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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 1, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920040101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 1, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 12 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 1, 1920. TODAY THIRTY riRIT YEAR NUMBER I. Two In One I Shoo Polith Three In One U Machine oil. Four and Ono U Five, li what you Five unit owe u on your subscription. i SUCCESSFUL QUICK JUSTICE BOND ISSUE" HORSES, HORSES, NO HOUSEWIFE Mr, S. II. Estcs, who hos been con-- 1 many women are under tho impres- le Hood Issue election held last Tuesday, favoring the Issuing of ducting a livery and feed barn at thc,0n that low price and big quantity meeting now and ! o'clock, Mr. Clayton Marsee, stream. The short 102,000 In bonds for the purpose of work house property, tells us that mean economy. In progress at the Christian Church who reside Just outside the city way the dirt waa being turned Is The iiotn are mistaken. This I par- Good limit on the Huckeye pike, heard building roads nnd bridges In Gar the patronage wa not sumeiem 101 proving quite successful. during the pretty weather of last rowds are attending tho services county was carried nlmost un Justify him In continuing the busi- - ticularly true of Baking Powder. call, and upon opening the rard some one week indicate that tho farmer from evening to evening and several front door, some one asked If she had animously In it favor, the result ness, nnd he ha rented the property There I n limit to the quality of a making up for loot time. ' the any buttermilk or cold meat to sell showing that 1407 voters favored it to a Mr. Dctherage of Stanford, who Baking Powder. None can be better havi already been added to hlle the meager number of 153 will convert it into another garage, than the best. The price asked is Betwixt trying to cultivate a half hurch. The servlcea will continue him, upon receiving a negative ansOn Saturday afternoon one may merely on indication of the value the People of the town wer, the caller, n negro, replied, "I cast their votes against it acre garden and raise a few chickens until Sunday. Every Precinct Favors it. count nt Ienst one hundred hones manufacturer place on hi product during hi apare time, the town bust and county are earnestly Invited to know you have", and started for the That every precinct in the county hitched around the town; in alleys, lor the amount of profit he wants to attend the meetings throughout the door. Mr. Marsee was in town and new man has his hand full. favored the Issuing of these bonds I on side streets, on the public square, make. remainder of the week. Mrs. Marsee was alone with her two The old malady, Spring fever, both Sunday, the last day of the meet little children. The negro' action very gratifying, as all nine precincts In front of the various churches and! For example: Calumet Baking contagious, infectious and progress- ing, will be marked by special Kaster alarmed her and she slammed the showed substantial majorities in Its anywhere that hitching room may be Powder is the highest grade Baking I Powder made. It has been proved ive, has struck us in full force, and services In the morning, the closing door in his face; ho lingered about favor. Out of 470 votes cast in found. Now this Is a state of aflatrs that best by test Still, Calumet is sold medical science hit not as yet dls evangelistic meeting in the evening the premises for sometime, frequent IiryanUville only nine voted "So", covered a serum to ward it off. and possibly a baptismal service In ly whistling and otherwise disturbing while 224 votes were cast at Paint should not be allowed to exist in nlnt n moderate price the lowest pos- 3 town the sixe of Lancaster. Therelsible price. the afternoon. At the morning hour Mrs. thoroughly ,Ick, with only opposing it who Marsee, Local anglera have already been an Easter cantata will bo rendered. The vote by precincts is as fol- - should of course be ample accommo-- l This combination of price and frightened, screamed until her crie wetting their line, and several good The choir of the church has worked lows : dations for the care of the horses of I quality unexcelled represents the neighbors, at whose apYES NO people coming in from the country, I very utmost of economy. To pay catches were made last week at "the faithfully on this cantata for the past attracted proach the intruder fled. Mrs. MarC 214 Court House mouth of the fork", amall mouth two weeks. Some of tho best voice and this trade should be of sufficient I more than is asked for Calumet is to see gava an accurate description of 30 magnitude to justify at least one squander money for something no 108 black bass, the earnest fish that In town will participate In the canEast Park the negro which tallied with Lewis 11 good livery and feed barn, which,! Baking Powder manufacturer 220 swims. can tata and in addition to the full Yantis, nnd he was immediately West Park 0 notwithstanding the rapidly Increas- - give that is, equal or superior quot 199 East IiryanUville has gone, the Ground Hog' choruses, ipecial solo, duet, trio and sought He was found on the "chute" West Bryantsvllle, March 3 ing number of nutomoblles, Is a 208 To pay less than is nsked for allotted time ha passed into history, quartet parts will be given In the and taken before Mr. Marsee, who Buckeye 44 ccssity in n town of the sixe of Lnn-- 1 Calumet means buying big bulk and 01 A real mus readily identified him as the negro next Sunday I Raster, and accord course of the rendition, 23 caster, and situated as we are in the I Inferior quality a most extravagant 41 Walkers School House In to the reckoning of all tho oldest ical treat is In store for nil who will Mho had disturbed her, nnd he was I procedure. 3 heart of a farming community. 221 At the close of taken to Jail. Circuit court being in Paint Lick Inhabitants, we are due to have some attend the services. 27 09 Union If restrictions were placed upon! the musical program a short talk will session, Judge Hardin impaneled pretty weather. this Indiscriminate hitching, a city WOMANLESS be made by the minister and an In- special grand Jur'i the negro was 1G3 ordinance for instance, which would 1497 Total posture" In Lancaster is vitation extended to any who would indicted for detaining a woman "Cow It was a great day for Garrard long since a thing of the past, and take membership with the congrega against her will, was tried and quick the town man who desire the luxury tion or confess Christ for the first ly given the limit, seven year In the County and shows very' conclusively the street itI would bring to the livery I 1. .It it.- that the people of the county are of keeping a cow, will be compelled time. penitentiary. tO AnOttiei' right "out in front" when it come to fully theirs, and enable them to main- - KepeateCl to drive her backward and forward to It was the last day of court, and progressive ideals and the betterment tain suitable accommodations to care country for grating. the Roll Call, there being no necessity for waiting of the roads in Garrard, which in the Audience. public as now use Yantis was taken to Frankfort by last few months, have become almost for such of the horses. Hones hitched on the street Baby Girl. Church. automobile at 5 o'clock Saturday I mpassable, The "Womnnlesa Wedding" wa naturally become restive, they square - afternoon, to begin his term of imgirl arrived at A beautiful baby The first Sunday in May a RollThe favoring of this bond issue by themselves round onto the sidewalk, repeated on last Friday evening at Deputy' Tommie Bal the home of Mr. and Mr. Carlton call and Service will be prisonment the people of the county Insures u to the nedlstrains n nuisance, and a tho School Auditorium to a crowd nl Elkln last Friday afternoon, to add conducted at the llaptitt Church. lard and Davi Sutton, took him to of the best and latest improved built peril to ladles and children, who de most equalling the one witnessing more blessing to this happy house This I the most important sen-icthe first performance. It seems that of gether with Mr. Padgett, convicted roads In the state, and will be known sire to pass them. performers in hold. church veer, and It is exnected of killing her husband and Andy as the Federal Highway, traversing th When the heated season begins, the list of ametuer that every member who can possibly Ueatley convicted of killing William the county from West to East, a dis they will create filth, attract flies and Lancaster Is almost inexhaustible, tten.l will be. nresenL An interest- - uenion. iom 01 wnom were incu m tance of about twenty-on- e miles, prove generally obnoxious. Aside for notwithstanding the caste was this term of court , ... i Beginning at the Boyle county line 1CVII1 .l- - (Kuiuiia kiicii i. uiv uiu considerably changed, it did not the ing and highly profitable program is : Mr Adolph Joseph, who i i mc Thus is justice administered In the at Kings Mill on the Lexington pike, perform- being arranged for that service. that It i cruelty to animal to keep I Prove detrimental to the chairman of the Armenian and Syrian flnCC. will be Easter Com good county of Garrard. There was thence to Camp Dick Hobinson, . This Sunday .tnn.llni Mtchxt nil nt Annr Relief work In this county wishes to , "e v"nen no indication of mob violence, we we thank those who took part In the munion day. The pastor will speak are a law abiding community, in thence to Lancaster and on to Paint in all kind, of weather .and it i not I, tn PeeU, As,.,,...,,. , . . I inn uenci runo, aim nunc u nuB ... on the subject "The Three-fol- d Lick over the Richmond road, con "Womanlesa Wedding" as well a ii. -- .i w A large clined to allow the law to take its necting with the Madison county line stand out for twenty four hours at n those who gave their, presence, re pect of the Resurrection". Saturday was the last course, but attendance Is urged. Is now up to Mad stretch, without food or water. Lick. It at Paint suiting in a neat sum or this very C. D. Strother. day of circuit court, the negro was ison to "como across" with her part For the several reasons given, ... t worthy cause. convicted of a heinous offense and of the road, which terminates at Civic Pride, the accommodation u. Disciples' there was no reason for delay. Richmond connecting with the East country friends, and for the pre The time of arrest, conviction and ern branch of the Dixie Highway at our vention of cruelty to animals, the Do not forget the Kaster Market incarceration in the penitentiary this point Lexington, Ky., Marcn JU, nresi hitching evil should be regulate 1 in Saturday at Haselden's Store. Th less than twelve hour, breaks the Kentucky Musi Hurry. Lancaster, and when it is. you will dent R. ILi Crossficld, of Transylvan a warning proceed will go toward furnishing City On state record, and I county thatto evil A dispatch from Washington says very quickly ee a thriving livery ia College, left Monday for Indianap- th the Infirmary for Girl in the new doer in Garrard olis to attend a meeting of the board that the state of Kentucky will lose itable established here. punlth them, and Orphans Home at Louisville. All 20th. LAW will was about 40 years quickly a good part ox the lederai am ap of education of the Disciple of Christ of age, propriation by Congress for highways member of the Christian Church are Yantis Tuesday and Wednesday. asked to contribute to this cause with and this is his second trip to the in, The board and the United Christian The announcement of the "Farm that stato unless road projects out further solicitation, Mission Society have of the penitentiary, having been convicted eligible for federal aid are submitted a nrlifnnnm Anril 8th world movement of the united in the Chickens, Egg, Truck Demonstration" tour Pies, Cakes. Meat. several years ago for house breaking, quickly. Tht. I Disciples, the the Information Central Kentucky Auto Dealers AsCandy and Vegetable for sale. He was in France eleven months with given to Congressman King Swope goal of which Is a fund of $60,000,- sociation of Lexington 1 being re 8:00 the A. E. F. by Thos. H. MacDonald, chief of the 000 in five years for the missionary ceived with praise from all quarter. Shop. New bureau of public roads, of the UnitThey will visit this city fourth, on M.. Miss I and educational work of the denomOn Anrit 8th. at 8:00 P. Home Jack Whlttaker and Carl Curtis Tuesday. April 20th, with a fleet of ed States Department of Agriculture. lm n. ...... will rlvi n Violin Rreital I Inatlon. best tonsorial pneumatic tired truck, trailers and two of Lancaster Joseph S. Doggs, commissioner of This year i2.uuu,uUu is 10 oe ra- Auditorium for the benefit of Burial public roads of Kentucky, made a re- at theNear-Eartists, have just opened up one of other hauling equipment vnlued at ed, nnd nentucxy s quoin is iuu,-SchoRelief. The High ana son quest of Congressman Swope that he the the most complete and Mrs. C. II. Englemsn $100,000, and givo demonstrations Girls' Glee Club will assist 000. The campaign will be discussed barber shop in the city, right on the of the adaptability of motor trucks Smith A. Englemsn, of Dlsmarck, N. endeavor to have a federal engineer ti,. w.i, Rrhnnl clrl. and their at the meeting of tho board and public square and adjoining the mil- under all conditions. D., were in tho city Saturday night assigned to road construction work teachers are giving their time and plan made for the realixation of the linery store of .Mrs. Ilella Francis. That a train of motor trucks can on their way to Lancaster. They in Kentucky, and Mr. Swope asked .m. c..... Th. alms sought rresiaeni t,rouneia lloth of these boys are very popu- be routed through the country and were accompanying the remains of the bureau of public roads to assign public is urged to cooperate to the MU return Thursday. lar and wo predict for them many operated on schedule time with ac- the daughter and sister. Miss Mary a man for such duty. The reply from . ui Hums iu year of prosperity in their chosen curacy and precision of a string of Clark Engleman, who died Wednes Mr. MacDonald wa to the effect that cxicm Auditorium. ih uMiiv the"i - i ADVANCE. JTKE.OO proALL of ity the profession. riding on iteel rails will be dem day of diabetes and other troubles, no action can bo taken by the federal ceeds go to this most worthy cause. car onstrated here when the convoy of after an illness of some weeks. It government in connection with the NO. 1, Admission: Children 25 cenU. pneumatic tired trucks arrives April was intended that the burial should state highway building until the Adults SO cents. Mr. William Duncan, aged about 20th, on a demonstrating tour in this take place Sunday afternoon, but on states submit their project, a the County 00 years, died at his home near Uuena section under the auspices of the account of a misunderstanding it was initiative is with the states under the Besides the federal law. deferred until Monday. Vista last Friday evening of tuber- Lexington dealers association. The Criterion Quartet, America's Mr. MacDonald explained that the According to George F. Smith in mother and brother, Miss Engleman culosis after an Illness of several foremost male singing organisation, was a Lancaster, year. For many year he had con. charge of the caravan the trucks will left several sister. SheEngleman, appropriation for the current fiscal All members of the Garrard county will be heard in Recital in year will lapso June 6, unless or 1020, ducted a (tore at Duena Vista and not only complete each day' sche daughter of Mr. C. Butler Teachers Federation are eaxneifUy Ky., on tho evening of April 21, was very popular and had many dule on time but will stop on the way who for many years lived at Paint rangemenU for It expenditure havo reouested to attend a meeting of tho under the auspices or btormcj urug friends who are aorry of hi passing to haul merchandise, freight, produce, Lick, and for n whilo was agent for been made by that time, and that a L..i.niinn tn h. i .ncii.ter Sehani SUtc. This announcement, made to- iiHTfjatan4 ti tta a Ki r t itnte.s tilil mail way. Ho is survived by his widow live stock and crops of all kinds to the L. and S. at that place. He was building April 10, at 2:30 P. M. Im- - uay by w. u. jiason, wm oe receivcu show that the truck save time and related to the Engleman family of projects have not been submitted for portant who ha the deep sympathy of friend with interest by the musicnl lovers of . . business to be transacted. .1 Garrard County, as tho Criterion and neighbor. Ho was a member of labor and cost and doc not wear the this county and was a most excellent approval by me bureau oi good roaus Jas. It. Abner, President, only the Presbyterian church at that place road like the solid tiro vehicle man. Hi widow and children moved to use the amount allotted to KenGarrard Co. Teachers Federation. Quartet is univenally known not to their home in the Far West some tucky. Neither havo enough proand tho Interment took place at tho Hauling demonstration are free. for their ensemble ringing but for the This is tho year of tho motor truck. doien years ago. The children have jects been submitted to Justify tho cemetery near the church. individual merits of each artist On There were approximately 800,000 all been back home but the present Is appointment of a federal engineer to Music Critic have accorded th in use In the United State last year. the first time that Mr. Engleman has givo his entire time to the stato of Richmond Criterion Quartet an exalted position Its universal adoption has stimulated been here. Her many friend back Kentucky. among male Quartets and have pro- m. e -Where? ew n.l War., I - I Ve It l..1..et.. .tsneMMn MmnntV tho movement for better roads and It in Kentucky were glad to eo her not u T local contractor who havo a contract At Haselden'a Hardware Store. is estimated that over $800,000,000 withstanding her mission was such a LEGION you get! of five mile, of What can for the construction will bo spent on hard surfaced road sad one. Interior Journal. eMWW Ml U VIII KIT I lllll CB Dressed chicken, fresh egg, cake, during 1020. .. -- u .Ntiar.1i rf . I t V Successfully pies and everything for your Easter menced operations. Work is The tour will bo accompanied by Ing completion on the new concrete dinner. t speakers who have made an intimate Beds bridge over Back Creek at Point ' Who ha thla Market? I" T" : study of hauling problems and by eacn oincr, uie iniciyiv- Leavell, the culverts are all down and blend witn The Ladies of the Christian church. their demonstrations the trucks will If the number of fires seen thruout The American Legion Drive which work will begin in earnest this week. tatlons are sincere, sympathetic and For what purpose? prove that where before the road was the county last week is an Indication, and Inspiring. Invariably artistic To furnish the Girls' Infirmary In master of the truck the truck Is now Garrard is to have a large acreage of began here yesterday was quite sat The crusher will be placed at the isfactory and when all the returns quarry at the Denny farm, which Is Their voices have depth and volume the Christian Church Widows and master of the rosd. tobacco this year. Tho farmers who . that are essential in singing th most rI . !.. In it ts confidently predicted that They Orphan's Home at Louisville Wednesday, April 21st, the fleet have been greatly hindered by rain In are ... trvinir- operatic selections, and yet. i Garrard County will go "over the : hope to raise $00.00. Tho new visits Paint Lick, Richmond Messrs Iiugne. unu ware nave n. so cuperb Is their control that they and the preparing of their beds, took ad- top" as she always does In such noble building Is ready for occupancy now, Berea, On Thursday, April 22nd vantage of the pretty weather of last a lot of experience In road building, sing the most simple and delicate causes as this. and when completed this will be one The need of furnishings Is urgent. they go to Whitehall and Winchester. week, and fires were as thick as the truly a revAbout $500 had been reported last of the best turnpikes in the country. ballads with an art that la Don't you ,wat to help furnish this Friday, April 23rd North Middle-tow- n, proverbial fiddler in a warmer elation of the possibilities of the night and Commander John M. Farra room for little sick orphan girls! Millersbunr, Cynthlana. Sat- climate. OUR STORES WILL CLOSE AT voice. tells us that his corp of workers was Then coma to Market Saturday to urday, April 24th, at Jacksonville, The recital to be (riven here by the saw and St9 P. M. EACH DAY. COMMENAll kinds of plain and fancy sew- the beet organised he ever buy WIH appreciate a donation also. CentervIHe and Paris. Criterion Quartet Is in the nature of CING, MONDAY APRIL Slk. ing done, also hemstitching. Upstairs ho was very grateful for, the splendW "In as much as yo have dona, it unJ. E. DICKERS ON AND SON, a privute hearing and admission will showing made by them for the flat over Mrs. RelU Francis' millinery. Cotton Seed Meal for sale. to one of the least of these pvy brethJOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. be by Invitation only. Mn. Jim Cox, Mgr. days work. Hudson, Hughes and Famau. ren, ye have done It unto me." On last Friday evening between 8 Prc-East1 ne-lit- y. 1 1.1-- 1. It la nip and tuck wltli the email boy ami hla pa m to which caita the molt longing eyes at the ponds and MEETING Meted Out To Lewis Almost Unanimously Everywhere And Not A Should Be Confused By Carried. Place To Hitch. Prices. n Progress at Christian Yantis Charged With ...dozen Too mnny women think that TEN FOR at Lancaster Church. Invading the Home VOTE SHOWS OPPOSED IT. IT, garages, and ha last leat half livery cause the price of an nrticle is high. surviving her WHERE ONE stable is to be supplanted by another the qunllty must be high. Dellfhtful Program To Da Rendered of Clayton Marsee. Ily n majority of about ten to one, ono next week. While on the other hand, Just ns Sunday. be- Lancaster Baptist g e Large 1 Home-Comin- Very Grateful. Easter Market. "FARM TRUCK DEMONSTRATION" To Visit This Tuesday, April TRANSYLVANIA meet Head at VIOLIN RECITAL Barber P.M. Brought For ol at nnrcc Duncan. Garrard NOTICE Criterion Quartet Teachers Federation. Work Started A MARKET? DRIVE !..,.. n,. Road. "" 1 Many Tobacco Results for Campaigners. Burned. 