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(Kditorial) The Record Huh been u constant friend and enthusiastic supporter of nil proKrosslve school propositions of merit Dear Sir: No Older Candidate Meatioaed. that have heretofore been beWould appreciate It very' much If When it was announced last Sunfore the people and we are still Governor Cox, of Ohio, is almost you would again be so kind ns to day morning that Dr. T. J. Hood was sure to get the instructed jvote of grunt mc a little space In your paper, dead his friends here were indeed sincere and very desirous that Cnrrnrd county to the State Conven- as it seems there has been some mis- shocked and grieved, especially those Site On Stanford Street. Kood schools bu maintained not tion and from all outside appearances understanding of the position I take who had known him so long and had only in Garrard County but the it looks now as if he will get 'Ken- in regard to the bond Issue and road been associated with him while he livcountry over. We regret that The splendid support accorded the tucky's entire vote Instructed for question. ed in Lancaster. He died at his during GRIM REAPER Some persons have made the statethe NEW SCHOOL LAW en Garrard Tobacco Warehouse anil the him at the National Convention adopted home In Poor Fork, Ky where the season of 1019 nml 1020 ment that I did not desire to use this ho had gone which meeta this year in San Franacted by the last Lejrislnture is certain erection of another home beyear ago to loMrs. Mattie cisco. Many around here are firmly bond money the way it was voted to cate, thinkingabout one thnt the mounoperation to be fore the season opens next fnll, Insur-e- i Claims calculated in its perhaps of the opinion that Cox is the man to be used. Such statements are ab- tain air would be more beneficial to the establishment of a permanent harmful instead of helpful to Naylor. win In the end and some few go so solutely without foundation on fact, his falling health. Lancas-te- r the State in school matters. loose leaf tobacco market in far as to think that he U the only ns it has never occurred (o me for For over thirty years he practiced beyond any doubt or peradven-ture- . After many years of patient suf- Democrat that can win in the final one instant that this money should be The provisions of this law dentistry in our city and was known fering, without a murmur, Mrs. Mat-ti- e election used in any way except on the route as one of the best In which enables school authorithe city in that Meiurs J S. Haselden and J. It. Naylor, died of tuberculosis, at Hoover had a good following in of the Federal Highway from the profession. ties to levy such heavy taxation Moorman began the promotion of an. the home of her only daughter, Mrs. Iloyle County line at Kings Mill, to He was a genial, whole souled, upon the people and which other loose leaf warehouse in Lan- Cronley Iiroaddus, last Monday night the county for some time, but since the Madison County line at Paint ho. has declared his affiliation with good fellow and his passing will be caster several weeks ago and met In this city. makes the operation of the the Republican party, some of his Lick. It would be impossible to use regretted by a host both with schools in the State so expen start. unbounded success saidfrom the Mrs. Naylor was 77 years old, a de- most ardent admirers are dropping it in any other way if I so desired, rjere and in his newlyof friends home. adopted publicly voted and affectionate mother, a de Not much was and am sure neither I or any other him like a hot brick. sive briiiRS the operation of this about the erection of this house until The immediate cause of his death vout and consecrated christian, she member of our Fiscal Court have the was heart failure, having The following special from Lexingfunction of government into ex- certain options could be secured upon passed to her reward, fully prepared Just recovton Indicates that a strong organiza- least desire to place it elsewhere. ered from a severe attack of flu, travagance as we see it. The property suitable for such an and not afrnid to meet her Saviour, tion is bring formed in Governor This road became an assured fact leaving hit frail body in no condition building, but now that the site whom she trusted with nil her heart action of the County Hoard of the day the bonds were voted, and all has been selected, the promoters de- and soul. Of a deep and practical Cox's behalf, with former Senator that I have ever worked for and shall to tako up the arduous duties of his Garrard County in asking a Johnson N. Camden, of Versailles, to profession, which had increased wonthe public to know that such a continue to work for, is to the end derfully since moving levy of the Fiscal Court of fifty sire will be built and practically all faith, she was devoted to her religion head the movement. to Poor Fork. house and sought its consolations with a fi that Garrard County shall get her It says: His remains were accompanied to cents upon the one hundred the money needed has already been delity that was beautiful indeed. money refunded under the provision "Kentucky Democrats backing Lancaster by Mr. Forest Ellison and dollars brings the expenses for subscribed, Since early childhood, Mrs. Naylor M. Cox, of Ohio, for of the new State Highway Dill. I operation of the schools in The new house will occupy the hail been a member of the Christian Governor Jnmcs of the United States have always believed that the whole short services were held at the Christhe tian church, where he was a faithful Stanford street where the church at Scotts Fork, where she al the Presidency question hinged on whether or not the county, in addition to the space on pen obmember, last Tuesday morning, being old stock stand anil will take in ways attended services when her have gone to work in earnest to belarge sum received from the the Tobacco warehouse recently tain for him an instructed delegation the contract for this work was let conducted by Rev. J. R. Moorman, aswould permit. She left many or after the State, to n mrm which equals erected by Mr. W. A. Speith. The health who will be made sad at her from this state to the national con. fore present year. first day of July of sisted by Reverend's Palmcter and friends the If the contract is Strother. Interment took place in vention at San Francisco, June 28. the entire levy for County pur- location is ideal, being in close prox- passing. Headquarters for the Cox move- let before that date we absolutely the Lancaster cemetery. tax- imity to the railroad and on one of poses. The whole County After appropriate services at the ment were opened Monday morning have no chance to get our money reHis untimely removal from city. ation being only fifty cents the main thoroughares of the Sun- grave in the Ijincaster cemetery con- - on the tenth floor of the Seelbacn funded, but if we wait until after the walks of life is deeply lamented, the but.. An architect will arrive next new law takes effect July first ,nnd which is the constitutional lim- day and submit plans for the new ductd by Elders Anderson and Sev Hotel in Louisville. "Death comes to us all. His cold and erance, the body was laid to rest see that the contract is let under the sapless Johnson N. Camden, of Versailles itation for County taxation. buildinK. which when completed will Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock, hand moves o'er the world and we get former United Stoics Senator, who new Highway commission, beckons us away. Who shall resist That is, the County School be about as large as the Garrard Toexactly the same road, over exactly was Chairman of the State Demothe summons?" , Fund from the County alone bacco Warehouse. Big Road Meeting cratic Campaign Committee in 1912, the same route with the same federal The promoters and subscribers of e "Men drop so fast ere life's equals the taxation for roads, probably the is to movethe of At Danville. ment,be at he ishead havethe Cox Secre- aid, and will than if thegetcontractroad this house have taken one wise step we tread, few know so many built sooner is county salaries, pauper claims and one that will insure its success to and as his The road meeting called by Judge tary Joseph Morris, of New Castle, let prior to July first, and most im- friends alive as dead". and all other expenses to run since they have announced that Mr. Peace to his ashes. May birds Friday and who was Secretary of the State Cam- portant of all I feel ture, just as I Stapp met in Danville the County government, when W. A. Speith, well known to every was well attended by last have felt all the time, that we will sing sweetly above his grave and representatives paign committee in 1910. only a few years ago the Coun- tobacco grower In this and adjoining from all of the Counties through flowers bloom perpetually there. Democrats who, have been urged get our money refunded. ty did not pay anything for the counties, will be the manager in full which the proposed Federal Highway that the state convention In LouisThe chances arc that the work charge. No selection maintenance of schools. It possibly have better made, for incould runs. ville. May 4, will send an uninitruct-e- d would not be delayed one day by so DEMOCRATIC Mr. been Mr. J. E. Robinson of LancasUr, delegation to San Francisco have doing, but even if it was delayed six- may be proper to say that the Speith, they have a man, with cxper was elected the meeting, State School fund has increas- lerice, wide acquaintance, splendid Judge Stappchairman ofexplained the contended that the movement in be Uyjaysdo not the citizens and tax County Convention, promptly half of Governor Cox is a vehicle on ayers of our county believe that judge of tobacco, and is personally purpose ed all the time. We advise the of the meeting, which he which certain other Democrats hope anywhere from one to sixty days County Hoard to be cautious in acquainted with practically all the said was called to reach a decision to ride into control of party affairs, time on one road through our county Called for May 1st buyers in laying upon the people too new housethe state. Success to the whether the proposed hard surface but the friends of Governor Cox now is well worth One Hundred and Nineand congratulations for road from Munfordsville, Hart Coun As directed by the Democratic heavy taxation although it be the entrrprixing promoters. assert that the acceptance of the ty Two Thousand Dollars? Surely after the question is under- State Central and Executive Comthrough Garrard chairmanship by former Senator ty, to Richmond in their power so to do. We County should be built by Federal Camden is insurance that there is no stood there is not n man In Garrard mittees notice is given that a mass arc advised that this new A Great Day For County who will not say that my po- Convention will be held in Lancaster,' Aid as originally proposed, or should foundation In fact for this belief. school law authorizes the trusfeel This Good Man. be built underbythe State Aid plan as Former Senator Camden is asking sitionI on this matter is right, I than Kentucky, Saturday May 1, 1020, at did more for the bonds provided for tees of graded schools to levy the last Legislature, Democrats throughout the state who that 2 I'. M. for the purpose of the demoOne of the most enjoyable birth' After a brief discussion u vote was a tax of one dollar and twenty-fiv- e an for Gov. Cox to attend the coun- any one in the County, and I, as well crats of Garrard County selecting days that has been celebrated in others including the editor delegates to represent the County in cents per onu hundred dol- many years was the one given Mr. G. taken and it was unanimously decid ty mass conventions at 2 o'clock on as manypaper, led the people to be the Democratic State Convention to ed that the original Federal Aid plan the afternoon of Saturday, May 1, at of our lars for the maintenance of it. Adkison, last Sunday. He was 78 should be carried out; thai the opera. the various county scats, and to send lieve that wc would get our money re be held In Louisville Ky, on May 4, graded schools in addition to years old. His children have been Hons of the State Law was too indo to the Louisville convention delegates funded. 1020; State Convention held for the I do not believe that the bond issue purpose of (electing delegates to tho State tax. We are informed celebrating his birthday for several finite and uncertain to be relied upon who arc for the nomination of Gov. There would have carried had the people not represent the State of Kentucky at further that some enthusiastic years. childrenwere only seven of the at this time, so our readers in Gar crnor Cox. eleven present year, Former Senator Carmlen says that believed this to be the fact, for this the National Convention to be held in trustees and others in the Lan- some of them being unable this be with rard County will be interested in to knowing that reason If nothing else caster Graded School District him. All of the eleven children are hundred and our bond issue of one whether they are lieckham men or that every one who It seems to me San Francisco, California, on June ninety-twthousand Stanley men, or the friends of worked for the 28th, 1920, to select democratic canhave become so interested in living and all arc married. Mr. Ad dollars will go into a fund of two man, should not be taken into bonds, should now that the road is didate for president and bettering the school in this city kison has 45 grand children and nine hundred thirty-sithousand dollars consideration. This is no time for assured, do his utmost to see that and adopting n democratic Fourteen of provided by the Federal Government that they arc proposing to ex- hia platform, and also to select members factional strife within the Democratic their promises are carried out. were present Sun and the road from Kings Mill to To prove to you that I have reason of the State Central and Executive party. tend the boundaries of the Lan day. His children present were Mr, Dick Robinson through Lan and caster Graded School five miles and Mrs. Jesse Long, Mr. and Mrs. Camp to Paint Lick will be built as "Tho man who undertakes to cause to believe my position to be correct. Committees and adopting caster i give nerewitn closing para rules and regulations for the govern, from town instead of two or Grover Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. David originally planned. The meeting at the Impression that the Cox move graph of a letterthe received from our ment of the democratic party. Garment is a movement in the interest two and one half miles as it is Prewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley I'rewitt, Danville selected a committee of f any individual, branch, wing or State Highway commissioner last rard County democrats will be enMr. at this time, and thus include Mrs. and Mrs. Thornpilo Iiroaddus, three from the counties of Hart, faction of the Democratic party in week. After speaking of his inab titled to have one delegate in the approximately six hundred Dash Vernon Jones and Mr. and Mrs, Green, Taylor, Marion, Iloyle, Ga' Kentucky is not a for ility to attend the meeting of the dif- State Convention for each one hunAdkison. Resides Uie children rard and Madison, with Mr. J. E. Rob party unity and party success. We ferent counties held at Danville last dred votes cast for the democratic more children of school age the following enjoyed the day with ison Friday, he says: as chairman of the general com' electors In the presidential election In and construct enough buildings Mr. Adkison: Mr. and Mrs. Sim mittee to look after the interest of are hopeful that all the strong men "I wish however that you would 1010. At the State Convention presof our party will be for this great on the school grounds in Lan- Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Long and the various counties in the construc and able man, who three times has urge upon the representatives of the idential electors, will also be selected caster to accommodate this Mrs. M. C. Jones. After enjoying tion of this road and pushing the been chosen to be Governor of Ohio various counties the necessity of cer- and named. All recognised demodelightful number of children at a huge the everything dinnertowhich consisted making of surveys and lettings of and who has a record of achievement tifying the money that they have ap- crats residing in Garrard County will good of eat, they left expense to the district, and in wishing Mr. Adkison many more hap contracts.by This committee was second to none. Governor Cox, in propriated and public subscriptions be entitled to and invited to attend directed the meeting to arrange a my, opinion is the one man who can on this project, to this office as soon and participate in this Convention on addition to this have public py birthdays. date with the State Road Engineer at lead us to victory over the Republi- - as possible, so that steps can be taken May 1st, motor conveyances to convoy to designate as a Federal AM Road Frankfort, and to Include the Gov cans In November." J. E. ROBINSON, ernor and Mr. Dawson, Attorney for the entire distance. the children outside of town to ty. Chairman of the Democratic County I have personally discussed with Committee for Garrard County. We would like to see the General, and the committee from and from school daily. To us New Residence. you the provisions of paragraph II of visionary same generous cooperation in each County will attend this meeting this is a highly Mr. James W. Smith, has decided the new road law with for the purpose of discussing with STOLEN Will give liberal rescheme, which would be im- school matters continued and these officials the State Road Law to build what will undoubtedly be, now fully acquainted whichI you are ward for return of gold watch, with believe and practical in operation and have this word of suggestion to and the benefits that the various when finished, the mcst beautiful that it would be best on this project Elgin movements, stolen from coat in would levy a tax upon the dis our school authorities. Any counties may hope to receive from residence in Lancaster. He is to that its construction be done under car on Fall Lick pike April 11th. 6n a lot puro.iased from Mr. W. the new bill, for in that case I think Return together with chain to this trict which would be most un- taxation that would become the State under the new law by be. erect ginning the work on this road im O. Rigney, on Maple avenue, a the new State Highway Commission office. No questions asked. bearable without any promised burdensome to the people will mediately, or be 116,000.00, house of butT and gray would reimburse you would good results. Although it may be resented and the fine spirit better to wait whether it July 1st, pressed brick which will be most com- that you have certified on all money until after to this office, be stated that this Utopian that has prevailed for better when the new road law becomes ef- plete and modern in every respect. provided that no engineering was Deatherage Garage. dream could be curried out schools may be arrested by rea fective. This date has not yet been The brick, tile, etc, will be furnished done or any contract awanied until by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Expert repairing on all cars. after July 1st. without any increase in taxa- son of mistakes .on the part of arranged with the Road Engineer, Mr. Theo Cur rev has also purchas but will probably be determined with With best wishes for the success of Prompt service and a square deal. tion the fallacy of which is en- these school authorities. Care, in the next few days , Located at the S. II. Kites It is with sat- ed a lot on Maple Avenue .and will your meeting, I am, tirely transparent to a casual therefore, should be taken by isfaction that we can anounce to our soon build a modern residence. Phone 204. Yours very truly, thinker. There is no county them in exercising the author- readers in Garrard County and other Joe S. Doggs, Commissioner." perhaps in tho State where the ity given which may be needed counties through which this highway New Sewing Room If our State Highway Commission- day, and feel that we are indeed er Is not In position to advise as to fortunate in having such legal talent people have been more cooper- for better schools in some coun- runs that this Federal Highway Is In Town. what is best I am sure that at least as both Judge L. L. Walker and Mr. now long it will ative and progressive in the ties which have been lagging until assured and great not be high We are now prepared to do all some of the persons who have so free- J. E. Robinson on this committee, one of tae federal past ten years in their efforts whilo Garrard County has been ways of the country will connect the kinds of plain and fancy sewing, ly criticised my position are net com- with no apologies to make for my to better their schools than in moving on. East and West Dixie Highway, at beading, hemstitching and embroid- petent to pass on this qwsiiea. As potation in regard to the matter, and We ask our school authori- Mwifordeville and Richmond. The ery wotk of all kinds. Located at the I suppose the Record will give aa ac- pledging our c Ultras list I ska!! conthis County. They have been meeting at tinue to look after the Interest of generous In voting money, in ties to be reasonable in the ap- local committee selected from Gar- home of Mrs. J. M. Coy on Richmond count of our Danville, will not take more space Garrard County as a whole,' to the paying taxes and enthusiastic plication of the law, or they rard, county U composed of Judge L. street, next door to Opera House. L. Walker, W. F. Champ and J. W. Your patronage aoUclttd. Tele here, but will say I have confidence best of my ability, I am. in personal effort to have good shall do harm rather than good Elmore, with Judge Forrest Stapp, phone 265. In the ability of the Garrard County Mrs. Lee Prueltt, Yours reepectfuUy, schools throughout the Coun- - for the schools. as chairman of the local committee. Committee that was appointed that Miss Cora Bryant. FOREST STAPP, County Judge. ANOTHER LOOSE LEAF HOUSE. $50,000.00 Promoters Of New House Raise JUDGE STAPP DR. TOM HOOD SENTIMENT Explains Position On Passes Away At His Turning Rapidly For Federal Highway. Adopted Home In Cox For President. EDITOR CENTRAL RECORD. Harlan County. mid-stag- o er x grand-childre- n by-la- well-wish- er Livery-Stabl- Inter-count- y The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 15, 1920. Bargains In Buggies WAGONS Run Lighter Last Longer. HARNESS. Tne Best That Money Can Buy. Bemis Tobacco Setters Cutting Harrows. Wire Fence KOKOMO is the kind When put up stays up. 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 yon need a buggy. TURNING PLOWS, That Run Right' and are Guaranteed. orderbuy one now if W. DENTAL SERVICE M. S. Hatfield J. ROMANS, IHMMMtlf PAINT LICK Lancaster. Kentucky. i I JUDSON. Graves and family, Lick Ball team was The Paint Mr. W M. Adams is slowly tin night. It is a pennnt The sick of this community arc nil doinK nicely. organization and is expected to beat proving. Mrs. Robert Simpson continues i Mrs. Sophia Trcadwny was in Ber- - everythinj; played. X-RAY Bros, will be quite ill. cn one day last week. Goodloe and Walker Mrs. Alex Creech is visiting her Friends of Mr. Gordon Mason nre contributors in Lancaster for the well known Chavrolet Cars for the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Black, glad to see him out again. Mr. and Mrs. John Dyehoue spent Miss Jessie Mae Hammock spent Paint Lick Garage. Mr. 0. II. Hendren was in Lexing- Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Luther the week end at Point Leavcll Smith. Mrs. R. G. Woods visited her par ton last week preparing hi house. He Mr. Frank Ray and daughter Monl, I and his family will move to Lexingents at Nicholasville Thursday. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, ton in the near future. Miss Ida Hurt has closed her school Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sealc and sen of Bailey Ray. D. D. S. at Sycamore ami returned home. Mr. and Mrs. William Black spent Lancaster were the pleasant guests of Herbert, Rodney and Elizabeth her brother, Mr. Thomas I.ogidon, Sunday with his parent?, Mr. and Mrs Ralston have all been ill with llu. Austin Alack. and Mrs. Logsdon Sunday. .Mr. and Mr. Curt N'aylor and famMr. and Mr. Dewey Metcnlf of Messrs Rennet Roop nnd Thomas Ericsson's Great Invention. ily spent Sunday with Mrs. Nannie, Stafonrd arc receiving congratulaIn 1KIS, on the first of February, the Todd were in Lexington Monday, screw propeller for Menmlilp was tions over the arrival of a boy who Ray and family, Rev. Jiughcson was entertained by made his appearance recently. patented by It Inventor. John V.tici-ioMr. and Mr. Jame Thomas spent Mr. Jim Todd and family while here. a tiwede. Miss Mary arid brother n few days recently with her parents, Mr. V. W. West has purchased a Edwin, went to Detroit Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Sim Clark. Candlemas Day. handsome Ruick car of Rristow Conn. drive back a Hudson super six for Misses Leona and Pauline Itakrr On Candlemas day the Christmas were the charming guests Sunday of decorations nre taken down In the Mr. Henry Conn of Richmond their father, Mr. Woods Walker. churches, n.i It Is the Kenst of I ho spent the week end hcrV- - with his famMr. and Mrs. Orvillc Boone nre re- Mil Nannie Mae Woods. I'urtflcatlon. or the Presentation of ily. joicing over the arrival of a son on Mr. Clayton Ray spent Saturday Christ In the Temple. The terra CanMr. W. W. West entertained the Monday the 12th. The little fellow, night and Sunday with his cousin, dlemas: Is used owing to the prachas been christened Daniel Marshall. Mr, Joe nnd Elmer Ray. tice of the early church, when tlchted Methodist minister, Rev. Todd SunThe many friends of Miss Edna candles were cnrrled In the procession day. Miss Agnes Ray was the charming! In memory of Simeon's words at the Mr. and Mrs. D. W. White and Mrs. Underwood will be glad to know she sruet of her cousin, Mis Vergelia rrecntatlon of the Infant Savior: "To Henry Conn were visitors in Danville is very much better at this writing, Ray, Saturday and Sunday. he a light to lighten the Gentiles." the fever having left her several days Friday. Mis Dora Lee IlutTman returned ago. Saturday from a pleasant visit to hcrj mint lick uaragc delivered a Miu Ema Estridgc has accepted uncle, Mr. and Mr. Cowall Black at handsome Chevrolet car to Mr. Zekc a position o lie red her ns school teach- Irvne. DO YOU WANT EGGS Jones. er at Monticelo. where she is teach-- ! NEXT WINTER? Mrs. Henry Dennis and Mrs. Grov- Mrs. J. D. Wynn nnd Miss Fanny ing the Third Grade, receiving $16 The best way ! to rait, Dowden were in Danville shopping er Lnmb and little daughter, spent raise on the month. your own producer!. Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Charlie Saturday, , Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ledford and IlutTman. My SINGLE COMB Mr. and Mrs. Lone visited their baby BROWN LEGHORN HENS Hattlc Alcen, Mr. and Mr. R Mr. and .Mrs. John Clark are reson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Long Sunday II. Ward and children were guest of are ready to furnUh you ceiving congratulations over the arafternoon. Mr. Led fords brother, and wife, Mr. with factory units that will rival of n dainty little girl who was Mr. J. L. Frisbie of Hlumington, and Mrs. Lee Ledford. pay bit profits if properly born Saturday April 3. Ind., is the jruet of friends nnd redeveloped. Mrs. Brown, better known here us latives here. Mrs. Henry Dennis of Indiana 'and Prices 16 for $1.00, 100 Mr. Patty Engleman, of North George Lamb and little daughMr. W. C. Wynn and wife were enfor $5.00. was here the first of the week Mr. tertained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. G. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hervey, ter Katherine, of Missouri are here ERLE C. FARHA, M. Treadway. Sunday, and .Mr. and Mrs. G. M. visiting their parents, Mr. and Mr. Box 173. Lancaster, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilder of Berea Treadway Monday and other old W. M. Adams. Much sympathy is extended to Mr. were with Mr. and Mrs. Sherman friends. and Mrs. W. M. Adams and fnmily Robinson Sunday. in the lots of their youngest son, Mr. Big Name, Tiniest Plant. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lonj: were the Judicial Remark. Earl Adams who was only ill n few- There la a plant called vol rot of her mother, near Richmond KuesU Magistrate "You are rttutlcted of days with pneumonia. so minute that inllltoni of thero for the week end. , pig stealing. Now, If this wrt of thing could he placed In ii mnull irhie clan. Adams. Is allowed to continue, we nhnll none! Mrs. R.'K. Stone and children of " Ansteeni. Richmond were the guests of Mrs. D. of u lc nf-!On Tuesday morning, April Cth, at On the Other Side. W. White Sunday. Little Philip had cried all night with 7:30 a pall of sadness came over the POOR RIDGE. toothache and upon receiving a nickel Dr. II. J. Patrich has returned from community when it was learned that the next morning he went as usual to Louisville where he attended the Jesus sent his Angels to the home of Mist Gladys Ray still continues ill. get candy again. Ills auntie, on com Mr. and Mr. William Adams and lug home, and finding, lie had bought Dental Association. Mrs. Jean Bolton spent n few days claimed their youngest son, Earl. randy with her nickel, asked him: Misses Eva McWhorter and Elizabeth recently with Mrs. Lige Bolton. He wua only ill a few days with pneu"Why, Philip, I thought you weren't Conn were dinner truest of Miss Mr. R. II. Preston had the misfor- monia and his death came a distinct ever going to eat candy ngnlnT" To Marie Ledford Sunday. which ho replied: "Well, nuntle. I'm tune to lose a valuable cow last week. shock to his numerous friend and Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Wynn spent not eating this candy on the toothache relatives. Though tended by loving Sunday 'evening with Mr. nnd Mrs. Mrs. Martha Molton and daughter side." hands and every comfort provided, t It: M. Smith at Cnrtersvllle. ef Illinois are. visiting her father, Mr he fell asleep with Jesus. Bravely Miss Mary Drown of Lancaster was James Littrell. he fought life' battles and as bravely with her sister, Mrs. D. A Hervey .Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sander and he bore his sulferlng with uncom te For and family he past week end. baby were recent guests of Mr. and plaining fortitude. He wa 20 year Miss Sarah Elizabeth Dright of Mrs. William Whittaker. of age just budding into manhood Stanford will be the guest uf Miss Little Miss Hiillie B, Duncan spent a noblo young man and loved by all Lena Estridgc for the week end. a few duys with her cousin, Mis Car- who knew him. Beside a host of rel Logan West and friend, Mr.McKay rie Preston of Lancaster. atives and friends he leave to mourn of Herea Collegt were guests of Mr. Mr. Bill .Matthew and daughter, his lot a devoted father, who is very nnd Mrs. West for the week end. Miss Arleigh, spent a few day re- ill, a mother, four brothers, Will, Ruf- as, John Quincey nnd Harris Adams, Mr. Willie P. Long of Lancaster is cently with Mr. L. L Mathews. with Mr. W. W. West this week G. Preston ond Ave sisters, Mrs. Grover Lnmb, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. teaching him how to run his new car. Miss Carrie Preston spent Sunday Henry Dennis, Mr. Charlie Huffman, Mr. Oliie Black and Miss Flora. Mrs. W. F. Parks will move to with Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Duncan. Richmond about the first of May. Misses Lida Mae and Alice Ray Adams. Hi remain were laid to having already sent one load of furni- spent Sunday with their sister, Mr. rest in the cemetery at Mt. Hebron. Much sympathy is extended the be ture. Elijah McMillian on Wolf Trail. reaved one in their hour of sorrow. and all kinds of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Ward and chilSunday School has been organized May the Lord bless them. dren were guests of her parents Mr. at Scott Fork at 10 o'clock. Everyund Mrs. Millard Ledford Saturday body i cordially Invited to attend. The Mothsr'a Senttnc. I night. Mr. and Mr. Clyde Sander spent Let no day pass without some ao SEE OR PHONE On account of the illness of Miss Saturday and Suturday night with hi knoulcdgmcot vt your Indebtedness Sarah Hutchinson Mis Dullard re- mother, Mr. Mary A. Sander of to her. Study her outspoken wlshee; turned to Richmond on "Qld Henry" Teatersville. her opinion with respect. Yield your will o her with perfect aweet-fice- s. Monday afternoon. Miss. Faye Bolton returned to her In all that she allows you to .Mrs. Henry Conn had as her truest Lancaster, Ky. home on the I'trryville pike, after a lo, show by your l and cheerful-ne- a Quick Service and Good Work Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. Woods Grave visit to her grand-parentMr. and that, for her sake, tho employCharlie' Mrs. Lige Bolton. and family, Mr. and .Mrs. ment a delightful Exchange. Mae-Walki j Da-kot- a, glo-fcatUp-To-Da- Tire Prices SMASHED. DESPITE THE INCREASE IN TIRE PRICES WE ARE ABLE THROUGH LARGE PURCHASES TO SELL YOU WHILE THEY LAST. 30x3 U. S. Ford Casings at $12.45 30x3 U S Ford & Chew casings $10.80 30x3 'a Goodyear Allweather 33x4 U. S. Chain 33x4 Goodyear Cord 34x4 34x4 34x4 34x4 Goodyear Fabric Gordon Lee Cord Royal Cord . $19.75 $33.55 $49.30 $33.35 $37.35 $47.20 $49.70 All Fabric Tires adjusted basis MOO miles. Cord Tires Adjusted basis of 0000 milus. Lee Puncture Proof and Kully SpriiiKliuld tires on hand nearly all sizesat jrrontly reduced prices. 30x3 tubes 30x3' - tubes 32x4 tubes 33x4 tubes 34x4 tubes r $2.75 $3.25 $4.80 $40 495 Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, LASTICK PATCHING. Regular 50 cent size 44 cents Regular $1.00 size SO cents Regular $1.50 size $1.28 Can save you money on all auto accessories. Be wise and-Jounow. Money saved is money made. l Paipting Tin Work Call for a demonstration of the marvelous performing Studebaker Six. If you wait until after you buy a ear and then ride in one of these earn your car will never after seem the jnnio. A Ghcvrolet car will savo half IU cost in sav-hu- r of Gasoline, Oil ami Tires in two seasons. Batteries have Ion been our specialty nnd we will prove this to you if you will use our Free Mattery Service. LET US SERVE YOU. P.B.Wilfiams&Co Paint Lick Garage. Phone 23-- n-a- PAINT LICK, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday April 5, 1 1 920 5 Auction Sale Monday, April 19th UTE SALE. BEST TIME TO PRUNE TRANSPLANTED TREES Early Spring Has Been Most Generally Recommended. 1920, AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. The owner of the Splendid EIGHT-ROOBRICK Fear Hat Ocen Csprested That RESIDENCE on North-eas- t corner of Main nnd Firal Streets, Branches Cut Back In Fall Will Dnnville Kentucky, hat placed same in our hand for ABSOLNet Dry Out Sufficiently Rt. suits of Missouri Station. time In pninr Cox for President TIiovi Democrat In Ken lucky who hellevo tlmt (Jovernor Jmuet M Cox of Ohio liernuxo of liN grout nlilllty ami miperlor iiuallllcHtlnti olmuhl ho tho next I'roililoHt of tho t'nltoil Statoi'. lmo ileiiiloil to lv hi iliiltn before our temo(nUt' tutor with tho titration In Ohio. He Is broinl cause J lu fiery respect and hun imived that ho enn ilrnw strength from every element of tho toting population." wo know Jumes Wo ondoro CoMTiior Cor because .M. Cor to bo one ll kt cent Aiiiorlcau, borauso he bun-dri- This it well built house In fine state of repair, with metal roof, good floored attic, two halls, good basement under entire building divided into five rooms; porch fronting each street, bath, electricity and gas. The lot is about 80x100 feet. Remember this house will positively be sold for the High Dollar without or RESERVE on the above date. This house is so well located that it will always be in demand. It is arranged for three families and is a splendid rent proposition as well as a home for the owner. This house can be seen by appointment with the owner, Mr. F. J. Clark, or BY-BID Tin U-- . trnnplanted trims-iilpjht- l. not to a. Hint young tri-hn boon much discussed. I.trlv MirlfiR Imn been Hunt generally It lit tin.' tiMinl ctiittiuii tii prune hack tin bnuirhe of )imiic R. C. HATFIELD .REALTY & INS. CO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. mm Mb.S In 2000 Counties This Month The Forces of the Church of Christ Will Gather to Face the Facts. and 2000 INlaymen counties in 36 states-th- pastorsmeet of 30 great denominations will e in conference this month. It is the kind of conference that generals hold before a critical engagement; that business men hold before entering a new market. A conference of judgment, not emotion; a facing of the facts. clear-eye- d they ure transplanted. .Some writer hnte recommended priming limk full trnnplntited tri-tiutll spring. The precaution ti hope tUat they will Join u In urged ngnlnst rutting back tin ileleeato to tho San l'nuieln nm hrnnrhe In the fnll U that tin- - tree lose tiMi murli iholsturo thnmgli the vi'iillim, uhu w) fut or hi liominii rut surface nf tin twig. Fear hn Hon been oxpreed Hint the To xeeiiro a iloloviittun from hrnnrhe will ilry out sufficiently to kill l.nrk hmlly during winter. Tin in Sh rrMiielM-- It I tlrt nor question naturally nrle n to whether mry Hun all I Mmx-niwho lire fur limn water will m lint thniugh the l .til nMetMl tho eotllity uiimn roll-.iwound of llic cut twig thnn woulil ho transpired from thii branches were mi to W hold In tho vnrloui coun-u'-- f thi'y left Intnrt. at 1! o'clock In tho afternoon In order to answer Ihl question for Missouri condition, whlrh nre Minn? f Saiuriln.i. Mny lit, and that the or le tyjUrnl of "the control stnte. li li .'uitti.oy to tli(' IVmocratlc have been made general observation n . on young tree proned at different h; lAiiilivllli', Tiii' .!. I nt thi University of MIourl lii). Mm Itli, ure Cox men, Colli ci of Agriculture In tin hut twenty )onr. The result uniformly Tlili m no time for strife within tho Indicate Unit better growth result If leiiHM-r.illparty. Tho man who tho brnnrlie nro rut hark In tho fall. gener-allto rronte the linpreitloii tlmt Thl hold tnio for yotmc tree whether they lire trntuplnntod In tho CO.MOVKMK.ST U a movement tho fnll or spring or lire not 'n the Interest of ever) Individual Tho jumo observations nn true of lirum.li, wiui; or faction of the grape. A skillful grnte propagator party In Kentucky, In not n nnd tnmiT nt llorninnn, Mo- - hn found for party unity nnd party mnko hetter growtji If tlmt crnM-pruniil hack In tho full. Thin gntwer. set hi cutting In nutuinn a soon Kormer United State Senator John-manil un tin. vine shed their leuve Norton. thereby successfully root Camden of Versailles ha nerept (Vmlilann mill ulliwr vnrivtlo full 11(1 tO "1 ' chalnnanshlp of tho organize root with dlltlcully If the rutting an' Ho n,(n that Is being made fur tho Cov- mailo ninl net In early spring. further My- - that imiyenrolil Bra pes, Kentucky, and H.at.ln to Mnnd n second year In tho growth If) dent guarantee that the movement In nursery, mnko iiitirh hetter nnined back In tho fnll: nlo Hint not to be factional. boarlnc grnpe vino mnko stronger growth If pruned In autumn as noon hn their leave nro shed. Till I par tlrularly true of varieties that tend to make jioor renewal growth from the tree when of-trcut-baiKen-tuekt ii m-sen-soy, trans-plnnted. well-uUtiue-iesd i ha ileuionstnited hi Amerlcnnlrui ami know that ho I tho only Lltid of Aiuerlrun that will be rolected to the White Houe ns the mj(Cc.or to Wood-ro- WIImiii. We know that It take an extraordinarily good win of the Democratic purt)to even once rurry tho State of Ohio which normally U Kepubllcun, by nvcr one hunilred thotiMind majority. Gov. James M. Cox For Our Next President. mrrle And, to we know that when n man Ohio three tlini" as ha Cox. he I what the fellow who gu lu tho races cull u rufe "ho." We want lint a enpnble mun In the White Unlive and we want him to be Senator Cumdeii In a Miitcment n lMnotr.it. given to the pren, miM: "I am for Cox Is in pu tile. Cor U honest. Cox Coventor Cos beruune t bellete him to be the one muu who ran win acnlnst U a Democrat, und he Is the best run-uIn our party us he teems to us. the llepubllran In November, He If ., That'a why weire for Cox nt thl time In mid liberal, hat mife record Con-Kre- er uiul three tenii n (Joternor of Ohio, llo Is a man every Inch of hltn, and one round whom ever)' element In the Democratic party can rally. lie began life as n newsboy and made hi own way. He U n ound and turn'!. ful butlness man, has never had nny acrlou labor trouble during his demon. 11 und Hint's why we want Kentucky t be fur Cox. open The COX Hi:ADQUAltTKItS w ill be at the Seelbach Hotel at Louisville for communication from all who are Interested nnd believe that this great man should be nominated and where all Democrats will bo welcome. A Survey that Business Men Must Admire For more than a year hundreds of workers have been quietly engaged in making a scientific survey of the mission fields, and of America county by county. The facts developed arc startling. The charts and maps will amaze you. No such picture of America's religious situation has ever before been drawn. , On the basis of these surveys the program of the Interchurch World Movement is being , . built What the Movement Is. That tho water content of yonns; apple tree Is not greatly nffected by fnll pruning ni established by ex perlment In 1MW nnd 1111 nt the University of Mlwourl. I.IMe dlffen'nco In water rontent tin found hetwii-apple trees trnnipliintel In Into fall and thoo which were tint tranipliintrl.i tho tree whoe liniuche wrt pruned bark In lato nutuinn rontnlned, on the average, slightly more water thnn thfte which retained their branches. While this difference Is not great It nt least Indicates that tho pruiinl brnnche did not suffer from n lower spur. Let's Carry The Country With Cox Al, Public Sale! Wednesday, Apr. 21 Beginning at 10 o'clock, A. ML, sell for Jesse Sheppard his farm, cated near Ottenheim, Lincoln County Ky., containing 200 ACRES sub-divid- ed ZXnjrxS7ZrZ?:d.OF LAND, STOCK, CROP, ETC. We will on which were not pruned. QUITE SIMPLE POST PULLER ! This movement is a clearing house for the activities of tho "forward movements" of 30 denominations. It is the basis of for the churches of America in a mighty effort to face the facts revealed in the surveys which are being conducted by the movement. on Effcetlvt Dsvlee Mad of Ordinary Piecti of Timber With Chain At. taehed to Singletree. Till I n very simple mt puller. It consist of n 2 by timber about 3 feet long, placed In n slanting position against the (Mist which you desire to pull out of the ground. Fasten the chain nrotind the Ht Just nbovo the ground nnd run It over the plnnk. The next Mep I to hitch a singletree to the end of the cbnln nnd one horse easily pulls out nny ordlnnry fenre Ht. This device win be foimi very hnti.iy lo- OF GOOD LAND You, as a minister of the Gospel, or earnest layman vitally interested in the upbuilding of God's kingdom on earth, should know the task which lies ahead and the part which the Interchurch World Movement is to play in facing tho to suit the purchaser. The residence This farm will be tyhas live rooms and porch, all in good condition, lhree barns, one stock barn, 30x40, tobacco barn, 30x70 and small stock barn. Chicken house, g splendid Three cellar and all necessary springs. 30 acres sown to oats, 45 acres grass, 40 acres in wood and plenty corn ground. Fencing good. This is a splendid farm and is going to sell at a bargain, as Mr. Sheppard is determined to sell. This will be a splendid opportunity to make a paying investment. Mr. Sheppard will take pleasure in showing the farm to any one interested. out-buildin- g. never-failin- situation. Whether You Are Inside the Church or Out To every man and every woman who loves his country, these 2000 county conferences aro With a Piece of Plank, a Chain and a Horse, Fence Posts Aro Easily Pulled Out. fences or tear lug out old ones to replace them b) tho modem steel or concrete fence (Hists which have won such great fitvor ........... ..I., . M IIIMI'IIJ. lUlllllin ........rail.' ,tlV,M,J, TI... V t.Mill. muy be quickly attnchetl tu any post nun mo prop put in pmce. rue pan vitally important. For tho facts develope'd by this groat survey show vividly what forces are at work in America and what kind of a country this country is to be. Sea that the pastor of your church appoints delegates. Any pastor can tell you the conference place and date. Or write direct to the fanner repairing their Interchurch WOB$D MOVEMENT SOUTHEASTERN DIVISION 317 Petera Bltffl, Atlanta, da. The publication of this advertisement Is made pot" of 30 denomination. tible through the a drove of hogs all the alfectcil animals, whether bog or cattle, should bo removed from tho premises. The hogs should be sent to market for slaughter at on abattoir under federal Inspection. The tuberculin test should be applied to all cuttle on the place, and those reacting should be properly disposed of. Tho M'iia and stables should be thoroughly cleaned and db Ufvcted before mtockluf. PERSONALTY: The personalty consists of a pair of mules, 8 mrri.il to the next tu, years old, good ones, extra good driving mare; also saddles well, 2 good be draw u. Popular Science Monthly. , shoats, 50 Chickens, new Milk Cows, one to be fresh in June, 7 TUBERCULOSIS IN HOG HERD! (Columbus Wagon, new Riding Cultivators, jbne Harrow, 1 Corn . ,, All Affected Anlmalt Should Be Sn , . s s. to Market for Slaughter Under Drill. Z 1 umillff lOWS, L UOUDle OhOVelS, , dingle flOWS ana a IOC Of. Federal Inspection. small tools, 2 sets Wagon harness, 1917 Model Ford Touring Car, some (I'rird by tlis Unltsd Bum of Agriculture.) and Kitchen Furniture. When tuhcrrulosln already exists In Corn, baled Hay and all Household J nre-eiisi- iy it 60-pou- nd , f Impart-mn- t TERMS liberal and made-know- n on day of sale. HUGHES AND McCARTY, Col. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, KY. S .... i.aW- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 15 1920. ir I i BF1E DC Nothing Better On The Market. NEW X-RA- Y INSTALLED Drs. J. B. And Virgil G. DISEASES WILL NOT KILL GRASSHOPPERS Various Fungi and Bacteria Are Natural Enemies of Pest. Inscts, Like All Other Animals, Arc Susceptible to Malsdles and Thtrt Art Two or Thres Known to Attsck Thtm. n. jonkk. Colorado Atiicuituri Colltrc. roil Collins, Colo.) During every season several reInfornielli-o- d -- See Our Line Before You Kinnaird Invest In Latest Model. Never satisfied with anything but the very best, and always looking after the interests of their patients and the profession lp general, Drs. J II. nnd Virgil Kinnaird, have Just installed Into their new offices, the latmachine, of the est thing in an Campbell model. No better machine outside of Lexington can be found of this character and the installation of one so expensive, speaks well for the tocal profession, as well as for the owners. No doubt that many surgeons nnd physicians of surrounding counties will take advantage of the opportunity to use this machine, which of late years has become one of the greatest boons to the profession. SEED CORN White, Early Yellow, Strawberry, COW PEAS, CANE SEED, CLOVER, TJMOTHY, Feed of all Kinds. OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour, IT IS BETTER. Try A Sack We Deliver In Town. To-day. Buy Corn Planters, One Horse air c. Drills, Cutting Harrows, CULTIPACKERS. of grahnpper control. ()rnh tiers, like all oilier animals, nn; susceptible to disease and there are two or three known to attack them. First, a fungus dlscaso (Kmpusa BO "I Pre), which has been reported to ! suctffitful In crnsiihopiNT control, hut later cxcrlineiit Imvo proved It to Ih of no practical value. r quests are twlinl asking for mation relative to diseases as a V. C. Fertilizer Best For Tobacco Land and Beds. Conn DC ' Brothers. iriri 111 IE a. MUSICAL RECITAL "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." Pleased Many At Auditorium last Thursday vNight. The violin recital j;iven for the benefit of the Armenian and Syrian sufferers by llss Amy Dawes assisted by the Girls Glee Club last Thursday evening at the School Auditorium, was much enjoyed by the large nudience. and their efforts tor the worthy cause were much appreciated by those present. An effective arrangement of palms, ferns and potted plants were about the stage. Miss Dawes pluyed all of her music from memory and her per formance was characterized by fullness, richness of tone, true feeling and sympathetic expression. Her Son of the Desert", bv Krla-Heland "Ilejra Kati" by Hubay, was per-- ! feet. Miss Dawes Is one of the coming artist in the musical world. The "Glee Club" who assisted on the pro- gram rendered their selcctionsVharm-- . ingly and an appreciative audience greeted each number with applause. The accompanists. Mrs. R. A. Dawes and Mrs. Mae Hughes Noland played brilliantly. "There's music in the sighing of n . reed, There's music In the gushing of a rill, There's music in all things, Ifmen had ears. Their earth is but an echo of the sphere." The Central Record tt.SO Ads-aw- Isswstl Weekly. PayabU la Member Kentucky Press Association and Eirhth District Publishers League. E. ROBINSON. Editor. can not And u better man for R. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. National Committeeman to sue ceed Gen. V. B. Ilaldeman Entered at the Post Office in Lan- resigned, than Mail caster, Ky., at Sccond-Cla- s Johnson N. Camden. We hope Matter. to see the democrats at the Louisville convention honor , .. April 15. 1920 him with this important po.si tion in the party. J. NEXT NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN YMr. The Democrats of Kentucky Base Ball At Danville The base ball season will open at Danville Saturday at which Centre College will play State University Many fans will attend the game from here, we dare say. Game called at two-thirt- y RaUs For Political Aaaouacaasaats. For Precinct and City Offices.. 15.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the inter est of Individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line . .05 Obituaries, per line ....... o'clock. "Hup" Agency. Mr. J. E. Elmore is carrying a nice little advertisement in this issue to run for several weeks, telling auto lovers of some of the good qualities of the Hupmobile, which agency he controls in this anil adjoining coun ties. Let him show you one. ...... . It spiH-nthat under favorable conMakes the Leaf Brighter ditions thin disease wilt apiiear, with more or les virulence, nnd spread with sutflcletit raphllty In cause the dethe Yield struction of n large number of o rusts, Matures the Crop nxverlment carried on In with the illvUlon of entomology hate demonstrated that the grnhop per Is not suceptlble to the orgimWin when brought In contact with the ordinary form of the funct, such ns Is ohtnlnett from the bodies of dend In thee experiment grahopper. the gnthiMT were fail with Hits funcu. nnd the pun culture wni spread Uoti their bodies, hut III spite) of the.e numerous attempts to Infect them, alt remained healthy. Second, a bacterial dlcnsc Dally Thought. ncrldlorum D'll.) was reported hr D'llerrelle n having worked There Is nothing iod or evil save to There will supper surrefully In Argentina. iJiter ex- candy sale at be a pie Vuta school and the will Kplctetu. toIluena periment with till orcnnlsm, both In night Good Literary Color Scheme. the 1'hlllpplne Istnnd and In South morrow, (Friday) "green" eldom music and a good time assured all Ah author wins Africa have proved It useless. which li In writing a iiere.il fader artificial renditions, such as who will attend. read -I- 'ImIqii lUlehty. re found In a lalMiraiory. these ills- ea.es .nay poMlhly he applied with Revival Meeting. Men snd Women Stutterers. good rrtilt, but ns yet, In the field, Thre are ioly alum! one fourth a. nn ueeii imiim iij wmrii me Kevlvnl .Meeting Will Com I inattr women who Uworr as men swarm or u.e hopper in a given 10-- m,n- (;unn., rhnt,i ,h, limn trt'Uhl"!. tw ntamltmled ca'l,r Sunday in May. Rev, W. II. Morns, And the Man With tJO.000 Cost. Pastor M. E. Church. Maysville Ky., tupii l i Im i any Our position "NEEDLE-EYE- " GATE USEFUL will be the Evangelist and will do the woman who u) IHMml for an anipreaching. Hro. Morns is a good mal coat bss got burro brains. Dallas Opening Msd, In Fence to Permit preacher. The people of (lunr New , Farmer or Help to Pass Through Chapel neighborhood will be dehght-c- d Anlmsl Proof. and la Also to Be Cnvled. to heur him not only for his good The j nunc man who I his a head of On many farms there Is occasional and effective preaching but also he used to be Pastor of tint Inl.ntiil hair may Im- ianlnei If he rued for n gate In Mime portion nt I display a fnmltie fer the bar4 di'H the pasture or banilot, yet such open- church. ings would be used so little that It 1 We are praying that this meeting ber' chair. hardly worth the trouble to put up an be of great benefit not only to Duly Announced, the membership but also to the Mary, upon an.werlns the door munity at large, Everybody is 111 found a collide of wnmen who invited to attend. had stippeil to'call. she let them N. II. Young, Pastor In he called tn her mother- "Mother, Increases Earlier. (Coeo-bnelll- ix Pie Supper. lk nfl ftc cor-Idial- ly ,t - FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, Lackey Signs. a candidate for the Democratic nomi nation for Congress in this, thel "Dick" Lackey, one or the very Eighth 'Congressional District of I best base ball catchers this county Kentucky. State Primary Election, has turned out in years, has signed to j play with the Georgia State League Saturday, August 7, 1920. .'and will start' with his new duties on j May 1st. He will be located with FOR CONGRESS. the Griffin Ga team. He's us sure We arc authorized to announce maL ..noil n n nickle In for n pin r K A. k u. Kirx, or Anderson j,er inap county, a candidate for the Demo--1 cratlc nomination for Congress in.D...,. CavAfln this, the Eighth Congressional DisMr. J. D. Culley has just closed a trict of Kentucky. State Primary' Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920. deal with Mr. It. E. Henrj'i for the tatters home on the Paris pike in Fayette county lying