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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 29, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920042901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 29, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Section One THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 29, 1920. OVER THE TOP Goes T 1C Pngefl Todny. NUMBER 7. THIRTY riRST TIAR HANDING IT TO (Editorial.) SCHOOL Jour-nn- ELECTION LAN-CAS- COL. FRANK L. RIPY BABY DAY THE COURIER. l GARRARD COUNTY Saturday, May 1st. TO THE VOTKHS OF THE SCHOOL EH GRADED tnkca of the n whack nt tho editor Courier Journal. After chanr-In- g Judgo HinKham with the defeat of tho Democrotlc ticket in Louisville latt year the Htate-mc"Anyhow, follows: there Is a suspicion nmonK the loyal Democrats that there is too much of n Gordlan knot binding the millionaire owner of tho C. J. and the millionaire owner of the Republican party in Kentucky together. Tom Rhea Rot in bad with Judge last fall UinKham.'s papers when he told thu sfmplu truth about A. T. Hurt, the Indiana immigrant who has taken over the Republican party of Kentucky by means of his barrel." The uncalled for attack at the time by Judge lllnghnm's papers upon a Democratic Sen. ntor is bringing forth resentment all over the Btate from democrats. II U sallies at Sun. ntor Stanley don't hurt bad the people generally believe that had the Senator offered him the seat in the U. S. Sonate made vacant by the death of the lamented Sonator Jamurf'ho would have at this time had a very different view of the Junior Senator. Be that as it may, the Democrats of Kentucky are not yet in the humor to take orders from Mr. IHngham, for It is still in the memory of the faithful democrats of the state that the Editor of the C. J. wan once a candidal upon the Republican ticket in Louisville forjudge of the Court of Appeals and was defeated and when Democratic leaders look so hideous to him, nil of us think he may be view-In- g them through his old republican specks. Cox of Ohio will get the Instructed vote nt the conventions Saturday and nil the vituperation of the Courier Journal and Times will have been for naught. In it Tuciulny'M Issues nt be-cau- se The Stanford Interior DISTRICT; The friends ami supporters tit W. S. Carrier, candidate for trustee In the Lancaster Graded School District, to succeed Henley V. Ilastln wish to call attention of the public that this election will be held next Saturday betwren the hours of one anil five i etock, and tru both men and worn-i- n nwer twent-nn- c years old who reside in this district have tho right to vote in this election. We furthci call attention ta the fact that Mr. Carrier is pledged to an economical administration ef the affairs of the school and is opposed to the further raising of taxes in the district unions it should becom absolutely necessary for the proper conduct of the school. And Is opposed to extending tin school boundary to a five mile limit as hat been proposed and talked of, nmj.1 in favor ef giving to the public information by publication of the rnanner and for what purposes the moneys of the district are being expended. Mr. Carrier also believes, In rotation in office, and favors tho election of a new trustee every year. We consider this an Important election since the recent agitation t extend the school district out Ave miles from the city and increase the taxes to pay the necessary expense to main-lai- n tho school under the conditions that such an extension would brinir about. The men and women of the district who are legal voters arc urged to come out next Saturday after, neon and vote for. Mr. Carrier. generous people of the town and country responded liberally to the uppeal of this great organization. The features of the day Included a concert in the Park by the Lancaster Hand, which was enjoyed by the great crowd; a short and stirring address by Judge Lewis Walker and the efforts of the following workers for the fund and it can be said that they are all prize winners Mr. W. n. Ilurton, Miss Shelby Mason, Mrs. Lewis Landram, Miss Katie Ilarnes Dickersor), Mis Minnie Mae Heblnson. Tho Salvation Greeted By Many Here At Christian Ghurch Must Do Her Share In Sunday School Next Army Drive. Last Monday. Reaching The FinanSunday. The Salvation Army Home SerFieht." DenUs It li A cial Goal For The vice Caniftalgn in Garrard County for Special exercises will mark funds to carry on it work In this Col. Frank I Ripy, of Lawrence-burSchool Day nt the Christian country proved to he a success as the Disciples' World Ky., candidate for the demo"W.t-Dr- r g, cratic nomination for Congress in this the Eighth District, was in Lancaster last Monday and was warmly greeted by his many admirers In this county and many who were here from adjoining counties. Col. Rlpy has a warm handshake for everyone, which is quite an asset, while mingling with the constituent of the district, this happy faculty ntone drawing many to him personally. D.nl.. Wet-Dr- y Although ing workers Paint Lick much to the I over the top tho followin the Ilrynntsvllle and districts Intend to add fund Saturday, May 1st. Miss Zlllah Dawes, Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mrs. Richard Drown, '.Mrs. II. Ilurton. Mrs. Ric y, Woods, Mr. Dave Her-veHarry' Francis and Mis Fannie Dewden. Mr. WE ARE READY And Anxious to Co-o- p erate. The city ef Lancaster sent a committee to Danville last week to see if it could elicit any Information en the question of the L. and X. Railroad coming into Danville. The Commit tee was composed of Messrs Fnrro, Joseph, Marksbury and Bastin, all live ones. They want the road to con tinue ever to Lancaster and Danville people all want this physical connec tion between the two places. Lancaster stands ready to do her part in every worthy movement and people of this character are the ones we want as our neighbors. Let both town and counties go in together and get this double track route. Danville Advocate. County Convention Next Saturday. If you are affiliated with the Democratic party or intend to espouse its cause, you should by all moM attend the democratic county convention here next Saturday. The mass convention will be held at the Court heuse and will be called to order by the county chairman at two o'clock. Garrard county U entitled to thirteen delegates, who will be chosen to attend the State convention which will be held In Louisville, next Tuesday, May 4th. Every democrat In the county See Mounts' ad for buggies nnd should be on hand and take n part In harness. this convention Saturday. Directors Meeting. A meeting of the director of the Currant Tobacco Warehouse Company Is called for Friday April 30th. and a full attendance of all directors Is earnestly urged. Good Cow Sale. The cow sale conducted by Pruner and Golnc. of Knoxvlllc, was one of the best held In the county in years. head were sold that About twenty-fivbrought an average of $140. n head. e Small Place Sells. The 104 acre tract belonging to Arthur Robinson and located on SleeU Ilrnnch, was told by Master Commissioner In front of the court house door last Monday and brought $1101.00. Mr. Thomas Ilourne was the purchaser. Stockholders Meeting. Every stockholder who has subscribed for stock in the Masonic Uuilding Association, are requested to meet in the ledge room of the order this evening at 7:30 o'clock. This is a very important meeting and all stockholders are urged to be present. Serious Charge. Hiram Wiley, indicted by the recent grand Jury for carnally knowing n woman under 10 year of age, was landed In the loeal jail last week, having been arrested ftt Indiana. Sheriff Walker soon had him apprehended ttnd went for Mm with the above result. Will Probated. The last will and testament of Mrs. Eliza A. Todd, was probated before Judge Stapp last Monday. It was dated February 27th, 1019. and in it she ask that after all just debts are paid that her personal and real property be sold and money divided between her children and the legal heirs of deceased children. Mr. J. L. Gay of Berea, is made executor and gives, him the right to conr real estate. vey title U all-lit- Taking of the Lancaster Graded and High School census has just beon 401 pupils Sunday Is the annual GO TO SUN- completed and shows within the district in the school age. DAY SCHOOL DAY, and a special is an increase of about 25 since service has been arranged for the This last years census was taken. day. It is expected that ever)' member of our S. S. and church will be A present for this service, which will begin promptly ,at 10 o'clock. The celebration of the seventy-secon- d The program consists of special birthday last Sunday of Mrs. songs and talks, reading of, the G. It. Adlrinson, at her home, was one Church Covenant, and a roll-caof of the happiest event of the season members. The church building is In that neighborhood. being especially decorated for the This dear lady Is the mother of service, and we assure all of our seventeen children, eleven of whom members that this is going to be one are living and all married. Only of the most interesting, most help-ful- l, three out of the eleven were absent, and jnost Important services we those being, Mrs. Mitch Lane of have ever had. We are expecting nnd her two sons living in C. D. Strothor, all of you. Adkinsori is the Mrs. Missouri. grand-mothe- r of 54 children, twenty Miss Hays Now of them being present last Sunday. Those who were present nnd enjoyed so thoroughly the delightful ocMIm Emma Hays, whose appoint- casion were: Mr. and Mrs. Wiley ment as postmaster for Stanford was Prtwitt, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Long, told of in these columns some weeks Mr. and Mrs. Grover Huffman, Mr. ago, received her commission Thurs- nnd Mrs. David Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. day and this morning she took charge Thomps Ilroaddus, Mrs. Kice Logan, of the office. Postmaster George L. Mr. Vernon Jones, Mr. J. II. Posey, Penny having transferred the bust-no- Mrs. Howard Logan, Mr. and Mrs. to her at a late hour last night. Andy Huffman, Mr. M. C Jones, Mr. The Interior Journal, while congratu- Taylor Lane, Misses Grave and Lillic lating Miss Hays on entering upon V. Lane and Master Arble Kay, A delightful dinner was served the her Important work, regrets to see Mr. Penny go out. He has made n welcome guests and' all left wishing most accommodating official and has for the mother many mere such happy placed this paper and IU editor under birthdays. lasting obligations ta him. There will likely change In the WARNING. personnel of the office feree, but We want to warn our friends of about that tfcis paper will tell later. tho approaching danger of a coal Interior Journal. shortage. Should we have a summer strike, .which these wlu ought to Model Subdivision know, think we will together with O, T. Wallace and Company ef the shortage of cars, wo would go inLexington, are advertising in this Is- to next winter bare of coal. We sue the sale ef about 40 lots that will urge you to buy at once your winter be offered the hungry public on May coal and not wait until July or Aug10th. The lot will be in a subdivi- ust as you have been doing, for we sion of the Dickeraen property on Hill believe you will be unable to get it Court, where there lies about ten nt that time, and If you do, It Is our acres admlrab'y located and Ideally opinion will be higher. situated for some choice building This may not appeal to you comlot. Lots of this character are In ing from a dealer, but when fall and much demand In Lancaster and we winter come and you can not get predict thaUhe bidding will be spirit- coal don't blamo us for not having ed. CoL W. II. Mathews of Greens-bor- warned you. Wt believe what we N. G., will be on the block that have stated to be true and In stronger day. Music and souvenir will also terms than w have stated It. flow freely on that day. Prepare to Very truly, attend. Garrard Milling Co. It. Special Service School Census. At Baptist Church Happy Birthday. ll Not until he reached Lancaster, had he read the article In tho Lexington Leader, which article claims that the fight for the democratic fight and nomination Is a wet-dr- y that Col. Rlpy Is to take the wet end of it. When shown the article by a rep. rcsentative of the Record, Col. Rlpy denied most emphatically that it is to be such.an issue and at the same time denied most vigorously, that he has ever made the statement, "that he is for amendment or repeal of the Volstead prohibition law, so as to permit the manufacture and sale of To the Citizens of Lanlight wine and beer." "The liquor question" said Col. Rlpy, "has been Ky. settled by Federal Amendment and Is net nn Issue In this race and if brought into it will be without my Honorable Mayor, City Council and People of Lancaster, Ky: consent or approval." Whereas, the franchise now held by us is void bv reason of belnir In con Ex-Servi- ce Men flict 4.1th the State Constitution, and Whereas, we have no franchise for operating our plant in the City of Next Thursday night the Cth of Lancaster, Ky., because the same is May will be the next regular meeting void as aforesaid, the City Council of night of the American Legion to be the City of Lancaster, Ky., and the held at the Police Court Room in Lan public generally are hereby notified caster, Ky., promptly at 7:30 P. I, that we will oruAugust 1st, 1020, or This will be a very important meet as soon thereafter as practical, move ing and all men are asked all our poles and electrical equipment to come, if you are not a member from the streets of the city of IJin you can join this very night. caster, Ky. The American Legion is one of tho This notice Is given ns a legal no strongest organizations ever formed ticc, as we understand that reason and is gaining strength right along. able notice must be given before we Show your friends that you are 100 can remove said property and dls per cent American, by being a continue said plant. Legionalre. We are willing to do anything we Remember this that no SLACKER, can to with the city in se DRAFT EVADER, or man who has curing a franchise for the purpose of received a DISHONORABLE DIS- furnishing electric light and power to CHARGE Is eligible to this organiza- the citizens of the city, but we can tion. not continue it further without ex If you Mr. Service Man was in the pensive additional equipment, and service of your Country while your this we can not do at the present FRIENDS stayed at home show them rates, and without a legal franchise what you are and what you stand for protecting us in our rights. by being a member of the American Done this April 26th. 1920. Legion. Respectfully submitted, Remember the Legion of this Post BASTIN BROTHERS. meet Thursday night. May Cth, 1920 By H. V. Bastin. at 7:30 P. M. promptly, nt the Police Court Room In Lancaster. Opens LEGIONAIRES bring an man with you . ' Respectfully, Next Monday, Judge Ralph GilHeldal San ford Post No. 35. bert, will open his campaign in Fliht Sunday School next Sunday. That day will be Raby Day the lime when the mother and fathers of all the babies on the Cradle Roll are asked to bring the babies to Sunday School. In celebration of the baby guests special songs, etc by the pupils of the Reginncrs' and Primary Department will be given under the elficiertt lead, ership of Mrs. L. G. Davidson, the Primary Superintendent. Little children singing songs about a real baby in a real cradle will make a beautiful scene. All Cradle Roll parents are urged to bring their babies without fail. A hearty welcome will also be extended to nil others who may come. Visitors will find classes for nil and competent teacher. Come next Sunday. Help that much In a good thing even IX you do not' come any more. Rut it would be far better to come then and then keep on coming. Here's hoping you will do the latter. Movement. Drive Begins May 9th. The Disciples' World Movement is gaining momentum with the passing of the weeks. Interest in the Movement hns been manifested from the beginning. Enthusiasm is now being aroused; and ns the time for the great drive draws near confidence grow apnee. The task is large, even Herculean, and the time for preparation has been only too short; but the seemingly impossible has been accomplished many times within the last few years. TJiere Is, therefore, no occasion for discouragement in this case. The Disciples were pioneers among religious bodies in asking millions for the Master. Their Men and Millions Movement was the first of it kind. But the other religious bodies since then have set far larger goal and have reached them finely. The Disciples are in fact about the last of the great religious communions to formulate and start an adequate Post-WProgram. Their goal, In a financial way, is Sixty Millions (GO.000,000) within the next five year for missionary, benevolent and educational purposes. Of this amount Kentucky hns been asked to raise Six Million ($0,000,-000- ) or $1,200,000 a year for five years. This amount will be divided 0 between the general missionary and benevolent interests and the educational work, except when designations are made by the donors. It may seem to many that the amount asked is large and the time for preparation altogether too short. It Is conceded that this is all true. But in this connection it must be' remembered that the exigency among the Disciples is such that something muit be done before another year passes; but if anything is done this year It must be done this spring; for the presidential campaign comes on in the fall and Disciples are interested in politic a well a other folk. It is true also that it is not always well to mix politics and religion. But It may be asked: What Is the urgency? The answer can be given in a few word. The cost of operation of orphanages, homes for the aged etc, has increased as has the cost of living generally. The cost of missionary work at home and abroad has increased enormously within the last few years. Larger offerings must be made or the work will have perforce to be grest-l- y curtailed and many missionaries called home. That would be unthinkable In view of the needs of the world and the opportunities for service with which the church I confronted in America and over the whole world. The situation among the educational institutions of the Disciples is even more distressing. A shortage of religious leader exists. The colleges are fundamental to the preparation of leaders. But colleges are dependent almost altogether on the income from endowments for the expenses of operation. The rate of interest on endowment funds, however, has not Increased since tho war. Everything else has increased many fold: the cost of operation and the living expenses ef the professor. Add to the nbove conditions tho fact that Disciple colleges are very inadequately endowed. nnd it will be realized that something heroic must bo done or many Disciple colleges will have to close their door. Similar condition prevail very largely among all other religious bod-Thi why these other relig-ieu- s people have put on the4r great forward movement and have reached their financial goal so enthusiastically. It Is believed that like sueces will eome to the Disciples and espeoally that Garrard County will do her part and do it joyfully. A good organization has been effected in this county. James A. Beailey I County Director. Campaign Manager for each congregation have been chosen In practically every, congregation. Minute Men will be selected and sent Into every congregation and Sunday SchooL Canvassing Teams will be chosen and drilled for their work. And it it confidently believed that by the end of the week of the Drive, May Garrard's quota will be raised If not exceeded. ar 60-6at 6, NOTICE caster, Attention. Gilbert Campaign. g, Postmaster. es a, for the Democratic nominaBuiclc Company tion for Congress from this district. He be Consolidates. on asks that both of hi opponent will hand and a division of time We regret to announce that Mr. L. be granted them. II. Conn has decided to move back to Serious Danville, having bought nn interest in the Danville Iluick Company, which The paper situation is in such a he recently sold, and later moved condition at present, it has the newswith his family to this city. The paper publisher up in the nlr, and it Danville Messenger in tolling of the begins to look as if some of us will consolidation, says: be out of business, if the conditions "Of course Mr. Conn will continue are not relieved soon. The Record to sell the Buick car. With Messrs, sent in an order for two ton of news L. F. Steele nnd Roy Anderson, who print last week, to one of the largest have already established n reputa house in tho country and, their retion for square dealings, he will in ply was anything but encouraging, corporate. Mr. Conn will have charge saying they had not one bit of news of the garage and service department, iir stock and no prospects of any beMr. Steelo will be sales manager and fore July 1st. It Is no longer a quesMr. Anderson will be office mana- tion of priee but its a question of ger. They will devote much of their getting the paper. We may be forced effort to the Ilulok car and will soon to cut down our paper to an tho service department by in- eight page on and ask the indulgence creasing tho supply of part and re- of our patron and advertisers, until pair. Their territory will be Uoyle, we can got relief. The current Lincoln and Garrard counties. They price new Is 15 rent n pound, while will also sell the Franklin ear and only a few year ago it wm bought Reo trucks. The business will con- for two cent a pound. tinue a the Danville Duick Company, The American government and nnd with such men nt the helm as L. 11. Conn, L. F. Steele and Roy Anderprivate banker have extended credson their business should grow as the it to European countrie amounting proverbial green bay tree. Really, to about eighteen billion dollar. And congress say it docs!? I know how It their success is already assured." I going to raise tho money to pay a small bonus to our former service New men. In this issue will be found the adIn the good old days a man did a vertisement of Aldridge and Marsee, composed of Roger Aldridge and Will day' work and received a day' pay, Marsee, who have just formed a part and went home and enjoyed himself nership and will do business at the until work time the next day. But Central Garage. These are both not so today. A fellow doe half a popular boy and are handling some dav' work, collect one or two day popular cars, which they will be pleat j pay, and spends the rest of his time more ed to show you at any time. Give wondering now ne can man and do leu. them a calL Situation. o Firm. The Ceritral Record. Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday April 29, WHAT THE Salvation 1 920 IS DONE WITH QUERY HONEY? Army Shows How Mere Than $14,000,000 Is Sptnt Annu. ally In the Unlttd States. The Home of John Deere Farming Implements. GOODLOE & WALKER Watch The Reds. The Influence which the disloyal elements of our population will have in the Republican Natlonnl Convcn-tlo- n at Chicago is a fact that should not escape notice from patriotic citizens. A few weeks ago in the primaries in the state of Wisconsin there was a sharp contest within the Republican Party between the facand the tions of that party. Doth sides had a full list of delegates as candidates and the result was an overwhelming victory for the LaFollettc supporters. This means that the entire state delegation of Wisconsin to the Republican Nalonal Convention will be under the control of Senator LaFolIette and will be held as a pawn in his hands for such use as he may see fit to make of it. Last week In the primaries in Illinois while Governor Lowden carried the state overwhelm-- ! ingly, Mayer Thompson won out In the fight for control of the fifteen delegates from the city of Chicago and those delegates will be voted by him at the Republican National Convention. The control of approximately fifty delegates by LaFollettc, the slacfcar of the United States Senate, and Mayor Thompson, the chief executive of the "sixth German city in the world," is n matter whose importance is not to be underestimated. Fifty delegates may turn the tide fer some cantlidae at Chicago and it may easily develop that the nominee of that Convention may owe his nomination to these two near traitors. te second Home Sorvlco Campaign which will reach Its culmination during the when the drive will period May be fully on. It Is n legitimate qurvtlon and one which the officers of this great orxanl- ration are eager to answer because It shows tho splendid work done. According to the official financial audit Jnst made public at the national headquarters In New York City, there had been spent to January 31, 1(C0, more than $13,000,000, with a remainder on band for the four month to May 31 of over $000,000. Nearly a million and a hair dollar were spent to maintain tho 039 corps of the Army In all parts of the United State. Tula wa for rental of halts, etc, work for chltdrrn and young people, cost of local relief and Incidental expenses, stationery, etc, and otlleers' salaries. This last was not so larg an Item as might be expected a not a single officer In tho Salvation Army ' has a salary sufficiently large to call for the payment of an Income tax. t Another million and a half was spent by 31 provincial and divisional headquarter for fresh air farms aud camps, special relief work, etc Nearly 1200,000 was used for maintaining 23 rescue hotum and maternity hospitals, a general hospital and one for children, three children' home and 11 slum settlements and nurseries and ' $100,000 for the peuslon fund for agod Ky. ' or disabled officer. BROS., The Salvation Army believe In payI ing Its debt as quickly as possible. to the were in Danville ehopping Monday. During the year mortgage amount of nearly $2,000,000 were paid Thursday off. Miss Inez Ray spent night with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lay- To show bow fast the work of the Salvation Army Is developing. It l ton of Guy. only necessary to pelnt to the fact that Mr. and Mrs. Murphy of Madison over $7,000,000 was spent on new buildweek end guests of Mr. and ing during the year were Mrs. Emmit Long. 10-2- 0 i I "What Is done with the monejT That Is one of Hie first questions pat to workers In (he Mulratlon Army's 175 ACRES Land Good IMPROVED SUBDIVIDED Sandstone WELL AT AUCTION Saturday, May 8th, Farms. LOCATED 1-4 Mc-Crear- TEN A.M. On the promises, (subdivided to suit), the Robert and Jesse Gul ley y, Lancaster, In old Garrard's famous sand stone section, at mile east of the Buckeye turnpike, on both sides of good level d county road leading thereto. The county road and travel ed by autos at all seasons. IMPROVEMENTS One dandy six room frame dwelling, one log smaller box house, One four room two story frame weather-boarde- d house, One small stock barn, One largo newly built stock barn, box stalls and floored loft, One eight acre tobacco barn, One large frame silo, all ap propriately distributed with fine view from main set of buildings. These tracts subdivided into numerous fields and lots with best of fence, everlasting water on each tract when subdivided. rock-bedde- beat. That those tract have boon under the Mima Komi care and ownership for many yearn; That LOCATION, IMPROVEMENTS, QUALITY and LAY of land take rank nmonir the That the chances arc, you will pay moro for the mm or Jlko trmeta thin fall, and that will chance hands this day at the last bid ami yon Imy what you want and see what BEAR IN MIND THESE FACTS: TEATERSVILLE. Miss Kate Warren Margie Ray, ercently. Mr. G. W. Thompson of Bourne was with Mrs. Wesley King a few days the past week. Mr. Cecil Myers of Nlcholaiville was the recent visitor of his cousins, Mines Irene and Lucille Grow. Mr. E. P. Grow and family and Miss Pcachle Mac Sanders were visitors in Klcholasville last Monday. Mrs. Charles Zanone and attractive children of Lancaster spent the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lnyton. Mesdames Rosa Shearer and Minnie Bregle of Bryantsvlllc wero visitors ef Mr. and Mrs. Elbha Forbee the past week. Misses RetA and Ines Ray, Messrs Ernest Christman and John Edd Lay-to- n were entertained nt dinner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Webb Kclley of Nina. Mrs. Tllden Hoover and daughter Willie Belle, Mrs. Otto Simpson and daughter, Juanita visited relatives in Nlcholaiville and Lexington several days last week. Mrs. Mary A. Sandetrs entertained the following nt dinner Sunday. Mr. Cronley Broaddus and family and Mn. Beatrice Johnson and children of Lancaster, Mr. Tom Hieks and family, Mr. Henry Montgomery and family of Bourne. AMERICAN LEGION HEAD GIVES BOOST Says Soldiers you are getting. LAST BUT NOT LEAST: This sale will last but one hour, so look tho farms over before Ha ad and be en promiso promptly sale day. For furthor particulars ev Jeswe W. Gulloy on the prumleos or D. A. Thomas, Lancaster, Ky. TERMS LIBERAL AND ANNOUNCED AT SALE. thoe tracts Wr Strong For th Salvation Army In France During the War and Since. AM nOURNE, visited Mlt Mr. E. B. Ray was In Lexington several days the pAit week. Mr. Tllden Hoover purchased a ew from Tennessee parties price I ISO. Mrs. E. B. Ray and daughter, Rosa True Beauty. lUxiuty can afford to laugh nt tinction: It Is llMlf tho grcNteit tinction. C. N. Iluvtw. disdis- Spanish Women Skilled In Dance. ; The women irf tttmlri art) generall; l tilth IuiIul tlu liMt of any woibvii In lite wurlit ilinn For Sale WE HAVE SOME UNUSUAL BARGAINS IN USED AUTOMOBILES. Buick touring car 1917 model only been run 7500 miles, rear tires new, front tires have been run 2500 miles, one extra tire, motor and all bearings and working parts in first class condition, fenders and upholstering; excellent condition. This car is a bargain for some one. We make the prico right. Call or phone us, we also have some splendid bargains in used Ford Touring and Chevrolet cars. Look these cars over and be convinced of their worth. We guarantee all used cars we put out to be in first class running order. No organization that saw service In the with the American soldier great world war I dearer to the hearts of the men than the Salvation Army, according to Franklin D'Oller, National Commander of the American Legion. In a recent statement regarding the Salvation Army's second noma Service Fund campaign, May Commander D'Oller said: "The American people owe a great debt of gratitude to the Salvation Army, and Just how great this debt Is they have only to ask their suns, brothers and husband who faced death In the trenches on the battlefields of Franc. livery man wbo wore tho American uniform Is fully aware of tho manner In which the soldier of the Salvation Army suffered all sorts of privations, faced the danger of battle and entirely forgot them selves In order to care for the soldier fighting for the cause of liberty and 'humanity. roan who "There Is not an I not glad to do whatever he can to help (be Salvation Army, and I feel safe In laying that the people of this country will be satisfied to take the word of those who fought In France that the Salvatl6n Army Is an organization that deserve the support of the American people. The reprice of the Salvation Army during the war Is but an examplo of the noble work these men and women have been doing for year among those wbo needed their services, and today tbey are carrying on a great work among suffering hntnanlty throughout the world, Just a they hare lu years gone by and Just as they will In year to come. The campaign that th Army Is to put on at an early date Is one that 1 am sure everyone will lend support to. You may rest assured that wherever you find an man you find a friend of tho Salvation Army. There wero several organisations that did great work with the troops, but none of thera excelled (he Salvation Army, and none of thera occupy a warmer place In the heart of the American men than the Salvation Array." 10-2- Auttlonttr. JAS. I. HAMILTON. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BIG AUCTION ! LOT SALE Choice Lots 40 DICKERSON COURT IN THE HEART OF LANCASTER. i j 0 S Wednesday May 19 AT 10:30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. These lots will be sold on the ground so that you can see what you are buying, and Remember, there will be no ding at this sale. BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR PAR- TICULAR ATTENTION TO IS: That DICKERSON COURT is that subdivision in which every lot is a site to delight the most fastidious home builder, and this is practically your last chance to get "close in" unimproved lots in the heart of Lancaster. YOU MAKE THE PRICE, we simply suggest the terms, which will be very easy. Souvenirs will be given to those at-- 9 tending the sale. MUSIC BY EXCELLENT BAND. Ladies always welcome, at this sale specially invited. by-bid- q 9 Each of the last Ova Presidents of the United State bss seen fit publicly to Invito the attention of the nation to the Salvatloa Army and It work for "the betterment of humanity and the making of bad cltlxen 'nto good ones," as President Wilson put It. President Roosevelt praised the Army for "working vfTectlvely In thosw dark regions where, save for It force, only evil I powerful," President Taft as serted that Ita "practical methods of charity are of the highest usefulness." 1 Paint Lick Garage. Phone 23. LHUU Paint Lick, Ky. The account of th Salvation Army are audited regularly and at frequent Interval. Every cent expended goes for the needy. The army furnished 3,000,000 meal free to penniless person lu the United State last year, reeding the hungry Is only out of It many activities. 0. T. WALLACE & 302 Trust Building. O. T. Wallace, W. M. Nicholls CO. Lexington, Kentucky. Managers. Th Central Record. Lancaster. Ky Thursday April 29, 920 1 DC DC 3C 3C in GOV. MORROW TO COMMANDER BOOTH Kentucky Exseutlv. Strongly Endorse Work of th Salvation Army In Thl Statt. Governor Kdwln I'. Morrow of Kentucky recently sent to Commander Bvanrellne Itootli of the Salvation etrong letter In support of the. Anny n arniy'a second Homo Service during the period. May lO'Ja Governor Morrow It the general chairman of the mmpaltn In Kentucky with former Chief Justice Henry 8. Marker if Louisville as active chairman. Governor Morrow', letter follow: Wherever "My Dear Commander: tht Salvation Army 'carries on,' there foot-torare find a need supplied; unfortunate comforted; a hungry one fed 5 an aching heart given surrraso of sorrow. "I am appealing directly to the great heart of Kentucky to respond tensr-ouilto the call of the Salvation Army In this second Homo Service Campaign, urging our people to rally to the support of an Institution that at waya haa done and now standi ready to do Ita full ahare, brimful and running over, for the homeleti and the afflicted. "With my beat wtthea for your continued success In your great work, "Helleve mo to be, sincerely your cam-9al(e y Spring Sales Exceptional values are conspicuous throughout our whole store Every department has its share of timely savings to offer. OUR BARGAIN COUNTER IS BEAMING WITH CHOICE ARTICLES of odds and ends and some last season's left over's. Li Conditions cause Worry GOVERNMENT MUST INCREASE TAXES TO MEET BONUS APPROPRIATIONS. (New York Times.) The financial condition ef the country Is not uch ns to warrant unusual expen ditures, and indications nre that, In stead of the fievernmcnt's being able to reduce the taxes this year, new tnxes must be levied to tako care of tho expected soldiers' bonus. This Is the opinion of tax experts and those charged with the raising and ex penditure of the public money. In the face of these conditions, Representative F. W. Mondell, Re publican House leader, In a statement issued recently, warned the country that most rigid economy was exercis d in the expenditures. He said that the country was still compelled to finance the unpaid war expenditures of more than $2,500,000, and that so far in the fiscal year the expenditures had exceeded the income from all sources by more than (200,000,000. Theromut be no further bond is sues, Mr .Mondell said in his statement, which reviewed Federal fiscal conditions, and warned Congress against extravagances. In the course of his statement he said: "Let mc say in all earnestness and with all the emphasis at my com ma ml that we must not Increase our floating debt, or wc shall invite disaster; that we must not issue bonds if we desire to keep on a specie bas is, nnd avoid a panic, that we must keep our total expenditures for the fiscal year that begins June 30 next well within our Income. If we do not we are inviting Treasury conditions which, acting upon the financial situation in the country, will bring nation-wid- e disaster. "We cannot meet further expendi tures through the issue of bonds. Further bond issues could only i floated at greatly increased interest rates, at the cost of a considCiole reduction In the market valuo of outstanding Government securities with the grave danger of wrecking the specie bails of our currency, with the certainty of increasing the price of commodities nnd further enhancing the cost of living. Under these conditions a further bond issue t unthinkable." WASHINGTON, FINANCIAL WAISTS FOR WOMEN. WELWORTH WIRTHMOR fal I WAISTS WAISTS That were $1.50 we are now offering for $1.39. that were $2.50 we are offering for $2.39. 5 friend. "HOWLS P MOHUOW, Oovernor." KENTUCKIANS SEE HOW MONEY IS SPENT This Stata la In th "0. K." Provlnca of the Salvation Army With Four Other States. Kentucky la In what la termed the of the Salvation "O. K." nrovlnce nroiincD Include. Weitern I'ennejlva nla. Ohio. West Vlrglula, Kentucky a and Tennessee. Provincial neaaquar-terf?nt. William Kvans la lu charge. Uy the end of May. WM, the "O. K." nmrinr will Lave ttxHit more Wan a million and a half dollar. More than to take up S100.0UO waa tet ailde n mqrtgagra and more titan a nail irti rrnulrad for new bultdlnxs. etc, demanded by the Increased work Q of the province Support of corp actlvltlea In the inii-lla- THESE WAISTS WILL ALL ADVANCE TO $2.00 AND $3.00 ON MAY 1st. Take advantage of these bargains and remember that in this city WIRTH-MOWAISTS are sold by us exclusively. R irni'i national organisation. Ttill are maintained at PUtihurg aaJ J. E. Diekerson & Son. WHERE FASTIDIOUS PEOPLE LIKE TO TRADE. 31 CLEAN-UP-WEEK 1 fc ii u ii nravtnra call, for nearly U.OOU.rjHI. Nearly a half million la required for provincial and divisional activities, a conederable part .of wblch la devoted to fresh air camps and relief work. About fiO.CnW waa taken for the oa tlonal pension fund for offtcera grown old In the service and the special work for women totalled r.eany iu,wu. PROCLAMATION By The State Board of Health. WHEREAS, the winter accumulation of decaying filth and refuse in alley and atreets of cities and towns, and especially In and about the back premises of almost all homes, rich and poor, In cities, towns and country districts, constitutes an annual, ly recurring menace to the health, life nnd comfort of the entire population of Kentucky, which easily and inexpensively can bo hauled away and, spread upon gardens and farms where it is much needed if nil classes of the people will lend a hand in tho work, now. THEREFORE, bo it known that the State Hoard of Health, by virtue of authority vested in it by law, here by joins the State Federation of Wemens' CluW in designating nnd proclaiming the ported from April 20th to May 2nd as this to Includo liming nnd for cvory home In Kentucky; nnd in this health and the Hoard earnestlife saving-wo- rk ly appeals for. the full nnd active cooperation for the entire week of all city nnd county officials, day and Sunday school teachers nnd pupils their duty to begin with the school house and grounds so as to moke them models for the community preachers nnd their church mem hers, womens clubs, Red Cross chap tors, newspaper, and every family, and especially inking city and town official and heads of families to furnish teams and the heavy labor necessary in hauling off tho refuse which, with this encouragement, the women nnd children can bo relied upon to collect at accessible places; and tho Hoard urges that tho pross, womens clubs, clergy and teachers give this, proclamation such publicity as will make it effective, with tho pica that tho clcan.up bo repeated monthly until cold weather sets In next fall, except that It be weekly as to the manure in all stable where horses are kept in order to put an end to the breeding of flies. GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS and the Ssal of tho Hoard this 20th day of April. 1020. A. T. McComtack, M. 0., Secretary John C. South, M. D President. "Clean-Up-week," white-washin- COUNTY WORK NOTED CATHOLIC FOR SALVATION of Disciples Begins Orsanixatlons Farmed In Molt Sec lions Of Sut Whr Denomination Has Churches, Says Dr. llomtr VV. Carpenter. "Lexington, Ky., Division ARMY Cardinal Qlbbona Olvea It Is Bites. Ing to National Leadsrs In Their Work. One of the most prominent prelates In the Catholic church lu America la Cardinal Gibbon of llaltlniorc. The Cardinal la a strung believer In and supporter of the Salvation Army. Car. dlnal Olbbona haa Just sent the fol towing letter to Krankllh K. Lane, ex Secretary of the Interior, who la th national thalrmaa of the Army's second Home Service Fund campaign ) drive. May : l.-- t me con "My Dear Mr. gratulate you ou taking up the good work of helping that most deserving organisation, the Salvation Army, In Ita 1020 appeal for maintenance. work "Its splendid not only during the world war, but for yea re prior thereto, haa endeared th Salvation Army to everyone. "May your work and that of your friends and associates la this national appeal meet with the fulleat measure of success. "My blessings and beat wishes, faith fully yours, (Signed) "J. CARD. OMIUONS, Archbishop of llaltluiore,' 10-'.- "The Kentucky Disciples' World Movement campaign wns launched successfully the post week," saiJ Dr. Homer of the cam W. Carpenter, pnign with Dr. Josepk W. Hagin, in the Disciples' campaign headquarters Take a Real Ride in the Cleveland, and You'll Know What a Car It Is The Cleveland Six, the sensation of the year among light sixes, is selling itself to thousands who use discrim ination in picking out the car they want. A real ride will show you. better than can be told you, that the Cleveland has power and pick-uand flexibility and ease of driving that do not come with many other cars. spring suspension and splendidly upholstered cushions wipe out the road bumps. Beautiful body lines place the Cleveland above the usual plane in appearance. Upholstery is of genuine leather. p Low-hun- g hand-buffe- d 1 1 The Salvation Army has given out Ita recipe for doughnut. This la the .formula from wtUeh all the cruller for the men of the A. K. F. were made There Is something magic In It, for It worked wonders. Here It la: rive cups flour, 2 cups sugar, a tea spoonfuls baking powder. 1 aalUpoon ful salt, 2 egga, 4 cup milk, I table-spoonful lard. Knead and cut and drop Into boiling ilard. The lasslea who made these .doughnuts In France say that a happy smile, added to the doughnuts at the time of serving makes them even more delightful. To attemnt to describe the Qualities or the Cleveland Six is no easy task. You must ride in it to know it. Take a real ride and you begin to understand that here is a better light six. 'ery much better. It has an enclosed over-hea- d valve motor, of exclusive Cleveland design and manufacture and tested in road work for three years before being offered the public, that gives performance unsurpassed. Tourini Car f I MS $2193 raiitotftrt) (rrictt r. O. (Five Passengers) Come let us show you what a car the Cleveland it The actlvltlea of Uie Salvation Army are being carried on In 00 countries. 'This organisation holds meetings and conducts Ita work In 40 different language. In the United State atone lu enterprises embrace: field evangelical work, hotels for the poor, Industrial homes for the uncia- .ployed, alum posts and nurserlea In 'the great cities, rescue homes and Anything Btttsr Than Unbelief. maternity hospitals, children's home I would rather dwell In tho dim tnm land relief work la prisons, beside other forms of relief, such a holiday of superstition than lu air rarvfl- -i in idlaaera and the distribution o Ire nothing by th air pump of unbelief. Ice and coal. Jeau Paul Illchter. far-Hun- Sda (VlT . CUnUoJ) Roadster (Three Iiwncrs) SIMS Coupe (Four laMcogrs) 2iH CHARLIE SANDERS. LANCASTER RY( CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO here "County organizations have been for i,e I in most ef the counties in wr.vh there are Dteelples' churches nr 1 the teams wMeh visited these c untie the past week in the main were greeted by-- interested members and ha! no difficulty in forming cuunty organisations preparatory to the drive for funds Mny 9 to May 10. "Seme of the leading men and women of the church took part in this organisation work. With the exception of a few casts in which unexpected changes of program were made nemsary, th? meetings were heki as announced. "Five members of the Disciples' teams were released from the organ-Isatle- n werk for Intcrchurch World Movement conferences, including Dr. I. J. Spencer, itcv. Joseph D. Arini stead, Itcv. E. S. Smith, Itcv. E. W, Klllott nnd Mrs. Ida Wither Harrison. These leaders with other of our ehureh, will also tnke part in World Movement conferences this week, Dr. Spencer being the leader ef one of the I. W, M teams." Dr. Carpenter gee each Saturday afterneen te Richmond to preaoh in Ms Iwwe church and Dr. Hagin leaves o Friday fer Covington to preach In his church, the Madison Avenue Christian, returning to Lexington Monday te resume campaign work. SAFEGUARD THE HEALTH OF YOUR COWS Do not let their bowel become sluggish. Do not let their livers inactive. Correct these trouble by giving them D. A. THOMAS' STOOK REMEDY. Get money, milk and butter. W. A. Diekerson. Advertisement be-co- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 29 1920. A sunny disposition la great ly to be desired, but we arc In danger of losing ours when we Classified Column RATES. Single insertions 1c a word No ad taken for lets than 20c in this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price offlve. Phone orders must be paid promptly. jtXXSOOCa Nothing Better On The Market. 1 note the size of the Sunday edi tions of some of the big city dally papers. In view of the alnrminir shortnsre of nrint I paper the size of some of these Sunday editions is profligate in Buy Tested Seed Corn S See Our Line Before You Buy Corn Planters, One Horse g their wasteful extravagance. Section after section is contain- cd in them in which there is practically no element of news, And You Are Sure to Get a Stand. 