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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 6, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920050601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 6, 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. rv Section One THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 6. 1920. ODD FELLOW ! i to rjjre THIRTY riRST YEAR NUMIKR I. GOOD FELLOWSHIP THE FISCAL COURT SALVATION ARMY. GOVERNOR COX SHOULD ACT. MEETING. Noted People Who Are Will Get Kentucky's In Beautiful Life of Mrs. Sixty Years Old And structed Vote At The Still Enjoys Meetings Lexington Board O f A Way To Get More, Indorsing Its Work. Leslie Sloan. San Francisco Na- - . Good Roads In GarCommerce To Be In The Odessa, (Mo.) Democrat In The Snlvntlon Army now asking The community of Paint Lick for funds to carry on Its home ser wm thoroughly grieved last week one of its issues recently tell of n tional Convenrard County. City Next Tuesday vice work in this country is Indorsed when It wns lenrnrd that Mr. Leslie former Jessamine County man who by noted men of all creeds nnd parSloan, hnd passed nwny nt Snranac hns been n member of the Independtion. A rnro opportunity Is now present ties including: President Two of Lexington's live wires nnd Woodrow Ijike, N. Y., where she had gone ent Order of Odd Fellows for fifty DEATH CLAIMS nbout' eighteen months ago seeking years and still relief from thnt dreaded dlsensc tuberculosis. Kvery meillcal attention known to clrnce wm used In nn effort to restore her to health, hut hc contracted n evere ense of influenza which resulted fatally a few weeks later. She was married about three years ago to Mr. Leslie Sloan, of Lincoln county and was the youngest dnugh-te- r of Mr. K. I Woods. She was exceedingly popular and her death brought sorrow Into every home of her acquaintance, In respect to her memory every business house In l'alnt Lick was closed for three hours last Friday afternoon, the day on which the funeral services were conducted. Besides her husband and father she is survived by one brother, Mr. It. (J. Woods nnd half brother, Mr. Dave Hervcy nnd two sisters, Mrs. II. J. Patrick and Mrs. Itoy Kstridge. Horn and reared In Paint Lick, where she received her early, education, a devout member of the Presbyterian church at Manse, where the funeral sen ices were conducted by her pas tor. Hev. Ramsey, immediately fol lowing this Interment took place in cemetery. the The remains were accompanied from Snranne take, by her husband, and father nnd Mr It. G. Woods ami Mrs. IK J. Patrick, her brother reach- Ing her bedside before the end came. The deepest sympathy of the grief stricken community go out to the husband and relatives In the loss of this dear young woman. ntkends Its meetings. We have in our own midst. In the person of "Uncle "Gus" Dunn, one who has been an Odd Fellow for sixty yenrs nnd still enjoys its weekly clever gentlemen, Messrs Frank II. Jones nnd Steve Fentherstone, were in Lancaster Inst Thursday, laying out an itinerary for the Hoard of Commerce nnd several hundred other I.cxiifgton business men, who will ed to the Fiscal Court of Garrnrd Wilson, Vice President Thomas Mar County by which more good roods shall, Former President Tnft, tho late enn be secured for the County with, President Theodore P.oosevelt, Gov Camden National Committeeman. Gov. James M. Cox of Ohio will x of the poll nt least twenty-on- e twen-ty-si- meetings and rarely ever mines 82 years one "Uncle Gus". old nnd Joined this order in Ilrynnta- ville In lHfiO nnd is still n member in good standing. He enlisted in the Federal Army in 1801 at Camp Dick Hobinson and was assigned to Company II. of the Third Kentucky Infantry. Thomas F.. Ilramlrtt being the war Governor at thnt time. He served with distinction throughout the war ami ran entertain his friends by the hour with many experiences he had during that wnr. visit Ijincnster next Tuesday. It Is to be 'olely a good fellowship meet ing with n desire to get better ac quainted with the citizens of the Hlue Gross section of the state. They will come In automobiles nnd will reach (.anenster about noon on next Tues day. They have engaged the hotel for lunch that day nnd will remain here about two hours. A brnss band accompanies the party nnd Kcn-garl- an Faithful Horse Dies. CHRISTIAN "Old Doc" the faithful old draft horse of Hudson, Hughes and Karnau, died suddenly one night last week. after ten years of efficient service for this Arm. He was given n decent burial at the Old Fair Grounds, his grave being dug both wide and deep. Musical Concert. There will be a musical concert, at the School Auditorium Friday evening. May 14th, given by the Girls Orchestra of the Odd Fellows Home, of Lexington. All lovers of music should attend as a treat is In store for those who do. Get your reserved seat at McltoberU Drug Store. Young "Doctor". Dr. and Mrs, Virgil Klnnaird are receiving congratulations from their friends, occasioned by the arrival of a handsome boy to bless their happy home. orension. Next Sunday is Mother's Day, one of the sweetest and most sacred dns OIL It is it saered day In the entire year. because it brings to our minds the thought of MOTHER. Wherever mother may be, at home, at church, or In Heaven, we will think of her Sunday ami sing praises to her memIn Lease ory. All that love her should make it possible to be at church Sunday. County. We will have an appropriate (lower for ever)' one present, will sing speMr. T. M. Wilson, of Howling cial snngs relative to mother, nnd the pastor will speak on the subject "A Green hns recently leased 1,000 acres Great Woman". Cornc in time for of his splendid Warren County farm, to Eastern Oil capitalists, for which Sunday School. C. D. Strother, pastor. h" received $40,000. This Is said to be one of the largest deals of this character ever consummated in this part of the state. Friends of Mr, be glad to learn of CHINAMAN Wilson here, will coming his way and this little fortune hope when the first well is "shot" Meth that it will prove a "gusher" nnd the To royalties from it will bring him nn other fortune. Oil in paying quan Church. tities have been struck in Warren Hev. T, D. Lee, a native Chinaman, county nnd many fortunes have been will speak and sing at the Methodist made. The farm Just leased from Church, Sunday night, beginning at Mr. Wilson lies Just four miles from 7:45. Hev. Lee is a senior at Asbury Howling Green and is on the Nash College, Wllmore, Ky. He will enter ville pike. Ga., Emory University at Atlanta, this fall where he will take a special COMES course before returning to Chins to work among his own people. F. Naylor. To His address will be interesting, as his knowledge of China is first hand He will rentier n solo in Chinese. Splendid Citii.n Passes Away Wd Everybody welcome. ntsilar Morning.' MOTHER'S DAY At Baptist Church. some fine music nnd speeches will entertain the crowd. We know that the people of Ijincnster nnd vicinity will give these gentlemen a hearty welcome, and the meeting will result in much good for nil, on this happy FEVER AT HIGH HEAT Capitalists Eastern Lage Tract Warren out delay. Through the efforts of the County Judge nnd other enterprising citizens of the county, Stntc nld to the nmount of some $100,000, will be available on the permanent Highway through the county, leaving about $1)0,000 of the bonds voted for good roads which can be used cqunlly on the five other main turnpikes lending into the County Sent or approximately $18,000 for each of these main roads, which will put them all In good condition and Increase the value of every farm nlong the way by several times the amount expended and place Garrard County in the front rank of counties in regard to good roads. In other words use the entire bond issue ns voted by a majority of five to one, one the permanent highway and use the State aid on the other mnln roads lending Into the County seat nnd all the citizens of the County wherever they mny live will be benefitted. We feel sure that when this Is considered by the Court that it will be quick to take advantage ofjjiis great opportunity to increase the good road mileage of the County nnd make a better market for all the farmers of the county living to the North, South, Kast or West of the County Seat. Tax Payor. SWINEBROAD Reports a Splendid Sale In Madison County. Ordination of Deacon. The "young Doctor" arrived Tuesday nt noon and has very appropriately been christened "Virgil Jr." On Mny 4th. he sold for M. A. Collins 'J4.77 acres of unimproved land about n mile from Richmond nt nn average of $.100.33 per acre. The form was subdivided nnd sold in sep nrate tract nnd some of the land sold for $050. per acre S. G. 1 1 isle purchased 7 tracts nt nn average of $480.00 per ncre. U. Current bought 7 tracts at nn average of $458.00 per acre and Mr. There will be nn Important bus! Shearer 2 tracts nt $185.00 per acre. Mr. Collins was well pleased with ness meeting nt the church next Satthe price and the way the sale was urday at 3 P. M. The pastor hns reconducted. Swlnebrond never has signed. His work ends the first of s any at his sales and ulways June. We anxiously desire nil the advertises that way and the land buy members to bo present as there arc ers attend his sales knowing they will some very important matters of busi get a square deal nnd no "fake" sales ness to be transacted. Pnstor. will be reported. Swlnebrond tells us he has several Stricken in the prime of a useful more sales booked, watch for his ad. Sunday afternoon May 2nd, Hev nnd well spent life, Isaac F. Naylor vertiscments. D. F. Sebastian, pastor of Hucktve tiled at the Danville Hospital yesterUnder the administration of Sir Uaptist church, Hev. C. D. Strother day morning nbout two o'clock, hav-in- g Knight J. Raymond Hnseldcn, whose been operated upon Inst Sunday and brothers Sam Cotton and J. F. term expired on March 31st, last, met with the pas- for appendicitis. Immediately after Estcs of Ryan Commandery closed the most tor, H. J. Skagga ami his members nt the operation it was announced thnt Nothing ran create more interest Speak At The odist ernor Morrow, Dr. E. L. Powell, pastor of the First Christian Church of Louisville. Dr. W. A. Ganfield. Prcsl- lent of Center College, Danville, and many others. Some of the letters follow: '1 sincerely wish Godspeed to any organization which, like the Salvation Army, hns ns its main object the bet- termcnt of humanity und the making of bad citizens into good ones." President Woodrow Wilson." "I am for The Salvation Army. The problem of this nge is to believe that men nrc mutually helpful to each other and that men have mutual in terest in each other. Toward the total solution of it nil religious or gnnizations in America will contribute, but I know of no organization which will stnnd back of men nnd humankind better thnn The Salvation Army." Thomas R. Marshall, Vice President of the United States. "I believe that your experience in dealing with the slums of great cities nnd your practical methods of charity nre of the widest usefulness." Former President William II. Taft. "At last it has won its way to rec ognition, and there nre few serious who do not rec thinkers ognize in The Salvation Army nn in- vnluiible social asset a force for good which works effectively In those dark regions where, save for this force, only evil is powerful." The Late President Theodore Roosevelt If you have not given to this great work and wish to do so, kindly leave check made payable to "The Salva tion Army" or cash contribution with any bank in Garrard County and say that it is for the Salvation Army and the money will be promptly acknow ledged and you will be sure that you hnve helped a good cause. now-n-da- votes from Kentucky nt the next San Francisco convention month The Democratic State Con vention this week Instructed the eight dclegntes from the Stalest-larg- e with half a vote each to cast their ballots for the Ohioan as long ns his nnmc shall be before the convention. Eight district conventions Tuesday also Instructed for him. John T. Griffith, of Owensboro, one of the two Second District delegntes, nlso has announc ed that he will vote for the Ohioan. The unit rul, which would have bound all delegates from the Second, Third nnd Fifth Districts to vote for Governor Cox, wns not ndopted by the convention, but it is possible thnt the delegation In caucus at San Fran cisco before the convention will adopt such a rule. The convention wns in an uproar in the closing hours during the fight on former United States Johnson N. Camden of Versailles, ns candidate for Nntionnl Committeeman. lie defeated Marion E. Taylor of Louisville, his opponent, by a vote of 1,034 to unln-struct- ed 90S. Important Meeting At Buckeye Church. DEATH Isaac Ryan Commandery Enjoys Splendid Year. SCHOOL ELECTION Brings out Many Voters A Correction. There was on error mode in last week's paper In the Marksbury news. Where it said during the llible Institute at the Fork's Church there would be only a light lunch served. This is n mistake. As is always known of this church, there will be nn nmple supply and everyone Is Invited. Served As Judge. Hon. J. E. Hobinson wus an attend-nn- t In Crcuit Court yesterday nnd presided on the bench as Judge for quite a while when Judge Ilnrdin was attending to some other legal mutters, Mr. Hobinson made n most excellent Bourne. impression among the lawyers. JuryHe is n brother men and spectators. The denth of Mr. J. 11. Hourne, of Mr. J. A. Hobinson of this city. which occurred nt his home on the new Danville pike last Monday nbout Advocate. noon, marked the passing of one of Garrnrd county's most popular nnd Books prosperous farmers. Mr, Hourne had books arc ready nnd Tho city tux been confined to his home for the past the city needs some money to repair three months with n complication of of the wornout streets of some discuses nnd his denth wns not unexand also to build a new street pected. out Hamilton Avenue. Don't wait Mr. Hourne wns known practically to be naked but walk up nnd pay your by every one in the county nnd leaves taxes which has to be done, and in n large connection in this and adjointhis case the sooner the better, for ing counties. He wns seventy years It. of age nnd was bom in this county, the city nt least. where he has lived nil his life. His widow and five children survive; the We, the officers and members of latter being Mr. Jim Wood Hourne, of tht Colored Uaptist Church of Lan- Danville, Cleve Uourne, Mrs. Jesse caster, wish to thank Mr. T. C. Ran- - this county and Mrs. H. J. Hay, of kin, for the room furnished the can Anderson nnd Mrs. Mason Pollard of didate and for his kindness shown Nlcholssvllle. A large concourse of us at the baptizing, held nt the river friends followed his remains to the on hU place, last Sunday. Signed by Lancaster cemetery Tuesday afterGeorge Moran, Robert Overstreet, noon, where short service were held J, McHath, Dan Bogie, Ernest Doty. at the grave, conducted by Her. Frank Tinder, of Hubble. Tobe Hocker and O, A. Leave!!. the Fork Church for the purpose of ordaining Ilrother Chas. Dunn as a deacon. After due examination nnd nn np propriate ceremony Hro. Dunn wns publirally set apart to do the work of u deacon with prayer and the lay ing on of hands. Hev. C. D. Strother delivered the charge to tho deacon, Hev. I). F. Sebastian delivered the charge to tho church, Hro. J. F. Kstes offered the ordination prayer. A few weeks previous to this, llrothers Doolln nnd Sutton were or dained ns deacons of this church The pastor Hev. It. J. Sknggs is n live wire and the work of the Kingdom is progressing nicely nt Marksbury. he had the barest chance of recover ing, peritonitis having developed. Mr. Nnylor was in Lancaster last Sntuitlay afternoon nnd wns stricken while conversing with friends on the street. It was soon ascertained thnt his condition was serious and only nn operation could hope to save his life. He was nbout forty one yenrs of nge nnd one of the most successful fanners In the county. He is survived by his wife, who before her marriage Brown, daughter was Miss Nellie of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Urown of this county. He Is nlso survived by five brothers, all of whom live in the county ami are among Garrard's most respected citi- or excitement nt times than the ordin nry election of n trustee for a school. We hnd it here last Saturday in the election of two trustees for the Lan custer Graded and High School, Messrs Henley Hastin nnd J. E. Dick, erson who have served the board for several years, withdrew from the race early in the action nnd left only two candidates Messrs W. S. Carrier and Phil Urown, these gentlemen receiv ing the largest vote ever polled in such n n election In many years. The former received 380 votes nnd the latter 350 votes. Many women voted, prosperous year in all its glorious men were knight history- - Sixty-tw- o ed under his leadership during his term nnd many more will be ndded ville. before the yenr is out. Sixth District The threatened fight against Judge Charles A. Hardin of Harrodsburg did not materialize and the forces of Sen ator A. O. Stanley succeeded In reelecting him as chairman of the two committees. Women In Dalagatton. On the delegation from the State-at-Iarwere elected Senators Stn- ley and Beckham, Congressman Albeit W. Harklcy of I'aducah and Ben Johnson of Bardstown; Desha Breckinridge, Lexington editor; Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart of Morehcad, Miss Ijiura Clay of Richmond and Mrs. Nora Layne of Fort Thomas. This Is the tint time that women have been sent from Kentucky to a Notional Convention. Mrs. Stewart is the founder of the "Moonlight" schools. Miss Clay is n pioneer woman suffragist and Mrs. Layc is prominent in the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, and was Mrs. Stewart's secretary during the Illiteracy campaign. Democratic Stats Committals. Charles A. Hardin, Harrodsburg, chairman. State Eaecutivo Commit!. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster. First Distict Thomas Turner, Trigg county. Second District John L. Dorsey, Henderson. Third District Dr. Joe M. Ferguson, Muhlenburg County. Fourth District Charles Hubbard. Larue county. Fifth District Fred Forcht, LouisState-at-Large ge W. N. Hind, Cov-ingto- n. NOTICE To The Citizens of Lan- caster, Ky. Tax Ready. Card Of Thanks. zens. Mr. Naylor was a member of the Mr. W. M. Hogie sold his farm last Christian church nt Pleasant Grove week, known ns the old Hout farm nnd attended its services regularly. nenr Fork Church, on the Lexington Funeral services will be conducted pike, to Messrs Morris nnd Enimit this nfternoon at three o'clock nt the Long of this county. This is one of Lnncnster cemetery, by Itev. Holder, the best farms in thnt splendid neigh whero the Interment will take place. borhood nnd contains 118 acres. The price paid was $350 nn ncrc. Mr, Hogie bought it about live years ago It is a rare thing indeed that a for $140.00. He gives possession of piece of city property In Lnncnster the place next January nnd hopes in ever fnils to sell when put up nt pub- the meantime to secure a home In lic auction. This wm ngnln proven Lancaster, where he nnd his splendid when the property of Mr. J. D. Gulley family will be given a hearty welwas offered last Saturday afternoon, come. and sold within ten minutes, by that Garments, 25 All Heady-to-Weastute nctloneer Col. A. M. Uourne, per cent off, J. E, Dlckcrson& Son. and managed by Messrs D. A. Thomas Another Good Farm Sells. Gulley Property Sells. and J. H. Moorman. The brick residence nnd garage brought a total of $13,510, the former going to James I. Hamilton for $8,000.00 and the latter to Walker llrothers for $5,610. We regret to announce that Mr. and Mrs. Gulley will leave Lancaster for Fayette county where they have purchased a beautiful home on the Paris pike. Stockholders Meeting. There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the new tobacco ware house company at the county court room of the court house next Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. This U a very Important meeting and all stockholders are urged to come, W. A. Sptith, Manager. It. Honorable Mnyor, City Council and People of Lancaster, Ky: Whereas, the franchise now held by us is void by reason of being iu conflict with the State Constitution, and Whereas, we have no franchise for operating our plant in the City of Lancaster, Ky., because the same is, void as aforesaid, the City Council of the City of Lancaster, Ky., and the public generally aro hereby notified thnt we will on August 1st, 1020, or ns soon thereafter us practical, move Glasgow. nil our poles and electrlcnl equipment Fourth District W. C. Montgom-crr, from the streets of the city of Hardin County. Ky. Fifth District Henry J. Tlllford, This notice is given as a legal no- Louisville. tice, ns we understand that reasonSixth District Judge Otto Wolfe, ' able notice must be given before we Newport. can remove said property nnd disSeventh District Thomas P. continue said plant. Henry County. We ure willing to do anything we Eighth District J. II. Nichols, with the city In sc. lloyle county. can to curing n franchise for the purpose of Ninth District Foster B. Cox, furnishing electric light and power to NIcholasville. the citizens of the city, but we can 'Tenth District J. R. Johnson, not continue It further without Pike count). additional equipment, and Eleventh District Edward Gstliff, this we can not do at the present Williamsburg. legal franchise rates and without LOST One white and lemon spot-to- d protecting us in our rights. hound, two years old and has no Done this April 26th, 1920. collar on. Answers to name of Lee, Respectfully submitted, UASTIN DROT1IERS, Reward for return to Charlie Powell Richmond Ky. Phone 122. Uy It. V, Hastin. It tf State-nt-Lary. tan-casteMid-dleto- n, Seventh District W, F. Klalr. Lex ington. Eighth District Dr. T. R. Welch. Jessamine County. Ninth District Dr. J. D. Whlttak-er- , Morgan county. Tenth District Bailey P. Wooten, Perry county. Eleventh District Cecil Williams. Pulnski county. Stat Central Committee. George B. Martin, Catilettsburg. First District Arch Nelson, Marshall county. Second District Ira I). Smith, Christian county. Third District T. P. Dlckerson, The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday May 6, 1920 WOLF TRAIL. Come to See Us FOR Mr. Henry Tenter vicinity Saturday. wa In this LOVING HEARTS DEPENDABLE Furniture Bed Room Suites, Parlor Suites in all styles and finishes Brown Mahogany, Dining Room Suites, Dull Mahogany, Complete in all Walnut, Ivory, styles and finishes, Golden Oak, Odd Dressers, Chiffoniers, Floor Lamps, Desk Lamps, Ladies' Desks, Trunks, Porch Shades, Odd Tables, Rockers' Chairs, Fibre Suites, Ranges, Cook Stoves Lounging Couches, Porch Furniture. All Kinds of Floor Coverings, Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. Tribble & Reynierson. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. ONE CAR LOAD OF Tennessee Guernsey AND ma Will be sold at Jack Adams Lot on Richmond Kentucky, on Garments, 25 homo. Up wn over vtttr. I.nlr lli per cent olT, J. E. Dlckcriorufc Son n the driven snow, slightly tooed. looked Ida age. but hi eye wn bright Miss Mrtle Ter.ter was the pleasant nun in stop elnstlc. "I've dnii). It nccontlng to the story punt of Ml Hert Daily Saturday truant, iKviKr soiiionulied tii night. of the back window, a slide down Mr. nnd Mr. Obe Bolton spent the "titkitchen the roof and everjhody In the 'week end with Mr. nnd Mr. Taylor houo nleei. I hoM tin folk don't worry. It wn all I could do to help liolton. Misses Thelmn Simpson nnd Myrtle out n imi situation." Old Mnrtln had begun with n whim Tenter visited Mis Jessie II. liny re s..cnl chuckle, but ended up serious and cently. ,. wn facing the world thoughtful. Mrs. Rnymond Davis went to Lan all alone without n eiiny; be had no caster last week nnd had her teeth thought of turning back. There wer tliree prron whom he loved dewted- removed. daughter, Mr. George Gilliam spent the Inst ly hi Porter, nnd Ktta. hi Allan their little week end with her daughter, Mr. old child. imnr fnced, goldcn-hnlrrHobb Pollard. Mlna. He choked up when he called Mrs. John Dailey and daughter up a picture- of the latter climbing to spent the afternoon with Mr. Robert hi knee and caressing fondly hi wrin kled face. Sower Saturday. Ilnnl time had come to the Porter. Mln Jessie R. Rny nnd Mr. Klmer The husband nnd fnther had fallen III, Kny were visitors of Mr. Oren Whit- - nnd lost lit oltloti and had been taker Friday night. ohllgei) to detiend Unm stintnodlc III' Mr. nnd Mrs. Ruford Smith of I'oor ferlor employment. There were time RIdgc spent the day Sunday with Mr. when there wn little In the larder nnd nothing In the household pure. Long nnd Mrs. KUJnh McMillinn. since old Mnrtln hnd learned thnt he Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Mobcrley, Mr wn not wnnted In thp active field of nnd Mr. Carl Moberley visited Mr. lalior. He hnd pottered nbout the rent- nnd Mrs. W. T. Moberley last week. el home ninl hnd raised n few vegetn Messrs Ovn, Levi nnd JctT Couch ble. In winter had picked up strnr dollar shoveling snow helping the and father were entertained at dinner lre hnrveter on the nnd river, but had Wednesday by Mr. Powell Dailey anil not the strength to keep up such ardu family. ous task regularly. "I'm the oldest nnd the biggest to Miss Jesse R. Kay and Messrs Rohan Simpson nnd Sam Clay Folger feed nnd keep warm," be rensoned. were entertained Sunday nfternoon 'nnd n burden on them. I'm welcome nnd nit that, but I nui taking what the by Miss Myrtle Tenter. other can't parr." Mr. Abo Rurton spent the week He bad left lehlnd him n note tell end in Madison with her mother. Mr. ing of hi resolve, bidding Kttn and I.ayton. Mr. Rurton mnny friend her huidinud have no anxiety for him. for he wn sure thnt In some busier arc glad to see her out again. plnre thnn Mayvltle he would be sure Mcsdames Andrew and Ottis Stotts to find wime odd Job fltied to hi abil and little daughter were in Nchola. ity. All the time he had a definite ville Wednesday, Mr. Ottis Stott point In view, lie had !een brought up In n plnce called ltnx-tn-. had some dental work done. but had left yennP previous. He wn by Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dailey and Mr. It twenty this time douhtle forgotten by many Clcllami Dniley, Mcsdames Allic Rey acquaintance. Still, the long nolds nnd Robert Sowers motored to ing to get back to familiar scene, the Lancaster Thursday afternoon. hope that he might meet some helpful Mr, nnd Mrs. James Land, Mr. Coy friend of hi earlier year, lured him Price, Mrs. Powell Dniley nnd Mines to the home of hi childhood Just n the circus or Hert Dniley, Myrtle Tenter nnd Mr. does objective pointsome other fasclnnt-Inthe Juvenile runClellnnd Dailey were shopping in awny nnd rover. Lancaster Saturday. Martin hnd saved up even pennies to get enough to take him tnwnnl Itroo toti. A It wa he found blmelf qulti nn nmot.iit short of the necessary fundi tn reach hi destination. lie took a trnln nnd when hi money gave out hnd to lenvc It with some twenty-fivmile yet to accomplish. Sturdily old Martin started out tn tnimp over the lnt stretch of hi Jour ney. Asking for n drink of wnter at n fnrtn hotm. the womnn who supplied thnt need noticed hi age nnd wenrl ne and Invited him to n homely, but strengthening menl. It wns duk when he entered the edge of the home town he had not seen for twenty yearn. He wa foot, sore, unsteady of gnlt, faint and wn' veiing. There wn n pretention innn' slon surrounded by beautiful grounds and he stoppist over the hedge nnd started to reach an ornamental lench to rest hi weary limb when exhaust ed nature gnvn wny nnd the old man All Hcady-to-Wefour-rearold-tim- e e Mr. Andrew Stotts m the guest Br RALPH HAMILTON. of Mr. Move lUy Thursday, Mr. nhil Mr. Homer Ray enter-tninc- d ' (Cirri bk III. V,.t.r .N.w.r.cr L'BtoM fomc relative Saturday night. . Mnrtln Onto was running away from Hear It For Yourself The New Edison "The Phonograph with a Soul" Stormes Drug1 Store NINA. Hardin and Jasper Sebastian attend-c- d the show at Richmond Thursday. .Mr. Willie Prcwitt who has had the Mrs. Willie Anderson and little fever is improving, daughter, Leila Lucille were guest Two members of Mr. J. E. Whit- - ef Mr. II. T. I.unsfurd Wednesday. ted' family have the mumps. Mr. and Mr. Karnle Matear and ions, were the guests Saturday The son of Mr. nnd Mr. Andle night ami Sunday of hi parents, Mr, Matlock is 111 with pneumonia. anil Mrs. Mare Malear. Mr. Walter Hardin spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Anderson and night with Mr. Dewey Anderson. little daughter, l.etla Lucille, were (InrmenU, 26 All the guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Son. per cent off. J. K. Dickerson Mrs, James Hume, Friday. Mr. Dewey Anderson Is nt home Mtsie Iva Pearl nnd 7.111a Mao for ii few weeks stay from I.otlUnil, Hume and brother, Carl, spent ThursOhio. day night with (heir uncle, Mr. and Miss Llixle Creech spent lost week Mr. Henry Husae of Madison county. with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Asxiie Mr. and Mr. Clayton Anderson Matlock. anil two children Herbert and Mr. and Mr. II. T. I.umfonl spent Anna Geneva, were the guests of his Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. WHMc brother, Mr .and Mrs. Willie Ander Prather. son Saturday and Sunday. Miss I.imla Hume spent Wednesday night with her nunt, Mr. ami Mrs. Morse Hos. HF.GIN FEEDING YOUR PICS Mr. nnd Mrs. Cronley I!om nnd as seen as they .will rat. Keep them Miss Maggie Whltted were in growing . When yu legln feeding-them- , caster, shopping, Saturday. kivc n little II. A. THOMAS Mrs. Clayton Anderson and daugh HO(J POWDKIt every day. Corrects ter were the afternoon guest of Mr. indigestion tenic ami tissue builder ami Mr. W. T. Wataon. Satunlav. Kxpels worm. Mr. Dewey Andcron, Mr. Walter W. A. DICKKKSON t's Keady-to-Wc- 1 1 in fell prnMrntn In n dend kwihiii. I icht, wnnnth nnd two genial joung fnce bending over htm n he lay on n r u- It In n luxurIouly furnUheil npnrt nn nt greeted hi dated ene. The recanting him olleltoulv n'n senicd tn lie brother nnd sister You nro with friends." spoke) tho young limn. "Ikmt excite or illsturh yourself until you nre completely nut - ed" I tu t sitting up. "It MI." where am I?" Iiitpilred Martin, wn only u Utile weak said vrn "Wo found yon on the Inwn. Street, in LANCASTER, hi Saturday, May 8 AT 2:00 O'CLOCK, P. M. These cows are selected from the farmers of Tennessee and are brought direct from the farmers to you. heavy springers. Some are fresh and others are Now is the time to buy a good Tennessee Jersey. LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED. Pruner& Prater CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. t jiorkct bearing the nnme 'Mnrtln Onlo.1" "I am he." "Old you ever know that person!" Inquired the young Indy, Indicating nn oil iMirtmlt on the wnll. Why I thl must be the old linn- soin 'I ii re, nnd that I John Ilnntnm. Is he living yctf I he heref "No. my fnther hn ben dend many jenm," replied tho young man. "You once thnt did litm nn net of ktndne neither he nor ourselve ever forgot. You rhnnged the entire current of Id life. Io jou recnll Why, In old day Mr. Han som wn given n little tn drink," re sponded flale hnlf evasively, "and I I brought him homo ono cold winter night." "Carried him two mile on your back, you mean, found by you, lying stupefied In a snow- - bank where h would have perished but for our time- ly nld. And, true man that you were, you concealed the fact from the public. When fnther recovered hi right mind and reformed you hnd moved nwny from llrocton. He sought vainly to trncn you. Half n hundred time h told us of you. Just before he tiled he urgetl mo to locate you and see that you never suffered for means while Itansoin hnd n dollar," Mnrtln Onle'a runaway experience covered Just three day. It end found tli baleful nnd loyal lllanrlie ami Wll tou Hansom with hi in at Mayvllle, ren ovktlng permanently the fortune of ! the little family who so deferred the tntroui service! beituwvd. hot. "There n letter In your tht Itr Your tobacco will ripen from two to three weeks earlier when set with a Bemis Planter SOLD BY W. J. Eomaas We hive Cutting Harrows at prices that will 1r. tereit you. See ui before buying. fhe Central Record, Lancaster, PAINT LICK Ky. Thursday, May 6, 920 1 MOTHERS DAY "Say it with Flowers" SECOND SUNDAY IN MAY, MAY 9th. We all want Flowers on this day for "The Best Pal You Ever Had" Call 55. McRoberts Drug Store Mr. Leslie Sloan is here with relatives nnd friends. TV ( tU cluli met with Mki Mable Hall Tueeday evening, Mr. Jennie SlaWn was a visitor In I'nint Lick Msntiay. Mr. T. J. .odd and family were Helen visitor Sunday. Mr. K. ('. MeWhortcr wss a vsltor in Paint I.lek Saturday, .M.s Heater Patrick apent Sunday with .Mim Kena Underused. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry McWherter were in I'aint Lick Friday. Miss Fannie Dowdcn was n visitor n llrrra Saturday until Monday, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. (5. Woods moved Monday to their farm near Kirksville. Heady-to-Wc- Eternal and everlasting home task done by hnml day tn and clay out will sun the lift-- and kill the spirit of the best woman that ever lived, If continued long enough. Life u far tweeter nnd happier on the farm where GENCO LIGHT ever) body' tnsks easy nnd interesting. Wailiing, ironing, rrenm separating nnd n hundred other joyless Job are turned Into play by (ienco Light, the complete electric light and Ren era) utility power plant. This plant furnishes regular city light that Light will is safe, simple and clean. (Jenco pump the water, run the washing machine, the cream set arator. the churn, the vacuum cleaner, electric iron, fanning mill, grindstone and any other machine thnt is uiually operated by hand, (ienco Light will help you and your family to do more work with less effort and in this way it pays for Itself in the time and labor it rave. Let us show you the plant running and prove tn you that I Ienco Light will return more for every dollar invested than any other machine on your farm. make CONN BROS., Dealers. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck is a profitable "beast of burden" and surely has the "right of way" in every line of business activity. For a!I trucking purposes in the city and for all heavy work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck with its manganese bronze and every other Ford merit of simplicity in dc'sri, strength in construction, economy in operation, low purchase price, stands head and shoulders above any other truck on the market. Drop in and let'stalkitovcrand leave yourorder for one. worm-drive Haselden Bros Garage Lancaster, Ky. 40 or 50 FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. If you want to Buy n Farm a Farm see Sell a Farm or Ex-chanf- fu W. T. KING The Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. LANCASTER, KY. F. D. Ne. 1. It Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. All Garments. 25 per cent en". J. K, Dickcrson and Son. I'aint Lick Hall Team will open the season on their own wound Saturday. Mis Fanny Cox spent the weekend with her hrothcr. Mr. 0. C. Cox and family. II Same. Two days later Mr. nnd Sirs. W. O. Andersen, Mr. Act Act III Garret of Madame York's 1 III nnd children were and Mrs. II. L. home. Three days later. in Richmond Monday. Place A New England Town, Itcv. VanWinkle of Ilcren, prench-e- d Present. at the Christian Church at this fime Pantomime "Rock of Ages" . , place Sunday night. Edna Mae Underwood. Miss Lenn and A. H. Estridge spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. First Ltfebost Still In Existence. Dunn at Whites Station. The flrt lifeboat over mn lt- - U Hurnnm linker of Indiana, was ve- In PTl'ti'txv In Yorkshire ll was con. iling friends and relatives here the Mnietrd In 1)2. In Im uod "fur nv- In? f In tnrtn nr other dancer tn latter part of last week Mr. nnd Mrs. Ths. Legsdon, nnd hlp." A poor Mpwrlgli' li wnted and mad It. and onrlliitiiMit mnlil. Mr. ami Mrs. Hennett I'oop were in ered hU Inlmr and klll so meritorious Itlchmond shopping Monday. thnt It voted him the sum of $2,000 as Mi Ciracie Ambrose underwent a a reward. slight operation of the nose nt the till Y ANTS VI LI,E Hohinson Ilospitnl at Ilcrca Saturday. Mr. U. M. Hurness had as her Rev. C. S. Connnt spent a few dnys guests Sunday, Mrtie Willie Hurgess week in Cincinnati. and Mary Hackney, Messrs John nnd last Mr. Colliver Dawes spent the week James all of Itichmend. in Paris. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Friend linve end with friends Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis were taken rooms nt Mrs. W. F. I'arks. Mr. Friend will work at the Patrick nnd Lexington visitors Saturday. Mr. Will Beazley of Iluckeyc spent Conn Garage. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friible of Bloom-Ingto- n last week with Mr. W. J. IJroaddus. Garments, 25 All Ind were called here by the death of Mrs. ' Friible's niece, Mrs. per cent olT. J. E. Dickcrson & Son. Mattic Sloan. MtM Amy Dawes spent a few dnys will Inst week with friends in Georgetown. Itcv. Iloonc of Kirksville preach at Mt. Tabor next Sunday at Dr. Sam Rote of Winchester was 11 A. M., every body come and hear the guest Sunday of his mother, Mrs, him as he is coming subject to .call Janie Rose. Mr. Woods Wnlker left Saturday Miss Annie Philips of Stanford was for Columbia Tenn, to visit friends. a week end guest of her aunt, Mrs. He took several docs with him and V, J. Hogan. will join others for a fox chaic in thnt Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsee, Jr., en- community. tertained Rev. and Mrs. G. S. Conant Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Wynn. Mr. and and family Sunday. Mrs. W. C. Wynn motored to LexingThe Bryantsvillc boys have organ ton and Frankfort, Mr. and Mrs. W, ized a ball team nnd we hope they C. Wynn remained at the place for n will have great success. few days visit with her brother Mr. and Mrs. William Sherrow of Mr. and Mrs. Klihu Kit ridge who Richmond, Ind., arc the guests of have been in Indiana for some time, friends and relatives here. write they have bought a store and Miss Jessie Williams of Fort Worth house and lot at Champaign Ind., and Texas, is the attractive guest of Mr. will reside there in the future. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mrs. Sophia Trcndway has resigned Mr. and Mrs. Alonxy are at Trcndway and Logsdon's store and receiving congratulations Shcrrow ar over the gone to Uerea where she has accept. daughter, Ethel ed a position with Welch at that rival of a little place, so as to put her son, Quentln in llrown. Mesdames Florence Hallnrd and school there. Rhoda Wylie, Miss Ethel Wylie nnd y Mr. E. M. Centers left here Mr, Gocbel Ilallard were in Lexington for Pcubelo Colorado, for n business trip. Mrs. Centers accom- shopping Saturday. Mrs. William Scott. Misses Lila panied him as far as Cincinnati where she will visit her brother Mr. Wm. Ray nnd Rachel Scott. Mr. William Scott Jr., and Mrs. J, W, Bryant were Scott and sisters. in Lexington shopping Friday. K. L. Hill nnd chilMr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ellen Curtis returned to her dren spent several days with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W, O. Anderson, home in Richmond last week after while waiting for their household spending several days with her sons, goods to nrrivc at Richmond where Messrs Floyd and Forrest Curtis. Mesdames H. C. Rose, J. Ilognn Mr. Hill hns accepted a position. plays nt the school building Ballard, 0. M. Moreland, Misses Zllla The next week will be each night, except and Amy Dawes attended the May Monday and Saturday nights. Kev. pole nt K. C. W. Danville .Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards en (eorge A. Hubble, Lincoln University Tenn., will preach to the graduate tertained a number of relatives SunSunday evening- at 8:00. There will day, those present were Mr. and Mrs. also be plenty of music by Miss Alma Will Swopc nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Lear's nnd Mrs. F. II. Smith's music A. B. Swope nnd family. classes. Mrs. Rhodie Wylie entertained n number at dinner Friday, those pres. PROGRAM. cut were: Mrs. Ellen Ballard nnd Mrs. Murthn Parrel of Paint Lick, Mes Paint Lick High School Auditorium, dames Edd and Calvin Huiettc, Flor ence Ballard and Belle McKechnie. Wednttday Evening Mat- 12th. Mrs. W. J. Hogan and Mrs. E. II. Eight O'Clock. Ballard were hosts for the "Com PART I. munity Silver Tea" Thursday after Operetta The Quest of the Pink noon from 3 to 6 o'clock. They were Parasol... ...Primary Department assisted In entertaining by Miss Mnyme Ballard, nnd the music was Cast. Fairy Queen ..Margnretta Kuhlman rendered by Miis Amy Dawes and Dorothy Duncan Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard which was Ruth For the occasion Poppy ........Mary Hammock greatly enjoyed. First Second Poppy ......Hazel Hensley quantities of lavender and white Third Poppy ......Almo Thompson lilacs were used through out the Fourth Poppy Emmn.. Evelyn White house. The refreshments of Sher-ber- t, individual cakes and mints also Madge Patrick Fifth Poppy Sixth Poppy Mary Elizabeth Lcdford carried out the color scheme of lavSeventh Poppy Mary Luctta Itothwell ender and white. During the afterEighth Poppy ...Jessie Rhodus noon a contest of "Floral Symbols" Ninth Poppy ........Ruby Rhodus was given and Mrs. R. I. Burton who Tenth Poppy ......Irene Henderson had the largest number of correct Cornett ones, was presented with a box of Gardener Queen' 1'age.. ...... .Richard Ross' Lavender Stationery. Quite a neat Queen's Page L. D. Fritts sum was realized and a very pleassnt Act I The Poppy Garden Twilight afternoon was enjoyed by the ones present. Act H Dawn. 1 1 Rcady-to-WcWed-nesda- Tableau: Moonlight on dead Poppies. Act III Midnight. PART II. Comedy The Masonic Ring High School Expression Class. Dramatic Personal; Roderick York, a Jealous husband A. II. Kstrldge Hnttholomew Jeremiah Fnrebrothcr, n detective Rodney Rnliton Fred Halt, cousin to Mrs. Roderick York Richard Davis Mrs. Roderick York, n recent college graduate and bride of three weeks llculah Lcdford Ethel Winn, n college chum of Mrs. Roderick York- - ..Cynthia Pruitt Madame York, mother of Roderick York Lena Estridge Pence York, the stern elderly sister of Roderick York Grace Hall Miss Delnncy Jones, a deaf elderly friend of the family. . .Stella West Tlldie McComick, the fourteen. yenr-ol- d wnnl of Miss Delanccy Jones .Snriih Hutchinson Synopsis. Act I Library of Madame York's home. A morning; In late The tartest electric sign In the world advertises WRIGLEYS on Times Square, New York City: it is 250 feet long. 70 feet high. Made up of 17.286 electric lamps. The fountains play, the trade mark changes, readmit alternately SPEARMINT. WRIGLEVS OOUBLEMINT. and JUICY FRUIT, and the Spearmen "do a turn.' This Is seen nightly by about people from all over the world. 500.000 sign Sealed Tight Kept Right A7 In oMen t.i. e i i Mitltw In d The la a- -t ; i r llfi- - of Hie female i . 'a a perfume. Th a Inr-.'- i numcoehlmv' ued nit' ore i't In silver nrd ornaber of i'gi 'h Milrh lir r i!ld Itody nutmi'S uml prvclm Mime, rests, pniie 'tttig 'n in from the hurn-ln- s mented ulth rn.v tif tin mm until the little ones and hung frum n lady's tielt like a modern enierse. Ens-lansceiit-boiili'. lnittct - r'S Nut"o Once i Perfurnt. Why I Leva Amsrlea. Now ask me why 1 love America 1 Such homes mlno are to be found all the country over and they are what iinke It a great country. Every boy init has these, loved ones that be .irtzes above all others. For these we gladly five our lives, for all boy Being Mimts aro brave and unselfish. we aro not only In In happiness of our loved ones, but nre determined to see that every oilier family Is Just as happy as our In wii. Lieut Belrln W. Maynanl uiM-lfls- l.lfi. i Liked the Nam. One of the government-ownedwellings near the Union station, Washington. Is occupied by a stout colored woman "ho has converted It Into a small hotel for folks or the darker race. Over the door N a alsnboartl with the Inscription. The Annex." I asked the woman to ulint other hotel was her place an annex. "Oh." she replied, Mdat's Jes de name of my hotel. Dar ain't no other hotel 'nected with I It. Jess picked de word 'Annex Vnuxe It sounds lilch toned like." Wnrllnston Herald. d The Home of John Deere Farming Implements. ...... ............Fred G0MM.0E ft WALKER M0S.f LiHdittr, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, May 6 1920. IE 3I1DI Have you seen our line of 'I Punuant to a call of the Democrat State Convention the democrats of Garrard County met at the Court House in Lancaster, Kentucky, on OBELISK FLOUR the 1st day of May, 1920, at 2 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of electing delegates to attend the State Demo A Sack Today. cratic State Convention, to be held in the city of Louisrille, on the 4th day of May, 1920. The meeting was Seed Corn. called to order by J E.. Robinien, Chairman of the County Committee, Will Insure Good who stated the object of the meeting. On the motion of J. M. Farra. G. C. White, Yellow, Walker was elected chairman of th meeting, and on Motion J. Hogan Cow Peas, Cane Seed, upon the following resolutions were Ratlard was elected secretary. WhereSee these before you buy Soy Beans, Millet. offered by G. T. Karris and seconded by John M. Farra and unanimously Ky. MANY adopted. 1st. Resolved that the following Bran. named democrats be, and they are Are To hereby selected and appointed at del egate to represent Garrard County Meeting. at the State Democratic Convention AND at Louisville, Kentucky, en May 4th Several Governor Will Alio Be Pret- - 1920. G. C. Walker, John M G DC Farra, Mis Helen Gill. G. T, Farm. cnt At Interstate Conference, Mrs. R. G. Woods, Henry Cox, Eng May S.tl. li'h Dunn J. E. Robinson, Wm. F Miller. Miss Shelby Mason, D. F. Ran Record ed school of experience which MORROW WILL SPEAK. has enabled their fathers to kin. A. K. Walker, Mrs. G. D. RobinWeekly. $1.50 Year. son and Ash Arnold, wvi the followachieve success in an era when Payable In Advance. BEKEA Seme of the mast noted f against educators in America will participate ing who are alternates of the dele, the hand of fate was Superstition Cencemlna Diamond. That duly Strk. gate J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. the Ht fc every farmer when there was in the Interstate Conference on Rural Bright named in Wood order named: niMfefn -r Vr ft J lainci l la cirtM-C- r int . Herring, E. P. Wllmot. P.. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. .. irvnnl vr1h huhj frt.i., no adequate recompense for Education which will be held in the Brown, Ebb Ceeley. Mark Jennings. '"other ram fr-Int.ir H fam tu..., nn! II ... ..t t. i ....., ...... auditorium of Rerea College May 8 V. A. Lear, R. I. Rarker. E. P. Ray. labors when the star of to 1 1 by the United States Bureau of . ln'r finlalnl i that the i.i Entered at the Post Office In Lan- their Ball, Sim Wheeler, John M. WriMar. xtiM, never hope was obscured by the low Education in 'ri t.rr'Mrli If. On hr ifce rvtvm siren freHt ami with the John Mail caster, Ky., ai Second-Clas- s n Btlasttleel la wt Amon David Rankin, Robert Walker, am) notrr taken, lent. ftvir rmi-tw- l. prices of their products. State Department of Education and Matter. he Tandy Centers. br Bitt l4(nrre na a Utile by fraud ar fnr" college. ple--1 tergv .1 Yet all of this splendid train the authorities of the Mtttae 2nd: Resolved that the delegates Afternoon and evening sessions (Italr. Stir rrartt.il atrrl-4- r far ing seems to be without avail Lucastcr, Ky., Maj 6, 1920 Candle of this Convention be instructed to I will be conducted May 8, and during mnt.t. Ih.ti rmawrtit--4 if to her- - The Pin andrfnttirV Auction. W mfvm of timta They want to leave the farms the other three days teutons will be cast the vote ,of this County In the'ir If that tirk Mw'l hrre " . .i ' L "1'i.or l"iilk' I'tw.r' nrr fifth i it nri(iI in .1 city ox Louis- icalnl" me Fathers have pleaded. Moth held in the morning, afternoon and tuiivcnuon Member Kentucky Press Association rrmr ha aanln In tm at Old on 4th, wln-ers and sisters and sweethearts evening. In addition to the general ville Cox, May Ohio, for Governor James and lntlaeiir llearr IV ' Simple M. of as the democratic TVe lifakr!nri fnw mm la IMS. Eighth District Publishers League. have shed bitter tears. But the sessions sectional meetings will be Whr l It that n-make an ill I held. It is expected that at least 250 nominee for president of the United liirtHinre mIhm .wlmealttt thruxcti ttm alien a (4n tHMtI la a tannine ran unrest is there it will not iprv aer. was tie fH. Tlw will attend. Governor Morrow will States, and are directed to use their nl'.l.wirh tltr H a nrahlns rW twrntT let fur CIS UK Influence and vote in having the dele- - nrt' nl.'n a Raid For Political Announcement. sleep. & hi? This trw l deliver an address on Sunday afterIt ha imt made nwrr lhan IS. gates selected to attend the National Ux iIih furt Ileal. Ni II e For Precinct and City Offices. .5.00 True, the city newspapers noon May 9. lal'er mw, t tUf (51 line f tlw rur Uilnli.ii Dully 10.00 are filled with enticingly word For County Office Albert S. Williams. State Superin Convention at San Francisco on June Ily 29th, 1920, to be Instructed to vote thai I mtidi. rntlirr tttan tU rnre I For State and District Offices.. 15.00 ed advertisements calling for tendent of Public Instruction, Nash- for James M. Cox, as the nominee on ltM.nrf. which f h.- - iw4 nlierr !. For Calls, per line .10 help, but when sifted down ville, Tenn, will preside at the open the democratic ticket for President as the txxlr of the IWi mi .10 For Cards, per line ing on DO YOU EGGS WANT fhat whrtt It RHirr tlirnwen Hit- - ntrr they are more often found to dresses the afternoon of May 8. Ad of the United States. For all publications in the InterIt tinte-- i will be made by William NEXT WINTER 7 3rd; Resolved that the delegates rtierefwre n Hfhl ravtly l'.'ilt It ami est of individuals or expres-jJo- q be jobs that the city man does Goodell Frost, president of Berea mm !ltnrlHiie.. tSrri The He it way It to rale of individual views, per not want. The farmer lad is College; George W. Colvin, State Su at this Convention are directed to your own producer. vote for J. E. Robinson, our County-ma- n W line 10 How Flih Cst. My SINGLE COMB asked to come in and take the perintendent of Public Instruction; for the member of the Demo U'litn a rmlfUli ml il tkr an nr. .06 Obituaries, per line M. P. Shawkey, State Superintendent IIROWN LEGHORN KENS crumbs that remain. cratic Executive Committee for the er In lt mouth, entck th lill tle of Free Schools, Charleston, W. V'a.; are ready to furnUh you lot the in. Ml nnH i.lertk tkt klit-llarge. It is an unfortunate condi h. McCIennahan, State Superin State at with factory unlit that will FOR CONGRESS. 4th: Resolved that the delegates Cntli crack the JmM af itrHr twa'trr tion which faces the country, tendent of Public Instruction, Des nml ik4i mil their meat pay bit profiti If properly elected in this Convention are in Th' account We are" authorized to announce and one which must be met. Moines, la., and J. L. Mcllrein, Dir ttw rantin-t- . of developed. structed to vote as a ques ItrtlHeitti RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, 16 for $1.00, IOO Price If the deplorable depopula ector Rural Schools Extension, Unit lions arising Deiore unit on all Con-- j wh'rli n ar ftHjfMl iiiniraHi. the hr n An I the State r a candidate for the Democratic nomifnrt. for $5.00. tion of the farms continues ed States Rureau of Education, Vention and at all ilimlrirl ranv.nflnnt itnn! fWini,-tuIn th imi nation for Congress in this, the Washington, D. C. ERLE C FARRA, depth, it i uM that If a hlp! ri Eighth Congressional District of there can be but one result. The evening of the same day, A. O, in the naming and selecting the dlsi I V atl I... a.... a. a i. Box 171. Lancaster, Ky, nl " " Kentucky. State Primary Election, The farmer will live in peace Thomas, State Superintendent, Au tnct members of the nartv onranixa-- ! tion, and in organixing the various i'l'li Hith the xi4lou of Ht tortal Saturday, August 7, 1920. and plenty, because he can al guita, Maine, will preside. Governor committees ways raise sufficient for the Morrow and Gov. William L. Harding in the event for the Convention, and " " that all of the delegates FOR CONGRESS. needs of himself and his fam of Iowa, wll speak. selected herein are not present those fBTMlSirallilrS. ffirSSTiairirTy Dr. Clatlon To Speak. delegates pretcnt are authorized to We are authorized to announce ily. But everywhere the'eities ren II. Wilson, Board of Home Mis. COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Andcnon will cry for food when there is cast the entire vote for the County Ily Sunday morning, May 9, Dr. War- ' county, a candidate for the Demo. no food to be had. And the sions of the Presbyterian Church In at any and all times that the dele-- l Congress in erotic nomination for gates are entitled to vote. leaves the the United States of America, N'ew 5th: Resolved that we do most this, the Eighth Congressional Dis young man who York Cty, will speak. Governor Mortrict of Kentucky. State Primary farm will be among those who row and Dr. Wilson will heartily endorse our President, Wood deliver ad Election. Saturday, August 7, 1920. experience the joys of a gny irerses in the afternoon. George W. row Wilson and commend him for his unshaken courage in battling for the life and an empty stomach. Colvin, State Superintendent, will greatest crown of glory preside In the evening. Dr. P. P. people, not only for the people of this The FROM FRYING PAN TO FIRE nation the peoples of the of the world war was placed Claxton, Unted States Commissioner world. but forwe arc gratified not That upon by Marshal Foch upon the of Education, Washington, will be A story jjoea that once only as democrats but as citizens over a time a live fish was placed in brow of a farmer boy from the one of the principal speakers. the wonderful administration of the a frying pan. In its agony it mountains of Tennessee. He affairs of this country under his great SELLS" leadership. gave one mighty Hop and land- is the hero of heroes of the war Cth: Resolved that we condemn as ed in the hotter coals of the or all wars. fire. Kignt bwineuronci unAmerican the action of the Repub The farm boy of today has lican United States Senate in its ef. We fear the story of the an opportunity of performing fort to destroy the League of Nations fable is being enacted in real for his country an even greater for the sole purpose of making political capitol. life today. service than that which made THE SALE SATURDAY WAS 7th; Resolved, that thl Conven There is a growing unrest Alvin York's name known GREAT SUCCESS. tion rnilorip nml rnmmpml Jmlt.. among young men on the farms wherever civilization exists. thf,.7lL The sale of the property of Mr. Charles A. iinrdin, chairman of an unrest which constitutes By remaining upon the farm, Joshua B. Adams property which lies Statu Committee, in his efforts to raft a distinct peril to the nation. where life is clean and oppor- radically, though not quite, in the harmonize the factions of our party IS! Stories of abnormally high tunities are never lacking, he ity limits of Danville, was conducted in the state and are gratified at the ' jS wages paid for even unskilled can aid in saving millions of last Saturday afternoon by Swine-broa- success obtained. G. C. WALKER, Chairman, IS who "alaaya sells" and the labor in the cities have tired helpless women and children J. Hogan Ballard, Secretary-- '51 tule, as is his usual custom, was a the farm hand with that great- from the pnngs of hunger and 3, great big success. Messrs Dever and est of all American curses a the depths of despair. Mom, the local representatives, did a , desire to get rich quick. For without the products of big part in making the sale the suc We wish to express our many In imagination he sees the the farm even life itself can not cess that it proved to be. Bollvcr thanks ami appreciation to those who money rolling in, but there his be sustained. Bond, auctioneer supreme, was at his were so kind to us during our recent best on the block Saturday. The to sorrow, for the beautiful imagination stops. lie never lloral of tal sale amounted to $02,040.70 and ferings, for the kind words from pas thinks of it pouring out again. THE POT AND the average per acre'foV the 141 acres tors, for the singing and kind words And in the big cities, despite $439.88. The THE KETTLE. wasby the following:land was purchas- from each one. the high wages paid, there is ed Mrs. J. II. Bourne and children. quite as much pouring as rollThere are but few cities or 83.14 acre to Georgo White of Versailles, for $10,000. ing. towns in this country but what Bible Just why bright eyed, keen have their pots and their ket at 1C.44 acres at $407.60; 20.51 acres Tho is plan Baptist $400; 35.53 acred at $350 went to minded and energetic young tles men whose principal Mr. G. A. McRoberts. This adjoins ning toForks a Bible Church have Institute May men of the country should pre- form of diversion consists of Mr. McRoberts present farm and will 730. There will be four uddresses fer the exasperating perplexi- villlfying each other. But it is give him an outlet to the Lancaster each day and they will be n great inpike, making two outlets, the East spiration to all who attend. Lunch ties of the city to the peaceful poor policy. will be served each day. A mind that can see nothing Main street one and the above. certainties of the country is 7.80 acre at $470; 8.40 acres ut All are cordially invited to come good in others has a loose 590 went to J. D. Whitehouse. difficult to conceive. and we extend a special Invitation to From Infancy they have screw of Its own. Its cogs are 19.03 acres at $530 went to Tilford every member of the Forki Church. been trained in the hard head not well oiled its working Alexander. Danville Adreeja'.c. B. J. Skaggs, Pastor. FARMING IMPLEMENTS HARDWARE, PAINTS. parts are not properly adjust ed. In all people there is much that is bad, but there is always something that Is good. We see the imperfections and mag nify them by repetition. The goodness we gloss over and for get. The pot is black, and so is the kettle, and it 111 becomes either to traduce the other. The public is not greatly inter ested in the private opinion of one person regarding another, and it tires of hearing them shouted from the housetops or roared from the gutters. If the pot and the kettle would clean their own bottoms they would have little occasion for throwing stones at each other. GARRARD DELEGATES Instructed James For M. Cox. V. c. FERTILIZER IS BEST FOR BURLEY TOBACCO LAND PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW. Gov. First Patent Try Tested a Stand. Strawberry. EDUCATORS Attend Berea Farm Feed, Ballard's Pure Wheat Conn "LIVE Brothers. LET LIVE FOLKS." EasSSMl jrJLJ rr t: The Central ..-'- ne , f-- .,i i rr : i u h-- lff (f4a"t bn . rr vr. -- irr ft. aht 5!-i- .. ...... mi. .. .... l. J tr ! r'n k I -- . l?aF5Ilr'0 rBrSl i ' "ALWAYS is Never Disappoints d, . Brown Manly Riding1 Cultivator Card of Thanks. Institute. ket. Ask the man who owns one. New stock of . Hoosier Two Horse Corn Planters Buy it because it is the best cultivator on the mar- HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 6, 920 1 5 Unusual Values In New Sum- MAY SALE ON Bargains In SHOES We have a special lot of shoes in small sizes 4 A mer Blouses. Dainty Garments, dozens of them, in Crepe-d- c Womens Suits, Coats and Dresses 25 PER CENT OFF. chine and Georgette. SPECIAL $5.98. these values since a glance at the items will prove the wisdom of seeing them and choosing promptly. to dwell on the importance of It hardly seems necessary we will offer at the special price of i M r 'it 's' ii $2.98. See our beautiful line of Pumps and Oxfords. II The Joseph Mercantile Go ' UK. Mri.rn a, HOUSE OF QUALITY. THE ONE PRICE STORE. SEE OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT. '0 f FOR SALE: 200 barrels of old corn. Plenty good enough for seed. Phone 44. John T. Hicks. We nre still trimming our prices and not our customers. POST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. We will sell you n Hnke .$55.00 Mailable Hanire for ..$100.00 Disk Harrows .$57.50 Prince. Hiuiku for $08.50 Smoothing Harrows .$21.50 Standard Kuniti' for 55.00 Double Shovel Plows.. .5 0.00 $15,001 Garden Plows Cast Itanue for. . .$ 3.80 $70.00 i Punch Henna per pt Deere Mower 15c $5,1.00 Garden seed, pt Deere Cultivator . We are selling for less, not much rent to pay. HOUSE PAINT $3.75 A GALLON. Ik-cr- t' Mr. Jole Mnrsee attended the races in Lexington Monday. Mrs. K. L. Owsley is the guest of Mm N. L. Hrennugh in Xlehalasvlllc. Judge Lewis L. Walker will return home Saturday, after a ten days stay at Martinsville, Ind. Mr. Elmer Muhnn of Williamsburg spent n few days thfa week with his father, Mr. W. M. Malum. ... -- 1 0-l- c J. R. MOUNT The & CO. Messrs Robert anil Jnek Ktnj: of pnt the week end with their ceutin, Mrs. Tom Mnrsee. Lowell Mrs. Edward Tenter of Akron, Ohio, is heru to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. Lon Hourne, Mrs. W. A. Spcilh has returned home lifter spending several weeks with her home folks in Louisville. Deal House. Mi-i'- i l.ucy and Anna Hello Van Luss were visiting in Pnlnt Lick, re cently. I s Friends here have received an Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Iticr, who hnve been guests of Mrs. II. A. H. Marks-bur- y nouncements of the marriage of Mr. .Mason and Mfts Sue Mrs. ltoic and Mrs. Louis l.nmlrnni have Horace - Walker, of Washington Shelby Mason have been recent visiCity, o Miss Elizabeth Wine, of New returned to Louisville, tor in Lexington. York City. The marriage took nlace Mr. and Mrs. Simon White nnd last Tuesday, in New York City, the Mrs. Arthusa Currey has returned little daughter, Bessie Mne, spent ceremony being performed in the front n visit to her daughter, Mrs. F. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas "Little Church Around The Corner." D. Gaines in Danville Hourne on the Danville pike. The Woman's Club held their Inst Mrs. Km in ii KnutTman has returned Mrs. Iiurton Woodward nnd little meeting Thursday afternoon at their from a visit to her ncicc, Miss Van daughter, Elizabeth Cash, arc guests rooms on Lexington avenue. After Greenlcnf, in Richmond. of her grand parents, Judge nnd Mrs. the business session Mrs. It. E. Mc Mrs. A. H. Kicr, of Richmond. E. W. Harris, on Maple Avenue. Roberts read an interesting paper on Indiana, Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. K. L. Owsley, Mr Wat Arnold. the history of the club from its or Mrs. II. A. II. Marksbury. time. Mrs. Jesse Arnold nnd Miss Mary ganization until the present Mrs . Anna Davis, and three chil- Arnold attended the funeral of Mrs. The Club will tnks.' up their work dren nnd Miss Llsxie Davis were Kilna Wilmore Arnold in Nicholas, again in October. The new officers elected were President, vacant; Vice guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Young, ville Wednesday. President Mrs. W. M. Elliott; Sec Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. I. J. Holtxcluw had as week retary Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn, Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Ilrown, of Stan- end guests, Miss Genie Mois of Stan und Treasurer Mrs. Sam Hasclden. ford, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ilrown nnd ford, Miss Fnye King, .Miss Elizabeth On Friday evening, Mrs. Irn J. baby of llryuntsville, were gueita of Thompson, of Danville, Messrs Karl Mr. and .Mrs. E, I'rcscott Hrown on Thompson, ltoscoe Thompson nnd Holtzclaw entertained with one of the charming. alTairs of the season, a parKdd Williams, nil of Danville. Sunday. ty in honor of her house guests. The homo was artistically decorated with many plants, palms, ferns, pink and white tlowerc, Delicious refreshments were served and the color scheme of pink and white were curried throughout. The evening was thoroughly enjoyed by tho following guests, Miss Judith James Daniel, Miss LaVcrnc Hicks, Miss May in e Stapp, Miss LuGallon House cille Sutton, Miss Thelma Hamilton I- ofhr Virginia. ton Mrs. Jess Thorous and daughter, Allene spent the day Monday with .Mr. ami Mrs. O. It. Carpenter and Mrs. William Mnrsce. Mrs. S. D. Carpenter, motored thru A Brhf Minilen ef IS Cemlnti sd to Greuntburg, Indiana, for several Geisjs by Then Vt Art Inliriiltd In. Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Covington, weeks stay with relatives. 11 the gueit of her mother, Mrs. Ellen Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Carpenter, and llettis, on Maple Avenue. children, Mr. and Mrs. George Stn Mr. Clay KnutTman hns returned Mrs. E. W. Morrow, Mrs. K. II. ley nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hill Staley of to Covington. Marksbury and Mrs. Joe Walker have Lexington were the pleasant guests Mr. S. C. Denny la spending n few been recent guests in Danville. of Mrs. Joe Turner Sunday, weeks at Hot Springs. Mrs. A. Ii. Itlce, Mrs. Louis Dr. and Mrs. J. It. Kinnaird and Mr. ami Mrs. Clay Sutton were Dr. ami Mrs. W. M. Elliott, returned Mist Sallie I.ou Myers Is on duty visitors in Danville Tuesday, at the Danville Hospital. this week from New Orleans, after the Mrs. Richard Pcpples and baby, of spending two weeks attending Mr. Joe Francis it spending sevCincinnati, nre guests of her mother, meeting of the American Medical As eral week in Mnrtinsvillc, Indiana. Mrs. Randolph Harris and .Mr. Harris. sociation. CnrmenU, '.'5 All Rcady-to-WeMrs. Tom Marsec entertained with Mrs. K. Prrscott Ilrown has return, per cent olt. J. E. Dickeron& Son. n delightful dinner Monday, the fol cd from a visit to her parents, Mr. lowing guests: Mr, nnd Mrs. Will Mrs. Robert Qulsenberry, of Dan and Mrs. Carroll Ilailey in Stanford. Parson, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner, villi- has been visiting Lancaster Dr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Acton and Miss Mr. and Mrs. James Turner, Misses friends. Florence Acton, of Dnnville, were the Grace Tatuni, Leola Parson, Lucy Mrs. Robert Ktstnaird is the guest guests of friends in Lancaster Sun- .Marsec, (itatha Anglln, Isabel Par son and Mac Turner. mother, Mrs. West, In Lexing- day. Lnn-dra- Gossip About People NN cradle used belonged to Mrs. Jesse century f Sanders and was Classified Column old, Mrs. Sanders and children having been rocked in the cradle. Mr. g and Mrs. Adolph Joseph's baby, Doris RATESi Rose, was in the cradle, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miller's baby, Anna Wages, Single insertions lc a word was standing holding the cradle, while No ad taken for less'than 20c Georgetta Walker entertained the in this column. No nds in this babies, little Willie Allene Hnstin and column charged. Myrtle Acton Tucker rocked the Seven insertions for the cradle. Mary Lee Dunn gave a read-in- g S "Rabies Short and Itnbics Long". G price of five. The children repeated the verse "Suf- - w Phone orders must be paid .... .11 I. . .. . . ier i.iuie innurcn 10 come unio .Me g promptly. Then a prayer by the children for the Imlnej, followed by n song, "Little o Song" by the children which FOR SALEi On ton 1. 11. Csiruck closed the program. .Many mothers J. W. Sweeney, nnd babies were present nnd all went away thinking the services beautiful Good Seed Corn nt Gnrrurd Mi!l and delightful, hoping to come to ing Co. for $3.50 per bushel. Cradle roll day next year. Each Fresh light rolls anil bread every baby received n beautiful souvenir, tf. day nt Hotel Kcngnrlan. Mrs. Thompson Surprised, FOR SALE: Good milk cow, with The home of Mrs. J. J. Thompson of Prencherxville, was the scene of calf by side. Phone 10. Martha Gill. a very happy occasion on Sunday last, which was the good lady's G5th WANTED Grass for some small birthday, also the birthday of her cattle. Hrynntsville phone, , grandson-in-IawMr. J. T. Rigsby. tf Itobt. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. When Mrs. Thompson returned from FOR SALE A good gentle family church she found her table laden with R. E. McRobcrts. a bountiful dinner, which her children mnrc. had prepared at their homes and taken In during her absence. It was touring FOR SALE Hupmobile surprise nnd indeed a delightful car, 1010 model, Good as new. Mrs, thoroughly appreciated by G. C. Walker. Thompson, who has eight living chil dren, twelve FOR SALE three hands, Good 15 M nnd All who par horse mule, ready to work. took of the delectable repast left It- W. K. Lenvell. wishing the splendid woman many FOR SALE Pony nnd complete more such birthdays. The following Hugh sec relatives nnd friends were present: outfit. If interested, Mr. Frnnk Thompson and children, Mobley, at The National Rank. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thompson, Mr. nnd S.d-- t. Mrs. Prewltt Thompson and daugh FOR SALE A nice walking horse, ter, Mr. Charles M. Thompson, Mrs, coming S years old. Phone lii!. HryLettic Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Seph nntsville exchange. Morgan nnd little daughter, Mr. nnd S. W. Hnlcomb, Hrynntsville, Ky. Mrs. llnyden Leavell, .