opposite the COX FOR PRESIDENT. Country Club property. The sad feature of this deal is that Mr. Gulley You don't .hear any name and his estimable wife are to leave mentioned for the Democratic Lancaster and in a few weeks will Nomination for president ex- sell publicly his residence on Danville cept James il. Cox, of Ohio, in street also the garage building now this section. He has every occupied by Kinnaird Ilrothers. will A Targe display advertisement clement of popularity in his appear in the Record next week giv make up. He is young, person- ing full details as to terms and date ally affable, a man of strong of sale.' rou have s couple of customers." The Treasures of Cirthjje. rarthage, one of ihe iiio.l nnrlent And That Look Counted. "A 1 look into your eye," he due known tn num. ha. seen horde or trophy hunters of nil nationalities "I see much hupplhe. In store tor the location lias prmcd a most for ll." "I fenr there's nothing to lu fruitful one In the dlcovery of rlcu 0.nid" she replied not unkindly. tresi.iire and Jewels hidden beneath "I'niw has leeii looking into our rat-- I H- i- .oil. Uim.as lit) Journal i(jur-mure- Don't Suffer the Don't be operated on. If you have piles in any form go to KIITS DRUG STORK nnd get a bottle of Dr. Waddell's Pile Remedy, Ab solutely harmless. Kvcry bottle guaranteed to give absolute satisfac tion or money refunded. Made by K. W. Medicine Co., Inc. t. Smith Grove Ky Mc-KO- B 15-4- "Dick" d. Needle-Eye- " Gate. tuu Better Farm Haulincr Prnnnrtv Demonstration. A train of trucks, with good speak crs ami good music, furnished by Ilrass Hand, will arrivo in Paint Lick next Wednesday A. M. April 21st, for the purpose of illustrating to farm ers nnc business men Iletter Hauling .Methods. This will be instructive anil worth. your time. The exact hour of urriv nl hos not been determined, but Paint MUST FEED EACH INDIVIDUAL Lick Garage will be notified next Wednesday A. M. and a telephone Idea That Evsry Hen and Cow Must call to them will let you know. Be Fed Exactly Sams Ration Is Erroneous Ont. ordinary gate. In such cases n gale will make It easy for the fnrsier or his help to puss throuch fence. .Such n gate Is shown In the II m lustration. It merely consists of Mv (Mists erected so close together that horse or enw cannot uss Mweer m thm. Theno Kist lire lleil together nl Jg Ihe top with a long bolt, while at the fj bottom they are boanliil up for n foot j or two to keep hogs or calve In. Sucl'fE a gate ns lids Is convenient for tin ( fanner to "duck throunti" and Is at tin pHMif. Is ruiue B ww. . a! - 1 .IS rm ii' i or rieasing nave a naoic . I, me your ncignrjor n Dl ir a 'm lf International corn ostis llir.D-unlln- ul , 3 planter, you aon t imvc to be told tlint he is satisfied. You know it, and wc know it. The ' mentality and with some exCriterion Quartet. perience as a congressman, and with two terms of Govern- - An admirable program has been or of Ohio to fit him for CXCCU- - "ranged for the Recital to be given 21 in Lancaster, tivc duties in the Presidency. Criterion MIoKy., on April New by the Quartet of York He is an eloquent and attrac City. As musicians and music lovers tive public speaker and to es- know, the success of any comblna pecially appeal to the senti tion of artists whether ft be String ment of Kentucky democrats, Quurtet, Symphony Orchestra, Chorduring the hcuted campaigns us Choir, Mixed or Male Quartet, de pends largely on ensemble. Knu-of recent years he has always ble is the result of understanding of made it convenient to come to the possibilities of each Individual In the assistance of Kentucky the organization, obtainable by hours nominees and has done telling of routined practice ensemble Is the key not of success in the Criterion service. Quartet us they have held their or- We don't take any stock in ganiiniiomintact (or many years the plea for an uninstructed not only Is the ensemble excellent but delegation from this state when the individual vocal and muscal qual the Democracy of the Common- ities of each member is of the highThe personclle wealth is practically unani- est rank. is John Young, St the Quartette Tenor, mous for Governor Cox. Why Horatio Rench, Second Tenor, George should the unanimous opinion Reardon, Ilaritone and Donald Chal of the party be delegated to a mers, Dasso. Our city through the courtesy of few delegates to the National Stormes Drujr Store is Indeed forConvention. Kentucky is for tunate in hivinif this organization Cox and tho State Convention fur an appearance. Cards for the ought to and will we believe Recital have been sent out admission being by invitation only, instruct for him on May 4th. Some folks get the Idea that every hen nnd every cow must be fed ex actly the same ration. That Is all r born and spent the greater part of mistake, for they havu. different aphis life at lluckeye. petites and different demands. It It Paralysis was the Immediate cause alright to have an Ideal average rn of his death. He was married while tion to si'rve ns a gulike, but It mux! young, to .Miss Alllce Totten, to this not bo expected to work out Individ union were born, Ida, deceased, V. uatly. II. Ruy, Pierson lllinioi, Cordelia Davis, lluckeye, II. T. Ray. Decatur, WHY FOWLS EAT THEIR EGGS Hellle Hardin, Wasaukee Wisconsin, L. IJ. Itay, Kdmond, Okla., Kuth L, Habit Usually Begins Through 3om Accident and Sprssds Rapidly Ray, Pierson Illinois. Through Flock. Mr. Ituy was a venerated citizen, not only was he honored and Moved V.sk lilting usually begin throuch but he gave honor and strong broth- accident by eggs being broken oi erly love in return. He was a man frozen ami generally when It gels of the greatest humility, he was in started In n llock egg enllng becomes deed a humble man, this rare humil a serious vice, inasmuch as chickens ity and brotherly love shone out as sn very fond of eggs when they have lo est them, nnd the habit. his greatest virtues. He loved hum-bl- e learned quickly spreads from fowl tn fowl. people, he loved the humble side of life In every thing. Yet he wns SELECTION OF RIGHT BREED progressive, stood for the most ad- anced interest of his family, neigh Making Choice On Must eo'dt1 bor and countr)--. ' Whether Eggs or Meat or Both He was a dear father, Idolized by Combined Is Desired. his children, accepted in everything Your thicken breed must be select it was always "IV, filling u place to ed with a purpose In view. Do you the depth of Fatherhood. The afflicted old wife and children, want egjfT Do you want meat! Or" mourn you deur father, but as one do you want rirgs and meat combined l.'urh of these purpose bare breesj or that liveth. breeds esiiecially. Michenl Ray, of lluckeye died on vprn un, aged u years, lie was i Ray. planter satisfies because it is simple nnd because it plants com the way you want it planted. A stronir feature is the ad justable runner frame, kecnina the runners even nnd the hoppers level, no matter what the height or speed of yotlr team. This mean accurate dropping and even checking instead of zig zag. It is a very convenient nlnntrr nnrler nil rnnrlillnn The International is the com planter that deserves to be looked over by every farmer who wants to get the most cut of his cornfields. It wastes neither seed nor ground, it handles easily, and it lasts as long as any farmer could ask. Come in the first time it is convenient and study an International planter. Made in five styles own the style that suits you. International corn jSt CORN PLANTERS, DISK HARROWS, i 9 i TOBACCO SETTERS, Hoosier and Superior One Horse Corn Planters. Headquarters for International Farm Machinery. mi re! HASELDEN . BROS. 'r2i b$HK!XMMMa3BAaMBalBBBW The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, April 5, 920 I 1 5 FOOTWEAR SPECIAL SUITS and COATS 25 per cent off of all Coats and Suits. $18.00 5MDUSES The kind you would want Reduced to $9.98. $15.00 to $7.75. For This Week's Special see that PATENT PUMP $11.50 reduced to We make a specialty of fitting feet. For CASH Only. A Beautiful Line of Silk Waists at $5.98. The Joseph Mercantile Gompany. ONE PRICE STORE. SEE OUR RUG DEPARTMENT QUALITY OUR MOTTO. affair wns molt delightful. Those present were Mr. nnil Mrs. J. K. Dickerson and family, Mrs. Sallie Sanders, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley Dickerson, of .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchison and little daughter of Danville. IS: STILL TRIMMING OUR PRICES-NO- T OUR CUSTOMERS POST-OFFIC- BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. We will Sell you Riding Oliver plow t $62.50, Oliver Disc Harrow at $55.00, Oliver WalUing Plow at $18 and $20. Mrs, Joe Francis nnd Mrs. J. M. Oliver Cultivator at $55.00, John Deere Cultivator at $55.00, Farra left today for n two weeks stay John Deere Harrow at $55.00, John Deere Mower at $72.50. at Martinsville, Ind. Collars, Hamcf, Breeching, Check Lines, Buggy Harness, Stoves Mr, and Mrs. Gorge Hrown nnd and most anything at REDUCED PRICES. Pitless Scales $95. daughter, Miss Klsie, were the guests Garden Seed Four Cents a Package. Mrs. Mlley Mr. A WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD E J. It. Moormnn, Mr, and Mrs (iulley are spending the day In Lexington. Mrs. F. H. Marksbury, Misses Mar-thand Helen Gill were visitors in Lexington Tuesday. Mr. D. Sunday of .Mrs. and J. R. MOUNT The Q Deal House. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Kinnaird left yesterdny nftemoon for New Orleans where they will attend the American Gsisjs Iff Tfwxt Vs Art Ultrtittd In. Medical Association and see the interesting sites in the old Southern cjty. While there Dr. Kinnaird will Miss Ophelia Carroll Halley, Mrs. J. S. Gilbert wu In Danville of take a two weeks course in Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn and chilguest of her sister, work at Tulane University. the past week. dren of Lexington, visited Mr. and Stanford, is the Mrs. K. I'rescott Hrown and Mr. D. Gulley Sunday. MIm Julia Iteid ha returned from Mrs. Rev. C. T. Hrummctt, who has lived Hrown, on Danville avenue. a few days visit to Louisville. among us for many years, sold his is the Mrs. Perkins of Stanford, Mrs. Robert Hlanton hail for din- place recently to Mr. II. C. Hamilton, MIm Alma I. oar has Iwen the guest guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charlie ner guests Wednesday, Mrs. J. K. and will leave in a few days for Thompson on Maple avenue. K. C. Lisle in Winchester. of Mrs. and guest, and Mrs. Mary Chen-atInd., to make his home. Mr. and Mrs. George Hobinson, Ware. and Mrs. Mr. Robert Honaker of Lexington, Hr will live with his son who has livMisses Fannie and Hettie West have was n viilter In Lancaster Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jut. I. Hamilton, Mr. ed there for several years. The best been recent visitors in Danville. nnd Mrs. Itoss llastin spent Sunday at wishes of his friends go with him. Min Kmma Doty has returned Mrs. Annn Hubble and daughter, lluena Vista as guests of Mr. Hamilfrom n visit to relatives in Kirhmond. Mrs. W. R. Cook was hostess yesMattie Mae, have returned from n ton's mother, Mrs. Mary Fox. terday for the last of tliu redes of Miis K.lltli Moore vUite.l MIu visit to relatives at Iledgevillc. Hay, Mr. bridge luncheons. The club will conMr. nnd Mrs. Itoyston Derothy Moss nt Stanford last week. Mrs. Louis Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Huford Smith, Misses Kmma tinue under the same nnme with anMrs. Jack Casny has joined her lluntskle. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton Smith, Alice and Lidn Mne Itny were other time of meeting, and probably tlit guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs,, other plans than they have pursued Friday. . husband at Itockfort, Illinois, for n were visitors in Danville hi the pnst, but the personnel of the F.lijuh Mc.Milliun. visit. Mrs. K. C. Lisle and little daughter club will be tho same. Mrs. C. I'. Miss Lavcrnc Hicks entertained n Cecil Jr., got top score yesterday and Mrs. Mattfe Dunenn and Mrs. S. C. Elisabeth, of Winchester, are guests few friends Saturday evening at her received the prize. Miss Amelia Denny bare keen recent visiters inJ of Miss Almn Lear near Lanrnstcr. suburban home on Danville road in Craig will entertain the club next Itanvlllo. Miss Kinmn Odor, of Paint Lick, Is honor of Mr. Halph , Snyder of Ijiw- - week. Danville Messenger. Miss Sue Shalhy Mason has return- spending several weeks with Mrs, renceburg. The affair was a most ed from a visit to Mr. W. It. Ook In Luther Glbbs on Lexington avenue delightful one. It is hopcil every Mayor who heads Danville. the "Spring drive against rubbish" Miss Edna HerKele, who is teach' Misses Mae Hrown of Washington, is as shining an example In his own Dr. and Mrs. J. 11. Kinnalrd left ing in Mt Sterling, will spend the D. C, Mario Hay and Norma Hums premises to his fellow citizens ns is Tuesday for two weeks visit In New week end here with her aunt, Miss Montgomery of ilryantsville wero the our Mayor Dunenn. There is tin apOrleans. I.ravy Dunn. guests Sunday of Mrs. I. S. Nnylnr pealing charm ubout n house that has nnd Mr. Nay lor on the Lexington sheltered a family for generations Mr. and Mrs. Prctcotl Drown have Mr. J. W. Acey, of Stanford, has pike. nnd continues to be its cherished returned from u visit to relatives in been a recent visitor of hi wife. Stanford. who is with her mother, Mrs. Klin We were in error when wo stated home, as is the Duncan place which beth Hughes. the past week that Miss Katto Darncs is a picture of quaintness nnd scrupuMr. Jonnnn Hall is visiting her s All who have Dickerson guve a dinner party when lous daughter, Mrs. ilohon Campbell in glimpse of this delightful old Mrs. Mary Kpping of Louisville, it should have been Misses Minnie Stanford. and Mrs. Joe Itenncr, of Cincinnati, Mao Hobinson nnd Kntie Harnes homestead are thankful for this view Mrs. W. M. Smith is visiting her tiro here visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. It. Zim Dickerson entertained with a dinner of an old time charm, order and sesitters, Mesdames Sum Castello and mtr on Danville street. party at the pretty new home of Miss renity. Leslie (ireen at Danville this week. Hobinson on Stanford road. tint., mmtn Til Itinnv frtnnila Mr. J. 0. Otborn, of the Univer Mrs. Ilelle Henderson, who has sity of Kentucky, at Lexington, was The Woman's Club met Thursday during their residence in will regret the removal to Huston-- 1 been visiting her neiec, Miss Kiln the. week end guest of Miss May afternoon at their rooms on Lexing Dunn, hni returned to her home In Hrown nt tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs. ton Street. Mrs. F. 11. Mnrksbury, vlllo of Mr. S. X. VuuKhh and family Garrard. was leader assisted by Mrs. It. K. Mc which will occur shortly. Mr. RayThomas Hay. Huberts, Mrs. J, K. Stormes, Mrs. mond Haselden will occupy the handTheodore Currey, .Mrs, E. C. Gaines some home vacated by them, after and Miss Helen Gill. There were some alterations arc made in the house. This being the beautiful Hill ubout twenty members present. place lately disposed of by Mrs. Mrs. Luther Cbbs gave a dinner Chairs Walter. It Is hoped the changMonday in honor of .Mrs. Theodore es are minor ones and that the melWinterinifth, of Louisville. Those low churni of the house will remain present wero Mrs. Winter-smith- , .Mrs, undisturbed. W. It. Cook, of Danville, Miss Kmma Mrs. R. K. Mc Roberts entcrtuined O.lor, of I'aint Lick, Mrs. K. L, Ows ley, Mr. Clay Sutton, Miss Sue Shel Saturday afternoon at her home on Danville avenue in honor of her by Milton and Mrs. Louis Lnndrani. mother, Mrs. Lettie Ware. The table Mrs. Hubert Kinnalrd entertained had for its center piece u basket tilled u few friends tho past week ut her with buttercups. Ice cream, cakes home on Maple avenue in honor of and coffee were served. The guests 1917 Model Ford Touring Car at a Bargain. her birthday celebration. Delicious were Mrs. Ware, Mr. K. L. Owsley, refreshments were served. Tho house Mrs. Martha Frisbie, Mrs. Mary Chen-nul- t, was beautifully decorated with jonMrs. II. A. II. Marksbury and quils and other spring Mowers. The Mrs. Chenault of Richmond. Mrs. hugo birthday cake was cut with McRoberts was ussisted In entertaingood wishes for her future happiness ing by Mrs. J. W. Elmore and Mrs. LANCASTER, Ky. and many returns of the day. The K. H. Hourlund. The afternoon was utfuir proved a charming one. thoroughly enjoyed by the guests. re dt U-titi-a across-garden- Gossip About People Jennie K. Mavln mnde an visit to her cousins, the Micscs Iliggins, on Hlchmoml road Mrs Hire Woods and Major and last week. Mrs. McKeniie Davison were in DanMrs . Theodore Wintcrsmith, of ville recently. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cook. K. I Mtss May Hrown, of Washington, of Danville, were guests of Mrs. Owsley, Sunday. D. C, is visiting frends and relatives . In this vicinity. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Cnstello, Mrs. Leslie Green and children of Danville Mr. Halph Snyder, of has been visiting his cousin, were the guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith. Miss Laverne Hicks. Kastcr-lid- c & CO. Dr. and .Mrs. M. S. Hnttlcld and Mr nnd Mrs. K. C. Gaines, and son Claude Hlce, were In Louisville for u Miss Sallie Lutz, spent last Sunday in Crab Orchard, the guests of relafew days last week. tives and friends. Miss Carrie Itcid left yesterday for Indianapolis to visit her sister, Mrs. Miss Marie liny entertained nt a William White of that city. party at the home of her .Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hrown, SatMrs. Mike Hnys and pretty little urday evening, in honor of Miss May daughter, returned to their home in Hrown of Washington, I). C, and Mr. Louisville, after a visit to her parents J. O. Osborn, of Lexington Ky. The Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Z.anone. guests numbered about fifty nnd nil Mr. J. S. Haselden left for Stutt- pronounce the party a most enjoyable gart, Ark., last Monday for a stay of occasion. He will conduct a large two weeks. Miss Frances Long gave a delightlot sale in that city next Saturday. ful little party at her home on RichThe numerous friends of Miss Julia mond street last Tuesday evening, in Zanone will be glad to learn that she honor of her little friend. Miss Jane Hays. Afterward they had a picture is improving after nn illness of several weeks and hope that she may be show party, going from there to soon restored to her usual good Stormes Drug Store, where refreshments were served. Bcsirfo the guest health. grand-parent- The following Invitations hnvo been received by Lancatter relatives, "Reverend and Mrs. Rutherford Edwin Douglas request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Drusilla Rutherford to Mr. Charles McEackln Powell, junior on Thursday evening, April the twenty ninth at nine o'clock First Presbyterinn Church, Macon, Georgia." Mrs. Douglas was Miss Letcher, of Richmond and frequently visited her of honor and hostess the following cousin, Mrs. E. L, Owsley. were included In the party: Misses Dorothy Dunlap, Helen Stapp, GeorGood Seed Corn at Garrard gia Moore and Ida Hurnside. Co. for $3.50 per bushel. The "Birthday Social" given by the FOR SALE Three sows and pigs Adult and Junior Division of the about three weeks old. Phone 347-1Missionary Society, at the Methodist W. II. Griggs. church, last Frday night was quite a FOR SALE Four or five stacks of Mrs. Harry Tomlinson and success. Miss Katie Harnes Dickerson render- good timothy hay. Ashby Arnold. ed some splendid music. Mrs. J. It. Harris nnd Mrs. F. D. Palmetcr gnve FOR SALE: Thoroughbred white come good readings. A lot of merri-- 1 ment was created over putting the I Plymouth Rock eggs. $1.50 a setting. , , . I r money into . I uirmuny jar. some Reduced prices on incubator lots. me f.i Mrs. J. K. Sanders, in order to conceal their ages put In Hubble, Ky. as much ns one dollar. The proceeds will be used in the local work of the FOR SALE: White Wyandotte Missionary Society. After refresh-- 1 eggs. $1.00 for 13. menu were served, an effort wns Mrs. W. II. Hamilton, Star Route, made to organize nn Epworth League Lancaster Ky. of which several young people agreed to become members. j Notice. 1. lt-p- One of the most beautiful events of the spring season was the dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy Sunday, ut their home in Bryants-villin honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Sanders, of Lancaster. The home was decorated with ferns, palms nnd white Mowers. The table had for its' center piece n basket filled with white Mowers. An elegant six course din-- j ner wns served and as far as possible) tho color motif of green and white was carried out in each course. The ' e, Owing to Increased business at my home office in Danville, it will not be possible for me to make cny mere trips to towns outside of Danville, but will be found tlx days in each week nt my home office, over Ky. Chcs-nut-Salt- cr Hardware Store, Danville, J. J. BYRNE, Exclusive Optometrist. Hawaii's Flora, of lloueriu; llti vviill ha 000 spci-iito Hit- - Mund Itself. plant s Vftm arr Umilc& tn allrittt a . pritiatr rrrilnl lit ellir (Untcrtmt (Jhrortrt Autrrlca'o CraMnn fflalr (rtuarirt nt Smuauu COjjrra Sjmiiir tituustrr, lirulMiku. an FOE SALE fflrfturailatf tiuuuuy, April 2 hit at rinjjl n'tlnrk (On tljin urVasimt Cl)c Stock General Merchandise and Fixtures. Possession at Once. (Ouurlri rmuiritt tljat JHr. Eljiimau A. EMium'n rrrrut laburatnrjj of tljrir unirru lir Iraru 3t lit rinnuariumi COY SANDERS AtiuilltaHtr will br btj tath at Intro&urllnit unit). bum lanrr'f uirnra roll, wrilr ur pljmtr Driumra Sruu ftlnrr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 15,1920 Just Back From Market WITH A BIG LINE OF NEW GOODS IN SILK LINED CLOTHING, SILK AND RUSSIAN CORD SHIRTS, SHOES All Styles and Newest Productions. THEN KICK BECAUSE HE CAN'T GET DELIVERIES. HE HAS THEM IN THE HOUSE. BATSON GOES AND GETS 'EM DON'T BUY GOODS OF DRUMMERS REASONS WHY HE CAN SELL 5 TO 15 PER CENT. CHEAPER'THAN OTHER HOUSES. 1st Buys every dollars worth for Cash. 2nd On Side Street and low expense. 3rd .Discounts all bills. 4th Willing to work himself. 5th Willing to take small profit. 6th Old Merchant, knows how to buy. 7th- - Works for Volume and not prices in sales. - Prices 5 to 15 Ppr Ppnt Phpfln vncap er Than Other "Flnnse; REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY FROM HIM: 2ml 3rd 4th 5th He has best selections. Gives best Service. Marks his goods in Plain Figures. One price to all alike. Don't get mad if you don't buy. Cash, no bad debts to lose. Sells Don't press you to buy. j fr BEST SELECTIONS IN .ALL LINES. ONLY LOOK. BATSONS Cheap Cash Store LEXINGTON STREET. grand-childre- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. . GUNN'S CHAPEL. Mr. W. B. Ray Is ill. Mcsirt Charles and Howard LJand have purchased a Ford runabout. Mr. Porter Parson of near Hockley spent Sunday with friends here. Mrs. Robert Long and family of Lancaster visited Mrs. W. B. Ray on Sunday. Mrs. Forrest Stapp of Lancaster visited her sister, Mrs. H. M. Kurtz Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. HI rani Land and sons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ross. Mr. and Mrs. lUwey Tenter Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Chandler in Lancaster. Master Daniel Kopl was seriously injured when he fell from a barn loft at his home one day Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. James Land, and Miss Allene McCulley were gucsta of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Simpson and Miis Thelmn Simpson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land. Master Klein (I row, Mr. Charles and Miss Inez Land were dinner guests of Mr. And Mrs. John Land Sunday. Mrs. J. II. Ilollon, Master Charles Ilyrd and Miss Ruth Ilollon left Wednesday to Join Mr. J. II. Ilollon in I Ian ley. Mrs. E. Wnllur, of Louisville and Tulsa Oklahoma, where they will Mrs. Mollie Brown of Luncuttcr, have , Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and returned home after u few days stay Miss Mar' Lee Kurtz entertained the with Mr. and Mrs. Linzy Ray nnd following young people Sunday, Mrs. Mike Ray. Cecil Ray aged about 2 months, Misses Dernice Broaddus, Annie Mae, son of Mr.' nnd Mrs. Lige Ray Jr., Kthyl Ray, Sallie Lou Tenter, Messrs Crnnfell of Georgetown, John San- died Friday vith whooping cough. ders of Madison and Hubert May, After funeral services at the church .Saturday morning, he was laid to rest Howard Land and James It. Anion. in the cemetery here. tnt n children and at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Morford were in Crab Orchard Monday guests of Mrs. L .L. Sanders. Mr. Cranfill of Georgetown spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and family. Misses Lucille and Hope ganders spent Wednesday in Nichoiasville with Mrs. W. II. Gulley. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel and daugh ter, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel in Madison county Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Sanders, Mrs. Hiram Ray and Mrs. Nora Teater spent Wednesday in Lexington. Mr. und Mrs. Lilian! Miles of Nicholasville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C Miles and family Sumluy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ottis Ray Bogie nnd daughter, of Lexington were guests of Mr. nnd Mrr. Lenzy Ray Suturdny and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Dnlley and daughters, Dorothy and Christine, were guests of relatives near Bryants-llli- ! Sunduy. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford, Misses Christine Morford, Vlrgic Watts and W, D. Morford were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clylc Brumfleld, Sunday at urday. Mr. Dillard Littrell has returned to Blairsburg Iowa where he hns a MswaBuaicx9cx3oacxiQaMQDauaTi Classified Column position. Mrs. Belle Simpson spent Friday RATES i night with her daughter Mrs. Lovie Single insertions lc a word Anderson. No ad taken for lets than 20c Mrs. Amanda Clouse spent Thursin this column. No ads In this night with Mrs. Ever-ett- e day and Friday Anderson. column charged. James E., the little 2 months baby Seven insertions for the of Mrs. Everette Anderson is very 111 price of five. with pneumonia. Phone orders mutt be paid Miss Maudie Clouse was the afterpromptly. noon guest of her sister, Mrs. Myrnie Locker, Friday. Murphy Misses Hnllie nnd Delia Small house for rent. were the guests of Mrs. Robert Whit-take- r I. P. Thompson. Saturday nighL Mr. Meldren Simpson was the visFresh light rolls and bread every itor of his brother und wife, Mr. and day at Hotel Kengarlan. Mrs. Dillard Simpson Sunday. FOR SALE Extension table nnd Miss Sinnie Cummins will resume Mrs. E. P. Brown. kitchen safe. her school here next week. " Mrs Mrs. Martha Multon nnd Mr. and Lew Demlon of Danville Illinois nre Have a client who will buy a few visiting relatives here. Liberty Bonds. 