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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 18, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920031801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 18, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 12 i PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 18. 1920. TODAY thirtieth year WHYT HUHIIR St. I space than Is allotted to the dramatic per and dollars, or imy-nv- o critic of the Central Uecord. The cent of the cost of the perman costumes were in many rnscs beauti ful, nnd herc were many "pretty ent construction of a hlxhway diagonally across our County Secures Good Position women" on the stage, as well as those in the nudlence. The pleasure of the The State supplements this by I'rof. itcnjamln K. Evans left list forty Saturday for Chattanooga Tenn., occasion was much enhanced by the an offer to pay the other musicians, Mrs. Harry Tomlinson at live pGr cent, provided we will where he was ordered to report on the piano nnd Miss Amy Dawes' advance the money within the March 15th to the Custodian of the violin. next few months and permit Government Cemetery for a period of six months probation, after which Prospects For Fruit. the State to repay 1t in Install he will be assigned some permanent We havu not had a fruit year for ments not to exceed seven poil. several years, nnd while it is yet early years. The only expense that to predict, indications serm favorable would bu to our County to have "PIE SUPPER" at this time. Winter lingering in the a permanent road that is esti lap of Spring holds the trees back, mated to last twenty years or Proves An Enjoyable prevents them from budding nnd blooming too early, and thus reducee more, without any cost what Affair. tn a minimum the chance of the ever In repairs, would be the in Presbyter fruit being killed by late frosts nnd tcrcst on one hundred and The ladlM of the local freexes. ninety-tw- o thousand dollars. ian Church entertained the gentle congregation recently the the whole amount of it for one men of pic supper, something which Farming: Conditions. with n year, interest on Farmers arc very much behind appeats to the heart, na well ns the for stomach of every man. The ntTair with their work; there has doubtless for two years, three years, and so on until the was a most enjoyable one, but it Ik been less Spring ploughing done than State had paid the full amount rumored that some of the gentlemen in yrnrs, in fuct there has been prac in seven years. This would be who partook of the hospltnlity, Jin! tically no ground broken, owing to were members of the "woman tho unpropitious weather. an annual cost for seven years who wedding" st, and who were due Very few tobacco beds have been less Hundred to practice that night, were unable burned as yet, while as n usual thing of about Forty-fiv- e dollars, or less, for the building to take part in tho rehearsal, They pretty much all the beds are sown by of the roail for us which would had partaken so freely of pie thnt this time, many of them well up. Owing to an unusually light snow cost nearly half a million dol they were unable to don the necessary fall during the past winter, wheat is regulla for which their part called lars and would last as estimnt not at all promising; forward wheat ed for twenty years without grcssive thoughtful citizens to looks fairly well under the clrcum VOTE FOR THE any further cost. It is plain to cot busy and inform their stances, white late wheat is not near BOND ISSUE. see that by votintr the bonds neighbors and urge them to so promising. If you are not fully informed as to our County tax would not be cast their votes in favor of this Stock has wintered unusually well. and many a have a increased a single penny. In Bond issue on March 110. It bunch of stufffarmer willout" with nice the object of the proposed Issue of Murder to "turn the bonds for road purposes, it is n duty addition, the annual amount of would be a calamity upon our coming of grass. you owe to yourself, and the welfare Jury Garrard the road fund that is spent on community to refuse this gift of your county to nt once fully in ROADS. this road which is proposed to by the State and Government form yourself, and when you have be constructed by State and of so large n sum of money If your road is in such bad shape done this, we arc satisfied that no In Federal Aid, which has aver when we so sorely need it to that you cannot travel over it on telligent, thinking man who is inter aged for the past eight or ten prepare these roads. It woult horse back, just cut across the hill to cstcd in having good roads, and who the years annually about twenty also be a reflection upon the in- yourfollowing school houses and lend has the welfare of his county ut heart, In the meetings which nnd desires to keep well abreast of thousand dollars and which is telligence of our County to re arc to be held next week in the inter our sister counties in the mntter of estimated would cost to kecpin fuse an offer by the Fcdera est of the Bond Issue for good roads, good roads, ns well as all other mat repair the next ten years fifty Government and the State to to be voted on March 30th. Don't tcrs, will fall to vote for the propos thousand dollars a year, this build for us tweny-tw- o miles of think because ygu don't travel the d bond issue. thnt "your The fact will roads, Come amount that has been thus used road at a cost of nearly a half out andthat you don't care. fellow- not immediately benefit byroad" bond the sec what the other in the past and would be used million dollars without any thinks of the Uond Issue whether you issue is no argument against the in the future would be diverted cost to us when it is .now nec aro for or ngainst it. bond, for indirectly, every highway from this road to the other essary for us to build this same raint Lick, Saturday, March 20th, in the county will benefit thereby, not all of them immediately, as a mat roads of tho County. There road at the County's expense, at two P. M. Cartenville, Tuesday, March 23rd tcr of course, but eventually all will can be no reason given why which will consume the annual bo benefitted. at seven thirty P. M. this bond issue should not be tax fund of the County for the The issuing of bonds Is for the pur Iluenn Vista School building, Wed voted by the people at this next five yean and lcavo little, nesday night March 24th, at 7:30 pose of securing Government nnd Stato aid, which is now offered, nnd Let's Add time. Our roads arc horribly if any, monoy for the lateral P.M. our Laurels Buckeye School Building, Thursdny to obtain which tho issuance of bonds in need of immediate recon- roads of the County. Tin only (nrrnrd county's reputation for is absolutely necessary. The money struction, and wo have heard hope for those using the lateral nlght, March 25th. nt seven thirty. Hatwoods School House, Saturday thus secured will, of course be for the the production of the best hurley to of no plan by any one opposing or outside roads is to accept night, March 27th, nt seven thirty. greater part expended on tho mnin bacco is world wide. Garrard is one the bonds that would furnish this oiler mid let this road be thoroughfares traversing the county, of the best hemp producing counties. us any relief. Unless there arc built at the expense of the Fed Why Shouldn't We Be? mnking them first class roads, guar- Gnrrnrd county Is the original home anteed for n considerable length of of tho famous "Bed Berkshire I log'.' some heroic steps taken im- oral Government and the State We may be accused of "forever time. Thus you see there will be no Garrard county Is unexcelled In the mediately to reclaim the roads, and use the money heretofore blowing bubbles," but we honestly necessity production of agricultural and live for somo years for the as wo observe, the highways of applied to these roads on other believe that Lancaster is destined to ther expenditure of road funds fur stock products. Garrard county has on this County will be impassable roads. Our readers have ob become one of the best towns in the theso pikes ,nnd therein lies the bene- three Consolidated Schools, tho equal best state the Union. We arc within twelve month's for any served from the good letters growing byinleaps nnd bounds. Build fits to the other ronds; the funds thus of any in the state, nnd'n Graded and High second kind of modern traffic. This thot wo have received from ing, more in contemplation, and to saved will be expended on tho roads of ItsSchool in the to no other school kind state. Garrard which did not receive the benefit of is our opportunity to havu good various lax payers from all contemplate means to build in Lan- this outside aid, and the county will county hns the "best, most complete roads throughout the County. parls of the County that tho in caster, than In many years, and there eventunlly be enabled to place every nnd modern, as well na ono of the With the Lexington and Rich terest of the largo property has been much building here In late turnpiko within her borders in first largest Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware years. houses In the state. Garrard county mond roads without any ex holdeiM and heavy tax payers that has And with all theis building class condition. done, there not has other too numerous pone to us for twenty years are very much in favor of the thing likebeen sufficient number any This cannot be accomplished in n to mention, advantages, attracting with a of day, it will tuke time, but havo you which are and with tho bond Issue repaid bond issue. What reason can houses to accommodate the great In- any in her borders citizens from for and other remedy to by the State we would bo en- the small tax payer give fcr flux of people that come, nnd desire gives promise of cither suggest which wide, all nnxious to live, educate und quicker or abled to reconstruct tho re- opposing it? Tho bond issuo to come here, to live. better results? Most assuredly you raise their children in such an on maining roads jf tho County would benefit those living on theTho cause is obvious, first, we have have not. Then take the matter un- lightened community. most hospitable people in the Garrard county has a system of and if not reconstruct them to thtv outside or lateral roads as world, thrifty, energetic, wide awake, der consideration, If you havo been turnpikes that need bettering; a skeptical, givo it your honest considkeep them in fairly good re- much ns any other tax payers progressive, with kindly christian1 eration from every angle, and after system of turnpikes that needs to be pair with the annual tax at the because it is his only hope for spirits, always ready to extend the you have done this, we feel certain brought up within keeping with the present rate. In other words, having better roads in the fu- hand of welcome to newcomers, and you will VOTE FOR THE BONOS. high plane upon which the county make them retts nnd prides itself. the voting of the bonds does ture. Do not treat this IM- to And theso feci at home, newcomers have somr-- i The opportunity to better these ANDY BEAZLEY not raise the tax rate in Gar- PORTANT matter with thing to bring them here, good turnpikes, and at a minimum cost, rard County, but provides us but inform yourself schools, churches, fraternal organlta-now presents Itself to our citizenry. with better roads than wo have upon the issue and take the in- Hons, the best agricultural country Given Eighteen Years. And they say "opportunity knocks In the world, work for all, and of at thin tlaie without additional terest that you should take. one at every mans door". Aro you A Jury in the circuit court last every description, why should they going to lose our county's opportun tax. A great many people are Discuss it with your neighbor not come, and where week gave Andrew Beaxley, a local net advised of the purpoMS until the 30th of March, and better advantages, andcan they find, colored man, eighteen years In tho ity. VOTE FOR THE BONDS. why should penitentiary, Beasley was accused All kinds of Dlala and fancy sew and plans ef this bond issue have him there at the polls our prediction bo but a bubble. of the killing of William Denton, also ing done, alio htmatltchlmr. Upstairs and are against it on that ac- that day and If possible see FOUND A Port office box key. colored, and a with Bear-le- y over Mrs. Rtlla Francis' millinery. count. We appeal to the pro- - that he votes for the bond. Call at this office. ob tho county roads. Mrs. Jim Cox. Mgr. Everything", but they lire often prct ty good gucsters. winter when Influema wn racing to severely and taking such terrible toll, they pre dieted that It would recur this win ' But what we want to know it, "why tcr, but in much milder form. Thci fulfilled. don't you iend u a eheck for that prediction has been now, right Th hero "flu" is present right you owe utT $1,30 in our town and county, lots of it but in so mild n form as to be scarce ( Editorial.) ly noticable, and it is seldom follow OUR OPPORTUNITY. ed by pneumonia. However, it I The Federal Government of just as much to be dreaded as ever, should use every safeguard fers to Garrard County about and oneroughs and colds, the fore flfty thous against two hundred and runner of this dreaded disease. Didn't you get a notice from tho bunk lint week Hhat your account was over drawn!" asked Mr. Mlggles, "Yes", replied Mr. Mlggles. "Ilut I U perfectly all right. even-thinent them a check for the amount I vrai overdrawn." "Did yeu write them a check tq be pall from your own overdrawn nc count?" exclaimed Mr. Miggles. "Vet." replied Mrs. Mlggles. g INFLUENZA "THE WOMANLESS HELP THE FISHING Get-Togeth- PLANS er CLUB WEDDING" Still Exists In City and For County, But In Very A Huge Success, And By Observing Its Rules ference. Mild Form. Greatly Enjoyed Democratic Mealing In At The Lake. Of course "Doctor Do Not Know Con- A WORD FOR ROAD BONDS. LET US REASON TOGETHER AND DO IT FAIRLY. BY A LARGE AUDIENCE AT THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. The production of the "Woman less Wedding" given by local talent at the school Auditorium on last Friday evening, was greatly enjoyed by a crowd that filled tho vast Auditor ium to its capacity. To say tho production was plen did does not half express It, There were no stars in the cast of characters, every one doing their part to perfection, and were we to go Into i!o tails ns to. the perfections of the var lous participants, it would toko more proivbenIevans five-sevent- The Lake Placid Fishing Club, the organization which has the lease of the fishing privileges at the wntcr works hike, held its annual meeting last Thursday night nnd elected its officers for the year, The Club has certain obligations to the town, which they wish to earnestly request the citizens will assist them in meeting. They have obligatt-- themselves to the city that there will be no wading In the lake, cooking or picnicking on tho banks or scattering of trash or anything thnt would contnmlnnto the wntcr, along the banks. They most earnestly request that no children under sixteen years of age be allowed to visit the lake unaccompanied by their parents, or to enter the boats, except with their parents. The water is deep nnd dangerous nnd the Club does not 3lsh to Incur nny risk by having children at the Inke without their parents. Kvery member of the orgnnizntlon pledges himself to observe these rules, nnd their infringement by members means their expulsion. Persons other than members who tamper with the boats, or who violate other rules, which nrc but sanitary rules for the protection of the water nnd rules of safety for the protection of the lives of children, nrc trespass cs and violators of the Inw, nnd will bo dealt with as such. The club has been heretofore im poscil upon, both by members nnd out' siilers, nnd they propose to take stringent mensurcs if necessary, to protect their rights. It is hard to prohibit n boy from "coin a flshin". but if vou cannot ne company him, kindly do not allow him to go to the lake, ns it is not only pro hibited, but is EXTREMELY DAN CEROUS. Season tickets nrc now ready nnd may be procured from the secretary, Joe Burnside, at the court house. sen-ice- s - LoultvilU, To the Editor of tho Record: March 18th, to be NotabU Evtnt. WHAT DO WE (SET IF THE BONDS FAIL TQ CABBY ON LOUISVILLK, KY., March 12th MARCH 30th. Finn! plans nre now being made for Wo get Just what wc have now, the big conference of Mud holes nnd ronds almost impassDemocrats from all parta of Kentucky which will be held here on Thurs- able. We get to pay our state road tax day, Mnrch 18th. Acceptances to the invitations nre about $(1,500.00 annually nnd let literally pouring into the Committee counties thnt vote bonds nnd accept government nid use it for their benehaving charge of the arrangements and indication's point to the event as fit. Wc get to pay our automobile tnx one of the most notable political COO automobiles at sixty gatherings in the history of the state. on about cent per mnking a A banquet will be given in the evening nt the Scclbnch Hotel, which total of about $12,000.00, more, this will be attended by members of tho too to be used by the some counties Stnte Central nnd State Executive accepting stnte and government aid Committees, Democratic members of and Garrard County furnishing the above amounts nt n total loss to ittho General Assembly, Democratic self nnd to benefit the other counties. Editors, Democratic Circuit Judges WE get to keep up our roads our and Commonwealth's Attorneys, the selves by our own county rond fund chnirmcn of tho Democratic County which has proven to be inadequate Committers in the 120 counties of the Stnte, nnd n number of others prom- and insufficient in dvcry respect, since in the last ten years, the travel inent in party councils. and use of same has doubled and The principal spenker nt the banthribblcd in thnt time and wc will see bo Mr. Homer S. Cummlngs, quet will our roads go from bad to worse until the Chairman of the Democratic Nawithin tho next few years wc will tional Committee. Mr. Cummlngs Is have impassable roads, in fact, no ono of the most forceful and graceful ronds at nil on the present system. spenkers in public life todny, nnd the WHAT DO WE LOSE IF THE ROAD Committee on Arrangements nrc conBONDS FAIL TO CARRY MAR. gratulating themselves on having se30th. cured him. The spenker on KentucIf we fall TO CARRY THE ky ntTairs is to be Judge Alex I. BONDS nnd refuse to accept the Humphrey, of Louisville, whose preeminent standing nt the bar and state and government nid we lose J2CO.000.00 plus $18,500, making n brond grasp of public questions is everywhere recognized. Col. I H. totnl of $208,000.00, and lose a road as good as the Lincoln Highway. Callahan, of Louisville, who has been If it turns'out ns is believed and the moving spirit in the work of the fully expected nnd ns it will, no doubt newly-forme- d Administrative Com- the State will take over tho roads and r, mittee in the party will act as will pay the counties for them. Wo nnd the meeting will be called would then to order by Judge Charles A. Hardin, nmounting receive our county bonds to $102,000.00 back. Wo Chairman of the Democratic State could then build many roads and reCommittees, who has also taken nn pair mnny'mnny miles more with this active interest in the new party work. money. No political meeting on such a comWE CAN RIGHT NOW GET the prehensive scale was ever before un$250,000.00, this amount plus the dertaken in Kentucky, nnd the enamount of tho bonds $102,000.00 thusiasm which is being shown in the totals $442,000.00. This money matter is taken as a splendid nugury would be let on rond contract by govfor party success in tho state this fall. ernment direction nnd the road contracted for would be built under WOMAN government inspection by blue prints and surveys and would be received by by government Inspection when comConvicted of pleted. We can rest assured that if UNCLE County SAM spends his money to build roads Mrs. Bessie Padgett, indicted by or takes income tax reports, n fellow-ha- s the Grand Jury at the last term of to have things mighty near right the Circuit Court was tried last week if he gets by. on a charge of murdering her husband Believing that I have fnirly James Padgett, was found guilty of represented the above subject and manslaughter and given four years having confidence in tho citizenship nt Frankfort. of Garrard County, I feel confident in the reformatory Mrs. Padgett was living with her hus- that nny question left to them will bo band in the Buckeye section, on the rightly and honestly settled by the farm of Mr. J. M. Amon at the time voters of the county. of the killing. Her defense was that Respectfully, her husband was choking her and nt' R. H. BATSON. tempting to kill her when in self de fense she struck him with a heavy- - AMERICAN LEGION stick on the head which later result his death prosecution The ed in Night. contended that the husband was mur dered while lying in his bed about Service men bear in mind that tho eight o'clock at night. American Legion of this place meets next Friday night, at the Police Court Room in Lancaster, Ky., Mnrch 19th, to horse-power, toast-maste- Meeting Friday nt 7 P. M. Be sure and be present as matters of importance that will interest you will be discussed. Respt. Virgil G. Kinnaird. Comdr. GARRARD BOY Runs Down Richmond Lady. On last Saturday night, Willie Prcwitt, n son of Mr. Carol Prewitt, of this county, struck and seriously injured Mrs. Charles Tnpp with his automobile, nt the intersection of two streets in Richmond. Mrs. Tunn suf fered a broken leg, and was otherwise bruised. Young Prewitt claims to havo sounded his horn, but that the lady failed to heed