FOR CONGRESS. Sntcrcd nt the Post Office in Lantual Oil and Running company, .11 1 Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s We are authorized to announce lots at an average of $11 1.00 Matter. RALPH GILHEKT. of Shelby county, n candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the Conductor Len Pardon and tlK Lucuter, Ky., March 4. 1920 Eighth Congressional District of man. Everett Duncan, who run Kentucky. State Primary Election, every other day on trams I!" nnd'"S, Member Kentucky Tress Association Saturday, August 7, 1920. were loading quite chesty last Friand day, for they were handling n full Eighth District Publishers League. veetibulcd train, which ran for the You Know What He Wanted. prat time on this day Through the When hie father nkeil ChMrlcs what Raits For Political Announcement,. he wanted for hU ttunl birthday, courtesy of Supt. W. F. Sheridan the ha r'or Precinct and City Officcs..$5.00 raid : "Oh, one of thoe horsle. yon ' patrons of this popular train are es- , We sincerely 10.00 know-- that keeps on indebted. ?or County Offices hut ticer pecially "or State and District Offices.. 1C.00 I gets any where" j trust the change will be permanent. Victory Sale. Card of Thanks. We thank our many Won.niless Wedding u I friemis Ii'.t u' rrids riignt at School March 13th. Vestibule Train. neighbors for their kindnes in our r Suumi rn for sale in wsgen sad bereavement in the lose of our hmd hsU. daughter and sstor. May the Lord , Hudson. Haghes and Farnau. reward thorn for their kindness. t. Mr. ami Mrs. Henry A. Moore ami eblWren. No! You Don't Insure Whit's the Benefit? The trend of an ItnciHIi Inventor aHlMinobUe maU p Your "Lizzy" McKamey. On Friday, February 'JOlh, as day began to show iu raya of light, the Angel of Death hovered iU icy wings over the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. onn ami chilmcd their daughter. McKamey. Conn Mrs. Pocahontas She was born in (Jarrartl county. where she spent her early life, her parenU moving to Wllmor Ky, later. At a young age she taught school in th county. She then entered school at Somerset where she took a course in a Husinee CelleKc. ami after educating herself an a stenographer, she held many prominent positions. Far seme time she worked for Gov. Khlwiit Marrow of Somerset, then jcoing to El I 'am Texas, where she mtt her husband. Mr. O. IU preceding hor to II. McKamey. the grave two years ago. Returning to her homo at Vilutore, her health j beimn to full and she wont to the Western states, thinking thore miirht be Mm hope. Her doath whs oho to tuborrulosi and all that Iovibk Hand could do wsm done but te no avail. She bore kor MitTerintr with out a murmur, anl asked for no nr to be troubles! about her. She loaves to mourn her loss her; father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Conn of Witmore, Ky.. three uh Urs, Mrs. W. K. Tudor of Paint Lick. Mrs. Albert Holmes of Clay City Ky. and Bosoie Kd wards of Kansas City, Mo . ami four bxwthen, W W. Conn of Ravenna. M. O, of LexinictoH. S. J. of Cincinnati Ohio, ami J. t. of NVhohuviUe. to all of when we extend our deepen sympathy in their deep hour of ssmtow. Hut may the words she loft bohiml be word of comfort and root nasurod ahe is at peace. For when she rwiliijd death was near, she aahod that no unu grieve for her, that she was not alone God would be with her nil the wy. After funeral service the was kni peacefully to root beneath n beuuti-fmound of tUwors to awaK the C ; j i ul 1 THE 'in NEW EDISON imhuiii mm n LasWsmoVtmWX'jHBV I "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH A SOUL" in tire contain tiwu'mas nt eel. so iwertesl In I Hit they knrn a atttek as an Autonet mobile. Fire from any cause, rate the nil4'r that the latter 7S cent to $1.04 tooeh the crwnnd per tltH) You Auto Ford Gaines Ineurante at this Needs to Or Shown. Specml rale on flne cars price. A Missouri merchant advertise: a choice Ut of "TUM week we draperliw, cfetuune and whsh heavier Resolutions. stuff nwkinc klsmwiHs irf. I ilon't Whereas, (iod m his whMlem and klww what a kHnnno K tmt that's IUmihii Tranwtwt lt' fw. anyhow." mercy hns seen Si to rait from our script. midst Kmaxi Washburn Priee. wife f T. J. Price, Feb. th. 10SO. Rubber Preservative. Therefare he it resolved Unit the mvpHratlon that may Im lor "vltc mhlicr may le made Uy Lanenstftr Womans Chib has lost an ' mb a dntlon of Inn ever faithful and Inful member, that saturated 'I e In tlenatHml nlcihe!. the lenses of the CKlb extend their m f satnrnlHtn Is known hy a heartfnk symnnthy to the bereaved f MrnHMMltcl tnriwntlne re husband and fri-ila the alcohol. A little lonre That n cony it these reeohjlion I e Miltjnl to iMaeolve this drori sent to the Kerord for puhhcntion i the MdotkHt Is satHntteil. Mrs. J 11. Kinnaird. t nrtliles shnabl ho oceaiMiUy Mr. W H IWrion. "'ml ,ir swalitHxl with IW it, fr h1 :! I Mrs. i "h Stt..n. Con. Save Your Cream BY USING A ! DE LAVAL Cream yjANY their machines? Why not mate a few inquiries? You'll find t!ut the De Ltval is giving ihem rnoicv. croam end better icrcam; that it- is omiail to ttwn, to clean and to care for; vciy seldom gets out of odw and never - WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO COME TO OUR Separator. Lavak STORE, And hear a dumonstnttlon of the NEW EDISON the phonogmiih whleh gives you nil that is in music. The Now Edison is not a Utlking machine mid is not rosnufneturad in a talking machine faetory. It Is a lxborntory product hihiIo in the world's greatest laboratories. You will of your neighbors arc Ming De Have you ever aifccd any of them how ihey like call. MAKE US A,VISIT. not be urgd to buy ; we shall b content to kuve yotl make us a HOUSE-HOLD coming of a brighter day. WE HAVE A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF Hurrah For "Windy." John Wind)" Scott, eocpert tobacco auctioneer, who finishes his con-tt for setting at Lancaster tobacFriday, will next co warehouse leave in a few days for Toronto, Canada, where he wll sell tobacco on the brakes for the Mret loose laf tobacco warehouse ovir in Canada. He signcsl the eontract to inuke the sales for this Arm Monday. In the early fall lie sell en the South Carolina brakes, then eomcu to the Hurley belt, and will wind up the season in Cnnadu. It Is sahl he Is the only tobotco auctioneer from the Hurley district tliut will sell on the Toronto brakes. Jessamine News. tt jeeim to wear out. Your neighbors tviH back up wnai wc nac loinii; you about the De Laval, FURNISHINGS. Whether your desire and need w for a new suite for the dining, living or bedrooms, or a single piece for any room, you may select it at our store. di So will any of the other 2.325,000 Dc Lavcl UMTS, acll you a D bvvnl on easy terms. Como In, examlnu the macliino and talk it over. Vo-wil- LIVING ROOM SUITES $125.00 up to $600.00. BED ROOM SUITES $175.00 up to $400.00. l TAUcrrovrjtwmi YouRNuciiaort PINING ROOM SUITES $150.00 up to $400.00. SOONER OR LATER YOU WILL BUY A TRIBBLE & REYNIERSON DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE AND RUG STORE 01 LAVAL BROS. GILCHER HOTEL BLOCK. DANVILLE, KY. STRAIGHT SALARY $35.00 per week and expenses to man or woman with rig to Introduce POULTRY Eureka Mfg. Co., MIXTURE. East St. Louis, III. It-pi- t, HASELDEN The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Mch 4, 1920 TO OUR PATRON- SWE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. POST-OFFIC- E Cut-lin- Mr. I.uther (ilbhs, Mr. V Mmon, nml MIm Klluilirth (iihlm hern rrrent vinitor in Dnnville. MIm Lena Killion who hit II hne had llu Mailable Ranges, $95.00; Good Slccl Range $55.00; nml pncunionjn able to he out ni?nln friend will be Kind to lenrn. g hr Oliver Riding Plow $G3.00; Walking Plow $17.50; Oliver Mr. Joe Kavjiinuirh hn accented Harrow $50.00; Oliver Smoothing Harrow $20.00; Oliver Cultivator $55.00; John Deere Cultivator $55.00; tluena Vitn n portion in the Itevenue service wllh hcndriinrtrr nt uin muter. Saddle $31,75; Break Harne $28.75. On account of let rent we arc trimming our prices and Mr. J. II. Klnnnlnl hn recovered not our cuitomer. Come in and get your hare. 4 ft. wire from her recent HlncM much to the fence GO cent rod, while it Krntlflrntfeii of her many friend. lat. J. R. MOUNT The Iti & lon O Deal House. MIm Klizn CO. in Mr. Drown, of Stunfonl. spout Tuoiliiy with her on, Mr. and Mr I'rewott Drown on Dunvillii avenue. vhdtlng relative Gossip About People A BrUI Mintlon ot Iht Comlnji tnd Oolnjt byThM Wi Art iMenilid In. Somerset. ha MIm J twin Mount rtttuntwl from nn extended vi.lt to her idoter, old home. Mr. T. M. Vllion In DowllnR Ores Mntwr wa Mr Jack WhlUaker, I In (5rcen crved. A is nlwnyn the rnc the irurt of hi mother, with nlfnir nt Hint dolichtful home, the dinner wa elnbornte nnd perfect Mrs. Dcrt llrnyfirld I quite 111 nt nil It appointment. Cover were hr room on Dnnville street. The in for Mr. nnd Mr. Ouy DavhUon, laid mnny friend ef this popular young Mr. nml Mr. Jnme llentley, Mr. nnd woman regret to henr thi. Mr. Will Dmbry, Mr. nnd Mr. Snm V. Mr. and Mr. . White of Hatrlilcn. Mr. nnd Mr. Henley nnd Mter Itoger Dourland. l'renchrrville, are the proud parents of a beautiful little irirl Hint arrived Thu following invitation ef nt their home on the 2fith. The lit iiileret have been iuei to the puh tie MIm has been chrhdened Olnily lie: Virginia. Dr. and Mr. Harrington Vanderl.p Invite you to be present nt the Mr. John Watkln. of .Sednllu, Mn., mnrringe of their daughter Im been viitlnr ni brather, Mr. Will (Sonevievc (Jwomlolyn ha been Watkin. Mr. Watkln to thirty-fiv- e away from Ijinemter year nnd thhi t hh flnt vtdl to hi Hon. Archibald I'ercivnl M.iiMlleId, burvr. Ind Ila-tln Classified Column RATESi 5 rrii Single insertions Ic n word 0 5 Mo il taken for les than 20c J J In this column. Nn ml in this 5 S column rhnrged. J Seven insertion for the 2 price of five. S S Phone order mut be paid $ promptly. atXRaxmtHHJrniOta xsdckst a kick FOUND: A I'ndny evenia. Mr. n.l John F. Doolin mid dnuch Mr John Miley Anion hn just purchased it hamWomc llutck car of Mr. ter. KIIh (pent Sottirdny nicht with their