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INSTRUCT FOR COX. nml politi- Some politicians cal newnpiipers of the tnto are Cox. advocating KcmlinK uninstrtict-c- d delegates both to the ntnte convention May lth, and to the National convention. In this connection wo mny nay that it linn been tlie rumor for nome vA the time thnt Kctticky'H voto-iGarrard County, to see thnt she gives upon seven year old Willie Trimble, ' committee rfprctclil- last Friday night, was foiled by the Will U In Lancaster, Monday, CounNational Convention would be I tiir the city nbout five o'clock in the The general counties through which her part toward this worthy rnute. n down pour '"B the seven ty Court Day. according to cer- nftcrnoon in didn't seem to of rnin. the redernl Highway is to be built, No one organization, outside of the olTicers In Danville nnd the negro was However, it dampen, Red Cross now tain promise in exchaiiKe for tho enthusiasm of the forty or more nnd consisting of the counties of Hnrt, services forperhaps, did more valiant spirited to Lexington, where hewhich The Farmer Home Journal, the our boys during the Into remnlns until the grand Jury ri politicn! favor Kranted. Any booster who came with the Motor I ",c "' hp . """ Inl rnnkfort ' war than the Salvation Army The ii now in session, indicts the guilty only stock, farm nndto poultry paper devoted exclusively the state of way, Kentucky democrats do cade. A brass band of twelve pieces rard and Madison, met Amicnn Lc(io ,,01t ha ten parties. Kentucky, will be represented In Langave some good music, which always inn i urruu) nv ine cmi ui vimiriiiuu tiered it services in helping to raise Willie Trimble, after an all night not want and will not have the croud. They were wel- J. E. Robinson, to go over the situa- the desired amount that this county search for him, was found wander- caster Monday by W. O. Mclntyre, vote of tho state for the presi- attractsto athe comed city, in a very neat nnd tion with Road Commissioner, Josing aimlessly on the street last Sat who has recently been placed in comallotted. dential nomination, pitched appropriate speech, by Hilly Miller eph Hogg and Governor Morrow. will becomplete organization plete charge of this popular publicaThe has not urday morning about six o'clock. II around like a foot ball, or traf-(ke- d and responded to by Major II. t. They were given a cordial reception been nrranged In Faint Lick and talked in a very Incoherent manner tion in the Dluc Grns section of Kentucky. Mr. Mclntyre will be pleated nnd a lengthy hearing by Governor Ilrynntsvilte, but we hope in for political patronage Frater. before an and was unable to state definitely ns They were well cared for at the Morrow nnd the wfiole situation gone other issue to give the names of the to who it was that had attacked him to talk to any farmers or stockmen d if they know it. Why an with referenco to any new they have over and discussed a to the proper Kengarlan delegation? The issues onstrations Hotel and after some dem- method of hnndling the money and leaders who will nttist from these Sutplcion pointed strongly to Jen nnd to accept subscriptions and adin hauling yesterday kint. who had had a quarrel with the arc before the people. They morning, left on their itinerary for to be advfted as to the kind of road places. The committee as made up con boys father a few days before, and vertisements for the paper. The Farmers Home Journal In the futuro to be built. Garrard county had al- slst of the following: Mr. know the records of the candi- Paint Lick and Richmond. W. A the negro wns nrcsted. So certain will devote very considerable space to ready gone on record as favoring a Farnau, Chairman; dates for the preHidcnlial nomRev. H. S. Hud were many that the negro was guilty tobacco growing and selling and this Rock Asphalt Mr. R. L. Elkin that n mob wns soon formed with the ination. Knch candidate has the Stolen Watch Found. only county on surface and wns the son, feature will be of material interest to the entire route which Publicity Agent; Mr. William Miller, above results The negro stoutly Mr. Claude G. Conn , who had a had set her pegs so high; other counopportunity to make clear his denie hi guilt and many now are of the growers of this section. Thli position on all national ques- watch stolen from him a few days ties Itcing apparently satisfied to get the opinion that he is innocent. Kicth week' issue of the paper contained a Court Home Precinct splendid notice of success of tions. The democrats of Ken- ago. has recovered it and wishes to the macadam surface. Mr. William Burton, Commander Phillips, a sixteen year old boy, Is nl the Lancaster Loosethe fineMarket and thank hi friends who were so Leaf Governor Morrow promited them Mrs. II. S. Hudson, Captain; Mrs. G so held in connection tucky can understand the is- in giving assistance, which led tokind with the crime in the near it future will addition. and sues and are to select from the recovery. The ndvurtitcmcnt ap every assistance in to his power road C. Walker and Mrs. Leila Landrnm nnd led the officers to the place where nl Information that willhave of benefit be would recommend the futuro the attack occurred. Tribble claim Lieutenants. candidates their preference. If peared in last issue nf the commission, that this project be taking that the negro struck him over to the farmer in this 'connection. Eatt Park Precinct, they are able to do this why Itecord nnd hail the desired result The Fanners Home Journal is en nmong the very first in the state, Mrs. Sallle Commnndcr the head, which fractured the skull widely known nmong farmer of Kenfrom the fact thnt it is the first pro- Miss Mottle I.utz, Captain; let the delegates selected do all After a successful operation the boy tucky, having Miss King. been published for ject that had been certified to the Mayme Stormes is all Is doing nicely and will probably re the thinking for us? It Dunn. Lieutenant. more thnn a half century. Mr. Wesley K. King patted away Road Commissioner, that every cent cover. Wett Park Precinct. too transparent for excitement. No paper of the character Is held at his home near Iluckeye last Tues of the money needed for the building LATER: Keith Phillips, who Mis Shelby Maton, Commander These delegates are simply the day, his death being due to Infirmities of the road had been raited. in higher favor by the farmers of Misses Kntie Uarnes Dickcrson and said to be a has confessed A most Interesting feaagents and representatives of incident to age. He was an old $100,000.00 S.v.d. that he struck the boy with n hnmmcr, the state. Minnie Mae Robinson, Lieutenant ture Is the poultry department which In order that each county would the democrats of the state and Union soldier and leaves many friends H R YA NTS V I LLE Mis Zlllnh nt the instance of Jenkins, who hnd is of nbtorblng Interest to the wives it is proper and best to tell who will regret to lenrn of his pass gefits money back under the State Dawes, Commander; Mr. J. C. Wil paid him $5.00 to kill the boy. of formers, who are engaged in rais ing. He is survived by hli widow Aid plan as provided for by the last liams. Captain; Mrs. Rutsell Brown them what we want done when ing poultry. Funeral services were legislature, it was agreed that the BRASS BAND they get to the National Con- and two sons. Scott's Fork yesterday, entire rond through the seven coun- nnd Mr. R. I. Rurton, Lieutenant Col. G. U. Swlnebroad, Lancaster's conducted at . PAINT LICK Mr. Rice Woods noted real estate dealer, advertises ties, be built under the state aid plan vention. We don't recall that where the Interment took place. Commander; Miss Fannie Dowdcn Local Band Will' Play regularly in the Farmers Home Jour and with a mucadan suface and Captnin, Kentucky Democracy ever sent Mr. Harry Francis, and nal and he says that it is a splendid delegation to a Essex and Hudson Cars when the road is completed, the state, Mrs. Dave Hervey, Lieutenant. an uninstructed medium and a great help to him in Court Day. ' with the first available money, to reThen, national convention. We were forced to omit n large ad imburse the counties, for money exselling land. Col. Swlnebroad knows To Men. why at this important period vertisement for the Dcatherage-RccNext Monday is to be our regular the good advertising mediums, being pended nnd at the same time Motor Co., of Richmond, in this Issue, It is earnestly requested that all county court duy and we predict that probably the biggest advertiser in this the entire road with the Rock in the life of the country. announcing the fact that they will be Asphalt nnd at the expense of the men nnd especially Le a large crowd will be in town. The section of the state. He is one of The democrats of Garrard in next Monday with sam State. gionaires, help In the Salvation Army farmers will be at leisure, on account the most libernl patrons of the advercounty and the whole state are ples of Essex and Hudson cars. All the counties except Madison, campaign which begins In a few days, of the wet ground and they will of tising columns of the Lancaster Recfor Governor James N. Cox of This firm has the exclusive agency for have certified their money to the The Salvotion Arm did splendid course turn out by the hundreds. The ord and this fact I greatly appreciatOhio for the democratic presi Garrard and Madtion counties on proper authorities at Frankfort nnd service for the men in khaki nnd ns Lancaster lira si Hand will give some ed, as he is nn authority on publicity in a few week it will all be submitt- Ihey served you well, it behooves you out door concerts on this day and we of merit. dential nominee. He has been I these popular cars. times elected governor of ty Look for them next Monday, Coun ed to the Federal Government for its all to return the kindness. Give and will guarantee that all who come to The Farmers Home Journal has re threo court Day. Lancaster next Monday will find cently been reorganized nnd will be approval. This will probably take up give freely. a largely republican state am V, G. Kinnaird, Commander, something doing every minute. Some greatly improved nnd Mr. Mclntyre nbout three week time after which, today than What's The Matter? is more popular the survey will, begin and this will Heidal Snn ford Post, American Le great bargain can be found at the will devote several column of apace when he entered political life. Garrard county voted for $192, take up about two months, several gion. store of our local merchants, whose ench week to the Blue Grat section. advertisements have been appearing Quite a number of interesting Items He is a success as an executive. 000, worth of bonds for road pur urveylng corps being at work all THE BEST EVER. in the Central Record. Watch these concerning Garrard County farmer JIo Is young, vigorous and large poses, by a majority of ten to one, along the route. The present plan advertising columns, they will save appenred in the Blue Grass Departwhile Lincoln county defeated a road ns agreed upon will save the county mental grasp of the times. I'op ment thl week. 0 tax there last Saturday, by a major about $100,000. ns only about Quartet you money. ular with the masses, a friend ity of about ten to one. Each week there is a list of stock dollar of the bonds voted In this and farm sales and the subscriber1 is of labor, with the confidence of What's the matter with the people county will have to be sold. This Please Large AudiDEPRECIATION always in a position to know the mar capital and having come from of Lincoln county, have they gone to should be good news to all good rond ket value of his products. ence. tho farm, where he was born a sleep, or Is It the Magistrate that advocate, knowing that we will get Of Liberty Bonds IsvNot have gone to sleep on their Job? We the entire road through the county, poor boy and knowing the The best male quartet that ever en BONUS PLANS Magistrates, built of Rock Apholt surface and struggle of agricultural life he can vouch for ono of the who got his with a saving of $100,000 or possl- - tertained nn nudienro in Lancaster, Really A Fact. Squire "Ullly" Gooch. is none other than the Criterion Is a friend of the farmer and training in Garrard and was one of bly more. ARE MATURING. Market It Sliihtly Off But Each Bond Those attending from nurrar.i Quartet, heard at the Opera House the farmers of Ohio, and the the best we ever had. It Worth Evary Cent Paid. county were: J. E, Robinson, Judge! lnst niM' to n" audience that over whole nation are his friends Dollar a Day for Sol Pacy 01 tie noe ' Walker, Judge Forest Stunn ,nxca lne Local Band On Job. ly . I ... Cox is a vote t In other words, Tli ere are millions of women In . Klmore. nml J. Mr. W. F. Chamn diers and CorporaOur local band shows wonderful the getter and ns a nominee would The public Is indebted to Stormes the United States who are holder other, member of the locnl com- durbring to the party the brightest progress and many compliments mittee, being sick was unnbl to nt- - Drug Store, of which "Hilly" Maton and owners of Liberty Bonds. They tions to Lend ing the past few month and the not is proprietor, for the delightful en have the right to know and are ob hopes for success. He has ed Improvement is bringing out much tend ligated to know the true status of tertalnincnt. Them Money. been with us in our fight in favorable comments. week A surprise was In store for all who these securities In which their own Another Good Kentucky and wo know his this band was engaged to play In and their familes' future is so close attended. Not one Criterion Quartet, (New York World. ly worth and his strength with the Winchester during the sale of their Farm Sells. but two, sang to the spellbound audi by tied up. The country I overrun WASHINGTON. Substantial pro promotort nnd stock salesmen unpeople and have confidence in city lots, by the Victory Realty This phenomenon wn brought Mr. Robert Gulley nnd on. Jesse. gress na subbeen made by of this city. Mr. S. A. Walker, uuoul u mfnn oi n gracciui cabinet. scrupulous or worse who arc endeav- committee of the Ways and Meant coun him. Therefore Garrard I n... nurchascd l..t f Jn the genial manager of the company oring to Induce holders of Liberty wn,cn "0O." nc ?rV"4 on lne Committee in formulating plans for ty democrats should be in the wus very enthusiastic in his praise of ilton. the splendid farm recently Honds to exchange them for stocks nc,r ma " bill extending aid to service men convention Saturday May 1st. the splendid music and says the band owned by Mr. Charlie Dean. The ,tuXK' noto for no,L nml ,one for of little or no value to sell their mancet farm war with Germany. Tentabond and invest the proceeds in in tho and instruct the Delegates to added very materially to his success and islies near Camp Dick Robinson tive draft of the legislation to be re contidered ono of the very, " ful sale. the Louisville Convention for ,The c,imax of t!u evf n,nR ' cn,cr thcic unbacked promises. best In the county. The price Is wild commended to the main committee I forth-comin- g . TRUCK DEM- ROAD BOOSTERS SALVATION MOB FOILED IN LANCASTER ARMY DRIVE ONSTRATION For FcderarHighway, MONDAY When Negro Is Rushed Thoroughly Enjoyed by Meet n Frankfort Garrard County Will be To Lexington Jail. W. O. Mclntyre RepWith Governor Accuttd Of Attacklni Little Boy. Asked To Help. resenting the FarmAll. A large mob bent on securing Morrow. The Snlvation Army drive has been ers Home Journal, The Truck Dciuonttratlnn, which fixed for May 10th to 20th and an negro, Luclen Jenkins uccutcd hilled to Appear here Inst Turf-- ' Who I'ronili.t Hi Attlitanc. organization has been formed in complicity in abduction nnd attack Of Louisville, day came In n few hour late, reach-- I I ""'' I .- unin-strutte- Secty-Treaturc- r. wcw-- half-w- it Ex-Servi- ce d $80,-00- Criterion I " t . s Com-pan- y Te Pl,f Teachers Elected. At a meeting of the Hoard of ton I. II. C. truck Trustees of the I.nnciuter Graded J. W. Swnjr, nnd High Schools, held last Saturday night, the following teachers were elected for the next school year: Grades: Missc Lucretta Skinner, Notice is hereby given that a meet Eliza Smith, Amanda Anderson, s ing of the of the New Ilurchett, Ada Rich, Mildred Warehouse Co., has been Misule Tobacco Heatley, F.the! Ettrldge. Myrtle called for tho purpose of organiza Hublo and Mrs. Thvo Curroy, tion and other business which may High School: Miss Hettie Robin come up. son, Miss Margaret Sexton nnd Mrs. This meeting I called for Saturday I'. H. Hopkins. April 24th, at 3 IV M. and Is to be I'. II. Hopkins wni Sup helil in the County Court Hopm in the erintendent and Mrs. May Hughes Court House. Noland, teacher of Music. You aro requested to be representThe Hoard voted to add Home ed In person or by proxy. Economics to tho course next year, hoping that this course may bo put New Room on the Smith-Hugh- e basis and Federal Aid secured. Mr. J. Rockwell In Town. Smith, of Stanford, who formerly Wo aro now prepared to do all lived here, wus elected teacher of this kinds of plain and fancy sewing, department. beading, hemstitching and embroidMiss Martha Jane Kavanaugh who ery work of alt kinds. Located at the has been one of the efficient teacher home of Mrs. J. M. Coy on Richmond of the Lancaster Schools for four street, next door to Opera House. years, was not an applicant for re Your patronage, solicited. Tele- election. phone 2C5, Mrs. Lee Prueltt, It Is hoped that all who have been Miss Cora Bryant. employed for next year will accept. FOR SALEt On Stockholders Meeting. stock-holder- Sewing room was " whe" to have been nbout $400.00 an acre. ,ni,'mc"l In the deal Mr. Hamilton gets the,'""" y uanei s selections, nnu me iitiencrs Gullv .fnm, nn n.,,1...... ..ii. tiuvniv jnrvu 'UI McCreary. This form will bo sold were left with no means but their ,f de'e,m n nB xvhrn, th,e ,ivink: publicly in a few week, and the vetUcment will appear In tho next v. rueriun vuuriei. was singing ami when they were not. At first every- Issue of the RecoriL Watch for it, one doubted hi own ability to Judge, its going to sell. but as the previous proofs were in the spell of the song, they Legion became more and more convinced Meeting. ,'int no instrument could sing as thesu voices were singing, nnu wini me tril- , 0it em!r,crn, f;eKl0n f. Po-- erion Quartet was making no more Heidal will meet at the , j theip ow performance. ,Lanc"tcr' K' - Suddenly the light, were snapped on. uM' Thu"Jn' Mn' ,i,h- The audience was n.tonl.hed to is regular meeting night cover that the Criterion Quartet wa of thl ott and all men not nt B nm, thftl Uie K,w Ej. are .cordially Invited to be present, ,ion hd furnished the son alone. The Hutton. ordered for the mem-- ! imeej the Wlork Such mirnccl ur wno were ai ine last meeting or,of n,aKcan Bro mo i.ckiuii nave amveu anil you may obtain your by calling on Uen Koods Columbia nt McRoberts Drug Store. Some very attractive Improvements Legionairc be present promptly at 7:30 I M May Oth and bring an are in course of construction at the Mcltobert Drug Store, a new and Ex.Sf nice man with you. Virgil G. Kinnaird. Pott Com. cozy little room being added for the exclusive display of Columbia GrafSTRAYED from horn about two anolas, which agency this firm ha week ago, a Duroc boar, weigh about taken over and In a few days will 160 pounds. Any information will have quite an assortment on be appreciated. N. Miller. ""''" en American fe,U J,f ll,Tln j Grafanolas Soma uninformed investors have listened to this siren call nnd many huve worried over the fact that Lib erty Honds are now selling upon the market nt less than their par value. The fncts in this connection should be known to every bond hold. er. who can ntTord to Tho person hold his or hor bonds is foolish to sell because such n course means sa crificing the world's best security. Present market price are no true indication of the real and future value of Liberty Honds. There Is no suggestion In the present decline that the government hat failed to live up to its bargain with the investor. The government has paid and will pay the stipulated interest on the par value of the securities and will pay dollar for dollar on them when they mature. are being prepared for the mittee. sub-cor- Some Hen. Mr. Tandy Center, of this county must have the best lot of Plymouth Rock chicken In the county, if size Is to be a consideration. She sold some of her hens bit week at the market price 'and one weighing 94 pounds brought her the nice sum of $3.31. A bonus to every soldier, sailor and marine of $1 for each day in service; a $100,000,000 corporation to Issue bonds and lend money to them for buying homes in town or coun- try;and an opportunity for vocational education in all likelihood will be the method to be adopted. Should the tentative plan be fol lowed, each soldier, sailor and marine will not only receive the bonus but be entitled to borrow money to buy He would be entitled to a home. loan of not exceeding $4,000, the amount of his bonus to be deducted from the sum he borrows. If his bonus waf250 at $1 a day for 250 days and he took it, he would then be entitled to borrow only $3,750 to apply on a home. The amount borrowed it to be paid back to the United States on easy term to be arranged In the legislation. A man could elect to borrow money for an n education. The corporation probably would di vide the country into districts something similar to the Federal Land Hank syteni, to enable the work to be brought clot to the Individual soldi er. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 22, 1920. A LANCASTER INTERVIEW' Scrambled Justice. We are n nation which stands for right nnd Justice. Hut we fear both are In rather a scrambled condition today. The average American who is not n corporation magnate or a member of a trades union Is often sorely puzzled. It is difficult for him to know where to let his sympathies drift, and because of this sympathy he often bottles it up nnd forgets about it. Kvory day he reads about some strike or other. The employer tells his story, and it sounds plausible. The employe tells his side, nnd it sounds equally plnusable. Judging clenrly from the published statements they nre both right, but it Is difficult to tee how both ran be right, but it is difficult to see how both can be right nnd still one be wrong. Were Solomon alive today he could probably solve tho riddle. But Solomon is no more, and none of us hnve qualified to take his place ns the wisest of men. And in the meantime the strikes go merrily on, with both sides right nnd both sides wrong, and the public gradually working itself up id the point where It doesn't give n d n who is right and who is wrong. Life Is too short to scramble one's brain over something one can't understand, for it would take the wis dom of the Creator himself to deter mine the exact line of the demark- ntion in the incessant strife between the capital nnd the labor. YOUNG FRUIT TREES NEED PROPER START For Best Development Careful Training Is Required. Tired, Body And Soul? Not Sick, But Not Yourself. Think You'll b bolUr Tomorrow Onjjr You'ro Not, TRY Mr. Davit Tells Hli Eipcrlcnet. Tho following brlr account of an Interview with a Ivtnciutfr nuin four year ago, and Its sequel, wilt br read with keen Interest by every cltlten, Darin. Ullor. Danville I'lko, W. Lancaster, saya: "Some time njto my kklneya wore In had condition. I uf fored with pain across my back and through my loin. My kidney were) Irregular In action nnd I had to get up many tlniM At night to past tho t had considerable stooping over to do nnd I Ixfnmc easily tired Poan's Kidney PUIa nnd languid. brought relief and t think they nre a fine kidney medicine." AOAI.V I'HAISBS DOAN'8. OTor four year later Mr. Davis Mild: "l am alwaya s'&d to say a good word for Doan'a Kidney Pill. When I have symptom of kidney trouble Doan'a aro sure to Biro mo relief." 60c. at nil dealers KonterMltbura Co., Mfra.. llufTalo, N. V. TAKING PEPTO MANGAN Public Sale OF a It isn't SUop You Closest Attention Must Bt Qlvtn Where Shoots Form Only en On Sid er Com Out In Bunch U Prevent Ungainly Snap. Nod, But a Good Tonic i Mora Red Blood. Everyone gets run down occasion- ally. Sometimes It's weeks before you get your energy, enthusiasm nnd F. J. ClUDKft Itnrtlrulturltt, Ual- - happiness back again, tlr Any doctor will tell you to be care- i T.rnj ri Anion.) in orfler that a fruit tree may develop j ful in a time like this. Your body ' ""W.has little power of reslstence, and . In h otrtaard. lht ,lflturer of c,tchnB tome (crfoUf ?f7.1! - HOUSEHOLD I will on GOODS. 'Tlf 1 nw'T Llkt Some Qrown People. were Two young acqualntntirt'S playing bouse nnd nn argument nrov uter something they were to do. .Mary said, "Hetty, you nlwnya wont your oun way no matter uhnt we nre doing" to which lk'tty replied. "Yes. Mary, I nlwnya wnnt tny own nay. but you nltrays get It." COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. squire mcnl is a bully good thing, but why wouldn't n round one do just as well? A Pursuant to a judgment rendered nt the Mnrch Term. 1920, the underlined Commissioner will tell nt pub-li- e auction before the Court House Kentucky, nt 11 Door in o'clock, A. M or thereabouts, on MONDAY. APRIL 20th, 1D20. the real estate mentioned in the pleadings nnd described ns follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, and bounded ns follows: Beginning nt n stake in the Road leading from Hyattsrillc nnd Kirks-vill- e Turnpike to Spoonville, corner to George Adkinson; thence his lino X 88 It W 10.0 poles to a locust in n drain; thence down same, with meanders, S 07 V IS poles to nstnko in said drain, X 824 W 42.7 poles to n W 23 H poles to stake; thence a stake in said Adkinson's line one half n pole North of ft locust pointer, a new corner; thence a new line S 89H E 80 U poles to a stake in the middle of aforesaid rond, n new corner; thence with said rond N 8 K 17 .i poles to the beginning, containing !. acres. The purpose of the sale is that the proceeds be invested in other property, for the maintenances nnd support of Nnncy Adkinson. Alex Layton, Committee of Consider the little bird that chirps Plaintiff. Nancy Adklnaon, I here arc on your window till. VS. many little birds just like it, and they Dcfta. are happy and voice Xancy Adkinson, ct nl, happiness corpu- ber and well distributed the problem I ''J001' hni 100 few is a simple one requiring only that tne work of thete snmc red thre or four of the stronger be select-- 1 ed to form the permanent framework I corpuscles to keep you free from fa nnd the others) removed. Very often, tlgue. Being constantly tired out however, the shoots form only on one depressed In body nnd mind is Mde of the tree or como out In a bunch a sure sign that your blood near the ground or It may be that only needs help for n time. one shoot will start. Such trees reGuile's Pcpto Mangan is a standard quire onr cloet nttentlon for If alremedy In oaie. of nnemln (or Heedlowed to continue their growth unmo-letthey will assume ungainly lessness.) It supplies the Iron nnd sharx. that can never be corrected. other properties your blood needs The best method of handling them Is to catch up with its task of keeping to rvmove nil the shoots except a you fresh nnd alert In every fibre. ctrong one, prefrrnbly near the ground. I J'cnto-Mnnirhas I hi. hrartv n nr.d nllow It to become the tree. As a dorsemcnt of physician, is nn agree-mea- n of protection as well as training i i.".. Into nn upright position It should be " ,n cl,hcr ,i(ul,, or tied to the body of the old tre-- . which I nl "n 'ltx,K !roL sulLcqneiitly Is remove,! after the new , u,,,et form' Bo,h havc "me ci,,nl value. tree becomes well established. Ue urc When the selected nhoothas reached "k f Gudc's. There only one genuine for forming theheao theheliiht of the troe (in to 24 Inches, depending nnd the name "Gudc's" should bo on on the kind of fruit) the top should the package, Advertisement. i iii inii.rR tfuiuBr branching, and permits of n selection of side shoots, that by the end of the growing season will have developed Into a strong welMinlanced tre. Should The Lead. st an Monday, April ?6th, 1920 AT TWO O'CLOCK. in front of the Court House Door in Lancaster, tell to the highest and best bidder for CASH, the following property clock; one Folding One Grand-fathe- r Couch; Two sets of Springs; One Sewing Machine; Thirteen chairs; One Kitchen Cabinet; Three Bed Steads; One China Closet; Five little Tables; Three stools; Chifferobe; Seven Boxes; Two Barrels; Six Pillows and Bolsters; Bed Clothes; One Dining Table; Ironing Board; Cooking Utensils; Thirteen Picture Frames; One Water Bucket and Dipper; One Tennis Racket; Two Dressers; Two Axes nnd shovels; One large box and Two Brooms. to-wi- t: ,t.. ' d 1 Pepto-Manga- n, AMERICA Take S5i liscard their pencils and nil Join better time for getting the ltat hands in one grand rush for shorter hours and more gold. The country ion't want to go to hell, and it would have n hell of a time getting along without its newspapers. Yes, we may have to take the plunge even yet, we editors and preachers, there is very little sport to be had in paying the piper without being able to dance. Why can we not be nt in. BUYING SMALL FARM TOOLS teltigent in our wny as the bird is in its way? For intelligence brings Due Consideration Should Be Qlven to Necessary Outlay for Thes hnppiness, and happiness breeds conMinor Articles. tentment, nnd contentment is the joy of life. We humans have much to Few formers realize the extent of team, even from the birds of the nir. their Investment In iuall Items of equipment, sny the fulled States deWith the labor striking every partment of agriculture, or the Inconwhere, lind policemen and firemen venience Involved in buying them getting into the game, nnd every singly or In mini I tots. In plnnnlnc one else demanding more pay, it will the farm due consideration soon bo time for the preachers to lay Mionld be given to the necessary oat- ! Iny fur tlieo minor tool. Thar Ii no aside their bibles and the editors to in song. com-- that I Theoretically the war has made the safe for democracy. In reality It it not safe for anything or for anybody. There is not a country In the world in which tranquility rcignt. Smoldering unrest and discontent are everywhere. Political volcanoes are on the point of eruption by the wholesale. It may require much wisdom and sagncity ami many firm hands to bring order out of choas and make this earth really habitable for mankind. America, the richest and the great, est, should take the lead in n deter mined struggle to regain International safety and sanity. No other country can do ns much. world A. K. - WALKER, Sheriff. Hds proved security ror the purchase price, due in six months, nnd benring six pet cent interest from date until paid, having the force nnd ctfect of a judgment upon which execution may issue payable to W. II. Urown. .Master Commissioner of tho Garrard Circuit Court, nnd a lien will be re. served upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. II. DROWN. M. C. G, C. C. R. II. Tomlinson, Att'y for PifTs. Cnj.i. Am. Ilourne, Auctioneer. TKRMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months nnd the purchnser will be required to execute bond with ap COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Prediction Is made that within the next ten yean n majority of the American people will forsake thoir cnance. comfortable homes anil take up their residents in hotels. But wo don't be lieve it. The American home is nn ii stitution sacred to every citizen of normal intelligence. It affords pri vncy nnd nn opportunity to live in quiet nnd contentment. It Is the ideal environment for the rearing of children, for the perpetuation of tho race. It is as far superior to the crowded hotel as sunshine is to the blizxard. "Home, Sweet Home," will endure as long ns the republic Soma of the Simple Tool Uttd a th stands, for without itx ennobling in Cultivation of a Bunpcr Crop, fluence wc would be but little removed from the animals that herd tJgJth pletetl than the late full, after harvest work Is over. If m'Ihte, the articles er. li(iuld be purchnked nit In one order. lll tave tlino nnd, usually, This money. Also, it will entnll a total expenditure tultlcleully large to Imprest the buyer with the Importanro of giving systematic rnre to his small tools. Apparently Contradictory. Itectntly I iittPiHlrd on evening party where -- chill con carne" was servod. During the repast the Are-rear-oldaughter of the family looked np nnd said: "Daddy, why do wn call lit chilly when It la so hot)" Kx- d Known by Their Headdress. and Hearts. In primitive tlm- - tti.- hiMrr Some iwpte carry their heart to nas a dlstlnctltr tuurk rrw'iitiiiK their head: very many carry their t vruii nf wvh. tho orgnulxntloii beads to the4r hearts. The difficulty It t Irvp them nnart, yet lioth activeWind Shield for Tonneau. ly wtirktng together. Hare. For the comfort of the noatt'ants wind of back seats of nuUHBubtle Mu Fate. thirds have leen pntriitwl. fnsH"d of Tho ymnz wan brHiitiht some ersea of glai that ran be adjssMrd to Ms father. "latb. r. 1 have wrlt- wins in liny deslrvd HiMllm. trn "What ! Let ta see thetn (Instantly." Tb father read them orer irarMAstfy. the tmr Tho Dlggtst Crater. willing to j his Two young Swillit ntndnt nf be Mi . PtnUhlng tha eM n. br thrrw ilnun ibo manu-- 1 named U'nMl ami Ygborg, nfttr la erlj.l. fwMnl ibe tMy to his breast and in t'Xxiltlmi In WIm1. lime what I to be lh "tih, my txKir, oor onl" targetl crater in I' e wnrK .re ' they mi a that, fathrrr Th-jlns five mltei long and a quarter mile "Itad are csrviteiit. They are wide, nnd further f'n in to hat dl real Jlv l ..r my tioy. you will slarw to lUnih' rovered wartn spring Indianapolis Htar. !.. rfir hly gy uttd: ' ld Settle Robinson, et al, On Petition. Pursuant to n Judgment rendered nt the Mnrch Term, 1U20, the undersigned Commissioner will sell nt public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, nt 11 o'clock, A. .M., or therenbouts, on MONDAY, APRIL 2Cth, 1020, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings nnd described ns follows: In Gnrrnrd County Kentucky, on the waters of Sleets Ilrnnch and contains 10H acres, and is the tame land conveyed to Arthur Robinson by Hob Naylor, by deed dated November 25, 1907, recorded In the Garrard Coun. ty Clerk's Olficc In Deed Hook No. 29, page 025, and bounded ns follows: Rounded on the East by the lands of the lute K. Dunn; on the South by Wesley Ilourne; on the West by Wm. Pollard; on the North by Sleets Brunch and the County Road. Hie purpose of the sale is to divide the proceed thereof among the joint owners of same. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six month and the purchaser 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 unil effect of a judgment upon which execution may Issue, payable to W, II. Urown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, nnd a Hen will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase- money is paid. - It Help t ,t There can be no doubt as to the merit ot C rtlul, the wotrun's Icr..., in the trca:mer.t ol axny troubles peculiar to women. The IhetianJa ol wcsrei t 'nrn h:l,ncd b;" (.si. m - t' e past 40 jean, incc a Jive prool .!it it p,ocd medicine lor women It should who Jui'cr. help yott, ipo. w ' EIGHT EGG ye ' r' un rtavssnsrriastsiaTissijtatatatarTrssiatatatatarii.'n 'Ml rny i star aastsssssau m . r 'vv a atstssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssst ' t ESSENTIALS 1. Oniln (scratch fiMxl) and ground feed (mah.) Z Animal fiKxl, Mich ns beef crap or sMitir milk. Oreen fod. 4. Grit and oyster shell. A. Clean, freh water. Ubtrnl feeding. 7. Plenty tf rxrrcle. Itbu Make it chief consideration THE cozy, artistic home la !n the creation of the way you paint nnd decorate It '. a Tako 8. Itegulnr nttHitlon. A hen eats from thrru to Let your home reflect your own taste by tho four CARDU SjTto Woman's N. Tonic m 2 TryCardiil.teday. ol llixson, Tcnn., wr..cii "I was pasting throuch the . . . My back and tides were temple, and my sulfcrlr. Ir.dcicriba-bt- e. I caa'l 1:11 just how and whrr; I mitt, tbeyt all over. I think I began Cardul, end ny grew less end less, pains until I was cured. I cm remaikakl awn? (or a woman 01 years cl ace. 1 do all in v ltfnnev.'erk." Mr. C Vrraer, ounces of food dully, fnnii five to eight jxiumls a month and pouiuls n year. from CO to ! A dally ration for 100 hens la from 10 to S3 pounds. A hen will drink about tlx pounds of milk n mouth. One hundred hens need two and one lulf gallon of milk dally. A la) lug hen on limited range eats two pound of grit and three pounds of oyster shell tu a yeur. choice of correct and harmonious color effects. Dut whatever your needs, be sure to specify Paints that hare proven their worth, because you paint to protect as well as to beautify. I Ask For These Free Paint Books "llemci sad Ilow to Ttlat Ttkem" ConUinsmany btautilul illuatiatioM ol inactively painted homes, show Boor plan, circa specification mad lHt how to stlect lha rigbt color. Tbe Modern Method i lAiiHsJa llave stood the test of time for more than if ty years and will give you longest service at lowest cost. No aurilK tko write Umt U a I'M Cm Pmtmt Praaluit for Kcwy FWsm, number oftlwas ysu caa aaally s4 tceaosmkally beautifully illustrated book te th latest ami best en lb idccoiation ol iataiior wall and ceiling. It hows s Buaabt ol rooms titties eU by leadtaf artist, giving csact cilieationa fot ob. taining harmontoui color with P Cc FLATKOATT. el DeeomtofT--Thi- s Ul ! POTATOES Whtn Shipping IN COLD WEATHER ... Jki Molara MttbM ol MakUeg Wood"H you late ml to buiU w It contain 20 color &abbd wood JMla, mud sjivM pratwl advlca how la Uka cam of yow avoi aa4 woodwork. rStokM-CaaA- In Car Provide Circulation of Air to Provint Black Hiart . Htd wt ysumtf, KhnUU your Horn, thla iHuatnUd bookl4 will ba of pott bla to you. tUtol Caw, I2.7d W. H. BROWN, M. C. O. C. C. J. E. Robinson, Attorney for Plffs. CapL Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Vttn shipping (nitatoca during cold weather In a heated car, provhJe for some circulation of air frian the stove to prevent black heart In the potatoes near the heat and (nt Injury In tbote U lU nur iarta of the car. McRoberts Drug Store. Lancaster, Ky. tuiaviixv a. Uc The Central Record, Lancastei . Ky.. Thursday April 22, Some of the President's I Have Seen. Theodore Roaievelt. These sketches losmn wi'h Lincoln and wi terminate with thin ne on It"n".lt, as both sf the other Preside nti, Tuft and ! 