it. ' gallicOrci 21st. Galll-Curc- Date Changed to Sunday afternoon, Mar. Mme. Amelita the greatest Soprano of the world, which was advertised to appear In Louisville on March 22nd, has been chang ed to SUNDAY AFTERNOON, Marcli 21st. at 3iM. All those having secured their tickets for this great con cert, bear In mind this important change. l, I indif-ferenc- e, 1 Cotton Seed Meal for sale. FajM KthtsM, K tkfb ai The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Men MAY STUDY 1 8, 920 MERITS OF HORSE AND TRACTOR flavor W5 The 2 Why are WRIGLEYS flavors like the pyramids of Egypt? Because they are lone-lastin- g. And WRIGLEY'S is a beneficial as well as lonMastln treat. It helps appetite and digestion, keeps teeth clean and breath sweet, allays thirst. CHEW Supplanting tht Hon. Entirely It li Proposed to Make Careful Study of This Tendency. hr th. I'nltut Hates Drpart-inn- t college, a well n representative of of Agriculture.) In the federal various division One of the chief mrnns of effecting Including the bureau of ncrensed nml more economic produc-- animal Industry, thu ntrnt engineering llon on ttio farms of thl country, nml division of I lit bureau of public road rontequcntly of reducing high coit of nml tlii office of fnmi management. Ivlng tn n considerable degree, n Merits of Hon and Tractor. siore rftlclrnt nml complete utilization Studio which should he made tn f fnrm iowcr, according tn the re- port of n special committee recently show Iho rehitlve riierll of linrfcw nnd ippolntrd by the secrotnry of ngrlcnb tractor fur uo In various mpncllle Mure. Thin renort . clre fnrnial I'tnrm. . on the fnrm wa the central theme of . m.a ' fitaj. fa.f.t.i , .iiMiItt v..,.,,.. an... ..v.... l I on to I lie rtiilrlilliin nl In mended that n series) or studies mi Investigation relating to fire principal subject bo undertaken tinder the nu pice gfthe I'nlleil State department with of ngrtciillurc In state agricultural college. I'nrirr "farm wer requirement" It wn suggested that nttrntlon be given to the fnnner' need In various firltl oienitluiM, In hauling ami In the opmachinery eration of henVy nml In small power operation. I'ndrr the topic "animal lnwer" I Th. Tractor :rrrrJ Distinguished Wagons If there was ony way in which OLD HICKORY Wagons could have been improved, It was by standardizing production and adopting tho Standard 56 Inch track. In every stat? it every county, In every community, the sdornocila is today the acknowledged track maker. Inanyst.ita therefore), in any county, In any community, tlio wagon that follows this 56 Inch, track is a better wagon. Tor It saves the team, rides without bumping, minimizes strains and stress on wheels and axles, thereby costing 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 are proving a strict adherence to their unshakable policy of service to users first, last and ahvays. OLD HlCKORYS are sold by well-define- d 1 belt-drive- IT AFTER EUERV MEAL i 1 nml "mechanical power" the recom mended field of InteMlgdtlon Include a study of the preferable idle of nnl mnt nml mechanical (Miner unit. cot of maintenance, tntnl utllltatlon of x)wer units and the iuallty of woik done hy rath. HASELDEN BROS. 1 AGENTS J J Sealed Tight Kept Right A10 PugllUtlc Turn Necessary. Mr. Knfferty says It's got so you're obliged to atnrt a tit of a tight some- timet In onlcr to make the minutes of tho previous meeting worth tho trouble of being read. Town Without Streets. Tho smallest dependency of Franco tne Ho d lloedle. situated nt tho cast of Hollo Itle. Its imputation la 23S, ami tho peoplu do not- - speak French, but Coltlc. Fishing Is tho principal Industry, nnd nil the Inhabitants are provided with food nt on inn managed by women. The town has no street and tho houfcs are mostly of mud. Cleaning White Paint Spirits of nmmonln used In sufficient quantities to soften tho water and ordinary hnrd soap will make a white painted surfneo look white and clean with half the effort of any other method. Care should bo taken not to bate too much ammonia. of form of fnrm xmer In man labor' the themes lltcd for consideration Include seasonal demand for labor, the ' effect of time nnd wenther limitation. the cost of mnu labor, the quality of work required and so on. The lift It topic, "Influence? (of vnrl ou type of power unit) on farm and owrotlon," covers such Will Such Scenes Become a Thing of Itrina s the size of the fnrm. the Mzo of fields, the toMigraphy of the farm. the Past? Intensity of culture nml total form a conference recently held In Chicago products. at the Invitation of the secretary. TliU Money for Studies. gathering Included representative of Tho conference recommended that fanners, horse breeder, tractor and appropriation he made for these funImplement manufacturer, saddlery damental studle of farm power prob'manufacturers, feed producer" ami lems and that when ouch appropriaworker. from the farm management, tions become available the Investigahusbandry utid ngrlculturnl tion bo planned by n committee of I animal departments of ngrlculturnl the ablest nvullable. Oaied under the subject "relation THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000 Surplus 430,000. Hook-keepe- A. It. DENNY. President. J. E. STORM ES, Vlce-PreS. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. J. It. HARRIS, Individual HUGH MOHI.EY, General r. Oook-Keepe- mi ! W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY. Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. Effect of Sugars and Fats, The fatuous soul vhn take n long FEEDING POULTRY FOR EGGS walk to reduce and comes homo with n fine appetite, or perhaps eats half Most Important Matter After Making Careful Selection of Hens Kept a. pound of candy cn route, Is putting During Winter. on weight Instead" of taking It oft. Translated, this means that sugar and fats or. quick and complete burning (fly li J. PRTKHSON. North Dakota Collet.) fuel for Uie human body. When a careful selection of the flock has made, the next Important thing Is feeding. In order to make hens lay Iti winter wo must duplicate summer condition. To take Die place of grasshopper, worms and bug In the late spring nnd summer, tho fowl mutt be provided Willi anl- food. Alter the frot hn? killed fnnTwvJpIi. m.n t tM sjl fcraps offer a couvenlcnt fonn of Ahl- mnl food. Fresh green lone make no of the ery best animal fiMxl. Ifnlt nn ounce per hen delly will bo Vlnn IhU amount of grtvn sulllclent. bone In feil, no other unlmnl food 1 re33. Residence Phqne quired. Sklmmllg I also very gool. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. I PREPARATION OF HERD BOAR Animal Will Require Heavier Feeding Than During Idle Summer Months Supply Mineral. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. II, Swinebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Storm S. C, Denny, A, T Sanders, Dr, W. M. Elliott, Directors. r. I I ilIi;ree Two IJiws a my to aged boar nnd one sow lo" young one are all that should bo allowed. One srrvlro on the second day of bent will bo found to settle the largest percentage of sows Of course, suppl)lng a mineral mixture and plenty of gool gras nt this time ought not to be neglected. essential point In herd managepreparation of the boar for the breeding season nnd hi care during that time. Naturally he will require heavier feeding than during the Idle summer months. A ration of milk, ground oats nnd wheat middling fed In a thick slop will ho palatable and nulrlllnuo. An ear or two of com added will help It. Kuough tn keep him koklng ri$hj ntid(jtlvy jljould be feil ment I ,n STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE PIGS NEED MINERAL MATTER MIXTURE TO FATTEN TURKEYS Best Feed Is Oood Dry Corn and Lib eral Supply of Fresh Milk-- Do Not Pen Fowls. We nre equipped with machinery to do nil kinds am Excellent Practice to Place Mixture of Charcoal, Lima and Salt In Self.Fceder. ' AUTOMOBILE Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporntcd. Mnkcrs of the Celebrated and Popular ' I'lg kept In confinement, which Is usuully tho case when they nre being fattened for tho market, are generally not fed enough mineral matter nnd In order to satisfy their craving for minerals It U nn excellent practice to plnco n mlxturo of charcoal, lime and salt In n separate compartment or tho self feeder. Borne mid sulphur and wood ashes to this mixture. feed for fattening turkey U a Inlxturc of good dry com nnd a liberal tupply of fresh buttermilk or fresh skim milk with other grain siich aa wheat, buckwheat nnd n little bur ley by uny of variety. It usually dres not pay to X'ti turkey to fatten a they do Hot take tn confinement rend I ly though some people havo been lii cuntlnlng turkeys In smnll yurl or even In fattening battvrle. Tho l het REPAIRING On nil makes of Automobiles or Engines. Wo can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. We have installed battery charger and are now ready for battery charging. COMPOST SAVES FERTILIZER WHITE We do exchanging Our MILL FEED GEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L. at I SWABT ' LACK Oood OF BUSINESS Good SYSTEM Mean of Supplying Needed ganlc Matter for Soil Cxpenso of Pile Is Small. Or- -, No (Water Cause for Loia and Drudg- ery on Farm Judgment ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAKE NO OTHER; FLOUR tta W. ZANONE President, Secretary, W. A. DOTY Helps Wonderfully. 'Die compost pile Is one means of supplying needul organic material for tliu rami, ine materials which ran L ordinarily wasted, and ued are .m -. C.me expense 01 imikiui, .1... ..if.. Ii" l.i... mv pnv slight when compared with Us fertilizing value. ACCURATE There I ho greater cause for loss and drudgery on tho farm than n lack System and of business principles. good make long days shorter, lighter hnrd work caster, mortgage and the family life more easy and free. en-k- c. and corn. IS per cent Protein. RECORDS OF MILK What De- ARTIFICIAL LIGHT FOR HENS Only Way of Knowing Just Study a Cow la Producing tails Before.. Discarding. With our Acoytclene and Oxygen Welding wo can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At r.ny time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and wo will bo glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too Inrge or too small." We nlso carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle tho Now Crown Gasoline which gives moro mllengo than any other gasolino on the Market. ,Wo .(unfeh Free Air nnd are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mu-chi- Docs Not Make Fowl Lay Two Egge In Day, But Does Hasten Spring Work Conditions. Artificial light In the poultry house In winter does net make a hen tay two egg a duy, na some people seem tc think, but It does .make condition! uch that she doe not have to wall for, spring to Uglu her spring work. a iURCHETT Treaturer, Miller. Tluro Is only ono way of posltluly knowing that a cow Is a proniubla milk producer and that la by keeping accurate and complete records of production and It Is not fair to condemn u cow to be slaughtered beforo these records ore studied In detail. Patrick & Conn. Chlf Mochtak. PAINT LICK, KY. HENRY P. CONN, PhaeM 31. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 18, 1920. LADY AGREES rral Saturday 3 WITH OPINION OF HUNDREDS. Says Same About Tru-ton- a Many Others Do Louisville, of Mr, Iko Mamie at Hohon. Mr. and Mr. W, K. Davis were the guest Monday of friend In Nichol- Mil Nettie Scott pent the week end with Mr. and Mr. Harrl.on Dean j , ! CHEST CLOGGED UP WITH HEAVY COLD? DeJ.t " Te THE INFUSORIA Was A New One On Bobby. WhiU thf Loweit "l Did Wonders Ky.. Mar. 17th. - thing nboul Trutonn that no many other people nre ny. inr, It ha done wonder for mc." This frnnk statement enmc n few day ngo from Mr. Hlanche Mcddis, well known in her neighborhood, who live nt r.:i I Enst Madion Street. Mr. Meddl. like scores of other Louisville people ircitlril to try Trutonn hernuic of the unitinteil prniie that the Perfect Tonic win icceiv-in- g from other. She t now high- ly enthused and deeply grateful over. her 'relief. "I u mm I to work around feeling though Iwns going to fall over," the mlil. I didn't rare much about ratine and the little food I did rat wasn't digtstcd properly. I hnd vonv - itlng pelli nt time and very often experience! drowy hendachr. I wai nwfully nrrvoui, too." "I had read nboul the good work Trutonn had been doing for other and realizing that my condition need-oimmediate nttrlitiun. I decided to take thw meilirine. It has done wonder for me, jut what other it ha done for them. I wouldn't be without n buttle of Trutonn in the house." Trutonn t now being introduced and explained "in Lancaster at Drug Store. (Advertisement.) say the samd Koie and little ton pent' cvernl day hut week with friend' In Lancaster. Mr. and .Mr. O. M. Moreland and "I cnn .Mil Zllln Dnwci were Danville vii- - oure Mr. II. C. ft In" use Dr. Kki't nevr JUueovery a eI,aBCe fa OrJar of Anltna Vote Yes FOR THE BOND ISSUE EDUCATIONAL BALLOT Life, It Teach" Thrift Leon THAT ilnncernmi ,,. lim ,,,. ,.,. ,. (tor Tuesday. Mr. Floyd Curti spent the week end with her lter, Mrs. Kdd Simp on nt Teatcrville. Mr, II. I'. Swope and family of tan raiter were the gueit Sunday of Mr, nnd Mr. Will Swope. Mr. and Mr. M. C. Kennedy nnd Mr. nnd Mr. II. II. Ilnlcomb were in Danville Tuesday, thopplng. Mr. and Mr. M. 0. Kennedy ipent the week end with their mother, Mr. tvhero a Dy Mary Leon. ,,f . might get tlio bettor of you may n rainy Bnturdny nnd Hobby It win be nearer man vnu think, rrnmnt union with Dr. King' New Dlscmery nml Hetty hnd been liclpinK thci will iivrrt n long alecc. mothrr nbout the home. Now they For flfly yearn It ha loosened client, tllsslliatiil llght.parkeil were tired of work, nnd it win too plilrcm, broken vicious cold and b.nl to ko out to piny. couch. (live It to tlio youngsters "Whnt iihnll we do?" ald Hobby take It yourself. TIhtii will bo no til. "I enn't think of n tliini: wu cnn d trreiiiiiii , UK-and ft. in ii hot I to. At your indoor to hnvo nny fun." tlrucglst's. (llvo It n trial. rnn-pittnfter-em'eta- .,. Bowels Become Normal headache, stomncli-soiirm-- liver liven , hlllouni-i- up, bile flown freely , tonguo-fur- , Kennedy at Prenchersvlllc. Mill Ida Vnn Kirby rrturned home to Richmond Friday nfter tenrhing reveral month in Mnrccllui I'rivnte chool. natural, rnmfortnblii action. liablt-fnrinln- Kin eh .New illniM-d'- r wlieu Dr. Life I'IIIm get lu their ', A newspaper to be nllve nnd vital one nbout nniinul. The true torles about plnnU and unimnlt nrc renlly must make mir.tnkes; it cannot be loss much more mtertitiiiK than the human than its creators. The misfairy stories you are so fond of, nil takes must be few but when convincyou children are guttinc old enough ed of its errors u newspaper, like n now to upprermte them." true run ii, should be quick to admit will you tell us nnd rectify them. Hut there must "Whnt nnimnls nbout, mother?! like dogs nnd cnts. be the lire of the henrt, ns well ns the This from Hobby. fiber of the brnin in newspapers: anil "I like to henr nJ)out birds." sni no eilitor ever knew better or better n Hetty. "Hut I'd rather mother woul applied this fnct thnn the grent who, a few days since nt choose." HltYANTSVILLE "Well, I nm Koint; to tell you Minmi, Florida, found his eightieth nbout infusoriu." birthday settling gently down upon Mrs. Joel Msrtcc I quite ill. "Infusoria? I never heard him. n Mr. C. C. Decker was !n Lexing-ta- n them!" exclaimed both chiddrcn In everything he wrote, Mr. hopHng. a breath. always had a purpose nnd he "I thought ns much," returned ndheared to it resolutely, regretting .Mr. and Mr. Jame Frnzec arc rePNEUMONIA INFLUENZA tttoerMWrtK abiMrHtiiMUr mother wnlllng. "The infusoria thnt in pursuing it he must i nil let n entering from the llu. it; wr Mow. tWri kf k . low', l.od-le- r Mener Charlie and William AT r h$ ViST. PAMMl WH lire the lowvst of nil animal... The wound here and there, sorrowing for Mr. J. Ilognn llallard .pent Turn bM IT HA KCS SAIL mU iumm li. i.Mti'1 Mln ti44 wtfl ttw of Illinois, returned home nfter protosofl nre the very iSwost orde friends lost, welcoming friends won, u uivm. w u4 van 0 wx wll (tint, Y CO., Uikac-- , IOCKIM KU4L K lay in Frankfort on buiincs. xcvernl days visit with friends nnd or clnm of nnimnls. nml the infusoria but advancing nlways in the general Miss Amy Dawes (pent the week relative near here. mif.'fftAMES nre the lowest of the protozoa. interest ns he discerned it. He en end with friend in Georgetown Mr Lizzie Walker, Mrs. Huicnm They nre so small thnt the eye can dured nbuse, criticism, dissension Rv. (i S t'onant made a buiineos Ilrown and son, and Mr. und Mrs. not sec thorn nt all. Ono must look and misunderzlnnding; but he wort HASELDEN BROS. WILIM SU.1RUCC823 trip to St Louis, Mo, last week; Itobert Lnyton were visiting Mr. Leo through n microscope in order through. And it was because he put 1ft. bV ijnilililhiMad Mr Xn Mullin attended the fun mDiuU. N.WItk.boro, H. C Ilnwn and family Sunday. sec .them." his heart into every fight and the ".My, that's funny," said Hobby tempernture of his blood rose acHONOR ROLL What do they look like?" cordingly that he sprinkled the pages They arc. nothing; but a body shnp- - of American history with those comBuena Consolidaeil like n cup with n grasping arm or pelling phrases which will forever tail." be n.nocinted with the grent political School. "Just a body with a tail to grab nnd social movement of his times. things with?" asked Hetty in nmnzc After he hnd fought for the es For February 1920. ment. "So head or legs or eyes or tablishment of the civil nnd Icgnl anything?" rights of the negro in the South; Grade XII 11 ".Nothing else at nil just the nfter he hnd made the greatness of Sunbeam Ruble, )) Lila K. Scott, body nml one grnsping tnil. Hut Abraham Lincoln' soul appreciated Hen Jennings. they cnn fight. among the Southern people; after the "Fight?" Hobby sat up very much Greeley and Tilden campaigns, Mr. Grade XI Carlettu Ruble. interested. Wuttcrson found himself In the cam"es, they have been seen to paign of 183t with n slogan to sound GradeX Glndy Hamilton. stick themselves on to another larger for party victory. To him, party one nnd hold on for denr life. The victory seemed a necessity to the Grade VIII larger one would squirm nbout with nation; out of thnt need nnd the Angcs Ruble. sudden jerks nnd light with its tnil memory of the governmental scan Grade V Boyd Iiy. to try to loosen the hold of the lit dals of the past few ycurs came the tie one, but the little fellow clung resonant "Turn the rascals out," Grade IV Mayme Estes. tight for n long time, nnd fought to which turned them out, and "Civil hold its place." Service reform," which began to Grade III "My goodness!" said Hobby. "An change public office from the spoils Clara Ford, Mnric Lay. animal with no hrnd or arms or legs to the merit system. "A tariff for or eyes putting up n light. That revenue only," one of the most im- - Grade II Ashby Ruble, benu inc. That's the funniest thine mortal of his political phrases belongs Loslic Hamilton. ever henrd. also to this period in which, too, was "It scemn to have plenty of sand, struck on" that great designation of Grade I anyway," said Hetty. Elizabeth Sadler, James G. Hlaine us "The Plumed Elmore Sadler. "It kind of makes me ashamed of Knight." myself." said Hobby. "I guess with n latter years he changed his mind good arms and legs nnd a henl nil about Grover Cleveland who became Buena to myself I ought to do n little more The Stutfed Prophet" to the glee hustling nnd be able to earn more ful interest of the nntion and with School News. and get my Thrift Stump book fill whom Mr. Wnttcrson saw his party I ' O. I The attendance at school is again lilll.. fn.t.. Tl.!. I. 'marching through n slaughter-hous- e normal. dny and I'm going out to sec if into nn open grave." There follow somebody dosn't The reduced attendance was due t want something ed the period in which Mr. Ilryan dene or some errands run that will whs impaled on the editor's pen as a scoro of "llu" cases, Unusual power and control, quid: pick-u- p and extraordinary buy mo one more Thrift Stamp, nny. 