0. C. Walker. FOR SALE about 25 barrels of FOR SALE: A few tons of best timothy hay, a good family mare, 5 good corn. See Milton Ward on farm, years old. J. W. Elmore. or call me at Paint Lick exchange, R. II. Ward. 4t. Paint Lick, Ky. FOR SALE: About 10 tons of timothy hay and 6 ton of clover, all FARMS FOR SALE If you are In V. A. Lear. the Market for a good grain o rtobnc-c- o baled. farm write me. I have them from FOR SALE Thoroughbred Barred 40 to 200 acres. Priced from $30 Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 per setting of to $200 per acre. Liberal terms on most of them. Can arrange for Im15. Phono 382-13- - 25-7Mrs. Taylor House, mediate possession on some. 11. Warren B. Murray. 3 FOR SALK Connersville, Ind. R. R. (5. full stock Brown X Leghorn Eggs, 15 for $1.00. Reference First National Bank of Mrs. Chas. Dillon, Paint Lick, Ky. Connersville. 13-15 1 4- - tf. , e. Buena Vista Jud Tunklns. " SALESMEN WANTKD J ml TunUtis snys some of Otu to sell to rlvnlrlM In I'nrsnlpvlllo have the consumer. Big pay. Easy work. bei'n rnuicd by the honest detlnt of Coy Sunders, Lancaster, Ky. different penplo to"vork hard nnd shove n rent good llino. everj Ixwly FOR SALE A sow and pigs. Marshall Sutton, Lancaster KoutuS. A Pioneer, TIip tlrot American womiin to enter the foreign mlmlon Held in n auntllled phynlclau was Mist Ourii Swuln, n - FOR SALE Wind Mill and pumr grndunte of the Woman's Medical col- in good condition. B. A. Dawes. lege of Philadelphia, who went to InBryanUvllle, Ky. dia half a century npi. FOit SALE: 0 good steers, weigh COO pounds. Clayton Marsee. It. Sale. If you are thinking of selling your On SATURDAY, farm at Auction, see Green Clay WalAPRIL 17lh ker, representing O. T. Wallace and nt three o'clock. P. M., I will tell the Company, 305 Trust Building, Lex- following property of S. D. Roth.'!', ington. deceased, consisting of one bed stead, springs nnd mattress; some ExGARAGE DEATHERAGE bed clothes, one trunk, one stove, pert repairing on nil cars. Prompt one table, one watch nnd some other service and a square deal. Located things. , nt the S. II. Estes Livery Stable. Terms cash. l. 204. Phone L. W. McQuerry. 4.8-7t-- Public Admr. WANTED) A tenant of experience to raise tobacco ou a Fayette county afrm. (Jail (iH-Hryants- villu exchange. 3.17-5- t pd. Mottle Hampton. - K. D. 2. Paint Lick Ky. I Whn Sugar Coit Rest Monty. i FOR SALE: Seven room house on J Maple Avenue, now occupied by Clay-- 1 ton Marsee. Ciln arrange to give; poisesiion about Mny 1st. Stik'iir omit Mild as hlKh us f.'Jts a pound, but ltd u In tli earlier days of Its production (from 13T2 to 110)). (LC. Walker. 4 iWtffctfK School News. Prof. Abncr was in Lancaster Saturday. The, Flower Club of the school is making pluns for the school beds. The three seniors from the School have come to finish the term with the seniors here. A genuine feast will be given at the Buenn Vista High School Build. !ng Friday evening, April 10, ut 7:30 P. M. Pies, ice cream cones and candy galore will be sold on a side line. Entertainment will be given in the term of special music by thu muA real sicians from Hedgeville. rollicking time for young folks. Come with the prospect of being fed and entertained. It. ' FOR SALE A cut under rubber tire trap in good condition. !!. G. Crutchflcld nt Garrard Mill. BUCKEYE Mr. Tom COY re-ce- tn Mr. James Llttrcll Is better. Richmond. Mr. James Henry Clouse was a Mr. Hiram Ray visited relatives at guest of Mr. Robert Whittakcr. Bourne last week. Mr. Harrison Ray and mother were Miss Ruth Ray left Saturday for in town Saturday. Pearson Illinois. Mrs. Abe Burton spent the week Mr., Tom Morford is in Louisville end with relatives in Madison. tay. for, a Mrs. Belle Simpson was the guest Miss Lillie Doolin of Bourne Is vis- of her father, Mr. James Littrell Suniting Miss Lovie Brown. day. Messrs Allle and Tommle Murphy Mrs. Pcrmella Bogie is at Bohon visiting Mrs. Shelton Teater. were pleasant guests at Coy SaturMiss Nettie Ray entertained sever-- , day. Mrs. Belle Simpson and daughter, al of her relatives at dinner Sunday. shopping Sat Mrs- - Mai Carter entertained her Virginia were in town Pleratt spent Sunday at fewd S. C. Rhode Island Reds ExclusiveFOR SALE: A Vabinct grand ly large size and a rich dark red. piano, in first class condition, Good laying strain. Eggs $1,50 for Mrs. J. A. Anion. tf. 15 or $2.50 for 30. Phone 40-FOR RENT: 100 acres of blue tf Mrs. E. W. Perkins, Bryantsville. grass for grazing. Cuttle only, plenFOR SALE About 100 barrels Fisher Herring. ty of wuter. of good white corn. By barrel or load. See or cull me at my home. Jas. A. Scott Lancaster Ky. FOR SALE: Buff Plymouth Rock eggs for setting. IB for, $1.00, Star Route. Phone 303G. pd. Mrs. Mary Doty, Phone 47-Bryantsville, Ky, WE BUY, raUe, and sell anirabbits and other WANTED Will want grazing for 25 to 50 steer cattle. Will either mals. Place your order with us, and pasture by the month or rent the list what ever stock you have with us, grass by the acre. Z. T. Rice & Co. stating lowest flat prices on large Phone 347.A, or. address Z. T. Rice, shipments, Address 615-51N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D. Richmond. Ky. J. J. Hazelwood Sanatorium tht Twtmtnt For of 42t. (or the sdiuati treatment vt tuber, culoilt In all its liijti at l.u TuhtreufotU Malntilnc! by tht LouiivUe nn. lUtrt 515.00 4.1-3t-p- g fur-beari- board, medical attention, laundry, etc. Illh ground DelightlUmMfm pjr rk, itu ful surroundings. Special rales (or wUUni In l'olm.,1 II umw,, tbwil somIM. 7 I KaOCgy The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday April 15, 1920 MONEY IN FOWLS FOR FARM WOMEN ' 1 WOLF TRAIL!. DC DC DC sick list. Mr. Jonh Dailcy has been on tho Number of Chickens Kept Usual-l- y Determined by Time and Skill Devoted to Them. EARNINGS OF CLUB MEMERS Member of Club Formed by Depart-mcn- t of Agrlculturt Art Taught the Best and Moil Special for the Ladies Announcing1 Mm. Homer liny entertained soma relative's nnd friend Sunday. Miss Myrtle Tenter wns the dinner guest of Miss Hert Dnlley Sunday. Mrs. Mosc Kay wa n guest of Mrs. I'owcll Dalley Sunday nfternoon. Mr. nml Mr. Ilirnm Lund nnd nt- -, Sunday with tractive little sons rclntivcs. Mr. nnd Mrr. Jnmcs Land spent .Sunday afiemom with Mr. nml Mrs. Irvin Simpson, Misses Hemic and Hernicc Tenter y were with Mr. Hugh Mohcrlcy afternoon. Mrs. I'reston of Poor Illdgc is here for a week stay with her daughter, Mrs. Homer Kay. Mcsdnmca Abe Ilolton and Everett (row visited Mcsdnme I.igc Ilolton nnd Hobart Grow. Mf. nnd Mrs. S. S. Sebastian of Njeholnrvillr were week end guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Ottis Stotts. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis nnd little daughter, were with Mr. nnd .Mrs. Irvin Simpson Sunday night. Mr. nnd Mrr. Wilbert Dailcy und aon tpent the day Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Sebastian nf Ninn. Some of the farmer in this vicinity seem to think that their tobacco plants arc not killed hut badly woundu-Fri-dn- Extra Values In Poultry Method. t?nll1 of Acrtrulture ) anit eggs furnish many farm women with mo of ttn rnnm-- they spend mi thtmeltc ntxl their children, The niiiotint of butter n womnn sell (1MrnM pretty much on the numler nf rows her liulinnil l will Ing to keep, Tin number of chicken", howeter, I Usually determined hy her klll nml hy the amount of time he ran detote- - to raring fur ihem. Club Member Taught The women who belong to rltih liy tl department of ncrictil ture nml the MHte college are taught anil niot the method of rnrltiK for (Miultry. The membr are nl helped In organising egg nml circle whlrli win We them to price for their product obtain One egg circle In Hernando nuiM I lorldn. In three month Mil ll.HMi.7it worth of poultry ami egg. In one month the member hliHil l,(e ege. I.gg circle Kuarantee their pn.ltirt to he freh, ami there ! alva a hy (l'rTrt ment U Hlntr Depart- Itutirr Wearing1 Apparel. RIGHT NOW IS THE TIME TO GET TfiAT WONETeRFUL SUIT BARGAIN YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR UNTIL AFTER EASTER. YOU WILL HAVE TO COME QUICKLY let UM-dnf- IF YOU WANT TO r FIND ANY OF THESE SPECIALLY REDUCED ONES LEFT. WE HAVE A FEW LEFT FROM OUR PRE-EASTER ed. TRADE CHILDREN. fox market for guaranteed egg. AND WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR OUR NEW SUMMER STOCK. Meters Harrison Lilian! Dailcy and WVldnn I). Simpion, were visitors cf Mnster Ccplms Davis Wednesday night. Matter Elgin Kay and one of his cousins nnd Mr. Jasper Hay spent Saturday night with Mnstcrs Elmer and Joe Hay. Messrs Tom Price and Earl Dailcy, .Misses Bert Dailcy and Tliclmn Simpson attended the show at Saturday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Hay, Mr?. Allen Tenter, MIm Myrtle Tenter nnd Clelland Duiley were shoppers in Lancaster Saturday- - afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dniley nnd daughters were in .Madison Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mane Murphy. Mr. and Mr. Royston Ray nnd interesting little ton nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Smith were cntcrtnincd'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMil-lin- n Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Casey entertained nt dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks and childrifn a&d other J. It. Sparks and ton, Mr. and Mrs. relatives. Mr. and Mr. Walter Casey nnd children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Mobcrley nnd daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Moberley spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley. Marriage as a Lottery. If n young man wen1 as proiperous after ho tnnrrles as while he enihtge there would lx less lottery nnd morev millinery In mnrrlage. Dallas Ncwsl I One of the home detromMnitbm rluh In Prince ISdwnrd enmity. member Virginia, cleared lnt year on EVERYTHING FOR WOMEN, MISSES AND J. E. Dickerson ... A .-- & 11 I Son PI il Where Fastidious people like to Trade. -L. Small Flock of Good Hem Will Supply Enough Eggt for the Average Family. twin-aged LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. II egg and chlrke, nml she hnrs nil l.er feed. Hhe claim S lien. If rightly, will enable a woman to keep up her tnhle ami to dre welt Next year her egg money will he ted to send her loy to college Two Vital Point. A poultry cluh In Toffee comity. M MM Tenneee, In 12 month ha worth of poultry from a flock of Tie member of thro club are taHght how to weed out poor layer ntHl Ihw to select ' good telling egg hy the specialist. Often the differ-encbetween niwim ami failure for In the poultryinmi or womnn Hi knowledge on thce two point. e DC 31 II U LIZZIE 111 LANCASTER WILL VCT MnTHD 171 TlircnAV Advance Committee Here Last plete Plans For Arrival Motorcade This Acrerdint: to Chairman It. 1 HI-k- KEEPING CLOSELY IN TOUCH other ritie route af the "Farm Truck Demon-trntlon- " tour to welcome them by tlrerr1 ment the t'ntte.1 State Depart- here, Tuenlay nfternoon, April Oth. of Acrtevlture.) nctinc on the committee Tanner who ell tegetahle orolhei Other produce to coiwumcr or retail here are: John Fnrra, Judee U U farm More flml that taking wln to Inform Walker, It. Kinnnrd and J. (I. A ha ml will nccompany the theuttelvc on the condition of tlx market h very nturh worthwhile. Frequently a telephone lmUlry or refer will reveal n to the local demand or Inrk of ilemntHl that erl MOD9PN FARMING WITM uly affect the value of one's product MOTOP TRUCK The Itifortnntlnn so obtained tuny me gest n delay In taking the produre to town, and glc the teller n consider ahly l'tter price tin tt he or he wouhl nthrnvlne have ohtnlned. In mhertM-HipkmI for delUery throtiKh jmrret t It li particularly ltiiortiuit that the fnniiiT keep cloely In lotirh wtlh the dcimuid nml tncten of inirtlM ruMouier. To ndwrtWe kmU nt the wrtmc time l In throw nway ihomot To offer them for ale at the mot fn vnrnlile time nt proper prlre ineun Kettlne the Inrcent return for oue' lahor nml liivetuient. Kin-nnr- Worth While for Farmer to Keep Him self Informed of Market Con 'dltlon Otfore Selling. Uncaitor will Join with tho nloni; the town nml provided. Oeoruc F. Smith, one of the ad- I OmU ADDfl vnnce m,-- here in an interview with Thursdny, said: u Record reporter, Motorizing tho farm i the big Wqek To Com- movement in the automotive industry for the year 1020. It is the in of next bit; general development in that field. It is the next big step of proCity. gress in the agricultural sphere. Look thru the trade Journals and glance around nt the fnrms. ilcmonntrntion nnd welcome, change in truck design Uon nrrivnl here, from twenty-Av- e Most bring refinement instead of to fort) large und unmll ixcd tend to Here are pneumtalc will bu avnilahlc for free radical transformation. in this Any farmer or three outstanding feature demonstrations. movement: busines inn n desirinc n prnctical nnd First motor truck thorough demonstration of what n pneumntlc tired truck will do unSecond the Interest of the farmer der all condition, nil that is ncces-wir- y Third good road ,is for them to report to the The development of the motor i i WELCOME $1 00,000 'f"1 fn vehicle front train to market. The truck does nil this in one loading. A motor truck is tireless, it will work nt top of speed nil day long without injury to the machine nnd with multiple results to the farmer. It will perform the duties of many teams 6f horses and will do the work faster than nnimnls. Progress in agricultural development means motorization nml an investment in good stnndard truck by the farmer. It is n step toward progress. With the pneumatic' tired truck there is no danger of being stalled on a highway of in a field in transporting from place to place. The solid tired truck jiuccccdcd the horse, and the pneumatic tired "truck has ucceoded both the horse nnd the solid tired "truck and is, today the last word in truck-protntio- Dally Thought. lie who Imagines he can do without the world deceives himself much, but he who fancies the world rnnnnt do n it limit him Is still more mistaken.-Rochefoucauld. . ie uit tm 4H Sf -- Eskimo Women's Work. 'While I Uklmo men are hunting polar bear and wnlrus the women ami children are busy catching tho greater pnrt of the fish nndlilrds to be stored CARTERS VILLE. nwny for food supply during tho alz Mr. Preston Ward is very sick at months' winter. Rewarded Peary's Discovery. Robert l I Vary, then u commander of the Cnltcd Stntes navy, reached the North plo on April a IfM. The I'lilted State government rnlod him from tho rank of commander to that of rear admiral nt u reward for hi success In discovering the pole. Impossible. Prohnbly no married mnn, nn matter how well trained Ida hand nnd brain. I quick ennush to tnke hi knife nnd scrape up a small quantity of red rnspherry Jam, ' adulterated with rhulinrh, from the luncheon cloth without setting caught. Colum- this writing. Little leslle Hryunt is very sick at this writing. Mr. W .11. Creech is confined to her room with rheumatism. Miss Ijiuni McCrcnry visited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Miss Susie Allen was the guest of her cousin Miss Virgie Conn Sunday. Mis Thelma Robert nnd cousin, Nellie VIewr were in Cnrtersville on 1 1 Sunday. Mr. D. M. Carter purchused n loud of com' from Mr Alex Ingle for $8.75 A barrel. J. D. ami D. M. Carter were business callers in Lancaster on Tuesday of Inst week. y f Mr. C. II. Roop, mother and nelcc, were tlt? pleasant guesta of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. jtoop Sunday. Mrs. Jen" Davis and children, Mrs. and baby nnd Mr. nnd j Tom Uullard Mr. Znck Hester were tho guesta of Sunday. truck today has been so rapid thut!M"- - Sui, Sunday school wn organized both it stnn d as nearly nerfect as an uu- Methodist and llaptiit church I ut ,ne tomotivo vehicle can be. .Motor trucks cun now go Into the Sunday. Methodist beginning at 10 plowed field, gather un the hnv. do- - o'clock A. M. and the Huptlst at tutor or fruit, and in that single o'clock, P. M. bundling either deposit on the market Mr. nnd Mrs. E. K. Gnbbnrd and direct or In a storage elevator many baby of Uerea, and Mr. and Mr. Fred mile uwuy. There i not the trouble Anglin and little daughter, Christine, of hauling from the field to the rail- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wylie and baby d road by slow horso team process, Ralph, and Mr. aad Mrs. W. R. unloading at the destination, Involvwere the pleasant guests of Mr. ing probably another short haul by and Mr. D. L. (labbard Sunday. WOODLAND RANGE FOR FOWLS bia DUpttch. Mauritius Rich In Ferns. The Island of Mauritius. Ic than d tho area of Delawnre. hn E3ft native peie of ferns. Jnvn. a Utile larger than New York, ha while lirnill contains 3S7. All fiirnl'hes but 07 specie, tho are. tic tone '.M; North Ainerlcii. north of one-thirKu-ro- Hen Can Scratch Up Many Slug anc Worm and Catch All Kind of Bug and Beetle. t , i:-A tpeolnl reaon for woodland rnnp lam for Ihe lien I that he ran crnteli up o many und wonn. mm lrk hui:t nml lc'tttM from rotten wood and under hark, and rntrh nil plaee. kind of lnect In nrlott Thee bIvi pmU'ld whlrh are Tour Master. Major Thompson H.I fleet and give n concert upon In tgy; prolucHoii. Short ami the number of truck re-- . in the city square. Major A. L. Ford, (ieorge F. Smith, quired for the demonstration will be DANGER IN USING KEROSENE W, C. Wells and O. 0. Day were placed at the disposal of the person hero Inst Thursday completing the or persons desiring same. No truck, At Poultry Remedy It Should Never arrangements and were optimistic tire or trillion, or any other haul-- j B Qlven Internally Oil Will of tho programs of welcome being Ing equipment will be advertised nor! Caute Blistering. arranged in vuriou town to be vis- will any ule be made. The Central Truck-DealeAssocia. will arrive here in Kentucky The of keronenu na it liultry ited. Tbe fleet emeiily In ilnncrniu, It hould never the nfternoon of next Tuesday from tlon have seen the keen necessity transportation b Klviti Intenially, na reulta may llrynntiville where Clay Williams of of providing better n fucilitlc und with the visit here of provu falnl. It should never he um-the Hank of Uryantsville und J. cn the fowl, a It will cau hlUterlni Uullard will have charge of the the fleet, a practical demonstration 4 aoft part. nee-Harnr-riv- :.: Mexico, ha nlKint I7A ciHi-te- . i The Poet The poet doth not only show you Die way, but plveth so weet a pn-e- t Into the way, us will entlco any man to enter Into It; nay, ho doth, a If your journey should be through a fair vineyard, at tho very first give you a cluster of grapes, that full of Hut taito you may long to pas furHo conieth to you with ther word set In delightful proportion, and with a tale, forsooth, ho Cometh upon you; with a tale which holdeth lltllo children from play, and old tsett from the chimney corner. Sir Philip Sidney. -- ... f ue rs Hal-lar- Ho-ga- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April 15, 1920 NEW SPRING GOODS EVERYTHING FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS. New Goods Our stock it replete with all the new ideas and touches in men's and boy's wearing apparel for Spring and Summer 1920. We are fortunate through early purchases to be able to show you good clothes still at practically last season's prices. arriving daily. j Our stock of Men's Shoes is bigger and pret- tier than ever. Dark English shoes in selected kid stock will be very strong. .Beautiful showing of Italian Felt Hats, dozens of new thing, in Panama., Bangkok;, B.libuntle., fine Straw Sailor., etc light-weig- ht C TT T T CI .. Regal Caps, Grinnel Gloves, Arrow Shirts, Munsing and Cooper Underwear, Silk Ties, Silk Hosiery, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases in STILL AOC 1A 0C CII yLU) JUf UUp yuU fact : EVERYTHING FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN ANDBOYS. LOGAN MT. HEBRON Mr. and Mrs. IL L. Tracy are recovering from the flu. Mcsdnmcs A. S. and Irvin Dean were in Danville Saturday. Miss Oernle Montgomery it the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Naylor. A son of Mr. William Adams of Judion was interred in the ML Hebron 'cemetery last Thursday. Rev. D. F. Sebastian will fulfill his appointments here Saturday afternoon, Sunday morning and evening. IL AMD night and Sunday. ANDERSON Saturday . BROS., MR. SEHON LANCASTER, One Is Enough. KY. GUY. I vllle was the guest of her uncle. Mr. I. Grow and family bert Jennings and baby, of Nicholas-vill- c Homes nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Klbert Drum- field nnd daughter of Spcsrville. Miss Ituth Montgomery who has been seriously ill at Bereu for the The Call? Will Some One past two months has been removed to her home here and is doing nicely, Louisville, Ky. much to the gratification of the. famApril !. 1920. ily and her many friends who wish Dear Kditor. ' for her n'apcedy recovery As we are making n campaign for homes, we arc asking you to kindly publish this appeal. Cause for (Madness. Mr. and Mrs. Jeste Duncan and I Men The Kentucky Children's Home hnd not en tier grandchildren of Iiuena Vista, spent Sunmother since the chltil was a wetnlot. Society now in its Krccivinr Home, day with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean. linimliua rnme to them on a visit-slichildren. They in Louisville, 225 I'rmiil to 1m quite young looking and range in age from a few weeks to Mr. Perry Dennis who has been disstylish. After greetings went over eighteen years, the youngest being a charged from Camp Mill K. J., is Helen, standing at a distance, looked girl less than three weeks, and with his aunt Mrs. Elizabeth OnstolL at her grandparent and appralslngly little wild: "Grandma, I Is so glad you Is the oldest a girl, eighteen years of Miss Stella Mae Grow of Bryants-- j age, mi full of youngness." Owing to the fact that we have had no medium of telling the eitiiens the number of children we have, we have not had applications sufficient to place them in homes. We make this appeal to the citi zena, asking them to open their hearts .t anuatnomea to mese cnuuren. y many in the institution. There are and who are sweet and attractive, will radiate God's richest blessings tj-- .a 'is- - . bwisa" i .t . ' and sunshine to the families and homes who take them. The majority of these children are ready for homes and when you take one of them, you are obeying the In junction of our Savior, who said "In asmuch as ye have done It unto on of the least of these, ye have done it unto me" People who are not in a position to give n child good care and attention need not apply, for it is necessary for us to know that our children will be well cared for. If a large number of these children are placed in the next .10 or 00 days, we can relieve the counties of children who should be sent to us immediately, us it is impossible for us to tske them until we place those we now have in the ltecciving Home, and we hope that a great macy of our Kentucky families will at this special time, find it convenient td take one of From a Water Celor Rendering By Leo L. Oberwartt, A.LA, Architect, Frankfort, Ky. these children into their homes. For information address Kentucky rye it Tbs War Mothers of Kentucky, sn and electric car lines csailag late aad wbe took up arms at thelv Children's Home Society, Louisville, call; and, who gave leaving tbe Capital city, as well ss organization of the women Wberess. Tbls organisation has de- Ky., 1080 Baxter Avenue. pssslng along the Midland Trail. tbelr sons upon call of their govern- It Is proposed tbst each couuty of termined that such memorial should Thanking you for what you have ment that the world might be free, Kentucky be represented In tbe me- not be in tbe form of a moauaaeot, done in the past in the interest of our ftave determined tbst tbe patriotism morial by the Discing of a bronte tab- such as baa been customary la the work, I am .sad heroism of all Keutucklans In tbe let for each along the mala avenue of past, but a memorial that wlU ever be Yours very respectfully, late world wsr shall be memorialised the structure, tbe tablet to contslu the of use and benefit to the people ot George Sehon, SupL in a most lasting way by tbn building nsmes of tbe soldiers snd sailors tbe Kentucky while adorning tbe ap'of a memorial bridge scross tbe Ken- county furnished to the National Gov- proach to Kentucky's Cspltst aad cea Relics of Long Age. tucky Hirer st the State Capital. Tbls ernment In the war. Tbe entrance trlbutlog to making of the Capital A clothes cjicat Of King Charles I. splcodld monument, sbowu above, was arches of the structure will contain City of Kentucky a city all Ksa glvea tbe strongest endorsement by public comfort stations, rest rooms tucklsns will be proud of; now, there- bearing the Initials "ait." and crown realized S'.IX) at ltushbroka lustf, near tbe General Assembly of Keutucky st and drinking fountains, there will be fore. Be It resolved by the 8eeate and Bury St.. Kdmunds. nls sale of the rm-tenprojecting bays, with seats, on either te.aeaaloa Jest dosed, with tbe of this Kllzabethsn msnNion. tbst It be made a part of tbe side of tbe walk wsys of the bridge. House of Itepreaentattves e( Kentucky, Caat public highway scheme laid out Electric light standards ending lu flag that we do most heartily endorse tbls Two cambric day shirts and a nightpoles for decorative purposes wilt be worthy movement upea the part of the cap worn by Charles 1 realize! 