1 920 3 and FOR SAVE THE AT DIFFERENCE Come See Us Wisn, are (till vlntr Th- WELCH'S HOOSIE1 the Kitchen Cabinet that saves miles of steps saw Then lor was in RHnhthtown Up wh then a candMnate for Vice President on .the ticket with McK.n- ley. He rnme here to make n spee-t-oh pint form erected far that pur pose on the Court Hsuse Square A he came up from the leKt it lot of boys escorted him with Hrynn bannrrs nnl with shout, "Httrruh furl llrjnn " This put Teddy In n ran. I When he not up to speak he shook hit fist at the crowd, showed hi teeth and his first words wore: "Yes, shout flr; time I ever It Kuev DEPENDABLE - Furniture all styles and finishes Brown Mahogany Dining Room Suites, Dull Mahogany, Complete in all Walnut, Ivory, styles and finishes, Golden Oak, Odd Dressers, Odd Tables, Chiffoniers, Rockers, Chairs, Floor Lamps, Desk Lamps, Fibre Suites, Ranges, Cook Stoves Ladies' Desks, Hanging Couches, Trunks, in I m I Bed Room Suites, Parlor Suites for half-breed llrn " Aguinatdo Ilia er any other utter contempt, of Saves Labor Saves Tune Saves Foods Now in a and a Half Home Million r r THE FAVORITE FOR 20 YEARS. This scientific labor saver was the pioneer kitchen helper and throughout the years it has held first place amonjr housewives because it o tiers so many features that cannot be secured elsewhere. Until you see the Hoosier demonstrated you cannot realize how it will save your time and strength as well as make your kitchen convenient and at- CORN DRILLS (. IJ. and Q Znncsville Hoosier. Complete with fertilizer ami check row ONLY $95.00. Feed Grinders. 8 and 10 inch Burr with Krindini; capacity of S to l.r bushels per hour. SEED. We have seed of all kinds and our prices are ritiht. Come in or send lis your order. tractive. Made in several beautiful models and priced within reach of all. Demonstrations made at any time. Ask the salesman. WAGONS. OLD PAINT. We have paint of all Colors and for all purposes, I'nint up and add to the value and appnr-anc- e of your property. HICKORY BIRDSEL. VULCAN PLOWS. No. 10 Hillside ...only $16.00 WEBER No. 12 Bottom only $1S,00 i DISC HARROWS. Let an International Disc Wide or narrow track. Harrow put your fields in first-- : Complete with bed and seat class condition. $145.00. GALVANIZED ROOFING. HARNESS. $9.00 per Square. Let us make you a new set AMERICAN WIRE FENCE of harness to take the place 6f No. 9 top and bottom, 6 in. stay that old worn out set Our har-- ; 75 CENTS. ness maker knows how to do $1.15 the job and his price will be All No. 9, Gin stay SOc. All No. 9, 12 in. stay right. LEONARD CLEANABLE HOG FENCE 20 in. hog fence, G in stay. -- 45c. FURNITURE. If you want good furniture Have you a good refrigera-- ' tor in your home. Only one and at reasonable prices, you family in 5 has a refrigerator should come to our furniture and those who do not, usually' Department. We have been waste enough food each year to' receiving our Spring line, for some time and we are now buy two good refrigerators. Ston this great waste of showing many pretty and atfood by getting a Leonard Re tractive Bed Room and Dining Room suites. frigerator at once. i REFRIGERATORS. got of the "Hough Kider." I thought it would be calamity for such n man to become President, but it was far from it Theodore Koosovclt was n man)-- ' sided man and one of the mot remarkable characters In American history. He made a great President As he wni nble to put things over his "Ilig Stick" became well known to all the American people, at he pjtsud it inun wv.uituoj uo v pan the bill giving the Ciovernmcnt con- trol of the railrouds. The other notable event was the Panama Canal, which he made certuin by his action, nml he lived to see it completed. He was a good soldier in the war and he was a man both of indomitable will and indomitable courage. Next to the building of the Panama Canal in point of great achievements was his offices m making peace between llussia and Japan. No other mnn In the world could have done it but Kootevelt at that particular time. He was reelected for the second term and then put forwnrd William Howard Taft, whom he succeeded in hnvmg nominated. He undertook to control Tnft nftcr he became President and because he could not do so fell out with him and became n candidate against him. It will be remembered that failing to secure the nomination for n third term thnt he bolted the Chicago convention nnd organized a third party known as the Progressive party. He did a most re markable thing in that race, receiv ing more electoral votes than Tnft ami more of the popular vote. No other man In the United States could have accomplished such n feat, and if the Democrats at Haltlmore hnd no minated Champ Clark the chances are that Koosevclt would have been elected President. When the real war broke out he sent his tons to Franco and- would hnve gone himself if he had been allowed to command an army. He wus jealous of Wilton and his criti asm of the President of the United States when the war was going on was nbout the smallest thing this man ever did. His death came as n great shock to the country, as he was a mnn who enjoyed the personal attachment of hundreds of thousands of our citi lens. He stands out conspicuous' ly as one of the greatest Americans of the century. He wns n great hun ter, n great tjnvcler, n great soldier, a great writer, n great American, and ii great President. H. A. S. Spanish-American - the crowd came near breaking up the meeting and Judge James Montgomery mi l Scott llrnnch wanted to take hi m tr the platform. I K" a ery unfavorable impression (f Itooscvelt from his dplay of temper and It recalled to my min I what Mark Hanna mid in the Phils delphin c invention when Koosevtlt wa proposed fo' Vice President. ou "Itemcmber, grntlemen, while Vice Prident you nre nominating may be naming a President." It took a long time for me to get out of my mind the first impression I All Kinds of Floor Coverings, Refrigera- tors and Ice Boxes. Tribble & Reynierson, Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Keeps the Cattle Away. r j When Reading (looks. One must be an Inventor to rend Cuttle will nut allow yiiiine hazel, oak nnd iuot ntlu-- tree and slirutis I well. As the proverb says. "He thnt to survive In ii picture, ny the would hrlnj home the wealth of the f Vut.b- - Indies, must curry out the wealth of American IforeMry Macii.-inI net on. but the thorn-applh ltilie will ' the Indies." There Is crentlre ticcnuse their sharp thorns Ins in well as creative writing. keep nway the ImmMnc cattle. CmiTixin. j read-flouris- I ID I (!) TWO OF THE MARKET A KIND TO-DAY THE BEST TOBACCO SETTERS ON !) : VVssisisisisisisisisisisisH s.NJsJ lsfsMF I mm nB2nV TIGER SETTER TRANSYLVANIA Observes Henry Clay's Birthday. Traiuylvnniu College at Lexington celebrated with appropriate ceremon les the past week the birthday of Henry Clay, Kentucky statesman, who at one time was n member of fne faculty of that institution and later one of its curators. The speaker for the occasion was Judge Charles Kerr, of Lexington, who long lias been a student of the life of the great Kcntuckian, and who is engaged now in writing n history of the commonwealth to the service of which Mr. Clay gave so many years in legislature. Congress and t. S. Semite. The birthduy of Clay is an annual event with Transylvania, which thus pays tribute to his WELCH'S BEREA, DEPT. STORE. I n btMli an ZtL mm 11 tK - - (i) S ,13 WE SELL THEM BOTH AND AT PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE. ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK. ' "Kentucky's Greatest Country Store." KENTUCKY. Becker & Ballard i L PHONE 27. :iY BRYANTSV1LLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 22, 920. 1 n DC Kurti and DC DC c 3C DC DC DC were In Lancaster shopping Saturday and also to see Miss Mary Kill tli Walker who has been quite ill. Mr and Mrs. Hiram Und and sons, Mrs, Frank Land, Miss Inez (.and and ' Master Elgin Grow were among the troubled with pains or guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Naylor of, If you nre achca; feel tired; have headache, Marksbury Sunday, indigestion, Insomnia; painful pass-ag- o Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mcf ulley nnd of urine, you will find relief in family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lucas Foster! nnd children and Mr. Bernard Hay COLD MEDAL wcre entertained by Mr. and Mrs. j Joslnh McCulley Sunday. , conspicuous our whole store. values Mr. II. .M. Kurtx was In rrankiorl on Wednesday with the County Supt. members o fthe Educationtimely savings to ofl'or. Th world's standard ratnedjr for kidney. and other has its ller, bladder and uric actl troubles and al Hoard to confer with Mr. Colvin, National Kmdr of Holland line 1691 the State Supervisor of Public Inauaranlaaj. Threa slxas, all druRirlsts. struction. UU M.J.I an mrr Imk ft Ik CHOICE ARTICLES OUR BARGAIN aa4 wcttl a taalutiaa IS BEAMING Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casey, and chil dren, Mrs. J, R. Sparks and Mr. Cloris Sparks spent the week tnd with Mr. BRYANTSVILLE and Mrs. Willie Masters near Rich of ends over's. some mond. The little daughter of Mr. Ma. M. 0. Kennedy was in Lan and Mrs. Masters who has measles is coster, Thursday shopping. not doing to well. Mr. and Mm. II. H. Halcomb and Danville IF YOUR HORSE TAKES THE Mr. J. W. Bryant were in shopping Friday. COLIC Mr. and Mrs. John Ballard of Lan. nnd you nre away from home the caster .pent Sunday with Mr. and women folks can give PA KRIS' COLDrop it on the horse's IC REMEDY. Mrs. J. W. Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Halcomb were tongue and in thirty minutes relief Sunday afternoon of comes. Get it today. You do not the guest know when you will need it. friends in Wilmore. Mesjrs N'onh Marsee, Jr., and T. II. Grintcr spent the week end with that were $2.50 we That were $1.50 we friends in Louisville. arc offering for arc now offering for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooper of Danville were Sunday guests 0f Mr, S2.39 $1.39 i and Mrs. J. II. Edwards. VV'IUTIIMOII After you art alwsya tato C'" Mesdames E. It. Ballard and it. I, Burton and Miss Mayme Ballard were Lexington visitors Tuesday, WILL ALL $2.00 AND $3.00 ON MAY 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Kin Moss and son, fataatlfllOT HiaHsj .1 Ray, of Nicholasville spent Sunday JGaaayFsiaan Stopa food oartae. with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker. in this city VI RTH-MO- R of these Mrs. 0. M. Moreland and little son, James B., Misses Amy and Zillah WAISTS sold by us exclusively. Dawes and Mr. Collivcr Dawes were Lexington visitors Saturday. Sas today, fsavHsm Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kdwads of Lancatter, Ky. R. E. McROBERTS, Mr. and Mrs. M. II. of Versailles, were the guests BRAD5HAW MILL. Thursday of Mr. J. II. Kdwards and Hits Mnble Pre wit t spent Friday family. Mrs. Janie Rose entertaineda num- night with Miss Linda Sanders. Miss Jewel Prewitt of Berea Co.-kg- e ber at dinner Sunday. Those present TO TRADE. spent la it week with homefolki. were: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowline, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rose, Mr. and Mr. nnd Mrs. James Prewitt spent Mrs. David Rankin Jr., Rev. G. S. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. San Conant and family, Mr. and Mrs. B. ders. DC DC DC DC C. Rose and Mrs. W. J. Hogan. Mr. and Jin. L, W. Warmoth "n- tcrtpined quite a number of friend: BIG CIRCUS ni.il relatives Sunday. Quit M'ss Ruby Ray Whittaker has be.i NR the attractive guest of Miss Nancy Coming To Richmond! Sanders the past week. MR TorigM Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder and Toisrrow FnI NtM son, Harlan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ftem Asbill, Sunday. It la a mliUlta to fontlnu.iUr doia with ?.c3l!ed Uiattva pill, calomel, oil. purees and cathartics M.ss Ruby Ray Whittaker of Re I Hagenbeck-Waltac- c The Great and fore bowel action. It weakens House is spending the week with he Slinu- - rr.niMni.il I In vitlt. Richmond tha bowtla and llvtr and cuius constant tloilr.s neceaiary. aunt, Mrs. Floyd Snyder. Ky., on Thursday. April 29. Whr ilon't you besfn rleht todir ta overcome your conatlpatton and et Miss Mable Prewitt and Miss Linda Great interest attaches to the event your system In auch ikp that daily will have purging-- will bo ur.nciry f Ton Snndurs spent Tuesday night w'th because amusement can do ao If you rrt a zia box of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Prewitt. a chance of viewing the combined Natura'a Remedy C.'K Tablet) and Uka ona tin-- nlsht lor a w.lc or aj. .Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder an J performance of the two greatest cirKit Tablets du much mora than merel causa .., Harlan and Ruby Ray Whittaker cus organization on the road. The eisy bowel action. Tlila mMluna urn upon tha dureitlva aa wtll at etoliatlvo orcans vtie guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hagenbeck trained wildonanimals are ' promotes cwmi dl-- es on, causes tha the Klobe. famed in every nation nn'iers recently. body to ct Iho r.o.rUliment front all headquarters of the I tha food you cat. rtvcj you a rood, Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Prewitt und At the European hearty appetite, alrtacthena tha liver, England, the animals. averromei blllouantas. regulars kidney children Mr. and Mrs. Willie Long, show, London and bowel action ard gives tt nhbu capture and daughter, Allene, Mrs, Hurt, Mrs. are transported after their body a thoroucti cvac-a- r ojt This taught to perform remarkable accomplUhed yo i v. ill r.ot h v to tak Moliie Moberley nnd daughter Chris- - and medlrma evwry tlay Anrx n.. r.il NR upon tablet will Wp ;our body In condiand Mrs. Daniel East were guests feats. There nre lions that ride tigers ' tion and you ra.j n'wars fcl your test. of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse East Sunday. the bncks of galloping horses; Try Nature's (Nit Tab:ta) (.nd rrova this. It la th beat bowel that ride bicycles; polar bears mullein that you can t! o"l coats play roller coaster anil in fact there W ? per Ui, rmtalnln only enough to Uat twfniy-nviU a. Natura'a Remmay bo seen during the performance Q edy (Kit Tablria) U aold. guaranteed almost every wild unimul, broken and Q and ncommtndod by juur dnuiut. subdued to execute tricks. Almost McROBERTS DRUG STORE. TEN O'CLOCK RAIN OR SHINE. MSNSy BACK a score of noted wild animal trainers irr.uui iK.tMiaifllunt".ti. fail In I h V raiment of C inrt have charge of the perfoming wild by M. A. Collins HwiwoffTi. This rrtrf. cron ditfourIfrb, rt animals. They all perform in n mas-- ( w grd bv fnnt rnu oihrr trratmmtt failed Mvc steel arena. ALL in llunl'a Salva hat rrlwvrd bun. At4 of aach cim. You caat The history of the Great Wallace i lata oa our Sfanay Brntk circus is n part of the history of IS ALL TOBACCO LAND. SAID". It Cauialn. Try7Sc at our tuk 9 TODAY Prtca at 'America. With the stalwart II. K. One mile from Richmond on Big Hill Wallace as the originator the show j W STORM ES DRUG STORE. grew irom n single wagon to one ui Long pike (Dixie on pike. A number the most colossal institutions of itsl GUNN'S CHAPEL. Building Sites. kind. Starting as a poor Indiana am farmer boy Mr. Wallace by perserv- - am Mr. Harvey Tenter was In NicholasWill be SUBDIVIDED sold to the in a ance and honesty in the course of ville Wednesday. thirty years, saw his show reach the Some 2 10 to 25 Mr. K. It. Chandler was here on pinnacle of Americn's circussrs. He business last week. I sell to suit the purchasers and you was once so poor that he wus glad to Mrs. Harvey spent tho day To-(- 0 buy work for fifty cents per week. of you with Mrs. Hobnrt Tenter. iluy he is rated as America's richest Buy this home, investment speculation. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anion and Mrs. clrcusmun. The assertion has never, W. II. Ray were in Lexington Mon questioned. Yet, with his many been way you A money it. day. and varied interests he devotes hislV SELLS." Miss Myrtle Teater spent Monday personal attention to the interests of night with Misses Bernlce and Bessie shows. There the llagcnback-Wallac- e this see how he does it. A Teatcr. to are in the neighborhood of 1,000 peo--j ! pie connected with tlie uig snow, lie everybody. Will be sold Dr. G. M. Hendrcn ami Mr. John reserve, by-bi- d or limit. personally engages every attache. I Ijinil were in Nicholasville on SunI ask. The combined shows are transported is Look this und Monday. day speaks itself. Irom city to cuy upon inree oi inew Messrs Karl Hotman and Ottis will to you. longest circus trains in America. If Dailey have enlisted in the army and Get us on the wire the they were any longer the railroads are now stationed at Fort Thomas. the be sold on easy terms. next time you're stuck would be unable to handle them. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Teater and tents that house the The twenty-tw- o on the road, and we'll little son, were recent guests of Mr, great circus cover a small size farm, and Mrs. Jasper Noel of Madison. forming in fart a complete city withcome in a rush with ex Miss Myrtle Teater, Messrs Hobart in itself. pert help. Our car will Simpson and Marion Sebastian were jruesU of Mr. Powell Dailey and Tamlook good to you and Pity 'Posterity. REAL MAN. il Sunday, A Boston doctor soya that tn M your trade will !'look Some of our young folks were yean iMrOpie will be loo civilized t LANCASTER, kiss. Well, who const Very few of anionic the guests entertained at the good" to us will be caring much about klsslof home of Miss Uernice Hroaddus of ki CO years. CI uveland Plain Dealer. DIXIE GARAGE Teatersville on Saturday evening. DONT Mr. and Mrs. II. M. chll-dre- DESPAIR i Spring Sales Exceptional are throughout Every department share of COUNTER WITH odds and and last season's left WAISTS FOR WOMEN. Welworth Waists V ft Wirthmor Waists FATONC THESE WAISTS ADVANCE TO Take advantage are bargains and remember that Nlch-olasvill- e, Ed-war- J. E. Dickerson fr Son WHERE FASTIDIOUS PEOPLE LIKE Laxativts, Purges; Try Next Thursday. 94 Acres Madison County lers Blue Grass Sod nt .0 a ' ' edy thatjj At Auction a ECZEMA TUESDAY, MAY 4th '2 (0 , Tt-ato-r 9 0 a a J Use Your Phone 9 0 little farm recently purchased and grass. IT "NUFF LOCATION: Highway). frontage Beautiful of "High Dollar" and acre tracts number of tracts acre tracts. But remember always can just the number acres want. land for a for or maker any handle Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS sale and Attend square deal without land all It at for appeal It Remember date. Will SWINEBROAD, THE ESTATE KENTUCKY. u. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday April 22, Where The Lonesome Girl Find Solace. (Ily Lorn Kelley.) It was the old story. "Poppy" hml become tired of the dull life on the fnrm. The plies of dishes to be wnslied seemed endless; literally she worked from sun to sun, nnd the outlook from the little frnme win dow in the kitchen wns hopelessly I'rmry. There were no irood times, no companionship that youth crnvei. One rmrmnc she wns missing. All her scanty possessions were packed in a bnttered auiteaie nnJ she was head ed toward the City. Her eitulpment for facing life alone was meager. The wages which looked so large when on the farm shrank pitifully when she endenvor-eto mako them stretch over the no ccssitics. So Poppy took the easiest way. The Salvation Army lassie founil her In a dismal entryway which wns lighted by n flickering gas Jet the unmls-tuknbl- a sign of an opium Joint. It is Just n part of the ordinary police records of nil the large cities in the Middle West Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West Vlr ginin, Tennessee. Every police imv tron knows and welcomes the kindly assistance of the Salvation Army when the problem of the Lonesome (Sir) becomes too acute for the authorities to solve. Itescuc missions nre maintained in practically all of the cities for Just such unfortunates as Poppy, Whatever needs to be ministered to, the Salvation Army is there with loving service. It so happened that all Poppy needed was to be removed from her evil companions, given n decent place to live and n Job, and her re generation was complete. But other Poppies are not so lucky. Their feet have stumbled Into the wrong path, seemingly for all time, and they must forever pay the price so ciety exacts of Its accounts, Hut the Lassie of the llonnet knows better. Her voice is that of the comforter a practical counsellor who knows precisely whnt should be done next. The police records hold a world da ta regarding humanity, relieved pov erty and reformed conditions accomplished by the Salvation Army. Stories of young girls held as prisoners and fed opium fumes, nnd Inter sold like so many fish In a market. are not uncommon in the official annals. It has been with the rescue of these girls from the underworld that of the the Salvation Army Blue llonnet has been concerned. Behind the bars of Jails where these girls have bucn caught in the toils of the law, she brings ease to broken spirits. Fearlessly she makes her way into the dens where crooks and thieves congregate to seek out girls who have fallen helpless victims. This is one of the most important phnses of the Salvation Army's home service work, for the support of which a nation-wid- e appeal for funds will be made in May. We are eternally and everlastingly nnd tcetotatnlly opposed to war, especially when some irate subscriber gets on the warpath over something wc hnve said in the paper. Hnvc you ever contrasted our American methods with those of our cousins across the water? Do it. You will And food foe thought. For instance, we arc in the midst of n great national election campaign. Our president's term Is expiring nnd we are choosing the man who will rule more than n hundred million people for the next four years. We will also elect senators and many other lesser lights. It is ii n event of the first impor-tnne- e to the future of the nation, yet the casual observer sees npthing out of the ordinary, lie could hardly detect that wc have a vital campaign in full swing. Wc decline to become excited. We arc making no noise. We take things as a matter of fact, or of course, knowing that each man will vote his own sentiments, nnd that no matter who wins, the country will move along In the future as it has In tho past always better and greater than it ever has been before That Is America, and our president has more autocratic power In his fist than that possessed by all of the crowned heads left in Europe. Hut on the other aide of the water it is dilTerent. A change of rulers there usually means violence, and bloodshed, and revoultion, If it Is a forcible change; or unrest.and suspicion if it is a succession caused by death. The country becomes stirred from on end to the other. Business suffers Jealousies are rampant, and life long enmities are created. That is Europe. Yes, the subject furnishes quits a little food for thought for one thought In particular, that America Is not such a bad place after all A 1 920 Worse Than ths Othsr. sonno taker the blackjack.-Bosto- Transcript, Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. Makers of the Celebrated and Popular Post-Holida- holiday la a ilay ulu-peo ple reel lens bollnw "-- n nnunl. A rtoffction. rut WE HAVE Lucky Doc livery doc has hl day, but only HinroiitniirciM set ivnemi nt the bench show. liostnn Trnriwrlrif Edenle, What? "The hrtile wns gowned In white riirysnnthcinunis. nnd autumn leaves formed the deenrnllnns." llostan Provided the Feeds That you need for sprinjr use. nnd Mules need tonic, n WHITE SWAN Your Cows, Horses, change of ration which serves as n FOR THE COW We hnve Mixed Feed, Brnn Shorts, Sweet Feeds nnd Shomocker a balanced ration. FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAKE NO OTHER. TmniKrlif. Rsd and White Flag. The llomnn signal for battle wns the unfurling of n roil iIur. The white ling Is a token of peace In every part of the world. Only Evenlna Uo. After all, whnt If we d.i overpraise, a man when he lit dead, doesn't he get lots of undeserved abuse while I living Boston Transcript. Reinforced Concrete Old. Inspection of tho old walls of the palac; of the Louvre disclosed that forced concrete wns known and ued In I'urln In tho sixteenth cen tury n FOR THE HORSE AND MULE Wc hnve Green Crnss, Sweets nnd Oats. FOR THE HOGS We have Mixed Feed, Middlings, We do exchanging in. wheat and corn. Our MILL FEED tests 16 per cent Protein. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L. Corn and Shomocker, the Balanced ration thnt makes fnt and produces thrift in your herd. Has everything in it a hoy; relishes all at a fair price. ZANONE President, Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. M ore i than needs you Ret a great deal moro than just so many feet of lumbet bundle of shtnRles-pou- nds of naila or panels of Beaver Hoard. Troublesome The hawkweed, Introduced from Europe Into Cnnniln nnd the New England urate. Im nne nf tho most troublesome In grass wei Units. Imh-oh- Wa. Background of Bubbles. In experlmcntln; with soap hubbies an Disllah scientist developed apparatus that blew them large and substantial cnouch to be used as a background for photographs. BRYANTSVILLE 6ARAGE. When vou let us supply your buildinir . material knowledge and experience in Servicr. tliat helps you get the results you want at the right price. Service first In planninK the work more service In selecting proper materials epeedy service in delivering tlie gooJt. You pay for the materials. Tho tcrv!:. pays for itself In the larger volume of bustnesy cuEtonieis. it brings through It will pay you to be one of thorn super-satisfied You Ret the benefit of our building Waterproof Qlue. Cnseln clue nre exceeillnelr roslsN int to the notion of water nnd retain s very high perrentnee nf their orle Innl strength, even nfter long tmmrr-Ion tinder water. They nre comparatively lnexMnslve. nnd the materials from whlih they urn made arw readily ivallalde In the mnrket. They nre ipptled colli nml will set without th ippllrntlon nf i"- We are ready to Repair all kinds of cars at the lowest prices. Bring your work and give us a TRIAL. We will treat you right. S. W. Halcomb, Prop. Bryantsville, Kentucky. - Meaning of the Name Ida. Ida and Ads are practically syn onymous. In early times, hnwvver, Ada was holleved to tie derived from Adah, mcnnlus ornament, and the name Adnh wns given to the wife of Lantech In the Old Testament. Hut later etymological authorities heltcve that Ada Is merely n latinized form of Kad, meaning hnppy or rich, nnd the name as the German Ida. Ida's gem la the turquoise. Turks and Alcohol. Though the laws of Mohammed forbid their consumption, alcoholic drinks are not iiiiHpular among tho Turkish working cln . They have long been In favor with the upper classes, even In the day when prohibition laws wore mi strong In Turkey that tho grand vizier tried to top foreign diplomats from tmtoit-In- g wlno for their own um. Bast in Lumber Com pan v. Jutt an I dei. Imparting Information. Utile Wilbur, nee tlires nnd one-haHart let t had heard III parent spell years, was watching Ills craml most of tlirlr rotivrrntlnu, no upon -learning, lilt lint few ho grvel-n- l mother while alio was senllnr fish lili father that fVcnlns with: anil, after the oprrntton said: "Do 'Paddy, wr-rRolns to It. A. T. (pic- their bark Itch, 'cause you scratch Vm. cranny i" ture aliow)," lf Well Armed"! of .SKIJ It atn MMllrl hm said at aA mtiea amam srarrt covering-- , thk would quickly how why a gallon el Hanna's Greta Seal la mora economical tiaa "cheap" paint. Add to this Greea Seals loafer service, aad new light la shed on the question "Which paint la cheapeat?" You need a trastworthy faint on y our praparty. One that givea the maximum of covering protectlea ana beauty. The exact foraula!apeearloa every package of Greea Saal Paint? SSOI.BS BSV Give Consecrated Dollars CONN BROS., When company comes there is no time to waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is al ways a can of BAKU, P0W1EB on hand. Cakes, pics, dough nuts, muffins and all Kood things to eat must be dressed up in looks. Lancaster, Ky. Presbyterian of the Presbyterian HOSPITALS world last year cared Church throughout (or over a million lutients. Offering of Preibyterun churches in mi won land are to Urge that (or every $ I even by you to foreign work there is expended on the field $1.43. The Presbyterian Church ta teaching the Siamese the dignity of labor and providing them with ihoea through a mission tannery. Better bred chickens have been introduced into India, so that the people may have sufficient food. In Afnca tins church is teaching the blacks (arming, carpentering, and bUckwmlhing all to help bu3d belter life (or the natives. Learn heach of Prrbytrruniu Subscribe to New Era Magarine, (75 cents a year, dub rales) sample copy from 1328 Chettnut Sr.. Hiihulclphia. Pa. Get from your pastor two leaflets: "Bird's Eye View of the Budget of 920.2 and "What Your Money Will Buy". Read "The Four-FolTask of (lie Prsbyterian .Church" (iU cents, oi New Era Headquarters;. Coma to Chunk on Sunday 1 1 Be an Informed CALUMET I BY OUR Free Baitery Service Call and let us Inspect and put distilled water in-yo- their best taste and Then, too, her reputation as n cook jnust be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet will not disappoint her. Order a can anil have the "company kind of bakings ntry day. Calumet. contains only such MgTedfenls as nave been approved officially by Dm vutaoniu hmg k. Tssmjrs was Tm ssts sdsss ysss ssse M. battery. - cmy time. ShcA'wwsit WE nrHARQE, PAIR, i d BUILD all makes of Batteries. Ml IVeabyierian Church Cooperating h the U.S.A. with InWrchurch World Movement Nw Era rlovemant re Paint Lick Garage. Paint Lick. Ky. Pgessssjaja-sBj- s ia(sB VVVf) f VWai ivif ief w Wsfsi The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 22 1920. ing in fine automobiles. The merchant sees his bus! ness grow by leaps and bounds. It is no longer a question pf . Classified Column trict of Kentucky. State Primary Election, Saturday, August 7, 1020. Maple Avenue, now occupied by Clay just as it would wUM, h, pnm. ton Mnrsue. Can arrange to give out the country. Ncw York Wor,d possession about Mny 1st. mitteo has ,nt nut. w ron.l James II. Post, President of the G. C. Walker Li... U,L National Sugar Refining Company, ' '. FOR CONGRESS. disinterested men and women Lal,i recently that if people did not FOR SALE A cut under rubber We are authorized to announce in each community bestir them- - cut down materially on the consump- - tire trap in good condition. II. G. Crutchfleld at Garrard Mill.! COL. FRANK L, RIPY, of Anderson selves to prevent ugar a famine would result l'on county, a candidate for the Demo delegations hninir Ront n, 01 untmcr. In thn near th0 cratfc nomination for Congress in :.. State convention m May, the L He odded that there was no need S.'C. Rhode Island Reds Exclusive this, the Eight!) Congressional Dis immeditltc nlami nnd continuc,,. RATESi getting customers, but of supplying the wants of those who Sir.gle insertions Ic a word enter his establishment. No ad taken for less than 20c The country Is so full of money that in this column. No nds in this the credit system, which plnitcolumn charged. H ued the small merchant and Seven insertions for the price of Ave, nil sent many of them to failure, is HI now almost discarded. Phone orders must be paid WE OFFER FOR SALE promptly. ill The banker finds his deposits jl doubled and trebled and quad- - jtNXDOOCHXJUUOOOt XJ8X3OCXJ06IOW The Famous KELLY White Seed Corn, HI rupled; the sound financial Rcid's Early Yellow Dent, Good Seed Corn at Garrard Mill condition of the country, and il ing Co. for $ 3.50 per bushel. prosperity nmong all classes Butler Early Yellow Dent, Fresh light rolls and bread every makes his loans safer than they "STRAWBERRY OR BUTCHER" ever were, and he is able to pay day at Hotel Kengarlan, increased dividends to his FOR SALE Three sows and pigs ALL of the Highc.t Quality. 1. stockholders as a return on about three weeks old. Phone 3 W. 11, Griggs. their Investment. Remember it pays to buy the best seed. The laboring man is enjoy FOR SALE A sow nnd pigs. ing a degree of prosperity that Marshall Sutton, Lancaster Route3. A great merchant once said: "The Qualhe never dreamed would come ity of an article is remembered long to him. No longer docs "the FOR SALE j A cabinet grand crown of thorns" press down pinno, in tint clas condition. after the price is forgotten." tf. upon his brow. His wages J. A. Anion. M. hnvc increased enormously, FOR SALE: Thoroughbred wh.tei and he is able for the first time Plymouth Rock eggs. $1.50 n retting i Y -i a Mr 1 FT JU1 Y -t i 1 VblViJi to enjoy the luxuries of life, Reduced prices on incubator lota, Mrs. J. K. Sander, and start a bank account that DC ll Hubble, Ky grows apace. FOR SALE: White Wyandotte The United States is truly a The Central Record seeker by choice. Colonel "land flowing with milk and cggi. 11.00 for is. Taylor seeks no favor, is not honey." Our people are roll- - Mrs. W. II. Hamilton. Star Route.' L Issued $1.50 a Year, Lancaster Ky. trying to. recover lost ground; hnK jn Wenlth. PayabU In Advance.. but takes his stand upon a level The preachers of'discontent WANTED Will want grazing for No Occasion Wanted A Boy. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. that puts the matter beyond ar who want to get back to the 25 to 50 steer cattle. Will either R. L .ELKI.V, Local Editor and Mgr. gument, A boy full and unless we miss "good old times" will not be pasture by the month or rent the For Surprise. A boy who of vim, a lie. grnss by thc acre. '1.. T. Rice & Co, scorns our guess the Democrats of satisfied with the milennium Phone 347-A by who enjoys taking a bath. or address '.. T. Rice, Entered at the Post Office in Lan We see no reason why Senator Kentucky will come mighty A bay wh Mail stick to work. These are the best times that Richmond, Ky. caster, Ky., at Second-ClaIlorah or anyone rise should be surnear tracking along his lines. A boy who is proud of his big sisMatter. prised at the revelations regarding America ever had. We have FOR SALK; A few tons of best ter. The resolution of Colonel under a Democratic Adminis timothy hoy, n jfood fnmily marc, 6 thc campaign fund f A boy who dosn't think work a Gen. Wood, er of the very pretentiLumter, Kj., April 22, 1920 Callahan adopted by the Com tration a greater degree o years old. J. W. Elmore, dMgraee. ous sum which the managers ef Gov. mmec js more ot the same prosperity, more widely dis A boy who will do odd jobs withLowdcn are expending in the same It is a frank, courage tributed, than the most san Member Kentucky Preu Association thing. out grumbling. KOR SALE Thoroughbred Hatred pursuit. , ous mowm wwu me majority Kuine Republican and campaign Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 per setting of The Republican party has always A boy who thinks education worth while. . , Eichth District Publliheri League. cannot ue expioueu 10 me an- - orator ever predicted been the party that treated money for an 15. Phone A boy who will not listen to un Mrs. Taylor House, and success in politics as synomou. vantage of any selnsh group. Administration of his party - i;5.7t pd. clean stories. Ratti For Political Announcements. il a summons to every cican- - The prophets of evil, who pre FOR RENT: 100 acres of blue Since Mark Hanna bought the PresiA boy who dosn't know more than dency in the open market in lfi)C, - dlcte(i (isnster Kor Precinct and City Officei.-$5.0- 0 minueu man aim every lorunder a Demo gram for grating. Cattle only, plen- no Republican campaign mannger everybody else. 10.00 ward looking woman in Ken- For County Offices A boy who dosn't have to be call-ccratic President and a Demo ty of water. Will take a limited has failed to attend to the little deFor State and District Offices.. 16.00 tucky, nnd though addressed cratjc Congress, have been con number of town cows. twice each morning to get him out tail of raising a million or to "round .10 For Calls, per line Either Herring. of bed. up the boys." .10 to Democrats it must appeal to fu8ed nnd confounded. For Cards, per line thinking of selling your A boy who prefer .work to fishing It was literally poured out of the For all publications in the inter insieau oi nam times wo If you arc est of individuals or cypres here in Ken. or fighting. tics. Not in years has the sub- - have plenty; prosperity in- - farm at Auction, se Green Clay Wal- Republican strong-boker, representing O. T. Wallace and tucky in the sion of individual views, per A real gentlemanly boy, to be , stantiai business, solid-thin8ten,i 0f panics, and it has al Company, 305 Trust Building, Lex- and we may State election last fall, ' 10 expect thrpi to try to line oi people Oi repeat the performance in 1920. ..... .06 nig elementbeen tnc warmly en- - come undr Woo row Wilson ington. Obituaries, per lino .. Kentucky so Democratic President, ' am The Wood disclosures or the NewExGARAGE Csum of Brvsthlttsntsa. . DEATH KRAGE 1. if.f courugeu to participate tin tne umier ,nW3 enacted by the Itf.llili-nIs causal hjr pert repairing on all cars. Prompt berry conviction will teach thc ReFOR CONGRESS. organization of a great party, Democratic Congress at Wash service and a anuare deal. Located publican party nothing. It is the of the heart either from Isck nf We are authorized to announce wun tne assurance tnnt wiiat at the S. II. Estea Livery Stabje. party of organization builded on Ttf ror excrrlso or from diteasft. inirton heart fails to pomp iho blood t money, and without that it would be RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, they uo will weigh as it is en- Phone 261. the a candidate for the Democratic nomihelpless in a campaign in Kentucky, ly Iiincs fast emuich and accordingtitled to weigh initio affairs of Sugar Famine the C02 arcumulales nnd orerstlm-ui'- r FOR SALE: Seven room house on helpless In a campain in Kentucky, nation for Congress in this, the Nothing Better On The Market. Buy Tested Seed Com See Our Line Before You Buy And You Are Sure to Get a Stand. I Corn Planters, One Horse Drills, Culling Harrows, 47-- 1 CULTIPACKERS. mil HH MS-lit-p- d. Conn W-ld- Brothers. iac coi vc Ell 15-4- t. . y. n ll million-dolla- r I 382-II- 3- - il .......... 