3 Drills, Cutting Harrows, CULTIPACKERS, Conn 1G Brothers. ILdLJ E DC I but which arc principally made up of balderdash and modern bunk. Each week It becomes In creasingly difficult for the country press to secure enough blank paper to print their lini itcd editions, and even that is sky high in price. If the big dailies would use n little moderation the country editor would not be driven to the point of desperation in his efforts to secure paper stock. But the way of n hog is ever the same. It thinks only of sell, Ot XXBCX X KXJMOOW)QM FOR SALEi On ton I. II. C truck J. W. Swi.atjr. OFFER FOR SALE The Famoiu KELLY White Seed Corn, Reid's Early Yellow Dent, Butler Early Yellow Dent, WET ? Good Seed Corn nt Garrard Milt ing Co. for $.1.50 per bushel Freiii light rolls and bread every day at Hotel Kengarlan. WANTED Gras for some small cattle. Drynntsvllle phone. Itobt. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. tf FOR SALI -- Boone County White, "STRAWBERRY OR BUTCHER" ALL of the Highest Quality. Remember it pays to buy the best seed. A greivt morclumt once said: "The Quality of an article is remembered long after the price is forgotten." Cane Seed, Cow Peas, Millet. j , i ' marc. A good gentle family R. E. McRoberts. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." JI FOR SALE: 200 barrel of old corn. I'lenty good enough for seed. Phono 44. John T. Hicks, News dispatches pdMrs. Taylor House, and wouhrbc nut to practical Krcign countries, and especial 3- from so" f the German nnrnnsn in Iho nvton.lnn nf FOR SALEi White Wyandotte Year. 91.80 timed WUly. knowlnfltro nnil thn irriMitor do. stales eggs. $1.00 for 15. Payable la Adfanca. .1 11T 01 room III vnlnnmnnt of thn rnnnti-v- . Mrs. W. II. Hamilton, Star Route, . , . I.,. MunB Plenty J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. u,w Ior repuinuie and Lancaster Ky. Tn Pilnrnto tlm n.ihlic von nbit,ln citizens from any R. L .ELKIN', Local Editor and Met. must first reach the public, and VOH SA LB Yellow IVnt Scc.l Mmrn nn nrm on Inti.r nrninn "WILT country, UUl OUr UOOrS Corn, imnll reii cob, lccp trtxin, V2 Entered at the Post Office in should be religiously closed to to 14 inch ears. KJ llallnnl. so loud as that of the press. Ky., at Second-ClasMail trouble makers of every des Stanford Ky. Matter. cription. We have too many SOBER JUDGMENT FOIl SALK: Somt; pure jrcI of that breed here now for our Ilronzc' Turkey ckk'i. Price $4.60 n Latukr, Ky., April 29. 1920 SHOULD PREVAIL. own good iloirn. Phone 34CB. Sirs. O. T. Lnyton. some means could bu pro In our endeavors to restore Member Kentucky Press Association normal conditions in this land vided whereby the American FOU SAI.K: About 200 barrels of and judg- - farmer could secure the necess- - K001I earn, both wjiitc nnd yellow. Eighth District Publishers League. of chaos sane and sober ary farm help from over the Any nmount Rood seed corn. ment should prevail. W. K. Kelley, It. F. D. I. agitators in our seas it would be a blessing. We have Rate, For Political AnnouncamtnU. Lancniter, Ky And since the average Amormidst whose sole apparent aim For Precinct and City Offices.. 15.00 STRAYED from my farm nt 10.00 is to destroy our established lean girl has graduated from For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 16.00 system of government. other people's kitchens, a hun- - Cnttonburi;, n black mare, 4 year old, about 14 H hands hlRh. Hcward .. .10 Wc For Calls, per line strong For Cards, per line . . ... '.10 suriiedhave others who are con- - "red thousand would be and- for any information. Cottonburj; Ky. enwith unrest, are out of healthy domestics Robert II. Lontr, For all publications in the inter- harmony with prevailing meth- - thuslastically received. expresest of individuals .or ods, and yet are true nnd loyal sion of individual views, per STRAYED to our place on the .Many people have been urg- line 10 nt heart. Stanford and Danville pike, on April Obituaries, per line ....... .OS We must learn to differcn- - in the fnrmer on to greater 12th, red steer, weight about S00 lbs. production this season as n Owner can have same by proving it tiate between the two. The one must be curbed or means of reducing the cost of and paying all charges, FOR CONGRESS. Wheeler llrothcrs. while the other living. And there they stop. We are authorized to announce destroyed, Apparently they do not take FOR SAI.K Four Red Angus RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, should be conserved and nur- n candidate for the Democratic nomi- tured back to a healthy state of into consideration the fact that bulls, ready for service, at farmers Also four nation for Congress in this, the mind. the food speculator is in reality prices. to register. poland china gilts, subject tyre. Eighth Congressional District of tnc onc who Is robbing the poor Telephone llubble. BigHnrry Fryv, There is much to perplex Kentucky. State Primary Election, and exasperate us nil, but " filching the rich In order to Saturday, August 7, 1020. nothing to cause n palsy of ''nc his own pockets. He it is FOR SALE: Thoroughbred white who has done most to force the Plymouth Rock eggs. alarm. FOR CONGRESS. 11.50 a setting. It has taken years of work Pplcc of ioodstufTs to almost Reduced prices on incubator" lots. We are authorized to announce Mrs. J. K. Sanders, to create the prohibitive heights. COL. FRANK L. R1PY, of Anderson and wisdom Hubble, Ky. What we need Is an old time county, a candidate for the Demo- greatest nation of earth. It cratic nomination for Congress in will not be wrecked in n day. curb bit that is big enough and WANTED Will want grazing for this, the Eighth Congressional DisEnergy, perseverance and cruei enougn to bring the spec 25 to SO steer cattle. Will either trict of Kentucky. State Primary to their knees nnd keep pasture by the month or rent the Election, Saturday, August 7, 1020. sober judgment will in time re- - u'ators grass by the acre. 'I, T. Rice & Co. store conditions to some more them there. 347-or address Z. T. Rice, Tne fnrmer should not be Phone satisfactory basts, but only Richmond, Ky. EDUCATING THE PUBLIC time nnd patience can bring scd to become everybody's FOR RENT: 100 acres of blue goat. Certain members of congress about this result. grass for graiing. Cattle only, plen have been stirring up a mess In Strong minds, indomitable ty of wntcr. Will take a limited THE, MOTHER OF MAN. Washington over what they courage and endless patience number of town cows.Fisher Herring. 4.15-3term a waste of public funds in On the second Sunday in will be required to restore this the publication of bulletins by, May the nation will observe country If you are thinking of selling your to the normal condithe various departments and Mothers Day. form nt Auction, see Green Clay Wal tions existing before the out- - ker, representing O. T. Wallace and DUreaus. Evcrv one knows Motrinr' iUrCaK 01 ropenn War, " ,i lna Company, 305 Trust Jluilding, Lex, T.u. u Vnr r,nvln o non nn, nf juiij . iwijf it la. wiicii n la. mill n.. ..ii lines n 4.15.tf. iuuiij iiiiitut.uiy uii is.... ington. ,.M i,,.uiino of business are conducted on an DEATHERAGE GARAGE Ex .. juujiiiiwiit ufun uiwii u comes as close to our abnormal scale. Wntros. Hv pert repairing on nil can. Prompt , ' vaiue as euueattonni meuiums. hearts as Christmas or the ini! evcrvthlne is out oU'lumb, service and a square deuL Located And we presume the education Fourth i us.,"1 . for VlthL 1? the Prevailing tendency is nt the S. II. Estcs Livery Stable. nf rH n, hii, to m, nrmn. ... ...w Thone 204 vu noiior iiiei,. r j i uiiuii which v..v... (muiivuiivii. i .. man. 'moineroi tui.. " tuurau tun 1101 iimi S. C. Rhode Island Iteds Exclusiv, . . n.. .""a . Llltl UUL 11 n... kUt CI llllltjllL Ul Inn llfma nf mnt hniihnnfl elylarge size and n rich dark red. ,!B?,?fJ." congress is desirous of disseml-'forthe cradle of the Good laying strain. Eggs 11.50 for ,. in uiuiuuiL lu 15 uuk i .! or S2.50 for 30. Phone tUm- - race, moy are me rocx uno i iiiuui,, t,... udv.u. .w..K ,.f., I11U IU IVUU tf Mrs. E. W. Perkins, Hryantsvllle. .. . we rest our .nopes or -tne ' tive to ' Ilk u,'r' thc AmcrIca to science, or other subjects, "I" "!mcn the guiding star which there future, KOR SALE A nice walking horse, aga In wl Lurbringlng is one way, and one only, of.Ieds humanity through coming 5 years old. Phone 22. Dry the .. .. .. i uuuui our nnUvllle exchange. ut.. iiiu icuuniiiK il iiuuiiic who nf perns. of. infancy and into the HUWUB. i . naruor 01. mntuntv. S. W. Halcomb, Dryantsville, Ky. - t.Tll nn.- uui. saie A Moses would be thrice col-- j That way Is to use the Pages upon pages could be welcome today. WE BUY, raise, and sell umns of the public press and .written of the glories of our rabbits and other fur:bcarlng anipay the publishers a fair price mothers, but not nil of the Summer is coming nlong and mals. Place your order with us, and for the spac consumed. words of the English Jnnguage we are looking forward to a list what ever stock you have with us, Practically every citizen of could- do them justice. long cherished vacation. Now stuting lowest flat price on large normal intelligence reads the It Is beyond the power of our will the gentleman who is con- - shipments, Address 515.517 .V. P. newspapers. This Is a news- humble pen. fldent that he can get out a bet- - Aye., Fargo, X. D. paper age and the people are All honor to the mother of tor sheet than the editor kindly! AGENTS WANTED: Wanted lost without them. man I later) forward and ease trrace man with team or auto. who can 4 Government information disMay her days and her Jovs full v Into the editorial chair? Vv bond to sell 137 Watklna home seminated in this manner upon earth be many, and may There's a deal of glory and no pre1i5!irK.eiLTc'rn would reach the great masa of her home In the next world be money In the job for him- -If ?" i"00 WS' the people, those for whom It one worthy of the greatest ho has the sublime courage to today J. R. Watklns Co., DepCll?, Is compiled at great expense, handiwork of God. Winona, Minn. pd. tackle it. tlon is to be expected soon from Plymouth Hocks,. $1.00 per setting of IS. Phone 382-1125-7t that a great influx of immigrn indicate FOR SALE Thoroughbred Ilarrcd The Central Record - 1 - a ... ,a' 4- - lS-H- t. .' Lan-caitc- s - Sjnie reiple aro always complain-n- g of lot in life And that, Don't be operated on. If .u have perharw, is the reason their I lot is the piles in any form go to subject to complaint. ERTS DltUO STORK nnd get a l.oltlc of Dr. Wnddeirs Pile Rem.dy. AbIn f of our big cities a citizen solutely harmless. Every tattle wantisi an oak center table stained n guaranteed to give absolute satisfac- mahgaay finish to harmonize with tion or money refunded. Made by the rwt of the furniture In the room. Medicine Co., Inc. ,K. A uarkman demanded $22.50 for the It. Smith Oreve Ky. Job. Instead of paying It, the citl-se- n bought a can of mahogany stain FARMS FOR SALK it yeu are .In the Market for a good grain o rtebae-c- o for $1.36. a brush for a dollar, and farm write me. I have them from did the job himself in nn hour and a 40 to 200 acres. Priced from $30 half. If other people would use some to $200 per acre. Liberal terms on! of the same brand of horse kense lh most of them. Can arrange for im- ridiculous cost of existence would soun coe down to a sane level. mediate possession on some. Warren II. Murray, Conncrsville. Ind. R. R. (1. Reference First National Hank of -; 5- Don't Suffer Cimnersvllle. New Sewing Room In Town. We ore now prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy sewing, beading, hemstitching and embroid ery work of all kinds. Located at the j home of Mrs. J. M. Coy on Richmond street, next door to Opera House. Your (Aitronage solicited. Telephone 2G5. Mrs. Let Prueitt, Miss Cora Bryant. DENTAL X-RA- Y SERVICE M. S. Hatfield D. D. S. lt-p- i I a ... OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX, OVERLAND NEW LIGHT FOUR, WILLYS KNIGHT, AND MAXWELL CARS. j rh'n J ... ..... t,i.. jv m .... l 4.8-7t-p- A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU, AND YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED. T,."' 1 . TZr u,.i,, Ztl T, 1 I 11. T 40-- I ! ...... iniZrZ g ALDRlDGE AND MARSEe! - AT CENTRAL GARAGE. -- 21? Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, April 29, 920 1 WOMEN EVERYWHERE ARE HEARING OF THESE WONDERFUL VALUES WOMENS SUITS AND COATS 25 PER CENT OFF. SEE THEM TODAY, v WHILE YOU HAVE A GOOD SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM. We are showing beautiful new Creations in foot wear, shoes that fit and give satisfaction. See our special pump at $7.75. We are ottering special as long as they last, beautiful Georgette Blouses $15 and $18. Waists at $9.98. See them today. The Joseph Mercantile Gompany. VISIT OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT We will take orders for the DELINEATOR at $2.00 till June 1st and thereafter We Arc ttill trimming our prices and not our customers. POST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. We will sell you a Deere Rnke $55.00 Mailable KniiKe for. ,100.00 Di.sk Hnrrown ...$57.50 FrinccM Kxuiko for SG8.50 Smoothing Harrows $'21.50 Standard Hnnjre for... $55.00, Double Shovel I1owm..$ G.00 Cast KntiKe for $15.00 Garden Plows $ Ii.50 Deere .Mower $70.00 Ilutlch Henna per pt 15c Deere Cultivator $55.00 Garden need, pt. 01c We are telling for less, not much rent to pay. HOUSE PAINT $3.75 A GALLON. THE ONE PRICE STORE. at $2.50. done so, continue to use it; although Inst year the season wns so dry that they did not get full benefit of it. Mr. Henry Curtis, of the Kentucky Experiment Station, says you get the benefit from tobacco or corn fertilizer in the following crops for some years to come. Hunt Lowcry, near Wilmore, says you could sec the Improvement in the following crops on the part of his field where he utcd it for four years. J. J. Hill, the railroad man and great farm builder, showed on 150 farms that he could double the yield of hit crop in one year by the use of fertilizer. Experiments made on fertilized plats Inst year was 45 bushels of wheat per acre, while the yield on all unfertilized plats the same year was only in bushels per acre. Our government is calling on the people to fertilize their crops nnd increase their yield to feed the starving world, nnd while labor is so high you can't afford not to do so. And you can't afford to overcrop yourself or overcrowd your barn and mnke n late dark crop. Some predict $2.50 a bushel for wheat nt harvest. It will pay to sow it all over the ground and make n fine tobacco and wheat crop and get a good stand of grass following it. If you low the wheat early, you can graze it for several months. Parties who have epoken for it, should come and get it or have it set aside nnd marked for them, as tho demand is so heavy tho company may not be able to furnish it later. Hudson, Hughes nnd Fnrnau. Only four more years until we will be subjected to all of this candidat-In- g agnin. Surely our good forefathers wished n bunch of agony onto us when they framed the consti- Dr .1. M. Acton ami family were Miss Carrie Miller i in Dnnville, the guest of Misses Donahue, this the week-en- d visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. G. Clark on the Lexington pike. week. Mr. Jnek Pourne remain nultp airk Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore have re turned from a visit to relatives in nt his home en the Danville pike and ms frienri are wishing for him n Cincinnati. speedy recovery. Mr. and Mn. Mlicy Walker spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. VicMr. Tom PallnH, one of the best toria Anderson. deputy sheriffs, that Garrard county has ever had, has been confined to Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Farnau and his home on Stanford street for two son, Kennedy, arc spending u few weeks. days in Cincinnati. Mhsos Maude ond Minnie Conn, Miss Amanda Anderson spent the and Misses Nannie Pclle Hawkins nnd week end with her sister, Mrs. M. M. Mayme Cochran, spent the week end Miller of Lexington. with Mr. and Mrs. James G. Conn nnd Miss I.ula Powman, Anderson has family. returned from n visit to Miss Frances Mrs. Ira Iloltzclaw was a visitor to Grant in Lexington. her rarents, Mr. and .Mrs. Andrew J Mr. and Mrs. Miley Walker and Thompson of Poyle county last week daughters and Miss Elsie Prown were while Mr. Iloltzclaw was in the city " on business. in Lexington last week. Mrs. J, J. Pursley, and handsome Master Earl Clark spent a few little son, Jack Jr., came up from dnya last week with his grand-parenLouisville Inst week and are stopping Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. nt the Kengarlan, guests of Mr. and Brother Pourland, George Prown Mrs. Alllc Sanders. ami C. W, Anderson were In LexingMr, nnd Mrr. H. T. Lognn have ton for the day last week. rented the Zimmer residence on Dan Mrs. C. It. Henry and children, ville avenue and arc moving this Louise nnd James Milton are guests week. Mr. and Mrs. Zlmmer .will go of her sister, Mrs. W. G. Clark. to Michigan for several months stay, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pat Sutton, Mrs. M. Mrs. K, L. Owsley, Mrs. Joe Fran E. Pay, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pryan Wilmot cis nnd Mr. Wat Arnold were in Lex were visitors in Lexington Sunday. Ington Thursday. Mrs. Francis visitMr. nnd Mrs. P. Zlmmer and Mr. ed her aunt. Mrs. Edna Arnold, who Wright have gone to Michigan where continues very ill nt the Hospital in they will spend the summer months. Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Jones Anderson nnd Mrs. John A. Conn was called to Parbnursville last Friday, to the bed. children, Mr. and Mrs. Miley Walker side of her sister, who is seriously ill. and daughters, Marie and Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. George Prown nnd daughter J. Clarence Conn is with his grand- Elsie, were visitors In .Lexington on mother, Mrs. I. C. Pucker and Mist Thursday. Chastine, at Paint Lick for a few days Many friends of Claude G. Conn visit. are glad to know he was not serious Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Carpenter nnd ly hurt in an automobile accident that Mr. and Mrs. L. X. Miller and little occurred at Silver Creek on Monday daughter, were in Lexington, last afternoon, nnd hope to see him out Friday. nrnin soon. ts Miss Lucile Lackey, one of Dicker-son- 's efficient clerks, hns been quite ill the past week nt her home on Danville nvenue. Her many friends wish her a pcely recovery. The many friends of Little Miss Mary Edith Wnlkcr will be glad to know she is rapidly recovering front her recent illness. She also wishes to shown her and the many flowers nnd frultsscnt her. thank her friends for the kindness beautiful J. R. MOUNT & CO. The CJDcal House. M;u Martha. Pettis, of Lexington, J Gossip About People snv Com-'ng- has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Kllen Pettis, on Maple avenue. Miss Mary Arnold ha A d Prltl MtAtien el Uii i CJn$i by TKm Wi Art Ir.Umlrd In. from Huntington West she has been spending months. returned Va., where the winter One of the prettiest of the number 6( nttinctivc bungalows that arc springing up in town this season like blossoms in crocus time, is the one on Stanford street of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ephriam P. Urown, which will soon be ready for occupancy. This house U not so severely angular ns the usual bungalow type, nnd hns many features pleasant to the eye. -- Mr. and Mrs. Pradley Pourne, and Mrs. Lula C. Johnson, of Versailles, Mr. Jesse Walden of Danville, was spent the week end with Lancaster relatives. in Lancaster Monday. ' Mrs. Pat Anderson has returned Mr. I'ftc Wiley, of Pcrea, was a from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. visitor in Ijtncastcr, 'Monday. Harry Elmore and Mr. Elmore in Mr. Clay KautTmnn of Covington Harrodsburg. has been spending a week at home. Mr. Sam Embry of Stanford and Dr. and Mrs. A. II. Price have been Fisher Herring were in Frankfort in Louisville. spending n few days and Lexington Wednesday and Thurs" MIm Lixzle Pettis has been visiting day on business. her litter Miss Mnrthn Pettis In Lex Mr. and Mrs. Kobcrt Embry and ineton. sons, of Lexington, spent the weekMrs. J. W, Klmore and Mrs. Luther end with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West on Glbbs have been recent viiitors in Danville nvenue. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Pice of RichMrs. Hid Itoblnion hns returned mond, Indiana, arc expected for a from n visit to Mrs. J. U. Paxton in visit to Mrs. Pice's mother, Mrs. II. A. P. Mnrksbury. Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hays and little Mr. P. I). Itcmdon of Danville has been visiting his father, Cnpt. Win. daughter, and Miss Gladys Frisbie, spent tho past week end In Lexington Herndon. Mrs. Harry iludion returned Danville. Mr. Andy Croushorn, Mrs. Francis Croushorn of Dryanlsvlllc, Prof, and Mrs. Wm. J. Uaird of Pcren College, and little son, David Hnlsey, Miss Georgia Paird of Preachersville, Mr. Denton Fcllder of Reren, Mr. Wm. Croushorn of Crnb Orchnrd, were entertained at a delightful noon-dadinner last Saturday nt the home of Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Palrd at Crab Orchard. y' ami attended the races. Tun-da- y from ii Springfield. visit to relatives Mrs. W. It. Cook of Danville, has recently. Danville Advocate. been spending a few days with Mrs. Miss Edna Pcrkcle who has been W. D. Mason. spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Jesse Arnold has been visiting Miss Leavy Dunn, has returned to her her .mother, Mrs. Ellen Pettis on school duties at Mt. Sterling. Maple nvenue. Mrs. Mae Hughes Noland, Miss Miss Helen Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jane Haselden, Master Lewis Hnsclr P. H. Henry of Lexington spent Sunden and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Has day in Lancaster. eldcn have returned from n motor Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Walker have trip to Louisville. moved into their handsome new home Miss Laverne Hicks invited a few on Danville avenue. frlemjs to her home on Danville road Mrs. Charles Anderson and sons Saturday evening to meet her week, have returned from n visit to Mrs. end guests, Mr Joe Jordan and Miss Margaret Jordan of Lexington. Jesse Walden in Danville. Dr. and Mrs. Acton of Lancaster, in are moving Into their home on North Third street, which they purchased Master Collis Johnson Anion cele-bathis 8th birthday with an "Overall Party", Saturday afternoon. About 10 little boys clad in blue overalls were present. The spacious lawn afforded a play ground sufficient for the games, races and etc, dear to the hearts of these 100 per cent Americans. The dining room was beautifully lighted with eight candles in old brass candlesticks encircling the huge birthday cake as the centerpiece. This cake will long be remembered by the boys as its measurements were 13 by 14 inches, iced in white nnd decorated in pink mints. The ices were also in pink and white. Master Collis Johnson proved n splendid host. Here's wishing him many happy returns. ed tution. I SAVE THE DIFFERENCE House Paint per Gallon $3.50, Seed Potatoes per BusheJ $6.00, Arbucle Coffee per Pound 4o cents, Seed Sweet Potatoes Cheap. Sanriprs Variety Stnrfi LANCASTER, Ky. I Miss Eugenia Dunlnp has returned Mr. Elmer Dethernge of Richmond, from a visit to Lexington as the guest was here last Monday, demonstrating , of her Mrs. Chaircs that good Essex car, for which he has Walter. the ngency for Madison and Garrard county. Look at his advertisement Miss Elizabeth Lognn Simpson, of fn this issue. Lexington, spent tho week end with Mr. and Mrs. U. D. her grand-parentMr. Homer Pland, who gave the Simpson. patrons of the local post office such efficient services for several months, Little Miss Gladys Stone Clark, of is now taking a vacation at La Junta, Is the interesting visitor of her Poyle, Colorado. He expects to bo gone aunt, Mrs. James II. Hamilton, on several weeks. the Lexington road. Dr. nnd Mrs. William Durnett and Cnpt. T. A. Elkin, Mr. Jesse Doty, their beautiful daughter, Miss Gm.e Hunt-sidMr. J. J. Walker nnd Jumcs G. Mac Pumett, were guests for a day are serving on the federal jury or two of Mrs. Thomps Arnold, who Richmond this week. at has been quite sick. We arc glad to Mrs. Alexunder Kennedy, who has report Mrs. Arnold is now better. been spending sometime' with her Canls have been received announcdaughter, Mrs. W. A. Farnau and Mr. ing the arrival of another son to Mr. Farnau, has returned to Danville. nnd Mrs. Murphy (nee Miss Oszic Mr. and Mrs. George McUobcrts Young) in Panama (Jlty, Panama, nnd daughter, Uetsy Margaret, are which Is of much interest to the rein, guests of relatives here this week. tives in Lincoln nnd Garrnrd'countles They came in from Covington, Tues- of the parents. jjj day. Mr. J. L. Smith was called to Troy, The W. C. T. U. District conven-tio- n Ohio, by the serious illness of his meets at Wilmore, May 10th. brother, Mr. James II. Smith who was Mrs. Palmeter and Mrs. J. U. Conn operated on for appendicitis and is ore the delegates from the local improving fslowly. His many friends. ootn in Troy and Lancaster hope for union. him a speedy recovery. Mr. Jesse Wcarrcn, the popular in The Womnns Club met Thursday surance man of Stanford, was seen with tho court day crowd here last afternoon at their rooms, on LexingMonday. He tells us this is his last ton avenue. After the business sestrip to Lancaster, until Lincoln coun- sion the literary program was in ty Axes up her end of the Lascatter charge of Mrs. Theodore Currey at and Stanfcrd pike, which tithe worst sisted by Miss Helen Gill. About twenty five members were present. he ever experienced. grand-mothere Place Your Orders For V. C. Fertilizer! Before It Is Too Late. The season is late and the tobacco plants are late and slow in starting, which Is likely to give us u late crop. We should do everything possible to shove the crop forward ns much as possible by fertilizing plant beds and ground. Sow a little fertilizer over the plants after they come up, and If the ground is too loose, roll It. It will give you plants ten days sooner, and 200 pounds drilled in tho row or 10O pounds all over the ground will ripen up yqur crop two weeks sooner with good' color. John W. Parker of Fayette county, used it Inst year on half of his tobac co ground. If increased his yield and he sold that part of the crop at $85. average. The other part of the crop planted nnd sold at same time averaged $50.00, and his crop of burley was twice as good where he used the near fertilizer. W. S. Jennings, Cynthlana, left it off of thirteen rows to test it, and ho says the difference could be seen as far as you could see the Held. Don't be afraid to spend four or five dollars to make a bright crop and then come howling because you don't get n high price. Our V. C. Fertilizer Is put up tomakc bright tobacco, the only kind that is wanted. The price is $48.50 per ton. Try it. Most of those who have YOU WANT EGGS NEXT WINTER? The best way Is to raise your own producers. My SINGLE COMB DO DROWN LEGHORN HENS re to furnish you with factory units that will pay bis; profits if proparly developed. Prices 1G for $1.00, 100 for $5.00. ERLE C. FARRA, Pox 173. Lancaster, Ky. rdy 99 For Up-To-Da- te I Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, Painting andjall kinds of 1 Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P.B.WHEiams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 29, 1920. What other phonograph dares this test? PRIMP UP, Paint Up, Paper Up. Now it the time for the yearly fix-over- s. IT HAS TO BE DONE Did you nak sonic one about the Edison Tone Teat recital triven last week at the Opera House? The stnrtlcd nudience heard the voices of the Criterion Quartet flood the packed house.. It then heard the New Edison match those voices, even unto their finest variation of shading and feeling. Any one who was present will tell you : SO WHY NOT LET US DO IT. We can decorate your Home and make it a Beauty Spot. We can add little touches here and there that will make a wonderful improvement. WE make a REAL JOB of putting your home in the best of shape, and we are as careful of every little detail as an artist is of his work. The art of the living artist and by the New its Edison can not be told apart. RE-CREATI, . It is no idle phrase that you can enjoy Case, Middleton, Hempel,, Matzennucr, Spalding in your own home. The New Edison brings all that the great artist can bring, except his physical presence. It is the phonographic triumph of the nge. TALK TO US ABOUT YOUR DECORATING. THE PRETTIEST LINE OF WALL PAPER SHOWN IN THE BLUE GRASS. EVER The Jfezv Udisovi "The Phonograph with a Soul" Come in and hear this wonder for yourself the Three Million Dollar Phonograph that the very soul of music. NAVE DECORATING DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. CO. STORMES DRUG STORE is the regular model which The instrument used in last week' Tone-Teells for $295 (in Canada $431). It is an exact duplicate of the Laboratory Model which Mr. Edison perfected after spending Three Million Dollars in experiments. st ficates and Liberty Uonds are the best apparents for financial exercise. They can be adjusted to the financial Burns. strength of any neck, rich or poor. If you have exercised with them, Could B. M.d. A W.gtr Thst H. then when you bring upwith a Jerk Hanged On A RtguUr Scaffold at the end of your financial rope you can hold out until the pressure And Sustain No Injury. 'is removed. "Farmer" Durns, the great old time wrestling champion who discovMEAL, ered Frank Gotch nnd tauglit the Iowa farmer all he knew, was born Hog to be hunt:, but not to die that way. An Hanging did not inconvenience him at nil He tried it once on n wager and a small wager at that. They arranged a regular t catTold with a three lienhaden fish are caught in great foot drop, adjusted the hangman's quantities along the coasts of Chesanose with the knot snuggled under peake Bay, the Atlantic, the Gulf of Hum's left car according to custom Mexico and elsewhere. Dy n cooking nnd extracting process the oil is and sprung the drop. The wrestler's ICO pounds brought removed. The residue is dried nnd up with a jerk that made the rope sold ns fish temp for fertilizing purhum like n fiddle string and ho hung poses, or ground fine and sold as fish suspended by the neck for nearly meal for hog feeding. The following shows the percent thee minutes. Throughout that time he carried on a conversation with the age of the important ingredients of bystanders joking and kidding his fish meal: Protein CD.5 per cent He was cut down "executioners." Mineral matter 21.C per cent none the worse for wear,. Fat 4.2 per cent How did he do it? He had exer Moisture 3.3 per cent. cised and strengthened his neck mus-- j As n feed for hoc fish meal has clcs through long years of training) From the so that they were strong enough to, proven very ttflcient. prevent the constriction of his wind- nbovo it will be seen that the percentages of protein and mineral mat pipe even from tho pull of the hold was rot barred and ter in fish meal are very high, and, Hums had trained himself so that therefore, it is especially suited for when Stranglcr Lewis or any of the use as a supplement to com. It Is otber strong armed grapplers secur- in a class with tankage and skim ed and applied that hold the Farmer milk in this respect. Itesults from could work his head free from the feeding fish meal to hogs at many experiment stations and on many farms dangerous grasp, s feed. You do not have to flop to the show that it Is a very wrestling mat to have the strangle In fact, it Is Just ns efficient, pound hold applied to you nowadays. Hard for pound, as tankage, probably luck or times or Illness or disaster slightly more efficient. In view of the high quality nnd efor old age may shut your financial wind otr at any time and gradual- ficiency of fish meal as n hog feed, ly force your shoulders closer to the together with the fact that at present padded canvass until the slap of the the price is very reasonable to the referee's hand on your opponents feeder, it should be of particular Inback declares you the loser of the terest to him. It is one of the cheapest commercial sources of protein struggle. liut you can strengthen your neck, for hog feeding now available, and Just as Farmer Durns did. Constant farmers will do well to consider It and regular exercise In saving will seriously before paying the extremedo it, the putting aside of a certain ly high prices asked for other condefinite amount of the envelope each centrated protein feeds. O. G. Hankins, Swine Specialist, pay day. Burns used weights to exCollege of Agriculture, ercise his neck muscles. War Sav Lexington. Kentucky. ings Stamps, Treasury Savings Certi HANGING JUST FUN For Farmer FISH Economical Feed. (LOUISVILLE EVENING TIMES) "That resolution of the Democra tic 'Administrative Committee, offer ed by I II. Callahan and adopted by the body, is a striking example of the modern political spirit that will ultimately amancipate this country-Thtext of the Resolution was published as an advertisement in The Times of Thursday, in letters large enough for everybody to read; and its cail to men not normally active In politics to participate in the coune ty primaries and to select delegates "who cannot be controlled by nny person or persons" is an evi dence of tho new political idea. Hitherto a committee such as that led by Mr. Callahan would be the possessions of some boss or faction, and the last office in the world it would perform would bo to call on non professionals to control county and state conventions for reasons of independence. Hut this committee, seeking to express the general party interest, attacks personal exploitation, factional control, bosses and slates and urges the (lis. tricts and the Stato convention to control themselves. For an official party committee to take such a stand and to take it with the assent of all the rival leaders is a long step forward in Kentucky." o high-gradvest-pock- et DOUBLE HEADER SALE AUCTION Of Stanford Property Thursday, May 6 AT 2:00 P. M We will sell for OSCAR L. ROBINSON His home on Lancaster street in Stanford and also all his personal property. Mr. Robinson will make Detroit, Michigan, his future home nnd this will be an Absolute Sale for the 'High Dollar" without reserve, d or limit. Extra large lot of about ISO feet frontage and several hundred feet deep. Nice concrete walk and located in one of the best residence sections of city. City water and lights. Nice residence of five rooms, porch, large basement, garage, small barn and all necby-bi- essary outbuildings. Tenant house on rear of property of four rooms and porches. This is extra large lot for city property. The personalty consists of all household goods, cow, automobile roadster, Carter make, and 1917 model, etc ON THE ABOVE DATE AT 10 A. M. WE WILL SELL FOR hang-strang- le CHARLES SALEM high-clas- Hazelwood Sanatorium to Fortht Trta tmtu Tubtrcuioth O Maintained bjr the Loulirllle Association for the adequate ttcatment of tubei cubits In all its sujes st Uu ait. Kites $15.00 per neck, board, tneJIcal attention, UunJry, etc. High ground com. minding extensive view. Delight, ful surrouadlnjs. SpecUl salts for lit UvtuuM II mtamut, llUIni WkU. kmi tjtkU to I- UnJwmt M Ck-- Hit dandy home, located on Miller street, in Stanford. This home it practically new, hat five rooms, porches, etc., barn and all necessary outbuildings. Hat large yard, barn lot and extra large garden. City water and lights and en one of the best streets in town, nice and quiet. Thit it a modern little heme and will be for tome one. Mr. Salem hat disposed of hit store and he it dea nice "pick-up- " termined to let hit home go at he it going back to the old country. Be sure and attend these sales. Nice property and ture to sell. Someone is going to get a bargain. It might be YOU. IT COSTS TO BUILD NOW. YOU Had better BUY the HOME already built. Terms liberal and made known on day of tale. For full particulars, tee, write or phone, HUGHES & flcCARTY. Cel. John B. Dinwiddle - en the Block. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. l: 'Mi nmm THE UNIVERSAL CAR nf the largest business firms of the country. Ford Deliver)' Cars arc used in fleets by many The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 29, 920 1 1 1 WELSH & WISEMAN CO S. This is because the Ford Delivery Car has sol veil the problem of safe and quick delivery with the smallest possible expense. Easy to understand, easy to drive, and durable. A faithful servant giving years of faithful service. Wc can give you any style of body you want. One thing is sure every retail merchant will make money by having a Ford Delivery Car. Come in. s talkt it over. Wc assure you genuine Ford service with genuine Ford parts. Drnnnrn ddipti llliVUULIV 1 111U SALE 41 MssMMsSMHsseHHssBili MID-SUMME- Haselden Bros Garage Suits and Goats. R 4P What Do You Want Us To Do? ctroppcil in on day and inquire! If we would rare to buy n ton or so of new print at 13 4 cents. The last consignment which wc bought two months ago came at 10 cenU a pound. The advance ia 3 Va cents n pound in two monthi. It looks like the press of the State and Nation ought to be strong enough to curb this iniquitous stuccie game of the paper trait. Aa lone a we stand with our hands in our pockets they are going to krep "adding on". At 13H cents newsprint is nltnost prohibitive, and at this price the white paper in one luue The quesof. the Outlook costs $75. tion it, how much longer are the conntry weeklies going to put up with it? Falmouth Outlook. A paper sateiman OWING TO A VERY BACKWARD SEASON, AND IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCKS OF COATS AND SUITS TO A MINIMUM TO MAKE ROOM FOR VERY LARGE SHIPMENTS OR MERCHANDISEARRIVING DAILY WE NOW OFFER UNRESTRICTED CHOICE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF COATS AND TAILORED SUITS AT GREATLY REDUCED ut the PRICES othr applicable, or more applicable, In fact, today than it was when it wai uttcrrd; Lincoln knew. The ex. pretiions which fell from his lip long ago arc living and everlasting Inspiration to the spirit of America and to all mankind. Read and read again these words spoken to the Workmen's Association in 1864: "Property is the fruit of labor; property is dciirable; is a poiitive good in the world. That some should be rich shows that others may become rich, and hence is Just encour agement to induitry and enterprise. Let not him who is houtclc pull down the houae of another, bnt let him work diligently and build one for himself, thus, by vxample, nisur ing that his own shall be safe from violence when built." Every garment in this sale is from our regular lines of personally selected apparel. NO GOODS BOUGHT FOR SALE PURPOSES, no item but that has passed the rigid test as to style correctness and quality fitness for our store. So come early as it will be like buying from our Spring Opening Display and paying season-en- d prices. A reduction of fully 20 per cent off all regular prices. Former price tickets remain on all garments, and you take the reduction off at the time of purchase thus knowing the exact saving. 150 NEW COATS 1-- 5 OFF. $19.75 Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $25.00 $29.50 $35.00 $45.00 $65.00 Coats now Coats now Coats now Coats now Coats now .$23.50 $28.00 $36.00 $45.00 200 NEW SUITS 5 OFF. Regular $45.00 Suits now $36.00 Regular $55.00 Suits now $44.00 Regular $65.00 Suits now $52.00 Regular $75.00 Suits now $59.50 Regular $85.00 Suits now $68.00 1-- Possible Platinum Oedt, Possible, source of supply of plat Inum are the rlrer gravels In southeast llorneo, where further prospect We have often heard that hlitory lug Is required, and various districts repeats itself and the following from In North Oularlo. and the stream placthe pen of tho great Lincoln, which ers In Alaska, which are being lores) as tinned by tho United States geological wnk uttered long, long ago, is History Repeats Itself. Juit Special Lot of Dresses at $29.75 We have selected from our regular stock for quick disposal a special lot of about fifty Georgette, Taffeta and Tricotine Dresses, selling regularly from $35.00 to $49.50, which we offer choice of in this sale at $29.75. survey. SPECIAL GEORGETTE WAISTS $6.90 SPECIAL GEORGETTE WAISTS $4.90 In embroidered and lace trimmed styles from our regular $6.75 to $8.50 lines. Kentucky Democrats, You Are Entitled to Express Your Preference President, you are entitled to ex- prets it, Kentucky Democrats. But you have but one chance to do so. You have bttn called to msst In mass conventions In your county seats at 2 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, May 1, for Ut purpose of registering your choice. Ntglcct ths opportunity thus offered, stnd your county delegates without In structlons, and your one chanc to x trclt your sovereign right of saying who will be your standard-beareIn November has slipped away. r Representing a large assortment of beautiful styles selling regularly at $8.75 to $12.50. NEW ARRIVALS OF SUMMER APPAREL We are now receiving daily, shipments of Georgette, Organdie and Voile Blouses Dresses, for the sweet girl graduate; also many new styles of Hand-mad- e White Washable Skirts, White Pumps Tricolette and Georgette and Oxfords, etc. Over-Blouse- s, you nave a choice tor irDemocratic nomination the Always for On the Square 8K any union labor leader about JrX Oovernor Cox and ha will tell you that no man or group control him, that he Is always on the square. Aik the buelnees men of Ohio and they will tell you that he understands business problems and that he has courage and ability fcr any emergency. WELSH POINT LEAVELL. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. son. Ray. Mrs. Sis Preston was the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley were Mrs. Drew Davis has been on the sick in Madison Saturday night nnd Sun guest of Mrs. Abe Uurton Wedneslist. day visiting- - Mr. and Mrs. Andrew day. Mr. Ilemnrd Kay spent Saturday Clark. Mrs. Mary douse spent Sunday night with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Tcater and afternoon with Mrs. Robert Whit-take- r. at tho Master Joe Itay visited Master children were entertained Ccphus Davis recently. home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Tenter Mies Scnnie Cummins was the guest Saturday night of Miss Jessio Mr. and Mrs. Ottls Stotts spent Sunday. tho week cud with relatives. Mrs. Trade Warner of Madison R. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian were visitors of Mrs. Carl Cotton and Mrs. Abe Ilurton Saturday and spent the last of the week with Mrs. wero visitlne friends Sunday. k WISEMAN CO. Ohio's Votes Are Needed electoral OHIO'S year; Cox for Democracy. votes aro needed can swing them WOLF TRAIL. Mr. Kills Uell was at homo Satur Exercise Your Prerogative you deltgatt your franchise few mm In the crisis which confronts your party and your country or will you assert your prerogative as a cltltcn and a Democrat to choose day and Sunday. WILL a your leader? That you may be able to rtglstir your choice Intelligently these facts about the candidate Ohio Democracy has put Arward, as a man whom the Oenlus of Amsrlca has trained for Just this hour, are presented. A Typically American Career came a Washer, then newspaper reporter, then an editor, then secretary to a Congressman, then owner of a prosperous newspaper property, then a member of Congress, and then Oov. .artier of Ohio the only Democrat ever sleeted to that orflt three times. on a farm "of poor but hen. BORN parents Jamie M. Cox be- "Cany the Country With Cox" Miss Mary Bel! spent Saturday and Sunday with homo folks. Go to the mass convention in Mr Charlie Smith and Robert Ham-mac- k your county seat at 2 oc!ock Satspent Sunday In Crab Orchard. urday afternoon, May 1, and seMls Hattie McQuerry spent Sun. lect as your delegates representa- day with her aunt, Mrs. Menifee McDemocrats, Querry. tive forward-lookin- g who hold good government and Mines Maudo and Funnlc Smith the interest of the party par- entertained a number of friends on Miss Myrtle Teater spent one night recently with Mrs. Lucas Foster. amount to all else, and instruct Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley were them to support the candidacy Uell Coldiron of New Miis Maudle Mexico is the cuust of her sister, with Mr. and Mrs. Hurvo Tenter for of Governor James M. Cox. tho week end. Mrs. Clcll Totem. Women are entitled to repre Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers were Mrs. Hobart Smith Mr. lentation and to ex ore as their Kucsts and his parents, Mr. and were Sunday guests in Madison of Mr. Mrs. of Sowers parents. preference and are urged to at John Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Simpson and tend the convention. Sunday school has opened again at children wero with Mr. and Mrs. Hun Lot the country knew where Good Hope. Ecverybody is invited ter Davis Monday night. to come and bring some one with Kentucky Democracy stand. Mr .and Mrs. Taylor Dolton and you. baby were the week end guests of Ri.ii. MaidaiiarUrs. Tenth Floor Ths The farmers of this place nre very Mr. and Mrs. Obe Dolton. Stelbsch, Louisville, Ky. much discouraged aa but little plow Mr. and Mrs. Joo Ray, Mr. and Johnson N. Camden, Chairman. init can be done on account of heavy Mrs. Clarenco McCulley were recent rains. and Mrs. Carl Cotton. Mr. Eb Coeley purchased of Hurt visitors of Mr. Mr. Orear Whlttaker and Miss Cln Bros their stock of goods and Is mov Ing them to his new store on the cor nle Cummins spent the week end with I I tt lit.. wvmiv- u, t... iwu lf r IM ner of First anil Third Street. feiifivr nuf 1 Sunday. Andrew Simpson. Mr. Earl Dalley nnd Miss Bert Messrs Tommle and AUlc Murphy Dailey were the plsaiant guests of were the dinner guests of their cousMr. and Mrs. Asble Hendren of near in. Mr. Harris Wiley Sunday. N'lcholasvillo Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Uattio Warner of Madison spent part of the week with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Cotton, COY Coleman Mr. nnd Mrs. Locker spent Saturday and Sunday with her Mrs. Jaiper is also ill. Mrs. Aminda Clouse. Mrs. Josic Mathews continues ill. mpthcr, Mr. and Mrs. Green Hairson and Mrs. Everett Duncan continues, i children nre tho week end visitors of nulte 111. Mn- - J ,,ardcn' MUs Moodle May. Hardin contln.hr molhrr I III with flu. Coleman Osborne and friend Mr. uts quite r. Harve Stevison spent Saturday Mrs J. 0. Hardin Is with her daugh I n'ht with Mr. W. D. Stevison. ters in Lexington this week. Miss Cora Harden entertained a J Miss Olive Preston and Miss Anna number of friends Sunday evening. J jjae Speaks entertained their friend, Miss Delia Murphy spent last week Mr, Amos Stevison, Saturday eve with her cousin, Mrs. Evcret Ander-jning. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday April 29, 1920 Come to See Us FOR A LITTLE, DIPLOMAT By GEORGE tCsprrUhU E. COBB PAY YOURSELF DIVIDENDS 3 (lit, W.ilftn Nwrtf I'nUs.) DEPENDABLE Mis Cell "Humph 1" observed Ittnnd, "the Ctrl will Unit out that she I not coming to a palace or n piny I a .rry Morn nnd illffl. bnu.v rtilt tnsk before m but 1 shall not swrrre one lota from the ath of BY TRADING AT nt Furniture Bed Room Suites, Brown Mahogany, Dull Mahogany, Walnut, Ivory, Golden Oak, Odd Dressers, Chiffoniers, Floor Lamps, Desk Lamps, Ladies' Desks, duty." MIm lllnnil was Inking nn a new 1 It inwint responsibility. nn ".nrnston of the calm ami even life. mrr at of her mnl year she nnd n slush servant Im' ticen the tmlr occtinint of the l'M old falilont"1 home, nnd at the nf thirty, with one unfinished to rwnll. Ill Warnl nnd wt-t'- l down to definite splnstsrlwxM. Iter brother Holph had K"iw away his native town over elslittvn nr Itcforp nnd had tmirrhM a wi-- r t singer. Inter n iiiotIc actress. It ;w only on ran occasion that he vnmunlcatiMl with hl lter. Miss nn-i'-n r.innil, with her stralshthiccil of the glildy denUetm o'f n world nil frippery nnd Indolence, ntver Invited them to visit her. Ken when they announced tho birth of n llttl daughter. Muriel, she prcervrd a chilling sllenre. They drlfteil fnr her brother nnd hi npnrt. Then wife dleit within the name month, nnd moment ltnlpli almost nt his IUnnd wrote tn his sller tmplnrlne her to take Muriel Into tier chnrse, Hlnml Imd written OmdElngly Ml to some kind friend of her brother who were en ring for the penniless or plinn. sent them money nnd for n week wan busy prriwrlns n room for il gmt. Day after day, her with grimly set lips nnd resolute decision. MIm IUnnd formulate! plant In regard to the little lonely waif. "We shall havo n handful." fhe told old Mary, the houehold servant. ".Tint think what n apolUsI, willful child Muriel mint he, brought up In unreal thenter life nnd roaming from place to plum! You nmt with me, Mnry, In checking the lncs of discipline nnd disobedience Hint's bound to .cotno to the surface. We must he linn, even crlm nnd severe. We must set the child hnnl, practical task that will count for her good." And five minute after the little guest entered the house all the carefully studied system of .Mis IUnnd was mnheJ to smithereens. A , forlorn little miss of nr Pf Welchs CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP. ABRAHAM LINCOLN SAID: "I like to see a man proud of the place he lives in." SO DO YOUR NEIGHBORS. Economy as well as pride say "Clean Up and Paint Up, and keep it up". We say, come to us for everything you need in this worthy work. We have everything you will need for a good job of GALVANIZED ROOFING. We still have some Galvanized Roofing Only $9.00 per square. 50 lbs. Lard $12.50 GASOLINE ENGINES Call at our Implement Department and see the New Fairbanks-Mors- e Parlor Suites in all styles and finishes Dining Room Suites, Complete in all styles and finishes, Odd Tables, Rockers, Chairs, Fibre Suites, Ranges, Cook Stoves, Lounging Couches, fi.i tth lt Trunks, rxp-cte- Painting. All Kinds of Floor Coverings, Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. Tribble & Reynierson. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. BRYANTSVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis were in Danville shopping Friday. Mr. T. H. Grinter attended the K. E. A., in Louisville last week. Mr. John W. Bryant has pttn quite ill but is some better at this writing. Mr. Ezra Woods has the misfortune to brealc his arm last week cranking a lie Miss Pearl Johnson of Louisville, has been the guest of friends and relatives here. Mrs. S. W. Snelder of Somerset waa the guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas Itankln last week. Mrs. Charlie Rankin has been a re cent visitor of her mother Mrs. Hen Ilamm of Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Speake and 'Miss Ida Speake were Lexington vis. itors last Saturday. Mrs. C. C. Decker was the guest last Thursday of her sister, Mrs. Ken Moss of NIcholasvltle. Miss Elirn lion was called to Som-crslast week by the Illness of her sister, Mrs. Top Christopher. Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy spent n few days last week with Mr. nnd Mrs. ltobert Hutchinson of Danville. Mrs. Ellen Curtis of Klchmon'J spent a few days last week with her sons, Mcstri Forest and Floyd Curtis. Mcsdames W. K. Davis and H. C. Klnjr spent Sunday with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. Hcndron of Buck-eyet e. j WAGONS AND BUGGIES. Just received a car load each of wagons and buggies. We are selling these at an extremely low price and you will profit by buying at once. gasoline Engines. I f you want to lighten your burdens, install one of these engines and make it do a lot of your work. YOU WILL GET THE BEST IN A LEONARD CLEANABLE LEONARD Ten walls oi InsuUuon ace? cold la sai btat out Linings asoor. LE seared-looking- Lexington last Friday. Mrs. Ellen Curtis of Richmond, Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Curtis, Miis Allen Curtis and Mr. llussell Curtis were Lexington visitors Thursday. Sunday School day was observed at the M. E. church Sunday morning. A delightful program was rendered nnd was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. John Boner of Nich- olasville nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Boner f Georgetown were the guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker. Mr. Jesse Mcrshon of Corbin spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy. Mr. Mershon purchased the home of Mr. J. C. Williams. We are glad to welcome Mr. Mcrshon In our community but we are very sorry' to give up Mr. and Mrs. Williams and family who have been in the community for a number-oyears. Mr. Williams has been the cashier of the bank here and n good citizen. old Mnry, overcome; "Tes, come," unbent the fancied ogress. "I will truly lore you If you only let me," and she too broke down. I would mind "And I promised you' nnd help you work. lie said If I ever leeome the grand, neat housekeeper you were, I would turn out to his heart's desire. Tor oh I wo were so tired of roving from place to place nnd never knowing what home battered suitcase, nfteen, carrying none too well attired, Muriel stood nt tho threshold with big. wistful eyes aunt. Sudviewing tier stern-facedenly down went the suitcase, tho plendlnglinnds wero extended. "Ob, dear nunty, please kiss roe, plenso hug me. If only once, to show that you love me, for jou are alt I have In the world now!" she quavered. d The poor yearning darling I" lit-tl- o blub-!ere- REFRIGERATOR Allows coMdryair, tnt circulation of broutt back em f to wood expose I V oci InsUt 1 fl BW I PTv&P.-s- V r.lnr-iMPrpt su V. ssta 11 Hsry all rocul rsmovabWU karsck. IMrt'BHUJ II II. sssi I Puree Uin 'btdnf brouch? way tofdftet &xx frama. No wood cipoaM rniMr. No Pull rourvVJ rracka or jinu anywhrra. tpn Nlcktl pUtttl lyxvruiUnf lew locu ana tuna Patent rtmovibk drain plpt and tra J ONE-PIECE I I Rttinnnl ttmosabU) vrut thclim f rini Inwiii ;fri hp PORCEIwMN LINED f The Ladies Aid Society of the Pleasant Grove church, met ut the liome of Mrs. W, K. Davis Thursday aftenoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. DIckcrson and llllle daughter, Ituth, of Lancaster, Mr. and MrOM. O. Kennedy were lit 40 or 50 FARMS FOR ed each other after that. "Vou tire "Little girl." spoke Many men have a soft spnt in their so nice nnd friendly to everybody I hearts for humanity until they are bellevo you would do n klnd!ies fnr me." asked to foot tho bill. "W, sir," assented Muriel, If It Better buy that pair of overalls to- Is right Hint I should." "Then, listen. I nm about to remove day. Tomorrow they may object to I go, the lowly estimate placed upon their from town. I wlli before once howmore. over, to see Miss IUnnd monetary' value. Do you think If only lo sny good-by- . she would see met" "When would you call, Mr. Lang?" demurely questioned Muriel, but with n gnut Idea suggesting Itself. the neck. " Muriel took tho notion wo particularly Adapted to her Aunt Celln. "Please try It on, won't you, to "Ton will Yes, there is a fixed valuation to a plenso mer she pleaded. is all you can get out of it. look so nice In It." smile. It Terhnp. I will, some time" prom And still spring gets in an occas- Ised MIsm Ittand. Ono day Muriel was balled by ltobional peep between blizzards. resident of the ert I.ang. n long-tlmHe of Kood cheer, brother. That, town. Muriel had learned that ho ut least, has not been boosted in eras the center of the ono romance Iny Aunt Celln's life. They had kept price. for some time when a lover's It pays to take time by the forel- quarrel inndo the ono resentful and ock. Otherwise it may get you by the other otMlnato. They had' nvold- - Cracks at Creation. t meant." Llttlo Muriel, given n room to sweep, put two In order. When she dM up the dishes the pollstied them. Gradually Muriel brought Aunt Cello to underatnnd that her father nnd mother had been rnre helpful Muriel had children of the world. brought with her soma of tho old tnovl j costumes. There was one dress that FURNITURE FURNITURE. Our stock of furniture is one of the largest and one of the best in this part of Kentucky. Our prices are right and we certainly can please you with our selection. If you expect to buy any furniture, you will make a mistake if you do not see what we have to offer before you make your purchase. o com-jran- SALE OR EXCHANGE. If you warit to Buy a Fnnn change a Farm two Sell a Farmor Ex- W. T. KING It F. D. Tho Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. No. 1. LANCASTER, KY. 'Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. TiMiiiirrriu' lilffht-"Very well, I will answer your ring ami let yon In." "Tomorrow night" wns the ovenmg when Muriel had Induced Miss Illand to array herndf In tho dres her mother hail worn. Muriel wns compliment. Ing her on her npenraiice when there tho doorbell. To the entne a ring eiiibue-jssiiiiof Miss Ittand (be next moment ltobert Lang entered the Arties room. little Muriel, heart mender and friend to all humanity, cloS4il the door upon tho twain. ltobert Lung stared In ojk'0 admiration nt Miss Illand. Never bad she Rolled so lovely, "Oh, how could I havo stayed away from you so long!" he cried, nad In the sincerity of his genuine adoration h r.Und knew that the osfaes of U. old llrv of loit wr not dstd. nt it WELCHS "Kentucky! DEPT. - STORE KENTUCKY. Grctet.CMtry Store." BEREA, - mtxttamti tnxHxtmKmmrKmHxtwi Section 2 THIRTT FIRST YKAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 2 8 Pages. NUMBIR 8. 1920. ON TUESDAY APEIL 27th, WE STARTED Big1 A General Reduction Sale on all our READY-TO-WEA- R Stock of GARMENTS THIS INCLUDES ALL TAILORED SUITS, SILK DRESSES, SHIRTS, SHIRT WAISTS This Sale is rendered necessary by the unprecedented backward season and bad roads, and is a rare opportunity to secure end of season prices right now. A B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. LIKE NEW MAN AFTER MAKING 28-POU- GAIN Tru-tona- Remarkable And Con's vincing Story of Restorative Powers Told By Mr. Lee. Apr. 23. "I'll Louisville. swear by Trutonn and 1 never expect to bo without it again. "And why pent houldn't I ? After I hod hundred of dollars for other modi-cinone bottle of Trutona did mo a much good as nil the rot put It placed my system in perfect condition and I've Rained twenty-epoundi in the bargain." In ight hit own words, the foregoing is what Mrs. J. I). iUkoti has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Carl Hots and family for the past week. Mr. Kff Grant has purchased a new Chevrolet car from Smith and I'rrwltt of Kirksvllle price $000. Mr Rollle Simpson, wife and ion, Lucian, was week end guests of Mrs. J. H. Ijimbert and Mrs. Zack Simpson. DEMOCRATIC WOM-EVOTERS FORM CLUB Eighty Seven Charter Members of Body Elect Mrs. Samuel Wilson President. K. e, Trutona, the Perfect Tonic hns done for Ilary Lee, an employe of the Seel-bac- h hotel, who lives at ICC1 Gallagher Street, Louisville. "Stomach trouble together with of nn attack of the After-effecpneumonia cnuied a general breakdown In my health," he continued. "I became conitlpatcd and suffered headaches. My appetite was very poor, it seemed I never wnnted anything but n cup of coffee, 1 did'nt strop well at nlnht." "Well sir, I weighed only 130 pounds when I began using Trutona but today I tip tho scales at 158 n gain of 28 pounds, I haven't had n headache for weeks and my former nervousness is n thine of tho past. And my nppetltc well, I eat more than my Income will stand. I'm full of life now, enjoy my work and I know I'm In perfect physical condiand my tion. "My father-in-lathirteen-year-olson also took Trutona and It helped them greatly. and healthy and My boy's strong Waning weight now." Trutonn is sold in Lancaster at Adv. McRoberta Drug Store. ts d Quite a number of friends and re. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hardin Sunday. They spent an day. We are glad to note that Willie 1'rewitte who hat been very ill of fever is improving. Hope he will soon be out again. Mr. Letcher Simpson, wife and little daughter, Alice of Madison county have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Stack Simpson. Mr. Manrlcc Wheeler of Lancaster has been down on his farm fencWe are glad to ing and repairing. have him back again. Mr. Frank Mr. Itillic Simpson, Humes, K. Ijiton and Itichnrd Simpson were out boat riding on Paint Lick Creek, Sunday afternoon. Mr. William Simpson, wife and little daughter, F.ltle Clny, were the week end visitors of Mr, nnd Mrs. Henry Humes of Madison County. Mr, nnd Mr. Carl Prewittc are e nt the of their son Willie who has been very ill of fever at Mr. nnd Mrs. W, T. Watson of this place.' Spring time is here with her green mantled fields nnd the echo of the birds' voices seem ns though it cheers up the farmer. Makes him mora industrious as farming Is progressing rapidly now, lathes viiitcd NINA. Mrs. Ollle Grant and Mrs. Willie Ross went to Kirkiville shopping, Monday. Horace Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. spent Monday evening with Willie Prathor and wife. Thank Partial For Ballot. The Woman's Democratic Club of Fayette County was organlxed at a rally in the Phoenix Hotel Friday afternoon with a charter membership of eighty-seveA keynote of the rally was an appeal by Mrs. Harrison G. Foster for party harmony and to heed tho call for the county convention on May 1st, quoting a letter to nil Democrats from Col. P. H. Callahan, Chairman of the State Administrative nnd Cnnv pnlgn committees. Miss I.nurn Clay urged prompt or ganliation and acquaintance of the campaign Issues. "Wc want to be so early in formulating our opinions that our attitude will be known when the state convention is held in Louisville May 4th. Will Communicate Report. Communication of the report on the club's organization and its pled ges of with tho state organiiation was left to Mrs. Foster and Mrs. A. M. Harrison, both mem bers pf the State Committee. Officers of the Club arc: Mrs. M Wilson. President; Mrs. Arch Hamil ton, representing the county; Mrs. George It. Hurt, representing the city; Mrs. Will D. Oldham, Secretary and Miss Nuncy Lewis Green, Treasurer; Mrs. Powell Ilosworth was elect, ed Chaiir.an of the membership committee. tils you After A committee on resolutions, composed of Miss Lnetitia McCauley nnd Miss Catherine Christian proposed the following platform, which was adopted unanimously: I iiHiissllinlb BtofMfeedKMMC Platform It Adopted. The platform follows: "Recognizing that the principle of woman sufferage was definitely accepted by the people of these United States in 1010 when all political Lascstter, Ky. paties endorsed it in their national R. E. McROBERTS, bed-sidt; Vice-PresideT-a-hntyt platform, wc as women of Kentucky take this occasion to express to all parties our grateful acknowledgment of tho gift of presidential sufferage by the action of the General Assembly of Kentucky in 1020; "We nccept the necessity of party organization to direct public action; nnd therefore under the responsible ty of citiienship inherent in the right to help choose the President nnd of these United States, we affiliate ourselves with the Democratic party with the purpose of uniting with others of thnt party in forwarding the candidacy of the best men for the offices without fnc tion or prejudice; of maintaining the inviolability of the Constitution of these United States: and of stand' ing for America for Americans." Lexington Herald. Vlco-Preside- nt PASTOR Saw Negro Breathing again. BUCKEYE Mr. Sale Hurt is able to be out on faith from a passage in the Old Testament, in which he described the leprosy of Kaon, the great biblical warrior of that period, and how Klljnh healed him by the injunction that he submerge himself seven times in the River Jordan, when, he was told, his leprosy would disappear. In making n practical application of (Owensboro Messenger. faith he described nn Incident of a re The matter thnt most vitally con cent visit to Memphis, Tcnn. Dr. cerns the Democratic voters in Ken- Gibson said, in substance: tucky this year is the election of "While in Memphis last week I was full Democratic electoral ticket in wonKentucky may depend the choice of told that it contained the most No Factionalism. PATONIC BGBBB a president for this country for the next four years. Upon the election of a Democratic senator in this state may depend the political complexion of the United States senate for two to six years. The loss of one or two congressmen in Kentucky might dc of the tcrmlno the political make-u- p next house of representatives. The loss of tho state by 10,000 to tb Democrats last fall need not dismay us if a reunited party goes into the battle this year. The rank and file of Kentucky Democrats will have little patience with any factional fighting in the coming stute convention over the election of state committees or expressions of presidental preference. Tho great and single thought that should be in the minds of all dc. legates is harmonious action and a determination to allow the San Francisco convention the widest latitude in its consideration of the best nomination to be made. Many Important developments may come between the 4th of May when tho Kentucky convention will meet and the 28th of June when the great gathering at San Francisco will take place. Kentucky Democrats will, after San Francisco, have a great fight to make and they should have no unnecessary handicaps. Baptist Church, preached last night April 23th. Miss Virgie Watts was the guest of Mr. Mai Carter and family Saturday and Sunday. Mr. J. P. Prather spent a few days in Lexington with his daughter, Mrs. James Stnpp. Miss Sallie Noel was a guest of Mrs. Joe Kelley in Lancaster on Tuesday night. Mr. Edd Dlckerson of Richmond visited Mr. George Rny and family Wednesday night. Mr. and Mr s. Jasper Noel of Madderful negro man I have ever heard ison county, spent Thursday with of; that this negro could blow his Mrs. Ollie Bogie. breath on my handkerchief and set it Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel of Madafire. I said it was impossible; that ison spent Sunday with Mr. A.' C. I could not nnd would not believe Miles and family. that such a thing could be done; that Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill spent a ouch an almost Impossible freak of few days last week in Lancaster with nature I could not believe until it had Mr. nnd Mrs . Smillie Hill. been demonstrated to me and others Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel and daughin my presence. ter spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. "The negro, who Is a devout Chris- Henry Arnold at Hynttsville. tian, tiO years old, was brought before Prof. Cranflll of Georgetown spent me with a number of other ministers present. His sleeves were rolled up Saturday night with Mr. Hugh Kurtz nnd he was made to wash his mouth and attended church hero Sunday. thoroughly with Ice water. I held Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Sanders and my handkerchief before him nnd he daughters spent Sunday in Nicholasblew his breath against it, and to my ville with Mr. W. H. Gulley and fam- astonishment, it was set fire. Here y. He showed it is the handkerchief." Mrs. Minnie Urogle and daughter, with four burned holes In it to the Elizabeth and son, Samuel, of congregation. were guests of Mrs. S. N. "Now, if you don't bellevo me go to Norford last week. Memphis and see for yourself," conFrance invadta Germany again. tinued Dr. Gibson. "This negro man is employed in the Illinois Central H. C. L. it after you. We will help Railroad shops in that city. He has you defeat him. Come down and been offered $700, a week to exhibit tee. Freth Catfish Friday and Sat Tho.. 3. Pieratt, Buckeye. this wonderful gift he has possessed urday. since a child, on the stage, but has Mr. Wesley King died at his home refused, saying that the good Lord near here April 20, He was 70 years endowed him with this remarkable old and leaves a wife and Ave chil gift and he would not commercialixe dren, and one sitter, Mr. George It." Thompson of Hourne Mr. Reather Irvin sold a marc in Nicholasville on Monday. Mr. Oscar Ray purchased two nice cows in Nicholasville on Monday. Power of Faith Subject of S.rraon Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford and family were in Nicholasville Sunday. Preached by the Rev. Mr. Cibton. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Smpion spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Inspired by the missions of James Noel. Moore Hickson, the Rev. Finley F. A boy made his appearance at the Gibson, pastor of the Walnut street home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ray on Flames The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 29, 920. 1 EXPENDITURES OF ARMY Dodge Brothers BUSIN&SS !' SALVATION HUPMOBILE THE ECONOMY CAR" So named because It uses lens Knxoline nncl oil than any car on the market. Would be pleased to Demonstrate and prove to you its Kood points and hill climbing abilities. SHOW $13,257,552 Commander Evangeline Booth Makes Public Annual Homo Service Fund Accounting. EXPANSION 6rR OF WORK IN NOTED J. E. Fig-- ELMORE 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. ALL DEPARTMENTS Popular AGENT FOR GAKUAKD and LINCOLN COUNTIES Orginlution'i Budget for 1(20 TcUlt $10,000.000 Details it urea for 1919 and 1920. ' KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. I Kh kol.-i- l ,rL" rf -- Tl New Vork, April 12. Kxpanon and advancement In every department of Salvation Army work n a refill! ot the HUH Home Service Pund nreMioun In a full accounting of that I'lind jut made public by Commander Evangeline Month at the National end quarter of the orgnnUaMnn here. The financial statement, which I of January .11. HC0, oliowa total expenditure through 4 out the country tip to and Itirludlnc that date of ?ia257,.V.'A with n re mainder on rami fur the four month to Ma 31, of t10,l 10. fetalis of tlw Maletttent dli-ntlmt theMiw .if $1,111, ISA wh ,xfended up t" January .11. for the loaln- tenance of toil eorp and ottMw! In all part of tlio United Mate. Thld item fnrnV rental of lmM and their mtiliitrtiMiice. mlarle of 1.M( orileer ih. ixrfeiic f M()rk for . l.ll.lrrn and w line lo.le. tie rmt of all locitl r 11 - 311 lll-IH- E COME To Sunday School and stay to Church on DAY MAY 2nd. i 1 9 20. ASSOCIATION, KENTUCKY SUNDAY IE SCHOOL Incorporated. rnr i ! w.rk of uhatetrr nature. wh exietMllure a mar-e-. irmtiiu. M.itlonvry uml the Ilk In ll peri"l .y the rex.rt the :..i of ! ftv - WUK px,.,,.r,j I. hinv 'our prt.vin. tni R, dlviionni I.eitilipmrterH for frv.li nlr farm rt relief work of 'aiii. n.niprrti.