'The boy Orator of the Platte," a Elizabeth and Elmore Saddler were acceleration to real speed, arc features inherent in the Cleveland way. never to be forgotten designation. absent from school Thursday. tiood-byc- i Six and features with which Cleveland owners arc delighted. Hetty nnd mother. Iloosevelt ns "Thu Mnn on Horse Elizabeth Ilurton who has moved to But mother, don't you tell nny more back" he aided mightily toward de Hickman is now attending school Many n Cleveland Six owner has said, "It would be hard to tell sione tin i get back. I want to feat for a thinl term; and ns "The here. you what a cood car the Cleveland henestiy n. It'3 wonderful." henr them too." Schoolmaster" he drew u swift car The Cleveland is wonderful because conditions end equipment assuring Rachel Scott was absent from "No, I won't. I'll let Hetty help toon of President Wilson whieh will it is a splendidly developed nnd the very bcit of manufacture, and school Thursday on account of going we with the baking nnd then I'll endure. finished product, not n car ruthed into built by men whewe successful exto town. Ifive her a Thrift Stamp to match When Mr. Wutterson was in po the market. Three years perience hnd been v. holly in vhe the Misses Hessle Hughes, Kntc Iloltz-clathe one you are going to eurn." plan for production of this ccr were liticnl trenches, Democracy was nl production of fine czrs, tne Cleveland and Nancy Sloan spent the week beg-- n ways "unterriilcd far advanced. But, with war rol;in2 ouc to the world and undented," end with their homo folks. Six Courier-Journa- l production ond marketing and The was the lsst August. Sine; then thousands Valley Farm, a drama of four acts stnr-eyc- d were dclcycU though csr crimen' al goddess of tnrrilf reform" have .i ne to (ltlithtcJ owners, and will be presented nt the Hucna Vitta engineering work were continued rner carcgoin everynonth. and well as "the Old Lady on the cor thouii. at building, March 27th, at 7.00 cars kept on the tond. When and There isn't nny otltcr light car that nor." lie would pursue his objects school war ended, came the Cleveland. will jjtvc yeu so nich of oil that you f assault us quickly "from hell to P. M. The characters of the play are wish, and nt cuch a fair price. Built In a fine big factory, with ull breakfast" ut "from hell, to iron composed of teachers und young men orks;" and when he clarioned, "To nnd women of the community. The Life fs a bunUn the body Come let txs show you what a car the Cleveland is our Tents, O Ureal," the Iirt.ilites drama Is mingled with pathos and ,s racked v.ttn jKa.i. Evwrytnug mouthed their trumpet of rnmihorn humor from star to tlnnli. Tourlni Cur (riie PajtenCcrO't ISSSt KojUttrr (Three PatatnCcr) JJJMt SiJan (Hta worries ur.tl ;ic victim t.v0n:.3 latugtr) SJlVi; Cuuu (Four !'vvnctr) 121V5; All price F. O. L. Factory dcspomlei.t ai 'tt'o vt .ita.ned. lo nd bade the sun to stand still nnd the moon in the vulley of Avnlon. : bring tcli th .: taho When ho paid u compliment none GOLD MEDAL could be more delicate and captivat ing than he. "We luk toward you, ah bMI quotum If HuMi'a 3.1m CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO Uncle Joe" he would say of the UtU m U iM.tamt U Trurf.Kwnora.licb.tu, bun.I Ik Speaker," and may God bless your wi urn diuuf bnWM Mh Irttiawau lilu llunl'9lw good old Republican soul I" Thf nwiti ill c' Kv'.U-- J for mi lihr.nl huMiitUt 4 iiMk M It made literature, this nimble V, tM jMi fatv it m i m.;.7-- a I rJr Cm..i. Trr turn List .1. '. t It 'ik cl phrasing, and it commanded a larg Iks TODAY, hkrlk MS. t er audience than any other Ameri'' 1 A in U w 4A can editor has ever addressed. He STORM ES DRUG STORE. Wnt-tersoQuiCR-ncu- ir wat, Mr. II. II. Montgomery and little daughter have returned nfter (pend ing several day with Mr. anil Mr J. W. llrynnt. Mlat May mo llallard returned home Sunday nfter spending icvernl iluy ,MI Inez Kay pent the week end with Mr. and Mr. W. T. Woolfolk with Mrs. Jciwe Lnwrrncc of nt Lexington. Mr. and Mr. Mrrritt Drnn and tcr. daughter. Ml Lillian Dean, of Vcr Meer Tllden Hoover and Kdd sallies, nnd Mr. Kdd Dean of Chicago Simpnon uttended the Kile of Walter iprnt lait week with Mr. nnd Mr. J. Dnwe of IlrynnUvllle Saturday. II. Edwards. nnd Mr. nnd Mr. Otto Simpson Quite n number (rom here attend daughter Juanitu were the guest of ed "Ten for Three" nt the Lexington Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewi Noel Sunday. Opera Itoure, Saturday. Those atMiMes Horn nnd Inez Ray and Hartending were Metdame It. I. Ilurton, ry liny attended the "WomnnleM E. II. llallard and Mr. J, Hognn Ilnl Wedding" in Lnncnter Friday night. lard, Mesirs Sam llalcomb and J. W, Tilden Hoover nnd Walker (Irow Ilurton. bought two milch cow from Joe Vincent of Nicholnvillc price unFor CROUP, COLDS. known. g Purgative, neter tilcitfcaritly corrective, MjtnetliueH ahould not bo taken to rack thu nyitrm vioI lently, Nnture'H way the way of Dr. I I.. .1 n V..... ..iiji Itilfu I llll.-IIIIJ lull firmly fmirtlnnliis: the IkiviI. 1lml- - you n itory." hc snid. Hip lntestlm--cliiggliitiiitlug and "Oh, Hint would be line, Just tl pnuiiottiig tin- - limit grutlfjllig reaultn. (.'leniiMt tin- - ayitein with them and thing," Mill Hobby, nnd Hetty mid h know the boon of rt'gular bowels. 25c nrced, but ndded: "Mnke it n renlly I uh urucgiitK. true story, mother, will you?" "Vim, I will. like the true dor TEATF.RSVILLE. ics best myrclf. And I will tell you K 1 "I enn't either," returned Hetty "I don't know whnt I wnnt to do, I'll ko nnd nak mother." "Mother Kenernlly cnn think "Are you in fnvor of issuing nomethine," fnid her brother, "Itu nlonj: nnd nk her." Mother stopped her work nn $1912,000.00 in Bonds for the enme back with Hetty, nnd they thrrc wit on the ofa together. "How would you liko mc to tc purpose of building; roads YES.... XO. x . nnd bridges?" Watersoniana. made mistakes but he made history making them, and he always bent his whole soul and heart to a cause he believed in. The roles of Aristidcs nnd Socrates nliku he scorned, believing thnt no mortal man could assume them; but he was St. George to every dragon in the public path, nnd those who denied them to be dragons he thrust roughly aside. In his eighty-firs- t year The Times like to remember these thing and to remind its readers of them. Louisville Times. while Vista ted w v 11 Am m 1 Vista No Other Light Car Offers So Much 11 co w ttt BETTER DEAD SANDERS & HILL, Lancaster, Ky nNiy back ro rt tJ Mr iS The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Mch 8. 1 1 920 SENATOR STUDENT MARK SMITH ONCE OF TRANSYLVANIA The 50 Acre Farm OF J. E. ALLEN WE HAVE Provided the Feeds AT AUCTION 0 t m ' I I That jou need for sprW ue. Your ( own, Horses, ami M'.lrs need n ehntiKt of ration which serves ns a toitu. - , We haxe Mixed Feed, Brun Shores, Sweet Feeds nntl Shomocker it balanced ration. FOR THE COW FOR THE HORSE AND MULE We Thursday, Mch 25 TEN O'CLOCK. Boyle County, five miles west of Danville, right on the Pcrryville pike. A splendid location, good neighborhood, school and churches. Two story 6 room, metal roof dwelling with porches. Large IMPROVEMENTS stock barn, with well, windmill and concrete troughs, garage, cow sheds, poultry house and all necessary and convenient Well at house and large pond. is ALL in grass and well fenced into convenient fields almost a PERFECT Farm LOCATION s. hc Green Crnss, Sweets and Outs. FOR THE HOGS Senator Mark Smith. 1 A" r.ir,a, wa noc a Mudrtit at Tranilan a College at Senator rvii ti ba taken front rank auinn: the 'a men of the new SontliweM, mi l ' rnmes back to Kentucky t old home at i vnltiMna. mm the of III Mudrnt labor at the 1 College, nliere be laid the fOMSUt tu 1 Mixed Feed, MiddlinR. Corn nnd the Hnlanced ration thnt makes fat nntl produces thrift in your herd. Has everything hi it a hoK relishes nil at a fair price We hae Sho-mocke- r, t.fn ! m' Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, of hi Kubovquput mrnr. KENTUCKY. Mr Harvey Sutton of Cincirrj and Mr. Hen Hughes of linens' were recent visitors ai ine norr.e Mr John and Miss Susan K Sut Miu Francis Ilotrle member of Sv day school class No. 1, when she r cetved her new quarterly made a ry olution that she would be prer every Sunday with a prepared providentially hindered m a worthy example f both the eld and the youncrr mc bers of the school. Mls Stvll Doty will irtve a fr craile recital next Saturday afttrr.ic at the resMeaer of IK S. Swop Si will receive a diploma fur thoroue work dene in her irrade. Miss I) will be aistrl by Misses Josephu e HutrHMin. UU Doohn and little Mi Sadie Doolin who ars also beginners In music, also Mlues Mabelle Sutt ami Oella Mae Turner. SQUARE. 20 ACRES OF VIRGIN BLUE GRASS SOD. lieautiful lawn to pike with large forest shade trees. This is just the "handiest" little fnrm you ever saw just what you have been looking for. other crop. Land Ls exceedingly FERTILE nnd ready right now for tobacco or any Don't miss this opportunity. Remember Swinebrond "ALWAYS SELLS" nnd no prizing always a square deal. All we want is for you to look this farm over it will bear close inspection. At the same time Mr. Allen will sell the following personal property: Three large farm mares, one in foal to jack; Ten fine brood sows, ready to farrow; Five extra dairy cows, fresh; One Registered spotted Poland China Boar, One 1917 Dodge car, in good condition; One Rubber tire buggy and harness; Two horse wagon, mowing machine, and a lot of other farming implements, gear, etc, and Household and Kitchen Furniture. A lot of Baled Hov and straw. For further particulars see the owner or W. E. Moss, or R, IlfDevcr at my offices in Danville, or Deed and possession April 1st. SWINEBROAD, REAL We ESTATE MAN. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, WHEN NEURALGIA ATTACKS NERVES !' Dm coBfettioa and rclieTM pais LiauMBt scatters Jamet Mathews and little daughter, Sinia Elizabeth visited hit mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Mathews Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mr. Colemon Locker and tittle daughter spent Saturday night and Sunday with her mother, Mr. Amanda Cloute. Mr. vices Sunday evening. Little Mis Hazel Ruth Hick cele- A little, applied wthoul rubbinj, will ftntlralt immediately and reit and soothe the nerves. Sloan's Liniment it very effective in allaying external paint, ttraini, bruises, acne, still joint!, tore muscles, lumbago, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges. Keep a big bottle always on hand !?r 'iirn'r uie. Druggist everywhere. 35c, 70c. $1.40. For Constipation Indiic.tioa. Sick Headache, Bilious oen, Moating. Sour Stomach, Gi oa the Siomicb, Bd Breath or other condition ctiucd by closed or irregular bowcli, take brated her Ith anniversary, the 11th. A bounteou dinner wa served. Those present were Felda Grow, Edward and lona Montgomery. ho eR joyed the day to the utmost, and wbb her many happy returns. Montgomery came Mr. Ernest home from Iierea last Monday night. Mr Sam Duncan returned from Fla. latt week on account of the ill He is now at ness of hi relatives. Lexington with his sister, Mrs. Wa Vanderpool, who i quite sick. FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLET? A wholesome tod thoroughly clcsotiaf phytic B. ft. talld aod gentle in aclioe. OPPORTUNITY For Young Men HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF ARMY SCHOOL AT CAMP TAYLOR SOLVES PROBLEM OF POOR. BOY. Mary, Or- - f Ilftlelgli. lmi I Scots nnitiler of Hie l!nnNwwr I". and ii f tin' ArrhhWhop of iStnlertx: the prrlnt m cliarse of lien-)- . In lStl, the library emlilieit lit- - ItrttanHlc Male it gift fnm William IV. t M foil.., in .Mih of N9NCT QACK Milch wa IhhimI ii clip Malta:: Hut 1ltu; t(osr)f v4 1 Hie volume l to Ih "piTlwttully .r, twit I lh rralnsrsi Illrt.r) f rntuyiviii rel In ike Then- - Imlmlr four t.rt4 Tetirt. Kiiuh. Itck, tit I'nlvemlly tMl Mkvf tfar4it faiVM times of the IWmrday tMiit. rutj. Muni' ef Mti lirtlvl fcw" Ywfwl logue uf IHNtlUMTlMl III I In llrlii'li !4r9 nT Mnf Smth Cmimmt. Tf f If mt fik .f llw pnciilinE muH'Um, otleiHtr In chancer) ami .ltTllH; In thi- - tviuu STORMES DRUG STORE. nf Jueii inizolMiti mime of t'.t realm wider tarhHi kliis, M koi ot of tlw hlMoftr rtmrtei MAKKSHUKY of Kiichtnd Kduanl Kwrrit In IVUl wvenle-- I Mr. and Mrs. toward Suttwn anl ti the imlwrlt) twelir tetlHMt-kttMran H T are an tke ck M. folio of Ijtin utMt f.rrrk nnttmrs Mr Center and family wka have ot whl'li iilarifc T! rtnser Sllrtiaux. the fHiiHiu rrett-- been affketed with Uu have rreaveretl. Heillt, save Hie ollesr a !nc- - I "hi Mrs. JamM kit ai--r illctlonary with trHHUtion tn wtth Mr. Hunter Itay at ML t'r.tirli and ltlH Tin Kt(t. made l Hebron. ly.'l, the unii'rui-l- i of il.- - por Mrs. J. 11. SuttHs nfent Saturday held down it tior on u 'ieet of ter. Mr. Ue Montiromery the four corner of tlir wufrt of n with her lliklde of tkt of Uournr. IN'tlml, nttailietl to coter Mr. and I.uthrr Hurdettr and famMohammcdaa's ClIU ily w,ba have been deun with flu have A Mohaiatuedaii tlmrfolrnii, hoe l, ;ae in recoered. im me lias not brvti Itrv. SkaL'K ba accepted the call the oollcse ;iu "lllinulujlril I'erslnu ken of In u extended to him by the church for all nuniiMTli't." whlrh la pl'lr. time prrichinir. intalok'tle of ciri to I he .t in CCU. Till iiuntiM-riMr. William llUnks who has been lrunlaleI rert titly by a tVrslan m'I4. in all winter with flu is able sr. mill It primal to It? the lilior, Routed to be out at;ain. In 1T.'C, of Tlinour. tlx- Mis Sallie Iau Myers has returned of IVriu , C'lalck." pUlillolieil Ii) xirur ( to her home in Ijincaiter after a sevf eral days vuit with the Misses lite moil famou of lli ie.MIlier will m the Itltli ami Tilt iiiiituouMly jierfect ct.mllt on 11ml Mr. and Mrs. Willie Simpwm ot Nmnil. riiliMllllle tlllother feature ot I lie Man; of ilic bir hi Lancaster were the quests Sunday of .brnr the mnrrlii" note made by reier u her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. irb'k letter t rlear 11ml jwrfet't k BUnks. the t)H In uhiili ilit- are prlniv-Frank Sears sold hu little home There lire tnnlihle e4inile- - of tw containing 2 acres for $2700 to Karn-es- t IJlNtgrMplier' urt nriil Iniliele a o'l' (Joney. Mr. Cosney will not pet f riutnnh' Ute. nlilllitl In l'arl In 1CM. wlikh i IU l.j ItV, lo.l.s rKiMcuion until next year. lliUrk, and welli Mr. Charles Harp and family of and four l:rli imiiiiiiI.: u latcu Imne of Orollit, iledccvllle, Mr Hen Harp and fammade In Aliiten!nt . n Ihrw-u.luuily of I'trryv.lie have been visiting edition of CM Ills, made In l'arl. 11 Mr anil .Mrs. Oeortre Shears. iwiMolume edition of I'luiilum ptitileil f t U'lllr, ami rwniy unullfr wlnuie e In leatlier liiiiclliit brlslitetieil hy n ECZEMA 1 -- -- fac-lmll- lx-.- tr h Turr fet We4-nesila- y lnr M-- HUCKEYE Mrv Mike Kay who has been i is better Mr. ami Mrs. Morfonl was in Nh olas1lle Monday. Mr and Mrs. Mitchell of tlurnii.lr Ky is endinc a few days with M' Hiram Hay. Mr and Mrs-- Will Whittaker were ruesU of Mr. and Mrs. It W. San decs Sunday. Mr. aad Mrs. Robert Carter an.: daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. A Miles and Mr .ami Mrs. Hubert Car ln-rVit- iil ron-que- 1 trr Sunday. Mrv - L Morfonl. Miases Sallie Kthyl Kay, Christine Morfonl and Kobert Long Jr. spent Monday in Lexington and Nicholas S. X. Uu Teater, viUe. What ' Clcannaier li Tbibm Ha, hav refuteil to work unir a man Is tn reail tn them. The work, they say, Is too uimiotonous. Ntitr lU-u- r.illon I In yol.L 11 1 The library lie o Hiiiiide- CmUnic TshWu ! ma OMtlpttloa tka .lU. I Hiud.t;MdIU.Gj ml McRobrtt Drue Slor. MT. HEBRON "1 M rotey irWr nM bmm IrWd llrt -a Knvlltli olltlon of Vovniii puMMiril Ui liiVi: toir of COY Miss Mattle It. Cobb It on the tick list. LOUISVILLE, Ky.. With the opMessrs Dillnrd Ilruinfield and liar-rIo- n ening of. the High School Department Dean were in N'Irholatville, of the Army School at Camp Zach-ar- y unit UN', at. I n edlifi'ii of Kntdiiu' Tauilli.it t'oliHUle, wlilili gllc erlileuiv ot niuiii 114-- , mill uliicli retttlls tin fact ilfiimmcttl liy Hie ilixtoo that It ot Hie SottMiniie in, "an erroiimt, rrliiHln.In ItllploUK llUldleutioU,"" -- pnlllhe 1 WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE GENUINE f Saturday. Margaret, the baby of Mr. and with the sick. Mr. John Jackson is very low with Miss Kthcl Clouse was at home, pneumonia. Saturday night and Sunday. The new cases of flu are Mr. and Mr. Kmmi Grow and little baby Mr. Hubert Stone, the others are are still sick at this writing. Improving. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Sanders and litvMr. E. C. Montgomery of Lock 8, n tle dsughte visited relatives Sunday. attended the sale of Mr. Jake Messers Hobert Carter ond Coleluit week. mon Locker were in Lancatter, MonMr. Tom Nosris of Uryantiville, day. pent lait week with t.er sitter, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cotton was the Chat. Duncan who ha flu. week end guest of her parents In Mr. Laundrum Ilurdett ipent lait Madison. week with Mr. Ernett Montgomery Mr. Amanda Cloute was with her and family, nursing the tick. daughter, Mr. Colemon Locker, one Miu Lavina Montgomery returnnight recently. ed Friday from Uerea where the ha Huth Montgomery Mr. nnd Mr. Green Harrison and been nursing Mi children visited her porents, Mr. and who continue quite, ill. Mrs. J. O. Harden. Mr. Homer Sherrow of Iloone Mits l'carl Mathews was tho at- Creek, was brought to till place for tractive visitor of the Ml we Harden burial Thunday afternoon, death from flu and pneumonia. for the week end. Messrs. Dlllard Hrumfield, H. U Mi 'Maudle Mae Cloute ha been spending n few days with her sister, Thompson and Harriton Dean and Misses Lorene Urumfield and Vllma Mrs. Colemon Locker. Mr. and Mrs. William Mathews Thompson were in Lexington Wedand daughter spent lat Thursdsy nesday. Rev. D. F. Scbastain fulfilled his with Mr. and Mr. James Mathews. Mr. and Mrs. Everet Anderson and appointment here, Sunday morning two little sons have returned home but owing to the cold weather and after a pleatant vilt to her parents. to much sickness, there were no ser Mr. Jossie Mathews it numbered Hob-inio- rending proliiliitttl. Taylor, near thii city, officers PuDlltlicd Oullttln. in charge of the work declare that 'I'niliHvh jIiki Coilfce lv:eiilly pnf prothey have solved the age-ol- d liklll! U llllllellll . Ill I'll llHllHllI U Ut'lH blem which faced tho poor boy, bene of llie ruiu unil MlllDllile wluim--II- I for a higher education, who Tiveuly.four kisc ot Its lllirnr) finds himtelf unable .to go further the bulletin arv tilled Willi 1I1U than the Eighth Grade on account The iMMik catabcueil loul 1 Somv ot Hie lxim In the o.l- of financial conditions. tbe t:uine of He' High School," lege lllinirj- liu "Instead of going to In tin etiiMlliuienl they say, "the youth can enlist in the men who of till. I bo tlrst ttillei; of ItK grade iu Vulcan and Oliver Plows I WE ALSO HAVE THE OLIVER RIDING PLOWS. DON'T FORGET THAT WE HAVE THE FAMOUS l't. e. - g helil army for a period of three or four years. During this time, he can, if he takes advantage of the school, prepare himtelf to enter any college in the country. At the same time he will be able to save enough from his wages as a soldier to pay his expenses while In college. With all hit clothes, food and other necessities furnished there is no reason why a soldier should not save at least $20 a month If he wishes to do so. Every young in in who is ambitious nnd dtslrcs an education should look into thi army proposition before going further" The famou First Division, stationed at the local camp, has styled itself "Kentucky' Own." ami thous-amof Kentucky boys have4 already Joined its ranks. More are coining every day, and most of them are voluntarily taking up work in the school Of course, it is all voluntary. No one is compelled to attend. is Wfkt of tbe Allevliellle. Tliiv tilttues urltlm on tbe Hy lecve of the luMk lliey save to tin- - L'nlverlty, liuliiile to liiOM- - ot Job Todd, U'll TihIiI, JoIiii llmdfi rC Hetir' fay. Hucktur Tliruv (!) lou. Ileajjuun (irulz, Cliurle H. Jumc (lutrvril, KUIurd .M. Jului 11 .Mun-lie-.nl, I ' Kin, Tluiinn A. ilurlmll, Nutlianlel Ii Hurt, Humphrey Miirball, Hubert Wjrcllffn mid JiJin (. moat of wliiiin l.lpci tn mike the hi tory of the niininoinwnltli to ulikli! lity tliu iurly gute I lie li.toks for Its' I Weber Wagons I A CAR LOAD NOW IN STOCK. AMERICAN WIRE FENCE. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. AL-S- O I lint ediuiulouul liiiliuilin. TRANSYLVANIA CAMPUS COVERS TEN ACRES. The Campus of Tniii)luiilu College at Ia'XIiikIoii enters leu acres Of land In the bcurt of the city. Tho follrg)' la Just across the street from tho Car negie Library and students, therefore, arv close to that Institution, as weil as having the advautagp of the rare old library of Transylvania, which has attracted the attention ot scholars tb OTuatry over. . Becker & Ballard RYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tha Central Record, Lancaster, AID MARKETING Ky. Thursday, Men 18, 1920 Cracks at Creation. . i power 1. ilcvir often takes delivery. vmi ill uou-give- 5 I t t FARM PRODUCTS Extension Have of Activities Which Dodge Brothers BUSINESS CAR 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. ... il.. ui uie possession after CARDS. M. S. Demonstrated their Value Is Favored. DEPENDS ON FARMERS The fellow who "hlU the pace" in time generally finds the pace hit ting him. HATFIELD MUCH The high ipoU of life appear high DENTIST only to thoee who are unable to atOffice over The Garrard Bank. tain them. f Phones Office 5. Residence 376. Energy U a gift of the cods, nml LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. possibly that is why lome people nev- er employ It. Promotion el Proptr Storage of Crop en Farm It One of Point, Cm. phaslied In Annual Report of Secretary Houston, No man has a mortgage on the gooil things of life. Some, however, J.J.Byrne Exclusive! just take them. The greatest asset of some women to weep and peek through their flngcrr to note the effect. I private iir guieniinriital npiriry if imlliinnl rnnsi" l Miienl t direct tin- - ituirketlna of the iintlun' farm prtilitrtn would probably bretik ilown of It imu weight. In tln opinion f PnvIiI I'. lliiuMnti, secretary if Ili call attention. In hl ri'Hirt, tit l lie diet Hint ininiin- end have rrtmtly luiii Introtn A nn-nu- Optometrist. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. S lo 12 For genuine, downright, ar.iinine Office Hour stupidity, we refer you to the young man who ASKS for a kiss! and t to S it.ra. duced In concrem and llint the prevent lime Is nf large itnd novel inlrkly to miU inaikftlng problems. "In I hi flelil of ill.lrll.ulh.il. u "HI u In llif Until iif timriurlrmi." miy the Mftetary, "Hie farmer nf tin of must miiwi Hip twin tie. Jl. erelally fruitful cf inil nature dcslatiH KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. A The pathway of life Is beset with many troubles, but without them it would be n montonotis existence. Hope, J. A. Beazlev DIRECTOR OHlce dies. 