4- 15-3- t. x k- 1 1 A A A I e Insuf-n.-i.nc- jr I Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920. in tho nnti i; ,.. rreaiciea. be helpless through- cau.s I' the ih nut he fast bnitliliig center. This tciustlon of Inability to enough. ... I vest-pock- et ' A DEMOCRACY SAFE : take no chances against famine, FOR THE WORLD. V nine ami means, as every cu- - ..TIC prlco of ,UBar w, K0 hKher In another column we print IZen sllOUltl sometime do, to the ond higher us the summer goes on. a very interesting report of the interests of the party of their Tho present crop began coming in proceedings of the first meet- Choice? expecting and having ,n,t l)ecniber and will continue n h n' of summer. It is ing of the Administrative Com in. " so not been V.. mittee' of the Democratic Party u.iu, wuiiiuii ui line canoer aim. cait nearly thu large as had reasonforenn( if another for in Kentucky, with a notice of persuasion all over the State telling the people that the present its purpose and aim. Will do likewise. If they do not! rotc o consumption n famine can During the world war we succeed n irett nir this trood ,ar"'y nvertcu. inc total crop heard a great deal said about element of citbenshin to take or,K'nu"y WM eimne ni i.uuu.uuu ,, tong( t0 3(90o,ooo making the world safe for dem- part, one can very well know ,ons, but tht b,K Thc ,aft ,flKUre mak ocracy; it Is the only saving they will not engage in a difference, when you consider I nrefer thing for our own country, nnd scramble for place with noli- - to tho raw product. the States that compose it, and ticians, but will quietly quit the "The bc,t ,uar crPeome ",a 8,,u""0" most of all for Kentucky, field. We can say, therefore. ., if we have not by that brought an , iA, where the spirit of manly innu" ,,,U4? "Ul" dependence is bred in the bone. ever before, that now is the actuol famine on us.' Which makes the proceed- time for all good men to come Don't Suffer ings of (he Administrative to the aid of the party. be operated on. If you have Don't and Administrative committee can- We are eating n lot of candy, ice Goad laying strain. Eggs $1.50 for not be expected to continue cream, cakes and consuming bever- - 15. or $2.50 for 30. Phone 40J. active. They themselves arc "k" tht require a lot of sugar. In tf .Mrs. E. W. Perkins, llryantsvilie. mnn nnil wntrmn nf nfTntra whn. addition large manufacturers stock UUV, ly large size a rich dark red. I International Corn Planter Have a Habit of Pleasing your neighbor owns an international corn planter, you don't have to be told that he is satisfied. You know il, and we know it. Thc i S IF ' ; l" . l'i-""l'- Committee meeting very ly, because, unless we are timemis- PROSPERITY. taken they breathe the right spirit and show the right aim through nnd through. The address of Col. Taylor is a model of its kind. Ho believes in the rule of the majority. Ho believes in it as firmly when the other fellow is in the majority as when he himself belongs to the big crowd. He believes in it when it hurts, and this is real democracy. It is real citizenship. The man that doesn't admire and uphold it must be an autocrat by nature or a self-- , There was ever a time when solutely hprmless. Every bottle prosperity wns so abundant in guaranteed to give ubwlute satisfac- the United States as it is today, tion or money refunded. Mode by anil it Is shnrcd by every class. K. V. Medicine Co,, Inc. Smith Grove Ky. The farmer is getting double and treble for his products what they formerly brought, and he can sell his place at w vsHHHisssssssssssss . NINir BACK twice the amount it cost him if Huni'.SalM he has owned it three years. la Ik. Iiulraral el Em. The mortgage oir it has been Ucsum MNf lt rat ditcoiMS HiMf.S.lM trttiiMai. fill bm itHttrd kiuMliia. U tmk lifted. He is, in many in "M. . Iw H U Mmj stances, a gentleman of leisCu.r.at... trt tlMMtiMi TODAY. Fiktrsc fm MM taunt ure, sending his sons and daughters to College and rld- STORMES DRUG STORE. a VOW planter satisfies because it is simple nnd because FARMS FOR SALE If you are in it plants corn the way the Market for n good grain o rtobac you want it planted. A co furm write me. I have them from strong feature is the ad 40 to 200 ucres. Priced from $30 pi r. tl.. lustablc runner Inmo to $200 ptfc- acre. Liberal terpu on tuiUICIO even UIIU u. the hoppers level, no matter what the most of them. Can arrange for Imor arwrtl Ir Bl of your team. This mean accurate dropping and even 'il mediate possession on some. Warren H. Murray. checking instead of z)r sag. It is a very convenient E Connersville, Iml. R. R. 0. jMiiii.i unuci tin luiiuiuons, Reference First 'National Rank of TuJ Thc International is the mm nUn fr flint r?fftr Gonnersville. m to uc IOOR.CU over oy every larmcr who wants to get Wanted 1 the most out of his cornfields. AGENTS WANTED : It wastes neither seed man with team or auto, who can nor ground, it handles easily, and it lasts as long as any give bond to sell 1J7 vtntktns home farmer could ask. and furm products, lliggcst concern Come in the first time it is convenient and study an of kind in world $1600 to $5000 year International planter. Made in five styles own the ly income. This county open, Write the piles in any form go to style that suits you. DRUG STORK and get a bottle today J. R. Wntktns Co., Dept. 112, Winona, Minn. 4.2J2t pd. of Dr. Wnddeir Pile Remedy. Ale nr un-ih- raise, and sell fur-beWE ing rabbits and other mil mnU. Place your order with us, and list what ever stock you have with us, stating lowest Hat prices on large shipments, Address 515.517 N. I Ave., Fargo, N. D, g International corn - - ..J ht-ia- g - s Oil Deatherage Garage. Expert repairing on all cars. Prompt service and a square deal. Located at the S. II. Estea I.I very Stable. Phone 204. CORN PLANTERS, DISK HARROWS, TOBACCO SETTERS, Hoosier and Superior One Horse Corn . Notice. Owing to increased business at my home office in. Danville, it will not be possible for me to make any' more trips to towns outside of Danville, but will be found six days in each week at my home olfice, over Chci- Hardware Store, Danville, nut-Sslt- m I Planters. Headquarters for International Farm Machinery. il HASELDEN BROS. I Ky. 4.15.21. J. J. DYRNE, Exclusive Optometrist. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. April 22, 920 1 1 FOOTWEAR SPECIAL SUITS and COATS 25 per cent off of all Coats and Suits. $ 13.00 ROUSES 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 Qompany. ONE PRICE STORE. SEE OUR RUG DEPARTMENT WE A QUALITY OUR MOTTO. .STILL TRIMMING OUR PRICES-NO- T OUR CUSTOMERS POST-OFFIC- Mr Jobe Marsce made a busine Mis Glathn Anglln of Lowell is spcnilinK several days with Mrs. Tom trip to Lexington this week. E WE ARE SELLING GOODS FOR LESS AT THE OLD BUILDING, ON DANVILLE STREET. t We will Sell you Riding Oliver plow at $62.50, Oliver Ditc Harrow at $55.00, Oliver Walking Plow at $18 and $20. Oliver Cultivator at $55.00, John Deere Cultivator at $55.00, John Deere Harrow at $55.00, John Deere Mower at $72.50. Collars, Hamet, Breeching, Check Line, Buggy Harness, Stoves and most anything at REDUCED PRICES. Pitlest Scales $95. Garden Seed Four Cents a Package. Mta Lucy Joe Manee is visiting Mr. Noah Marce spent the day her sitter, Mr. Mack Turner at with Mr. Illll Childers in Uwell Sun- Marksbury. day. Mrs. Jennie K. Slavin was n.gucst Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson and recently In Danville of Mr. ami Mrs. son, Hanks, Jr., of Danville, visited Guy Hundley. the family of Mr. W. A. Fnrnuu on Maple avenue .Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mnrfcc ami litRuth, were visiting George- - tle daughter Mis Lucille Strother of town College, spent the week end in friends in Lowell Sunday. Lancaster with her brother, Itcv. and Walden ami daughter Mrser. Mr. Jesse were over from Danville last week for The Deal House. Mr. and Mr. Joe Turner and n brief visit to Mrs. Charles W. Andaughter, Ardelln, were the pleasant derson. Misses Delia and llsttie Murphy visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cnrpen Mr. Jesse Thomas and daughter, of Richmond, have been visiting tcr in Lexington Sunday. Allene, Mrs. William Marsec and friends in Garrard county. The Missionary Society of the Bap children were visitors in Ury&ntsville Messrs K. W. Morrow, J. M. Farra, tist Church met at the Church Wed Sunday. Edd Ross and Charlie Sanders have nesday afternoon and n very inter Mr. Roy Turner, who has ocn esting program was given. been recent visitors In Lexington. temporarily located nt Akron Ohio, A CfUf MtatUn il tM Cmlji and Among the visitors in has returned to Iincatter, to resume V's Alt InltrtiUd In. The Chautauqua Circle met ThursCeinji fey Th day afternoon with Mrs. F. II. Marks-bur- y Danville recently were Mrs. Lnfon hit farm work for this year. Hurnside and daughter, Mrs. K. 1' t' at her home on Danville road, Long, Mrs. J. V. Elmore nnd Mrs. It Mr. ami Mrs. Irvin Wilson, of Jell-icMr. Harry Hudson is visiting Mrs. Jennie Slavin, Mrs. J. K. Rob- D. Hlanton. were in the city last Sunday and in Springfield. , inson, Miss Joan Mount and Mr, K. Monday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Wilder and sons, Mla Mattie Campbell hi been ftp. L. Klkin were in Lexington Thursday, Howard and William, of Uerea, myt S. A. Walker, on Richmond Street. pointed post mistress at llryantsvilta. Mr. snd Mrs. G. M. Treadway of oreil to Lancaster Sunday, and were Mr. Hughes Aldridge and family of guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Indiana, have arrived in Lancaster Mines LUxie anil Lulu Simpson of I'alnt Lick spent Sunday with her nnd are occupying temporarily the Stanford, arc curst of Lancaster sister, Mrs. James G. Conn and fam. Clarence Wilder. Ily. relatives. Mrs. Ernest Sprague, Mr. and Mrs. property on Hill Court recently vaT. Rico and chil- Theodore Wintrrsmith, of Louisville, cated by Mr. S. N. Vnughatn Mr. and Mr, Mr. and Mrs. K. I'rescott Urown, dren, have been recent guests of hvr and Mr. and Mn. ". K. Cook of Den- Miss Vela Vaughan has Joined the have returned from a few days stay mother, Mrs. Carrie Davidson in the ville motored to Lancaster Saturday, household of Itcv and Mrs. Palmeter in Cincinnati . and were guests of Mrs. K. l Owsley to continue her school work, and will country. be with her family in their new Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West have been The dainty little Miss'that arrived Mr. Letcher Rogers, 21, of Hub not home in Hustonville till June. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kmbry at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Lie, son of Mr. Mike Rogers and Miss In Lexington. Fain hns been christened Miss Norma Ulah Helle Dailey, 17, of Hlchmond. Mrs. J. R. Mount returned home daughter of Mr. Hurdctte Dailcy, last Tuesday morning after several Mr. and Mrs. Joe I'eltard and Mrs. Hum. were married the past week In Rich- - weeks visit to Atlanta and on her re. Ham Aldridge spent Tuesday in Dan Mrs. Louis Landram, Mr. ami Mrs. turn stayed n few days in Howling ville shopping. F. H. Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs. Clay niond. Green, with her daughter, Mrs. Thom Lexington W. W. West and family, Mr. und Miss Hessir-Smitwas the guest of Sutton were visitors in Mrs. Henry Moore of Lancaster, went as Wilson. Iter aunt, Mrs. S. D. Turner, In Lex Thursday. to Uerea, Friday to the Welch sale Dr. and Mr. J. S. Gilbert are oc ington Sunday. Mr. and Mr. J, L. Davis and given away for cupying with Mr. and Mrs. James daughter, Miss Maude, spent Sunday and to sec the baskets Mr. G. L. Crutchcr and son of every f 2. worth of goods. Itlchmond West, Pine Court, on Lexington rood, Lexington, were guests of Mrs. Hid with her aunt, Mrs. X. M. Sayrc at Register. the late home of Mr. Clay Sutton, Lexington. itqblnson Sunday. while their prospective home is under W. A. Marrs, of Knoxville, hat Mr. P. Golley. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. way of construction. Mrs. U. I). SImpsen is visiting the been in Southeastern Kentucky, for Romans. Mr. nnd Mrs. Coleman Gul-lefamily of her ion, Mr. Henry Simp Several days selling Dismuke hats. Mirs Sallic Klkin was In Maysville and children motored to Lexing- W. son in Lexington. A. Is mi old Lancaster boy and is Inst week, being on the program for ton Sunday. ulways glad to get back to the old the Educational Drive for Transyl Miss Frost has been the guest Lexington Herald. vania College in that city, and while Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldhum, of Kentucky home. of Misses Jane and Mary Doty on Richmond, have been visiting hvr there was the much enjoyed guest In 'Richmond Avenue. Mr. W. S. Smathors,' local Dclco mother, Mr. C. A. Arnold, on tin the home of Mrs. John M. Frnzee. light salesman, for the Madison ElecMU Jeanie D. Lackey spent tho Lexington pike. Mr. and Mrs. J. Sterling Hcrron, tric and Plumbing Company, has day Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ft. Davis and little leased rooms with Mrs. Ida Huguoly are visiting the formers parents, Mr. Mrs. James 0. Conn. daughter, Josephine, of Chattanooga on Hreck' avenue. Mr. Smathors has and Mrs. Luther Hcrron on Stanford Mr. Artliuin Currey is visiting Team, are guctts of he"r mother, Mrs. been making his home In Lancaster. street. They will remain here for her .laughter, Mr. Fisher Gaines ami Elisabeth J we ph. -- Itlchmond several weeks and later locate at Register. Mr. Gaines in Danville. Cleveland Ohio, to mnke their future Senator (ieerge Karris, of Frank-- 1 Major and Mrs. V, M. Davison, lio.ne. Miss Helen Robinson, Mr. and Mr. fort, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Miss Alom Lcar.and guest. Mrs. K. C. R. E. Henry of Lexington, Mr. Jesse Mention, of Corbin, was visited Stephen Walker and Mr. Walker, on! Lisle, of Winchester, have returned Mrs. Hfd Itobintvn Sunday. Richmond avenue. from Louisville, where they nttende I the guest this week of hi niece, . the - ,ll'n ball given at tho Hawaiian Cur- - Misses Ethyl and Maymc Wulter. tor the Vlni '"vision t Camp Mr. Mershon expects to locate at .i,,-;,.,,-- -. Ilryuntsville in the early fall, having recently purchased the property ofj Mr. Clarence Strother, J. R. MOUNT & CO. Gossip About v People o, Tho following vill be interesting to HONOR ROLL Lancaster and Garrard friends of the mother, who i remembered as Miss Uessie Prnther, ami a former resl- Public School dent of this city. Her numerous friends nrc extending congratulation. EIGHTH MONTH. "Mr. ami Mrs. W. Fay Rctchelderfer, C72 Perry Street, Defiance, Ohio. 1 ROOM Aldridge, Katherinc Fred Milton Rcicheldcrfcr Lyda Harnett. Thelmn Oaks, Robert Horn April IS, 1920. Anderson, James Peace, M. V. SanSeven Pounds." ders. ROOM 2- - Er.-.i-.. IV.aI HatSeUJ. Birthday Ceiebratiun. Henry. Hrnnch Conn, George PalYesterday was the seventy-nint- h birthday of Mrs. George Dobbins, and meter, Emma Hngan, Fanny Lee Walit was most fittingly celebrated by ker, Lorctta Ester, Frnncis Tucker, Miss Lizzie Shears. Mr. Dobbins Allie V. Marsce, Margaret Hall, Nantakes her meals .with Miss Shears, cy Clark. ROOM 3 Edna Hatcher, Lois and one might have thought she was Conn, Georgettn Walker. the head of the house, for when she ROOM 5 Lena Henry, Elizabeth went down to dinner, there was every thing that goes to make up a birthday Rich, Dorothy Dunlap, Mnttic Mne feast cake and candles nnd nil. With Hubble, Angle Clay Arnold, Lillian Miss Shears' busy life, it speaks elo- Murphy, Omer Young. ROOM fl Hazel Urondus, Shirley quently of her beautiful, thoughtful life to have special feast days, along Denny, Margaret Scott, Willie Mne with her other duties. No birthday Vanhuss. ROOM 7 Stella Speako, Mary Lee dinner ever gave more hnppiness than this one, and we cannot pass it over Holtzclaw, S. U. Sanders, Homer without wishing for Mrs. Dobbins Carrier. Wilbcrt Holtzclaw. RflOM 8 Lenna Aldridge. many happy returns of the day, and for Miss Shears we have "every good Small house for rent. wish for every Kood thing." DanI. P.' Thompson. ville Messenger. Lancaster Elkin Martin. y I SAVE THE DIFFERENCE House Paint per Gallon $3,50, Seed Potatoes per Bushel $6.00, Arbucle Coffee per Pound 4o cents, Seed Sweet Potatoes Cheap. and Mrs. J, It. Woods and Miss Lena Woods, of Faint Lick: Mr. and Mr. rjj Allfti Saddler, Mr. and Mr. Chas. Ijj Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Tfieo Dunn and fii 'Mr' C' U ,,n't0" ot Lancaster, nnd JijMr. nnd Mrs. Frank Parks of Lex-- I lngton, were here yesterday to nttcnJ M . the funeral of little Mary Francis 8? Parks. Danville Advocate. ' j in , ik. . .uui, ui aiamoru, .ir Sanders Variety Store LANCASTER, Ky. The Woman's Club met Thursdav afternoon at their rooms on Lexington street. After the business meet Ing a delightful musical program was enjoyed. Mrs. W, Ashborn Price, was chairman, assisted by Mr. Harry Tomlinson, Mrs. Leonard Miller, Mrs. rs.-i rtl Clarence airomcr ami .miss Mamie S. Dunn., Thore were about twenty present. The marriage of Miss Ann Margaret Elkin, daughter of Cnpt. T. A. Elkin, of this city, to Mr. Frank Martin, X-RAof New Hnvcn, Conn., took place In Y Washington City, yesterday nfter. noon at six o'clock. This happy event is of much interest to friends of the; charming nnd lovable bride, who has lived among us all of her life and counts among her admirers, till of her acquaintances. The heartiest wishes of those who are near nnd dear to D. D. S. her. together with her host of friends, bespeak for her a life filled with happiness and Joy, and congratulate the IIIMMIMNMI fortunate young man in winning her IHIINHINiMI heart and hand. The wedding was a quiet one, with $ DO YOU WANT EGGS only a few friends nnd relatives being NEXT WINTER7 present. She was accompanied to 2 The beat way Is to raits Washington, by her sister, Mils Sallie your awn producers. Elkin. They will make their home In X My SINGLE CO MU Washington for a while, where Mr. 5 DROWN LEGHORN HENS Martin has a lucrative position with ar ready to furnish you the government. with factory units that will pay bis; profits If properly developed. Cox. Prices 16 for SI. 00, 100 When Miss Lillian Montgomery, of for 15.00. this city and Mr. George Cox, were ERLE C. FARRA, united in marriage last Suturda Hox 173. Lnncntter, Ky. evening, by Rev. C. D. Strother, r. was the happy culmination of n court ship of several months standing. 