-nh- f a I ti.lul nature nbMHtft the poor, ur li 'del. ml 3F1E iri i 1 V-r.il T anil tlt J Noticed It at Once. Sea Otter1! Fur Valuable. I am the owner of two dog, a black coat or clonk of genuine era otter l Is north more than It wvlsltt In golil. cocker nwmlel and 8 Mint'Scotch terrier. One day n tittle girl Wlille the Mn nf tin- - onlitiary fresh. Ye were water otter have no pnrticuhir value came In tn play with tn the fur market, the pelt or the truo out In the jiinl, In.:1, i: ittlug uu urn otter In Unlay the most valunMo the (Hircli. when I noticed tlmt he of all furs. The sen otter wti former- would look Intently at me. then at ly found In conslucnftile abundance off the dog. She did that several time., (bg don't look the cuaM of Alaska, but It Is now then nld. "Why. one hit like you." Kfhinse. nearly If not iiiltc extinct. A Imig-halreitlo-mr quarter the over leht ar.d illrwil..ii of alt crp and linllar artltllle tn their Jnrllleil.in u well ,i tl..ot Sulvatloii - ritarel. , Tbene are charge! with tin-U- head- W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Moon Influence! Nervous System. Hie Greeks regarded a full in.MHi.n favorable for great enterprise. Tnl n bal of phylologlcal belief hn truth. tiecHUfu It It now known tlmt ytem the norvou Iniluenretl by the lunar cycle. Hence there are period of tltnl energy when the )ijlrnl and tnentnl rnimrlty at It height, and It U then tliat uccv way our undertaking. 1 nl Array effort to uiMtrettrttml IIWtH mi l llenre, th Item lnrlwh- -i ul Mlarle of eioeutlvo otllci'r, of rlerleal and oilier empluyeaw, Heeewar trnvrllnc of winso, the advert!a4nc. ( ami a H.rtliti of the expendlture Ineldental to th of the lliutnclat rnimlstn. Details of Enptndlturei. Other Item ili'ialle.1 In the report Include the um of lE!UW, rerr-netitlnadndnlKtnitlve and other ex pene twtme by National Ilearqunr-ter- a In New Vork and TerrltorlaJ Head qunrtent In Chirac": Director and RfidfiH Embalmer. r Phone 33. ex'ne, ot Ollice Phone Kentucky. llb'tw e TWO LAHCAST IS ES ent;nc the rout of opiTatlnc and main talnlnc 2." reiio honu and tnaternt'y lioitati. for One Combined Residence & Garage AT AUCTION ON DANVILLE STREET, CLOSE IN WE WILL SELL TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, . slum nettleiuenta arxl nurerlea; and f ll.fX apMirttoiietl acrordlns t the UMU budget for the pennlon fund for aped or dlmWetl Ollleera. Mii.t klcrurt. mil. an Indicating the remarkable advuRcwtient made by the Salvationists durlne the pa year a result of the HMD Kiind contributed by the country, nre-l-he llftlm of tn the amount of Sl.SSI.lU'l and the outlay of $7,VlStS3l for new f.ulld-luand additions nmUns n mini of tnort-races n ireneral hopltal mid one ! children, 1 ch'ldren'a home ami It ' ' WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. $S.0l!t.:.2S. upon the Satva Imw been o nmrh Crentrr than lla Income that It ha labored under a treiueudoii liul. litiil-neIts otflcer have been redurf tn y year after year, and the or part Hitherto deinnml Hon Arm'a effort s Kanlintlon linn been handicapped In II operation. Not All Mortgagee Liquidated. Only a rt of the iiinrtciife Indeht-ednwa e SATURDAY, iWIY 1st, 1920 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. tho lnene, domnnd iiMin the Anny everywhere In the country belne n creat that lncren.ed and new facllltle for hoKOllal. renriie home nnd other Army luMltutlon rnlleil for the outlay of more than ?7,(K,000. Army olllvera hoK that the revponoe tn the Ifrjt) Home Hervlei. Appeal will be audi a to pcnnlt of the nipluc out of much of the remaining mortcace Indebted-tie.- , provide for the maintenance of jald off last year, how ever : THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Capital 350,000. A. It. DENNY, President. S. C DENNY, Cashier Surplus .30,000. J. E. STORM ES, Ilook-kecper. Vlce-rit- . the organization's ctahlliihcd nctlvltle and make urgently neih"d extension and development wiltile. The 1010 balanre .heet how the follow lite: C. M. THOMPSON, IIook-Keepe- Teller. r. J. n. HARItlS, Imlivldunl HUGH MODLEY, General LOCATION Within a stones throw of the Park Square, opposite the Presbyterian Church and Government Building, some location. :t,uj IMPROVEMENTS Reception Hall, Parlor, Dining Room, Kitchen, Living Room, Pantry, Lavatory, Largo Glassed in and Screened back porch and cistern at door; Four Bed Rooms, Hall way and Bath on Second Floor. Cin you bent it for a large family, for two small families, or a boarding house. Lot extends to alleyway, with barn, shsdi and other out buildings, and n dandy medium sized garden. BRICK RESIDENCE AND AUTO SALES AND STORAGE BUILDING Immediately after we will sell the adjoining lot with four room brick dwelling and long Auto Sales room, extotal tending through to alleyway with service shop at rear with front and rear entrances. Just the place to house a young automobile business. Here is where the Lancaster Dodge agency started and is now temporarily 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, Lights, Look this over for rent or for home. and TERMS announced at sale. Remember this property is ABSOLUTELY IN OUR national and territorial headquarten ; HANDS for sale and you make the price. for reacue houieii, nurseries, hoKpitnlii, Mum Mk and other FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS CONSULT D. GULLEY, OR rrvit-lrr. .d Out-building- s. Jn. urport or For corp. net I vlllc. ll.Ut.IIS.li IH7.:UI1 Mlnirnanr A of 31 itrttrtni UI lllV vlonal hdur u i.cu.cs Maintenance ot A ttrritu-ria- l hdqri. .. . C:i.CJ.J il.4II.CI ! Malntrnnnr of ftrr n womrn n1 ,. .. IIMft 7S loxuies l'cntlon fun. I Mortirai.i anil I SD.Ct.t! .rt..rtlr Total exrenilllurea 10 110 st furrlaht munlh U.:t7.ttlJ tr.rvf tur Iguras-ia- s It month .7. SlO.tlQ Orand (Amount tn lilt) ll.167.imo The Army's HCO budget. nklnj! for 110,000,0(10, call for UOOO.fxio to carry on lis eiancelliittc nnd relief work Jn 1.000 wimrule eentera; J.'I.WJO.OOO for relief work among the poor, slrk and unfortunate, work for mothers and children, and other wwlnl work" utnler provincial nnd divisional headquarter; f'i'iO.OOO for the maintenance of l. tnstl-ttitioi- lpnditure ' Iterv To 11. To May CB. WE SOLICIT YOUR nUSINESS. Swincbroad, Alex It. Denny, J. H.'Poiey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. g The way of the SAFE is the way of the dollar. It is no gamble. It is a sure thing. Follow the course of wisdom and place some of your earnings into safe keeping in the substantial banking system of this community. Get a book today. Get the saving habit with it. duty-doin- The SAFE Wuy i D. A. REAL ESTATE. Thomas J. R. Moorman LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. for women nnd uhlhlreti; IIMV fKHI for the retlreil olttcera' peiiklou fund, nnd U'.KM1 for the liquidation of mortpik'eM and the uoiulrlnc o( made necfary by the new Army's iwo extvt.slon urtrram. pr'-erll- J. J, Walker, L. G, Davidson, Cnshter. W. O. Rlgney, Asst. Cnihler. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Caihler. Wm. F, Miller, Teller. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. Vice-Preside- IL F. Hudson, President. - - The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday April 29, .A- 1 920 1 COMMANDER OF THE 94 Acres Madison County SALVATION ARMY . WE HAVE Blue Grass Sod Provided the Feeds iflBaaaaaaaaaalBaaaaaaaaaaaflBBaaaJ Tliat you need for sprint? use. Your Cows, Horses, r nd Mules need n change of ration which nerves as a tonic. bbbwsbwaE At Auction TUESDAY, MAY 4th TEN O'CLOCK RAIN OR SHINE. IHRCm ' .BaaaaaaaaV awawsBBBBBl FOR THE COW We have Mixed Feed, Brn Shorts, Sweet Feeds and Shomockcr a balanced ratio-!)- . FOR THE HORSE AND MULE We have Green Crass, Sweets and Oata. gEEEEEEEEEYfAaJa KEEH&TEeKeajSKJaTy v FOR THE HOGS duces thrift in your herd. Has everything in it a hojr relishes all at a fair price. We have Mixed Feed, Middlings, Corn mockcr, tho Ualancod ration that makes aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai sW'.vBWaT fat nnd and Shopro- This little farm recently purchased by M. A. Collins and ALL in grass. IT IS ALL TOBACCO LAND. "NUFF SAID". LOCATION: One mile from Richmond on Big Hill pike (Dixie Highway). Long frontage on pike. A number of Beautiful Building Sites. Will be SUBDIVIDED and sold to the "High Dollar" in a number of tracts Some 2 acre tracts 10 to 25 acre tracts. But remember I always sell to suit the purchasers and you can Jjuy just the number of acres you want. Buy this land for a home, for investment or speculation. A money maker any way you handle it. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS." Attend this sale and see how he does it. A square deal to d everybody. Will be sola without reserve, or limit. is all I ask. It speaks for itself. Look at this land It will appeal to you. Remember the date. Will be sold on easy terms. by-bij (.'omitmnilcr Kvai jjrl.tit- - tooth, IicjiI of tin- - .S'almtlon Army In the I'nlto 1 Sfatps, w.!l loaio for Hurope on ln- -' Imtncdlatctjr at tli- -, portant Imsim-of tin- - Salvation Army's 11C0 Homo Srrviro App'. May 10'JO, 'Hit Citminamlrr will not only In- ri'i'Ct the A'urrlrnn Section of Hit Army work now g.ns mi with tho Auierirsin troop at i'oltlrnx, ami oUht iiltit alone the In Umiloii wltft Ithinr, hut will liratmvrll l'.ootli, her Lrotlicr, (Icm-rs- l world hrail of Iho Salvation Army. The Commander Intend to rem air. lo 1indoii ten day. Shu will rii not only to Germany, In the Interests of her organization, hut to Ilrictum, whrre there ha ho u a vast Increase In Salvation Artnr work. In addition the Commander will hold nn 1 Garrard Milling Company rlc I LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Sal-vnt'- (Scr-man- y, BRYANTSVILLE GARAGE, lmiorlant tneetlns In I 'arts. , The Saltation Anny I the only relief orcalilration with the American 1'ows In (Jeniiany on the east side of the HMne It has five large. soldtorV clulis In the Ktil'ie country. We are ready to Repair all kinds of cart at the lowed prices. Bring your work and give us a TRIAL. We will treat you right. i S. W. Halcomb, Prop. Bryantsville, Kentucky. a (I ALL KENTUCKIANS ARE MADE WELCOME Booth Memorial HoiplUI at Covington It Operated By the Salvation Army. Swinebroad, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. , KentucUans from every part of thn e State will always flud a hopltahle at the famous I tooth Memorial Hospital, at Covington, whether they have money or not. Support of this hospital If one nhjeet of the Salvation Army' lloinelSen'Ire Campaign. y wel-(timM-10-2- " W mBBSBmcsmisaaaa DO YOU INVEST rjust Speculate? you buy a tire it in almost like buying n You have to lay out a substantial Mini of money. The tfre you buy has to justify your expenditure by WHEN quality tint! performance. It must pay hack your principal, with interest. I.ee Fabric Tires Io this. aiise tbev give vou lone, sure service Lee Fabric guaranteed a first Mi prove a good investment rtagc on, tire gatisfaction. ou'll find certainty of service in Lee Fabric Tires attil it always here to see that you get it.' 1 the home of the late Anton Shlulite, thu founder and promoter of the hrldsa cwnnectlns Covtnctoo and Clndnmtl, When the home wtu ereete1 many ymtni nso It wsa famooj all oter the United States as one of the finest In this section of the country. Mr. Shlnkle left the brautlfnl homo to the Salratlon Army upon his death, and since that time It has been used as a hospltaH It I strictly undenominational. Men and women from alt churches and representing alt creeds re on the ndvlsory hoard and the various committees. They an among the meat prominent citizens of Covington. Theirs Is strictly a labor of love, und they receive no compensation. The Mine care and attention Is given to putlenU lio have no money as to hofi who can afford to pay (art or Not u whole of the fees required. tingle patient without money has ever been tuned nwny from this hospital, although many patleqts who offer to pay are not received because of lack n The'lloolh Memorial Hospital was nalnt Mold b laid at ao muek a smsM wtl of covering, thU would quickly ihow why affalloasf Hanoa'a Greem Seal k mora ecoiomlcal Uaa "chMp" paint Add to thk Greea Seal's loafar ervice, aid new light la ihed on the quaattaa "Which paint la cheapaat?" Tf You need a traa tworthy paint on your property. that gives the maximum of coreriaf proteetlan and beauty. The exact formula, appears on erery package of Green Seal Paint On of room. OLD SIV Thirty per cent of all the cusct In ltooth Memorial Hospital have bee'i Tread fit ...... U. lit u . DKAl.KK'S IMPRINT .1 ' i4. . TV- charity patient!. This record Is by far the Ijest of any hospital In the United States. The medical staff of the hospital I physicians made up of the In this section. Dr. J. Ulxk Meek, a I'endleton county boy, Is chief of staff. In connection with the hns)tltal a nurses' training school Is maintained. Mies Catherine A. Webb ts superintendent of nunics. She Is an ciperl enced nun-- and has had work In the of th largest hospitals In the country Seven of the graduates best-know- CONN BROS., Lancaster, Ky. SAVE MONEY BY OUR . 1.. M4 .1' ttv umt it'iw In I v J 'a -- U..4 i' wui j I Tires sell-wha- of tho school went Into lied Cross work during the war, and two of them were overseas. They were Mlna Dun-lawtio recently passed away, and Ixsannah Sorrell, fonnerly of I'endlelloth of them ton county, Kentucky, rendervd splendid service. tSrent Interest Is being shown In lloolh Memorial Hospital fh all sections of Kentucky because patients are rvccKed from all part of the state, and part-pa- y charitable on well as full-pay Free Battery Service Call and let us Inspect and put distilled water in your battery. patients. "Smile at Miles" Tires are advancing every day but we are we have on hand at the old price. Laacaiter, Kentucky. t Salvation Anny oltlcers give 10 pr cent of their meager earning to charily. During the week of March as "Self-Denito April 5th, kuown Week," they cheerfully lave "what's left." Sth WE nPCHARQE, IILBUILD all makes of Batteries. The Salvation Army has a commissioned otllcer staff of more than 18,000 working In 00 countries and spcaklnj 43 different languages. The Hstvatlon Anny knows no Ice too difficult, uo Usk too great. Paint Lick Garage. Paint Lick. Ky The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 29, 920 1 MT.JIEBRON LEDFORD & RAMSEY MANSE, KY. 6an Save You Money We have a lot of that must go at once, at one half of what they would cost now, in order to make room for new stock just coming in. A full line of everything you need at less Homer Humphrey Is real sick. ImprovMiss Ruth Montgomery-ling slowly. Mrs. Penchle Grow spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. K. F. Scott. .Miss Sallie Darker who has been ill with tonsilitis is recoverinir. Mr. R. L. Grow sold to Mr. Hobart Preston his automobile, and purchased n Dodge machine. Mrs. Mattle Montgomery of Grove is with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Montgomery and children were quests Sunday of Mrs. Mary A. Sanders at Tcatersville. Mr. S.im Duncan who is painting tho dwelling house of Mr. J. II. Denn returned to his home in Burgin .Mr, a Or-cha- rd Sat-urd- aj Mr. Irvln Duncan and son Evcrctte Scott arrived Saturday from India napolts, Ind., to spend a week with relatives and friends here. Mesdames Elizabeth and Wllllnm Onstott entertained .Mrs. Sid Doolln and children and Mrs. F. W. Mont gomery and daughter Inst Friday. M tllCI)IHV .iijiunouuivi Fisher Hughes sold to Dob Ranktns ten shoots at 15 cents. I). F. ltnnklns sold 20 fnt hog to I 1 V. A. Lear of Loncnster far 15 a Mrs. r.dd .Nnylor entertalncil number of friends at dinner Sunday. Miss Whittakcr of Stanford has re turned after n visit to Mtss Dcane Hunter. .Mrs. Robert Nnylor and children spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. , c-' than market price. Highest cash price paid for country produce. LilHJBWfiHfMHfi'fflflia HE'S THE OLD RELIABLE year. You know genuine "Bull" Durham never on enemy; millions of friends. Genuine "Bull" Durham tobacco you can roll 50 cigarettes from one bag. He's the GRAND old "Bull". 300,000,000best there bugs Inst sold over fjlja:jOS01e SjtSJi W. M. Dlanks. Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Moberley were hosts at dinner Sunday to n number of friends. I have just purchased a new U. S. Ton and Half Truck, and am ready to do all kinds of Ij HAULING anywhere. If you have anything p you want done, call phone 22. m s Mrs. Willie Simpson of Lancaster has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Wni. Dlanks. Mrs. L. A. Durham and little son, of Richmond Ind., are visiting friends in this neighborhood. Miss Delia Rice Hughes of Lan caster was the guest of her aunt, Miss That's some inducement, nowadays. genuine: Miss Lucille HuiTmon of Mt. He bron spent the week end with her cousin. Miss Josephine Huffman.' S. W. HALCOMB. The church has presented Rev. Sknggs n purse to send him to the Southern Daptist Convention which meets nt Washington D. C. Like Heavtn No Parting There. "Show Met" Mrs. U A- - Durham of Richmond, English Inventor Altera the An About tho only advantage n bald- Ind., and Mrs. J. II. Turner and headed man has t that tic know, scratching and metallic round from daughter, 3IUs Delia Mae, spent Friwhen he brushes bis hair In the morn- - phonographic music by papains It day with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dur through more ttian SO feet of tin inc.' It will stay that way all day. ham, nt Lancaster. tng tilled with News. Bryantsville Oarage. Susan Sutton Sunday. BullDurham TOBACCO To pipe smoker Mix:u little "UULL-DUKiIA.- : M. ik.. your favorite with Feel Old? I TWO OF (j nri IT? in your coffee. It's like sugar A KIND npr I') Overwork, worry, anxiety or sorrow undermines strength and health. Thcto causes contribute to kidney trouble, and weak or diseased kidneys make one feel old lo middle sfe. . I THE BEST TOBACCO SETTERS ON nt a JMejrgdneJfflS 1 nirT rA v help weak, overworked or dlsc-e- d kidneys and bladder so that the system la I free from watte and poisonous matter that causes one to (eel old, lired, lan guid. They binlsb backache, rheumatic pains, sare muscles, stiff Joints. M. Y. wrltrK Mr. J, 0, M Mrs. Jamas Yantts was with Iain- w I "F.f mit UkSmS. sJ caster friends Monday. ta4 ib.um.tiuo. I htj . . I( ' l.:t mu.raU. oJ ail J. L. Vaatis sold six 100 lb. hogs to AO. r t.k. temthi-- . pltM rbr I twl l s HiHs I laaiwaboltl.i ( Mr. Tayler Raney nt t5 cents. bact.tl is (n, so4 wh.ra I as-- J t. Ur a w.k. si nlsM with ihrnnatM tin I fa Mrs. Robert (irhfffs was the guest 4 toU't MO." 1ms lo ccol.rt u--4 tatty Friday of Mrs. Beii Lang of LancasMcRODERTS DRUG STORE. GUY. -- if-r- -J rl.J ,,r ! tr-i- F-- in ter. BOURNE. Mrs. Rachel Marsco of Danville visitinK her cousin, Mrs. Scott Huff Is man. fcVr ssB daaaBBatfSgk't1 - ''BBBM aaaaaaaaaaa)BVaaBLsssls TIGER SETTER BEMIS SETTER WE SELL THEM BOTH AND AT PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE. ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK. BHI All I9VILLK) Becker & Ballard l KCniUkM. PHONE 27. ill Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean ami chillren wore the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet Jennings. Mrs. Bertie Lunsford and children of Stanford are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ha mm. Mr .and Mrs. Strander Grimes of Jessamine county spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Crank. Misa Lucille HutTman was the gUMt last week end of her cousin, Miss Jsephine I luff man of Mnrks- bury. Misses Lucille HutTman and Klva Jennings spent one evening last week with Miss Ruth Montgomery who hat been quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Cruise, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolln Miss Allio Doolin and Mr. Oicnr Lewis, nil of Buckeye, Mere guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pierce and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hamilton of Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker and little son, Eugene Cnvcll of Lincoln county, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Kului Range and children of Wolf Trail, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aldridge and children, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hamm and children and Mrs. Bertha Lunsford and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hamm, Mrs. Fred Cripgs of Madison spent Sunday with his brother Mr. and Mrs. William Crlggs. Mis Inez Ray of Teatcrsvillc, was the guest Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Master Karl Clark spent from Friday until Sunday with hi cousin, Jamer Milton Henry. Mr. Carrie Davidson was the visitor Wednesday night of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater visited Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Tuesday, of the Pleasant Hill section. Msm Mttrgaret Ruy was the at tractive visitor Thursday night of Miss Nelle Pelphrcy. Mr. and Mrs. Olllo Graham spent the week end in Lancaster the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Simpson. Mir-Lucy Marsee was the visitor last week of her sister, Mrs. Mack Turner of Marksbury. James Yantk bought of Mr. William Griggs a sow and six pigs for s Beazley and Miss Dorothy Beazley. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ray of the Danville Road visited Mr. and Mn.'Tdni Doolin Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Henry Tuttle pnt Saturday ntaht and Sumlay with Mr. awl Mm. Walker Rutmolls and fiscally at Guana Chaiiul. Mr. Patience Priehett of Stanford aftr n moRtb visit to her ttsiugiMer, Mrs. Henry Yater, returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Daelht ami daughter, Miss Allle ami Mr. Osar Lewis were visiters at Danville Saturday. 1m Littlo Mis Leotn Grigg re turned home after n visit of several s, doy to her .Mr. ami Mrs. William Smith of the IW grand-parent- dren, Master Klktoit and little Any KtheUne of IndMnnpolsa, Ind., are vfsitlng friend nnd relative here. Mr. Tom Turner and two little daughter. Vertte and AtneliA J., left gala-tin- y for Qray. to be with her mother. Mr. 