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In ninny places the goal wa io nearly reached, that It is only a matter of For two hours last Tuesday, the belonging to Messrs Robert seeing the scattered membership to Rankin, Dnvld Itunkln nnd Charles citizens of Lancaster were treated reach the apportionment. to one of the happiest occasions that Rankin. In Garrnrd county good progress is place here in many months. These fnrms all lie in the Camp has taken being made. The quota for the LanDick Robinson section of the county. It was nil because that splendid bunch caster congregation, was $5800,00. " Just along the Lancaster nnd Lex of Lexington' More than half of this amount was ington pike and ust ubout as good citizens dropped in upon us and atlons began for the farm before the raised last Sunday; quite a good deal as a crow ever few over. One of where our pleasant guests for two deal was closed with J. I. Hamilton more has been raised since then. If her citizenship can be when he purchased G77 ncres of them the farms purchased belonged to short hours. It is believed by next Sunday, Mr. Robert Rankin, contained 340 judged by the sample that composed on the Lexington pike in this county when the campaign Is supposed to Messrs. Rankin will get possession acres nnd formerly known as the Per- - that motorcade, then Lexington close the full amount will have been kins farm. The one adjoining he should le proud indeed, to have such of the Kvnns farm on January 1st, subscribed. Many member of the Ing. longed to Charles Rankin nnd con men call the "Blue Grass" capitol next, nt which time they turn ovc congregation are yet to be seen and home All the Services that the American tained only 57 acres, the other farm their their Garrnrd Interests to Mr. Hamll if these remaining ones do as well as The only thing that marred their ton. Legion of this Post has held In the purchased by Mr, Hamilton, was the those who have already subscribed, gone down in history as 20 aere farm of D. F. Rankin, nnd stay, was the rnin that came up sudpast have The consideration for Kvans farm there will be no doubt as to the final one of the belt programs ever given formerly known at the Jones Adams denly, just as the performance was is $220,000. or about $200.00 nn result. Equally as good progress is about to begin on the public square. acre. From what knowing ones ray to the public and every man, woman place. being made at Fairview and Pleasparty composed, of nearly one this farm is thought to be about the and child In Garrard County should Naturally everyone want to know The ant Grove. The quota of the former help the local post advertise this the price paid for these excellent hundred, traveling in ailtos reached best one in Hoyle County, consider Is $925.00 nnd of the latter $1500.00 meeting and be present, on Sunday farms, but thin we are unable to our city about 1:30 o'clock, being ing the acreage. Rev. C. B. Holder assisted by some evening May 30th. nt the School give, but feel safe in saying It was about 30 minutes liter thnn their It will be serious loss to Garrard of his good members, is making an Auditorium nt 8 P. M. above the $360.00 mark, if not near schedule. They went nt once to the County in giving up these splendid active campaign at both these places It is the desire that all Kx. Ser- $400.00. None of the parties to the Kengarlan where lunch was prepar- people, but they will be quite nn ns and the members arc responding nicevice men meet nt the Court House deal would give any figures, but frem ed in anticipation of their coming, at set to noyle and ndd much to the ly. Definite reports from the other in Lancaster. Ky on this date and the price ef some recent farms that which time they were most cordially citizenry of that county. congregations have not been receivby our local townsman. Mr. march to the Auditorium in n body, have been sold that practically joins welcomed ed as we go to press; but while the seats will be reserved for them. these, the above figure are not far Joe S. Hnsrlden, in n nent little ' campaign is possibly not as well adspeech, and of course incidentally They will also have an ornament for wrong. vanced in the remaining congega-tion- s all Kx Sen ice men la wear. Mr. Ilnmilten gets possession of tobl them of that famous health re ns in tho ones named, and The Derby sort. Crab Orchard Springs, of which them January 1st, li21, and it is while consequently the work may Sale. to be taped that none of the Rankin he is the general munager. He told Real Quite a number from Lancaster not be fully completed by May 10th, them of the needs for better rail- saw Paul Jones win the 40th, Ken it is hoped that every congregation Man, family will leave Garrard ns they road Swinebroad, the Kent Estate to and from Lexington tucky Derby service will reach its full quota. at Louisville last Satur nob! for John D. Rich, 17 S acres of have all been tried and proven to be and handed them n schedule, which located on ameng the best citizens of the county he nnd John Parra iuul already map day, in the presence tf n crowd cs land with improvement, timated by man'y t6 have been six WILSON'S ILLS the Fall Lick pike, to II. I). Lee for ped out, that caught the eye and ear ty thousand. Tnc track was slow Antioch. 