ilauKMer, Mr. Wlllli.in It. I'loa- I. II. Conn. ton. Lieut. Lufien M. (SrHiit, uf the U. The nmih)' frivndi of Mr. nml Mm, S 8. Knlls. ha been thu guct of Hph I'. Drown are clad to know they relative. III Iwve recuvered from tholr Itev. J. It. Moormun Mini the ul Utn-cant- Mi. Clwulte Sander frem LouiiMllc ha returned pit nt the ChrUtlan church nt Sunday. Shop-hcrdavll-lc in. rerit Mr. Mr. John Harnest Dunlin left on dred Jtondoy far town. Mr. visit m a) Mr. In I.j1vI11o. h Smlloy 11(11 hnv I b.mi ative lltlo) In J. A. Iteaoley uml .MIm Milbare Ihmh vMMlNI rel- Danville. day. Mi. V. S, Hlkln. arrtviwl frm Atlaiita today nnd vlll be doa on! aal xihU f rvhidtw fur Dr. aMl Mr. Hrry rtfcUv Mr. S. Iludwm Springfield. Friend are glad to ee Mr. W. A a tw Spcith (Hit amdn after aw iHmmb af and friend vfcdttag rveral tiny of llu. Tmma. fr Mia KUwhHtli C.UU left muHtlM WU to relattv In .Vwrla CarottMi Tita- - 4d Mr . W. It. Cook of wore in tammtter Saturday. Dan-vtst- Mr. nnd Mra. Henry Ituy and fami-lwho have been III with lafkicnsa y. an somewhat better. Mr. C. It. Ilanry and Imkre anl Jmmm Allltan, week end with hor rMldrm nnt the V. O Mm. Sam IIaftMon Imm boa viall- - Clark. Mr. ami Mr. Had Oark pont Sine Ing her parent, Mr. mimI .Mr. Dan-caday witfc W. G. Clark and family. Mr. JepMne I'epples ami baby, la N'lchowsvlllo. VHHtlHX her of rvhKM. are. HIM Knonheta Collier, of 1nn.. Mr. Wody Dicker I). Smp- has NMHlMr. .Mr. J. It. Ilarrt nnd Mr. Kkx it vkdttng wr wbU Mrs. U. bean ill ef tin at hi home M Map. HarrK 44 or, Mr. hr llrtoeae Cmn, Fmnk Conn and Charlie ftanhin returned from Flint Mich., last Sunday, driving The funnlct ever, the "Womenloa thieo hnmhtomc llukk ear back, wediNng" at school auditorium, Friwhich are elling rapMly In thai coun day night. March I'Jtli. ty nt preent. oar corn for nlt in vnoa Mra. I.atfaH Wood and daughlur, load lot, tittle Mia Mary Virfttnla Wood, who ami Fa man. Hudson, Hugh have been spending the ait month t. with Mr. Wand' idstor. Mrs, John Meltohort Mouat and Mr. Mount a. . WA.VTF.D: To mirekaeo a smalt Atlanta will retHrn today. Admr fnrm from II to 10 aero near the Doylo Hne. Well improvotl. ate. Geontwt Aadonton. Mr Ko ItastiH mtrtlrHMi tho S. Second Street. Danvillo Ky. MwstiH committo of the ytwmr miaaionHry rirrlo UVdna lad afterwoon in homtr of Mr. It II. Sale. . llMrland. A dlb:lMfHl salad roar! Mr. J. K. Itobinion sold Inst week w rvod and the atfair 'proved a Im .1 Weil and Co., Kfty-tw- o ba.i of moot oajwyakio ane. fat cuttle tlatt nveniged about 100 Mr. Carrie Davidson, of lneao-Im- - pord for 10 cent a mund. Vk; who ha htea apottdlng lh were conidrrel khi heat Ituacn of mmth with her mm, Mr. It. U Dav-M- attle that ha li.n hipped from in Oklahuwa. returnwl Thur-dahere for everal niurlh. and will vfcdt Iwr daughter. Mr. '.. T. Rico, on th SuMmit the tint of $2,500,000. Ufi-J- Mnreh fJth, 192", at the m'hool Auditorium At 8 o'clock." Apply at thl LOST: I0U0 elflco. auto llecnr. Itpd. Yellow cow hide rug. Dr. .1. A. Anton. CASH: For old wool nrpct, soiled Ilrucl Hug. I'hone 3D 7. Mis Fannie IINhop. FOIl SALK: Some extrn nice Timothy hay. IWSCdtt. bal-o- il J. Some W. Klmore. FOIt S.M.KJ buy. Phono 8S. looe timothy II. C. Wearren. milk sow. Lick, Ky. Htev-alw- F0K It-p- &LR:-Uo- d Looy II. d. fmiisi, Faint Cattle VOK Hand SAL Good eandltloa. Frht ii. r. J. FOH SALK: A Storme. draft mar oo, worker. 5 ami pair of year old. Rood Dr. l'rlntu Walker. good K o y Mta Marisnret KtltUrt vfcdted bur Mr. Jim lloorao wh eatted U Mithwther, Dr. M. II. f9HU In Danvttlc ch eW, Intl.. Im attend the lmriwl of mm Saturday. cousin. Mr. Henry llurlew. Mr., nml .Mr. B. Prescett Drown f UMiMMNd ku Mr. L. T. Ithw fowl the wk and In Stanford with We pmlinK the eek wHii Mr remtfvo. IttteoM I 'rip hrey ml family. JaOttc mmI Mm. IV Statw Mr. Itutll Drawn ami baWy. In th AalameWIe Show Kuitbn. ef llryantavill, ure whjU f her mwther. Mr. S. D CKhra! Representative Mack Morgan, wn Mr. Hayilen Leavell. Mm Frank tip for thr day lal Saturday to Attend the ItepuhUean county cenven-lio- n ThomixKin anl little ilauKhtvr have heen iitititiK frieniU in Dnnville avenue i improving r4dly. tit wook. -- Itiehmoml IUghiter. Insurance WANTEDi Old earpet. Cloth-inand a little money, to make you a new valuable rug. MIm Fnnnlc Uhihop. l!S-7- t. tr 1'intl are maklne tlusr homo 1th Mr. CuiwmIim' hIo, Mr. U'llllam It. I'ritan. Mr CarraM llniley, wao Im vbmUnk kar daughter, Mr. V. HrouH, hn returnwl to her Mr. Sumv A. Cumsaia and taui;lK biH I'roa-ru- tl hmo Mr. Harvey Mcl.am. ami Mr. Mc Not one dii'atifthed cutomr. haao. wrre Ktita of Mr. and Mn Jame I(urnid for the week end. Thousand of dollar paid annually Mr. Mr lane h hh ohl (inrrard boy, from tin olfice in lowe. l'romptnc xain popularity. imm u hi iirsl viut hero for thirty-Happinemi alwny prevnile, when two year. He fc a Mm of Mr. and Mr. It, (). MeUne, of Nrndtville. OA INKS insurance Xxiit. In Effect. F0U SALK: "Old,Trusty" Incu-lito- r. ISO egg idle aad brooder. All in Rol condition. Mr. Henry Mwo. l. bt 10ST: diamond On Llngton la Stanford. Tonn, Young-Pruei- tt. ring with antique setting. Liberal reward to Under. Z Elizabeth Rlbb. 4ret. T ! i C) SPEED-U- P 1 SALE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD BY APRIL 1st. BETTER HURRY IF YOU WANT BARGAINS. Boys $1. fleeced lined Shirts and Drawers, only 19 cents. Children's White Shoes and Oxfords as low as $1.00. Mens $8. and $10. fine shoes $4.98. Mens $4 to $6. work shoes only $2.98 Mens Overshoes $2.98. Any Sweater in the House for $2.00. Mens 25 and 50 cent collars only 15c. Mens tics worth up to $1.00 only 25c. Mens 75c wool sox only 25 cents. Mens Cotton sox only 10 cents. Ladies Cotton Hose only 10 cents. Children and Mics Hoto a low a 15 cunt. Palm Olive Soap 3 enke for 25 cents. Butter Milk tonp per cake 3 cents. Coy Suits $2.38. Boy Overall 75 cent. Mens Best Overall $2.50. Men Unionnlls $3.50. Hi s II) Mr. J. ('. Kiuthy wa in ta city Jnhfi Himry and attnictlve Saturday, having jtsot reeoverod StuNa. wore rece.Ht dauHhtur. Mh Tnitr af Mr. 0. It. Henry aatl Mrs. from a sovere nttnek of imoumoair The hand if ainirtlon ha fallen hrnv- Milton Ward. ily Hpoa hi family during the Mr. I.uei l'4tUw Mtarttod trNH fow month hi tather lm1ng dlwl o month tay m Mhnal, Ma. Ii January Uh. aad new hi hrothot thu Frank- - i dom with the same 4 rrirarto a itlljlNful trip m Mnal. viimato Mr. . Mary WUHans and her Mr. Joaaan Dull, whe lata been daHhter. Mr. Oloo Drown, ef Mt. quite ill at her home oh Utebmoiid Voraoii, arrivml this week to viit her nmay f Heads tho family of M. C. Willkim. .Mr. ttreet. I will k pliiMfed to know. Broun ha applied far a paw port II. II. llntatm rmuia quite to Kngland ami will loave soon to vit-- it Mr hor on. Col. J. W. Drown, at In-dn- . ill with lb rUi at her room cm Dan She will le ftonm mImhU six ville street aad friend are wish month.- - Soraoniet JournaL hi her a tiktk reewvory. J. O. Hki will Ion rcmomltcr hi Mr. and Mr. ThM Curroy huv ro- turnel frw a doDHhtul vWL in 15th birthday. Jjut Tmday mora-ia- g $ft roackmt as cla room, hi Tiilaa Okla.. Crttfoyville. Kawiai. St teachor. Mia Smith aad rlaaunaur t.uui M.. and Wiehlta Kail Ttnuw hai. a tdrthday hmowot ( fift awnlt-h- i Mr. nt ut A weddmir which will be of much interest to the many friend of Mi I'ruoitt Sue Young nnd Mr. Mo took place in Hamilton Ohio, on Wednesday afternoon February 25, I'JSO. STKAYKD From my place, Friday 13th, yellow sow, weight about I7f pounds. I'eward. Mack Turner, tf. Mnrktbury, Ky. The bride to a lovly and accom- lict. plished younc lady ef Hamilton. She wa boautifu) in a modhdi spring uit shoo lprvin; hr I 1 Mr. left last Friday for h'owiorovillw, Mlh7. whro I lead rm Jw I ii) I I Jam, ltuu I fi) 1 1 C) I I ) Tooth Brushes 10 cents. A good broom for 50 cent. Shnkei Broom 75 cents. Pink Salmon per can 20 cents. Best Corn per can 15 cents. Lipton' Tea, per pound, 75 cents. Good Coffee, per pound, 25 cents. Good Prunes, per pound 20 cents. Best Peaches per pound, 30 cents. Men Leggins, 90 cent. Men Slicker Coat $4.50. Men Ruin Coat $2.98. Ladies Rain Coals, $2.98. Good Blanket, each $1.75. i I 1 (!) ' G FIXTURES FOR SALE. LEASE ON BUILD-INFOR RENT. HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS REMEMBER WE MUST GET NOT MENTIONED. OUT BY APRIL 1st. I 1 Sanders Variety Store I THE BARGAIN CENTER. I of Stanford, tpunt Sunday with Mr. rvportlng at Lexington and Mr. Hay nml daughter at tae for further order. "Mac" a ho wa homo uf Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T. Itffan familiarly known hero, made many friend during UU tny Wore, ami all on l.oxiNttttMi uvttHua. ko(e llial he amy bo with u agnin Mr. and Mr. Nupo l'rieo have neat soaoon. movod tu Mr. Jakimon 1'riew' hNti MUi Lnvorne Hick vv the hostos oh Itirliwuml Slrwet. Tho koite they vneaiod will Im mmhIm! hy Mr. an.! at one af the mqt delightful alfnlr of the sooton, u narty given SaturMr. Walker. Jr. day evoNiair t hor ftiburban home on Curt Sun ford. Story Her the Danvillo road in honor uf Mr. ran and 1'oUt Walktr loft ln4 Moa- - Jwf Jordan, of I.oxlugUn. Tho day far Dotruit, "Mich., whoro th hottM wa attrative with decoration havo aeroitd poUioiM with the of pink flower nnd forn. Th uw DtMto Motor Car CtHapuny. color sohom wu uod in th m enko and ininU taut wort Mr. W. S. Klfcia. Jr., af Atlanta cream, orvod. Tho uo iavludrd: Mb wa in th city far a few days iW Judith UaaloU, Mia Taohaa Hot i:b iraetd of hi father, dipt. T. A. ton, .Ma Miimlv Stupp, Mk Lac.lU lie left for I.oulvlilo hut SunMr. Carl IVrkia. Mr. luul day, artHNpnnll by Carlton Klkin Suto. Jtvp, Mr. Murn Swinobroad, Mr. MoMra Churlie A.l.ury. Willi Hal- Harl ,Svup. Mr. S. I). Cochrun nnd ey. Fnul Chapman nnd Joe Jordan. Mr. Kuttone Cochran. M wao Mn run ret Jordan uml Sarah Mr. uml Mr. Do Ilnstiu. of Hill Thomui Hnluy, ull of l.cxitiKtoti, were . Court, wire ut home to a number of Kucst uf MIm I.averne Hicks, tluir friend at it dinner party complimentary to Kevr and Mr. K. II. of Mr, Hourland, on Tucsdny evening. The The numerous friend t'luirllo l Moore, who hn been quite home was decorated in pink and ill at her homo on