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FISCAL COURT ROAD MEETING ties through whirh It will traverse, tit Danville, tomorrow (Friday) morning fit eleven o'clock. It In not doubted tlint n good delegation will ntteml from nil the counties interested. The roml will stnrt at Ilnrilyville, in llnrt County nml run through (ircen, Tnylor, Marion, lloyle Garrard and on to Uichmoml r. over the I'nlnt Lick pike from I.an-caste- TODAY THIRTY FIRST YIAR NUMBIR THK WEATIIEIl. omc nnd Fair Hp? what warmer, Cooler to- night. If It doesn't rIn Fair or snow. Saturday your Subscription Is dtte. to-da- y SOME INTERESTING HISTORY Of "Old Anderson Home" Ktcantly Sold For First Tim 1846. Sine Friday Certifies Bond Danville Morning. Election To CommisJudge Kornt Stapp lini called n sioner of Public meeting of nil persona interested in the Federal Highway from the counRoads. At BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION Issue Welcoming Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Bourland. Almost every week the sale of one it our good farms is chronicled. from the The recent transference family ownership of the farm known as the W. (i. Anderson place was of tupecial interest as marking the passing of one of the old Garrard homes that gave to our town that flavor of open and generous hospitality that gained for her a reputation of her own afur even, among Kentucky towns. Thnt a house has sheltered live generations of one family is no mean distinction in these day when homes change uunership over night. Indeed there was a legend that in all the evcnty-tiv- c year the great old key of the front door was never turned on the house, empty, there had never been a time that some member of the family, or a slave or n trusty servant, was nut at home when the family was abroad. The builder and owner of this house was Albert O. Ilerndon who came from Culpepper County Vu., in 1815, and in 1H40 acquired this property which consisted of RR7 acre of that rich sweep of soil that stretches about the new and old Danville turn- All of the nbove named counties have raised the necessary money to build their part of the road nnd the object of the meeting is probably to adopt a type of road to be built nnd to make all necessary plans to its earliest completion. All of these tilings will be discussed at the meet-Ini- f. SELLING CARS. Paint Lick Garage Do- ing Big Business. The writer was in Taint l.ick for a few hours Inst week and incidentally dropped into the Paint l.ick Garage, managed by Mr. Hoy Kstridge of that city. Talk about selling cars, those people nre doing it. They were Just brushing up a hnndsume Studrhnker Sedan, of the very latest model and type, that they had recently sold to Misses Mattie, Mary and Jnne Walker and let me tell you, it was a beauty. Askcil to go upstairs, we were shown one of the largest nssorments of Chevrolet, Studehalcrs and trucks, seldom seen outside of a large city. Five Chevrolet went out this week and they are filling order promptly. Watch their adverl, tisement In every issue of the they will tell you something worth knowing. Beth-leheKec-on- pike. A site wa chosen, a brick kiln set up at the place ami soon a line brick house had arisen that was for so muny years to be the family homestead. The rooms were largo as rooms must need be in those day of large families anil of much entertaining. The ceiling were high whllo the woodwork give an effect of masslvenes and wa so carefully and elaborately done that the cabinet maker to whom the work was entrusted was a memfor many ber of the household months while his work went steadily on. It I thi architectural treatment of door and windows and mantel piece that give the two main room of the house a look of stateliness. Mr. Hcrudon was a public spirited cltlien, nnd being In sympathy with the religious teaching of Alexander gave to Campbell and hi the newly organlxrd band of worshipers a plot of ground In Lancaster for the erection of a church. The property on Stanford street upon which stands the Christian Church, continue to be a testimonial of Mr. llemdun' generosity. Mr. Hcrndon' home was but a second home to Alexnnder Campbell and the other "fathers" of the new denomination when visiting the little congregation at Lancaster. At one moment of tho Civil War the existence of the old house seemed jeopardized. The Confederate forces wore on old Danville pike near Dix river and the Union forces were east of town, so that the Hcrndon home was in the direct lino of fire. The firing became so furious everything seemed hurtling ur tottering that tho family nnd terrified slaves retired to the cellar. After u time the fury subsided nnd an olTlcer was seen riding up the avenue, He dismounted, nnd from that eminence carefully surveyed the country, then approached the house and called for n table nnd writing materials. After some time spent in writing and dispatching order the gnllant young Confederate officer departed, having been none other than General Joseph Wheeler, who was to take so sonspiclou a part in a later war of hi country, and to be endearingly known a "Old Joe" Wheeler of Cuban war fame. This modest little table lias remained In the family, nnd was known as "General Wheeler's table", and Is now the prized possession of Mrs. Florence Grant of Lexington. Ky. Happy is thu old house that has kept under it eaves so much of its original furniture, furniture that was measured and cut 'for It Individually, Just as precisely as tho tailor took measures for Its master's coat, four-pobeds just so high that they might easily slip under the low shaping ceiling of the half story bed rooms, a sofa precisely so long that it might set between certain two windows and tables made for especial corners pedestal tables, clocks with weights, sugar chit, candlestands, tables st Masonic Building Association. Off 'agin, On'agin, The Masonic Building Association was formerly organized this week and directors elected at its meeting at the lodge rooms last Tuesday night. olTccrs were elected from the seven The directory is composed of the following. J. It. Ilasehlcn, President; II. V. Ilastln, Vice President; John M. Far-rSectctnry-Trcasjurer- ; the other directors being, I). A. Thomas, A. I). Joseph, Dr. J. U. Kinnaird and Glass Carrier. The following sales committee was named to solicit stock; I Ilastln, O. K. Carpenter, Dr. Virgil Klnnnird and 11. L. Klkln. a, The reception at the Christinn church last Thursday evening, welAt a meeting of the Fiscal Court coming into our midst, Hev, nnd Mrs. at their regular meeting place last K. II. Bourland, was one of the most Tuesday, nil members of the court delightful occnslons of thi character being present and Judge Stapp, pre- that has taken place here in several siding, the certifying of the Bond yenrs. The church was artistically arranElection to the proper authorities wus taken up by the following order. ged for the entertainment, being dec"On motion of Esquire James orated throughout with buttercups, Clark and duly seconded by Ksqulre potted plant and ferns. The sent I). M. Carter nnd by a unanimous were rearranged for the convenience vote of the Court It is ordered that of the large crowd nnd for the servthe clerk of this Court notify Com- ing of the luncheon which came Inter missioner of Public Itonds, of the In the evening. Mcsdnmes William Lear and W. State of Kentucky, Hon. Joe S. Hoggs thnt a majority of the voter of Gar- A. Price greeted the guests at the rard county, voted $192,000 worth of door while in the receiving line stood road bonds on the 30th of Mnrch Mr, (loss Bastin, Mrs. I.. G. David1120, nnd the said bonds are now son nnd Hev, and Mr. K. II. Bourheld by the Court for the purpose of land, the guests of the evening. Frnppe wns served immediately sale, the proceeds of same to go topnying the county' 45 per cent after greeting the guests of honor ward of the construction of an asphalt road and beautiful music nnd songs added nlo to the enjoyment of the happy from Paint l.ick, Ky., nlong the lf and Itlchmond turnpike road, occasion. Mr. J. A. Beazley, on of the board of the Christian to the city limit of Lancaster, Ky., and church, welcomed Hev. and Mrs. and thence nlong the Lexington turnpike road from the Bourland, while Hev. C. D. Strother city limits of Ijincastcr, to Camp of the Baptist church, gave a pleasDick Robinson, nnd thence along the ant welcome address upon behalf of Kings Mill pike, to the lloyle county the other denominations of the town. line. The said bonds arc now held The Sunday School through Mr. t. G. also by the Court, and the said sum is Davidson, it superintendent, hereby appropriated for the purpose added his greetings to the welcome of paying to the Commissioner of guests. The response by Hev. Bourland Public Itoads, 4f per cent of the conprice of the nbove named wa n happy one nnd grently pleased struction named roads, provided the State and all who were present, and feelingly Federal Government pay the other told of how happy it made him to receive so hearty n welcome from the 55 per cent of same". This is the first act of the Fiscal rood people of Ijincaster, and only Court toward the Federal Highway hoped nnd trusted that his stay road and it is said that the next step among them would prove profitable, to be taken will come from head- spiritually and socially. A delightful lunch was served durquarter at Frankfort, notifying the court, how much of the money will ing the evening, consisting of colTce, be needed and that amount of bonds sandwiches, chicken salad, pickles, will probably be advertised and sold. etc. The bonds nre to bear 5 per cent nnd knowing ones think they will brine To Raise a good premium. be-ha- First y Quota In District. Gon'agin. Who' got Allie Sanders' hound dog? He juit paid a reward of $5. last week for it return and now it gone 'agin. Allie says please turn his dog loose, as he doesn't feel justified in paying another reward, and believes someone Is holding him for a ransom. lot-bc- rt Electric Lights For Bryantsville. Mr. Russell P. Urown, the enterprising young banker and business man of Bryantsvillc, has purchased from Goodloe nnd Walker Brothers, a large site Delco lighting plant, with which he will furnish electricity for the entire town. This firm has Installed nine of those popular lighting and power plants with in the past two months. Aberdeen-Angu- s Chairman John M. Farra, who had charge of the American Legion drive accomwhich was so successfully plished In one day, going over the top, is very proud of the record made and is grateful for the help ho received, especially the squads headed by Mr. V. A. Farnau and D. A. Thomas. Garrard county has the distinction of being the first county in the Eighth district to raise its quota, going over the. top, in fact almost doubling the amount asked for. Deatherage Garage. Expert repairing on all cars. Prompt service and a square deal. Located at the S. H. Estes Livery Stable. Phone 204. d. Cow Sale Off. The advertisement in Uiis issue of the Jersey Cow sale at Danville next Tuesday, has been called olf for n later date. The announcement came too late to stop the display advertise- Two Farms Sell. Mr.'W. K. Whittaker recently sold his farm on the Kirksvllle pike, known as the Joe Burnsidc farm, to Mr. William Prcwitt, of Madison county for 400. an acre. The tract contained about fifty acres and the improvements. Mr. Whittaker today closed a deal with Mr. W. L. Lawson for his farm on the Hichmond road, containing 120 acres, and known as the old Burnslde place, for $350 an acre. Possession of the two farms will be given next January. ment Criterion Quartet. One of the most notable events of the Musical Season here will be the appearance on April 21st 1920 of the famous Criterion Quartet of. New be will York City. The Quartet heard here in n recital to be held under the auspices of Stormes Drug Store, to which admission will be by invitation only. There Is no organization before the public at the present time whose individually or collectively, is of a higher standard musically than that of the Criterion Quartet. They are an annual feature at Ocean Grove, New Jersey, where they singi every summer for nine consecutive nppenring from time to wrek time in n Iiukc auditorium which scats ten thousand people. An artistic treat is anticipated by the music lovers of Garrard county and tho reputation of the Criterion Quartet insures the fulfilment of such anticipations. Bring High Prices. with turned legs all to make the Tho collector's heart palpitate. pigeon holes of the old secretary held yellowed papers out of "n day that is gone", receipts for the purchase of slaves, nnd notes guaranteeing the soundness of slaves sold. In this sweet spring weather it pleases one to think of the old house 13 the midst of Its trees and ancient shrubbery now budding into bloom, tho air tender with fragrance coming up from tho beds of green growing things at the door-stedaffodil and narcissi. p Mr. A. T. Sanders sold recently to Ilradihnw Brothers, three weanling Aberdeen-Angu- s calves, of the Black Cap strain, for $2,000. This seems a record price for Garrard county product, but why shouldn't Garrard county produce prize winners n well us any other Methodist! county. These calves are to be deEvery Methodist in and around livered at weanling time. Lancaster is invited to come to the birthday Social that will be given at the Methodist Church, Friday, April Legion 0, 1020, at 7;30 p. in. To-night. If you are a Methodist come bring The American Legion of this place your husband or wife whatuvcr will hold another meeting in the po- church he or she belongs to. We ask lice Court room in Lancaster at 7:15 you to bring one cent for each birthP. M. All members are urgently re- day you have had. You will enjoy the social hour with quested to be present a matter of friends and hear some good music. importance will be discussed. We will give you n hearty handWe will havo a report of the Drive shake and a welcome. disfor the American Legion and alio cussions on the object of a home for FOB SALE: One Ford car with the local Post. piston ring; two rear wheels, one If you are not a member come and ' front spring, Has no fenders, seat Join. or plank; burns lots of gas, hard to j Virgil G. Kinnaird, crank. Carburetor busted, half way Post Commander, through; engine missing, hits on two. Three year old, four In the Spring: Big Brood Sow has shock absorbers and everything, Messrs Sanders and Anion have re- Radiator busted, sure does leak; cently purchased of Bloomlngdale differential dry, you can hear it Brothers, of Orange City, Iowa, a. slpieak. Ten spoke missing, front yearling sow of the Big Type Poland all bent; tire bio wed out, ain't worth China Breed, sired by the Pilot, grand a cent Got lots of speed, will run champion of the world, price 1500. Ilka the deuce; burns either gas or toThese gentlemen have now one of the bacco Juice. Tires all olT, been run "crackerjsck" herd of this breed of on the rim; a dam good Ford for the Bill Jones. shape its In. the country. Attention! American Meeting Price for (Kditorial.) SPENDING THE $192,000.00. Wc nre very proud of the citizens of Garrard County in the progressive spirit demonstrated by the vote cast in favor of selling $192,000.00 of bonds for rond construction in this county. There is now being considerable discussion as to whether we should accept Federal Aid, which js a Kift of $2251,000.00 and expend the $11)2,000.00, making $12G,GGG.OO in constructing the road from Kings Mill to Pnint Lick of rock construction and begin the work immediately, or whether we should wait until after July 1st, and use only 0 in building this road, with the jdea of getting the $192,000.00 returned to us by the State at some future date. It was thought for a while when the recent law was being discussed by the Legislature and before enacted that we could get the Federal Aid and use the proceeds from the bonds and have the same returned to us iater by the State, but the law as passed does not warrant any such hope. The recent law contemplates a huge project of road building in Kentucky, but there is not any money whatever available at this time to carry it out. Wc do not think it can be accurately predicted at this time just when thjs or any other County in Kentucky can hope to receive a great deal of benefit from the State law just passed. The law may prove to be a good one in the future and counties may receive some considerable aid, but at best it may encounter many possibilities, and we do not think it wise for the County to give up 0 that is practically in our hands for such a shadowy promise as presented by the new road law. The bond issue was made possible by a petition presented to the County Judge signed by a great number of tax payers and voters calling for this election to vote the bonds with the understanding that the County would put up $192,000.00 and the Federal Government $234,000.00 and build a road of permanent construction from Kings Mill to Paint Lick. The bonds were voted with the understanding that this road would be bujlt as soon as the work of construction could be arranged, and the people of the County nre expecting this arrangement to be carried out. We feel sure that the Court will in good faith carry out the order that was placed upon the record books of the I ounty, which located this Federal Highway and build this road as planned. In fact, the Court met yesterday and approved it. Judge Stapp would like to find some way to carry out this plan and at the same time secure a return of tho $192,000.00 from the State that the County puts up by the sale of the bonds, and n this lie has our hearty cooperation and wish, but after a careful study of the law we do not think it can be done. If the Judfc can find a way to have the'Statc under this law build the road from Camp Dick Robinson to Kentucky iUver through llryantsville nnd from Lancaster to the Iron Bridge on tho New Danville Pike, and from Lancaster to Whito Oak School House over the Stanford Road, while this Federal Road is being constructed under the present plan, he wjll deserve the gratitude of the entire constituency of the County. In the meantime, Judge Stapp, put some energy into over-whelmias-pha- iMANY MEMBERS Being Initiated Into Masonic Order. The local Mnsonic order wa never In more prosperous condition than at the present time nnd every Tuesday night finds plenty of work either in the Blue I,odgc or the Chapter. Last Tuesday night twelve candi-dat- e were initiated Into the mysteries of tho Kntcrcd Apprentice degree and several more candidates arc waiting for this degree at a near fu. turc meeting. Just a few weeks ago 1.1 candidates passed over this route nnd nil arc making rapid progress toward the top of the order. The following were taken through last Tuesday night; J. W, Elmore, W. S. Kmbry. "Chick" Wood, Bradley Spratt, Trice McGralh, Frank Thompson, L. G. Dnvidson, Brewer Layton, 1 C. Gulley. George Carpenter, John Mcltobcrts and George Hatcher. lt $192,-000.0- SWINEBROAD Makes Two Dandy Sal- es in Washington Co. This Week. On April Gth, he sold 184 acres for W. D. I'urdom in two tracts, 1174 acres to C. O. Durham at $225. per acre nnd CC acres to Colon Campbell for $10,200. This farm is located on the I'crryville and Springfield pike C miles from Springfield. And on the next day April 7th, he J. W. Brown 207 acres on the Harbours Mill pike in two tracts 154.95 acres to C. W. Tankcy at $135,150 per acre nnd G2 acres to Lcn Hradshnw at $130. 52 per acre. The total amount of the two Good crowds sales was $64,470.78. were present and the bidding was spirited. Swincbroad "Always Sells". sold for BASTIN BROTHERS Asks Council For crease In Rates. In- $234,-000.0- Bastin Brothers arc publishing in this Issue of the Central Record, an affidavit filed with the City Council at their regular meeting on last Monday night, showing revenue and cost of operation of their Electric Light plant from February 1st, 1919 to February 1st, 1920, also estimates for the year bfginnlng April 1st, 1920, in support of their request for an increase in rates. Fine Farm Sells. The B. S. McElroy farm advertised in our last Issue by J. S. Hasclden was sold to the highest bidder as advertised to C. L. Bradey of Springprice being field, Ky, Purchase $184.50 per acre. A large crowd attended the sale and a good number from Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle. Joe tells us ho has a number of sales listed in Marion county for this Sum-mand Fall, watch for his ads. He believes in selling to the highest bidder and when you see an ad of his saynig It must E you may be assured that it is going to be sold to the highest bidder. er New Directory. This office hns just completed a new directory for tho Bastin Telephone Company and in n few days will be ready for distribution. your road organization of the County and sec that we have better roads. The people have done their part. They have expressed confidence in your honesty by voting these bonds. They are now expecting of you to see that the road work of the County progresses rapidly, evidently and that we have better things than we havo had in the past. In fact, you asked the people for this assistance and they have given it to you and your Court. It is up to you to make good. You can do it if you will take the proper steps, and we think you fully understand what is necessary to start with 1 he Record does not want to knock but wants to help you. We arc your friend and well wisher. Wo hopo you will be busy from now on in this big undertaking and not disappoint us. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 8, 920. 1 PREVENT WINTER . i Women and Women Where will the emancipation of end? The ratification of woman's suffrage by the West Virginia legislature leaves only two more states to be brought into line when the Impossible will hnve been accomplished. For only a few years ago woman's suffrage was considered a chimera of the dreamers, the cheese at the end of the rainbow, nnd even the mere idea was laughed to scom. A hundred years ago woman was the ornament of the home, cherished nnd reversed as a delicate personality to be pettcl nnd protected from nil of the seamy side of life. Today she is life itself n potent factor In every phraie of existence n power domestically, spiritually, serially, commercially nnd politically She is n bunker, a lawyer, a doc tor, n merchant, n farmer an artisan, n war worker, n preacher and a politician. If there are any other erstwhile masculine fields for her to invade be sure she will soon be in them and making good. She no longer trembles at the dreaded displensure of man, but in a few suceinct words permits him to understmtd that she in always willing to listen to advice, but that her will is her own ami will be exercised as she deems best. Her altitude of meek and gentle obedience has van- women ALFALFA KILLING Common We Have It CALL US T ; Snymg Among Well Posted Rarmcrs That Plant Won't Stand "Wet Feet." DEEP LOOSE SEEDBED Welt-Draine- AVOID On ! Let Us Mail it to You. Figure if out- so-call- Ltnd Thst Is Not Crep Wdl Cither Drswti Out or hyvi Out in Cou'i! of Tow Seaurns Other Facters. Poor drau It one in n tvmrmrn! fr win ayii tint l ! v MoRoberts Drug Store Parallel lines of equal Irrjth Sign ef Equality. a I IfrH. nil. ! In a moment's time you can figure out how much cheaper it will bo to use Hanna's Green Seal Taint on your property than inferior "cheap" paint. Green Seal spreads farther, it excels in covering power, and surpasses in length of service. It protects the wood surface through, the hottest summers, and the coldest, wettest winters. Both beautifies and preserves. Shuts out decay and ugliness. The exact formula appears on every package. SOU) BY Hell ilrstntd the crop will dtlicr drown oHt or hv out tn the course of a few season. A In an unfavorable O.i : Kh-tMtt i? RlfaifM will hih! in iMi'd iwt grmr whkh it Willi "'wet feet,' , the sign of equality were flrt adepted by Itnhert Record, wlm wrote a tiook on algebra In ISft". Firs Loiets and Tragedies. The Are less In America average per-2.VHU"" a year, while sons die or are Injured by fire each 15.) year a - TX CONN BROS., Lancaster, Ky. BRYANTSVILLE you right. 8ARASE. Tim- -.VC . t 3een't Work Out Perhaps This Is Worth Trying. StmwM a ebiM crmv up bad In Clilns People who ttgwre nm mw a smal Income may Im made to support a the ret are nM t hne fnrgiittrn a great tM btml Its tberrhy to large family smernily thst If a red con I le deal more nhout arlthtmtte tb&n they a Mjrtlili wrists It ran-ndo about human MtH re. tM amMl an lHfHt's -t and obedb fall to rww net qitfToo Trestaue to Part With. ent. . , New rereett gttilder cHm-w- j Novel Sttitfing for Pillows. ly lued in Java by lb tlie native In Ittlttofc I bank wan m adminM by the CMaeoe In n.nny cases we Am! the wife the and native wheH Dry 'witeil that It ilimrre.l that nature has tbem with splendid material fur full partner of the husband in busi wn lMnlnl The notes were pflnlnl dlark and mattrFe tn th pith. ness affairs, nnd such mrtncrhiM by an .m.ri.nn ...tnrtnr. met guilder Ulel I Kuililer detoHlooa. tree The fruit contain n tnrt staple .nvaruibly successful. As an es- nre to rtnete Huff r silk filer It "Ml not lump, tlon. Tley faet. went en have invaded the pre i after year o' srrilce. n.iy ..f nirr In. nearly every lleW of laber heretofore rc'l acrotl to man. ami universal kw writ--rtltttdH- g ot wtr Jwli e he ee lotn pro-W.- I'j w-- i We arc ready to Repair all kinds of cars at the lowest prices. Brine your work and givcus a TRIAL. Wc will treat S. W. Halcomb, Prop. Bryantsville, Kentucky. i Splendid Field of Alfalfa. Assuring a Success. "If yon want to have nn Infonnnl dinner anil ore nfrald It won't be." confided Mrs. Homer I loch, "Just ask a few of tin; children along with the parents." Kansas City Times. GIVING OUT The Struggle Discourages Many a Citizen of Lancaster. Around all day with an aching back. Can't rest at nlgLt; Enough to mako any ono "sire out." Doan's Kidney I'llls are helping thousands. Ask your neighbors! They ore for kldrey backache; And other kidney Ills. Hero is Lancaster proof of their tiorltr Mrs. Joe Tumor, Trotten Ave , says: "A few years ago my Kidneys got out of onler anj I had backaches. I felt dull and languid and tired easily. My kidneys acted Irregularly, too. A friend told me of Doan's Kidney fills I bought some at Storme' Drug Storo. They rid mo of the backacho and put my kidneys in good onler." Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't simply aik for n kidney remedy get Poan'a Kidney Pills tho same thst Co., Mrs. Turner had. Mfrs., HuZnlo. .V. V. Since the supreme court has knock cd out the income tax on stocks the value of the stock vof the Standard Oil Company of N'cw Jersey has advanced n share, and other stocks have advanced in various decrees. Why not complete the Job and render the rich man immune from taxation of every nature? The poor man still has a shirt on his back it might be used in nn emergency. i-00 LONG HAIRED COLTS. At this season of the year your colts arc oft feed and run down sen erally, do not gain, have camstipa-tiohair looks bad. D. A. THOMAS STOCK REMEDY corrects these troubles, making them shed earlier and come out in the spring spick and W. A. Dickerson. span. Advertisement. n, and Fostor-MUbur- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. U. DENNTT, President S. C. DENNY, Cashier Surplus $30,000. J. Book-keepe- E. STORM ES, Viee-PreC. M. THOMPSON, Teller. st J. R. HARRIS. Individual r. HUGH MOBLEY, Central Hook-Keepe- r. Safety Oeposit 3oxes For Bent. WE SOLICIT YOUR DUSINESS. G. B. Swinabroad, Alex R. Dtnny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormu, S C nrr,ny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. condition fur starting alfalfn, and the young plants In swh u Kflliel an likely to dry wtt or houve out during the first year, other factor which have to with derrelng the vitality of alfalfa 4atit, thu making them more uceptltilu to winterkilling, are 'disease and anliiuil partleularty mo) en and The factors named are iiiinlltylng fncton which redue the vitality of the alfalfa, making It more likely to winterkill, hut eeii under the tint favorable condition of growth, alfalIn our northfa frequently winterkill ern climate, and this I the condition e ilrolru to InvttlgHte. which Kinds of Winterkilling Winterkilling li brought nlntit In by the heaving of the ny dlfTen'iit soil, by the smothering of the plant under Ice, and thnmch the killing of tho rMts by thu extreme cobl. The hiitving of the. Mill hy alternate freezing and thawing lifts the rtxit gniwth, and when the ol thaws. It pcttlc with It. The soli, on frees-Intnke n new hold on the roots which are ngaln raUetl. Thus the alternate' freezing and thawing rlnally dmws the ruet of the plant out of the evrral Inches cronml, sometltse breaking off the hi rixit. and In the cum of young pltttitf), the roots are frequently throw n out on the mrface. Winter mlns or winter tlmws jnny etvereil cnusv the flW. to with n sheet of Ice, which, If It consnr to smother tinue long, Ms alfulfa or cloter. nwl ecn srastm ud fall grain nre liable to Injury In this way. The killing by extreme cold Is most likely to Imppqii In n dry oien winter, ami new seeding, exjicclully late netsllnes In whleh tho (vlnnts ure shst-lorooted, nnd nffwrd little cover, are IBot likely to m affected. Often old fields which Imve lee peMml"! are urnctlcnlly dwIrojtU. while fields which had omMdeniltle full growth left on the grown! are not ) i iuhcIi. In the ordinary ilatnaKi-- l ntfttrdel by n winter-- iIh prnl strong full growth t uMlly tulIMvtit to v'Bt HO) v intertilling. Winter Protection Favored. It I evident tltat wbeti the condipmleetlon, tions ure tot Mfvern. whll It nm H lp iui, will not prevent mmbo wintttrkllllng by which n r gnol stand Is thliuted util. liMM-ct- stlier. T' c feminine mind has broaden- an developed until it has become a wonder of the age. Her metamor- phosi is a marvel. A noted physician has even pre dicted that the day m coming when women will become the dominant factor in American life, and that man will recede to n status ef sec ondary consideration. This may or may net be true. But of one thing we are certain wonian has attained n pinnacle in public life which commands respect and consideration, ami the man who ignores her potentiality will inevitably come to grief. The power of our new woman hood is great even now. But what will be n hundred years hence? cJ 1 iiirtsi has crowned her elferU. THE YEAH OF 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. 4 No home will be oomplutc without tho dally newspaper which will keep you informed on thu?e subjects nnd abreast BEGIN FEEDING YOUR PIGS soon as they will eat. Keep him growing. When you begin feeding them give them a little B. A. THOM AS' HOG POWDER every day. Cor- rccts indigestion, tonic nnd tissue builder. Expels worms. For sale by W. A. Dickerson. Adv. with the times. A dnily morning newspnpor can aovar those questions thorouuhly, britiKinK to your door the tlrst complete news more of everything that happens day by titty. Think This Over. The supreme court of the United States has decided that incomes from stocks are exempt from income THE LEXINGTON HERALD g. nltnt lUr l'rennthtii howewr. to lwHy biHtld give. uU Ih lofrei. Istkeu. WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. a may I aflbrtlod by tho srowib ftw the lot,t cutting. f tlw alfalfa Too Int. rutting kboold b avohletl us pHvtHiitm. In fact, well a it Is .U.ultfiU wbotker alfalfn MWd ihould l e cut or tjHtun-- l afttr wlitr priHee-tio-n The fortunes of our rich men nre ed Press wires will jfive you the news of your county, of Central principally invested in stocks. They carry no great nmount of actual cash Kentucky, of the United States and of the World. in bank. The Herald's delivery sorvico kIvus you this Information Thee rieh men with their billions while it is still news. of dollars worth of stocks will pay no income tax on the enormous re SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL OFFER venues from those stocks. chooic, invest They can, if they To Expire Jnunnry 1, 1921, by Mail only. all of their wealth in stocks, thereby deriving their Incomes from them, 1 Daily nnd Sunday Herald $5.70. and escape the payment of any in2 Dnily Herald $4.70 come tax at all. It costs in the neighborhood of one 3 Blue Grass Farmer $1.08. billion dollars n year to run the govFill in this coupon and mail at once. ernment, ami much of that amount Lexington Herald, must be raised by tnxulnn. Lexington, Ky. If the rich man is not to pay his Just proportion of the income tax, Gentlemen: Enclosed find $ for which WHO MUST PAY IT FOR HIM? please enter my name on your subscription list for the We have no editorial comment to expiring on January 1, 1921. offer No. makc'on the ruling of tho supreme That tribunal w presumed to ceurt. be the fountain head of juiice, nnd NAME the law is undoubtedly as they have interpreted it. Town But the fact twit the rich man w to pay no Income tax his enormous holdings of stocks causes one to wen. R. F. D. tier if the poor man is to be required to "dig deeper ami cough harder." He bas oeughed much as it is. fl r with its army of trained correspondents and complete Associat- . ....... to le s.;ueezeo TO DEATil VVbsa tlM tMV-rrm- mi mm ntTi-7- iifi u NTinM s i iiHiiuiiHL OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY, namimm, i duty-doin" - tunluT 1. Sf RETAIN FERTILITY ON FARM Much Taken Off That Might Bt Re turned to Soil If Crops Were Fed to Live Stock. tad; brf.irs to ttuinx bcormra psrinful it ar.d thst 'v, usually an it of order. X.v.p kidnya ure out these crcin3 healthy by taking In the marketing of hay and roughage there Is a large liulk to handle and haul to the point of dellvory. The United Stales department of ngrlcub ture ixilnts nut that t til v tun in much extra lator for the met. pud teama on grnln nnd ;rop anim, sud much fer tlllty Is taken off which might be to the fields If the product were M to lle stock. c Tho wny of the SAFE i the way of the dollar. It is no gamble. It is a sure thing. Follow the course of wisdom nnd place tome of your earnings into safe keeping in the substantial banking system of this community. Get a book today. Get the saving habit with it. The SAFE VVny fi rtmsdr fcr kidr.ey, Tha wsrld'a stari-i-d liver, bUtMat ttid uric acid tiuubtes. aai rsmous slr.es luvS. Taxu kcp in good health. In ibito sliti, all druggisis. Gusrsntrud ss ispiscsnud. Wm CUU MwfeJ h Uh U. y I- - J. J. Walker, U. P. Hudson, President. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. 0. Itigncy, Asit. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, .Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. Wm. P. Miller, Teller. Vice-Preside- ta4 loHsuort s Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday April 8, 920 1 POOH RIDGE. quit "OWN A SPOT OF GROUND SOMEWHERE" improving Carnegie. Mr. James Llttroll continue III. TO THE PEOPLE OF LANCASTER the following Committee to ICY Wo submitted the following affidavit to the City Council nt tlulr regular April mcctinir nml nskcil that Mr. II. II. Preston and children porslble. they ujipolnt r committee to mnkc n assistance Whit-take- r. (pent Sunday with Mm. II Yours respectfully," of nnd complete investlcatlon full IIASTIN DUOS. our hooks nnd records, nnd tn rnort April flth. 190. Mis Slnnlo Cummin of Mt. Vcr tho result of their Invcstltrntion and (Advertisement.) nan has returned to finish her irhool to the City thc.r roomtm-nlatlonnt Scott Fork. ( uii. il ot iti next nicetlriKi , TAINT LICK .Mr. Elijah McMllllnti was the vis AFFIDAVIT. Itor of Miss (Hail) Hay Thursday nf "Irnenstcr. Ktntueky, April 8, 1US0. d Miss Fanny Dowdon wns in T ) THK II )N0HAHLK MAYOR nnd tenoon, who I quite ill. Saturday evenings ( ITV 'iUNCII. OK THE CITY Jim. Jcplhn Onstott of Shelby City Miss Krin Oder is the guest of Mrs. OF LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. pent n few ilny recently with her Luther Oibb nt Lancaster. The nlTmnt, II. V. Ilnstln, states fnther, .Mr. James l.ittrctl. Mrs, Jennie Sluvln wns tho guest that he is ono of the (Inn of Ilnstln Sunday of Mrs. J. U. Woods. Mr. nnil Mr. Elbert Chnndlrr ami Ilrothcrs who own nnd operate the baby (pent last week with her pnrcnta MUs Ilcttle Hester is visiting her I anenster Electric Light I'lnnt under Mr. nml Mr. Hill Whittnkcr. tho franchise that the city of Lancas- father, Mr. .nek Hester nt Mnnsc. ter sold September I, 1910, nnd they Mr. J. I Coldiron nnd wife were Mr. nml Mr. F.lljfth Mc.Million nml hereby make nppllcntlun for nn in- In Louisville the first of the week. ion nml MIm Tlncluc (iillinm were crease in rates on account of the fol guests of Mr. nml Mrs. Iko Dunrnn Mrs. U. M. Hurgcss entertained lowing facts: The nlTisnt stnte that several young people Friday night. Sunday. the totnl cost of conl at the plant Mrs. Jennie Slavin of Iincnstcr Itcv. Severance of Stntiford preachfrom Fcbrunry 1, ID 19, to February wns a visitor in Faint Lick Monday. ed nn interesting sermon nt Scott 1, 1020, including freight nml hauling Fork Sunday. TITvre were not very oil, I Mrs. Fanny Wnlkor spent several was $9,309.62; that the conl of many present on account of the rnlny packing nnd supplier during snld per dnya with Mrs. Jim Francis Inst week. 37-CHQ- CE weather. Miss Mary Hell hns accepted a poiud was $1030.01; nnd for labor ilur ing said period $022(1.00, nnd for in sition ns assistant nt the exchange. GUNN'S CIIAPF.L. cidontnl expense, including tuxcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Taulbco Cornctt enwater, boiler insurance, telephone Mr tertained a number nt dinner on SunMr. I Urn tn I.nnd hn purchased 11 stamps, etc. day. vice nnd printing-- , Ford ear. tri2.10, making n totnl of Hi, 117.-1Mr. Henry Conn has accepted n Mr. Frank Land I nt heme,frni in Itlekmond nt sno of the garLexington this week. Add to ithis maintenance, deprecia- ages. HernlcQ Ilroaddus visited Mb tion nnd obsolescence at ten per cent week end Mr. It. L. Hill spont-th- e Miss Mar- - Leo Kurtx. on cett price of .100,31.1.00, makes ,.;ih hU father-ln-hrMr. W. Q. AnISMI.39, and add six per cent on derson. Mrs, Louie Masters ami children ' taetavostment nmounyog to $2178.-8:- ), art Ul with smallpox. Miss Avu McWbortcr nnd Mrs. M. MAkss a tatnl cost for operating Mr. Sale Hurt who has been III with the plant from February 1, 1919, to K. lion were In Richmond shopping rSHruBMitWiH it improving. February 1, 1920, of $21,927.95, Thursday. Mr. Taylor Hurt spent Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hcrndon and That during the same period the rev. nitsght yM Mr. Sale Hurt. vnue from the operation thereof children spent Sunday with Mrs. DenMiss Jeaoje II. liny it n guest of amounted to $14,371.36, making n nett lteop. the Khw CnHco at lllrhmond. Mr. Sam Denny who bnc been Iom of $5A8f.Si. Atftant ii!es herewith and attaches hereto i spending iho wiador in the isouth has Mr. Kb Moberley ipent the ! with .Mr. II. M. Kurtt Monday. rjpy allowing the items In snld esti- - returned home. -..i.ta in detail being an itemised Mrs. W. It. Rameoy nml children Mr. Weolferd Age flatted hi statement thereof. The nlliant a Wo of Manse are able to Cthaut after seMay. tor Mrs. Talton May ami Mr. liVs herewith m part hereto nn esti- vere cases of t'.u. Mrs tt. J. W'nOtt of Taeomn Wniu mate of expenses of the year botrin-mn- g Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Hvridrcn and Inglea. Is visiting Mrs. J. It. Spark. Apr.l 1. 19110, to April 1, 1921, children pent Sunday in 'Danville Mr. and Mr. II. M. Kuitt and ehd-- I AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. SHARP. showing the total cost ef coal for the the guuets of his patents. . drew motored to llnrredsburK Friday, plant of $12,211.12; oil. packing am-- ' Mr. ami Mrs. A. G. llstner 'nnd Mr. and Mr. Ilobart Tenter and supplied eAtimnted at $1030.01: The C. A West Rcnlty Co., lias purchased of Mr. Fred Harris thai beautiful tract of land labor $.126.00; ineidentnls $552.10. son llarohl of Havenna, are visiting MM were guests of Mr and Mrs. Olh ' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Uurehell. property adjoining Col maintenance and depreciation and arijomini; Mrs. J. II. Enslcmnit, formerly known as the Joshua Bell liotrie Saturday night. Chns. Ilodcs, fronting on North Third Street, Hip.h Street and Fifth 5t oat. This new hishcla Faint Lick Garage delivered Ave Mr. Talton May no $4081.30; six ier cent on 40 n Jo right in the heart of the city, onij "3 blocks from the Court Home. Every lot a investment IS17S.8S; makiutc a total "400" Chevrolet and one Studc-bskA at km in Mr Dm Patktm I ... tJMI wuuI ...Ml uv I. sedan the Met week. vrui mium na iiiiibiqiu estimated cast of operation $24,860-45- . uvui for May delivery l 18 oetiuv. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. l'eyton and Eetimated revenue 1 1. 3 7 1.3 (3. Mas duos eo Harm ! colUcca with iuiprovainents. TwMr, Allen IMPROVEMENTS Two of those cctlngau There arc maktnit an estimated Ism of J8.4SS.- - cWldron spent Sunday with Mr. and Tonter. Ubstite UrCulhty and cMUron nre located on I!if;h Street ami two on North Third street. 00. )l ale coojr of said ostisnatsv Mrs. I. J. Peyton of Lancaster. eponi Thursday wttk Mr. Jostsli Danville is located in one of the most beautiful sections of Kentucky. Property has mora and nakes a part hereof and attaches Mrs. Jsanie Slavin wns the truest years. How can you roskti a better mvcatmant than by buying now saate Hereto, me aiirant runner Saturday of Sliss.Janaie lUggin at Moms Harvoy Twaier, John Land, than trebled in the last 2 before the top ia ranched? states tnat the tuul cost f the same her house un the Riohjuond pike. astd Misso oVnsioo and Bssui Tea. at the of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parks have tor war 1st Lexiagtoa swi Msbsshu-vtU- e DANVILLE. th honin of CENTRE COLLEGE and KENTUCKY COLLEGE FOR WOM amount sate coal at tae phtfiS$4,712.