18,000 00. Possession January 1st. of the entire party, nnd the promise and the time made was in 2:09. CAUSE DOUBT Rev. K. H. Ileurland of the from Hon. Frank Jones, president which was considircd good consider Lodge Inspection ter Christian church will preach nt of the Chamber of Commerce of Lex ing the track conditions. Two dol Democratic The local chapter of the Masonic Antioch next Sunday afternoon at ington to take the matter up at an lar bets paid $34.40, but there were LEGION three o'clock. The members of that early meeting nnd give every aid Inst Monday was inspected Order not many from here who held the in As to Real The American Legion of Post evening by Mr. H. Dunigan, of Dan- congregation are cordially invited to possible, to see that the trnin ser winning tickets, t'hc best field ever hear him. vice, which "Lexington needs nnd entered in this famous classic ville, four candidates taking the Roy-of start Heidal Sanford No. 30, Lancaster, Lancaster want," becomes n reality. ed nnd there were Ky., wishes that nil men who served Arch degree on this evening. seventeen. On account of the rain the crowd their country from this County would Health. The work was well executed and Colored School Closes. was taken to the court house, where be a member of this Post, show your brought favorable comment from Mr. Opera some delightful music was given by White A large crowd filled the Is friends that you served them and PUBLIC SOON TO KNOW. Dunigan, who also found the Chan House last night, to witness the com the Rand of State University, after that you are a 100 per cent American WASHINGTON, Speculation ter in a flourishing condition. is in of Lancaster which talks were made by Harry inencement exercise by belonging to the Legion. While increasing in Washington regarding Colored High school. Giovannoti, editor of the Lexington The Boyle county grand jury has your friends stayed at home in ab- the actual condition of President Sells. Gulley There were eleven graduates, nil Leader nnd Hon. Wood G. Dunlan, solute safety, you acted as a man taking part in a musical program one of Lexington's City Commission- returned nn indictment against Keith and fought for your Country. Re Wilson's henlth as the time approach The Robert Gulley farm recently Phillips, white boy, on es when he must either demonstrate ers. bought by J. I. Hamilton, and lying each acquiting himself with credit. tho charge that he alone abducted member ONLY MEN WHO HAVE that he can keep his place as leader This school has prospered under lloth of these gentlemen former and beat on the lluckeye pike sold at public William Trimble. RECEIVED AN HONORABLE DIS of the Democratic party or relinquish auction last Saturday and was quite the leadership of Prof. J. J. Green ly lived in Lancaster, Mr. Giovan-no- li ARE ELIGIBLE. NO it. The Trimble lad, who appeared CHARGE at one time, "about 37 years before the jury was somewhat con SLACKERS. OR DRAFT EVADERS, a success. This farm was sold In and efforts are being made to retain The idea that he may be n fhird- him for another year. ago" he was a "devil" In the office fused and could offer little definite six tract and was purchased by the W. W. .. are NOT ELIGIBLE. term candidate is laughed at by tome following parties. Messrs Dan Kay, of Central Record. He has made information. He still held, however, Remember the American Legion Democratic leaders, but the possibilOn His rapid strides since he left his adopt that a negro was along with Phillips will meet in Lancaster, Thursday Milo Simpson, Noah Marsee, Jim ity that he may take a hand in the Locker, Charlie Doolln and Flute If Tom Slaughter thinks he can ed home and today stands at the top in the nttack. It is believed that night. May 27th., at the Police campaign to the extent of designating Turner. Court Room at 7:30 P. M. Come a favorite candidate is considered so pull off a robbery' In he and edits one of the best papers in Phillips is of unsound mind. Mr. Ray got the home place con will get badly "No indictments were returned and enroll ns a member. strong that it admittedly is