152. A Kttfce Asaessbly. Mothers, plsced at the bays. Tbe approaches Wur Mother of the State snd sincere- silk brocade suit. nnltlne of rout, 'Tbe orasasliation of Wsr uults to the bridge North sod South wilt be ly hope tbst tbelr vision of s grest waistcoat, with sleeves, ami a pair of walea Is made up of county nlso worn by King each of tbe one hundred sod embellished with permanent landscape Memorial Bridge across the Kentucky ltlver at tbe Capital City will shortly Charles, brought 1183. A pair of slltc twenty co utiles of Kentucky, deter plantings. stockings of tin sume period, with colThat tbe Capltsl City of Kentucky be realized. mlaed to unite In a single memorial, And be It further resolved, we view ored zigzag stripes, made VM, and a by tbe combined efforts of tbe Is tbe proper setting for such a splenbullued (tainted leather, tSi. rousty orgaalsatloaa rather than scat- did memorial Is generally accepted by with approval tbe plan of having Jester's coot of decided tbst the people who bsve Interested them- each ot the one hundred acd twenty tered jnonumeats. They g selves In tbe project. People from counties of Kentucky represented la The Chlprmmk. the monument be aa emblem Tbe chipmunk Is a provident little the entire Commonwealth ; every section of Kentucky are In this iplenld Memorial llrldge tbe that It should be a practical, useful Frankfort dally. Tbst tbe General placing thereon of a breeze tablet chap, and stores up a prodigiousor quanmore memorial aad that It should be located Assembly held to this Ides Is shown containing the names ef tbe soldiers tity of food, sometimes a peck where It would be a spectacle to tbe by tbe following resolution o endorse- who served from tbe various counties, of nuta snd grains and when snugly greatest number of people of tbe Com-me- n ment which wss adopted unanimously sad with specJsl reference to those bidden In his winter burrow, the mouth of which he closes when tbe wbe gave up tbelr lives. wealth. A glance at the picture In both branches of that body: Wberess, The organisation kaewm We would urge upon tbe preseot cold season arrives, a bard winter has enow the very practical side of tbeso la oo terrors for him. Ilia enemies, the HOTsetioas. Tht bridge will cross the ss tbe Wsr Mothers of the State of SUte otBclals that they Kentucky Hirer at tbe head of Mslo Kentucky, made up of the patriotic every way with tbe War Mothers la bawks, owls snd weasels, may go hunrly the State gry, but safe In the bosom of tiaet la tbs city of Frankfort, Its women who gave tbelr sons to the this proJct,-partlculaaeatten. ed rsawsvg on Capitol ave-- cause of world freedom and sent theas Seed Department, which might make mother earth, with the warm manaae, a street one hundred sod fifty scross the seas to battle for that ef this structure part of tbe crest tle of anow above aha, tbe chipmunk feet am width aad eadtag with the new cause, waile Use, remaining at boats, hiajfeway scheme now belsg worked paases a cosy wlater, da the midst of gts.1t faimi aad Qeveraor's Maaeiea. serve their energy and Usse to every oat la Kentucky, aad weetd recoat romfort and plenty, dreaming of the eat te tbe next General Asieasbly fleas when tbe eoutA wtad will Mew ishtssatarsHT the na is asetgaea war effort festered by tbe National that they assist la making sack ssa sad the squirrel cups shall oaea once atrieUr la bamaay with the Capitol. OevtrassMt, Is bow eagaged la 1 pessJbte, Bort, Koys' Life. U east he eeea treat bth the steam asstlBff a State a (mortal to the r .nr. anu .ura. urow anil daughter Lucy and Mr. Hunter Uay were hte guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow nt Pleasant Hill Sunday. Mr. Steve Drumfield and family of Jessamine were the guests of his brother, Mr. Dillon! Brumfield and family here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark nnd daughter of Boyle nnd Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton Jr., of Lancaster, were the guesU of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery Sunday. Mr. B. A. Duncan underwent an operation at the Danville Hospital n tew days ago. Seven tumors wens taken from his neck. He is now at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Harri son Dean and is doing nicely. ... Mr. and Mrs. Ilnmlet Jennings en Mr. and Mr. Hen Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. El- - tertsined at dinner Sunday, Appeals For For Orphan Children Hd WAR MOTHERS' MEMORIAL BRIDGE TO SPAN KENTUCKY RIVER AT STATE CAPITAL .'.Jij FSil ' au-tol- st ts sug-bsatl- knee-breech- ., reprv-seatln- i Iniuuagre There an 3, 4 --'I In u In the world. and dialect Mrs. Mlley ilensley spent I'ridsy America has the crentet number of with Mrs, James Yantis. them. 1.02L Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley were vis itors of Lancaster friends Thursdsy, Needs Transmuting. l "Knowledge weallh. but the Mr. Oscar Lewis of Woodford was schoolteachers lell us the grocers re- visiting friends here the pnit week. accept It In lieu of rash for fuse to Mr. Green Poynter has purchased supplies. Boston Tranwripl. a handsome 7 passenger Maxwell auto. Taught Chinese Lacemsklng. The art of laremakliic was first Mjss Mollie Barnes spent the week tnusht to the Chinese of the Chefoo end in tanraster with Miss Hosa Tur ilutrlct by foreign missionaries about ner. twenty-fivyears ago. Tliry Mleved Drown and Mesdamrs Holman that by teaching lacemaklng tbe women nnd girts would find pmfltsble Hobert Griggs were visitors of Danwithin their own homes, snd ville Thursdsy, the subsequent spread of the IndusMrs. Mlley Beatley was a visitor try has fully Justified tbelr efforts. Tuesday of Mrsdames Matilda ColAlthough first taught In Chefon, Chi lins and Wm. Kinder. Una .leu was tli.t first illstrlct in Mrs. Henry' Tuttle returned home which lace wss "extensively made. Monday from a visit to friends and Barboursvillc. $5. Club relatives of Mrs. Ollie Graham spent Mr. and If there Is a worthy and needy call the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. for charity it is In far oil Armenia Tom Graham near Judion. and Syria, the countries that have Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward were been so cruelly treated and devasta guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ted by the German and Austrian ar- Clark of the Lexington Koad. mies, leaving thousands of little chil Mrs. Kngleman of North Dakota dren, women and men starving. was the guest Wednesday night' of We are instruments of God. God Mr, and Mrs. George Brown. uses us to achieve his purposes and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crews of we must help our brother Armenians Bourne, visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Just as we would want them to hel. Doolin for the day Wednesday. us were conditions reversed. Mr. and Mrs. William and Join the 15.00 Club, sending or handing your check to the Garrard family nnd Mrs. Wm. Walker motorBank and Trust Company, Mr. J. W. ed to Danville Saturday for the day Klmore being the Treasurer, same to Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner and be placed to the credit of the Armen- children of Marksbury were recent ian Fund or leave your donation at guests of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsee. the Joseph Mercantile Company. Mr. anil Mrs. .. T. and family of The following are the ones who Richmond were Sunday guests of now belong. In the name of our Mcsdames Carrie Davidson and Wm. Lord, be one to participate in this Sutton. noble and glorious work of upbuild Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson snd ing a fu'llen nation, nnd join today. two sons of Lancaster were Sunday MirnUn of $5.00 Club guests of his mother, Mrs. Carrie Bro. Moorman, Davidson. Itev. Palmeter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle, Mr. Kev. Hudson, J. P. Foley and nelce, Miss Lucy Kev. Strother, Turner attended church at Freedom J. S. Haselden, Sunday morning, Denny, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and J, M. Duncan, Mrs. C. It. Henry and two Interesting Jennie Duncan, children were Sunday visitors of Mr, Mrs. Msttie Duncan, and Mrs. James Yantis. Arch Walker. Mrs. C. It. Henry and children have Walker, Mrs. Arch 6 returned home, after spending sevP. B. Marksbury, eral days with Mr. and Mrs. John W. B. Burton. .1 Henry of the Fall Lick Itoad. A. T. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Griggs, Mr. A. D. Joseph, and Mrs .Wm. Griggs and two little F. S. Hughes, daughters spent Sunday with Mr. and J. IL Haselden Mrs. Joshua Griggs near Paint Lick. B. F. Hudson. Mrs. William Elliott. . Misses Anna Mae Llda Broaddus, H. V. Bastin. of Hyattsville, Miss Alice Sutton of J. I. Hamilton, Marksbury were the attractive week U G. Davidson, end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miley Henry Moore, , lleaxley. n, W. S. Embry, Mr. and Mrs. Lane and little son. V. A. Lear,' Misses Flonnnle Mae and Savanah Lear, W. M. Lane, Mr, and Mrs. John Prather A. S. Price, were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. Mrs. J. B. Klnnalrd. and Mrs. Wm. Walker. II. Clay Sutton, Sunday afternoon Messrs. Z. T, Mrs. T. J. Price, and Harry D. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. ' JohnTribble, Bascon Pelphrey and daughter. Miss W. T. King. , , Nslle enjoyed n delightful motor Masonic Lodge, trip to Bryantsville. Mrs. Pelphrey Mr. W. S. Carrier, and Nello had a pleasant visit with Mrs. W. S. Carrier, , Mrs. Francis Crouchorn. Mr. W. R. Bastin. Mrs. Halllo Dun lap, W4 A. Farnau, Newton Todd, James Todd, gav George Todd, 4 VUWTg Misa Mcry Todd, Edmond Ralston, Mrs. Martha Ely. R. It. Ledford, ML Tabor Sunday School. Forks of Dick's River Sunday School. A. D. Joseph, Chm. HASkXUKN IRC. 11 Please Join the t . taeDrtj .Ssesssjae SECTION 2 a THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 15, 1920. 8 PAGES twwtt rum ,,,. Newest Silk Dresses and Tailored Suits AT REDUCED PRICES. OUR BUYER IS JUST HOME FROM HIS SECOND TRIP TO NEW YORK AND WHILE THERE HE WAS ABLE TO PICK UP QUITE A LOT OF THE VERY BEST TAILORED SUITS AND FINE SILK DRESSES AT VERY L,OW PRICES. DECIDEDLY LOWER . WE HAVE AVERAGED THESE WITH OUR PRESENT STOCK, AND SO OFFER VERY PRICES ON THE ENTIRE STOCK. WE HAVE WHAT IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK WE HAVE EVER SHOWN, AND OFFER THESE REDUCTIONS IN THE FACE OF ADVANCING PRICES. COME WHILE YOU CAN GET PICK. SPECIAL LOT COATS. SPECIAL LOT OF COATS SPECIAL VOILE DRESSES. TRICOTINE DRESSES. $29.75 We offer choice of a big lot of new Coats made from newest All Wool Material, and all FULL SILK LINED, for $29.75. $19.75 Materials are ALL WOOL Silver-tones, $14.75 In this lot are many style and many patterns of very newest dark ground Georgette Voiles. All sizes from 16 to 44 bust but as the price is a very special one we advise an early visit. Reduced One-Four- th These are coats equal to any that sold at much higher prices. About 20 styles in all, and all good. Velours, Polos, etc, and represent one of the bargains bought last week in New York. We have at last about a dozen beau tiful dresses made of finest all wool TRICOTINES. These sold from $35 to $75 and will offer now at less than marked to sell. ONE-FOURTH OTHER LATE ARRIVALS. AND TRICOLETTE OVER BLOUSES IN ALL COLORS. TRICOLETTE SPORT DRESSES, SILK SPORT SKIRTS IN EXQUISITE COLORS AND WHITE. PURE WOOL PLAID SKIRTS BOTH PLAIN AND PLAITED. BOX AND ACCORDION PLEATED WHITE SERGE SKIRTS. WASH DRESSES IN VOILES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISS, LINENS. FAN-TA-SI KUMSI-KUMS- AI SPECIAL LINES ON OUR FIRST FLOOR. SUITS, FLEUR DE LIS HAND MADE BLOUSES, JACK TAR MIDDIES, MISS SARATOGA MIDDY HOUSE DRESSES, MUNSING WEAR UNION SUITS, McCALLUM, GOTHAM, CADET AND GLOVE SILK HOSIERY. MIRETTE, JERSETTE, PUPPY SKIN TAFAND KUMSI-KUMSANEW SILKS, SUCH AS TRICOLETTES, FAN-TA-FETAS, ETC. Goisard, Warners and Redfern Corsets fitted to you by a graduate Corsetierre. DIX-MAK- E SI I, A. B. Robertson & Brd. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. DISCIPLES' DRIVE v Set For May Of 9 16th. Will B. H.ld Christian Church Al Central Work.r. Hr Uxington. TuJjr. April 16 The Ky., Kentucky Division Disciples' World Movement will be held the week of May 0 to 10, it was' decided at n meeting of the promotional committee held here. conference of As n preliminary'. worker was held nt Central Christian Church this morning nt 10 o'clock, in charge of Director Homer W, Carpenter anil Joseph W. Hag-iIt wax announced that county "conferences would be held by the Disciples in various sections of the State April 12 to 17. Tlfe workrst conference, participated in by those who arc to constitute teams for the county conferences of Kentucky Division of the Disciples' World Movement, addressed by Secretary Stephen J. Corey, of the Foreign Missionary Society; Miss Dnisy June Trout, of the Christian Woman's Hoard of Missions, and Hubert M. Hopkins, Secretary of thp A men enn Christian Missionary Society. Other addresses were delivered by Director Joseph W. Ilagiu, Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell, 8e;re-tar- y Clilfonl S. Weaver and Preii-dent The form of the pledge card was agreed upon, and has been submitted to the National Promotional Committee, of which Secretary J. H. of New York, is the director. A committee consisting of I'rrsi-den- t It. II. Crossficld and Hev. J. 11. MncNiell, of Winchester, Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell, of Lexington, and Lin I). Cartwright, of Louisville, was appointed to apportion the amount for which Kentucky Disciples are asked to the various churches. Itev. Joseph W. llagin, who went to Covington Saturday in order to conduct Raster services in his home church, returned to Lexington Monday to prepare for the drive. Mo-hor- Why Be Dull And "Public .Opinion Be Dammed". Languid this Spring? You, reader, have probably heard "Spring Fever" Is Natural. But Not some fellow- blow up and exclaim, "Public opinion be damned I don't Necessary It's Due lo Sluggish - care a rap for it." Blood. Hut he docs we all do. It is human nature for us to wnnt KEEP FEELING YOUR HAPPIEST. our neighbors to think well of us. Even if it is not especially so as a Purify and Ton Up Your Blood With matter of personal pride, it is so as one of good Judgment and sound That Famous Tonic, business policy. The man who is well thought of has many friends, and these friends Do you seem unable to do any nre n vnluable asset to him in busiwork, to concentrate, to take any in- ness they bring him trade nnd interest in things, during the wonder- crease his financial revenues. ful Spring days? Do you feel Just There are many things a man may useless und "no account?" do that would lower him in the estiNothing is really the matter, ex- mation of the public, yet would not cept that, os happens every Spring, bring hint into conflict with the law. your blood is clogged it is sluggish And have you noticed that men inwith poisons from its long, Winter variably conceal these little acts as fight. much as possible? And why? Because In time, your blood will probably they do not wish to incur the displeaadjust itself. Hut meanwhile you sure of their fellow men and womfret and worry i fuel unhappy and en. do it, accomplish nothing. Why Were it not for the moral effect when it is easy to clear up your of public opinion this world would n blood by taking for n soon becomes a maelstrom of iniquity while? For thirty years, doctors have nnd debauchery. It would be imposbeen recommending this elTcctivc und sible as n place of residence for reagreeable tonic to purify and build spectable men nnd women, and to listless bring children into existence under up the blood of people. such conditions would be ii crime Feel your best Have n lino color, against humanity. und spring in your step. He vigorPublic opinion makes or unmakes (let a us, us we court its verdict. ous, happy, nnd red blooded. bottle of Pepto.Mangnn today, f.to We value it, und we chcrUh its nearest druggist has it, and in either good reports. liquid or tablet form, Just as you For when all other courts fail, prefer. There's no dilference in me- public opinion becomes the court of dicinal value. last resort. Hut be sure you get the genuine Ask Gude's for it Four or five years ago the linen by that name "(Judo's towel on which you wipe your hands and be sure the full name is would cost you ubout 25 cents. In on the package. Advertisement. the old days you could wash yourself or brush your shoes with that Have you a deslro to live to a towel without counting the cost. Hut ripe old age? It is possible to prolong now every time you use a towel you your life by eating a chunk of gar- run up against the cost of living, that the old lic every day. That is, provided for experts estimate your friends do not take the law of 25 cent towel of a few years ago life Into their own hands and bury Is the $1.25 towel of today. Foryou without waiting for the slight tunately, however, the price of water has not advanced. formality of death. Pepto-Mnngarun-dowPepto-Mungan. Pepto-Man-gan- ," Much bad feeling has been created between the wets and the dry over thu method of enforcing the federal prohibition law. It seems that in many cases prohibition agents have been forcibly entering homes and seizing such liquor as they could find. Now the courts in some cases are ruling that no agent can cntsr u man's home without due process of law, and much liquor illegally relied has been returned to its ovt.- rs. Regardlcsi of the merits of tne wet ind dry Usui, a man's home ii his castle and should be held sncrsd whim of any etscn on suspicion. There is a due process of law provided for the searching of a suspected house, and that law should be respected. To sanction otherwise would be to subject every home In the land to Invasion by any thief or thug who saw fit to pin a bogus star to his vest. iron invasion ut the I Discovered the "Himse." Columbus Is sold to have first discovered the hammock as well as America. In San Sulvador he found the natives sleeping in what they called "ha macs." Get It Straight. Through an unintentional error in newspaper publicity, which was more or less general over the United Stutex, the public has been given thu impression that incomes from stocks are subject to the income tax. This, it appears, is an error. If you own a certain amount of stock in n corporation and you receive ii n annual income of 8 or 10 per cent, or any other amount, from that stock, tha income Is subject to tnxatlon provided it is paid to you iu currency or by check. Hut if that dividend is paid to you ill the form of additional stock in the corporation, then such income in thu form of udilitionul stock is not subject to Income taxation. The public will feel a relief in knowing that the holders of great wealth in the form of stocks are not to escape their Just proportion of taxation. This paper is glad to aid in mining correction of an error into widen millions of people nppeur to havu in. nocently fallen. n. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Or.c Ton Truck is serving business just as faithfully and economically 33 docs the Ford Touring Car serve nil the people faithfully and economically. The Ford Truck is a necessity to the grocer both in delivering gooda and in bringing goods from the stations, docks and from the country. It u cn ideal motcr car because there isn't a ...:t cf the fam.r or business man that it d . i't :upp!y in the way of quick trarjportatiu.. t a minimum expense. Come in, examine thj TmiH, and let us talk over the subject. : It. II. Mrossflcld. The conference continued during the luncheon, which was served at 12:30 o'clock by the women of the Central Christian Church, and thru-othe afternoon. County conferences In about ninety counties of Kentucky will bo held April 12 to 17; during these conferences the local organization in each BABY CHICKS MUST HAVE ATdistrict und county will be perfect, TENTION. ed for tl'O financial drive May 0 to Feed them regularly give them 16th. At the meeting of the Promotional plenty of clean drinking water, and Committee it was decided that Lin once each day give them a little B. D. Cartwri(ht, secretary of the Ken- A. THOMAS' POULTRY REMEDY, tucky Christlsn Ilible School Associ- the bone and muscle builder, as well ation, Louisville, should bo made the as a tonic and specific for bowel adv treasurer of the State movement. troubles. W. A. Dickerson. ut mi i Haselden Bros Garage. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 15, 1920. Want to Feel Just Right? an JMT Im4mKt tllW, GUY. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilolman Hrown were in Danville, Monday. Mrs. Mnrcus White visited Mrs. Tom Doolin Friday afternoon. Allic Ynntls spent the past Ml week eml In Lancaster with relatives. Mr. Tom Ward was the truest Saturday nitfht of Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Take an NR Tonight m Uti.r T visitors TKV IT AKD 8CC hsw much rlln TmI In Ik will a (- marMnf. Tli.t "Imit." -, evil I..I Dm, DISSOLUTION SALE We will offer our entire stock of Auto Tiros at price for 30 days only. This is to enable the old to wind up its affairs as soon as possible. First Come First Served. llitt your dlgritivc and climinillve organs get I III of. Pills, oil, salts, calomel ind can't laxatircs, cathartic cad purges or.ly force the txmels a:iJ prod tie liver. AlsBr's?mfj'(NRTsbleti) acit onllieHomidi, llrtr, bowels snj even kidneys, not forcing, but ton-Iand strengthening thrso or an. lFo result It prompt relief end real, lining Unci,!. Male the test. Nature's Hemcdy will act promptly, thoroughly, yet lf o mildly, so gently, that ou will think nature has come to the tocuo and It doing the xtotl. Anj oh, nhat a relief I Yea II l ifjflwj ii d orJI-nsry lur-se- TROUBLE lot of impurities IS, your system is nc nr Ttaitt ttk. Tin ritir in. Jmt IS mjiim.h rR TCI ,! 11 wl.l I JBsBBBBBB. I fo e.M c ,. tou iicuii root fceiu Ss r bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV 7 BBBBBBBBBBBm n. h i.rtus. u on lot a If tir tiulitr. llttViml'raalik tiir "r. et mtboislr II iMi I rJ rt- - nd recount nd4 your itrugguf R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. toy GuPiMi Ct AUf " Box sSbbbbbbbM Clark. Mesdames Tom Turner and Charlie Tuttle were shoppers in Lancaster, Friday. Mr. ltnndolph I'oynter and sister, .Miss Mary were visitors at Point Level, Friday. Mr, nnd Mrs. Ollie Oraham were visitors Sunday of Mr nnd Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr Win. (JriKiis was In Paint Lick Monday, the guest of his father, Mr. Joshua (iriggs. Mr Jens liny of the Pleasant Hill Section spent Thursday with Mr, and Danville Motor Company. LIPPS & SHELLEY, Proprietors. Danville, Ky, the purchase money is wtld, W II 1IUOWN M. I fJ, 0. V K. II. Tnmlinson, Att'y for PHTs. Vtr BRYANTSVILLE you right. GARAGE. We are ready to Repair all kinds of cars at the lowest prices. Bring your work and give us a TRIAL. We will treat Mrs. Tom Doolin. Mr nnd Mrs. Charlie Tuttle were Sunday guests of Mr. ami Mrs. A. N Mcrida nnd family. Many a wary side stepper nimbly .Mrs. Hubert Uiyton was the vis evades tho bill collector only to fall itor Monday of Mesdames Tom, Tur- Into more relentless clutches when his wife grimly orders him to "dig down" ner nnd J. P. Foley. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nntlinn Simpson of Out Reluctantly. Mndison, spent from Tuesday until 1'oets are born free verse writers Friday here with relatives. are txinie wllb. IUtou Transcript. Mrs. Win. Sutton will visit her sis Hatching Trout. Wnllice Jones and ters, Mesdames A trout ecc take from 33 to fin days Win, Hay of Madison this week. to hatch, according to the temperaMrs. Carrie Davidson spent from ture of the water. Saturday until Monday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ouy Davidson, of Ijmcastcr. Lifeboat Inventor Rewarded. were Indented by Mr. LlfelxHit Misses Lucy anil N'olie Turner Sunday guests of Misses Hose, fireatlnnil. wlw received a premium were In parliament In May, 1HT2. Minnie und Lena Turner, of Kill the Name. 8clentlts are trying to squelch a Henry and Mnster James Milton new epidemic, discovered In Japan spent Friday with Mr. ami .Mrs. Wm. and ended the "l.titRUirnmushl," Mr. Milton Ward and .Mrs. C. 1L Cap. Hourne, Auctioneer, SALE OF LAND OA KHAKI) C1HCU1T COUHT COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GAKHAHD ( IIK Alex Uiyton. Committee of .Nancy AdUnson, VS. PlaintilT. TIT COUHT. S. W. Halcomb, Prop. Bryantsville, Kentucky. Trolley Ambulance. IlrnzIIInn city uses n trolley car ambulance to transport patients to and from hospitals In III suburbs. A Sun's Wonderful Heat The heat produced by n clvcn surface of the still l 4H) time grentcr than that which Is given off by the same surface of molten Iron. ! 1 Flying Money. In Small Things Really Count Mfe Is made up. not of grcnt sacriIt was Is- -' sued 1309 II. C. According to Chinese! fices or duties, but of little thing. In chroniclers, bank note were current J which smiles and klndne"es, nnd small In China 'XOS II. C under the nntne obligations, given habitually, lire what of "flying money." They were probably win nod preserve the heart and Sir Humphrey Davy. written. The olden bank note I ntlc museum of Pctrograd. the A'I-- secure-comfort- Chickens' Neglected Outy. Laura Jane was In the liablt of coins with her mother to feed the chickens. Sometimes sho would find n pretty feather In the park. One day we went and she could not find a feather and she exclaimed: "Why,! mother, the chickens did not lay ma , feather today." I The number of bactcrln capable of being carried by one bouse By varies from too to 0.0,0i0. Hence a crusade against this pet which Is most numerous during the season of the year when epidemics are likely to occur will play a great part In prevention and spread of any malady. Again. Swat the Fly. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Don't neglect that barn of yours nnd the wood starts to crack and rot. Icis far cheaper to protect It vdth a coat or two of i don't wait until the paint wears off The sale will be made on n credit Warns of Mine Danger, The United Slates bureau of mines of six months nnd the purchaser will apIn- - developed a novel means of giving be required to execute bond with security for the purchase an alarm of danger In all mlne where proveddue In price, six months, nnd bearing ivmprewd air Is made ti of through- six per rent interest from date until out the workings. An III smelling sub- paid, having the force and eirect of stance Is Injected Into the compreed a Judgment upon which execution air line, and In a few minutes the may issue payable to W. II. Drown. W H. IIHOWN, M. v O. C. odor has been sprend through all parts Master Commissioner of the Garrard of the mine, and will Ik- limtantly reo Circuit C ourt, am) a lien will be re. J FJ Knbinson, Attorney for PHTs, served upon the property sold unti' ('apt Am Hournc, Auctioneer. Mrs. Ilascom IVInhrey and Miss ognlied by the workmen. .Velle Pelphrey have returned from Stanford, nftcr a pleasant visit to the families of Messrs. Wm. and Stunrt Carson. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. H. Ward and two handsome little sons, of Kirksvtlle, were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward from Sunday until Monday nftemoon. Miss Ines Hay of Tentersville, be Monday gan, our spring school about 25 pupils in uttendance, con sidering whut bad days Monday and Tuesday were, with snow nnd ice, quite a number of the children could not attend. Mary Agnes, the attractive little The car is so light, so certain in its daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holmnn Hrown, had the misfortune to break performance 2nd so free from neher arm Sunday afternoon. Messrs Dr F.lliot and Gilbert, of Lancaster cessity of repair, that the saving arr..cl soon after the accident oc curred and set the nrm nnd the pati in delivery is actual and real. ent Is now getting along as well at could be expected. - Clark. Mr and Mrs. Hoy i'rnther and two interesting children of McCrcary spent Easter with Mr. anil Mrs. Wm. Walker. Mrs. James Yantis anil Mnster Herschel were guests Wednesday night of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Adams of Danville. Mrs. Henry Tuttle and brother. Lawrence Kunclls left Friday for u visit with relatives nt Pincville, liar- bousville and Hnrlan. Mrs. C. It. Henry "nd two chil dren spent a portion of the past week with Mr. nnd Mrs. John Henry on the Falls Lick Hoad. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Griggs and two little daughters and Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobert Yater, were Sunday visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Smith of Coy. Little James Milton Henry burnt his right hand badly on the stove last week from which he sutlered greatly for a day or two, but is now Billiards on Dining Tablt. To convert a dining table Into ons for hllllnrds, a sertlnnnl rim ha been patented to be put In plnrr over a table cloth nnd lt padded lining. Eating the Nimble Locust. I,octiht are today eaten In Arnbln, pretty much as they werp In the tlmo of Jchn the ltnptlt. I"irelgner as well as native declare that they are reully nn excellent article of diet. Important in Dally Use. ArTnblllly, mlldne. tenderness nnd a word which 1 would fain bring back to Its original signification of virtue are of dally um; I mean good nature they are the bread of mankind and staff of life. Dry den. Defts. Nancy Adkinson, et nl, Pursuant to u Judgment rendered at the March Term, li20, the undersigned Commlioner will sell nt public auction before the Court House Door In Ijinrastcr. Kentucky, at II o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY. A PHIL 20th. 1920. the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows In Garrard County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: nt n stake in the Itoad leading from HyatUviHe and Kirksvtlle Turnpike to Spoonvllle, corner to (ieorge Adkinson; thence his line X HH1. W 10.0 poles to u locust in n drain; thence down same, with mean tiers, S f,7 W IT, poles to nstake in said drain, N 82 H W 42.7 poles to a stake; thence 8 64 W 23 4 poles to n stake in said Adkinson's line one half a pole North of a locust pointer, n new corner; thence a new line S S9' K 80 poles to n stake In the middle of aforesaid road, a new corner; thence with said road N 8 K 17'-poles to the beginning, containing U',i acres. The purpose of the sale is that the proceeds be Invested in other property, for the maintenances and support of Nnncy Adkinson. i ilettle Itubinson, et al, On Petition. Pursuant to n judgment rendered at the March Term, 1520, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Kentucky, at 1 Door in o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY, APKIL 2dth. 1120, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: In Carrard County Kentucky, on the waters of Sleets llranch and contains 10 4 acres, and is the same land conveyed to Arthur Itobtnsen by Hob Nov lor. by deed tinted November 26, 1107. recorded in the (iarrard County Clerk's OlTlce in Deed llook No. 29. page 6th, and bounded as fol1 Joint owners of same. TEHMS. Trias lows . Hounded on the Kast by the land of the late K. Dunn; on the South by Wenley Heurne; on the West by Wm. 1'ollard; on the North by SleeU llranch and the County Hoad. The purpose of the sale Is to divide the proceeds thereof among the TKKMS. and the tmrchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price due in six months, and bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. 11. Hrown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid, six C. riv months an! will l iiiutin , is h . irruit PI I: Dodge Brothers BUSINESS CAR 1 I URADSHAW MILL. t. It resists all weather conditions nnd keep; Its color. Pit C Barn Pulnt spreads freely and It I. backed by mora hat sr'atc.teo.rrin-capacity- . than fitly tear reputation and will s' you lonjuc time. coil, Tltete'i A Pes Gee I Luiiu, '" CAUV',"?T. C0, . .Tm. ir Bj 1 BJj Miss llcrnlce Ilrouilus spent Satur day night with Mrs. Susan Hroadus. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Snyder visit ed relatives near Hichmond the week end KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. H Pwl heAtt ruH saus sr DRUG For Eiery ParpsK 'iiLf McROBERTS STORE. J Mr and Mrs. James I'rewitt were gues's of Mr. and Mrs, Jess I'reitt Saturday night und Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Ilascum Prewitt nnd daughter. Nora Lucille and son, Ar thur llnscum spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Daniel Kant. Mr Menu Long died Sunday at ha home near Cottonburg. Mr. Long is survive! by Messrs. Dave, Mo'se, John M., Willic,IIubert nnd Walter Long, Medames Hell .Snyder, John Curry, Hlste Sebastin, Jess link er and Jesse "vast. Mrs, Sarah Casey died last Thurs. day at Danville in the hospital, her home being near Ilrnihliaw Mill. Mrs. Casey is survived by Messrs. Walter A. Jesp Laure and Herbert Casey of d County, Mesdames Moat Casey, Agree of .Madison Co. and a daughter of Ohio. Wll-for- The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky Thursday April 5, 920 1 1 3 Incorporated. Makers of the Celebrated and Popular Cracks at Creation. Cheer upl A smile pensive than n frown. 1.1 no more ex HIDDEN LIVES Or ALVAII J. GARTH IMoni Tor n serious misstep Evan Iteed served eight years In a state penal Institution. He left the grim, frowning Institution n ctiiistt-m-mnn. He had served un apprenticeship In the plastic nrt and knew bow to construct plaster center piece, and stucco figures. Transferred to the mnrblo yard, he tun! tried his hand at rough seulje tun- - nml nnturnlly nought wnrk In tlue kindred Hues when he became a free mnn. Hut Evan Itrcil had Inst the Impulse of hnrmonious contnet with the great outside world. He found It Impossible tn evnde telling where lie bad acquired his knowledge of the trade. Work was desultory ami one day, after walking leu miles to a little Inland city, weak, hungry and discouraged, he crept Into a public building, fairly III, and succumbed under a spell of fnlnlnes. Iteed came, back to consciousness lying on a lounge In an ottlce. Seated nt t a desk was a man, whose general presentment suggested substantial and mental iwwcr. As Iteed awakened be cume to him. L'M)ii the windows was the lnscrl-tlot"John Ward, Contractor." and to s all he answered to this name "Keeling better V be Inquired, scanning Meed critically. found jou outside there. What was lit" "Hunger. I guess," replied Heed bluntly. "Able to get to the restaurant diiwiiMnlrsl" "Wllh the - prospect of a square menir mid Heed smiled wanly. "I think so." John Want extended n bank note with the direction: "ict what you nerd anil come back. 1 want to talk with )ou." When Heed returned he found his seated at his desk, a faraway expression iijhui bis face. "My friend," he said, "trying to learn your Identity I found a letter written by tho ihiip-lul- n nf a prison." "I should have shown It to you," declared Heed spontaneously. "Tell me nil of It," suggested Ward, and Heed recited his story. "You are headed on tho right path." sMike Ward. "To proe to you that I believe so I offer to employ you." Heed held bis benefactor In a species of nilorntliMi. John Ward'a generosity, Integrity and helpfulness to oil humanity had becomo u household word In Weston, l'rlilf. gratitude, love had been generated In the soul of Heed throush the rare confidence this good Knmnrltan rciHwed In him. Ward had come to Weston ten years previous with his little orphaned child, Evnllne, aud had steadily won his way She was a young In popular esteem. lady now and, as time went on. Heed Iterate an occasional guest at the home of his benefactor. tie loved Kvullne Ward, but never He felt did he betrny his emotions. that she was far from his humble, disrupted life. Like some faithful watchdog, however, he was ever alert to guard her, to protect and further the Interest of tier father. Then n strange menace came to John Word. There appeared nt Weston a man who recognized Heed as an He terrorized Heed by threatening to betray bis past unless the latter lent himself to his unholy scheme. Heed was appalled when the soulless blackmailer proved to him that Ward himself had been a convict. "You are to find out certain Identification marks," Instructed the creature, Ihiltun. "We will dlvldu the price of our silence." It was theu that the old Evan Heed awoke. Ono evening bo went to an appointment with Dallon, armed with a revolver. "I will shoot him down as I would n dog this Infamous scoundrel who would tiring exiosuro and misery ujton those I love," he firmly resolved; but heaven saved him from tho guilt, fur that day Duttou wns crushed to death In a street accident. The menace was removed, but a year Inter John Ward died. He left bis affairs in charge of Heed as administrator ami Hi? .'"Iter accepted It as a holy rusl, tho daughter, Kvallne. evincing n confidence lu Iteed that was almost Nt-twell-buili: Tlilt year every citizen should vote vote righthut not often. Lancaster Flour Mills Ye, this I h kooiI town. Hut lo you ever tell other roT Corlhi, ins, w.iin sees hi own faults. The fool sees only those of others. A wise mnn ' I To cscnpc from the piker elms, votes should ndvunce in price titan. e i Sumhinc is nn aid to health until It become! so hot it Is un aid to the doctor, Time waita for no man Just hang on like the devil woinnn before a iniiroi. WHITE SWAN ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAKE NO OTHER. I but It for n FLOUR For rosy cheeks. happy smiles, white Some people, Me suspect, nre keen on discovering the fnulta of olheni in order to cover up their own. And still, we arc firmly convinced teeth, good appetites and digestions. Its benefits are as GREAT as its cost is SMALL! sweets, and is beneficial, too. that the dawn of universal peace (till in the realm of the ilawni. We do exchanging in wheat and corn. Our MILL FEED tests 16 per cent Protein. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE .President, C. L. ZANONE Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, Miller. W. G. BURCHETT Is When you get hold of n good thing, Wlllinm, hang onto hoth end. The middle sometime elves way. There's n dainty maid In this town who doesn't like to be kissed so she says. And she' such n martyr! It satisfies the desire for We're just pi nine to scratch olT an editorial on the low cost of sonic thing. Hut we can't And the some thing. Prohibition, we ore nssurcd, Is creating a void in the jails of the country ditto the stomachs of its citizens. Note, please, that the oratory of our presidential spellbinders was completely eclipsed the other day. Hut it took a hell raising tornado to do it. Our olfice devil is article. He says some warped anil perverted even feel the cracks in the genniue people are so they can not their own con- "V Sealed Tight Kept Right Some Flare Fruits. Alining the productions of the Chill;-pine- s are two delicious fruits unknown to the civilized world. The tlurlnn, as large as n cocoiinut, contains a creamy, pulplike delicious custard. Another rare fruit Is the mangosteen. but tho exquisitely tlavored liquid It contains cannot bo preserved. Look Out for Both of Theml Look out for the ono who talks most nbout liars. His own words need to bo weighed cnrefully. Ho Is brother to tho one who rushes through a crowd crying "thief" he need watch lug nnd cntchlng. Hoth fellows raise n dut for a purpose. Exchange. Famous Woman. Is a woman who consecrated her days to good works and deeds nnd poured them all Into tin. melting pot of divine love. This saint organized peace between frantic states In the fourteenth cen ttiry She brought tho pope "hack to lb me Canonized, she Is "Saint Persian Dread. Tho Persian native hread today Is very littlo different from that used a thousand years ago. The Persian oven Is hullt of smooth masonry in the ground. The dotich Is formed Into thin slients about ii foot long nnd two feet wide and slapped ng.ilust the side of (he oven, It bakes In a few minutes. f'ntherlno of Sienna Every j RIGIEVSJTI Flavor ! science. With a mighty sigh of relief we see the coal man departing for a few months of respite, nnd with n groan of apprehension we sec the ice man looming up to tnke his place. More than -- Sucn Is Human Naturt. The man who does the mot complaining when an automobile hrcaka down la always the one who Is wait Ing for more ride Irutcad of Iho one who has to lit It. Thousands In PllflHmsgss. .TOO.Oi) cells at Kler, Yes, he and would be some happy. Sin Against Politics. Wanl Politician "Tills hero STONE. Hooped Pots and Jack Cade. of tho masses Is poor "tuff. The tn the Middle aces In KngtRud many first thing we know, they'll be votlu' Miss Moodie Mae Hunlon contir. drinking pott were made with hoop to suit thelrselves." Life. ue illl. so that when tro or more person "Qlva" and -drank from the. same pot or tankard, Everybody Bre busy working at no nne of them should take more' than The two little words "give and their crops. lit ha re, each hoop mnrklng n half, get sum up the differing creeds of Mr. and Mrs. I.lttrell are ill at a third or a fourth of the contents of earth and the ambitions of mankind. the (Nit, Those who are eager to bestow, to en- this writting. to tta make. rich the world around them, to bless, Mr. Klmcr East spent Sunday with to li'lii, tn uplift, constitute the una Mr, Allen Matthews. What Dropped. clnss. The other crowd grasp every The dining room of u ery eirlu1t Miss Stella Mae was the week end residential hotel. Dinner In full swing, thing for self, only Its own. guests of Christine Simpson. rimicr of knives and forks ami the. Traits of the Orliily. iinnl huxs of conversation, Suddenly, Mr. Jess Clcnt and Jonle Sparks The grizzly rarely hlliernates. prefer- has purchased n new ford car. rnli at nno end of the room, at nnd of falling dishes. An abrupt ring to prowl the forests In the winter Mr, Louis Murphy nnd brother, wne In tho roiiTeraion, attention months. He l a meat enter, as well to I'lilratetl on tho cvno of tho a Mng fond of hnney, roots and eggs, Tomie motered to Hickmon Friday, iiiinty. Then, auddenly, soaring and usually kills Ills own food. Two or business. ' n rising murmur of Imiulry, ono rubs como tn the mother bear In her Mrs. Essie Vuught was the guest leer volco with tho (Wired Informs, den among the rocks, and she Is In- Sunday of her sister, Mrs. I.oule Anmy dear; of all things V sanely courageous In defense of them. loll 'Siumh, derson nt Coy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie Simpson has returned home from n few days visit in Mr, Tomie Hurdon was the afternoon guest of Mr. Tom and Allie .Murnhy Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Murphy were oddl-rutin' Pilgrims numbering ly visit the monastic Hussta. To be perfectly happy a man should have a "den" in his home. It should be heat-proof, cold-proo- annual sound-proo- kid. proof, wife-proo- iiist i ...-needs you get a great aeai more man ;uci sr shingles many feet of lumber boodles of pounds of nails or pans-I- of Beaver Beard s When vou let us supply your buildbc .. 0t" You get the benefit of our bufldirr material knowledge and experience in Service that helps you get the results you want ct tht right price Service first in planning ii:: work more service in selecting proper materials speedy service in delivering the cooda. You pay for the materials. Tho ncrvicu pays for itself in the larger volume of busincsn customers. it brings through will pmy you to It be one of them super-satisfied e ii-- 1MM andSubstance wma mra raj w Give Self GOD L Gouty I Service Bastin 8 for RIP wants you! Your it secondary and will be given willingly when your heart belongs to God. Money cannot repay God's mercies. Me wants scrclce. But money will show to some extent the value you place on the work of the church in the community. It is to the church you look in time of sorrow and trouble. The church stands for the moral good of this town. You cannot do less than support it with a fair propoition of your income. Picsbyterum men, surprise your piitor. Volunteer a Minute Man, boys' club leader, orasipecUl caller. Take pait in pram meeting. Offer to teach a Sunday school chut; and be a prepared teacher, Do your share ftlatlly in the fintncial canvass. Get into the church and u'orA. Don't forget the canvass in your family prayer. Come to Church Sunday New t fra Movement a.t at A Presbyterian Church Cooperating with lnterhwthVM4rR;mtat doing their In Ijincnstcr Monday spring shopping. 1 Miss Agnes Simpson wns the pleat-an- t guests of her friend, Miss I.ouie Hrown Friday night. Miss Halllo and Tila Murphy spent Friday with their sister, Mrs. Ethel Itay tf this section. MhW Delia and Uallle Murphy have returned to their homo from o few days visit in Richmond. Mr. Anion Osburne nnd Mr. Hnrvy Louis Stephen were the guests of Mr, Albert Gilmon Sunday in Pinesville. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W, Goodlet and children spent Saturday nnd Sunday with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Murphy. Mrs. Hettle Irvrn has returned to her home in Richmond from a few days stay with Mrs. Sallie Hobitt of Cutis Chappel. Mr, Anderaon Simpson nnd Mis Hallic Murphy spent Tuesday after noon with their grand father, Mr. James Littrell. Messrs Joo liolton and Mr. Gilbert Agu spent last Wednesday night with Mr. (jlay Long and were pleasant callers of Miss Delia and Hullle Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Sam and Louie Mur-ph- y and daughter, Miss Delia, motored to Lexington Sunday and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy and children'. Lumber Company. SAVE MONEY BY OUR It was then that Heed secretly gave himself over to what was to be his tribute to the mau who had done so much for him. It wns a piece of sculpture showing an nugel guarding a tiuiib an angel with a single finger pressed to ttio Hp as tf enjoining si lence. It was a lovely summer afternoon when Heed stood beside tho grave of his benefactor, gazing iion tho piece of sculpture. He fancied that be alone of all the world held the secret meaning of that mute Invocation to ttioso who would cast a stone, to reverence the great destiny this noble man had attained, but there wns a footstep nnd Evnllnu stood at his side. Her eyes met Ids, her bund clasped bis. Her Hps framed two significant words; "1 understand I" Yes, the past of her father for she had protected that secret all tho years; the past, as well, of this man whose i)iilty of soul nnd devotion had expressed Itself In a tribute that found their two souls lu unison. "Do not leave me," she said, low aud pathetic. Free Battery Service Call and let us Inspect and put distilled water In your battery. WE II L flPCHARGE, PAIR, IILBUILD all makes of Batteries. Paint Lick Garage. Pnlnt Lick. Ky. Give Consecrated. Dellar earnestly, "Father would not hare It so," and, mingled with their mutual tears, was a mutual loss that Urns would ntvsr dim. . The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 15, 1920. More ALL-WOO- L Money $60.00. When you buy HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX CLOTHES you get more for your money beMaterial and the best Tailoring to be had. We cause you are absolutely sure of guarantee satisfaction on these clothes or your money back. , We have plenty of suits in stock for Men, Young Men and Boys made in the latest models. MENS AND YOUNG MENS SUITS AT $35.00, $40.00, $45.00, $50.00, $55.00 and BOYS KNEE SUITS AT $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00. We sell everything a man or boy wears and ladies and children's shoes. LET US SHOW YOU TODAY. L9pjLIilllj'JlItjlfi!cJMa" DOURNE. HOUSE OF QUALITY. nnd Mrs. Elbert Jennings nnd little son, of Nicholasville nnd Mr. and J as. eat always tak W. Next Week. Smith 1920. Brood Sows Show LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Rental of Land. tiARRARD CIRCUIT COI RT PltTs John lleailey's Adm'h, et nl. VS NOTICE. Deft Arthur Hrntley, (idn, et al, The undersigned Master Commis sioner of the (Sarrard Circuit Court will on H haul M.lwalf Muni". !UIm I.U, ! ik Ir.alaml .! Kif,nk , Tti Kirmra lich.rtc Messrs Herbert Stone nml Lconnnl Mr. Elbert Ilrumflcld and children of Crank linvc each purchased new Ford Spearsville were the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hnmlett Jennings. can. Master Alvin Grow Is Spending Date Trees Dlo Ylelders. several days with his uncle, Mr. Karl dates hate been At iiiiinv h l.( Grow. j gathered from a hide pnlui at one Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sadler are re- bearing. ceiving congratulations over the of n boy. Miss Stcll n Mnc Grow of Hrynnts-vill- c tpent the week end with Mr. nml al WHEAT CROP WORLD MOVEMENT Far Below Average For To Hold District Con ference At Danville Small INTERCHURCH NONiy BACK Dcrie. lrt.lmMt.lt.lnl ktt ( Mnr. Loo Grow. Mr. nnd Mrs. Newton Doolin of Marksbury spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Sid Doolin; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aldridgc and After you children spent Sunday with their par I Instantly relieve lUtrlbwn, Blott cnts, Mr, and Mrs. J. I'. Ilnmm. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Spenke nnd chil- reneatinir, and all stomach miseries. dren. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Spenke nnd family nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Spenke spent Sunday with Mr. ami Ma It. K. Spenke on the Richmond rond. Mr. nnd --Mrs. II. F. Jennings, Mr, R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky, FATONIC Call on us for CORN DRILLS, HARROWS DISK Smoothing Harrows, To bacco Setters, Wagons and Buggies. We Sell the Popular Chevrolet Automobile and can make immediate de- Present indention are that the district conference to be hld in the First Christian church in Danville, will be one of the most April J0-2- I enthusiastic and impressive religious gathering ever held in Oik section of the shite. The meeting will be held under th- - auspice of the Inter church World Movement nnd some of the best known pulpit orators in Ken tucky will speak. At this conference and similar ones to bo held throughout the state the results of foreign, state and home surveys conducted by the Interchuroh World Movement will be shown, nnd the needs of the church of this section nnd of the entire country as revealed Religious, by the surveys outlined. educational and industrial conditions will be discussed by forceful speak ers, County organization work will be planned. The significance of the Interchurch World Movement will be explained and special addresses on "Evangelism" nnd "Cooperation" will be delivered. Devotional and Inter cessory periods will be observed and denominational group gatherings, at which Forward Movement enmpuigns may be discussed, will be held. Five men nnd one woman, all Ken tuckians, will constitute each of the spenker's teams. Among those who will be heard in the conference are the following: Dr. Henry II. Sweets, Louisville, Secretary of the Hoard of Education ami Ministerial Uelief of the I'resbyteran Church, U. S Dr. Arthur O. Stockbridge, Supervisor of World the Interchurch Movement Ituml Survey in Kentucky; Dr. S. J. Thompson, presiding elder of the Louisville District of the M. E. Church South; Dr. I. J. Spencer, pastor of Central Christian Church, Lexington; the Kev, Dr. Samuel Cnllen, pastor of Union College, Harbour-villI lev. J. I!. Adams, Secretary of Louisville Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, Covington, Dr. William A. Oanlleld. President of Centre College, Danville, Mrs. I. W. Harrison, Lexington, member of National Gencrul committee of the Interchurch World Movement; Mrs. J. II. Dickey, Louisville. Rev. O, II. Crockett, pastor of M. K. Church, South, Shelby-villRev. W. II. Cropper, secretary of Kentucky Conference of M. E. Church, South and W. W. Hall, banker, Moysvllle. Four sessions of the conference VJl'J. will he held. The tlrst will be held at 7;30 o'clock at night lind the closing ' one the following afternoon. e; e; The condition of wheat nnd rye in Kentucky ns n whole is very poor, and there are 13 per cent fewer brood sows in the State than there were this time last year, according to the Apnl crop and livestock report for Kentucky tosued jointly Friday at Frankfort ami LouMVille by State Commissioner of Agriculture K. t". Hanna and II. F. Bryant, Kentucky field Agent of the United State of Crop Estimates. Wheat condition in this State April 1st, is given n 02 per cent of normal, cuinmred to 10.1 per cent April 1st, 1UIU, and April 1 during the last ten year, an average condition of 80 per cent Rye condition is 74 thts year compared to 100 last year and an average condition of SU for the last ten years. The acreage of wheat and rye sowed in Kentucky last fall was reduced from previous years, especially in Western Kentucky. Thai by a cut in acreage was followed rather unfavorable winter, resulting in considerable heaving and firming out, or by failure to get a good start because of late sowing. Farm labor is very scarc in nearly all part of the State, the poorer section and those most accessible to other industries being most nlTected. Furmer in this State as a whole report they have only 87 per cent ns much labor ns last year and only71! per cent of the normal supply. There is also some tendency to reduce pro. duction a compared to that of war time, farmers reporting they need 08 per cent ns much labor as last year, tho they say their need for labor is still 1 per cent gtestcr than in normal years. Reports for the United States as u whole indicate winter wheat condi tion is 75.15 per cent of normal, com- - i pared to 1)9.8 per cent of April 1, 1010, nnd an average of 81.1 per cent April 1, for the last ten year. This indicates a probable total production of about 488,017,000 busjieks of winter wheat compared to bushels Inst year nnd COS,. 000,000 bushels In 101H. The Unit ed States rye crop now shows a condition of 8(1.8 per cent compared to 00.