'Z.JZat. IZTZ """ ""rL. W "' ' 1 1 1 Thg Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April PROPER BROODING IS LARGE FACTOR IN -! POULTRYMAN'S SUCCESS WITH CHICKENS i 1 , 1920 1 f., HATFIELD DENTIST More than throav rorr. A li tbe rar, chtci drop In anu natrr cure, trnt cboirra, uurrtinra ami therchl. durac One tlnwn a. ' OKlea ovar The. Garrard Bank. Pkaaaa Offlc. 5. Residence 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 4fe J.J.Byrne Exclusive Opttmetrist. tt mirion petupv vtir k dmtklnt; lo Wlr c j e-- Ik 2 wnl ntEF Brba ttmUf Co. tun atIIASELDEN BROS. rua-lt- ar At all .trusslst Mmwea..d 'Nklrl on tnedl ' Mie make II ralli.n.nf needs you Ret n great deal more than just many feet of lumber bundles of 3hlnt!en pounds of nails or panels of Beaver Uoa? When you let us supply your buildin You pet tho benefit of our uuiiair Door Back of Board Front Can Be Slid Forward at Night to Pre. vent Anlmalt Entering Coop. OsTica Hour 8 to 12 sad 1 lo 8 p.m. H're parnJ br the Failed stales Oepvrt-- 1 her, and after n few dnj may develop innn in Agriculture j lnio strong, Ill'llllliy CHICK. Lou From Free Rang. Tln lienrt of every poultry keeper J . rejoice when his hatches nre full one, i The lna In young chicks duo to nl Till Joy, however, quickly turn In lowing the lion fn-- range la umlouht- If the baby chicks do notjcdly large. Chickens frequently line distrc successful brooding In bo their coop DIRECTOR i thrive, and tin? difficult oierntlnn. of! durlnit cntight and put Intothey are npt u trodden storm, na chlrkcn Office Over National Hank. ix'clully fur n beginner. Mnny pimllry j to huddle In some hole or corner, where kecjicr who are nlil to secure good they cot chilled or drowned. They Residence Fhone 3. Ortlce Phone .27 egg yield nnd fair hatches make n , tiuiM be kept growing constantly If the LANCASTER, KY. failure of hmodlng chicken, cither In best nult lire to he obtained, a they raising only n small erceiitago of the never entirely recover from cheek In chicken hatched or In falling tn reiir their crowtli. even for n ahort ihtIixI. strong, vlgorou birds which develop IIciih are iiMinlly left with their youne Into E m I breeding stock. chirk n lone ni they will lirtxxl Ilroodlng with hen In the sliupte.t them, while aome hena freiiently com nnd eiileit way to rnle n few chick mence to Iny hufore the chicken, are cum mid Is the method which la ucd wenned. . Xentuoky. iilmoiit exclunlvely on the nvcrnga' fnnu, according to United Stntea of ncrlcullure iipeclnlUtn. POULTRY PROFITABLE I Artificial nre iiecesanry brooder TO AVERAGE FARMER where winter or very enrly chicken nre rnlaed, whero only Ichorns or VETERINARIAN. ' other nonnettliu: breed of poultry nro Call Answered Promptly Day or kept, or where Inrce number of chick Food Products Can Be Obtained en tiro raised comtiierclnlly. Night. Phona 317. Absolutely Fresh. Rearing Chickens With Hen. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Kitting hen should he cotitlneil to kllKhtly dnrkeneil ne.ts nt hatchlnc Expense of Keeping Small Fleck Is theyj Small Because Fowls Find Scattime nnd not llfturlnil tinle itep on or pick their chicken when, tered Grain and They Also hutching. In which nine the chickens Feed on Bugs and Worms. tdiould be removed a coon n dry. In DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Novel Pencil Holder. An old founlnln pen makes n novel pencil holder and uc up small pieces of pencil which might olhrmle he Knird. Itemnve the cap In which the pen Is held and screw- - Hie iirll stub In It place. The thread will hold the pencil firmly. M J. A. Beazlev H. -- MINERAL Food Value ef Oatmeal. 1 he value of oatmeal in n liiumin food Is cfliihlliticd by Drs. II. I. Slier- man. J. C. Winter nnd V. Phillip In the Journal of IMolngtrnl Chemistry. Hut It need milk In addition, nnd the two together enn furnMi a iiinn wtih all the protein he need. Children's A material knowlcdRe nnd experience in Set vie Y that helps you Ret the results you wantj at th rlRht price. Service firct in plannii-.work more service in selecting proper mati. rials speedy service in delivennjc the Rood . You pay for the materials. Tho (tervK pya for itself in the larger volume of businct-i- t d customers brings through It will pay you to be one of fViem super-satisfie- Theology. e J. PATRICK, Dentist. llltle girl explained Ood'a hy sajltig that he waa every- where willioiit going there. A mall of boy. reflecting on the tnllced Satan, remarked: "I don't see how lie ever got to be so bod when he bud no devil tn put him up to It." Marked End ot Spanish Rule. In UXH on December 21. tho United States Philippine commission ordered Hint all the law of the Philippine Is lands be printed In Kngllsh nnd that English should be the oDlctiit language of the Islands. For 3.10 enrs the olll-cllanguage of the Philippines had been Spnnlsh. The Hat and Religion. Paint Liok, Service Bastin Lumber Company. for Or. Printus Walker ' j ' ' Jews wear their lints In the jna-goirii- e. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. N. L. PREWITT j John M. McRobtrts. Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 JMM WWTE & CO. literal aasartmaat aael full value eeM -- FURS HMaaand The undenlrned hereby give wnrn-feg- ; to all persons not to trespass upon isr lands for any purpose whatever M we will prosecute all offenders to tee fullest extent of the law. Hunt era and fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkin, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma IIIfcTginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. S. C. Rlgsby. D. M. Anderson. R. L. Barker B. L. Kelley. J. C. Rlgsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy What Doctors Laugh At W years tho science of Bed I cine has advanced more than In the previous M centuries. Hut the average man still thinks he knows an Infallible cure for a couch. Journal ef the American Medical AMoclatlon. POST ED la the last Stutiern Optical Incorporated. Co. Manufacturers efPerfict-Flttln- g t SPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES Ixjftik ArtiTicy Ejm lavlslhlf Bifocal Lens 4th A Chestnut LOUIIVILLK, StSL, KY. ii biisket lined with tluuuel or other warn material, and a tiro until all the nre hntrl.l;l or the ew may lie remov.-and "BZ ,l,;u,try 'Y" T,T Placed under a quieter hen whose thn-re.erve " iiro hatchlnc at the aame time. An ) f "r B.?d Incubator be .Led to keep the L :' . nr oonMime.1 i.. n'"'"1 ..Htt i,.,rLi .hi.i....- family tlurlnir the yenr, Thee fooil removed from the neat. eao the ., tf ,h .iw... I'nMlucta can be nemre.1 absolutely frrb w,,,fh conlderably enhnnrea the Y u. I.. M.in- ,hl" 'ntHl.ullon from the ri.SiS?i.e other hens, na hen often nf - iiti lit iui ss iain4 ... . I ii Bet retles after n part of the chickoperator md his family. fnnu to en Hro out. allow Ini; the remalnlna IHiiiltry the contltntes about 10 per cent. epe to become cooled at the very time A small nock of poultry can be kept when Mcady heat I necenry. on the farm nt little cot. as I point the t'se shell and nny ecct out by poultry expert of the which have not hatched n ihiii ii el United State department of Mcrlrul- the hntclilnc Is over. Hens should It ture. The fowl nnd scattered crnln fed ns soon ns poMilhle after the ecc fnrtuMead nnd on the nib are hatched, as feefllne lend to kcr about the Jolnlne crnln fields nfter hnrvest. Oar- them quiet; ollierwlfe many hens will den nml kitchen wnslo nre leave the next. In imt caea, It U usnnlly nvalluhte for them. They iilv) bent that the hen remain on the neat feed on lnects nnd worms. In mnny and brood the chicken for at leant -- i cae the fnrmer'a wife nnd children hours after the hntchlne I over. llnd plenure tn enrlne for the (lock. Powder tho hen with a uood liicl IMiwder before innvlne her nnd the chickens to the brood coop. The hen PRODUCE LIVE STOCK FEEDS Miould be duted every two weeks, oi as often ii ncceswiry until tho chick- Profitable) Farms Net Only Qrow Necessary Material for Animals, en are weaned. If lice become thick but Have Surplus. on the chicken, or If they are troubled with head lice, n very little I the fnrm producing the necewnry creuse, k"urh in bird or rnellne, tnnj be npplleil with the rineers on the feeds for tho proper feeding of the bend, neck, under the wines, nnd family live (.lock, the farm work stock, mound tho vent. (Irent care chouli! nnd the commercial live stock of the be taken, however, not to cct to farm n far ns they enn be produced much crenne on the chickens, as It will economically under locnl conditions? r'nrin management studies conducted stop their crowth, and In wiiue cflnci by the United .States department of may prove fatal. The brood coop should be cleaned agriculture Indicate that tho mot nt least once a week and kept free prnlltnhle farms not only produce the from mile. If mites are found In tlx neccary farm feed but have n Mir coop. It hhnuld be tlmroiichly clennei! plu of them tn ell, nnd that U'tmllr mid hprayVd with kerosene oil or cruih on the fnrm producing a surplus the From 1 tn 'J Inches ol live mock Is of better quality nnd Is nnd or dry dirt or n thin Inycr ol better cared for than on farms where straw or line hay should bo prcnd on staple feeds nre bought. the tloor of the coop. It root coop khould be moved weekly to fretdi LESS BUTTER IS RENOVATED crmind, preferably where there Is new prans. Probable That Improvement In Farm Brood Coops. Article Has Decreased Supply Chicken hntched dtirliu: the w Intel for Manufacture. should be brooded In a xinltry hmij or shwl while the ouistiie vveainer Ileclnnlng July 1, 100?, the date el nre iinfnvnruble; nfti-- r tin the llrst record, the quantllr of reno- wenther Ihh'OIiipm keltled. Iliev kliolltll vniiut l.nln.i. uii.il. Ima varlo.l rnnalilor. be reared In brood coop out of door I nbly, but the general trnd has been Urood coop Khould be made so Hint! toward u production. This they can be cloned nj nluht. to decrease correpond In general to the cut tuts, rat, nnd oilier nnlinnU, nnd j decline In the quantity of farm but enough vetitllntlon khould be allowed' tcr from which rennvnted butter Is so that the lieu and chirks will hnvt largely made. It I probable, also, plenty of fr-air. that Improvement In quality of farm p Its The hen should be con lined In th ' butler has heliicd to Incn-usuntil the chhks are weatiel sumption us such nnd to decrease the while the chickens ure allowed frt( supply for use In the manufacture of range after they nre n few- - days old renovated butler. Where hen nre nllowcil fn-- rang and have to forage for feed for them ii. rTTi I i selves und chirks, they often tnki b I1 ' them through wet grn. where tin ry-- J V? Q VyVCl chicks may become chilled nnd die Prrf I Mot of the feed the rhliks secure In this manner pn-- to keep up the lienl) "no good breed Is better Hum two "O funn. f Hi., ho.lv. uherens feed eaten l those that are with a hen that Is con Some of the most perfect show birds fine! produce more rapid growth, at the chicks do not have so much ever-clu- nre not good layers however, that Then, toi. In most broods there i dociVt nrute imvlliluir. ; . are one or two chicks that lire weaker The average gooj cun conveniently than the others, and If the hen Is nl lowed free range the weaker ones often cover about 11 of her oun eggs. ret behind anil out of henrlDg of the Ducks require some hat more-grai- n mother's cluck and call. In mot cne ' vegetable feeds than do chickens. this results In the loss nnd death ol these chicks, due tn becoming chilled ( "Fusklng" with the flock Is very i. t.,fln.,i it, wcnkllnn' ir .1, ran always find shelter and licst tindei, I'rolltsblv when tifgs are 60 cents. es rV' e, 1 -- Tho Friend aluo sit covered Forduring the offering of prnyera. merly the custom In the Church of 1'ngland was for men tn sit covered during the sermon. When Richard Inrco proportion of the poultry Cos. bishop of my, illeil In th , r,nm,r3r,nre ,,ro,,,,,, congregation, sitting In the choir lo ir heir the sermon, coven! their heads. f r W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, K?" Oirector and Embalmer. Residence phone 33. 'w ,T L. h.h .m ,, r Cold Stone. Gold stone U n sort of nn opaqua golden brim n glass filled with minute crystals of n bright gold color, and ot varlou slies. It Is ued for ornamental purM)es. Its preparation wns accidentally dlcovcnil at Murnne, near Venice. Italy, when a quantity of bras filings dmpped Into n ot ot melted glass. Olllce Phone 18. Kentucky. e P-- ' JT"1F- - -l 1 Is! -- rat Mlehxall br STORM ES DRUG STORE. luwSitdt You r"ti ltlfd can't Iom J mi Mntr Lit Caii.nl,,, Tn It .tout ll.k TODAY rk.JW. cm. lil.lalKir,.imnl ct Ktirm,. Trlttr.RlnrMann.lirh tie tkw'i b.i.MOht Itr.lmmti f..ll Muni .3.1,. brronw diwca.t.l Hhwlq..llaalfHunt',S.I,. NNy BACK aj 1 M First American Savings Dink. The first savings hank of America m openeil In Hosion Dec. 13. ISia. In the nme year an Institution calleil he Philadelphia Sovlng Fund siKletj n The third lnlllullon of Hits kind In AlHerleii fnnnilMl r. NW Turk In 1S10. The first reular avlngs ba.ik was In (JerTuany, In 177S. and the l nt Heme. Hw UrerlaiMl. 110 year tin- - iirsi rrguiar saving iiank in ire llrltaln was opened In IIIiiburgh KC1 jears ago. Women Ouard Slam Palaca. Women police, an Amaion guanl, for the most art old and unattractive, hate long been an Institution In 81am. As gatekeepers of the Worn-au'- s palace In Hangkok. they are to c vocation. One of thrtr duties Is to follow any visitor who vl.lt. the palace and remain with him or her until their departure. They ee that no mischief I done, and that no one annoys the ladles of the court. The women iillce are attired In a distinctive uniform, hut are not armed. Mx-ci- Dodge Brothers BUSINESS GAR The car is so light, so certain in its performance and so free from ne- 1 1 cessity of repair, that the saving in delivery is actual and real. mil-ditlo- ki-e- KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. h ' e con-cuo- i V... JVJULI i lLJl Dj s . e. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday April 1 , 1 920 COMI1NQ MANY LOSSES In Kentucky From "Fir FILIPINOS OPEN APRIL 14th Romans Opera House SEE IT ing" Tobacco. NEW YORK Tobacco "firing" In Kentucky thl season hn been attended by nn unusual number of detructlve fire, owing largely to more gonernl redrying, according to report compiled by the National Hoard of Fire Underwriter' Actuarial Ilurenu, This ndditionnl step in the process of curing tobneco is unthe dertaken hecnusu it enhance value of the weed and M effected I often by the crude method of dig- g.ng n trench in the center of n barn nnd piling it with log which are then Hfed. During the "firing" the farm it concerned keep nn eye upon the ptoccs nnd equally mnniige to safe gunrd hi ;irnne. The figures gathered by the Actuarial Bureau show that during the period from September Vi to Novem her 10, I'Jl'J, there were ninety-tw- o lire of this nature in Kentucky wit' aggregate lone of HOl.tHli, where n in the entire 1918 year there "vtre omIj sixteen such blaze in the state with n property damage amounting to I.M.OMT. 'Die re li no suggestion of fraud n OHIOMMPAIGN Jose P. Mclcncio. Filipino Publicity Chief. Speaks at University of Ohio. I(H luring t tin ITS BIG. Mniwt 2:30 htmi 7:30 t:i people ukiv-hc- al car u t l In- - IHIplnii are iiiillnlly for Independence and th.it the) expit't Aruerleii In "make good lis promise without further delay" Jose P Melemln, cotiaidwetl ju: ableit of the ril'ir no ornior one of the now In business men tkit it t': .'t r. i.. : .L- - way ef quick trnjortr.tij:i c: a irininum expense . jmkI let ui talk Come in, esair.inc th: T.-c-h, The FortI C- -: T vi True!; r. rn! !vuuiie m faitbfv-iltx.l ocwkj-Izu- '.'.: uoe.i th Ford Tonring Cur mtvb til tha pccpls faithfully and teotnk!!jr. The Pcrd Trick b a nrcc-fit- y to tkc croccf both in tltnrcrirj ft , ra-- l i bringing goexb fVor- the rtatkni, dsz' . r. .1 i from th country. It h t..n idcsl mctr csr ItocauM tkm isn't a v- - .t tf the fcrr:.r cr y - over the subject. (Haselden Bros Garage. connection with these cases, since in a n.ujority the insurance carried wn uppreciiibly less than the actual losses incurred. S5- - L'c Please Join the $5. Club URADSHAW Mr Sarah Casey Mile I lof pital. Mr. and Mr. I MILL. very Kmt nt ,)an' Lear, Denny, Margaret Scott, Julian Klhot. Itoom 7 Homer Carrier, V, A S. II. Itoom 8 Sander. Lennn Aldridgc. relative Sunday Jre visited Mr. Dave Long wa with hi father, Mr. Mcrln Look Sunday. Hazclwood Sanatarium Is Now A State In- Lancaster Public school 1 liuzelwood .Sanatorium m now n state institution for tulierculnr pati Haker. ents, according to n bill pawed by the Matter Harlan Snyder I visiting (iencrn! Assembly Inst week. hi cousin Elizabeth Sander at The Sanntarium is one of three in Kentucky, but it is the only one Mr. nnd Mrs. S. X. Sander and which has been receiving people from family visited Mr. and Mr. Jamea ovrr the entire state, ns the other Prewitt Sunday. two are open only to county case. Mrs. Grant Sanders and little son, j The law provides that the county spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. from which the patient comes ilinll ' Jamc I'rewltt. if he is not pay for hi treatment Mr. nnd Mr. Uurton Sander and able to do so. The Federal Government offered to little daughter Klitabeth spent Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mr. Floyd buy llnzelwood as n Sanatarium for However, It wn men. Snyder. its Mr. nnd Mr. Carl linker nnd little thought better to keep it n n state dauchter Ida Mae, spent Saturday institution for the need of those who night nnd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 'could not receive treatment under I uny other circumstance. Jamie I'rewltt. liuzelwood was formerly maintain Mr. nnd Mr. Cleo Kay and attrar. ed and financed by the I.ouiville An tive little daughter, l.orene, of Poor Association, which in Ridge, wert Meek end guest of Mr. turn i financed by the welfare I.cn nnd Mr. Floyd Snyder. gue. Since the sanatarium has been OUR STORES WILL CLOSE AT tnken over by the state, the Associa 5i30 P. M. EACH DAY, COMMEN- tion planning a progressive edurn CING MONDAY, APRIL Sib. tional program to be carried out, J. E. DICKERSON AND SON, first, through the city nnd then thru JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. the state in regard to the White Mr. Cameron Prcwltt and little Plague, which is more prevalent in daughter, Huth Cameron, and Miss Kentucky than in any other state in Linda Sander were In Ijincaitcr on the county. Archibald MncDonald, Wednesday the guest of Mr. It. K. of Seattle, ha been secured n Executive Secretary and the program Conn. will be financed by the funds which are now nt hand and which have us HONOR ROLL. ually been spent on Hnzelwood. g. 1 Croucher wi with her mother. Mr. V. M. Foley Sunday. Mi Uetiie llker ipent the day Wednesday with Mr. and Mr. Carl Mr. W. M. stitution. If there I a worthy and needy cull for charity it i In far off Armenia and Syria, the countries that have been so cruelly treated and uvnita ted by the German nnd Austrian nr lilies, leaving thousundi of little, chil dren, women and men starving. We nre Instruments of God. God