Richmond street white carnations, nnd the tsble deco will h K'nd to know she Is Improv- ration and the menu were nlo In ing rupidly, unit will soon be hcnelf pink and white in so fsr as win posHpuin, sible. An elegant six course ntvnu hoad-quarter Dr. lloNdtoM, who ha decdei tl jo lo .Kate in this dandM ICnvtern city. low hnppy return, V. K. Ilurtan. Mhw Martha Mr Knvnauirh. Mta MIhuIo Mne Iloh Irvine Stnpp, a frtwlnaan at the htwn and Mk Kntlo Dnraw Dicker-- UnVroraity of Koatucky. i a tudoai tn have boon rofuHt riitftar in Itx- - ,thyhc Colteg of Agriculture. Ite- fUitn hning won many friend by hi inttten. chourful dnmoiUtM. Irvia ha Uikuu Mr. K. ('. Taakawioy and on. a prominent part in University afof Hamittaw Olato, were tat) fair. Ho i aiTilkitod with the Kapaf panmt. .Mr. aad Mr. pa Sigma Fraternity, ia already a J. V. I'Hiapbroy. tao KtMor part of pronunoat member uf the Agriculaat wook. ltural Society ami i Herguant of ComMr. JaMtde Slavic who rrrwntiy pany K in th Halnltkm of Cadet. ukl hor farm on thu road. Mr. K. F. McOinai. the gonial and - with Mr. ami Mr, ('vome I). Uttkpopuhir foroman for the ItoyHold UWir beautiful eMintry hme iniMtn at ToWictHi Co., who the mt i tho Utaaford pike. wn in lncaitor, returned Mnnda Mr. nml Mr. Hull ami daughter. to his homo in I'na. Ky, after war, arrival TH many and thiut rocoivod aro ovWoaeo uf poiHilarity of J. O. ataang Mm fol. tudni. Hera' wibiait mnny beau-tif- ar ltlohad of blue trieotine with hat, fur and 2.2.2Upd. to match. The groom if a FOIt SALK: Forty bkok face prominent young man of this place, and i the adopted sen of Mr. nnd ew, beginning to lamb and some Aberdeen-Angu- s rsgiitcred bulls Mr. Lee Frueitt. Harry Fryo, and heifer. The marriage of this uatlmnblo 2- - 26-3Hubble. Ky. eettplo i the of a happy couu- hip of several mouth, and we warn U em a long life of happin. 1916 Ford Touring cur $37.00. 101A Uuick touring car $400,00. Phillips-Co- x. 1917 Chalmcn touring car $G50,00. Mr. Walter ('. Cox, of .alienator, All RuaranteiHl. and MUs Ulanrh M. Ittilliu of thw I. II. Conn or Conn & city were united in marrtaao in g Indiana, Saturday FOR SALE. at 11:30 o'clock.' The wodtNaR One 111 Ton Republic Trtiek. o awnouneomont came a a grout thoroughly rebuilt. tu the many fnonds of the One H4 Ton U. S. Trak, nearly par tie. Mr. Cox is a Wn new. of .Mr. aad Mr. Fondletan Cox, and II either of the ahovo ra- Will is a well rosported young lHiinoo onabhs. Call, man. HI bride is a moot otlnmld Henry Moore or O. It. Carpenter. young htdy of thi city; hi honored . at Carrard M il. ami admired by ail her friend and i the daughter uf Mr. ami Mr. David 1'hiitip. The younsr couple will he in IoMHvillo for sovoral day. Im mediately on their roturn they Will go to houokfopimr tm Danville trevt m LancAAior. lit newly wod have ti i Oil host vUh of all for a life uf pro perity and ha pr Danville Exchange for Cattle FOIt SALK: Dandy Thorough-bre- d Feland China Doar. J. V. West, Paint LIek, H. 'J. rult 1. For'Sale. Cn. mh-in- our-pri- x !6-i- aflaeaexi0t for Sale t i- - pnt Anderson-Morga- n. Two Teams Mules i Je Mr Ill-ki- Suh-ilny- At 4:80 Saturday afternoon m tluparlor of The Seellmch in lAuitvilh Mhw Mary Bank Andnron and Mr. ' Wilthim (iilhort .Morgan were unite In nuitrimoay, Hv. W. N. Uriney. of the Drouduay I'hrwtlnn elmrch, performing the cvromony, which wai brief, yit lteautiful. Tho bride, is the daughter of Mr. and Mr Henry Cloy Anderson, of thi t. and who i a mot charming girl, w blue coat suit uml large black Mt aad carriod violut and Mr. ar. rooo. Alwny prutty, nor bva.itt howod tu it best advantage on tint audcieuf oceasloa. She i un un uMtally Mne younc woman, has a hot of friend) and will prove a holpmee. in all tho word mean. Mr. Murym. recently moved to thl county fr$m Garrard, having bought the splemu Joth Jeno farm, one of the be, I He w an k-all thi soctioH. inn and hn already proven himef a success at farming. Their wa a ease of love at tint sight, for the have been sweetheart ince their lint meeting. After spending a du oru in Louiville, Mr. and Mr. Morgan went to Frankfort for today and1 will return home tonight. They will go at once to their country home, where Mr. Morgan hn everything in ship !upe (or his bonnie bride. Interior Journal. it-. Single Comb Brown Leghorn Eggs ERLE C. FARRA H.)173 LANCASTER. KY ' For Up-To-Da- te o : Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, o w u a Repairing, Painting and all kinds of : Tin Work SKK OR I'HONE i PMilliams&Co l.ancstter, Ky, Quick Service and Good Work The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Mch 4, ! 1 920 CARD S.J M. S. DENTfST Office HATFIELD Thn:,-- "'r or Th 5 Garrard Bank. HVitn':JJ J.J.Byrne Exclusive, Optometrist. DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Offlca Hour A to 12 and I to 5 p.m. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR OlTW Over National Hank. Iteildence t'hone 3. Office Phone LANCASTER KY. 27 H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Liok. Kentuckv. Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Callt Amxtrtd Promptly Day or Nleht. Phon. 317. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. JONM WHITE CO. D. No. 3 LOUrtVHXC.KV. Likaral aaaartwaat as full vain far .FURS MM Mt Ula The undersigned hereby (jive warning to all persons not to trespass upon POSTED lur lands for any purpose whatever is we will proseute all offenders to th? fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially Uke notice. It. L. Elkin. Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hockley, Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, L'dd and K. D. Price. S. C. Riffsby. 0. J. M. Anderson. It. L. Barker D. I. Kelley. C. Klgsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy Stcnog Among the Romans. not ccnenilly known I tint stenography us n profession was followed as long ago as the day of the Roman il empire Poets, who nre sometimes nowadays for huvlng private stenographers, had then In the fourth century of our era. It rldl-cuU- Southern Optica! Co. Incorporated T Manufacturers of EYE Ptrfect-Flttln- g SPECTACLES AND CLASSES J Krjpteks Invisible Artificial Ejei Illfocal aiu 4th 4 Chestnut St., KY. LOUISVILLE, trusts committed to them by the people. We believe that the Adjutant General nnd officers in charge of the the Sheriff and his deputies nnd the DUE policemen used every effort without to Ag- resorting to the use of firearms until "Will Only the last extremity to prevent the tur btilent members of the crowd from Business Men. Farmers and Wage forcing their way Into the Court Workers Must File Schedules House nnd overpowering the nuthorlAs ties for the purpose of taking posses- of Income (or 1919. Body sion of the prisoner nnd recking their vengeance upon him. filing date. AMPLE EVIDENCE AT HAND "We approve of the masterly man march is agement of the crowd by General LexInKton, Ky., The tlnnl chap- Marshall nnd his officers commandNtt Incomes of $1,000 or Over, If Sin ter of the riot of February t, In ing the United States troops ami gle; or $2,000 or Over If Married, which six men were killed nnd more his soldiers, and particularly for Must Be Reported. than n score were wounded In nn at- their tactful conduct and domean- sweet for all tempt to lynch Will l.ockett, was lor toward our citlaens during the The Income Tax linimvil hy Art written this week when the special period that the county was under on enmities of the year Krnnd jury reported it had decided martial law. of Coiicre HI !! Is now being collected. to return no indictments, ns such ac Prats Girl's Mrolhrr. Returns under ontli liiut W-- made tion "will only tend to nitumvatc "We especially desire to express on or before Mnrdi If. hy every rill an already tense situation, encender our sincere admiration for the superb ret! nud reddent who had n net In-- more passion nnd bitter feeling in courage, manliness nnd good citiamounting to! oino for ll'llt the county nnd State and keep alive zenship of the brother of the murder$l,l: or over. If slnsle; or If mnr-rh- such as now exists.' mid living opart from wife (or Kerr said ed girl, who through his written Circuit Judne Charles 111 nerVUS r liu'nlid) ; or If whlow.il or dlvorctv he believed the jurors had token the card appealed to the public to let J.Mno or o it. If married ntul living course their consciences dictated and the law take its course and not to indulge in violence of any kind Willi wife (or hulmud). that their action should be accepted "If he to whom the unfortunate Tlx status of Hm iK'nxm on tin lnt hy the community. lny of the year fixes the statu for he said, little victim of the horrible crime "I certainly accept It. Hit year lth respect to the aloe and the body, in session since last of the negro was near ami dear by ties of blood nnd affection could conrequirements. Saturday, win discharged. trol his natural indignation, horror Fiider any of these circumstances n Had Ampl ETldencr. and desire for vengennce In obedireturn mint be ni.ul, even thoiuli no lux Is due. In the report it Is stated suffici ence to the high dictates of 11 lofty Husband ntul wife muM consider ent evidence was obtained to war citizenship, it surely should not have tlit Income of IhiIIi, plus that of rant the return of Indictments against been the duty or place of men who 111 (HMiitftit minor children, meeting various persons "and this jury with- did not even know the girl to underHit nipilrcmcnt : and. If sufficient to take to overthrow the law, overpowrequire n ri'turti, nil Items must In out fear or favor and unmoved criticism would have made er the authorities, interrupt the court shown In n Joint return or In separate such indictments if we had deemed in its proceedings, indulge in violent returns of huhnnd anil wife. A tingle ersoii with minor depend' it for the best interests of the com and turbulent disturbance of the cuts must Include I lie Income of such munity, but nfter careful and consci- - good order of this community and dependents. ntious consideration of the unfortu thus precipitate an attack which A minor who tin n net lncomo of nate nlfnir we have