'that with tome of us, never Tlieic is always a possibility congresi may some day ndjouin. Over National Hank, 27 Iteiidence Phone 3. Oflice Phone LANCASTER, KY. .of infinite value, J J 1 - am v 'mm , Hope Is a thing of inspiration nnd ami )et without price, and immune from the profi H. PATRICK, tccr. l n w limit fnuumii nuiniiv u iiiwiii Mn his strength of character. The "sis-y- " is gauged by hK pocketbook ulonc. ....... - Dentist. Paint Liok. Kontucky Bmtf fl Jsjejafa, Leese aaBBBaasase aaaBBBBBBKai, UsY! MalUnrrLa. It is noted, however, that the "wise one" who knows how to do every VETERINARIAN. anything. thine very seldem do.o Calli Answered Promptly Day or We hae a few. ' Night. Phone 317. nn never objeeu to The wisi ' KENTUCKY which is free LANCASTER. adverse to criticism from malice, for it is the soureti t from which much (f hli wisdom .comes. i Or. Printus Walker A Oood Type of Potato Storage House. (Oreeley Coehnnt Station, Greeley, Colo.) TVe e"niinent ltnld ble Hhl Id tin-- way of Information and siiircHlloti, errate t condition uimIit which lull ami iINt rtl.ut urn may take ilcr. ami .M'clally w tliat tl"' rliaiilirl of trndi- - are oH'ii and that al.UM-tin not Thrr la no ipiftlili." rontlnilr ,r) thins which "that the can Ircltliiiati-lte done tu ellmliiato ami tu proinutf wnate In mnrW-tln- s ontrly dMrlhutliMi sliould tie diuif. Hut the tlewa of tho liiont experienced atudenta of the inaltrr aeetna to h that we mint approach tht proliletn In simpler trriu, work alone llm-- which hnve clenrly prmrn to ! frnsltdp, and promote existing li'inlciicli' and prac-tlce-a. Iwprwimrnt funiUh all Ths Proper Thing. "If you havo an Itch for writing, Itoliert, get a scratch pad. Itoston Transcript pro-duc- n i'll a Field for Work. furthtM-dwe can tali. fnli ral. ami lndlldual action In staudanllilnc lhr priMluctfon. the handling, and the packing of fann products and In prtunotlng tlm tiso of A "Certainly prcl Roused to Indignant Protest. It had been the custom to give the Many Try, out Few Succeed. twins Jane and John, presents almost After a man ha lenrneil to ilance alike. One day they got Into a quarrel and play gulf tils great trouble In life and John becamo quite angry, exclaiming; "I can't havo anything by my- Is to get a full day's work between self; I can't even havo ray own birth- 10 a. m. and noon. Washington Star, day In peace P Tha Italian Sky. This Oorllla Neeoa a Nurse. Tho sky of Italy la noed for Its A relief from ennui Is offered In a clearness. The blue Is deeper, not berecent notice In the TcrvmaP col- cause the dust there la finer than In umns of the U.ndnii Times. Tho ad- tho northern countries, but because tu A person wanted vertisement the countries of tho north, due to the to look aftrr a baby gorilla; wage 30 greater coolneM of the air, the vapor shillings per week. Apply 'Alys,' IS more rvadlly condense upon tho dust Slosu street, Knljlitsorldjo. partlclea. re-a- Keep Him There. 't iie Kuropean hornet ha been accl-anSwltierland cultUate their hair uVntnlly lntroduce.1 Into the United especially fur sale, twice n year, to State and has establlsheil Itself near .vt.,e York city. hair dealer. d Crow Hair for Sale. feasant women of Italy, Dalmatla "Don't ever think I would starve; can cook myself," proudly declaimPosed n local benedict yesterday. sibly, wc fear he would be n tough one to digest. I Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. M. N. L. PREWITT John McRoberts. Strange, Isn't it, how quickly you can detect when n young man ti in love? Take, for instance, the alarming symptoms noted in the case Get Intimate With Happiness. Don't wait on bnppineHS, but go out of but that would be telling. to tueot him, and lake him by the It requires but little effort to re- bund, and lead him in where all the njovc, a banana peeling from the folks can tvll bliq "howdy." side walk, but it sometimes requires History You May Not Know. 'considerable effort to pay the doc Ono earnest pupil In a coalfield tor bill after a fall. Take the hint! school near Klttannlng wrote an essay oil Thanksglvlug: "The Pilgrims sailed The man who rocs out with a firm to Capo God," she said, "and the first determination to seek and conquer winter they went to pick maytlowers fortune generally finds that it was In Plymouth In order to show Geo, 3 with him from the start, for fortune that nujoue could worship Uud tn their deserts no man who dosn't desert own way." himself. Auctioneer SATlSFACTIOff GUARANTEED. R. F. D. No. 3 Lancaster, Ky., white & co. LOUISvfLLI, KV. Likeral aasertmeat aad full value far mn mm .FURS eeetealaa Hides aad they will deelop eeu more ruplilly In the future. 'Ihniugli iiewa urtlcliK. and lectures the department of iigrlcullun has endeuv-oreIn stimulate Iheoo efforts. Ilm department U retieatliig funds In make this extension xM.lble and will take the nevary action promptly If the appropriations ar made," bill-lell- annually approximately JI(l.0ii,O(K) worth of commo'lllle. They are of rery dlteme form and alxea. Tor Ihu most part, where they iiao been SIUTtiiful they bni cntenil their acthltles on some, one product, or on related product. In n glen nren. The IndlcatloiK are Unit with tlm continued siiccea of tliene eliterprix'H and with the proper eiluciitlonat effort und on farjiik. III tniut.lt and ut market reuterw. We rail continue tu furnUh aUiance In tlu prrjiarHtloii and Inand stallation of accounting more intensively and accurately gaili rr and fumloh to the fanner of thenation all pertinent statistical Inforphule illation. I need scarcely of liinklni lhr paramount facta n nvHlUt.lf dally to pro.lucer tu market price, auppllest, and rvlc- - of Tlie market the detmrtineut of agriculture hut alrvady clearly pnned their value. Ttie deiartiiniit now conducts and an Insitloii M'rvlit! on fruit's and vegetable covering 101 mnrki'K Help Co operative Associations. "Particularly must tin federal and Into ngfnclea omit nothing tu pro assucla-tlon- s mote furmem' oMipemtlve along rlpht llnea. Already, within a generation, many such lxile l und rapidly eximluled. have It la estimated tluit lln'i now market statidanl container and proper Mtr-ag- o jia" lin-rtl- d. nes npM-nrei- ybu Make it HK chief consideration a cozy, artistic home Is the way you paint It-- Let In tho creation of and decorate 3s Ask For These Free . Paint Books Mtaeae aad Hew te Patot Them" Cooteona many beautiful iUuatiatioM of attractively paiated homes, show floor plana, gives opacifications and telle how lo select tha right colors. "The Modern Matted el Deceeatlat," This beautifully Wustrated. book And still, Major Dalrymple need rebellions not fear n job. Rum could be worked up beautifully in The undersigned heresy give warn-ti- g the movies, nnd star actors with a to ill persons not to trespass upon reputation could command almost ur lands for any purpose whatever any price. is we will prosecute all offenders te the fullest extent of the lew. HuntSome men arc always complaining ers and fishermen especially take that luck is against them. It i notice. and Is brought about through their Sirs. Cora Phillips, It. L. Elkia, own indecision, vacillation, and In Sirs. Emma Daniels, ability to cope with the ordinary ob R. L. Arnold. stacles of hfe. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley. .Mrs. Emma Hlgginbotham, Preliminary plans have been mnde Edd nnd N. B. Price. e' . passenger S. C. RifcTsby. for n transcontinental airship line, operating from coast D. M. Anderson. to coast. The next step in the pro R. L. Darker ceedings, presumbly, will be the B. L. Kelley. i announcement of the customnry J. C. Illeiby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, strike. Thompson and Tracy We, of course, can see the faults of our neighbors quite clearly; and What Doctors Laugh At. they, purchance, can see ours quite In tho last CO years the science of as clearly. It would seem, there fore, the part of wisdom to analyze mw'lclne has advnnccd more than In our own dispositions before attempt the previous W renturle. Hut the average man still thinks ho knows an ing to pass Judgement upon those Infallible cure for a cough. Journal of others. of the American Medical Association. POSTED your home reflect your own taste by tho choice of correct and harmonious color effects. But whatever your needs, be sure to specify Paints that t hate proven their worth, because yeu paint te protect as well as to beautify. IIsQlESB Hare stood the test of time for more than tfty years and will give yo.u longest service at lowest cost. No matter She eurfece (here le a fee Cm fmlmt Wmr$ Turp, h number el.theaB yew eaa silly aa4 cvaeajaiceMy NEED FOR MORE DAIRY COWS Animals Afford Market for Crops and In rwturn Product Foods for . f'armtr'i Family. fives the latest and best Ideas on tha decofatioa el irjarior walla aaid ceiling, k shows number oi loo ma deatajaeU b leadta artists, living esact saeciHcatioea for ok. taintng harmonious col ex effect with I'ea C FLATKOATT. rWableg WoadK you Utand to build or re&aiali your home, thla iUuatratwi bookUt wtH be of treat beta to you. It cotilaina 20 color pktea oi toUhed wood Maaei, ead eairaa practical advice bow te tab cere ei yoer Seete e4 woodwork. resales CeallirtCe, lea, Hazelwood Sanatorium tht For Treatment cf H Southern Optical Co. ! Incorporated Manufacturers of Pert'ect-Flttlnp- , f SPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES . Tee Madera Meebtd) el family. Tu do thl tlm row will need feed, such as grain, hay, stover, and slluge which may bo producVd. Hence tho cow will arfonl a market fur the crops and In return produce, foods fur the family and iimlrllmto n vukiuhltf manure, which If proerly umhI, will enrich tlie sull fur tartar tropa aud bettwr yryflls. dairy cow a are needed on many farms tu produce food fur the Mure) um yeuneU. McRoberts Drug Store. Tub.TCuJoiii Mjln.aln 4 by the LouiirilLr Aiioi.:.ton for the cJexjuate ti.nn.tU cf ti br -- a culoiit la aU lu .. IUuj Cl5.r) per weeJt, bcird, rardlc-- l attention, tiunJrir. tc lll.h erdund com manjlng extern a view. Delist- - pj fut surroundlnTi, SwlUuiei for H ttvi ill.it I Kryytek. Invisible Artifeitl E7s Bifocal Leas 11 Laacaster, Kestacky. lewiaviu v. tijlii,nt C.i lire U. .!- r II tesnav, if, i. rvriM M'rw 4th A Chestnut Sta, L0UI8VILLI, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 18 1920. aFiBi WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ! Vulcan Plows AND REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF CUTTING HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS, CULTIVATORS. Conn Brothers. ILdl .1 "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." 11 LJI whole business, E)&y The Central Record Itsutd Weekly. 91.50 Payable ia Adsaaca. rations upon Europe and make foredoomed failure of the Year. "The concert of Europe has still contain not only the great Powers of Europe, but nearly all the smaller and neutral Member Kentucky Press Association Powers of the world, would and have n great moral force and Eighth District Publishers League. might prevent wars for years Uscuter. Ky., March 18. 1920 R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. upon several occasions prevent cd great wars and the League Entered at the Post Office in Lan- of Nations, even if we were out s Mail caster, Ky., as of it, which", however, would Matter. Second-Clas- J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. know what it signifies. It was the day on which Christ arose from the dead and ascended into heaven. Let us of this town make the day on which we nil nrlso to the occasion and go to church. The church is the great step ping stone on the road to henv en, aim i nnst lias uinzca n clear trail to its door. If Christ could give his life for mankind, surely manklm can give Easter Sunday in com memoration of his sacrifice. What a day it would be if every person in this town every man, woman and child would go to church on Kastor Sunday! Probably such an event has never been recorded In this country since the days of the Pilgrim Fathers. Hut the impossible is ahvay possible in America. It Is possible in this town. Shnll we make a clean sweep on Easter Sunday by ALL going to church 7 The editor was expected to write a learned and rhetori cal editorial on the glories of Easter Sunday. Instead we are making an humble but practical suggestion to the-pe- o pie of this community. And we are ready to take our own plnce in the ranks of what would be the grentest procession ever known in American history the spec taclc of an entire community marching to church in honor of that good man who gave his life for them. Will YOU go? THE LANCASTER HIGH SCHOOL Visits the Capitol. B0 On Tuesday morning, about high school pupils, acciHtipnnlcd by their teachers nnd several friends, visited Frankfort, the first visit for mnny of the party to the rapitol. On the way over the trip wns without incident, except for n few stories and songs. The Penitentiary was the tint place visited. .Mr. Jesse Arnold took spec Inl pains in pointing out things of in- OBELISK THE BLUB RIBBON FLOUR Try a Sack Today. We Deliver in Town. Wheat Flour is Still the Cheapest Food. WHAT OF TOMORROW? Would End Concert. "If, however, we emasculatToday American products ed it by reservations, which un exorbitant in price, are in great doubtedly would be accepted demand in Europe. This is so .... by Europe wih the hope of our because Europe, devastated by financing them, there would war, can not make these artic not only be left no concert of les themselves fast enough to Europe with teeth in it, but no supply the immediate demand Amphyctionic Council of the But in time Europe will be civilized world, the thing we making sufficient for home con FOR CONGRESS. have hoped for through the sumption nnd will hnvc an ad We are authorized to announce league. Rather than adopt the ditional output for export. RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, In America wages are abnor a candidate for the Democratic nomi- Lodge reservations, it would be nation for Congress in this, the better to wait mally high, as arc also the raw Eighth Congressional District of "Some day the American materials. The cost of manu Kentucky. State Primary Election, people will knock at the doors facture is therefore "in the Saturday, August 7, 1020. of the council in Europe and sky." FOR CONGRESS. ask to be admitted. It is a per In Europe labor Is much We are authorized to announce fect shame that we cannot en- - cheaper and articles can be COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson tor n8 chnrtcr member md marketed at a cost below that - lL- - Ham.. .II.t.ft for which we can produce would have dominnt them. this, the Eighth Congressional In time, when Europe has re trict of Kentucky. Stato Primary cd it: but it is better to fail to Election, Saturday, August 7, 1020. ' enter and fail to dominate than covered, America will be re it is to destroy. quired to compete with thece Senator John Sharp WilReservations Spell Doom. countries for world trade liams expresses our views as to "The Lodge reservations America with its high cost of what should be done by the spell simply destruction tooth manufacture against Europe Senate with the Lodge reserva- drawing and emasculation with its low cost. tions to the League of Nations. There will be nothing left but That is the condition which He says: 'a rope of sand' which wo could the present insane price infla "You ask me what I think of not even pick up from the tion will bring about. accepting the League of Na- ground. If wc arc not willing The misfortune of others has tions with the Lodge reserva- to bear our share of the bur made us fortunato today has tions? . dens of a common civilization enriched us beyond the dreams "My reply Is that nothing in the interest of peace and the of avarice. more foolish or moro criminal name of the Price of Peace, let Hut tomorrow it may be the could be done than to adopt a ua just simply say so (and thu reverse. League of Nations with reser- Lodge reservations do say so), It is worth our serious i vations such that the instru- and stay out of it nnd leave the sidcration, when we hear peoment would be emasculated balance of the world tq. keep ple talk of prices going eve and foredoomed to failure. the pence of the world under a still higher. The worst thing that could hap higher order of civilization Even a Shylock meets his pen to the world and for ideal than we seem yet to have Waterloo sooner or later. 'sm everywhere and for that reached, at leust, as represent higher order of altruism that ed by the United States Senate. WE HAVE BOTH. ought to be demonstrated by A young man stood on "Remember that if A League high statesmanship would be oi nations railed you never street corner, Idling away a the object lesson of an unsuc could make the average man few moments of time. cessful League of Nations. Across the way, on another understand that It was not THE Amendments Mean Failure. League of Nations which fail- corner, stood another young "It is. Infinitely better to let ed. He and all the lovers of man, similarly occupied. Great Brit Ian and France nnd peace in the world would beA lady camX. down the street, Italy and Japan and Holland come disgusted at any pos- neatly and tastefully dressed. and Denmark and the other na sible proposition of another She passed on. tlons, including the Argentine league in the future nnd would 'There goes one of the and several other South Ameri- simply say: sweetest women In town, recan countries, who have un " 'Oh! wo have tried that marked the first young man to qualifiedly accepted the and It failed.' ' friend. League or .Nations as it was "Say, sport, that Jonc's got Senator Stanley Is correct In drawn and agreed to by the as- his stand with President Wil some figure," said the second sembled wisdom of the world, son. Let us have a real League one to his friend. try to put it into operation as it of Nations or no League at all. But it is all a matter of was agreed upon by Great Britbreeding nnd taste. ain and France and Italy and CHRIST, EASTER, AND US. We have them both in this Japan than to force our rcser- - Easter Sunday I Wo all town. ' .- Rate, For Political Announcements. For Precinct and City Officcs.$5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line t .10 For Cards, per line -- . For all publications in the inter-e- st of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line . .OS Obituaries, per line to come. terest to all. After seeing the "Pen" severnl of the boys said that it would "pay to bp good." From the Penitentiary, they went to the Capitol where Mr. George A. Lewis, n former custodian of the took xpecial delight in pointing out and explaining every thing of interest about this beautiful building. In the State Reception Room, Governor Morrow greeted the school and urged the young men nnd women to prepare themselves to take up the duties of citizenship. The Cnrrnr.l county Representative. Mr. Miuk Morgan also spoke briefly. The Court of Appeals wns In sen sion when the party visited the Court Room. On n second visit to this room Mr. Lewis pointed out much thnt was Interesting. The visits to tho Houe ami Senate were as inter esting as could be. Much that was of particular Int rest was seen in the rooms of the Stale Historical Society. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, George Colvin, gave the school a royal welcome to the Department of Kducntion, nnd introduced Senator An tie. pilot ell good school legislation in the Senate. From the Capitol, tho school visit ed the Executive Minion and then reported to the depot for the five o'clock train. There was n bit of lisappointment because the down pour of rntn prevented n visit te the Old State House and the cemetery. On the whole, and in spite sf the rain, the trip was un enjoyable one. Hut the real fun began when a bride and groom boarded the train at -cap-ito), Feed of All Kinds. CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, RED TOR SEED, KY. BLUE GRASS, ORCHARD GRASS. Sweet Dairy and Horse and Mule Feed. Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Brick. Genuine Kanawha Salt. VOTE FOR THE BOND ISSUE. WE NEED BETTER ROADS. Notice. Owing to being called to Louisville to attend an important mevtirnr of the Kentucky Optical Society, I will be unable to make my regular vteit to Ijincnster. en CeUHty Cmirt Day, but I rut tend will be in Ijmeaitrr at the Kengarlan Hotel on the following Monday. March 29th. A A 1" T Scott, D. S. J. J ilyrn. Optometrist. Cotton Seed Menl far sale. Hudson. Hughes and Parnau. Joseph, Hughes, Mr W. S. Carrier. Mrs. W. S. Carrier, Mr. W. R. ilnstin, Mrs. Hallle Dunlin J. R. Hnscltlon. II. K. Hudson. Mr. William Elliott. W. A. Farnau; II V Ilaitln, J. I. Hamilton, I. W. V. W. A. G. Davidson. S. Hmbry, A. l.esr, M. Please Join the $5. Club have appealed te Garrard County folks to join Uie 15.00 Club for Armenian and Syrian relief and below you will see the few that have responded, the rest who are able te give and not doing so are allowing the poor women and children of Armenia and Syria to perish in their fight for life. 1 appeal once more to eld Garrard men and women to come today and Join the $5.00 Club in this cause for humanity. I Henry Moore, Lear, " The following made up the party : Alice Sutton, Stella Mae Grow, Mary llrown, Klisha Carrier, Francis El liott, Nell Noland, Stellu Henry, Homer Rice, Josephine Durrtiide, S. O. Cochran, Eugene Cochran, Clyde Holticlnw, Karl tfwope, Carl Perkins, Ruby GasUneau, Mayme Stapp, Paul Stnpp, Maude Clark, Vela Vaughan, Virginia lleazley, Marthn Ward Sweeney, Lucille Sutton, Emily j Ilourne, Clyde Hughes, Delia Ricc Hughes, Jane Hasclden. J. R. Ilnse!