use us to achieve hi purpose and we must help our brother Armenian just a we would want them to ! u vere conditions reversed. Join the $5.00 Club, sending or handing your check to the Gurrnrd Hank nnd Trust Company, Mr. J. W. Elmore being the Treasurer, same to be placed to the iredit of the Airmen- inn Fund or leave your donation ut the Joseph Mercantile Company. The following ure the one who now belong. In the name of our Lord, be one to participate in this noble and glorious work of upbuilding a fallen nation, and Join today. Members of $5.00 Club llro. Moorman, Itev. Pnlmetcr, Itev. Hudson, Itev. Strother, J. S. Hnselden, S. C. Denny, J. M. Duncnn, Jennie Duncnn, Mr. Mnttie Duncan, Arch Wnlker. Mr. Arch Wnlker, F. It. Morksbup-- , W. II. Uurton. A. T. Scott. A. I). Joseph, F. S. Hughe, TEATERSVILLE. Prof. Cakey Tomcrlln was the guest of Thompson Sanders Saturday night. Prof. Tomcrlln was entertained at dinner Sunday by Mr. K. I). Hay nnd family. Mr. K. II. liny and daughters, Inez and Itosn, motored to Lexington on e JOSE P. MELENCIO, Who Spoke en Philippine Independence Btfor the University of Ohio Student Body. J. It. Ha.eld.n. II. F. Hudson. Willinm Elliott, Mr. J. MAKE IT AT HOME Room Ernest Hatfield, J. T. Pollard, (Scorgc Pit meter, Margaret Hall, Lucille Conn, Nnncy Clark, Fanny Lev Walker, Km inn Hngan, Itoom 3 -S- hirley F.tc. J. C. Langley, Lewi Wnlker, Kdnn Hatch- bottle of FARMS' HEALING REMEDY. Make it according to directions. Save $1.50 anil you will find you have mnde the beat healing remedy known. W. A. Dick-eroAdvertisement Get n II. V. llastin, I. Hamilton, U G. Davidson, Henry Moore, V. S. Embry, V. A. Lear, W. M. Lear. A. S. Price, Mrs. J. 11. Klnnnlrd, II. Clay Sutton, , the United Stale, made in Interesting Monday. Misses Inez Kay and Pcnchic Mac presentation of the case for lnileend-enrto the student of the University Sanders were visitors of the B. K. S. nr Ohio at Columbus, Ohio. N for the week end. Mr. Melenclo came from WashingMr. nnd Mr. John Hill of Point ton, where be I in charge of the Phil- I.eavell were recent visitor of Mr. ippine Pre Ilurenu, especially to and Mrs. Dave Long. The address the Ohio student. Mr. K. P. Grow anil ilaughtei speech marks thn upenlnc of the ,ent Monday ith Mr. nnd Mr. Wm campaign In Ohio for I nil iSimpson nt Lancaster. mpendence. Other educatlonnl work I Mr. and Mr. Virgil ltyton and to be done In the state, and It In dedaughter, Mii Annu K. spent Sunclared that the niorement to obtain now being launched In day with Mr nnd Mr. Ray Noel every part of the United Slate, will Mis Delma Bogie and sister of last Marksbury, spent several da not end until Congress concede week with Miss Juanita Simpson. The American people, through their Mr. Mary Sanders and daughter, representative In Congress kolemol) Miss Pcachie Mne, spent last Monday promised Imlepemtence to the Philip- with Mr. Snllic Sanders nt Lancaster. pine Islands." said Mr. Mulenclo; "but. Mr. and Mrs. Tildcn Hoover and unlike other promises, there I no waj ot making America fulfill her prom little daughter, Willie Belle, were recent visitor of relatives in Nicholas-villIse. The Filipino lisve In rely exclu six ely on the muKiianlmlty of tin American nation, hence the neces.lt; OUR STORES WILL CLOSE AT of appealing directly to the voter. 5i30 P. M. EACH DAY, COMMEN"I lake It that you already knov CING, MONDAY APRIL 5th. bow stubbornly the Filipino, resistii J. E. DICKERSON AND SON, your coming to the Philippine, ban JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. with Are and shell and bol the showed the world that they illd no; Mr. Jnmes I. Sanders and little desire to be governed without theb daughter, spent several day last I nm sure )ou tlo not now consent, week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. blame un, for our only crime k thn K. II. Ray. e. spent the week end nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Sparks. services, The regular njrcaclring will be conducted nt the M. K. church Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday school has been reorganized and every one is cordially Invited to attend. OUR STORES WILL CLOSE AT 5i30 P. M. EACH DAY, COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 5th. J. E. DICKERSON AND SON, CO. JOSEPHMERCANTILE A good number from thl community attended the commencement exercise of the Buckeye High School, Thursday and Friday evenings. Very enjoyable programs were rendered each evening. WOLF TRAIL. Mr. Frank Lund was with home-folks Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Matthews were guests Sunday with relativeMrs. Powcl Daily an Daily were in LaneL.ef Thursday. .Mrs. Mose Ray spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Powell Dallcy. Mr. Mose Ray nnd son motored to Lancaster Monday for the day. Mrs. Harmon Teater is here this week visiting Mrs. Allen Teater. Miss Jessie B. Ray is in Richmond visiting Misses Mattic and Zula Calico. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Ray entertained Allen Uurton and baby and Mrs. An- ' ' we belleed In the linmortnt Amerlcni principle of your declaration of Imlr iendenee and dolreil to set up n gn eminent of our ns n i holie "Hut I refer to that old mlsunilet standing merely In order that you mn better Judge the Philippine issue a l GUNN'S CHAPEL. Mr. F.verctt Grow hus measles. Mr. Clarence Sparks Is ill with Mr. T. J. Price, John Tribble, W. T. King, Mnsonlc Lodge, Mr. W. S. Carrier, Mr. W. S. Carrier, Mr. V. R. lliutin. Mr. Ilnllle FSunlap, W. A, Fnrnnu, Newton Todd, n. measles. Mr. Charlie Land purchased u pair of mule from Mr. Joe Ray recently. Mr. and Mr. F.dd Nnylor of Murks-burwere here with relative Saturday. Mrs. Russell Holman spent Monday with her daughter, Mr. John Hull. y, er, (ieorgetta Walker, Conveyer Do Double Duty. Itoom 4 P.lsie Hatfield. One mux eying Installation In nn Itoom ftLcna Henry, Garnctte eastern imt mill bring lite con I to Fothergill. Lucy F.tcs, Perna Young. the furnace anil mrrlei off tint ashes Iloom f- - Hnzel Hrouthlu, Shirley at the same time. "I help take the tire out Chesterfield of tire trouble" James Todd, George Todd, Miss Mnry Todd, Kdmond Halsion, Mrs. Marthn Ely. It. II. I.edford, .ML Tubor Sunday School. A. D. Joseph, Chin. ' University of th Philippine, Which H an Enrollment of 3,500 Student. I 2v up! LIGHTtoughest job Attaboy! Evea scemt 1 easier if you can "draw" on Chesterfield. Those fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccos and that can't - be - copied Chesterfield, blend " satisfy" as no other blend of tobaccos ever did TRANSYLVANIA Will Add To Faculty Next Year. Lexington, Ky., March 20, The executive committee of Transylvania College ha decided that un addition al teacher In the department of chem istry shall be provided for the next year' work. Additional assistance will be pro vided in the department of biology. at Transylvania, now under the di rection of Dr. A. F. Hemcnwny nnd the courses offered in phytic will be increased and strengthened. Prof. C. C. Freeman, head of e department of English, will be given an udditionul insistent and special courses In Journalism will be offered. before. m ... today, for the Filipino have all but fnrgottrn the feeling that once existed, Monday. Twenty year of American tutelage Mr. and Mr. Jeuse Casey and chilhave convinced them that America did dren were guest of Mr. nnd Mr. J. not mme to the Philippines for colo R. Spark, recently. nl j I glory or aggrandizement nor for Misses Allene McCulley and Jeuie commercial gnln, but to lnfue a nen It. Kay spent Thursday night with life Into our newly tiniikeiied national lio, to lift the level of our attain Mis Thclma Simpson. ment to a Mill higher let el and to Metsrs John and Howard Lund lead ii gently by the band until we motored to Nicholusville Sunday to government of were ready to set up a meet Mr. Frank Land. our own. Mr. Howard Land spent tha week President MeKlnlej- - said It wa FH Iplnn liberty and not American power end with Mr. nnd Mr. F.d Naylor and family at Marksbury. I'lllplnit welfare and not Amerlcai gain, that America uould seek in en Mr, Frank Ray, Mis Monta and hani-g- , nnd thl ha been jour 'llry. Jame S. Ray were guest of Mr. and "Hut now America' tak In tlr Mr. Lucas Foster Sunday. I We today hnv done Philippine Mr. and Mr. Jesse Casey were In the stable goternment upon the exls' enre of which Conch" solemnly pron Danville last week to see hi mother, Ised In withdraw Amerlcnn soverelgntv who Is seriously ill at the Hospital "The granting of Philippine Inde there. pendence will be ll,e greateM xumpl Mr. Harvey Teattr and daughter of Inlematlonnl square dealing In hi Miss Bernice, spent the day with her lory. T the everlaillng credit of brothers, Mesir John anil T. M. Slate It will mean a vindlrn Ion of the right of small nnd weke-mlln- n Chandler, Monday, to exist lde by side wlih lh Mr. and Mr. Willie Masters and unhindered and uo baby and Master Lonnie Matters afraid." rt-at Master Klmer Rny of Tentersville spent Sunday with Master Hillle Kurtz. Mesulame Allen and Harmon Tenter were guest of Mrs. Lucas Foster Sunduy. Messrs Harvey Tenter and John Ijind were in Lexington on business drew Stotts. Mr. nnd Mr. Robert Sowers were with Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Most) Mrs. James Ray spent the afternoon with Mrs. John Daily Monday. Mr. and Mr. Wilbcrt Dailey and son, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis. Mr. and Mr, Dewey Price und little son, spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jnmc Lund. Miss Thelma Simpson entertained Sunday evening Miss llert Dailey, Messrs Karl Daily and Clarus Sparks. Mis Francis Davis spent Sunday night with Mit Hazel Davis, spent Sunday night with Miss Hazel Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Uurton of Jessamine county were with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stotts Saturday night. Miss Alleno McCulley and Jesiie 11. Ray were the atrrnctive guests of Miss Thelmu SImpon Monday night. Mrs. Harvu Tenter nnd daughters were entertained Monday at tha homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mobcrly. Mrs. Ollio Reynolds anil children were in Madison Saturday night visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Collins. Miss Mary Price returned to her homo nei.r Lowell Sunday after u two weeks stay with her sister Mrs. Harmon Davis. Mr. and Mr. Klijah Mc.Milliun and bright little sou were Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. John. Ray on the Poor Ridge pike. Mr. nnd Mrs, Fred Howard nnd little Mti of Mndison spent tha week W. T. Mobcrend with Mr. and ly and Mr, and Ma. Curl Mcbeiley. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Davis and children, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Simpson Sunday and Sunday night. Mcsdumes Hunter and Raymond Davis, Wilbert Dailey and Mrs. Drew Davis were ulio guests M. Sunday ufternoon. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday April I. 1920 Of Washington County Land BY am OF LANCASTER, sues Wednesday, April Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man KENTUCKY. Tuesday, for J. M. Lebant. March 30th, is from Tuesday, in two April 6th, 7th, 137 ACRES miles 184 ACRES pike, 5 pringfiel 1 225 ACRES Subdivided into several tracts for J. W. Brown, 5 miles Springfield, 7 miles Lebanon, Barbours Mill pike. fr SOLD tracts, GO acres and 124 acres, for W. D. Purdom, 5 miles from Springfield, on Perry vi lie pike. Immediate possession. All good land. at each sale. Well improved. A lot of Stock and other personal property to be sold E. Moss or R. H. Dover For description and further particulars see the owners or W. fte ready for you. at Danville. Phone us our cars SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark and daughter of Boyle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery. Mrs. Uettle Montgomery of near Sickness That Linger,, or Strain of Bryantsville spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Duncan. Caring For Other, Makes Spring Mr. Speed Sherrow has built an adDays Dangerous. dition to his store here and expects to handle a larger stock of groceries. GET BACK YOUR STRENGTH. Our hustling telephone manager . Vigor, and Raj LlooJ Mtant was doing work on our line SaturPapto-MangBuilds Rich, day and also put in a phone for Mr. Blood. A. S. Dean. Mr. and Mrs. :Harrion Dean and Perhaps you've been ill this winter children were the gursts of Mr. Haror other in the family have, ami vey Dean and family near Bryantsyou've worn yourself out with extra ville Sunday. burdens. And now your strength is Mrs. K. C. Montgomery and baby glow to return. of Lock 8, spent a part of last week Week after week you've felt too jwith tier parents, Mr. und Mrs. Joe tired for anything, nnd have looked Price near Bryantsville. it, too color bad, eyes dull, and no Mrs. Mnry Sanders nnd daughter, enthusiasm. Feachle Mae of Teatersville were When you don't feel well you arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Montnot well. Probably what you need blood tonic, gomery Suturdny nnd Saturday night. right now is the Kood Physicians' everyMessrs Chas. and Sam Duncan n for and Mrs. Krncit Montgomery were where recommend anemic people. Ask your in Lexington Sunday to see their n sup sister, Mrs. Wm. Vanderpool who doctor about it. plies the things that blood starved has been very ill. peoplo lack. It puts iron and vigor Rev. J. V. Beagle of Georgetown In the blood. It paints the cheeks in who is engaged in Evangelistic En.Nature's way, and restores the hearty listment work came with Rev. D. F. appetite. Sebastaln Saturday and delivered The blood is naturally sluggish in three gospel sermons Saturday anil the Spring and the whole family Sunday. His subject Sunday was, n would profit by taking "Is Old Time Religion Worth While?" Which tones up and builds up. It is and every body left feeling It was pleasant-tastinand soon makes you good to have been there. feel better. Your own druggist has it ready for your call, and in both - At a business session of the church liquid nnd tablet form, just as you here Sumluy morning the following resolutions were adopted by church prefer. you get the as their latitude towurd the Inter But to be certain that ask for it by Church World Movement ;Fitt We genuine cannot consclentaouily alTilate ourthe full name, "Gude's Look for the name "Gude's selves with this movement nor participate In its program. Second Advertisement. On the package That we will not contribute of our means to its support nor give any MT. HEBRON to its assistance or information survcy, Mr. Hurley of Dayton Ohio was agents of the guest of Mr. Edd Grow Sunday night. Mr and Mrs. Langdon of Dayton, Ohio are the guests of his sister, Mr. M Cimt. lima " StlfS iwnK W. S. Bowling. The farmers are taking advantage of the pretty weather and much work has been done. Mr. and Mrs. R. Lv Grow were with relatives In Lexington, Saturday and Sunday, KENTUCKY. Mrs. O. H. Hendren. Mr. J. C, Owens of Winchester, Estridge and Rennet Mrs. Dave McKlnney of Richmond. Messrs R. W. Roup returned from Flint Michigan, Messrs Hume and Edd Griggs of Mt. Has Winter Worn You Down? Old-tlm- an .) Pepto-Manga- n. Pepto-Manga- run-dow- n, Pepto-Monga- Pepto-Manga- g Pepto-Manga- n, Pepto-Man-gan- ", aiitwiaiwwiw' MiifleSGWnf ry Saturday with cars. Misses Marie Ledford and Jessie Mae Hammack spent Saturday night Bright eyes, a clear akin and a bo--! with Miss Sadie Ralston. full of youth and health may bi I Mr. and Mrs. Thos Logsdon have youra if you will Jwop your sy itcra j returned from several days visit to in oilier ay rvfcuuiny iaui his parents near Brassfield. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Chestnut and COLD children were visitors in Rrodhead Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess and children, and Miss Beulah Ledford Th world'j sundur J rtmwSjr for kidnt?. were in Richmond Saturday night. Hvor, bUJJtranJ uti t iU troublu, lh HOUSE FOR RENT AND MILLIantra!) of 111 ami loo'xv. In ul tine 1393. NERY FOR SALE. See Mr. or All druggists, tht sbs. Lo'i to im m GU MJ1 on ftt tx4 Mrs. W. F. Parks, Paint Lick. Ky. Mr. Ous Stewart is not so well, we understand he will be taken to GibPAINT LICK son Hospital to undergo an operation. Miss Ituth Ross was a recent visitor Mrs. J. G. Davis, Misses Annabellc in Lancaster. Ballard and Lucille Davis were In Dr. II. J. Patrick was in Lancaster Junction City from Friday until Sunday. on business Friday. Mr. Sophin Trcadway and son, Miss Emma Oder is a visitor at Quintin, spent thi week end with Lancaster this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Foley In RichRichard and Job Marsee mond. were visitors in Paint Lick Sunday. Miss Mabel Hull who has been Misses Lettie and Linda Jennings teaching near Owensboro, Daviss Co, spent Monday night with Miss Emma the past seven months, has returned home. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Ruckcr nnd I). Burchcll is visiting her Mrs. J. daughter, Mrs. A. G. Bottler nt Ra handsome son, Andrew, were guests of Mrs. I. C. Rucker and daughter, venna. Miss Chastine Sunday. Miss Funny Cox spent the week Misses Margaret and Clara Highend with her brother, G. C. Cox, neur land of Covington were week end Clause. guests of their grand-motheMr. Miss Beulah Led ford spent the Ely and nunt, Miss Kute Ely, week end with Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Mr. William wus taken to Bereu Burgess. Hoipitul Sunday morning nnd oper Miss Sadie Ralston of Georgetown ated on, at this writing he is getting! College spent the past week with the ulong as well us could be expected. homefolks. Quite a crowd attended the "Worn-Unles- s Mrs. J. D. Wynn snd Fanny Hen-dre- n Wedding" nt Lancaster Friday were in Danville shopping on night. Paint Lick people are hoping Thursday. the play will be brought here In the Miss Muric Ledford and William near future. Ralston were out motoring Sunday Mrs. W, II. Roop and little son, afternoon. spent the past week with Mrs. Roop Misses Willie and Veda Williams at Silver Creek, Mr. Roop having were visitors In Richmond for the gone to Flint Michigan to drive an week end. F, B. Roadster through. Mr. Willie Rogers went to RavennuH Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hammack and Tuesday to help his brother, family, Mr. and Mrs. Taulbee Cor-ne- tt Rogers invoice. and son, Tom, and Mr. James Misses Sulla and Cleone McWhor-te- r Marshbank spent Sunday with Mr. were recent guests of their sitter, and Mrs. John Anderson. Women Made Young MEDAL Sterling were visitors of the formers sister, Mr. I. C. Rucker and daughter. OUR STOKES WILL CLOSE AT Si36 P. M. EACH DAY, COMMENCING. MONDAY APRIL Stk. J. E. DICKER30N AND SON. JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. On account of the bad roads Willie Rogers who csrries mall on Route 2, has been compelled to come in on foot several times with his wagon on thrvo und sometimes on two u heels. This community is sure for "good roads." Mr. T. J. Underwood had the misfortune to get one of his eyes hurt Saturday night When he went into the barn to feed about dark he ran Into the end of a tier pole injuring his eye, necessitating his seeing a specialist. Honey and COMPOUND TOPS COUGH FoleyV THAT DISTRESSING ssucut, coals l ha raw, alssdl mrfacaa whs) kaaliaf. setXsvUf ssnii- - checks It quickly sad sura-l- r, cltar (be throat ol pUffa inJ .a4( iaWt.Ca Until Weak substitute in boHia, and it im4 I get baiter. So oow I around the hout afaia.' -- Mrs. Mary KUby. Spoksae, Wah. . V$ cam $rovt no imitation or and I seal aa4 atopp4 y couk, M foltif Utry W Tar. BOURNE, it as food as ih gtnw DRUG STORE. McROBERTS refreshment were served and all had visiting her sister near Stanford. a very enjoyable evening. Mrs. Margaret Spcake of Lancaster Is visiting her son, Mr. I E S.peake. . Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Long of the Mrs. G. W. Thompson spent SaturHigh School, entertained the senior day with Mrs. Curtis Saddler. class also the B. Y. P. U. and ChrisMr. and Mrs. Scott Huffman were tian Endeavor, Thursday evening, in Danville shopping Saturday. about 40 young people accepted InMrs. Sallie Marfce and children are vitations. Games were played, nice TRANSYLVANIA Heroes Honored On Tablet. Lexington. Ky March 20, A beautiful bronxe tablet containing the names of Transylvania men who made the supreme sacrifice for the country In the great war has been received by the committee from the service men of the college, who hail in charge the collection of fund fur u memorial to these men. Henry J. Tunstall, chairman of the committee, made n statement that beforo permanently placing the tablet In the chapel of Morrison College it would be on display for a time down town. The names appearing on the tablet are those of Robert McLachlan, J. C. Hobbs, J. G. Boone, W. J. Donaldson, R. B. Hutchcraft, R. G. II. H. Chlnn. F. V. Meek, H. Gatbraith, W. S. Yarbrough, J. W. Nea.1 and C, Reddln. Hoi-broo- k, r, TJ. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Spcake made a business trip to Versailles nnd Lexington last Saturday. Mr. and Mr. Parker Jenkins of Unruster, Here the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Doolln. Mr. and Mr. Lcm Hicks and attractive little daughter Huxel Ruth were in Lancaster Saturday. Mr. and Mr. F. W. Montgomery and little son, Clifton are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Steve Watker of Lincoln county, Mr. and Mr. Millard Hamm and Children spent one night lust week in Lancaster the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Moore. Misses Emma and Lillian Pierce. Lou Ella Doolln and Mr. Herbert Doolln were guests for the week end of Mrs. Frank Bourne of Lancaster. OUR STORES WILL CLOSE AT 530 P. M. EACH DAY, COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL Stk J. E. DICKER30N AND SON. JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April "When geod (allows get together, I'm right there" Chctterfitld 1 , 1 920 A GIRL OF THE HOUR llr ALDF.N CHAPMAN Marking Linen. When marking linen with Ink, first make tha Initial with a lend pencil and Ihcp trace the Ink over the pencil mark. This will prevent the Ink from spreading. rTHl! most cowpmlonabk bunch of tobaccos ever tolled into cigarette siflry, aromatic Turkish, and fine, Domestic, expertly chosen mm! expertly blended. That's Chester field. And they sure do "talhfy!" THE YEAE OP 1920 Will be full of history making news. Presidents will be nominated. The high cost of living will be attacked. The prohibition question will be thrashed and other questions of equal interest will be settled. l No home will be complete without the tlnily newspaper will keep you informed on these subjects and abreast which with the times. A daily morning newspaper can cover these questions more thoroughly, bringing to your door the first complete news of everything that happens day by day. THE LEXINGTON HERALD with its army of trained correspondents and complete Associal td Press wires will give you the news of your county, of Central Kentucky, of the United States and of the World. The Herald's delivery service gives you this information while it is still news. SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL OFFER To Expire Jaunary 1, 1921, by Mail only. Daily and Sunday Herald $5.70. 2 Daily Herald $4.70 $1.08. 3 Blue Grata Farmer Fill in this coupon and mail at once. Lexington Herald, Lexington, Ky. for which Gentlemen: Enclosed find $ please enter my name on your subscription list for the expiring on January 1, 1921. offer No. 1 ..... NAME Town R. F. D. Utlng an "Extra" In Bano. The editor of the llano Dally New gorges rivers mill fjords. The higher (Afrlra) don not haro trouble orer ucli matters aa circulation or the high Ix'tiki of (ho eouth Island nru eternally now nipped ami tliu glacier of coat of paper. When ho cola a piece of lid southern Alf rlvnl those of Swlti. news lie amootha off aomo alabs of rrlnnd. Tlio surrounding sena ara too wood, wrllca up the atory In tita beat colli for cornlt. Among tliu inountalni rilltorlal etyle. and then gives the of ilio north Island volr,inle tires ara alalia to hta office boy, who runi off Hill active anil tlio geyscra ami hot with llietn and hangs tlicm In con. prlngs aru llltlo lr Impressive than plcuoua pi area to that he who runa may read. those of liio Yelloivsliino park. Plctureeque New Zealand. ! New Zealand Ininl of iiinmitnliie, i ( CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. First Cotton Expert. The earliest export of cotton from (UPFilkl. tlit, V(Uin N.w.p.K, Usual America were made In 17SS, In which year one bag waa sent from Charleston 'J'lic hrllllaiit umpplnese In the love- to t.lvcr-KKiwhile 12 were sent from ly ejes of Ithoda llurton would have Philadelphia and one from New York. consuincil, at least lisle abashed the d'Mnnt cause of tlio tnrli'l emotions It Htw dating Device, i jprifnil, hud the object of the same A new glaring device squirt tho For Imiii lit Hint moment. years she and Maurice Croft had been putty Into place under the presure of - hand. It has tho apmnrnnce nf a ptnymatea and then lover, She. had tinused for roue in the city lo visit relative and grene gun, cup. It Is filling automosecured to the here, ultblii a week, mourning and bile crease guided by the hand, which missing her entailer true, dreadful wriM and controls the flow of putty. lieu a of him hnd reached Ithoda. A nlo cousin of Maurice lomlng to the city The Psaltery. for n Hying visit had culled upon her. A very ancient instrument which "Yea, there baa been carryings mi," was In general use by the Hebrews, Is stibinlttcil chatty Wlnlfrei) Forbes, siHiken of In the Psalms. It belonged who heraelf had once cierleiiced a to the harp but was muih secret fondness for Maurice, and not amaller thnn Hie harp n we know It, loath to brliiK the news to n succes- probably inure like the dulcimer In sful rival. "Tho allty boy has been Size, hut there Is n difference of oliln 'taking n nine' aa ho cnlla It, nnd la Ion as lo whether the strings wero bent on showing off to the limit." plucked of struck. "Aa how, now)" suggested llhoda. calmly ennuch. Two Splendid Rules. "Well, he went over to Springfield Thou shnlt not make unto thee nny with Aleck Prince who, aa you know, fnle standard of farm life, nor bow la wild enough to serve na a warning. bittu thyself to them to serve them, They had a two daya' sojourn, visited Thou shalt not say or do anything In e the raie. playeil bllllarda and fancied s iiin, but liavo aomo sensible they were going the pace. To wind up Hi nil thou shalt aay or do, for the they vlslled a show. The premiere rouimunlty shall not hold him guilt wna n dancer, l.ulu Ijingford, I bethat sayeth or doeth anything In lieve they cull her She made eye at vain - Win. Butcher, Maurice, recognising a green simple-ton- . I upme In her net he drops Moving Mountains, a bouiiiet and then airily sends It out Studies In the llimulitytis have Into the audlrnru with tip of her brought to light n phenomenon. It Is dainty too. It landed In Maurice's lap. no less than on npturent creeping of I don't believe ho did anything more these gigantic inoiititnln ranges, tho I tin n charming fend till l.ulu a highest on tho globe, sldeulse toward bouquet I ho next day, but he came the south, with n consequent cruiti' pllng up of the Slwnllk hills. Survey back homo like n knight errant vaunting the com-ticnf Impressible heart disclose I lie real fnct. without number. Do joii know he bn I There Such a Man! a doten colored photographa of thla Happy Is the man who can go to l.ulu hung about In Ida room, showing her In her various poaeaf 1 saw one sleep without reporting that tho furportraying her na 'the girl of the hour" nace fire Is nil right, the basement high heel, the latent aa to garb, light turned off, the back door locked, the front door locked, the cat put out. blonde hair, a golden aureole, nnd nil I tie that, llo talka of 'the life.' and you'd roomhedroom windows rnlseil, the IkiI register turned off, tho clock think ho km a pnat grand maater of wound, the alarm set, and the alarm giddy whirl I" the Tiring released, Hxchnnge. Hut nfter Winifred had left, the little hands clenched, the early teeth aet Yellowstone Leads Them All vengefully, and Ithoda uttered three The Yellowstone national part la tha forceful word: largeat and most widely celebrated "I'll euro hlrat" parks. It Is a wood Ithoda hod not departed from simple of our national thirty-threhundred of neatness of attire during her visit with ed wilderness It contains more a square miles. her wealthy relatives. She bad thought than are found In the reat of the more of Inspecting art galleries and world together, and baa Innumerable museums than attending shows nnd boiling springs whose steam mingles social gatherings, but now she with the clouds. National Magazine. In a confidential confab with tier atyllah cousin, I'hyllls, and asked her Qotd Bricks. ,1,r ,n P"l"'nc wl, to A gold brick, of the kind sold by Maurice for daring to look at a not tier clever swindlers to "easy marks," la a woman. product of highly skilled workman "You are Just about my aire nnd ship. It li made of copper, alloyed very nicely; with a little sine, and If painted with your dresses will fit me planned the audacious plotter. "I real gold to which some mercury has shall ask Maurice to the city to re- been added. This gives s very araooth main with your brother for a few days and aatlafactory. effect; and the mer and act aa my special escort. lie shall cury being evaporated by heat, a have a real an tuple of high life, In- final varnlih of "gilding was" lends deed I I'll warrant he will pine for an attractive Inater. quiet. Inexpensive village life and his Dalmatla'a Many Beauty Spots. occaatonai reasonable drive In a livery Dslmatla'a beauties have been rebuggy and the humdrum but wholesome town concerta when I have counted sy many travelers. Among tae scorca of Islands off Its coast are taught htm a salutary lesson I" any rich In history, such at II razz a Maurlcn appeared the day after he had received a summons from bis lady and Leaslna, where Homan and (Ireek love. HI little whirl In n small city relics aro to be found; llual, with It had taught him that life In the me- tan cavern, the moat beautiful of tropolis was expensive, nnd he came which Is the lllue Grotto, entered by pocketboolc, but boat, and Lacrurua, off Kagusa, where with a never gauging tho whims and caprice Richard Coetir de I.ton la said to have of a willful fiancee. Ho was astounded found a haven during a storm on his to he greeted by the modest, tasteful return from the cruades, and to have village Inamorata arrayed In tho very built a church there In compliance extremo of smart attire, llhoda had with a vow mi to honor his place of assumed n certain grnnd air that op refuge. Exchange. preened, rather than awed him. Slio and Phyllis Joked about slumming, flirtation nnd clgnrctle. When Mau rice suggested a place of amusement Mhodn named (he grnnd opera. Maurice winced nt tho unexpected expenslveness, but that wns only a preface to n supper. Ills company chose the most fnshlonable place of Why you should use midnight resort. Itucfully Maurice Coxdul. the woman's reckoned up the evening's entertain tonic, lor your troubles, have been shown In exceeded half of tho money incut. It thousands ol letters from he had brought with him. actual users ot this mediAnd the next day Ithoda spoke of a cine, who speak from drive on the boulevards with an nil' personal experience. II darlty and airiness that almost fright me results obtained by big hill sail eued Maurice. Another other women lor so many years lave been so unily comparing with the price of n borne formly good, why not rig for an cntlru afternoon! Ithoda give Cardulalrial? hnd seemingly developed Into n tartar and n spendthrift after one week of metropolitan social dissipation. Slut wna distrait and subdued as they started buck for Clifton. They were at odds somehow, nnd Maurice repentant. 111 nt ease, sought to clear l, pri-M-- Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years tllattrd fctler lo look Ibrts scors yttrt soil Itast srs cons luk oTtr lh SBj IhOUcUllUllr I.T liKCI oTr fftqu.nllf I find tcjtttf, at sTntr-ooa- , dnftlnf I'sck aqasrlrrrf sccntjrr, whtn 1st nirtflf In lbs Mils drag slors I nwnsl st llollfsr. Mo, making a1 sslllsg a Vftstskls torn pound it tar Irlsods nl ws thsn known oslr st rsiuioitrs fur 8lomah, User Dr. Unit' ljcln sod Iijwtl complalata. For tnsay ytsrs wills f wss txrfsclleg my formula I stodlnl sml IbtsU(sU. lbs Ittsllrea and ratbsrtlcs en lb lustktt sad ronrlncsd Ibslr mala salt Lsm Ihsl tbey didIbst act on lb wm not not bowtli, bat that tbclr sctlon wss too violent and upwt tb tb !rlle, anddas to tb ftjtUra et Ibty otri Act Ibst wsr which wss aot thorough enoathln their actios, sons Imply acting on lbs uppsrer snail latct-llot- t, wblls uUwrs would act only on lbs tower or Isrrs Inlostlnts, sad Inst stmntt Inrsrlsbly produced a bablt augmenlsd dosei, t bsllsTsd tbst a preparation to prodae th bstt sfl.ct matt nrtt tons tb lltor, tbea set on tb stomach and enllrs sllmra. tsrr stiIsd. It Ibis wss scsomplltLtd, lbs nsdlclss would prodofs a mild, bst Ihorouth ellmlnatloa ct tbssrsst without lb ntssl slcksnlng sentstlooJ, and tasks the user feel betlsr stone. . Attsr etpsrlmsetlag with hsndndt of dlBsrent compounds, I st Istt pstlsctsd tb formula tbst It now known as Rstsrs'i , which I tralr bellev goes furtbor I T ii characteristic lhr P" of ht sicle, thr i!rs nnn thsn snr Itisllts on th txukol tousf. lh4 IbouuaU ol I.IUrs If m utsrs l.ro ojnilnrl no I wss tliht, n l tdst lbs user f t Sttars's asaMe ss a fimlly urdic as, fen thooth lis msrksss BMd It for Iwtnty flfs yrsrs, never baa la Increase tba dot. Mr lnowleJci of insdlclne snd ths r suits of lit ut la nj owa fsnllf snd smong ny ftlcnJt. btfor I o"rd It for sale, csnu-- no to bars grst faith la Retars'a Hesiifr from tba viry Brit. , And now at I Cad tnrtetr arsriag tb m when I mail la lbs Inssltsbls asd mt to aaolbcr life, my rrrsWit pltuur Is to sit each day and rsd tb lelUr Ibst rub issll Irlnrt from peept aa eld or oldor than t, who tsll of bsvlsg atcd tStaaVs ajsMHty for tea, Dltesn sad twtsty ytsrt. snd hew tbey snd tbelr ehltdrsa and grsndcblldrca hate beea beae&ttecl by It. II Is a contollog Uioutht, aay frleads, for a man at ny age to (set that ailda from his owa socctis, on baa done eomelklng for hie fellow man. Uy greaieet aallsfae-tlomr grcsUtt hspplacss todsr, la th annwiedg tuss tonieni mare man on million profs will ttk a naaays (Mil isDii ana win Dtr, wssJiblrr. bspoicr pMipis lor ii, i hope yes win b of thorn. snd tr a. pur-Hu- li-- s R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. il ut M. LEWIS MCOIOINC OO., , St. Lows. Ms, asrnfnfnfnfari Painful. flenlns Is the cnpnelt.r for making soraelmdy elso take Intlnlte tmlns. New York Evening Sui Cement for China. Bird Courts. Hooks nnd crows are known to bold court for tho trial snd punlthment of their delinquent mates. e Birds and Shellfish. The English thrush brings Its snails vlueziir; separate curd from whey to n certain convenient stone, on which nitli the whites of five eggs, beating It will crack their sheila by beating Mi.- - fcliole thoroughly together. When them upon It, Some ara birds carry it Is well mixed sift In a little quick-- I shellfish to a height nnd drop tlmm on ue and stir until It la of the con- the rock to break their shells, but thla sistency of thick paste. With this brings only tlio anvil Into use, not tha broken chlnn, glass nnd cracks of nil hammer. Tlio case of the wasp la the kinds may be mended. It dries quick- only one which records the seemingly ly nnd resists the action of water and Intelligent use of a tool to accomplish bint. a given purpose. Mix a cupful of milk with a cupful nt gey-aer- d WE HAVE Provided the Feeds That you need for spring use. tonic. Your Cows, Horses, nnd Mules need a change of ration which serves as n FOR THE COW We have Mixed Feed, Bran Shorts, Sweet Feeds and Shomocker a balanced ration. FOR THE HORSE AND MULE We have Green Crass, Sweets and Oats. well-nlle- FOR THE HOGS Wc have Mixed Feed, Middlings, Corn - and Shomocker, the Balanced ration that makes fat and produces thrift in your herd. Has everything in it n hog relishes all at a fair price. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, Reasons ! KENTUCKY. Take OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. the ntmnphere. "I wns over at Springfield with Aleck I'rlnce for a couple of da)," began Maurice lamely. "Yes, I heard you were," answered Ithoda. "Flash and flitter, you know," proceeded Maurice. "MIm l.ulu Ungford, nlsor lull mated Ithodtt with mild malice. "Oh I a deceiving element that I hear she la fifty year old and hat four children." "You still preserve those photograph mementoes, 1 atippoaeV "Hardly," declared Maurice with vigor. "Oh, llhoda I Let us forget we ever tra)vd from homo I Let u both forget everything, except that we belong uuiong the friends and the flow-erand home, where we belong and ought to stay." "I'm willing," whispered. KhoJa, a CARDUI Tha Woman's Tonic Mrs. Alary J. Irvin, ol Va,, wrltcsi Cullen, "About II )cars ago, I suffered untold misery Willi female trouble, bearing-down pains, headache, numbness I would eo for three weeks almost bent double . . . .My husband went to Or. for Carilul . , , After taking about two botllei I began going around and when I look three bottles I could do ESQ all my work." Wedding Invitations What la mora sentimental limn a NvJillng Invitation! Certainly It la not a mere mechanical project to be peddled aruund to the cheapest blil.tsr. Cheap finery la generally disappointing. Our work la easily within rvch- - tuid we luvt corvt samples Ut ovary coca aJjn aud every punt. The way of tho SAFE it the way of tho'duty-doin- g dollar. It i 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. - The SAFE Wuy ... Mlfc Iniraverat.and Jtatloners LOUIHVILLU Complete line of Samples F. Iludion, President J. J. Walker. I G. Davldion, Caahler. W. O. IUny, Aaat. Caihler. Joe J. Walker, Aut. Caahler. Wm. V, Miller, Teller. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller, 1). t. at The Central Record Office. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday. April 1 1920. 1 WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR v. Teddy. official banouct wcro detected in the act of trying on Teddy's lint ana they enjoyed it every one of them. So d it when a bunch of ladies at an SHIP BY TRUCK An Idea Originated By H. S. Ballards Obelisk. T I Vulcan I I m Plows I AND REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF CUTTING HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS, CULTIVATORS. Conn IE Brothers. DIES EE Let us make this the slogan of a new business era. The truck way, you'll relieve the rnilronds of n part of the overwhelming demands now being made upon them. Think itl talk itl Aid in this move ment for better ronds and better transportation for you, Individually, will share in the benefits. The truck way or farm motor truck, a valuable element of farming reduces wastage of perishables by In looking around we can Immedintc movement to market. KlTects 6 call to mind a number of excel shrinknge to 8 per cent saving in of cattle driven to market. not lent gentlemen who have Good ronds nnd motor trucking as yet shied their hats into the are bnslc elements in lowering coit ring. But perhaps they are of distribution and should interest chary of the company they every mnn, woman or child. We arc already face to face with the supreme court decis- ion thnt incomes from stock are exempt from the income tax. Stock brokers are herald-in- g this fnct as an inducement in the sale of stocks, and arc quite bold in the matter. But don't get the idea thnt Uncle Sam will not be able to raise enough taxes to keep the old ship afloat. There are plenty of goats left to squeeze gonts who have taxable property but no stocks. Firestone, of Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour You will find It Better. Try a Sack Today. Wc deliver In town. Field Seeds. Feed of all Kinds. Use 7-- C Fertiliser Best for Tobacco Land and Beds. Makes the Lear Brighter, Matures the Crop Earlier, Increases the Yield. 300 to 400 pounds to the acre-o- ne half 'drilled in along the rows and balance broad cast. ' keep. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." 51 The Central Record lnnad into quiescence in the event of their overthrowing the govern Yes, some day. Entered at the Post Office in Lan- ment, nnd they will never rest caster, Ky., at Second-Clas- s Mail until they are again firmly SUPPLY Matter. seated in power. Candor, too, compels us to admit that they LiKuter, Ky.. April 1. 1920 arc not entirely without reason Of Clothing and Equip jii so thinking. The end i9 noment to Discharged Member Kentucky Pre Association where in sight. R. L .ELKIN. Local ia Advance. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Editor and WUr. PayaM fi.se but a sudden attack of heart trouble ing with Germany is responsi Some day we may elect a closed her life after an illness of only present unrest. It ble for the few hours. Year. has caused the old and arro congress whom we won't feel She was Mgr. England and France should The sudden of Miss Susie not worry over what to do with Shearer at her death near Lancaster home Mexico last Tuesday morning was a distinct i the Turkish empire. is just as bad and it isn't both shock to her relatives nnd friends. No one knew she was In bad health ering us n bit. Shearer. gant military enste to believe hike cussing three hundred und that they can blulT the allies sixty-fiv- e dnys in the year. This is to announce that Dr. Wll- Horn D. Pryor, n legally licensed veU erinary physician and diagnostician Is now permanently located at Lan Ky., for the purpose of treatcon caster . .1ni-la .hof !, .i ing and prescribing for your sick or 'tronomy which have wl l if wh. .a disabled horses, mules, Jacks, cattle, lit IIIU ILDUILI IIIKII UBaill rnimLIlMLnilllllllJ4VI n"enuon: in a sUblo and orderly govern- - I a woman will sit. in tho nresl- -. 