concluded that caused the death of some nnd wounda $1.x.n or wore It not considered deeuileut, and niut tile a separate indictments nnd suWqucnt trials- ing of others, some of whom were will only tend to ajritravate an al- innocent of any desire to overthrow return. the law. Personal returns sliouhl U made on rendy tense situation." Konn 10IOA, unless the net Income The report in substance follows: "We share with the people at' exceeded ?".,Mt, In which cum Korm "In our investigations we have ex- large in a just and righteous indig 1OI0 should be iiiI. nmined many witnesses nnd endeav nation of the horror of the crime I Iifiidi-litof Kentucky should tile ored to ascertain ns fur ns they could committed. We deplore the killing their return wlth.'iiinl make xi incut engaged and of the misguided and thoughtless men of Income Tux to, IMnihnI Hamilton, be Identified those who ndulged in inciting the crowd to who indulged in a mad rush on the . Collector of Internal Hciciiiic, MA .It violence by Inflammatory speeches, authorities, and we extend to their and nctions, and particularly those families our deepest sympathy and How to Figure Income. The hett wuy to llml out whether who actually made an effort to force) condolence, but we appeal to the one must tile n retuni Is to get n Konn their way into the court house for' people to uphold the sanctity of gum MHOA nnd follow thu Instructions the purpose of taking possession of our courts, to respect the law, to obey printed on It. That form will serve in the prisoner by overpowering the of- officers in the proper exercise of n reminder of every Item of Income, ficers of the luw and the soldiers of) their sworn duty and to help premill If u re I urn Is due It tells how to the State Cuard. who were sent to j serve the peace and good order and prepare nnd tile It. If In doubt on any oliit ns to Income the county by the Governor of the to nbstain in the future from acts or deductions, n person may secure free State to support the civil authorities of violence which threaten the staadvice and aid from the nearest Intern protecting the prisoner from vio- - bility of our Government, ami which nal Itevenue office. can only lend to anarchy with its lence and In upholding the law. Guesswork, estimates and other hit. horrible results. Lrtson Is Taught methods are barred when a mt- "And now having discharged the re "The lesson of the inevitable son Is inakltiir out his Income Tnx re I will offer for sale privately my splendid saddle stallion Imposed upon us, we ask to turn. Accuracy nnd completeness must sult of mob violence in nn elfort in duties be finally discharged." he Insisted nton. The return Is n an hour of frenzy and excitement WALKING DAN. sworn statement. As such It must be to overpower the constituted authorHe is one of the best saddle stallion in Garrard county thorouch nnd accurate. Complimentary and a splendid breeder. He is of the Peavine and Denmark ities of the county and State in Salaried persons mid wage earners charge Also my fine Black Jack of a prisoner charged under I am always stock and none better can be found. must ascertain the actual compensation Gertrude Dear me, BOYD WAGERS received. Overtime, bonuses, shares In their oaths of office to protect him j saying the wrong thing. the profits of a business, value of quar- from violence and to protect the Fine size, good bone and a great breeder. Mildred Well, don't let it worry ters and board furnished hy the em court from unlawful interruptions you. dear. All agree that you are J. B. CREECH. ployer nnd other Items which are coin- - of its orderly processes, grievous PAINT LICK. KY. ROUTE NO. 3. for service must le In and painful as it haa been to the the one to say It. cluded. victims and their families, will in It must be borne In mind that com prove pensation may he paid In oilier forms our judgment in calmer days salutary one for the people at In cash. A Imiiius pnld In Liberty than llonds Is taxable ut the market value large and impress upon all thinking of the bonds. A note recelv.il In pay- men nnd women the necessity of ment for services Is taxable Income at obedience to law nnd its mandate. Its face value, nnd the Interest upon "As Your Honor Indicated In your It Is nlso tnxnhle. instructions to this grand jury, one Other Rtturns Out. of the fundamental objects and purKvery pnrtncrKhlp (loins business In poses of luw msde hy the people in the Unlt.il Slates must tile n return hours of calmness and reflection is on rorm WVi; ami every w?rwnal passion service corporation must Hie n similar to control them in times of and excitement. The law is not Inreturn. CoriKtrallniiH must file annual re tended to be nn instrument of venge ance, but the expression of the com turns on Form ll'.D. Trustees, executors, mhiiliilstriitors bined will of the people as the best uml others actinic In a lldiichiry capac- means their wisdom can find for seity lire required to tile returns. In curing justice to all. ; In some envoi. Form 1011 Is The car is so light, so certain in its 'Its purpose is to control majori t hers. Form 1010; nud still others. ties as well as minorities nnd to di performance and so free from nereturns on Ixith forms nre nipilred. lliforiiiiitlou return)', on Forms 1KW rect, guide and control people in nud 1U!HI. must Ih tllnl by every their conduct, not only In times of cessity of repair, that the saving firm or iktnoii who paid, quiet and calmness, but In hours of durlni; UHt), an amount of $l,(si In passion and excitement. in delivery Is actual and real. salary, wnces. Interest, rent, or other M..V.1. Art. llt.it or determinable Income to un'Itenlliing this we desire to go on piirtuerslilp, personul otlier mtvIcu .orjs'nill'u or llduclnry. Theint record as deploring the unfortunate! Information ndurns should le for- occuninces of Monday, February 9, warded Olreclly tu the tminiUsiluiif r and the vain nnd reckless efforts of of Internal Itevenue (xorlliii: illvUtun), those who attempted to rescue the WnshliiKton, 1). C. prisoner, overpower the authorities having him in charge and interrupt Lancaster, Kentucky. the court for the purpose of venge-INCOME TAX i mice upon the condemned man. "Wts arc In favor of preserving IN NUTSHELL the sanctity of the courts of justice who lud persons WHO-Sliiu- lo and upholding and maintaining the law aud the constituted authorities uvt Income of $1,000 or mure fur the year 1U1U. of the law. We are In favor of ilurrli.il couples who hud net obedience to law mid abiding by its Income of ?'J,ixsi or more. nmndates.and we deem it our duty WHEN -- Mimh 13, IICO, Is final and the duty of all good citizens diito for tUlue returns nud muk-tito use their influence to condemn payment nrt lawlessness and that disregard and of Internal WHERE -- Collector contempt for law which particularItevenue for District In which ly in these times of unrest and a git- the ier8on resides. HO- Full directions on Form ation throughout the whole country 10IOA and Form .010; also the is proving a serious menace to the law nud rezulatlons. welfare of the neoule and to the WHAT Four per cent normal itubility of our Government and its ' on taxable Income tip to tax institutions. In excess of exemption. $1,000 "We commend the courage of Klcht per cent normal tux on the county authorities In not allow balance of taxable U.cooie Surtax, ftvm one per cent tu alxty. Ing threats, intimidation and force live per rent on net Income over to compel them to violate their oaths $5,0i)0. of office and prove recreant to the ; INCOME TAX MOB JURY SHIES AT INDICTMENTS RETURNS Tend gravate Situation," Says Report Adjourns. WRIGLEY5 - last I j tJpr BSy and the iris its J t il tlred' iflflH 1 - s Sealed I,oul-vllle- j WRICLEYS. upgrEp rum Diur FOR SALE I s Saddle Stallion and Jack i Dodge Brothers BUSINESS 6AR iim-iI- r.l i I KINNAIRD BROTHERS ' , W- The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 4, 1920. Anything For The Farm TOBACCO PLANTERS. We are selling the best tobacco planter on the market and for only $185.00. Why buy another make when we sell the best and for about $15.00 less. SHOE REPAIRING. Bring your shoes to us and have them half soled. We do our work by machinery and are able to do better work. If you are not going to be in Berea, send them to us by mail and we will repair them promptly and return to you in first class condition. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. WAGONS. Old Hickor- y- Weber Birdsell. Wide and Narrow Track. 2 1 Inch Complete SM0.00 3 Inch Complete $145.00. 3-- Or HOME at SEED POTATOES. $3.25 PR BUSHEL First Car ONLY. Burbank. Early Rose Triumph Get your supply out of the first car as the next car will be more. SEED OATS. We are leading every body in the quantity and quality of seed sold and for this reason We can sell for less. $1.15 PER BUSHEL As long as they last. Get yours now and save the difference. ROOFING. Galvanized roofing is one of the hardest things to get that we have to buy. Our advice to you for this reason is get 'all you are going to need without further delay as it may be impossible to get it at .any price when you are ready to buy. HARNESS SHOP. Our harness shop is kept busy at all times making harness for our farmer friends. This fact proves to us that we are able to sell a better set of harness at a lower price than others are able to do. If you are in need of Harness or anything in the harness line, you should see our harness maker as he is offering some good bargains. WIRE FENCE. Get your supply of wire fence while we have it. SEPARATORS. We sell the famous Sharpies Suction feed: Get one and make your cows pay by selling cream. Welch's Dep't Store BEREA, KENTUCKY. L I'AINT LICK. Kentucky's Greatest Country Store. "Use the Phone and Save the Difference" try it BEREA, KENTUCKY. Walker were in Lexington Monday tended the show at Richmond SaturMiu Mary Todtl ii down with the day night. Mm. James Layton U very ill with fiu her many friends will regret to Miss Addie Criscillis of Hyattsville pneumonia. spent Thursday night with Miss Fanknow. MiM Fanny Rldd spent the week Gordon Mason is still at Ilrrea Hos- ny