(5 per cent April I, 1010. and 80 per cent average for the last ten years on April 1, This condition of rye forecasts production of about 75,- 841,000 bushels this year compared to 88.J78.000 bushels lust year, bushels in 1018 and an aver age of 50.001.000 bushels ilurl m- - Ilia 5 years preceding 1018. Hrood sows In the United States as n wholo are 9.0 per cent fewer than on April 1, llu-rwt- u very-muc0 Rai.ni. tl .1 wi ik TODAY lik;w. SATURDAY, APRIL 17th, ltfJO tm Mlha4l hf at two o'clock, P. M., in fronj, of the STORM r.S DRUC. STORI Court House Door in I.aneastcr, Ky rent to the highest and best bidder Doing His Out. for the year IUJ0, lease expiring 1'aihr Now mi wm. I tu lne to I ml 1 0X1, the tract of January 1. ! uilti.iMumu ijr Eire jiKI vmir named in the petition in the above you'll wlkti )wt had inkm It. f ih I I hast taken as falstyled action and deaeribed same alttr hra ia lay dad gate it In mm" Ufv lows: In (Jnrmrd County, Kentucky, an Ctt Atlsr the Pest. IIom Creek,' and containing MauprittHM the nrl acre, and bounded as fellows: On part of thrtr alwHjrnhlatnry Ih wnter. life the Adult iIk twx the North by O'Henrn land; on try far unless East by Harry Hiiughman; an the carried by laU. If )Mt r hothereil Seuth by Ellsha Dunn and on the by Ihitn, UmMi arwaiHl tnr Wost by Hoono Creek. About IS Hater. Pat a Utile kenwenn on till acre to be plowed for com or tobac- rmI efftHi a ninlriM. lUrhanco. co, tho remainder of the tract to reOysttr by Mtitur. main in grass. Kdnrtl was nsketl to go to the store TERMS. The leasee will be required to ex- fer rijMe'rs. Il? went ami askr! the "Ws man for two" pound of ecute-a not with approved security dn't sell oyster by the nwiwl. uiy fer the rental price, payable to W. It. only by thn measure" said Ih Ilrown, thu Muster Commissioner. ilmrr. The bur tbMSht a natment. January 1, 1121, with interest from Ihi a(d: Then let uio bat two date until paid. Possession given jards." day of rental. To . ' -- Hum ,5,l, ( Mk irkni fSvmIiH. M M, Vo t! $;k 4. lrH nt - yer, tj. W. II. 11ROWN. M. C. G. C. C. Lost Mlnlno Camp. iHH-- r a ramwis mining of I it it tin. ta lw dmortnl. Thirty year S" a ojmtteat derided bad n nwMlerfHl future. the Money wa nrvd Into the estwpM. test day. The "Hilao" Ttie mill ran gave out. - 8tltr r-- n; MftHMialM. lv Jt I Cnglar.d's Ancisnt Inns. What U tb Mwt Ilastish Inn? Thn Crown of CkhMlnefoed. for mi In, date from the fimrteetiih reatury. but Tha al Si AlUn. claim jllcbttnc ing to ilate from TtUk I the ndloot In- -' hatdtnl tHae n Itmrbtud. At the An-- I gel at IMrth. NnttlnahaM. Itlrbanl, bishop of Iiarhaw. Maywl la 1S7I, and Ms Mil Is still Mrtd. Qualltlr of Good Cltlren. IleHalttHH of a ma) rHtaea : A crynl all narltliiti Is one mho Dr. Johnson's fur HMtny Dictionary. a com- tional, state, and munldiHil law and paratively small sum. Ills must profit-std- e Is willing to auiif in ihelr enforce-wen- t l .I rtml fearless; ha nmlrrtnklng wn the die ternary I total to li'inr fi nml inuntry, TIm- - task Utr wlildi he nk $7S7S. and he ! In vhal he n in oeeuplnl his im for vih yenrs. pn i. i 'In- lu'. llf tiial, and pbti nl wi 'tu e l e h V Best Cure for That Feeling. Th Lord laade Adam and lito full and put thein In a beautiful ;'v where they didn't nt'ed to work, nml nt the wrj outset tkty hecau to U . Tpen he mnde them gi to iitrk. If you fi'l like )hi ure alMiut to break liMioi. to Hark. Ili'iiston Or. Jiilinvm l eimummljr reckoned s n siiccensfiil author, yet lie rieetvii; of ciuiiiiltltt n4rte4 hifif -- t tn ' n4lt r"'n ri l'.t. Keep We!i Tldlntss cf the Ant. No creature Is more tidy thsu nrt snt. A authority nays their toilet article. of omr ami Alio icxiiheil ciHalM, hair btiuhos, sponce nnd cvmi washe and soups. Their cuuiti. how liter, are the genuine article, and differ from oura mainly In that they nn fnsteiiiil to their lee well-know- nml IX) not allow Ihe poisons cl undigested lood to arct uU.ie in your bowels, where they &re atxoibcd into your liveryPrice $875.00. We Never Can Tell. These days the country is indulging in the pleasing pastime if turning out another grist of public officials, from president down tn tno most humble of them nil; Today we see great virtue in this num. nan that one, nnd th oth-r- , i.ml we ytxpect great things from them. Hut we never can tell. Some lines they measure up to iculty Archer Tires and Tubes. SLOW DEATH pains, nervousness, diffn urinating, often mean Maybe night. linn tnnier ulm IwiiiKht tlipinr from a hiHitleifger stntiil aftentanl llmt whisky was a fur At that IIkjh nni' of his railing. may bv snincthlng to Ids argument. We cm n't IiiiucIiii n man detlherately walking Into a cage of lions. A nect-MiitsInn-Milj.'r rctlon, h .ujchr, bad blood, c. I numctous other troubles sic bound lo follow. . Keep your syttem clcarl, at thousands ol others do, by taking an occasional dose 61 Ihe old, reliable, laraily liver tnedi-cin- c. ves-catj- le, syterr, InOit limi.ton-- tt Thcdford's Black-Draug- ht About Wood Engraving. Wood iigratlngs of IiIkIi class ars made almost exclusively of boxwood, and the large block are made of small piece fastened tosetlicr. The engruT-InIs done across the etui of the grain. Japanese wrjH) print ore made uu lengthtttse sections of cherry wood parallel to the grain Mrs. V. F. Pickle, ol Rising I awn, Oa., writes: "We have u.cJ Ihed-lord- 's Hlack-UnuK- Aches, g serious disorders. The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles a lamlly medicine. molhcr-in-laur I Goodloe & Walker BROTHERS. COLD MEDAL cutck rslisf srl o'ttn wstJ oil Kr wr. , it wtlontl rsmciy cl Holland f - nw.-- r ihwi JOO Al! dJKCf - . U't sits, tW4 Ik task tn US a feline ex- pectations, and then again they do not measure n all. Hut making them Is the great sport, even though at times they bite the hand that made them. d!ly Uu. yrs. fr -- uil .! .'o I No Nttd to Rtptat It. Itayiuood had played until he was overly tired, und when he went upstair to bed hi mother called after him not to forget hi prayer, l.ls-- i truing. he otcrhcan! the follow lug. uttered In a sleepy Voice! "Dear Oodj I'm awfully Hn-d- ; ki my prayer to-- , night Is tho same as last night andl you remember what that was. Amen." I " My could not take calomel m it seemed too strong lor licr, so she used mild laxative nnd liver regulator . . . Vc use it In Ihe family nnd txllcvo It Is the hetf in.- Jhe livcf nude." Try It. on me Kenuine " Th6dford's. 2&apack gc. u-- a sa as The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April 5, 920 1 1 SPRING IS HERE BUT ARE YOU READY TO PARTAKE OF PLEASURES OFFERED? Trutona Is Daily Winning Unstinted Praise From Hundreds For Overcoming Tired, Draggy Feeling so Prevalent During the Coming Season 4No-Accou- nt' A SILENT HKYANTSVILLE Mr, nnd Mrs. II. I. Ilurton were in 5 Richmond Monday. 113 .Mr. ami Mrs. W. K, Dnvia were In u. Lexington Saturday. to :3S;C&-SQCS:-S-:'SX:''SS- -; PROPAGANDA Uy TWO OF ' A KIND ' TO-DAY tkc coming of Sprints with ihey feel so tired, sluggish, Ilfole when they mtom anything to nnd generally be full of 'pep' know they should may he your nml vitality, in perfect harmony with "That all the invigorating brcexes nnd answer nml admittedly "it all weather of Spring. it all depends upon whether itMtou.l TIioumiihU of people arc now tnk-in- it er not your system ha Trutona, the I'crfcct Tunic, to of winter that the exacting n leave In Iti wako so many many overcome inn weakened phyidcnl so prevalent at the elbsc of thousand nf people with carnpM"-l- y winter And hundreds of public atnte-tnensystem. now being made daily, prove In fact, censirtcuously in the minthat none has been disappointed in ority arc those wImi hove eomplet f winter mal- Trul oho a a reconstructive agency, ly avoided the ravage adies. True, there arc thousand system purifier and body lnfgorniit. quickly. Trutona doe its work in warding who were aueccMful an" attnrki uf influcni nml still mere It speedily nttnek the impurities in thousands wlw senpod imeumonta, the blood tlmt might, if left nleno but WHO IS TIIKItK THAT lll) bring serious reult. It rebuilds strengthen tiaaues, AT I.KABT broken down NOT KXI'KIUEN'CK O.VK IIKAVY WINTKK COU DUIC-IN- I lie nerv center and produce proTUB PAST SBASON? Itesarm. per dssgoatien nnd nimllatlon of Iter. only ccnnd in severity to pneu- food, at the Millie time throwing olT monia anl infhicnin, w the heavy, any decayed matter that may have i accumulated. In short , Trutorm winter rough or cold. . Like pneumonia and influenso, thoroughly and clTecicntly tone up winter cough nnd colds tend U wissk-v- h j every urgnn of the body nnd give and materially affect ulmoit every to your physical being the vigar nnd vital organ of the lndy. People wlw t vitality, winch alone can place with-- , have suffered n heavy winter rough, in your reach the many pleasure yet feel that their system Imve escap- 'which Spring olfera to the healthy ed the itraui of winter weather, arc man and woman. Trutona is fold in I.nncnuter, nt sadly mistaken. If the could grasp adv. the fnct, they would not wonder why Mt Hubert Drug Store. Doe-- nil iti plenwro. YOU? 4eni," tun-Wii- y !? con-ditio- run-Iow- ii ' ' .3aa3ta9M93oa)Me:ocjao9 frsouta sll l I ifly.' VMHttMlhtiiii fijjj! v 5 I X jS3r"ii 1920 : SEASON 1920 S Star Chester, 6470 IN OFFERING Tlir. ST.RVIcr.S OF STAR CHESTER. FOR THE SEASON OF 1920. AT MY FARM SIX MILES 470. FROM LANCASTER. KY.. AND NEAR McCREARY, i m AT 1 S15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL believe I am olTonng a ltore with richer blood line than any SotMlo Stallion steading at three times the fee. He has for his tire Champion lteurbon Star, who won in more classes thun any mme in Kentucky during hi show career Bourbon Slur wa. sired by HuurUn Jung, he by Hour-Wo- n Chief ami k w down through the Chief family. JTAIt CHBSTltlt. (WO, by lUurhoH Star. 'iUl'i, he by llourbon h HeurboH Chief, D7n. Kourbon King. 178. Star 4am Bllu Hodman. HU, by Cheater Dare 10. mm wus Krmlne Dare. S8.10, by STAR CHBSTKIJ'S Second dam Daughter, 1H70. by Chmrter Dare 10. Dare DU. by Ctmter Dare, 10. You can rwndily see am irring the bleed which is in Ckantpion Sadtlle lUne of the day. our WTU alao at the am time ami place tand two good 1 gfull Jack. Chief Napoleon, 5107 WILL STAND AT $10.00 TO $25.00 INSURE A LIVING COLT. FOR JENNET. Mr. and Mr. J. I logon Hnllard, were Danville visitors last Sunday. Mr. Henry Ruble nnd son. Chrn-Hulttt. Jiim.ii llrovui lit til III tin; show. were Danville visitors Saturday. iininsloti of tln town In Afiou Mis Mnyme Ilnlwrd nnd Mr. Jack Her flsier. Mr. I'.rnet I'arkN more Imiiilil) resided In a modcM lit- William were Danville vhdtor Sattle MittHiii- - In ArlMir I'laei". The for urday. Mter ci(licelHl beielf to he tho hocIhI Mk Stella llrown f ilaurm Vbi The latter wn spent the week end wrfth Mb Tmrrese ijiMiii of llntmplim. OHttrlit l be ntile In clothe Iiitm-Wood. mid ber fatnlly HH.MfiiiMy and pn Mies Mattie and Myrtle Cnmp-he- ll lmlil bills ulu-due. Ihe Iniun spent Inst week with relative In The llritum tlted hlsh thntusb urTeraiHf of Mist Alt lien Drlscotl, Junction City. IbHr tilere, mill lloated iiloiig on crisl-it- . Mr. Alphic Scott of Dayton Ohio, All llratiiptoii knew the cl renin spent last Monday niht with Mr. and utmice of their rte In tho world Mrs. Henry Ruble. ItrnMii ami A brother f Jlr. Mr. IaiuI Vogcl of Cinelnnntl, i Mrs. I'ark had ddil leaving a line home nnd ipiilc it fort huh to an or ipending several day with her fnther pliiiu diiiigbter. He Imil apixilnti'd Mr Mr. Charlie Coulter. Itmun executor of the etnte and, on Mcr C. M. Dean and Robert Ister, a ery lllierul Ilurton Mceoiiut of ld attended County Court in as oiinM'iiattoii for lih erlie Richmond last Monday. guardian of Allliea. The Mr. Knocli Halcomh of Owsley Co. was that the moiiil from modest imnrtern Into ihe Drlritl man spent .a few day last week with Mr. . slim rent and were Invttdi In 11. II Halcomh and family. etM'iidltiires, tn ihey all eami' out of Messlame II. C. Rose, J. Hegan Ihe entitle. Ilallnnl ami Mis dim Dnwoa were to At iiihc Mrs. Itrowu liesau to bloom Danville shopping Friday. forth as a tleni- - of fiirhlon nml Mr. Herbert Hutchison of Junction She grouiHil nlioiil her u speami City pent the week end with Mr. rm I cltyue. frtisl ami feasted ik hiiHmle I'orks fnmHv. ihI Imik John Campbell and family. rtm4lerel Wtclltle for aWtmn lo MoMlnmc J. Hegan llallnrd ami IIh- - rtmrmed rtrrte. wru prartlrnll II. C. Rote wre tmt gnerta Friday of Isnwed. Mr. K. 11. Khtor nt Nkhom1lle. Not that ihey nilielci! It mucli, for Mr. and Mr. J. Hogan Itnlhird atttmt Haunt the; were lit of the klmt Ml In fale ctmira. Tttefi, brWiis Ihey tended "I'p in MamVs Room" at tho liad ih bite unit enuMdettr of AHIh-Lexington Opera House Tuesday SI, wa a bright, beurtssmie girt, and night. iTy mmiii mi tbnmcli the tiitti eneer Mr. J. II. Kdward, Miss A Hie Mae of tier gHurdluiis. They bad lrlel In Edward and Mr. Thomas Henry Kd le tain to Induce her to treat the as Inferiors, but nothing etHiltl ward were N'lchohMVille visitors on Friday. her. TbiTe was tnrrely a ta a wrt of It In ilmi hf illil n.rt Mr. and Mr. C. M. Dean and Mr. lle iimiiii) of Iter fatorlte aunt ami and Mr. A. R. Swop were Sunday her little one. guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Farley I or two AUImsi i rs had of N'teholaavilkt. , ami :y al a ! I Hie llrowns an opportunity to Dr. and Mr. II. C. Rote and little out more than ever. Their ton. Jamo Lear, attended "Up In wu narly at an emt, MbIiIo' Room" at the Lexington K i.iplianslilp to the terms of Ihe will, ami Opera House, Monday night. who professed to know hluleil Mr. and Mr. J. C. William and Ihnt Jbmhi llrown v.is growing ijulte In his ue of the llrlscoll visited Miss Helen Illair Williams One day u flnu lix'klng. gen- Mia Kunnie Kidd in the Keren Hostlemanly joung man came pital who underwent an operation. ethlent gid-- t Maw Kidd' many friend here wi'i 'o Itrninpton neliiit and routteous ways commend-- i her a seedyp recovery, it him ihi Mght as "an etlxllde' by the llrown N't. It was reporttsl llmt lie Mr. Crnnlcy Hurt diinl April 10th uiis sent ihi the inlsl"ii of liH.klng up nt 4 0X0 o'clock. She leave to mourn aonie law matters, lie lived nt the her loa her husband nnd four chilbest hotel and bad an automobile, bill dren. Interment took place in the i. mlf the mistake of his life, a Mr. Maple drove cemetery Sunday after-onoF.niuu gate It mil, by tnklng up with The sympathy of the comOnce he wa the I'ark Hiking the tlreil-ou- t Mrs. I'nrk and munity i extended to the bereaved Ihe children out for a regular airing, one. he fell many decree In the favor u tho sorlnl ipies'ii of Itrainpton. Happiness and Duty. "A very presentable young man, oIh Iltipp4ni'x is the natural tlowcr of rtisl tlmt iTltleal lady to her eioe duty. l'lillllpM Drook. frieiiil,' nnd 1 understand be mie from a rrcdltatde family: hut we mast That' Warm Cncugh. Iraw the Hue slrIotly. An nstfonomer ha eome forthwith -Why. what do )ou mennT wns In- the belief that the tetupomtuto of tho center of the sun Is not more than 10, quired. OHO degrees centigrade. 'lie ws'iim to favor the I'ark Of crHirse, tliey nn my The White Deer of Cozjc Forest bill they do not belong III our In the Come forest In tllen Cnnnle-- l Mr. Tliroop Mem to class. Internes, Scotlaml, n white fuwn their romimliy and that of their kind, ami I hne ninolltil an Invitation to In.s recently made an appearance him to my next reception, not car lie in a herd of red deer. Tin anlinnl lu heci, observtsl closely through n to take any risks." nml I nld lo be pure while "Oh. dear, no! Sdmiics In every-Ihlnr- . with the exception of n Might bluish dear Mr. Itmwn.' wa ki.irk ihi the neck. ami to others, when Inquiries newcomer were made conceniluc the Oenlus. Mrs. llrown simply looked mysterlons Tlio hook revluwer of Everybody ami shrueccd her boulders. This wa Magazine drop, nomewhnt unno Ihe cue to 'her servile follower, nnd countnbly. Into these rhupsodlcnl Sidney Ttiroop was Ignored purely on genius: "It I tho queerthroiicli n )steumtlc propaganda nf est thing In the world, the most silence. It bums now- - In the mind "I Hilnk It your duty, .Ibniii. to prolie of ii con In ancient r and resent the uiystertoii openitlmi-o- f Home, now In n of l'emln, this joung man.' obsened Mrs. now In n livery keeper' son In Lonllrown lo her liusbnud. "What biil-nek- don, now In a mixer of pill In a he Iiiih looking Into our nffalrsV dreary Norwegian town. Like th Til jslic him a pb-c- of my mind." wind. It 'blowetb whither ll llsteth,' wns Ihe rejoinder, and the next day It I a tire tlmt may nut be quenclied, Sidney Throop, doing some writing nt either by failure or nuccc. And altorney'a oillce, was whether we know- - Ii or tint, It my a desk In hi confronted by Jnsoti llrown with the light the wths of nil of us." wortls : "I'te come lo find out why you are milking Inquiries about my prlvnte nf lt Trr-ruivn OTILLIA F. PFEIFFER I I THE BEST TOBACCO SETTERS ON jf THE MARKET llrlis fn-e- TIGER SETTER Hk-i- I'ark-HMi- as I (n till-va- ve I I I BEMIS SETTER j;i WE SELL THEM BOTH AND AT : Cj PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE. ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK. j iod s lli-'i- Becker BRYANTSVILLE, & PHONE 27. Ballard KENTUCKY. i i . mi apiK-arln- lne Would Spare Grandma's Feelings. Th. o"i.t ilny my mint wn writing lo her mother, nnd Mic nli' lo her little hoy. it ho had recently iciimeil a few nf bis letter nt chool: "Gene, don t you want In write your letter to grandma and show' her how much you ewclally for Ihe fantastically henutl- - have Icr.rnedV (!cne thought a few fill ones; of "A Midsummer Night' minute mid I n replied: "O. mother, Dream." The groat oaks under which gnitidiiin I i old and lt' been n long hi fairies ilaiiccd still sjretch "tit ' time sinee she went to school, she their branches over the pruhiiMy uoiiMn't know what they I swank are." Ilxchiilise. i stmdow-dnp-ple- Shakespeare's Greenwood. Less than three hours' travel from dirty, blur Umdon Is Hie forest of Anion, which Is hallowed In the mind of nil who speak Imcllsh by the fact that ShnkesMHri' found In It Ihe Inspl- ration for Ills wimdland seme, nnd If3E COME rela-tlte- eny To Sunday School and stay to Church on DAY l, MAY 2nd. 19 2 0. KENTUCKY SUNDAY i SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, , Incorporated. tcnt-makc- trni s iBiirn pj) e falr," Throop arose and cloed Ihe nlhe To mivo you trouble. If you dxir. mut know," hennsweml. "I have been acting In behalf of your niece, wh ha nulhorUisI me to gather up In formation touting to n cnncellatlnn of your mmer n ndmlnlsirntor." Jusoii llrown tuniol uile. "How I tlmt your biulne1' he blustered MJuit till: to make It easy for you tn resign without Ihe public being hi nrliisl nf vour Irreculnrllles. I mils' uo plnln word. Mr. llrow n. Alt hen wlslie lo Mm you humiliation and dlsgrnce." ".Mthenl" ejaculaled Drown, "IHnclly my wife. We were mar-- j rlod quietly two tumuli tduco." Mr. nml Mr, llrown left llrnmptoit a month Inter for New York, where the former had lieeii offered n very luenitlte position, but the community wn only partly deluded. The I'ark group were plnred ii rhnrce of the old homestead nnd Utluii nnd SWney tuade their home with them, all hands, under new bar- clrcuinatauri', buppy a tha ilay wa long. ; CUuf N'apoleen, Jennet Jack. &I07, has proven himself to be n geed : I Finis Napoleon, AT $10.00 TO INSURE. He Ifife haniis high, yellow with white paints, big fine band and ear. be) ami taty-anA I am ttundlng two good Jack thi year, I will give the farmer u ebance to breed thuir stvok at a reasonable low fae. cnsn money it I will retain a lien an all celt until insurpnid. Mare transferred or Bred ekewhere, forfeit ance and must be paid at once. Guru taken to prevent accidents but not responsible khauhi any our. All my stock will be In chnrge of my brother, Kugane Hrdhnw, at my home plac where they were last year. V As. r- Trr. - . ENGRAVING Ton buy tills work because v..u want soniethtiur nle twi is ur.Ur t" e- nonilie. CJ.whI prlnllHg hi better than, cheap erfrumi; n cheap Dnery la nrull) disappointing, our wurK I tho alandard. - 1 m 11 1 d Sanatorium c' Tcr th Trtotment Tuhreur Lsu.-Vss- :i .Malntaltl I AntUTubeti . c Lou.-- iaiui NfjJ. i. s ' the culotli lo all u sMgtiBt aJcuate tium.ial i it S VP Enro vcr.t and Jlotloncra ml. eluding bond, amH.il etc. 1'ItH pt-- a Rut ftMO per .', ' i louisvilli: Call at Central Record office and see complete line of samples. Walker Bradshaw. Phone 3tl4.ll, R. F. D. No. 3. inandkiccxtrafctcti. ful tuiioundlaf. tisuUWm Wtssitl AM.I tss4M it HM4.-- .'- '. (.!.! 'i : p M LANCASTER, KY. ICC . I.UMIM, lukl I. ml . ' i , fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 15,1920 f V Good Roads. By J, Olden Armour. SALVATION ARMY We Have It CALL US I Let Us Mail it to You. AWcRoberts Drug Store n Bar W HTHHf H IH W BBT Ban BSH Hil HM SSSH WE HAVE Provided the Feeds and Mules need tonic. That you need for spring use. n Your Cows, Horses, change of ration which serves as a FOR THE COW Shomockcr We have Mixed Feed, Bran Shorts, Sweet Feeds and n bnlanccd ration. FOR THE HORSE AND MULE We have Green Crass, Sweets and Oats. FOR THE HOGS We have Mixed Feed, Middlings, Corn and Shomockcr, the Balanced ration that makes fat and produces thrift in your herd. Has everything in it a hog relishes all at a fair price. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, i m Li im ii im jm wiiiimm .i wKrmtmi jw vim wm wm ivi VuB ysw iiM w KENTUCKY. j in Swat ths Mosqultol Worry Over. "malaria." "chills and Advertisement In llrooklrii paper ttrer" ore mused by Plasmodltn vlvnx "Party that lost ptirte containing J21 a protozoan, and transmitted by mos- need worry no longer; It has been quitoes. found." Boston Tratincrlpt. -- Ague." The Anger on which the engagement ami wedding rings are worn l anatnm-H-nlltho weaker of the ten. have to give the third linger twhe as ranch drill as the other. The explanation Is that the tendon of the xtensor raascle of the third finger 1$ Winched by a cross-slito that of the fond. p Tht Weakest Flnoer. y Their Use. If there were fewer fol about, the, world would be a much more pleasant place to lite In. Only It would bo harder to make a living. Life's Principal Business. Half (he huslnexa of life Is concerned with knowing how to use men nnd women, how to understand them, bow to get on with them, how to turn their faculties to the best account. Vis count Bryce. Walking Sticks and Canes. The iceneral use of enne wus at on time forbidden In Home by Imperial illcl, except to persons of patrician miik. The women of Hint time carried tlii'M nlso. The cane nppetrred In Kng lund ns the badge or aristocracy In about tho fifth century. tater cams t period of decoration nnd canes of eiiillle deslgu rraulled. and an area approximately eiwl to that of Pennsylvania, Hon-liihit abundant room for develon-nen- l. It has n tropical climate with few of tbe 'usual disadvantages. Ths interior la mountainous unci mlubrl-- i' with conttderablo rich land sulta-- I ( fur diversified fanning and fruit while all of the remainder. () the deep mountain slopes. Is usen" raai.noo Possibilities In Honduras. Willi a population estimated at for ptisturnge. THE NATIONAL BANK OF Capital $50,000. Book-keepe- Surplus $30,000. r. A. It. DE.VN'Y, President! J. E. STORMES, Vke-Pres- t. S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. J. It. HABKIS, Individual HUGH MOBLBY, General Book-Keeper. entering a period DOING BIG WORK Projects which were planned during the wnr are be IN KENTUCKY Ing tint Into effort The Federal Government has made large appro i -priatlon. to be spent conjointly with appropriations by the various states, Efficient Headquarters and Officers II I In Larger Are Maintained Good roads Imve become n watchprogress. word of the pot-wa- r Cities and Towns. There is occasion for reflrclion in the fact that the greatest of ancient Army Is ibiiug a Tin Salvation empires wns conspicuous for its roatl-bKomnn roads were great work In Keuturky ami l puntilling. The the railways and telegraph of nn nge ning to extend It If lite t,nwir that did not know stenm nnd elec- fuuds nr.? rnlMil during the big lUm tricity. They were the pathwnys of Service Campaign drtte, May 1CS31. the imperial couriers and Imperial All slates east of tho MlMitmlppI rite legions. These ronds were the gir are to conduct csinpalfo daring tbe ders that held the empire together, rune week. It Is customnry, today, to admire Svtru cities la Kentucky alrrady the Komans for their prnctlcnl sn have thriving corjm doing svteiKlld gncity, nowhere better exemplified work for the Salvation Army, TUey In R momcnl'fl time you can figure out how than in their are; Louisville, Islington, I'rankfort, much cheaper it will bo to use Hanna's Green Seal In n manner, "history repents it Ashland. Covlngtou, llopklnssllle sud Paint on your property than inferior self" in our newly bestirred xenl for ktlddlesboro. "cheap" paint. Green Seal spreads farther, it What constructing good highways. In all Ihrwe cities the Sahatlna excels in covering power, and surpasses in lenjrth to the Komans was a national neces sity, has become for us an urgent Army workers are very active to welof service. need; nnd this by virtue of n modern fare mirk. They maintain headquarIt protects the wood surface throujrh tho hottest Invention the motor car. 1 look ters with efficient offlrvm, and many summers, nnd tho coldest, wettest winters. Hoth for much ndvnncement to grow out recruit are constantly enrolled In th lcautifies and preserves. Shuts out decay and of the "motor nge," and I am cer service. ugliness. Tho exnet formula appears on every tain that this advancement will be In Uitilnvllle tle Salvation Arm? package. contingent upon the attention we citadel Is a targe, Una building, well to the improvement of our ronds. eulpMtl for the work. give Au lu KOI.I) BY Those of us who have made ol- - dutrial Home and a I loin j scrvntions for two decades have seen for lilrls are also maintained. In Covwondrous changes resulting directly ington Ky. CONN tho great Itootti Memorial llo- from the use of the pleasure auto pllnl. operated entirely by the Salt a. J Once the city was the city, mobile. nnd the country wns the country. tlon Aniiy, Is one of the Today they merge into one another. agencies for god In the community. The city man knows the country' m never before is glad to have access to it nnd to live in it when possible. OUT OF-LOCLUBS The country man knows the city and frequents it often. Small vil lages of yestcrdny have become the FOR FRIENDLESS GIRLS history making news. Will be full rural metropolises that one finds here and there, everywhere. This is nil will be nominated. good, for it is well that ti nation be How the Salvation Army Helps to Solve a Bio Problem In Wet. knit together in the spirit of mutual fare Work. understanding nnd in a reciprocity high cost of living will be of advantages. Hut there are better arguments for Clubv ooimoMil of girls ubo have. prohibition question will be good roads than those which apply fallen, but who bate berti reflultixnl merely to the pleasure car. We nre ns UM'ful nieinhcrv of wteiety, are lit will be of equal told, on the authority of the Governperatluii In many llie In Kentucky. ment, that farmers lose $300,000,000; thew- - organisa The intinbershlp of yearly In marketing their crops, be-- J Clubs- - comcause 01 nail ronds. 1 hat ts too tions culled prises drift and uoiuen who have We should contem much to waste. No home will be complete without the daily newspaper through the nucne homes of the plate this figure in connection with! which will keep you informed on these subjects and ubreast ( are now working hai'd I Army and the high cost of living. There Is no more serious problem to help other girls who are "down, but with the times. before us today than the matter of j iwt out" A daily morning newspaper can cover these questions reducting the cost of getting the pro Clubs Is tbe follow, The ducts of the farm to the table of up system of the Salvation Army. more thoroughly, bringing to your door the first complete news the consumer. One step, at least,' Ktrry girt who paMw through the n of everything that happens day by day. In the solution is plain better roads. I rue homes of the Army la Invited to As an instrument of economy the a member motor truck has not yet come into Her membership entails a perwHial its own. Efficient servant it is in responsibility on ber part to help other certain restricted realms, it nowl girls. Out of lose she gtses a little of awaits the further development of her earnings to help others; out of interurban and country highways to love siis gte some of her time U reach the measure of its full attain-- ' cheer others. I'lubs meet at stated Inment. It has power and speed that! put it outside the class of the horse-- 1 tervals at many of the Salvation Army with its army of trained correspondents and complete Associatcorps In the stale. ilrnwn vehicle, and a nimbleness and T ed Press wires will give you tho news of your county, of Central Statistic nhnw Uiat oer Hi flexibility which gives it a certain ad- rent of the girls lng through U Kentucky, of the United States and of the World. vantage over the railways. It is my bouie are reclaimed. expectation to see it assume more The Herald'a delivery service gives you this information and more the function of the "short while it Ls still news. NO WORRY TAX haul" as its own peculiar province: INCIME in part, relieving the railways of SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL OFFER those duties which they are least Kvrry meinU-- r of tbe Salvation ble to perform; nnd In part, ex Army In Ibe United States, from ComTo Expire Jaunary 1, 1921, by Mail only. panding the field of our national mander Kvunzellue llootb down tu tint youngest soldier In the ranks, has rnnsportatlou system. 