1m mediately after the marriage t'ey ) I motored to Frankfort for a few days For visit with the brides sister, Mrs. Gordon, but are now happily located at v the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton Cox. parents of the groom, on the Stanford pike. x Miss Montgomery, has been fori Mr. J. c. Williams. Mr. Mershon l several year, the polite and affable a gentleman in everything that the clerk for Mr. Coy Sander and num word implies and will be quite an as bers her friends by the thousand, all set to the ctitenry of the tittle city, of whom admire her for her man all of whom, we dure say, will give qualities. Mr. Cox Is one of our him the glad hand. energetic young farmers and will provide well for his charming bride, Rev. and Mrs. Clurenee Strother who is ii daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. entertained at their home on d B. Montgomery. avenue, Friday evening with a and all kinds of delightful party in honor of the U. V. FOR SALE: Some pure 'red P, U., of the Uaptist Church. The Ilronze Turkey eggs. Price a guest of honor of the evening was dozen. Phone 340-U- . Miss Lucille Strother of Georgetown SEE OR PHONE Mrs. 0. T. Loyton. ColUge, The affair was a very deati lightful and enjoyable one, and after STRAYED from my farm different kind of interesting games, Cattonburg, a black mare, 4 years delicious ice cream, cakes and candy old, about 14 "a hands high. Reward Lancaster, Ky, were served. Sixty-flv- e guests enjoy for any information. Quick Service and Good Work ed the charming hospitality of Rev. Robert II. Long, Cottonburg Ky. and Mrs. Strother. I DENTAL SERVICE ' M. S. Hatfield MJ Montgomery Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Rich-mou- i Repairing, Painting Tin Work P.B.Witliams&Co The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. ! Thursday, April 22, 920 1 r M. S. DENTIST TRAVELING EXHIBITS EXPLAIN METHODS OF GRADING DIFFERENT KINDS OF GRAIN Dodge Brothers BUSINESS 1 w HATFIELD Office over The Garrard Bank. Phonae Office S. "evidence 370, KENTUCKY, LANCASTER, 6fR J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office lloura 8 lo 12 and I to S p.m J. ft. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Offlre Ovrr National Hank. Residence i'iione 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTKIt. KY. HK. c The car is so light, so certain in its performance and so free from necessity of repair, that the saving in delivery Is actual and real. TtltltPtltltltltllsaStltltltltltltltlSai KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. shik-iosscs One of the Exhibits Sent Out by the United States Department of Agrlcul. ture to Help Orowers, Buyers, Millers and Others Understand drain Grading Under the Federal Standards. (Tic pa red by the United BtAtee Depart. I bvr of wheat type trsyn which Illustrate nieni oi Aincuiiure.) or "" Ilancl-iIn one of the rooms occu- - l"v ' i,"n"l,' vu.ei.es in earn pled by the muln otllce of tho bu-- . ot fort,'':n nl reau of market.. United States depart- - c,,n"' n",, ment of agriculture. In Washington, Is damage. For Benefit of Visitor. n map showing an Imivortnnt phase of A portion of the sample rotulncd In the government's work In Interesting the airtight can Is placed In the mois and Lick. Kentuokv grain growers, dealers map millers In ture tester for the hotiellt f the vis grain grading. Is dotted The Itor. lie sees how the Inspector deterwith many colored pins. Indicating towns and village, scattered north, mine the iirrveiitnge of moisture In south, east nnd west, where this truth the grain nnd teams that ilemilte nre allowed for imch grade. has been emphasized In connection VETERINARIAN. with demonstrations. All the other Jests described above nre on Call, Aniwered Promptly Day or given by representatives of the bureau. inane Thetne large samplea In the cloth ont kicker Is mechanical The map Is an epitome of the groin bug. Night, rhon. 317. expert' work In threading the gospel device; which separates the oats, weed stems, chaff, straw and other foreign of gram grading. KENTUCKY IANCAS7ER. mutter known ns docknge from wheat Qrsdlng Made Understandable. samples. This Is the first text for It Is not easy to explain grain grad ing If one attempt' It without samples whent samples. In com and onts the foreign material In separated or apparatus, but with the equipment screening with hand sieves. Included In traveling exhibits sent out ly Thousands of fanners and others In by the department It Is a much simpler In grain have visited these Fine Cut matter. With the help of Information terested which sro helping producers. given by the demonstrators a farmer exhibits, Do They Sell the Rice LaterT denier, millers nnd others understand In famlllur with grain can soon leurn to of natives M. the principles of grain grading. After hatch the Interior duckChina by buryeggs grade his own crop satisfactorily. both tnlklng with the demonstrator they ing them In hen nnd lukewarm rice, which they Prior to the establishment of fed realize, that the application of the fed reheat dally. eral grades, growers and Interior buy- N. L. PREWITT erai grilles materially narrows mar era knew little of the various methods keting costs, and so Is n direct benefit and Interpretations of different local Trees Individual taste has much to do with grades at the grain terminals. Under to both grower nnd rnuautnor, the ornsmentnl character of trees; federal standards the government What ono person would call an ornaHELP IN MARKETING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. shows how tho grading Is done accordmental tree might not be considered ing to definite rules of one national standard, so that the fanner and InPUREBRED ANIMALS such by others. Or a tree may bo Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 ornamental In one place and unattracterior dealer have access to the same tive In another. knowledge of grain grading ns wits for JOHN WHITE & CO. merly bsd by tho terminal dealer. The Plan Inaugurated to Give Buyers exhibits are designed to show the corLOUtSVILLC, KY. Necessary Information. rect methods of applying the federal liberal tuidiwal - - -- StTAsTTAT TAv grades for oats, wheat nnd shelled value) and full corn. The apparatus displayed In CIIDQ of raw Ulltf cludes a moisture tester, scales for Success Dependent on Breeders In County or Community weighing samples and separations, a Hides and " With Each OtHer and With device, a SmI Salae test separating device, sieves and a the County Agent. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Dr. Printus Walker grain-gradin- Honaker Flowers. Auclioneer snm-Ide- s John McRoberts. None Women Old at Jury Duty. Uu the Toothbrush. Norse women have been nerving on Itewnre the Infected mm whose Juries since ISO". They sit together germs fly stout the world seeking with the men on nil ordinary esse. whom they msy drflle "Siwire ths brush snd spoil the teeth" that's whst Number FUtlrons. pajs the pyorrhea specialist Nowadays the iHiusewlves who utn electric Irons are legion, but the day Earlier Still. of the old ilntlmn Is not quite past. The first use of pin) lug card was For those who still use them, an easy when Satan played the deuce In the wsy to Insure getting the right Irons Harden ot Uden," saa an evrhange. lu turn Is to number each with a Wrong' It was when the sun Isy over piece of white chalk, I, 2. 3, I, and everything with his first fluiti Hoe-to- n so on. Trnnserll't ffftfSPffmwtiwTwVwKKWtSJ f4e ' wclght-pcr-bush- "f0-SO- To visitors Interested In learning how samples of grain from a car or The undersigned hereby give warn bin are secured which are truly repretog to all persons pot to trespass upon sentative, It Is explained that a probes sampler lur lands for any purpose whatever different makes of a car In five or more parts with a tuMIke is wo will prosecute all offenders to Instrument containing ten compart' the fullest extent of the law. Hunt utents. With this he secures grain ers and fishermen especially take from varl6us depths ot the load. The notice. contents of each probe Is emptied upon Mrs. Cora Phillips, K. L. Elkln. sampling cloth and examined for Mrs. Emma Daniels, odor, temperature nnd condition. A portion of tho sample Is put In an air It. L. Arnold. tight can nnd the remainder In a cloth Mrs. Sarah J. P. Uackley, bag. These two lots are then brought Mrs. Emma MIgginbotham, o the ItiMM'Ctlon otllce for examina Edd and X. D. Price. tion, testing nnd grading. S. C. RJgsby. Hut, the visitor objects, such sala 0. M. Anderson. ries are too large for testing and for a It. L. Barker letalled examination oi the kernels. 0. L. Kelley. That Is true. That Is Just the renson J. C. Rigsby. " machine, the demon- for the Mrs. Victoria Anderson, tnitor explains. Tho sample from the Thompson and Tracy bug Is (toured Into the hopper at the cylindrical mat top of this bnftle, located chine and u Giving In Service. Just below the outlet of the hopHr, vKut u'oiiihii. mil eery iiitin. fur causes the grain to spread evenly over (hut matter. should do something lo Its surface. At Its base nre n series of justify her or his existence. I'nlcss ducts, each alternate duct flowing Into s woman elves n iniirli ns she lakes one of the hisiuts below, which ac In service she lo n liability, nnd not so an asset to the com tu unity." Dr. curately divides the sample In half exthat one portion of It will grade lather l.ovi'Joy. actly the same us the other. I'lvc or six divisions of the sample nre made In this way be reduce the portion to be examined from about 44 pounds to from one to nine ounce, depending on the test to be made. This enables the to nnulyie the sample rapidly. Part of the loose suuiptu Is put mal through the test chine. The value of this devlre lies In the fact that with atl samples weighed the kettle Is titled under uniform condition. The Numpto fulls Just two Inches from a hopper to the quart ket- Incorporated passing through an ienliig l'.i Inches In diameter. Manufacturers of Perfect-FittinUe of Type Trays. When the examination of the Indi SPECTACLES AND vidual kernels Is undertaken the lu- qiilrcr at the exhibit sees the vulue of EYE GLASSES ijimj trays to the the lemonstrutlon. If com Is being ex amined the demonstrator picks up a I ray showing kernels that serve us Artificial Ejet s ty-to determine whether a sample Invisible Ulfocal Leua or ns "white." "yellow" hisses mixed." Another group of kernels shows various types of damaged kernels. 4th A Chestnut If the grading of white outs Is being demonstrated, uuulher tray Is used. It LOUISVILLE, KY. wheat Is under d I musk on the Inquirer el U showu ouo or more of u Urge nuw- MM "SO-COtwo-soute- d cnne-shuiM--d POSTED wild-oa- t "kicker." The live stock farmer having only a few purebred nntmals for sale at rather Infrequent Intervals, often has j diniculty In disposing of his surplus protltatdy, often liecause purchasers do not know what he has to sell. The bureau of markets. United States department of agriculture, In with the state, county and local agencies, has Inaugurated m plan which nsststs buyers In obtaining Information regarding the location, character and number of purebred animals. The success of this plan la dependent on the of the breeders In a county or community with each other and with the county agent. The lattrra office should he In the headquarters for the association. In this otllce should be filed complete Information regarding the purebred animals to the members. Through the county agent, according to the plnn, the state agent In marketing nnd the bureau of markets at Washington nre kept In touch with the supply. These agencies likewise keep In touch with buyers and so nre nble to serve nil Increasing nutnler of buyers and sellers effectively. 1 Mariuaimir m.iMt iMvriir TW mi tiki tt bsk ilkt fkUJ.rt li autlaiM.1IJm IS. $ t an mii Tr- Maiis.ur mm t w iii mvloml OwfJ ivp. ti yPti7 eStS?- - f lr,l ii m ik Pill Sir Mum tl Mni.M Vmtn r ,ll Uui ukt nbe-- ilMui) Swt il .VS sZMJL J&K yf I UKPh rJffflrr t- f BBBtV aLeBeLeWiS JBPlaLeaaLeBW aH JPl - ll&5 bIbIbVH Ml f W m 'VaaLeBel nrl BBeBeBeSeSI Iii. KK Kfs J 1Bb2 1 I Three Types of Tires for Three Kinds of Use waul YOU use a different oil in motor in n touringincar; the cylinders than the don't a truck Tke Ijtt Cord l'unctuix-l'roo- l EASTERN SUPPLY OF TIMBER Quantity In Far West Does Not Mean That the Country Is Net Already Suffering. lniectr welght-pr-buhe- Southern Optical Co. g ; The fart that there are still large quantities of standing timber In the fur West does not mean that our country Is not already suffering from the consequence of forest destruction. Europe will look first to our eastern states fur lumber, because of the shorter distance, And the eastern supplies of old timber are rapidly approaching exhaustion. transmission. Different conditions must he met differently. That U why Lee httilds three types of tires for three kinds of uses. The right type for your purpose is (lie one built c.peciully for that use. Consult us on tires. We'll survey the conditions your tires must meet and prescribe the Lee Tire that will nerve you hest the Lee Tire that will give you maximum mileage and comfort. ir tidier enaaill-i- i aU.lut.Jjr H4olut. (.rof Tt. e lwfluie-trwi- l 11V the liarttett puuaie Mltlee en tire reed. A r.t crl I widir all ceaJlllani. mti Dr.. lwiuJiU. The Lte Cord a rr criwlllns mm toe In tn is.1 In the country. Lee OerJ nMutruf-ttos rrtrtteeHr ttt 0 uiuil IreuUn -- Ueweuli, Iresd e.prHh. I1...1U ticeVUig. taltrntl fcUitn. te. from Mm Buk.t Ititf. 11(1,1 tUku Mis. 114 ml4. 4 eirc Too Z)iitiiArfZ'. The Lee Fabric yt runJltleu giulltr-kull- A kutkjr lire l U.iU It ml at eftriUeJ. elUi ulUi tit txtrt Mnlo.. lhl BjhU nun r4 asj UitilliUr else, frota Hfltn U tr.ii: tl glass-covere- d IX III. la yeur machinery ready for e e Krjfttls t e net Tiires Lsicister, Kcitucky. "Smile at Miles" sell-wh- at Do some of thu repair work now. e . e Our best bug swatters are tho birds. e e e St. Hotter get that plaatur ready for duty. e Tires are advancing every day but we are we have on hand at the old price. I Nearly all of those who have tried sev henns In connection with corn am euthuilustlc over results. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April 22. 1920 Democrats Administrative Committee Procaadlngs of Stat at Large Mambars' Maating, Saturday, April 10th, 1920 OPEMINQ ADDRESS BY COL MARION E. TAYLOR, Jolnl Chairman of the Committer. I am with ntiil fur this strut iimi l my mlltiiBue, tuciit l.'id. Callahan, m nil hi n lit h.irnnmlri iitHl lllilli' tin- - iI.iimh-- . racy nf P.ir mr I huu nut tnki-i- i mi mlhi- - purl In poll Democratic administrations, Htalc utnl mulium, hate inurli legislation of lil li I illil nm ni.riit ami rimii hIiUIi I hate H.Mt-n- tllliiliclill Iiim, mill ilimll) (lie ifrili'tlill nt the hiiliir In uhlch I linil ihttt- - I In- - rate mill IndilMry nf n llfi Hum It limy, I ih-- t lt that plmi' or pndlt, uml hiix m li in,riit I nm ft 111 .i iMnorrnt n JefTirxililiiii Kin.Hmt. uml I milunll without cavil or niinpliilnt o tin- - ill f thu nuj..rlt) tin- puM hury Its dead. TImw iiu.'Mliilm width lm dUtdnl ami (urn the tNiuocniry uf Thvy un- - U lilml us. II l Hum fur nil llhrrty-liitlnnr' M In the principle .if turn mIio Mit-iimill would apply them tit tin- - tiHitiiiiitiiUH Imum of the hour In turn ihtHr fa ceo to the future unit tu unitt' In urn- - mmus iithI (u riHlnol t fTurt tit rvdi-eold k) to lirtns hark tu the fnllli nf tin futhi n.. In Hint effort I nm with juii llli nit in) Thi' errnt imtltui ln fnn u nmv U not m hither Ihl muntr hull r h wot or ilr), hut It khall l ImiimkthIIc- - or (piihllnnt , whether the principle of JenVrson idiull Ih iimliitiilmil or tin- - hervU- of lli mtilfnnl).Hi shall iloiHlimli- - the iviuii U of tin liilr hihI iiutlon. all, I In fvMilh iifvt-n uimI inter ulll fiiluult In llu- - ilmnllia lion of n corrupt nml IihiwI.. hlmk uml tun .ltli-a- l ollirunh). ThU riiHmttr- u not urtrmitriil nt tin- - helicM of miy i hui or faction, ami It will wn none Indifferent In tin- - prrwuwl iiiiililtloii of Indhlduut we nn- - the of cnut awl principle. Willi lti2lff of mri"V we will nihu- - for the un'- .- of hf party anil nf all llu ititMnl lHnn-ri- . Wf lutite man wlmeer u iN'iniKTHt to Join u In IhN to nthtM o). Kriitmky. to Wert n I nxM nitlr I'nlih-ii- t Krmt of Hie UiilUil ,sia I in, an. I to tHiiki the worhl wife for ili'imxTacy. wk-IhIc- This Soldier's Bride Determined To Save. II Won IUr Whll "0r Thr" and IUr Frrncli Tralntni Wat Utlon To Iowa lloutf wlrrt. loun Imnnl of pxnmlncrt which recently examined into the mnlty of 11 youtiK Frcncli bride of nn lown ulilirr who wni ilriren to nervous prixtnitloii hy her Ant experience with the extravagance of American living, fuuml her mine. Hut tuppose nn the New York World tUKKetU, that 11 comniimlnn of thirty French wnmrn hail hren rnllcil on to pnut on the vanity of the nvernie American huuewife. It it prohable that in ninny cae nuch n Jury would nil incapable of JuiIkc the hounewife All 1 ic Salt OF iiinnnKinK hrr nffnirn. REAL ESTATE AND PERSONALTY Having sold my business in Buckeye and expect to locate elsewhere, will sell at public auction, on r t'. Mif-lerv- fr The little French briile worried herself into a neriout illness because the felt disgraced when the couldn't show her American husband that the could save. Illness from the cause in not prevalent in the United States but many a man suffer serious financial ills because hit partner fails to of economic observe thu tymtomi illness. The luwn soldiec according to the story his bride told the lunacy coin ili-.- nl tlli. hr i: SATURDAY, MAY 1st, 1920 Beginning promptly at two o'clock, at my home in Buckeye, the following personalty and real estate. One 11 year old black horse, good worker and gentle; One old gray horse, fine family horse; One three year old spotted pony, broke; One good milch cow; One 5 year old saddle mare (a Preston) ; Five 100 pound shouts; One covered spring wagon, good as new, (Armleader) ; One set of Breeching; One set wagon lines; One set plow gear; Two work bridle; One riding bridle; One wheel barrow; One hand made saddle; One harrow (new) ; One double shovel plow; About ten barrels of corn. Some Household goods. Will also offer my home consisting of the following:- Five room cottage equipped with Delco Lighting System; store room with good basement, all necessary out buildings and all in good repair; Three acres good land; Fencing all good. This property is leased at $40.00 per month, one year with privilege of three. The purchaser will be required to assume the said contract. TERMS made known on day of sale. 8-y- ear J,.nr.ti mission, handed over to her hit sal- ary weekly. She, following the French custom, arranged her budget, putting aside n sum for payment of their home, food, cloth-int- r, insurance and savin;. What worried her was that the turn put aside for nvin's was constantly eaten up by deficits in the items for living experifs. "Why is it that when I order tome meat it is "brought to me in an automobile?" she demanded. "1 cannot afford to have my meat delivered In an automobile and I won't." She in common with the French nation, feels that it it n disgrace not to tate. Too many American house, wive feel that the only disgrace lies In not making n showing of extrava gance far in excess of the real finan cial position of their families. It is to correct this tendency to waste and the feeling that the in come should flow out us rapidly at it flows In that the Savings of the Trea sury Department is conducting its campaign to make saving and safe investment in government securities a national habit. The thinking wom en of America have recognizeil the danger, and four million members of the most Influential nnd powerful women organizations of the country are cooperating in the campaign. They arc helping the nation to realiie it cannot nlTord not to save and that the high cost of living it a reason not for losing one's mind but for finding it. wli.