holding left for with Stanley Kentucky. Hon. Wood G. Dunlsp talked for against tainin only 31 acres for which he Herron on the job a he has been Memorial Services will be held U back Democratic aspirants. any members of the mob that paid $400.00 an ace. The whole for months, keeping an eagle eye on ten minutes and at times during his attempted to seize Lucian Jenkins, the School Auditorium, Sunday evenThe President's exact condition, of f arm contained 175 acres and sold all strangers, it would be a difficult remarks was overcome with emotion, the negro suspect, as no evidence was ing, in Lancaster, Ky May 30th. at course, is unknown except to Dr. at an average of $300.00 on acre. job for him to escape Stanley and whllo speaking of his early days obtained implicating anyone posi 8 P. M. All Ex. Service men asked Grayson and members of his immedi spent here where he was born about lively in the his automatic shotgun, loaded with movement. Jenkins will to meet at the Court House in Lan ate household. The fact that no bul sixty year ago. at the old Dunlap be released form tho Lexington jail. caster Sunday evening, May 30, and Sells ball that kills for miles. letins are issued nnd all attaches have inarch to tho Auditorium in a body. adopted a policy of saying nothing Stanley Is making an ideal deputy home where now standi the LancasHon. James I Hamilton, one of ter Graded nnd High school. LETS MAKE THE AMERICAN keeps the ground fertile for crops of the leading1 attorneys nt the Lancnt marshal and he' liable to "get you That prince of good fellows, LEGION THE STRONGEST OR rumors that come up over night like ter bar, Is a wheel hone not only as if you don't watch out." Frank P. Jones, was master of cereOn Friday, May 8th., ns day be GANIZATION IN THE COUNTY. mushrooms. a lawyer, politician and financier, monies nnd was up and nt It all the gan to show-- its rays of light, the Members of the Cabinet have seen He is now but as an agriculturist. Big Lot time. All in all it was n delightful Angel of Denth hovered ita'icy winps the President several times and testi the largest land owner In Garrard Kverybody Is talking about the big occnAon and we wish they could over the home of Mrs. P. T. Pence fy that his old mental alertness Is the County and among the largest tobac lot sale that will be pulled off in tan- - come oftcntr. nnd claimed her husband, Mr. P. T same as ever. It is understood, howco grower of Central Kentucky, caster next Wednesday morning begin Peace. Mr. Peace wns born in Bed To The Citizens of Lan ever, that he already is seated at his Some weeki ago he bought the C. M nlng promptly nt 10: A. M. Loti County but for the past forty years Money place at the table when Cabinet memDean farm at Camp Dick Kobinson Ky. he had made his home near Cab ber begin entering the room. containing 1(10 acres. He paid $330 of this character are as scarce as hen teeth in Lancaster nnd arc very Mr. Joe J. Walker informs us the Orchard. In early life he married The public has scert Wilson repeatan acre for the place and sold it this much in demand. "Dickerson Court" Jury money is ready for those who to Miss Mary Hay of that place, wh Honorable Mayor, City Council nnd edly in hi motor rides since the week to Mr. Gulley, of the lluckeye is where the sale will be conducted served during the March term of the Is left to mourn his loss togetnei People of Lancaster, Ky: weather became moderate. Fleeting section, nt $305 per ncre, probably nnd about forty nice building lotr Circuit Court. Whereas, the franchise now held by glimpses of him as he with four sons children, three sont. rides past in farming have the hihest price strictly been staked off forming n beauJoe, George and Hubert and on- - us is void by renson of being in con his open touring car seem to indicate land has ever sold for in Garrard, filet with the State Constitution, and tiful court. Read the advertisement, daughter, Mr. N'ute Wallace of Coin. that he looks better than when he Mr, Hamilton stitl has in his pos come to the sa e and pick up a Whereas, we have no franchise for first came out of absolute ulso two sisters. Mrs. I. H. Plattncr seclusion. session fully a thousand acre of the bargain. lrglc Worrel was brought of Mo. nnd Mr. C. J. Hall of Mo operating our plant in the City of Miss Dont wait until the "other Delay in the President's seeing Sir fertile soil. Farmers Home Journal, fellow" gets his yes- - nnd three brother. Mr. A. T. Peace Lancaster, Ky., because the same Is nnd then have to pay uciore the county Judge btnpp Auckland Geddes, the new British him a profit. Get in on the ground tcrday ndjudged of unsound mind, of Williamsburg, Mr. Fate Peace vf void as