110 Y ,w hogs, sheep, goats, dogs, cats, fowls, . comnipnneii nv itpin is riiizniv ment, or follow the lead of Rus-- dential chair. ctc- - and. wi ot a doubt of dcnt yr Qt AIin If sia and go over to bolshevistic jw. And in all of tho days we and , JIt CrMki Plant College, nlnl nt " it. onabie price, to any Samuel of Law. rule. A lull in tho storm does have been burdened with such I be reach. Prt of th not necessarily mean an end to an animal as a president we'll -1 ed by auto. Office and veterinary dis irouoie it may bo only the wager that the wife of every our stokes will close pensary, North west corner public prelude to moro violent out- - ono of them has surreptitious- - so p. m. each day, commen. stjuare, Tomlinson building, Office oreaKs. Most people, hQW- - ly deposited her avoirdupois ICING, MONDAY APRIL Stk. hours 8 to IS A. M. and 1 to 4 V M. ever, are convinced (hat the In that same old overworked J. E. dickerson AND SON, Phone 05. Respectfully. vacillation of the allies in deal-Ichai- r. We even recall a time Dr. Wm. D. Poor. JOSEPH mercantile CO. n ntIon shows that some of the PROF. MANEY marvelous 'caps were caused linffnt frit f1nmnAtnta In nit, by nnnexintr outside torritnrv. more about pettintr together .Wc have done a little increas- - Added to Transylvania ,vca ,n inu Iasi ien nnd henlmg the differences in ' Faculty, the ranks than to hnve all time ear,; Vut wc do not care to taken un in mmrrplino- nvor humiliate our neighboring vil-- l Inges by annexing them to Lexington, Ky., March 30 Prof. think that the rank nnd file11"3 thriving town. Instead, Charles A. Maney, of Lawrence ColWO are dulto Content to b azc lege. Appleton. Wisconsin, has acceptHhntil.l hnv v h vnlnn In nvi,wi n .. . ' " ik uiw oninniin.. the party nomineeshi It is of lno AVny nn let our esteemed ed appointment in the Department of Physics at Transylvnnia CoIIckc and thn greatest importance that frlt!n"8 trail along behind. will beifin his work at tho opening of we have the right man to lead Hnve you ever studied the the next session. us in this fight. What is the matter with Governor Cox, of traiLs of character of people l'rofcssor Money is n native ofOhio. His name is the most you know? If so you havo Indianapolis, and had his undcrsradprominently mentioned of anv been both amazed and nuzzled uate training In the University of of the aspirants as we see it. at what you havo discovered. Minnesota. He received his Master's i ia.. u,,,ve"y yn" Cox has a fine record as gov- - f or instance, you have noticed UCBrce ,ro.m l" itf.. ,lone B,ueh worl u,cre C"B' aml emor of Ohio. His name that some men are kind and Ioctorute ln philosophy. stands out as one of the trreat tcontlc with their wives and yet t0WBr'1 ,,cacr Ln'!. Ue AfUr 'Ti" Gov ernor's. He is a strong Wvo their dog a vicious kick War man with the people, having "Pon the slightest provocation. Prtm"1 f , ,h " l A,m Co,,eBe Professor Maney enOthers nro trontlf.iw.tui nn,l nnn. Alma Michli-anbeen twirn i.lonln.l Hnvm-n,- . tcred tho ,ervice ,n lho l'""nel dc . of his state. The Kentucky siderntion itself to their doirs. ueiegatlon will in all likelihood "ui are grun nnu brutal to purtment of the army, remaining un be for Cox when tho Conven- - tnclr wives. A few you will til after the armistice. This year he nd who are considerate of nil hus been acting head of tho Depart tion meets in California. people nnd all thinirs but ment of Physics at Lawrence College. Professor Maney has specialized The world has been watch- - PnI' w Vs w Perhaps you nre " itcuici.i measurement., theore of the exceptions. ing Germany since the internal caI 0,,u", e,e?lo,n, ihtor, and nd lid blew off and has been won- - It Is mlvlsi'il that current in structions from the Quartermaster General, Director of Purchase and Storage, contemplate that applica Old Home. tions for issue or reissue of equip, Through nn oversight we failed to mcnt to discharged soldiers be sub mitted direct to the nearest military mention the death of .Mrs. Mldie Hoth- t her home in Instead of to the Office of tte Arno1''; wo PPb' b nd.. on Mareh 3rd. and e Quartermaster General as here- rJmai?! werc bou?ht to Lanc" . ncr 01,1 nome Ior interment, be- 2. In accordance with these n- Obituaries', per line . .06 thnt wo nrnfr in !t l.nnb ,,oc " grave Of her husband. Sir. -- .,.1, - .1 frnm tl mst-- r l.tmrtlnn. nnntlrntlnn. m " I Iu.,. A mnt.i V . . .7" . i, . I'ut iiiu ..v jcam tnrectlv tin tn thn nffiriiil pnn. cnargeu soiuicrs resident in Kentucky! "KU- - an B FOR CONGRESS. woman and "Plenum Ir U nn onav lv.nl. f should be submitted to the Camn cornixl. her demise will be regretted by her We are authorized to announce letting off stenm, and ncconi- - SuPP'' Officer, Camp Knox, Kentuc- RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, nllahna nnthlmr Imf thn ra wno remembered her kv or to the Camn Sunnlv Officer. ... I a candidate for the Democratic nomir our own wnue sne nnd her est!- Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky, dispositions, Our nation for Congress in this, the 01 officials know this, and be- - whichever is nearest the resident of '""'c lam"y "vea ln out city. Eighth Congressional District of onc or fourteen chii- ine cause they do know it they are application. Kentucky. State Primary Election, 3- Original discharge certificate drcn; 0,1 horn Bn reared n Garrard frequently quite indifferent to Saturday, August 7, 1920. oi me our Views. When We talk with nn a"'aviu supporting application I Ml hi. nrUnu!.,l,l n n ht nlM. uiiu lu.fnra :iU . A' UOthWell. s,r-bhe is SUrViV. , l' oiiiiiu Willi u .hnnl.l "um FOR CONGRESS. '. broomstraw we aim at nothinir c'v " "itnry officer enpowered to a f ; ur . ... arc we "' 'ram Arnold, all of authorized to announce nnd hit less. That's US administer onths. Illank application "ur,l" n,,c"on. COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson and .Mrs. Hurdctte forms will be furnished by the Camp Ramsey of this county. county, a candidate for the Demo a"PP'y ""ICCr, tamp Ivnox. KentUC !. Pntiaiia fimtrna AH of her life was spent In this cratic nomination for Congress in V,.hlti.,.! r' k' uP" upplication tn county, and for several years, in Lanthis, the Eighth Congressional Di mmlo nnhli.. 4. This information is furnished trict of Kentucky . State IMmary nnd weWentn ly some cities for suchdisscmlnntlon as you may caster, except the last eleven vears. e crowinir Election, Saturday, , August 7. avoiding when they moved to their Indiana care to give with a view a dash throwing on confusion and consequent todelays of home. The services were conducted dog because of their marvelat the grave by Rev. E. II. Dourland WHO SHALL IT BE? ous increase in population. clothing and equipment to discharge of the Christian church, which denom- soldiers. We have had llttlo talk But while there has been in G. ARTHUR 1IADSELL, Colonel inatlon she had espoused since her n healthy and le among the democrats of the m.n"' Cft8,es Q. .M. Corps, Camp Supply Officer. early childhood. iritimatc increase, vet invest! ttntn nn tn wlin olinll )tn 1. We Americans have a great hnbit of finding fault with our Rates For Political AsionscimaU. public officials, in congress For Precinct and City Offices.. $6.00 nnd elsewhere. If thetr official 10.00 acts do not please us we are For County' Office For State and District Offices.. 16.00 quick to pass censure, to say For Calls, per line .10 what we think. This is praise- For Cards, per line .10 worthy, for it indicates that we For all publications in the interare a thinking people. But wo est of individuals or expresdo not say these things to the sion of individual views, pkt Officials themselves, and that is 10 not praiseworthy. line It indicates League. and Eighth District Publisher Soldiers. fifty-fiv- e years old and a levout and conscientious member of the Chriitlnn church. She is survived by one brother, Mr. Robert Shener, and two sisters, Miss Lucy ami Miss Jennie Shearer, the latter sisters having lived with her for several years past and to whom the sympathy of the community go out to, in the loss of n devoted and affectionate sister. The remains were laid at rest in the Lancaster cemetery at three o'clock yesterday afternoon, after appropriate sen-iceat the grave by Itev. K. II. Ilourland. s A Providential lull In the rainy We will be glad to assist all our season permitted the burning of In patrons to make exchange of their numerable tobacco beds last week. Liberty Ilonds, from which all coupons have been clipped, for permanNeeds Human Sympathy. ent bonds. I'leaie bring them In Tlir niilorndo Times moves that a early. Oldens National Hank. few kind words l strewn In ilie path f the man whte wife Is squaring op a lot of social obligations by (tvlnc a scries of pnrtle. Kansas City 8tsr. Burial At when first discovered hy while wen. They also understood Iron working and had a ninlilrrnlleknovledce of Afrlcsn Race Wll Advanced. The Wakurnha, the Iraillnc Itnntu tribe In Ucnmln. are ihv hichlyt civiiiicii mncK race In Africa. Tliry had a decimal system of circulation For Up-To-Da- le tht ...... music Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, , ..... t'"- A"". .r Tr FOR SALE. On ttam of mulii, four and fiva years old. On good driving mar, nin )rar old, sound, Som young roo.Ura. ..-n- ,..t and all klndsjof Pamting. SEK OR PHONE Repairing, .., Several, brooder coop. Slngl Comb Brown Lr horn Will vichinga any of lh abova for Cattl. Hogs or Tin Work P.B.Williams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Serrlc I Es. Bonds. Box ",' ERLE 173. C FARRA. Lancaster, K . ""''""i and Good Work D-'- ftAAAAAAAAalAAglAAslAsBalaftslsBAaaA aaaji aaj )! WmW WFWWW j '". moA!l0n HEADQUARTERS FOR cd as the candidate for the Presidency. It is very much anlf Opportunity For Soldier Boys. At the close of the wnr, the War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. had ! a large amount of money left In its hands, nnd It has been decided that money snoum uo uie.l in assist- r ... I it .. mscnargeu. soldiers to sc. uro " education. For this purpose arranl County has been Riven a 'um' to n,1t the soldier boya of this county. Thousands throURhout the ,nte nBVe availed themselves of this opportunity. All of the dlscharRcd "oldiers of this county, who wish to If IIhsiIm, lfa.l..wt ibn n iniiru in " or " fBf. neeu assistance "" c,ou"B' cmm " , ? ,ne. '?c"' : " Vr v . Ilastin, Hon. Mack wnnalril, u Strother. .muik"". or iter, 1 - ... I biu A larger and more complete line of BUGGIES than we have ever had. ARNOLD Solid Leather Top Buggies, I 1 f ::r """ Ij ''eniy " 1 LUTH Solid Leather Top Buggies. PHOENIX and HEREVLEES Buggies, Harness, Storm Fronts, Whips, ctc. Announcement. r r" fli i.i ..t aTc T 1 'y1' " cCe """y HASELDEN WW BROS. at Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, April I, 1920 We know you love to tee the new Models we are showing in Coats, Suits and Dresses. We are showing you remarkable values in LADIES WEARING APPAREL, from which you can make a selection to complete your Spring outfit. Easter Greetings. BLOUSES, RUGS AND SILKS, WOOLENS 'A SPRINGFOOTWEAR LINGERIES. FLOOR COVERINGS. WASH GOODS. At attractive prices and in all the very newest creations. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE 78 CO. 4 THE ONE PRICE STORE. T Mr. J. R. Moorman was in Lexing- -' M'rs Lucille Lnckcj. OUR CUSTOMERS, ton Tuerday. POST-OFFIC- HOUSE OF QUALITY. US STILL TRIMMING OUR PRICES-NO- BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. Sell you Riding Oliver plow at $62.50, Oliver We will Disc Harrow at $55.00, Oliver Walking Plow at $18 and $20. Oliver Cultivator at $55.00, John Deere Cultivator at $55.00, John Deere Harrow at $55.00, John Deere Mower at $72.50. Cellars, Hames, Breeching, Check Lines, Buggy Harness, Stoves and most anything at REDUCED PRICES. Pitless Scales $95. WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD E Mrs. W. II. Ilurton has been spending n few days in Lexington. Mr. JeiT T. Dunn of Lexington was a recent visitor in Lancaster. Garden Seed Four Cents a Package. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sanders were Miss Dorothy Dunlap visited Mrs. In Lexington yesterday for the day. U. F. Walter in Lexington Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. John Cress and Mrs. D. A. Henrdon nnd Mrs. J. A. daughters, were visitors in Lancaster Anion have been recent viaitors in Saturday. Danville. Misics Ilernicc Champ, Christine Misses Marguerite Fox ami Rachel Sanders nnd Ruth Carrier, came in Ijinier of Danville, were in Lancas- from Lexington yesterday to spend Mis Marie Ray was the week end Miss Julin Rogers, Messrs G rover gueit of Mrs. Iluford Smith nnd Miss Pendleton, Elbert Roldcn nnd Floyd Emma Smith. and Mose Smith, were guests of Miss Mrs. Etha W. Gott, of Richmond, Hemic Grant Mrs. Ellen Ilettis. Miss I.ixtie Bet Lexington, Ky., March 30th Rev. latt Saturday and SunClilTord Weaver, of Eureka College, tl and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith was the guest Sunday, of her sister, day. have been recent visitors in Lexing Mrs. L. N. Miller. Illinois, will succeed Rev. J. Leslie Among the progressive country Finnell, field secretary of Trnnsyl-vani- a ton and Frankfort. Col. Frank RIpy of Lawreneeburg, C. Cummins, merchants is Mr. Wm. College, who has accepted the was the guest last week of Mr. and Miss Cecil Batson, of Margaret of Preachcrsville, who has purchated pastorate of the Clifton Christian College, Versailles, Is at home for Mrs. A. C. Miles. n motor truck which will shorten the Church in Louisville. at Km Comdt 4 A fcUl Mints the Kaiter vacation with her parents, Mr. Hcnloy Bsttin and family have miles to the Lnncnstcr Freight depot. Mr. Weaver served seyen years ns by ThM Wt At MtrttUd I. Oslo? Mr. nnd Mrs. it. II. Hatson. moved into their pretty new home ! missionary in Japan, and has also Mrs, Fannie Walker of Smithficld a ChrisMessrs William Kinnaird, George on Lexington road. Ky is the guest of her son, Mr. R. J. been field secretary of Texas tian University at Fort Worth and Hudson Kriibie and Hur- LIda Walker nnd Mrs. Walker nt Paint Mr. Abncr Ray and sitter, Misses Martha am! Helen Gill have Swincbrnad. ton Stapp, or tenter College, arc ai Mae, were guests Sunday evening of Lick. She will extend her visit to be Eureka College. Last summer he returned from a vUit In Louisville. wns director of the Missouri Movehome for the Easter vacation. Miss Maude Arnold of Stanford. the guett of other relatives and ment Campaign, with headquarters in Dr. E. J. Brown of Stanford, spent friends in Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams of St. Louis, which led to his selection Mrs. T. E. Cecil was called to Paris Sunday with relatives in Lancaster, of Hill as a leader in the World Movement Preachersvillo were guests for the Friday, on account of the illness of Mr. James A. Royston HarTods-burMrs. Charlie Hardin of day recently of Mr. John Williams her mother, Mrs. Elisabeth Oakes. Court has been indisposed for some of the Disciples of Christ. He will spent the past week in Lancus-ter- . nnd family of Hatelden Heights. days. The many friends of himaelf begin work with the Kentucky DivisMrs. George Robinson, Mrs. J. S. and fnmily are glad to know of his ion of the Movement April 1. Mrs. Dollle Hrown, Mr. and Mrs Gilbert and Miss Minnie Mae Robin- improvement and to sec him out upMrs. Weaver, a graduate of TranMiss Delia Rice Hushes spent the Eph Hrown will move this week to son were visitors in Lexington Tues- on the streets as usual. sylvania nnd member of the faculty week end In Stanford with her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Simpson's to re day. of Eureka College, has won n national Jin. J. W. Acey: The Woman's Club held their reg- reputntlon in the Department of main until their new bungalow is Mrs. ular meeting Thursday afternoon at Mrs. H. A. 11. Marktbury, being her Mrs. E. L. Owsley Is the guest of completed. Education, story-tellinLouis Landram, and Mr. and Mrs. their rooms on Lexington avenue. Cook and specialty. She will finish her year's her daughter, Mrs. W. It TuesMr. and Mrs. Forrest Fitzgerald Clay Sutton were in Danville There were about twenty members work at Eureka College before comMr. Cook In Danville. nnd interesting little daughter, Dor day. present. Mrs. Clay Sutton was ing to Lexington. was assisted by Rev. C. D. Mr. Luther Glbbs and daughter, othy Dell, of Danville, spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Emory McWhorter lender and Miss Elizabeth, are visiting relatives with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. It. II. and children, are now happily domi- Strother, who mado n most interestFine Musician at Eight. Wilkinson. Sir Arthur Sulllvnn, whose name nt In Texas and' New Orleans. ciled in their pretty new bungalow on ing talk on Religion. once rumen to mind at the mention of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson, The Mlkmto," or "II. M. 8. Pinafore." Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson, Miss Danville street. The many friends of Miis Knnnle son, Earl wns tliu win of n handmnMcr. At the Mrs. Wood Burnsldc, Mrs. Wesley Mr. David Thompson and Illihup are clad to know she has re- Margaret Cook, Mis Porter Hudson nnd MUs Dorothy Mahan, of Danville, Dirkerson nnd Mrs. Charlie Sanders of Uoyle county, were recent guests ace of eight young Arthur could plryr covered from her recent illness. attended the "Womnnlcss Wedding' lire in Cincinnati, for n several days of Mrs. Ira Holtzclaw in Hill Court. nil the ulnd Instruments In the orchesIt Is very gratifying to his friends tra. Mrs. Friday evening. Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird and stay with friends. 5 that Mr. Andrew Thompson's health Emmn Higginbotham have returned Small houto for rent. Mrs. W. Simpson Elkin loft Satur Mrs. Thco Currey, Mrs. F. U. has so much Improved that he may from a few days stay In Louisville. I. P. Thompson. day for her home in Atlanta, Ga., Marksbury, Mrs. Joe Walker and now discontinue his periodical trip to return-ci- l after a visit to her brother, Mr. John Miss Margaret Morrow were visitors North Carolina health resorts. FOR SALE Wind Mill nnd pump Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes has II. A. Dawes. in good condition. from Stanford where iho has been Duncan nnd sitter. Miss Jennie Dun- In Danville Monday. In renewing his subscription for Ilryantsville, Ky. with her daughter, Mrs. J. V. Acey. can, on Maple avenue. Mrs. Robert llurntide, Mrs. Snllie the Central Record our good friend Miss Janlc Williams hna returned l.awson, Misses Helen Gulley and and subtcribcr, Mr. J. W. Ramsey, of Mr. Russell Wallen. of Columbia, home-folk- s a weeks vacation with Josephine and Ida llurntide were vis- Washington, Indiana, but formerly of Missouri, has been the guest of Miss from at Urock, Ky., and again taken itors in Lexington, Saturday. $10,000.00 worth of AK per cent this county rays: "I have been away Mamie Stormes Dunn, on Illchmond up her duties as toll operator at the from Garrard county for 52 years Victory Bonds, for one of our cusStreet. Mr. and Mrs. Miley Walker and Ilaitin Telephoni. Co. and have been taking the Record for tomers. Will pay $08.00 If delivered daughters, Misses Marie and Hazel, DeMiss Margaret Morrow, of Colum-bu- t, The marriage of Miss Maggie Wil were Sunday guests of her mother, half of that time nnd wouldn't miss here before April 10th. $500. Ohio, Is with her parents, Mr. an issue if I could avoid it." Contin- nomination preferred. nnd Mr, Thurston Kobimon, both Mrs. Anderson of Prenchersville. son and Mrs. K. V. Morrow, for the EasCitizens National Hank. uing he says: I still love the old of Paint Lick, was quite a surprise ter vacation. Lunruster, Ky. Mrs. Mary Lutz Is suffering from county that gave me birth, and betide to their many friends. Mrs. Robintelephone n sprain, which she received from n I am proud to know that I nm n of Camp son held a position in the Mrs. J. M. StnuRliton. Stop yet, no matter where I roam. Gordon, (Ja., Is expected this week exchange. Mr, Kobimon is n pros- fall last Friday night, but we aro and its Good luck to the Record I am now ready to do all kinds of They will re- glad to state that she is Improving. 