- of Franchise wis tuM of IniMrdsgr. purrhased pcopcrty In Riehmoni and EN; houdjomc Churchos and Beautiful Homes offera alike to the inveator nnd Homescekors. 35, carry year making loss m coal far tae but an Uwnkiasr ef moving there soon. Mr. sksul Mr. Homer Cartsuui were Danville where there is three of the beat Lanka in tho State, and where the merahnnt 1 1&97.27. and for the eotimnted (tines it sise. enhVd u Wiinsor Monday Her. U X. howNinj AUuil kls reguby the well selected stocks of Koods, which would be a credit to a town three yen' v. oald be $7,M877. on doath as tho formes grndMlbe, alsftsc. Tho ditTorenee nt the test lar appeshtsuont at the Cris4fan Mr. P Fc4uiU sWoriit to that THE UEST INVESTMENT ON EARTH IS EARTH ITSELF. THINK TIII5 OVER THE jrenr and now w uld be consider Me, ehttrok Sunekiy motning and evening. phuM with then. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Chostnut and VALUE OF REAL ESTATE HAS DOUBLED I.N THE PAST YEAR AND IS STILL CLIMBING bet the affiant has not the figures to Mr. susd Mn. Iaksm Footer and sa to oil, patk- - two children recently were guests of nil .in exact amount children. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Ten- WAKE UP AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE OF DEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS IN ii4t m. i snppttos. the differeaCu in Mr. and Mrs. ft. L. Smith of 1! ter apt fnntily and Mr. HeWrt I lay of labt-- r beten the first year an I toe Una tor twnt Sunday with Mr. and THE HEART OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY; WITHOUT RESERVE. YOU BUY AND WE List year wonkl bs SIM0.S0, and Mr. Prie Wiftktnk Mtotl his Ml. Allr Tenter. rSELL AT YOUR PRICE. vther items would bo smcUWljr Mm daugkturs Mrs. OrvtWe l(one and Mn. J. II. IIvHh and son. OniHm tunc. Too aHMuit Ststea that by reg Mrs. Ed.i WUHam. the firs of the Hjrrd rrirsd ami m wiilt Every citizen's degree of success is more or lees measured by his real estate possessions ion ef the forecoins; facts that the week. M and Mr. Joan Und far a few at great - The Paint Lwk qarsvge deUvoted the basis of all wealth -- the fundamental and bsvsis principles of fortune the homock plaut is now bem UytVvi.it ',fr weh t"y wttl k l er or investor: Here-i- s one grand opportunity. Buy a nicely located lot. Remember now is the" loiK, which use ranaed and ecs- - art week to Mtsac Jaa. oi.-.tnJ Sand Sprinv--s Oklahoma. mnn makes monoy by the Moaed by the iacresao and bisrh prtces Mat tie Vs4er a Iwr. .!iMllf StUilo-taktime to make a start. Tomorrow may be too lottt Tho neglect and ovor sight of others. Don't wait and nny the other mnn for his foresight and of snatorUI sad coal and la'"!. Sodnn. is the best to bu found whseh'cotsM not bo foroseon at be judamcnt. The safest thing on earth is oarth itself. This We wiiili j rsct an error tf i tst s Msld fraachiee was mirshnsotr, in Danville. Go and inspuet this beautiful land nnd note its attractions. Mr. WiV .un Kclitun h ust and it wwiU be lmpoibk for"! th is cuifettt Miss Su irt4jrir.K rin Hrothsrs or a roeoivor to optcov RkLl'.OU II. test f Miss Metcalf. I plant at tho nrsttmt prieoa eat of Mr. und Mi W C. Ha'ey and on, (he biuome derived from the wrvites l Mi Wilt.i.m. Forest Dowden of Nlur'S Rmly INR Tbtt), Ar With each let sold will be given the privilege of the next one, two er three kits at the rendered and saoM wouU be epcrat- - Berea ...i.i HdpInK TMeuane Who Tritd innay Dowdon si nt ies-Tsptntly ThinfS WtJhout Rtkult. Sad Ineros'uic same nrioe oneh, thus allowing the nutchnaor to regulate tho rise of. his purchase without oom sd at a Sun Jay ..t!i 1. ir mother Mrs. J. T. It's OuarinlMd. M riant now asks tha City Conu-tpotitive biddkagainst himself. A decided advantage to the pwreJsasar, original with this firm to rncteaoe tho rates Cor Hunt ser-i- c Thomr n. and the only company within osir knowledge pern ittistc thia privliagc. Thtro r ibi of ltil pro Mr. Ju. IKster who .has Keen sad power sorvUo in tho City to" human Mriu - lit uXostlen of (ikhL Um cm uf iMmrtWmnt air e an extotit enwi to the difference in tuiftimg . ..i'i ppondicitis for . flow It and lh Uaitittkin l INwr mil aiwilsilaw tho cost of conl. Material, labor nml t to i.u k.th- u Gibson Hokpiu! fsr tvM nowrkli. ttHHraw failure to daiiv other eqoipment, from ItM to lOdO. an i 'nrrmi. His aauiiy lnenlk v frm foil ami lut in uim recover. nml wsalttl. laiu lmuovrlkhvlfUmiaitkm Tbe off ism fsulner etatos that a a hi. i n . Op Oeve lot vssluod at $300.00 and other valuable prises will be gives away absolutely froe. encwiii. ( mal an icuniutau.a I! asallsr fs Hoifhsoa ef Lexii'-i.o- ) person on thu ground, wheUter purchaser or not, will Ue given a froe father cv !deratlen for Mid increase Eacii cad evary wUite Ik txxly, lowar viwMl)', whkh il run at Mt. Tahor next Sun tu lUervaora Ui if Uaket enUtlinM Ike kolder lo nn equal ehostee on the froe lot and other prise: Drsrwing one U.st tho Jrn ! n J tvr otet tnc rvie UtMpinwit JrM and leaaaIHlo ttio rslan ' t many Hiiuun prlae will not war you ftosa est eeruul cbastce upcet athorju The only condition roojHtrod is, oti iiO mcrosk" beyond the centeatRts-tiu- n d at 1 1. A. ii. Bro. IIupl iuii ... "m i i lolar !Uiriunilu. du (o torn Uwm-liut- i. of the parties at tho rinse the straaser hi this eosasun.t SPECIAL PRIZES FOR THE LADIES. sr.ust be an the growesj. vt win to pro U, and in erdttr that noo hold tJiJi pastorals for abou s frnach'o (Hilar t ait rtd nt wilin tmr nnat ba I'sImb. la yistl (he service in tho City may grow and ' yoavs. Me will bo juVwl to meet old i tu any that fit lit u ostrasi leoslep as the needs of the City r. i 1fr:enk who aro aura to uomu to lu.w lb euttduittn eruoslM for II. Omhl np)r rvttMiiitilii iwnun tu rhl eawnd it is as sensory to oaltinie the bias. lilniMlf u( rkumiM pain a Inc na Ihruwdtk ihjImu Is alUmcU tu rvcubi aid plant by irttns now boilers Uttle Paul Todd, on hk way hwie in Ids Mf TlilMk vl IWc It exsUlM su and otoettic nppmrottaV at aa estiaaat from icJisoL had the miferuiu! to cta of NUr nme (Kit TaUt cd oxpense of about oftHM.OO, whbb faU fronf the back of the buggy la u inun tmm In b thvr aro mdllna tweo fnlkxt TImhu4hI st-tin- s' adsution could nave bton mnds at weok and being drnuued some vrwty day a ad . ulr.jr Nil Tull' H IN SIX AND IN tho timo tho fmnehlso vm entored CASH AND EASY TERMS ONE-HAL- F Wby imy U ur ln rlU roeeivinj; Mvorsl brufsos nnd Hint aa mu.'.i f. un.frlaUi thine? (Mt st fifty per vent ot that sum, euto about tho face and head. Friends A SCa Ikjx .: Nature's Htntirfy (Nit TWELVE MONTHS, WITH SIX PER CENT. INTEREST OR ALL CASH IF DESIRED. uut1i tu lut TuUta, snUtiiinaT and thks extra work is accessary in wt)l be glad to know be is doing nicetruly-nvtlav. uiul liflii you, BOWDEN, cf Atlanta, G.t., the South's eminent auction-ccr- , ordor to make n complete and cITic- - ly and will soon b back In school. SENATOR J. E. mut iclva veni irvm t seller anl AUCTIONEERS Uii.rit or txiat yuu noililmr. ieat system and money cannot be Nstura's ntnitdy la not only fsr and your own COL I. M. DUNN and COL. A. L. GATES will conduct this side. These gen- raised on the plant fur that purpose lm tho rell( o( rlirunuitlim. It rg. rrove dlicition. lonra II. o tlvr. Invites Disease. without an increase in rates, and the ami action. Im. ulatt and every lot. Band Concert at 0:30 A. M. and during sale. tlemen will sell-eactli3 liiooj nni clcmwa th rruvc (New York World.) increase In rates nro necessary In ylrm. tnum tnrJ th nxnlva mtdklnaa a "J Jocto.- - now inaka tho order that tho electric service in the Every citixen who does not enlist., Ira I teat. You'll art raaulU Una tlm. city may grow arid develop as the in this campaign should bo drafted. Juat try It Nature KtmiJy INK TabltUt It aolkl. KuaranttcU aad nseds of the City may demand. Cleanliness may not bo an sbsolute rcomcnJ J Ly - u j.'SUU For the reasons stated said Ilastin preventive of disease, but we know McROBERTJ DRUG STORE. e. ilrothers ask that tho rates be in with certainty that dirt Invites creased according to the foregoing II. V. 11AST1N. basts. Clean out that cellar, cart away Subscribed and sworn to before me that pile of rubbish, put paint on that by atriant, II. V. Dastln. this April S, dirty wall. Soap and Water and 1920. Paint are powerful allies. They SHELNV MASON, Notary Public. annihilate disease germs by ths bll- -, The Honorable Mayor appointed Hons. OWN YOUR OWN HOME. OWN YOUR OWN HOME. Mrf. Ilobart Grow U sjowly, such Investigations: J, ft. Conn, Jaok Adnnn, II. C. Ballcy and J. I). RuHcy. Wo Invite the fullest Investigation nnJ wIII render ths committee nil the make 1 JIG LOT SUE RESIDENCE LOTS-3- 7 s Ktch-mon- AT AUCTION In F5EAUTIFUI9 "HIbbCHEST" i 1. po-sti- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Saturday, April 10th sub-divisio- j I !... or Me-Osh-ey cl rod-bea- d. Tudy lo statd r.. fur-sight- ed Rheumatism -- Relief -- 2Sc. tf SPECIAL OFFER. t7t w - iat uiitn U-r FREE FREE lr if . . . 1 (hih tirll pt .Ladies Especially Invited to Attend ONK-FOURTH This Sale.ONE-FOURT- j o, u X itv lnl Dirt "BRING YOUR NEIGHBOR" ' dis-eai- The C. A. West Realty Company ' Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. B a I Thursday, April 8, 1920 WANTED COMMISSIONER BOGGS mm srannma Explains "High Points" of New Road Law Passed By Last Legislature. Letter To County Judge Engineer. and Road COME HEAR TheNew Edison "The rhoiiortraph With a Soul' STORMES DRUG STORE DF1E POINT LEAVELL 3 cousin, Agnes May Hammond near Hilltop. Miss Laura 'Morris is visitlns hrr Mrs. J. R. Payne and grand-dougliter in Franklin Ohio. ter, Axie of Richmond spent the Mlta Mary Belle spent Saturday week end with her daughter, Mr. Jim -- night and Sunday with home folk. Messrs Oscar Fisher and Leonard Hammond spent Sunday in Richmond. Mrs. J. M. Bell and son Ira Lee, spent Thursday afternoon in Paint Lick. Mr. Ceph Morpan is having electric lights put in his beautiful home near Hill top. Mr. Herbert Mitchell has returned from Barboursvllle where he has been attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gaffney and little daughter Grade are visiting her father Mr. W. M. Payne at Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Baird and children and Mrs. Thomas Owens spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hammonds. Misses Ethyl and Mary Elizabeth Hammond spent Sunday with their Anderson. Mr. J. E. and S. A. Hammond mot orcd to Richmond Monday and spent the day with their nephew Mr. Joe Hammond. Mr. Colonel Hammond spent Sat urday night and Sunday with his sis ter, Mrs. W. M. Mctcalf on the Kirks- ville pike. Mrs. W. M. Mctcalf and attractive little daughter, Mar Bane, spent Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J .E. Hammonds. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McQuerry and little son of Bryantsvllle spent Saturday night and Sunday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Gaffney. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Smith and little son Alvin Henderson have re turned to their home in Lexington after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. CaH'on us" for CORN DRILLS, DISK HARROWS s Smoothing Harrows, To bacco Setters, Wagons and Buggies. We Sell thelPopular Chevrolet Automobile and can make immediate de- liveryPrice $875.00. Archer Tires and Tubes. Goodioe & Walker BROTHERS. As you are aware, the recent General Assembly which has Just adjourned, pawed n new road law crentinK a system of State Highways which will be constructed and maintained with State and Federal moneys. This law becomes effective July 1st, 1020, and as this office has been advised that a great deal of confusion exists in our State at the present time .relative to some of the provisions of this law, I am taking the liberty of explaining the "high points" of same for your Information. I trust by now you have received n copy of this law and have carefully digested Its requirements. One of the main features of the Binew law is that a partisan Hoard, consisting of four members, two from each of the dominant political parties of our State, constitutes n "STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION", it members to be representative business men of Kentucky who are well acquainted with the State ns a whole and who arc to be not less than thirty years of age. This Commission in turn selects the "State Highway Engineer" who will be the executive head of the depart-mand whose nets will need to be missioner. approved or disapproved by the Com-Th- e new law has designated a sys tem of State Highways, in which is embraced about 3500 miles of road, of which, at the present time, about 000 miles have been improved under the State Aid plan. This system is designated in the new law by Project numbers and gives to each county at least one trunk line system built and maintained under State supervision. Two of the most important provisions of this new law, as relate to our present program arc in Para graph 3 and Paragraph It of the new law. One of the provisions of Paragraph 3 relating to county ap subferip donations, propriations, tions and gifts on either Mate or Federal Aid projects now under con struction or which are being surveyed and planned for reads as follows) "Tha said Suit Highway Commit don snail ascertain all gifts, dona tions or .appropriations which have heretofore boon mad or promised by any person, corporation, County or Municipality la aid of tho construc tion of any road known as a Slat aid or Stat and Federal Aid Road, where suck gift, donation or appropriation has not boon completed, and said gifts, donations or appropriations, or any promise thereof, shall be binding and of full effect the same as when made, and nothing in this Act shall be construed to effect tha validity thereof." This provision clearly sets forth that no reimbursement will be made on projects of this character which have already been financed or which will be financed under past promises up until July 1st, 1020. The program of construction which has been laid out in this bill will require at least ten to fifteen years for its ultimate completion, even though future Legislatures furnish sufficient revenues for that purpose, and coun ties which repudiate their "present agreements or promises with this of fice in regard to projects which are now under way or which will bo ulder way by July 1st, 1020, will be in grave danger of not only losing, their Federal moneys which have been set aside for them, but perchance may postpone tho construction of certain projects until years in tho future. For these reasons, it is very necessary Improvements that contemplated which hav been under way for some time be handled as if no new road ' bill had besn enacted. One of the provisions of Para graph 11 relates to those counties that desire to anticipate the con struction of primary roads that cross their county and reads as follows: "If any county desires to construct any part of any primary road before the state may construct same under the plan and system herein designated, such county shall make request of the State Highway Commission so to do. When such request is made, the State Highway Commission shall im mediately investigate such request, and, if they find that the county has funds available to construct any part of suck road, and wlH pay for the construction thereof, the State High. way Commission may take up Im mediately by the construction of suck read, but I key skaM net da so until ike county kas taken suck stone a tkey may require to make available subjects to their order sufficient nt funds to pay for the construction of such road. When the county has week te satisfied these requirements, the stale A man who I It In Lancaster who can give us a few hours each Highway Commission may proceed represent our Interests In GARRARD County. We sell the retell grocery trade. Our line will hardly pay far to construct such road in tha same way and manner under the same regyour entire lime, but for lima given will pay well. ThU is regular work ulations that they construct olher and a good chine for someone to make a little eslra money every month. roads as herein provided. They shall Cheese, We sell staple lines only, Meat, Dry Sail, Lard. Butler, keep careful account of the money Oleomargarine NUCOA NUT BUTTER, Elc thus advanced by the county to the Write at once. Stale, and when the project of which Is a pert shall have been such rood Mac-Callu- m completed, the Stale shall refund to Leslngton, Ky. Merchandise Broher. the County the full amount of money thus advanced with proper certification of the Stale Highway Commission." This Is the only provision in the new road bill which has any connection with reimbursement and you will carefully note that tin arrangement of this kind will need to be perfected with the new State Highway Commission, and that it will in no way be mandatory for them to enter into such agreement, being purely withI feel sure in in their discretion. some Instances, to hasten the construction of certain important projects In our State, that this Commission will see fit to enter into such agreement with counties that have funds avnllable for the financing of the project, but do not believe that indiscriminate use will be made of this plan, ns it would create loo large a liability for future years to take care of. You will also note that even though such an arrangement la made, no reimbursement can be given until the project of which the road In that particular county Is a part has been completed in its entirety. To my mind, the two above mentioned paragraphs are of more concern to the various counties at the Parlor Suites in all Bed Room Suites present time than any other part of Stylet and Finishes this new road bill, and I trust that Brown Mahogany this explanation, although n personal Dining Room Suilea Dull Mahogany one, will be of some benefit to you in a more thorough understanding of the Complete in all styles Walnut, Ivory present status of road construction up until the time the new law becomand Finishes, Golden Oak es effective. JOE S. DOGGS. Odd Tables Odd Dressers, Commissioner of Public Iloads. William.. AND SEE US FOR DEPENDABLE Furniture Rockers, Chairs, Fibre Suites, Ranges and Cook Stoves Hanging Couches, CARTERSVILLE. Little Cora Jordan Ilryant Is very ill at this writing. Little Hallard Smith is very ill with pneumonia at this writing, Mrs. C. S. Hoop is visiting relatives and friends in Paint Lick this week. Miss Estelle Davis visited her cousin Loraine Davis Saturday night, Mrs. Sam Davis entertained quite a number of young folks Saturday P, M. Mr. Zack Hester made a business trip to Richmond on Monday of this week, Mrs. Elixa Conn Is visiting her daughter Mrs. E. Whitehead at Nina Chiffoniers Floor Lamps, Desk Lamps Ladies' Desks, Trunks, ALL KINDS OF FLOOR COVERINGS, REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES. I Tribble & Reynierson Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. this week. Rev. II. &. Gamble filled his regular appointment at Cartes Chapel Sat- urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie YYylie and son Ralph visited his grand-motheMrs. John Anglin Sunday. Mr. A. R. Carter and children were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pitts at llerrn. There wll be prayer meeting at Carters Chapel on every Wednesday evening, beginning at seven o'clock. Mr. Lucrctla Wilson and Luke Ervon drove to Rev. F. P. Bryants Wednesday evening and were quietly married. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Mosicr died Wednesday and was buried in the Cartersville cemetery. Miss Cora Carter and nelre, Miss Cora Carter, have returned from a pleasant visit with Mrs. J. II. Hamilton of near Lancaster. Mr. and Mr. U. II. Jennings and children and Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Todd of Ilerca were the pleasant guests of Mrs. J. T. Allen Sr., Sunday. On Sunday afternoon a hall storm and wind storm swept thru tills place taking the porch and roof off Mr. Clayton Coon's house and dnmaglng Mr. Mike Woolwlne's and Mr. Mike Jennings buildings some. r, PROCLAMATION CLEAN IIP and PAINT UP And Keep It Up Know all Men, By These Present: Women and Children Honey and Tar COMPOUND soollu the isw, iaflsracd sutlsccs; stop lb niplng, trsollng flln la the throat. It Is msde ol the Durrsl. fresh. est aad fiacil isfrcdicatstobehsd, cos- Is lot no opisle or otber nirralul drug, aad costs twice as much to make a ear Imltstloa ol it. Every User n Friend i Foley's IS PLEASANT TO TAKE, sad THAT, Whereas the NATIONAL CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP CAMPAIGN has resulted in many advantages to community life throughout the United States, In safeguarding HEALTH; In promoting THRIFT; In furthering FIRE PREVENTION; In stimulating CIVIC PRIDE; and In making the "HOME AND CITY- BEAUTIFUL" NOW, THEREFORE, Be it known that plans have been perfected for a thorough Clean Up and Paint Up campaign IN LANCASTER - Beginning April 12th to 15th. ThU dnte to mark tho OPENING of a real campalfrn of persistent und constructive effort in cleaning up and KEEPING IT UP. In this worthy movement we urge each citizen to ao hla or her part to make our community CLEAN MS wMtrwM not am w tout h.. urn "1 mm 1. mf .lettj-sstiat- fs IhiMl. ImMIU itkatlilias i mIImm u4 Isatsrr U I. T.r ktt re Ul 4.'s UeC'-- O. f, fUaJsli. Us Ms. H. urn Foley's Hoacy aad Tar Is recess, k. ais. W II.TmiMm. tssf sag t taeaded lor ceugnt, colds, hoarseness, llthllafol the throat, seasatodl croua. whooplsdcougn, Ujtlfa aadbroechlsi remove it. THRIFTY SAFE am. BEAUTIFUL Put trash cans where they can be seen and City Cart will HEALTHY McReherts Drug Store, J. M. DUNCAN, Mayor. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April 8, 1920 MRS. McCARTY Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. Makers of the Celebrated nntl Popular fo LeadH. NIclioUiTllln C. L., Fight. Woman Elihth DIs. trict Chairman for Dcpsrlmtnt In Campaign of Juttles Ajuiti.t II. C. L. Paint, Pride and Prosperity go Hand in Hand- The moral and economic influence of ptint'is A well painted house denotes character; pride iri your property and esteem of yourself and neighbors. Paint not only promotes prosperity, but protects your home against decay and increases its value. g. ' hMNtiTO.S. Ky., April I Mrs. li WHITE SWAN PLOTJR .ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAKE NO OTHER. I'pB'gn iijninst the high cost of llv-- 1 ing beng wnged in Kentucky by the department of Justice. .She Immediately begnn the organization of the dintrct and will nnnounce her city and county chairman within n few days. Mrs McC arty hna hnd valuable ex penence in government work nnd pa triotlc nctivitie. nnd hns n wide nc. qunlntnnrv among the women not only In her own district but thru- - of Nlcholnsvillc, has llarn In in (.(inted chnirmnn of the High-t(V i'tcsslonnl District in the earn -- ' - - out the state on nccounl of her prominence in fmternnl nml patriotic Preident, organizations. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE As chnirmnn for Jessamine County C. L. ZANONE Secretary, in the food conservation on work W. A. DOTY Treasurer, tluring the wnr, she brought about Miller. V. G. BURCHETT a general observance ofthe food sating suggestion of the govcrn- ment, and with the support of loyal women, contributed much to the sue cuss of the movement which fed the ltuMin is apiwircntly handing the )onr nnd take the crumb thnt arc Allies nnd our soldier. It i our uiunl way aurpnsc rk left world something of In addition to her work for her age. The iiovict government declm-- r Mrs, A few years ago n presidential ' country and her home duties, to Mow up. Instead it appear was n live one. Thine McCnrty took charge of The Nicho' campaign to become mere stnmgly intrenched wore whooped up with n whl(, band laaville News, of which her husband ' tu rvrry day. Anil when wc pnraded, ami the eagle, w editor, while he held nn olTicin! nly one persurt in five ungotui consider that sereamedmightHy. Hut now? Say, n positon n the Department of Justice In that country can read It is a surSchool pwnic would be n in Frankfort for several years, nnd nml Sunday prise party indeed. Kngland comparison. ran it with credit to herself and him. in roaring catnrnct France have concluded that it is fu- The wood are full, candidates pussy.Mr. McCnrty is n prominent mem- tile to futher op pone the soviet rule. footing around, and yet dr nre will- ber of tilt United Daughter of the Instead, they will establish commer-c(b- I ing to wnger that there iin'l a person Confederacy nnd the Order of the relations with them nnd endeavKastcrn Star, and has held state of' in this town who can name them or tu iiccuro n monooly of trade from all. The voter it a pretty big man flees in both organizations. .She ii thnt country' America, presumably, himielf these days, and a president In leader in socinl life nnd civic nctlV' ; itfes in Nicholnsville nnd is well will wake up In the coune of n few is just nn ordinary fish in his eye.' known of the district in which she will work for the Department of Justice. ; Wc do exchanging in wheat nnd corn. Our MILL FEED tests 16 per cent Protein. lk itf. m&!t nftvn f$utV trtrt ffftrintt tnntm l?in ffo .r. Urge or snull there is a Pee Gee Paint or Fiaisk llurt wiU sne you lastini situfaction at lowest cost. Visit this stem sad let W adnie with you refu-- ag your painting and decorating problem. Lava Ask us for FREE Palat Book "Hints ami Horn H PaM Thtm." also for Color Cards, or write direct to Pcaslcc-Goulbcrt Co., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. McRoberts Drug Store. Lancaster, Ky. tp Mm No, a word to tho wise is not alNo, all men do not think alike, for If you wnnt to become nationalways ly known you have only to write n some, it seems, do not think at all. sufficient. Sometimes they glowing testimonial for some patent think they know it all. All eyes nre going to be turned medicine nnd mail it to the manufacon the supreme court for a time turers. They will do the rest now. That worthy tribunnl Is to deWhy couldn't wc heard nil the pre cide whether or not a man may be sidential candidates together nnd par- permitetd to stock up his cellar with cel the four yenr term out between booze for his own use. Yes, there them? Kvcn nt that we might get will be some anxious eyes turned more than we want of any one of toward Washington very anxious. if More than - Cracks at Creation. -- ' i U fx needs you get a great deal moru than just K. many feet of lumber bundles of him!cs or panels of Bcavi-- Beard. pounds of nail You Ret the benefit of our building . material knowledge and experience in Scrvic-helps you get the results you wart at tho that rifiht price. Service first in plannuii: the matwork more scrvic In selecting proper goods. erialsspeedy service In delivering the You pay for tho materials. The service pays for itself in the larger volume of busuies customers. it brings through It will pay you fo bn one or them r super-satisfied Whon vnu let us sunnly your buildinc not have a Thrift-Savin- g Survey in the schools here? A survey recently held in Pallis, Texns, Yes, fifty cent piece are still In showed that the pupils in just one ' circulation. They arc occnsionully school in n very poor section of the used fur odd change, city hnd saved over $3000 since last Spring, we would remind you, summer nnd invested it for them ha one eye fully hatched nnd the selves in Wnr Savings Stamps. other is beginning to pip. Why Now, of course, the thirsty can always go on n tear and celebrate their last drunk by keeping sober. i The wise man keeps his ground. The fool keeps his own noise. ear to the it full of them. Some folks nre born poor, some l Of B0UU6N have-nothin- acquire poverty and quite n few have it thrust upon them. Poverty is mure of n disgrace than it is a disease. War Savings Stamps purchasis ed every time the opened help folks to get from the g crowd Into the class. down x chick's thmn core rew drops in ine S rinklngA w ttr cnrei snu UK Mc Ixittle makes IS Jircnu cbnlrra, dlirrhnei and otbcrcblck dli One ;, miTPY CUE Bovrbsn RM4f Ca.lultwa.t HASELDEN BROS. mrdlclne At all Sample and tnuklrtJru1itt. on "Dl. catro( fowls" Mat KltlX. t.e. of r jlloni -- 0 r j j The seamy side of life, it ap-- i pears, has ceased to be merely a senm. It is a whale of n crack. Don't, however, get the idea that i lil isntni tn ttsit The pot isn't big enough to hold it. lliss lelmln ta m Xr Aflr ' VIHP Zig-Za- fj Tread lU W Tb. Mf I rorttrt lUit iJt Ml flt u. raodlt L f. 7W I I We humbly apologise to our readers. We forgot to inlcude our periodical squib about Carrnnza this week. I VT Three Times Guaranteed EE TIRES arc guaranteed without limit by their makers. Ctliro.l. m mt u Btntnlvl hita illM dllM ff Wn tr...L Kill V ruill.1 I luiB j j ' i Yes, our friends the candidates are Hut prchaps all good men and true. the white house dosn't wnnt a. g. m. They are further guuratitcetl by the, records of actual performance over the roads of this locality and in every other, part of the country. And becauee all Lee Tires in this section are bought from mo. the responsibility for satisfaction rets on me. 1 take the risk confidently, because I know Lee Tires are all I claim for them. My Micccss nnd t. Sure, the league of nations made the world safe for democracy that is, for nil except those who framed I the Irngue. When you hear a fellow shouting thnt money means nothing to him, you should be sure that your own i in n safe place. depend on your satisfaction. Bastin Lumber Company. SAVE MONEY BY OUR The Lord has showered mankind with innny blessings. Hut some men nre not content with a shower- - they want a deluge. A sage has remarked that the ways of a maid are past understanding, but our otflce devil says it depends upon whether she is young or old. Whether your preference is for Cord Tirea, or Fabric Tire., or the patented, exclusive Lee Puncture-Proo- f (either Conl or Fabric) I know will get more than your money's worth that you in mileage out of every Lee Tire. Let me show you one. You'll want it when you hiif V ' o It. Free Battery Service Call and let us inspect and put distilled water bunch of nngry cats Kver see sitting around In n circle and spit ting nt ench other? It reminds us of the statu quo in dear old Washington, u HF W VVJ'"rLsWi Nl ! MtHi t M! t.F.117 DKALKK'S IMIMUiNT more weeks nnd we will be sighing again for the good old days of winter, for that which i temporarily beyond our reach wo ImmediateA few ly desire. No uo of speculating on what the devil would do if he should come tu earth. He Is too wise a bird to get mixed up with some of the gang now here. in your battery. L lHIHiTiT.l f ! --i VVE RE PAIR, all makes of Batteries. BUILD CHARGE. Tires Paint Lick Garage. Point Lick, Ky. 4 The decline of the old time political oratory is probably due to the fact that the present day voter can generally utaku a better speech than the candidate. Of course, It is possible that German revolution wai stirred by the foreign correspondents the purpose of furnishing copy a day. Uut we doubt It. Smile at Miles" sell-wha- the up Tires are advancing every day but we are we have on hand at the old price. Lincaiter, Keatucky. t for for The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 8 1920. 3F1E in DDI E 3F1 DISSOLUTION Of Well Known Busi noss Firm. A business dent of unusunl interest was consumntcd this week, when Mr. A. I'. Joseph, the Junior member of the tlrm of the Joseph Mercan- SPARKS BIG THREE RING CIRCUS To Richmond Soon. exhibit WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR "v Coming Ballards Obelisk. The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour You will rind It Better. Try a Sack Today. Wc deliver in town. I 1 Vulcan Plows AND REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF CUTTING usttfullncr to make it one of the largest of tented enterprises. Among best retail dry goods and Indies fur- the sensationnl fentures crowded tonishings stores in the city. However gether in the two nnd one half hour HARROWS, her mantel will fall upon worthy program it re the Sparks Stable of shoulders, for no better business man Shlmmey dancing horses including nor one more popular can be found Cnesnr, Champion high jumping CORN in the city than Adolph Joseph. horse of the World nnd three groups The Joseph Mercantile Company is of mnrble-lik- e statue horses and dogs. one of the landmarks of the city, Mr. trniners seem to predominate Jacob Joseph having come to Ijin- - with this cirrus and two herds of pon-castcr nhuut 411 years ago, then al- derous elephant., nmong them being most a boy, and at that time could Ear til's largest monster Dig Zuln, the hardly talk English, nnd formed n skyscraper elephant who will be seen partnership under the style of Dnvis nt each performance anil worked en and Joseph. After n few years Mr. tirely by lady trainers. The during Joseph acquired the business, Mr. Mntokn will be seen in his rapid Dnvis returning to Clncinnnti. LIVE AND death defying front nnd backward The business grew under the man slides for life on n narrow threadlike agement of Mr. Joseph and he made wire extending from the top of the DC 31 3E many friends during the thirty or tent, to the ground n distance of more years he was in business here, nearly the entire length of the huge try press of the state which where he died in 11)11. After his rnnvns and just for good measure, business was well mnnuged forty clowns will be on hnnd to ex come to our desk weekly death hisJoseph by Mrs. $1.50 a Y.r. Issu.d W.akly. and two sons. trnct the henrty county is Adolph nnd Arthur, her latter retir Two performanceslaughs befrom you The sentiment in this Payable ia Advaac. the will given nt J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. strong for him and growing ing a few yenrs ago, moving to Som- :'I ami 8 P. M. The doors will open nt erset, where he has established one nnd 7 so that you will have plenty R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. dnily. of the lending Indies furnishings of time to visit the Menngeric and store of that city. Entered at the Tost Office In LanHorse Knir. We bespcuk Mall the caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Blowout kills Child same splendid for the new firmpros patronage ami Matter. James Wooten, 5 year old, son of perity it has received in the past ond UNCLE Mr. nnd Sirs. Tom Wooten, of near which it so richly deserves. Lancaster. Ky., April 8. 1920 KenAdnirville, was killed by tho cxplo A spare tiro on Kentucky Press Association sion of an auto tire. Member much Exploitthe rear of Mr. Wooten's car had a and slit in the outer ensing. Through the Means. Living ed Eighth District Publishers League. this slit n portion of the inner tube An adequate provision for keeping had pushed in n little round knob, the teeth of the people sound and Rates For Political Announcement. The child was playing near the car, their mouths clean is necessary to For Precinct nnd City Offices. -- $5.00 saw the little "balloon" and tried to general health. 10.00 There are quite a number of locnl For County Offices.- pull it off. He then put it in his For many yeurs the chief object citizens who paid to lee "Uncle John For State and District Offices. -- 15.00 mouth, and tried to bite it off. The in preserving the teeth was the pre Shell" ntuhe 1910 State Fair and, .10 For Calls, per line Into tire exploded, forcing . - .10 lungs. His left lung the nirtorn his vention or relief or pain, nnd to a Lexington Fair, believing he w'ns as For Cards, per lino was to lesser extent to prevent disfigure represented, "the oldest living man For all publications in the inter, pieces. The child died in two hours. ment due to the loss of teeth, but in aged 131 years". The publicity, est of individuals or expresthese days of research we have n far given this nged mnn by newspapers sion of individual viewsper Up more important reason for taking spread to every section of the coun10 line care of the mouth nnd all that it con try, and in order to fully comprehend . .05 Obituaries, per line Neighbors. tains. his habits of livinii which caused his It has been definitely proved thnt longevity, Dr. I. I.. Nnsher, of New (Baton Rouge Times.) FOR CONGRESS. such n thing ns local infection dors York City, recently visited the old Have you treated your home to a not exist. All infection is general. Shell home on Greuay Creek in the We arc authorized to announce Have you given That is, infection to infect must en mountains of Eastern Kentucky. RALPH GILDERT, of Shelby county, new coat of paint? n candidate for the Democratic nomi- your premises n new lease on sightli tcr the blood stream, nnd once in the After making extensive investigations nation for Congress in this, the nets by ridding them of nil rubbish? blood stream it travels over the en he says. in part in n page article in s Eighth Congressional District of If you have not attended to these tire system. Even the slightest in- the New York Sun ami II era It! a Kentucky. State Primary Election, matters, now Is the time to do so. fection visits every muscle, nerve. ago; For this is Clean Up and Paint Up bone nnd orgnn in the body. Where' Saturday, August 7, 1020. "From the census report in 1H40 time, not only in Raton Rouge, but ever there is a weak or Inflamed spot down to the present time nnd other over the entire state and nation. there the new infection talks busi evidences, I find thnt old man Shell FOR CONGRESS. The campaign has been officially ness. Old troubles arc aggravated was born in Knox County, Tennessee, We arc authorized to announce yenrs ago. He knows COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson opened for the brightening up of and new ones are invited. One of ninety-eigh- t county, a candidate for the Demo- homes nnd places of business by pro the most frequent sources of infec- little or nothing about his age. He nnd lived in most cratic nomination for Congress in clamntlons issued by the Governor tion is tha root of a dead tooth. When Is feeble-mindethis, the Eighth Congressional Dis- nnd the Mayor, and nlmost everybody the pulp dies n little infected tumor humble circumstances. His eldest U5i while the youngtrict of Kentucky. State Primary who appreciates cleanliness nnd at- called a granuloma is formed at the child is seventy-liv- e Election. Saturday, August 7, 1920. tractiveness nlready is doing his bit tip of the root, sometimes, in multiple est is only four yeurs of age. The to mnke the campaign a success. rooted teeth, between the roots. This appearance of this old mnn nt the "The thing's contagious when you granulation is n little incubator for many fairs in the State was schemed The lenders of the Demo- onrc get it started," declares one citi- trouble. Pandora's box, out of which by friends near his home in order cratic party in Kentucky have zen. "When your neighbors begin the troubles of the world are said to thnt they miftht procure bushels of of their houses been busy for several weeks jn to cover the dingincss paint, nnd to have come, had nothing on the granu. money for him. but instead, Mr. Shell lomn with get the pnrty to- clean bright coats of litters of trnsh root. at the end of n decayed tooth claims that he received only $100 of an effort to out the unsightly proceeds," -- Marlon Falcon. gether and in fiirhtinK trim. and broken boxes and barrels and Sometimes this granuloma becom the The prospects for success of cuns that make the back yard an es active and enuses n regular absSuccess the party is far better than it eyesore, nnd to put flowers jn the cess, commonly culled i gum boil. It will be of interest to the contr has been for two or more years. front nnd thrift gardens in the back, This abscess either opens of its own butors to the Easter Market last why, you simply liave to do the same accord nnd discharges pus, or it is In fact, the party has a good in e and to keep up with lanced; then if no further treatment week, to know Unit the proceeds went necessary for the chance of success. There the neighborhood." is given it discharges for n time nnd beyond the amount furnishing of the Infirmary. It hasshould be no discord in the closes. After awhile another nbsces suggested that the surplus be will form until it will finally become been mass conventions on May first. A kept for the needs of this room, and chronic. In other cases the granu It will be the first time that the Is loma never grows large and never that n committee from the church women in Kentucky have the be appointed to look after enuses any trouble apparently but members (Washington, D. C. Star.) siek children. right to participate in the deyou can nlways depend on n granu- the comfort of these It should become n dear and sacred Washington's annual Clean Up and loma to do business twenty-fou- r liberations of a Democratic to them. convention. The party fac- Paint Up campaign is in full swing hours u day like a certain detective duty to so minister Market In charge Those having the again. The reck of fresh paint agency. It never sleeps, but contintions should be on their good week nre grateful for the help the city. To some it Is an odor raises microbes to be carried last behavior, for this reason if no of no appealing fragrance though uallyyour blood given them generally by the Christian into and distributed freely other. they should upprcciatc it as a whiff what you get depends upon where the Church members. Sentiment in this state is rap- of progress. to every cell. To u large extent, Mrs. idly centering on the idea of It Is a notuble fact that when a bacteria establish themselves. .. man becomes enough interested in his tt !... I 'I1U14.111U V..I..I.. ...It.. ui .hi. i If these bncteria from the teeth .lira, i miiKiit, miv selecting Governor Cox of home to treat it to a good painting happen to lodge in a joint you get G. L, Knight, cnshler of the First E Ohio for the Presidential Lead- his interest will probably extend to rheumatism, if they select u nerve National I link nt Nlcholasville. undilW er and if there should develop straightening up the porch, stopping you draw neuritis, if they fancy the sister of Mr. Hanks Hudson of Inn-,f?