uforesaid, the City Council of Ambassador, after it had been exBuys Danville fcne was taken immediately to Lake-- . Grand Pass. Mo. mid Mr. J. S. PeJcc the City of Lancaster, Ky., nnd the floor. pected he would be given an early lnn,L Messrs. James Smith and Clay all of whom we exten I public generally are hereby notified audience, is causing comment and i of Lancaster, KuulTmun, of Lancaster, who have Quiet our deepest sympathy in their deep that we will on August 1st, 1020, or new suggestions in Washington. ns soon thereafter as practical, move recently purchased the WcbstCr pro hour of sorrow. While in the White House the Last Monday was a quite court day perty on Maple Avenue, which has a death was due to tuberculosis all our poles and clcctricnl equipment President remains practically all the ,, that lovinK handt The church at Level Green has am frontage of -- 01 feet on Maple, will at Stanford, many of the farmers coM Jo from the streets of the city of Lnn time In that part which is the "hc.ne" having more business at home than Armenian nn" was done but to no avail. He bare caster, Ky. shortly open up a new part or in the study, nnd his amuse This notice is given as a legal no which they claim will be the most in this little city nnd ns a result little Syrian Relief fund and have sent the hli ,uffering without n murmur, and business was done in the trading contribution to Mr. A. D. Joseph a.ved for no one to be troubled tlce, as we understand that reason ment still consist, it is understood, of attractive yet opened up In Danoccasional motion pictures. But he , ville. They will open nn inviting line. Cuttle was in some demand who is the chairman of this Impor-- about him Mn. Ul0 word, he ,cft able notice must be given before we and practically sold nt prices rang tant committee' work. Garrard Is bellinj be woriU of comfort nnJ can remove said property nnd dis- sees his secretary, Joseph P. Tumulty, court into this division and there frequently now, and is said to be ing from 10 to 11 cents. far behind with her quota for thl.(rMt niiuri.d he is nt peace for when continue said plant. will be about eighty lots they will keeping in close touch with political 11. Price bought 10 work, and those who have not sub-jh- v Kdgar and N. e are willing to do anything we developments. dea,h w then oifer for sale. They expect to neart ho nik. , ,i realtetl .. f- with the city in sett,t i,.. can to have this property ready to otter with head of nice yearlings from Ike Shel crlbel should send In the contribu-If President Wilson is to plunge in a pound. They tions nt once. was not alone, God would be witn curing a franchise for the purpose of to the political campaign, it must be In the next few weeks. Watch for by for 11 cent weighed about 700 pounds. In turn furnishing electric light and power to apparently within him all the way. He was a true announcement in the Advocate for a month or six the citizens of the city, but we can weeks from now, so that period full particulars. Danville Is the best Price brother resold them to Mr. ARE YOUR WORK STOCK SKIN. member of the Beth Church. is ex After the funeral services at th) not continue it further without town on earth to sell lot in, as there Shelby to bo taken In October, for pected to clear up many of the doubts MED UP ten cent a pound. Just at a glance equipment, and and rumors that have additional is no place that is ao sorely need of Church he was laid to rest peacefulccntured If they're not riven attention they ly beneath a beautiful mound offlow-er- s this we can not do at the present around the White House since more house. The property lays well this does'nt look like good business, the soiling for less than they cost, but will be unfit for use. Get a bottle rate and without a legal franchise President returned, HI, to await the coming of a brightand should nnd will be readily takfrom hi 300 pounds should be put of FARIUS' H KALIS' G REMEDY, er day. at least protecting u In our right. Mary Ellen Peace. en up by the bidder. speaking tour last September. on them thus realizing the owner make it according to directions. It Done this April 26th, 1020. Danville Advocate. a good price for the grating. Logan will heal these falls and every kind Spend, but spend wisely. Get a Respectfully submitted, Attend th II ig Auction Lot Sale at Just received car of lime. Hubble sold a dandy walking mare of sorei and you can work the horse dollar's worth when you spend a UASTIN BROTHERS, Lancaster, Wednesday, May 19th. Bastin Lumber Co. By II. V, Baitin. to Winchester parties for $330 oo. every day. W. A. DICKERSON. Brass Band will furnish music. tf for their country, In the great war. These