11. A. perous business man. for n visit to her mother, Mrs. stair, 1 am getting over a round harness repair. Will also repair side near Taint l,lck. 11. Marksbury. Miss Sarah Louise Taylor, one of with flu. We had a great many your shoes, buggy tops, saddles and the mott popular young ladies of the deaths from It In Washington and binder canvas and lots of other younger set of Lexington, will be If I live and have good health things too numerous to mention. the guett of Miis Mary Owsley dur- I shall pay a visit to Lancaster next Now is the time to have this work summer." done while you don't need it. '. ing Easter vacation. Work guaranteed to prove satis ( Mr. and Mrs. William R. Preston, The following is interesting newt ! who reiido on Frank Rays farm on to numerous Lancaster friends of the factory, If you will stop at Good- Poor Ridge Pike, ure rejoicing over bride, who before her marriage was loe and nlker Ilrot, and leave it in the arrival of an 8H pound boy at Mits Gladys Moore, and was well my possession. Ed Oakes, Lancaster, Ky. their home on Wednesday. known and popular here where the Mr. R. L. Elkin returned from At- haw often visited. V "The marriage of Miss Gladys lanta Tuesday where he has been A LIVE WIRE TO HANDLE spending several weeks. The many Moore and Mr. Jesse Tillett, both of place March 17th at THE BEST SELLING TRUCK friends of Mrs. Elkin are glad to this city, took Ky., Rev. T. J, Porter of- IN AMERICA. $700.00 LESS know she Is some better and hope to Lebanon, ficiated. THAN OTHER WORM-DRIV- E have her home soon and in good The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. TRUCKS. LIBERAL DIS health. Wallace Dulln, of this city, who were COUNT. Mrs. Dora Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. married In Lebanon last week. AdcJrtM Talton Wheeler, Mr. Joe Wheeler and The bride is the pretty young J. R. MILLER,' Phoenix Hotel, Miss Jennie Wheeler of near Danville daughter of Mrs. Anna Moore, of LEXINGTON, KY. attended the "Womanles Wedding" South Ilroudway, and has been conWc Sale For Leu. Civ Territory Dsiired. Friday evening. MUs Jennie Wheel nected for some time with The Herald er remained for a week end visit to office force and is a well known J. R. MOUNT The Q Deal House. & CO. ter, Monday. the Eatter holidays with their ents. par- wsaDjex3ocwK3nowx)nt3cx5aErsi young newspaper associate. Mr. Tillett is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Classified Column S. Tillett, of South Ashland nvenue, nnd is alto a young newspaperman. For the present the bride and RATES i groom are with Mrs. Moore having Single insertions lc a word returned to Lexington from Louis- ft Many friends are 6 No ad taken for less than 20c ville on Saturday. wishing them much happiness and 5 in this column. No nds in this prosperity. Lexington Herald. fi column charged. Seven insertions for the REV. 3 price of five. Phono orders must be paid Jjj promptly. ,J CLIFFORD WEAVER Is Now Secretary Of Transylvania College Fresh light rolls and bread every day at Hotel Kcngnrlan. to sell to SALESMEN WANTED the consumer. Hig pay. Easy work. Coy Sanders, Lancnstcr, Ky. FOR SALE: Bun Plymouth Rock eggs for setting. 16 for $1.00. Mrs. Mary Doty, Phone 47-ilryantsville, Ky. J. Gossip About People FOR SALE: A few tons of best timothy hay, a good fnmily mnre, 5 J. W. Elmore. years old. FOR SALE: About 10 tons of timothy hay and 0 ton of clover, all V. A. Lear. baled. g, FOR SALE Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 per setting of IS. Phono 3SJ-13- - 25-Mrs. Taylor House, pd. I. 7t g Brown FOR SALE full stock Leghorn Eggs, 15 for $1.00. Mrs. Char. Dillon. Paint Lick, Ky. 4- - FOR RENT: New six room bungalow, with light and water on Hill W. B. Mess, Jr. Court. 3-- tf. FOR SALE: Single Comb Rhodo Island Red Eggs for hatching $1.00 S. L. Baird, per 15 . 25-3- t. R. D. 2. Crab Orchard Ky. have 30 bushels of tine seed corn $ I. per bushel, 68 ears to B. F. Kelley, bushel. 318-4- t Lancaster, R. R. 1. pd. I for sale at Wanted. A tenant of experWANTEDi ience to raise tobacco on n Fayette Bryants-vill- c county nfrm. Call 08-- exchange. pd. Mattle Hampton. Ken-tucki- Here. s. ONION SETS, SEED 1 0 POTATOES. Trimmed Hats at Right I Prices. GARDEN SEED WANTED WANTED Old Country Hams I am in the market for old hams ami will pay the highest market price. Write me. Mrs Ira G. Taylor, Shelby City, Ky. 3 25 2t Pd Will want grazing for WANTED 25 to 60 steer cattle. Will either pasture by the month or rent the grass by the acre. Z. T. Rice & Co. Phono 347-or address Z. T. Rice, Jtichmond, Ky. FOR SALE about 25 barrels of good corn. See Milton Ward on farm, or call me at Paint Lick exchange, 13-It. H. Ward. 5 Paint Lick, Ky. 4t. WE BUY, raise, and tel anirabbits and other mals. Place your order with us, and list what ever stock you have with us, stating lowett Hat prices on large N. P. shipments, Address 515-51Ave., Fargo, N. p. g 7 Sanders Variety Store STRAYED OR STOLEN from my place, 2 miles north of Brodhead, on March 11th, a heavy built, 15 hand high, mouse colored horse, four stocking legs, white face with scar In forehead. Liberal reward. W. P. Rlgsby, R. F. D. 3. pd. Crab Orchard Ky. I The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April I , I 920. WHYTRUTONA OVERCOMES OF "FLU". BAD AFTER-EFFECT Lancaster Flour Incorporated. Mills 1 I PRACTICAL PLAN TO ! MEET HAY SHORTAGE ni!i!..it uuiuttiiyn 01 -- 1 HERMITS AND HUMBUGS Or JESSIE E. SIIERWIN I DR. RICHARDS' WORDS SHOW n augur n.-- i n.. ucci oy Products Is nccommcntfcd. Topi Piactd In Pit Silo Vltl Furnlih Warm, Appetising Feed Through, out Winter (or Beef or Dairy Cattle and Sheep. Maker of the Celebrated and Popular l'Jpt4M. III. W..t.rn WHITE SWAN ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAKE NO OTHER. We do exchanging in wheat and corn. Our MILL FEED tests 16 jer cent Protein. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE President, C. L. ZANONE Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. Ij FLOUR Pnd nml cull came only occasion ally lo llrooktoii. hut when they ilM they found m lenity digit prlcstc In tit- - shnpo of Miss . I liit Wade. .She was thirty, comely Mill, nml prhlrU IPrftMrH br lh United Males tVptrt- I herself n the object of ndorntlnu of ment of Artcuti.i.i j ...u-rn-l widower hnd bachelor. I.ul A very prnctlcn way of meeting .e ,0 fllr "As nn appetiser, strengthener, , ,1Ut,1(In, (m.,,. system builder nnd real nerve tonic, liny shortage I through the Hubert Slimns, rtrccnt sllnge, Himl of ne of beet-to"And she keep me trilling along," I can heartily recommend nnd comwhich per day per steer will reduce the Slmma told his ilnli-- r ltutli, "an (hough mend Trutona." militial's liny requln'iucnts by one half. we were going to be young Dr. J, P.ichardj, the prominent forever." silage Thai I ti rrt pound of beet-to. Is I llfA liit'na ntt.t !.. Tennessee physician, in making the pcr.lyMpI.;n,lof;.hrcpwlllrr,1.r Iu,liu, r,.,,,,...) Hobert foregoing statement, has really pro , , nouncetl Trutona a remarkable treattin1 experience of many feeder w bo cy ami enjoy spending ment for overcoming serious afterImve tried ijiit the newer way of utlllx It away. you inenn." cor"frittering effects of Inlluenia, pneumonia nnd Ins sugnr beet rected Slmuis with oiuii nerlty, On ninny Held a miich a fire ton "There wa t tint moon-faceprophet the like. p.T aero of Mince can be hail, when of the stnrs, that Vlctimi of these dreaded winter .he to,, are prom pt.y gathered n maladies, after "recovering" from o put Into pile- -. '"' I War. occult light invariably find attack, , ; N,.l. unluni "An Appetizer, System Builder, Strcngthener and Real Nerve Tonic," Prominent Physician Declares of Perfect Preparation What All "Flu" Victims Needed. Pearl Street, enthusiastically praising tho reconstructive powers of Trutona, says : "I can hardly rralixe how much Rood Trutonn's done for me in ridof ding my system of the after-effect- s . ' . "'p ",' j hh of the flrcat ni lie 1 ' i I only by egr'gatlin that revelation from the spirit ran ma terlallre," he proiiouncvd. "I Imve ill-- I coven-- d n natural hermit cell over at the edge of the town, and a week of Insects Give Us Shtlltc Literally Stumbled on Riches. solitary reierle may tit me to reveal Mieltne . the Joint product of InAbout a qusrter of a century sgt glioslly sug- - sects sud plants nnd come (nun India. two proertnrs In the bushtand of nbMflute demonttrullon of The lac Insect nre aliout gestlop." Western Australia had put up their The "liennlt's cell" proved to lie an fifth nf an Inch long, a bright nil In tent for the night and determined to abandoned hnbltntlon on the lonely color They suck the Juice of plants, trek back to Perth next morning, as Sfl. summit of Prospect hill known to direst Hie in and exude them In the their quest had pmved fruitless. One ' every resident. It bad been the home, form of resin, which soon encases the of them was amused from sleep by the or rather den, itf an eccentric old man whole Insect. When the young Insects restlessness of hi horse, picketed Just IS YOUR ICE HOUSE FILLED7 who lived all to himself. After be hate swsrmed out. the resin Is outside the tent snd. going out to see died the rumor that ho was a rich scrntHil from tho branches, ground, what wss the matter, he tripped In the Season It Getting Lste and Farmer miner lead to the ransacking of tha washed, mixed with colophony and dsrknes over a boulder, which proved Finish your floors with Hanna's Lustro-FinisShould Not Walt Any Longer for place, but no hidden treasure was orpliurnt, cooked slowly and drawn on elimination to b slmost pur the combined This superior j found, Summer Supply. although the professor Initl-- I out Into the thin sheets we know ai gold. That was the begtunlng of Cool product not only makes floors lustrous and beautigardle. cat that by his magic art the tame shellac. IPrrpsred by th t'nlled Mstee ful, but it also wears. It dries with a tough, , might come to tight. mnt of Asrlcullur ) I A generous purse was made up for elastic film that makes the best possible surface Next summer when the little heat i htm and a wagonload of provisions for floors subject to severo wear and usage. waves are rising from the comfleM ' brought to the place by three asso nnd everything Is lutrched and duity, ciate mystics, as he termed them. Hanna's Lustre-Fini-sh jou're going to tie mighty sorry If Some marvelous developments were can be supplied in eight there Isn't nny Ice In the Ice house. pledged by the professor as Ilia result natural wood colors. It's excellent not only for No Ice cream, no coot drinks, aud lot" of his Isolation. Ills faithful sponsor floors, but also for furniture, woodwork and the of sour milk returned to you. Well. It looked learned and solemn as they thousand and one small finishing purposes about will be your own fault. You let the spoke of the week of retirement and winter slip by without harvesting Ice. the hdme. rfe wirh h, profcMor nad JIaybe you planned to do It when the Mcr,flwij ,lm,e, fl)r ,,ie BtKM, of heavy frcete came. Hut It never I next SOLD BY cult. came, und you lost your golden opJtolwrt Hlmms went nut of his way portunity. to evade passing the Wade home. He It's getting late now. Soon sap will railed to his sister every evening be running and buds swelling. You against the faddists aud declared that cau't afford to wait any longer. This all was over between himself and the High Prie In Early New York. Vegetable Leather. lady he loved. During the Itrltbih occupation of Tha Japanese grow a plant which "Why, those Infamous swindlers. I New Tork la Revolutionary days, tbt furtiUhes a sort of vegetablo leather. learn, used to travel about the country Bietliod was to In wholcaate tou It Is a pretty shrub called tho "mluu-niatawith a cheap show, playing the clairat puMIc auction and to luue revocand Ita Inner bark, after going fakes to voyant and mesmerising able llcenies to retallera. The bet through certain processes. Is convert credulous audiences. I have found out flour then told for f U a barrel, bacon ed Into a substance as tough as French that the money donated for their reveat 82 cents a pound and beef at IS kid, so transparent that one can al lation rarket was Invested mostly In cents a pound. Wages were teas than tniMt sco through It. and as smooth liquor and clgnrs, and Knrmer Albln I nml 60 cents a day. noft as calfskin. told mo that he drove iwst he old I hermit plant last night and the Il lustrious professor and bis rellovr scientists went having n regulnr Jamboree." The stMclal committee or uie ciuo I thai-h- ad financed the retirement of tho professor was In session in their qunrters two night Inter, when there We are ready to Repair all kinds of cars at the lowest was n great, commotion In the street Then the door were burst outside. prices. Bring your work and give u a TRIAL. We will treat the open. In horrified nmnrement ladles shrank Nick na tho you right. reeled Into the room. Ill nose, alwnjs red. wns moro rubicund thnn ever; hi A Farm Ice House. long hair wn matted and In illsonler. Cut He wns followed by til thrre devoted Is nature's "Inst mil' for liv. fell If It's assistants, nnd tin quartette It even If It Isn't very thick engaged In up more limn you against one number and spongy or soft, put n drinking song would ordinarily to nllow fur greuter the maudlin chorus of us they staggered townrds Hie platwaste. tSet busy. You've heard ubout form. that pluce Hull's pavid with good "Orvat materialisation, ladles," proIiu next summer depends nounced the erudite professor. "Hplrlt prouiid action now not next uon of I'lalo fully materlullxed. I wilt now w i ek. make my famous nddn'ss on the of sectrnl intllles." QUALITY OF EGGS divination DETERMINE Not here you won't." announced the village marshal, coming forward Chesterfield ToObtsIn Accurate Knowledge of Conwith several usslstnnts. "You und your dition It Is Necessary to Rotate crew ore wanted by the police of Muy. no ' Defore Candle. vllle for powlns counterfeit money. sHaaavsa but my I "flats", sisssssssH I'eter I'olts. nlhis Professor Aboukat It I neresiiry to rotato an egg behow Chesterfields do Hiiumil, your cureT of glory Is over," fore the iniiillo If one I to obtain uu Satisfy!" MUs Wade rushed from Iho hall In nccurnle know ledge of Its condition. tears. She lied uven from her liumlll A delightful selection Ily tilting at various ungles, thu locuOF LANCASTER. ttted sisters, A crowd oulsldo JeensI tion and sUe of the ulr spneo can be fine Turkish and and yelled. Somu mm caught her una seen, and very often the Hilllon of the Domestic tobac nnd led her out of the hubbub nud yolk. Hut the iUitllly of tb egg Is commotion. harmoniously cos, very largely determined y the ease "Oh Hubert." h sobbed, looking up A. It. DENNY, Trcsldent. J. E. ST0KS1ES, Vice-I'retthat's blended with ulil I the yolk moves and the moxnUIng her rescuer. "How direction of Its motion. The operator, nnd C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier In Hie Chesterfield 1 I look riK-clablenn niervfor J. It. HAItKIS, Individual egg fee ngnlnr 1. (irtisp the poliiled end of the 'Look me In Ihe face," directed HubHUGH MOBLEY, General with the tip of the lingers. ert seriously, "and assure me that this '.'. Ilnlilliig the blunt em upiermot. llnnl faddist exiierlmeut, und In closely ugnlmt Hie ojk-h-I places the I will sin Unit thu Incident pusses Into spout of the candle. Ing or ubllvlou." S. (lives the egg u quirk turn lo the WE SOLICIT YOUR MUSINESS. 8he obeyed blui, und so pleading, so right or left, wutchliik" the movement jwiilti'iit was Iho expression of that G. II. Swinebroad, Alex K. Denny, J, II. Posey, J, E. Stormee, of the yolk. Slmiul face that Hubert S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. If the egg U perfectly fresh It may klKSil It nnd fell sure down ' dllllcull to Und the yolk at first lieiit Ids bride soon to he was safely be I thu glume, but us Hie egg is turned a cured of her folly. aUuipse of It will b obtained. HannXS top, should pile them In iweklnc them down llrinly, ni'l oenllnc them over with freh beet alio A Mtlfnctory pulp or eirlh. nmv be tnnile by urooplng out n hole lde if ultnble lie and llnlns the lllllng. und bottom with trnw the pit a day, on After iicculent feil Cue iimllty of wnnn. The sllase hn a will be available. the value value iipinl to nlHiiit of hit) The fein rTinultl be collected Imiiil to the feeding ynnl. The llace ronii". out of the pit In warm, appetlzInc condition all through the winter failing terlod. In fact. ome grower. hold a part of the silage for summer feeding to supplement the M.ort-gni- s ciiviii when iature are suffering for lark of molMure. The sllnge I good for Ix'ef or dairy cultle mill nlo for nhivp. When fed amount, excellent In regulateil are had. Much larger value ure hnd from beet top when siloed and feil a a blended ration than when emiied off 11m. fleN In the uiual way. Saving f of the hay crop I a big Item till season where a hay ohortnge exist. b ih-rlna pit the lb. I . ."? oih-iiIii- s mie-linl- f I I "What Is tho trouble now" Impilm! ltutli. "Oh. a new exponent of idrltlmlc Aboil-ka- r science calls hlinclf I'rofo-.o- r Hamad. He hat itellvervil a lecture on hi new theory of oul cut ture, and Allcu nnd the noclety of which the Is secretary have gone wild over lilt economic anil itoclnl nontrunu, Ideiillxnn and llluxludtms. Hut I'rDfcxpor Abnukar Hamad bad no Idea of departing from the rich field ho had wandered Into, lie pro- fcMcd to hne found In llire new itevotres "mjntlc metllumi," capable. ....... . i i i ,1. . P"f '" '". "It ' '('C 1 I almost an themselves postesied of little or no appetite raid their systems in n dread nnd nerfully weakened, vous title. Considering Dr. Kichardi wonls it is easy to understand why Trutona has proven such a remarkable remedy for these bad after effects, "An appetixer, strengthened system builder and real nerve tonic" these nre the qualifications that have won for Trutona the unstinted praise of thousands of unfortunate in tnllucnta and pneumonia victims who have regained their health through the Perfect Tonic. "WHAT OTHERS SAY". Mike Hamilton, a traction company employe and Term Haute Intl., man who lives at 418 South run-dowover-comin- g well-know- n Influenza. I certainly feel different nowadays and I can highly recommend Trutona especially as an after-the-fl- u medicine." Harry I.ee, tflfil Gallagher street, Louisville Ky. a sufferer from the s of pneumonia, says: "Ive pounds and feel gnlned twenty-eigh- t fine now just like a new man, since taking Trutona," nil of which is sure ly conclusive proof of Trutona's merit. "I've found Trutonn to be very efof ficient In overcoming after-effect- s inlluenia". declares Mr. Iva Hates, a Peru, Ind., woman of I S3 Canal Street. There are scores of other similar statements and they prove conclusively that there is no belter preparation for the treatment of after effects of pneumonia, influenza, deep colds nnd the like than Trutona, the Perfect Tonic. Trutona is sold in Ijincnster, at IS. 11 Mcltoberts Drug store. (Advertisement) after-effectwell-know- n re-u- ll y iine-hal- i h, stain-and-varnis- tprt We Have It CALL US CONN BROS., Lancaster, Ky. Let Us Mail it to You. stl ," Mo Roberts Drug eStore BRYANTSVILLE GARAGE. pnfeor WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR S. W. Haicomb, Prop. Bryantsvllle, Kentucky. and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. new note NO of " sharps", THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. Surplus i30,()00. t. e Book-keepe- r. Dook-Keepe- r. ! ,ur Safety Oiptiit Ixm Ftr Hint. tear-staine- d I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April I, 1920 4 mm ELECTRICITY FOR EVERY FARM you hnve dependable Bj in talling Dclco-L.gyour own power plant, electric service. Klcctrlc lights will make your home cheery and bright, KIcctric power will pump the water 's 50 o easy III HEARTS OF GOLD Ur T. D. ALDERSON I, M, W.H.in N.w.k.ix Latonl II WlillfJ IlltiXUII hud euru'iy rhniwd. I'nrtu-i- , Mure and fiiim generation to nuiiit m uwny, few gcttetulltm, few tiiuw-- d It wn an Niii.iiiti r- - innie to remain lii fliliiiH, Mtinily going town, n Ihllf ia;? well Painted Floors finished floors arc the pride of the home. It is easy and inexpen s've to keep your floors in pctfect condition vritK little work Un you paint them with WORK IS PLAY TO WOMAN WHO GAINS RELIEF il'yp)lhl, Feels Well and Strong and Work Doesn't Worry Her Any More. Beautifully rtl si.lily. itflitf ll niieti-ii- t landmark, m id In-- li ceiitertil Its ciiuiiiiiiiilty welfare It ilriet otff night with a hud, klgh-glo-u basso docs not mu or crack m absolutely wuef-proouti tttnd severest Krubbtag. It come in eiaa KiKtife colon. f, JUh It CUr Ch4i mm4 PMt ar -- nil McRoberts Drug Store. Ky. Lancaster, I I BRYANTSVILLE Mr. Joel Marsce it tome better nt t htm writing Hankin wat in Danville shopping Saturday. Mr. J. C. William mail a buitncsi trip to Cincinnati lait week. Mr. Chorlc improving Mr. Jamr Durham after an attack of pneumonia. Kev. anil Mr. 0. S. Conant spent 1 a few day week n I.ouiville. Mcsdamcs K. I. Hurten anil W. K. DavU were Danville vUitors Thurs-dacs lat C. C. 