-- ! den, Helen Gulley, Annn Fnye King. Judith James Daniel, Walker Robin-- j ion. Samuel Elliott, Cecil Henry, l.uln Anderson, Lavcrno Hicks, Ijvcrnei Dickcrson, Mosaic Criicillis, Elizabeth Hngan, Elsie Meadors, Sara Illaml, I Marrs Swinebroad, Anna Ilritton Moss, Genie Moss, Addle Criicillis, Miss Lutz, Mr. und Mrs. II. V. Dastin, j Mia Sexton, Miss Robinson and Mr. I I and Mrs. Hopkins. I S. Price. Mrs. J. II. KinnaW. H. Clay Sutton, Mrs. T. J. Price. John Tnbble, W. T. King. A. D. Joseph. Chm MtmW. Rev. Rev. Rev. J. S. S. C. of $5.00 Club PalmrUr, Hudson, Strether. Haselden, Denny, I For Sale ou : Exchange for Cattle Duncan, Jennie Duacan, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, Arch Walker. Mrs. Arch Walker, M. J. Two Teams SintltCoab Brows Mulct Ergs i S Utkra Masonic Lodge, K. II. ERLE C. FARRA Box 173. LANCASTER, KY W. 11, Mnrksbury, Burton. JffMCffeSTM ANNOUNCING THE APPOINTMENT OK HASELDEN BROTHERS. TO REPRESENT A FAMOUS MANUFACTURER INTRODUCING . or. rmotLUtn uKOTHERS. I1 -- NEW PRODUCTS Bnriicv .1-CI-- become for this community. Our being selected for tins nxsormtion makes us solcdiatributors in this territory for tko new Winchester products, Wc believe you will find the new Winchester Tools, Cuttcry, Fishing TackW, "The Winchester Sinn" iliublighu, lad WiNum: '' , Ti..rr.. i mint us the famous WlNCJiarou ISUnV ami Ammunition, which wo hto sell. Wo uns making u spedd exhibition this weri:, of dl those iww and JatenwU UJ,MINCIIHiTniigdBtb: . !i Louie in and twrthom. Th.. tSl..f VJ " .... our store a tint :V.ercstr men, women r I und chiidrta. J a WI -- V I Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday, Mch 18, 1920 7 APPAREL 1 DESIRABLE NEWEST SUITS CREATIONS THAT YOU IN ADORE LADIES TOP WEARING A n. WILL COATS THAT ARE Price $35.00 to $89.75 Price $20.00 to $69.75 - SPRING BLOUSES OF EXTRAORDINARY VALUE. SPRING FOOTWEAR BEAUTIFUL ARTISTIC AND HARMONIOUS PUMPS OK OXFORDS Price See Our Carpet Department. $3.50 to $35.00 Price $5.00 to $15.00 V The One Price Store. I THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE POST-OFFIC- COMPANY. "WOMANLESS TO OUR PATRON- SBUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. Mailable Ranges, $95.00; Good Sleel Range $55.00; g Oliver Riding Plow. $63.00; Walking Plows $17.50; Oliver Cut-tin- WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD E Mr. Perry Tugglc of Danville spent The many friends of Miss Julia Sunday in Zanonc will regret to learn of her with friends. Illness at her home on Crab Orchard Mr. ii nd Mrs. J. K. Robinson arc street, and wish for her a rapid respending several days in Louisville covery. Mrs. Jack Cane) is in I'nris and Danville visiting friends and relatives. Dan-vlll- WEDDING" To Be Given Over For the Benefit of the Armenian and Syrian Relief. A. Ilenzley of this city, nnd also has a host of warm friends in Ijincnstcr who rejoice with her in her good for- tune. VOTE FOR THE HONDS. at Houttonville week end of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hays and Mrs. Vnughnn of Hill Court. V.'. O. Hoodloe and Misa Gladys Fris-bl- e The Deal House. Miss Maggie Grimes lias returned nre in Danville today. to her sisters, Mrs. Spoonamore, at Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hibbnrd .und Lancaster, after a weeks visit to her Mr Arch and fi.mll baby wore guests of her parer.tx', Mr. cousin, in Lexington and two weeks will move this week to the Stone and Mrs. II. F. Oaks. Sunday. visit with her aunt in Little Hickman. residence on Crab Orchard road. Mis Ophelia Lackey, of Stanford, Mr. Doc Lee and family who have Mrs. Ilella A meld Francis, Mr. anil in the guest of her neice, Mrs. E. been living at McKinney, have re'Mrs, George Robinson," Misses Fannie I'rcscott Urown and Mr. Hrown. turned to Garrard and are now living Uettie West have been recent i and Mcsdames R. E. McUobcrt. It. T. st the beautiful place that was t'r Cofnlnei ami A BrUI MtrtUn el 0 visitors in Danville. I'eddicord and F, S. Hughes and Mr. home of the late Mr. Curt Robinson In. W Aft kttrtiUd Gvinjt by ThM on the Lexington pike. Mrs. Hrown of Stanford has been John McRoberts were in Lexington, the guest of her son. Mr. Kutscll Tuesday. Mr. It. T. West of Central City, Ky, Mrs. Ben Hughes has returned Hrown and Mrs, Hrown nt Rryants- wns here Sunday, the guest of his Misses Marie and Hnzcl Walker of i vllle. from a visit to Stanford. McCreary were guests ef Miss Elsie parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West. the "Womnnless Iluninni holds n good position nt CenMr. Gayle Doty spent the week-enMrs. Myrtle Spoonnmorc has re Ilrowu to attend tral City nnd is making good. Anin Stanford with Mr. Fleece Robinson. reived a letter from her sister, Mrs. Wedding". other one of our townsmen, Mr. HomKmma Tudcr of Shelby City saying Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. Elkln nre in At er Tinslcy, is also located at Central Mrs. Robert. Hinnaird has returned that she hail recovered from her lanta Ga for a visit to their son, Dr. from a visit to relatives in LexingCity, arid is making good. Illness. Dan Collier Elkin, and Dr. nnd Mrs. ton. of Mr. The attractive home-to-b- e Swlnebrond, f Centre W. S, Elkln. Mr. (!iHir Mrs. Maude Regie of Munch, lml. , Henley Hastin, which Is under way of College, spent the week end with his Mrs. Jack Casey entertained very construction is rapidly Hearing combas been spending n few day In Lanimrents, Mr. and Mrs. (I. II. Swine-broa- delightfully n. a dialing dish party pletion. It has many pleasant featurcaster. part in tho "Woman-1- in honor of her house guest, "Private and took es and is designed to provide comWedding." Mti Helen (7111 has returned from J. R. Cross. fort and convenience. The house is a visit in Lexington, Paris ond especially fortunate in its site, which Mr. and Mrs'.' James Kidd nre reMr. John Fnrra and Judge Charles ceiving congratulations over the ar- A. Hardin und Misses Helen Gill and is elevated, has splendid old trees nnd i Lexington, is the rival f u baby dirt. Hern March Shelby Mason are visiting in Louis gives n fine view of the open country, Mrs,'Woolfolk, ef r, it having been an extension of the christened, ville this week. Mrs. Ulh, and has I en fittest of Iter garden of the Kracious old estate tYMtam Lear. VMettc Marie. Moswlantcs R. I'. Long, R. - Griggs, known as the Mrs. I'attie Gill place. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cook, of Dan-vlltMl Mattle Attains, whtf is teach- Miss Francis Long, and Mr. and Mrs. A number of relatives nnd friends spent the week end with Mrs. ing in a HuoiitoM College In Letting Hayden I.TAVoII 'were In Lexington. joined Mrs. Ross Hnstin at her home. W. 15. Mason. ten, spent the week imI here with her Monday shopping. Friday at tin elegant dinner in the parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Jask Adams, im Mr. Clay KaulTmnn Is nt home from Mrs. C. W. Anderson und Miss Lutn celebration of her father, Mr. William Richmond street. Covington and Frankfurt and will lluwman Anderson have returned Lear, 08th birthday. The home was Miss Van Grecfilcaf, Matter Clay from a weeks visit to Mrs. Florence doeornted in pink nnd white carnatvnd tho week lie re, Shackelford and little Miss Mary Grant in Lexington. tions nnd the menus were nlso iti Mrs. F, II. Marktbury hat return- Shr.ckclford, nf Richmond, spent the e. pink nnd white In so far us was ed visit to Mrs. C C. week end with Mrs. Kmma KautTman Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smathvra A huge white birthday riun Hrown, in Louisville. nnjl sou, Howard, left Wednesday for topped by pink glowing birthday can-i- ll on Danville uvenuv. Dayton, Ohio, to attend the Dclco Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes has gone to os formed the center piece and was Mrs, Alfred Uront and Mr. Robert Stanford where she will" visit her Totnllnion, of Lexington, spent Sun- Light Salesman convention. cut with good wishes for his future daughter, Mrs. J. W. Accy. Mr. W. 0. Rigncy and Mr. Wesley hnppiness nnd many returns of the day with their father, Hon. R. II. ilny. May this tplcndld gentleman many friends of Miss l.onn Tomlinion. nnd Mr. and Mr. Harry Dickersan have returned from Citi The Tomllnson, on Itiehmond street. cinnatl. where Mr. Rlgnoy purchased live to enjoy many more of these han-p- y llright arc glad to know she has reevents, is the wish of his numerous n very handsome funeral car. covered from her recent illne.u. friends. The Woman's Club met Thursday Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hntlleld and Miss Martha 'Uettls, of Lexington, afternoon at their rooms on Lexin. The women of the Club want to exhas been visiting her mother, Mrs. A most interesting pro-- 1 teresting children. Elsie and Ernest. avenue. Danville Sunday, visiting his press their gratitude to Mrs. I'eddiKHcn IlcttU, on Maple avenue. Krm was enjoyed by the twenty-five- ! A. iiatticu. cord nnd they (eel that the entire member who wro nresent. Mrs. J. ' uroutcr. wr. ana .Mrs. Wedding" success of tho "Womnnl Miss Minnie Hrown extends to you I iI I... was lenuer nuisicu uy Mr. mid Mr., ir T Kmlirv nnd f,.m was due to her ctforts and that the a special Invitation to attend her 11. Mlinairo Mrs. Ed Gaines and Mrs. R. T. Pod-- - ily of Lexington, motorod to Lancascompensation of one half of the re-- 1 millinery Opening, Saturday, March dlccrd. ter Sunday and were guests of Mr. celpts she received was earned by 20th. ;und Mrs. W. T. West on Danville hard ami honest work. street. Ti.c Woman's Club. Harrows $50.00; Oliver Smithing Harrows $20.00; Oliver Mrs. W. O. Goodloe ami Misses Cultivators $55.00; John Deere Cultivators $55.00; Buena Vista Helen and Martha Gill were In e Saddle $31.75; Break Harness $28.75. last week. On account of less rent we are trimming our prices and Mr. and Mrs. Moses not our customers. Come in and get your share. 4 ft. wire Private J. R. Cross of Louisville, little daughter, MargaretTanner and Elizabeth, has been the guest of Mrs. Jack Casey fence 0 cents rod, while it lasts. the of were gursta Mrs. R. J. Ray spent the week end at her home in Nicholasville, returning; Monday to be nt the bedside of her father, Mr. J. II. llourne who continues quite ill. Lancaster is to have a circus, n "blg'un" on May 1st. bad; the ARK Yes, the rsnds remedy lies In a vote for the bond issue. J. R. MOUNT & CO. on Maple avenue. Gossip About People vv? d J -- "Ground Hog Winter" expired last There will be a repetition of the Wedding", given Friday, Sunday. Who will dare say he is "Womanless March 20th, at the High School build- not n true prophet. ing. There will be an entire change The early gardner is afflicted with of program and among the guests will a severe backset this spring, but is be a widoweil nunt nnd seven children hoping to roon be about bis custoand their three poodle dogs. President mary duties. and Mrs. Wilson nnd Mrs. I'ankherst in the Some of the performers will honor us with their presence. The family cat is nlso thinking of at- "Womanless Wedding" surely missed tending the wedding. Watch for next their cnlling in life; they should weeks paper and sec who else is going hnvc entered vaudeville. to be there, also the cast of characNotwithstanding the extreme high ters. No reserved seats. General cost of building mntcrinl and labor, admission SO cents and children 3Gc. unprecedented amount of buildRemember the proceeds of this play an is contemplated in Lancaster durgo to the poor starving children of, ing ing the yenn Armenia nnd Syria. Lets show ouri colors nnd attend ns this is given for If one half the acreage of tobneco a worthy cause. I that has been set around tho coun try store stove this winter is set in the ground this year, we will sure jhave n bumper crop. If you have not made up your The fourth Sunday of March Is un mind on the bond jssue, you should annual missionary day in the Baptist take n trip over sonic of our county Sunday Schools of the South. Last turnpikes, you would quickly be conyear this was n memorable day in the vinced of the advisability of voting local Uaplist church, and this year we "Yes" on the question. hope to make it even more memorThe fishing fever gained suprcmncy able. A splendid program has been ar- over his discretion with Joe Kelly ranged in which every child will have Inst week; he went out and caught a part. We nre sure you will enjoy a bucket of minnows, intending to the service, and hope you will come "tr'cm" the next day, but when and receive n part of the joy and in- the next iluy came, there as a so. spiration that always comes to us on the ground ami a thick coating; through those ten-ices-. The recita- - of ice on his minnow bucket. tions ami son its of the children are numerous prospective Among u sure to wind up the loose cords in builders U Mr, J. W. Smith who your spiritual life, and strengthen your faith. Wo nre expecting to j ' planning to build n brick house In have a banner attendance on that day colonial design on his lot on Maple and arc countinir on tho tiresenco of Avenue. This charming type is es- our lull Aundny school enrollment. pecially adapted to suburban towns, Don't forget the date! March the l!8th nnd our town would gain In beuuty C. I). Strethor. wsj re it generally adopted. at 10 o'clock. I SPECIAL PROGRAM Baptist Sunday School. Win-kritc- r. grnnd-duugJue- I- o. h'e from-pleasa- nt p"i-sibl- n .. , The Holgian Government recently hold k ceremony in commemoration of the death of a popular poet who had fallen in the Great Wnr, the News comes from Washington that j King, Queen, nobility and high Emma Hays who recently under-- 1 fleers of state bring in attendance. went it Civil Service examination be - The King and Queen of Helgium in fore the Lancaster Civil Service their tour of America charmed all by Hoard, headed the list, which means their simplicity and kindlincis. It that she will be postmistress at Stan- is an old sayinjc that aristocrats make ford, ns soon u the unwinding of the the democrats. Perhaps the duy has come when royalties make the P will jwrnlt. K"rnn!f nl Miss Hays a niece of Mr. James best democrats of all. Lancaster Friends Congratulate. , rf ht LAST Final cut is made. thcTdoliar. CHANCE Go. Underwear at 25cts on One-Ha- lf Everything Must SHOES SACRIFICED. $ 'I' Jewelry Price. Sanders Variety Store Mrs. Ira J. Holtzclaw, has return- TnHpn-Mnnfi- nv. ed from Danville from u visit to the family of her father Mr. A. J. Thomp-- : Miss Jennie Morrow Totten and w4 son, some members of the household Mr, Ri M, Montjoy were married at iV ' M having been ill of flu but now are re JIU Sterling the third of March. Y V, covered. Miss Totten is a former Lancaster woman and is remembered as being I Mr. James Stipes, of Garrard coun- (!) bright and handsome and of ninny iy. anti puss rannie .nuiinews canter lovable traits. She is connected with of Camp Nelson, were married Satur- many of the most prominent faoiilies day nTght in Nicholasville, at the resi- of the state, besides a host of friends lience of the Re. 0. W. Nutter, who who wish her a life of bllssfulness. oficiated. Many housewives are beginning to Their friends wilt be interested to show symtoms of "Sprint; cleaning" know that Rev, Hervcy McDowell and fever. Mrs. McDowell and daughters are now livinir at GaryvilU, Loutsann. LOST between Lancaster and Rev. McDowell having charge of the UryantsvlUe last Friday, March 1'Jth. Presbyterian church of that town, Starter chain off an automobile. Garyville being but a few hours out Reward If returned to from New Orleans. Rev. Geo. S. Conant, UryantsvlUe. V) i On Saturday March 20 SPRING MILLINERY Give Us A Call. We will have a Special Display of Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Men 8, 1 1 920 DISINFECTING SOIL More than uiast mat 3 needs you net o prcat dell more that' ;uv. many feet of lumber fcundlea c ahlnshr pounctn of nails or panels of Bcawr Qwtw WITH BOILING WATER Practical Means of Ridding Land of Certain Parasites. Marked Increase In Percentage of Oer mlnatlon and In Sire and Vigor of Plants Observed In Large Number of Tests. "Nothing wrong with our balance" Chesterfield of costly THE rljiht balancetobaccos, Turkish propoDomestic rtioned by experts that's why When you let us svpply your bcildlr.j: iLili-. U'rrptred hr msnt of AurliMiliuri" lb t'nltisl Hist, I)rsrt ) material knowledge and c::o?rls:a in e hclp.1 you Ret the rcu.!t3 j,u risht price. Service first in plannuitf more ssrvlco in selecting proric r.uu-riaspeedy service in delivering its Vou pay for the materials. Tho accvi-pays for itself 'in the larger volur. ? ofbiMir.cc. custom' it brings through Jt will pay you ft f- t- one of thc.i You fjet the benefit cf our b wt f vr--tl- int tS.-wor- k ls : oupcr-satisf.- sd h2 s.Z, viSV 9 v Service ' j ft? Bastin Lumber Company. Otherwise Occupied. "Nobody," wi, Mr. (iniucticr. ! generous enough In uipMiilro hon- estly Willi other people1 troubles w,,'" u" I'hi n tiw.thHi li.. of , own." Marmot Skin, In Demand. largo busbies Is done In Hie mnrin.it Is innrmut eery uiiirh like n woodchtick but It ihw. sen-v. n finer cont than doe our Thousand of (hi1. skln are fhlppcd from iHirtx In nnrtlini Mute by parcel post thruUKli tin churl Jupancse post otllee. but skins of the rlieflH.-- r grade nro forwarded by freight In the usual way. A s wood-rluickMan-rhnrla- n if ringing the Dead to .Life. Tho remarkable claim of ability to bring I ho dead back to life linn been made by a Hurmese lady iloctor t Itnngoon. Tlio treatment If said In consist of seven days uppllmtlon of tnlernnl and external remedies. The lady stoles that it lien revivified the drnd penon tins a imw mind and lct-te- r fenttires. but the treatment must be continued for a month. Bill g livery: One 1918 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. 5 1917 Ford Touring car, good tires, top, engine rebuilt. S rims and new top A bargain. One Ford Form, a Truck, new, ready to set up. 1917 Ford Roadster, demountable Whsn Paper Really Was Scarce. A hundred years ago paper n no soli contained In n fouMneh pot by dear in this county dint butchers used sunmerslng It fur the mlntiles In wa to give their customers the moat ter brought to a temporntiire of wrapped up In a larpe vegetable lent dgn'es eight Inch In mis Die orgauUms nre kllleil by nn application of lulling water at the Snakes' cnangjet of Skin. It nppenn thnt unakes rhnnno their rate of nbout three quarts to a ot. skltiH teveral time a jenrbeforu reach Idr tlio ndult state. The main reason PREPARE FOR NEW BUILDINGS why snakes cast their skins In to provide for. Increnseil enmth. The skin Best Time to Make Preparations for of a snake doe not grow with the Contemplated Structures Is In growth of the body, as Is the case with Late Winter. Ths Dug D ble. warm blooded creature. So when It "The Hug Hlble. pubUhcd In 1331. bcslns to cet im tlsbt It Is discarded. (Trtparrd hr th t'nltnl Mstts Dprt the phrase "Afraid of bugs contain , nnt of Agriculture ) Ijte winter Is the best time to by night." where thebyKing James ver-Vicarious Courtif-inight." Ion reads, "Terror I'nder the social Ideals of China make plans and preparations for any building whlrh Is contemplated. This eery man la anxious tc marry, hut e of the mateno man Is permitted to seek a wife will assure tho for himself. The contract of marriage rial when needed, anil will penult Is always mado by a third party, and the making of favorable contracts often a man rinds himself bound to no which would be dlfflcnlt to cousuui-- I the rush of spring Imbfcllp. Insane or chronically dis- mnte when As the coming season eased wife, whoso father has paid tha . work begins. mnrrluge broker a high price to get J promises to be a busy one In the j building line, her u husband. ever' fanner who wishes to build Is urged by the federal department to "shake a leg" and get his plans under way. Now Is the time to prrpare Hog houe for the spring crop of pigs. where tiecestury, oas to minimize pig mortnllty Ium to Inadequate i pigs shelter. Thousands of are tost en Hi (.eason due to unU'ealherpnMif satisfactory housing. houses will wive money. The late winter nlso Is a propitious time for the building of new and reWorn-ou- t pairing old fences. sts j and wire should be replaced where neccsnary to make trio news stocK-tigh- t. Ti txeislhle the supply of its p The neeil of a simple, practical method for disinfecting small iuanlltles of ixill In which to ermv henlUiy sem. lines for home garden planting, now made more emphatic becati'e of the great expansion' of tnmato and other club work, tins promptel the bureau of plant Industry to obtain more no curate data on the effectiveness of hot water ns n mentis of ridding soil of the t nematode, and certain parasitic fungi usually with root trouble. Hy means of large number of lets It was found that nn npptlra-lioof IhiIHus water at Hie rate of even gallons per ruble foot of noli In Htmllrtw benches practically elim inated the parasites. Appblng this method to the needs of lMiy' and girls canlen rlllb work, where the site of the seedbox or tint' commonly tivd Is U by M by .1 Inehe- -. 