'AtiiVHh Biggins, who is very ill with pneumonia at the present time. "Oh, Let's Dont". r.upl. With Thin, Pal. Li. tie. . And Want To MORE R i: DB LOO NEEDED. Tak And Say Pepto-Man-a- Blood Do O Are LlttU. CELLS Famous Tonic, "L.t's Go", Instead of "Let's Don't" $30. Mrs. Lula Dailey, Mr. and Mrs. Kdd M. Hurts and children, of Danville, were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson and recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred two sons, Robert Batson and Glen Poyntcr. Gordon, of Lancaster, spent Sunday 41 ins Carrie Sutton of the Poor with Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mr. Ridge piko spent Thursday night with and Mrs. William Sutton. Miss Flonnie Mae Lane. Mrs. Willtarn J. Romans and Miss Brown Holmnn and Carrie Bellu Romans of Lancaster, Mesdames Robert Griggs motored to Danville were guests from Thursday until Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. William SutThursday afternoon shopping. Little Willie Mae Beazley spent the ton and Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mrs. Alves Turner and two chil past week with Mr. and Mrs. Miley John and Rey Prathur and children, were entertained at an elegant dining Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker. Mr. and Mm. Charlie Tuttle, .Mssm Lucile nnd Nolle Turner, spout Sun-dawith MImos Mollic and Kthyl Barnes. Mrs. C. R. Henry nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Clnrk of the Islington Rond. Mr. nnd Mrs. Unicorn Pclphrey and daughter, Nelle, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Knson and Miss Stella N'aylor attended church at Buckeye Sunday A. y Ridge Road. Mesdames When normally healthy, ambitious people begin to lack energy nnd tiro easily uhott they are quickly dis ewirtiR! aad lew in vitality, it usual ly ismmm their bleod Ims grown weak. Sfh people arc culled anemic, or "rundown." Build up tho blood and you build up the health nnd spirit. is a plensnnt-tastln- g rod bleod builder and It centnlns the element which poor, pole nee to become, rich, red Popto-MiMMn- n ly bWd, W! Red bluod means rosy cheeks, hright eye, u clear brain, n firm tep. has placed thousand of people who needed building up In the energetic, vigorous clan. It changes tho "lcf don't" attitude to a "let' go" nttitudc. Recommended by physicians for thirty yenra and sold all over tho world. is sold In bolh liquid and tablet form. Both contain the same medicinal Ingredient. Buy n at your drug, gist's. Be sure the name "Gudo's" Is on the package. Without "GudeV It Is not Adv. Pepto-Mungan Pepto-Mangan Pepto-ManguPepto-Msnga- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April 29, S. A. ACCOUNTS FUNDS FOR I 920 "sH, Ja COLLECTED Disciples' Leaders Tell Need Of Fund. Confrrancas In All Parti Of Stale lUld At Which Raa.on. For Asking Monty For World Movement Are Clvtn By aftS0SS4 aaB CARDS. M. S. Buggies AND IN LAST CAMPAIGN Colonel William Evans Makes Public Financial Statement for "0 K" Province. HATFIELD DENTIST Speaktrt. WAGONS AT SPECIAL PRICES Also a big shipment of Wagon and Plow Gear, Breeching, Bridles, Collars, Back Bands Check Lines, Etc. We are making special prices on all these things and can save you money. Come and look before you buy. W. J. ROMANS i LANCASTER, KENTUCKY THORNHILL WAGONS Made In the Heart of the Hardwood Region Dl Over rough mountain road, through swamp, at logcing camps, these wagons did duty daily. Thus the fame of the Thornhill spread, anil the demand grew steadily greater. ten jf2r the automobile, the manure ami lime spreader occupied the time of many wagon makers. Hut Thorn-hi- ll ami to the farmer trade. stuck to the RING the pat Some say their location in the heart of the harduood region is the reason why they can build such a wear-proo- f wagon. And this is partly true. For pood, tough oak and hickory are thing Tough Highland Hickory in the very shadow of mighty forests of mountain hickory. The ground is hard the climate severe. The wood has to fight for life. So it grows sturdy and strong d and tough well nigh unbreakable. It has nearly twice the strength of hickory that grows in softer ground, which is usually brittle-bras- h. The white oak, growing under similar conditions, develops a similar toughness. The oak and hickory are dried outdoors under shelter and kept there from three to five years so piled that the air can circulate freely. The up dries in it. Their plant is located no man can male. Hut much is due to their modern g plant. Materials start at one end of the plane and come out a finished wagon at the other. Each man docs but a single tatk, and he does that task to perfection. labor-savin- close-graine- Hut to the mtn arc due many of the Tfiom-lii- ll g features. Years ago they attracted to their plant ihe masters of wagon building. They asked these men for improvements, and the men who made them received their just reward. Together they worked out more improvements than had ever been made in the twenty years that ucnt before. Let us show you a Thornhill and demonstrate tee-Nthe value of Thornhill construction. long-wearinlight-runnin) A Clan of Muter Build en W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Office over The Carrard Danlc. Rriidenca 370. The reasons for Kentucky Divi-rio- Phonri Office 5. KENTUCKY. More than a million and a halt dolWorld drive In Kentucky May LANCASTER, lar will have beta spent by the Salta- 0 to l were presented the pnit week tion Array In the "O, K." Province d ur- in conferences held in various part ic the twelve months endlnc May 11, of the State by some of tho lending according to the ofSclal statement last In the Disciraids by Provincial OQcer Colonel ministers and laymen ples Ilrotherhood in the State, The William Evans. Lexington had Ot this amount fl.290.7SO.OO bad conference held at the advantage of nn address by t)r. 11 last and been iptnt on January there remained a reserve of $221,034.00 Royal J. Dye, for years n mission- DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. to cover the amount required between ary of the Disciples in Africa, who Opposite Gilcher Hotel. then and the end ot May, malting the told of orphnnges and old men's 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. Office Hour triad total ll,Sl.7S4.0O. compelled to turn homes which were The greatest demand made upon the nwny npplientions for shelter nnd funds aTallable for this provlnco, enre because of their overcrowded which Includes Ohio, Western Pennsylnnd lack of funds for more vania. Kentucky, West Virginia and condition Tennessee, waa In the liquidation of buildings. Dr. Dye told of the need of hoson the property of the DIRECTOR mortjigp Army, to which 1100,755,18 waa de- pitals mid churches nbroad nnd said Glllo Over Nations) llsnk. voted, and In the purchase and erec- that if the $1.15,000,000 spent by tion ot new buildings to accommodate Ccnerul Pershing In his trip Into Residence I'honr 3. Olhcr I'borc;27 the greatly Increased work ot the or- Mexico nfter Vllln, hod been uied to LANCASTKH.rKY.t ganisation here. This cost J56S.837XJ establish churches, schools nnd hosThe debt which presented such a handicap to the work ot the Araiy In pitals, it would have provided for n thli, aa well as In other proTlnces, was church, a school building nnd n hosthe natursl result of a long period of pital in evury city in .Mexico with n sacrifice, open handed charity and population of 10,000 or over nnd support, d for years It has would have enabled them to be been tho custom throughout the counfor the next ten years. He Lick. try to aend tho needy to the Salvation tho Disciples hnd not "lifted n Army wltero they always havo receiv- said herfrom ed prompt and cheerful help; but It finger to save Mexico waa too often overlooked that some re- self." of President It. II. Crossf.etd, turn waa absolutely essential If the told of the Transylvania College, Institution waa to maintain Its feet. VETERINARIAN. The necessary support waa formerly low endowment of the 2(5 colleges Call Antvarad Promptly Day or not forthcoming In the offerings cast of the Chritlnn Church and of the Night. Phnna 317. Into the tambourine passed In meot-Ing- s desperate need for money if these and the Army haa until now found colleges were to keep nbrenst of tlw i .un ri '. ::y. i; It Imperative to mortgage Ita property times nml up to modern stnndurds In order to securo money for tho carrying on of the work. This old order He declared they needed not only u changed for the better last year when baptism of fnith, but n "baptism of the new plan ct making a tingle an- the poekctbook," a consecration of nual Home Ecrvlro Appeal to tae money on the part of those able to whole country waa adopted and when, devote it to the cause of the Muster Fine Cut for the first time In Its history, the in the World Movement. Army was enabled to liquidate any Other speakers were Mrs. Char-le- s considerable amount ot Ita delta and M. Allen Thomas, of Lexington, and to pay tho full salary of Its officers, Dr. Joseph W. H.igin, of Covington, scanty though that Is. PREWITT N. Support ot corps activities for the director of the state campaign. eight months ending with January took 1138.046.00 while thero remained a reserve of $llJ0O.OO to carry through May This money covers tbo SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. rental ot bulltflngs In places where the Army does not own Its establishments, The new Democratic Hnrmony lighting, heating and maintenance ot Committee n few weeks ago chose Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 these placet aa well as thoso actually Hnrry A. Sommers, editor of the owned by the organization, covers tbo salaries paid tho workers In this prov- Elizabethtown News, ns publicity JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. lnco and Includes traveling espouses, representative to handle the matter sent out to the state press during he Llksral assortment stationery, telephones and printing. Maintenance of provincial and divi- campaign. In a recent editorial in and lull vslua Slid sional headquarters activities cost his paper Mr. Sommers went out of J37t.SC0.00, while J105.73S.OO still re- his way to make an entirely uncalled XFURS mains unexpended and In reeerre to and for attack on President Wilson. What HISaaSkins maintain the work for the four remainever one may think of tho actions of Cast ing months. These provincial and divisional head- the President it must be remembered quarters exist for the purposo of su- that he is the recognized head of the pervising the work of the corps and the Dei ocrotic party in the United oxtenalon and development of tho Sal- States and that on the record of the The undersigned hereby give warnvation Army's undertakings generally WiNon administration the Democrats ing to all persons not to trespass upon expendiThis within their territory must go to the people in the coming tur lands for any purpose whatever ture therefore represents tho rentals is we will prosecute all offenders to and maintenance of buildings used for election. In his comment on the President of the fullest extent of the law. Hunt officers and headquarters, salaries and the expanse ot operating fresh sir the United States, Mr. Sommers, with ccs and fishermen especially talcs camps and relief work. that superior wisdom that Is often notice. Tills province's share. j::.0:7. went found in country newspaper otTices, Mrs. Cora rhlllips, R. L. Ellrin, to bearing tho expenses of national shows how the President "lost his Mrs. Emma Daniels, while the national penheadquarters, head" in handling the matter of the R. L. Arnold. sion fund which exists to provldo for of State Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hockley, grown old In tho resignation of Secretary ameers who have Robert tansing. The mater was Mrs. Emma lligginbotharo, service entailed the deduction of Republican "stutl" to be Edd nnd N. B. Price. more from the grand total of the goo.l provincial budget The women's work copied by that rabid partisan repub- S. C. Rigiby. for the Provlnco took 133.973. lican paper, the Lexington Leader 0. M. Anderson. The 119 balance sheet for tho slid from it was copied nnd used on R. L. Darker Province shows the following: the rlrjyt page of nearly every Kcpub-licH- ti B. L. Kcllcy. Expended to Ileserveto newspaper in tho state, with J. C. Rigsby. May 31 January 31 comments showing that it was writ- Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Kor the support ten "by one of the lending Democra- Thompson and Tracy ot Corps Ao-Harry A. $116,300.97 tic editors in the State, llvltlti ...:.$13S.04C3S Sommers, of Elizabethtown, and pub. Giving In Service. Maintenance ot Ilshod in his paper, the Elisabcthtewn Provincial and Twry woiiihii, nml every mttn, for Hint matter, olnmlil do homi'thlng to News," Divisional Headquarters 376.C50.1C 105.733.45 iitlfy h'r or hi cxUtrncc. Unions The Interior Journal doesn't beM a I ntonance lieve that Mr. Summer represents i wihhuii giro iih much ns she tnkt-In liability, and anybody but himself in his attack on an st'rvlro sho Is n community." not to thu Dr. Headquarters 22.C27.SO t Preai-itti- t the of the United States in lUthtT tovejoy. Women's Social 39.973.00 this editorial. It boliovos that tho Pension Fund.. 50,000.00 Democratic harmony committee hns Mortgages 100.7SS.18 CI6.C97.S9 put the wrong man in charge of its Properties Following a careful preliminary sup publicity and it believes that this mis vey ot noeds and requirements the take ought to be undone before it uj 1920 budget for this province has been too late to undo it and that someone i This money wilt be more in sympathy with the Demoset at 13.000,000 raised In the May Appeal and spent cratic administration and the matchhero during the next 12 months for less record of Woodrow Wilson as the welfare purposes dtnaltely exPresident, bo placed in charge of the plained In tbo foregoing paragraphs. from that Army makes a publlo news matter emanating The Salvation appeal upon tbo principle that money, committee. The Interior Journal does not bea medium ot exchange, commands the Incorporated material things which constitutes re- lieve that one Democratic editor in lief for tho worthy poor, the helpless 100 in Kentucky endorses tho sentiManufacturers of Pen'sct-Flttlnand needy, tho fallen and tho stricken; ments expressed in Mr, Sommers' upon tho principle that the officers and SPECTACLES AND soldiers of the Army have no deslro to editorial. Interior Journal. acquire or accumulate for their per EYE CLASSES sonat emolument any stores ot mousy Instead have dedicated or chattels, but thtlr lives to the work of relieving Artificial Eyes Hxypteki BaBaaBaBBSSl others; upon the principles that whits BACK Its members must lire decently, and Invisible Ulfocal Lcua . fekaul qantlaa If Hunt-- 3.1,. art therefor entitled to shelter and JjiU la th. tmiMI o KtKM, Tttlfr.StUawuna.ttca.r1c. lmt food, they seek no reward la this life twrarot dMraMatcS bnww Mini beyond the respect and appreciation of ln.laai tail!. Hunt'. fellow men and women, and that thtlr Vw , '! Um aa mii 4th A Chtstnut St a, they sr tssscially fitted, la Mmntr . Try C... today, r.k.rw. spirit and txptrttnet, both la LOUISVILLE, KY. HKaUjr for tale to handis aaoosy Jaslclowly and with utssest wlsdssa. STORME5 DRUG STORE. j s49fet J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. J. ft.Beazlev MINERAL H. ope-nte- J. PATRICK, Dentist. Pnint Kentucky. Dr. Printus Walker i nov Eonaker Flowers. John McRoberts. L The Wrong Publicity Man. Auctioneer POSTED ItO.-01- 0 s National as-c- .... .... Southern Optical Co. ; X-V V nNiy ceast-qusace- tw. '"i .,... The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 29, 1 920 If you nro its victim, try strengthening i Constipation Causes Serious ills your di- gestive xuxl diminutive organs with Nature's Remedy it's better than lixntives. S I Society Brand Clothes a i auairera rniuo iuui Most of thm contlntullr doi them j Mialtvn jillia. Jinn ao-- c inmni'i, mi. pur a nrxi ciinar- - Kctps the Doctor AtOay fnmilM cml Havm. "an I uu f ail I' .11 Kr ill- - rniuiumi ni frMM tint nor I' in liimn irIlia tn Irwiri. I ilir'ti or r.i t ,1 )iHl, kIm ) a I In In cm it ion. How many i; rill. atrrnstbn NR Today 1 ii- -l llri-rl- lr I rirs rtv Li-ula- a Io't , eI A l ! liMtnuatwa. miuul" lanari arimn ami bi ? I rl, U- , HI4- - id a - 11 iki rw itrf iK.ri tha ti-v'- A' Hon constant a I anil doting ntccj- - llr to I are consistent nn.1 with the times They nro more itiKenioiisIy fashioned, bettor fitting, better tnilored than many others we know of at the prices and it is remarkable what a dilR'ronce a well-f- it tin: Knrmcnt makes in one's appearance. Hack of the individual style ofSocicty Hrand Clothes is a pood groundwork 0f woolen fabrics and dependable tailoring. i i i Whr ifan't rnmlrln Mrtl to. l imir ronatimtlnn cat jour rilrm In aurtr stiapii lll tw tin that txmatant ilnuxlnr Von ran il l n If jrju al MrerMurr n St lux of Natura'a Hamad? (Nil Tahlcta) iixl txko ona each Meat for a wtk or a a. N'n Tablets ilo math maro than rauaa iaaaiit, IkiwcI n nrljr Tata mrallclno turn aria upon tha as wvU aa aUmlcullra or- itlfrattrs R. E. McROBERTS, Jar 'athl tiui Kmt It I U t i mpilr up I iluirmxhBF tlM In a r w ilara iwl to r,il r nreII Ynu lclnwllh fawlr y ju lltln nftn. iw tH alrticti -r r w r o"'!! nan ni 'v't n4 lowrla a i" c? r.CuIarlr V T4hMa. Try Naturaa It la U nn.l itj '1' mrJIitn tl H T'J iP w i r.:ir i line rnoujji l JLa aoHNjtuff'aUil guari llrmaily (Nit wr antral an I it n tiHiJul tr , 1 (I t KIIHB(T. rt.wt IliH WIIIKHK ltl IK1 rur ! . nmrr .oli '"l ilrunut Lancnster, Kentucky. Lancaster Fioui Mills Incorporated. Matter of the Celebrated and Popular Society fyrand Clothes are for young men and elderly men who wish to look young. They ar correct in cut, timely in thought, and of genuine value. All wool, tailored to a standard of quality that insures complete satisfaction to the purchaser. II WHITE SWAN 0 FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAK NO OTHER. $30 to '$70.. OTHER SMART Shirts of 'n assortments so Inrge Vfc &orir!y.Brauo asHV flW We do exchanging in wheat and corn. Our MILL FEED tests 16 per cent Protein. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L. that nil tastes can be satisfied. merit and particularly (lutira BijfJtJ ZANONE THINGSpleasini: pattern. President, Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. FOR, Neckties of service and unusual color. Shoes tbat typify the acme of com- - SPRING fort. MARKSBUKY Grren Hstcs sold a young mule for PARKS & HENDREN Home of Better Clothes" GUY. Mr. Newell Ham of Somerset Mr. and Mrs. Mi ley Ileazlcy were Sunday guests of Mrs. John Ilroaddus and family of the Richmond road. Mrs. Noah Marsec has returned home after a visit 'to her dutghter, Mrs. Mack Turner nt Marksbury. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray are receiving congratulations over the of a little son, "Harris Walker". Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus White and children were with her mother, Mrs. John Ilroaddus at Hynttsville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Killion spent from Friday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Simpson of Madikon. Mrs. Curie Davidson and Mrs Wm. Sutton were guests Wednesday of Mrs. William Romans of Misses Ollic and Fannie Mcrida und Mrs. Charlie Tuttle npent the day Wednesday with Miss Luclle Turner. Mesdames J. L. Yantis, C. R. Henry nnd Master James Milton Henry visited Mrs. Mlley Ilcailcy on al II 00. Mr. Kyle Itom has been sick for a few days. Mr. Robert Fox hat been ill for several days. Mr. Robert Fox sold 126 shoats to Hob Rankin at 15 cents. Miss Juanlta Dunn of Lancaster spent the week end with Miss Stella Doty. Danville, Kentucky. M on ilny. it visiting friends here. Meurs William and Gene Scott have purchased a Ford car. Mejurs J. I. Foley and Crit Turner spent Sunday at Cartcrsville. Mrs. Robert Griggs was a visitor in Lexington Monday for the day. Mrs. Robert Layton was a What Annoys Jud. Mrs. James Turner and daughter Jud Tunklns says that as a rulo he Mesdames Henry, Yater nnd Miss Delia Mae, have been visiting I'richett spent the day Sunday with wouldn't object so much to Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Morgan on the Crab n man play a plauu If he could keep Mrs. James Durham at Hryanttville. from watchlug the exprvatslon of his .Mrs. J. W. SLnuvs who has been Orchard road. ' face. visiting her mother and nther relativMr. William Ileazlcy and daughters es nt Cumpbellsville will return this Misses Dorothy and Willie Mae, were Irs, set-lo- viiitdt Wednesday afternoon Bt McCreary. i'elphrey Mr. and Mrs. Iiascom were with Lancaster friends Tuesday. Miss Mary Ilrown was tho recent guest of Mrs. D. A. Hervey at Paint Lick. Mr. Harry T). like spent the past week end in Richmond with the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner of Lancaster. Mesdames Milton Ward and C. R. Henry and children visited Mrs. vVil. Ham Scott Thursday. Mrs. Patience I'richctt of Stnnford is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Henry Vatcr and other relatives. Mrs. William Griggs and two little daughters were the visitors Wednes- StomRs'lCidney-Hr- v Lirtr day of Mrs. James Yantis. Kcp fys itnl orgara h.aliH V rie Ividson. Mr. and Mrs. Green I'oyntcr and resubrly taWau the world'- - duno family enjoyed n delightful motor dt'1 rmriy fot kidney, liver, bladd-j- r trip to Lexington Saturday. r.. ttL ccld troubled Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pendleton and GOLD MEDAL family of liuckeye visited Mr. and WOMB GZiCfc , Mrs. William Lane Sunday. M wtta4tlf ',ml '.'it!tfri.iMtt udV'wrac Mr. and Mr. Ollle Graham spent Klnaom. Ilrh. tXMt ffwit, dixvaraifi Sunday in Lancaster with her parents aiwr mainifaia ftilrj Huni'a !Uln baa rtlwfnj haa Mr. und Mrs. Milo jimpion. Tat National KtmtJr 01 111i.t1 fji JaOa of aucb caiaa. You cant a ntutlis and tndorwd by Qiiu VVIlhal-miea our Sfanay a,aj Miss Josephine Haney of Lancaster Try li al ow ilak At a!t ijruglau, tbi pent the week end with Mesdames Lmmk I- - tka Htata CU'.I iuuai. rata 7M at am mint kwa l STORMES DRUG STORE. Milton Ward and C. II. Henry, WATCH THE BIG 4 entertained at the home of Mr und Mrs. Homer Ray, Sunday. n Mr. and Mrs. Roy Praiher nnd of McCreary wero Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Walker, after dinner all enjoyed nn nuto ride to Stanford, via Dahvillc. Mossrs William and James Henzley returned home from Kansas City, where they intended n mechanical school for the past six weeks. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Tom Doolln and family ond Mr. Oscar Lewis motored to Ilrynntsville Sunday und weru guests for the day of Mr, nnd Mrs. Jao Pierce. Mr. und Mrs. Robert Ward und sons, Huroli! nnd J. T. motored from Kirksville Saturday afternoon remaining until Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr. V.. T. Rice und son, '.. T. Jr., of Richmond, were visitors here from Sunday until Monday morning, Mr. Rlcu spending the night with Mr, und Mrs. Itascom I'elphrey nnd Matter '., T., with his grand-motheMrs. Carchil-jdrer, , L7T q Why 11 olAI- week. Mr, Noel Hogle and sitter Miss i Francis spent last Saturday evening at the home of Mr Forrest Curtis. They formed a pafty together with the Curtis family and were visitors at Buckeye Sunday. The Udies Working Society will meet with Mils Sue Sutton next Thursday at 2 p. m. At last meeting the president pro tern requested each' member of the society to bring the price of one dozen eggt and turn It over to the treasurer. The Illble Institute has been postponed until of May, on account of the pastor not being able to get help until this time. At this meeting, dinner will be served on the ground. In view of the II C. L. th6 precedent of many years will be broken to serve nn elaborate lunch. A number of ladies declared recently that no rnks or pies would be served by them, only the plainest fare would be served. Suffer? w 1 Mr$.J.A. C.3, derr-- n, V, ' - . Y a 'Viy thu. '.r ., writes: . . .tu!- - fl The Home Beautifier MakcsOltl I'll nil tu re, Worn Floors, and Woodwork look like New again Tho cost Is small ami tho pleasure of doing the work yourself Is firr.it You'll bedcllalitcd with the fine results obtained by using y net turn In bed . . . the doctors Rave her up, and yc brought her home to die. S! "y y Vi mucliat .. t:J suilcrcd w . l!r.;. Hsv- - "yl Ing heard cl Cardui, we got It for her." Jyj Wyf fvf c mm CAHOUI j TIhj Woman's Tonic to lirprovj," .Mrs. Cox continues, "xtU hsd no troutts el . . . Csrdul "Iaafcwcb;3,thsbe-csa 7fv& woodwork. It Is easily applied, drlc. quickly and adds to the life und appearance of floors, furniture und . 