-tli.- .lie r - Hiti"-hHor- firj Callahan, Joint Chairman The following proclamation, which wii prtacnttd by Col. P. H. of the Comn ittee, adopted unanimously: n To tin IVlnucnita of Kcnturkjr: w with th Hpprmal of IviuiMrntU1 n'tifrrviirv of men imil wiiuhmi fnmi 'urh rouiity th tm-In tin- - tais hutf thh niiniHlitif, until tin- - male rtnivi-ntlm- i ralhtl for May tlh ilnill llHf tiiki- - arilmi, to inn'f-i- l to oi iinllli;itc nil tin? rlfiiifiita of KtrriiKth In lh IVmorrath party of Kentucky. WV Mi-l- i iioihiiij; from tin? Mrty for uuochtu unT tut faction, croup or (htihiii in thr Muti or In tln nation, hut nix-oIn the t nml for llu IntfrintM of thi' oiuntry tin our imum of IK'tuiH-rar. unlli'l Juilcnirnt cli u in ! tii Thf Stalf Viml lUrrutht' ('utanilitrr, S. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. N. M0KF0ED. BUCKEYE, KY. In vlrtui- - of iIhim' tlthn. we w thi-m- mMni4 our of Kenthi-ata- ONE CAR LOAD OF tucky nm! iirne tlirm with frunk eartulin'in to uttinil the hx-u-l party ruutirlla, tukt purl In the iiiunty inntentlon unit to Mt to It that ruaventloii in May I made up of LH'inorrutM who know the uUtim rtf the people uml will carry out llme wtliiN with uneiilnuliil lllHTt) of uelliin u tn Ixilh the future ami llio part. We ttililreMi In pjrtU'titjr thox' nho hate nut nlway actively larth'lateil In party affair Yuti ilmuld mm' make a hurrltlcc, If ncttl In; to M'tiil on it ilrleciitloii of liltfh t) ! men unit women nhom tio iwv oii or iwrvnn Mlthoul jiiitrli'tlc reaMiii ran inntml Thin In mi lime to leue iiiuttem of part) orsnnliatlmi to Ihtmiiim ixilltleiilly luterentetl ; no time for almifnrsa mi tin jurt of uhtantlal nii'ti.ritiil women uhn hae thr w elf lire of their romniunlty ami their cnunlry at heart; no uy. Our country In time for 'ftirtlnti or pelfliti Intertntii tu hohl welclnil lu the hiilitiuv, unit If men of aftulrn. men uml Miimen of miIIiI thouiiht anil itKl!itenteil purpM' ilo not tlinm- their MrcncOi mill liiftueiict' Into the tile, our country may he fouml uumliis hefore the world. The Nutliiliiil Cntitetithiii at Sail l'rniu'iet III June will In' a lent Keliluckj'a ileleiMtbui hlmutil piny Its purt of American ftHlecmfl with nn e)e klnslc tnunl. uimI a lunrt heiit iihih. mIiii; tin mhiI of itio iwthm that Itax stviw In the wurkl Its grMitwt cpprtulty tu he he kind of ii frei'. 'I'hl lii the kind of a that jmir ciiHimltte' "Mil oih uulleil mrjMiM' utawU fur, uml e nlc Jim to hohl ni our ImlMl. The mcmberi of the Admlnlitratlve Committee of the State large are 41 follow: EXECUTIVES: P. H. Callahan, Chat. A. Hardin, lliirriHliliunr. Ky. luiUt llle, Ky. Mrs. John A. Fulton, Johnion N. Camden, Honey and Tar COMPOUND . Foley Tennessee Guernsey AND AN OLD REM Am.E FAMILY REMEDY, recommended for coufht, colds, tickling of the tbioat, sptimodic croup, whooping cough, la firippe, and broachltl coufhs, boartcueti, etc. cmiIihIxI iiiri'imcwlli Sm lim Mr mib t toi cW lu M kjldl i!mIi lw lbl t..Kll A Iritfiicl nun wnmtndti K4rt llMy c'J TsrCniwuki,iul I joUMcUMlU Th I iMk t 4 f.ul dM lalitrtJ nit I C Th First Dote Cava Relief E. hniMii, IUIJi,J. Nb.. wrilM! I n4 iU isat. ' iy at trutMuUr tin t M ani uallfUIMi uric j J! nl Cu(llMCUlmv M ni(h inlirdr lkMitl4tr ! Tr lull tit 4 I "t Fl, U tay unJi sai iHtuutU iictxir." For moie than thirty ycais UI111 1 (cr-nll-- Foley's Honey vn J 'J'ar has beta use J aith satisfaction an J success. McROUERTS DRUG STORE. Ikintitowti, Ky. Marion H. Taylor, UiutMlllf, Ky. VerwMliM, Ky. AUSTRALIAN Comes To The Harry A. Sommera, lilraulx'tlitoun, Ky. Mri. S. F. Fetter, AIiIimI, K. A, Hprlm; Stutloti, Ky. John E. Buckingham, J. A. Alexander, Ky. r.iliittllle, GENCR AL: Mrt. J. C. Layne, I'l. TlHiKutk. Ky, Mrs. Cora Wilton Stewart, I'iidllfuh, K). Jat. 0. Drown, IjiuUville, Ky. Mrs. 8aml. T. Cattleman, Uiulnvllle, Ky. lA'ilnutiui, Ky. Mitt Alice Lloyd, Study At Transylvania. reputation of Transylvania Will be sold at the Stock Yards on Stanford Street, Kentucky, on in LANCASTER, Mrs. Dunater Qibaon Foiter, l'Xluuloii, Ky Alex P. Humphrey, UiuUvllte, Ky. Mrt, Edmund M, Pott, I'mluaih, Ky. I'ruiikfort, K) Jamet Uttcrbich, Deiha Breckinridge, I'xllik'ton, Ky. Mn, John B. Cattleman, liuUvllle, Ky. Harry Hanger, Kkhliumil, Ky, Mr. A. M. Harrlton, K) M:i)illli', M. Collcgu at Lexington nt an educational institution of the Christian Church which is conducting under the nuipl-ce- s of the Disciples' World Movement a cnmpalgn for $1,200, 000 tn Kentucky this year, ii shown by the fact that Len M. Grilfin, of Australia, has come to I.exngton to enter Transylvania. Mr. Critrin left his home in Oolong, December 'JO, for Sydney, from which place he expected to sail immediately for America. On Saturday, April 24 AT 1:30 O'CLOCK, P. M. These cows are selected from the farmers of Tennessee and are brought direct from the farmers to you. heavy springers. Some are fresh and others are J, W. Akhl.iml, Ky Stewart, NOTICE! rrotu !uvi any uuthorlly to rcprenent Ihla or any of Ita uaKtihera towunl teUtilnj; or illrcitlua uny rail' illdacy for tu the conventions or the flection of any Commit tevim i'ii. fur Die Coiuinlttftt lUctf will not hate any wlihea on IliU mat ter ami aro only ilealmu of hrluitlnjr nhuut u procedure that will rvault In a full and uucontrolletl of all candidate by the County 11. trlct and HtuU-- Convi'iitloiw. No K'mnn or ilelt-unti- 'i Com-intttt- o n strike account of the he was unable to get out of Sydney for eight weeks, arriving in America only a few days sgo, too late to enter college during the present ses sion. Mr. OrltTin came by way of E1JI Islands, Hawaii, and Vancouver, cov. erlug a distance of fifteen hundred He will visit his brother, miles. David II. Griffin, who receives his de- grce at Transylvania in June, until the beginning of the next college s' Now is the time to buy a good Tennessee Jersey. LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED. 0 Pruner & Goines CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 22, 1 920 "LIBERTY" THE QUALITY aH 1 i A DTO - PAINTING OLDSMOBILE "SIX" TRIMMING Special Sale OF AUTO twenty-fiv- e WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK AND ASSORTMENT TIRES am a iii rfr- - Ever shown in Danville and we are offering fifteen to per cent On Ford Sizes 303 Smooth It at. SOOO cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Mil.. Port... .$11.00 New $17.iO, our pri. Use Arnold's Fine Hand-mad- e Buggies. Arnold Buggy Works. Danville, Ky. Non-Ski- New Llil. $10.60. Sale $13.25 Trie. Nen-SLi- They're World Beaters. .Garage In Connection. 1 ENOUGH BILLS BUT THAT WAS ALL, SHE SAYS. JOO's. N.w Ll.t. $23.80 Price $16.75 Sat f I Spray Your Trees Now If You Want Lots or Fruit. Mrs. Helen Moberley is very low Brother IVal delivered some sermons at Pleasant Hill Miss Sarah Hnnimark spent SuntNrch Saturday night ami Sunday day with Mim Ltxzie Ilammack. and Ha the dinner guest of Mr. nnd M. Mnditen Hell spent Saturday Mrs. Alex Ray, Sunday. night with Mr. llurl Hammack. Dillon and Mr. and Mrs Charlie family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gretn Sutton. Miss llruhth McQuerry was th pleasant guest f her eousln, Mln Stella McQuerry Saturday. i Use SOLUBLE SULPHUR C0MP0UN0. Total Results Gained From Other Medicines Before Taking Trutona, M r s. Franklin Asserts. Louisvile, Ky., Apr. 22, Another striking bit of proof of Trutonn's reconstructive powers for of Influenovercoming after-effecza, pneumonin and the like is to be seen in the following statement mnde recently by Mrs. A. E. Franklin, Louisville woman of 1359 Preston Street. "After 1 had sufficiently recovered from the "flu" to Ret out of bed," Mrs. Franklin said. "I found in my head whenever I would wnlk that I was very weak nnd a dizziness rendered me unfit to do any kind of work. I had been troubled with constipation for several years before I contracted influenza." "Well of course, I tried several different kinds of medicines for my troubles but about the only results I Rot from them were bills. It seemed that nothing would do me any good. Finally I Rot a bottle of Trutona and began taking it. To make a long story short, today I'm free from constipation. In addition to this 1 feel strong and rind I can do more work than I've been able to do for n long time. That's why I recommend Trutona." Just as Mrs. Franklin did, thousands of people have found Trutona to be everything that is claimed for it as a reconstructive agency systom purifier and body invigornnt as well ns nn unsurpassed combatant for stomach, liver and bowel troubles, ncrvouines, sleeplessness, loss of and the like. Trutona is sold In Lancaster, at McRoberts Drug Store. ts MoRoberts Drug Store BUCKEYE Preaching Sunday at 11 A. M. W. M. S. met Thursday P. M. Mr. Hiram Ray led the meeting. Mr. Curtis Pierce was a guest of iMr. and Mrs. Charlie Grow Sunday. Mr. and Mr.'S. N. Morford and Miss Vlrgie Watts were in Nicholas-vill- e Monday. Mr. J. M. Mitchell of Hurnside was n guest of Mr. Hiram Rny from Fri- day until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and son and Mr. Hirnm Cater were in New Orlesns Trees. Nicholasville Sunday. I'nlnis and pine trv grmr side by sldo In New Orleans. Mr. S. N. Morford will go to Louis ville Friday to spend a few days with ( his son, Thomas Morford. Mrs. A. C. Miles and Mrs. Hubert Carter were guests of Mrs. Taylor near Dryantsvillc Monday, CURES Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw, X.kl.f wwer nr.. gl DPCP Mr. T. O. Hill and Miss Linda Locker j rrtTt.t. sii vrv& uj (tUnfcora. ckol.ct. islitcwio spent Saturday in Danville. wkr cklck wm.. Um UJr e rrrve.t duriM m Mr. font rfttcl,. Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Misses Chris-tin- e t 11 OU. till tO Small II SO. At drvitiM.. or Mtt bt liul Virgia Watts and ForMorford, upo rxrict tl pot. J rest Noel spent Thursday in Danville. QMticMtr Ou ta-- 0 Utiati, rj, Miss Bernice Droatldus entertained) HASELDEN BROS. several of her friends Saturday evening it being her seventeenth birthday. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Miles spent from Thursday until Sunday with friends nnd relatives in Nicholasville and Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. L. L, Sanders nnd son of Crab Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. George Ray and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Curtis and family of and Mr. Noel Rogic nnd Miss Frnncis Bogie of JLirksbury were guests of Mr. Hirnm Ray nnd family Sunday. le Mrs. Jehn Drown, of Louisville hat returned after n visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J (i. Ilunside. ITillou-- I Cccilipstion, Sick Headache, Misses Imbelbi and I.eola I'arsen dcm. IlWin1, Sour Stomach, Gai no spent the week end with their grandStomach, lUd llrcath - yii will had the parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tatem. nolbmjt relief man lout menus ph)iic Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Payne were the guests of hU stMrr, Mrs. Walker FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS Gafney Saturday night and Sunday. Never dii.ppoinl. Take one toni(bt Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Mitchell nnd aad leel better in die morning. little daughter. Anna Catherine, were S.o Ante.lo True Totey Ceil 'Cik.rtv TiM.ii b.tr. mm '? be! Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hammaek ami the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. linn,. I .... I,,, i.k.n i.J I irronoxod lS.a (or cotiup.uvo aJ U.M.tm." family spent Frtdny night in Rich- Mitchell Sunday. McRoberts Drug Store. mond. Mr nnd Mrs, J. C. Morgan and atMr. and Mrs. R. M. McQuerry tractive little daughter were the POINT LEAVELL. spent Saturday with Mr. ami Mrs. L guests of her mother, Mrs. J. J. ' W. McQuerry. Miss Elsie May Gastinenu is ill. Thompson, Sunday. For Indigestion ).(, Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Tattsni spent Sunday with Mrs. Clell Tatum. Miss Geldie- McQuerry Is teaching n subscription school at Unin. I Mrs. Church was the j guest of Mr. E. D. Cooley Tuesday. Meam Virgil DelHrvs ami EIHs Hell spent Sunday with Mi Grace Tatem. Mim ThelssM Tinier was the recent guest of her sister, Mrs . J. C. Hal. lard. - 1 J i Carry The Country With Cox ( One Drop Cox Can Win ileli-gute- a Cox Is Worthy Keruoerats )ou an asked In send drlegaten td the Natlnual ('omentum tntrurtcd to nominate a man who la worthy to alt II the White lloijie KentiH-k- 4 ttsrzr Kentucky IVmocralu, jou are aked I ntnrlsco to send to the Convention pledged lit iio:i nutf a man vim run win. ''l lour) ft, fc.ll-n.- That man la Jurtu M. ('x, tii vtm-o- r of Ohio. Here In a (umlliUte who reeord as u viKe-cette- r l knjva. lie turn been elected Three tl'i. (uverr.ur ut Ibe liurtually Itepublicau Htule f Oillti. Heetiil to Cencromi by Twlre Uv b.i iiniJorilla hht airuu: ipHililon. lie !: li'yi a winner In builneas, You an asked to uso tour Inrturnr for the nomination of a made man, one who penonllle the beat tradition of reil blooded AuierloalilMii. A man, who. on u farm, without fluorine iilllloti, hit rlvn from neMstiny and printer' "de!!" to r r. front to editor and puhliKhrr of two grunt lrn re-l-- rt(nrr ..,t. tw. I) lite. PLEASANT HILL. Mrs. Hobart Grow and baby are bolter Ht tli. writing. Friends are glad to know that Miss (i!:i l..s Ray is improving. Miss Vergelia Ray spent Sunduy w.'.h i.er aunt Mrs. Sim Ray. Msa Linda Prosten entertained sev- Tbere fkulil There hln hu h worlt mid courace. l uMthlng In bin record tlmi alMuile a single IVmorratl I THE UNIVERSAL CAR T!.c r.. Or.w Ti i True!: is serving bu5net jutt as faithfully- r..iJ economically as does the Fcni Touring Cr kh'c rJl the people fnithfuHy crj cconc mica!!y. The Ford Truck is a necessity to the groctr W:h i t delivering goodi ami in bringirg good front the stations, docks aad from the country. It U ta ideal rooter ctr lxcauK there isn't -. r.t cf the fanner or business man that it J :'t supply in the way cf quick transpurtjrii . - a minimum expense. Come in, examine the Yruifc, and let uj talk over the subject. - r eral of her friends Sunday, Mrs. Newt (Irow spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. Lige Bolton. Mr. and Mrs. John Ray entertained scleral of their friends Sunday. Mr Alvis Turner sf Indiana, I .siting friends and relatives in this icmty. Mrs. Dailcy Ray and family spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. A. R. Hurchell. M.m Nannie Mae Woods spent one day recently with Misses Leana and Pauline Uoker. ' Miss Myrtle Doolin was the pleas- laueh In his record that wll ewmmwi d iIwiiomikU of Independent Kfi Ltpol'llcun votes. H'.h HiHilurliy wus n big furtor In 111! In; the pivntnl Stnte of Ohio In tbe liemoerutlc ifllumn In HMO. ote Ohlo'i eieetiirul ure needed this year; he can swing them. What other candidate can i The I'ux Motemetil In Kentucky lit barked by citizens who see In the nomination of Governor Cox Democracy' ebanre for victory In State ami Nutlon. It In simply in effort to put Kentucky Demorrury behind the on man who can win In Novtmbsr und, to nurre, all factionalism should be avoided and representative Demo-miI'e-.fIn-uls m GOV. JAMES M. COX OF OHIO mull, uIhmmi iielchlMira, who know him toive enlled him three t mea In the hlrbiot oRlce In their ' A 'ate. -- !. A man whom no Inlere.ta hae ern uhle to awrne from what be condrred to he his vlln duty. A loan Mho adjust dlfTerrnrrs tween capital and labor without lo troops. A be- - keen business man Bern on 1870. a farm March 31, school Educated in country and high school. Worked as farmer boy, newsboy, printer's dtvil and reporter, Owns and publishes Dayton Dally Newa and Springfield Daily News. Elected to Congress and 1911. Elected Governor 1912, 1916 and 1918. "proflteerlnc la the result of condltlona earrylnt opportunity, if not preference, tn one Individual or rlasa over another" A normal American, neither reac tlonary nor radical, the kind of man who will restore normal conditions In a normal, American way, Such n man Is James M. Cox, the man who ran win. COX ho nj In 1901 HEADQUARTERS of Ohio In of character, Intelllicnct and should be elected as Haselden Bros Garage. bren established In Hooma. 1, and 3, The Seelbacli, Louisville, where IX'tuocraU who wnnt to see a winner nominated will be welcome. Come In, write or telephone. hate ant guest Tuesday night of her aunt, Mrs . Callie Ray. I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Pretton and family spent Saturday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. Huke Preston. I Mrs. Sim Ray returned home Wed- Send Cox Delegates to the State Convention Democrats, If you want winner as your Presidential candidate, If you want to see Democracy trlum. at at 2 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, May 1, and vot for phant, attend the mass convention In your county delegate who will Insist en a Cox delegation to the San I'ranclaco Convention. Women, who will cast their vote conventions. In November, are 1 r-T-fr" . nesday ufter several days stay with her son, Mr. Ira Ray of Danville. Miss Vergelia Ray was the guest Saturday of Miss Agnes Ray and attended preaching Saturday night. entitled to representation and are urged to attend these 0 Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday April 22, 1920 Cracks at Creation. HUFMOBILE "THE ECONOMY CAR if So named bocaune it tmcn lew Knsolinc and oil than any car on the market. Would be planned to Demonstrate nnd prove to you its Rood pointA and hill climbing nbillticH. Europe It working overtime, wltji everybody telling everybody elic what to do. SOIL EROSION ON SLOPING TRACTS Steeper Tnan 15 De- Energy nnd thrift will accomplish ninny thing, provided common sense No Slope hold the rcim. It mny ho thnt It take n thief to catch a thief, but it takes a wlte man to cntch'em both. Some men never know enough to let good enough alone. That' the grees Should Be Cleared lor Best Cultivation. TO PREVENT J. E. ELMORE AGENT FOR GARRARD and LINCOLN COUNTIES Wedding HAW I SERIOUS Invitations ronton they alwnyt have more. There li plenty of goodness in this One of the Most Effective Methods cf Thwarting Soil Washing Is by world. Hut the trouble is each mnn Terracing Stops Washing Away thinks he has a corner on the crop. of Land on Hillsides. Why should wo go to Paris for our styles in dress? The American woman I Prepared by the Untied Htatei Depart ment of Agriculture.) is adornment enough for any gown. The fanner who clearThey say It takes nine tailors to ing n wooded tract which Is more or uneven In character should make make n man. Hut woman, of course, Is so perfect no tailoring Is required. sure tlint. If cleared, It will not suffer from erosion. How strep n slop,' of It Is possible, even now, to work wooded land can safely be rlenred largely on the Jag. fur fnnntng up n good fashioned Imagination mnkes a bully lubstitute. charnrter of the soil. It linn often been said that no Mope stoecr than Yes, we arc all a day older than 1.1 degree should lip cleared and, in n we were at this time yesterday. Hut general rule, this probably bold good. I some of us hate like sin to admit it. Inn out, not Infrequently slopex of less than 1.1 degree shmv serious eroHard times arc In store for the edi sion under ciiltUatlon. while ocrnslot.