- J any contest over candidates we the leaks in the roof, pointing up the uppendlx but why have nn organ re- ville died Monday afternoon nt three! la shutcital? The point Is this; care of the o'clock, after an illness of pneumonia. do urjro democratic leaders to chimneys, renewing worn-ou- t ters, doors and windows, and perhaps teeth nnd care of the mouth are the Mrs. Knight was born and reared In be on their guard and not per- he may give udditionul joy to his wife leave mit any distention in the ranks by calling in the workmen to restore best health insurance in the world. Garrard inCounty nnd the State many who this part of Comfort, the ability to do Justice to friends at this time and to work in line the Intel tor to 'oziness and comfort. u good meal, health and vigor and a deeply deplore her death. Resides With theft! germ of household smile that shows every tooth nt at- her husband and three children, she of tho general movement in the betterment stirring within him, he tention isn't that worth while? is survived by her parents, Mr. und state to get tho pnrty In har- will ulso probably get busy with the M. S. HALFIELI), D. D. Mrs. I.en Hudson, of Atlanta, Ga monious working order ngnin. garden. Ragged grass will bo cropand two brothers, Mr. Ilnnks Hudson Adv. ped, the bare placesln the lawn will of Danville, nnd Mr, Scott Hudson, of LOOKS LIKE COX. turn green, and llowcrt will begin to See Mount and Co's add. Atlanta. Funeral services of Mrs. Knight took place Tuesday afternoon Governor Cox, of Ohio, seems bloom. The home will be happier neighGARAGE Ex- at 2.30 o'clock at Nlcholasville. DEATHERAGE. to have a pretty good lend for and more valuable. Then thesuggespert repairing on all cars. Prompt bors become Infected with the Kentucky's instructions for the tion, they go to work; and the whole service and a square deal. Located W, C. T. U. The regular meeting democratic Presidential nomi- neighborhood takes on the aspect of at tho S. II. Estes Livery Stable. Saturday at 2.30 at Mrs. J. U. Phone 2C4. nation, judging from the court- - thrift and prosperity. Tho Sparks' Rig .1 Ring Circus will in Richmond on Monday April tile Company, purchased the entire 10th, giving two performances nnd Interests of his mother, Mrs. Eliza-bct- h Inaugurating Its nppenrance with n Joseph, anil in the future will be splendid parade nearly two miles in the sole owner nnd proprietor of this length. Every feature of the grent popular and well known establish- exhibition will be represented in this ment. The patrons of this splendid truly remarkable pageant which loavfirm will learn with regret that Mrs. es the grounds nt 10:3(1 A. M. Joseph Is to retire from husiness, This season finds the Sparks Circus after giving so many years of her nearly doubled In size nnd among the ) Field Seeds. Feed of all Kinds. 7-- C Use Fertiliser PLANTERS, CULTIVATORS. I 1 Best for Tobacco Land and Beds. Makes the Lear Brighter, Matures the Crop Earlier, Increases the Yield. half 300 to 400 pounds to the acre-o- ne drilled in along the rows and balance Conn "LIVE Brothers. FOLKS." LET 11111 11 F s The Central Record Flower Seed Free. DENTAL X-RA- Si' Tire JOHN SHELL Y A O Stanley has recently office a lot of choicr flower teed which tan be hail for the asking. lA'l.c pleas fake notice F. rator t tns What Infection of Teeth The Truth About tucky's "Oldest Man." SERVICE M. S. Hattield D. D. S. I For Up-To-Da- te i Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, j i With Keeping The FOR SALE. On I am of mult, four and fiva yart old. On, good driving mart, nine years old, sound, S X 9 young rooltrrl. brooder coopi, Single Comb Ilrown Lag hoi it Ergs. Somr Scvaral Will richans any of th above for Catllv, Hogs ot J J J J J 2 Repairing, Painting and all kindsof Tin Work SEB OH PHONE few-day- liondt. ERI.E C FARRA, llox 173. I.aniater, K. S P.B.Williams&Co l.arcn.trr, Ky Qu ck m Service and (iood Wolk d HEADQUARTERS FOR I Easter Market Campaign That Contagious oj ' A larger and more complete line of per-vnd- es BUGGIES than we have ever had. ARNOLD Solid Leather Top Buggies, Knight Dead. j LUTH Solid Leather Top Buggies. PHOENIX and HEREVLEES Buggies, Harness, Storm Fronts, Whips, etc. 1 rail HASELDEN BROS. ISM i 1 Lancaster, Ky. 4.8-7t-p- WLiS3!I'W Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, April 8, 920 1 1 A VOTE OF THANKS We wish to thank all for the liberal patronage granted us for many years past. Mrs. Joseph's one half interest in the JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY, has been purchased by A. D. Joseph who will continue to run the business, endeavoring to give you the same good service and courteous treatment which has been our custom in the past, and your patronage is earnestly solicited. The Joseph Mercantile Company HOUSE OF QUALITY. THE ONE PRICE STORE. Mim Katie llarnvs Dickerson Sal unlay in Danville. E X: STILL TRIMMING OUR PRICES-NO- T OUR CUSTOMERS POST-OFFIC- siei: BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. We will Sell you Riding Oliver plow at $62.50, Oliver Disc Harrow at $55.00, Oliver Walking Plow At $18 nnd $20. Oliver Cultivator nt $55.00, John Deere Cultivator nt $55.00, John Deere Harrow nt $55.00, John Deere Mower nt $72.50. Collars, Hnmci, Breeching, Check Lines, Buggy Harness, Stoves nnd most anything nt REDUCED PRICES. Pitlcss Scnlcs $95. Garden Seed Four Cents n Package. WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taylor ami daughters were. In Danville stopping Saturday. Mr. A. O. Younc wm Uiu rttiiwi on Saturday and Suwtay of relatives in Stanford. Mr. and Mr. Charlie Thompson are receiving congratulations and best wiohe over the arrival of it dninty titlle girl, who ua born Tuesday. April ittli, at their home on Maple avenue. This little one who came to brighten ami bios this home has been named Jane Perkins. J. R. MOUNT The I Q Deal House. Mrs K. & CO. fGossip About A Brkl )',e guet Mn. i People N?NV? y 1ht MMUi V J. Hrown of Stanford. i of her n, Mr. K. Ptoscott lirown and Mrs. lirown cm Danville aveunc I Ptpkinfn nnd daughter, Gotnji th Ominjt smJ Art Intirtilid In. Miss Margaret, Springs, Sutton, Monday. ('rub Orchard of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Mr. J. C Robimon entertained n Mrs. K. I. Owsley en few friends at dincr on Monday. Danville avenue. Mrs. Hotmail lirown was n visitor Mr. llnrry D. Hire who is farming in Danville recently. this year, spent the near Mrs. Hclle Henderson bus return-n- t week end with hit parents, Mr. nnd ia Mrs. '.. T. like in Richmond. from n visit with roJattvo grand-mothe- Mis Margaret Cook, of Danville, pent the Fatter vacation with her Danville. Mr. nnl Mrs. K. J. liny In nml Utile daughter spent Sunday with frlcnils. F. Dcnman of spent the Fatter holidays Stanford with relative in Lancaster while Mr. Penman k nt Uirhmoml Vn., Mrs. Charles vh-ittn- tr Nich-otnsvill- e, Mm. Walter Centers has heen her sster Mrs. 11. II. ItobtMon st Valley View. .Mr. ami Mr. W. T. Wool arc IpiitttM af Mr. and Mrs. Hubert the Km-W- ry Mrs. Fred Frisbio. Mrs. Harry S. Hudson, Jin. F. II. Mnrkshuiy, Mltte Martha ami Helen Gill were visitor in Harrodtburi: the patt week. Miu Snlhe Taylor, of Lexington, in Loxingtatt. of was the attractive Hatter guett Mary Owsley. They returned Ml Miss Mamie Pearl lirown spent tho school at Loxiagton Mondny. .Mao to Uieir week Mid with Miss Stoitu TmUiojp of Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. Ckty Sutton ontcr-talne- d Lieut, nnd .Mm. Stnugliteu Dr. and Mrs. Robert KinBuird, Sunday nt the Mm, Virgil Klnanird hove bum recent nt nn dcgant dinner home of Mr. ami Mr. II. T. Logan, Ssitsm In Danville. on Lexington nveUHo. Mrs. Arm Hubhl ami daughter, Mioso llsrnico Clmrap. Christine Mtvttiw Matt, have returned frM n Sanders. Mary OwWy, Ruth Carrier fslt to rotative at llwhtevilt. to Mnry Davis have returned nnd Mrs. K. - Owsley has returned Lexington after the Kastir Iwliduys daughter. Mm. W. speu with their parents hero. from u visit to K. Cuek ami Mr. Cook M Davtlh. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Hurdine. . of Fox and I.eganria, Ky., and Mr. nnd Mrs. Clint. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry ttauHlitr, of IVni, Indiana, have boon Hutchinson ami son, Jamos, were the guest of his sliter, Mrs. KtisaUila guets the post week of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph. J. II. Witt, on Danville Street. I- One of the prettiest event of the Little Miss Josephine I'nnoy spent past week, was the dance on SaturFaster with little Miss Viktudn Mc- -, day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hurnoide for their Heath at Hvdeovillo. Mis Johnetta Farra and Mrs. S. II. Kttos. Dsw I.illkn her charming guests. During the ' and ;ofne Hstes sptttt Snaday In evening delirious refreshments was I'arktville with relative. served and the affair wn a mutt enjoyable on. Mr. ami Mr. Iiabert (iriggt spetit SBtay with the tatter's mother, A lovely dinner prty given Mrs. Isabelle Hamm in Mndlsen coun- In honor of Misses Kugcnin and Dorty. othy Dunlnp at the home of their mother, Mrs. Hnllie Dunlap, on Lex.Mr. A. II. Hastin. Mrs. W. M. and Miwes I.ucretiu Skinner nnd ington avenue, Sunday. The table Margaret Klliott hnve been recent wnn decorated with baskets of pink roses nml white tulipv Mrs. Dun- visitors in Danville. lap's irursts numbered about fourMi Mamie Stapp entertained n teen, who enjoyed the six course dinfow friends Frdiuy evenlnn at her ner. pretty suburban home on Lexington The Womnns Club held their weekpike. It wnt n delightful affair. ly meeting Thursday afternoon nt Mint Annie Auttin hns accepted a their rooms on Lexington nvenue. position in the mercantile establish, There wns u good attendance nnd afmerit of J. K. Dickerton and Son, ter the buiine.ik . etsion n social hour and will b pleated to welcome her was enjoyed. An April fool frappe was served nftor numerous friends. which delicious sherbet and cukos was enjoyed. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fdd Daley nnd two W. A. Price. Mrs. Irn Holtzclaw nnd little daughters, and MU.i Mncie ami Mis Mamie Stsrme Dunn were the Mr. N'etT Walton were guests of Mr. hoitessos for the afternoon. and Mrs. I). J. Walton in Richmond Miss Carrie Keid who has served to Saturdny und Sunday. faithfully nnd efficiently ns head Mitsvs .Vornin Hums Montgomery clerk for J. K. Dickcrson und Son for of Ilrynntsville, and Cora C. Hoop several years, hns resigned her posiand Cora Carter, of Cnrtersville, have tion there to accept a more lucrative it turned home after a visit with Mr. one nt Indianapolis Ind., where she and Mr. J. II. Hamilton. will make her home with her sister, White and Mr. .Mrs. Kliznheth Jttph will leave Mrs. William W. shortly to make her home with her White. Miss Keid is one of Lancasdaiitthtur, Mrs. Charles It. Davis, at ter's most competent clerks and is Chnttanoogu Tonn. Ijinonstor friomls exceedingly popular with the trade. Her friends are legion and will learn regret the departure of this mMt with regret that the is to lenve our wemaa. city. She leaves next week to ntsume .Mi l'ortur Hudson will Im aceom-lanl- her new duties. to Cincinnati today by her unThe following announcement has cle. Will Faraau, and Hanks Hudooi who will sue her safer off for been received by friends here: Jr., "Mr. and Mr. Hurton Steele New York, whore she will continuv hvr studies. She will be Met at announce the marriage of their neice Deborah Janet Knmsey Cleveland by ionic of tar fckool-mate- . Krnnd-daughtej tt feats of Hums and Wesley Warner. In "The Kye of the World" one of Classified Column the greatest episodes is the search of the mountain rangers for the kid. naped girl, Sibyl Andres. It is this It RATESi port of the story which supplies the It do 8 horsemen with opportunities to Siriglc insertions lc u word their remarkable feats. Hums is a g No ml taken for less than 20c fine specimen of the typical broncho j In this column. No ads in this twister. He is six feet two inches column charged. high anil weigh 200 pounds. After Seven insertions for the his experience nt Buffalo Hill's ranch he joined the Wild West Show and S price of Ave. traveled all over America and Kuropc w Phone orders must be paid creating senation after sensation M promptly. with his fearlessness nnd daring nets on horsebnek. I V) K FOlt SALE A cut under rubber tire trap in good condition. H. 0. Crutchtlcld at Garrard Mill. Small house for rent. I. P. Thompson. Fresh Itaht rolls nnd bread every day at Hotel Kcngarlan. S. C. Ilhode Island Iteds ExclusiveFOR SALE Extension tublc and ly Inn;e size and a rich dnrk red. Mrs. E. P. lirown. kitchen safe. Good Inyini; strain. Kggs $1.S0 for 40-J- . 15 or 2.50 for 30. I'hone tf Mrs. K. W. Fcrkins, Hryuntsville. to sell to SALESMEN WANTED the consumer. Hig pay. Easy work. tOO barrels FOK SALE About Coy Sanders, Lancaster, Ky. of good white corn. Hy barrel or load. See or call me at my home. FOR SALE: About 20 bushels of Jns. A. Scott Lancaster Ky. Hoone County White seed corn. Stnr Itoute. I'hone 3CHG. It. A. W. Kavanaugh. pd. FOR SALE Wind Mill and pump FARMS FOK SALE If you nre in in good condition. U. A. Dawes. the Market for a good grain o rtobac-c- o Hryantsville, Ky. farm write me. I have them from LOST On Poor Houte Pike. Mar. 40 to 200 acres. Priced from $30 to $200 per acre. Liberal term on 2Cth. u heavy clan hammer. Remost of them. Can nrrance for im- ward if returned to W. M. Anderson. Lancaster, Ky. mediate possersion on some. Warren H. Murray. FOR SALE: Huff Plymouth Rock Connersville, Ind. It. It. 0. eggs for setting. 16 for $1.00. Reference First Nntionnl Hank of Mrs. Mary Doty, Phone 47-Connersville. Hryantsville, Ky. J. hr - Dnnvflto Mossvnger, Mr. und Mrs. it. S. Hrown, who U Messrs William Kinnaird, George know Swiiiebroad, Hudson Frisbie ami Hur-to- hero. Mr. Hrown will no in business. Stnpp have returned to Canter t she bus recover-M- l sufficiently to be Lieut, nnd Mrs. J. M. Stnughton, abh to come to nnd l with College Danville after spending the fcor mother. Mr. Elizabeth Hughes Faster vacation with their parents who spunt the Hnitor holidays with Mrs. II. A. II. Marksbury and Mrs. here. mi Hichmvn I avenue l.ouis IjndrniH. left Momlny fur Camp Cordon, Oeorgin, where the Lleutennnt is stationed. Acy, of Stanford, arc clad to The riiany friends of Mm. J. . have been making thsir homt noar Frankfort, have returned to Lancaster und rented n home in Haolilen Heights. Mr. Hrown nnd family were residents in luinraiter for many years and will be warmly welcomed back n r 5S l Prices Advancing Seed Pntntnes. hmv kind. ner bushel . . S5.00 26 cts Pure Lard by the can, per pound 25 cts Good Coffee, per pound 15 cts No. 3 Can Sweet Potatoes SEED SWEET POTATOES NOW READY. Miss Imo Muir, of llardstewn, Mits Mary Francis Campbell, of I'urit, and Miss I'uugy Martin, of Lexington, Mititouri, uccoinpnnleil Miss Johnetta Farm home front Naiareth College, and spout the Kuiter holidays with her. fj .... (j iti S Sanders Variety Store We Sale For Less. tia evening Miss Katie Dickerton entertained with one of the charming affairs of the Faster season, a dinner purty in honor of Mits Minnie Mae Hobinioti. Tho table was exquisitely appointed with decorations of pink flowers nml pink randies in silver candlesticks. An elegant six course menu was served. Miss Dickerson's guests numbered about twelve, who enjoyed the livening, it being one of the most beautiful society events of the yecr Uarnrt On Friday FOR SALE: A few tons of best timothy hny, a good family marc, S $10,000.00 worth of 44 per cent! years old. J. W. Elmore. Victory Hands, for one of our customers. Will pay $H.0O if delivered FOR SALE: About 10 tons of here before April 10th. $500. Detimothy hay anil 0 tbn, of clover, all preferred. nomination V. A. Lear. baled. Citizens National Hank. 4 Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Uarred Stop Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 per setting of 1 nm now ready to do all kinds of 15. Phone 3S2-Iharness repair. Will also repair 3.25-7- t pd. Mrs. Taylor House, your shoes, bui;gy tops, saddles and Hrown FOR SALE full stock binder canvas and lots of other to Leghorn Egcs, 15 for $1.00. things too numerous to mention. Mr. William O'Neal Hronddus Mrs. Chos. Dillon, Paint Lick, Ky. Now is the time to have this 'work on Wednesday the seventeenth of done while you don't need It. December Work guaranteed to prove satisFOR SALE: Single Comb Rhode one thousand nine hundred nnd nine- factory, if you will stop at Good-ks- e Island Jtcd Eggs for hntching $1.00 teen, nml Walker Hros, nnd leave it in per 15 . S. L. Haird, Chicago. my possutwion. 25-3- t. R. D. 2. Crab Orchard Ky. At Homo after April 1st. Kd Onkes, Ijinrntter, Ky. 148 F.uuenia Street," I have 30 bushels of line teed corn Mr. Hroaddus is the ton af Mr. and for sale at $4. per bushel, 08 ear to Mrs. Cronley llroaddut and the anH. F. Kelley, ibuthel. On SATURDAY, APRIL 17lh ' nouncement of the marriage came ns pd. Lancaster, R. R. 1. quite u surprise to them as well as at three o'clock, P. M., I will sell the WANTED i A tenant of vxper- to the many friends of this popular following proporty of S. D. Rothwe! decented, consisting of one bed lenco to raito tobacco on a Fayette young man. Hryantsttcau, springs ana mattress; some county afnn. Cull 0S-bed clothes, one trunk, one stove, ville exchange. one table, one watch and some other pd. Mattlc Hampton. things. Will want grazing for No one winched the recent brave WANTED Terms cath. struggle of William F. Cody ( Huffalo 26 to SO steer cattle. Will either L. W. McQuerry. Admr. Hill) with the Grim Spectre more R. F. D. 2. Paint Lick Ky. pasture hy the month or rentSi tho Co. grass by the acre. .. T. Rice than Fred Hums, the actor and ex- 4.8-2pert horseman. or nddrots '.. T. Rice, Phone 317-A- , Richmond, Ky. Fir six years Hums had charge of Cody's great stork ranch near Chey. ru,k anutr--i A I IVP WIDE Tn UAKirtt V enne, Wyo., where he "broke" wild KOod " muttuiigs ;for Hutfulo Uill'a great j THE BEST SEmNG TRUCK V"'"' at i ecc r traveling show, and the two men were im ATlipn nunm-iiuv- c nnttir. tmnm fntt friends. 5 Paint Lick, Ky. It. Hums' by the way, did some won TRUCKS. LIBERAL WE II UY, raise, und sell derful horsemanship in "The Eyes of s. rabbit and other the World", Clune's new cinema Address Place your order with us, and which is soon to be shown at J. R. MILLER, Phoenix Hotel, list what ever stock you have with us, ROMANS OPERA HOUSE, on next LEXINGTON, KY. stating lowest tlut price on largo WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14th. shipments, Address 5155I7 N. I. Many of the thrills in this big fea. Glv Territory Dsilrsd. Ave., Fargo, N. I). ture are supplied by the wonderful 2.25-7- Wanted. Here. I. Public Sale. "Eyes Of The World" 1. WANTED Tllltl uintiv innn amcdia T vT V g DIS-COUN- T. n, ani-mat- I r i. M. S. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 8, 1920 TATEM Shows Local Batters Thing or Two About Hurling. Why Have "Spring Fever" Why Worry, rret, ind Gel Nothing Without Moundsman Bor YOUR BLOOD NEEDS STRENGTH row, "nil BUI". Who Twirl. ENING. Three Scor.l.ss Inning, aialnit OfHee ov.r Tito Garrard Bank. Tram-matr.- t Phonss Office 5. Kookla Hat P.opl. Nowadays Take That Wonder Rrsld.nce 370. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Everything! Retires and fully Eff.ctlv. Blood Tonic, Prpto. Colonel. Win Gam. Manfan Your Druggist Ha, It. ttr SAm II. MeMEEKIN. Iteally. Isn't it foolish to be hand! Sporting Editor The Courier-Journacapped for weeks In the Spring. Just Exclusive I MIUHl V At. A Mnri-l- i "1 because your blood is sluggish? 