44 gnllons of boiling water would In neceHry to the soil In such n flat. In all caes a marked Increase In the percentage of germination nnd In the lse nnd vigor of plants grown In tho l rent til o u olitfrMtl. Sub' stnullnlly the mine methiMl of killing plant iKirasltes In the soil has been uet with some success In certain vegetable creenliomcn ; but the iV- IKinment's experiments nry to deter mine accurnlely the tetiiipiturrs and aNohe tiec'?iary quantities of hot water. The t oin be eliminated from the rout-knoled n rmit-kne- Chesterfields "satisfy." Every puff brings Jou the full, rich flavor of genuine Turkish tobacco nnd the lively relish of choice Domestic leaf. And the blend the manufacturer's private formula be copied. can-n- ot in Every pacKaftc enclosed ftlassine, moisture-proo- f the flavor. paper that seals in ..iSBSSSSSSSBTBiL HI EZ2 Spasmodic Strife Starter. When a man let his wife pick out his neckties and shirts It Is an Indlca- that they are soulmstes or else henpecked. Indtsnspolls Stsr. tie I tn "ko 8Udellle- - remarked a gtrl ,I,J 0,h,'r ,,Jr. "because tho Intermls- ll,n lAe't come until the end." HoMon Transcript. The Continuous. IE Best Feeds FOR Ite-pa- ir LIST! 9 new-lion- CHICKENS, COWS AND HOGS ill i A carload of fresh feeds just received. RED COMB POULTRY AND CHICK FEEDS. COLLEGE HOG FEED fr2 f GOLD M pun-hnse- FLAKE DAIRY PEED Prices are cheaper now than later. ' Buy your feeds now. ; PAINT LICK GARAGE, Paint Lick, Kentucky. f Boys In the Building Buslftsss. should be cut on the fanu or Osage orange, from a neighbor. lo- cust, cedar and chestnut pt'Jts nre satisfactory for pent'unent feiicv. It Is t and a gHl practice, to peel the dip the butts In creosote for presena-ttt- o purpose. Tho wise and frugnl fanner piles the paint brush during the sparu time of spring and full, as ho understands the dual value of palut In protecting against decay and weathering uud lu Improving the sightliness of the farm buildings. Give young chicks Red Comb Chick Mash, it contains dried buttermilk and starts them right. i I IF YOU HAVE A FARM TO SELL SEE ME. IF YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM SEE ME. I have a number for sale now, and also have a good many buyers for all kinds and sized farms. If yeu want proof of my ability give me a chance and be convinced. My policy is a fair and square deal to alL TELEPHONE SELL THE EARTH. GET FARM Farmers Will AGENT'S OPINION Do Well to Oet Informs, lion Regarding Value of Various Fsrtlllttrs. A & COMPANY. PRODUCE R. C. Schooler LANCASTER, 18S. KY. rurmers are advised by various state colleges to keep lit touch with their farm bureau agent who has In formation about tho value of various fertilizers ami fertilising materials The farmer will do well to get tin agent's opinion before substitution something new for the standard ui. UrUl be has used lu the put. Bring us your poultry, eggs and produce. We pay highest prices; i fhe Centrat Record. Lancaster, HISTORIC BILL Ky. Thursday, Men 18, 1920 DR. RICHARDS' WORDS SHOW TO THE PEOPLE OF I 5 - LANCASTER, KY. Hold, At the time our Electric I.ilit Frnnchlse wns Steam Coal wan costing lis as follow h: F. 0. H. C'nrs at Mines .Hfi per ton . . Kreiirht . $1.30 per ton Hniilintr '28 per ton . Total PRESENT GOVERNMENT O. B. cam nt mines PRICES: $2..i per ton. Freight War t Hauling - $3.15 per ton 1.70 per ton 05 per ton .55 per ton Total $5.45 per ton cent increase in cost of Coal 125 per cent. i'er There will probably, In the very near future, be an additional increase of 25 per cent. In Freight rate, which will briny,' the co.st of coal to tin, to $5.88 per ton. an increase from old prices amounting to 141 per cent. president of tho. United States, who was born In n rude farm-cabi- n nrar Hodgenville, on Feb. 12, 1809, and who the world today acknowledges in the words of Kdwin M. Stanton "was a mnn for the ages." Marked contrast between this rude Writing history in letters n foo4 farm cabin now preserved ns n herfeet high itage of the Nation, is the wonderful tall on pace fourteen standing the pages nlong the memorial erected at Lincoln's birthso that ho who runs may place nt Ilodgrnvillo. Every moiand is the most remit method torist visiting Kentucky should folfor recalling to memory of low the highway that leads to this Kentucky much of the folgotten lore memorial of a man whose greatness in which the State is rich. has incrensed as the events of his Motoring nlong sonic peaceful time have been more thoroughly unj country highwuy fur removed derstood, I from the spots where history is be- -' It is interrsting to recall what llevcd to be in the making one comes Kentucky was like in the days of upvn n ureal open book labelled Lincoln's youth. The President once "History of the United States" and s.tid It: "It was n wild region wilts Irnrn from its pages that nrar that ninny bears ami o'her wild nnlmals quirt, secluded spot occurred some still In the woods anil there were event that in early days made some schools, so culled; but no qualdecided dent in the course of events. ification was ever required of n When these pages of history first teacher beyond rendin', writin', and began to appear on the landscape ciphcrin', to the rule of three. If nutomobihsts expressed n friendly in a straggler supposed to understand terna in them, but us more and more I.atin happened to sojourn in the places of historical significance were neighborhood, he was looked upon ns marked there come from the motor- n wizard. There wns absolutely ists n chorus of approval. Motor nothing to excite ambition for educa- BOARDS (Seen Along Highways. WHYTRUTONA OVERCOMES BAD AFTER-EFFECOF "FLU". T "An Appetizer, System Builder, Strengthener and Real Nerve Tonic," Prominent Physician Declares of Perfect Preparation What All "Flu" Victims Needed. "As n nppctlzcr, strengthener, Pearl Street, enthusiastically praising ' system builder and real nerve tonic, the reconstructive powers of Trutona, I can heartily recommend nnd com- says: "I can hardly realize how much mend Trutonn." Dr. J. Hlchnrds, the prominent good Trutonn's done for me In rids of Tennessee physician, in making the ding my system of the I certainly feel different foregoing statement, has really pro- i influenza. nounced Trutonn a rcninrknblc treat- nowadays nnd I enn highly recomment for overcoming serious nftcr-effec- mend Trutonn especially ns an nftcr-the-fl- u medicine." of influenza, pneumonia and Harry Lee, 1 OG 1 Cnllaghcr street, the like. Victims of theTe dreaded winter Louisville Kv. n sufferer from the s of pneumonia, rays: "Ive maladies, after "recovering" from pounds and feel an attack, almost invariably find gained twcnty-olgh- t themselves possessed of little or no fine now just like n new man, since appetite and their systems In a dread- taking Trutona," nil of which is surefully weakened, nnd ner- ly conclusive proof of Trutona's vous state. Considering Dr. Richards merit. "I've found Trutona to be very efwords it is ensy to understand why s of Trutona has proven such n remark- ficient in overcoming able remedy for these influenza", declares Mr. Ivn Gates, a Peru, Ind., woman of 155 bnd after effects. "An appetizer, strengthener, syitcni builder nnd real Cnnnl Street. There nre scores of other' similar nerve tonic" these arc the qualifications that have won for Trutonn the statements and they prove concluunstinted praise of thousands of un- sively that there is no better preparafortunate in Influenza nnd pneumonia tion for the treatment of aftervictims who have regained their effects of pneumonia, influenza, deep colds and the like than Trutonn, the health through the Perfect Tonic. Perfect Tonic. "WHAT OTHERS SAY". Trutona issold in at R. .Mike Hamilton, n traction company employe nnd Terra Haute K. McRobcrts Drug store. ' I ml., man who lives nt 418 South (Advertisement) nfter-cfTectts after-effectrun-dowafter-effectover-comin- g well-know- n well-know- n to-da- y BASTIN BEOS. with her mother Mr S, M Azhill of Richmond the pait week end, ThV B)rk nt thl place art improvMr nnd Mr t'amrron I'rrwitt nml ing. little daughter, Ruth, are visiting Mr. Mr John Sanders Is with Mr. S. N. Prewitt' parent near Danville. Unclt Ctxn. "Heme tnen," said Undr Kben, "jatt delr-- f all tlml out flntlgin' work. A tne U ll Is pvrfretljr BRAPSHAW MILL. Sanders Matter Harlan Snyder is visiting relatives on Poor Ridge. Mrs Karl I'rrwitt was a recent of Mr. Mtrin Prewitt. Mr anil Mri. Ott I,ong spent Sun-la- y with Mr. Karl I'rrwitt. Mr and Mrs. Philip Moore arc entertaining guests from Corbin. Mlit Xsnnic Sanders pent Saturday night with Miss A Bene I'rrwitt. Mrurn John and Jim Sanders wrrr gursts Saturday night of Grant Sanders. Mn. (Irani Sanders And son. Forest wrre gursts of Mr. V. M Foley Sunday. Mr and Mr. Jrsse Kast and family were gursts of Mr. and Mr. Oan-ir- l M-t- anl rl-e- r vunsldrml precious II tranvparrnt, Is bright In color and postessr grrol Hvt You Oner lirHIWHCe. Berngvi Ink EtJlns. To rrmoTr Ink stains from while ot mid ruli with imr roitnti wet the CtMxl laundry Miap. then soak In .iltitln of sulphur tisptliol for oue tsy If Ink hit not all disappeared. rliiM out and lU. and the 'nk will rilxipprar as If by limit HIMow ran In-- rrniored In the ame way. Sanders. THAN OTHER WORM-DRIVMr. and Mn. Frank I'rrwitt of TRUCKS. LIBERAL Richmond arc visiting Mr. and Mr. Floyd Snydrr. Address Mr. S. X. Sanders and daughters J. R. MILLER, Phoeni Hotel, Miuc Linda and Nannie visited Mrs. LEXINGTON, KY. Floyd Snydrr Thursday. Civ Territory Desired. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Snydrr wrrc E Kast. A LIVE WIRE TO HANDLE Mr. and Mn. Jamrs i'rrwitt spent THE BEST SELLING TRUCK Satunlay with Mr. and Mr. S. X. IN AMERICA. $700.00 LESS WANTED DIS-COUN- T. Public Sale! ON Saturday, March 20th AT ONE-THIRT- Y P. M. Having sold both of my farms here antl only running one farm at present, leaves me with a lot of surplus arming Implements, such as plows," wagons, harrows, cultivators, etc, that I will offer for sale for the high dollar. At the same time and place I will also sell a lot of Household! furniture, consisting of Chairs, Tables, Beds, Bureaus, etc. ' TERMS announced at the sale. "SALE WILL TAKE PLACE AT MY OLD HOME ON THE DANVILLE PIKE. CAPt. AM. BOURNE, Auctioneer. W. E, COOK. routes that were formerly rather dull attaint have suddenly become fill rd with n new interest, the silent places have become alive again with frontiersmen, sturdy pioneers the countryside nnd dar ing fighters wage their mall but fntrful warfare in isolated places. The creilit for this novel method uf reviving interest in the events belongs to the i f the by gone days I' nited Suite Tire Company. While one page of the big book sets forth Interesting historical data the other page does not hesitate to nifcrt the truth that "United Slates tires ore good tires." The erection of these big bulletin bonrds-jtb- ey are forty feet long nnd fourteen feet tall is not confined Already New Kng to Kentucky. land's towns and villages, redolent with tales of 1'ilgrams and patriots, nre dotted with the big books. In n score of States in the Middle West and South many boards arc in place. nnd on the Pacific Coast tourists learn the history of California, Ore gon and Washington from the boards. The boards arc not things of a season only. It is the intention to "turn a page" each year and place new history upon it. Each board fits into the landscape and by the fact that it performs a genuine service obviates the criticism directed against many bill boards. Instead of opposing the errction of the big books, many communities arc stirred by local pride to urge that boards be erected in their vicinity, s who have and many hitherto shown hostility when asked for permission to have sign boards placed on thrir property consent Kind ly to have their town advertised by some of the historical bulletins. The history of Kentucky Is told on these bulletin boards from the inhabitants time that the earliest built mounds in the northern and western part of the State up to the n remarkable exploit of Sergeant C. York of Pull Mall. Ky. who distinguished himtelf in the Argonne, nnd not only won the Congressional Medal of Honor but nlso the undisputed honor of having nchtcved the grentest individual exploit of the World's War. On these painted dirplnys on the important motor highways facts are told of the Indinn occupation. The Iroquois and other southern tribes known Kentucky well because of its abundance oT fame. Several bulletin boards tell of Daniel Iloone, the pioneer of Ducks county, Pennsylvania, who loved the solitude of the forest so much, and was so fond of hunting, that ha penetrated Into the unknown regions of Kentucky with six kindred spirits In 1 ?(!), constructing a fort on the left banks of the Kentucky river Uoonesborough, which he named bringing his wife and family to the new town. Thc story of Hoonc's capture nt a" place culled "Salt I.Icks," nearly one hundred miles north of Uoonesborough by one hundred Indians led by two Fctichmrn, nnd of his being taken back to Old Chillicothe, where the great lltackfish, u renowned Shuwanese Chief adopted him Into his family, Is interestingly told. The story of the State Is also told with facts ubout the formation of the region known as Kentucky County In 1770, the division of Kentucky in 1780 into Fayette, Jefferson uml Lincoln counties by which it lost Its nama for three years, the birth of the republic in- - the decade of 1782-9nnd the admission of Kentucky In to the Union in the latter yar. Various painted displays are required to tell of Kentucky's distinguished cltli.cn, Henry Clay, who made his home at Lexington nnd of the great political nets, with which his name if forever associated. Kentucky has the distinction of rearing Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth land-ownerAt-vi, J, tion." It was amid these surroundings that Abraham Lincoln made the best opportunities use that his limiteil nfforded him, ami learned all that d teachers the could impart, A bulletin board tells that In Gentry's- - store, Kllznbeth-towLincoln clerked nt odd times, until he was 10, when with (Sentry's son, he took his first flat boat trading trip to Xew Orleans. Various bulletin boards at Alexandria, itanU town. Cnnmer, Corhin, Willinmstown. West Point, Middles-bor- o and Pinevillo nre needed to tel the story of the early pioneers, who carried their guns even to church, to be ready in case of an Indian at- scription to his book on American ed and Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb, authtack, nlso for a chance shot at a Birds, thnt he met Wilson", who was or, playwright and humorist, who be- deer, bear or turkey to ndd to tho naturally ustonished when he saw Au- gan his literary career as a reporter family's fooT supply. These pion-nec- dubon's drawings of birds, superior at seventeen on the Paducah Daily had earth floors in their cabins. lo Ins own, some of them represent-ir.- g News. birds that he had never seen. As the settlement grew-- , puncheon A man who wrote history big in "Ain't That thsTruthr floors succeeded mother earth-harFrancis was having a heart to heart floors came when the wilderness Kentucky during tin Civil War, menShe wns tioned on various highway painted talk with his grandmother. wus conquered. Sometimes the stories on these displays, was Colonel John Hunt Mor- trying to Impress upon him ibe Importance of learning something every bulletin boards, show the contrast gan who entered the Confederate da). Ills reply was: y Army as captain of the Kentucky me. grandma, little bora Take It from between and yesterday. One knows lots of board telling of the pioneers of West Volunteers and joined General Sim thine cramhnns ilon't know nnrlhlnir .Point says that they "dressed in pio- on B. Uuckner at the head of the ' nlMiutneer homespun, leathern legglns nnd Lexington Rifles. It wns Colonel Tin Found In United States. moccasins, lints of UutTalo wool sew- Morgan, who by his raids in KenDeposits of tin ore are found In Calmade it necessary ed together with deer sinews nnd tucky in 18G2-Chunting shirts of buckskin." Anoth- for the Federal Army to garrison ifornia. Virginia. North Carolina. South Carolina. South Dakota, Washington, er dealing with pioneer women set- every important town In the State, Ner.nda and Xew Mexico, but the or tlers of Williamstown says that they ns Morgan's cavalry, which was a at some of them contains so little tin "wore underwear of doeskin, dress part of General Braxton Brigg's army that It cannot bo mined with profit. and sunbonnct bf buffalo wool and annoyed General William S. Rosen-crans- Tin concentrate from Bolivia was banoutposts and communica- died at four plants In this mocensins, in marked contrast to the country, which produevd from It orer tions. fashion plate women of today." Morgan wns able to mislead his 10.1X10 ton ( metallic tin. At one time, elk and bison were abundant in Kentucky, but the set- foes, by the fact that he carried a tlers and the hunters using their telegraph operator with him at alt g rifles, exterminated times, tapped the wires for informathe elk and drove the buffalo herds tion and the same time acquired himwestward until finally the white mnn self with their movements. At a practically exterminated the animal result of the information obtained taint After you upon which the Indians had livod in this way, he made raids by whick he captured many millions of dollars from time immemorial. Various bulletin boards have been worth of military stores, eaptured erected to tell of the sharp differ- and burned railway trains filled with iMtaaUjnltevM ence of the sentiment on slavery in supplies, toro up railroad tracks, Kentucky, families often being di- burned bridges nnd destroyed cul- - slGaasrF tmd Stooal til rtomash vided. It will be recalled thnt Ken- jverta In the rear of the Federal Army. rsyajtey. I Two bulletin boards have been tucky furnished both Presidents of ' the opposing sections Abrnhnm Lin- placed on the highway to Paducah coln nnd Jefferson Davis, the latter J to tell of Pnducah's distinguished being born In Christian county, Ken- men the celebrated Indian Chief, tucky, which now forms Todd county. Paducah, for whom the city is nam R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. Incidentally Governor Magoffin refused to honor Lincoln's call for troops,. yet Kentucky sent 80,000 men to the Union Army, while 40,000 joined the Confederacy. A number of bulletins arc required to tell of General llruxton Ilrngg, who led n formidable force of 45,000 men into Kentucky, but after the battle of Perryville on October 8, 18C2, retreated currying with biiu a vnst quanity of supplies. Another notiable soldier, who mnde THE UNIVERSAL CAR Kentucky hjsrory, and who is mentioned on various bulletins was The Ford Model T Onj Ton Truck witn its George Rogers Clark, who wvnt to' U really a manganese bronze worm-driv- e Kentucky In 1775 as n surveyor, but, necessity for the farmer because it solves his when the western Indians were Inproblem of economic transportation from the duced by the llritish to tuke up the tomahawk, became u natural leadfarm to the city. And in farm work alone, it er of the people in defense of their will be found a great money saver ai well as a infant settlement. He defended big labor saver. I las all the mcriu of the Ford the frontier of Kentucky, and won car multiplied by greater capacity with greater his appeal for f00 pounds of pow-- l strength. No extra cost in operation. We'd tier by insisting "that a country that , like to talk it over with ever) farmer. Hring is not worth defending is not worth claiming." With his little force, he your Ford car to us for necessary repairs and pushed to a small island opposite the thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliable present city of Louisville, whrro he Ford workmanship. erected block houses, drilled his men and planted corn. His taking of Kaskaskia resulted In the people he left behind at Corn Iilund (named for the plainting of com), sailing over to main land, and thus making the foundation of tho city of Louis-- 1 d back-woon, d to-da3 's death-dealin- gATONIC Mkahrf Urt. Hascldcri Bros Garage ville. i 'Incidentally, Louisville was the' home of James Audubon, naturalist, and it was in this city that he met Alexander Wilson, the celebrated ornithologist. Audubon was In business at that time, and it was on the visit to solicit Audubon's sub- - The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Men 18, 1920 DR. CARPENTER Pepto Mangan Makes Rich Red Blood. men Help, Rettore Thin, and Women to Vigorous, Fult.Dlooded Health. Run-down In Charge Of Drive. Popular and AbU Young Rlchmon Minister Dtroclor of Campaign for Tranijrlvanla and United SoeUly. LEXINGTON, Ky., March 10 Homer V. Cnrpcntcr, pntor of First Christian Church of Rich motn!, who hnt Iiecn tcmpornrily rc duties to become leased from hi acting director of the Kentucky di viilon of the Disciple' World Move ment nt Lexington, has assumed charge of the headquarter in the First and City Nntionnl Dank Huild Kcv. Ing. LIV THE STOCK BANK BOOSTS SPLENDED 52 ACRE FARM Recommended by Physicians Sold BETTER SIRES OF Liquid or Tablet Form Name "dude's" the Guide The to the Genuine. In I Anxious to Assist Campaign In Every Way Possible Offers to Flnancs Any Stockman. ROBERT A. LAWRENCE STJ"T3JDI"VItDIEjtD AT The movement Is an enlargement College cam of the Transylvania paign which was begun last Decern ber, and includes the organizations of the United Christian Missionary Societies and their alTiliatvd inter ests In Kentucky. Director Carpenter is addressing his best effort to secure the attend nnce of every Christian preacher In Kentucky nt the pastors' conference to be held in Louisville. March 17 to 19. The railroad expenses of all pastors in the State, and n re pre tentative of each of the institutions h will be paiil by the World Movement. Ample provision is being mndc for entertainment for those who attend the Louisville conference in the homes and apart' ment houses of the city, the price of rooms being very small. Director Carpenter ha associated with him in the office nt hendquar ten a large clerical force, and is railing to assistance a group of ex perienccd men and women who will help in the organization of the churches preparatory to the flnan cial drive which is to be carried on from April 25 to May '2. As the movement has been cnlnrg ed so as to include all missionary, benevolent and educational enter prises, it is believed that almost all in the the churches will raising of the $1,300,000 in the cam gaign. The right of designation be ing permitted. Churches and inili vidunls may support all the causes of the movement by making undesignatcd contributions, or they mny sup port a particular organization by de signation. Inter-Churc- tiny lock man In tho county who I wishes to purchase pure-- l red sires white nt the Mock how. Wo wish In link up with your organization In tlos, inini'iilcn In every vtny Mlhle.M blood. Tin- .irtnirnt helps restore vigor-- ! ready de en- - il In of agriculture m the mnpiiigii ni.y ous henlth, because it contains the Ho kiiHk ..ier wlm til's out the pre very elements so much needed by the blood to enable it to perform its Pcpto-Mnngnn saying that your a true It health is only as good as your blood. manifest in a blood Good, rich henlthy, nnturnl complexion; clear, keen eyes; tireless energy and enthusiasm; and an nbundant supply of reserve strength. And Just as positively does poor, thin blood directly Influence the en tire system. Pale, sallow complex-Ion- ; dull eyes; n listless step; worn-ou- t l.inguidncs; tiredness; feeling; general deicctcdness and un- happiness all arc positive signs that the body Is not receiving its proper ncuityiment through the rntnpilgn I nrtlve nttrntlnn en the I'aritlr rluiM Recently tin- - United Slates of agriculture received a letter from n hnnk nt Mend, Onv. Hie follow Ins tntemenli: MVY are anxious to this earn pnlgn In every way ntlbV and have) been conducting n lite st.ck Improve-- ' ment rnmpnlgn for some time. This I I hnnk has brought In 15 registered bulls slncv .March 1, and we arn now arranging for n carload of stockmen to go to the Pacific International at ' Portland. W have offered to finance eon-mini- The hrtirr slrr nlt Ix-e- f PUBLIC A UCTION On The Premises at Gilberts Creek lj Wednesday, March 31st AT 10:30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. agents of Robert A. Lawrence, wc will on the above date sell for the "Hi'kIi Dollar" At little farm of 52 acres. without reserve or by bid a lot of personalty and his crackcr-jacLOCATED at Gilberts Creek in Lincoln County, six mile from Stanford, three mile from Lancaster. In splendid neighborhood, on L. and N. R. R., station right at residenco and store and post office at place. IMPROVEMENTS consist of a nice two story seven room residence, two porches with concrete floors, good cellar, tobacco barn and all necessary outbuildings, Orchard, Cistern, well, etc. All of this farm is practically bottom land and as rich as cream. No better tobacco, hemp and corn land anywhere. 