-allother) of 20 degrees nml more torial writer. If old Cnrrnnzn petthey will have to find another idiow no serinu results. The (pips ers out tlou, therefore. one that must goat for their hot shots. settled for mill locnllty, or own for A local Solomon nsscrs lb.it a each tract. In Cats of Doubt. philorpher learns to take things as Usually the fanner who Is In doubt thry come. Possibly so, but the w'c can Unci In the trinity u piece- of ' man goes out and gets them. cleared lnnd similar In charnrter to Just note, will you, how cheerful- his own. and can Judge his problem h ly dad pays the household bills these the condition of tho clenml nren. In dayr. He's becoming both a Solom-- , case of doubt, the safest coure l to leave Die land uncleared, according to on and a ninrtyrin his old age. the forest service. I Some ertnlon inut bo expected on In Washington they are telling the or go nil sloping land cleared for cultivation, .country it mutt economize wliero the tract Is renlly suitable busted. Good scheme, provide) the but fanning, however, the eroMon can for reformation begins in Washington. conti-rnphiti'- s li! more than a wetMIng InvttstlonT fnr.t 1'ertslMy It Is not a in em mechanical product to be peddled Broun J to the cheapest Milder. Cheap finery is generally disappointing. Our work Is easily within n every reach and we. hsvo correct samples and every purm. lt oce-do- COME To Sunday School and stay to Church on DAY lit louis villi; Mf. Kn'irtycn.and .Stationer g dc-n- Complete line of Samples The Central Record Office. at MAY 2nd. 19 2 0. KENTUCKY SUNDAY II SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, ll llf Incorporated. JMI ' DEE 3 CLJ - This country Is divided on the sub- -' Jcct of universal military training. Some favor It, some oppose it, some don't know what they want, nnd others don't care. And between the bunch of them our poor old star spangled Uncle is having a deuce of a time, trying to spraddle four ways at once with only one pair of legs. Tastes snd Odoit ot Wood. Though iiiok) mi iVi American uoods nre without prtMouiicul odur or taste American Forestry not en Hint wood of the Inurel family, mcli n sassafras and Cnllfornln laurel or myrtle. Iinvo a distinct spicy odor nml taste. I'ort Oxford ccdnr has u tery spicy, resinous odor; other cedars, epeclnlly pencil ccdnr or Juniper, n inoro aromatic odor. Hemlock tins n slightly sour odor, while cypress Is somewhat rancid. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. ( Olllce Phone 18 Residence i'lioue 33. There is one udvnntage in being only a naturalized American citizen., One doesn't hnve to sacrifice himself on the presidentnl alter of his country. This town is full of brains. What it needs is n little more coordnation ' nnd cohesivunets. Ilrnins produce wisdom only when they are employed to advuntage. z Kentucky. m get rich WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. nut once mid thnt n wan couh by nttending strictly to Ini His own buslnoss, we pre. business. sume, would consist of annexing the other fellow's business. A THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Results Prom Clearing Land of Too Steep Slope. u You can sometimes call a man thief in private lifcund get away tie reduced stitlUlcntly to prevent sewith it, but the moment such on ac- rious hnnn. The grneral prlnHple to cusation appears in cold type he rush ! kept In mind Is to prevent surface , ax far as io.lble. Wnter that es for a shotgun or a lawyer. Ahd I absorbed by the soil not only niues this demonstrates conclusively the n enlon but IncrciiM- -i the supply power of the press. of ground water, diminishes drmiKht, feed the streams and mnliilnlns a stendy flow In adjoining streams. Terracing Is Effective. The people of Ireland want independence. They have been wanting of One of tho most effective1 methods preventing enlnn on sloping culIndependence for many years, but tivated Innd Is terracing, n subject they have been unable to throw off well worth special Investigation by the the Hrltish yoke. fnnncr ubn wishes to till sloping Now they have n good sized rebel- tracts nnd nt tho same time keep the lion on hand, and nre endeavoring gootj soil on tho upper nren from beto make of themselves a free nation. ing washed down the hillside. They have what they call tho Irish TIMBER republic, with n president who spends VALUE OF WOOD-LO- T his time in America soliciting finanFarmer Should Familiarize Himself cial aid for their cause. With Products Big Losses Can Wlillc'ho is doing this England is -nin-off- If we listen to their own dulcet warblings, the presidential campaign is all over except the rejoicing. They wilt all he elected and there'll be no one left to do the weeping. Dad Erosion 1 1920 SEASON 1920 Don't Like Their Yoke. Star Chester, 6470 IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER, 6470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1920, AT MY FARM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY., AND NEAR McCREARY, AT $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL Capitol A. $50,000. , Surplus i30,000. n. PENNY, President. J. E. STOKMES. VIcc-rrctS. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. DENNY, Cathler J. It. HARMS, Individual Bookkeeper. HUOII MOni.KY, General a Uook-Keepe- r. G. U. S C. WE SOLICIT YOUR IIU3INESS. Swincbroad, Alex It, Denny, J. II. Toiey, J. E. Stormes, Denny, A. T. Sander. Pr. V. M. Elliott, Director MUMaHMMWHHemaMHMMHMMHI ! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. The way of tho SAFE it the way of the dollar. It iw no gamble. It is a aure thing. Follow the course of wisdom and place tome of your earning into safe keeping in the substantial banking: system of this community. Get a book today. Get the saving habit with it. duty-doin- The SAFE Wtiy g spreading a cordon of steel uround the disaffected districts and rules with the bayonet. There was a time when we wore the Uritish yoke, nnd were ruled by a Uritish king supported by Uritith guns, nnd chnfted. llut thanks to General Washington and n few others we no longer wear it. Now we are a great country, because we nre not wearing the yoke of any other country. The ox is contented with its yoke. It plods along. It never does anything but plod and pull heavy burdens for its master. Hut people urc not oxen. To them the yoke is gnlllng. It stifles their pride and creates n spirit of rebellion, and where rebellion exlstcs prosperity is not of tho best. The trouble with Ireland is that she sends too ninny of her best sons over here for her own good. Hut we can not blame the tons for preferring American independence to Uritish yokedom. Be Prevented. (Prepared by the, United Elates Department ot Agriculture ) Lack of fuinlllnrlty with the business of timber selling usually puts the owner of a small woodland at a disadvantage, and In tnnny regions material from the wood lot Is sold considerably los than Its real value. Tho losi to the fanners Is, In tho nggregate, very large. In order to slop this toss. It Is necessary that the farmer Informs himself about the different kinds of grades products, tho method of of wood-lo- t esttmatlug and measuring them mid ascertaining their value, the methods of selling, the mark In, and the current market price. Kpeclnlly does be need reliable Information about the amount nnd real vuliie of his standing limber nnd the location of good markets. Fanners' Hulk tin "IS. which mny be had free, contains detailed Information on these ptiliitx, GRAIN I believe I am offering n horse with richer blood lins than nny Sudule Stallion standing nt three times the fee. He hni for his sire Champion Uourbon Stnr, who won in more classes than any horse in Kentucky during his show career. Uourbon Stnr was tired by Bourbon King, he by Bourbon Chief and so on down through the Chief family. STAR CHESTER, (1470, by Uourbon Star, 2912, he by Bourbon King, 17;, he by Uourbon Chief, 970. Uourbon Stnr't dum Ella Rodman, 2244, by Chester Dare 10. STAR CHESTER'S dam wat Ermine Dnre. S339, by Bare Devil, 1970, by Chester Dare 10. Second dnm Daughter, by Chesttr Dnre, 10. Ytiu can rendily tec I am offering the blood which it in our greatest Champion Saddle Hones of the day. Will also at the same time nnd place stand two good jacks. Chief Napoleon, 5107 , WILL STAND AT $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. 25.00 FOR JENNET. Chief N'npoleen, 5107, has proven himself to be a good Jtnatt Jack. Finis Napoleon, AT $10.00 TO INSURE. He is 15 H hands high, yellow with white pelnU, big bene and body nnd tine head and cart. At I am standing two geod Jacks this yur, I will give tke fanner a chance to breed their stock at a reasonable low fee. I will retain a lien on all colts until teuton money Is paid. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits Insurance and mutt be puid at once. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. All my stock will be in charge of my brother, Eugene Urndihaw, at my home place where they were last year. t s I t DESTROYED BY FIRES Considerable Avoid tPrerared Amount Lett Each Year Placing Number of 6tack In Small Space. F. Hudson. I'reildent. J. J. Walker, L, G. Davidson, Cushtcr. W. O. Rlgney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Wm. P. Miller, Teller. Mr. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. H. England nUo sends many of her bett tons ovcFsJo us, and they like It, They make excellent citizens, nnd to do the Irish. We welcome them nil, for they help to make ut a bigger, n better nnd a greater country. Hut if all the Irish in America were back on the Emerald Isle, England might he up against a ttiff proposition in crushing out the Irish rebel, lion much ttlffer than the yoke she hat on her hands today. by the. I'nlied Elates Depart-men- t of Agriculture.) A considerable unount of grain In , the Held Is lost each year by fires which reach the slocks through dry Flrv stubble or through lightning. protection demands that a large nutnher of stacks should not be placed In M a small space and that each gmup ol t stacks be safeguarded by iuetin of ujj nreorcBtt. special precaution siiouiu be given at to preventing (brushing et. flues telling fire to train. - Walker Bradshaw. I'hone R. F. D. No. 3. 361-B- . LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April 22, 1920 v-9 More For Your -ALL-WOO- Money When you buy HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX CLOTHES you got more for your money beL Material 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 $60.00. 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. Copyright t919,HartSbi2ncriMin JAS. W. SMITH. HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Ijin-caste- CGY Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray and Mrs. Abe Hurton were recent guests of Mrs. Kcl'le Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Simpson spent Friday nlirlit with Mr. and Mrs. Ever-ctt- c Anderson. Mrs. Belle Simpson and daughter, Virginia, were in town Saturday afternoon hopping. Mrs. Amanda Cloute and daughter, Ethyl spent Sunday with Mrs. Hobert Whlttakcr. Mrs. I.ucy Murphy and ttauKhter, Hallie, spent Tuesday with her father, Mr. James Littrcll. Mrs. Delle Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Simpson motored to Lancaster Wednesday. Mrs. rattle Hurton had the misfortune to fall and sprain her nnkle seriously one day last week . Mis. Nellie Mitchell and children spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. A. McCulIah. r Mr. and Mrs. Everettc Anderson gloomy portals of the grave. The ! Mr. and Mrs. Huford Crow of nnd little son, O'Ncll were the week heart whese every beat measured an spent Saturdny and Sunday end guests of her parents, Mr. nnd eternity of kve t ferver still. To with her mother Mrs. Mary Clouse. .Mrs. Andrew Simpson. Mrs. James I. Sanders and little the mother and father and little baby Mr. and Mrs. Jeptha Onstott and brother we find no language adequate daughter Jnmea Charlotte, were the sen, and daughter, were the pleasant to expres our ymathy in this sad week end guests of her parents, Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dlllard Simp- hour of bereavement as words of con and Mrs. E. II. Ray at Teatersvllle. M4aa MailttlM fMill iTiadI fiimjAl dolence will net' alleviate their sorson Monday night for supper. row. We can only say lean en the (vtiri .Mr. ana .Mrs. ursntien lacker Mrs. Martha Meulton and Mr. nnd Mr. Louis Demlow have returned to everlasting arm that is nble te sup-pe- rt of Uurkeye. you. We feel that he is in a haptheir heme in Danville Illlitvis after WOLF TRAIL. several dayn visit with relatives here. pier world. Think of him in his heme of celestial bllfi, all radiant Andtnon. Mr. J4m Daltey has been Hi. with everlasting youth, never te grow Mrs. Allen Teater was en the sick Just as the sun was shedding its old. No care or sorrow will ever be transcendent rays over the beautiful his. He will live forever in the pres- list last week. spring day of April ICth 1920, the ence of Jesus and with the redeemed , Miss liert Dailey entertained seme Angel of death hovered its icy wings will hear songs of praise until one friend Sunday evening, over the home of Mr. Everette ami iIhv you will cross the River of Death i Utile Mine Haiel Davts vMted Miss I.ovie Anderson and took from them nd you willmeet the little one atQie Hattie II. Price recently. their little baby boy, James E., aged pearly gates nnd be welcomed home. Mis Jessie H. Ray returned heme The little one was laid to rest i.l two months and 17 days. The cause Sunday from Richmond. of his death was pneumonia. He Scotu Pork Church yard. Mr nnd Mrs. Hugh Meberley spent There will be Sunday school at was sick 12 days and suffered constantly from the beginning until the Scotts Fork every Sunday at 10 A. M. the week end with relatives. Mrs. Mow Ray was a visitor of end. Alas, he Is dead, his little hands every one invited to attend. Preach, Mrs James Matthews Tuesday. nre folded white and cold beneath the ing the second Sunday Maude Davis was a recent vis. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis. Miss Myrtle Teater was 'the guest ef Mrs. Elijah McMlllian Thursday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elijah McMlllian and sen spent the day Sunday with relatives. Mr and Mrs. Hemer Carman were with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stetts last Mi at the heme of iter of Mr. and Mrs, llur'er Davis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey and pret ty little daughter and Mr John M Murphy were Sunday guests of Mr ami Mrs. Robert Sowers. Mr. ami Mr. Powell Dailey. Misses week. Mr. John M. Murphy of Madison visited Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dailey re- cently. Mrs Jasper Matthews spent the day Sunday with bar parent. Mr. and Mr. Ilarve MtCulley. Mi Ilert Dailey was the gtlett ef Miss Myrtle Teater and Mrs. AHen Teater Saturday night. Mr Elmer Ray, Master Roland and Joe Ray were of Mr and Mrs. Uttis Stotta Monday night. Mr and Mrs. James Land, Mr. Coy Price and children were entertained vitrs Hon Dailey ami Myrtle Teater were entertained at dinner Sunday by Mr and Mrs. WMbrrt Dailey. Mrs. W. T. Meberley spent .last week with her daughter, Mrs. Pre I Howard. Mr. W. T. Meberley was alt i a guest Saturday night and Sunday Mr. and Mr. Me Ray and sons metered te Rivbmeml Saturday an J weie gtteeu ef Mr. and Mrs. Air brvae Calico until Sunday aftemoor Mrs. Abe Hurton had the misfor tune hut week ef falling and break ing one ef her limb and sprain rx her ankle. Her many friend wn her a speedy recovery Housefly Aots Rapidly, Tli ttouscdy fiU grown itxmt four weeks. La 0 AUCTION SALE OF TWO LANCASTER RESIDENCES One Combined Residence& Garage The eJoshua Mams Subdivision TO THE CITY OF DANVILLE. Saturday, May 1, TEN O'CLOCK. On Lancaster Pike via East Main and Atta Avenue. 140 ACRES. 5 AND 10 ACRE TRACTS WITH PRIVILEGE TO TAKE AS MANY ACRES AS YOU WANT AT SAME PRICE. One tract of 30 acres with improvements. Two story Eight room concrete Block Dwelling Two room concrete basement. Concrete Silo 16x45. Stock barn 60x100. Pure spring water in large concrete tanks. Most of this tract is virgin Blue grass sod. Tobacco land or an ideal dairy farm. All the small tracts have splendid frontage on pike with beautiful building sites. Immediate possession and easy terms. This land is fertile and sure to increase in value. BUY FOR A HOME, INVESTMENT OR SPECULATION Will be sold without reserve, d or limit and this means we "ALWAYS SELL" and just as advertised. Look it over. Don't fail to attend this sale. BRASS BAND DINNER. For further particulars see W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my offices at Danville, or by-bi- AT AUCTION ON DANVILLE STREET, CLOSE IN WE WILL SELL TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, SATURDAY, AT 2:30 P. M. The modern two story Brick Residence now owned and occupied by J. D. Gulley, also the combined residence and business property adjoining and a seven room two story frame residence on Crab Orchard Street. The OWNER LEAVING THE COUNTY and this property MUST BE SOLD, so look this property over and be on the ground promptly and you'll be a bidder. POSSESSION at once if desired to Danville Street property. A brief description of the owners residence. LOCATION Withina stones throw of the Park Square, opposite the Presbyterian Church and Government Building, some location. Reception Hall, Parlor, Dining Room, Kitchen, Living Room, IMPROVEMENTS Pantry, Lavatory, Large Glassed in and Screened back porch and cistern at door; Four Bed Rooms, Hall way and Bath on Second Floor. Can you beat it for a large family, for two small , families, or a boarding house. Lot extends to alleyway, with barn, sheds and other out buildings, and a dandy med-iusized garden. m " MAY 1st, 1920 after we will sell the adjoining lot with four room brick dwelling and long Auto Sales room, extending through to alleyway with service shop at rear with front and rear entrances. Just the place to house a young automobile business. Here is whero.the Lancaster Dodge agency started is temporarily and housed. POSSESSION to the above properties on or before May 10th, if desired. CRAB ORCHARD STREET RESIDENCE. Consists of a two story frame metal roof dwelling in good condition. Cistern. Liohts. and Outbuildings. Look this over for rent or for home. TERMS announced at sale. Remember this property is ABSOLUTELY IN OUR HANDS for sale and you make the price. m FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS CONSULT D. GULLEY, OR BRICK RESIDENCE AND AUTO SALES AND STORAGE BUILDING Immediately now SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. D. A. REAL ESTATE. Thomas J. R. Moorman LANCASTER. KENTUCKY.