'll FREE ri.i Ask for Color-Cur- It a Stain nnd Vurnlsli combined made especially for beautifying homes. Try a can today. Peo Geo comn la all slies, from up. Mide In 20 Ntlursl Wood sad Ccsmel Colors. While, Cold ssJ Siltr. Pre Gee tt li. cured Iter, and v.c l pralsca everywhere." We receive many thcu-tan- di ot similar letters every year, tcillaa oi tha Rood Cardul has done for women who suffer from complaints so common to their sex. It should do iri d und llooklet, of Itl I 1 ern Method "The ISc Mod- Wood." Finishing ' PEASLEE-6AULIER- T H-l- si. na Ca,il. I M ill louisvilu iNeoaroaaiso Ct.. IsAMIFACTlItEIS kenhocv McRoberts Drug Store. I HI The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday April 29, 1920 Igreat interest is More than When you let us supply your bv i;d(n, needs you Ret n Rrcnt dent tnoro ttu:i jutl at of o!r.fHJf5-pounmany feet of lumber-bund- le panels of Beaver Qcntu. of nana--oda SHOWN IN CAMPAIGN Sarvfc Big Salvation. Army Hem Drive Cemt t May Cltlin Art Organising. 10-2- 0 No i shr-e- e, bob! ox-M- No premiums with Camels all quality! r Scrvic. tliat helps you get the results you want at the rltht price. Scrvico first in planning the material LnowledRO nnd cxpcricoco in You jct tho benefit of our buil-Jai;- ; work more service in selecting proper materials speedy servico in dcHvcnnfj the Roods. You my for the materials. Tho aerviee pays for itself in the larpcr velum' oflmsinOT-- . customers. it brines through you to It will bo ono of the super-satisfied py Army Home Service Campaign, Mny Cltlnm who lire aaslitlng the Halvatlon Anny worker In the campaign nrc everywhere displaying the grvatest ruthuslnstn, ami It I predicted that the campaign will he a hip aucccea. The Salvation Army Is known hy Ha work. Kor yrani Uia earnest self, denial of lta ortlrrra ami corp mem-h- e ra has hn-appreciated by all who were acquainted with the splendid work atone. Corps am now maintained In txmlnTllle, Hopkliurvllle. Covington. Frankfort? Lexington, Aatilanil nn.t Mlddli-dwir- o. With sufficient mony corr ran x maintained In IMdunih. Henderson, Owrnboro, Howling Oreen. Newport, Innvllli-- , Cortiln nnd Mays vllle. It In hoped that enough money ran he raited during the campaign to IO-Sn Ileporla from all part of the state show ttiat grvat Interest la being taken In Kentucky In tho tile Sulvutlim bJ&'fAMELG - r".V nlus Camels pwt Kcr.H cr c...- e Turkish and choice D.psfr u.b- os pass out the . - $P m puff-by-pu- most vonclerfui cv;:.-ctt- o smoke you ever drew into ycur mouth I And, the way prove thmt statement is to compare Camea x wish tiny cigarette in the xvcrldl Camels have a mild mellowness that is as new to you as it is delightful. Yet, that desirable "body" is ail there They arc always refreshing never tire your taste. YnmrnsHi nosizsTtt BLKND (ICtKITTtl the$ establish may !? pushed with renewed zeal am! vigor. atate headquarters In Unils-ville- , with ii secretary In many coun-Ile- a of the mate, ko Uiat the work a ' Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpJ asan t ciaretty odor! Your say-s- o about Camcis will be: "My", but that's a great cigarette". l0vI0.1Hl tlBBBJBMIlBM? iI H BfV, I SALVATION ARMY BUYS Hopkintvllle Service Bastin Lumber Companv. - rt..r itwff "Y" BUILDING Men Pledoe to Further Ctme'i ii--, in t,rntilltUr ijoo cf ;o mrrStt or in Hmtf. f rromfnrrf I Sim rton for homm or OLlf tiiit jcr tn) (rani. XL J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Vinitoti'Salcm, U. C. r..t Dutlncia the Work. Thtlr Hearty Support .istoeGCssecQsoss3(issaasa8a3a9s :i 1 9 lTSZ3alBr 1920 "' ' I I J w SEASON 1020 Star Chester, 6470 IN OFFERING THE. SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER, Ct70, FOR THE SEASON OF 1920, AT MY FARM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER. KY., AND NEAR MtCREARY, where they met a nnrtor f prominent cltUent and ronoaiHaiali-t- ' th Ural. ScMii of thejeadlns lrtlni-nieti of Hopkintvllle were ready tu net l hind the movement nnd pledzed their hearty auport at the meetlne. Other prominent Pi their offers of auppo't were ltmnnl iKtotnn, past- .- of the Klrtt Uaptlat Chun-h- , formerly of lulrrillc; Itev A. It. Kaey, pattor of the Flret ilethodUt Ctiurili. and Iter Everett S. Smith, paatnr of the rirxt I'lirlttlan t'hnrcli Member of the Hoard of Plrcelom of the Y. M. Cj A. were alMt present. The Y M. t'. A. hulldlns wna erected aopio year nco, hut a debt hat hunc It. A Hpkliiville bonk held u mortrace and filed Milt to forecloto and the Salvation Army hid In the property. The building I In the reti ter of the rity, la built of concrete blocks, and hm thnv Morics. On the flrvt Boor la a central nKomhty room, on the tecond floor will be the Salvation Army eorpt headquarter., aed the thlnl floor will be ued for einerseney caiun. Many chance be made In the building, and whr:i completed It will be Ideal aa a community aoclal welfare center. Kntoy Heno' Valller haa le-In eharse of the Salvation Army work "n Hopkintvllle for the pant live jeora. 4 The Salvation Army hat txmzht the nt Hopklnarllli' Col WlllUtti Kmn of I'lttidmrc the ehlif provincial Hirer, ami Itrlcadlee l.ivid i: DnntmiH, dlvUlnmtt olll'fr. cf Cinrlonati, rrwntly vIMled llnpklii-ville- . Y. M. C. A. Imll.tliiK arr s mr ..m s i 4rmi'.ii iiiij.ai.' Bi.,iBeL.-- a Self'SacriflcIng l'n-re Minima, lr little tmv n cur m tt i. ,.d ri'wd whoe tnther U.is r jenra. Often we "ak i'f 'id i In a rllytlip manner on aceour.t r hit lima. Yeatenlay my youngest ruM.ed Into the houio exelulmlnt:: Mllae you heard the newt? Jntnle'v .'iHiiiiija haa cone and married a papa for luin." Chicago Tribune. Is a ft-- 1 Why Creathe Throuoh the Note? .i for breath.ns through the . trad of the Mouth nr-- i (I) the air: (2) to tnolaten the (") to remove, the ilutt and (I) to proddco moro auction efieat, which helpa draw blood '.e liingt as well aa air, thus the heart and more easily .e MTond wiml. 'i I" t '! to Tett Colon. tlectrlc Inttniment !i .fned for textiles wnll papvm, 'inc materials, etc.. and with a I arc light applies the fndlnc Tpeelar-Lig- ht "j color-ieKtln- e of the sun for 'M dln-ctl- , c tested at once, each tartly covernLso that the faded eomparel with "r en n he ' irldnnN. Us mny be horn. Forty orr AUCTION SALE OF The Joshua ftdams Subdivision TO THE CITY OF DANVILLE. GOVERNOR COOLIDGC ACCEPTS. AT 1 $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL z m a : x with richer blood line, than any S4Ile StulMon itiin.tirtr at three timet the fee. He hat for hia fire Champion lleurbvn SUr. v. ho won in more claaiei than , any home in Kvatuck) Hunni; hw hov career. Rjnrbon Star wa ird by Hourlmn Kinj:. he by Hour-bo- a Chief and o on down throuch the Clilof family. STAK C11KSTF.R. U0, by Itourbaii SUr, WVi. he by itMrbon Kmc Th8. he by lfeurhn Chief. lT6. lleurbcn Star'a 4am Ktfo i!4mB. 2214. by ClMttor Dare 10. STAR CHfWTBrt'S dam wna Krmie Dare, S33U, by Dare 10. Seeewd .law DauRhter, Dare Detil, Ii70,"liy by Cheater Dure, 10. You can really tea I am wTenajr the bleatl which it in our Cwmii.n SatblW Horcea gf the day. Will alto at tha tame time and place atoml two foHl b:ive I am otTer.nc a Hone (Sovernor Calrin Coolltlge, of Masa rhusetia, haa accepted the chalrmun-sblfor New- - England of the Salvation Army ItrJO Home Service Appeal, according to advices received by Commander Ktangelltie llooth, head of In this country. An iiouncemetit itf Franklin K. I lie's lie. rcptance aa national dial mm n for the Salvation Apiwal waa made recently. "The Salvation Army," Mid tho tloiernor In acreptlug the chairman hip, "haa never censed to luttlll true Americanlam In the uilods anil hearth of thote iieople who, bcerniM of their circumstance and itotltlun In th world, t tils wonderful urguulzntloii alone haa been able to reach. The Salvation Army taught lta grout Ickxin of AmerlcanUtu on the tiring line of France; It Is carrying on the same Ideals during this trying period of j CHr rrattt jack. : Chief Napoleon, 5107 A VVHX STAND AT $10.00 TO INSURE $25.00 FOR JENNET, LIVING COLT.. tfkiaf Nopaleon. 5107, haa provtn himaelf to be a Boil Joawat Jaak. Finis Napoleon, AT $10.00 TO INSURE. He is 1ft . f;M Hr week. Commander Evnngellm IUmiIIi, who la In command of the Salvation Anny throughout America, had an Income of lea than $1,00 for the patt year, according to Uie tuv man. The pay of Salvation Army olllcera runs from f'AZO ikt week to less than TEN O'CLOCK. On Lancaster Pike via East Main and Atta Avenue. WITH 140 ACRES. 5 AND 10 ACRE TRACTS PRIVILEGE TO TAKE AS MANY ACRES AS YOU WANT AT SAME PRICE. Two story One tract of 30 acres with improvements. Two room concrete Eight room concrete Block Dwelling basement. Concrete Silo 16x45. Stock barn 60x100. Pure, spring water in large concrete tanks. Most of this tract is 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. vir-gin.Bl- 5; Saturday, May 1, ue BUY FOR A HOME, INVESTMENT OR SPECULATION d Will be sold without reserve, 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. EX Moss or R. H. Dever at my offices at Danville, or by-bi- Uk hiph, yelbHV,witli white paiHtt, bane and bad? awl (me head nnd vara. thh year, I will Kive A I am itandlni; twu j;eod t breed their itaek at a reaionable low the farm cm a ehaaee 4 aa4 ' JaU President Wlltou ajya, "No nnt who haa watchol, even superficially, the work and progreta of the Salvation Army, can fall to feel the dcvH'tt nnd moat sincere Interest In lta auo CtlM. - fee. I will retain a lien en all colt rah!, and muit be paid at once. Care taken to prevent aceldentaTiut not retpontible thuld any occur. All my atoek will be In charge of my brother, Eugene ' llradthaw, at my heme plate where they were lait year.- - Jlare until teaion money la. trantferred er bred elsewhere, forfcita Iniur-anc- v , Sixty Infloeuia patient were taken rare ol by the Salvaliou Army during the recent epidemic In Tarkersburg. Nearly 170 waVe nuraed tbruugli the great epidemic of 1018 lu Charleston. ' Walker Bradshaw. Phone 3dMl. R. F. D. No. 3. LANCASTER, KV. "The efforts of the Salvation Army ure worthy of the highest apprecla tloo," aaya Sir Robert llorden, prime wloltter of Canada. . three or four aara at the Salvation Army maternity Loaxi for the criarad, .. i Hundrtda of colored gtria and women. , ... . . ... i 1. ' SWINEBROAD, THE-REAL .. i. ESTATE MAN KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Jm Ctactnuatl, O, i 2 PAINT LICK C. A. Long W on the sick list. George Koe wos In Pincvllle last week on business. Mr. V. 0. Anderson It able to lit up after nn attack of flu. Chnrlle Grave has accepted a po sltlon with the Paint I.ick Garner. Mm. It. (3. Woods and children were Richmond visitors Saturday. attending Mr. James Wood Jr., the racet In Lexington thl week. Is The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April 29, 1920 very low In her Eastern home. The terfdance. After the speaking and family have been notified she is not music, the children were loaded in expected to live. three trucks and taken back to the MImcs Bsllnrd, Heltzclaw, Patrick j school building. CHI-NAM- EL Mr. nnd Mrs. U. M. Burgees very nnd Ijine, teachers of our scroll, nt- -j tended the K. E. A. at Louisville last I' delightfully entertained Snturday week. Mrs. Long being ill prevented eveninr last. In hener of their guests FOR EURNIIURE AND FLOORS Prof. Long from attending. Mlse Hackney nnd Burgess of the B. K. S. N.. Richmond, and Miss Mr. R. G. Woods. Mr. E. L, Woods nnd Mrs. II. J. Patrick have been Ilurchett of the Lancaster High catted to Purina take N. Y on ac- School Faculty. One of the pleasing count of the serious illness of their features of the evening was the music sitter nnd daughter. Mrs. W. - j furnished by Miss Neva Chrisman of Berea. The hostess In her most hosSlonc. , WHEN YOU'RE HOUSE CLEANING. Mrs. Fred Hall and daughter,! pitable manner served dmnty an J delicious refreshments. Mable and sn William, were recent visitors in Frankfort and White Sulphur. While in Frankfort they at-- , r tended the play given by the Frnnk. fort High School of which their cousin wns the star actor. NOl I am not ion, who said I was? I am still here with the hats fly VjBBBBBBBpU'fl $W"Ss2SFas and will b until I can get some on else to stay with them. I have a com- plate stock' of nice malarial, and good styles for let, monjr than any body, ' I any wharf. Coma and see. This xplcmliri bred middle horse will make the season at Mr,. W. F. Park,. my place, two miles from Lancaster, on the, Htickeyc pike at Mr. R. G. Woods has sold hit home A Living Colt. $12.00 here In Paint Lick to Mr. W. C. Wynn price $12,000. We arc torry to lose ; DENMARK is one of the best bred horses of the Den this family from our midst, but are .mark strain that has ever stood in this coiintv. He in in hnml. glad they are not going very far, only high, solid bay, with fine mane and tail, splendid action and one just this tide of Kirksville to their ' if Hut luot 0lillii f rs iit "Great" in every vay in sue farm. We hope they will build on At the unme time nnd place I will stand my fine four yen ond service, in looks and action I the land they did not sell to Mr. aid Jack, Wynn. A tire that mightily plcates us The Truck Demonstration was very because It satisfies our trade much enjoyed by all. The shchool with n standard of service children inarched from rchool to tiijhcr than ever before. Paint Lick Garage with Prof. Long, A Living Colt. $10.00 Come in and ree this Firestone Misses Bronston nnd Ballard In nt- This well bred Jack is by Sy Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by Cord. Judge it for yourself. Dr. .McLoru ami he by liov. Wood IVA. Note its appearance, size, weight, workmanship. You will "sell Caldwell's dam is by Tom Keene he by Itubc Hillinirton yourself" on its rainy extra ' This Jack is 15-- 2 hands hlKh, black with white points, good sV MryRMMaV value. bone nnd bod. CURES A (aw drM la tkm A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid All ell ha to do is to deliver it. 4rtaUaf sntee nm fj. A OPO if mare is traded or parted with the money becomes due. WI1 aaa ptrmia wkiia UJlt lit Mr. f INTERNAL PESTS INJURE POULTRY Easier to Prevent Enemies of Farm Fowls Than to Get Rid o! Any ot Them. CAFE WDKM IS TROUBLESOME Slaw Suffocation Follaws Whtra Young Birds Are. Attacked by The Para, sites Tape Worms Alts Causa of Suffering. Oape worm, round worms, tape. orm and fluke are tin" principal enemies of farm poultry. It M much rosier to prevent all of In"' than It li to get rlil f any one of them. ISarly summer aid Isle spring sre the time when gsjte worms give the lixnt trimblc. . soon n the frost nr well out of the Kroumt anil then-I-s no more danger of freezing the gape worm Imvouix actlte. Just where and how they spend the winter It not know n. hut they male their appearance with singular regularity following a few warm or hot diys. n simply mean the slow of the JJunc Mrds that are at 1 I- You'll Need-I- t Mr. and Mr. O. - Hammack were at Point Leavell. Sunday evening. Mr. Carl Smith of Smith. Ky., U the guest of his niece, Mr. L. B. Led I- ford. Wilson Browning aged 84 died on Sunday and was buried at Manse Monday. Miss Docia Mctcalf of Stanford spent the week end witn Mrs. U. M. Burgess. Billv Mason, a popular young drug gist of Uncastcr Is a frequent visitor in our city. Rev. Borec pastor at Kirksville, will preach at Mt. Tabor the second Sunday of May. Messrs Jim Ledford, B. C. Cornett, James and Robert Lawson have purchased Chevrolet cars. Mrs. D. A. Hcrvcy and son, visited her parents near Lancaster last week also friends at Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Labon Kirk and chil- 1 MoRoberts Drug Store DENMARK To Insure 1 Great Tires 1 dren of Lexington, were visitors at this place part of last week. Mrs. B. B. Baumstark of Waco, was the pleasant guest of Miss Fannie Cox Saturday and Sunday. Friends of Dewey Mctcalf will regret to learn he is in very bad health suffering from heart trouble. Mr. Stephen Todd who has been traveling thru the West for several months has returned home. Rev. C. S. Ellis of Dry Ridge was called here last week to preach the funeral of Mrs. William Todd. Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Montgomery visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno Bryant at Bryantsville Sunday. Mr. Woods Walker and Rev. W. A. Ramsey of Manse, nttended the Presbytery at Springfield recently. Rev. Shearer of Stamping Ground, preached two very interesting sermons at Mt. Tabor last Sunday. Mr. Newton Todd was called here last week by the illness and death of his mother, Mrs. William Todd. The Club which has been recently organized by the girls met with Miss Emma Buchell Tuesday evening. Mrs. Fannie Chestnut and two little children were the week end guests of Mrs. Ollle Rogers of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wynn and Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Ward and Mr-- M. L. Koe were in Lexington Saturday. Miss Grade Ambrose has accepted the position of private secretary to Mr. R. G. Woods, cashier of the bank. Miss Neva Chrisman of Berea was the attractive guest of Miss .Fannie Dowden front Saturday until Monday. The Paint Lick High School boys played the American Legion Baseball team at Berea Saturday and were defeated. Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Hcndren and children were In Lexington last week guests of Mrs. Uendren's parents and sisters. Mr. L. J. Fish is looking forward with great pleasure to the arrival of his new Studebaker roadster which he has ordered. Mr. Frank Ambrose and family have moved here from Berea, Mr. Ambrose will have charge of the new mill for Mr. Tom Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Conn and family have moved to Richmond, where Mr. Conn has a position with the New Dixon Auto Co. Mr. and Mrs. Kerns of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Shepherd and sen were guesU of Mr. and Mr s. Nebe; Ledford at Mnnse, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Parker Foley and llt tie daughter spent the week end in Richmond, guests of his brother,, Mr. Frank Foley and Mrs. Foley. The Misst-- t Marie and Beulah Ledford nnd Elizabeth Conn spent the week end yith Mr. nnd Mrs. George Moody nnd family of Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bowling of California, are the plcnsant guests of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Bowling and Mrs. Anna Anderson. Misses Ava McWhortcr had at her attractive guests Sunday, Misses Pearl McWhorter of Berea, Florence: Estridge of London and Ruth Ross. Mr. W. R. Putrick has sold his house and lot near the Christian church to Mr. II. L. Francis, price, 13750.00. They will move to same In a few day. Mr. W. A. Farnau and Miss Swurt-ze- l, a representative of the Salvutlon Army were here Wednesday making prepaations for the drive which begins this week. Friends of Mrs. Sloan, (nee Mattle Woods) will be grelveu to know she CALDWELL To Insure yOncDrop t itdan 00. put SWItUasOMM. SI 50. At dniMi. at Mit bt lull apea rc!p si pnes. kalf-pil- other dftrrbocm. ttoltrl, UJlftstloi Mi ctlrk itmn. Um dulr ta dwMit ror ctcii. Tirtttoirje DIXIE GARAGE try to prevent all accidents, but will not be responsible shoul any occur. rtMsj CLARENCE BEAZLEY, Phone 325-Q- HASELDEN BROS. . R. F. D. No. 3. Lancaster, Ky. Dry, Well Ventilated and Lighted Houses Promote Health In the Farm Flock. ararnrxs mi a, m 4 The Roadster, Too, Has All the Noted Essex Qualities Speed Power Endurance Economy Utility. It is an Ideal Car for Business as Well as Pleasure The wide business uses for which the Essex Roadster isadapted are instantly apparent. Its utilities are many. But note no evidence of them is revealed when the Roadster is used as a pleasure car. Every line is smart, trim and graceful. It takes but a moment to make the change. things have been shown in the hands of more than 25,000 owners. It was more dramatically proved on the Cincinnati speedway, when an Essex stock chassis set the world's long distance endurance record of 3,037 miles in 50 hours. The same car, in three separate tests, traveled 5,870 miles at an average speed above a mile a minute. Another stock Essex set the world's road mark of 1,061 miles over 24-hour In fasten tbemem the chirks' trachea. They not only choke the chicks, but they rauw on Irritation that lead to Inflammation ot the lining of the air passage. Weak chick, attacked by gape worm, will die nine times out of ten. a It Is rrry hard to relieve them. The strong chick msy bate sltsllty enough to overcome the trouble, but When a number of these worms get Into the windpipe anil become swollen with blood breathing become difficult and even Impossible. Onplng, the charao terlstle symptom of the gap. Is the natural result of this choking. Other Symptoms. Thern are other symptoms, of course. Some of these ore the shaking of the head, the contracting and the extension of the neck, the drooping of the wine and n peculiar staggering gait, doubtless caused by the choking and the exhaustion of the chick. Once In a great while gaping wilt be caused by a touch of bronrhltU. but n a rule It associated only with the attacks ot the tiny reddish wornia that 1 tarked hy Iheso parasites. they will lose In growth. The worm am sometime extract ed from the upper throat by menns of Inopeil horse hair. This Is a tetllous operation and hardly worth white when there are many chick to be looked after. The best plan Is to Iso late the sufferers and nmo the remainder awny from the ground when they have been feeling, Forcing the chick to li rent tin lime dust. Dm, dry lime, will force the worm to loosen their bold on the air pas- wge. A a rule, though, the chick ore hardly strong to stand sucl. measure. Other Harmful Worm. A World Endurance Record Proves Essex Dependability A large class of its buyers arc business men. They choose it for utility and dependable transportation. It becomes, in fact, a part of their business system. It must be on the job, keep all engagements on time, and be as responsible as an engineer's watch. These same qualities, with its rare good looks, make the Roadster unsurpassed as a smart car for pleasure. reguEconomy, durability and train-lik- e larity are the standards set by Essex These snow-cover- ed Iowa roads. It is specially suited for salesmen, inspectors and others who must cover wide territory, quickly and frequently. Though not large, the Essex is commodious. There is plenty of room for passengers, and special arrangements for carrying sample cases, unseen, and even a trunk if desired. Come see the Essex Roadster. Ride in Try its paces. Whether you want it for business or pleasure, you will appreciate why Essex in its first year set a new world's sales record, it Deatherage Reed Motor Co DEALERS FOR GARRARD AND MADISON In older bird the tapeworm and round worms cause ouu limn, The I n round worm llndrlenl, smooth p.irulte. tattering at Ixith the front and the rear, but the front I more lolnted than the mir. They are Intestinal parasite, bloodsucker and desourer of the nourishment needed by tint growing bin! or the laying ben. When very nuicerou they cause a diarrhea or In some Instance a top- pa we or the The remedy I two grain ot as.n tnnln for each bird, ctlssolvt In the drinking water or mixed In and fed with n mash. The round worm white In coloring and may vary from ot an Inch to tire Inches In length. Now nnd again serious outbreak of the tapeworm In poultry art) reported from varluua parts of the country. The chief remedies used for lupeuorni In fowls are extract of the msle fern, turpentine, pumpkin seeds, tt.e nrvca but and Kpsoiu salts. inn-Minone-thir- DISPOSE OF EARLY Poor Hens MOLTERS ' Richmond, - - Kentucky. Easiest and Surest Way of Culling Out Seldom Provo Winter Layer. perhaps the easiest and surest we of culling out the poor bens Is to discard the early moltur. Contrarr to popular opinion, the ben that molt early aru seldom good fall and winter layers.