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A MiMouri editor wrote it thU wny: "She ilirtl iiml claimed the MEETING Attention. Ll-M of the American Legion Convened The American Legion of this place thin wnys "She tlictl nnd cleared the premises." will huve n very important meeting at the Police Court lloom in l.ancns-te- r -l- lut what wc wish to call your Friday night, March Itfth. 1U',!0, to i. The Uliel on your at 7i.no P. M. paper. Try and be present nt this meeting as matters of Importance will be MACK MORGAN brought before you. If you arc a member of this the Heidal San ford Post try nml bring Espouses New men with you. If several Bill And you are not a member come and Join. A bill is now before Congress In regard to the extrn bonus for all solMakes diers, sailors and marines. Try and Construction be present this meeting nnd help us work out the many problems that confront us. Fridny night, March 10th. nt 7;.10 THROUGH HIS EFFORTS FOUR P. M. Police Court Itoom, Uincnuter. PROJECTED ARK ROADS Cotton Seed Meal for sale. Hudson, Hughes and Fnrnau. FROM LANCASTER. promlic". llut tho printer cot "WOMANLESS JGAVE A CHEER AND WEDDING"! A HALF FOR THE Last VILLIAN. At School Auditorium To-morro- DRY LAW Passes In House. The beginning of the week in the Legislature Tuesday wns marked by the transfer of the Senate of the prohibition enforcement bill, which passed the House lost week by n majority of i!2 to 23, with amendments nccepted by the dry as not of vital which are declared by some of its friends to wenken it, but generally Importance, since the stringent Jail sentence and penitentiary penalities in the original bill arc left Intact and the injunction and abatement clauses nre nil that drys could wish, though the confiscation feature U eliminated. The bill us passed conforms to the Volstead federal prohibition law nnd it is inid that it is not likely to be opposed in the Senate. Those who voted against it In the House were: Reprcsentntives Ilnllnrd, Holing, llryson, Ciarlo, Day, Duffy, Foster, Gossett, Gamblin, Hollidny, Hudson, Huff, Huntsman, Johnson, Kaufman, Kimbrough, Noel, Travis, Webb, Willinmson and Winn. The bit prohibits the rale, manufacture and gift of all intoxicating liquors except for sacramental medical, scientific or mechanical purposes, containing more thnn one-hnof one per cent of alcohol. Medical preparations manufactured in accordance with formulas of authorized schools of medicine, proprietary medicines unfit for beverage use, toilet, medical and antiseptic prepcrations and solutions, flavoring extract nnd syrups unfit for beverage made, vinegar and preserved sweet cider and alcohol medicated, according to such formulas as will render it unfit for beverage purposes arc expected. Punlshrmcnt for first offence, $50 to $300, fine arid thirty to sixty days in jail; second offense, year In prison; third and subsequent offenses, five to ten years. For corporations which mny violate the law', $1,000 to $5,000 fine for first offense, nnd less thnn 0 for subsequent offenses. Manufactures of liquor must file bond of $5,000, und shall file semimonthly with clerk statement showing make and quality of sales, amount sold and to whom. Druggist must keep a daily record of sales. Physicians must keep duplicates in alphabetical order of prescriptions for liquor nnd each precrip-tlo- n must contain name and address of patient, name of pharmacist and statement that physician Is in personal attendance on patient. Only one pint in ten days mny be prescribed. Druggists and physicans violating the law may be deprived of their licenses for one year. Public drunkness is punishable by fine of $10 and $100 and five to thirty days. Railroad conductors are Invested with police power under the act. Officers, agent or employer of common carriers violating the act are subject to fine of $50 to $500. On affidavit of state or federal officer and one other citizen, describing the premises wherein intoxicating liquors nro suspected of being sold, any magistrate may issue warrant nnd entrance be enforced. The act does not apply to manufacturers having permits for transportation under the national prohibition act. Any person mny have liquor In his possession for personal use. lf $5,-00- It into the paper Dokal With L..s Than Forty App.sranc... Th w Night March 12th. E.r Staged. State Highway Lancaster Center. The March term of the Garrard County Circuit Court convened last Monday morning with Judge Charles A.JIardin presiding. The docket is the lightert here in years, with about thirty-liv- e nppenrances Including both rommcn lave and equity. Commonwealth Attorney Kmmet Puryenr nnd County Attorney, G. C. Walker nre each looking after the commonwealth's interest and using their best endeavors toward bringing the iolntcrs to justice. The first case on the docket wns the Commonwealth against Ilcssie Padgett, charged with the murder of her husband, Jnmr Padgett, last November, by striking him in the head with Thu defendent claimed h stick. e. Funnt.it Thine Everybody is looking forward with much interest to the "Womnnless Wedding" which will take place at the school auditorium evening at eight o'clock. The entertainment is given under the auspices of the Woman's Club nnd if entertainment, plensure, fun nnd a Jolly good time Is what you want, you don't want to miss teeing it. This wedding has been given in a number of towns throughout the stnte nnd have been greeted with large nnd enthusiastic autiiences where ever staged. Practically every business and well known man in Iincnster will take part, all dressed in woman nttire, nnd each representing some well known celebrity, which of course will add to the ludicrous occasion. The program can be found In this liue giving names of those who will take part, and the character each will represent. The door will bo open at seven o'clock nnd the wedding ceremony which will consume an hour nnd n half, will take pluce ut eight o'clock. The price of admission will be reserved seats, 75 cents; general admission, 50 cents; children 35 cents. The Man Playing "Heavies" Is Not Likely To Prove Overly Popular with Gal lery Gods. Some years ago, Wilton Lacknyc, the well known nctor, wns playing the part of a rich, cruel and profiteering landlord in n piny which toured the country. In his rendition of the part, Mr. Ijickaye, in bnseball parlance, "had everything." the conl blnck mustnche, the piercing eye, the gold cigarette case nnd the cold the venomous henrtlessness which part demanded nnd he mndc it convincing. When the piny wns produced In Snn Francisco, it was attended in n body by n Inrge number of Univer- Hill Up To Governor. Pcrcheron Marcs Sold. Mr. Hoy Woodi sold 18 bend of nice Percheron mares here lnl Thursday nfternoon nt nn average price of $186 n head. Col. A. L Gate, of Danville was the auctioneer mid the nib- - wus under the management of Mr Mack Hughes, nlio of Danville. The home furnishings of Mrs. Uvlnn W. Magri (Mrs Tom Thumb), who died recently, will be placed in museums by the terms of her will which hss been filed nt Plymouth. Mnsi, Her collection is said to include the smallest practical furniture in use. Two miniature sewing highways. machines and n piano are ntnong the Project No. 23 from Nicholas-vill- e pieces mentioned by the wlll.v Sevstate eral of the articles were gifts from to Kentucky-Tennesse- e line near lluntersville, via l.ancnter, Kuorpcan royalty before whom she Stanford, Huitonvillc Liberty, James- performed. ami AlThe remainder of her property town, Sewelton, Seventy-siis to be divided among her husband, bany. also a midget, and Project No. 25 From Cnmpbells-PerryvillCount Magri, Danville and Lancaster. two nephews. Under the bill the following towns in the state arc declared centers of Fish Dinner. construction: Aihlnnd, Hardstown, dinner at the A delightful fish Itcatyvlllc, Howling Oreen, Kenton, unCovington, Clinton. Cynthlana, LAN- home of Mr. Zlmmcr nnd given Danville. Glas-co- der the auspices of the Fish Club, CASTER, Frankfort. was greatly enjoyed by the fourteen Harlaml, Haiard, Guthrie, Lexington, London, l.ouis-vlll- e. who were present. Mrs. Zirnmer has Madisonville, Maysville, More-heni- l. not lost one bit of her art in preOwnesboro, Pikeville, Pine-vill- paring these table delicacies and all Pnducnh, Llctchfield, Richmond. were loud in their praise for the Itussellville. Somerset. Vanccburg. pleasant hour or more spent under West I.ttxTty, Wllliatnitown. Marion, her hospital roof. Showing the esteem which the club Henderson. Kddyvllle, Cnmpbellsviile. holds for Mr. nnd Mr. Zimmcr, it MldOIcsboro anil Wlnchejiter. subThe following tectlon of the bill wa suggested that all present scribe something toward the erection to all should he of nreat interest good road advocate and Is a mighty of another hotel or apartment house Zirnmer, and good argument In favor of the bond to be managed by Mr. seemed willing to give issue to be voted upon the 30th dify all present at least $100 each toward such nn of Murch. enterprise. Section II reads; "11. The State shall not be reLincoln's Advice. quired to maintain any of the primary roads herein designated until Abraham Lincoln gave some pretty such road has first been constructed good advice when he said; "To.ich by the State aa herein provided: or economy That it 1 one of the first until such road has been accepted by and highest virtues. It begins with the State aa meeting the requiremenU the saring of money." It would lie of a State road. In the construction interesting to knovr just how ninny of the system of roads na herein pro- parents in this country have waked vided, the state shall be considered aa up to the fart thnt the touchers in having accepted a road when It be- our schools have organized their pucomes n necessary part of any road pils Into Thrift Clubs ami are giving building out from any of the points them systematic instruction in Thrift designated herein and thereafter it and Saving. If you are a parent, shall be the duty of the state to mainyour child's teacher know you aptain such road. If any county desires preciate this troiiiing lieing given to construct any purl of any pri- for success ami prosperity, And do mary road before the state may con- not forget It is n duty of every par-estruct same under the plnn nnd sys to set his child n wise example. tern herein designated, such county When did you buy your lust War shall make request of the State High- Savings Stamp? y x e. The new Suite Highway System for the construction, reconstruction nml maintenance of a system of roads has finally passed both Houses nt Frankfort nnd tt now up to Governor Morrow for his approval. I'nder the plan devised, Lnncas-tc- r and (inrrard county fairs exceedingly well, due principally to the efforts of our Representative Hon Mack MorKan. The hill ni original-ldrawn Kave I.nncastcr only one project, but through Mr. Morgan's rfforti another project was added nnd best of all hns secured for Lancaster one of the construction centers for building these net work of Hill Midget Gift to Museum. Pleasant e, e, lt nt way Commission so such request Is made, the State Highway Commission shall immediately Investigate such request, and, if they find that the county has. funds available to construct any part of such road, nnd will pay for the construction thereof, the State llighwny Commission tuny take up Immediately the construction of audi roud, but they shnll not do so until the county has taken auch steps as they may require to make available subject to v their order sufficient funds to pay for the construction of such road. When thu county has satisfied these requiremenU, the State Highway Commission may proceed to construct such road In the same way and manner under the same regulations that they construct other road a herein provided. They shall keep careful account of the money thu advanced by the county to the state, and when the project of which such read U a part sJwtl have been completed, the state shall refund to the county the full amount of money thus advanced upon proper certification of the State Highway Commission. ,to do. When Great Sale. Captain A. - dates reports thnt the salu of Messrs J. A. Robinson and James I. Hamilton yesterday was the greatest he has ever attended. He also stated that ho wns in the fastest company of auctioneer thnt could be found In Kentucky Col. I. M. Dunn, Col. llolivar llond, Captain Tomb nndo Dinwiddle and that ho wa ablu to sell in this fast company with satisfaction. The sale was a trrmendou success from start to finish. The crowd was a record breaker and all seemed to wunt to buy, particularly wo this true of thoso who could get in hearing of the auctioneer. Milk cow old 1185 to $270 per head; mules I- as high as $700 per pair; shoots corn colt $105, $14.20 per head; while all live stock brought $10.20 saddle not per barrel; only good, but fancy price. Farming implements sold high. The farm was sold to Mr. Martin from Stanford at 1270 per acre. Danville ld Rev. C. O. Johnson, the popular evangelist who conducted a series of revival services in our town last September, Is to give an entertainment entitled "An Evening of laughter and Size" at the High School Auditorium, Thursday evening, April the 1st, in behnlf of the suffering people of Armenia and Syrin. Mr. Johnson is a graduate of the EmerAberdeen-Angu- s sonian School of Oratory, nttd Is nn entertainer of merit. A delightful evening is in store for all who atWinning Honors. tend, nn evening full of humor and pathos. Doji't forget that on April Announce. Third Annual Sat. the 1st, you have the chance to be highly entertained and also to render The superb herd of Aberdeen-Angu- s some little to those who arc cattle owned by llrndshaw liros, starving assistance and dying. of this county are still winning laurels and honors all over the country, until now those that claim to know, say they have 'the best herd in Seed. the United States today. Senator J. C. W. Ueckham has sent At the Kentucky Round Sale held in Louisville a few days ago they won to this otficc several package of garfirst on bull calf in his class and then den and flower seed which we will be the grand championship in company glad to give to our reader who may with bulls that had won first honors at call. These seed are not for children. Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and $85.00 Virginia state fairs. At the same show they won first on heifer calf, in In the Welch' Dept. Store adverher class, first and second on yearling tisement which appeared In our Inst heifers. One year age they won the week' Issue, It stated that tobacco name honors at the same show held in setters were $185. when It should Louisville. have been only $85.00. We are sorThese calves were sold after the ry the mistake wns made and gladly sale and brought an average of $300. correct It now. Read their adv. on a head. the back page this week. Mr, A. D. llrndshaw was elected Assecretary of the Aberdeen-Angu- s Church. sociation at its meeting held in LouisA short meeting will be held at the ville nnd he Is now plnnning $2,000 futurity for the calf class, to be Christian Church beginning Sunday shown at the Kentucky State Fair March 28 and culminating on Easter next September. Such a stake should Sunday, April 4th. Only home forces bring together some of the best in the will be used. The Rev. E. B. Hour-lnnwho recently took the pastorate country and the ring will doubtless attention to the cattle breed- of the Christian Church, will do the attract preaching and the local choir will lead ers from mnny states. Mr. Hradshaw shipped to the Chi- the singing. Services will be held cago murketa lost December, n load only in the evening, beginning about of his Aberdeen-Angu- s baby beef 7:30, except on Sunday when the and were sold to Swift and usual services will be conducted in steer Company for $10.50 a hhndrcd. They the morning und evening. This meeting will be an attempt to ranged in age from 14 to 18 month weighed when sold 1015 pounds. use the sacred associations and the nnd This wus a remarkable average, for rrligiou emotion of the Easter time this age calves and considering it was to the upbuilding of the congregation the first experience in making baby and to the good of the whole combeef, he wns naturally elated over the munity. All members of the congresale. He tells us It was the most pro- gation nro expected, ns a matter of fitable venture ho eve'r undertook, be- loyalty and genuine interest, to be side a pleasure to do thu work and present at the service and to way. The in every' possible . watch them grow, They have announced their third people of the town and community annual sale, to take place in tancas-tcr- , generally are cordially invited to aton June 10th next, at which time tend the meeting. Whosoever will I they will sell for the high dollar about may come yea, Is urged to come and 40 head of the best cattle of this will be more than welcome. breed that will ever be olfered south LOST between Lancaster and my of the Ohio river. Most of those go- home, a truck chain. Reward. Leave ing through this sale, will be State at Record otflce. John Miley Anion. Fair nnd International celebrities, ' If In need of good harness, or have and all of which show great prosI urn ess that needs mending, take it pects for 1020. to Ed Oakes at the hardware store of Galvanized Roofing U scarce and Goodloe and Walker Bros, and he hard to get. Give ua your order so will serve you a he Is ttow prepared we can get It while we can. to do alt kind of harness work now, Conn Bros Live and Let Live Folks. and will be pleased to see hi friend. The trial consumed all of yesterday and rreatcd much interest as the home m parked nt the close of the testimony. The jury took the cte at four o'clock nnd at five they a verdict for manslaughter nnd fixed the punishment nt four jenrs in the penitentiary. The following constitutes the two juries that will scrve'throughout this term of the court; (Jit AN D JURY N. J. Gosney. foreman, C. F. Ison, Oscar lloyle, John Green, Frank Holtzclnw, G. D. Robinson, R. U Hose, Forest Calico, J. T. Center. Raymond I)nvin, W. 11. Uckey. T, K Kelley. PETIT JURY W. II. Wheeler. Holmnn Hrown. W A. Moberley, M. K. Ross, Jesse Ray, Chnrles I). Dunn, J. T. Oaks, J. II. Dalton, J. A. Ileaz-leJ. N. Hughlitt, W, S. Kmbry. C. II. Todd. Floyd Humphrey, Robert Shearer, S. G. Anderson, Woods Walker, Sam Cotton, J. T. Clark. Frank Folger, J. W. Palmer. II. C. Hamilton, Crit Meadows, William Ledford, 11. II, Pclphrey. y. REV. C. O. JOHNSON To Come here in Behalf of Armenian Relief. BRADSHAW'S Still Garden and Flower Only Christian d. sity of California students. At the end of the first net, the college strong for the triumph of virtue rose and announced in unison "We do not 1'kc the villain." During the second net, thnt antipathy continued nnd again there came the shouted verdict "We do not like the villain." When the curtain fell on the third net with the villain in command of the situation, the students rose from their seats, fnced the audience nnd chanted "We do not like the villain. We will not give him three cheers'; we will give him a cheer nnd a half. Hooray Hool" Thousands of Americans are following the example of the collegians today. They do not like the profiteer. The high prices of necessities rankles in their bosoms, they believe in the ultimate triumph of the purchasing power of the dollar. They say they do not like the villain but they arc giving nt lenst a cheer nnd a half for the profiteer every day of their lives. They are doing it by reckless spending, waste, extravagance and fnilurc to save. There is nothing more encouraging to the profiteer thnn the half hearted ring of needlessly spent coins on the counters. When people make purchases of luxuries, and extravagances, they check the production of necessities which would enable supply to catch up with demand nnd force reduction of prices. There is nothing so disheartening to the profiteer than the wise restriction of buying to necessities, the careful and regular saving of a part of eurh incomo and its investment In government saving securi-je- s where it will have an immedintc and permanent effect in stabilizing economic nnd business conditions. In the majority of the old time melodramas, the villain was foiled by the discovery and production of the missing will. It lie in your power to frustrate the machinations of the profiteering villain In the High Cost of Living melodrama. You can produce the missing WILL. It is the will to save regularly, to buy carefully, to eliminate waste and to invest savings in sound securities such ns War Savings and Stamps nnd Treasury Saving Certificates. You do not hnve to 'wait until the last act to produce this will either. If you do, the melodrama with a happy ending may be turned into a tragedy for you, the community and the nation. You don't like the villain but don't give him even a cheer and n half. con-tige1 To Raise Funds HOME GARDENS FOOD PROBLEMS, LOIJISVILLE. raise Kentucky' $0,000 quota of the $250,000 Muc.Monnie Stntue fund, to pay for construction of a replica of the Statue of Liberty to be erected at Menux, France, on the Marne, ami bo called "America's Gift to France," hnve been completed by Peter Lee Atherton, State chairman. Money will be raised by popular subscription during the week of March 22. The American Legion, the Uoy Scouts and other organization will help. Governor Morrow is honorary chairman. Among the vice chairmen is Dr. W. A. Ganfield, of Centre College. Joe Robinson, of Lancaster, is a member of the State committee. WANTED pay $ tobacco WUt For Statue. Begin now to Make your Back Yard Busy. Ky The plan to Washington, D. C. One wny of reducing the cost of living I open every man, womun, and child who can get the use of an idle plot of ground. That way lie through the planting and cultivation of a home garden n Thrift Garden, War garden played their part in the great In war mobilization of resource time Thrift Gurden now have their own big job in helping households to feed themselves. The reasons for Thrift Gardens are many and various. The same reasons that existed last year and the year before still are present Thrift Garden., will produce food where nothing otherwise would be produced, they will reduse family food bills, they will return abundantly In production to the time and effort devoted to hem. But added to these reasons Is another one ptcu-lia- r to this year. perkace la raUIaf U with .