services will he held nt the School Auditorium In Uncaiter. hy nt H I' M. nnd everyone s cordially Invited to attend. The American Legion of this coun ty U growing by leap nnd houndi and It itnndi for the Kx. Service man and every Kx. Service man should ahow that he fought to make the world afe for democracy by being a member anil hacking the great work that this the American Legion in do COL. DAN MORGAN CHRISTIAN TOURISTS SERVICES J. I. Hamilton Buys The BOYLE FARM CHURCH DRIVE SMITH Spend Two Hours In Deal Made Yesterday Local Disciples to Reach Sunday Evening May Cream of Lower To Speak At Presby Quota Next Sunday. Lancaster 30th. School AudiGarrard. For Col. R. G. Evans terian Church Next Incomplete reports from over the torium. Farm One of the blgrest Innd deals that Meeting State Indicate that the financial Thursday Evenwas ever pulled off In Gnrrard county drive of the Disciples World MoveOn Sunday evening Mny 30th nt or we might say in any county ad A deal wns closed in Danville yesProves Quite A Treat ment is making fine progress. In Legion of Post ing M. the American 8 terday afternoon by which Messrs. joining, was consumed last Friday several places congregations subscribHedlat Snnford No. .16 will hold mem morning when Mr James I. Hamilton Robert, D F. nnd Charles Rankin For All. ed their full quota's last Sunday. orial service (or the onen who died Cot. R. Get-to-ge- ther MEMORIAL RANKIN'S BUY to him, n deal, transfering i, 177 ncres of the cream of lower doted Gar-ran- "Good-fellowship- come into possession of the G. Kvnns farm In Hoyle County, lo cntcd on the Perryville pike am: known as Col. Kvnns' Salt River farm, containing 810 ncres and sal to be one of the best farms In tha county. This deal has been on foot for several weeks, in fact ncgoti PAUL JONES Winner Estate At n Under the auspices of the League and the State League, Col. Dan Morgan Smith, will speak to the citizens of Lnncnster and Gar rard county, at the Presbyterian church, Thursday evening, May 20th, hi subject being "The World's War anil the Fields of France." Col. Smith commanded the famous "Battalion of Death" in the battle of At. Mihiel with 1,200 men nnd can-nut with only 327. The name wig given, not because the Huns killed so many of his men, but becauto his men killed so many of the Huns. In speaking of the address hu is to give here, he said: "In thi address 1 shall tell of the wnr ns I saw It in the St. Mihiel Drive; going over the top nt Fayc the advance on Vilcey; the the taking of Hill 350.4; Les Quatre Chcmins (where my battalion was surrounded by Germans nnd cut off from regiment, and where we held off three regiments of the enemy.) (This is where the batnllioin won the name of THE BATTALION OF DEATH;) of the fighting ot Les Huit Chemins, Vieville, Verdun and the Argenne Forest. I shall try to make my nudience see life ns it was in the trenches, on the march, on the advance nnd on the bat tlefield. I shnll tell them of fighting d in the woods, conflict, and of the brave things the officers and men of my commnnd did. In brief, I shall try to take them with me over all those wonderful, horrible victorious days" Anti-Saloohand-to-han- JOIN THE Leaders are al Dark State President's Youth Alone Indicted Kidnaping. Farm Job Fine Farm. Peace. Sale NOTICE Jury Ready caster, Adjudged Insane Property Court at Stanford Liberal Donation r, ,..; ,. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 13, 1920. ERNST ENTERS SENATE RACE A NAME REDEEMED By VICTOR REDCLIFFE. ICorrrteM. X I t"4 (TT)i7WWWwVwU DAVID'S HOUR By JACK LAWTON. f sunlight daMleil, blinded, confiicl, Tho discharged looked dmvn Ardent Supporter of Movement nt the client), hut convictmid neat sn't new they hnd given hltn, then nt two unTo Wipe Out Illiteracy opened letters In his hand. A very unexpected nnd unusual circumstance It I hardly necessary to Introduce hnd greeted Mm ns the w anion sent Ttlchars I'. Bmit, whose cnndislacy bill forth n free man. for (tie United States Senate has Just "Here are two letters," the otllelnl been announced, to the average Km falsi. "One came n ycer nco, the oilitucklan. er within the present month.' In Inith Ill name has appeared throughout ItiKtnnce they were Inclosurc, with the Mate In connection with charitable notes requesting they be delivered to movements, war campaigns, church you only upon the day you were given and missionary work and drives to aid jour liberty." the school! ond school teacher, esps-doIrving nisloc now turned these over In the mountain districts. and over In his hnnd. thoughtful, remIll charitable work, aggressiveness iniscent, ns he wnlkrsl slowly along the and prngrcsslvcnesft In civic move-mcn-tt