1 Daily and Sunday Herald $5.70. I say, therefore, all speed to the found Mimathlng about which be does 2 Daily Herald not have to worry. $4.70 good road movement! It will cheapen It's the salary Income tax. 3 Blue Grata Farmer our methods of distribution nnd help $1.08. According to Internal revenue colto bring the people of our country lector not a member of the Army In Fill in this coupon and mail at once. loser to each other. I commend the 1,'nlled States received enough Lexington Herald, its common sense nnd practical wis Milary Issl year to make a tax reLexington, Ky. dom. It may be less spectacular turn. Commander Itooth. the highest rankGentlemen: Enclosed find $ than some of our other national is for which sues, but it strikes deep into the ing SstvutlonUt In tbe I'nlletl States, please enter my name on your subscription list for the In Kilury In reivlwd le Ihan l.i roots of fundamental progress. expiring on January 1, 1921. offer No. tutu. The country road-bulldln- g. Is ef err loJ cWj" jxwifr u road-buildin- so-call- ed BROS., Lancaster, THE YEAR of Presidents The OF 1920 i attacked. e The and 6ther questions settled. thrashed interest e e THE LEXINGTON HERALD e Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Buena Vista School News. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swine broad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormet, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. SI. Elliott, Directors. WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. I ofllivr of tba TJirre are now tS. NAME Salvation Army worxing In mi dlfTen-n- t Ian und speaking H .Miss Jessie Lee Hloun spent the guaees. Town week end with her sister. Siilvutloti Army was founded In The Miss Bessie Hughes spent tho week 1878 by William IbMiih, first general R. F. D. nd with her homo folks. of the Army, who died In UUU. lien-erBooth started in life by preachMiss iiuth Lane spent the week ing on srcet corners ami gained worldud with her homo folks. wide fame. Mr, nnd Mrs. liurold Scott spent thu week end with relatives here. SI Us i:nligelliK- - "nilh, nimmander-in-thli- f of the Sulvniiou Army forces Misses Emmn nnd Anna Holtzclaw NATIONAL BANK, pent the week ond with friends here. In the L'lilleU Stules, Is recognised as one of the best public spcukrrs In the OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Misses Nannie. Sloan, Kate Holtz country. claw and Bessie Hughes were in Dan ville Saturday. When tbe War Cry, the nfnclul puhlU The way of the SAFE it the way of the duty, one of her cation of the Salvation Army, goes Mrs. Abner recited doing dollar. choice selections in Chapel Thurs- to pre. It U prluttsl In IS different language. It it no gamble. day morning. It it a sure thing. atI'rof. and Mrs. J, U Abner A Snlatton Ann)' worker Is not Follow the course of wisdom and place some tended the Minstrel given ut llurgin an ofllcer until iiialllled to of your earnings into safe keeping in the substantial Wednesduy night. some lime Is spent In a training banking system of this community. The Drama, "Valley Farm," given school. Get a book today, at the Buena VisU High School Get the saving habit with it. Building was a grcut success. There The Salvation Army corps at touls-vlll- e called for women recruits to car was a large attendance, und all seemB. F, Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, ed to enjoy it Immensely. Tho net for the sick and nedy there. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. proceetls were $60. which will be W. 0. Illgney, Asst. Cashier. Joe, J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Nurse of the Salvation Army corps divided among the three rooms of Wm. P. Miller, Tsller. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ais't Teller. the teachers vho participated and st Covington worked ubjfet sad (am wring for tfes sick. . will be spent for equipments. ! CITIZENS The SAFE Wuy 5 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April I 5, 920 1 1 CARDS.! CLUB M. S. It's dollars to doughnuts no man ever smoked a better cigarette at any price! B.Y. P. U. Annual Convention To Meet In Franklin Ky. The Fifth "Annunl Convention of the HnptlH Yuunc l'cople'a Union of Kentucky will be held In the auditorHaptlut Church, ium of the Plrat Krnnklln, Ky., April 'J2nd to 2ftth, Inrluilve, I'mldcnt J. W, Compton, of liopkinivile, Ky., prcaldini:. ' Tlie fiwt tewMon will he held nt 8:00o'clock on Thursday, April 22nd. Mayor K, I., (illleple nnd linn Finn, of Krnnklln, Ky., will each tleliver n nhort mldroM of wekome, which will he renponiled to by llcv. T. I Wooton, of ErlnnRor, Ky. The principal nildreaa of the eveninc will be "The Contribution of the H. V. I'. U. of Our Time," by Kcv. J. V. Porter, I). I)., putor of tho First llaptlt Church, Lexlnuton, Ky. Three foaalona will be held each day thruout the convention. Among othor speaker will be Hcv. 0. K. llryan. II. I)., corrwpondinjt ecrc- tnry of the llnptint State Hoard of MiMiona; Ituv. J. It. Hlack, State Sunday School Secretary; Itev. I.. W. Doolin, I). I)., llopkiniville, Ky.; Itev. V C. Iloone, Ownenboro, Ky.j Kcv. K. II. Marrlncr.Dayton, Ohio; Itev. II. II. Lovelace, I.ouixvillo, Ky.; Itev. II. IV Itobertaon. I). 0-- , Paducah. Ky.; Itev. II. I. Ileter, of Whittville, N. (', and Mr. It. I. ltenchnuner, of Nevada, Mo, All the vnrioua phnc of H. V. P. ' Mr. II. t". work will be dkeuMed. N. C, will I. IlonUr. of Whitevlllo, di'ruM Senior problems and Mr. H. I. llfritbnu'cr, of Nevada, Mo., will cum Junior problems. The program l replete with munical number, II. I ' j ' i ANTI-SUICID- E FOR DOWN AND OUTERS HATFIELD Mtlplno Hand Stretched Out By SsU DENTIST vation Army Works rs to the Office over Th Csrrard Ilank. Despairing. rhones Office S. Reildenca 370. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. clubs tu the llany stale of Kentucky are quietly carrying on the work of tndurlnc triple nut to take tlielr own lives. 'I'Iicm clulx! jn nmonK the Salvation Anny's hmtiy agencies for grappling y with iiionl and aortal problems, every nctlve Salvation Army DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. nirp In the state has ons of the, Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. r the agenry lxnrs the Office Hours 8 to 12 and t to S p.m. Club" or not name f 8taU Army olllcisU rejMirt that lorc Salvation Anny .iflUfrs frenonlly are notified of ruses of attempted u elili''. or of limn' utTerlnc from mortild ltu luilses. I'nrtlrulnrs In tliee cnsin mine from Milue. relntlves of the distressed DIRECTOR persons, or thnmgli uther ap'iielet Ofllre Over National Ilank. . when they Sahutloii Army uttln-rslnnr of n ene of a iwrson being on the Itusnlence I'lione 3. Office Phone 'S! verse of taking his omii life. Imiii"i,-alel- y I.ANCASTKIt. KY. eHll on the peixm nnd give whu' Ity talk ndvire or relief Is lug lline over with tlie Saltation Ani) nlHeer, the jierson gets a differami often nineliiiles ent view of tli nthat life Ik tertll while for 'Mill is nu of the many ar-irt- es giwitl hi the uork of the Salvation Army, wIh." Home Service t'Hmp.ugn Lick, b on In Keiitui ky, .May 10 nntl-sulcld- CAMELS quality, nnd their expert blend Turkish nnd choice Domestic tob.iccos hand you a cigarette that will satisfy every smoke desire you ever expressed. You til prefer this Camel blend to cither Kind smoked straight I Camels mellow-mildnes- s will certainly appeal to you. The "body" is all there, and that smoothness! It's a delight! Go the limit with Camels! They will not tire your taste. And, they leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant ciga-rett- y odor! J.J.Byrne Exclusivel Optometrist. l'rac-ticull- clubs--whethe- "Antl-Sulcid- J. A.Beazlev hUNERRL Just compare Camels with any rvtte in the world at any price! ciga- - H, J TO! ACCO CO Wnicn-lr- N M. - J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Dr. Kentucky. F. K. LANE HEADS NATION-WID- E Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Answered Promptly Day or Nifht. Phone 317. KENTUCKY. dincuwiion anil confer- encea by young people from nil over the state. At interval between the rciMons there will lie a number of ThU part of the program ntuiitJ. will be in charge of Mrs. Stanley Miltiuan, of Lexington, Ky. KlTici There will be an oney Ilanner nwnrdotl to the Junior and Senior H. Y. P. U, having cnt in to State 11. Y. P. U. Secretary 0. Fall Slipper. Oad'a Part In the Game, T. Hlack, 205 Kat Chontnut Street, City Lighting Modern. Many kkln an- - uxtl fur shoes. UV tin.' ilny when Herbert una riding Louisville, Ky., the highest nvcrage MttitlHC up a whole city at night h lila fnther In lit machine, ho tolil I Jjulte a Modem Invention, although timr, however, that lianaiia skins arc yearly report since the last conven1. 'iTt not to forget to remind him slippers. Ixitidou IHdmltmtleii un In mine of (do reavrted ( u certain crrntnl. After going n tit- - tion. All newly organized II. Y. P, nnclnit cities. Part anil tendon dis- Ittlchty. farther hli fnther thought of nn-- t U's will be graded accordingly. pute the priority In Hip matter of mod- - i thing ho wished to be reminded Above tha Earth. Plan are being perfected by the ern street lighting, tendon claim to The earth s sensible atmosphere ex- - J t Herbert thought nrlously for a Hiiptut churches here in thi local-itv- . liave light. ! " streets willi lanterns tent anil thru turned to hit father Irnds some V) miles bIn.vo tlie earth a a tarty a l.U hut this contention as well n thcue over the state. you'll surfaco but becomes, at only n few i I kiilil, "Well, d.ld. I cue l dltpUtld I g flit- - siltrelllll Cftl to take n Inrge delegation to this as- - rvrt llcti'tns were ' mile height, of too great a tenuity to i ,ise have to remind me to remind aemblage. lory lanttT' 5 fi The names of all dele-- ! n. l.fc. aui'i-tir- t protldr-- t il l'p i r cmt tn Pari. gates who expect to attend should be sent to Mr. P. Payne, Franklin, before the i Ky., at least two weeks I All-Stat- e DRIVE Calls LANCASTER, Fornvr Secretary of the Interior to Conduct Salvation Army Home Service Campaign. men In the One of the country, Krnnklln K. I.niie. former Svrvtiiry of the Interior In President Wilson's cabinet. Is to In the national chairman of the great Salvation Army Home Service" drive. May Althnuch under contract to assume charge of some great oil well proer-tie- s for rich westerners April 1, declarett that this work could wait until he had discharged hl duties ns h.nid of a great campaign to raise money to help the poor and hest-knone Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. u0 fr N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer .SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lnncnster. Ky,, R. F. D. No. 3 JOM WHITE WXVM.'XVj.'X'A'AWXyA'Xyj The ZiR-Za- tj Tread A-U 4W lnvJ ' - ....... It h. ' IM' rrr.U ."r'rriO? wzjm lttaMKf ir Tv mi , tt iwtmt u the unfortunate. A "shirt sleeve" man himself. Secretary Ijiiic knows what the pinch of poverty is. Horn and reared a pool boy. tie had many a hard knock bofor winning Micce. In assuming charge of the campaign Convention. Secretary loine an M: "I know- - of no The oiric's of the Convention are: greater bulwark that could be ralsel Prof. J. W. Compton, llopkiniville, ngalnst the rising tide ct human unrest IKy, president; W. T. Perry, Cov-- tlinn to strengthen tho hands of tills Uirlstlan tollPnyne Krankrin, Ky., second vice-- f band of W ers who have the confidence of alt ington, Ky., first men reeanlleK of race, cned. color president; It. I. Montgomery, Pa- - or oltlon tn life." Mis 'uiah, Ky., third my Perry, Stumping, (Irounil, Ky., recording; seoretury; 0. T. Hlack, MORROW ' Louisville, Ky., corresponding secr- GOVERNOR etary; Mrs. II. It. Childress, Louisville, Ky., trensurer; A. J. Shafer, GENERAL CHAIRMAN Hellevue Ky., chorister, nnd Geo. K. Jewell, Louisville, Ky., press reporter. I P t; IMW VILLI, KY. Ukeral eatertnwat aad full value 4 CO. ae" :rwFURS MMee an ejiujnE..- - SmI SUae POSTED notice. is wo will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take )ur land: for any purpose whatever Tne undersigned hereby give warn-"n- g to all persona not to trespass upon Some Civic Synonyms. Puncture-Proo- f with Every tare-Proof- s Cord-Qualit- y villi stocl. T F.F. Cord INiiicturf-I'ronfXJrord lirrtt that ran arc tin only win an argtimnit nail Let tin' lltiniH'M, louplirst, or Moutrst ppikc try to pierre tlir triplu tliirUiifMt of i.tft-- tli'i. They cannot pas. Tour tule is wife. The eonl eouMructiou h titiinjiired. Not u eonl cut or cak cued, for tlie tccl tlien are placed between the cordr. and the tread. were ciibjccteil to the severed before lieiiift tiffered to tke )itiblie. They were everything that a cord tire elioulil lit not a single cord quality bat! been sacrificed to make tbem puncttire tChtK proof. bet tis fellow you the. quality and construction of this remarkable tire. For eighteen months Leu Cord l'une- - rc Too oDstTiiitrt LEE Cord Rtnctttre IVoof View of Laver Tfres "Smile at Miles" sell-wh- at Cord or Fabric Puncture Proof (I)allns News) Cleanliness, sanitation, beautitlca-tion- , conservation and safety are all They symbolize synonyms. iivi good citizenship, nnd good citizenship i good business, though the annual loss through lack of painting u grmter than the annual lots by tire, cleaning up and painting up i a long tcp toward tho prevention of fire, which costs the nation JLT.0,000,000 annually. This campaign rids homes and business houies of accumulations or rubbish that ure tire menaces to every community. Itemomber that II tires are the same size at the start. At the same time, the ulley should be cleaned, fences anil shed should be repaired; vacant lots should be etoutUHl nnd tin cans, paper, and weeds removed, This work also huld be carried wt inside tit heuie. stale. J. I'siil Svrulii Is the state director, Painting ur VHrnisMng makes things with otlleus In the t'oleiuall llillldltu. Ust longer. ll Is nslstel by three Uulsville II. M. iildAatd. for tllvtslon Seme good men and true bocomo tie Wostorn IXvMou; Ouch It. .Msnii, at taoroupiily wrapHHl up in the wrk for the (An i ml INvKion, and C. ('. . t selecting good wen for Hibhc ef-h- f ComiliHi, for Ibe Ifosteru trwt they vn fargut to vote. Charles V. Morris oulsvllle, Is chair-imiof ibe Speakers' llureuti, and g (!e.irge 1L Hlephetia is stale publliitv KocmI Is iwing up, ek)tWng is up, sttHtkws ur vwlng up, ever'-thin- g dim-tor-. In accepting the genenil chalnnan-shlIs uwigr up, ami if sowvihitiK of the eaMtpalgn (inventor Morrow lon't com dttwn mwh we'll all blow said: up'The kidemlld tvork of die Salvdilon Anny apisil to Hie heart of all who are familiar with the work ncnmiplwli Iteul-Ir.lne cum-lnosn At-ett.llre.-tors- It. L. nifcin. Mrs. Cora Phillips. Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma llleginbotham, (Ihvcrnor of nit states east of the Edd and N. B. Price. Mllslppl river are taking an active S. C. Iticsby. , Interest in the Salvation Anny Home D. M. Anderson. IrsMsVService fainpalzn. May HK.1). the splendid work done by the R. L. Ilarker II. L. Kellcy. Salvntlon Anny and appreciating Its J. C. Kiesby. to fully meet present-daenrnest opportunities. (Sovemor IMwIn H, Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Slomiw, of Kentucky, has accepted Thompson nnd Tracy the general chnlniiniiKlilp of the in this slate. The state chairGiving It Service. man Is Jiiilm- - Henry S. Marker, of "Tiny u i mm n. and every man, for UiillsvMle. JmUe Ikirker Is very we'l He sorted as (hat matter, sltotild do something tn known to Keiiluckliinv Unlesi lusttfy tier or his existence. l, u moiel r of the S'ale Court of a woman elves n much ns she lakes iih pielilent of the I'nlverslty In Ice she la n llnblllty. nnd not of ICeiitueky, and i ciiptgiil In tlid an mt community." Dr. uset to practice f law In Uuil.vtlle. Judge Ksther Lovejoy, the llarker has alnays taken a leading IMrt In wi'lfiir.' work In Keniurky VI re cbdlrnten will ho appointed for esi'li of tlie thirteen illstrli-- t In tbu Salvation Army Home Servlea Campaign In Kentucky Will Takt Place May 10 20. llllo Southern Optical Co. Incorporated Manufacturers of Perfict-Flttln- - SPECTACLES EYE AND GLASSES 4 or Tires are advancing every day but we are we have on hand at the old price. Lancaster, Kentucky. .IOM2V t Nn r su. in- ihn ! CCK i .Kit It Mr H 'U I fr wfr I'tMfsfii. ur Afn 4mtk TtyilatiMtf wk STORMES DRUG STORE. eU iy Its uiikeitNIi, devottsl otllcers and members, Wherever the Salvation Army 'wrrles on' Ihero you wilt flint e imfurtu need supplied; it nate com forte. I, a hungry one feik un aching heart ulvrn surcease of sorrow "I appeal In the great heart of Ken lucky to reond generously to the call of the Salvation Army In Its Home u not be outService Cumpalgn. done Ity other states In rallying to the support of an institution which has '"1 f'1'' donp ifd fiMit-sor- Kryptolti Artificial Eyes IuvUUde Illfocal Ia?ii 4th A Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE, KY. w't'fr uiudji The Central Record, Lancaster , Ky.. Thursday April 5, 1 I 920 Saturday, April 17th AT 2:30 P. M. AT m Hackley, Garrard out-buildin- gs County Kentucky We will sell the James Burnside farm now owned by Ben Sutton. This farm will be sold in four tracts. On this farm is a NEW HOUSE, and at at the cost of building material today this house could not be erected for less than $7,500 or $8,000, and will be offered with about 4 acres of land. Also about 40 ACRES with splendid new tobacco barn. TWO SMALLER TRACTS. All is well watered, sand stone land. In high state of cultivation. Close to stores and school and in the best of the county's splendid neighborhood. The purchaser will have nearly nine months to arrange to meet papers and will have that long to sell at a profit and be out of no money. COME TO THIS SALE. POSSESSION prices. The trend in prices for twenty years has been upward. It will cost more this Fall. January 1st, 1921. Three Gold Prizes will be offered for the man or woman who guesses closest to the W. E. WHITTAKER. SULTAN HEARING Names Marriage Day. This Week On Tobacco Cbosen A Ceaeral Knot Mar Tying Dal For Turkish Empire. GIFTS FOR FIRST BORN. CONSTANTINOPLE, (Associated Press) The Sultan, Mohammed VI, has Issued an imperial decree May 1 as "marriag- - day" throughout Turkey in an effort to promote weddings and to arrest the decline in the birth rate. This action was taken on the request of Huzim Bey, Minister of Interior, who ascribes the decreased number of births in Turkey to the frivolity of young women. In the Sultan's decree, all engaged persons who have been unable to mar ry earlier nre urged to do so on May 1. As an inducement no charges are to be made for marriages performed on that tiny; guests at weddings are to make no gifts; the first children of those who wed on May 1 arc to the names of the children of the Sultan, and to receive the gift of a bracelet from the Governor of the .province in which the child is born. The Sultan's son is named d'Erto-ghrou- l, and his daughters are Itoukie and d'Ulvie. The edict is especially directed to the province of Ilroussn, in Anatolia, which attracted much unfavorable comment In the Mohammedan press because of its greatly reduced birth rate and the tendency of its population to violate the Moslem prohibition of the use of intoxicating beverages. Government officials alleged that people of Anatolian villages, men and women alike, indulge in what they call "burning nights" of musle and feasting. Indulgence In modern dancing has aroused the protest of a member of the Chamber of Deputies from who has introduced a bill authorizing officials to prevent worn en from "participating in the antics und capers of the ballroom." dv-Low- elL JAS. I. HAMILTON. Opportunity. OrndrtuntUr Is a tine thine. So fln In fact, that some of us miss It. a, FOR DO NOT DRENCH HORSES COLIC. It is dangerous. Use the modern method. FAKIUS' COLIC REMEDY. Drop It on the horse's tongue. One doM usually cures. Founder never results. Get it todny. W. A. Dlckerson. Adv The mother who encourages her Daring. daughtor to cxpoie the charms of her And what they dare to dream of. neck, arms and back in order to dare to catch a husband should think again The Easiest Way. and more seriously. The average following the Him of the least rePrices. man will look at all he is permitted la what makes rivers and men to see, but invariably he will turn ' sistance Iloston Transcript. crooleil. Field Urges Governor To Sand Him to the girl of modesty and common sense when he seeks a wife. He does Big Noise, Little Dinner. Facts In "Big Four" Probe. not care to share those charms with Jud Tunklns htm Insisted on celling new dinner bell. No dinner he hot WASHINGTON Hearings on the the public at large. seen lately Justified any such racket V. J. resolution of Representative When you sec the wind blowing a Fields, Kentucky, for an investiga- dirty piece of paper along the street, the. old gotis raises. tion of the decline in prices of to- do a little thinking. Many people Whitewash. bacco being paid by the "Hig Four" b'prlnkle whitewash on the surface) aro careless every day, or the rubwill be held before the House Combish of various kinds would not bo nf a carload of coal Is the Chinese mittee on Interstate Commerce next littering pur streets and our alleys tiH'lhnd nf discouraging theft. The week, it was announced recently. eye of the watchman easily and our byways from day to day. vigilant the slightest disturbance of Since he introduced the resolution, Carelessness breeds filth filth breeds detect the contents. Mr. Fields has received many letters leads to sickness from growers in Kentucky and other and death. If every person would Product of Imported Material. States complaining of prices now be- use more precaution In the matter Despite the fart thnt althmuli the ing paid. One man said he sold part of community sancation we would buggy whip Is manufactured excluof his crop in the enrly days of the have less sickness, longer life, and sively In this country, all of the rnvr he market at $42.20 to Slo.Tfi. but greater huppiness. None of us may material from which It la made? exceptwus unable to get the rest of the whale.ever hope to be perfect, but we arc ing Hie thread, la Imported. Tho same crop to market, until early this all open to improvement in one way bone used In Its manufacture comes from the Arctli- - ocean, the rnttnti yeur. Then he received $10.75 to or another. from the South Sea Islands and the I17.C0. rawhldi. which la made from tti- - skin Mr. Fields recently requested that When the automobiles came into of the rnrnhao, comes from the Phil growers who have compluints furnish general use it was freely predicted ippine IslnmU. or some other place him with specific data setting forth that the horse would in time become where the cllnmte N extremely warm- the buyer, the market and the prices practically extinct. This prediction paid. He will submit the data to the will hardly come true, us there will Hunting Alaskan Bear. committee next week. altvuys be urgent need of horses on The Alaskan bears hau been hunteil may be different with perfect sHluty from (mots nmong Yes, there are bright lights in the the form. But it with the street cur. In Kockford, the constat Maud, and they nro nlso city by which you may guide your coitlpurutltely easy to kill along the steps. And there are bright minds 111., the citizens ure tired of their stream where they come lu the full poor street car service and decline to in the country which need no lights catch salmon. In this hunting the to renew the franchise. Instead hunter lies In wait, and (Hits bruin to guide them. utilthey are petitioning the state from a af ilUtnnce. Hut at that time ities commission for permission to nf the year the fur Is not prime. The operate motor bus lines In lineu of true sNirtmtiii goes up Into tho mounstreet cars. The commission has tain In the surly spring, sllll hunts hit Do you know that lanfutdaas, thst been vacillating, and bus lines have bear and kill him often at closo 'uar "swiui tirrd fcclioj,," heaviness, lira tern unless he gets killed himself. withor weak back, sote mutclei, atltT or sprung Into existence and use out state sanction. They are said to swollen ioloU, ibcumatlc palni, la the jreat majority oi cases, be very satisfactory. In time it Is (sdicste kidney trouble? possible the motor bus may drive the old street car out of business enUusses are an excellent tirely. means of transportation especially in act promptly tad effectively to reitora west, overworked or diseased ktdntyst the smaller communities. The day bcallby condition. may not be far away when we will sWd bladder to BUIr. Si..l. rHrs. FoisrtwiMstt 491 IS.suSs4 lw. Tier see them operating in our own midst. f mlribm rwiT'Y ate H.uU, iaJ., v..ia nth kUa saJ tUJJsr lmU IrvawMilr down a chick's thrnav cures Ui ttUU.4 Mralni I wiU sius ! few drops the Wanted th "Swupir." 5apr, A wairr caresla aau nr Wis UsaasU. i rufslsr My little cousin was over to our Ut rU UUt pr arts. Im ssv mmi diarrhoea frevrnls cholera, eases up l ms- fiUa JtiMtlM4 a4 One and other chit kiln house oue day. Upon looking around tiyUxm. AftrlUMeafMUIIM4 yw bottle mtkes It itaUonscil ylmiUUa.n4. ItwsasUstseeWeaJ the bathroom, she 4w the toothbrush ninllrlDC Al alt Jruetisls. . rul tsstsrse la u4fam w.ta Iim at Ik. ss ssyJi sal In the holder and remarked to my himpleanj Uukltt on -- ni. ! I eiw.ol kowl- - sent ntKIl vUUe Is B laM" MkM end a mother: "Auntie, sive me one of KliM ua learksa Raalr Ca,UilstcIr hit tacvvar ta eetint f4r FJte, wake I steal iMaauaaai." those. I wslit l iwwp my teeth." Chicago American. HASELUEN BROS. Drug Store. McRoberta diseaa-T-diseate Bojquett for Pattl The bouquet thrown to Mrue. Pattl on the occasion of one nf her farewell s lu Parte filled eight car- u The moonless nlr,lit has a touch of frost, and I sttvly-clenHigh and dominant amidst the Populations ot the Sky, the restless and the steadfast alike, harm (he great Plow, lit with Srnllca. a hard radiance its of the oshed and ahlalng share. Kenneth (Irahame la Unknown Influences. The rhythmic law nf nnttirr merits "Pagan Pa-r- . Hut we have collected wide study enough evidence to show Hint body Spanish Sardine. body welcht In growth In children, The principal Industry of Vigo, iduTtft, apM-tll- e for food, fitness for Ppaln. Is sardine lurking. The Vlgit work, thn recurrence of Illness, perl-ll- c district funilshea almost l, con-aclennno-fourt- h First of All Things. Plutarch aald to the Krnperor Trojan: "A!t your government commence In your owu breast, and lay the foundation of It In the command nf your temper and passions." Here coma la duty and the words riage. ' Orion. mental depression, tendency to crime. Impulsion to suicide, rise and fall nf Mood tPtniMTnturr. anil falling In love are all Influenced by a mysterious revolution. of thn world's production of surdities. The exjiorts of those In oil In 101. a mount ii to l.(U7.l" cases nf KM tins each, with an estimated total value of li.Tfsvi.nm. HUPMOBILE THE ECONOMY CAR" So naniL'd bvcatiHo it uses li.s khoUiiu and oil than any car on the market. Would be pleased to Demonstrate and prove to you it.s Kod points and hill climbing abilities. J. E. ELMORE AGKNT FOR GAKRAKD ami LINCOLN COUNTIES Tired Out? f lusj-bsfi- o, Spray Your Trees Now If You Want Lots of Fruit. Use SOLUBLE SULPHUR COMPOUND. V sJ McRobertsDrugStore