- tobacco. Wis! asoatli Croat April 1st uatU ' koui.d. Malcoat OtStorae. Bourns, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men FARMER'S INCOME I I, 1920 1920 MODEL After you eat always tate SUBJECTJO TAX Gains for 1919 Must Be Figured Under 0. S. Law Returns Due March 15. LAND SALE PROFITS TAXABLE. , B BUICKS $1650.00 j FATONIC Instantly mIIotm HMttfcarn, bum- Slop rood ounnff. tomeh mUeriei. roixattatr. xi 4 Ctf wwtwditrao. lacr KATOVl Clatfca rrw.T32Ti. bom ti nnT. Tt Ur-.- Vluht M Vto, ef I (xo-- gj in ii.i.r. " ! "1 "-- ""i Uotsw Ky Nccetury R. E. McRODERTS. Lancssttr, cities. nu'iil tf ulonir. can deliver you a 1920 Model BUICK, cither three or five passenger, complete with extra tire, tube and cover, lenses, and bumper for $1650. Including freight and War Tax. I No-Gla- re You run itlwity get it square you tuki' your Imnk Account Farm Expenses' May B Deducted Special Fofm for Farm Income Cash or Accrual Oasis (or Computing. fnriner. lipki-'per, ' A or trndrmnn RilltU-lcn- 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. up hi. m l llinmie for It'll!, And riitht in the midst of nil of and If the fiuni or business Income those presidential possibilities we nre plus t wn to oilier called upon to determine presidentin leiiilrt nil ItieiiiHi tnx return n comdisabilities. plete return limit he illiil wild Hie oil-Orcasionnlly you hear some young Itctnr of Interunl rewtnie by March 13. A fnriner should Hie cr woman bonstlnj; thnt men re crniy Ineouie of fnrm by compiitlni: nil to marry her. They soon woulil be. Cains ilcrluil fnuii (lie sole or exif they did. f bunco uf bf priHlHets, wliellier proThe end of all wan in tight? duced tin the furiii or purelmoed nml Say, boy, the home brnml will con reohl. Farm Expenses. tinue in lone " mnn i man am! From lit Kro" Income n dinner I woman in woman, nlloweil in rlnirci nlT all of hi nrce' It may be true that money is the snry eM-c- i In the oniduct f the root of all evil. Hut if no. there's f ii rm i In r I lit the jrnr. Thec Include consolation in Knowing that we nre of plHiitlm;. ciilthntluc, hnne!-In iiiliUtloti all tnrreil with the name brush. to tic nml innrlejltic. he limy ilediict money nnt thee No use to nsk "what' in n name" fur nnllmiry fnrm tool life of In referring to thee phantom-lik- e liuv tHiiisht dining the eur, kIi n stockings. Any one with half an W, mlie. We. .Uo the of fivil eye can readily describe the whole purehneil fur III III- imu le work. lu mi fur in ilil Inntiil n no reprefiit ui'IimI uHllny, hut the by loafing Fortunes nre not made Ml I - of bin o(V? proilHrl fe to milon the street corner and making sue iiHtl I. mil n diilHi'tlMe Item gestive remark about women who nllownlile nre Other form pas by. Hut reputations are of a the ent of mliiiir reNlr on hulhlliic kind. (lull ihH the ilwHIIns hiiii.e), mi fenre. .iton hihI fHrin WHi liliiiTy ; nMi hill No man can make a success in ; mld fur liTMh'tiiif. pmntor life unless he begins by believing in ruek salt. erke of leterlunry, lnur himself. The world's estimate of nwe (erept un iIwWHhi: Ikhimi), your ability m never higher than tine for nMTHllnc iiihI Mimlry your own. other rM'Hn- - whkli Hern Hild fur in IliHM llctiri- e - i I Distinguished Wagons II there was any way in vshlch OLD HICKORY Wagons could have been Improved, it was by standardizing production and adopting the Standard 56 Inch track. In every state, in every county, In every community, the automobile is today the acknowledged track maker. In any state, theiefore, in any county, In any com56 Inch munity, the Yagonthat follows this 4 track is a better wagon. For it saves the team, rides without bumping, minimizes strains and stress on wheels and axles, thereby casting less for repairs. For a half century OLD HICKORY Wagons have been considered leaders in their field. Today by adopting the Standard 56 Inch track, they arc proving a strict adherence to their unshakable policy of service to users first, last and always. OLD H1CK0RYS are sold by well-define- d ct I iit hrt mt et tHn 111- eii HASELDEN BROS. AGENTS iiM-l- hit cn. I The Lancaster Box 486. Buick Co. Lancaster, Ky. L. B. CONN, Prop. that sissum he has none left to mortgage. v In the big cities we note that A to hired help, nil the produrthe men's hats are being advertised as IhImit I ii ileductlhte eixne; tint the low as J 15 :tnd J'.'O. Must be over nce tif lHHihotl sen nut, or li.-- l stocked with last year's crop and lilnil to Imprint- - the fnrm, ns In tree iJuiiilns, dltehlm;, etc.. ninnot he forced to unload. In I mil I ncnliiKt A fnnnrr I Are the moral of this nation in nut rIIouihI to rhilm u snlnry for himOne is in self or iHeuilier of lit fiuiilly nlm n state of rapid decline! clined to think so, from the mas of worV on the fnrm. Wear and Tear. disgusting detail served up daily by l'nrchne of fnrm mnchlnery, wnc-on- , the city newspapers. The city cir nnlmnl, etc., alMi the rot culation of today depends to n con of cfilitnicllou or eiteiiloii of Imllil-Iiis- . siderable extent upon the amount of lli. fenetne. elr , slxmlil he sensationalism the editor can crowd nddltloiMil lnetuient In the Into his pages. Legitimate news ar fnrm nud nre not proper dtiluctlon uirnlnst Inmine. ticles nre the Inst to be rend. A risiMinittili' nlliiH'imce inny he rlnlnieil for 'nr nud lenr on farm (except hiillillnc the fannhoue). fence, innchlnery, ork niiliiial, wnc-otntilt, Mlhilinlll. mill other fnrin In tho Coneilllpiiient wlllell 1 enh. ' THE NATIONAL BANK OF3 LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. Ilook-kcrper. Surplus 30,000. Vlce-Pres- President. Cashier J. II HAHKIS, Individual A. It. DENNY, S. C. DENNY, J. E. STOIt.MKS, C. M THOMPSON, t, Teller. HUGH MOIM.EY, General Hook-Keepe- r. Stealing is regarded as n crime, Placing one's ear carefully to the yet there are times when we decline ground, faint rumbling can bo heard PI9MIT BACK to regard it ns such. A kiss, for in- of an early drive of the ttbouiqiKatloatf llunr.5.1.. (UlBthfUt.lmrat of Einm, stance. forces. And, to meet force with TetLr.Rinworm.licii.r1c. Oa'l bnuMoUo HfM4Kiuinl Hunl'iS.!.. superior force, we suggest an on tmlrocmt f.ilnl. You, after all, are only one of slaught bat iclirvn buadin). of of the army of You cm'I lot oa HI the common herd. You have to ad- nnti- - rouge, anti-fac- e creams, anti Mnty tmtk C.i Try ll .1 out lUk TODAY. Pik7W. mit thnt it is n long time between leg skirts, anti-bar- e backs Kor mI louUy ky drinks. g gum, anti ami breasts, STORMES DRUG STORE. and an' A good way to begin the week's ice creams, .Mere man is only mere work Is to begin by working, and when backed up against Cracks never admit the possibility of n bnd man, but the wnll and in desperation he will ending. The man who attempts to let out n few whoops of wholesome No, food Is not scarce in the big truths. On with tho scrap! a good reputation voon finds anti-tobacc- o Safety Ci Deposit Boxes For Rent. '. anti-corset- (. g at Creation. Paint, Pride and Prosperity go Hand in Hand- The moral and economic influence of paint" i$ A well painted house denotes character; pride in your property and esteem of yourself and neighbors. Paint not only promotes prosperity, but protects your home against decay and increases its value. rvmilntlon. .No diiluctloii In allowed In the rne of lo of iinlimils nilsit on the farm, hut n In Is ihtluctlhle from cm- - In conn1 ir the minimis luiil lirm pur ehns.il for ilntft or hreedlm; purtxise. .ShrlnknEe lu u iHKht or uilue of fnrm product held for fovornlilu mnrkei prlcex eniinut ho ileiluctetl a n Ins, fur the reason that uhcii such proilmts are sold the shrinkage will ho rt'lloclcil In the selllin: price. Sale of Farms and Land. The Milue of iiL'rli'iilturiit liiml has Jiitiiplne dtlrim; the mis few 3enrs, mid during ltH'.i ninny owners wild out pnrt or alt of their hind at .Ml sueli coin commute hlk' priillts. Income uti'l must l takuii Into tho net Income for tluf er. Any iersou who soli I part of n farm or much, or port of it parcel of loud. limit also show uiiy iriilm reullteil hy ileductloii from Income. Inn. much n the Millie of tho rrop'lmd liol heen ItiLeii Into cms Income. The ln. of it hiillgMiii; or of uiuihincr) thrnuch storm. iK'litiiiiii:, DimmI. etc, I mi ulhiivnlilo ihiliict Inn, hut cure should Vt used to ascertain the correct his sustained, as retiietel hy llirome tax duct of the fHrin. A to nuto nml trnetor, the of these I not nil exien.e, atthouch the I nn nllounhle cot of thHr ypLei diiliirtlon. If the iiHirhlue nro liel ex- ilulxi'ly fur fnrm puriNoe nud not for ilen mi re AIo. In such ense. n de diictluii for iiir nml tear I nlloned. Farm Lottes, The l" of n sroulnc crop I tint n lli S WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. II, Swinebroad, Alex II. Denny, J It, I'osey, J K. Stormes, C Denny, A, T, Sanders, I)r W, M Elliott, Directors. ot proHr STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE We are equipped with mnchlnery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING one. On nil mnkes of Automobiles or Kntrines. Wo can furnish you with u new battery or repnlr your old Wo hnvo Installed battery charter and are now ready for battery chrtrti intr. With our Acoyteleno and Oxyjren Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part'of an automobile, khh cnuino or farming machinery. At r.ny time you need help on your Auto, Guh KriKino or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be Kind to cornu to your reaeuu either day or niKht. No jobs too larjje or too small. Wo also carry a Inrjjo stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Ga8olino which K'lvea more mileage than any other Kusolino on the Market. We nlso furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Niht. Satisfaction Ktiarnntccd. SSW ME. jr ow. Lave proven their worth during more than fifty years. No cutler the tuifsce Uige or small there it a Tee Cea Paint or Fuuth that will give you lasting tAufaction at lowest cost. VUit this store ami let ttf adruc with you uiudioj your painting and tlccortting prolltmj. "Im uwlliod uf tlcurllts shIii uud losxe im niirli traiisartloiix Ih pre seriUHl In the Incoiiio Tax reKUlntlon, Iff! eiiplo of whlrli may ho secured from Internal Iteteniio lolhtors. Ask us for FREE Paint Book "llama ami Ilout to Paint Thtm." alto for Color Cards, or wrrlta direct to Pcu&lee-Gaulbcrt Co., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. McRoberts Drug Store. Ky. Lancaster, Forms for Returns. Tim Inlenuil l(iienis llureilll has Issued an lAipinvcd I'liriii 10101'' for This form, to-tho ii mi of furiucm. cether IHi I'orni HMOA or 1010, M clve the f.isjuor explicit luforiiiatloii tlk'tiru his net Ut how lo noH-rln llieonm for IUIIK There iif1 two ineiliiHln of llk'tirlni: a furiiivr'n lucomo lux lelurii tldt jeur lie Ii.")' liuiko hi lelurti on llio Lusls f the dllTerelKe hotvweii Hie lilonej mid mxIi revclM'il for his troduct and I lie a.li Hiid out for uclual ullou--nhlwithin tho year fuiiil expwise Or he iim moke hi retuni on tho uc eruul IxisN, whlili iiuttii cuiiipuliiiK the it e!il and expense thut iertulu to ihr tuxuhle eur. eiclinllni; lliconiti culiml n nd uxiivliM'R Ini'lltred III prts tlous ol kUVteedlliK Jturs. Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phono 31. PAINT LICK, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Mch I I, 1920 j CARDS.J M. S Story et the Emerald. Tlie emerald hn been known lnr early times, hutli In.Kurnpc nml In Office otiir The Garrard Bank. cerlnln part of the Orient. Il tmini Katld'enca 370. Phones Offlca S. mny lw traced bark In nu old word KENTUCKY. which iiH-!irii- l LANCASTER. In (I reek nu siiinrag-low- , iiifiitloinil liy Thrpnutu threat hundred yenr before lltr Christian era. HATFIELD DENTIST Still Time to Repent. PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT Ttie only religion that fixe a )ntn for the end of the world In Hint of the RESOURCES IMPORTANT TO lllinlima. Armnllns to their faith, tin world I In (tin Inat nf four separata, nerlikla. Till. imiHimI la IT' M num. ' dntie yenra, of which fi.ir.il lint, t I I I.... t inm llliuri I riiiifi, mi a, .llli'j- .1 . .me- worm r can Mil! In exist. ha -. OF FOREST ALL FARMERS, i J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. la inspires THE PRODUCT OF EXPERIENCE At first sight the Chevrolet "FH 50" confidence--confidence KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Imihi. Afirr vMting her plnjmnto Mil Opposite Gilcher Hotel. drill's new brother, she nmo home 5 p.m. Ofllca lloura 8 la 12 and I Something Almost as Good My niece. Ileitis nil only rliild minted n luilijr brother Tun of her play iimte Imil hnhy brother. About Hire, week ngo n liv ciui'lii of her wn J. A. Beazlev hUNERAL DIRECTOR Onif. Over National Hank. Keal.lence I'honr 3. Oilier Phone I.ANCASTKK. KV. 27 nml lolil her mnthrr about It. saying. "Mllilnil tin n now (why tirotlii-r- , nnd Jll.'dnil aald to imp j on hnvrn't baby brother nnd I Mild I have, too; I have a new onlti lirothrr, haven't I. mother!"- - Chicago Tribune. REPORT OF THE CONDITION grows with intimacy. And there's nothing more gratifying than the knowledge that its convenience and unusual comfort are costing you a minimum of expense. PAINT LICK GARAGE, Paint Lick, Kentucky. Pastured Upland Woodlot In Tennts.eeSUnd of El3hten Cords Per Acre. tl'raparrd bf Ih. t'nlt.d Hlalaa Imparl "The preerntbm of forest lu all ) mrnt of Aarlcultui foreat regions Is of Imiueillnle niicrrn that Chevrolet "F II 50" Touring Car, $1,295.00, f. o. b. Flint, Michigan. or ms M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Liok, Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calli Answered Promptly Oar or Night. Phona 317, I.ANCASTKK. KEN fVCKV Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWin Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. a Lancaster. Ky.. R. JOHN V D. No. 3 CO. L0UIIVH.LS, KT. WHITE i liberal aaaartaaaal lad full vala pl4 :r.FURS Cwl ttiate Hides aaa) Mrs. Emma Daniels, IL L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hscklty, Mrs. Emma Higginbotharn, Edd and N. II. Pries. 8. C. Iliesby. D. M. Anderson. It. U Barker U. I Kelley. J. C. Klgsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, The undersigned hereby give warn to all parsons not to tret pass upon lur lands for any purpose whatavcr is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunt ers and fishermen especially talcs notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips. It L. Elkin. iff POSTED 'Timber la an Important farm rrnp." ami Importaiire to fnrmer. Timber l The ntmisi" farmer proliatjtv hna an IniportMtit farm crop. Kami wornl IN'n.Uxi",! never aliipHMl tn think nliout tl" fart. InmU iiiMirle n'mui imi iht leu' f Ir UNCAHTRK KY..AT THK At leant. In npparrntt.r hni ncter Hie farm nnw of the At tin taken It Into ntvount In hl fntm laat reiiaua the value of the priMliicIa Close f Bwiaos, Ftb 28, 1920 Hut the .Mine of the prixl-ui'twn Kreuter than thut of from I ms fnim tln farm uiMnllnt KKHOl'llCM. the (Hiiato rrop nnd nearly double Hint . I iaua and 'tltouUUta ItftV'l J. Sfa.O'l ; Cientrr than the itnlo nnd nrur-I- ) of tin toliBciii yield. thereOlri.lfalla aretllril I double that uf tln lolintco rrop In fore, miiat be nliiiel a plnre In farm I urrd U Hi v 1' e lint laat rriniia. Knnnera nto tMHllrd to .rem i mnuncriHi nt. farmer nlo nre vitally it llond. t.ar valve lo.au o . more hixxI lliun any other croup. conrerneil with nr.Mnnnl foreat ry IH.OK lal.nl .Dil nupl.lfl War eat IniaOrtlfteatM andTbrtlt immI tlnili They ronaiime tuori The.e facts nre broulit out by -- UH Cl Slarapa arluallf oUd A.l III any oilier croup iimrtlo'y an inlereit Klor .ill Krd.ral Hr.rrta Hank (VI of ncrl Ivlil V. Ilouatoii, per rant nl anbwrtptHitii .O0 Ci culture. In illaruaalm; tin iollcle nnd ed In that there l nVMlblble. Valu. ot txnkliic Iiho. J nam) prnetleea whlib nlinlllil b follownl In at reaanniiMe prlcea, n eniilliiuoaa J. rurnllnre and fliiarr. Motal rri.ira altb Kr.lwal upplj- - of lumber nnd other fnret protiH'tliii; nml itetcloplni: the fulfil .. Kratite Hank .1 priMluct. A aoutiil fore try pulley iliMa In Taali aat nu .nhhirU reaourcea of the nation. In an Cab ilua Irora b.iIod.I tank a rtA.rs it nual reKirt the nwretary .i'rla that not conflict with ncrlculturat kettle-tuent-. Nil amla iln. I ruin lunkt aitit Unl' In fuel. It fnrllllHlea the cult! era. .n't trnal rattnimtilea IH lh. the rontltiue iintliin uf prtrntely vatlnn of lain) Miltnhle for ncrlculliire. tTiiltt Hiala .(nih.r ibau laeltiil owntil fureata In very (W rU in lma u ur II to ecure the proper I bfvta mi nthrr l.anka la thr unr reclon of tin country l n mntter and alo rilr.ir loan at r.aittlHI baai hnndlinc of exl'llii); foreat and the of thut lolhrr thin lura Mil duesrate concern, and Ita the public refote'lutlili of rew'lona. On Total of It.taa IS II, It, IS. not fully renlln ml IT tiK.WI tt re"If the arrn limine little or tin value the other hand, foret devastation Rntamftlunlniid wlih II. M. Trr.adevelopuii-ut.