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Itigsby and children, Mr. nnd Mrs, FOR SALE Thoroughbred Barred Robert Holtzclaw, Mr. W. C. Elnm, Eugene Thompson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wal Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 per setting of ter Jordan, Misses Mary and Laverne 15. i'honc 38'J-pd. Mrs. Tnylor House, Williams, Emma J. Palmer, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. McKcnzte nnd children, FOR SALE Yellow Dent Seed and Mr. C. I Cover, of Stanford. Corn, small red cob, deep grain, 12 Interior Journal. to inch ears. Ed Uallard, W. C. T. U. will meet Saturday at Stanford Ky. J:.10 at Mrs. J. II. Kinnalrd's. Ex- GARAGE DEATIIERAGE NOITCK Rev. J. W. Peterson pert repairing on nil cars. Prompt will give a lecture in the Court Home service nnd a square dent. Located here Tuesday night, May 18th, on at the S. II. Estes Livery Stable. the World War in Prophecy. Watch Phone 204. this paper next week for his adver WANTED Rids to buil.l one mile tiicnicnt giving some out lines ci the of pike from Herman Sebastian, on lecture. Kirksville pike, through the old Gibbs O. T. Layton. farm. onc-hnlI B Ily-L- If you nre thinking of selling your farm at Auction, sec Green Clay Walker, representing O. T. Wnllnce and Compnny, 305 Trust Hultding, Lex ington. S. C. Rhode Island Reds Exclusively large size and u rich dark red. Good laying strain. Eggs $1.50 for 15 or $2.50 for 30. Phone 40-J- . tf Mrs. E. W. Perkins. Ilryontsvillc. WANTED: to hear from owner of farm or good land for sale. Price and description. Fall delivery. L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, III. It. pd. WANTED A pUce on farm by the month by married man, with house, garden and cow furnished. A steady csperlenced all around man. Can give best of references. Write P. O. Box 73, Stanford Ky. Ilntly 1. lt-p- Don't Suffer Don't be operated on. If you have the plies in any form go to DRUG STORE nnd get a bottle of Dr. Waddell'a Pile Remedy. AbEvery bottle solutely harmless. guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or money refunded. Mnde by K. W. Medicine Co., Inc. Smith Grove Ky. FOR SALfc it you arc in the Market for n good grain o rtobne-c- o farm write me. I have them from 40 to 200 acres. Priced from $30 to $200 per acre. Liberal terms on most of them. Can arrange for Immediate possession on some. Warren U. Murray. Connersville, Ind. It. R. 0. Reference First National Bank of Connersville. FARMS 5-- grand-childre- n -- New Sewing Room In Town. Wc arc now prepared to do nil kinds of plain und fancy sewing, bending, hemstitching and embroidery work of all kinds. Located at the home of Mrs. J. M. Coy on Richmond street, next door to Opera House. Your patronage solicited. Tele-pho2G5. Mrs. Leo Prucitt, Mils Corn Bryant. Dogs Taxed According to Size. In snmo of the elite of i:nro n log I taxed according to Its kIzi a little tax for n little do und n big tax for n big dog. Liberal Donation. For Up-To.Da- le SAVE THE DIFFERENCE 53.50, Paint per Seed Potatoes per Bushel $6.00, Arbucle Coffee per Pound 4o cents, Seed Sweet Potatoes Cheap. I I I and Mis Elizabeth Thompson of Messrs Earl Swope, Marrs Swinebroad, Clyde Holtzclaw, Eugene Cochran, S. D. Cochran, Earl Thompson, Koscoe Thompson and Edd Williams all of Danville. Dun-vill- e, Sanders Variety Store LANCASTER, Ky. Cradle roll day at the Christian church was quite a success. The decorations were In pink and white flowers and ferns. Mrs. L. G. Davidson and the Cradle roll Superintendent conducted the exercises. Mrs. Ksa Battin furnlhed the music. The FOR SALE: About 200 barrels of Armenian nnd Syrian Relief fund good cam, both white nnd yellow. nnd have turned the same over to Any amount good seed corn. W. R. Kclley, R. F. I). 1. chairman, A. D. Joseph. This is n very liberal donation and wc doubt Lancaster. Ky. if any other Sunday School in the FOR SALE Four Red Angus county hns done as wctl. bulls, ready for service, at fanners prices. Also four poland chtua gilts. A Failure In Life. m A sad story react.-"- fniei South- - subject to register. Hi? type. Harry Frye, art Ij'tnlnii. It ap.Mitr Hint a girl Telephone Hubble. nIH.1- - itivwusc 4.20-t- f. of twenty stiwiiiitl he realised she wn .o old to write FOR SALE: Thoroughbred white either a Npuliir itiwl or a hook of Plymouth Rock eggs. $1.50 a setting. l.mnlon. Kvmi.- .- 1'rom Phih-I- i Reduced prices on incubator lots. "Teropus Fur-It.Mrs. J. K. Sanders, The teiirlier cave Margaret some Hubble, Ky. Vnrn nnd cardboard, nnd after showlns ier how to work a design, told her to WANTED Will want grazing for In'sli It at homo. When one mine to 25 to 50 steer cattle. Will either telitxd the next day with the holMln- shed work, the lonelier ntked her why pasture by the month or rent the the had U"t tlnl'lied It : If she hnd run grass by the acre. Z. T. Rice & Co. jut of yarn. "Oh. no." answered Mar- - Phone 347-A- , or address Z. T. Rice, piret j "I Just run d eat ef time." Richmond, Ky. The Forks of Dix River Sunday school have contributed $'Jt.S5 to the Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, Painting and all kinds of Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P.B.WilJiams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service snd Good Work The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 6, 920. 1 CUNN'3 CHAPEL. Mr. II. M. Kurt waa in Richmond to nttrnd court Momtny. Miss Montie Hay of tanrnitcr vl. The New Chandler YOU HAVE MISSED SOMETHING ited relatives hero Sunday. MIm Allen? McCulley visited Mm. joonn .Mciuury recently. .Mr. Ollle Bojcle purchased n cow of Mr. Hobnrt Tenter for $130. Quite n number from the conimun. ty were in Lancaster Saturday, Mr. Millard Fotheririll lost $160. (three fifty dollnr bills) recently. All Ueady-to-We- GET IN J i STEP AND COME ON TO t I I I I ! I I Garment. 'J5 IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN IT. I A DEMONSTRATION WOULD BE A PLEASURE The Chandler Six of today is the re-su- it per cent off. J. K. Dlckcrson& Son. I'.ev, N. II. Younc wns n jnicst of Mr. nnd Mr.. Hunter Davis Snturdny nicht. Mr. John Land old n rnlf to Mr. Kd Nuylor price ?'--5, alio n now nnd pics for $41. Mr. nnd Mr Harvey Tenter were dinner truest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobnrt Tenter Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobnrt Tenter nnd Mist llcssie Tenter were in Lancaster shopping Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs . John Hall have returned from n visit to Mr. Karl Hoi. mnn nt Fort Thomns. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I. Isbell nnd children spent the week end with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley Simpson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Steve Gayhart nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Davis are welcom- WELCHS iho Itllchcn Cabinet lha( Haven ml!i3 of slepa i We JL )cries of the constant refinement of that first Chandler of nearly seven years ago refinement and mechanical development, without radical change or ques- ing odditions to their families. The protracted meeting began nt the M. K. church here Sunday. Hcv. Morris will assist the pastor Rev. N. H. Young. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnnk Land, Mr. and M t -. .! .'IIP. lII. tl i fr .nnn ...a... .1 . .... ..ittwiit I), Kay nnd Mr. Howard Lnnd were in ' . f.: t i t- tionable experimentation at ahy time. With its several fine new body types, its marvelous motor and its splendid chassis, the CHANDLER is indeed a car you may well be proud to own. 9 lAAiMKiun .uuuuuy. Morford's sale Saturday Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd N'nylor and four children of Mnrksbury nnd Mrs. Robert Davis of Jessamine were recent guests of Mr. nnd Mrs, John Land. Mr. and Mrs. Ed N'nylor ami chil- dren. Mrs. Robert Davis. Mr. and Mrs Hiram Land nnd sons Mr. nnd Mrs, John Lnnd nnd son, were guest of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Frnnk Lnnd and family. IP Mrs. John Lnnd had the misfortune to lose twelve or thirteen dollars, (a in uuimr I.., ana some ones) nt .Mr. tv li uiu .l-- assBV: hatTouGdLMc rtU 'I bbbbbbbbbbT 1 JtXo Extra Cost PANELED END CONSTRUCTION BEST WORKMANSHIP. The cabinet work in the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet is the finest to be had. It not only gives a finer appearance but adds many years to its service. Hoosier's construction eliminates cracking, splitting and warping in kitchen steam and change of temperature. You can't do better than select a Hoosier and select it now. FEED FEED. GALVANIZED Get the most and best results from ROOFING. Cow, Pi ,in etc' b Why wait and pay feed, more for your Galvan- - Rood can We to furnish you ized Roofing. Our price be had and at reasonable the best feed prices, is as low as we can make Try Feeding it and we are not able to TUXEDO CHOP, guarantee this price for CORONO HOG FEED, any length of time. Only $9.00 per Square. SHORTS. HOOSIER. ! s .... 1 1 1 i nftemoon. Charlie Sanders AGENT FOR GARRARD COUNTY. She will gladly give any one returning it n rewnrd. I J ! 16799 DIED ncy trouble last year. Don't allow In Neve York City alone from kid- i de-rtt- ECZEMA wlhoul fionttaalf I hint'. r.il. in In ttracmrtil ol Frm Tetlif, Klniwortn, Ilea, ttr Don't Wmi dittouf asfd b im. other Itnimnli faiiad. Huni'tSalv ha. rtlirvM bun. Ynu ean drtOt of ch ca M( ea our Mammy Mmrm Cuaraaf . Trv II at our nitr TODAY Prica 7Vt at Nl. a STORMES DRUG STORE. VIII. In whoso relen the avoirdupois pound of 7,nno srnln rnmc Into use. This urn estlililUliml it flu. atnmtanl pound during the reign rf Queen Ellt- anetn ami ,u i.cen ront'nueil to the present ilav. Standard English Pound. The orlsinitl Knsllah pound tva from I lie wight of 7,r.n grnlns of wheat taken from tb middle of the ears and mdl dried. Th!s remained the standard from the time-- of William the Conqueror to the time of Henry jxiursclf to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against this trouble by taking ' COLD MEDAL Tha world's stsndard ramedy for kldnay, bUddtr and uric acid troublas. Holland's national rtmedy line '.t3i AU dm c (its, thras sisas. Ouaranta ar U. Laslrfar laa Hat CU M.J.I asJ ccat aa lanlttt.'aa I ""e, Har, Lace From Century Plant. The women of Fnyal. lu I lie Azores, make beautiful lacv from the tlber of leave ot the century plant. Ths -- Game" of Life. Life Is like a came of uliNt. I don't enjoy the game tnui-li- , but like to play mjr cards well ami what will ha the end of It. denrci' Kllot. 1 tf Never Fined ter Speeding. "Humbleness mii.v drive until u fliif," stirs Shakespeare In "The Mcrcliunt ol Venice." Mtut mean fur otiitnictlnj the truffle Tmnrrlpt. The Huitnn "J oust. Lacking. A wiijr I mid in hut). Ii.fii found for wnnlilnc linen hy electricity. In future ,imri will hnve to tear the tiuttontiules ttienisvlvM. I'unch, Loudon. The Tricolor, Tills r rally owe it origin to Mary tytecn of Scots, It was he ho, according to tradition, save tht tricolor device to Paris the white to represent the houso of her roynl tiutiaml. the dauphin, the blue, for Scotland, nnd I he Swiss of red for the the royal bodyguard. The Itevolutlon. lata In 17S0 adoptAl Mary's rotors for their own. Thing Mend. Every line of history Inspires n that wu shall not K" far wrong; that tlilnga mend. That l the moral of all we learn, that It warrants II.iim. the prolific mother of reform", Our part la ptnlnly not in throw ourselves across the track, to block lmpmvtiinnt nnd alt till we are Modi- - tint to watch thu uprise of sueciKlve inirtitii.;s ami to conspire with thu new work of new days. Kinnfaon Uwful Kerosene, Housewives, with hut few exceptions, do not properly value kerosene, Aa a lubricant n drop or two will mi thins going which refused to gu before. Ai a cleanser II ran often b tsed with great advnntage In place of oap and water. Floors ran be mor quickly and more tlinrotijhly cleaned mop than with soap with a and water, leaving a bright, sh'olnt well-oile- The men who work !n the Cornish tin nilnea nre a cla hr themselves. and nil their difference are ndjusted by th- - stnnnnry courts. n they art called from the Ijirln wnnl stannum. Tliese rurlous eourl have existed lu their present form sltici- - thu middle of the thirteenth nnd. In a aim- Dler form, much enrller: und the miners cln!m to li. free from alt other Jurisdiction, xii-tnIn matters af. foctlng the 'and Hf .r llmh. -e. Cornish Tlr. Miners. Indian Silk. engaged In the production of silk. nml moths of the mulCnterplHnr berry Hk Industry of India nre entirely domcstlcnted rreittir POOR There nre I.OOO.ODrt persons In India 1 ! ! I I RIDGE. 15 PER CENT REDUCTION MAJESTIC RANGES. now is a good time to set rid of that old worn out wasteful Cooking 1 Mr. R. H. Preston sold n steer aver- per pound recently. Misses Christine nnd Olivin Preston Icelandic Trawtlna PaHlens. OlUlliured Willi Hi. .r'Milns of entertained n few friends Sunday, Icelandic trnuling. .v,i Iwrnts Garments, 25 All Heady-to-Weare always In a Imwii I r.iiu October I to llnrvli bllzznnN ot uow and sleet per cent off. J. K. Dickerson& Son. sweep thu Icelundle ri'gi.i.is. nud fnim Mr. and Mrs. Claude Holton spe.nt December to the end or Jnnunry tliero Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Klijah Is only an hour or two of daylight. Holton. Icelandic vessels are much larger Mrs. Patsy Simpson spent the dny than North sen trnvtlen. und mi inark etl Is the difference between the two Sunday with her sister, Mrs. William operations that an Icelnndlc skipper .Matthew. rnrvly works the North sea, und vlca Miss Alleno Shenrur was the pleasversa. ant guest of her cousin, Miss Agnes Simpson this week. Misses Simile Leo Cummins and Mary Price nnd Mr. Orcnr Whlttnker were the guests of Miss Alice liny on Sunday. Miss Olivia Preston was the guest of Miss Anna Mae Spvake Saturday night. Mss Spcaku va tha guest on Sunduy of Misses Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan were Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean and children. Mr, and Mrs. hverctt Duncan nnd children, ( Mrs. Nan Moberley, Mr. Irvine Dun can nnd son, Evcrettc Scott, of Tor tn Treatmtnt of Ind, and Miss CKristine Tubercutotlt Prrstcn ulso enjoyed the day with MatnUtnrJ ly he Loulitllle Anti.Tubcrculosis Association for them. aging 10 cervl ' M-- u i I ON ALL LADIES' COATS and SUITS. You will not have a better opportun- ity to get such a splenidid and stylish coat or suit at such a low price. Most of these garments were bought at an ex- tremely low figure and with this 15 per MT& i 1 1 1 jn an(j u?' r We can show you why it cent reduction they are certainly a bar- - ig the besl 8lovc on the gain. market. 8Qme i Hazelwood Sanatorian) at.; REFRIGERATORS. Remember" we are selling the best refrigerator on the market. OIL STOVES. When the warm days come you will need an oil stove. We have just what you want. ACT AT ONCE IF YOU WISH TO HAVE YOUR CHOICE. OLD HICKORY, WEBER, BIRDSELL. If you want to save $20. on the price of a wagon don't delay a single day as our price is bound to go up. Wide or Narrow Track. 3 4 Inch Complete $140.00. 3 Inch Complete $145.00. 3-- WAGONS J tSe cJcquate treatment cf tubct-culoi- ls In all 1 1 sujes tU a cut. lUttt $15.00 per rrk, in. eluding; board, mrJUil attention, bundry, etc. Wch ground com. Delightful surroundiocs. Special rates (or tiwliltm Ui iM.taiM II SKrr. manJIngeitrmltc tlrw. ata.fi! SU.I M Hlal. iti ft lmu im Ckuit. (immw kflmmi surface. fslslasaiaiaiaiaiaiaiss MAKE THIS YOUR BICGESTJIOG PROFIT YEAR. Take the profits of your corn crop and bigger profits on your hogs by developing and conditioning them for market with U. A. THOMAS' HOG POWDER. Lessens the chance of disease. Removing worms GenW. A. DICKERSO.V. eral tonic. WELCHS DEPT. STORE "Kentucky Greatest Country Store." -BEREA, KENTUCKY. 1 The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday May 6, BUCKEYE wrll attended and everything told Mr. Ami Mm. Dun IUy spent Thursday In psnville. Mr. Tom Plernlt vltlted relatives nt Klclimoml Sunday. Preaching Saturday I'. M. nt 3 o'clock, Sunday nt 11 A. M. Mr. Only of Hichmohd wat a guet of Mr. Tom I'lcratt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mill Cartrr nml ion, Otcar motored to llerea Saturday. Mm, Henry Arnold of Hynttuvllle pent Thursday with .Mm. Itny Noel. r garments, 25 All pe r cent off, J. K. DIckerson & Son, W. M. S. meets Thursday Mny lath nt .1 o'clock. 'Mm. Talbott Jenkins, leader. Mr. and Mr. Hiram Kay entertained scvernl friends one evening flnt of the week. Mr. and Mn, Mai Carter entertainnnd ed icvcrnl of their relative friend Sunday, Mr. Krank ttulley of N'ieholai-vllle- , spent from Friday until Sunday with Keady-to-wca- 1 920 1 well. We are very lorry to give up thU family. They will leave here Mm. Dlllard Simpson spent Sunday and reildo in S'lchoUtvllle this year. with Mm. Ilelle Simpson. COY Farm Bureau It A Sound Mr. and Mm. Aaron Simpson were in town Monday (hopping. And Conierti Llnl. Or ganlistlon Alonf Rtihl (Hanltown, Ky., Standard.) In thoroughly Tho Farm Hurenu lound In principle and i being organized along conservative lines for right purpote. An organization of thit character i calculated to live long anil accomplish great good. The great farming population of thi country hn never been organised ufTiciently to protect their Juit right nnd ninny elTorU with thi end In view have failed because the foundcM of luch organization have undertaken too many thing. The Farm Hurrcau i genuinely American and ha no room for red rndicnliiih, force or annrrhy. It mater not about a man' nationality Juit io he i for Americn and the United State flrt. The organizaMr. It. W. Sander, and weltion I itrictly .lr. nnd Mr. Handy Kurtz nnd come every unielflth nml patriotic z family of Mercer County, were guetts man and woman, (inccrely interested of Mr. - P. Ilrown and family on In agriculture, to Join it rank, and Sunday. help the farmer of the country' In Klsie II. Mr. and Mr. T. O. Hill, Mr. and their rightrou fight for Juitice and n Virginin I. Simpson ha returned Mr. Walker' Ilradihaw tpent Sunday iquare deal. evening with Mr. Squire Hurton who Hurenu home after a week visit with friend The purpote of the Farm continue ill. are to Improve farming condition and relative in Georgetown and Mi Virgie Wntt returned to her and to bring prosperity anil more nt Lexington. Little Flora Mne the bright little home, in Nlcholaaville after ipending tractive ami convenient living to a month with Mr. IC. W. Sander. rural communltle; to encourage in- daughter of Mr. and Mr. Dillard r Mr. Morfonl and Mr. Hiram Hay, dustry and thrift; to weed out prof- Simpson i visiting her Mr. and Mm. Ambrouc Calico of iteering; to maintain the present gen- Mm. Andrew Simpson. Mrsdamci Kttle Vsught nnd Lovic Richmond, Mr. and Mr. Forret Cal- eral level of price for farm product ico and daughter of McCreary pent by Judicious marketing and through AndeMon and two interesting chilSunday with Mr. and Mm, I.cmy Hay. community telling; to prohibit by dren were the guests of their mother, 1 have n limited amount of sugar Jutt and fair law the buying and Mrs. Hello Simpson Monday I'. M. at 30 cent a pound. All kind of hoarding of product for unjust gain groceries and anything ele you de. and profiteering, and where it i necShip of Shell. lre at low price. ThU i the place essary to protect against profiteering, shells are "Unern to engage in community buying, but They taper loth at the io trade If you want to ave money. in no event to attempt to finance or front and at.Oie rear. This tapering Tho. S. Pieratt. ( operate a ttere or other buint; to r tin- - rear end is caned irfrfiMuiung.-Vnu Mm. Hiram IUy, Mm. Nora Teater cooperate with other organization have noticed that racing automo-Mie-s and Miie Snllle l.oue Teater and similarly striving toward the end of haw torvedo-khapestem. A Hthyl Hay were at IlryanUvllle on shell or automobile Is Justce and a square ileal for all Saturday to ee Mr. Forrctt Curti wot thy people, and with these noble actually held back nt high apeeds be. who ha been tick. object In view the Farm Ilureau can. eauc of the vacuum created behind Mr. and Mm. A. C. Mile will leave not fall to accomplish great good and it l r the velocity of Its movement. the tall lead the nlr gently Monday for Washington I). C, white will summon to its aid all kindred in. inMly Into the hole that the shell they will visit Mr. and .Mm. I terrst and weld them into a power- mi! :.. ruclng car tjrcs lu the ntmov there r Charlie Chaplin and attend the ful organization against the wrong- I :. end Urns lp.ni vacuum's lin- Seuthern Haptitt Convention. of til ug grip on tho Hying object." I.v-- j doer nnd for the perfect ucce iTjinxtj-'Msgnxlnc. The alc of Mr. S. N". Morford wa a righteous cause. 1 n Igrand-mothelong-rangd iunr-talled I Garments, 25 DIckenonA Ron. .Mm. Kddie Simpson attended the rnce at Lexington Thursday nnd Fri day, Mm. George I'reston wn the guet of her daughter, Mr. Nellie Mitchell of Lancaster. Mr, Hobrrt Long has had the old Hvnns homestead remodeled nnd it sure look fine. able to be out Mr. Abe Burton again after fcvernl day confinement with n sprained ankle. Mr. Andrew Simpson hat accepted a positnm in Hichmoml Indiana and went there Mondny, Old Winter still linger with u. The farmers nil would gladly welcome the good old summer time. Miss Delia Murphy returned home Snturilny after n two week stay with her cousin Mm. Lovic Anderson. The Stork visited the home of Mr. nnd Mr. James Matthcwa recently nnd left n fine baby girl christened All Hendy-to-Wc- per cent otT. J, K. Columbia Grafonola Cabinets of exquisite beauty. Pure, richness of tone. And last, but by no means least, the new GRAFONOLA models are equipped with the Columbia Non-SAutomatic Stop, the only automatic stop that requires un-mufflcd et absolutely no setting. Invisible, built right into the motor, it operates on any record, long or short. There is nothing to move or set or measure. Just put on y6ur Record and listen to the music. See our Full Line of COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS and COLUMBIA RECORDS. M c ROBERTS POINT LEAVELL. .Mrs. Ololl STORE ,, Tree Furnished Timber for Church. li lin riri-ntlbeen A tml(,yc cli' cointVteil In Snn'n Iton. Pal. Kv.ery i TPrpl Hie lloor. piece of tlml rr In wra glnnt redrut from mn wood, IS feet In diameter. The tree, wtilrli produced "S.0rtl fret of llmler, rrew on a hlch mountain rnnce near in mlli from the I'aclflc oc'.''n. nnd when cut was found to be ntmiit I'lrlil hundriHl yeant old. Mr. A. J. this writing. Mr. Chester Hammonds was the guest of Ms parents Sunday. There will be preaching at Good Mope Saturday ami Sunday. Mr. A. J. Thompson of Hichmoml is visiting his titter, Mn. J. M. Hell. Cllrn ftlffi. at this time. to tin Par linl nv,m In Mill nnntlnl r l irwa litoa Thompson is very sich at in- i"Niimi nmi nrnviii on Tatem is ill Pac'fle Owan Once tieuth Sea. Tli 'iiii iinme j the uretclilne mn hofore liim. while thf ...... in. I it .itri .. it CTirMll iroin V u W( I smninlt bchrlil of wliloli. ill it iii"iiiiiiiln. from ih looking mith. h ..TjmnM of the oci-a- a lnin nrii-nvlll- He imiiiifl ii Hicn-fon- - Die South sea. I pr cent Garment. 23 off. J. K. IHckerson.t Son. Mr. ami Mrs. Luther MeQucrry rc th arrival of n little reJoletnK All I.cady-to-Wo11 girl. Quite a Number of poplc from this place attended the Circui at Rich- mond. Mrs. Hobart Smit ami UtUe son. Atoin lleiMtarMH, have returnwl to 1'ieir heme In Lexington. Miss Kva Green of Chattanooga, Tennesaee, is the guest of her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. (Icorge Crccn. vr CONCERT The Girls Orchestra of the Odd Fellows Home, of Lexington, will render a musical pro- j I Why the Cleveland Six is Multiplying its Friends every day, thousands or them every month, because it brings them so much more than they had even dnred to expect, so much more of the pleasure of driving, nnd the case of driving and of the comfort of riding. I I The Cleveland Six is making new friends Motsrt Charlie Smith and Walter and Murial llammonds made n buii-nt- s trip to niehraend Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chetter Hammonds and Murial Hammonds and sister and Miss Kdna Mitchell motored to Dan ville Saturday. gram, at the SCHOOL AUDITORIUM under the auspices of Franklin Lodge, I. O. 0. F., Ye Editor. There are people who think anyone can be an editor. All an editor hat te do Is t& sit at his desk tlx days in the week, four weeks of the months, and twelve months of tho year and "edit" such stun as this: ".Mrs. Jonei of Lost Creek let a can opener slip latt week and cut her. telf in the pantry." "A initchievous Ind of Mntherton threw n ttone nml struck a companion In the alley last Tuesday. "John Doe climbed on the roof of his house last week looking for a leak, and fell, ttriking hlmtclf on the back porch." "While Harold Green was escorting Mits Violet Wite home from a church tocial Saturday night a lavage dog attacked them and bit Mr. Green on the public square." "Iisne Trimmer was playing with a cat Friday, when It scratched him on the veranda." "Mr. White, while harnctilng a bronco latt Saturday, was kicked jutt south of the corncrlb." The Three Partners. The motor of the Cleveland Six hu ti,,. rWrlnnd connianv'a end the brakes sure. Low underslune engineers, tested In road work nnd spring construction and soft restful own engineering shops for three years before cushions give the Cleveland unusual being offered to the public, and now qualities of comfort. Since first sent out on its journey into built in the company's own great factory is scftnething new to countless the bis world of motordom, last July, thousands of motorists who prefer tits the Cleveland Six has made friends, and multiplied them. Thousands of owners light six type of car. They have never driven behind just know what n good car it is and they uch a motor as this. Thewondcrs of tell their friend. When You See and Drive the Cleveland Six, You Want It .iuini at LANCASTER, KY.. on Friday, May 14th, AT SEVEN THIRTY O'CLOCK. Classical and Popular music. A treat is in store for all lovers of good music. ADMISSION 50 cents. Children 35 cents, Passengers) $IJS3 J1IM Scdau TtVbo '"wenfitrs) (ITkMK.O. U.CJ.Ud) Roadster . Three IWnaers) SUM WIM Coup if our l'jsstotfcrs) CHARLIE SANDERS, DEALER. ! I CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO Reserved Seats 75 cents on sale at McRoberts Drug Store. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 6, 920 1 tu Oualitv Is Profitable. Take a Suit of Clothes any Suit, divide the price by the number of months it worked for you, the wear you get; then you will know how much it cost per month. of them would buy If every man in the county would do that, three-fourttalking, HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX their clothes here, for there's no use CLOTHES do cost less per month, we have a new suit ready for you if our statements don't prove true. Our stock is full of nice patterns for men and young men. at $35.00, $40.00, $45.00, $50.00, $55.00, $60.00 and $65.00. Boys Knee Suits $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 and $25.00. ht J JOT 5 Iff 1 ' -Copyrijlit 1?:0 is Our Ladies Shoe Stock better than ever. STETSON Hats to fit your Head and Suit your face. Wilton Bros. Silk Shirts, Cooper & Williams Underwear I4 llin ' ft Mirx SclufTncr House Of Quality. JAS. W. SMITH mrm Lancaster, Ky. I H Copyright 19:9 Hut ? :urn.t ft in Mm u il MT. HEBRON Mr. Earl Crow bought of .Mr. J. I. Crawford two calves for $100. Mrs. Auther Montgomery has been on the sick list the past week. Miss Alice Jones of Lexington has a music class at Mr. Scott Huffman's. Mr. Auther Montgomery sold 7 fat hogs last week at IS cents per lb. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Grow and daughter, Lucy, were in Lancaster last Wednesday. Mrs. Hamlet Jennings and daughter, Miss Elva, wero in Danville shopping last week. Mrs. Marlon Montgomery and children were with her aunt, Mrs. Lonxa Sherrow near Duena Vista Monday. Miis Martha Anderson who has been with her neice, Mrs. Ererettc Duncan at Coy, for several weeks, has returned home. Mr. Irvin Duncan and little son, Kvcrctte Scott returned to their home in Indianapolis Intl., nfter n weeks stay with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean and children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Duncan nt Duena Vista Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Charles Duncan and wife and Mrs . Uurdcttc were in Lexington Monday to sec their sister, Mrs. William Vanderpool who is ill. Mr. Russell Vanderpool and sister, Mrs. O. A. Montgomery and two children are with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vanderpool at Kokoma, Ind., for a weeks stay. On the 20th Mr. A. Duncan of Lock 8. celebrated his COth birthday at the home of his son Jesse, near fa. Kev D. F, Scbnstian of Georgetown filled his appointment here Sunday The book of life is never so bright morning and evening. At the morn' but that a man may turn over a ing service the church held a business with advantage to others as session and Kev, Sebastian offered his resignation as pastor of the church to well as to himself. It is so with me. take effect the 1st of June. The I have reformed my ways with re- resignation was accepted. Rev. Se. gard to my wife, and she is a happier bastion has been pastor here three years , his labors have been very sue and more contented woman today cessful, he has many friends here ami and her happiness makes our home while the church very reluctantly brighter for me. Rut I have still my children to con- - j gives him up we wish for him much sider. for in my determination to success In his new field of labor and trust God will bless his work where- - chase the shadows from the life of my wife I neglected to include them. It ever he may go. , new-leaf- Meditations Of A Man. J Huena Vista, there were about 30 present and all enjoyed the day to the utmost, wishing him many happy returns of the day. The Cn1ewtr in Russia. lm itemme nn Sunflower tnlnrrj- - In mtivrn l!uln utx-r- (he jvupt have found ttn vi! a nutintl-tntfor nVvt in making oil. Th tin stan ewM tin" kernel. An acre of yield nliotlt f Imtliels of se.it. and ilu-i- t In turn yield mors gallon of n'.l. than e sun-flitiv- seems that always I forget something. Rut it is never too late to add an. other link in the chain of reformation. I will forge it today. I am responsible for the presence of my children in this world. Their tomorrow is my legitimate care of today, and by my acts they will judge me. Do I remember that in their Infan cy they hove neither thought nor care of the future that to them it is n void, the meaning of which has not Piulic Me OF penetrated T their infantile brains? . . t. t-.. est of Impressions are often indelibly t 1 t stamped upon their budding memories, to accompany them through life and into the shadows beyond? Do 1 remember that many of those impressions muit necessarily be formed from the manner of my actions in their presence, and of the treatment I accord to them? Do I remember that as they become older their conceptions of right and wrong will be gauged mainly by the teachings they receive in their own home? Do I remember that while their must be carried out by their own hands, yet their future will be principally determined by the paths into which I lead them today? Do I make of myself a beacon light which they may follow in confidence and in the knowledge that it will lead them through the intricate perils of youth and into the safe harbor of maturity? Am I to them at all times and in all things the kind and loving parent whom little children delight to fondle and to caress? Do I give to them such tender thought and care that they may ice and drink in always the sunshine of their home? deft-tin- Is my daily treatment of them such that they long each night for the hour when daddy comes home again"? And as the years lead them slowly from Infancy to youth and from youth to maturity shall I be to them n companion, a comrade, a loyal friend as well as a parent? Alas! My shertcomlnrs hsv been many and great. Always I have forgotten and to forget Is to neglect. The burden of their care has fallen principally upon the frail shoulders of my wife that laving companion whose burden I heuld also bear, as well as theirs. RUT I I WILL MAKK AMKN'DS! and as I am to them today so will they be to their children in their own time for heredity is strong and may not easily be cast aside. And when their own heads have become silvered by the lapse of time, and I have passed on to my reward, I would that they might some day think back over-thyears that hive down and write of me that epitaph which Is more lasting than granite, more precious than gold: ".My father was a good man." "111 remember all of these things I will do all ef these things, for THE YEARS BEST HOLIDAY Lancaster, Saturday May, 15th, GEEAT SANGER SHOW DUtBBLyKaVaSBaVrVlltHV wCZ-(ML- LAND Saturday, May 15th. AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. Four and half miles from the Court House in Lancaster, Ky., near the Lexington pike, I will sell the farm of John F. Mar see and James Marsee, consisting of 135 acres, subdivided into four tracts. This land is in a stone's throw of the Lexington pike, which within one year will be the Federal Highway. This land is 'divided into four homes and all good ones. All buildings in shape. Plenty of fruit, all roofs galvanized, good barns, splendidly watered, an ideal home or tip-to- p l' 'B.VA TBBBBBBBBBaiBBBBBW jHHflpt J SHV i' Jfc BT. M .l.'i'H? nBBBBHSlBBBVBVBiu I bbbHbvbbbv iBlBr' Bk IF bbs4K Lv'Jft' fc W.h V NbLBBBBbPBTH bbbbVV ' bb . bv.B BMaam bB YV tLM S4Vn7bm homes. 1 I mvl ..ka ' al 1 MAM J I: I I PAYMENTS EASY. Any man who puts off buying for a day pays for waiting. Land has grown in value for 30 years; the longer you put it off the more it costs. If you buy this you will be able to sell for a profit before you have to pay a dollar. Inquire as to neighborhood, schools, churches. Costs you nothing to look. The men who are making the money are those who are not afraid to take hold. Think'of your neighbor or friend, who has been a success, you will find him the fellow that's not afraid to back his judgment. Be on hand early. Pick up a bargain, while picking is good. JAMES I. HAMILTON. St. LEON FAMILY SILVERTON TRIO NELSON FAMILY CAPX A.M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. A WHOLE CITY OF TENTS 2 20.CLOWNI-22.RINGS-- 2 O FerforMtacci aid 8 p. m. Doors Opt at 1 SPECIAL TRAIN sad 7 p. m. Hretion Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. YKAR Eight Page! THIRTr FIRST LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 6. 1920. NUMIKR g. READY-TO-WEA- R GARMENTS 25 in Per Gent Reduction READ Y-- T O-- W E-- Owing to the very backward season and to the fact that we are to move into our new home a few weeks, we will close out our entire stock of twenty-fiv- e R GARMENTS OF THIS at a reduction of per cent. TAKE ADVANTAGE OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS SHOULD RECKLESS REDUCTION AND SECURE FOR THEMSELVES A SUIT THAT WOULD COST DOUBLE THE AMOUNT WERE THEY BOUGHT ON THE MARKET TODAY. DON'T WAIT A MINUTE. COME IN AT ONCE AND LET US CONVINCE YOU THAT WE MEAN JUST WHAT WE SAy. J. E. Dickenson & Son Where Fastidious People Like To Trade. ,D COLORED WOMAN I Relates Pleasant Reminiscences of Happenings In Days of Slavery. In The evangelitlc revival has been progress for the past few week among the colored population ami which wai followed by the Immersion In Dix river of the large number of convert hit Sunday, brought to town for the services, colored people from beyond Boone'a Creek and buck of Hal! JiilU, Ir any kind of conveyance that had wheels. One worshiper who came in from the upland farm, li an aged negrcss. who for her alert mind, her energy and capacity and her varied experiences, Is an Interesting character. is passing, nnd the The memories of the few remaining ones are Interesting ns registering picturesque phases of plantation life in don't nobody know Kentucky, "l-awhat good time is now" says aunt Fain, "the white folks and the black folks nlnt happy nnd singing Ink' they use to be." "Down on my master's farm of nights, nfter the white folks nil had gone to bed up at the big around house, we'd let tho won! there whs gwine be n dance at one of ile cabins. lrctty soon all de nigger would ooie around bringing the fiddles, nnd we'd hang sumpin up at the winder and shut the door tight, so' the lights wouldn't show and then Or Treasure. they'd turn n big Iron kettle up Those who marry for limlnem may ide down nnd prop it up a little repent for pleasure! Cartoons Slnga the cabin nnd the big house, sine. so it would ketch the sound of the music and dancing and tho white folk wuuldn't know It, and weM leave one or two on the outside to watch. Thtn the fun would begin. fcltaal eweueatf llual'a 3.1m That fiddle would' certainly talk and hSitollHimiMiitlbMM. TMc.KMMra.lih.m. Dial the fiddltr would call out the changes, " dieiwatd kwMHMlM "swing corners," Ladies to de right" imiMiinwa. Mearsle lebeved amadiad l V and so on. Maybe the nolle was at tMl lM M Try fee ChiIh, MS highest one of em on dt outside de "!,.u TODAY, ' 5 esle UteJMr fct nssslss. For watching would poke his head in and STOKMES DRUG STORE. say, "Git away quick, de boss is e coming," and Lawd sich a schamper-inDe nigger would blow out de lights and they'd all skip off, and dent dat lived in de cabin would jump in de bed nnd by de time de boss would reach de door, they'd be snoring." Aunt Fain upon receiving her freedom went to Lexington, being iuite a young woman. It Is her boast that she worked for the "most prominentest" families In that city. From the viewpoint of a house maid, she has picturesque memories of some of the persons who figured in that stately society of Lexington Just succeeding the war. The famous Southern belle and poctrrss, Rosa Vertner Jeffrey she is especially admired as n mistress. "She was so beautiful," say aunt Fain, "and she had such beautiful airs." When she dressed for callers, she wore n white veil like thing nbout her head nnd she looked like nn angel in a cloud." Other employer's were the Grntx family a branch of that Philadelphia Jewish family of which a member, llebecca (irntz, was the "original" for Scott's heroine In Ivanhoe. "Yes honey I was house girl there, and I waited on the tabic. "Kvery Christmas they had for the center of the table n whole pig roasted and dressed with holly nnd ribbons, ami they laid him in nn old dish tliut hud been in the family so long that it looked like would crumble to pieces. And they were so nfraid the dish would crack, they would set it on a silver dlih, so as not to bear the weight and then the pig was laid on it right slow and easy and then right rnreful like, I took it to the table." g. What U The Matter With That Child? When children grow pal and llstUss their blood msjr be weak PEPTOMANGAN BLOOD Sold bjr druggists la liquid and tab-I- tt MAKES RED form both ism quality In medicinal When your child lotes color, acts and talks without spirit, and does not play like other children, net quickly. If the condition is not a disease but merely due to poor blood, gjve Gude's is just the tonic for pale, thin children whose blood needs rebuilding. It is a pleasant-tatting- , simple combination of exactly the ingredients tlint Increase and enrich the blood. Beneficial results show almost at once in brighter eyes, blooming BONUS cheeks, u sprightly step, and the whole system made more vigorous. U. S. Of n is obtained in liquid Most Commerce, or tablet form, whichever prows most convenient. Doth forms posOrganisess identical medicinal qualities. There is but one genuine I'epto-- 1 of Business" Mnngnn nnd that is "Guile's". Ask In The your druggist for "Gude's" nnd look for the name "Gude's" on the Country, package. If it I not there, it it not Advertliement. OPPOSES THE SOLDIER BONUS. deep-seat-v- d Pepto-Mangan. I'epto-Mangan IVpto-Mangn- the ability to discover Its necessity, are carefully i "If all adjustments made when needed and every bearing and working part Is lubricated, smooth operation will be continuous with a minimum of attention. "By neglecting details you may save time at the start, but you will make up for it in the long run. "Do not maintain too high a speed in driving. The time saved will not offset the liability of accidents, nor the extra wear to which the car is subjected. In the end the time saved this way Is a loss in dollar and cents. "You will find a normal rate of travel will conserve the life of your car and give you the utmost return in economical service. "It is not the number of miles covered In n given time that counts most, but the number of miles of travel that ran be obtained at the least cost for fuel, oil, tires and adjustments." causing further increase In prices of interested in reasonable and fair necessities and resulting in decreased clothing prices. There is a larger production." cjass of labor in their country, that can make the plainer cotton and GIVES CREDIT THROUGH THE woolen goods, than can produce the LAND broadcloths and silk and other fanBackache, lame and stiff muscles cy good and new manufacturing and rheumatic pain are often symp- slants could be established for the toms of deranged kidneys. "I had making of plainer cloths and clothweak bladder, bad kidneys and liv- ing. A movement to create er," writes Willie Carter, Luxar, Pa. universal "I could not sleep well nnd my back sentiment for simpler life and both pained me nwful. I hdd a dizzy feel- apropriote and plainer dres may be ing in the morning. Since taking productive of very beneficial results. Foley Kidney Pills I have been re. lieved of all such ailments." They rid the system of the poisonous acids that cause aches and pains. K. E. McKoberts, Druggist. -- Rheumatism Relief -- 25c. Simpler Life Tho Country Needi Mora Work And Lois Plajr And Extravagance. Nature's Hemeely (NRTskUU). As MalaUi Thousands Who Trio Is-- " Things Without Heselt. It' Quaraate. There ars three vital processes of human existence. tho dictation of food, the extraction of nourishment from It and the cllmlnatloaCat wast. l"oor digestion and gWrnllatlon means fallura to ilarlro full nourishment from food and that in turn oftn means Impoverished blood, weakneo. anemia, ate. IHwr elimination moans an accumulation of waste tnatttr which poisons the body, lowers vitality, decreaaea tha power of resistance to disease and leads to the sMvcWpoieak many serious Ills. tf Ilheumatlsm. duo to asm a . Interference with tha process et elimination, failure to act rid or certain body poisons, cannot tie expected to yield to any medicine that falls to correct tho condition responsible for It. OouU any reaaonablo teraon expect to rU himself "of rheuraatlo pain aa tone aa rheumatic poison Is allowed to In the body. Think of this. It eiplalne the Natures Remedy (Ml Tablets) In so many casc-where other medicines !iae failed. Thousands are using-- Nil Tablets every day anJ Kettle relief. Why ray nre or ten limes as much for uncertain thlnrer A SJo box of Nature's Remedy (Nil Tablets), containing enousti to Uit twenty-lW- e days, must help you. must civ you prompt relief and benefit or cost you nothing. Nature's Remedy Is not only for the relief of rheumatism. It Improves dlreatlon. tones the liver, regulates kidney and bowel actloa. Improves tha blood and rlanei the system. You've tried the expensive medicines and doctors, now make the real teat, You'll set results this time. Just try It. Nature's Remedy INK Tablets) Is sold. guaranteed aaj recommended by our drucglat. MsROBERTS DRUG STORE. ot a FIGHTS The Chamber the Powerful zation Interests I'epto-Mangu- IT PAYS To Operate Your Car ' With Care. m "To get the maximum enjoyment and comfort from your car you must be thoughtful of it," say Taint Lick Garage, Paint Lick. Ky. deal-e- r in Chevrolet passenger and commercial curs. "Do not race the motor unnecessarily, "Be warned by every abnormal nolle. If it i a squeak, locate it and lubricate the part. If cauied by loose part, locate them and tighten the bolt. "Don't tinker. Half the ability to make an adjustment or repair is N. J. The ATLANTIC CITY, Chamber of Commerce of the United States, at the closing session of its eighth annual convention here, recently went on record in favor of a "constructive Americanism," urged that a treaty of peace "should be placed In effect without further delay" and adopted a resolution opposing n cash bonus for soldiers, but favoring immediate provision for disabled or sick soldier or tholr dependents. Opposition to a cash bonus for soldiers originally had been drafted and approved by the Resolutions Committee In more comprehensive form, calling attention to alleged danger of certain classes of labor "abondonlng work if granted cash bonus, thus dltonronlxlng business, Bardstown, Ky., Standard.) A simpler plan of living will help solve the difficult problems of today. Changed conditions have brought with them a spirit of restlessness and Idleness. The country needs more work and less play. The rise In prices generally have milled many Into believing they ure richer than they really are, and they are spending beyond their menus. A check should be placed on all ,nnd the people of ample mcuns' should practice economy to help production overtake consumption, and to set n worthy example. The purpose of the overall agitation Is right but this will result In injury if carried too far. Already the price of overalls Is being Increas ed to the hurt of the real working man who needs this kind of goods for hard usage. The purchaser of overalls should use them for the, purpose designed, and if the overall clubs will add to their movement uctusl work they can help .solve labor conditions. The new overall wearer should go to work and not talk too much. The clothing manufacturer hare no competition from foreign countries, owing to revoluton and the Impoverishment of war, and they have become arrogant in their charges. The farmers have the wool ami cotton, they are consumer and are The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 6, 1920. it- - CAST ON THE WATERS Buggies AND Br MARIAN LEE ICoprrtf M. More than wt : nds r hell l rltik'lnc. uncle." MIet It rlnc. Von don't fet me mt n nlctit like t!il." "Hut somebody wants to net scm the. rlrer." Then let thorn swim." The Vltn ,Nrrf l"lM YatM "Shall I 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 LANCASTER. KENTUCKY-. plnc.il thl very carefully under the hnlf honnlod space under the sent nt tho stern, seemed very solicitous about It, hut did not sent lilmvlf. "Hurry!" ho spoke, nervounly strld-In- s over the wet IxKirdu, "I shall pay jou well If ynn do." Alice berft sturdily to her tak he windered who the ImniNome. stmnger could Ik, hut her mind was prnctlcntly nhmriteil by lier dude, for never In nil lier cxperjenco hnd she fnced n more severe tnk than the pnent one. The breeze tinI nrlscn to n hurricane nnd tho current nt time wept the Milky, clumycrnft to the extreme "training point of parting tho entile. "Snap!" It came a she hnd feared. The nnclcnt knotteil. mended rope bad been unnldn to wlthtnnd the present tierce nttnrk Un It rotted strand. With n ihlver nnd then n series of dizzying whirl tllu scow swung out of nIH well-dreve- d nnnr (mil not n homelike fen turn. t nn nrphnn nnd pennrtc, her fate would hnve been tho nlinlimie had not Dale, her adopted her. Alice hnd hecoine nn expert In handling tho forrjltont. It required Mrvncth nnd skill to npenite the crent tottii! uoiMlen bar which pulled the boat nlong tho thick ro rndle. liut she wn able to exert both to n rolnt of cirtvful efficiency. She lit nnd et tho liinlem on tho boat. It wm raining hnnl nnd Mow In c n pile, but she wn ned to nil klmU of wenther, toll nnd discomfort. Allco drove the scow nfdiorc after crolng the river to find, n mnn of nlHiut thirty ictng retledy to nnd fro nnd who tho moment tho cm ft cntno within reach Jumped nlninnl. He carried n basket quite roomy nnd covered with n piece of waterproof ly tucked In nil ntmttt the edge, lie t lf hnlf-unct- rrntcfut breaks for Alter In a cxlM-- , ence nlmmt unendurable. Ther wn not n plbIo clrl companion within mtTe and the rickety, hnlf furnMicd old ruin of n building where .Mnrtln Dale lifiil dm tilt nnd iloied hnlf hi "You'll hate to If you're so anxious nhotit It." With thi maudlin, and uncrsclotn word Mnrtln Onlc turnctl ovrr on the cutirh on which Iio lay ami the clrl. A tier, threw n waterproof en over her shoulder ifnil went out Into the darkness atfil storm. It wn n relief to pet away from the liquor freighted lr of the room when she hnil sat orlne ovrr n hook In the feeble Inmp llctit. Rending and roaming nmhl nnture comprised tho out) car 1 !if 'in ffftr! ' W AW nced3 you cct a great deal more than just many feet of lumbet bundles of ahinKloa-pouof nails or panels of Ueavv-- 2-r- d. Whrn vou let us sudpIv your building You Ret the benefit of our buildir.f. mattruU knowledge nnd experience in Service that helps you get the renuhs you want at thd right price. Service first In planning the work more service in selecting proper materials speedy Btrvico In delivering tlia goods. You pay for the materials. Thn nervVco pays for itself In the larger volume of business customers. it brings through you to It will pny be one of them. Buper-satisfie- d ttti Service Bastin for I ML ' ilH L.I HI H I R HH wm 1 U MB i 1 m rrr i j Lumber Company. cto. control. "Hold to something f he cried, herself cllngfhg to nn upright at the'lde of tho crnft. The lantern swung li IHORNHILL WAGONS BUILD a wagon of wood that grows rapidly easy conditions, and you have a wagon that tannot stand abusive wear. Nature when hurried shirks her work like man. Hut build one as ThornhilU are built of tough highland oak and hickory that grows slowly upon the mountain side that survives only after a ceaseless bsttlc with soil, and climate then you have a wagon almost wearproof. The- tough d wood is endowed with couojc strengtn. Let us show you the Thornhill wagons and explain the value of the Thornhill way. close-graine- nnd wn engulfed, nnd down stream the boat swung with thoe on lAanl completely nt the mercy of wind nnd water. 