17 acres in clover. k functions and supply the body with nourijhment, energy, and strength. For your convenience, Pcpto-Man- gan is prepared in tnblct as well ns exactly liquid form, lloth posses the same medicinal value. Then is but one genuine Pepto- Mangan, and that is "Gudc's." If the name "Gude's" is not on the package it I not (Advertisement.) Pepto-Mnnga- ' I j with all improvements and 27 acres of This farm will be offered in two tracts. unimproved land and then at a whole. This is a Dandy place. Mr. Investor, don't let thit OppR. Blackwood Has i. you by. She it a money maker and a splendid investment. scribed blank and lias tjrrerljr err ortunity-pass Thit now In titled as tltwrlli-'Done Splendid Work being dlstriliiitcd. The literature dom it is worth. little farm is a "Peach". It will be an Absolute Sale and remember YOU tay what listing of liiant breeds liy count too, Is nt Will alto tell the following pertonalty: In Government's tnirtlug attention mid counties Inter Corn Shelter: 2 double thovel dIows. 1 set nlow near, mowing machine, smoothing har- est.il In that pirn-- ., of ttio campaign row. rocrt nrRe box, coal oil ttove, crott cut saw, 3 leather halters, water tank, platform Thrift campaign may enrolled nt any time. scales, hemn scales, lot of lumber, bale of barbed wire, brand new, etc. Give thit farm n look. It will bear the closest inspection. The more you look the more postmaster ; 1 STAND BY PRESENT I.. It. Illackwood, T B' PLAN you will bid. Mr. Lawrence will take pleasure in showing it to you. , Hannibal, Mo., is one of Uncle Sum'.-TERMS exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. For full particulars, see, servants who is doing his utmost to Live Stock Associations Decide to write or phone, nid not only the government, but! Lower Stand, No Steps 25-hcrc- a I HANNIBAL'S POSTMASTER: The Kind of Dull Calves Country Bankers Like, Because That Llvt Stock Oetterrr.ent Thresh the Use of Bttter Sires Meant Bet ter Live Stock and Oetter Ouslness Generally. Immediate Possession. Think What This Means at this time of Year. Tobacco Bed Already Sown. l, ! the people in the community in which he liver. Courier-Po- Take to ard Now In Vogue. EGGS ARE MONEY MAKERS. few hens if properly cared for, will produce enough eggs for the fnm ily and hnve some to sell. If you will make B. A. THOMAS' POULTRY REMEDY a part of their daily diet you will have eggs nt all seasons of the year for it is a natural egg maker. W. A. DICKKRSON. Advertisement. A DESCRIBING Bounds Is Now Difficult Geographical Linn Largely Abolished Since World War and Lesions Mult be Relearned. the bound. ing of countries and states was one of the exercises in which pupils became proficient through long and regular practice. For many decades, those boundrics were (Irmly fixed and unchanged but with the ending of the war the Peace Conference and the geographers were forced to revise the old limitations of territory. Also as a result of the lessons of the war, citizens of America have been able to revise the limitations which bound them. Each if.11 is bound on one sido by tho high cost of living, on another by his limit of earning capacity on u third by his duty to his community, his family and himself. Hut, hi net Income, hi boundary on the fourth side is not a hard and fixed limitation. Through saving and safe investment opportunity for expansion is unlimited. Wise spending, economy, saving k.jd wise investment are no let important in determining the net income than the earning capaeity which provides the gross amount. The umount which it is possible to save must be determined by each in dividual!)1, but In the of that sum no mutter how large or how small the U. S. Government stands ready and willing to otTer us ristancc through the Issue of Govern ment Savings Securities. These securities runge in amount from the 26 cent Thrift Stamp und the 15 War Saving Stamp to the $100 and $1000 Treasury' Savings Certificates. AH are safe and profitable. They bring sure and regular interest at 4 per cent compounded quarterly. If you bound your state in life with these savings securities you have an elastic boundry which will expand with your expansion and keep pace with your growth in industry, ability and capital. 1 g In the old geographies After two years of practical opera The following from the Hannibal accredited is indicative of the in tlon of the tuberculosls-frherd plan, a Joint committee, repreterest Mr. Illackwood takes in his' senting cattle asiwicla-tlonthe pure-lirework : itml the United .States Lite Stock "There is not one article in nil Sanitary association ban ununlmouly the make up of life that will surpass) decided tmt m,.,,, khoultl be taken Thrift," says Postmaster L. it. HIack to lower the high standertl of the BOURNE. wood. This is the second month in present plan. It was !oeldel that ) herd kIioiiIiI year for this scries of War Sav the Mr. and Mrs. (5. W. Thompson hnve Ings Stamps. He added "The out Im acrrodlted If it rontiilns a tuber animal, mnle or female. It been quite ill of flu. look is good and from the inquiry culnr was agreed ly t tie Joint 'oiiimlttoe, to Mr. John Jackson's family who that is being made thrift is mnking show that owners ore exerting nil efan early start and that means sue fort to exterminate thu ilnene, that have been quite ill of flu are recovering. cess in the end. a supplementary lint be made to the Miss l!crnie Montgomery is visiting "The schools are asking for dates accredited herd list to contain the her sister, Mrs. Steve Walker of Linto be tixed for the placing of Thrift tinmen of the owners of pure-bre- d and War Savings Stamps in the herds that are free, from tuberculosa coln county. hands of the boys and girls and this on two annual testN but. In which tin Misses Lou Klla Doolin nnd Kmmu herd bull reacts. Such n bepl will ill make the postmaster go some and Lillian Pierce were guests Sun-da- y erred! ted herd cerfor the next five months. Multipli- - not receive an alug , at lluckeye. bull 'nay lo used tificate. The rood d hundreds of dollars have already Mr. Kmery Turner of Lancaster, ui'ilcr cert n ii conditions. been purchased in these stamps dur- The accredited herd plan In adminis- spent Sunday afternoon with .Mm. ng the month of January and Feb tered by the bureau of annual indus Herbert Doolin. ruary is making n good start," try. I'lllted States deKirtllient (if UK Mr. and Mr. Scott lIulfHinn spont with the I "When do you expect to visit the rletilture. in Sundny in Danville ns the guoaU ef schools" was the next question the re. state!. Mrs. Rachel Marsee. porter asked Mr. Illackwood. "On Mr. Charlie Hughes said to Mr. Monday February IC, I shall be at STEERS FATTENED ON SILAGE John Hughes of Vulley View a pair High School from ten to eleven the 'clock. Wednesday the 18th nt one Interesting Feeding Test With Shelled of mules price $500. Corn Conducted at Missouri Mr. and Mrs. I.. K. Speakc and 'clock, South School, Friday at one Station. 'clock, Central School. childran were the guests Sunday of This is ns Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Speake of far ns I have been able to make up At the Missouri exjierlmeiit stntlon the schedule for the schools at this line lot of steer ns fed 15 wiunds ol time." Miss Ruth Montgomery has been thcllcd corn or bind (mt day along Mr. Illackwood said that he hop- - with ihiuiiiIs of linseed oil cake seriously III of pneumonia in Heren the schools would all take notice '.Ml iMiuiids of clover liny, and 'iZ Hospital is slowly recovering her to this and be ready on the dntes ixiiimls of com MtHge. Another lot re- many friends will bo glad to know, ceived no Kindled corn but a llttli mentioned for Thrift. Mrs. Roy Splvey and children have In passing it might be mentioned more of the oil cake and clover aid V returned home after spending severnl miiiiii1s of sllace mt bend wr day has that the Courier-Pos- t The rwtilt Mere that the lot tint re- weeks In Kokomo Ind the guests of pecially active in giving publicity to ceived shelled corn and linlf n.fot'd ol her mother, Mrs. John Vnnderpool. the matter sent out by the Savings Di sIIrko charged SIfi.O.'i for Us) xiund vision, Press Bureau, and has had pain, while the other lot ebqrgi'd onlj PAINT UCK no small share In crenting u demand $10.00. The cost of feed per steor on while with the for the U. S. Securities In Marion helled corn wan Mrs. (ieorge Noe Is on the sick list other lot It wan J'.'l.t". County. this week. Dr. II. J. Patrick wns on the sick WATER SUPPLY FOR CALVES list a day or so last week. Common Idea That Young Animals Mku Virginia Hnmmnck was the Will Drink Too Much Is Error COMPOUND gutiist Sunday of Miss Geneva Logs. ; 13 JUST WHAT CHILDREN They Also Like Salt. don. hl to hire forfcvcrlth colds, coubi, laulBes," and thai thjht, wheeling Miss Addle Criicilli. spent the latnecess, in Let th ealvo have frrcetblo(. It stops croup, loo. Il eaxs fresh and rlean water, and nlo to ter part of last week with Miss Fannie lid checks sshooplnit coujb, mcatlcs ,lt. The isiuitwiu Idea that cmIvos Duwdert. couth and bronchial coufthj. will drink too mueh water is a Mr. Joe Howman of Foxtown, made, Ertry Usr a Friend four Inirlus the Mr lillU till U L.i. Ik craup little enlvivx tlHWld tlr.t rut toolaontlm hts visit to Paint Lick, not I inurh ' ! " ".'".4''.'.., u4 Tm b.rtmmUrn Hmm .1 rU Sunday. ! c IMf bWM. Ttul SUM tb l,t .U, Mr cniln. mst,4 sad Mil day IhoUiii lu, Mrs. Adn Kly is the guest of her U,t H.U.kuUr.St.nt.ti.Ki. "M lk ttUm h4 I l, Hnn slKck GOATS ADAPTED TO GRAZING mother and sister, Mrs. Martha Kly rf wk,! , cavak. 1U lit and Miss Kate. tiity Hut u4 Tsr tb.ni ,,UL Economical Producers Animals Ar We understand that Mr. and Mrs. Ird ltUa4. N.k. Under Anything Llkt Ordinary roley's Hooey sodTsr bss been used Illaine Kitridge will occupy rooms at Farm Conditions. lor more ibaa thirty years in tboutaadt . F. Parks. Mr. oi homes lot rtlicl irosa coubj, coldi, Mcsssrs. W. I). Roop und It. V. goat are economical irasiBodlc croup, tickllo uuoat, boane Aurora ecu, whoopl4cou4b. broacblal couf bt made a business trip to Lex under nnj thing tike ordinary and tbc cousm list follow infiucnis or fann conillllnun. They are well adapt- Ington Saturday. la f rlsfw. ed to erasing and ran be maintained Miss Lucille Lackey of Lancaster, on rather thin pasture. Yet this Is McROBERTS DRUG STORE. was a charming visitor of Mis Funnle not desirable un ii food. c st d s I 1 Hughes & McQarty STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dowdcn Sunday. Miss Marie Ledford and Mr. Morri Toid were dinner guests of Miss Fannie Dowdcn Tuesday. Mrs. Thomas Ralston and Mrs. Frank Ralston, spent Monday with Mrs. O. L. llammack. Miss Klizabeth Howman of Richmond was the guest of her nunt Mrs. again. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Hitridge and children, Miss Minnie and Carl anil Prank, left Monday for n several days visit to Mrs. Kstridgc's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark ut Danville. Mesdnmea R. J, Walker and II. I Francis motored to Danville Monday accompanied by Mrs. Wm Kldridge, who took the train there for Columbia, S. C. for a visit to her daughter, Miss Kliiabeth Kldridge. j Mr. Illaine Kstridge nnd Mis Ar- j noltt K"ey eloped to JcuVrsonsville' were married. .Mr. M-eI enemy ami I ,ri,KB " unn ot our promising young merchant at this place and Mrs. K. itrtdge is the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. uurdettc Ramey of Manse. They have the best wishes of the community I nr I bn -- vioney and Tar Foley. - t'M4 semi-monthl- y (ti),, tc Maurice Ilurton Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Homer Chestnut nnd two children spent the week end in Umcaster with relatives. Dick Davis left Sunday for Cin- cinnati to drive back n new Sedan for Dr. Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. O. U Hammnck and daughter Mary spnt Sunday with her mother. Mrs. Tom Rnlaton. Mrs. W. F. Park has relumed from . . the city where she purchased a hand-- , some line of spring millinery. HADHI Y Mr. J. O. Conn, wife and baby ViUULl spent Sunday night and Monday with STAND ALONE her mother, Mrs. I. C. Ruckcr. Miss Jessie Mne Hammnck and Mr Joe Howman were guests Sunday of Terrible Suffering From Headache, Mines Cynthia and Kilen Pruitt Sideachc, Backache, and Weak-neA number of young folks enjoyed Relieved by Carta', rook nnd Kdlson music with Mr. and Say This Texas Lady. Mrs. J. D. Wynn Siflurday night. Roop nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. llennett Contales, Tex. little son Joe Fisher spent the pint Mrs. Mlnnla rhll-pot- , of this place, writes: 'Tire years week with J. D. Wynn and family. o I was taken v.Hh a pln In ray Mr. Dan Ledford of Louisville who left cldo. It was rltbt under tay visiting friends nnd relatives has been ltft rib. It would at this place returned home Saturday. aehlnc and eittndcommence with an tin Into mr left Mrs. Hen Spurloek nnd children shoulder and oa down Into my back. were with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hy that time tho pa!u would bo to W. R. Patrick Sunday and Monday. severe I would have to toko to bed. nd u,fcrrJ, Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Ward nnd sons' r ',r ,hree Jrer' spent the week end with hi. parents. oml ,0 rnero akeleton and was Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward at Lnn- - ,0 CTt. cou)J Ur(iy Una n,out Mk easter. j Waa not alio to bo anywbero and bail Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Car-- ' i0.'1, '"f,,!11,0, K0",1 ruffe"J njy tersville, were guests of their son, had the Lendacho all tlo tlreo. and I I Just Dr. F. II. Smith und Mrs. Smith on waa unable to do a thing. My Ufa I nilsery, my Htomach got In an Thursday. f condition, cauwd from Misses Cynthia and Kllen Pruitt en-- 1 so much niedlchio, I suffered noUktnc much tertnined Miss Jeswie Mne llammack, J Pln. I bad Jusfubout R'ven up all ,H;, of our BftlnB nnytbltiK to hslp Messrs Joe Howman and Jim Led-- ! Bia. ford Sunday. Ono day a lllr'.hday Almanao Misses Maudu and Minnie Conn of thrown In tnr jard. After reading Its testimonials I decided to try Car-du- l, P.. K. N. Richmond, were the charmand am to thankful that I ing guests from Saturday until Mon- for I began to Improve when on did, the day of Miss Chustine Rucker. second bottle... I tm now a well woman and feeling fine and the curt All the flu patients are able to be au been permanent for out except Mrs. J. T. Underwood who two yean alnco my awful It hat been bad health. Is not so well. Her many friends JLwJ".J,ay" tecoBBitnd CaiduL" Try Ctrdul today. JB 71 hope she will soon be able to be about ( rfllfl li llttltlSLI ( , 1 ,'k j 1 The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 18, 1920. VERY BUI6K Prices Have SERIOUS MENACE WHIGH TUBERCULAR CATTLE ARE TO THE HEALTH OF CHILDREN Not Advanced Huick price on open modcU Imvc not chnnnctl since October, 1918. Wo do not know how lonu; thin condition will continue, hut thu nchlovumvnt of niain-tnlniim 1111 I,- I fk. ? "3 V I II f ,. prico lovel over oiKlituun montliH of the most uncurtain nmnufncttiriiiK conditions cvor known in the nation i.s a moat striking tnsUinoniHl to the efficiency of Huick methods ami the sincerity of Ituick clTortH to null its product at a fair price. is the price has not been advanced durirtK this period. The following is the list of Huick models and thu duliverud price: So far as wo arc Informud, flic Huick car inspires confidence--confiden- ce that ffrows with intimacy. And there's nothing more gratifying than the knowledge that its convenience and unusual comfort are costing you a minimum of expense. THE PRODUCT OF EXPERIENCE At first sijrht the Chevrolet "FB 50" only one in America vho! Thl, Entire Hird. Apparently Healthy, (I'rrparrd by lh Wat Found Dovlne Tuberculosis. to Be Affected With PAINT LICK GARAGE, K-4- 4 Three-passeng- er K-4- 5 Five-pusscrfg- er K-4- 9 16 7 0 Seven-pnsseng- er RoAliter. Touring Cat Touring Cur Coupe .$1,G50.00 . 1,050.00 1,950.00 2,275.00 2,500.00 2,900.00 K-- Four-Passeng- er K-3- Five-passeng- er Sedan Scdnn K-5- Scven-passeng- llomember, please, that thosu arc the delivered prices and covur freight and war tax, extra tire, tire cover, bumper ami lenses. We arc able at this time to maku immediate on the three open model, and will be so Ioiik as the few we have on hand remain unsold, There is no vnluo comparable to the Huick at this price rantfe, and the prudent buyer will not fail to grasp the opportunity. de-live- ry t'nlle.1 Hlat.a Depart-mM- t protcciioii of Iminnii li'lns. rtl'u ef AarUtilttir I larly i lillilri'ti. fnmi tlic ilmiBorn nf Ihv One of tliu most liniMirtnnt objecIlie iiIhttuIii4 - .iHf of tlio tlilnz I I vps In tin) rnnilcn nenlnt tubercn-o- l mrmisly iMiplmtrii In ttn ciiinntcn niiiHii mt I If, which I ("ometline ncnliint ilkctiMil Tntlli'. oierhxiked In the nultntloii recanting Tlnt( nre only two wny In wlildi the effart of tin lleati mi Mock It' thu illMftto rnn he I'llinlimliHl. dnti I tlit" very aerlnu inwiiicu which In aelf. to niMiiiri' tlmt Ihc milk l free from tubercular cuttle nr.- to the public tuliorrli" IihcIIII when It I irrliH0i lunlili. ChlMrmt. In pHrllntliir. nre iiixl !! other N to ilelroy the tnliercle cniii anerT from lid Mmrro f ' IihcIIII prc-cin tlM milk. The e lllfertlmi. (MiJiit mil that the jmlillf rfn.n'il Origin cf Tuberculoma. t tlmt n (mui.ina iirrrjit the lIHtrMTlllc til herd l Iri'c (phh niliennliMl with n ArronllHS to the lH"ri'i!nl of bovine tiiiRin repteeiita Ervii! ilsil of inuii-x- i iliilei- there l nlMHit 28 pel cent nf nil I In; can oft ninptu evMrnre Omt I ho under the In children lulrriitt iiihI Bil1lcil fretet lint I'cen )rwr nt nee. In tyH of (lie quently Hint itii!lil nirreclly. iIIhum It U iff whiIi rwr. Iwt Ink Uie Eternal Vigilance. twtMfTMlllM H H ttlloV, HK tll PtlM (if every rhllil ntmni imf (mm In riile Hie milk wlileli cihikm frm n In furt free from the titnlcr ltw ipiIiv tnl'wulwl from the It klHiiil.l he pnvteiirlzed. rttttlf. tt H ( tlmatiil tlwt In Nr l (J ami to wr tvnt I'linlieiiiMire Y(rtk Oty lcl-t- i vlullmiro U inie)-Mirto nmhn Hire tlmt infteiirlmtlim f (Ih ehlldrni tlmt illo In luxfillnH )irlT nt tNlwrculit! die nf Ixitlnu U cnrrleil on In the nreiNT innniier. nt Paint Lick, Kentuqky. Chevrolet "F U 50" Touring Car, 1,295.00, f. o. b. Flint, Michigan. hl Hnti-im-n- - We Have It CALL US tiil'i-rciill- fur ' lnl y Let US Mail it to You. , H.lnt i.iit tlmt tlx country Imi Im-iwy fnw to BtniriTlMtc tlic Krcntnei of Imvliii? filberctlloil of I In- III ilil'.lnli. Till lioctl for prrater lutwnul.l. Mcllrnl nulliorltlc otlH-rttU- e the jMihllc milk It uHliJeet to treat ilnneer he (hiim' It l mtinc on the numiitlin tlwt It Iwx Iteeti ir(itt:tei liy pr(iM-- r cnuii)lin: the ttvtilMim. WcRoberts Drug Store Cheap snd Prttty Home. Ore of the rnnut lntrrct,nc cxlilhtta ahow nt the llrltlsh Dairy r. cottnpe, complete. n l.trce entrnnco hall, carrlnse paid t the ncarcat frclcht atnlton. prlceil at SS73. Tho house l made of aahca. tiv a compound of aalieatoa anil cement nnd the manufacturer describe It aa "weather-proof- , rntpronf and (2iiuipproof.M A charmlnK little week cud cottacc of two rooms I offered h four-roo- The Lancaster Box 486. Buck Co. L. B. CONN, Prop. Lancaster, Ky. AT CONN AND CONN GARAGE. FOR SALE Saddle Stallion and Jock I will offer for sale privately my splendid saddle stallion He is one of the best saddle stallion in Garrard county and a splendid breeder. He is of tlic Peavine and Denmark stock and none better can be found. Also my fine Black Jack Fine aize, good bone and a great breeder. PAINT LICK, KY. WALKING DAN. BOYD WAGERS J. B. CREECH, ROUTE NO. 3. TRY SAVING YOUR The Garrard Bank & Trust Go, CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. g The way of tho SAFE is the way of the dollar. It is no gamble. It is a sure .thing. Follow the course of wisdom and place some of your earnings into safe keeping in the substantial banking system of this community. Get a book today. Get the saving habit with it. duty-doint. J. J. Walker, F. HuJson, I'reildcnt. DavMion, Cashier. L. 0. W. O. Jtlfney, Asit. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Wm. P. Millet, Teller. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ats't Teller. The SAFE VVtiy 11. cnlleil upH. fur a h..iiki lM.lil I eoiicemtHl. menly a a Huh h Hi In Hie preent omen:i iir, llio ap.tlal A SUGAR SUBSTITUTE ht t.xiert tlmt It will imike am li n hatllmc avorajru that It will hfreaflet hnve h recular taare In Iinlllnu orWill der. New Sweet Undoubtedly TliN I n chu where the tute inakua ao im.m ihnt tint regular Make a Place (or Itself in who.e HmT It tNkei. ir.ny have Every Household. warm the hencli. While it I nut IlkeK Hint till new aweet will replace aueat for tahle ue In iionnal iliuea. It un Has a Delicious Flavor Somewhat dotiliteilly w IHIk ,,(,.,, fl. ltH,f Honey, Which Adds n Un, houeliold a It Is doing in the Greatly to Its Payability miinnfnctur,' of food pnaliuta. It i and Value In Cooking. an excellent, Wholcum,. lnm. nml no account of It dellclou (t'trtuithl liy tho t'nllO'l HUtoo Popart. perlor to upar for aomellavor. la an pnrHiava In mem fit Aamvuiiurv. , Jlnll uznr flnip l n lirnml iww cooklni; and Imklnir. ! which Ikii arrived on n comuirr-rln- l mli nt the iycliolostrol moment THOROUGHLY WASH ALL FOWL y llif In rdlpvp th Ui5r slmrinKO, Kfllltii nf the hurenil of chemistry, Sk n of Poultry la Frequently Very hIhj have tnvestlented nrloua autiMI Dirty When Drought From Mar. tute for ucar. In mMltlon t lielnc ket Ue Warm Water. tlell-ron vurvt. tnnlt kusiiv flrup lum n flnvor onifwlint ren'iiiMliic tlmt (Prrparnl by tho t'nlloJ fltatri Dpart-men- t of ARrlcuiluro.l "f honey, which nihta much In Ita The klll Of iMIllllrV l frwiM..nll,- hikI viilne ii n kticnr Mihtl very dirty when hroiiKhl .'rom the tute uiuikci. i .irtiH aiiouiii not only lie Whllo limit ui:nr lia lone hei-t- i known to rhetnlM. Il imxlmtlon on wniioti, nut MTUhhotl with ti aoft liruali nnd warm water In which a ii eommerelol renlo la only hvclmiliii: of hiiklns wain hna hwn Two factor have atlmuhiteil lt proSihIi treatment will preent duction recently. The uliortnte of usnr hn ilexoloiwtl n market for It. ine iiimurniililo nnd iionnyM taate nml the recent prohlhltlou low hni orten iiotlcenhle In cooVed lamltr)'. roulliy ahoiild he drawn Immodlntc- imule HVnllHhle hotli the rnw muterliil ! 1...... l.... neiiliil for ll l.V. mill llllle It In Hint th( iiiachlnery v iHituufat'ttiro. Mult hiisnr lrup la minle kllliil wry recently. It ahoiild ho wilulm! from the (wiihi pruliia nn heer anil limy ! made fnm corn or MitntiM' or nny WMin. I'ljultrj- tlmt U dninn directly plant Hiinli. llarley, which niter uiiiuiK. on tiie contniry, . I, l ", limn ueii. it urn ti'eil until recently In the mntui Kaill.tl. tt iiv, hcer, ciin ln iimiI now to ahoutd ho Iiiiiik In a cold plnce or put fHituie of into l lie ice lox with n piece of tlinr. produce tnnlt sugar lnip. Ilrewerle. with very Utile clmnp.v coal inside thi tmlr. Cold atorocc can he iiel hihI nre now holme unl vlitckt'ii. under no clreimistnmiia, for It manufacture. L'p to n certain should remain In n wnrm room before Hlnt the procenH for uuiklnc mult ciMiklng. Such H)iiliry aliould ho kept at u cool leinpeniture nml ciHikeil n ausnr rlrup U the annie n the proce soon n wMlle. ah colli dtonise fiMMi, for mnklni: heer. i:vnHinilliiK pnn when hriiiiL'ht lnti. n iit,nitr. ptiiiiiiml nil'lltlinml iipilpmeiit tlir, ktuiIlM ,lllli-l;tMum .if Uy hrewcrlea to tiecotuo mull lllnetui traced to the uae of ktich foia) eupir lrup fnctorlea. Mnlt aticnr alrup Uxika very much are merely Hue n cnrele- - Imiiilllni! like uinplo klrup. ll Can lo mil fo, umi neiay in cihikiiiJ. eveOllilUK Unit culm -- UKiir la umh! foi While It me. on the tnhle tuny not he ipilte na convenient aa aiipir, It W n TO moat oxcelletit MihMltuto for tnhle U' when Misnr U not to he hail, n It not only provide nweetneni hut I iijlial ti aucnr In fixnl Mtlue. Tor cooking nml luiklm; MiriMiMs mid for miiklnc ciunl) Potato miIikI ftn 'ii ill e uimlo of cold It I not only eiunl to aticnr In con nml food mi I lie. hut U au uollisl, hot baked, ixiMtiH. Miili'iu-hecnue It will IHTj'ir for 'nine The stove will kci,; tta ajftUti If It iiokixi rtndlly cryHtulllze. Mmt aunr alrup Is now hcltij; aold la ruhheil down with a liewspapcr. to runmicrclnl in Inrpe iuuutltle hnkerlon mid candy nnd Thin linen blind n,ny lie reudereil uiuufMcturer. who um It In ,ilnie of atroiiKer by putlnK inrrow tupe down na quoted iiuli aide, auunr. The wholenlo prl In tnnle pn In recent ntlvertlM-mrntKr and eUewhere I from 7 to 11 If you tniikt rvty urum the oh a rnncr cent per pound in barrel lot. Mini) for covkliii: preaervea, ulvii)a use an It yet, lie ukbeito retail crocera do not hutidle. mat. cnue there liar heell Utile .demntid for (JnHvr It on the mrt of hotKewlu-amay l Cnudle Krcnsu on li can now oMnln It nnd no douht will he removed by of blotting luitwi Clad to ili " na the demtind for It In and hot Iron. Ilimaewlvea enn well conere crenwa. upply or austir liy their d .niMn (Irak atnln on cloihloi; khuuld Ik utlni: It In cook Inc. huklm: nud home- aoaked In parntlln. The tinruiMit ma) Hie itifcllona, nml nm on made then bo wakhed aa uaual. tnhle for awecteiilni; coffee, ootliiiul and dekterta. It can h uhi for eer ' Have you ?ver trlel a clothe pin f"r "I'11'1 Ui:iir la Ued. II punM of uppleaj It houowlv, went II. the grycer to rvmovtf tho cores ilTectlvily thv aa a will do this qulto as -. wilt fit It. - ' rrgular corer. Allhoiifcli mult auifar sirup la Lt'lu- MALT SIRUP GOOD AS ui. l: ' ll la n 'nnrknlilc.'' ptillAopelinta I' iy Mild (Hd Cwlscr, -- tlmt llio man i. doe not know much of nnjlliiii; ernl knuwa Hint little all aikew, uu-nl'imiiiiics the fne and attitude or one who knows cverythlnc and I nwnn. tlmt when lie ilepnrt thu llfu n wiodmn will die with him. Tlil- tnnce la mot often found In horai doctor, eroccry store aapea nnd Irllllnc son In law, aurh aa mine." Country an-pe- Their Appi.-.ranc- e. a i &173. Coitlctucn. OFFICIAL NOTICE OF Special... Election ... IN Garrard County, Kentucky, ON thor-oualil- TUESOAY, MARCH 30th, 1920 REGULAR TERMi GARRAUD COUNTY COURT; JANUARY 'JC, 1920. PRESENT: Hon. Forest Stnpp, JuiIro. This day came, R. G. Woods nnd two hundred nnd thirty two other Citizens nnd legally qualified voters of Garrard County, Kentucky, who aro free holders of the County, and petitioned the Court to make an order on his order Look directing the OtTicera of the Election in nil voting precincts in the County, to open a poll on TUESDAY MARCH 30, 192C, to take scnio of the legal voters of said County upon the question "Are you in favor of issuing $192,000,00 in Uonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges." Snld Honda to bear interest not to exceed live per cent per nnuuni with coupons attnclicd, payable sembannuully. Said Uonds to be in deless than One Hundred Dollars or more than One Thounominations of-nyears, and sand Dollars to run not leas than live nor more than twenty-on- e to be redeemed within that time at the pleasure of the Garrard County Fircal Court nnd to be sold nt not loss par value and accrued interest. Wherefore it is ordered by the Court, thnt the tegular otficers of the election, in nil tho voting precincts in the county will open a poll on Tuesday March 30, 1920, to take the sense of tho legal voters in said County upon o the question "Are you in favor of issuing $192,000.00 in Uonds for the of building roads nnd bridges." The sheriff of said County is directed to ndvertUo said election and the object thereof, for at least 30 days next before tho day thereof, in aome ncwapapi-- r having tho largeit circulation in tho County and alio by printed hand bills posted up at not less than four public places in each voting precinct in the County and at the Court House Door. Tho County Clerk Is directed to have printed, upon the Uallot, the question, "Are you in favor of issuing $192,000.00 in Uonds for tho pur-poof building roads and bridges," ami to leave two places upon the right of snld question: One for votes favoring the lime, to be designated by the word "Yes" and one for votes oppoting the inue to be designated by the word "No", nnd raid Uallot to be printed na provided for in tho General Election Laws, Section 14C9 Kentucky Statutes. Said Election shall in all respects, be held in accordance with the general Election Laws of the state. It is further provided that nil the money raised by the sale of the said bonds shall Le used solely and alone for the building, construction, or' of roads of nsphaltum, concrete, brick, stono block, macadam, gravel or other processes of equal merit. FOREST STAPP, Judge of Garrard County Court. $a This notice is given in pursuance to above order of the Garrard' County ' Court. Tills 2ltth day of January 1920. A. K. WALKER, Sheriff of Garrard County.. pur-poiie - la-e- ar-th- plEREST e ue aoft-lrlu- k tm-uu- - '' I The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Mch 8, 1 1 920 In Memorials!. In loving remembrance ot our dearly beloved daughter, Mrs. Km ma I.cc Scott Blanks, who depnrted this life. March nth, 1918. Just two sad years have passed, Since we raw our dear daughter Inst, Hut her memory Is as dear As in the hour she passed away, Once again we hope to meet her. When the day of life is fled. Then In Heaven, we hope to greet her. Where no farewell tear Is shed to-dan PASTORS URGED To Attend Conference. Dr. E. L. Powell, of Louisville, writ Mlnltlcrt Aiktnf lhIr Present at Stat Mvotlng In Louli. ill. LKXINGTONJCy., March 10Dr. K. I Powell pnstor of the Flrt Christian Church nt Louisville, nml one of the best known ministers of the Dcsclplc of Christ, ha written GALVANIZED NEW OIL STOCK GAME IS BARED Service Station Securities Sold In State Catch Many Un- a letter to the ministers of the dc nomination in Kentucky, urging them to attend the State Conference in the Pint Church March 17, 18 and IP and obtain flrt hand knowledge of the World Movement, under whose auspices the conference U called. "I know of no people," says Dr. Powell, In hit letter, "who can more conscientiously and enthusiastically enter into this movement than the Disciples of Christ. Critic or friend, come to this high place of vision and outlook on tho great interests of the Kingdom." Dr. Powell states that transports tlon expenses of all ministers who attend the conference will he paid and that the only expense to which they will be while in the city is for their board and room. Inter-Cliurch ROOFING get and we are not going to be able to furnish but a small centage of our customers. OUR PRICE IS $9.00 3 V Crimp or 1 4 Inch Corrugated. IF YOU WANT ANY GET IT AT ONCE. 1-- wary Investors. Ind.. Stoek sales-melarge numbers have recently come te this part of Indiana, selling securities in oil marketing enterprises, which aim nt the whelesnle establishment of gaioline service stations. The salesmen have recently been in this city, Cnmbringe City Richmond nnd other eastern Indiana cities and in some places have sue considerable ceeded in interesting money in the venture. The plan Is to erect a service station after selling stock. The stock holders are to receive "operation certificates," which provide that nt the end of each month the sum of 1 rent on each gallon of gniollne sold will be refunded to the holders of these certificates. "Not F.mlll.r With Uu.ln.." The National Petroleum News, nn nil paper publiihed at Cleveland, O., recently published nn article concern ing similar promotion companies, says "these enterprises ns yet are ap parently utmost entirety on n stock sales basis. They are being directed in every case by men who nre not at nil familiar with nny phase of the oil business." The plan, nrcerdlng t the oil originated in lown and has spread exceedingly fast to other states. As far as is known, this part of the state is the first ta be visited by the promoters. The Petroleum N'ews says: "Their method of procedure is to throw n gang of salesmen Into the sninll towns and sell to the farmers ami merchants what they call "operating certificates," in most cases fer In return, the com$250 apiece. pany agrees to establish in those towns service stations nnd to deposit in n local bank 1 cent a gallon far nil gasoline sales nnd 5 per cent of the gross sales of oils, greases and what automobile accessories nre carried. "Certificate holders are to be paid bock monthly from this sum. The company agrees to pay back In this manner $G00 for each S2S0 secured; but Is sets no time limit within which such payments must be made In fulL It could be done in ten years, or fifty years, or 100 years, nnd still the company would live up to its contract. The paper points out that in I.e Claire, la., a service station of this character was established, the com pany selling twenty-thre- e operating certificates, thus raising the sum of $C,7C0 to operate the station. No sum is specified ns to the amount of money that will be Invested In erect ing the station, and it is pointed out that most of the money could readily go back to the stock salesmen. The Le Claire station was the first erected by one of these companies, it Is said, and the best weeks business was 260 gallons of gasoline. According to the oil paper, one of the stockholders ro ceived I2.0T on his investment for five months. The Petroleum News Miys that the stations must buy their products from competing companies, because they own no oil lands or leases, and, in selling the products, they must meet competition and at the same time pay the stockholders 1 cent n gallon on the gasoline. Reprint from the F.vansvillc Ind.. Courier, Wednesday, Feb. 11, 1020. NKWCASTl.K, In Mother. co Mr. Abe llurton Is ill with flu. The flu victims are improving In We now have galvanized roofing in stock but it is hard to per- Essay On Men. A little girl wrote the following composition on men: "Men are whnt marry- - They drink flnd women smoke nnd swear but don't go to We can save you $20.00 if you act at once. Our next car of wagons will be $20.00 higher. 3 Inch Complete $145.00 2 4 Inch Complete $140. HURRY AND GET YOURS. 3-a church. Perhaps if they wore bonnets, they would. They are more logical than woman and also more zoological. Both men and women sprung from monkeys, but the women sprung farther than the men." We can save you money on SEED POTATOES, SEED OATS AND COW PEAS. Seed Sold Out. Big headlines on the front page of last weeks Farmers Home Journal announce the fact that Messrs B. L, Kclley and Sons of this county have sold out their supply of tobacco seed This proves two things, the high qual ity of the seed and that "it pays to advertise." Messrs Kclley have estnb' lished an enviable reputation for their tobacco seed, and arc Hooded every year with hundreds of orders in excess of their supply, notwithstanding their output is materially increased every year. RAISE HOGS AT LESS COST. You can easily do this by giving them a few doses of B. A. THOMAS' HOG POWDER every week. It causes your hogs to digest and assimilate all the food that is fed them. It is a tonic nnd conditioner, thereby causing your hogs to fatten in shorter time and on leu feed. Wc sell it. W. A. DICKENSON'. Our second car of oats is nearly gone. We are letting them go at $1.15 per bushel, which is a very low 'price. Phone or send us your order at once. "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" Welches Dept Cordial Indorsement Elva was left nlotiu with grandma for the day. An mint, upon her return, - Store. Old Her Best to Qtt There. When Lucy's teacher told her that she was five mlnutm Isle for roll call. she replied: "I didn't menn to bo latn. aud If I hadn t ronned all the way, I'd been a heap later.' this community. Mr. Tommie Murphy was n pleas nnt caller at Coy Friday. Mrs. Ilelle Simpson was the gueit of Mrs. Colemnn Locker Friday, Messrs Coleman Locker and Robert Carter were In Lancaster Monday, Mr. Andrew Simpson sold two fox hounds to Mr. Burgess of Madison for $100. Miss Jessie II. Ray and brother, Elmer were recent guests of Mrs. Josie Matthews. .Mr. Aimer Ray of Loyd was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Klijah Mc M'llian Wednesday. Miss Maudie Clouse spent Sunday night and Monday with her slater, Mrs. Mymie Mr. Mcldrrn Simpson was the week end guest of his sister, Mrs. Essie M. Vnught of Lancaster Quito a few young folks attended the randy party nt Mr. A. Simpson's Inured)- - night. All report a good time. Mr. W. C. Sanders was in trr Tuesday en business and was the dinner guest of Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Vaught. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphy were the afternoon guests of hr father, MrJames Littrell, Friday. Mr. Littrell is very III at this writing. Mr. R. P. Long of Lancaster has been a pleasant caller In our midst the past week. Come again Mr. Long wc are always glad to have you with us - joooooeoecxKxxxxxxxxxiaD KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE. Classified Column RATES i Single insertions le a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of Ave. Phone orders must be paid promptly. 1 BEREA, KENTUCKY. Htr I I Prstty Good Cinch. As n rule, when n mnn manages to) sell himself nt his own valuation there Is n pretty rood cinch that there Is s swindled purchaser In the community.) J Houston Post. j Advertisement. We will be glad to assist all our patrons to make exchange of their. Liberty Bonds, from which all cou- -' pons have been clipped, for permanent bonds. Please bring them in early. Citizens National Bank. said. "Did jou have a nlcn day, RivalI had a tine day "O, yes," she replied. grandma Just minded mo perfectly." c Small house for rent. I. P. NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS Wc are now ready to receive the bonds of Uie third Issue only that they may be sent for exchange for j permanent Bonds. The Garrard Bank and Trust Co. j Cow and Mule We have just received a full line of all kinds of Cow, Mule Thompson. LOST on the streets In ter, March 12th, u bunch of about 12 keys. Return to Cronley Rroaddus. FOR SALE; A nice dining table and chairs, alto white willow baby Mrs. K. W. Harris. bassinet. FOR RENT: New six room bungalow, with light nnd water on Hill W. II. Mom, Jr Court. 1 tf. Indiana Farms For Sale ' 210 acres good land well Improved I and located, good grain and grass farm, 5 '.4 miles of Bloomlngton Ind' inna, at II.'5.00. j 200 acre farm, 7 miles of Bloom- - j ington, lays fair, fair improvements,! good grass nnd grain land, near rail road station. Lot of timber. Quick sale price $50.00. SO ncrc-- fine laying, good improvements, C miles of Bloomlngton, Ind., by March 25th, $7,500. Terms and Spring possession, if desired. Address, J. W. JACKSON, Bloomlngton, Ind. pd. s FEED Per Cent FOR SALE Five head of mares and geldings. J. C. Rlgsby, Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike. 318.2t pd. and Poultry Feed. STRAYED From mv nlaee. Frl day 13th, yellow sow, weight about 17G pounds. Oats 99 Come in and get your Purity AND Cotton Seed Meal for sale. Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnnu. Kewnrd. Mack Turner, tf. Marksbury, Ky. Shortage of School Teachers. The report or the United States liureau of Education on the shortage of school leather gives the detailed facts of n serious condition in this country, whose existence has recognised for some time. According to the Bureau report, 18,270 schools closed last year be cause of lack of teachers and 41,000 were taught by teachers character, ized us "below standard, but taken temporarily on emergency." The explanation for this condition is largely found in another paragraph of the report which states thnt the average salary paid elementary teachers was $000, nnd ) 1,9.11 for high school teachers. With tucrt salaries we cannot expect to com mnnd the necessary nutubyrof teacher to fill the dcmnnifirand mnny of thoso In the profession are worth! hs. teaching must at least be ma te as attractive financially as the com monest form of day labor, and until it Is we may expect to see our schools closed in Urge number, and other doing work which is mediocre, I have 30 bushels of fine seed com for sale at $4. per bushel, OH ear to II. K. Kclley, bushel. 318-4- t pd. Lancaster, R. It. 1. For Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, CLOVER, BLUE TIMOTHY FOR SALE One good marc, will tirlve and work nny where. Mrs. J. II. Prewitt. Marksbury, Kyt 312 3t. LOST between Powell' grocery nnd Post office, n ladies purple nnd GRASS SEED black vnrn scarf. Record office, Plense leave nt the Mrs, James Turner Repairing, Painting and all kinds of before the prices Jump again. Bring us your PRODUCE for Highest Market price. Also JUNK of all kinds. Phone 35. WANTEDi A tenant of experience to raise tobacco on a Fayette county ufrm. Call Ob-Bryants vlllo exchange, pd. Mattlo Hampton. WANTED: To purchaso a small farm from 14 to 40 acres near tho lioyle line. Well Improved. Georgia Anderson, U. Secnnd Street, Danville Ky. 3.4.3L FOR SALE One pair of Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P.B.Williams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quiek Service and Good Work H. 6. Bailey & Opposite Conn Bros. Shops. Sons , extra good horse mules Ave and six year old. Will sell worth the money. Z. T. Rice and Co. Phone 347 A, D. B. Pelphrey, four mile out on the Buckeye pike.