0)tOnietriSt.'Thiro will be rejoicing In Gnrrnrd The glorious Spring days! You County when news of ndvent into ought to enjoy them, Instead of feel DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. fast company oT Hill Tntum, late of Ing unhappy and half nsleep Just Opposite Gilcher Hotel. I'nlnt Lick, permeates to the head, too tired out for anything. You Office Hour. 8 to 12 and 1 to 3 p.m. waters of Smoky Creek. The strong ought to be finding new vigor for pep, right arm of husky Kentucky youth your work In the apnng mr featured the game nt Monroe I'nrk enthusiasm, happiness! Hut you can't brcnuse your blood thik afternoon In which Louisville de Is clogged with poisons. Fur long Mobile by score of 7 to .1. feated Years ago Hill Tntum could throw months it has had too little fresh FUNERAL DIRECTOR n wnlnut harder mid truer than any air and has fought off many germs. g Office Over National Hank. properboy that nttended the little school And it now has Residence l'hone 3. Office Phone. 27 near (.nncnttcr, and when he began ties that are not needed in warm to play ball nobody disputed Hill's weather. LANCASTER". KY. Don't work under n handicap, right to be pitcher. When he grew manhood nnd became n member when it isn't ncecaary at nil. Clear into of a regular team Hill rcnlized that up your sluggish blood. Give It speed alone would not save him from help. Got imio of tknt famous the lustily wielded bats of opposing bleod purifier and tonic, Pcpte-.Mnn- Mobil HATFIELD DENTIST Don., Juit Hrraui. Your Illood Is Sluggl.r.7 As sure as you are a foot high you will like this Camel Turkish and Domestic itiflsH J.J.Byrne l. J. A. Beazlev hcat-makln- never got such as Camels hand you. Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice cigarette-contentment B5iiKl'JiSlkBSSm 'fir ' ' . SmBS ISsSSBVI y&&jtjBaM '?ft ' " ' m""t r or m H. J. PATRICK, LipV. nine. gun. Domestic Tobaccos make this possible-a- nd make you prefer this Camel blend to either goodness raiTPjnCn ( J HKYNOI.DS TJ1IACCO CO. Paint Kentucky Or. Prinius can, Answered Night. I.ANC.STIM. 1 Walker VETERINARIAN. I'romptly Uay or Phon. 317. KENTUCKY Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 m LUM mm4 WHITE VILLI, KY. 4 CO. Literal aaaartmaat full valita mM .FURS MMao at IkJaa aa) The undersigned hereby give warn, tag to all persons not to trespass upon tur lands for any purpose whatever lwe will proiecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunt ers and fishermen especially take notice. , Mrs. Cora Phillips, It. L. Elkln, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Ilackley, Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. D. Price. S. C. Klgsby. D. M. Anderson-It- . L. Darker B. L. Kelley. J. C. Klgsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, POSTED x Thompson and Tracy Giving In Service. "Every woman, ml every man. for that mutter, should do something to Justify her or his existence. UiiImi woman give its much ns she take In scrvlco khe In a liability, ami not to (ho community." Dr. ii n asset Either LoveJoy. 11 perfect himself as n pitcher with no opportunity for expert information ' It was a tedious task, but Hill stuck jto it. He learned to throw curve, round house ones, at first, but final ly they began to break and shoot ut his will. (lis process was almost un canny in the country region and with his ambition fired by accounts of pitching feats in the big leagues. In a game Hill worked the harder. last year he struck out twenty-tw- o batsmen, nnd attracted the attention of the Louisville club. Hill was signed up and came South with the Colonels a week ago. Dill Wat N.rvous. When the Colonels worked out their first day nt Monroe Park Hill was a little nervous, he stepped on his own foot at the slab and his ctTorts at throwing were so awkward that he was counted ns hopeless. "Did you sec that Hig Boy todayt" One of the players asked that evening. "Wasn't he awful? Who In the world hung him on the club?" Nobody disputed this Judgment. Hut the second day Hill looked a little better, although he showed noth ing to convince his team mates that he was a real pitcher, the third day he began to gain consideration and before the week was over Hill was recognized as quite a possibility. His arm had loosened and he cut loose with steam that had the batters in practice backing away from the plate. Hut Hill had not put to a severe test. So when Manager Coleman from Mobile asked Manager McCarthy to lend him u pitcher for today's game Tntum went to slab for the Gulls against his teammates. He batfcled 'em from the outset and the two hits he yielded during th three Innings he worked were of the scratchiest variety. One was a grounder to second in the first inning, after an error had failed to retire the side. The other was n puny roller down the third base line that Hill didn't field Hut he will know better next time and it won't go for a hit. Bill Had Ev.rythlng. today. He everything uses an underarm delivery that crossfires over the plate and his repertoire of curves nnd shoots seems sufficient He looked good for any occasion. enough for Mnnuger Coleman to seek his release from the Colonels, but although he needs reasoning, it is hardly likely that Manngcr McCarthy will pass him up at this time, While Hill was toiling ut the slab for Mobile, Frank Graham was ha v. iug his trouble with the Gulls. Two runs were gleaned off him and Tatum retired with the score standing 2 to 0 in favor of his side. Hut with his departure ut the end of the third inning the Colonels came into their own. He-ha- I I rrom that time on he began to I'epto-Munga- n hi uswl by physi cian everywhere. Yni can buy it at any drug store In either liquid or tablet form, Jtsst sm jreu prefer. There's no difference ih 'medicinal value. Make certain that yuu get the gen Ask for "Gud uine " ami see that c's" the name "Gude's" is on the package, Advertisement Pepto-Mangun. "Pepto-Mangan,- kindoftobaccosmokedstraight! Camels mellow-mildne- ss is a revelation! Smoke them with freedom without tiring your taste! They leave no. unpleasant ciga-retaftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor ! ty One of the most Important things any one can do this year is to live within his income and salt away n bit of it in War Savings Stamps for safe keeping. COUN'TKY districts are becoming weary or the alarming crime waves that are sweeping the big cities. It creates n strong suspicion in the minds of the public that there is a state of collusion between the authorities nnd the criminal element which is anything but pleasant to contemplate, nnd has a tendency to destroy the respect in which the rural popu lation has been reared to hold law and order and constituted authority. When noted gunmen nnd crooks can defy all InWnnd decency for years and keep out of Jail there is only one conclusion to which the public can come that the prosecutors dare not prosecute nnd courts dare not convict. This condition is a stench to all law and order loving people, and one which would never be tolerated in any second rate country town or village. Give Camels every test then compare them ff with any cigarette in the world puff-for-pu- .1BBBBBBBBBBBBBI .asjsj i IKIt, 'i 1 s S N, ! JtBBBBBBBBsl ' tV Monarchists of Germany yearn might!) for an opportunity to place some one of the old regime on the now vacant throne, but they will hardly succeed. There may, be civil strife for n time as in the recent flareup, but the people have had n taste of ruiling themselves and are In no mind to let go of the reins. The tnnlled fist of kaisrrdom no longer appeals to them. If you ever expect to get ahead, No the time to commence one ever did anything tomorrow Make up your mind that you are going to own a 1100 or $1,000 Itegis-trre- d Treasury Saving Certificate this year and get it! now's Feci that New Year's resolution cracking a little bit under the strain? Better bolster it up by putting some spare cash in a War Samgs Stamp or two today ECZEMA Mihnut tvm lonif ajni'5 rilifntbf Irrattisrntbf F trmt, Teitft, KrttwTn, Itch. tr DoaVl bren dutmif W CBitft othrr Irralmvais fihr. drrds (J sucii TODAY The freedom of the press should be unfrttrred, but common decency should prevent the parading of nauseating details day after day, as was done by a Chicago newspaper which printed the dairy of a woman who killed her paramour and herself. General Wood started from one town to another on a handcar the other day, but the Lord blew up a storm and chased him back. The general, we presume, would term it "executing a masterly withdrawal in pursuance of previous plans." L Z1 After you ett always tak HOMEY BACK FATONIC Mlffcs Vol mi lMUatWnMvveMliWtsMmSW-- ! Gassy Faeakag. Stop) food axxirinf. repeating, aad all atomtwh mUerlaa. Hill lnial.a .ai Willi Kaa staaaatb sat a.tiaM. latfaanTHakaaaliSa. KATOKfCU tkabM raaMSW. Tm. af tkaa. mm I In f .III J arttfmU-rtt- t -- MMlaSaU brtliTfl huM csYoucti t 9 om our Htmn? Mmth t4 CrMfa Trr ll mu lUk Ptkorteal ! a ln.f 1 taaaaH. naMil STORM ES DRUG STORE, R. E. McROBERTS. Laaca.i.r, Ky. Dodge Brothers 'ft i I BUSINESS CAR I The car Is so light, so certain in Its performance and so free frem ne- All Baking Cares troubles take quick leave. You :o riiiht When CALUMET comes in. nili DaKiwr Shoulders cessity of repair, that the saving in delivery is actual and real. ahead and mix up baking materials, for biscuits cakes anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you fot&t failure. KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. I Southern Optical Co. I Incorporated Manufacturer of Perfect-FittinSPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES KryptsAi ArtificUl Ejet Invisible IMocal Lena 4th A Chtabtut Ste, LOUISVILLE, KY. For many years this country has been flooded with fake or shady concerns In which stock has been sold to u gullible public, generally to the small investor who can ill afford to lose his savings. Since the supreme court has ruled that Incomes from stocks are not subject to taxation it is possible that many more of these fakes will spring Into existence, on the theory that the public will rush to place its surplus funds in stocks .If this be the case the people of our community should apply the ncld test to any stock certificate offered them before parting with a dollar of their hard earned money. The fakir is a man with a smooth tongue, and he knows only too well how to use it BAKING POWDER Ulh routt CALUMET iui ttttni inulta. It has In. bid-Jtmeml Ucium it It tha mart ttmLiU. ThefKt that It ll IM U. Mm mi irr nroTra in ii IB inc ira. toulhat Alibi will cuovlnre iHiyacsif IhriaL non JuUaiKxxJ. iltou aou u ai noc aaiunru Krt your nwntjr back, on)? such inr- Calumet contain appruvm difni. as tiara UftcuUy l.y ih. U S. ruud motbrberauMltwitiva J. in a. Tm mm k rM Tm hii Ua M bm a. ir HIGHEST QUALITY HIGHEST AWARDS Th Cantra. Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday April 8. 1920 SPRING IS HERE BUT ARE YOU READY TO PARTAKE OF PLEASURES OFFERED? SYNOPSIS EDUCATIONAL LAWS To authorize establishment and maintenance by counties of free pub-li- e libraries. Representative Myers- To authorize establishment and maintenance by cities of free public libraries. Senator Antle- To amend State Commission Law. Miscellaneous. Representative Barnes- To rcquiro high school education of applicants for license as register, ed pharmacists. Representative Gcvedcn- To provide for redisricting school districts. Representative Wash- To allow State Superintendent of Education appropriation of $11,000 for clerk hire. Senator Antle- To authorize consolidated school districts to Issue building bond. Senator Antle- To provide for the inspection of vocational schools. Senator I! right-T- o provide for erection of Independent consolidated high school districts. Senator Bright- To fix qualifications for graded school trustees. Senator Brock- To require half hour instruction weekly in the Public Schools in the humane treatment of animals. Representative McLaughlin- To provide for the teaching of Thrift in the Public School. Senator Hall- To prescribe method of levying and collecting tax in special charter school districts. Representative Wath- To provide for inspection of Pub- 4 THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford O.-- Ton Truck ii serving business just as faithfully and economically as docs the .s Enacted By the KentucTrutona Is Daily Winning Unstinted Praise ky Legislature 1920. Reorganisation of Rural Schools. From Hundreds For Overcoming Tired, Trumbo Senator Draggy Feeling so PreCounty To creato n School Hoard of Ave members, electvalent During the Coming Season ed from the county at large, with 'No-Account' n au- thority, to establish districts, Ford Touring Car serve all the people faithfully point County Superintendents and and economically. The Ford Truck is a necesteacher, fixing minimum school rates at 25 cts. and minimum salary for sity to the grocer both in delivering goods and County Superintendent of $1200.00. in bringing goods from the stations, docks and answer and admittedly "it all deThis is one of the most important from the country. It a c.n ideal motor car school laws ever enacted in Kentucky, pend" It all depend upon whether Itccausc there isn't a vant of the farmer or your tyitem hat withstood faithfully administered will do or not and If business man that it docrt supply in the way the rural much to revolutionize the exacting liege of winter that schools of the State. of quick transportation at a minimum expense. leaves In Its wake to many many thousand of people with completeCome in, examine th Truck, and let us talk Taachars SalarUs. n systems. ly over the subject. Representative Trumbo- In fact, conspicuously In the minTo establish minimum salary of ority are those who hnve complete75.00 per month for public school ly avoided the ravages of winter malteachers. adies. True, there are thousands This is more than double the miniwho were successful in warding mum salary in many of the counties. off attacks of influenta and still more All cities have made provision for inthousands who escaped pneumonia, creasing salaries also. but WHO IS THERE THAT DID School Survey. AT LEAST NOT EXPERIENCE Senator Morris- ONK HEAVY VV1NTKR COLD DUR-INTo provide for an educational surTHE PAST SEASON? Kemcm. vey of the schools of the State, apher, only second in severity to pneupropriating $10,000,00. Thlt survey monia and influenza, I Die heavy, exit to be made by winter cough or cold. perts, nnd is to Include educational Like pneumonia and influenta, institutions of the State supported winter coughs and cold tend to weakwholly, or in part, by public funds. en and materially affect almost every Constitutional Admendmsnts. vital organ of the body. People who Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Sanders and six months nnd the purchaser will be r have suffered a heavy winter cough, Harlan Representative daughters, Lucille and Hope, spent required to execute bond with apyet feel that their systems have escapSunday in Madison county with rel- proved security for the purchase price To amend the Constitution so the due in six months, and bearing stx weather, are appointed the strain of winter atives. State Superintendent may be per cent interest from date until sadly mistaken. If they could gratp ed Instead of elected, and if elected Mr. Tom Welch of Nicholasville paid, having the force and effect of the facts, they would not wonder why may succeeed himself. At present came over Wednesday to sec Mr. Sale a Judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Brown, the State Superintendent cannot sucHurt who has been suffering with Master Commissioner of the Garrard ceed himself, no difference how ef- lic Schools. rheumatish. Circuit Court, and a lien will be reLancaster. BRYANTSVILLK ficient he may be. Senator Carter- Mrs. Mollic Urown of Lancaster served upon the property sold until Mrs. Floyd Curtis, Misses Eliza ltcpreientative McLaughlin-Senato- r To empower trustees of graded and Miss Ruth Ray of Pearson Illin- the purchase money it paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Little Katherine Sallee hai been Iton and Allene Curtis and Russell Bright- school districts to condemn land. ois, were here last week at the bedside J. E. Robinson, Attorney for Plfft. on the sick list. Curtis were in Nicholasville shopping To amend the Constitution so that ! Representative Woth- Copt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. of Mr. Mike Ray. Mesdames J. C. Williams and Leslie Saturday. ten per cent of the school fund may I To prescribe method of appoint The Robbers have been robbing Ilruner were in Danville shopping on Dr. and Mrs. I!. II. Montgomery be distributed otherwise than on per ing trustees of Kentucky Normal and the Hanks in Kentucky. Are you goCOMMISSIONER'S Tuesday. and little daughter of I'aint Lick were capita basis. Among counties and Industrial Institute. ing to let the merchant rob you? I Messrs N. T. Grow and II. II. Hal. the guests of their parent. Mr. and cities, will enable the weaker councan save you money on any thing ties to receive special assistance, pro- Senator Harlin- comb were in Lexington Wednesday Mrs. J. W. llryant. SALE OF LAND country store. To give free scholarships In the found in an vided they levy a special local tax. on business. Thomas S. Pierntt. Miss Hettie J. Scott has resigned This will be used to stimulate effort State University and State Normals GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ilrogli wens Mrs. Sarah Casey aged about 03 to soldier and sailors returned after teaching several months in the the guests Monday of Mr, and Mrs. school here. Miss Scott has won and equalize opportunity. years died Thursday evening April 1, Alex Layton, Committee of from the World War. Certification of Teachers. James Fraxee. Plaintiff. 1920, at the Danville Hospital. She Nancy Adkinion, many friends during her stay here. Representative Morgan-BudgSenator Moss-T- o Mr. W. C. Hose returned home FriVS. is survived by nine children and sevbill makes increased apMr, and Mrs. G. A. Howling enterprovide that teachers' examiday after spedning stvcral weeks In Deft. Before her Nancy Adkinton, et al, eral tained a number of guests at dinner nation shall be conducted and papers propriation for the various education- marriage she was Miss Agee. Her Owsley county. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered Sunday. Those present were Mr. and tent to State Deportment of Educa- al institutions. Lberal appropriations husband, Mr. Trave Casey preceded at the March Term, 1920, the underMisses Maymo Ballard and Mary Mrs. David pubKankln Jr., and Rev. G. S. tion; requiring high school education were made for the State University, her to the grave a few" years ago. signed Commissioner will sell at in Danville SatBelle Haleomb were lic auction before Consnt and family. and normal training as qualification the State Normal Schools and Indus- Funeral services were held at the Door in Lancaster, the Court House urday shopping. Kentucky, at 11 trial Institute and other State EduMr. and Mrs. Martin Urogli enter- for teacher. Baptist church Friday morning at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on Mr D. I'. Swope and family of Lancational Institutions. MONDAY, APRIL 26th. 1920. This law simplifies the system of o'clock. Interment in the cemetery caster, were Sunday guests of Mr. tained a number at dinner recently. the real estate mentioned in the here. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Liih certification and raises the standard. Will Swope and family. pleadings nnd described as follow: BUCKEYE Forber of McCreary and Mrs. Rosa Compulsory School Attendance. In Garrard County, Kentucky, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fain are redaughter. Sherrow and bounded as follows: Senator Antle- ceiving congratulation over the arMr. Claude Sparks' family have COMMISSIONER'S Beginning at a stake in the Road To provide for appointment of measles. leading from Hyattavillo and Kirka-vill- e rival of a tittle daughter. The bright star of hope shines School Attendance Officer and make Turnpike to Spoonville, corner Mr. Tom Morford spent a few days Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and SALE OF LAND to George Adkinson; thence his line steadily before ui all, but we never attendance at school compulsory up family spent Sunday with Mr, U L. N 88 Vi W 10.6 poles to a locust in a eyes to age of sixteen, unless youth has last week in Detroit Mich. ee It so long a we keep our GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Cunningham in Hairodtburg. Mr. A. C. Miles spent Tuesday and drain; thence down same, with meanglued to the ground. finished the eighth grade. Under ders, S 67 W 15 poles to a take in Wednesday in Nicholasville. Misa Jane Howling of K. C. W. certain conditions youths, between Bettie Robinson, et al, said drain, N 82 W W 42.7 poles to a Danville spent tha week end with her MUs Virgic Watt of Nicholasville "No rest for the wicked in this fourteen and sixteen may go to W 23 H poles to stake; thence S 5 On Petition. Howling. town," truthfully exefaimed a lead- work. parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. is vititing Mr. S. N. Morford. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered a stake in said Adkinson's line one A new Switchboard was Installed ing citizen as he tore off his coat, This is one of the best attendance Misa Verna Ray visited her grand- at the March Term, 1920, the under- half a pole North of a locust pointer, a new corner; thence a new line S last week by Mr. David Legg of Dan- rolled up his sleeves and feverishly law in any state in the Union. mother In Madison the first of the signed Commissioner will sell at pub- 89 H E SOU poles to a stake In the lic auction before the Court House ville, assisted by Mr. Sam Montgom- plunged into the work of the day. Representative Roth-- " week. Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 middle of aforesaid road, a new corery. ner; thence with said road N 8 E And yet if we were to call him a wickTo require evidence as to age and o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on Mr. and Mrs. Edd Dalley 17 H poles to the beginning, containMiss Lettie Hroadus and Matter ed old sinner in these columns he physical fitness for youths fourteen MONDAY, APRIL 26th, 1920, visited in Richmond Saturday and ing 9U acres. Walker Droadus spent the week end would be right after us with a pop- to sixteen years old to receive per- Sunday. in the the real estate mentioned The purpose of tho sale is that the mit to work. with Mr. and Mrs. Will Broadus of gun. Mr. Mike Ray died Sunday night pleadings and described as follows: proceeds be invested in other properIn Garrard County Kentucky, on ty, for the maintenances and support Physical Education. at 11:35 o'clock and was buried here the waters of Sleets Branch and con- of Nancy Adkinson. Rey- Tuesday. Senator tains 10 H acres, and is the same land TERMS. noldsThe sale will be made on a credit Giv Const cratedDoUars Rev. D. F. Sebastian will preach conveyed to Arthur Robinson by Bob To provide for physical education Saturday P. M. at 3 o'clock, and Sun- Naylor, by deed dated November 25, of six months nnd the purchaser will 1907, recorded in the Garrard Coun- be required to execute bond with apas n part of n school course in all day at 11 A. M. ty Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. proved security for the purchase This law the schoob of the State. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Burdette 29, page 025, and bounded as fol- price, due in six months, and bearing provides that the State University six per cent interest from date, until were guests of relatives on Poor-ridg- e lows: Bounded on the Eastby the lands paid, having tho force and effect of and all State Normal Schools shall tke ckurck studs Saturday and Sunday. of the late E. Dunn; on the South by a Judgment upon which execution provide courses in Physical EducaMr. and Mrs. W. E. Whlttaker of Wesley Bourne; on the West by Wm. may istuo payable to W. II. Brown. luck of civilization tion, and after July 1st, 1021, all Pollard; on the North by Sleets Master Commissioner of the Garrard graduates from teacher courses in Spoonville were guests of Mr. and Branch and the County Road. Circuit Court, and n lien will be re. Herbert Whlttaker Sunday. The purpose of the sale is to di served upon the property sold until Presbyterian those Institutions shall have com- Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and vide the proceeds thereor among the the purchase money is paid. pleted one or inoro courses In Phyhas always W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. son of Crab Orchard were guests on Joint owners of same. sical Education. forward in evangeliun been TERMS. R. II. Tomllnson, Att'y for PUT. Sunday of Mr. Hiram Ray and family. Tho sale will be made on a credit of Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. Relating to City School. and social service. It seeks Senator Monroe- fo turn men to God and to To allow Schools' Hoards in first uplift life in every communand second clots cities to tlx the sality it touches. 4 ary' of n supervisor of attendance. Teaching and j etching amid the snow of tha Representative Yatcll- Arctic and the jungles of Africa school To provide for Tending the sick on five coalicroti a colon! boards in fourth-clas- s cities and fixing maximum levy of $1.50 for school Samttttta numsterini to suffering humanity in regions, where the only hosptttU ate purpocs. To authorize city bond issue of $1,000,000.00 for University of Louisville. Teaching India's milkxil la impound their waters against coming drought, showing Brtzil how to plow Representative Cruse- its land, and combtttng Boithevua n the mine, To provide for a We will offer qui- Auto lumber camp, and congested areas of cities Hoard of Education in third-clas- s helping to cities, fix maximum tax rate for Tht it how the PretbyterUa Church it only. 30 is to old make a better world. school at $1.00 and provides for bond issues. to wind up its possible. Representative Gablin- To provide for maximum $1.25 Come cent tax rate In graded school districts. Representative McLellen- To fix minimum school tax at thirty six cents In Louisville. Representative Roth- Er Msvcrnvnt To authorize city tax of five cents In Louisville for the benefit of the & SHELLEY, Danville, Ky. University of Louisville. .n the U.S. A Libraries. wjthliUrtMrWKli MavtMntt CooasratlKj Keprettntative Myers- ap- Doc the coming of Spring with nil lU pleasures mean anything to YOUT "That all depends," may be your run-dow- G they feel so tired, slugglih, lifeless and generally when they know they should be full'of 'pep and vitality, in perfect harmony with the Invigorating breezes and sunshiny weather of Spring. Thousand of people are now taking Trutona, the Perfect Tonic, to overcome this weakened physical condition so prevalent at the close of winter and hundred of public statements now being made daily, prove that none hni been disappointed in Trutona as a reconstructive agency, system purifier and body InviKornnt. Trutona does its work quickly. It speedily attacks the impurities in the blood that might, if left alone bring serious reiults. It rebuilds broken down tissues, strengthen the nerve rentcn and produce proper disgestlon and assimilation of food, at the same time throwing off any decayed matter that may have In short , Trutona accumulated. thoroughly and effecicntly tones up ever' organ of the body and gives to your physical being the vigor and vitality, which nlone can place within your reach the many pleasures which Spring offer to the healthy man and woman. Trutona it sold in Lancaster, at Mcltobcrts Drug Store. nd. out-of-fi- Haselden Bros Garage. nt I Mason-Senato- et grand-childre- and-famil- y At Home or Abroad THE n DISSOLUTION SALE price for First entire stock of Tires at days This enable the affairs as soon as First Served. church-auktaiaed- -- n Prfbytrian Nw Danville Motor Company. LIPPS Proprietors. Church F The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 8, 1920. IHMH Bargains In Buggies WAGONS Run Lighter Last Longer. HARNESS. , The Best That Money Can Buy. House Paints The best on the market t ' Wire Fence is the kind When put up stays up. KOKOMO and at prices that meke you buy. will TURNING PLOWS, That Run Right and are Guaranteed. Linseed Oil. Not Composition & Metal Roofing Steel and Galvanized. Has no sand holes and is easy to put on. We have a few BUGGIES that must be sold. The best material that money can buy is used in them. Every one made to you need a buggy. Cotton Seed, but the purest of Linseed Oils. orderbuy one now if W. (Harry el. ROMANS, Lancaster Kentucky. WUCJMItWMMeiMIWUHMWMtHMMWIIMIMm Littrell were calling on friends in Mr Sid Doolin and son made a busMadison Saturday. iness trip to Lexington Friday. Mr. Jnnirs Littrell still continues Mist Hallie Murphy was the dinMr Humlette Jennings nnd family very ill ut this writing. ner guest of her aunt, Mrs. Andrew were In Nteholnsvillc Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. were In Simpson Wednesday. Miss llktnvhe Speake of Lexington town Saturday snapping. Master Meldrn Sltnpnon spent the is visiting her parents fer n days. Mrs. Osce Whittaker was the guest week end with hi cousin- Harold It, Mr. Sam SpeoVe and daughter, Ida, Wednesday ef Mrs. Robert Whit- Onstott of Shelby City. were in Ijineatter and Nicaelasville taker. Mrs. Ilellc Simpson had the misVirginia I. Simpson spent Satur- fortune to fall from n horse one tiny Saturday. day and Suntkiy with friend in Lan- this week injuring hrr fatally. Mr. Ckarlie Hughes heught n tterse caster. Mary A. Sunders and daughter of Mr. Crank tM weeJc purchasing (Mr. Mesdame HalUe Cetten and Praefcie Mae, were the dinner guests nrtee Mng f 1 10. Amentia Clause were callers at Loyd f Mn. Hell Slmpsen, Sunday. Miss Hernie MettHaery is at Friday Mm. James Senders ami dauaMvr besae after a few say rtstt wHm her Mrs. Abe ilurtan was the week end Jamen Cfcarlette were the r. afteretn sister. Mrs. J. 11. IIsasiKea near KMest of her wether Mrs. Layten of ffutsis ef Mrs. Cloo J. I!y FrWay. Maitteon. Mrs. Ktla Owetett Mr. and Mrs. Ott and sen Mentgnery Mr. Dlllard Littrell has returned Ilernhl II., ef Shelby City wore tje and attractive Itttte daughter. Marhome after n three months stay in guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Dlllnr.i Simp- guerite K. spent Sunday with Mr. and Lexington. son Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. F. W. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vnught have Mr. Charlie Hughes and little DOUKNE. moved from Lancaster to Mr. Abe dBUgh4er Mary Ethel and his mother. Burton's farm. MrSid Doohn was in Danville spent the ueek end at Valley View Messrs Eddie Simpson and Dillard Saturday shopping. jwith Mr and Mrs Juhn Hughes - INNIIMNIMMIIIIIHMMIHIHJtKVIKteiNIIMCHIMtlMIHtlNIIHI Some of the Presidents I Have Seen. held the next day and as n result Mr. Carlisle denied the interview nnd said he would redeem paper only money in cold. This forced the issue for the d monitiintion of silver at the ratio of 1(1 to 1. The Silver Democrats con trolled the Chicago convention nnd nominated W. J. Ilrynti. For thb first time the Democratic party repudiated its own administration at Washington; Ilrynn camo nearly being elected in spite of a divided party and Cleveland retired from the White House n very unpopular man. He was, however, a very great man with unquestioned integrity and great deHe- - lacked tact or he termination. might have handled tho situation bet ter nnd saved his party from a split 1 ut.... i i.i... i i. uc "c, "ns " ii,rac ,ort a man stooJ b h" C0,V v.cttons. n good Sherman and duck hunter "j" his two ' terms of office marked him as one of the ablest Presidents. .Mr, nnd Mrs. Morris Ross nnd .Mrs. Mary Ijiyton spent Friday with Mr. coy Summer In Eiiznbothtown News.) Nearly every Democrat within a thousand miles of Washington saw G rover Cleveland, the first Democrayears. tic President for twenty-eigh- t He was n "buster" and probably the only President with n double chin. He was decidedly embonpoint. I never saw n big man who carried his flesh better, for he walked without waddling and was exceedingly active for a man of his size. He had an open daughter Anna Mae, were the guests countenance and while he was a man of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Andenon, of humor, loved n joke and liked to Sunday. tell one, he was at times very stern Misseti Steftn Rom and Gladys and and positive. He did not have that Mablc Chance spent Sunday with heavy lower Jaw for nothing. His Misses Stella and Virginia Moore rn.mi rniin.i him "T, sinv,t near Ilncklcy. Prophet." There is one thing certain, , .Mr .and Mrs. hrnie Molcnr ami twu if ho was stutTcd it was principally little children spent Saturday night with brains. ami Sunday with his parents Mr. ami Cleveland was n bachelor when he Mrs. Mosc Mclear. wax elected President and he suc ceeded Arthur in tho White House, I WOLF TRAIL. who was also n bachelor. This never' BftCK Mrs. Mose Ibiy visited Mrs. Jatte' occurrod before in tho history of the llboul qantwalf Hum', S.I, . l.'l. In tht imimfaftl tUrna. I rnd reeently. country. .vim ttr.jTK fmwnn iic&ric Uum f Mrs. Jebn Dei ley spent the afterlib election grew out of the divis. ' i)'w,td bmin) oMfr lic.liurat. ftikU Hunt ,S-l- i, ion among Republican into two fnc-- ; noon with Mrs. Mese Ray Tuesday, hit icliort huadifj. ef m wit tions, one headed by Conkling and V" Y." Mr. ami Mrs. Walter Casey visited C X7.n.r BtrU Cu.'anfr,. Tf, the other by Blaine. After being deItctewrtkkTOOAY. I'ik.Tj,. Mr. and Mrs, CarfMoberley recent).. & Vet M Istill tjr feated for the Republican 'nominaMr. HarVo Price was with Mr. and STORMES DRUG STORE. tion for President twice, James Ci. Mrs. Irvin Simpson for the week end. Blaine was nominated in 1884. The NINA. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard visited race between him and Cleveland narMr and Mrs Horh Moberley recently. rowed down to less than a thousand Mfcm Iietete Baker spent Suhmsey Mrs. Frank Ijtnd ami sons and Mi-- s votes In th State of New York and niht with Miss Stella Rets. Iaec Land spent K&ster with friends. the, election was turnod in favor of Mrs. Klisn Conn of Cnrtcrsvllle is Cleveland by on incident in Now visiting her daughter, Mrs J. B. Whit-teMisses Iillian and Steiia D. Dsiiey York City about three woeks before ware visitors of Mise Ilert Da iky tho election. Tuesday. , Mrs. Willie Prathor and Mrs. J. T. A number of preachers by agree- -' Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Moberley spini Prather spent Thursday with Mrs. J. went called on Mr. Maine at one of KrWny nit?ht whh Mr. and Mrs. W. T K. Whittod. the boloh, and the Rev. Mr. Durebanr Mebarloy. Mr. and Mm. Dojle OphefleW spent wat put forward to speak for hi minMr. and Mrs. Allen Teeter and isterial brethren. In the course of Sunday with tier paronU, a number ef relatives .u tint- Mrs. Sam Prnther. his remarks he said Ute Democratic j rer .Sunday. Misses Cera FJctcher of Lowell party wna the "Party of Rum, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cotton and chiland Rebellion." Thta turn- spent Saturday with her sister. Mrs. dren made n recent vieit in Madison ed to Cleveland thousands of the li- Clayton Anderson. lltW relntivea. quor people, many more thousands of Mrs. Hveratte Crow spent the day Catholics and actually changed Saturday with her parents Mr and enough in New York City to Mrs.' One Rett. defeat Blaise ami elect Cleveland. During Cleveland's first term he Mr. and Mrs. WtHtert DatWy and I had a terrible firt with the reactionn were xueaM ef Mr. and Mrs. Powary Democrats in theSennte on the. ell Dailey Sunday. tariff question and the bill Anally litre la a saeesego to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Carmon y nt i sulferiag voatia, trcta pa&iml on thb question was so unsai- ii days test week with Mr. and aim W. T. Price, of u factory to the President that he alMrs. Andrew Stetta. luUlc, Ky.: -- I lowed it to become a law without his with Lanfnl...", Mr. and Mrs. alose Ray and nr Im write. 'I ctrt UoWi signature. In 1888 he was defeated spent the day Saattar' with Mryd with a vt akaeas In my by Denjemin Harrison for bar Mrs. Xndtt Stotts. sx4 Ujtln..t nnd then in turn he defeated Harrifelt bel.lv. sad Mr. and Msr. W. T. Moberl! were son in ISUJJ. Ills second election was .I b.'.d aLout visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Huirh Mb-- t Kirn up L . . of over a most decisive vlctoryfor the Demohemic w.;U s a i. when rley Thurs.iay night. crats and Cleveland returned to the ' a fritflJ 'rjlitol I Mr. and Mrs. Uuh Moberley were White House very popular with the visiters ef Mr. and Mrs. Harve Trud r ) country. Tako from Friday until Sunday. u was uuring tms second term that the gold and sliver question arose. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley Cleveland was a New Yorker, lmvinir Had attractive little son were guests MM been elected Governor of that State! of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray, Hunday. I ...r-- .. I.i. in1) nnn ,n,.in.; i. Mr. John Dailey bought 5 shoats m lint nominated for President. He from MortDavis for 13 cents a lb. had tho Now York view of finance and ulso some from Nelson Warren, lira Woman's Tonfc nnd htf ennmlnt 11I in inv tltut li Messrs John Dailey und Hugn Mob i . tt erley done some land trading last mere was any pun oi uiui not Know .i I be nn CarduL In the United States west of tho lilue week, Mr. Dailey received ?100. difn ihoit while I 6ft,w a Ridge mountains. morkel difference... ference in the trade. I grew stronger rlsut Ho Issued gold bonds to replace Mrs. cVl Moberley nnd little along, and it cured tne. the gold which was systematically bedaughter, Mrj. John Dailey and I tra stouter than I ing withdrawn from the Treasury. daughters were afternoon visitors of Lavo been lu years." If you tutfer. you can This raised n how from the South Mrs. Wllbert Dailey recently. appreciate what it and West. John O. Carlisle was his Mrs. Herman 1 cater returned tol ocsns to bo ctrens; and Secretary. Mr. Carlisle was reportIter homo in Jessamine county bun-da- y well Thousands of n giro Cerdul tho ed to have given out an interview to after a delightful visit with Mrs. credit for their rood Allen Teeter and other relatives. a New York newspaper that In re should help health. It deeming- - greenback notes which were Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMIUIan and you. Try C&rduL At all Muster Holman '.i attended the meetmade payablo In coin that he would drugs ius. 3 ing at Scotts Fork Sunday and were exercise the option and would cither pay in gold or silver, as it suited him. guests ut dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sanders. A stormy session of the Cabinet was 1 an J Mrs. Mosc Melenr. Mr. Ilill Whittaker of Hnekley sold his farm to Mr. Mllcy Frewitt of Koundhlll for $10,000. Mrs. Earl Prcwitt nnd children were the week end guests of her parents-Mr. nnd Mrs. Mirian Prewitt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Hardin ami son Coleman spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. Tom King of Lowell were the guests Sunday' of their daughter Mr and Mrs. Clyde Morgan. Mr. and Mr. Carl Prcwitt and ftr Un-eaete- "a T lh'", i ."'' ,b o BIG COW SALE O 9 d. Public Auction M. F. BRANNON and ROY T. FOX, of Knoxville Tcnn.? will sell to the highest bidders at the Holm barn in Danville, Ky, on m -- aw-Mined -- tt s I Women Tuesday, Apr. 13 AT ONE O'CLOCK P.M. 25-Hea- d j of Jersey Cow's- " e a & . m ' Q I 'HI j Hi e Fifteen of these cows have calyos by thair sida. 10 heavy springers, some pure bred. This is the best lot of cows ever offered. at public auctioiV in Danville. ville, Ky. , $ ft " Col.-G- . I For information call on L. Toombs or B. G. Iox. Dan- wo-se- M. P. BrSbimoii & Eoy T. Pox COL. G. L. TOOMBS, onlhe Block. E-7- The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday April 8, 1920 WE HAVE PAYING FOR DEAD HORSES A HABIT. Charge Accounts At the Dry Goods store tends to "Let's top it off with a good smoke" tho spot like flood NOTHING touches nothlnd can ntouch and Chesterfields for genuinely " $atfying" body nnd flavor. Chesterfield Provided the Feeds That you need for spring use. Your ('own, Horn, nm! Mules need a change of ration which serven as a tonic. Demoralize System. the Family Financial the Make wm twcrpln front perch when $Ue mxv Hetty nnd Hobby coming from rclmal. She knew by the eriKcr, exelteil look on Hetty' face thnt the little plrl wm plcimod nbout romethlnt;. "Well, Hetty, you look to picas-ei- l. I KUeM yeu innilc perfect in your exnmlnntion today!" better "Oh. mother, iiomethinn than that!" returniMl Hetty. "I've found n wny to k'ot tlwt new llk You remember Mnntad. dreM I when I poke to you nbout it you niiiil tliinxx were tu iiiph thnt I coultl not liave it fur a m$ ln tinu that I'd have to make old ones do for quite n while?" "Ye, I remember ail I nm wh.; fniry Kod.mothur ha ared to chiihkc thinm," returned ' her mother imillni;. "Nothint wnnderful at Hit about ( it. mother. It'i awfully funny that e- we dnl nol think of it befwe. ernl of the fjitU were teiUiHC we how their mother did. and It If Jutt as , it can he." "They all run eharue aecwwnt nt l.iiMey-Vo- y t Co'., and mi they tmy M'lmtever thy want whelhtr they have the monvy Ut pay it at , nMke an onee ar Ml. It dot-n- 't ttilTtirame ahwut the mMty, Jut pay it )nttr, ii rut mhmo af thtm tell nic their mvthera pay J10 a month en' the lull if it ia tow, until they yvl FOR THE COW Wo have Mixed Feed, Urnn Shorts, Sweet Feed Shomocker a balanced ration. and Mr. FOR THE HORSE AND MULE We have Green Crust, Swccti and In Chesterfields the finest of silky, aromatic Turkish and rich, mellow Domestic tobaccos arc blended to bring out n new and liner quality of flavor. A'oir you know why Chesterfields "Satitfyt" And because this blend iscxclusivcandrannof be copied, only Chesterfields can "satisfy 1" fetch package is wrapped in moisture-prooglassine paper thnt keeps all of the original f, , flavor intact. Ont. FOR THE HOGS We !iHe Mixed Feed, Middling, Corn and Shomocker, tlu Halanted ration that makes fat and produce thrift in your herd. Han everything in it a hojj relishes all at a fi.ir price. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, ' KENTUCKY. won-lerin- -- March, it seems, tins been someflevlval of the TreutMdtur. The imttlimlotir t Imnaiuvd a n thing cf n windle month. That is, creature wild a (tig lute. p rrywhrre except in Wa.iinKtoti IIM tan real meaning of the wrd I In war days we urjrod everybody MM wlm "ftmU nut" M mm nms. In lrriMMl ttM wncU U h4M "Irwi. to rullivale tlnit buck yard ami other H rotm tna par Imt h" r 1m land. MiUkms of email garri-U thp tn tlnd. KHWK into rlaloHti' uml exorwtwufy to th food mb Flt Ntgttr4 )4r. It vmh ileno a a war ntmrur. l RMr UHfo ltn In ln 't. N'ow m tie vatt mcaaro Kit 'Ik hnr fnther anl it ' tlrfnrv law MM. a FWI U nbtnirmulljr uhlsrh. i frr mtrr tmrtttiu hr par nalal tfcr atiiar we immctHntc firo-M'Xi.il that (4tr wmm n t iik ualrM .i !" of any radical tleclmv. Kvory It. AH went . r mmrtr tint". Ih. h..t . ' . ik little helpa in an irnterKMiry, anil tt paid. -- f . t. ICra bca .ai bark anl can produce wondern "And anyone ran open n ch.in:e ' - . I. the f when put t proin-- ur ' .11 t "' ' .' tU WNM. account. Won't yeu u down with , k'! 1 iik Nit. me Snturttay und open an account " Will t me k't't my tiro? It won't ami ,'.tlle rrlJjr. cost n cent." "Well Hetty denr, 1 thought you Purls No Oyitei Monopoly. Had Hrcnth. Sour Stomnch, knew better than that, but ince you IH Inch Tree Crvn I 32 t llkMliBC.. Citi. llitioutncM, Sick llctd-tti.1 am gkd you ipoke to me ID Mm, lndifilion, Cooiliitioo, Cko don't MW fHNMt In larve H0ttlief about it for I want to teach you bet. reliable the alw-- )i Dt) tin Itinw IWfBM i mrrnt ter." !iirM4it f trip hmvIm! In ISnaland "Oh, mother, do you mean you frwos llw I'nltMi Main FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS That In won't? Why it' no trouble nt all nnt oamual. I.nt bail ' rurrriwv rk, t ttmt ihc tovelt. iwiclrn the tloca- merely miwl pr'li.u md was all the girk any no". ch icJ lune up the liver. IX) nol (rip. lion 11 lijr iIm exaii.lui.t.uti of froh ' "If thnt were n goo! way to do, i. C. rlfr.t93 USrTerl. t iKfimtlM laketi f r.tii native inw. ' Hetty, don't you think I would hi.ve Al't $a lW.tlK Cl IVpular t frayi Mn iiahUn Macasine vj nl lmJ.. I lol done it long ago? You know 1 nc-l Th M ( .iliit Ttbicia. J tUr lkU I were "ft h "I'Ufi' ! buy on credit, don't you? fl ilntrdtlml in a xixl Bpwr'HllJ "Ye, mothir." MeROnCRTS DRUG STORE. detclotwd tjt a in n ihiiltr "Wcl, the renron I do not is it is very bad business. N w OZXSStZVaciVZI naWacaaCJa. y uppoe you go to it Company and get the dress ami rum-i- t charged. I told you 1 could not-pafor it for several months. Hut you would ho wearing it wearing clothes that did not belong to you for the dre would really belong to I. ey &'Wooboy until it was pnid for. Do you think you would feel Just right wearing their clothe? "And suppose something would happen that 1 could never pay for K sWlco Pta.ne Ih Riilncc Phone 33, after you had worn It so that it would be worthless to the owner How would you feel then? "And then again supposing a long tune from now you would need shoes or something and 1 would toll you that 1 must first pay for the dress you ud bought so long ago and you id would toll mu tlwt the droaa was worn FOR (!) out was in ram? How would you WE feci tlwn?" Hetty huHg her head and Mrs GENUINE Wake continued. "It m the hnrdest thing in ti c world to pay for clothes after the , are worn out er for n horse after tt is dead. In other words, Hetty, t is hard to pay for anything thnt worthier. Most people feel prett , line when they ar dressoil up, nni ;" is it propr fooling, but 1 hope my li tie girl will novor lotun to enjoy be ing druasod up in other people', WE ALSO v clothes. Pay your way m you g'l the only safe rule." PLOWS. RIDING "I tot you are ritht. mother, but s (!) many poopl kavo thlngn charged WE why nearly everyone doos it." "A groat dal of it is done, 1 knov it ia almost a national vke. Hut T f laU to extruvagnnee ami vrte a JH1I m lliWnWIWI-T'TrJLL. to Htfconosty, aoarly somLim ways to poverty. People with cha. urcounu r always tesnp4etl to bu thuiK they don't realty need, or can'' urTor-l- . and thy fomot for the mom vnt that the day of rockoMing m suit tu come. To samiblo people, my dear, ) you will look prettier in cotton that is A CAR LOAD NOW IN STOCK. ALpaid for than in idlk that in't. Arid I'm sure you will fool lots butter. If WIRE FENCE. SO you never spend your salary unt after you have earned it you will be OUR more careful in spending it, you wdl maiingo to save a little, nnd incident ally you will be able to keep on buy ing your War Savings Stumps. "I don't really need a new dress, mother. 1 just wanted it because PHONE 27. the other girls buy them. Hut I'll . UKTAn laVlL.bE., crow over them when I show them my Thrift cords." tetttj-kalrw- iy aHnEtt&SiSnfilttiF nanfaW9'nfM 'VWnirirKmif VBnR''i.T9d-vaX- ' SSSSadWSSj''..t.j'..- - , T. trnr irtr Mr! v."rvTJ y Tir Ill Tirr I omMi BTr'PllTat TjnaTinilsiMaMlPlWlnnnWoaMnnM t'riAI AgIlSjBSJfrOW!SSSSSSSSSSSSS. fr ' tt VjaKTafnTnris? ; 1 a. !. .- ! For Coated Tongue li-- 1 e. 11 Keep Rats Out of House. All rut holes slimild he t(ipiil up n "dnd-d- y ulth metal or plaster mixed .h f r ll i ftrt i:r,c long 1e "Oh. broken The houe should ho ' he cr.ed, '", ere Is n worm hnl't o thnt rat ennnot gain an gramimi wlilker with tibi that walfc on nnd no rubtdilr ilmuld he left faco In the middle " shout. Wcnde-fu- l Worm. 'ii ll c I.tltle Js. lieu her grat d'w 'hf r fix n hr saw wl'h Just fln. Ilnhby, Just htime fnm IiIm tirst vlult to the country, wa tdl.ng the folks of fts wouderM. "And ny, um," he snld, "out on tho farm they get milk from cows, and It's Jun as good ns any." Boston Transcript. li Ceoi td '' iri All. er rt. ONE DAY ONLY W Linsey-Woolie- Wednesday. April 14 NOT W. RIGNEY A WAR PICTURE. in-,- 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer. Are the Sins of the Fathers visited upon their children? This ques-tio- n is absolutely answered at Romans Opera House, Wednesday 14th ROMANS PRICES-Miliaee, OPERA HOUSE Adulls 35c. ETtoiag, Children 25c. Adults 50c. War Tax Added Lancaster, Kentucky. Children 15c. ARE HEADQUARTERS THE Vuloao and Oliver Plows I I i OLIVER FORGET THAT FAMOUS HAVE THE DON'T HAVE THE I I m ssssssssKnrrinistsssssssHssssssssjfssssMssssssssssssasssss Weber Wagons AMERICAN PRICES ARE RIGHT. I 1 I if ifu'uf v I if li v nCr T 111 raptifcLU 1 i Becker & Ballard ...-.- 1 ii The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday April 8, WOMEN t Of Kentucky Certain to Vote in Presidential Race. Whether or not the National suffrage amendment is rn tilled by the requisite number of states, Kentucky women will hnve the privilege of voting for Presidential electors In the coming November election, under nn aci passcu uy tnc last legislature. unless the amendment is ratified women can not vote for United States Senator or Congressman. After n enreful investigation into the matter. Judge A. P. Humphrey, of Louisville, and one of the state' best constitutional lawyers, has the following to say concerning this mat- 1 920 In Memoriam. Juit as the sun was shedding It trnnsrendant light over the most beautiful spring day of March 25lh, 1020, nt her home in llrnddock, North Dakota, the spirit of Mary Clnrk winged its Might into the portals of the Celestial City. Alas, she Is dead, her dainty hands are folded white and cold beneath the gloomy portals of the grave, cor. ered by flowers laid there by her llrnddock friends nnd loved ones of her rarly childhood. The heart whose every beat measured an eternity of love Is forever still. To the mother, brother and sisters we find no Ian gunge adequate to express our sympathy In this sad bereavement, as words of condolence will not alleviate their sorrow. We ran only say lean on the everlasting arm that is able to support you. We feel she is In a happirr world. Think of her In her home of relestinl bliss, all radiant with everlasting youth, never to grow old. no care will ever be hers; her pain ami sorrow of which she had many are gone, she will live forever In the presence of Jesus ami with the rrdrrmed of earth, will sing songs of prnisrs until one day, by and by, you Mill cross the river of Death nnd the daughter and sisters will meet you at the pearly gates and welcome you home where you can live forever with the happy throng. Draw our earth worn spirit upward, Upward to the realms above, Whisper to us werds of comfort. Comfort, seething, peace and love. Stay thou with us an we journey, Journey sad as strangers roam. Let thine uniren presence guide us, (iuide us 'till we're gathered home. A loved one n Let Your Home Reflect The Spirit Of Spring NATURE THE GREAT MASTER PAINTER IS NEVER SO BUSY AS IN SPRINGTIME. SHE SKILLFULLY PAINTS UPON A DULL DRAB HARMONIOUS COLORINGS. CAN YOU BEHOLD THE GLORY OF HER TRANSFORMATION ALL ABOUT YOU AND IGNORE THE FADING BEAUTY OF YOUR HOUSE? FOLLOW NATURE'S EXAMPLE AND START THE SPRING SEASON BY GIVING YOUR HOME NEW BEAUTY AND CHARM. OUR PAINTS WILL TRANSFORM EVERY WORN SURFACE AND MAKE IT BRIGHT AND CHEERFUL, BESIDES PROLONGS THE LIFE OF YOUR PROPERTY AND ADDING TO ITS VALUE. NO BETTER PAINTS AND FINISHES CAN BE HAD FOR FLOORS, WOOD-WORCHAIRS, AUTOMOBILES, THERE IS A PAINT, VARNISH OR ENAMEL THAT WILL GIVE YOU LASTING SATISFACTION AT LOWEST K, ter: "The law passed by the last Legis- lature provldea for female sulfragc In the choice of presidential electors. As, however, at the same time that presidential electors arc to be chosen there is to be a choice for a Senator and members of Congress, there is a provision that there shall be a sepa rate ballot to be used by women, who can vote ofr presidential electors nlonc. "Considering the brond language of the Constitution of the United States, which I will quote: "Each State ilinll appoint in such manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, n number of electors, equal to the whole number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress " it seems clear that there is thereby con-fid- d n power in the Legislatures of the different States to prescribe electors shall be chosen, and the provisions of our Constitution, defining who shall be n voter, cannot, with any soft of reason, be construed as limiting the authority of the Legislature in the exercise of this broad power, derived as it is from the Constitution of the United States." UNI-VERS- E COST. Partial List of Paints and Prices VARNISH STAINS Guarantee For Furniture, Floors, Etc. Makes old Gallons $4.25; Ilnlf Gallon $2.15; Quart $1.10 Furniture Look New, Stains And Pint COc. Varnishes with One Coat. Flat White and Flat Wall Colors, Soft in Gallons $5.25; Half Gallons $2.75; Quarts $1.55; Color and Rich in Tone. Pints 90c; Half Pints 50c. Best Mixed Paint, 35 Colors, Sold On A " A Story With A Moral. Zanesvllle train on which a Zanesville riti ten was recently traveling stopped at a small town. From the car window-coulbe seen a dozen or more back yards, llrnp of refuse were scat trred over the weedy ground and tin cans glUtened In the sun. The houses were and A couple of listless in bad repair. men boarded the trnin and sank into their seats, apparently glad to be lenving the place. In a few moments the train approached another town. There was no dismal outlook there. The back yards were carpeted with grass and patterned with ilowcr beds. Most of the houses had been recently painted. "Is this the county seat?" the Zan esville man asked the conductor "No; that last town is the rcunty seat," was hi answer, "but this place Is going to be. That other town hasn't got enough to fight the bill that will make the change. This town Is a hummer. It drjc rves to win." Times-Recorder, A I CHI-ENAME- L d The Teacher Problem. More than 100,000 teaching pos- itions In the public schools of the United States are either vacant or filled by teachers below standard, nnd the attendance at normal schools schools has deand teacher-trainincreased 20 per cent in the last three years. These startling facts are shown by Uie complete report of an investigation made by the National Educntion Association. Letters were sent out by the Association in September to ever' coun ty and district superintendent in the United States asking for certain definite information. Signed state ments were sent in by more than superintendents, from every state, representing 238,573 teaching positions. They report an actual shortage of 14,685 teachers, or slightly more than G per cent of the teaching positions represented, and 23,000 teachers below standard who have been accepted to fill vacancies, or slightly lers than 10 per cent. It is estimated that there are 050,. 000 teaching positions in the public schools of the United States, and if these figures hold good for the entire country there arc 30,000 vacancies and 05,000 teachers below standard. These same superintendents report that 02,708 teachers dropt out during the past year, a loss of over 22 per cent. On this basis the total number for the entire country would be 143,000. The report shows that the shortage of teachers and the number of teachers below standard are greatest in the rural districts where salaries are lowest and teaching conditions least attractive. The states in which salaries and standards are highest have the most nearly adequate supply of teachers. California shows a combined shortage and below standard of 3Vs per cent; Massachusetts shows 4H per cent, nnd Illinois 7 per cent. In nt least six of the Southern States more than one.third of heir schools are reported either without teachers r being taught below their standards. Nearly all the superintendents declare that teachers' salaries have not increust In proportion to the cost of living, nor as salaries have increust in other vocations, and that teachers are continuing to leave the profession for other work. licports received by the National Education from normal school presidents show that the attendance in institutions has these teacher-trainin- g fallen oft alarmingly. The total attendance in 78 normal schooU und teahcer-trainin- g school located in 36 different states for he year 1010, was 33,051. In 1010 the attendance in these same schools had fallen to 20,134. The total number In the graduating classes of 1020 in these 78 schools are 7,110. These figures how a decrease of over 30 per cent in four years In the finisht product of these schools. The president of these Institutions g g Gallons $3.85; Half Gallons $1.95; Quarts $1.00; Pints 55c. Outside Floor Paint for outside use Only Gallons $5.00; Half Gallons $2.55; Quarts $1.35; Inside Floor Paint Made to Walk On; Dries Hard Over-nigh- t. close-croppe- d Gallons $3.75: Half Gallons $1.95; Quarts $1.00; Pints 55c. Roof Or Barn Paint Red or Gray. AUTO TOP DRESSING. Elastic and Durable, Will Refmish and Waterproof Your Top. Quarts $2.00; Pints $1.10. Gallons $3.25. self-respe- FULL LINE OF AUTO CARRIAGE VARNISHES' AND PAINTS. WE HAVE EVERYTHING IN THE PAINT LINE AND CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR PAINT REQUIREMENTS. WE ALSO CARRY A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF WALL PAPER, GLASS, BRUSHES, WALL PAPER CLEANER, IN FACT, EVERYTHING TO BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME-INS- IDE OR OUT. GIVE ME A CALL WHEN IN NEED OF ANYTHING IN THE PAINT OR WALL PAPER LINE. Three Boys Caught Robbing Distillery. An attempt by six men In two motor cars to rob the warehouse of the Dowling distillery, six miles from llarrodsburg and two miles from Bur. gin, Mas frustrated Friday morning at 2 o'clock by the night watchman, Henry Neese, nnd three of the men were raptured. They gave the names of Roy Senrcey, 18. Fred Watts, 18, nnd II. C. Scott, 10. They said their home are at Nicholasville. When discovered the men had removed 10 gallons of whiskey from the warehouse, nnd had placed it in one of the motor cars. Three men in the other car stood guard on the outside, ready to drive away if detected while tho other three went back to get more whisky. H. COOMER 126 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Telephone 81. DANVILLE, KY. In order to induce promis ing young men nnd women to enter the teaching profession and thereby furnish the country an adequate supteachply of competent, ers, there must be: for trained 1. Hihger salaries teachers. 2. Higher professional standards, excluding the incompetent nnd unpre pared; 3. A more general recognition by the public of the importance of the teaching profession; 4. More liberal appropriations to state normal schools and teacher-trainin- g schools in order to pay better salaries in these Institutions and furnish better equipment; G, Extending the courses and raising the standards in the teacher, training schooU. NATIONAL EDUCATION AS30CI-ATIOWashington, D. C. state that Misses Sallie Lou Myers of Lancas- the church here the 0th to the 8th of Miss Nelson of Lebanon have May. The best speakers available will be presetn. A "feast" for the Mrs. W. T. Doolin sold 40 old hens been visiting the Misses Itoyston. which brought her $74.00 whose Mrs. Forest Curtis, ankle people us was announced by He v. Skagg Sunday morning. and Mrs. Theodore Dunn were gave way while walking in the yard, Mr. Mr. Forest Curtis lost his balance has been disabled for several days. hosts at dinner to Ituv, U. J. Skaggs. und fell Into n nail keg several day Mr. Courtney Roberts returned to ago. After floundering around for Trice and Taylor Huffman sold to I'hil llrown 10 shoata nt 14 cents a Indianapolis to attend the burial of several seconds he finally extricated her sister who died of pneumonia. pound. his right leg which was stuck fact In Mrs. W. T, Doolin entertained a the keg. He was unable to leave his Doty of Lexington, Mr. Gordon spent the week end "with his mother, few friends at n bountiful dinner on room for a week on account of the Sunday. The little folks present painfully bruised and swollen limb. Mrs. Mury Doty. the Faster egg hunt given by Mrs. II. J. Sknggs will leave next Mrs. Doolin In the afternoon, ! BARGAINS AT MOUNTS. week to visit her mother, Mrs. Cotfee Mr. and Mrs. Mark liogiu enterof Campbcllaville, Sheep Shearing Machine, Miss Deane Hunter and Mr. Green tained ut n delightful six o'clock dinTitle Scales, Kstes visited her sister, Mrs. Calico ner on Thurday evening in honor of Driving Wagon, Mr. Smith a bandmaster, who is con, at liuckeye Sunday. ducting a class at Lancaster, and his Second Hand Corp Planter The regular business meeting will Second Hand Cook Stove, convene at the church Saturday af- wife. 4' Mis Alice Sutton entertained at ternoon at two o'clock. Second Hand SO tooth Harrow, Mrs. Less Huffman has returned to a very delightful week end house Hoxes for Hens Nests, Lexington after a visit to her sister, party, among the guests present were House and Buggy Taint Chean. Misses Emily and Ida Mae Uourne Regardless of the fact that we have Mrs. George Huffman. J. K. MOUNT & CO, Hughes of Lun. Mr. and Mr. Mark Bogl and fam- and Miss Delia Hlce national prohibition, many people The Square Deal House. caster. have wet goods in their cellars after ily went to Buckeye Sunday to visit Lancaster, Ky. Bible Institute will meet with The their daughter, Mrs. Lewis Noel. MAKKSBUKY ter and well-traine- d Neese had made a round of the warehouse a short time before thh men appeared und was starting on another round when hi attention was attracted to the side of tho warehouse by n noise. .Making a stealthy investigation, he found two motor car near a window in the warehouse. He crept close to the cars, und suddenly one of them darted off down the road. He fired three shots ut them, nnd they kept going. He rushed to the window of the warehouse, which had been broken open, and saw the three men inside. a hard rain. They started for the window ut the with their hand railed and after calling Sheriff Clcll Coleman, he locked the men in the office und stood guard outside until Sheriff Coleman and his two deputies Robert Horn und T, C. Coleman, arrived and took tho men in custody. They were driven back to llarrodsburg and placd In jail. The whisky was recovered. The boys declined to give the nam-- e of their confederates, but It is thought they were older men, who were superintending the job. Only one of the boy was armed, he having a forty-fiv- e caliber Colt automatic revolver In his pocket. office of the distillery,