1020 SEASON 1920 W. J. ROMANS. LANCASTER, KY. Tlie crnft Hunted on ii khntteriHl wreck and Alice, hurleil into tno waterx, tho pnenger atruggllng In mliUtrenm. .She gnurx-- l thu bmket n It llonlnl nenr her nnd reached the horo In nfety. She t It on the ground nndrnn along uriv-Ing to dUcern omo 'further trace fj the passenger. Then, excltiil nml awed.' ' he hurrli-- home, nmit-- up Dale, nnd Ih, a lantern. Iinnemil nway, hi wrecked rnft nnd tho lmjrlleil pastcnger In lit mttid. He never returned and hi iKHly wn Inter recovertMl at n dnm down the rier. And meantime Alice hnd made, n nmrtllng discovery. In thuibniket (the found n bubo lea than n year old t nnd under It n wallet containing a large amount of bank note. Con-cernlng tho child Alia told the entire, true Mfiry-- The flmllng of the money ihe dhl not relate. .She ndoprtM the little refugee with n new Joy In life, nulng nono of the money except for It need, q,nd opemtfd'n new small boat nt ,thu ferry alone. Somehow to Alice, Inexperlencei ni ' Mts wot, thu faith grew In her mind that Homo day ilevelomnentii niirirn- King the mlwlng paingiT nnd her lit-tie protege would come to light, nnd one day two month after that eient-fu- l night he retumiil from n ntndl In thu thu little one In heri arm, to confront u mnn entel wait-Ing for her outnlde tho ferry houe. He wn pale of fnce, attenuated of form nml suggeted n ht'im.ii Jut convalescent front 'IK'!! of lib At once Allco reeogfilied him a the imuenger of the ferr'-bon- t tho night of the tonn. Ilobcrt I.lilo recited what Allco had anticipated a nmrvvlouk recue tojjn drowning nnd week of lcknc In a hopltal. Then hu hud ktnrtetl hnck thu trull to learn what had become ol the lltilo child of hi dead Muter whom he had removed fmm unfeeling rvhi wrna T!ien had Uruck thn n rck. partiil. n crnck. w . i ' IN OFFFUIWr. TUP CL'DVirrc nc ctid rav crrti ... v. j.iv . w jinn .11 ri 6470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1920, AT MY FA KM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY., AND NEAR McCREARY, 1 Star Chester, 6470 AT d d S15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL i 1 I I believe I am offering n hone with richer bteod line than nny Saddle Stallion itandlng nt three time the fee. He hi lire Champion Ileurbon Star, who Won in more clone lhan any hore in Kentucky during; hi huw career. Hourbon Star was ired by Ileurbon King, he by Ilour-boChief and to on down through the Chief family. STAIt CHESTER. SI70, by Ileurbon Star, 2012. he by Ilourbon King, 1788, he by IlourUn Chief, 07C Bourbon Star's dnm Ella Ito.lman. 2'iU, by Cbter Dare 10. STAIt CHESTER'S Oam win Ermine Dare, SM0, by Dare Devil. 1070, by Cheiter Dare 10. Seeurol item Daughter, by Chester Dare. 10. You can readily see I nm offering Ute bkad wbieh it In our grcateU C hampion Saddle llorici of the day. Will ii Uo at the same time ami place stand tw gwod Jacks. hi fr n 1 Chief Napoleon, 5107 WILL STAND AT $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. $23.00 FOR JENNET. Chief Napoleon, 5107, ha proven hhtwelf to be a used Jcnncf Jack. , ne. acsen Finis Napoleon, AT $10.00 TO INSURE. He is IS to hand hush, yellow with Unite polnU, big bone ami body and lino keud ami ean. Aa I am stanrflnir two xmh( Jatks tkts year, I wIII kIvb the farmer n chance to breed their iteck nt n reaonable law ' fee, Alice wept at the thought of lolng whom shu had come tc tho little love ' dea'rly. An offer of inoiie enough to make her Independent win no balm for her grief. She begged tc be allowed to go with little Mubel n her nure. Thu heart of Itobtrt I.UU wn deeply touched anil hu could not the. retain n lien an nil colu until Ionian money Is paid. transferred or brwl elsewhere, forfelu Insur-unc- e nnd must be paid at once. Oarc taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any oecur. All my stock will be in charge of my brother, Bugcne llradshsw, at my home place where they were last year. I will .Murek part them. She went a nuru. Indeed hut within a year the happy, ibcurt ferry girl lecam the hoiinreil ulfu iri the man ihe had rsct so itrungtly. Walker Bradshaw. Phone ac-t-l- R. F, D. No. 3. LANCASTER, KY. KCV. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 6, WMr Brains Don't Count One of Hi" MrnriRi! Ihlnc In (hit world In tiow illlttcult It la for an to chance tlm 'on mater r. Dallaa Nwa. Gain Living From th 8ta. Tlio Japanvftv nro thu onljr ieoilt ho hno over umlrrtakpn the axatf tnfitlc planting and linrvi'ntliic of aca-ctand otlicr innrliiu vegetation. 1 920 THAT BONUS BILL. otT(ce, nt forty per week, When Wilion called for men; I was right In line for promotion, too, With a raise of five or ten; Hut I turned it down for thirty per month, And was proud that I had the chance; To fluid for the flag we nil revere, And to strike a blow- - for France. I Paint Ihsurance- r Destruction of your property by fire is remote, destruction by decay nnd neglect is certain. You nrc carrying fire insurance, which protects you ngalhst possible loss, but docs not prevent fire left the Paint affords positive protection and insures you ngainst decay and deterioration by the elements, besides it increases the value of your property and adds to its appearance. riuiiK In Hi) enjoyment of llttli' iilmmin-- . rnttrril nlnftt tli common pntli of llf ulilrli. In ttit fur wmie Kr'nl nnil rnevT Joy, we ort apt lo overlook. Kiclinnc'- llapplrn'M h True Happlntta. mmoA if LBsb Tlic little crtmnd miuirrcK or praiof tlie western plain. Imri rie tliclr tilling - or 15 fret underground, with corrMnri mid nmn. In mimo ol tbc chanilxr tin aqutrrfl family llvpji. nnd In other food nnd varioui materials ar atnrml. Pralrlt Dog. ls And I left n wife, and child behind, When I railed for ovenens; ,1 mnde nn allotment of fifteen per, Which isn't ao much you see. Hut the government gave her another ten, And then she worked by the day. Ah, the women had hardships worse than ours, When their loved ones marched away. Tor every surface that needs to be painted, varnished or stained, you'll find n Pec Gee Paint or Finish that will give you lasting at lowest cost. Half a century of rcpututionior highest quality is behind the Pec Gee Trademark. Atk tM for FREE Pal at Book "llmtt and lino for Color Cards, or write direct to Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Introduction of tht Umbrlla. The unilirelln urn uod In Iceland as a luiurloii unthnde early tn tbi pTenteenth century. lion Jonnon men tion It In n comedy prndticel In 101ft TIip rtchtrenth century had hall elapufd the umhrella had evce In Kristand hy tnitt hesrun tn he scxrs as It U now, e ud I served In the drive of the Mnrne campaign, And down at St. Mihiel; Was thirty days in the Argonnc light, In that nwful rain of steel; We laid In the trenched night and day, In the mud nnd driving rain; And If my country needed men, I'd do it nil over again. tj, v 'y io Palnl 7ftm."aUe ;Co., Lancrsler, Ky. Louisville, Ky, McRoberts Drug Store. Only In Maryland. Imagine ronstlns n turkey, nlrendy at dry a tinder I Only In Maryland, where r few good OMika Mill linger. Is It pert iil proHrly. There they tlo not Mniit It. hut ImiII It, nnd then mre It with n thick, creamy oyster muco. Th difference I like that between perfect ly trolleil tenderloin und fried chuck W. Howe's Monthly. steak. 1 But now that I'm hack after eighteen months, The place thnt I held is filled: So I'm compelled to join the ranks, In the labor you call unskilled; While the fellows who didn't enlist nt all, Hut got rich nt a shell proof Job, Are lighting now against the lionus Dill, For the soldier, marine and gob. We'll spend n million bucks, perhaps, To see Jnck Dcmpsey fight; He's n man who shirked nt his country's call, When our cnusc was Just and right; Hut we haven't the cOin'to spend on the lads, Who carried our flag to fame; x Two years ago they were heroes, all. And now they are only a name. You can preach economy day nnd night. And rave like a man insane. I BiiLLiLSbsh thnt nil film nrm.tiin tit, wnm fin. JuMljr reprlninndeil hy hU mnMtr foi the illapienntnce of n certnln artlcli of value. UN reply wnif MMare Andrew, I has eiiuff to answer fer yrltl th actuation what ts Jet. wldout Imvlni to be spinllile for dent what nlnt so. Dlflnlfled Protest. It li told of an old tiesro ("errant of rttMlnh propptHtk. n many n darkj l. Metquitr Tret. ewpii-- - ir Ht ijown tn IIoihUmIii. Hawaii. o.i.vL.t "J3, I0UI. uree of nlilrli wnil at n :i lunl.lt ated. nihI had tiii-a landmark tracting the Intereil of lhimdj of tourUtu travertin the r,ietn wvnr, hart, during the nlnrty-(wynr of Iti eiltence. Iieen the pwcnilfur of thousand wlrirh now cover of trv throughout Hie Hawaiian l!nd group approximately (.UiO acres of mo.tl) tisrren land which fomirrly wm Proline A hl.tortmi n o rorthlr. Worth PrMrvlng. f In Itavat. . Iwfitfi- - th yr t there rtrp all n nf liitle arxl nther ihlng- - which made tlfe and more ptennnL If an emplATev had remained In the sine pine,- - for flre. een ten years. etc.. his empJoier frotuently enve him a port of little jHhllec reteliratlon Nnr 'il'd'lhe forget the chiefs .birthday jr "nsmeiliy" Nnthlng ex. or two of wine, a 'cnlve 11 gl ixe. a little friendly ppeech. I Curto" i i t.-- I IcHi-H- , i Animals at Weather K Pew heliefi nrv older or wdt I Tread than that nnimaN . hnve firetc-wlegly w anlmal-iof what ih, U to he, and Piimettiliig that aniouuts tn urh fo- knowledgr many of them ihHihtlep, do hut there Is no reflon, nnd m.I rxnr excuses, for auiulns thnt titers Is n pwirce of Infonnattnn accurate enough nnd of application remote, enough m give any appreciable extcn- slnn to the weather bureau's prognos-llmtlnn- x Kxcjisnce. rl iPfH-clal-- vts. FamousFore,t or Arden. hi rne Forest of Ardcn, nenr Lon-JoKnglaml, the ancient custom la still observed of holding a Muy day In which iwnple from nil s the aurniuudlng the forest take part. Tho scripture J nfterward read In Uie shade of one of the "ro.s-tx- 'l oaks," which nre held pacred to this puriose. Utile by llttler.lvlllza-Ho- n Is encroaching on the Forest of Anion, llallrnads have cut through Its trees, which itn- - said once to hnve been so numerous that u squirrel could travel nil over the Mret without touching foot U) the crviud. proce-.lotiarl-dic- ",, Against the bonus for service men, But they'll get it Just the same. Four million voters, thinking as one, din make this dream come true; So let's get together nnd help the boys Remember it's up to you. John S. Madden, Capt. 7th. Infantry- 175 ACRES Good Sandstone Land WELL IMPROVED SUBDIVIDED TEN A. M. On tho premises, (subdivided to suit), the Robert and Jesse Gulley Farms. LOCATED In old Garrard's famous sand stone section, at 14 mile east of the Buckeye turnpike, on both sides of good level d county road leading thereto. The county road Mc-Crear- BIG AUCTION AT AUCTION 40 Saturday, May 8th, rock-beddeand-traveled LOT SALE ChoiceCOURT Lots DICKERSOIN IN THE HEART OF LANCASTER. 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 at this sale. BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR PARTICULAR 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 by-bidding y, byautos atall 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 large newly ,built stock barn, box stalls and floored loft, One eight acre tobacco barn, One large frame silo, nllip 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. BEAU IN MIND THKSK FACTS: Thnt these trncta have been under the same kooiI care nnd ownership for many years: Thnt LOCATION, IMPROVEMENTS, QUALITY and LAY oHand take rank amontr the bust. That thu chances arc, you will pay more for the same or like tracts this fall, and that these tracts will chaiiKe hands this day m the last bid and you buy what you want and see what you are Kitting. This sale will last but one hour, bo look the fnrms over before hnnd and bo on premises promptly sale day. For further particulars see Jesse W. Gulley on tho premises or D., A. TERMS LIBERAL AND ANNOUNCED AT SALE. LAST BUT NOT LEAST: of Lancaster. YOU MAKE THE PRICE, we simply suggest the terms, which will be very easy. Souvenirs will be given to those attending the sale. ' . MUSIC BY EXCELLENT BAND. Ladies always welcome, at this sale specially invited. Thomas, Lancaster, Ky. 0. T. WALLACE & 302 Trust Building. O. T. Wallace, W. M. Nicholls CO. Lexington, Kentucky. AM BOURNE, Auctlo.t.r. JAS. I. ' LANCASTER, HAMILTON. KENTUCKY, Managers. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 6, 1920. HAPPY WOMAN AN INVOLUN-TARREALIZES HER BATH MISTAKE NOW By ALOEN CHAPMAN "I Would be about $100 ilrriht !, w.ittrn Ni..r Into.) Better Off If I'd Have "You hnil better pet luime now, Wnlt," sik Iti.hvrt Itrvci. suspending Taken Truton a optTUtloim on the barrel um tilcli he wn pint Lie the touches ss First", an expert of the srt. Y Dttls-tt- IN CONSTANT USE BY PHYSICIANS EVERY DAY V.lus ef S. S. S. THE maRic touch of Pec Gca scratched and irurrcd RE-NU-LA- C MssJUInal furniture Q y and Inexpensive to keep everything about the It'n homo brlghl and beautiful with maktnif it look like the dav it left the store. n Almost every human ailment be traced, one way or anuiim, IjO - R.tnnllti. Is Fully more list cmH-m- MltS. BROWN'S STATEMENT. M You can obtain the finest rciulta with on woodwork, PttCtc wickerware, picture frame, in (act on any aurfare that need reflnlshing. O in JO Irrtn ZJc wr. N.tut tl Wood port Fli'mtl Coldl. nMlii ColJ and Mh.r. PYastec-Gaulbc- rt Pe C'r Hen nr.-Nl- AC cmiii In 1l Co., Mfr. LouUyIIIo Kentucky Ak Foi Cnlt Card StormesDrugStore iJ TWO OF I A KIND TO-DAY THE BEST TOBACCO SETTERS ON THE MARKET i Lousvtlle, Ky. .May 5th. "I real lie now thnt Id be about one hundred dollar better ofT if IM tak en Trutonn first, Instead of trying the numerous medicine I illd with Mm. Hrown out getting results." 602 Street South Twenty-thirl.oulf vlllo, told the Trutonn lU'prc tentative recently. "I hud indigestion, Mrs. llrown said in describing her trouble." It seemed there was nothing I coul eat thnt would ngrce with me. The indigestion caused me to be annoy ed with dizziness. If I would stoop over I felt like I wit going to fall and If I walked up stairs I'd be nn noyed by blnck spots forming before my eyes." 'So many people spoke highly of Trutonn in the papers that I decid ed to try it. .Many of them had suf fcred from troubles like mine, too, I had tried medicine after medicine without results nnd hnd Kottcn fair ly disgusted, I'll tell you. Hut Tru tonu has entirely relieved all of my troubles and 1 can truthfully say now, thnt 1 feel better than I have for years." Mrs. ltrown's statement should provo of the deepest interest to every one who is sulTcring from stomach, liver and bowel troubles. Thnt Trutonn completely rvlicvcd her troubles after other medicines fail ed, hn been definitely stated and if Trutonn will do that for one person as n matter of fact, the Perfect Tonic has done it for thousands- -it will certainly do tho-- same for you! irutona is sold in iJincister nt Mciloberts Drug Store. Adver tisement. d BILL STRIKES AT PAPER FAMINE Barkley Proposes U. S. Purchase of Newsprint for Resale to TIGER SETTER Publishers. FAIR DISTRIBUTION IS AIM. WASHINGTON, Uelief for tho Smaller newspapers throughout the country, which are unable to obtain ewsprint because of the acute jmper shortage situation, is plunneil in Jifi islation introduced in the House SiiX u relay by Representative Allien Berkley, First Kentucky district. The Kcntuckinn introduced a bill to amend the War Finance Corpora tion Act, by authorizing the War Finance Corporation "To Purchase newsprint and resell same to pub Ushers of newspapers in order to ob tain more equitable and economic dis tribution of newsprint paper." The ninendment offered by Mr. Unrklcy appropriates a revolving fund of $2,000,000 to be used by the War Finance Corporation in pur chasing; newsprint paper from manu facturers in the United. States and elsewhere In "sufficient umount nnd quantities to insure fair nnd equitable In llstribution." It provides that the paper shall be sold to Amercnn newspapers at prices not exceeding cost of paper to the corporation plus a reasonable amount to reimburse it for actual expenses in cident to the conduct of the transaction. The bill says: "Such sales by the corporation to individual publishers shall be in such quantities as will incut their reason- ble requirements us nearly us may be practicable, and on such terms and subject to such regulations as the corporation shall establish. "In making such sales of paper to publishers, preference shall be given tu such ns are unable to obtain contracts with manufacturers or others for n supply of paper at reasonable prices." BEMIS SETTER WE SELL THEM BOTH AND' AT PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE. ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK. L I Becker! !& Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, . I tl PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. For Sale AUTOMOBILES. WE HAVE SOME UNUSUAL BARGAINS IN USED Buick touring car 1917 model only been run 7500 miles, rear tire 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 price right. Call or phone us, we also have some splendid bargains in used Ford Touring and Chevrolet cars. Look theso cars over and be convinced of their worth. We guarantee all used cars we put out to be in first class running order. m t m ik mm W Say After you eat always tak FATONIC sdCU--yF Paint Lick Garage. Phone 23. Paint Lick. Ky. repeattef , n ih sin r n 1 j j i MsVHsiWMSfssw! i um lllMH, hrw Step food sosrisc 4 and all stomach mlwrtss. E. McROBERTS, Uacasttr, Ky. I'm afraid!" came a voice from tin) where. imwhcre, certainly tint ciimiiiillng from any icrwiti In slew. "Well. Dan Milton has Jut gonn down the road and he's got a stick with htm. Nn-- . Walt, jtiti fdlow my ndtlce nnd sneak home. !ct Into the Ikiiino ns qutek ns )ou nut, nnd innjl'o he'll forget to limit yml up and all nliut our lirenklnc Unit Jus today." "iSot lilni!" scoffed tho mine mysterious tolrt. and then Its owner pnv trtnltil n liend. and then n pair of thin. rncceil shmihlrrs into view from the depths of n barrel sltiliMltit at one end of the obi rooMr work bench. "Sny, I rant stnnd It nn lontror, belne half tnrveil nnd htmined for iinthltie and treated like a doc! I'm going to run from home, I am!" Pon't yon ilo It. Mm." eouneleil ltol.-r- t Itrycv. sortou.ly. "It neer Stay and fight It out. You're linthlns but a homeless orphan tmy iiifTeted nlnit nt etrnhmly' will, but such have come to the top as civnt, cimhI men In my knowing." W hy dim t you get mo nwny from Pan Jtllten njid liinke JJ.coiiih'J yf mjf -suggiHUi Vnlt If I nm HiiImhIj's y you rail get ins, rnn't ymi? You like me, nnd so does M Ibwy. and so dix-- s .VimI Town'end. nnd I'd die for any one, or ail thrv of yoo together. If It had to lie, "What has Ned Tonend got to du Altli It)" detimndi-ttix old cooi-erprirking up his oars, Me h, well, he's Holy's fellow, or nuHs to l und wants to IKm't you like him. .Mr. Ilryeej I.Ike lilni well enough." growled out wie out coor, "imt lie jMMir as we ure, nnd I'm not going to let Itoxy Join her life with n fellow who can't give her Wlter than shea got. Now, you run twine. It s your chance." Hut It was not Walt's chance. He crawled from the Imrrel and made a ilaUi arro loin only to run squarely across tin- - imtli of big, wicked facil I Mn Milton, who (mil doubled on his track". It 'reined. "III! You come here." yelled Pan. n In pickle for you," Wnlt uttenil a weak, terrified wall, Then he funned n sudden resolution. Ill little limbs lncrrned tlvld action. getting on towards dusk. A It clear stretch spnud out liefore him, Itejond thnt was rising ground nnd straggling timber, further on yet the wllderoc's of derricks and tnnks tnnrk-Inthe oil fields active and eiperlmentnl. There were n thnusnnd plnces where he could hide. Iun Milton pursiiiil. kept up half a mile chaie. I lien halted. Irate and lireathleoH, to shake his club menacing' nt the refuge.', wrrti ilove Into a swampy stretch of tiru!i. rock nnd tlnv lier and wns lost In Its depth". There vn a spU'ti. n cry, lss of pnln thnn Il'Stist. I'nt some sheltering vines Walt plunged, to land up to tho neck Into n small, but deep pool. Ills feet lotiche tHittom, but n heavy, sticky siibstanci' overconted him completely. It wns with difficulty thnt Walt wnded. climbed nnd crawled out of his pr" Kven then he staggered ns dlrnment. he walked. The siib'tnnre ndliertng to blm seemed heavy as lead. The oily odor enmtiatlng fmm It was more nan Msiiis than pungent "And now I'm In n fix!" he dolefully "I've spoiled my clothes medltnted. nnd I'd b nbout sktnneil nllve If 1 went hotnn this w,.. (Ih! '.V srt far nnd fm.t nway fnnii Alton forme," nnd Wnlt turned bl faro nway from the town, feeling that It would neer do to return. Half a mile latMirlously cm-red. Wnlt lintted. und his longing glance wns fixed on u light In n little clean cabin he knew weir. "I slisubln't wonder If Neil Townsend would hotlu' me till I get these clothes senqNil off nnd reMcd a bit." mued Wnlt, nnd hoiefu!ly trudged ner to tiie siisck wuen m ineiui lived. Ned wns foreninn of n wellboring crw. He siiilliil n plettunnt welcome as Walt crossed the thresh old of his humble domicile. Then he stared nt him nlmot In stUefactlon. ami sniffed, nnd Thnn he cnino then nm his bntid ncross tho glistening tuff thnt routed Walt a If he were n mailed knlsht nnd eiiiinlinil It elo'i-ly- . Wnlt Ntumbllngly told his story. There wns n llil token of interest In his Hinlltor's eje. Sny. Iml, hoMke. and them wns n trnco of keen exiitement In his limes. can )ou lend me to wlict )ou fell Into thnt ikhiI of olir I sure enn." nssonted wait, nnd did, ,nd then, more mu'iil up than ever. Neil took him back to the cabin. A better moid nnd n more comfortablt romii Wait hnd neer enjoyed, and seeing his jollllg gltest comfortably Nisi Tow useful scurried from lh house, nnd fnr Into the night wns engroped In examining the oil and pool nnd seeking nut nnd negotiating with the owners of the pniierty around It securing options upon It for a mere song. Townsend for The next mall sum secured the consent of Par Milton to ndnpt Walt. The next It win mi wns Ih known thnt the hidden Millet of n gusher fnr down In th Intwels ef tho earth and Nisi wns 4 wealthy utnn. Ttien pretty, willing Hoxy come Into the lives of Nwl and Wnlt its n detottsj wlf und a loving adopted otht r. "What fori nay tnr. cannot overestimate the Impor tance Ol Keeping your tirsuiiiu built-up- . f that your heart will be constantly pumping rich, red, blood to all parts of the system. Any sugni uisormr or il.