'llccker and M. O. Kennedy were in Danville shopping Friday. Mr. Clay Coulter returned Friday from Dry Itldgc where he underwent a treatment. Quits a number from here attend ed the "Womanlcts Wedding" Friday evening at Lancaster. Mr. J. Ilogari Ilallard and Mr. K. Mayme Hallard II. Ilallard and Ml were Danville hopper Thursday. The quarterly meeting was held Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at the M. K. Church by Kev Ktrether of Danville. MI mi Elizabeth Glass and Mr. Itol. ert llalcomb of Wllmorc were the guests Sunday of Mr. II. II. llalcomb and family. Medamcs 11, II. llalcomb and V J. ilroadu. Muiri l.ettie Ilroadu and Mary' Helle llalcomb and Mr. Louis: Ilroadu were in Lexington (hopping Saturday. Si30 P. OUR STOKES WILL CLOSE AT M. EACH DAY, COMMEN-CINMONDAY, APRIL 8th. J. E. DICKERSON AND SON, JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. C Mr. and Mr. Kobert Hankin en- tertained a number of relatives Sun day, those present were Mr. and Mrs. I). F. Rankin. Mr and Mr. Charlie Rankin and Mr. and Mr. Dove Han kin and family. The many friends of Mr. Walker Poor of Wilmoro will bo lurpriied to hear of l.is marriage to Mils F.litabcth Singleton near Wilmore lat Tuesday at the home of the bride parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Singleton. The most enjoyable ichnol event of the year was a trip to Frankfort Tom, entertained Rev. D. F. SebasMr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Doolin will be tian nnd Prof. Tomerlln, Mr. Tom hosts nt dinner next Sunday in honor Picratt, Misses Sallie Lou Teater, and of licv. and Mrs. J. II. Skaggs. Ethyl Kay at dinner Sunday. OUR STORES WILL CLOSE AT Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford were Si30 P. M. EACH DAY, COMMEN at Hanlcy, Saturday to see their little MONDAY, APRIL Sth. CING Margaret Harris, at J. E. DICKERSON AND SON, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. Brumflcld. She made her appearance The many friends here of Mrs. Wil- Mnrch 23, 1020. liam Stalling, of Crestwood w.ill be Officers nnd teachers elected at S. sorry to learn of her misfortune to S. Sunday P. M. were, Rev. D. F. Seflight of stairs, breaking fall down n bastian, Supt., Mr. A. C. Miles and her nose and nrm In two places, her Mr. Hugh Kurtz, assistant Supt, Miss body was also badly bruised. Ethyl Ray, Secretary, Mrs. Nora TeaMr. Freeman and family of Dan- tcr, Treasurer, Mrs. A. C. Miles, Mrs. ville were Sunday guests at dinner of John Land, Mrs, Irene Hoover, Mrs. Kev. and Mrs. 1). J. Skaggs. Mr. Robert Braodus, Mrs. Hubert Carter Freeman made a very Interesting talk and Miss Snllie Lou Teater, teachers, Sunday morning and evening on Sun- Mrs. K. W. Sanders, Supt. of Home peded his plans. day school work. His talk was most- Department and Mrs. John Land, Dlsston detected a symptom of sup- ly adapted to the children which they superintendent of Cradle Roll, pressed excitement In Gladys as she greatly enjoyed. It also had n few I enme over early one morning nnj "hits" for the older one. asked him to go with her to secure Lexington. Ky., March 20.- - The. some (lower Just beginning to bloom. -He was somewKai surprised nt thU InCollege of the Ilible ia to recelvo a fringement m working hours on the gift of 12,000 thru the will of A. M. part of this practical little girl farmW Jones, of Mayficld, who recently died er, Uie morn so when she dallied after I nt Jackson, Florida. Mr, Jones has gathering the Mowers nnd two hours tbrays tak After you been n staunch supporter of the Col- sM-- d nway. lege for year, nnd has made fre"Now, let u get back to the house through the little grove," he spoke quent gifts to it. Another gift of $1,000 was made a they regained the vicinity of the this week to the College of the Ilible, houM nnd then, Just a they cleared " coming without solicitation, and as this, she exclaimed In a Joyful tones: . Stops ooi Morlac. MtCsMfr ".Vow look I What do you seel" a voluntary expression of approba tMMtlsf, aad ail stomach miseries. - IsiJia What Ralph DUstou saw held him tesitm. K rtfjia tion of the Institution and of the spellbound. In r-llfSIMH-- . fa yard wa n brand-nethe KATOH1C la IS hat rwMSy. Tsm W IW-fwork it Is doing. wugou bum the TWO GIFTS To College Of Bible Announced. They toured thru via and Vereullles and came back via "Shady Ijine" and Lexington. A delightful lunch was served In the capitol, They visited the Capitol, Old State lloune. Penitentiary. Cemetery and the Feeble Minded Institute. Those going were Misses Ida Senke, Martha W. Cur tis, Mary llelle llalcomb, Allcne Cur-ti- t, Theesa Woods, Viola and Jean Rankin. Margaret Curtis, Lou Klra Doolin, Elizabeth Swope, Ethyl Wylie, Mary Frnnci Montgomery, Messrs Ruxiell and Gilbert Curti. Thomas Henry Edwards, Raymond Doolin, Wilbur Montgomery, Teddy Mullins, Ezra Wood. Andrew Hutchison, Ij. Rue Curtis, II. A. Dawes, ment." Richard Conant, Mcsdames Fores! Dlsston made an arrangement with Curtis and Floyd Curtis, Misses ' the Cooper brother to work the crops Elizabeth llettii, llettie Scott, l.illa ' ou share until he secured n better Mae Arnold, Alia Mae Edwards, Knikp of the situation. The hue of Messrs Carl Curtl. S. V llalcomb j healih came Into his face with pure air and plenty of It, substantial food and Prof T II Grnitcr, evenings pnt and companionable , among hi neighbors. It warn (lladys who Inducted Is I tit Into driving the old heavy team that went with the place, and with her mother did much In BlUouaoeat, Sour f making the luterlur of the house pre-- ! Coated Toegue, Sionuch, Sick Hcsdscbe, Bloaila, Gas, amiable. lodiet-tio- o, Con.tipatioo, or other Une night the stables of tho place no remedy more highly caught Ore. Neighbors saved soine lhaa farm machinery, but the horses and the two wagons were cousumed. The FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLET? lost wa greatly felt by Dlsston, for The cauie no gilping or nines. he had not the money to replace thee Cleante (be bowel, awecteo tk Uota-ac- h to successrui Decennary adjuncts and benefit the liver. Never disHrer-bosympathised farming. appoint. with him, and there were tear In the it... nitiik simmm. in So. u.i B. Cm "I c.a kaMMlr Hr Tolil eye of Uladya as she stood by Ida TmI.u uf tide slewing the ruins of the old McRobrts Drug Store. barn. DUstou had to arrange with neighbor to do what carting wns required and the setback serlouily ImNlcholsavllle III-to- lat Tuesday. 'i'licre wh nil Ideal liuini'llkeiiess nil comfort to Its ono hotel that t'liiirmrd Ralph DImIoii, and a virtu In geniality III lh Kreetlng of peoplo In- - liud ncter met before. At tliu end of a wei'k tho tall, handsome )oung man, with tint pallor of frail health In hi face, illsclimil tho object of hi visit and was welcomed with open hamlt and hearts. DKMim had been employed In mer rantlle line In the city, and hi labors had resulted In a breakdown. clan hud mlrUeil life In tho open, and It seemed poviliiln when he was apprised that hi half uncle, Ilenlien Piige. at Itlottnn, had left him the fur m tbat had been In the family for oer M'tenty yearn. What ready limn- ey the latter Ke-ie- d had been distributed uimttig hi sister. fnund the old farm neglectHut that could ed and run down. readily - attended to, Jnliu Pnxtun, hi neare't lielglibur, told him. Perwith haps, too, an nciiunlntuiice (Jliiiljn, hU daughter, had n giHxI deal to do In Inlltieiiclag I)l.ton. She was young wholenomo a brlk, Indus- wmiiun of twenty-two- , trloun and hnppy splrlteil, and she actn ed ni guide and udvlner In taking oer hi newly acquired domain. People warmeil up to him after he (nude It kuowu that he wax the heir to the Page farm. Then DlnMoii mnde the community more friendly than ever when two men. Kirn and lien Couper, brothers, called upon him. "Your uncle hu let u euch occupy fifty acres where tho farm tuuche tho creek slniis we were boys, friti grntl," Kira CWper told Dlnston. -- I suppo we'e got to pack up and lenvo now J" "Not at my reiuet," replied Dlsston prtimptly. "I would miss having you people around to help nm out when I make blunder. You can stay right where you are on the old arrangeDl-it- Louisville, Ky., .March .list, My work seem mure like play thnn anynnd In other ways save you time and thing else since I hnve tnketi Trutonn, labor every day. "Mrs. Katie llowmnn, T.I8 Kast Jefferson Street, said a few day ago, WHITE FOK CATALOG. while discussing with friends the benefits she has received thru the use of the Perfect Tonic. In describing in detail her relief Mrs. llowmnn said: "I was nil run down. My liver was out of condition anil I had no appetite. I wns chiefly annoyed with dizty spells. I'd be walking nlonjt CONSTIPATION IN PIGS. BUCKEYE the sidewnlk when suddenly I would Do not let your pig become conbecome so dizzy I'd almost fall nnd Mr. 0car Kay Carter i at home stipated, their liver inactive. If you I'd hnve to grasp something nnd rest from Bercn College. do, they will be an easy prey to disn while before I could continue. Mr. Tom I'ieratt visited his par- ease. Give them IJ. A. THOMAS' "I beenme Interested In Trutonn HOG POWDER, the Ideal laxative nnd decided to try It because of the ents near Kichmond recently. tonic and worm cxpelfer. W. A. Mrs. G. M. Hendrcn wns n guest of relief that so many of my friend Dlckcrson, Lancaster. Adv. had gained through the medicine. I her daughter, Mrs. Davis at Brynnts-vill- c have taken four bottles of Trutonn on Monday. Frlflhtsntd Into Kindliness. and, believe me, It lint done wonders. In JnMn li child I told that If he Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sander of I have an awful nppetite now and Madison county visited Mrs. Robert--, MlW a eat It will rrrenee Itself for hnve gained In weight, yes, gained set en generation; or that If be kills Ilronddus recently. a frog and witches Its twitching In three pound in n very short time. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel of Mad It death struggles, ever after bla That's what I needed most of all, for I had fallen off considerably, tlut ison county were guests of Mr. nr. hand will tremble when he tries to write. best of nil, I don't worry ubout my Mrs. Kny Noel last week. work nnymore. I feel stronj- - and Rev. D. F. Sebastian and Prof. Clock Olal. healthy and my duties are more like Tomcrlin were guest of Mr. and A patent has been granted for a piny than anything else." Mrs. A. C. Miles Sunday night. featured by n sort of Trutonn is now being Introduced clock dlnl to Indicate tho day of the Mr. Noel Bogie and sisters Francis week, day of the month and hour when and explained in Lancaster at and Nora, of Mnrksbury were guests a man uhsent from his office will reDrug Store. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Noel Sunday. turn. Goodloe C& IT RUNS Walker Bros. KEROSENE. ON 1 Thres-Hsndt- d ds-vl- three-hande- d Advertisement. Mrs. Nora Teatcr, Misses Ethyl Artec Emeralds, Kny, Snllie Lou Teater and Tom Mor-for- d Among the Aztec tresxures of Mexspent Monday nnd Tuesday In ico were found many fine, emerald. Mr. K. T. Sutton has purchased n Nicholnsville and Lexington. They were exquisitely cut, and It Is new touring car. "Jumbo Jum" and the graduating from this source that the magnificent Mrs. It. S. Clark lost o very val- programme at the Buckeye High emeralds now forming part of the royal collection of Spain were supuable mare by death last week. school, Thursday and Friday eve- posed to hnve rome. Miss Kebeccn Slier of Lancaster, nings were well attended and enjoyAncltnt Wisdom. was the week end guest of Mits Stella ed by all. You do the greatest service to the Doty. We regret that Prof. Tomcrlin has ttate If you shall raise, not the roof Mrs. Uyley Isom recently presented decided to locate elsewhere. His of the houses, but the souls of the her eldest son Cullon n nice one seat- work nt this place has been very suc- citizen; for It It better that great ed car. cessful. We hope to have him back soul should dwell In small houses rather than for mean slaves to lurk la Mr. Mark Bogie and family have with us soon. great home Kplctetu. been visiting his daughter, Mr. Tom Miss Christine Morford and brother MARKSBU1CY Chestnut of Fnyettc County. Egg-Eatin- g For Bad Breath of 1 rscoffl-mcod- grand-daught- er td A queer African species of make, which lire on egg, has tootlillka splko projecting downward from Its backbone. Just behind tho head, which. Is tipped with enamel. When It swallows an egg the latter passes down the gullet until It encounters the spike, which break the thelL Thus no part of the fluid content It lost, as would be the case If tho snake were obliged to bite the egg with Its tnouth-fanfs- . Snaktt. dr ECZEHA -- lnic Nof-r.l- k, fttU ia Um trf.tmml of fet-t- r. lick, tic T.tl.r. Rini-rort- n, rd c Don't Dfcom Hwitt' iUMutquftloaifllun'.UlN NNIT othf BACK b.a rtlwvtd hua-tra- d of sack cam. You caa't ob ear Hnmt Cat Cmanmt. Try it at mu rtak f.itaj "l tmtanli iuuai. rm 7M at STORM ES DRUG STORE, 1 I' aaS Ms 7McPfoAU t FATONIC I I lrT"r "t i WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE GENUINE ;i Vulcan and Oliver ni VN-J- o. BLACK PAT Ho Is 10 hands hiK.i, blnck with white face, 0 years old and n natural walking horse. He will make the season of 1020 nt my barn at Hyatts-ville, of latest t)ie. Attached to It were two superb black horses, young, rtrong, dispelr. Animal and vehicle, were decorated with rlblon, and a they approached them they saw a card attached to the wagon which read: "From truo friends to the -- r- laliitsto aSMi WM SMb pafri-- -! I I 3 Plows IMHTf R. E. McROBERTS. Lancaster, Ky. at $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. "Dear Mr, DNslon," spoke (ilndys, "there Is not a person In llloxton who has not Joined In this gift. They help when anybody la In troubleJust as you did with the Cooper Itoys." It took all the morulng for Ralph Dlsston to get over the vast surprise of the day, He had certainly cornel among eople kindly and loyal asown j brothers and Inters, and he felt sincerely In hi heart that hi lines had Indeed fallen In pleasant places. "Well, what do you think of It. -- CARNEGIE DIRECTOR Writes About Old Book. Lexington, Ky A letter hat been received by Mrs. Charles F. Norton, librarian of Transylvania College, from J. F. Jameson, director of the Carnegie Institution, speaking in the highest terms of the recent bulletin on the library of Transylvania. Mr, Jameson was especially Interested In the description of the volume bearing the coat of arms of Sir William Cecil. A similar volume is owned by Arthur Lord, of Boston and Plymouth, which he believes to have been brought In the Mayflower by William Brewster. They sre making Investigation In regard to the probable source of the Transylvania volume. - WE ALSO HAVE THE OLIVER RIDING PLOWS. DON'T FORGET THAT WE HAVE THE FAMOUS Tran-sylvan- ia Jack, Black Pat is sired by Wnlkinjr Pat. he by Jesse Cobb, lllack Pat's first dam by Silver King, sired by Joe Karris' Silver Kirur and he by Stonewall Jackson. 1st dam by Stonewall Jackson, Jr., 2nd dam by Old Stonewall Jackson, lllack Pat's 2nd, dam Old Pat Denmark, art. dam, Old Drenuon, 1th dam, Old Copper Hottom. Will nlso at the same time and place stand my fine young i Weber Wagons A CAR LOAD NOW IN STOCK. AMERICAN WIRE FENCE. AL-SO SUNDAY JOHN few marcs at to a $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Lien retained on all colts for the season money. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not resposiblo should any occur. friend)' submitted John Paxton whole-hearted com-lu- g J. ,C. GASTINEAU. over from hi home, "I tell you when these, llloxtonlte take a fancy to a man, he's fixed for life. Next thing they'll be finding wife for yoii, heyt" "I hope they do," rejoined DUston promptly, with u glance at hi pretty companion, "And I hope," he added, audaciously, "they won't go far to find her," and (llady flushed red the lowera to her hsad. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, jj KENTUCKY. Aumm IB W The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 1, 1920. $2.00 Worth of Merchandise Absolutely Free With a $2. .Purchase of Groceries. m $2.00. GRO- This is given to the first 1500 Customers only and is limited to that number, so come early and get in on the biggest thing ever offered in the state. we are going to give Away Absolutely Free On Saturday, April 10th, 1500 Baskets and their contents worth THE ONLY THING YOU HAVE TO DO TO GET ONE OF THESE BASKETS IS TO BUY $2.00 WORTH OF CERIES. ONE BASKET ONLY WILL BE ALLOWED TO A FAMILY. Come and bring your family and your friends as this is an opportunity you cannot afford to miss. Every Basket will contain a ticket worth $1.00 if applied on a cash purchase of $6.00. Here are some of the thing which will be in the baskets. Package Postum Package Grape Nuts Package Post Toasties Syrup Recipe Booklet Booklet Cake Yeast Foam Recipe Book 72 Page Cook Book Can Bon Bon Baking Powder Stamp Case Note Book Recipe Book First 50 Baskets - Bottle Opener Thimble Booklet "101 Uses of Salt" envelope Pleasant Pellets Cook Book Copy McCalls Magazine Book "Fitting Men's Feet" Small Package Korn Krisp Small Package Krumbled Bran Recipe Book Small Cake Palm Olive Soap Jello Recipe Book 50 Page Song Book Note Book " Postum Cereal Company. Postum Cereal Company. Postum Cereal Company. Postum Cereal Company. California Associated Raisin Co. Calumet Baking Powder Co. Northwestern Yeast Co. Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Co. Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Co. Northwestern Yeast Co. Palm Olive Co. Gencssee Pure Food Co. Sharpies Seperator Company. Oskosh Overall Co. Diamond Crystal Salt Co. Diamond Crystal Salt Co. Diamond Crystal Salt Co. Worlds Dispensary Medical Association. Corn Products Refining Co. - G. C. Grant Chemical Co. Favorite Stove and Kanire Co. Favorite Stove and Ilanc Co. National Oat Co. Post urn Cereal Company. t ,,',. ' . " McCnll Company. Package Cakes Package Jays Pepsotone Recipe Book Sets (32 cards) Post Cards Food Economy Booklet Almanac Balloon or Popping Pistol Recipe Book . sample can Arm and Hammer Soda Book "Instructions on Poultry Raising" Book "Helps for the Hostess" Stick Chewing Gum Cake Lava Soap Basting Spoon . Jelly Cake or pie pan Pencil Package Stock Tonic 94 page Stock Book 60 page Poultry Culture Book i . Note Book Cap Commonwealth Shoe and Leather Go. Geo. H. Strietman's Sons Co. Jays Pepsotone Co. Carnation Milk Products Co. Geo. K. Keith Company. Charles B. Knox Co. Church and Dwight Co. McElroy Sloan Shoe Company. Church and Dwight Co. Church and Dwight Co. International llarvestor Co. Joseph Campbell Company. William Wrigley, Jr., Co. Wm. Wnltke Co. Belknaps Hardware and Mfg Co, Robinson Bros and Co., Louisville Tin and Stove. Go. Birdsell Manufacturing Co. Dr. Hess and Clark. Dr. Hess and Clark. Dr. Hess and Clark. Owensboro Wagon Company. Big Ben Manufacturing Company. Next 150 baskets will not have Poultry Culture Book. ' ' i . ' Next 16 Baskets will not have, , Poultry Culture Books, Note Books or Pencils. Next 134 Baskets will not have Poultry Culture Books, Pencils, Note Books or Pie Pans. Poultry Culture, Pencils, Not Books, Pie Pans, Stock Books ' - Next 150 Baskets will not have, or Stock Tonic. Not only do we give you $2.00 in merchandise free with your $2.00 purchase on April 10th, but in order to make it the one Big Day in all our history, we are going the limit by giving a special offer of In all departments except Grocery and Meat Market by attaching a card to each basket which is good for $1.00 on each $6.00 Cash purchase made within the following week up to Saturday night, April 17th, 1920. 