Dowdcn. end at home. Morris Todd kept house for Mr. pital ami ii very low with typhoid ii ml .Mrs. It. (i. Woods while they Mr. ami Mr. J. I). Wynn were In fever. Islington Friday. Mr. anil Mrs. 11. Hamesy moved to were gone to Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Todd and chilMiss Fanny Cox, our militant at the house recently vacated by Mr. dren visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the tot office U ill. G. C. Cox. Several from here attended rourt Misses Fanny Dowdcn and Fanny Charles Graves, Sunduy. Mrs. William Ledford has returnCox will move to the rooms vacated at Hiehmoml Monday. ed from Harlan where she was called Robert Kstrldgr anil Charles Grav- by Mr. and Mrs. II, lUmsey. es, Jr., were in Lexington Monday. Miss Kate Ely spent several day by the death of her mother. Itev. Mr. Asher of London Ky, Timothy Seed for wile. with her sister, Mrs. Highland in Clover anil preached two very-- interesting serfSarrard ami Lincoln Produce Co. Covington, Mr. and Mrs, 1'. M, Burgess nt- - mons at Mt. Tabor Sunday, Mesdamcs It. O. Woods ami It. O. Highest cash price paid for Kgg nnd Poultry. " Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co. Misses Fanny Dowdcn, nnd Addie Criscillis and Messrs William Hals-to- n 1 fcKS ft AK WE AKL nnd Morris Todd attended the show in Richmond Thursday night. r.riMi m mm Messrs It. fi. Woods, J. II. Wood, Jewel Wallace, Sum Hcailcy, I). W. White, Richard Duvis, Mesdamcs K. R. Woods and R. .J Walker all went to Cincinnati Inst week to bring six new Chevrolet cars returning Sunday evening. tup HtAUyU rUK one day when, picking up the bottle, I noticed that it was good for the kidneys. For years they have been in u terrible condition. During the day and night I was continually having to relieve them, and it got so bad that I couldn't work and at night I couldn't sleep. "I started to take Trutona, a tablespoon full four times a day, and as I said, nftcr the thirteenth dose I went to bed and slept the whole night thru without getting up once. It has sweetened up my stomach so much and got it in such n strong condition 1 believe that I could cat and digest all the sand In the Ohio River. I don't care how bad you feel, Trutonu will help you." Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Lancaster at McRob-ert- s Drug Store. Advertisement. Mere Man. Another rrnon why a thinks a man xhopiHT hasn't sense Is beciiuo he Is willing collar button without trying Dallas News. salesgirl Rot any to buy It on. a spray. Umbrellas. Umbrellas should bo washed occasionally. Stand them open. In a bathtub, scrub tliem with a small hand scrub brush and rinse with a bat a jui iinf What Judas Made. The actual value of the thirty pieces of silver for which Judas betrayed Christ, in American money amounted to $16.08. This wus fair price for a slave lit those days. Vulacn and Oliver 'a I I 9 Plows VY J- k i cr uA;r IIILi iic- nLJU I1AVU Tur W;- OLIVER RIDING PLOWS. DON'T FORGET THAT WE HAVE THE FAMOUS NUMBER 13 IS A LUCKY ONE FOR LOUISVILLE MAN Frankfort May Be Controlled By State. The idea of Lieutenant Governor that Frankfort ought to be taken over by the stute, somewhat on the plan of control at Washington, was formulated into u resolution Introduced by Representative Laxarus and passed by the House last week, providing for the appointment of a commission to investigate the proDullard Honest Wagon Service Farmers everywhere have realized the wisdom and economy of using standarriiz wagons. After The Thirteenth ) i Weber Wagons A CAR LOAD NOW IN STOCK. AMERICAN WIRE FENCE. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. AL-SO 1 i Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. IRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. The .Vurch bill, requiring the handling of eggs, the Maclellen bill to regI ulate storage of food, and tho Smith Louisville. Ky., Mar. 3rd. "After' bills, taxing gasoline 2 cents on the the thirteenth dose of Trutona I watt gallon nnd motor vehicles $1 the able to go to bud and sleep the night horse power, were reported favorably through, without having to get up." in the House. made This remarkable statement by Lee II. Raddlu of SI 4 South First Street. Mr. Guddio says that for years he has been bothered with his kidney having to get up as often as ten times in one night. Ho states imCK 4ibwil qunttaaUltimt'tS!. further that ha has tried many var- muMlMlinMlubHiH,! t scimswb. lick, ious kinds of remedies and could not Ttti.r. momm tfiwoutainl ct Doa't b. And any that would help him, let tWM MlWf ITNIMIII UUi. Huat'i BaIm sm nlwvxl kua, alone entirely relieve him, until he drtd of MKk ruM. YhcuI Im oar Mcnay took Trutona. C.hm(m. Tr Ii ai aat rUtt Mr. Raddle says, "Trutona did my TODAY, hkslksi wife so much good that I decided to STORM ES DRUG STORE. Dose of Trutona, Mr. G a dd i e Sleeps Whole Night ject. ! Through. Lighter running, relief to teams, greater service, low repair costs these are soma of the advantages emphasized. A continually increasing demand for the auto-tretis the result. k the wise farmer who appreciates these advantages will find satisfactory service in an And OLD HICKORY. s Dependable construction justifies unlimited for general utility faith in OLD HrCKORYS-- and yeu can count on them under uny cenfltrtfi. NMIT ' HASELDEN BROS. AGENTS I JM The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 4, 1920 Announcement We wish to announce that our tobacco market will close for this season with the sales of Friday, March 12th One more sale this week Friday March 5th and two sales next week. Tuesday 9th and Friday 12th. We take this opportunity to thank all our friends and patrons for the liberal support you have given us and to assure you that we appreciate it. If we can serve you at any time please command us Madison Tobacco RICHMOND, Warehouse KENTUCKY Co. COMPOUND REMEDY that IS A TIME-TRIEcan b relied upon to get rid of couba and coldt that lead lo serious iltoM if neglected. Every a Friastd "The oaly remedy we ever ute to couf tu and coldt U Foley' Hooey and Tar Compound. It haibeenourtuad-b- y for years, aod it never fall u." T. H. Foley, Marquette, Mich. "1 surely know Ike worth ol Foley's Hoaejr and Tir, a I have taken it Alio hare told with food result. hundred ol bottle." A. L. Sum. batj, Parkcrsburg, W. Va. D Honey and Tar Ur Foley's 'Children like Foley's Honey and Tar. It contains no opiates, and will not injure a delicate stomach, McRobtrU Drug Star. WOLF TRAIL. Mr. Allen Tenter has been on the lick list. Mr. Ollie Reynolds and family are til with the flu. Miss Mnudc Davis spent the week end with relatives. Miss Jessie Ii. Ray spent Wednesday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ottis Stotts. Mesdamcs Ottis nnd Andrew Stotts were guests Thursday of Mrs. Moic Ray. Mr. Wllbert Dailey purchased a none from Mr. Jesso Sebastian for iiOO. Mr. Jesse Sebastian was with Mr. an I Mm. Wllbert Dailey Tuesday night. Mr. Traele Warner of Madison made it recunt visit with Mrs. Curl Cotton. Mrs. Raymond Davis and little daughter, Hazel, Mrs. Mote Ray and 'on, Mr. Rimer Ray have been ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley received the news hero this week that Mr Fred llowatd and family were ill. Highest cash price paid for Kbits and Poultry. (Lirrard nnd I tnroln Produce Co. Miss Ara Foster was in this vicin-t- y last week visiting Mesdame Allen Tester, Homer Ray und Ottis StotU. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Sowers and Mr. RcaUier Murphy were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey last week. Mr. and Mr. Asble Uendren of near Nichclasville, were guests of Mr i. and Mrs. Powell Dailey Sunday night. .Miis Nannie Mae Woods spent one HAMMACK Mrs. Powell Dailey will be taken to day last week with Misses I.eonn and Pnuline linker. the Hospital in Lexington In a NATIONAL BANK. Mrs. Conn Tudor who has been where she will undergo an oper Clover nnd Timothy Seed for sale, very ill is much better at this time. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. ation. Cinrrard and Lincoln Produce Co, Mr. and Mrs. Ach Miller visited Mi? Tinelu Gilliam nnd brother Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmts Thomnn spent her pnrents, Saturday nnd Sunday. returneil home Sunday nftcr a two n ftw days Inst week with her parents Clover and Timothy Seed for sale. weoks stay with Mr. and Mrs. Klijali Mr and Mrs. Sim Clark. The way of the SAFE is the way of the duty-doin- g Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co. Mc.Millian. dollar. Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Illack nndMr. It is no gamble. Messrs Andrew nnd Ottis Stotts James Whittakcr spent Sunday with Mr. J. T. McQuerry was the guest It is a sure thing. attended the dance that was given at Mrs. Nannie Ray nnd family. Sunday of his daughter, Mrs. Conn Follow the course of wisdom and place some the home of Mr. Tom Warren in MadWe sell the best feed for poultry Tudor. of your earnings into safe keeping in the substantial ison last Friday night mid were guests on the market. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hallard were banking system of this community. of Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Wnrren before; Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co. guests .Sunday of hit parents, Mr and Get a book today. re. rning home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Simpson were Mrs. John Ilallurd nt Lnnrustcr. Get the saving habit with it. the guests Saturday night nnd SunWe sell the best feed for poult rv I L. Mutthewr. day of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, on the market. NEGLECTING THAT Mr, nnd Mrs. lames Hicks nnd famL. (i. Davidson, Cashier Cnrrnrd and Lincoln Produce Co. ily spent Saturday night and Sunday W. 0. Rfgncy, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. I.at Friday night the nngcl of COLDJR COUGH? with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. John Death made n visit to the home of Wm. F, Miller, Teller. .Mrs. N. C. IMiuilton, Ass't Teller. Sparks. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. )1. Miller and claimed .Mrs. Patsy Simpson nnd Mrs. Win. their baby girl, Ruby. She was the Why, when Dr. King's New Simpson spent jne day lint wjck with sunshine of home nnd now it is so their sister, Mrs. Wm. Matthews and hnrd to be without ' her. Hut we Discovery so promptly Thaws Frozen Coal. 1,800 Candles. family. checks it know her bright little face is with For thawing coal frozen In steel enrs At the ronmntlon Im .(,,t of (ieorgt Huff-ma- n Friends of Miss Dora l Jesus. The grief stricken family have a kerosene burner that can btt placed II Net'mlnMir halt uied hj , .. .it - nindles. uuurr are sorry to lenrn that she is ill our deepest prayers and sympathy uiri-vi- i i .. i n car nns urvu inTrniru. natural you don't want to bo flu at the home of her uncle, Mr. Her death was due to (hi followed by nnd let Hint old mid or with Miugu urag on or mar new attack Illack nt Irvin. pneumonia. develop seriously. Not when you cau Tho family ..f Mr. Wm. (irimis get fcucll a Drovtll Klli'riurill ri.nm.lv LOVERS LANE. as Dr. KIiis'h New Discovery. are suffering with flu, nnd they have Cold, rough, grippe, croup docs not four cases of pneumonia, which reresist mis stunuum reliever very long. quires n trained nurse. Mr. Harrison Ray visited Mr. and Its iuallty Is as high today nx It ul Mrs. Kdd Dailey Sunday. ways has been iind It's been growing Huffman. steadily In ipularlty for moru than Mr. J. P. Prather visited hi daughIncorporated. ilfty years. !0c. and Jl.'--U a bottle Tho sudden death of Mrs. Nancy ter at Lancastur Monday. ut nil druggists, (ilvo It n trial. Anne Huffman, wife of Mr. Sherman Miss Lucille Price is visiting Huffman, which occured at hsr home Makers of the Celebrated and Popular friends nt (Sunns Chapel. in Tardy Bowels, Inert" Liver n Louisville last week runic ns quite Mr. Harrson Rsy visited his sister to her numerous friends and They Just won't let you put "M'p" She leaves a devot- Mrs. Hunch Ray recently. Into your work or play. HIek head- relatives here. Mr. Oscar Roy Carter visited his ache comes from retaining waste mat- ed husband nnd two children, nnd u ter und Impurities lu thu body. sister, Mrs. Hen Pollard, nnd two sister Mrs. Hubert Whittakcr part of Feel right for anything make tho brothers Meurs Reuben und Mike last week. llrer lively, tho bowels function regu- Pinell of this county. Mr. Mai Carter and family, Mr larly, with Dr. Klng'M New Life I'M. and Mrs. Dewey Price nnd son, are Smoothly yet positively they produce, nnioiur the victims of flu here. results that cleanse) the system und maku tho liver and bowels renpoud o Highest cash price paid for Kggs tho demands of u strong, healthy body. and Poultry. Still 'Mc ut nil druk'gUtx. Try Uiein Garrurd nnd Lincoln Produce Co. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAKE tonight. taksj Messrs Tom Morford and Uob Ijng After you eatalways NO OTHER. JUDSON. and Miss Christine Morford visited Misses Kthyl Ray and Sallie Lou Mr. Huiley Rny and family are ill We do exchanging in wheat and corn. Tenter Sunday t ight. with llu. Our MILL FEED tests 16 per cent Protein. WmnmrmrxaFmBsatf Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trarey ore. III laaUaUr relieves Haas tsw. with f!u. Stops food sou rtBT, GEO. O. SPOONAMORE President, -D Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shear are the rtneatteff, sad ail stomach mUeria. W - A- - N -- T-E C. L. ZANONE Secretary, prouil purents of a beautiful little Bch, Sycamore, Maple, tW KATOWWUth Witt W. A. DOTY Treasurer, iff. Oak and Walnut Logs. Kirl. If you have any to sell writ to W. G. BURCHETT Mr. W. M. Adams is improving Miller. C. C. MENQEL 4 BRO. CO. his many friends will be glad to Kentucky LouUvllU R. E. MtROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. know. few-day- s CITIZENS The SAFE Wtiy I- r"8 Lancaster Flour Mills WHITE SWAN t FLOUR FATONIC Wmt-4Car- iia ty The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.( Thursday Men 4, 1920 SHALL WE HAVE Good Anothtr Roads Or Not? Taapayer Why Give Reason W. Should. One of Garrard's largest taxpayers, who signs liln name "Wagoner" contributes the followltiK article bearing upon (he Imnil issue Unit I to be voted hy the people of the county on March ,10th, and gives tome mighty good reasons why the people of this county should vote "yen". He soy: "Central Record : The time ha come for the people of Garrard county to decide whether they will have good rood or not. Our mnin thoroughfares tire no longer only passway for wagons, buggies ami other light vehicle, but Now I have driven a team enough on they have become avenue of com- these mud roads; and know whereof merce ami must lie hullt sufficient to I speak. I want no more of It. stand the wear nncl tenr of the heavy Now the Government proposes to trnlTic limited over them in great auto hflp us if we will help ourselves ami the question Is, what will we do; will truck. Your correspondent came to this we avail ourselves of this help, anil county four yenrs ngo, ami the romli move onward and upward, or will we of this county were two humlreil per take n step backward, I believe cent better then than now. The traf- Garrard county ritltena are equal to fic has more than doubled In that nny of her neighbor counties when it time. When I enmo here I left a comes to business foresight or pacounty which had only a system of triotism. I also believe they will mud roads which were bnd in summer scire the opportunity now olfcred to and almost lnipaable In winter and hnve good roads. spring. For at least six months of The mnin thoroughfare through the year 000 pounds was a heavy load the county must be repaired and will for two mules. And in that county, be repaired regardless of the condiUnd would not bring over $40 or ISO tion of nil the other road. This per acre, when If they had n good main road has become worn out like system of roads, that same hind nn old gun, lock, stock and barrel. would sell for $100. to llfiO. per nrre, Abaut the only way to mend it is for much of It is line productive land. with ii new one. It will take nil the FOUR OUT OF SEVEN. can get up by ourselves for the next twenty years to repair and Statistics show that 4 out of every keep up this road, and no money of 7 hatching eggs arc waited, of course, any consequence can ever reach these more than this number hatch, but on smaller ronds. Mow a blind mnn account of the weakened condition of can see this. the parent stock the chicks soon die. govern- Ilulld up the vitality of your old hens Hut under the proposed ment aid this mnin road will be built by giving them II. A, THOMAS' and guaranteed for twenty years. POULTRY REMEDY, it makes Then we can hnvn money to repair all strong fertile eggs by toning up the tli! smaller road, and build new ones. dormnnt egg organs, Increasing the Now your "Uncle Samuel" has more! poreentnee of healthy chicks. (let it money than nny other man or set of from us. W, A. Dickerson. men on Coil's earth, and he rays Advertisement. nvt rv Kmn vnu v AttxL'n JO rnt hr will nuike it n dollar. Hut we don't! Listen st Tom Undrwoo4 know that he will ever say to at'nin. The 30th dny of March is the day:' "I watched her hail a taxi from nfnr, And, mnn, O mnn, I'll say she wns go to the polls; take your neighbor' some queen; along and ask him to vote that wc I lamped her as she stepped into the may till hnve ronds. car 1 Wagoner " A taxi' No, it was a limb seen". nioiey wc TAXPAYERS SLOW In Paying Income Tax. The Collector of Intcrnnl Rcvenuo nt I.ouUvillc, Ky on February 20, 1020, Issued the following statement' with reference to the small number of Income-tareturns brine filed this yenr; "With approximately three weeks left in which individuals hnve to file their Income-tareturns for the year 1919, it is obvious from the small number of returns filed In this office up to the present time that this will be the banner year for delinquents. "Realizing this fact I will, on the If! th of March, be compelled to start a vigorous investigation of all who failed to file their returns on or before March 15, 1920. "I take this opportunity to notify all persons liable to make return that the full penalties, which are severe, will be invoke in every case. law has been "The income-tain existence lone enough for Individuals to understand its primary requirements with reference to Ming returns, and the Collector's olflcc will he constrained to enforce all penalties provided in the law against nil persons who have for any reason fvled or refused to file the returns ti or before the due date. "Trouble and annoyance can be saved to all and to the Government as well, if all taxpayers liable to make returns will do so at once." x x 1 x per-mn- "THE REXALL MODERN METHOD OF ADVERTISING" OPEKO BREAKFAST COFFEE To ment! (ivr special lo this COFFEE, a wonderful blend of America's moil popular beverage, for the ipecial pricr of 46c. Per Pound. i will offer dur-intalc OPEKO eery inducehouse-krrpr- r, C New Secretary Of State Named. Dates of Sale, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Alarch THE PLAN Par u. lb regular price for any item here advertised and we will tell jrou i : : : 1M2-I3t- h INN - another of tame kind for ONE CENT. PURPOSE This tale wa developed hy the United Drue. Co., a, an adrertitinc plan. The Company tacrificei ill profit In order to let a larger distribution of it, meritorious products, and you get the benefits. Take advantage of this unequalled opportunity to learn more of this splendid line of merchandise. (THESE PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE WAR TAX) SYMOND'S COCOA 40cts - 2 for 4 lets SYMONDS INN PEANUT BUTTER LIGGETT'S OPEKO TEA 50 cents Net 1 2 for 51 cents Half lb. 60c Net 1 Two for pound 9 ounces. 61c. Ballardvale Pure Grape Jam pound U ounces. 60 cents HARMONY TOILET Two Cans 61 cents HOT-WATE- 60 Ballardvale Blackberry Jam cents Two for 61 cents BOTTLE MAXIMUM R WATER Heautiful packages of high grade Toilet water each containing the true odor of the flower whose name it bears. Violet, Lilac and Wistaria. This Sale Standard Price. 