-i- i ,.f-ii nm the blood is n...ti vital a source of danger, or every ....... , 1. 1. organ 01 me nouy ucpcnui the blood supply to properly per form its functions, it is quite true that practically every one is equally cxnoicd to the attacks of ou are Just as liable to disease, be attacked as the man or woman sitting next to you on the street car. It all depends upon the condition of your blood. If it is thin and impoverished, and hai been allowed to reach a low state by the accumulation of impurities, you have not sufficient vitality to resist these germ attacks, and they find a fertile field in your lystem lo spread disease. Over a hundred years ago the Ins dians made many excellent and tonic from roots and herbs gathered from the forests One of these formulas was handed down to the white man and for life-Rivi1 rem-dle- In.n.ril(. Ill till- blood. VOU than fifty years has been used as 5. S. , which Is recognised as the belt known blood medicine on the market. This fine old remedy is still made as of old from roots ind herbs nf proven medicinal value In fact, phyilcUns everywhere recognise the wonderful efficiency of these rooti, and they are prescribed in some form or other atmoit dally. And now after being In constant use for more than half a century, S. S. S. Is more popular than ever. It is sold by practically every drug store in the land, and every druggist ii well acquainted with its sterling merit, for they have seen its results S. S. S. is a very valuable agent In the treatment of Catarrh, Eexema. Tetter bods, pimples, skin eruptions, malaria, and other disorders that come from Lk-oimpurities. tl U nltn uifhnui in enual AS general tonic and system builder flv in rtftrirv in cltaniinir the blood of impurities, it builds up the appetite and gives new life an I sigor to the entire, body Vnn arr intitrd In write far vat uablc literature and medical advice, which wilt he sent without cost Address Chief Mctlical Swift Laboratory. Atlanta. S-Hlieu-matii- 1920. 1920. "AUTO ZOMBRO" 2.02i The fnstest stallion that ever made a season In Oarrard County. Wisconsin, "Auto Zombro" obtained his record of 1 02 S at Milwaukee, Sept. 11, 1010. Sired by Zombro --Ml he by McKinney 2.11 U. Dam Trixy by Conifer. He Is n red bay, IS, hands high, tstuml, a geed breeder and n sure foal getter. Will make the present loosen at . $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Will also stand a good Jack at $10.00 to tained on all colts until season money is paid. This stock will make the season of 1020 at my stable near the Lexington I'ike, on the (tout Unc bebsw the Fork Church Imur. A Men will be re Nat rwps4blc for accident. !', nl n ROBERT R. FOX, Ilrynntsville Phone. I ANt'ASTKIt, KBNTITKY DENMARK ThLs splendid bred saddle horse will make the season ut my place, two miles from Lancaster, on the Huckeye pike nt $12.00 To Insure A Living Colt. DKN.MAKK is one of the best bred horses of tho Denmark strain thnt has ever stood in this county. He is 1G hands hitrh, solid bay. with fine mane nnd tail, splumlid action and one of the best saddle horses. At the same time and plnce I will stand my fine four year old Jack, CALDWELL $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. This well bred Jack is by Sy Jonos, he by Dr. Wood, by Dr. McCortl and he by Gov. Wood CnldwelPs dnm is by Tom Keene he by Kube IJillinirton. This Jack is 15-- hands liiKh, black with white points, kooi! bone anil body. A lien will be retained on all colU until season is nnid. If mitre is traded or parted with the money becomes due. Will try to prevent nil accidents, but will not be responsible should 1! nny occur. Phone 325-Q- CLARENCE BEAZLEY, . K. F. D. - No. 3. Lancaster, Ky. - 1 rber I WE HAVE Provided the Feeds Your Cows, Horses, and .Mules need a change of ration which nerves as u tonic. That you need for spring use. FOR THE COW We have Mixed Feed, Bran Shorts, Sweet Feeds and Shomocker a balanced ration. set-tlei- FOR THE HORSE AND MULE We have Green Crass, Sweets nnd Oats. - FOR THE HOGS Corn nnd the Balanced ration that makes fat ami produces thrift in your herd. Has everything in it a hotf relishes all at n fair price. Slio-mock- We have Mixed Feed, Middling,, dy Garrard Milling Company 1 LANCASTER, Ilra KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 6, 920 I I L. CARDS.! ajstsjassss. A FROM THE KENTUCKY DEPTHS M. S. Br OTILLIA P. PFEIFFER NEGRO Has Dreamer's Fishing Rod. fellow, will. Ins iiihI ntToinmodatlftg, hut prone to fall by the wayside. Mi hnd enTSf away rncced and shiftless looking, lie hnd returned seemingly not much Uttered a to eronnl npponrnnce. ".Somehow his face la different," an old gossip. "Ills hand Is sternly KENTUCKY. He don'tmid hi eye rlrnr a crystal. DANVILLE, exnrtly look properou hut Oppoiita Gilchcr Hotel. there' something new nhout him." "Why, yea." explained n hyitnnder, Offlca llouri 8 lo 12 anil 1 la S p.m. Trlpltt Springs Insure Riding Comfort on All Roadi. "ho snjs I e hnsn't touched n drop r Overland Sedan Insures Comfort since lie left here." The toun mnrshat and Judse Allen, In All Weather ditoniiia and seterv, shook their wise bend, hut the mure litimlile old friends THE SUPERIORITY of the Sedan for autumn, recalling Ida many helpful FUNERAL DIRECTOR of hale,klndiie, were resronslre and nets of winter and spring is even more emphasized in the Ofllce Over National Hank. rliarltnhle, Dnle, coming Into town wide range summer motoring. thick on foot. wn hulled liy Tom TrnvN. Mesldenrr I'liore 3. Oilier 1 lione.27 teamster, with n hearty: "III therel top is n cooler shield from boiling sun. LANCASTKIt.rKY Come Imrk In wake up tin) old dead Breezes arc freely admitted or entirely excluded tow n J" will. Rain, dust and sudden cold, arc shut out "llnrdly," smiled Pale. "Just pot homesick nnd had to see' my old your command by heavy plate glass which never frlrnda onrj. more. If I have any." "I'm one!" returned TrnvK eying cuts off your vision or leaves you feeling "Shut in." the shnhhy garments. "You look n lit Now the Overland Sedan adds to all this convertlie more like n man, hut I don't see Kontuoky joii uenrlni: any diamond, heyr You Lick, ible convenience, the riding comfort of Triplex innt ho tlreiU an hop up here nnd Springs, and extraordinary light weight economy. I'll rive you n lift. And turnery. I ran spare you n dollar. If you're clear out of funds." Touring. 95; Roadster, J9SS: Coupe. 31533: Sedan. J157S "Thank joti. Tom," said Dale with VETERINARIAN. Priest f. o. b. Tal4a, ubjct la chsaas without ootka humid eyes. "You always were a good Call. Answered Promptly Day or sort, hut I've still cot n little chnnce. Jut drop me nt Miller's, the shoNight, rhona 317. emakeran old rhnrn, you know." KENTUCKY LANCASTIK. "He'll he cln.l." assured Travla LANCASTER. KY. heartily, nnd Miller was, ami Dale's fare Iteoined with plrasuro at the Creeling he received. ore of your sho, la nut at "I the tm" oMerver Miller. "Off with It ninl let ine make ynu trim and Fine Cut rleht. ami I'll put In an hour or two with yti snil.lilne up. If you like, BRADSIIAW MILL. Mrs. Eli Creech and sons ipent last Mrs. William Taylor of Cottonburj;. M. when I eel my work done." week with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. A large crowd was present at the "I may come hack later," advised Mrs. James Prcwltt is ill at this Prcwitt. IMIe. "Sort of Innclne to seo some sale of the Casey property, every-thin- it writing. N. L. more of my old friends." selling ood. One set of s Mr. Leslie T, Hniilslmw sold his S. X. Sanders has become the own- beautiful home nt Uradahaw Mill, "Ted Nnrrta Is worklne In the pen-ernnd saucers bringing $9.25. store next door," said Miller, "lie er of n victrola. to Burton Sanders, price cichtccn Hens sold nt $1.90 each. never sets tired telllne how you ran Floyd Snyder lins purchased n thousand live hundred. n race arrilnst limit for the doctor, One Distinction. iSAIISFACTION OUARANTKKl). snvlnc his hoy life when ho wna new primrose cream separator. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snydcrs nnd America produces more talc and Miss Linda Sanders spent Wed- son, Hnrlnn were in Richmond Tueslilredlns ' death from that cut on Lnncnstrr. Ky , R. F. I). No. 3 n sharp arythe." . nesday niRht with Mrs. Floyd Snyder day nnd spent the night with Mr. and loapstono tlinn all tho rest of the world combined. And. Indee.1, Tnl Xorrls declareil Hint Dalo must accompany him home JOHN WHITE & CO. that afternoon nnd stay to tea and LOUISVILLE, KY. all nlcht. nnd took out his pocket-hooliteral aseertsnaat hut halted n spontaneous and full value staid of scnernslty nnd cood fellow, ter ship as ho too noticed that "somethlns .FURS new" In Morton Dale'a face that someHIsse aatf familiarity. how checked Ca.t atlas It wns soon all over town that the wanderer hail returned and, .too. wna "MmlEht as n strlne." and how-euiiproiiilslne he presented as to worldly hnd n certain strtklne The undersigned hereby sire warn- soiilfulnemi In his face that cnucd ing to all person i not to trespass upon the many ftld friends he met to pn ur lands for any purpoie whatever tier nnd wonder, "How nre the Uowlands cettlns is ite will prosecute all offenders to old the fullrit extent of the law. Hunt-rr- s nloner nkcil Dnlo fnm an chum, late In the afternoon. Diamond Tires say and fishermen especially take "Mime as usual." wna tho I away the best arc far notice. "The old man Is still able to work, K. U Elkin, .Mr. Corn Phillips. tires made is a sweeping claim and Iomthy's Just as cood and pretMrs. Emma Danleli, ty n eer. Sort of fascinated In that K. L. Arnold. quarter mice, wasn't you, Dnlol" 1 Diamond Yet thousands Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, "More tlmn that." replied Dale with serious candor. "Dear little Dorothy I Mrs. Emma Hlgginbotham, Users say so every day de- I I toht her I'd ncwr come hack until Eld and K. D. Price. k rcscn'ation, clare drink was n dead letter, and I haven't, S C. Itlgsby. V V perforrnance of and cijc and It K I wonder If she'll caro to D. M. Anderson. see me." K. L. Marker "She's lHme from district school H. - Kellcy. Talk tires witli a Diamond tonchlnc this week. I hear, (luess she J C P.lgsby. I'li't the clrl to forcet n fellow she User, Mrs. Victoria Anderson, nemwl to llko ns she did you." Tires he'll sell yon Thompson and Trncy "Thank joii." sMiko Dale In n low, "I need encournKt-me- nt tone. Inteiife when the crent hojws of my life Giving In Service. are In tho halntice." "I.vcry woman, and iery man, for The sun was Just Rolnc down as Mimvtliliu to Hint matter, should il e nenrvd the humble lustlfy her or hit exlstetw,.. UnteM Morton Dnlo Uowlands. Ite paused, of tho a Mimiiiu glTew a much as she take III tho clowlnc radiance. In mtvIcii alio It n llaMllty, bihI not framed colden-Sh- e Dr. standliiB nt the ento was a nil asset to the cowwunlty." saw sweet-facetelrl. hnlre-l- , tovejoy. i:tlier him rmiilne. rnn tnwnrds him nnd clnsixil ImiHi of his bunds. a "Oh, Morton I slut fluttered, "I I heard about It- - Is It truer Hut oh Your fnce tells 1 do not need to nsk. the story. What n happy hour It would bo for our donr. dend mother, were sho here to see you redei'meil." "You nut alwajs saylnc rjowt. lovely wonN." i Jinked up Dale. "Are you LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. , (OctirM. lata, w.n.ra N,w.r.if HATFIELD That familiar had penny and conventional rolling none, Morton Iule, DENTIST hnd come hark to flraftnu after a Offlca over The Garrard Bank. mysterious absence of a year or more. Residence 370. Ih hnd been remembered ns an Idle, rkontt Office 5. l'u. WASIIINOTON'-- Tr arc inven-tion- s anil inventions and still more inventions ilrslcncd to lure the finny itl.linlei J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. Summer Reasons For This Sedan Four-Doo- tribe from the waters, but it took Uncle Kph Johnson, uced negro, native of Scott County, Kentucky, to bring forth the invention that reduces to the minimum the labors of the flihcrman. Uncle HpU't invention allows the disciple of Izank Wnlton to east his line into the wntcr nnd lie down to piscatorial dreams with the firm con viction thnt when the Ilsh Idles he will tic awakened from his slumbers In time to lnnd his catch. 'Tis simple, this invention of Uncle Kph's. It is not patented. On the contrnry, its Inventor oilers it to nny nnd nil devotees of the rod nnd reel. J. A. Beozlev H. J. PATRICK, of It's pcr-'mane- nt at at Dentist. . Paint Stick nn umbrella rib perpendicularly in the mud on the bunk, fasten u sleigh bell near the tnjnnd connect the line with this "invention" nnd you are ready to fish nnd sleep. "It ain't nothln' more'n u labor saver," snld Uncle Kph. "You see, every time I get a bite the Ilsh bends the umbrella rib and the bell rings. Den I wnkes up nn' hauls him in". The nged negro, who yenrs ago, courted the finny tribe in Klkhorn Creek, is spending the remaining years of his life teaching his grandson to fish in the Potomnc. Or. Printus Walker Congress Should Make Thorough Investigation Of Coit And Sale Prices. (llnrdstown, Ky., Standard.) Congress should investigate the cost of production of the various manufactured articles and of food and fuel, as well ns their sale prices. The prices of newsprint paper, shoes and other clothing, sugar and investigapotatoes deserve special tion. The raw mntcrinls produced by the farmer nnd used in the manufacture of clothing cost five to ten per cent of the present sale prices, and the public should know who is getting' the other ninety to ninety-liv- e per cent in order to intelligently seek the remedy. No man can piny ball batting the dark. The gulty parties should be singled out and the right remedy uppllcd. Congress can summon witncsics, put them on oath nnd demand the books and records containing the necessary informn-tion. tho-roii- ly CENTRAL GARAGE. Honaker Flowers. John McRoberti. PREWin ten-cup- al Auctioneer k, old-tlm- POSTED er ei!. Diamond narri res TO that and of it ithout the The correct nnd just rule to follow nlwnys is "Cost of Production Plus n Fnir Prollt," and this rule should be npplicd throughout the nation. There is a disposition in some quarters to be hoggish nnd get nil you can by might nnd without right. Apply the same rule of cost plus n fnir profit to everybody. The general prices of products and of labor should not be disturbed, all prices below the general level should be increased in proportion to other things, and the profiteer, receiving more than cost of production plus n fair profit, should be sought out and hu unfair profit reduced by law, economy nnd by every' other fair method thnt will accomplish the result! dciircd. rcpo. J X No Longer 'Milch Cow Hereafter It will be "milk cow" and not "milch cow" at least so fur as the Department of Agriculture is concerned. This decision marks the termination of n controversy in which etymologists in the department Jmve had not a little interest. Those defending "milch" have pointed to icript-urusu and certain of the classics as establishing precedents, while the opposition has contended that tluiry-me- n, ranchmen and farmers In general use "milk" instead of "milch" nl. matt universally. The advocates of "milk" also fav-erthat word because thev con- tended it was more strictly un Kn- ; word, while "milch" was akin to Gorman. Since Americanization of language us well as ideals is an article In every patriot's creed, it Is thought thnt this last snlly of the "milk" defenders helped us much as any t decide tho question In their favor. al afiVvSEjVrW PHiWjWi?yB HHiH0LV fc nnd the chances are Dbmond f cot-tac- d t ed I Southern Optical Incorporated Manufacturers of Perftct-Flttlng Co. ! that cladr ',si clad. Morton." SPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES Krypteki Invisible Illfocal Artificial Eye. Una f 4th A Chestnut Stsi, KY. LOUISVILLE, said Dorotliy. Irembllnc with WBotlon. "that I would you to tho ends CO hand In hand with of tho world, Hir, homeless, hut happy knowim: that you hnd found your smil nt Inst." Morton Kilo uttered a crent surf complete. Ine cry of Jy f of friends so "Oh! tho lde--lmany. " . 'rue I" me." he Uttered "for I linve tried them out. And these old clothes mid wy seeming poverty only drew them the closer to me. iuiie. all of them, and you. most of all. my heart' true darllne. and share with me Ihltr And with pride and cladness, the lame old crnerous hcnrleil. Impulsive plrlt nature hnd made him, Morton Dnlu revenled a document nnnitnc him Joint lielr with u cousin to the P'n ...intp nt n relative which nia Independent. Where He !.p. The twin who thinks everything nlwuytt get Into dllNrtilty when conditions require him to terlfy Ids Information. ?0neDroE tatsfiMaPfuMoRtsaaay BSSSSSSv A l.w aior. la it. SHtus wu.r cur,, ..J Wm. MARSEE, Lancaster, Ky i tSinlHI, mn IV-- rknlu ,4tall piM tl (It ilrv.,.,i. w mii if pet 1 D ckeltr. lllctdoa i J duiM. Um s.ilr uiitx tita vwiu r rnvn ya VSI-- O lourfiowGamsdir ex. HASELUEN HROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 6, DEMONSTRATION WORK 1 920 Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. Mnker of the Celebrated nnd Popular IS MADE PROFITABLE Science Applied to Practical iculture in Icbho. Report Recently Agr- WHITE SWAN ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAKE NO OTHER. ! Given Out Shows Saving of IT0.27 for Every Dollar Expended Variety of Sub-Jicts Treated. (Prepared by th United states Department of AcTlcultur.) Impressive result from the nppllcn-tlo- n of science to practical agriculture nrv shown In a report recently given to thi county commissioners of Malm regarding the extension "work In that stnle for HMD. A saving of ?10.'.7 for every dollar expended In the extension activities won made. Thi total expenditure win $Zi4XW. Including the amounts th( counties provided from their own fund nnd the money received from mate anil federal FLOUR O ? Guaranteed bv l We do exchanging in wheat and corn. Our MILL FEED tests 16 percent Protein. President, GEO. O. SPOONAMORE Secretary, C. L. ZANONE W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. iurres. The savings resulting direct-I- t from this outlay were figured nt sassBasSj-sBBsS- I CHI-NAM- EL persons. In calculating the saving Indlrated ntove only the Increases resulting directly from these demonstrations nn Included, no account being taken of the Urge lienellts nrlslng from the spread of Information to fanners not sharing In the demons) rations. The grent variety of subjects treated liy the agricultural exjerts Is shown hy trie following Items selected from n summary of their work: Demonstrations relating to seed testing, $'J.Crt.217. In nil mnrv than .2.100 demonstrations were held during the year nnd were attended hy more than SSj) nco mP o R ATCO Durham cigarettes; you roll tUcm Durham from genuine "Bull bag. tobacco; fifty from one No machine can even duplicate your "own" rolled from genaine "Bull" Durham tobacco. Good old reliable "Bull". Always genuine; since 1865 he's been everyone's friend. BULL" FOR EURNITURE AND FLOORS GENUINE I You'll Need It WHEN YOU'RE HOUSE CLEANING. silage, contnd corn wheat and In oats, potato onstrations, alfnlfa variety demonstrations, orchnnl spraying, cow testlnir. purcontnd of rodents, chasing nml marketing, poultry cull-lueradication of hog cholera, drainage nnd Irrigation demonstrations. u of fertilizer and feeding of live of smut In variety demstock. fr Bull Durham TOBACCOLBlay I McRoberts Drug Store READ LAST LINE TWICE a IBlljgajSSigrniBiiBjariji u HislffliS!Sail!MH I hflvp tfust nnrrhnsprl n tipw IT. , , 52 During the war the fnrmers planted wheat. The world needed bread. Now Is the time to get hack to clover. The land needs clover. Ton nH Half Truck, and am ready to do all kinds of hauling anywhere, ir you nave anything you warn aone, can pnone - IS j PLOW DRAG WILL SAVE LAWN Simple Device Recently Invented by Tennessee Man Will Prevent Injury to Grass. tt. .3 Bryantsvllle s. w. Garage. halcomb. Here Is shown a device recently pat-- I ented hy a Tennessee man to prevent a walking plow from cutting the lawn to pieces when It becomes necessary to drag the plow through the yard to plow n tltliM strip or garden, says Farming Business. The teeth nre at- - i Ill Plow Drag. U Formula yf H 1 tached to a swivel bar Just behind the JUDSON. plow and tn tne handles. A spring from tho plow to the bar Jerks the Mr. Henry Orimes rcntlnues quits bar back when rocks or heavy clods ill. nre struck nnd the bar Jerked to the Mr. Wm. Adams Is improving rear of Its keeper. slowly. Mrs. 11. M. Lane is iulte ill with IS NOT DIFFICULT TO OPERATE Buy Paini by ihe "T uayugm newoa f. .1 J -- tut vf In buying paint tret one that comes out "in broad daylight" and tells you what it contains. The formula printed on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint leaves no doubt or mystery about this paint. It's good by analysis as well as by reputation. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT will give you maximum SERVICE. It protects, beautifies, and saves repair bills. Then don't ." just "paint" your property havo it "Grecn-Seal-ed- SOLD DY CONN BROS., Lancaster, Ky. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. Offlce Phone 18. Kentucky. grapo pruning than thero Is about Lane and family motered to Hrondheud Sunday nnd Davo pruning tree fruits. Cummins wero, guests of Mr. Lnrkln Hicks nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. spent Saturday night with Mr. und I). II. Carter and family. KEEP dARty SMELLING SWEET Mrs. Marshall Kay. Now that woman has been fciven Mr. Virgle Hill and several of his Milk Takes Up a Foreign Odor With friend were the guests Sunday of the right to vote in many states, Surprising Rapidity Us mere mnn Is confronted with the Miss Vcrgelia Ray. Broom Freely. Miss Nanie Mne Woods was, the problem of inducing here to vote. MissTho man who uses the broom free- truest Thursdny of her cousins, Here nre two important extremes ly Is the one that has the swift smell- us I.eonn and I'nuline linker. of life. A good reputation is hard to ing stable, a condition worth while, Mr. nnd Mrs. Austin II lack, Mr. make and easy to lose, while a bud for milk taken up a foreign odor with and Mrs. Tom Pollard spent Sumlny one is easy to make and hard to lose, surprising rapidity, and unless every- with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Muck. thing Is aweet smelling the milk will I Mnn is the equal of woman In all Mrs. Price Tutor of Richmond tell It, and eventually the customer will find It out und take his trudu spent a few days recently with her things except wherein he Is not her equal. And thai, surely, if diplomatelsewhere. parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Newt Kites. ic enough to prevent even our wife Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hicks Nuncio from taking offense. PUT LOAFER ACRES TO WORK Ray and daughter, Vergela madu a Many a man In tlsls country longs business trip to Danville, Thursday, Many Farmers Would Be Justified In day when all wars will be n Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson were for the Rearranging Fields and Clearing thing of the past. Then he can slip Away Obstacles. the guest Wednesday Slight of his In the early hour of the mornparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Simp- home ing without removing his shoes nt the A farm, of large site with Irregular son. door. outline, or one badly cut up by dlttlun Mr. Stanley Foster was the guest fencing, Is operating unor needle Turkey, we are told, Is to be allowder a handicap, Tho Increased ease of Saturday night of his cousin, Mr. working, and the reduction of the cost Robert Ray and attended the show ed to keep Constantinople. Hut who Is to keep the Turk! of working, would Justify much labor at Lancaster, His past perand expense on many farms In the Mrs. Milton Black and charming formances render him on unsafe anirearrangement of fields and la clear-I- n little daughter and Miss Dora Lee mal to be roaming at large. ceiving congrndulntions over n dainty vines Is not n dltllcult operation, al- son. though It ton often Is no considered Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson spent j little son that arrived to bless their by the Inexperienced. There are a few Wednesday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. home April 17th. It has been cris-- j Tarrifclc Suffering Froa HetsUcke, fundamentals about tho nperothai, Hobcrt Simpson. tined Hnrry Walker. SkJtacie, Backache, aid Wtk-newhich when once grasped, makes the Mr. und Mrs. James Foster spent Relieved by Qreki, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Hicks nnd Mrs operation become extremely simple. In Lavly. fact, there Is less ierplexlty about Sunday with their son,- Mr. Feley Nancio Ray and Mr. ham Rny Tali i I Huffman spent a day recently wah Wooing by Temperature, Mrs. Tom I'ollard. ays the reaA West Dnl'-- s w!lnw Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Creech return- son she broke her last engagement ed homu Fridsy nfter spending sev- was herons her flanco was a doctor wanted t" keep a thermometer In eral days with her parents, Mr. nnd who mouMi while her he held her bnnj. Mr Austin illack. Dallas News. Frends of little James Sam Or I ' the mompj. Lane were glad to know that he ret Pruning and Training of Grip Vines Dychouse of Ohio is turned home from Danville Sunday Mr. Wm. Is Extremely Slmpl When Ones vlsitng friends of this place. nnd is doing, nicely nfter n severe Understood. Mrs. - Mnthews spent Thurs- operation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Hay nre re-- I grapo day with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Simptraining COULD HARDLY I- The pruning and of j STAND ALONE Syi Texas Gonrsles, Tex. Mrs. Minnie Phil-poof this place, writes: Tlv years njo I was taken with V pala In my left aldi. it wis rlcal under my left rib. It would commence with an ochlnc and extend up Into my left shoulder and on down Into tny back. Hy that time tho pain would bo so sercro I would have to take to bed. nnd auffered usually about three days ...I suffered this way for threo years, and cot to be a niero skeleton and was so weak I could hardly stand alooa. s not ablo to go any where and bad to let my house work go... I suffered awful with a pain In my back and I had the headache all the time. I Just was unable to do a thing. My Ufa was a mlrr,-m- y atomach sot la aa awful condition, caused from taking so much medicine. I suffered so much pala. I bad Just about riven up all hopes of our getting aoythlng to help sua. One day a Birthday Almanac waa t, wv ftiistriirttnna. floe sod taa enrsi baa pmaansat for It as m two year slaesi air awful b4 kasUtm. I Will lllv.v. n i . .h.I OwtktJ- .- Try Cartul to4ajr. second bolt Is... I weaaa sad feolln thrown la mr yard. Aftsr rsadlng Its testlmonlsls I decided to try Car-du- l, and am ao thankful that I did, for I bcaa to Improve when oa to aa bow a well ha The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday May 6, 920 1 LARGER GLOVER Tested Eighteen Months to Prove Perfection TWO yonrn npu n tinlirnnl of. litre-proo- . CROP IS URGED Ad- LEDFORD & RAMSEY MANSE, KY.' ronl lire The public clamored for it; nil lire maker tried to liuild it. Lee w making tin only Mirrmful ptinc f pneumatic fabric tire. Motoric! naturally looked to Leu for a puncture-proo- f puncture-proo- f T Layer vtew of j High Prices Should Serve as ditional Reason for Planting Seed With Care. PflEPARE Of Can Save You Woney i raw GROUND PROPERLY cord. ronl firm. It practically eliminates blowout, tread separation, broken iilewall and other common tire troubles. And it in mn'nicy punc sc tin succeeded in building mrli n tire. It lino nil llin irotwmy mill rrWiViry of the hot Utrnott Importance to Provide Seed Bed Which la Firm, Melrt and Fine Sowing With Drill Auurci Qeod Stand. by the Unttnl Btatea Depart 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 fnrrirM. turr-prtK- if For lit month this tiro was cruelly tr.trd before hcinp oirrrrd to the puldir. It rode at lightly and a smoothly a a ronl without iiiih feature. It was a economical on furl ami ml. It w,t ea.irr on lulc. Ami it oiitliottil curd tirvs tlmt it ere not immtSin priHtj! tr mmt of Acriculture.) Tlio irrent hindrance to nn extrnidvr plurilliie iif clover thl year In the jirlci' of the which haa nilruncij) to tli! iinireciilcnted lleuri" of l cent il jMiuud uholeitulu for the tdfl (rrinli'. IIIkIi prlcen, however, ahould not lo. the plnntlne of clover mid the return to pmviil rotntlon, hut nhould pervc trrepartd ' u dfinontr.ilp the economy of the new I.rr Cord l'uiicturcd'roof. ti lnir the nel ncconllnic to tc Joe 7es aDitititv dimply an nn nildlllonnl rencoti fur with the cnnte-i- l core, the United Stnten depart-ineli- t of agriculture Plant tha Seed Right. Clover Miotild not he plnnted at all iinlf't It In planted rlclit. Sratterlni,' on xMirly pre-eieiHve clover full line of everything you need at less than market price. ft- it. LI IX III Cord or Fabric Puncture Proof Smiie at Miles" Tires 51 Highest cash price paid for country produce. HUPMOBILE THE ECONOMY CAR" So named because it uses less gasoline and oil than any car on the market. Would be pleased to Demonstrate and prove to you its Kood points and hill climbing abilities. Tires are advancing every day but we are sell what we have on hand at the old price. Lancaster, Kentucky. Cuyptian Plague. Wh.n att the water of Urypt IHrn May Csplaln MmmI J.NE. ELMORE ' AGENT FOR GARRARD and LINCOLN' COUNTIES ed Calabria. Urn.. IwMit a 4tllar phe-- i i'ni In latSK, wkt-- u a Hvrj ml etuud tram lira sea. preM-ul(.tertai: alt atitl a rain f lkn fnl tlx l) It lUit iwl hate W- -- ntthrr Wtt. town. Whet-th- wcttii ' e u Its iriuixm bu which to tit tlmrii- - tu bwl Inn carried In ttu rli:i ami by tlii rain den., taw wm MUrr that into fsMSftd rain drl-- ) Ketp Up Your Confidence. TW majority of failures Iwgan to lfirrtrnti by doubting or depreclat inn i.tii.Jn. t.r by liitie Wifldenc in il.Hr own ability. Tho tnma.-n- t i harbor dttulit nod to loo 'h in jourself yu eapttnlato to the JCu'ry Uhhj jw ncknuwlfilcc' ItifUklHH-j- - or lack of nlill. "iiikiM-- , i') jm ui-- kwi jour lolf omntlencc, an that It to umlfrmltK! tit f'"imUtlin of oil n.lileviifiit. Orlm -rtt Manl.n In Chlcfico Dally New. a titj All llio world Uf.-- I tier ttt, nll this ymme xrsnn. nrnl i may W jirctty ctTtnln Uiat iHTMinn whotn nil the irl1 trcnl 111 th trrntment tlioy p i. Thn uorlil In n lovklns Kln- -i ami clc hack to every mntj tin1 re liction of lila oxvn fncv. Frown nt It, tun! It will In turn look otirly upon iki; Inush nt It nmt with It. nmt It ,( n Jolly, klm) companion; ntnl n let all yuunc lrxm take tlielr cholc"". il-- Refection. View of Clover Plant Showing Roots In Which Nitrogenous Foods Are Stored. pnrcit cround l the rnifireftt economy. Thi crop idiould I if provided with u Miit luil which In llrm, tnolM. mid tine, and Uie uullty of the vhould he of Uie licnt. If the land la "Hour" It vhould ho limed for red and aweel cluvi r. I'ntlmlily the most certain way tc oliinln u htnud of clover Ik to mv It with a drill alone, on eieclally ground. .Special clover or nlful-fdrills a r 0 now ntullntile. and when a kUtUclcnt ucmige U lielui; grown tc Justify their punhatu the um of tliect ImpleuientK h to lui On mimller nreust a regular grain drill can lieu"! ,f lirovldeU with b;miuI8 lending from the gnis ieiljHix hack ol the idioex or llkn. tin must aolln of the wih In ohtnlncd lielter if the drill li eUlpied with chalu l eoverer, it Hiee leave a flat furrow L'lileca the vill In la n mellow eondl' tied must ho tlea n hallow for the drill. When u drill l .not available the Miil rati he with n rotary wedvr, a whivl harrow weder, or by I ui I id. The gniillid, however, must he In Hue mellow condition, which meani-tha- t heeding must lie delayed until the Milt can ho stlrml oiicu or twice with When HetHleil harrow. a In thin way the Mi-- mut he covered, uoiially with a cplkw-toutharrow, hut Koaietlnie with ii heavy brush drag. f Inch In clay miIU and un Inch In lighter miIIh Ik about the propet; depth of planting. Clover Seed la Easily Tested. FlrntHiunlliy clover M't-fnuu a recan usually be liable good germlnav iimiii to poMn-Ktlon uml lie fr-from wwl eeK However. f there Is nuy doubt iim to the quiilliy of the Med It can easily ho teiel fin germination In the same way that rorti I tented, by counting out 100 reeds and placing them In a Mind or nig doll genuluator for a week. The number of seedr) which K na In ate III thut tbae U the percentpre-Ixiri- sl pre-iwreplke-tMii- h d h One-lial4 WHV NOT DEPOSIT YOUR and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, I Tlinclerny. Dodge Brothers BUSINFrSS CfR THE NATIONAL BAN 11 OF LANCASTER. 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. Capital $50,000. A. It. DENNY, President. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. It. HAP.MS, Individual , Hook-kecpcr. Surplus i30,000. J. E. STORMES, VicoPrest. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. ' Book-K'eepe- r, HUGH MOB LEY, CTeneraf x KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. , 0. U. J S. C. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinclroad, Alex It, Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Storme., Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. age of germination of Um U.I, The ptrceiiluge it weH HeetU Ik banter to detect, u ninny weeij M'ds In Hpixrance. the clovtr d CITIZENS NATIONAL ' BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. However, wllli Uie use of u uiugiilfy-lu- g Mi lit r 1 1 weed seetls. Not all foreign seeds In clover ure harmful but the fanner pa) Int: for clover seed should get It. Seed Is Best. During the past - mouths largo red clover Humilities of Italian-growteed have bom luixirud Into this country. Tents have shown that seed crown In Italy produces pluuts which ure less hardy and more subject tu Jltrnsc than plauta from Auurlcuu- Home-Grown glHn the majority of the wenl be seen. The ier s.iils can relitago of weetl seed run be roughly bftunalnetl by taking M seedn Just an they tuine uml counting out I ho g The way of tho SAFE is the way of the dollar. It ii no gamble. It is a turo thing. Follow tho 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 VVtiy U. F. Hudson, President. J, J. Walker, L. G, Davidson, Cashier. V. 0. Itfgney, Ant. Cashier. NWra. F. Miller, Teller. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. 0. Hamilton; AsVt Teller. ' wnwn n . il N s GUY. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday May 6, ANOTHER ARKANCertificates, and the Liberty Bond purchaser of that part of the state are holding on to their bonds. II. 11. Hill Is superintendent of the public school of Walnut Ridge, and If there be an enthusiastic endorser of the Senrcy Plan Mr. Hill is that man. He not only urges the boy pupils to wear overalls but he set an example himself nnd he finds it profitable. In a letter to the Treasury Department Inst nionh Mr. Hill gnvc his own experience, nntl It cannot be told in better language than he uses himself. Here is what superintendent Hill says: "We have three teachers, including myself, wenring overall. From my own personal experience, I can I hnve report complete satisfaction. worn overnlls more thnn two months, using thnt style that comes up to the shoulders both before nnd behind, wearing with the overnlls an old coat, the panti to which were long ngo worn out. "I hnve not found It necessary to wenr trousers underneath the overalls although some of the boys have ilc ne this, utilizing some old pair with the sent worn out or such like. This is done to gain added warmth. "I bought two pnir of overalls nt the stnrt. which cost $3.50 per garment, or $7 for the entire Investment. For this price I obtained extra quality. The overalls hnve not faded perceptibly and haven't shrunk much. During the two months I have worn them It has not been to hnve any pressing or cleaning done, for the simple rrnon that I hne worn regular suits or "store clothes" only on Saturdays (sometimes) nnd on Sundays occasionally, and a few time nt night during the week. "After wenring a suit It is n simple matter to hang it up rnrefully nnd if It lotcs any of the creates at all It will be nicely created the next time it is brought forth. During the spring I shall save at least the price of n gootl suit or about $76. In addition to this I hab saved laundry bills, for we generally wear wool shirt with collars attached. "Furthermore," when wearing over nils, one does not wear $IS silk shirts, $4 knit ties, nnd $20 shoes. If n person desires such thing he may always keep one outfit rendy to wear. "And what I did not hope for at first, one rapidly becomes accustomed to the overalls nnd feel much freer and ensier at nil times. It puts him in touch with a greater number of his constituents. ry s, 1 920 SAS TOWN Mr. Harry !. Wee visited relnlives Sunday in Ulchmond. Mr. Itascom Pelphrey wm nt Where Simplified Dress tcrvllle Wednesday on business. Is A Success. Mr. T. - Vnntl wn the guest of Mr. nntl Mm. J. I Ynntl Tuetdeiy. Suptrintrndent II. II. Hill, of the Mr. C. It. Henry wn the visitor of Walnut Hld. Public Schools Mm. Kdd IIom of Lancaster Saturday. Trifi Out Srcy Plan and Mr. nnd Mr. Charlie Tuttle wont Thursday of Mr. and Mr. J. visitors I'lndt It Works Brtler 1 Foley. Than II Expected. Mr. nntl Mr. N'nthnn Simeon, of Klrkvlllc, were with relatives here Thrift and Saving, elnd In simplU Saturday. Ami iire. nre making stride in Arabout how il kansas, anil the story Mr. an.l Mn. William Walker te Lancaster Saturday ami visit-o- il Senrey. Arkansas, had adopted the convenient nml money raving garb, friends. Mm. Miley Henzlcy were ami printed In the Savings llcrnld n Mr. nntl recent visiter of Mr. nntl Mr. Mar-cu- s few month ago, is bearing fresh fruit nil the time. White. No town in the entire F.ighth FedMr. Wlllinm Barnes nml MUs Mol- - eral Reserve District 1ms mndc n bet shopper nt Lane lie Barnes, were ter recunl in this direction than has ter Tuesday. Wnlnut itidge, nntl the statistic isMaster Ocorgc and Herschel Van sued by the Saving Division of the tl pent the day Saturday with Jnmes' Treasury Department show that the Milton Henry. money saved In dress is not nil spent Mr. Green I'oynter nnd daughter. for frivolity, but the nsrot tf the Miss Mary visited Mrs Alfred I'oyn saver is being Incrensed by plente-- 1 ter, Thursday. ou purchase of Government Sav- Savings Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I Yunti was In ings Stamp nnd Treasury Danville Saturday for the J. B. Ailnms land sale. Mr. nntl Mrs. Henry Tuttlc were Sunday visitor of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N. Mcrida. nnd family. Mr. William Haney of Lancaster, pent Thursday with Mr. Taylor Kaney at his farm here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom lnntis were Monday guests of Mr. and Mr. W. S. Kmbry of Lancaster. Mr. nnd Mrs. Baicom Pelphrcy nnd Miss N'elle attended the show nt caster Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Yater spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr, nnd Mr. William Griggs. Mr. Green Poyntcr sold his farm to Mr. Clay Bronddu. price $4,500. Possession given Jan. 1st. Miss Lucy Joe Marsee has returned home after a visit .with her sister, Mr. Mack Turner nt Marksbury. Mrs. D. A. Hcrvey and dittle son, of Paint Lick, visited hor parents, Mr. nnd Mr. George Brown last week, Mr. and and Mrs. William Smith of Poor Ridge Road spent the day Sun day with Mr nnd Mrs William Griggs. and Mesdames Carrie Davidson William Sutton were in Lancaster on Monday for the day, with Mr. W. J Iwot-orc- I have saved enough nntl more In two months to nay for the overnlls on my pressing bill alone." The school system of which Mr Hill I the hratl publishes n very creditable little school paper, in the March number of which appear a readable account of the simplified ilres reform. The paper rejoices in the euphonieut name of "The Bobcat." CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY Cut But tlrlt slip enclose with f cents and mall it te Foley A Co , Uii.lfi Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III, writing your name and address clear ly. You will receive In return n trial package containing Foley's Hon B jy nnd Tar, for roughs, colds nnd croup; Foley Kidney Pill for pain in aides nntl back; rheumatism, bark ache, kidney ami bladder ailments, nnd Foley Cathartic Tablets, n whole PBf some and thoroughly cleansing cnth artic, fer constipation, blliouinets, eBJ headache, and tluxgsh bowels VavJ A tint in your mouth mfl'tdtm if 4H JHPllMWw j- "Why to tier jr." Seeret n hi Miss IVrtle - flood-wi- n Intmisui- have a secret wed am! I ar coins ding. Not ti Mint i going to know nt It till If ort-- r Haven't you lirsnir frltinl "Hart) 9 fM Hfl BBB BK SV flutf)Vcndcts cakes, biscuits anwI""MJBf doughnuts that - : VBj keep lunging pAvJ 'round the pantry all made uvh SK CALUMET IAKINC POWDER uf.t, purrti, men rcano.-r.ci- l Try I BBH BBV Bfl H Bj it -2 rt rra buv BBfl H ln BBI Non-Profiteeri- j Orf anisaliont Should ConcvntraU r.fforU Aralnit Profilvvrin. (Hardttown. Ky.. Standard ) There is no reason why all non profiteer should not consolidate and concentrate their etferts against profiteering. The work of this na ture is greater than at first appears. Profiteering is being engaged in by many manufacturing concerns as well a tnldddle men. Nor should the farmer be unmindful of that class of profiteers, who are buying up and hoarding farm products and selling them out at fabulous prices in cer tain localities to the Injury of the people and regardless of the price paid the producer; this dishonest species of business by certain middlemen is being unjustly charged to the farmers, causng many to believe the farmer Is profiteering when he scarcely made expenses on his sale of these pnxluct. This abuse should be prohibited by rigid laws. I he newspapers in the purchase of their supplies, and laborinir mrn in the purchase of shoes and much other clothing are suifenng the yoke of the profiteer and should make common cause With the Farm llur-a- n people against a common enemy. ine present general evel of nrirra or larm product should be maintained and things unduly low should bo brought to the same level; un. necetsary middlemen should I eliminated, and the death knell should be sounded to unfair speculation and all profiteering. The farm bureaus and similar organisations should arrange a closer cooperation for mutual protection agninst the injuries and perils that betet them. Romans. Mr. Oscar Lewis motored to Wood ford Saturday and spent the week end with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. G L. Lewis. Mr. Tom Ward was entertained Saturday at a delightful six o'clock dinner, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Foley nnd, children motored from Hockley Sunday nnd visited Mr. and Mr. J. P. Foley, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tuttlc. Mrs. Wallace Jones and son Wil Ham and little daughter, Grace, of Paint Lick, were week end guests of Mr. nnd Mr. William Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Clark and son, Earl, who reside on the Lexington pike, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mlton Ward ami Mrs. C. U. Henry Sunday. Mrs. C. R. Henry and children, and Mr. Tom Ward left for Kirksville on Monday afternoon to attend Com. inencement, and Mrs. Henry will visit relatives this week at Klrksvlle. Mr. and Mrs. 7.. T. Rice and little son, Itobert Leslie, of Richmond, were with Mesdames Carrie Davidson nnd William Sutton Wednesday, re turning home in the afternoon, and were accompanied by Mrs. Davidson, who will be their guest for several dnys. Ten miles used to be a long waij sitionfinding out what he wantajn a tire and giving him that. It! Large or small, U. S. Tires are built to only one standard of quality the standard days, these motor-c- ar w)hen every point in the county is hardly more than "just around the comer." W HAT a difference in People's ideas are changing, too. They're beginning to figure out how much it is cosf-in- g them to keep a car. And the man who is doing the greatest amount of figuring is the man with the moderate' price car. that produced the first straight side automobile tire, the first pneumatic truck tire. eordini to the toad thty harm to ttarel: S!ctjrour l!rt ae THINK OF IT Recommend 8ome Are Lancaster People. Orur one hundred thousand harn rvcointnended Doaa'a Kidney IMIU, For backache, kidney, urinary 1IU, FKty thousand aliened tratlmonUU Are. appearing now In public print, Homo of them are Uinoaster poplo. Homo sro published In (.ancestor No other ruuusly shows such proof Follow this Ijncajter man's eiutn. Our Remedy. 60XXJ There still seems to be a notion in some quarters that any tire is good enough for a small car. Every tire that bears the name "U. S." is built the best Tray, its makers know how. It isn't the car, but the man who owns the car, that counts with the oldest and largest rubber concern in the world. IV As representatives of U. S. Tires in this town, we offer you the benefit of our experience and advice in settling your tire problem. U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roads The U. 3. Chain or Usco. For front wheels The U. S. Plain. In sandy or hilly country, wherever the goin It apt to be heavy The For best results mrerywherm U. 3. Royal Cords. U. S. may Handle Sugar In War on Exorbitant Prices Persons Publicly That's not what the man who owns it thinks. In recommending and selling U. S. Tires we are trying to see his aide of the propo pie. W. B. Carrier, merchant. Public " hod dull backachoe Square, aaya that hothitred me. especially durinjc the night ami my kidneys acted irregularly. I used Doon'a Kidney Pills, procured at Btormu'a In Htoro ami tho backache and other sIkus ot troublo disappeared. I havo hud uo return of the troublo." Prlco COc, at all dealers. Don't Imply ask for a kidney remedy cut I'osn'a Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Carrior had. Co., kid-Ho- y Fustor-Mllbura United States Tires HASELDEN BROS., GARAGE. Lancaster, Ky. PAINT LICK GARAGE. Palat Lick, Ky. Mfrs., Hufralo, N. Y. mi Important action by tho govern- ment ejecting both the supply and price of sugar I expected to follow an important conference begun In the office of Attorney General Pal-min the Department of Juttice. In attendance on the conference wero several United States district attorneys nnd other government agents who for somls time havu been invetlt-Cdtfn- g sugar supplies nnd prices in their territory. No information concerning the conference was given out in advance, but it was stated that an announcement was expected nt Its conclusion. Among the solutions of the sugar problem understood to, be up for consideration were steps to prevent sugar hoarding, high prices and a suggestion that tho government itself take over and handle all sugar. It has been the contention of government official for some time that there was an adequate supply of sugar In the country and tittle excuse for sugar shortage and present prices. er t