20 PER CENT REDUCTION WELXHS DEPT. STORE BEREA, BEREA, KY KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE. Use the Phone aid "Sive the Difference" KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April I, 1920 H Why man we made this cigarette for you! DONE IN CHALK Dr EVELYN LEE Ubi.bi (tolilon, clorloiia Mlimiier il)N they Imttnlid the fervid Itiinclnnllmi of Mn Tlinrtmi and i"he wondered If ever ftCMlll Hie llowrm noiild fcelii mi lately, the bird altie n oweetly, the nUlei look m brlKlit. Would thdr prom!e of n renewal Mer come Intej Oh, mri'lj iil for hud not Nnrrl llrnwn llic Mild It, nml unit lie not Ilia otil of honor, 'nml did ho not lore her? lie hud revealed to her hi oul Inner mo t tecrrt the hut day they hail Hnndercd In the wood. Iloloveil her, tut ho would not nk her to bind her-iH-f to anr irotnle. lie wn klinply n ptrtiirsllris nrtlat. he frnnkly told her. Ill chnnce meetlni: with her, the rare miturnl l.enutlen of her environment hnd clvin lilm the lnpImtloii of a treat picture, lie was coins bnck to trt dly enrret aludlo to tnll for her and for fume I Springtime hnd merge! Into ami now thu lnnd"cne wn ere. Iwt for out innntli Avn had lie no word from the man Intnl. Formerly every letter hnd hrentlieil hope and fulth In tlm iirce of lilt crent life effnrt. Then there hnd come titter ullenee. The clrl crew nnx-linbotracteil. fenr filled. Wn ahe never to w him nenlnj Had failure, a new ohjeet of nffertloil lulUlenced him to forcet her? "Why do you not henr from Mr. Ilrownlns nny tiinro7" tier brother, Wnlter, a Ind of tjxleen. aollcltously Inqitlriil. "Vnii know, Avn, he tta turely to come lo fee tn ncnln." Hut Atn only hMU her bend ndly and went atvny ttlth tears In her eje. WHlter ImoI funteneil Id fnlth Irrevoca-M- y iimii llninuliii;, who bad dlncerned prox-ctlttirtlstlc cenlll In ttio Ind. lie Imd tnken pnln to direct and Wnlter and thu day he left Imd made blui n pnent,of it n-- of crayon. It liad been a plennnnt reminder brother to Avn to wnlch her ninbttlou nltli x'nrll mid pad cvcnlnc" innkltu: of mme quite pretentlou alctchc fntHlllar home Mirroundlnc. Two picture that be made, ono of Itrownlns from memory, nnd one of Avn poMns: for Mm, Indicated what the former hnd fall) of him. Hint he Nmetil itum-m'e- GLEYS Heres The flavor lasts-a- nd iCriii.hi, imi. w..ur Stw.p.r.r T W t L p Ml 9 h l k. iil j . HH tjL ,yyi'i' m9!VHH9HP4 r LttP(vfnii ild-body r fl!9Fl I r?S8LF ILIfriLS b T mfSuF" the to teeth, appetite, digestion! f i t JO rijatttvt tfmg er ro r y feemmmmd f Ait without tiring your taste. They-leavno unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! To get a line on why Camels win you so completely compare them with any cigarette in the world at any price. You'll prefer quaitytocoupons or premiums! puff-for-pu- they were made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and due to Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos are a revelation You will prefer the Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight With Camels you can go the limit mellow-m1 fit your CAMELS completelycigarette you'll agree to -l I 0 WRIGLEYSjUQ to you with all its goodness perfect-y preserved. I Hy H 1 e J e ff t K. J. HRYNOLDS TODACCO CO., Wlnnon.Sal.ro, N.C Recorded Cclipte. The flrt mwiIiiI linpx-noI rr." Ilgbert "Ve; Jtiht col Marrh ll. TJl II ('.. lit 8:40 j. iii acIt wa lunnr and Via down the atreet" llacon "What cording to Ptol.-inI'ghert "One' a wn ohterted with nerurnry nt I In by book are theyr cookbook for tn y wife; ttio other' Inn. Annsagorn wn the Unit In exthe ;lo lint .Ud for the Sick." for mylf." plain 4.Vt It. hIchI citu.e of eclipse about Youkrr Statesman. ) Uttful. Anyway. Itamn "llii'ii buying n ronpte of ftt l BUIGK Prices Have Not advanced Huigk prices on open model have not changed since October, 1!M8. We do not know how long this condition will continue, but the achievement of price level over eighteen months of the most uncertain manufacturing conditions ever known in the nntion is n most striking testimonial to the efficiency of Buick methods and the sincority of Huick efforts to ?ell its product at n fair price. So far as we are informed, the Huiok enr is the only one in America whoso price has not been advanced during this period. The following is the list of Huick models ami the delivered price: main-tuiniiur K-- 14 K-4- Three-pmscng- cr Ioadtcr. Touring Car Touring Car Coupe 1 Sedan Sedan 5 9 6 7 0 Fivc-paaaeng- cr $1,650.00 1,650.00 1,950.00 K-4- Sevcn-paaacng- cr K-4- Four-Paiteng- er K-3- Five-pntienc- cr 2,275.00 2,500.00 2,900.00 K-5- Seven-paitcng- cr nnd hnd cherUhed Ida admtlon aecretly, eten from Atn. At thu renr of the houe wn nn old unucd bnrn. Thl apaco hnd beciunc the tudlo of the youtiB nrtlt. for here he could undertake large effort with hi crayon. e He hnd tlnlnhed one or two Imitation Caitern Carpet. nnd It wn hi delight to view Cnrpvt now aohl n rxnet reproduo Hoik of rare eaftern rug are n tribute them. One rnlny morning Wnlter crept to modern nrt. Smni; of the most nut up luto Iho bnrti attic. He wn a benp tn And there lying bMo rt'iirtxlnctloin nrc thou of the century coronation CHtix't of old liorae Mnnket n ntrnnger. Ill n ii'V for tin? iIibIi of I'eln, tin- - Klinr pillow wa it bundle done up In a piece e iiii rue nml Hit-- fntuou cnriat of oilcloth, hi nttlro half ugsetlte At nil events he I.nmnll. of the tramp. for tht Slit-Ito Wnlter a n plctureiue auh-JePrlmrote Leacnil. for portrajnl, lie wn fimt alH' The trlinrop l nn oniclo In lore and Wnlter et nt work nt n vncnnt affair. I.t jotnli or tuuld pull Hie pnee on the aide wall to reproduce flower, nml. nfter cuttliiB off the top Mm In chalk. It In n ecret place. of the ktmnvii. Walter completed the portrait enyouth il nn in ttirouch tlio nlgtit of tirely to hi rntlafnctlou and left the tAt looklnt; nt It turvtlu-art- . Vxn Mi loft. He forgot nil about the Intruding the next day. If he Ond ttio Htamen trnncer until Inter In the afternoon, ahot out to their former helcht, auo when he antv his fattier talking withn dtkappolnt-wen- t. rt'k Hill nttend: If not. man who hnd driven up In nil nutmno-bll- e with two other. Alt of them he recognized n town officer. Natural Inquiry, "The man got awny with over fifty Our llltlu fouryenrold plrl went tecurl-li- e with mo to fivd the chickens. Tin tluiuniiid dnltarM In cnli and from the bntik." the herlff tvn food un qulie hot and the clilckelin nylng n Waller enme tin. "He tta drew their tilll out quickly. I "iild: "They oueht not put their noe In teen Inter by n fanner currjlng n that hot food." chicken sot package done up In oilcloth. Wo bnve the enker noal" he Bkil. I told her they detail of Idthedre." and of Walter' aubject decrltHl had, nml li r next Inquiry "Where d they rarry their hatidker-chlefn- f morning portrait. "Keep n keen lookout," proceeded the oltlclnl. "A reKx limine. ward of five tliouiiiid dolliir la nnd tvu will divide It with nny-(- n Orlglnil "Uncle 6am." giving u n clue to the Identity of Purine the revolutionary unr there the innii." n man by the nnuie of Samuel mi "SupHe anpiHiM'," hurt out WalAH xm. ho was riiKnceil n an In ler eagerly, "yon could nee a picture of I i tor of provision, lie nun known 'v hl friend a "L'nclo Sam." In hla the man, would that menu anything lo t.otk lie itiunped Itif iK'rtitl cooiIh "U. your re"Would It le anything to s ulilrh Initial Imppineil to atand or hla nickname aa well ni hU cov pented the herlff excitedly. "Why! nii'ient. Thu the two Leon mo Idcn-.i- t Hint would be nil tve need." "And If I can how you ueh n picI L'nclo Sam n on old man with wna taken from Samuel Wil-- - ture, do I get hnlf the rewardl" "If It lend to the nrret of the man, i' Kxchntifu. bcun-vna- Nothing New Unuer Sun. Now York Tribune dlacover that Utirke until thin oiprvflnn : "I liotil! they did." In Cluirlc Dickons' ".sketche by Ilnz,? n atreet ifchln about to one of two fighting women. "Tut tlie kyeboh on her. Mnry." There l"nnililnc new, not even In alnng ex- prvlon. Klnrldn Metropoll. jiortrnlture. natural Rift Hut Walter hnd been nmhltlou fr Woman' Wonderful Love. There a the heart of woman auch deep well of lovo that no ago can I In freeze It. Hulwer-Lytto- See thi Polntf Said the ohserv tig feller, ".Vewnpa-pe- r ennnot be guilty of prevarication a long ns they get proof of vterythlni Star. they oy." Indlanopoll iii" -- Iy The Hall That Titian Loved. Venem Even Aflct Vecctable. ore generally They lire to be hot tempered. One nuthortty on aiuike has de Inclined to be hasty, hut are never vinclnrnl thut the venom of the rattier dictive. Thl quickness of tetnKT I will affect even vegetable. 'Having vurietle with a due to Impulslvcliennd n love of Inoculated varlou ipenklng out what they have In tnlniL point of h lancet, he found them the n They are usually of n aunny diaiiosl-tloueit day withered nod dend, looking and are honest and truthful, but as If they hnd been atruck by tight nlng. rather vnln nnd eager for admiration. Ited-hulrcup-po- STOP! LOOK! of "Ile un: LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds ur AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with a' new battery or repair your old one. battery chafer We hnve installed and are now ready for battery charging. e.H Remombor, please, that these are the delivered prices and cover freight and war tax, extra tire, tire cover, bumper and lenses. We are able at this time to make immodinte delivery on the three open models, and will be so long as the few we have on hand remain unsold. There Is no value comparable to the Huick at this price range, and the prudent buyer will not fall to grasp the opportunity. , Y"S """l" V'" "Come with me," dlreclcd Wnlter, and a he rotenled III lut nrtl'tlc effort he explained the clrcuinttimce of It rontl ruction. "The ret I vay," pn)clnlmel the herlff Jubllnnlly, nnd Md ntvay ttlth til men lo overtake the fugitive within twenty-four hour. HazelwoGc! Sanato-hi- m for tSt Trtatmmt vf ,. It. nun.. J by the LeuliiHe i ulieiiwlo UAue.Utlonf9r t , The Lancaster Buick Co. L. B. CONN, Prop. ( tut l.:t jb UunJry, .ktu u i;iiai tincut cl uU n i : ticket uL t'-- rJ, L'.CJ itc. Ill '! t jr c notion, wmV.It-cludi- i. Box 486. Lancaster, Ky. AT CONN AND CONN GARAGE. kiLlrateafar j lutraundinj II umoirr, HdMWI It. I tllMMI ) .Wt. ttmj h' l CImi u B f t . 'm Jt, Imu r, AJ . m t LVIIjtlt-- I .r !' wn n proud moment for Wnlter Ttiuraton when III father waw given a check for Imlf of the rewnnl. "Fiitber," he unld. "will )ou let me have aoise of the money to go to the rlty am! attnly nrt) I wnnt to ace Mr. Drowning, ton. It l the only work I tike lo do." nml there wn nu gainsay, lug the utHldllou little fellow. Atn bade him a fluttering good-by- . "Write me eterythlng," he whlK-re.- l to hint, nnd out) mi fur oxprened (H iily her mingled hope nml dread. Hut It wa nil luo. the new that raine n week luter. .Vorrl llronnlng Imd teen III nt u horpllnl. n III that Miulil Id feter und delirium Jie could not be told thuptil fiiiiiou picture had purrlmked for n large um by a wealthy rftt ctmnoloeur. "Our deur friend l leller now." rut Waller. "He lIV of no rue but you. And very tocn you will ee'liotb f ua." It With our Aceytcleno and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At nny time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We nlso carry a largo stock of nuto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. Wo handlo the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. Wo also furnish Frco Air nnd nrc equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garago Open Day and Night. Satisfaction guaranteed. n Patrick & Conn, HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday April BssbbbP slSSSVv 1 , 1 920 DRESS UP FOR EASTER BE SORE YOU HAVE CORRECT STYLE. You want to be smartly dressed'for Easter Everybody else Will be, but the style you like when the suit is new, ought to look that way for months after Easter. The only way to get that is to get style that's founded on and good tailoring. This is why we feature HART SCHAFFNER & MARK all Wool Clothing, and we have plenty of them in Mens and Young Mens Suits, with the latest touches. all-wo- ol sWsbwiiH sW $35.00, $37.50, $40.00, $45.00. $50.00, $55.00, $60.00. BOYS KNEE SUITS MEN'S SHOES, LADIES' SHOES, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 and $25.00. BOYS SHOES, MISSES' SHOES. Cepjrrigk im.lUrtSdiaaBct&Man WlJ L Ceeyrlajht lm.HtrtScfcst act fcMits GUY. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Jas. W. Smith LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ing kindness and greeting the little meet them. friendliness ones when In wc is now a full fledged farmer and will tractive outdoor game in thU com- her. She leaves to mourn her loss, have n crop of corn and tobacco this munity at present. her parents, three brothers and five Mrs. OUIe Graham visited Mrs. year, on the farm of his father, Mr. Mrs. I.cn Cobb and daughter, Mat-ti- c sisters, her husband and Ave little Miley Beatify Saturday afternoon. Z. T. Rice, and will make his home Beaulah were the guests of Mr. ones, the oldest being live years of Mrs. C. R. Henry was n recent vis with Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mr. Amanda Clouse Tuesday afternoon. age, to all of whom we extend our and Mrs. Willinm Sutton. itor of Mrs. Edd Ross of Lancaster. The stork visited the home of Mr. deepest sympathy in their dark hour Mr. Harry D. Rice spent the past Herman Osborne Sunday March 21, of sorrow, but may the words she COY week end In Richmond with relatives and left n boy christened Charles left behind be word of comfort and rest assured she is at peace for when Mr. J. W. Wright of Mercer coun Mr. Allen Matthew was a pleasant Edward. she realized death was near she askty, was n visitor Saturday of Mr. Jas caller at Coy, Saturday. Os born. ed that no one grieve for her that she Yantis. Mr. Dillard Simpson was in LanOn Thursday morning March 25th. was not nlone. God would be with Mr. Taylor Raney lost o fine horse caster Saturday on business. as the day began to show its rays of her nil the way. After the funeral last week, cause of Its death not n Mrs. Belle Simpson and son light the Angel of Death hovered its services she was laid peacefully to known. were In town shopping Saturday. icy wings over the home of Mr. Her-- j rest in the Mt, Hebron cemetery to Master James Milton Henry has Miss Gladys Kay continues very ill man Usborne and took irom him his await the coming of a brighter day. been quite sick the past week but is at her home on the Poor Ridge pike. darling wife, Martha. She was raisimproving. When you speak a kind word to a Mrs. Ora Simkpson was the guest ed in Garrard county and was a memMiss Lillian Pendleton of Buckeye of her mother, Mrs. Clara Hill of Jud-so- n ber of Scott Fork christian church. child on one of our streets it soon She spent her early life near Lock 8, passed from your memory. But not spent the past week with her cousin, Friday. and was the oldest daughter of Mr. so with the child. That kind word Miss Savanah Lane. Miss Captola Gilliam has returned Mr. Robert Ward of Madison vis home after several weeks stay with and Mrs. Enoch Gilliam of Nina. Her and others like them nre rememberdeath was due to an abscess of the ed and treasured, and exert n bene, ited his parents Mr. and Mrs, Milton relatives here. side following the birth of a child, flcial influence in jnoutdlng the fuWard last Wednesday. Mr. James Clouse was the pleasant and all that loving hands could do, ture character of that child. Big Mr. Jesse White and family moved guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whit-take- r, was done but to no avail. She bore things grow from little beginnings, last week to the farm of Mr. Z. T. Sunday. her sufferings without a murmer anjjj and we can do much to improve Rice for the year 1920. Fishing seems to be the most at asked no one to be troubled aboufH the) future of our community by us Mrs. C. R. Henry and children spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Win Clark on the Lexington road. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of the Poor Ridge Pike. Mr. and Mrs. William Lane and family motored to Buckeye Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey and daughter, Nelle, attended the '""'Si. show at Lancaster, Saturday night. Mrs. James Yantis and Masted Her-schwere visitors Monday of Milton Ward and C. R. Henry-Mrs- . Green Poynter and daughter, day Christine, spent a delightful Wednesday with Mrs. Holman Brown. Mrs. Green Poynter spent a portion of last week with her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Poynter who is real sick. School will open Monday, April Cth, at Antloch School house, Miis Inet Ray of Tcatersvilte as teacher. Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey and Mits Nelle Pelphrey spent from Tuesday until Thursday with relatives at Stanford. YOU Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and little son have returned to their home at Hedgevillc after a visit to relatives here. Mrs. Lee Brown and daughter, Miss Lorene Mitchell, were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Layton. Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beasley and GOWN NEWER Miss Dorothy Beasley were visitors YOU Sunday of Airs. John Broaddus of HyatUville. LONGER AND , Mr. William Ray, and mother, Mrs. Jim Day Ray, of the Poor Ridge pike, YOU US were Sunday guest.' of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doelin. Mrs. Carrie Davidson who spent last week In Richmond with Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice, returned homo SunNOW WE day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. JMlk Simpson and family metered from Lancaster SunAND day and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. OWe Graham. Mr. n'd Ma Henry Tuttle, Misses OUIe and annle Merida attended church SuacUy at Beasley School, on the RJekmuftd 4d. OUR STOKES WILL CLOSE AT SiM P. M. EACH DAY, COMMENCING, MONBAY APRIL Itk. J. E. OICKERSON AND SON. JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. Mrs. William Walker who has been .ill the past Km. days, has Improved so jnuek la the past week that she was able to motor to Lancaster Saturday and visit relatives. (Mr. Harry D. Rice, of Richmond, I Mel-dre- Cracks at Creation. Today wc note that spring is quite springy. ilellclousljr balmy. TRANSYLVANIA Raises Fund For Living Link. Lexington, Ky., March 30. Provision for the support of a "living link" missionary in the University of Nankin Hospital, Nankin, China, as n representative of the Disciples of Christ, was made last week by Transylvania and Hamilton Colleges and the College of the Bible. The amount asked by the foreign board was 1,000 instead of $000 asked in former years, because of the increased cost of exchange and the high cost of living. Students and faculty members raised $1,114.26, and it is believed still more will be received before the final report I made. And the balmy days of spring are balmy when they are Mr. de Vnlera, it appears, Is president of Ireland everywhere except in Irland. Strange, isn't It. how amiable the other fellow's wife always seems to some men! Yes, the "world do move," but Just now it appears to be the tall that is doing the wagging. Yes, it takes a mighty strong mirror to withstand the strain of Aome faces. But not yours oh, no, not yours. Yes, times certainly do change. Speak of a chicken now and a fellow Immediately thinks of the prettiest girl he knows. Some folks say "politics Is" and others say "politics are", but so long as they are both connected with politics one Is as bad as the other. If you want to live In days of perpetual sunshine just convince the profiteers that every cloud has a silver lining. They'll reach up and pull 'em down. Cupid slyly whispers to us that there Is a local wedding on tap for the near future. Who is It? Sure, of course they're both a walking advertisement of the fact William A. Pinkerton, noted detective, says crime in thr United States is general. Pinky Is too modest. Judging from the columns of the daily press it is something more than general it is an overflow. The Spice of el hU Is Variety Mes-dam- es OUR EASTER FIND WHAT DISPLAY WILL The town man cultivates ever)' inch of his garden space realises a IS ONE VARIETY AFTER ANOTHER, CONSEQUENTLY YOU WANT. valuable dual crop from that ground inexpensive food and an improvement in his constitutional development. A dilT.dcnt younjr fellow in this town haltingly approached a community dad and asked for his daughter's hand. Uat 'twn no go. The old boy didn't care to have it amputated. Everything New THE THE THE THAT'S WHAT COME, LET RIGHT WANT. THE BETTER THE STYLE SHOW IT LASTS. Our office devil nsserted yesterday that It Is quite easy to make money, All one has to do, he said, Is to induce the other fellow to hand it over. And the impudent little' cuss looked hard nt ust Time was when wo Americans were a remarkably healthy people. But Judging from the number of those who have developed acute "stomach trouble" In these "dry" times, one Is forced to the sad conclusion that we are a disintegrating and vanishing race. Franca wants Germany disarmed and wants Uncle Sam to help do it. Having failed to disarm the Germans when they had the opportunity, they weuld now do it when they are Impotent. Opportunity, once spared, does not intrude a second time. Nothing doing for us. No matter how Indifferent a man may be towsj) bis wife, there Is one time when the become hie haven of when he wants to put hU refiHf property In htr name. Sorry, dear reader, but this town U getting distressingly good. We haven't a' single scandal to dish up this week. THE CLOTHES THAT CORRECT WOMEN VALUES IN ARE GOING TO WEAR. ARE OFFERING SOME EXCEPTIONAL WEARING APPAREL FOR WOMEN, MISSES CHILDREN. ' J. L Dickenson & Son " LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. u