1 SEPTONE HAIR TONIC WITH QUININE Bottle 90c 2 Bottles 91c H I: Jty& The largest selling bottle in the world. The price everywhere capacity. Guaranteed (or two is $2.25 each. Full years. This Sale Standard price two-qua- j 1 One Bottle $2.25 MAXIMUM Two Bottles $2.26 Same Goods. FOUNTAIN SYRINGE Same Price. Same Guarantee. HI aw The Kind You Will Recommend To ' i j Your Friends. Large Bottle 85c 2 for 86c. 2 WASHINGTON, llainbridge Colby, of New York, who was one of the lenders of the Progressive party under Theodore Roosevelt, will succeed Robert l.imcing as Secretary of State. Announcement of his selection Jy President Wilson was made at the Svhite House. The selection of Mr. Colby came nt a surprise, moat officials nsium-In- g that Frank 1. Polk, acting secretary would be the President's choice. The first inkling that the President was to appoint some one out of his official family came when Mr. Col-b- y visited the White House early today in company with Raymond T. Raker, director of the mint. This is not the first office Mr. Colby has held under the President's He wu appointed administration. n member of the Shipping Hoard and the Emergency Fleet Corporation in July, 1917, and was a member of the American mission to the inter-allieshipping conference at Paris in the same year. He retired from the Shipping Uoard more than a year ago. Mr. Colby was a lifelong Republican until the famous Hull Moose bolt at the Chicago convention in 1912. When Colonel Roosevelt bolted the convention Mr. Colby helped to found the Progressive party and was a delegate to its Chicago convention in 1912. He continued an active leader in that party and in 1914 and again in 19 1C he was a Progressive candidate for the United States Senate. When Colonel Roseovelt threvr the weight of his influence to Charles E. Hughes in the year 191C race, Mr. Colby identified himself with the Democratic party. d presi-dential 1 I SALE-'REXA-LL REMEDIES'- - ONE CENT SALE ONE CENT Introducing these Remedies to those who have never used them, we make this extraordinary offer. purpose of TRANSYLVANIA Women Offered ployment. Ohio Concern Prefer For the Em- REXALL Toilet Soap. 2 Boxes 46c. 45c Box Guths Honey Cream Fountain $2.25 Syringe RUBBING OIL 30 cents. 25 85 cents--.- .. -- Two for 31 cents. Two for $2.26 THROAT TABLETS. - .Two for 26 cents. Two for 86 cents. Two for 61 cents. C. Them To Men At Tracer Became They Can Do Work In Lett Time Than Men Require For It, LEXINGTON', TALCUM POWDER Caramels. 2 for 76c. 75c Box Aspirin Tablets. 1 Wj&fy ttgglg REXALL TOOTH PASTE. cents. - , COLD CREAM. 60 cents. 50 cents. 50 cents. 50 cents, " 50 cents 15 " 75 - O in y A perfect dentifrice antiseptic and deodorant. Cleans and whitens the teeth. Comes ou flat on the brush. 25 cents One tube Two Tubes 26 cents. , - TALCUM POWDER. - Two for 51 cents. Two for 51 cents. Violet Dulce Vanishing Cream. MASSAGE CREAM 2 lbs, 51c. 20c. 2 for 21 cents --.'C Cascade Pound Paper. 50 cent 'Value, Two for 51 cents. SMAMPOO CRYSTALS .. Two for 51 cents. REXALL CHERRY BARK Cough Syrup 35 cents. 36 cents Two for Cascade Envelopes. 10c. package - cents POWDER PUFFS. . -- Two for 16 cents. Two for 76 cents. KV.. Professor E. Miller of the Department of .Mech anical Drawing of Transylvania College, has been asked to recommend women students for tracing work by the H. Kopper Coke Oven plant at Lorain, Ohio. The letter from the company states that the women can do the work more quickly than men and that they will be paid the same salary as male employers. Not only was Prof. Miller offered employment for any of his women students now qualified to accept, it. but future graduates were assured of profitable employment when ready to accept it. Four years ago the Hoppers plant would not employ women in thu drafting department .2 for 11 cents. cents HAIR BRUSHES. WANTED A LIVE WIRE TO HANDLE THE BEST SELLING TRUCK IN AMERICA. $700.00 LESS THAN OTHER WORM-DR1VLIBERAL TRUCKS. COUNT. E McRoberts Drug Store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. DIS- J. R. MILLER, Address Phoenix Hotel, KY. LEXINGTON, Give Territory Desired. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Mch 4, CENTRALIZATION OF POWER Seems Republican Aim 1 920 DARING AVIATOR .RecovcM'ing Uf. IUIIi At Frankfort. KY., Centralis!-tio- n FRANKFORT. of power ttem to.hp the Rcpnb-lica- n aim at the present session of the lexislntute. All of Governor programme has thin tendency. FIRST there was the Charities utnl Corrections bill. A commission of right to ilirert, but one man to run it, nml underneath his illrrrtian the Mor-row- You Saw These Knockabout Suits and Polo Coats in Vogue Sitfht. Fiver Falls 5,000 Lands Safely. Fret, Rut Rights I'Une And entire personnel of the prisons, house of reform, ehnritnhle and I eleemosynary institutions. Anil it took ii hnril fight by the Democrat to eliminate the School for the Dent from this merger. SECOND fame the educational bill. Making the Superintendent of Public Instruction selective, Instead of elective; (nn elective officer might hnve opinions of his own; nn appointive one would he guided by the power crentlnn him); the new bill relative to county bonnl of indention, nnd choice of county superin tendents; their right to name nil of the teachers, and these to draw u min imum wage of J7J.00 monthly, nil tending in the one direction of cen tering the netve ganglia of the edu cntionnl system n n bureaucracy ut Frankfort. THIRD there i the good road bill. The engineer in charge of the building nnd maintenance of the :t,000 and mere miles of State high way will be an autocrat subject only to the executive power nt Frankfort which selects him. Under him will be nil the appointees, supervisors, nnd subject to his choice, the buying of materials, rotk arphalt, crushed stone, concrete, etc FOURTH tho bill making the power or fire Auditor the insurance companies doing busincse in the state, with the nppointment of a host of deputies who will do the work of the Fire .Marshals and Fire Insurance Hating Hoard, once railed "useler office." Others could be used as multiplied illustrations, but enough have been recited to show the Republican tendency. Propaganda. Propaganda of a Republican char acter i being spread by an nrmy of paid retainers and press agents. The Capitol is n veritable beehive of work ers for the success of the G. O. P. nnd the doing away of all Democrats, from Senator Beckham down. The Kentucky Republican, a sheet recently exposed by Senator Clem S. Xunn is only one of many agencies employed in spreading this insidious materrate-fixing Suk hat consistently elmm Scoteh Twetd mixtures ft fmfrcM tlte simfle lines of Ibis Knockabout suit it hit h the t j litre J Udy is vearing, A oeittrasting eelor to face, cot' Ur (is c nffs and a tiny fifing r the seme color through the h'll add a lowh of smartness. Suit OJO (on the hdy at the left) it of Iriih llemetfun, and assumes a decidedly mannish air through the cut of its eot-lcuffs and fockels. And by means of two buttons on each side of the skirt it combines straightiiett of Hue iWA iwt-iar, nj eomfort. - If 4010 ll VE VatakJI l Dia And wc want you to know that wc carry these coats and suits witlt the Wooltcx label that stands for "That Well Dressed Look" for each and every; type. And you know that is really the secret of being well dressed at all times. It is having just the right costume riijht for your typo nnd right for certain kinds of occasions. Now come the Spring days and the call of the W6dtex: Tailor-mad- es ing suit or a liig soft Polo coat with a semi-sports CSHUlackCa It's futl a bit of white satin embroidered in gold and black' Hut. neutly fattened in tide the cellar of your taitormade. it means that von It wear the coat or suit witlt alt the fride tee take in signing it! Remember, no matter hew muth it "looks like" a H'ooitex Taitormade. itJutt can't be that H'o4tex signature shown above! air. And how about your particular type? The models that dear the Jl'ooltcx label consider all types and adapt the favorites of the season to the different types. Note for instance the Knockabout suits, il- great out-of-do- when, for the greater part of each day, you will be needing a walk- "Meadowbroek" This it another smart Polo Coat. Ixtrgc, square rockets, eomrrtible collar with self stitching and .i nice bread belt make it unusual. The shoulders are snuj. the back straight with stitched scam down the centre. It is cfen in lack from about six inches below the waist to the henu In the same colors at the "Pinthurst." lustrated above one on the strictly mannish type, another a bit more feminine. And the Polo Coat at the left with its swagger, sports air; while the other Polo Coat at the right is justas smart but a trifle more dignified. It's of French lltue Angora Polo, this little sforts coat. The Cray Angora Tuxedo facing conceals frtu little fockets, and those thorp little toinls over the hifi are etlremcly tmart. The cuj it "linked," the shoulders snug, and the lack full. It comet in Squirrel, Prench Ulue and Tan the Tuxedo collar it of self or contrasting Angora. "Pinehurst." ial. The itate amendment in the House wns again set back by the Republican. Prospect that the national amendment might not get sufficient ratifying states for women to vote next Nov ember is beginning to make its effect felt in administraton crcles. The Republicans fear that If the women vote in Kentucky their natural inclination to favor the League of Nations and to vote for n reuionahle protection ngainst future wars would be an important factor In the fall election. They do not want state suffrage tho it will not go into effect in time for the 1020 vote, especially as the movement for it camo from n Democratic representative, L. A. Hamilton of Fayette County. Woman Woman' Suffrage. Suffrage "1 I JJP -- ; jr A. 5. HOF5ERTSON Danville, Ky. &r The Store That Sells Wooltex Government. Government l not on edlihv that tin founder turned ier to Mtirlty all niitipluteil. It li nn Institution. Mrs. J. P. Foley is on the sick list. I'ke h university, which fall unit's .Mr. Miley Beazlcy visited Mr. tl- of routlniiint. Cj'vIii ('oolldce. James Vuntis Sunduy. i Mrs. William Sutton wi with Lan- Poor Places (or Pictures. The Corcoran art gallery mjjs that raster relative Saturday. It I harmful to an nil (minting to Iihux Hast Cotton Semi Dairy Food for It uur h window where It a til he ex su.c. (iHrrarU & Lincoln i'reduce Co. to the sun, ur to he him; .Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Yater spent u Move or radiator, nnall Ueat agetH-tf- i tend to dry the oil awl make the imltit-- I Sunday 'with Mr. und Mm. William GUY. trcs inr . HE erui-k- Crigus. Gsirfowl One Valuable Bird. .T the coast uf Newfoundland lie n CMMip of Island railed the I'mika. lb-rId the beginning of the InM i'H-- ' the calrfowl. with Its short, ulmr-- wings, retorted In hundred mid luindred of thousands In hrved. It tveru Mitt and dim. Ilenoatli it"- - fpflihem wan a thick roHtlng ot vHhwIili' down, and Its after the lilrd ha.it bet'li Kouknl, una extremely Mrs. Alfred I'ejutcr and three chll-dm- ) tth, palatable. Flna Measurement for Sound. Sound, thouuli seemingly u eiy M Inltn manifestation of nvthlty. I peculiar among physical pbenomenn for Its lark of units or uienns of An American physicist hs tlnully arrived at u uiethol of express tug sound value In watts, making absolute mearuremeuls with new nnd rather complex apparatus. A stntidurd source of sound, colled a "phone," I undo adjustable in tuna by changing Mm volume of tho resonator and tint of wires supporting a mica diaphragm. From the December Popular Mechanic Magazine. men,-urcium- t. spent Saturday with Mix. Green I'oynter. Mvwsre Milton Wnrd and Hurve Ji'iminua vWtixl Mr. William SutUn Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. ChurMe Tuttle went Wednesday guests of Mr. and Ml J. I VttnUa. Mr. Homer Highland of Hnckley attended the Kavannugh sale here last Saturduy. Mis. Ollie Ctuhum was uit-- i hr motber, Saturdiy, Mr.. Mile S.muii of Lancuster. Mr. Henry Tuttle Misses Ollie nnd Fnnnie Merida were with lancuster frinils Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clay Ilroaddus were guests recently of Mrs. John Urond-d- u near Hynttsvillu. Mr. Homer Highland of Hackley was the guest Friday night of Mr. and Mrs. James Ynntis, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert La) tun were guesU last week of Mr. and Mu. Alex Luvton near McCreary, Mr. and Mrs. James Kason and Miss Stella Xoylor, weru with friends Saturday. .Mr. and Mrs, Tom Turner nnd family were visitor recently of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlm "''ittle. Mr. and Mrs. John I'rathcr spent Sunduy with Mesdames Matilda Collins ami William Kinder. Mauurs 'A, T. Rice of Richmond and Mr J. I.. Ynntis visited Mr, und Mrs. Batcom IVtphrvy Tuesday, Mrs. Carrie Davidson left Saturday for Richmond to visit Mr. and Mr. Z. T. Rice and family. The sale of Mr. A. W. Knvanaugh Saturday Feb. 28th, was well attend-o- d and every thing sold well. Lan-enst- of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Yantii. Mr. nnd Mrs. A W. Kavannugh and family will move to (jinraster this, givu this, week. We reluctantly splendid family up but are glad they ' wont go far awuy. i ' MT. HEBRON I I Mrs. Cnrrlo Davidson returned Thursday from Oklahoma, where she spent six weeks with her son. Mr. and Mrs. Miley Ueazley and Dorothy Hvulexy visited Mr. and Mrs. William Kinder Saturday. MUs Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray nnd Mttie (laughter, Elizabeth Rose, spent the week end at McCreary tlie guests of relatives. Mr. William Ileaxley and son, Jas, left Friday for Kansas City, where they will spend two months ot "a Mechnnir.il School." Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Kmbry and little RuUi, ot Lancaster and Mr. J. L. Yantls were dinner guests Sututday Tht Sunday n'ttool Is hoMIng up ....... .. ..II t .....I.... i i hvii uuituvnii; (iiu iiu iiuuuui be re. Mrs. Thos. N'orris of Ilryantsville is with her brother, Mr. D. II. Montj gamer' and family. Mr. Dillnrd Ihutufield purehnsnl of Mr. J. J. Montgomery' of Lancaster a Ford Touring car. Mrs, Karucst Montgomery returned homy last Thursday from Rerca and is real sick with vyrsipclas. Content. Two uenw of land for the school) Tho wages of Mu is death, yet sla KUildmg his hi en purchased from Mr. never seems to go out on u strike. Russell Vanderpoul price 1000. Originally "Easterllng." Miss Lavinn Montgomery left Fri(Sterling. In such applications as day for llerea where she will help to sterling silver, has a furious history. nurse Miss Ruth Montgomery. The wople, epevluly merchants, from Mr. Earnest Montgomery is nt (iiriimiiy, were called Kasterllnga, the country luy rust ot h'ngtand. Uetva ut the bedside of his daughter, Miss Ruth, who is improving slowly. About the time of King Richard, money rnlned In Coniiiiny cuiuu i(to great Miss Nltiu anl Master I.ogan Couldemand In Cnglnnd. In ter of Rosymoyne Ohio, are with minting were liiixjrttd afeo sillied Into Knglutid. their sister, Mrs. M. I Montgomery. and the coins they produced were callMr, Harvey Dean and family of ed eakterllngs, after tho name of Imnear Ilryantsville were with his par. ported workmen. Itjr the tendency of abridgment that seems Inherent In all ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dean, language, the first part of the world a number of nw cases of was dropped, and the word become flu have developed here since last sterling. Sun-Quite writing. Those who were ill last week are improving., .Y.issrs Harrison Dean and Dillunl lirumfield and Mr. Hnrvey Dean of near Hrynntsvidc were in Jessamine county last Tuesday. Montgomery. Kthyl May, the 15 months old baby of Mr. anil Mrs. D. II. Slontgoemery, dieil ut their home Sunday afternoon, after a short Illness of pneumonia, following tlu. Shu had never been u strong child ami had suffered so much that (Sod, who doeth all things well, through His infinite mercy nnd wisdom has taken her from her sulTering. The grief stricken pnrvnta, brother und sisters have the sympathy of their friends. Interment in Mt. Hehron cemetery Monday. Mnjor R. W DAYTON. OHIO. Schroder, chief test pilot nt McCook Fiebl, who Inst Friday fell more than live mile In two minutes, after shat tcring the warld's nlUtude record, miraculously ewnplng death, lies in the army Hst hospital near here, re ravertng from partial blindness, and determined to tmVv another ascent into the heavens at the first oppor tuulty. Miijor Schroo'er cllmlxnl Friday ti n height of ait.OSO feet, then plunged downward mure than live miles when he lost control of hU muchine after Ida oxygen supply was exhausted. While still 2.000 feet iil.or the ground the aviator, regaining his presence of mind, righted the plane nnd sailed down to make a graceful landing on Mrt'ook Held. When attendants rushed to the flyer's machine after he hail landed they found him sitting erect in the plane, blinded Mid unconscious. His eyeballs had been frozen, the tern perature nt the height to which he bad ae ended being 07 degrees bclaw zem. Fahrenhit. Detcribts Sensations, At the hoMdtal Friday night Major Sonrdor told tf the climb to heights never before attained, of his Kittle against eeld. wind and lack of air. and of bis determination to mount 40.0(10 feet above the mound, his ob jective when he took e air Friday. I wns thinking ul ef my desire to climb 40,000 feet, when suddenh my wxygen stopped finwing." he sant "Then all at on.-e- . i stemed that an explosion took place Inside my hrad. .My eyes hurt so that I could not open them and I knew I was falling. I !CUM I pulled hard on the stick, for I knew I must get straightened out for n glide. The plane rode easy. I opened my eyes, but could see nothing of the ground. Then I closed rnv e)rs again for a moment, and when 1 upencsl them saw ilhur U right Field. I knew I couldn't land there because of the hangars, utd tilted my machine for a climb, intending to make sure of a good altitude, and hen Jump with my parachute. Rut at that instant I saw McCook Field und came down." Major Schroeder took the air Fri day forenoon. He climbed above the clouds, but the exhaust gas from his plane, freezing in the frigid temperature, caused n cloudlike forma tlon resembling the tail of a romet to hang In the sky. As the- - plane was not visible from the earth thousands of Dayton citizens who stood gazing nt the formation during the noon hour believed it to be the tail of a comet. M.chantcsl Devices Tell Storv. The instruments on MaJ. Schroed. er's machine tell the story of his tight upward, foot by foot. His thermometer recorded a temperature of 67 the dementi as he climbed grees below zero. The barograph reoding indicated on altitude of 37. 000 feel, and when calibrated by Cnpt. Hnrrison W. Flickinger, showed an official altitude of 30.020 feet. a new world's record, and a variation of Jess than 1,000 feet. The mark set by MaJ. Schroedvr again gives him the record which Ro land Rohlfs won from him July 30, iviv, with an olfieia altitudn of nn.. 300 feet, and later Increased in a second flight to 31,000 feet. It ulso breaks the record of AiUt. Casule, a French pilot, who wax credited an unofficial record of 33,137 feet HUCKKVE Mr. S. X. Msrford was In Louisville for a few days last week. The school lias been closed here for several days on account of Ilu. Mirs KIsie Whittaker of Madison, visited Mrs. R. W. Sanders recently, Rest Cotton Seed Dairy Food for sale. Garrard & Lincoln Produce Co, Mr. Oscar Carter of llcren, visitea rulutives here Saturday and Sunday. Misa Zulu Calico is spending a few days in Richmond with her par cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Snndurs were guesU of Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Sander recently. Mr. Mnl Carter's family, Mr. Charlie Crows family, Mrs. Robert Ilroad- dus, Miises Dorothy and Christine Daily, I'rof. Tomerlin, Jasper Ray, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewey Price and son and Sc!e Hurt have been 111. Melvy, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Casey, that died in Lancaster. Feb. LM.t , ". " I.n.u.i I.. IIVU ,1, the cemetery at this 'place on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Casey have the sympath of the entire commtn. isy.