- ' M uirr anil ilar Irflm t' K. T'raaur.r l for other than foret purim not tard Hrcrlrulturnl luur.al aaranl but not fOlllt- Fire Protection Essential. protected." aura tin i'cn,ury. "mueh .plirntlmal. tin Sol. Bt allla Krr.lialilr not aa iln .'f of It will practically nunpro-durthi- . I'lre. the aeeretnry fudnta out. I n Totit tHM" H Million ot acre In the older gn-a- t ineiiHci not only on forested hut I.I AHILITIK". part of the country, where nuppllea bImi on r arrn. "Adequate ( apll.l.lotk lit In ivo.noooo of timber are ihimIihI liy the communl protection." be say, "nhnuld be reHnrnluiltiUil W.taaJOO Ilea, have become nluioit vnllleleaa. quired of all owner. L'a.llTl.lnl irata, The public, .,IJ (t lu la enrtant Where the land Is riot vnlunhte for throned both the trte nnd fiib-ni- l J.TIO w 7S J.ltl l.r..tatllai.aall ajrlculture. Inrce-acat-e tuniberlni: In ot got cru menu, should Inl.rrat and 4laoutu rr.ill.rla-- ur rradliM.la aSianra-omtmilir ate followed by Iih'nI Indua-tria- l eanltlnc till nlre and nboutd abare m and not a.ruml (ai'rnllroal.i i.ixm deprraaloti, the timber Inililattiea the coat of malntalnlnc It. It should flrrnlallni Nol.a iHiialanllti( t.Tiwtn lndlTldaald.IU aubj.ct mlcratr. imputation iiecreii.ea, fnnn-er- alo adopt audi practical measure lurbMk Tulal rirmand d.lualia. (elbrr to brine nlMint lne their locnl limrket, lavahle a may le man bank d.rnall.l aal.J.fl tn value, ilerllne, achoola nnd road de- the iH'contlnuancc- of all practice Kr..itr. Il.m. St, t M, 17. teriorate, and the economic and wM'Inl which re.ult In turning the foret Into SaabdS ....va.vlM C.lllnrtlr nl itrpo.ll (otbrr w life of the community suffer and sboiibl aid private owners l lor raonar lrrord) Ib.o iJ t Total ol lima dapo.lt. to (verpetuate their forel by prop Nsad Public Co Optratlon and Direction to H.a.rta, Ita mi 0, A It.VOOOi II Hand tl nie problem preaenleil I very dif- mntiacement, much well balanceil policy larger prnernm of Ml.ou va ficult. Public forest TorL are confined to require a puldlcly-ownei- l fnret than at presMr or KaaTl'CST.CocMTTor (liaaatu. : relatively limited arena, except In the tit 1.1, II DaiMaan.CathlrrollhaaboTanamrd Went. Thee will hr no meana nupply ent. bank do aol.ronlr "rar that Ih abora (l.lr the future needs of the country. "flood forestry practliv." conclude At knowlrdrr a lid rarnl la Irua lo lb. a "rel upon the poe. lumber part ball! f.ahl.r Ill liarldaon. a Ibla aih, present the greater la cutof the private the secretfullr' nnd Hubaf ilbd and iworn lo balora data. Our alon of from produced annually dajrol March IIM. the N 17 lrnnr.Sotarr Pablle. Innda on which the appearance of new present knowledge of yield methoils of I Inadethe largest Uf t'omnl.ilon Kiplrr. Janniiy a, IWI (row th la at beat a lustier of accident. CotawT Altrat: I x B, T. 1' likely lo be lone delated, or mar quate. There I need of further Infori tn ' IHrretoit. wr never occur. Without concerted ac mation regarding the amount, quality J.J Wtiaia and distribution of existing timber and dipublic . . ,lon under problem will not be aolved. aujiplle. A detailed Inventory of our rection the of I'rtvate Initiative can not be depended present resource and a mirvey esREPORT OF THE CONDITION preent and propectlve need are upon to aecure the requisite couwrva sential for constructive planning." '.Ion. a Iii-iKon-'try- Citizens National Bank Smile and Hustle. i "Smile ii ml the world smiles with you," Knock" nnd you io it ulonv, For the cheerful trin Will let you in Where the "kicker" is never known. nnd tho wny looks dreary, Ijiuch nnd tho path is hriuht; For n welcome smile llrinir sunshine, while A frown shut out the light, Crow! nnd you "rnkc in" nothing. Work nnd the prize is won; Sixth uf nm-aum- pnib-leinv- art-lr- . For the nervy man j tlnibiT-produr-In- c ei-- With n backbone can liy nothing he outdone. li '' InH-on- u Hustle nnd fortune awnits you. Shirk nnd defeat is sure; For there's no chnnce For deliverance For the chap who enn't endure. Sing nnd the world's harmonious, (rumble and things co wrong; And nil the time You nre out of rhyme With the busy, bustling throng. i j rut-ne- tn.a, killing nnd skinning every vagrant cat while Jjie skinning is good, newspuper in behalf of protection of in response, to an editorial in that A Tnrrytown contributor to the Sun and the New York Herald says on the Job 365 days n year. In this song birds: "Cats number millions. They are community I doubt if any young bird escapes the cat after leaving the nest." , Kxaggcration no doubt, but in every city nnd in the country there arc homeless cats innumerable, half starved subsisting by rummaging garbage and killing birds. Every conservator of game knows the common housecnt ns the greatest enemy of birdlifc. If their pelts can. be sold profitably there should be a general clean-uof ownerless cnts in all communities, surban and rural. They nre caught more easily than skunks, and as pests they outrank the skunk, a shy retiring animal which does no caterwauling upon back fences, nnd which kills as many mice, nnd no more young chickens or birds than n stray cat destroys. Courier Journal. p a im-car- - i (. Kirk nnd there's trouble brewing, Whistle and life is gay And tho world's in tunc Like a day in June And the clouds all melt awny, Contributed. Skin The Cat. If it is a fact, as reported, that' the pelt of n housecnt is worth from1 n half dollar to n dollar and a quarter now is the time for all hands to skin the cat. There nre more difficult means of procuring ensh thnn skinning a cat, nnd no greater blessing could come to the community any community or to the cat than would result from Imparting Information. The little boy across tho way rnm In tn call on me when I was baking doughnut. He Informed me his mother made doughnuts, too. After a sllenc he said: "She lets me eat only three when nho hakes them." After another silence he added: "She didn't bake any this week ret." Chicago American. High Pricts During Civil War. The cost of staples were extremely high during the four years of the Civil war. and a decline In price began to ret In In ISfld and 1SC7. Tho following art tho price of staple which prevailed In 1807: Coal. $3.30 per ton: sugar, 14 flour. $11.23 per barrel; cents n pound; butter, 10 cents per pound; fresh beef. lCVi cents per pound; egg. 42 cents per dozen. i'ii 11 NATIONALOf - BANK, K BRIGHT FUTURE FOR SUGAR-BEE- T SEED PRODUCED BEEKEEPING IS SEEN INo, I Itt.'l.l I.ANCAHTKK. AT TbeCloseofBote, KKKOCKOKfl. Enlarged American Consumption Fell 281920 of Honey to Continue. ll'rf.:7 SI lV..rr vl rdrallt, .eeurrd I Eaporta of Product Durlnj War to AlI 14 'Uarciiim iu lied Countrlss Increased at Ltast tirpoatiad tuarcuia rlrculatltiu lit. Ilnud. iar Valual .. ...'".no mi Ten Times Two Dsatruetlva What Doctors Laugh At. Oaae.1 ami uuplr.tinl lli.oul no HtAQ 00 Brood Dlseassa. ttu ot Hwarut.a otbrr lhau I', ri. Uiuda In too lat M s inoi luriunius atuckal own.d medicine has ndtannM more than In w Tl.on AO M the previous M) ci'tittirlea. Hut the HliK-- ul Kedtral Kari Uauk .. If American beckei'pers are nble t ot aubaerlpllum l.l'O 00 avcrnsr man still thlnka ho knows an alue eenl ot Haukina bon.e H,l) U) I.IO0 10 tneet llicrciiklnc deinuud. the euturtfiil .(! Oil Infallible cun for n couch. Journal rurnlltilraiid Oiture. American consumption of honey will Ijaxlill raarrtewllh of tho Ainerlcnn Jliillcnl Aaaoclatlon. contluue, say tho annual rc'Mirt of lk,MI al llr.crva llauk Oath lu vault and n.l the chief of the bureau of entomology, amount. lUalrem uatlau 1I4AVV tt Uultcd albanka States department of floriculTotal ol linn. 11.11. H.H.IT tlSU M ture. Durlntf tho war our ejport of CbMk. un bank, located ontalde f cur or iiiHoni iririlD bank honey to the allied countries Increused and otb.reaah tl.ln. I.0I U at leatt ten tliiu), and the domestic Redtrupllou fund villi V. Treat-ura- r Tho 1J aud du from t. It Trr.a "3 uno ulsu cnt much tolcia.l r.riinl but nut eullrtftrd- export demand hna coiitluueil on Nal. and arnriiilmat Til IS alure the end of hontlllllcit, and the Hill. Urea Irablenot pail due Total trji.su at bureau see reason to expect thut thlt inurket will continue to be an Itnpor I.IAnll.lTIKA Hint factor In American bcl eeplng. trapllalitoek rUt lu I M.CMO0 suae ui nuieiuaiiinu Icnl sale of honey near the plnt M.aV SI I'uilKldwt t.roOla. of production have liicrcu.ed more Lanriirrmt aiHntr., in 1.01 3I.1J0 (4 rapidly than aalen In the Inrser marlarrat and tataa paid liicorporated lutriaai aud dlacnunt collelr-- l or kets, hut till" cau reudilr Ih remeilli-d- . errdlteit 111 advance ol tn.lutlljr and iiotrarnrd tainrotlnial it 01 accordlne to the report, by the further t ot Amouul rewrtrd lor tatra arriurd Manufacturers of Ptrfsct-Flttln- . of tiot Ulrcnlatlnc Note nnlaiaudlui Kl.lio 00 development uf the business iuiiTiuuaiuaoaiia.uujici tlluf honey. SM.7JI 7 SPECTACLES AND lorheck. Total ol drmand drpoall. tolbar of The tendency to collect the Ihauliaua urpoallal anbjaet in the country In the hands of commerllraarva, Itrina SI.W, M. St. la, ETE CLASSES t)M.Ttl V aud tt cial beekeepers la viewed na u whole-som- o alcn for the development of the S IMt.Sta Total' ludustry. Prevalence of two destrucKrypUlu ArtiTKid E7n lTSTSorKsNTrctv,CocarvorOaaaBo,aat brood diseases, and especially the f. H. t! Dinar. Caihl.r ot I ha abava tive InvUUlc Ulfocal Letvi natatd bauk.doaoUnnlr iwearlbat Ibeabuva nrceavlty f careful study of bevkcetr-In-e alalrmriil I. Irua tolba bal ol ray kuonlrdia problems lu order tu obtain II. C lunar. audUII.I. maximum crops, make It almost uainirr. Subaerlbr-- t and aworn 10 batora ma this lib for the person btvlug only a W. 0. Klioer. dar ol Mch few colonies tu give the care essential puiarr l uuiic. 4th A Cheetaut Sta. MrCotnnlnlonaiplrai for good beekeeping. Ouly the man Cossscr Allttli LOUISVILLE, KV. who makes beekeeping his chief work ALasK. Dsmht ) (Dltaclort. way eipect to get proper returns, says J.K.Htobms. U.ll KwimaaoaD i Use bureau. Thompson and Tracy tt. . Ian.au.lillx-ulllll- i yt-or- scU-nc- tun lr . lill Revised Estimates' Show ApproxiPounds on mately 6,700,000 Total Acreag of 11,100. v ijj- -: of kugnr-hce- t Hev Iscd estimate need produced In the United States In 101l show a total production of apon a proximately fl,7li,0il pound total ucreuge of 11.1(H) nrrvs, with nn nvcnigo yield of tiki pound an ncrv. Karller eallmnte. based on revort of grower. Indlrutcd n total prvxtuctlon ImiuiiiI. It developed, of however, Hint tho nveruge yield iter acre In Idaho nnd Michigan was much smaller than wa untlclinited hy the grower. Considerable acreage In Idaho vviih rvMirtcd to be n total TRY SAVING YOUR 7k.ll failure, 'nu HHO production still I Ms).(kk) pound grvntcr thuu the totnl production In WIS. l.ttD.Ok) iMiund greater kimd thnn In 1UI7. and 1,100,000 grenter than SAME In ItilU. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. KIB4 htk-hc- BREED IN COMMUNITY Ont of Many Advantages to Product. Be Gained by Stock Raisers Is Uniform CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, Southern Optical Co. I .s U-e- s There are many advantage tn be gained when the stock raisers of one iiinuiiiinltv rnlae tin' aume breed. Het- ter nrlrea may be secured from the I ' ale of a uniform product, and suit-n- l ilo breeding stock can be secured near home. EGG MATERIALS FOR LAYERS Hens Must Have Qrecn rood Such as Mangels, Cabbage, Clover, Etc for Good Health, OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. The way of the SAFE ia the way of the duty doing dollar. It it no gamble. It is a sure thing. Follow the course of wisdom and place tome of your earnings into safe keeping in the substantial banking system of this community. Get a book today. Get the saving habit with it. B. F. Hudson, TrMldenL J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier, W. 0. Higney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Wm. F. Miller, Teller. Mr. K. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. The SAFE Wy l. rbl.lrt The hens cauuot obtain any green grass or other green growths In the fields during the winter, but must have green food like mangels, cabbage, clover, alfalfa, elcM In order to keep la good health and have the materials U sake eggs. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Men 11,1 920 BETTY TO THE PEOPLE OF Gets Lesson from Moth er Wasp. Insect with Painful Sling Provldt, In Novtl Way for har Youni. own reputation; for It Is better to be alone than in bad company. Onie not on the marks or blcnv ishes of others, nnd ask not how WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR (By Mnry Leon.) 'O, you are nlwsys wanting me to save, exclaimed Hetty petulantly to her mother. "1 wanted to buy hnlr ribbons with this dollar, nnd you tell me that it will just finish my Thrift card." The frnnchitc under which we are opcrnting Hetty s uncle hail come for a our Electric Light Plant wni sold during the summer visit after n long absence, nnd had of 1916. given her n bright new dollar for n present. This franchise wai very carefully prepared. "You have plenty of hnlr ribbons Several months were spent by the City Council in now, Betty, nnd to buy more thnn you gathering information, data and cost. need is nlwnys wasteful. But it is particularly wasteful now, because The rates provided in this franchise were fixed prices aro so high that every good very carefully, and on the basis of cost of materials, citizen should make nil possible ef forts to go without every thing but coal, anil labor in effect during the period of years the nbsolutely necessary things. immediately succeeding its sale. "The less buying we do the soon Next week we are going to publish, in this space, er the prices will come down to whnt they should be. Besides thnt. Uncle a list showing the cost of materials, coal and labor in Snm needs the money," effect at the time the purchase was prepared. 'It looks like you care more for t'ntlo Sam thnn you do for nu. You We trust you will give it a careful reading. are always telling me to go without thlngi nnd buy Thrift Stamps to help Uncle Sam," retorted Betty. "You arc n very thoughtless little girl, Betty, or you would not ny Trent with men nt lit times about such things, in the first place, you cannot help Uncle Sam without help husine?!.; nnd whisper not in the Kvery company of others. Ing yourself nt the same time. When you speak of God or Hi country is just whnt it citizens make it, nnd a country whose citizens know attributes, let it be seriously, In re nnd Sunday, guests of Mrs. L. L their duty and try- - to do it is bound verence Honor and obey your nat BUCKEYE Sanders. to be a great nnd prosperous country urnl parents, although they be poor School will open at this place on Undertake not what you ennnot S. X. Morford and sou, on Satur 'If everybody worked his best and Monday Mnrch ISth. day sold their general merchandise saved his best our country would perform, but be careful to kee; Hronston Locker storo to Mr. Tom I'eratt of near soon be out of trouble. And while your promise. Mr. and Mrs. Let your countenance be pleasant have been on the sick list. Richmond. We welcome Mr. I'eratt 1 cannot make everyone see his duty, somewhat Mr. Doolin of Hourne was a visitor into this community and nre glad to I ran at least try to make my littli but in serious matters of Mr. Harrison Ftay Inst of the week. know Mr. Morford and family will re girl see hers and want to do it right. I Hrnve. Every action in company ought to "But while I am teaching you to A boy has made his appearance nt main here for several months at least. be ti thrift citizen I am also doing be with some sign of respect to those home of Mr. and Mrs. Ltge Kay the Robert Carter sold n horse to Her present- Jr. bert Whittaker, Charlie Grow a horse the best that any mother could do In the presents of others sing not for her child. You are only nutting Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford spent to Lewis Noel, Osrar Ray n horse to '0Ur """r unlU omc t,m ,n to yourself with a humming noie, Ja-pNoel. Harney East a horse to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lish nor drum with your lingers or feet )UU UIU lll'VU II Jesse Hill, Jasper Ray a horse to Bar HIV .utuli', Forbes. Sleep not when others speak; sit for bread instead of ribbons. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders of ney East, Dee Fothergill u team of 'And besides your dollar, you will nut when others stand, walk not Crab Orchard, visited Mrs. Hiram horses to Hugh Kurtz, Hiram Ray n have acquired habits of when others stop; speak not when mule to Mike Simpson and Dee Foth Ray Wednesday. and that will be worth you should hold your peace. ergill a cow to .Mr. Elmore. Turn not your bnck to others, es Mr. and Mrs. Smillic Hill of Lan many dollars to you. Kven the most (Mrs- . raster were guests Gf Jir. nn, of the nnimnls try to start their pccinlly in speaking; jog net the table 0. Hill Tuesday night. young olf right in life. You would or desk which another reads or writ WHEN YOU SUFFER lcun not on n,,y onp- not have your mother more neclect-' Forrest nnd Daniel Noel visited Mr, ICeail no letters, books or papers ful of her duty than animals nre of and Mrs. Jasper Noel in Mndison the FROM RHEUMATISM theirs, would you?" in company; but when there is n ne first of last week. ,ow, momcr, I Know you are cessity for doing it, you must ask Mr. Tom Morford was a visitor in tales. You do not mean leave. Come not near the books or Lexington from Almost snv m.n w.ll t.ll N'icholasville und I v . that nnimnls teach their young to writings of any one so as to read Wednesday until Friday. tnat Sloan Liniment them, unless desired, nor give opin saver Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Gulley of Richmeans relief Betty was always interested when lon ot tnem un"l"d; ulso, look not mond were guests of Mr. and Mrs. her mother begnn to talk of animals, nigh when another is writing a let R. W. Sanders from Saturday until For prset.eally every man hss used "So, I did not mean to say that. ter. It who hss suffered from rheumatic Monday. lie not curious to know the af acnes, sorcneis of muiclet, stiffness of Very few animals do anything but Preaching nt Liberty Baptist joints, the results of weather exposure. make an etfort to preserve their fairs of others, neither approach to church Saturday at 3 I. M., Sunday Women, too. by the hundreds of lives and that of their young. They those that speak In private. 11 A. M. Sunday school at 3 I. M. thousands, ue it for relieving neuritis, nave noi me Drain-powof man, lame backs, neuralgia, sick headache. W. M. S. Thursday at 3 I M. and hence do not consider the future Clean, refre.hing, soothing, economins wc do. But with their limited Galvanized Hoofing is scarce und cal, quickly effective, Say "Sloan's NURSE hard to get. Give us your order so Liniment" to your druggiiL Get it abilities their efforts arc sometimes today. 35c. 70c $1.40 we can get it while wc can. truly remarkable. I.et me tell you GOOD Conn Bros Live and Let Live Folks. about n certain kind of wasp that scientists have written about. Misses Christine Morford, Ethyl The mother wnsp makes a long tun Nurse Says Ray, Snllie Lou Tcatcr and Tom Mor-fnel in the earth, with three or four were in Crab Orchard Saturday separate cells at the end of it. She Is a deposits an egg in each cell. She Medicine, then seizes n large insect, usually a grasshopper and lights with it until she has it overpowered. Then she tip-to- p we turns it on its back and stings it in Louisville, Ky., Mar. 10 With the two places. She knows Just where to Chesterfield exception of the doctor there are sting it so it will be pnralized but probably none so familiar with medi not die. cines and therefore more capable to "She does not kill it ns she wnnts and that's the way fresh meat for her babies when they judge the merits of a preparation Chesterfields always arrive batch out. She then drags the pur- - thun the nurse. That is why the folcrisp, fresh and in prime shape allied insect into a cell which toll- - lowing statement made by Mrs. P. C. tains an egg. She does this w.th Spunyer, formerly a nurse at the city for smoking. It's the extra wrapeach cull, and then goes out and hospital here, should prove especialper of moisture-proo- f paper that seals up the mouth of the tunnel. ly convincing to hundreds of people. docs it. Your Chesterfields never When the eggs hatch the babies find Mrs. Spanyer has taken Truti'.na nnd a good supply of fresh meat nt hand, knows from experience just what it become too moist or too dry. which lasts them until they can care will do. "My system was generally run for themselves." "She is a pretty wise mother, nil down," said Mrs. Spanyer. "1 had indigestion so badly that I could hard right," said Hetty. "les, dear, she If, and so ought ly eat anything. My back would 1 often had c.crs mother be. Hut us it takes ache frequently and headaches which would be nceomimm c .t i so much tongor to develop ed t ) animals and as it is their mi litis nil with dizziness. I felt tired out tho time and could hardly do my ur I ioraU that require the mot 1 tell you I was in an tra n.rg, w have to keep constantly housework. teach.ng for years to enable you ta nwful shape. "I was formerly emergency nurse take care of yourselves. 'I ntil you Have learned to earn at the eity hospital and ought to be an J save you will be unable to take able to Judge the merits of a mediI have had experience care of yourself. The wnsp moth cine, when with all kinds for years. Well sir, er's dut is done when she scabs the tunnel, but ours keeps on forever. the first time I tasted Trutona I mid, "O. mother, I won't be so hrd to "There's u reul medicine, alright." teach as all that, here, take my dol- I give Trutona credit for making u lar and finish out my Thrift card." new woman out of me, ami tlld it many other medicine hud fail- LANCASTER, KY. j BASTIU BROS. they came, Whnt you may speak In secret to your friend, deliver not before others. I'lny not the penrock, looking everywhere about you to see if you be decked, if your shoes fit well, if your stockings sit neatly, nnd clothes handsomely. Use reproachful no language ngninst nnyone, neither curse nor revile. Wherein you reprove another be unblumnble yourself; for example Is more prevalent than precepts. Be not forward, but friendly and courteous; the first to salute, hear und answer; and be not peniive when it is time to converse. When another speaks, be atten tive yourself, and disturb not the nudionce. Speak not evil of the ntcnt, for it Is unjust Labor to keep olive in your breast that little spark of celestial fire called conscience. Mock eonkot, nor jest ut anything of importance; break no Jests thnt nre sharp-bitinnnd if you delive anything witty nnd pleasant, nbstnin from laughing thereat yourself, Go not thither where you know not whether you shall be welcom or not. Give advice without being nskcdiml when desired, do it brief g, THE GENUINE Vulcan and Oliver Plows WE ALSO HAVE THE OLIVER RIDING PLOWS. DON'T FORGET THAT WE HAVE THE FAMOUS I 1:1 9 I Weber Wagons A CAR LOAD NOW IN STOCK. AL; SO AMERICAN WIRE FENCE. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. I tu m Becker & Ballard i PHONE 27. & Be--TKATERSVILLB. I BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. J A T Sanders sold to A 0. llrad- -' shaw, 3 yearling heifer calve for the K. II. Kay recently purchased a sum of $2000. The calves were regnew Oakland touring cor. istered Aherdren Angus anil were of Tllden Hoover sold a milch row te the fameu Illaek cap family, which Floyd Humphrey for 1200. have topped many of the best sales of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Sanders were the past senson. Competent judges have pronounced these calves to h with his mother for the wrek end. Kobert Fothergill bought a cow the three best calves south of the Ohio Itivrr. from Nicholasville parties at H2fi. er self-contr- self-deni- f v' ' Misses Irene Ilrndshnw and llessie Dofvn on the Otrby. fiulley nre numbered among the sick. Mj ehrekn gmvc hi wnrtn as I r Angle Sanders purchased 20 shout member an cralin eTenil years agn from ltobert Cortcr at 1 1 cents per hen my tiltisties nlmot liurocd ma up. I went to rliurrli one Sunday eve, pound. A. D. Itrudthaw of Illinois was with ning with an eeirt wl.u wore a stun-nln- s new rtfttiy tut. (Thank brsrrn his brother. Walker Hradshnw several these hnts stv nlrmwt relics now)) The days thu past week. eoneriTHtlwi ti for the singing of Messrs Newt and Harold Hendren the llrst hjtiin nn-- l at the clov of the of Cottonburg were recent visitors of seng there was a loud report. I bad rat duwn nx.n that stunning new bat. Mr. Jesse fiulley and family. ntrliance T. and J. I. Sanders sold a Mean- A. ling Aberdeen Angus calf to Mr Newt Hendren of Madison for $125. Mrs. K. II. Hay nnd children have ?i been quite ill with flu but we are glad to report that they nre Iniprov Assays;:?. Ing. EXPERIENCED GIVES ADVICE or "Here are, in shape" Trained That Trutona Real Try It. The family of Mr. K. V. (Jrow are improving lifter a severe attack of flu. The nurse left for her home in llerea Monday. (nlvnnlzed Hoofing Is scarce und hard to get. (live us your order so we can get it while we ran. Conn Ilros Live and Let Live Folks, John M. Amon, Dan Kast and A. T Sanders attended the I'olnml China hog sale of Wright, Thornburg nnd Ithodes at Lexington recently. Mr Vmon and Mr. Sanders purchased a number of the hogs nt a fancy price. V. T. Sanders nnd J. M. Amon re cently bought from Hloomfleld Ilros, Orange City Iowa, a yearling Poland Chinn sow for which they paid $000, Men who know a good hog when they see one pronounce her the best sow that ever came to Kentucky I I Hazel wood Sanatorium For th Trcatmtnt Tubrrcuhiiii f Maintained !) the L hIU ubri ul.ns AM .; ua fc r llie adequate irritotrnl if tuber. clout i a'l stages..: . a.t. IUim J1SCJ prr wrrk. c ludtflil Inurd, mtC. ttntkaa, Liundrr, etc. Ill,-;- i; Mad Ann-s f. I, (or w. PrHftrt-fu- l tmmm iiirotnJlit. iimim.1 ul i.iws it M.MU, 'Jsuicsi.iotJCK. wis. Glen Lilly the FLOUR that competes with QUALITY at a fair price made from selected Garrard County Wheat. ! W. 0. Oftlce Phone 18. RIGNEY. Residence Phone 33. uftcr Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. ed. I can eat heartily now and the food digests properly. I get up In Shyw not yourself glad at the the morning feeling fine und able to misfortune of another, though he do my housework. 1 hope other peowere your enemy. ple who are suffering will take the Be not immodest in urging your advice, of a nurse who knows and friend to disclose a secret. try Trutona." Be not hasty to believe flying re Trutonu is now being introduced ports to the disparagement of any, and explained In Lancaster at Mo Associate yourself with men of Roberts' Drug Store. good quality, if you esteem your (Advertisement.) Sayings of Washington. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men THE BEST INSURANCE AGAINST INFLUENZA. Prominent Educator Believes That Vapomen-th- a Is A Sure Preventive. Dr. tt. M. limine, discoverer of llrnmr's Vnpomenthn Salve, has a letter from t'. V. Wright, Suprrin. trndent of the Wilkes County. N C , Public School, in which he says: "Wo hnve used llrnme'i Vapomentha Salve for nenrly nil the ilia for wlilth It Is prescribed nml havi always to curcd siitiifnctory results. If used In time it has nevrr failed to break up colds, usually the forerunner of (rippe, Influentn nml Pneumonia. I speak from personal ol arrvntlon. I helieve if thin prepnra tion l used In time it will prevent tlie development of pneumonia in every Instance, if used according to I I. 1920. NEW WORLD PROGRAM DEVISED RY CHURCHES By S. CARL TAYLOR 1 each noitril. Ilrame' Vapomentlm Salve penetrntea the porea of the akin, reiicvinc congestion, nt tne fame time henllni; vnpora arise nnd nrc lirrntlird through the mouth nnd nine, loosening the pleghm nnd caus ing the pntient to breathe freely Iti absolute reliability la evidenced by doxens of unsolicited testimonials, llrnme'a Vapomenthn Salve will re llevp pneutnoniii, Inlluenxa, grippe, pleurisy, bronchitis, whooping cough, entnrrh, nithma, tonailitis, hny fever nnd inllnmmntion of the akin Vnpomenthu ia applied extcrnnlly, nnd it will not stain the clothei, a other salves do. So home should ever be without it lluy if from your direction." Thrae strong statements nre fully dealer or direct from the Ilnime Juatified l)-- the remarkable recov- Drug Co., North Wllkenboro, N (.'. a A small eries thnt follow. ISriimc's bottle coda 30c; n much, Salve in npplieil freely over lurger one, containing nix time aa the cheat anil throat nnd Inserted in much, 11.20. Atlv. Vapo-mrnth- mf A I Hka Dodge Brothers cm The car is so light, so certain in its performance and so free from necessity of repair, that the saving in delivery Is actual and real. Xlifia '(I KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. Soon now the ceniui figurea will public For the Mke of our reputation aa n growing cominun ity, here' hoping ench one of us were counted twice. le made And still, there must be aome thing fundamentnlly wrong with our ayatem of compensation. None of ua nre ever pnl ncconling to our tJ. S. EARL TAYLOR, Central Secretary Interchurch World Oun Idcna n to our worth. Movemnet. If Chri-l- . on tnu day ll ai born, had siurlcd ou a tour to preach in eery wllanu in India, lie would tlll bate 30.00U more tu Mll Wo now bctlete wo hae found a way by which th lenders of the. Plot- piani churches can elt around a common table and have the Chrlatlau tiro cram of the entire world laid before them. Ily means of the Interchurch World Movement wo can see where the Methodists ore, and where the llaptlats are We can eo the general outline of their forces, their present statu in this great world struggle, and may also havo some Idea of tha unoccupied places, and what may be done hy all of us to enter these unoccupied parts of the world Arid Which Christ sent ua to occupy cT FOR SALE Saddle Stallion and Jack I 1 will offer for anle privately my splendid saddle stnllion He ia one of the best saddle stnllion in Gnrrnrd county nnd i splendid breeder. He is of the Peavinc nnd Denmnrk stock nnd'none better can be found. Also my fine Blnclc Jack WALKING DAN. BOYD WAGERS Fine sixe, good bone and n great breeder. J. B. CREECH, PAINT LICK, KY. Try It on tht Donkey. When a S).jr girl want in know how mmui she will I iv iimrrleit. h whispers lnti the of the llrt don- key she ir.ti-i"Shall I toon lmu a husband?" If the donkey mow his ear, she will, If he atnntla Immovable, , she won'L N If you have a little dote key In your home, . - ROUTE NO. 3. Dad for tht Debtor I'eotde of Slam nre rnullom nlout gelling Into When n ilrhior Is three miiiiiha In iirr.ur he enn he "'lied ly the creditor nnd compelled work out hl Indebtedness. Shotlld the debtor run away, his father, hi ,vlfe or his children may bo held In slavery until thu debt Is canceled. BBMBBBwsSBBaMBBSBBBBSVB Small Beginnings. Michael 1'iirnday, the famoua phyal. cist, mnde iino of hl fiiuiiniK illscor-erie- s while experimenting In an old aiMiihif ary ahnp with old (Kittles and tin pan. Kll Whitney had few tools and he workeil for mouths In a cellar ei'rini.-iitlnwith his new cotton cla. c flsssSfrBaslBSBBBssaVBs-fliaasaaBj- s AiniitfiiiPfi UnURunLw mi SSI I LHm BUSY PROGRAM Interchurch World Movement Outlines Activities In South For .Months Ahead ltiitim 'iit Foolish Court Sentence. One nf the innt frankly follli nnd lmxiillilc M'Mfiirvs on record wn Unit liiijMKi'd iihiii n child murderer In (iermaiiy, who n Irleil nt Crlefswald In li"t. lie una sentenced to be twice, then to receive two yenm' ImpriMinment, and tlnally to suffer the ox nf nil Ills ixilltlcul rights. Nicaragua's Soapy Lake. Is a noapy lake. ThM sheet of water, the lake of Nejpa, contains a strong solution of blcnrlMinate of potnMi, bicarbonate of soda, and sulphato of mamiesla. It Is used as a bnlr wash, nnd enjoys a local reputation aa o euro for external and Internal complaint. A curliKiliy of Nicaragua ed mm i E aum i . MPfl isaaTSSwiiiiiiMMMiiiiissas I lleclnnine with a campaign of edu cation of thn church member to bin financial obligation to tho church, a comprrhrniiro and continuous pro gram of activities from the present time through the month or Juno hat been decided upon by the lntcrchurci. World Movement In the South. Thli campaign of education In tho duly ol giving to the support of religious ac Is commonly known In tht I tlvltles aa the Stewardship cam , movement It will culminate on Washing , palgn. sold my ton's Illrthday In the observance ol National Stewardship Enrollment Da) , In all churches participating In tht muvrment, February 21 thla ycoi I chancing to fall on Sunday. I The Stownrdshtp enrollment obserr anco will be followed by the observ auce of Sunday, February IStli. at I Ufo Enlistment Day of Frayer foi Students. February this year, for tht first time In forty )ears, will have flvt' Sundays. This fifth Sunday observ j anco la to b made a day of slgnlfi wCui Mom'ent'a o'aniwtion!hurcl1 my in Bryantsville, The month of March Is to be ghcnl of tho campaign! I over to the promotion k nnd onngellam, culmi for natlnc In tho observance of Acknowi edgment Day on Falm Sunday, w hich this vear falls on March ISth. Fvert church taking part In the movement I J Is expected lo hold special evaugrlls Dur 46 good young ewes , (Ic services during tho month. l ine March also theru are to b a series of state pastors conferences brood sows to In tho principal cities of tho South rODLIU Having farm, I will on nnn? inMil III m BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Saturday, March 13th AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Ky, sell to the highest bidder, the following at place life-wor- Live Stock and Farm Implements II KJ mM I KcKlrulma wiumgl' CALUMET hr OhwclllllllUIuo BAKING POWDER wfl(j IH II H I Hsjl 91 Pi wuira minutrs r nulriUI. snd I kmn it's pur and uliulnmiir, aa Cahimrt fonliins only tufh InsTnlwnls nn olfKUllir by lh U. a. Food AutKoifl!"n )Vm wrr kny mi ukn yarn uu it. III III II 11 11 1 1 HIGHEST it) 1 llrHI faB4r III RaaMI "aTBII saw Rap III1HH IllisraaaVlaBaarJ slve. Local teams and committee will bo organlied and thoroughly drill ed In the duties to bo expected ol them In tho making of this canvasi for funds to carry out the constructive program of the churches. Throughout May and the early pari of June the Movement will bo directed toward the organisation and per fee tton of conservation and extrnsloc plana. Later In June summer confer voce of missionary education will b and lambs; 3 Jersey milk cows, all fresh; 3 ready farrow; 4 good draft mares; 1 seven-ye- ar old mare mule' 1 8ix vear old hor8e mule? 1 pftir 4 vear old hore mu,e; 1 Pair four ov !u old mules, horse and mare; 7 head of Red calves; 1 four year old Red taaUThlS community and denomination. join tho church Day and commit borrel horse mule; 1 two year old horse mule; 1 yearling mule; 1 five year ment Day, when thousands of new! members aru expected to bo rocciu-old harness mare; 1 four year old harness horse; 1 two year old saddle fil- Into tho churches In tho South, wil im observed on Kaatw Sunday. Aprt ly; 2 high bred trotting colts; 1 three year old fancy Shetland mare pony; 4th. This day will b marked by great Ingathering of Christiana In tht g neacl Qf lonlr vcarliflff heifers and Steers, churches Inspired with the thought and determination of doing a greatei One Binder; Two mowers; Three Cultivators; Three plows; Three servlco for Christianity Tho next fortnight In April will b spent In actlro preparation for tht wagons; One hay frame and all kinds of machinery, harness and tools to great financial campaign to be con Three Self Feeders. ducted April Zlst to May 2d, Inclu run a first class farm. !o0uchri iuSTJ iirj hi-li- c ! o Some Household Goods. tin. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. W. K. Davis. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch Wc Americans aro suffering from a peculiar and apparent ly incurable mnlady. We nrc afflicted with too much "favo- rite son." Look at the presidential field today. In almost every state some favorite son has his rod up in hopes the lightning will strike it. The cleresult is, the ment of qualification becomes secondary to that of state pride. Thousands of people. through mistaken notions of local patriotism, support a man for president simply because he is of their own statu anil a gootl fellow. It prevents the giving of proper consideration to the claims of those who do possess the necessary qualifications an omission which some day may prove disastrous to our welfare as a nation. But, then, it is Americanism up to date. nt II 19202 WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Vulcan Plows AND REPAIRS. 11 FULL LINE OF CUTTING HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS, CULTIVATORS. Conn ii Brothers. 1E1 of the ?0,00O,0Q0 agreed upon .a the Disciples' goal for the five year period. The promotion committee In Kentucky will likely" ask for more than one million dollars this year. The promotional committee of the Hoard of Education and the United Christian Missionary Society have selected Rev. Homer W, Carpenter, minister of the First Christian Church of IMchmond n director. He will give nil of his time to this work during Mnrch. April and May. Mr. Caramong pel tcr's popularity the churches of Kentucky, his wide knowledge of out people In the state, successful experience, and enthusiastic attitude toward the whole task is a guarantee of the success of the movement. The Richmond church ha manifested n very fine spirit in releasing him for the three months. being willing to make the sacrifice In order that the whole task of the Dis ciples of Christ in the State of Ken tucky may be put forward. Funds raised in the state will be divided equally between the representatives of the Hoard of Education In the state and the United Christian Mis sionary Society. Designations of gifts will be permitted. VIRGINIA CAROLINA Fertilizer Is Best For Tobacco Land and Beds. Matures the Crop Earlier Improves the Texture. Increases the Yield. Let us Book your Order NOW. Also Fertilizer for Corn and Oat Land First Shipment Now In. Some political agitators can never open their mouths with- MME. AMELITA GALLI-CURC1, "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." 1111111 Fll other? Shall we make honorable $1.50 a Year. limed Weekly. thrift the watchword of our Psrable in Advance. community? It is the ideal existence, and J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. to any community P.. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. is possible where the people have the will Entered at .the Tost Office In Lan- and courage to follow tlie path Mall caster, Ky., as of honor and gentleness wherMatter. ever it may lead. The Central Record Second-Clas- s Lucasttr. Ky.. March 11.1920 CITY newspapers frequently devote much space to the Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Rate, For Political Announcement,. r'or Precinct and City Offices.-$5.0- 0 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. For Calls, per line. .10 . For Cards, per line . .10 For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 15-0- 0 line Obituaries per line .. 10 .05 FOR CONGRESS. Wc are authorized to announce RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election, I Saturday, August 7, 1020. FOR CONGRESS. Wc arc authorized to announce COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson promotion of beauty contests. As the end draws near the contest waxes warm and excitement reaches fever heat. People go to great lengths to aid their friends who are in the running. Even married men are drawn into the whirl and go their limit in exploiting their favorite beauties. But are the wives the favored ones? They should be, but they are not. The true husband considers no woman more beautiful than his wife he sees no imperfections and he considers no other woman in the running with her. Yes, there are a few such husbands, but you never see their wives paraded in the public print to satisfy the curious. A CASE OF EVERYBODY. out railing against "big business." They do not stop to consider that the greatness of this" country is the result of this same big business. What we need in reality is a strong curb for the corporations- not extermination and pro tection from demoralizing on slaughts of radicalism. Cor porate interests should be ade quately protected and everlastingly curbed. They should be permitted the right to a fair profit and prevented by rigid government supervision from extortion and profiteering. The same can be said of organized labor, of agriculture, and of every other legitimate interest. Then, and only then, will ideal conditions prevail in this country. MANY people have an itlea that the eighteenth amendment constitution docs not prevent their making liquqr, in their own homes for their own private use. But they had best disabuse their minds at once of any such fond ideas. No person is allowed to distill liquor in his home either for himself or for any other person. It is a case of hands off completely, and the penalty is drasiic. for to the All people see the bright side of life at certain times when they look into a mirror. reigning queen of song and iter popularity U still at high tide. Altho Mus Vergrlia Ray. Hoofing is scarce and Miss Hernie Ray is ill. Not since Jenny l.ind astonished iHJivr us your order so hard to get the world with her wonderful bird e can get it while v,e ran. Mr. Clay Slwpm na ben quite Liv.-- and Let IJve Folks. like tonus, has there been such a sen- ill. Conn Hro sation in the musie world as this Mrs. Crowley Hardwiok and hand, Mr. James Karl Whittaker lias been little modest woman, seme little daughter, KlizaMh Ford ill. powfsor of the "Wonderful Voice".' Mr. Oneal Simpson has been quit spent Tuesday with Mrs. C. R. N'ay She will give one of her never-to-blor und family. dl with the flu. on forgotten recitals in Louisville of this community The families March 22nd. and people from hunWumenlcss Wedding at School dreds of miles are taking advantage are all better with the tlu. auditorium, FrWny nlgnr, March 12th. Mr. Clayton Ray spent Friday with of of this wonderful opportunity hearing this famous singer by send- his cousin Mr. Harrison Ray. Optimist snd Conservative. ing in early mail orders. Her apMr. Dan Mark had the misfortune Alllwuch pearance will lie the third concert on to lose a vnluablc farm horse last r.mrtly nn n rtinvrtntin. i t,ot ...,n. untlmUi. 1 ihlnLthe series of the Civic Music Series week. lit Is pretty likely to cmserf a. I under the management of. Ilradford Mr. W. M. Adams Is improving tltr 11,'firr June. Mills and Merle Armitage, who pay many much to the gratification of his particular attention to mail orders, friends. so that all people coming from a disMr. Clayton Ray purchased of Mr tance have gootl seats. This has been the most successful series ever pre- James Ray a fine young horse prior sented to Kentucky music lovers anil $10O. 76. Mr. Stanley Foster spnt one day OR- the management takes great pleasure presenting the world's greatest recently with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall in Cattle artists at the louest possible ot. Kayburn. Mme. Gallie-Curc- i is accompanied on Mrs. Hugh Simpson spent Thursall her programs by a flutist and her day with her mother, Mrs. Nannie voice blends so beautiful!)' with the Hay ami family. flute that it is very hard to distinSingle Comb Brown Lrthorn Ens Mrs. Cecil Doolin spent a few days guish one from the other. She sings last week with lier.parents, Mr an many of the favorite songs of Jenny Mrs W 1. Uak ir. ERLE C. FARRA l.ind including "The Last Rose of BoxI7, LANCASTEH.KY Misses Agnes and Zona Hrazley Summer", "Annie Iiurie" etc, as R.V were the wee end guest of tucli well as arias from the operas in which she first made her triumph. In the fall of 1910 she was crowned by the world of music lovers ns their The Greatest Soprano of the World to Appear in Louisville March 22nd. JUDSON. ' rou.ln (iaUanued (lalll-Curc- e - I . I For Sale Exchange for Two TeamsMules county, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in thii4 the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election, Saturday, August 7, J920 i OUR COMMUNITY SPIRIT. Occasionally, but not often, we hear of some community which is blessed with a rare anil priceless spirit the spirit of "live and let live." But it is so rare as to be almost nonexistent in this day of sharp practices and bunco games. There is much of that precious spirit in this town, but there is room for more. We have fully our share of good will and tolerance, but we could cultivate more with honor to ourselves and profit to the community. Life to unch of us consists mainly of what we make of it. We can cast the soft rays of sunshine and happiness over our existence, or we can fill our Hvas with the shadows of greed and avarice and insatiable long hi g for those things which we may not possess. This is our home the place where most of our lives will be spent where memory is Always Shall Everybody walks the streets of this town. Everybody sees bits of paper and refuse on the strrets possibly everybody helps to put them there. Everybody thinks they are unsightly and should be removed, but everybody wnits for everybody else to do it. Now if everybody would make a point of picking up this refuse wc would have a more sightly town, and everybody would take pride in living in a place which evorybody helps to keep cloan. Let's everybody get busy for the benefit of ovurybody else. Some day DISCIPLES Merge State Campaign. Rev. Homer W. Carpenter, of Rich- mond, Director of Drive For $6,500,000 Fund For Nest Five, Year. KY. Work. born in Italy she fell in love with America at first sight and a month ago took out naturalization papers, . and will permanently reside in Single admission tickets for concert will be $1.10, the (,'aIli-Cur$2.20 and $11.30 including war tax. Mail orders tilled in the order received. Address Civic Music Series, care Stewart Dry Goods Co., Louisville. New-York- Save Your Cream BY USING A DE LAVAL J the women of dear to us. we seek to cant out what there is of the spirit of greed, and suspicion, and ungenerous rivalry among men? Shall we supplant it with one of kindness, of tolerance, and of good will toward each own. this country will enjoy equal suffrage with men. They will have votes in every contest in which men have a vote. They will be the equal of men in every respect, as they are now the superior of men in many. Only a few years ago women was considered a frail thing to be coddled and protected from all contact with the sterner side of life. Today she is n fixture in business, her voice is heard in evory mart of trade, every movement of importance that concerns the public weal. The evolution of woman in the past few years has been more rapid and more far reaching thnn any other phase of human life. She is coming into her At a meeting of the Promotional Committee of the Hoard of Education and the United Christian Missionary Society, it was deciiied to merge the Transylvania and College of the lliblu campuign into the Disciples World Movement in Kentucky. The Executive Committee of the Trnmylvanin Campaign Committee has agreed to this merger, and n director for the united movement .has been appointed. In addition to the member of the Hoard of Education in Kentucky, the Foreign Christian Missionary Society, the American Christian Missionary Society, the Christian Woman's Hoard of Missions, the Hoard of Church the Hoard of Ministerial Re. lief, and the Rational Henevolent Association will participate in the campaign. Included in the ubove organizations ure the Kentucky Missionary, Society, the State Sunday School urn) the Widows und Orphans Home at Louisville. The new organization will take over the machinery set up by the Transylvnniu College campaign, and will enlurge it so as to represent all the interests. A promotional for the state, consisting of Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell, W II. Elliott, J, II. MacNeil, J, S. Hilton, Lin D. Cartwrlght, W, Hume Logan, and President R. II. Crosifleld, has been uppointed. The organization included in this new movement will attempt to raise about $0,500,000 during the next live years, or a little more than LEXINGTON', n, com-mittone-tent- h WATCH YOUR BROOD SOWS. Do not let them become constipat ed. Give them an occasional dote of 11. A. THOMAS' HOG POWDER. Relieves constipation. It is n true conditioner und tonic.Makes strong.' and healthy pigs. Wc sell it. W. A. D1CKERSON Advertisement. , Cream their machines? Separator. ANY of your neighbors arc wing De Laval. Have you ever aiked any of them how ihey like Why not make a few inquiries? You'll find that the De Laval it giving them more cream and better creem; that it is easiest to turn, to clean and to care for; very seldom get out of order and never jcems to wear cut. Your nciahbori will back uo what wc have been telling you Cotton Seed Meal for sale. Hudson, rljghe and Farnau. For Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, 'Heating, Guttering, Roofing, about the De Laval. So will any of the other 2.325,000 De Laval users. Painting Repairing, talk rr oven wmi YOCK NEIGHBOR on easy terms. Come in. examine the macliinc and talk it over. Wo will sell you a De Laval andJsH'kinds of SOONER OR LATER YOU WILL BUY A Tin Work SEE OR i'MONE m LAVAL P,B,Williams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work ', HASELDEN BROS. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, McK I I, 1920 i . Vote For LADIES The Bond Issue So Garrard County Will Have Better Roads Enabling you to more easily see JOSEPHS for better WEARING APPAREL They're Here! lA Spring Review of beautiful creations in Spring Colonials LADIES COATS, SUITS, DRESSES . PUMPS -- OXFORDS FOR WOMEN M y 7 Garments that you will admire. See them before making your purchases. Our assortment substantiates our claim to having the most modern footwear In Lancaster. May wc enjoy the pleasure of an inspection by you? 4 TO OUR PATRONS-- - THE JOSEPH House of Qualify. POST-OFFIC- MERCANTILE CO. shown much interest in school activities. She is a student of the College of Arts and Sciences nnd n member The One Price Store. Mrs, William Kmhry and Mis Allio Mr. J. K. Robinson, Miss Joan Ynntis were m Danville Tuesday. Mount, Mr. nml Mrs. R. L Klkin were visitors in Danville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Itankin and daughter, haw been recent visitor Dr, and Mrs. W. S. Klkin, who have In Danville. been viiitlng Ijincnster relatives, returned to their home in Atlanta, (in., Mrs. I. 0. Hunker who has been ill Saturday. nt her home at Paint Lick is some-wh- it It is very gratifying to friends of bettor. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cox to know-tha- t MIms Susie and Gertrude Conn, they have both recovered from who hnvo been 'cry sick with tlu, are n severe attack of tlu. able to be up. This is the first birthday Mrs Frank Mrs. Guynn of Paint Lick, Is the Hubble has had in four years. She guest of her sister, Mrs. V. A. Lear was born on the -- Ulh of February. on Lexington avenue. She has been receiving many conSomerset Journal. Mr. Claude O. Conn has returned gratulations. frtm a visit to relatives at Winches-to- r, A Birthday Surprise. Waco and Richmond. A welcome surprise was given at Mr. George Smith Jr., who has the home of Mrs. William R. l'reston been in Cincinnati, where he con- on Thursday by her friends and relasulted an eye specialist.' has returned tives, the occasion being her home. birthday anniversary. A three course dinner was. served and was greatly Mr. T, - Kam, of Louisville, has enjoyed. A number of useful presljiticn-tebt-- spending a few days in r ents were received and the guest in the Interest of the lied Cross left wishing her many more, happy w3rk. birthdays. Mrs. Allie F. Sanders and daughMiss N'nncy Clark celebrated her ter, Miss Itillie, are in Louisville this week, tho guest of Mrs. J. J. ninth birthday Inst Sunday at the homo of her Mr. and Pursley. Mrs, S. J. Ilourne. About fifteen Mrs. J. W. Klmore, Mrs. R. 1). relatives and school unites were presIllanton. Mrs. It. K. Turley. Misses ent to partake of the bountiful dinIlottie West and Mary Klmore were in ner. NThe little hostess received many Danville Monday. bautiful gifts. Music, games, and a large basket of fruits and candies Mrs. J. A. Heazloy anil daughters. were enjoyed by the children. All Misses Mildred and Lucille, and Miss left wishing Nnncy many more happy Lucretia Skinner, have been recent birthdays. visitors in Danville. MUses Fanny and Betsey West enMrs. Adolph Joseph and attractive tertained the Hereon clans of the baby returned from Louisville last Christian church Friday evening. Monday, after u protracted visit to The class was reorganized nnd the her mother, Mrs. Boner of that city. following oiliccm were elected? Teacher Rev. Ilourlnnd, Mr. Russell llrown of ISryantsville. President Amanda Anderson, spent the week end in with Vice President W. S. Kmbry. his wife and baby, who are guests of Secretary Mr. and Mrs. James 1. Mrs. S. D. Cochran. her mother. Hamilton, Treasurer Mamie Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilder Out look Com. Fanny West, .Mrs. were in Bcrea from Saturday until Monday with his m rents, Mr. and W. S. Kmbry and Mrs. Hubble. Social Com. Mrs. W. Ross llastin, Mm. A. J, Wilder, who are ill with Mrs. Sam Ilascldcn and Mrs. J. S. tlu. Gilbert Mr. Dave Thomas has gone for u I.itjle Miss Jane Kvans Price, visit to his mother and sister, iu Jacksonville Florida. He will alio daughtur of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Price, visit his brother in Hellencr Ark., be- of DanvllUv is visiting Minister Wm. Jennings Price in Panama. The Star fore his return. Heraldl there said of her; "Quite the Mrs. Kliznbetli Hughe has return- mot popular 'little lady' in all Paned to Imcaster after a visit to her ama at the moment is Jane Kvans daughter, Mrs. J. W. Acey, who has Priee, the niece of the American Minboon critically ill but who is some- ister. Almost every day there is what improved in the last few days. same lovely party of one kind or angiven in her honor. Tuesday Mits Nellie II. Jones, of Faint I.ick, other afternoon the young son uf President and Mr. llonney Hopper of Richmond, and .Mrs. Porras gave an afternoon were married Monday afternoon at dance for her and n number of his tho homo of Mr. W. M. Ray, Rev. I). young friend were asked to dance 11. Matherly oirici.1ng. They will ami ply with her, Monday aftermake their honte in Richmond. noon at the American loratiou she Mrs. Louis Lnndram. Mrs. W. II. f wan the "honorlelta" ef a lovely birthday cuke Hurton, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton of birthday party with Lancaster, were here yusterday. It and ice cream und lots of the good is always a great pleasure to have things to make her nnd her friend She m a fascinating little Mrs. Laudrnm back in Danville, huppy. where she loft many friends, who al maid and wore a lovely .little frock ef ways think uf her as belonging to ui. rose colored organdy which was very becoming." Danville Advocate. Igrand-parent- E WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. Mallnble Ranges, $95.00; Good Steel Ranges $55.00; Oliver Riding Plows $63.00; Walking Plows $17.50; Oliver Cut-1 Gossip About n People A Coin ji by Thou W Art Intc ro'tid Is. ting Harrows $50.00; Oliver Smoothing Harrows $20.00; Oliver Cultivators $55.00; John Deere Cultivators $55.00; Buena Vista Saddle $31.75; Break Harness $28.75. Mr Clay Kautfman bus returned On account of lets rent we are trimming our prices and not our customers. Come in and get your share. A ft. wire to i ovtngton. fence 60 cents rod, while it lasts. Mim Mattie l.utz was a visitor in Drll Mtotion of th Comings snd of the Philosophian Liternry Society in M", M8, Secretary and Treasurer '10 and 0; Student Government Council MO; V. W. C. A. Cabinet '20 and Cabinet Treasurer '20; Y. W. C. A. Advisory Hoard 'L'O; "K" Association '18, 'IU, '20; Strollers and History Club. Miss Dean will receive her diploma in June. Cotton Seed Meal for rale. Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnau. New Use for Plat Class. Tin' Hcmitlc pnH'rtlenf a tvtrolt church have been liuprmed by the sounding Ixuird susof a plate chi pended ier the pulpit. J. 'IVnrhtr the dlfferi-nHIUMl." R. MOUNT The Innr mil Tin- - & CO. I'nint I.ick Sunday. KUMt Deal House. I'rof. J. W. Cook was the recent of Mhn Mattie l.utz. .Mr. J. It. Moorman Kits returned Had the Idea. All Right, Let Uertnidi If I'ftwrrn Kill II Is Him.-.' OIK- r i r I 8 "A Is n lot of reply. lllllli d'l'l UK-was tU- - thud's Invention of Roller Coaster. wns drprlvcd of the fact tUat Mr. Woods Walker and son were fun of sliding dovwihill when n tKir Nil recent visiter in Richmond. to tliu Invention of tli nillir ronstrr N Tlii'inp'iin, by Mr. ami Mrs. llryim Wilmot were later famous as tin- - founder of l.uiin park visitors in Danville Tuesday. I- from n viiU to Lexington. tit ' Truly Surprising. So yon are the thiusliliT of my old friend Margaret Itlnnk. t MfiiMil your rhrUterilngelcht-w- n years hci but how you're Klderlj. MoMom Joseph has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati. Mr. Adolph rluiiiiil. SPEED-U- P Regular meeting of the W. C. T. L'. at 2X0 at Mrs. J. H. Kinnaird's. Mrs. F. II. Marksbury is in Louis ville the guest of Mrt. C. C. llrown Mr. and Mrs. K. Prcscott Hrown spent Monday in Stanford with rela 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 us 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 ties 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. Childrcns and Misses Hose as low as 15 cents. Palm Olive Soap 3 cakes for 25 cents. Butter Milk soap per cake 3 cents. Boys Suits $2.98. Boys Overalls 75 cents. Mens Best Overalls $2.50. Unionnlls $3.50. Leggins, 90 cents. Slicker Coats $4.50. Rain Coats $2.98. Ladies Rain Coats, $2.98. Good Blankets, each $1.75. Tooth Brushes 10 cents. A good broom for 50 cents. Shaker Brooms 75 cents. Pink Salmon per can 20 cents. Best Corn per can 15 cents. Lipton's Tea, per pound, 75 cents. Good Coffee, per pound, 25 cents. Good Prunes, per pound 20 cents. Best Peaches per pound, 30 cents. FIXTURES FOR SALE. LEASE ON BUILD-INFOR RENT. HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS REMEMBER WE MUST GET NOT MENTIONED. OUT BY APRIL 1st. Mens Mens Mens Mens originated In Its modern form Immediately ufter the emit In tiro the tire of tendon In Hand In llond pndnbly the olilet tire tiiMirniiee company In the world ami certainly the oldest In (I rent Itrlt-nl- n uim etnl'llliiil on 'lie mutual principle lire liiMirnnce Early Insurance Ccmpany. tivc. Mist JJnry Chestnut has returned from a visit to friends In Iloyle The fool has said in his heart "There is no county. God." - 1 (!) Mr. Hid llobinion is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hubert Henry in Lex ingten. Mrs. Ollle Carpenter has returned from a visit to her parents, near Crab Orchard. Mrs. Zi miner left for Cincinnati last Monday for a few day visit to relative there. Miw Delia Hi:e Hughes spnt the week end in Stanford with her aunt. Mrs. J. W. Acey. :i I I I I (!) I I I ! I Miss Virginia Ilourne has accepted iiosition in the millinery parlor of Mim Minnie llrown. I I I V, I Ml Mamie 'Wilmot of Lincoln county spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ilryan U llmot. Mr. J. I It. Mount i in Allftiitn-- , where shu is the guest of tho family of her sou, Mr. J. M. Mount. G.. Miss Mary Allison Trlbblo of Richmond has conic to (.minister, where (!) she will teach a private school this I) spring. Mrs. Adelpli Jeepli and little daughter. Deris Rose are visiting her (!) parents, Mr. and Mr. Ilaner in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Morris and Carl Roberts af Madison, recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griggs near Lunraster. I v I I i I ' Mr. Mr. frm Ktlon Ileitis has returned n months visit to her daughter Jesse Arnehl and Mr. Arnold in Frankfort. G I 1 Sanders Variety Store I 9 THE BARGAIN CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ilourne, Mlssc The Womuns Club irfet Thursday Virginia and Dodo Ilourne nttendet! afternoon at their rooms on Lexingthe funeral of Mr. Anna Ilourne in ton avenue. After it most interest Nlchohisvllle. ing talk on the book of "Aunt Jane of Kentucky" frum Mrs. Robert Dr. Pry or, who has been making who gave it in a most charm-Ins- ; ,lus home in N'icholasville, has return manner. A social hour was thored to Lancaster where he will reside oughly enjoyed by those present. In the future, Miss Albeita Anderson and Miss . Miss Minnie Johnson, who has been Helen (iill furnished delightful music. quite ill at the home of Mrs. W. A. The hostesses for the afternoon were ! Price, has recovered, her numerous Mrs. Jsmes Keyston and Mrs. Jame Conn. friends will be glad to know. Ped-dlcor' Surely none other than a fool could harbor such a thought. From n physical standpoint, to n rational, thinking, observing mind there is nbundant evidcncV to nbsolie nil doubt. Wc hnve the Pyramids, the Colussus. the Leaning Tower, the Hanging Gardens, the Pakce, the Mountain Hut and the Ant Hill for thnt matter nil made by God's creatures which He undowed with mental energy to design and the physical power to construct. The motives that actuated in thu erection of some of these monument! are partially lost in Antiquity, and ran only be guessed ut; others nrv self evident. When we seriously consider our surroundings nnd observe the many things in creation we cannot understand, we are bound to conclude that there is a benevolent Supreme Creative power behind it all directing and governing nil things in the Universe. While it is not given to the finite mind to comprehend the Infinite, yet we should Vnow that u Heing with the power to create the Universe with Its various systems und seasons, did so for some wise purpose which hi being consunuited, nml we should not chufe and become impatient. While it is true that nil or most all of the gooil things we obtain in life requires some sacritlee, and thu evil is thrust upon us; nnd that we are surrounded md monicd by evil none will question; but whence it came uo one cuti positively tell. Thai the Divine Intelligence did not create it is self evident, as all tangs made by Him were good and He pronouncMiss Lucille Dean, .Marceltus, Ky., ed them so and while they muy senior at the University of Kentuckv. change in form yet there k not an and basket bnll star, has just returned atom wasted. M. J. W. from u trip with the team to CumberFOR SALE. land ami Uarboursville where they were successful nnd worthy represOne 1 Mi Ton Republic Truck, entatives of the University, Mist thoroughly rebuilt. Drun is captain of the Kittens und One 1H Ton U. S. Truck, nearly has played on the teams of MS und '10 new. also. Her spirit of determination Will sell either of the above reasund perseverance has won many onable. Gall, points fur the team. During her Henry Moore or 0. R. Carpenter. course at the University the has JCV.t. at Garrard Mill. t The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Mch 11,1 920 conscience of men since time wa. Hut today men and women are great hereafter which ha stirred the looking for a positive religion. They are seeking the voice of a John cry ing loudly in n wilderness of sin and unrest--fthe boldness, of n Paul power ami hydefying wrong-doinpocrisy in high places and low. They listen for a preacher who I not. afraid of his job. Not a Sunday passes that some clergymen does not denounce, in glittering general terms, the one great American sin violation of one of (Sod's first laws:"ltcniembcr the Sab-bnDay to keep it holy," disregard for the The growing Christian Sabbath is doing more to lessen the influence of the church and to'bring into disrepute the religion of the Lord Jrsus Christ than or I IS RELIGION ON THE THE BLOTTING PAD By MILDRED WHITE. ICaPHKtit, lir-r- HI. V.i.m "You wnn'i mltiil. If I pill yin In lti rl iiiT Mr. Jrnmit'' Jii'1liliit'i iniln nWtl. "It really M tin- - iiiiit plcnpniit riNtin In tin' Iioum-- . nml tlirtt'n why I'nil It inr.il to liN fiicinl. You know, ,lnl. ilm( I'nil nml Jlldll t rliiim nt iiilli'Si- - Jiulil JiTiiinf Prt-dwn witi hft iiihii wln'ii iinirrlnl, nml t lirnuclioiit our innrrlnl life, tliclr lv1d ami JoiHitlinli frliiiil-rdilIt Mi'itt" ii pit)', lin tlniirlnhiil. that JiiiIvhi prt'ffr ImclifliirlMHMl In I tit t tln'H. "IICll II Hilt I liiirmtiT. l hi l ai n Mtidwit nml no wrnppiil up In IxHik. that wlion lit rlKlti ti, ! Iiim to wiiiiiiI thi d Inner Cunt nt hl tit)' iliMir. Yim Miouhl linve had tin' iriifit ihiiinln-r- . hint nut tin Itlnlni nrrlwd nt tin lat lnipirtim iniiiiiviit. Ilnwi'tcr, tiinki'jriMirwIf fortahli' In .Mr. Jtihih'i Minrtuni. tin-rl no rhnnri' of lil minim; to claim It. Hp h down South." Jni-!- i Inc rimed Hit door after Iht nml mimmI liMikini; nlxmt tin Vixini with It ilnrk liniredve furniture, one lone tnlile n alnnit inuwl with liooki, while ii vpiari of hint mie hroml ml. tins pir Iny nrri evidently n n Her fouln' frleml peiuimn of leclhle f)nrtie. fur tin' lilottlni; pail wn ilalnl)' taiiiil with IIim" of wrltinc f. on. Jolf walkinl to Hi.- - mirror, when' Ihihi: n mxii'immbi. It mi:i" covered lilroL'nipliy with the "rfHii- - ilMlttet Then her ntieHthm ..nientl iiniii a pHklnc plHHosraph of .lml"ii j: Niir I irtenl nlti. lull s wi-r- . could not help feeling nlarmed at the growth of difference to the church," and that pastor were "leaving their pulpit because they could not preach to empty benches." Lailngton If, as suggested by Doctor Newton, The "decline of religion" In the religion I on the decline and there United Stntr wan tllcuseil by the I a "growth of indifference to the Ilev, Jonrph Fort Newton, of church," then must be some reason City, In n nermon Sunday nt for it j the Church of the Divine Paternity, May we look with courage for which he dednred that "20 per in rent of the pnstors who were with u the cause of this deplorable decline liefore the wnr have resigned to en- of that influence which once the church exercised? ter other occupation." Is it true, or not, that n preacher "Of the 110,000.000 persons in the United StntM." he added, "not with n story to tell fails to get an more than attend nerviccn In audience? Is it really true that men nnj religious denomination. Today nnd women are no longer concerned about their souls? there are .1,000,000 Icm children Sunday School than before No, it Is not true that men and the wnr." women nrc no longer concerned He ndded that patriotic citlicnn about their souls and about that DECLINE? Ldr. New-Yor- i th any other form of irrellgloii. Out of it I growing all other evils with force nnd volume. Itcsponsibitity for this, it i true, rest not entirely upon the shouhler of the preacher! but the preacher is the voire of (Sod nnd nt his door I laid the burden of telling hi people the truth. Thnt minister of the gospel who will attack, with truth and courage, the common sin of hi day, will not want for hearers nor will he lie com pelled to plead guilty to nny share of responsibility for the decline of religion complained of by Doctor Newton. The souls of men ran still he stir red. Men of today are not ditferent essentially front the men of ancient Home. Hut Pauls Keel like making a gallon or two of booie for your own use! Don't do It. Under tho provisions of the prohibition law the government, If rru are detected, can seiie the real estate on which ft was made nnd throw you into the street. The an-tappear to have put sharp leeth Into the law, after all. li Quica-atut- r U ATM. IT -- B.I ll MM ! k.iIt ll l -' Kr. .:r SKIKI1IIHI in em (Alli'r' !,,.. are scarce. IIASELOEN BROS. ft : : "THE REXALL MODERN METHOD OF ADVERTISING" e hnte. the itoeni4i ItewHth ehtar hhiielf A tout Oni ? THE PLAN Pay us tho regular price Cent ' Il-I2-I3th oit.ko iikkakfast coffei: the pU'ture, pro wlilinlnil iikmmN WnllHetl ll liliMitlty. Jo4e, In one of the u tilth I'lMtnieterlieil her, creeled the irtrttire nifli moniitii. or nved to It n MhcIiIiic fttrewcll nt Mie left the riHiin. To (ivr special induce ments to every house. keener, we will offer dur-i- n this isle OI'EKO wonderful COnXI'.. Idend ol America' molt popular beverage, for the tpeclal prire of Per PounJ A6t ninueil. "Don't hrenthe n wnrd to Jole." "he mliiiunMied her hulnml. "I ii IH pilne to write JtxUon, nkltlS h'm to ficip over on hi return trip. I "III vnMly ('oiflu Neel un Dates of Sale, Thursday, Friday, Sturdy, March i for any item her advertised and we will sell you another of same kind for ONE CENT. PURPOSE This sal was developed by the United DrOf Co., as an advertltinf plan. The Company lacrificet its profits in order to t the benea larger distribution of its meritorious products, and you fits. Take advantage of this unequalled opportunity lu learn mure of this splendid line of merchandise. (THESE PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE WAR TAX) expliiln tlmt for n nljjlit or two he will have to put up with your ileu in u kleeplnc placi'." "No hope of inatehiiiakltii; when Jtiilil It her liuhuml named her. Illn wife merely Mulled. She knew her Jole well. Anil, when the xrliolur win duly ItiMnlhil In Fred' ilen, fur once hookn were forgotten. Jfo lona-- , T wnf It neeexiary to ceek m out for JuiNoti Jerome win nhvuyi menK on hnml. nluny) nt KnEerly, he right hnml. Jole' wntcheil the clrl. n new hopeful upon hi flue fare. Jole, It wa. who turned pcrveriie; Jole, who llrigcretl In her liorrowtil room until the lait poillile moment ; Jole, who ierlte!itly turneil n xhouhler to the original of the xir trait with which he (mil ttmiuiuneil. 1 it SYMOND'S INN 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 61c. Iter cciuln lovi'x wiih In deipalr. her," Nell dlnronsolutely told her hiikliaml. a Judvm Jerome for n fecund time poitpmel liU dear lure, "and fears to lone hi' chance hy going away. And Jole love htm. I know It." j "fhen what the deuce Ii the matter ' with her!" the liuoliaud axkixl. Ill wife shook her head. "I can't Imagine." reiill.il. Judd Jerome met hi hot later In the hall. "I am going nwuy, Fred," jimln ' he xufd jerkily. "That little t of jour nutlp-- j to haven nthy to me, and I will not annoy I t her longer with my preen-e.""Judd." hln friend itald id.mly, "Nell tilK me that Jole Mti weeping hetore. jour picture, when uloue. N the antlpnthy mi utrotig, do you think, that It cuuei her to moon over yoii7 tlr j l iniKinliig uppoeil to hare another J Mi-re- "lie Ballardvale Pure Grape Jam pound t ounces. 60 cents Two Cans 61 cents HOT-WATE- Ballardvale Blackberry Jam ounce. 60 cents Two for 61 cents BOTTLE HARMONY TOILET WATER Beautiful 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 MAXIMUM R SEPTONE HAIR TONIC WITH QUININE The Kind You Will Recommend To Your Friends. Large Bottle 85c 2 for 86c. The largest selling bottle in the world. The price everywhere capacity. Guaranteed for two is $2.25 each. Full years. This Sate Standard price two-qua- rt One Bottle $2.25 MAXIMUM Two Bottles $2.26 Bottle 90c 2 Bottles 91c Same Goods. FOUNTAIN SYRINGE Same Price. Same Guarantee. OINE CENT SALE-'REXA- LL hlgtilllcatuer For the purpose of introducing! these Remedies to those who have OINE CENT SALE REMEDIES' we make this extraordinary offer. never used them, RUBBING OIL 30 JmUou was already fur down the hall In n cozy nook nt It end where lie J iiuu iiei jii'ie. .iiiiicipaiing ner Movement towurd lllght, he luirred the elixir. "I love )ou." the nrludnr hurt nul hreathlimily. "I love )ou more than life. I want you for my wife Oht why will you not let me try to a:li!i )oii to (tire. JoleV With llHlilng eye the girl fact-- 1 lillil. "You dare iny that to me," khe cried, "while )ou write, u you do, to unollier woman? 1 tbiHlgliUtllere liU'l hei-no oentlmetit In )our life, until I rend that Imrrld hlotter In )our riMHii. It wu an aechliHit at tlrt. The word up Into the mirror of my Unfiled hutidlme. iw 1 tmppemil to hold It opi'ii ure not uhuve It. Une In urtlcleii or Mlentltlc research, lire. theyT Wall." eomiiMiiuhil Jule, and danhetl up the talr. Win n khe returned lie Imre In her haliiU not only tho familiar hlotter, hut a hand sine a well. "lleiid that." Mild Jole, and In the eUk he aaw rellei'liil u precltely j REXALL Toilet Soap. 2 Boxes 46c. 45c Box Guths Honey Cream Fountain I Syringe cent. . - .. - . Two for 31 cent. -- TJ.LIT JUJ ll $2.25 Two for $2.26 25 cent 85 THROAT TABLETS TALCUM POWDER. COLD CREAM. Two for 26 cents. Two for 86 cents. REXALL TOOTH PASTE. cent. Caramels. 2 for 76c 75c Box A m -- . pae i real . T It f 1 A 12 in box. 20c. 2 for 21 cents A perfect dentifrice antiseptic and deodorant. Cleans and whitens the teeth. Comes out flat on the brush. 25 cents One tube 26 cents. Two Tubes 60 cents. SO Two for 61 cents. Two for 51 cents. Two for 51 cent. TALCUM POWDER. - Violet Dulce Vanishing; Cream. 50 cents. SO ... , - cents. Cascade Pound Paper. 50 cent Value, " cents, MASSAGE CREAM , Two for 51 cents. written line: "What khult do with nil the day and hour until I nee thy facer Over the troubled feature of the ktudetit came an Illuminating light. "It a a uotatlon," he hiintciied to eiptaln, "which your rounln wUlutl mo to look up for her, Khu wuuled to K'kut when he klip It Into I'reil'n went away. I copliil It." For n moment Jolu cat kllent. meekly, "Judd," klit kald nt "Nell telU mo that you uru leuilng." Jolo held out her handi. "What Khali I do with all tho dayi had hour," h rrpvated aoftly, "un til I ie thy facer I REXALL CHERRY BARK Cough Syrup 35 cents. 36 cents Two for ....2 2 for lbs, 51c. 50 cents 15 SMAMPOO CRYSTALS .Two for 51 cents. Two for 16 cents. Two for 76 cents. Cascade Envelopes. 10c. package 11 cents POWDER PUFFS. HAIR BRUSHES. , cents. 75 cents lat McRoberts LANCASTER, Drag Store. KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men I I, 1920. FROM CHILDREN' "Smooth as silk, ch? Same here" Chesterfield PAINT LICK Miss Kato Ely has returned from u several days visit nt Paris. Miss Lucy Francis spent part of last week in Danvlllo visiting friend. Mis Annie Sanders spent the past week with her sister, Mr. Elsie Fritts. Mr. and Mr. It. F. Halston were the week end guests of her father, Mr, James Scott nenr lainrastcr. Paint Lick Garage received another enr load of handsome Chevrolet cars which were unloaded Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Taulbce Cornell and Itev. L. N'. Howling wcro guests of Mr. and Mr. O. I Hammuck Sunday. Mi Kmma Estridgc has returned to Monticellu to finish her school which was closed on account of the flu ban. Mis Lucy Williams of Itichmond visited her sisters, Mrs. Edd Williams nnd Mrs. Orvlle Hoane from Saturday until Monday. The colli weather Ium cut down the attendance nt school, nltho we see plenty of children loafing around during school hours. Little Margaret Conn is able to be out again nfter another attack of pneumonia. This is wicc she has had pneumonia this winter. MOUTHS. Here's a Lot of real wisdom Uttered by Pittsburg youngsters. thousand precepts Over thirty-fivof thrift where submitted recently in n contest unions Pittsburg school children for the best slogans to encourage the sate of Thrift Stamps and War Saving Stamps. One hundred and eighty-siof the slogan won prizes aggregating $500. The children, who ranged in age from 1) to 1 1 gathered their material from a wide vnriety of source. The slogan which won the highest priie, written by Itnymond Loxter-maaged II, emphasized the saftey of the government securities and the wisdom of holding them to maturity. His contribution was; "W. S. S. nrc good as gold - "llest to have, and best to hold " Ituth Miller, aged 12, winner of the second prize made it clear that thrift is not miserliness. Her slogan read."Thrift doosn't mean do withIt means do with less. Huy out. W. S. S." "Thrift today means wealth tomorrow" by .Minerva Demetrius, It, won third prize. Some of tho other slogans were;"Cut nut candy, movie and their vamiw; Invent your money In War Stiving Stamp;" "Some rainy iy you'll need a lift; then you'll be glad you practiced thrift." Sow your pennies now and your reward afterwards." reaj .Stamp thrift cure spend thrift " e x THEY ARE HERE BY THE CHESTERFIELDS four" smoothness, LssMlPsLsW taste, (uiility and value. What's t!io good word, everywhere you go ? They sattxfy! CAE LOAD We Have It CALL US Let Us Mail it to You. McRoberts Drug Store Mr and Mrs Leslie Hill. Messrs Hill Matthew, Hobart and Mim (ihtdys Hay is improving slew- - Jesse Simxon were In Lexington un T a business trip Tuesday. Mr. Hubart drew and baby have Mr unci Mrs. Newton Crow and been quite ill. Mrs. Preston Snyder spent Tuesday K. II. Preston toltl a etnv ts .Squire with Mor. and Mrs. Lice Holton. New by (or 126. Miss Christine and Mr. Itnlph Pres MIm Mary Price is visiting Mm. ton spent Saturday and Sunday with Walker Hurdctte. Misses I.lmln and Jessie Preston. Miss Osa II. Hill li visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sanders were Mn. Dillanl Simpson. the week end guest of his mother, Mr. Everett? Grow wni a recent Mrs. Mary A. Sander at Teatersvllle. tnitor of Mr. Hobart (5 row. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Matthew and Mr. Mose Simpson was n recent daughter. Miss Arlclgh, spent Wed visitor of hi brother, Mr, Aaron nesday with Mr. and Mrs. James POOR RIDGE. hr sis-te- r. Matthew, Squire ami Orear Whit-takGalvanized Hooting is scarce and were the guest of Mr. Harrison hard to get. Give us your order so Hay Sunday. we can Ret it while we can. spent one Conn Hros Live Miss Acnes Simpson and Let Live Folks. Mrs. mirht recently with her sister, , Mr. Walker Hurdctte underwent Speed Sherrow-Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sherrow were, an operution at Cincinnati for an In his head, and is doing nicethe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walker abscess ly hi his friends will be clad to know. Huriiettc recently. MiM llnzel Preston spent a Vanadium Highly Important. recently with her ceusln. Miss For the latiitt t)M-- of engineering Halhe H. Duncan. works, such ns airplane, submarine, Mrs. I.ynn Cobb and daughter, ! torpedoes and similar work. the posMnttie llualnh spent Monday with session of n material of tilch resistance m strides of nil kind enables Mrs. Silas Matthews. some of the most dllllcult elements of Mrs. Walker Hurdctte and children the work to he sulviil, While tho of vanadium to steel doe and Miss Mary Price spent Sunday this, and tint nite nt present with Mrs. Caleb Johnson. Its most Important use, It lias also n Mr. Dillanl Simpson n'nt Satur- unrked iiiIIih i.ie upon cast Imn and day and Sunday with her parents. ujmiii copper Messrs er few-day- s s Simpson. V THE UNIVERSAL CAR Th Ford M .M T O.nc Ton Truck with its U really a manganese Hronc worm-driv- e rccmit) for the Jarrmr because it solus hU I rohlem of economic transportation from the farm to the city. Ami in farm work alone, it will be found a great money saver a well a a lip labor saver. Hat all the merits of the Ford car multiplied by greater capacity with greater strength. No extra cost in operatic 1. We'd like to ti'k. it ov.r uth every farnur. llring car to u.i lor necessary repairs and your thus let the (jenuine Ford parts and reliable Ford workmanship. Mrs. (). L. Ilnmmnck nnd Miss Jessie Mac Hummnck visited Mr. John Anderson nnd Mrs. Susie Mobcrley at Point Leuvell part of last week. Miss Mollie Coliliron ami Mr. Kirk West, both of this place eloped to Jellico and were married last Thursday nnd returned home Saturday. "Mr. ami Mrs. of Orvillc iloonc Mnyrvillc have taken rooms nt Mrs. McWhorters. Mr. Iteone will help A MERCILESS JUDGE Mr. Williams in his blacksmith shop Thos Davis and Hill Joe Mason ALSO have returned from u several months One Who Shows No Favor. slny in Floridu. much to the gratifi A merelli-- w Judge I Father Time. cation of several young ladies around HILL-SID- E Ileforn lutn the weak and the wanting go to lln Malt Calvuniied Hoofing is scarce am Only tin- - truth can stand For ear th follow mg state hard to get. (live us your order so merit from a l.inaister resident ha we can get it while we can. withstood till sternest of all tests Conn Hros Live and Let Live Folks Mm. t T llrummett. Crab Orchard 1 All the llu patients, Mr. nnd Mrs, St, Iano!ter. says: "My kidney Hurgess, Mr. nnd Mrs. I. H. Shephenl wem oHt of order ami I had pains through my lurk At time I wni ner and son, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Under vous, too IViin' Kidney Pills made wood and daughter. Miss F.dnu, are ii feel much better und stronger in better. every way " Mrs. James Lay ton who has been HSTIN IIKNKPIT.S confined to her bed with pneumonia Nearly tlve year later Mr, liruin- - for about two weeks, is very much un "I have had no retuni of proved her friends will be pleuted to nieti said kidney trouble since Ikxin's Kidney know. PIIU wired mn. I know they are a Mr. Wood Walker is in Mt. Car good re.me.ly und I often recommend met Illinois visiting her mother, Mrs. them to others." Prico 60c, at all dealer. Don't Mayes. Shu is expected home this simply ask for a kidney remedy giit week and her mother will accompany -tVtian'a Kidney Fills the ame that her home for a visit. Mrs. Itnimmett had i Paint Lick can again boast of n Co, Mfr. Iluffalo. N. Y. WOLF TRAIL. Teatcr. Cream Station. A Louisville firm Galvanized Hooting Is scarce and installing machinery nt Mr. F.dd are The flu victims in this vicinity arc hard to get. (live us your order so HKYANTSVILLE Williams mill. We understand Mr. all about well. we can get it while we can. Orvillc Hoone will be in charge. Mr. Hard Price has returned from Conn Hros Live and Let Live Folks. Mm. Mary It, Herkele is ill. Hew U N. Howling filled his rcgu Lexington after n two weeks stay. Mis Mattie Campbell has been ill. Mrs. Carl Mobcrley and little lar appointment at the Christian Mr. Marion Davis spent Sunday daughter and Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbert Mrs. Clint is quite ill with pneu church on Sunday morning but on ac with Mr, John Dnilcy and family. D.iilcy und son were guests of Mr. monia. count of the extreme cold weather nnd Mrs. W. T. Mobcrley Sunday. Messrs Mosu Kay and F.lijah Mr. W. K. Davis was in Lexington there were no services in the evening. were in Lancaster Thursday Mr. Powell Dnilcy was taken to Saturday. Mrs. Hrynnt who has been visiting on business. Lexington Inst Wednesday. The lust Mr. and Mrs. It. I. Hurton were her daughter, Mrs. Montgomery for Mr. F.lmor Kay and Muster Joe Ray report was that she was getting along Danville, visitor Saturday. several day returned to her home ut were with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Dnilcy nicely and did not think she would Mr. Floyd Curtis ami sons, ICussell Hrynntsville Friday. Mr. Montgom have to be operated on. part of last week. and Gilbert, were in Danville Satur cry nnd little daughter accompanied Mr. Powell Dailey und McClelland Mr. Carl Mobcrley spent Saturday day. her home for n visit. and Sunday with Mr. anil Mrs. Fred Dailey and Miss Ilcrt Dailey were In Mr. John Campbell has returned There will be preaching nt Mt Howard in .Madison. Lexington part of lust week nnd wcro horns ufter spending several months Tabor Sunday at 1 1 a. m. The ltcv Mr. and Mrs. Kiijah McMlllian and nlso guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Atbie in Frankfort. J. L. Forren of Louisville will conduct son, Holmnn J. were with her parents Hendrcn nenr Nicholnsville. Mis Margaret Askins of lliietta the services. All are invited to at Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Saturday ami Vistn wns the week end guest of Miss tend nnd hear Mr. Farren at he is Patriarchal Yew. Sunday. Stella Mao Grow. coming, subject to call. An enormous nge Is attained hy .Messrs Car! and Hugh Moberley me yew. At FounMrs. J. Hogan Italian! is at the bed- purchased 12 acres of land front tain abbey, Yorkshire, the yew trees Cause of Failure. tide of her mother, Mr. II. - Elder California has a Failure Is not often the result of their father Mr. W. T. .Moberley for were obi In ll.TJ. at Nicholnsville. ancient tree In Mnrlpo-- u grove. making n mlMukc now and then. It Is f 1400. Mr. J. W. Itryant has returned usually the cotucqueitce of making Iiiinhnli trees of Africa have been comthe Mr. am! Mrs. Hugh Mohley and puted home after spending several weeks same hilstnke repeatedly. to be more than 5.C") years old, little dAughter were week tnd visiturs sml a deciduous cypress nt Chapulte-- ! in the Itlclimond Hospital. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Is still older. Mis Nettie Scott spoilt the week OLIVER CHILLED. RIDING, Plows at prices that are right. WALKING AND HILL SIDE SYRACUSE PLOWS I Breeching, Back Bands, Traces, Bridles, Hames, Collars and Pads Goodios & Walker Eros. Poster-MUbun- -- ly I t end with her parents, Mr. nnd Mr. Den Scott ut Nicholnsville. Mr. Ilryan Mallard of Lexington, spent a few day last week with hi mother, Mrs. E. II. Italian!. Misses I.ettie Hroadu mid Mary Hello llnlcoiiib and Mr. Louis Hrodus were Loxingtuii visiters Saturday. Miss Hemic Mentg-onwrspent the week nd with parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Flunk .Montgomery at Hourne. Mr. and Mr. Henry Itublo und sou, Chenuult, spent Sunday with their parents. .Mr. am! Mm. J. II. Itublo nt NOW TO GET RID OF YOUR ) GOLD the quick way is to use Dr. King's New Discovery put off until tonight what run tin today, step into jour drugglMVi and buy a bottle or nr. Aings uiseovery. stsrt tukllig It ut once, llv the time ou reuiti home you'll bo ou tho way to hr T0XT you NOTICE! We have for sale Five Extra heavy ARMY TARPAULINS same have been treated with oil. Call or come and see us. II Danville. Mrs. H. H. Montgomery and little daughter of Paint Lick nro spending several days with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs J. W. Bryant. . recovery. This stnndanl family friend hna been breaking colds, cough, grippe nttucks, and enmp for more than ilfty years. relief Is Its used wherever sure-tir- e npprwluted. Children and grownups nllko run ua It there Is no disagreeable after-effecYour dructlst Im It. COe. and IU-bottles. t. Haselden Bros Garage. WANTED A LIVE WIRE TO HANDLE THE BEST SELLING TRUCK IN AMERICA. $700.00 LESS Bowels Begging for Help neL-ler- 'OS1 Torpid liter pleading for assistance) t OW enrelemi in tlu. lltlm when Dr. Kings .New Life Pills so Promptly, mildly, yet effectively eoine THAN OTHER WORM-DRIV- E io their relief I DIS- TRUCKS. LIBERAL leaving tho system undefined, clog-ReCOUNT. bowel unmoved, results In health' Address destructive Ut stimulating, tonloin actUm Dr. King's New J. R. MILLER, Phoenix Hotel, Life Pills bring you the happiness of regular, normal bowels and liver funcLEXINGTON, KY. tioning. Keep feeling 11 1, doltic the Civ Territory DIrd. work ut u luun or woman who tludi relUa lu It. All druUtls asc. after-effects. THE PRICE IS RIGHT. d Paint Lick Garage PAINT LICK, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 1 I, 1920 BARGAIN LIST &m Best Feeds TO FOR rnnn ocrnon gjUUUU iiLuunu 111 We have for sale for immediate delivery: One 191S Buick Touring car with new top and rebuilt in good running condition. 1919 Chevrolet Touring, good tires, bumper, dash light A bargain. 1919 Chevrolet Touring, good tires, extra tire. 1918 Ford Touring car, good top, tires, and in good running order. 1917 Ford Touring car, good tires, top, engine rebuilt. 1917 Ford Roadster, demountable rims and new top A bargain. IH m T B" Teitlng Thin Month. DRIVE In Oct-1(3Any .'' 'M ' OIHclil Tuberculin j J1 lr PrtviOHt Crf CHICKENS. COWS More oiikfnl ruti l wm ttiliorrutlii teMlng of iiHHlurttHt One Ford Form, a Truck, new, ready to set up. - PAINT LICK GARAGE, went with ;t,.W, tli- - w'tiTlmirliun enngo.l In I. . .II niiuu .. ... I, IlI... iiuiinii'vrniii! ... . ,.imi. tutiri llenN or lot tested iitiml.ireil ni.il thi? tot ii I number of reactor found win tNil, nil nvernge nf slight-t tin n one reactor fur ntch. From the iluiiilMiltil .if the number of nnlitiiiln tr.if.1 the ilrlve against vn ttilnTrulonU mini vigorous In Mlmitn, when OSi mtHe under co-op- - v.i, a 1 Illll), llinn in nny prevlotir inimtti of imy seur, nrrordliig in n suiiiiiinry Jut Issued by Hi.) tuirvttii of niilmiil Indus-try- , I'nlted sintt. depart i of I Miring the niMith S7.2? I by stnti nml wti im-ii- tlnrlns Orlotn-r- . A carload of fresh feeds just received. RED COMB POULTRY AND CHICK FEEDS. ictil 1 fed-i'iii- .. v l Ii-- COLLEGE GOLD HOG FEED tit- - Paint Lick, Kentucky. ' entile ,(.. text. Vermont was second ,inil Wn.hlligton tlilnl with Tin' llfiin-- .. totiil. Ilw iM-- I SELL THE EARTH. to all. IF YOU HAVE A FARM TO SELL SEE ME. IF YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM SEE ME. I have a number for tale now, and also have a good many buyers for all kind and sized farms. If you want proof of my ability give me a chance and be convinced. My policy is a fair and square deal isst 165. n.1 KY. laai X I ' the tuition-Mill.- . extent of tin' rniniialcn to Mnnii out the At the i'iiiI of OcIoImt tin; tmnl iiuiiiUt of herds oltlrlallj- - nnnilltnl n fnt from tu luirrulmli after ti number of. tets M '..f--1. more ttiiui ilotiMe tin-- mini ber ut the beginning of thr year. Nilnt out. iiiiIIchIm (lcurtiiifiit MTlntlt nf FLAKE DAIRY FEED Prices are cheaper now than later. Buy your feeds now. M PROVIDE WATER FOR CATTLE Ponds, Springs, Troughs and Other Facilities Should Or Cleaned and Put in Shape. Give young chicks Red Comb Chick Mash, it contains dried buttermilk and starts them right. II uittertrig trough for watering idinuld ho and put Into hiiK. It l i fnnueiitlr tlioiislit t tint the water sup piy i niiutiiiitiit 1'iirir 'n the season and therefore Hint no attention neeil be given to It. ThW Ik n mistake, n Galvanized Roofing is senrce and spring and ponds till up during tint COY hard to get. Give us your order so' winter and trough become dsiiingeil Miss Mattic B. Cobb Is ill with flu. we can get it while we can. Air. Harrison Kay was In Richmond Conn Bros Live and Let Live Folks. nml Danville Saturday. us Mrs. Elizabeth Matthews celebrated ' Mr. Orear Whittakcr was a pi her 77th birthday Friday March Cth. ant caller at Coy, Saturday. She is an invalid, having been pnntl- Moodle Hardin was a week end vis ized nine years ago in June, and is MARKSBUKY itor of her sister, Mrs. C. F. Harrison still In pretty good health and cheerMr. and 'Mrs. James Sanders who ful. Many friends called to see her Messrs It. S. and Trice Clark spent have been III with flu have Improved. and she enjoyed the day and received Wednesday in Lexington. We wish her many. Miss Pearl Matthews was a recent many presents. Mr. Ed Sutton on account of ser guest of her cousin, Miss Moodle D. more happy days and may the rest of ious trouble with his back Is mostly her Ufa be filled with Joy nnd hap- -' Hardin. confined to bis room. Mr. Eddie Simpson has returned piness. Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Dawes and Mr. home after a weeks visit with friends and Mrs. Owen Moreland hiive been in Ohio. My Wish. recent visitors in Georgetown. Mrs. Jasper Matthews was n visitor Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Sanders, have of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvie Let me be a little kinder, let me be n little blinder both been ill of flu, Mrs. Sanders hav- McCullah Thursday. Inir been confined to her bd for Mrs. Ilelle Simpson was the guest To the faults of those about me; let me praise a little more. more than n week. of her daughter, Mrs. Essie Vnught Let me be, when I am wear', Just a Miss Margaret Doty, of K. V. 0. S., at Lancaster Saturday. little bit more cheer-- ; Water Supply for Live Stock Is of Midway, spent several days at home Mr and Mrs Coleman Locker spent Let me serve a little better those that Greatest. Importance. on account of the flu condition. She Saturday night and Sunday with her I um striving for. water reports a number of cases in the mi they full to Iml'l inilllrli-ii- t mother, Mrs. Amanda Clousc. Let me be a little braver, when temp- fur the neiiN of the initio. In liiot school but only one denth resulting Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Harrison and tatlon bids me wuver: nun the water supply rnnrtnt h from it. children were guesU for n few days Let me strive n little harder to be nil iniiterlnlly InrreaMil, wi rare must tie Mrs. Homer Shears, 'J4 years of of her mother, Mrs. J. O. Hardin. that I should be, taken t nuivrvv uluit l available. age. illeti or tironcniai pneumonia. Mr. und Mrs. Everctte Anderson ' Let me be n little meeker with the It I mlvlMlili- to fomv nrouml MrlnsrH to prevent the cnttlo from tramtilnc last Tuesday and was buried in the brother that Is weaker; and children were week end guests of iind pollutlns the wuter. Mt. Hcbrdn cemetery after the fun Ihn her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Let me think more of my neighbor from a I Simpson. and a little less of me. Exchange. Thi niaxlnmin ue of waterpnivMlnr eral services which were held at the prlng enn b olitnlmil l.y church by Itev. It. J. Skag(rs. She is two or three tnniglx net so thnt the survived by n husband and u child ovrrllow friitn um will run Into the six months old. next one. Tills nrmn.'fiiuMit not only Mr. Itunlette" Kemper Swope, died mnkoK th water more net e ltiU" to . . ... t .. i. iirpinr .....i at the home of his son. Sir. J. W. ll ..i........ iiM-- i till. RIIM"1 Hill fciT better, Swope of Dunville, of a complication of diseases Incident to old nge. He COLUR FOR MATURE HORSES was 77 years old ami was a member Incorporated. of the church nt this place. He is Where Animal's Welaht Deles Not Vary survived by a wife and three children; l Durlna Year Leather Is Mr. J. W. Swope, Mesdnmes (Seorge Most Suitable. Makers of the Celebrated and Popular I.ucns of Mt. Hulein nnd Wilfonl Dye Liberty. After n short funeral iM'st collar for Ihn maturo home, of Ttio doo not vary much service by Dr, Wulker he was laid to whosu weUht the leather rob rest In the Ilcllevue cemetery. throughout Ih" lur. Hut for utot hri"i the best col- Inr Is one stuffed with lialr nml invertjl i with tlcklnx. kprliiCK. R. C TELEPHONE Schooler j LANCASTER, j for I'oiid. or other cli'iim-i- l trrrparr-- l by I he I'nltM-JiuiOrpart. mml or AKrlvulture. ) Ilofore turning rattle th.it haw t.c.'ii kept lu the I 'lira or lot during tin" winter onto a pnituri' a gcod water miiI should In carefully provided r & IN PRODUCE nki COMPANY. Bring your poultry, eggs and produce. We pay highest prices. Backjiurif? UWr sroik sr watts products sad poleocwue acids rW sseaa) M tae syssten sad causa ntMSsatU psise. lunsbeo, eor ssat-- j eJee,- - eeoUsa olsts, slufsess. Use t4sr eeast eiasiler syesptoaas. ?'hra tl kliiaeis elo sot piafeily (U blood stress, or eartty on the sick list. Mr, Itdllip Mooru lost a nice milk cow from being chokrd. Mr. and Mrs. Csmeron I'rewitt bacas, ran refill'! sad retloea lha beallkt', storm I sctioo oi kldacj sodbtadilcr, Mtm4 clcss) blood asd batter bcsltb, srhk doa Irom scacs asd paiae. X 0rS R4iu. Be Uea. Vl ., wrts) Lmtt ttli I wu mimM wiik I. I eSi4mwotIU Mar. iism k4 mi amseia aw Mts 4 ee mi were in Lancaster Wednesday. Little Ituth Cameron I'rewitt spent Wednesday with Miss Linda Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Karl I'rewitt were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jese Kast. 4iu inel. Aluc l.tle tUm SiiMr Pll Ur mt I Ser rha pjm mt Sh Ull my 4 I mm kssear uwiiee mhimi uai.i o I ihmm euatke It rUwKimr rta u u s s I w, 4rie Im lt lrU. i ik fUr m McROBERTS DRUG STORE. iw.' Messrs Hoy snd Tommy Long spent the dsy Friday with Mrs. Susan Ilroaddus. Mr nnd Mrs. S. X. Sanders spent the day Wednesdsy with Mr. Susan Ilroaddus. Misses Mary II. Hardin and Jewel I'rcwitt of Ilcrca College spent the week end with home folks, NINA. ! i Lancaster Flour Mills WHITE SWAN ASK YOUR GROCER POR IT AND TAKE NO OTHER. yr FLOUR I I f;:i:o:ox:::':'5 LIVE STOCK NOTES WIiWOWXOXOX'X'IOXOX! Itreeilltig hogs should lmc lots of esercUe. Every man uho I hull knows tie ought using n scrub to be lining a ! We do exchanging in wheat and corn. Our MILL FEED tests 16 per cent Protein. President, GEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L. ZANONE Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. 1URCHETT Miller. purebriiL With Oie present high prices of feeds slid tin Cm prices being mlil for hogs, no farmer ran afford to neglect his pig crop. Animals should be sheltered In wet weather. On cold dsys they will do better If confined In tint bam than If turned uu Ussturv. Mr. Donaldson Jones' family nre recovering from the flu. Miss Stella I'ruitt spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Mnrgnrvt and .Maude Whitted. Miss Ilaiel I'eunlngton spent Inst Sunday evening with Misses Maude 'A nnd Margarete Whitted. Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Hardin spent last Saturday and Sunduy with his parents Mr. Sam Hardin. Mr, and Mrs. Amos I'rcwitt and children spent Inst Friday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Hardin. Mrs. li. T. I.unsfunl bus returned home from Louisville utter nn operation nnd is improving nicely. Misses Miiry 11. Hardin and Jewel Pruitt of llerea College spetjt the week end with their parents. Misses Ilessie linker nnd Stella Itoss nnd Maude Whitted spent Saturday night with Miss Stella I'rcwitt. Death only a matter of short time. Mr. und Mrs. Clyde Morgan motorDon't wait until pains und uches ed to Lowell nnd spent the week end wr A become mcurabJo diseases. Avoid with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Stevie painful consequences by taking li) ton. Miss A nna Mae I'rewitt wus the COLD MEDAL guest of hen grand-parentMr. and YA Mrs. W. T. Watson at Nina Sunduy si Why Suffer? Mrs. J. A. Ctx, n, W. x, write: ".My daughter . . . ,hc could terribly. not turn In bed . . . the doctors nave her tip, and wo brought her home lo die. She lad sulfcrcd so much at. . .lime. Having hesrd cf Cardul, we got uxor tier." olAI-denoed wjm LATE TOO CARDUI Um Woman's Toole ran "Inafewdav3,Ehebe lo Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, "and had no trouble at . . . Cardul turcd Iter, md wc tsi ti praises everywhere.'' receive many tltou-Un- dj ol similar letters every rear, telling ol the good Cardul has dose (cr woeiea who suKc Iron complaints so common la tktit Sex. It should An o- wc ufurnoon. Tfaa world's sundarel rsmeJr for VUner. th Mver, bladder and urle scU trouble BRAD3HAW MILL. Miss Mabel I'rewitt of Richmond Normal is at home. Mr. Leslie T. Uradshsw's family National Keowdf ul Hoiuna sinca I wo. QuaxsateaJ. Thtsa slies, sll drugelsts. 1ms f aV i III san - The Central Record, Lancaster, Kv.. Thursday Men II, 1 920 The 400 ACRES SUBDIVIDED Farm Wm. county in test of 0 . Anderson AT section of Boyle TEN O'CLOCK SHARP (RAIN OR SHINE) LOCATION One mile west of Danville Perryville 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 tenant houses. New six each side of drive. Two tobacco barns 48 x 120- - one under construction. Two room tenant house (cost 1500.00), Large stock barn (JO X 80, Stock Scales, Brick Meat house, Garage and other Wind Mill and Water Tower. Water in Dwelling and hydrants in ynrd, 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. out-buildings. THURSDAY, MARCH 18 Why Does Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELL". TOBACCO, CORN, WHEAT, BLUEGRASS AND CLOVER I Because offer what the buyers want. This Land Will Appeal to You. LAND About 110 acres In Ant' wheat. 80 acres clover, acres for corn, (part alreadv plowed), 120 acres blue jrrass sod, plowed for tobacco, 10 ;icros sod plowed for potatoes. Halance (10 to 70 acres Hlue Grass sod Lots Yard. 1 10 Pi.rm u-il-i in. ...Li , wllh ko" ",!aS f tL '"MEDIATE po.s.scss.011 C0,,tn,C,H i u Siiluliviili'il mill ti ii tn,Ctj,: , , l' 0. i0 r Tut ' (V. l''m',,t,,, Ti"i u. tenant house, to oO acres with 0 room house anil tobacco barn, II tracts of 10 to HO acres unimproved. 1 ,f Kneh tract with jcootl frontage and line biiiltUiiK sites on pike. Hut remember VK SKLL TO SUIT THK HUYKR. Will sell two or more tracts toother so vou mav buy just the size farm you want. My contract with Mr. Anderson calls for a sale withm)t rese 11 h 0,. ,imiL "I'POrtunity No other farms in , this section for sale . Its equal will not be offered f"r "V)1' U nr V"" "r. Privately this year. farm will continue cun' ."'V' "l'Inr,'.',!4 to increase in alue. This farm attracts the ntten- tion of every passer by. Land nearly level just grade enough to drain well. ,,,,. ,,,,,, Locate now in the Garden Spot of Kentucky. where Land, Stock, Crops. Health, Culture and knowledge are the matrnetic points of the Universe. Where Blue Grass jrrows the tallest, Soil the deep- est, People live the longest. Stock the finest, Schools the Grandest. A RESERVED SEAT in the theater of Life. I)am,IIc has H Nati(),)a KeIultation , cational center, Railroad facilities and markets. ,e Count re,nitation for fcrtUe soi, K00ll I)ikc.s progressive citizens. Space forbids further details. Only look and you will sure attend the Sale. Hid last and you will never regret it. ,,. For further particulars, Blue prints and to show you the farm, see Wm. office at Danville, or C. Anderson, Danville, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever, at my SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man Will also sell 700 barrels of corn in lots to suit the purchaser. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SHERIFF Launches Big Round-Up- Drive-3- 0 Good Health Life's Greatest Blessing Hsppinvss And Succru Rracli of Womtn. d Prisoners Taken In Special Election ... in . pa $10 each for the privilege of selbeverages, ling nonintoxicnting whether bottled or from u fountain. who Manufacturers of soft drink Within Easy have their own bottling plant arc to pay licenses of $S0 each. ThMen and eater, either of the motion picture or legitimate variety, arc to he asked combined garage Karri announced several day ago Unit nil stray dog would be taken in and killed if they Shinff Morn Anemic Condition Unnecessary Peplo-Manfa- Garrard County, Kentucky, ON - TUESDAY, MARCH RF.CULAK TERMi GAlSKAItl) COt'N'TY 30th, 1920 COl'ItT; JA.NTAltY 2(1, 1920. lion. Forest SUpp. Judge. ntKSKNT This day rnmr, It. (. Voo! and two hundred iiihI thirty two other Cituvn and legally qualified voter of Garrard County, Kentucky, who nre free holder of the County, ami petitioned tho Court to make nn order on hU order hook directing the Olficcr of the Klection In all voting preclncU in the County, to open u poll on Tt'KSDAY MAUCII 30, 1020, to take sense of the legal voter of wild County upon the Uction "Are you in favor of issuing $tli,000,00 in HoniU for th purpose of building road and bridge." Said llond to bear interest not to exceed live per cent per annum Said Hond to be in with coupons atturhiMl, payable of not lew than One Hundred Dollar or more than One Thouyear, and sand Dollar to run not low than live nor more than twenty-onto be redeemed within that time at the pleasure of the (iarrard County Plscol Court and to be old at not lew par value and accrue! Intercut. Wherefore It M ordered by the Court, that the regular olficor of the election, in all the voting precinct in the county will open a mi on Tueeduy .March 30, WHO, to take the one of tho legal voter in wild County upon the question "Are you in favor of issuing ft'JJi.OOO.OO in Itonds for the of building road and bridge." The iheniT of wild County i directed to advertise aid election and the object thereof, for nt least 30 duy next before the day thereof, in ome newspaper having the lurgoest clrcuhitlon in the County and ako by printed hand bill posted up ut not lew than four public place in each voting pre-unIn the County and at the Court Homo Dour. The County Clerk w directed to have printed, upon the Ballot, the question, "Are you in favor of wulng f 102,000.00 in Uond for the purpose of biiihlmjr read and bridges," and to leave two place upon tho right of wild question: One for vote favoriiiK the lue, to be deignuted by the Word "Yc" and one for vote opposing the luc to be designated by the word "No", and aid Ilallot to bo printed us provided fer in the General Election Section 1460 Kentucky Statute. Saltl Klection (hall In all respect, be held In accordance witlrthe tiral Klection Law of tho tatc. It I further provided that all tho money ranted by the (ale of the Kiid bond (hull bo used solely and alone for tho building, construction, or reconstruction of read of nspholtum, concrete, brick, (tone block, macadam, travel or other processes of equal merit. POKKST 8TA1T, Judire of Oarrnrd County Court. Thl notice Is given In purua,nce to above order of the (Jnrrard County-CourThis 2'Jth day of January 1020. A. K. WALK Kit, Sheriff of Garrard County. semi-annualle pur-mm- o were found without license luist niht the pohce force made a roundup and "pinched" thirty stray canines. They were hurried to the pound where they were trictl by the Sheriff nnd sentenced to death on next Monday. A number of par-ti- e miued their "Hover" thl morn-intr- , and learniui; of the mid Inst night, visited the pound und secured tl release of their pet by paying the pound hotel bill of two dollars ami the dollar license tax. There hu bevn n line of people at the County Clerk' olTice all morninc to get tags for their doj;. If your hound I missing you had better visit the SherilT' office before Monday morning and see if your was taken in the collection. Danville Advocate. U. Rich, Make Red Illood lluild. Up Pale, Thin Anemic Men and Women. n Good health is the most important aset of life. Without a vigorous, strong body and a keen, clear mind, true happiness and enjoyment nre impossible. Apd yet so many women, and men too, whose misfortune it i to be pale, thin nnd unemic, hopelessly accept tin condition in the belief that rc-hhealth and real happiness nre not for them. Thousand of men and women have been restored to vigorous health and lasting happiness by (Judo's This benillcial blood tonic contain the very properties mo vitally needed to improve the blood. if taken for a few weeks, will enrich the blood and create thousand of the tiny red blood cells that are so necessary to carry nourishment nnd strength to every part of the body. I safe, beneficial, and pleasant to the tude. Per convenience it I prepnrcd in liquid nnd exacttklet form, bath ly the same medicinal properties. He Mire to ask your tlrugirist for "iiudeV when you order "Rude" is the ireiiume Look for the name "Glide's" on the package (Advertisement.) ut I'epto-Mungai'epto-Mnngitu for twenty cent for each seat, approximately the cost of one admission in the cheapest of them. That other popular place of amusement and innocent diversion which flourishes nt amuement parks and county fairs, the (hooting gallery, will be required to add $ into the common fund. The other form of marksmanship in which the youth of the land is well versed before hi education I complete, shooting pool and billurds, is included in the list of licenses properties. Thirty dollar for the first table and $5 for additional table I to be collected. N ndditionnl license tax i placed retail dealer in cigarette but wholesaler and Jobber must pay $50 each. An important source of revenue under thi bill I the automobile dealer. He is to be charged $10 for each make of automobile for which he i agent. Garage, where! reiir work or storage I charged II each. Hut for, are to be taxed nnd gasoline filling stations must pay f20, ami if more than one tank or pump la operated, $o for each additional one. Killing stations not operated in connection with garages must pay $10 for each tank or pump. Other who nre to puy State license if this bill paes and the amount of their yearly licenses are: Ileal estate dealer selling patent medicines, $10 if they have a fixed place of business, or $100 if they nre transient or itinerant vendors; trading stamp' companies. $350, and retail denier selling oleomargarine or similar manufactured butter, $10. A trading atump company i defined as any company or organization that give premium of valuable personal property In exchange for stamp or check furnished to purchaser of merchandise ECZEMAS without quetttonlf I font f aiU In I be Ueatmenl of tUirm. Truer. Kmiwirfm. Itch, etc Don't become dicouferii te other Uratmrntt (ailed hun YouceVt died of euch NOHE7 BaCK Sl, cu. HunlSlvhrrlievea! lott on our Mmnty Aec. Caiianlii. Ttr It our il.k TODAY Price 7Sc at c.e. Shoe Manufacturers Laying Blame On Labor One of tho commonest ways for manufacturers to escape the odium of the high cost of their product l to hiy the Illume to the high cot of htbor, Mr. Kthelhert Sitewart, an acknowledged authority on sUtw-Uc STORMES DRUG STORE. "An all-arou- nd good shot. That's us." -- pciiig Chesterfield i'epto-Man-r- Jji, t. recently gotten the price of killwd labor In six of the hirget shoe manufacturing pbiut. He sys prior to 1014 it eol for labor 37 eenU to make a pair of shoe. Tin kind of labor ha been advanced (IS per cent so that now the hilior on a p.llr of shoe cost ilti cents. The t leather of a pair of men's hoe $2.01 cent. This will make each pair of shoo stand the manufacturer $'J.2il. yet when they reach the man who bay them he ha to pay 112.00. There is absolutely no excuse for thU enormous prollt to be added by the manufacturer and the retailer. The people can't be much longer deceived by laying the blame for the high cost of what we buy on the laboring mmi. Klliu-bet- h Town New. I mm now-cos- WHAT we're at, is that it takes both skill and precision to NEW STATE TAX. A tax bill that I now before tho siuio Legislature win reuca main buslncsicf that have heretofore been immuued from such taxes. For In stance: Tavern and hotel are to be taxed 50 cent for each room but if they kuve lost than twenty rocit their license tax will be $10, for tin is the minumum fee,Itetnurantt mut pay a State license of $10 euch, bu,t "rnll-roaeating house" must Increase the State fund by paying $15 each for their license. Itetail dealer in toft drink and ice cream must d 1 blend tobaccos the Chesterfield way. Maybe this is why you find "Satisfy" in Chesterfields and nowhere else. ? The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Men SCORES OF PEOPLE HAVE FOUND TRUTONA UNFAILING AS PREVENTIVE OF "FLU" 'Tin's Medicine Saved Me From Having Influ- II, 920 1 GUY. Mrs. James Van t is wns the guest of Mrs. Chnrlio Tuttle Friday. Mr. Taylor Raney of I.anratter spent Tuesday nt his farm here. , k Master George Yantis visited Mr, and Mrs. William Sutton Sunday, Mr. J. I. Ynntls and son George, COL. FRANK L. RIPY ' RATESi Single insertions Ic word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No nds In this 1 column charged. ANNOUNCES FOR CONGRESS Well-Kriow- n Anderson County Democrat Enters District. The Congressional Race In The Eighth $ w Similar enza," Mrs. Sears Declares-MaStatements Furnish Unquestionable ny spent Frltlny nt Ijinrnster with rela- Proof. d avenue, Louisville, after grate Since reaching the definite elusion that ns yet no cure for in-- 1 fully describing me many remans riit ah vn link litn fiitn.l FiAnlMi nil. ' nble benefit flic Kilned from Tru thoritles are practically unanimous tona, snys: "I renlly believe thii medicine saved me from hnving in In their opinion that PRKVKNTION is the one best means for stamping fluenxn." There nre score of other ilmllft out the dreaded disease. As to the best means of Insuring statements, too numerous to men effective prevention the answer Is to tlon, nnd they prove conclusively be found in Surgeon General Uluc'f that Trutona Is truly n remarkable recent statement in which he says. agency for the prevention of influ "It is important that the body be enza ns well ns nn unequalled ro kept strong and nble to fight otT ' constructive tonic for overcoming of the disease. bud after-effect- s disease germs." Trutonu's healthful action reaches Public statements from scores of. nm.in i,nv. nr..v..n tUn iii..rn I. ,n ' every portion of the body. Perform Iwitvp n.mnri- - fnr iirnil.lim. Ik.,Iv ing its work faithfully nnd efficient strength nnd vitality to withstand '. Trutonn rebuilds diseased nerves attacks of disease than Trutona. '""' tissues, creates a healthy nppc Mnny will remember the remarkable titu anil assists In digestion amf ns work done by Trutona Inst yenr similution of food, the results of when, in Innumerable cntcs, serious which nre invurinbly to be seen in nnd sparkling s of influenza were quick the ruddy cheeks ly overcome by the perfect tonic. eyes of those who have taken the In only n slightly lessor measure perfect tonic. Don't tnke n chunce tnke Tru has Trutona been declared to have tona. prevented attacks of the malady. Trutona is sold in Lancaster nt Met ONE OF THE MANY CASES. Robert's Drug Store. .Mrs. Josephine Sears, 2S03 Port- (Advertisement) con-.lnn, ! after-effect- tives. Mrs. Charlie Tuttle hns been quite ill the past week, but Is Improving now. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Ynter were' Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Ynter. Mr. William Sutton purchnsed n fine 7 yenr old mnre of Mr. Miley1 Heuzlcy. Miss Allie Doolin vtm the recent guest of Miss I.uelln Doolin of Dry Seven Insertions for the price, of live. 3 Phone orders mutt be paid J promptly. JtioexKKKMxaKKiooeiuaMx FOR SALl!: Some extra nice baled Timothy day. J. W. Klmore Some loose timothy FOR SALK: 11. C. Wearren hay. Phnne t3. .I- antsvillc. Misses Mollie llnrnea and Ollie Merida visited Mrs. Charlie Tuttle Monday. Mrs. William Hames nnd daughter Miss Mollie spent Wednesday with Mrs. Frnnk Turner of Ijincnstcr. Mr. J. II. Jennings bought n four. yenr old hone from Jake Dunn, col., for $110. Miss Allie Yantis was the guest re cently of Mr, and Mrs. Win, Kmbry - ator. Hand Freight Klet FOR SALK: tiooil remlltien. J. K. Stormes A nice dining table FOR SALK: ami chairs, nUo white willow baby Mrs. K. V. Harris bassinet IOST: Jtnmeml Z of Ijtncnster. Mr. V.. T. Rice of Richmond spent Wednesday with Mr, and Mrs. Has- com Pelphrey. Mcsdnmes Tom Turner, Wm. Ilnrn- es and J. P. Foley visited Mrs. Chnrlie Tuttle Thursday. Mrs. C. R. Henry nnd two children spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. William Clark. Matter Robert Simpson of Ijinras- ter spent the pnst week with his sli er, Mrs. Ollie (irnham. Messrs Alex nnd Herman Lnyton of IJt, Lexington On street ring with antique setting-L:eera- l rewnnl t limler. Elizabeth (J I Ob 11ICYCI.K FOR SALK First clas, Will sell cheap if sold at oner. See Hugh Meblcy at the NatMtml Hank. It cemlltln. pike LOST en Richmond last Thursday, a truck chain. Return to (iarrard ami litweln Produce Co. FOR RltNT: New tlx room bun galow. with Ugkt nsjd Mater on Hli: CtHtrt. U. II. Mott, Jr 3 II If. FOR RNT: New six room bun galew, with light and water on Hill Court. a-- Absolutely the best setter on the market. Look at the price Tobacco Setters Only $85. WELCHS DEPT STORE BEREA, F KENTUCKY. RO a R A M "Womanless Wedding" AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 12th, AT 8 O'CLOCK. CAST OF CHARACTERS. Miss Genevieve Gwendolyn Vandvrlip r Hon. Archibald Percivnl Mansfield .. Holbort Oustin. Charlie Thompson. V. Mrs. Harrington Vnnderlip, mother of the bride Dr. Harrington Vnnderlip, father of the bride Henry Hitter Vnnderlip 1 twin OHector Vnnderlip, Cludius Vnnderlip . . Hon. Peter Sterling, uncle of the bride Mrs, Peter Sterling, aunt of the bride Obedinh Doollttle, grnnd-fnthe- r of the bride r Prudence Doolittle, of the bride Miss Madnline Left, jilted sweetheart Miss Knowall, a neighbor Jtcv. Jonas Solomon, minister 0. Goodloe. Jesse Doty. Steve Carrier Jesse Sweeney Rudolph Dickerson. HORSES ARE HIGH. J. U. Conn. Kmory McWhorter. You cannot ulTord to take a chance Arch Vnlker. on your horse getting well of colic ....Price McGrath. without a medicine, nnd the remedy Rev. C. D. Strother. to givo-hiis FARMS COLIC REM- Adolph Joseph. DY, n specific for horse colic, easy Hilly Miller. to use, even a seven year old child can Hrides Maids. W. A. Dickerson. give It. Joe Hasclden. Pnuline Frederick, maid of honor Advertisement. Ous Dunn. Mary Garden Will Dickerson. Margaret Woodrow Wilson London Tower, Major Franklin McKenzIe Davison. Dorothy Dalton ltidnn tower Ih only one out of Bradley Spratt. many In n itoiunn fort res tnut exJennie Rigsby, old maid Will Walker, tended over thlrteeu acres und was Aunt Africa, Ulaek mammy Kazarlah Cummins, ring bearer Irvin Stupp. erected In Roman time. Wesley Dirkurson. Ruby Shivers, flower girl Mis Ilyrd Mock, flower girl Jnmes Neviu. Retain Cocknty Accent Glass Carrier. In the ltnhuma Ulsnds, which were -First Usher Rev. II. S. Hudson. settled more than 1W years ngo by Wm. Gschantz, best man, .. Herbert Tiller, usher Paul Kllittt. Londoner, the Cockney dialect U said In the Cheap Stemphley, usher Hurton Stupp. o be ns strong as It U Albert I.Ic. Virgil Hogue, usher Uristoe Conn. Hognn Ilullurd. Kd Creech, usher, Seeking a Termination, Kldorndo Million Victor I.enr. People nr nlwnyn looking fur end Jim Ileuzley. Gertrude Wiggles things either Ihe end of the world, Znn Robinson. of I'atrova the end of a rainbow, Hie end of high Charles Mekin llurton Stapp. price or the end of a lunik. Toledo Jou Walker, Itlade. Duff Gordon, John Mclloberts. Annette Kellermnn JCtllJ-CttrK'ntw One of Pspa'a Dutlia. John Fnrru .V'lllu was showing smnu of the Charlie Doty John McCormack J. It. Moorman. family photograph to tier llttto friend Schuinan llelnk Willie Mac KUiotU of four. When she came to one of the Kitty Gordon Dorothy exclaimed : "la Hob Klnnaird male members, Vampire Theda llaru that your papal" Nellie said: "I Wallace Cotton. no papa." Dorothy looke4 at her have Mrs. Vernon Castle, I. very Jack Whltaker. seriously and Geraldlne Farrar ld: "Well, then, who T1IEKK WILL UK MUSIC BEFORK THE WEDDING. Hwi the woodf .....) grand-mothe- ........ ....... ..... ... Col. Ripy hns not only served his city and county faithfully and nc ceptably but, laying aside all professional ambitions, he voluntarily otfered his services to his country ami went forth to do battle for righteousness and democracy. He wns a member of the Kentucky National Guard from 1005. He had service on the Mexican border with the Second Kentucky Infantry. He ey. erved with the 1 49th United States Infantry nnd 351st Infantry overseas ns Sallie Lou, the little daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel- . Ir. nnd Mrs. Marcus White has been In every position, civil and military, he has steadily moved upward. ery ill with croup but is better nt It would be u fitting tribute for the Democrats of the Eghth Congressional his time. District to recognize such faithfulness, ability and patriotism as has marked of Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins the career of this sterling young Democrat who now places his destiny in iuckeye spent Saturday night and their hands. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson never had a district office and during all these years has Lnyton. given a substantial Democratic majority to all nominees. i Mr. nnd Mr s, William Clark of the They need have no anxiety about the final outcome, if they should Lexington pike spent the day Friday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward and select him as their standard bearer; for he Is an aggressive campaigner nnd n forceful speaker and will be able to measure lanrra with his Republican Mrs. C. R. Henry. opponent in any open field of debate. Roofing is scarce and Galvanized Col. Ripy expects to sec and speak to the Democrats of every county ard to get. Give us your order so In the district ns the campaign advances, nnd in the meantime will appreciate e can get it while we can. Conn Hros Live and Let Live Folks. n careful consideration of his candidacy. The Anderson News. Mrs. John Henry and charming daughter, Miss Stella, have been the guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wnrd nnd Mrs. C. R. Henry. Mrs. Roy Prnther and little daugh ter, Willie Fruncis, and Muster Collis O'Nenl visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllinm Walker, Wednesday. McCreary, spent last Wednesday with Ir. anil .Mrs. Itobrrt Lnyton. Mrs. Carrie Davidson who has been isiting Mr. nnd Mrs. .. T. Rice of Richmond, hns returned home. Miss Dorothy Heazley spent Satur day with her sisters Mrs. William Kin der nnd Miss Willie Mac Heazley. Mrs. J. I. Yantis nnd Master Her- schel were visitors Thursday of M fl umes Milton Ward and C. R. Henry. Mrs. Green I'oynter nnd daughters Misses Mnry nnd Christine were re- tit visitors of Mrs. Alfred Poyntcj. Mr. Milton Ward has returned home front Kirksville after a pleasant isit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward. Misses Annie Mae nnd I.Ida Broad- us of Hyattsville, spent Monday ight with Mr. and Mrs. Miley Henz- - FRANK L. RIPY W. II. Moss, Jr vttth to exchange for n Ford teuring car body 1919 7, 1920. model. James R. Abner, Col. Ripy s candidacy has been recognized as u foregone conclusion Hurna Vltta, Ky for several weeks. Messages from all parts of the district have been com ing in from leading Democrats pledging their support in the event he should FOR SALKi French Alto Horn decide to make this rare. Thos. N. Reynol.lt, Paint Lick. Ky He hns served his city four terms as City Attorney, having resigned It pd. J. F. D. 2 in 1911 to nccept the office of County Attorney which he held until he went FOR SALK One good mare, wtll overseas. ImhI)' HMO model, I lt-p- The Democrats of the Eighth Congressional District will be interested to see the official announcement of Col, Frank J Ripy, of Anderson county. as n candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in said di trict. subject to the nction of the Stnte Primary Election Saturday, August u tf. NOTICH I hae a Ford roadster drive and uork any where. Mis. Ju II. Prewitt. It. Marksbury, Ky STRAYED- - From my place, Fri 1 nth. yellow sow, welghV about 175 pounds. Reward. Mack Turner, Marksbury. Ky U. day The funniest ever, th "Womenlets wedding" at school auditorium. Friday night, March I'.'th. WA.VTKD: To purchase a smail farm from Boyle line. 14 to 10 acres near the Well improved, S, Second Georgia Anderson, Street, Danville Ky FOR SALK; Forty black face ewes, beginning to lamb and some registered and heifers. Aberdeen-Angu- s bulls Harry Frye, Hubble. Ky More than im w FOR SALK One nair of extra good horso mules five and six years old. Will sell worth the monev. 7. T. Rice and Co. Phone 317 A, D. 11. Pelphrey, four miles out on the liuckeye pike. .... ..... ir ... ............. ............... ......... ......... ...... .......................... . ...... m t -- W V When you let us supply Vr--' to - r needs you net a Rrcot deal mat . thin . many feet of lumber bunill.i v.. pounds of nails or panels of Elaaver fciv. .ic material knowledge and cxpcrienoJ in that helps you get tho rcaulta you wunt th right price. Service first in bnn. tl.. ls work more service in selecting proper peedy service In delivering ir. 3 uJ r. You pay for tho materlila. T.'ij larger volume of buaUw pay for itself in the cuitornwii-- It it brings through will pay yov to 60 one of thjm uutt-riar-super-sausfi- id Lost: lllack, white and tan hound bitch. About one year old. Stray ed from hotel Friday, Feb'y 27lb. and bears collar with my name. Reward of Ki.00 for her return or $2.00 for information leading to her recovery. Allie F. Sanders. 3i j-- You get tho benefit of our bmkUi . ia ................... .......................... ........... .. . v CARS FOR SALE. Ford Touring car $100., 1917 Chalmers Six Touring $050. 101G llulck four touring $450. 1919 lluick six touring $1400. 1017 llulck six roadster $950. 1919 Ford Sedan, starter $700. All ears guaranteed to be in first class condition. L. II. Conn, the lluick Man, t Hox 480 Uncatter Ky. 191(5 USED Indiana Farms For Sale 210 acres good land well improved and located, good grain nnd grass farm, 5 4 miles of llloomihgton Indiana, at $125.00. 290 ncre farm, 7 miles of llloom- ington, lays fair, fair Improvements, good grass and grain land, near rail road station. Lot of timber. Quick sale price $55.00, BO acres fine laying, good improve ments, 0 mile of Uloonilngton, Ind.. by March 25th. $7,600, Terms and Spring possession, if desired. Address, J. W. JACKSON. 1 1.2 1 pd. Uloonilngton, Ind. 3-- ...... cl ............... .... ................................ ............. ....... ................. . ............. .......................................... ................................. ................... .... .... ....................... Service Bostin for Lumber Company. 1