path leading from the penttrntlnry to find personal popularity nave the street where the trolley cars ran. mnde htm one of the most generally Here there wns n bench for waiting admired men In Northern Kentucky. passenger, ife snt down nnd opened Ills extensive work In the Interests the smaller of the two envelopes. Ills of his state and Its people began Im- face wns expsctniitj rnther than hopemediately upon Mr. Knit's craduntlon ful. It contn!ncd two lines nnd n sigfrom tho famous Old Centre College, nature, "Allele." It rend: Danville, where he whs valedictorian "When you have fully redeemed nnd of his class. established yourself, write to me." Admitted to Bar. Ills bosom heaved and his eyes lie. was admitted to the bar In Ken- dimmed with tears a he rend nnd ton comity nftcr examination by Senthe brief screed. It wns some ator John W. Stevenson and Judge time before he opened tho second letWilliam It. Arthur and since lias prac- ter. Its handwriting wns totally unfaticed law In Covington ami Cincinnati miliar to him. It Inclosed n $100 bill, with tlio same aggressiveness nnd and' he stnnil at this In wonderment. that have featured every move- It began, "My husband." nnd his be ment worth while Into which he has wlldermcnt Increased ns It continued: directed his efforts. "Poor ns I nnd the three little on- Glancing, over the lone list of his are. wo spare the menus of starting activities one can see that he contin- you In life anew. For their sake you ually has enlisted himself In move- will not come home unless time nnd ments In which he could accomplish Isolation nnd a realization of what best results for the people. your temptation has brought you have As trustee and a member of the Ex- combined to make you worthy of their ecutive Committee of Old Centre Col- love nnd respect. I shall nlways re lege, Kentucky State University at spect yon. despite your desertion, but Lexington, and of I'ikevllle College, the present toll and deprivation would his excellent advice and assistance In be welcome rather than that you matters of Importance have been ex- should come back as you wen a drug tremely benetlclnl to the students. maniac." Wars On Illiteracy. Of courw. Dlsloe comprehended that Itecently he tins taken n deep Inter-- 1 tho letter nnd Its lncloure had never mennt for hltn. There were two est In the campaign teachers ore wag-- 1 lng for Increased salaries and has Irving Dlsloe In the world, nnd In been taking active steps to secure bet-- 1 some way the deserted wife had tor pay both for tho teachers of the ' learned, probably from some strny state and for the professor In our col- press Item, that Irving Dlsloe was n leges and universities. The mountain convict. If It had ever been n worthy schools especially appeal to him and . name, two bearing tho same had de- I he has been an ardent supporter of graded It. The man Just released from the movement to wipe out Illiteracy prison bowed hi head In shame ns he nnd to offer residents of the raountati , considered this. district! better facilities for education; He Poult! Inter scarcely retrace the Mr. Ernst's continuous help has ' mental or spiritual urging, or both com been received by the churches of the bined, that Induced him to pursue a state, regardless of denomination. lie direct course which led him to Cllvl-sleIs an elder nnd succeeded his father hundreds of miles nwny, whencs as. Miperlntendent of the Sunday-- f tho letter signed ".Marlon Dlsloe" hnd j school, their term of service cover- - been sent. As to that other Adele. lng a period of nearly SO years. lie heart of hope wns his only. If he pur has been looking after educational and sued the straight path time must provo missionary work In the mountulns, as his sincerity. There wns something chairman of the State Committee of that npix-aleto him pathetically in lUs church, and has succeeded In more the lines from the deserted wife. He doubling the amount heretofore had than her money. It must be returned. Klven for this purpose. She probably longed for her husband, And his work does not end there. sad wreck and ruin thnt ho had been. Ho Is president of the Covington Y. Yes, he would seek her out, return the M. C. A. and a member of the Nationmoney, tell his story and stnrt out to al War Council. As head of the Y. find, to redeem the husband who, like M. C A. he has been mainly Instru- himself, hnd fallen by the wayside. mental In erecting one of the most I would bu a noble workr, and the complete and modern buildings to be Ah It Inspiration of It elevated Ids soul. found. Hut there was no Marlon Dlsloe to Son In Aetlvt Srvlct. see nt Cllvlden. She had died n few He was active In every form of war months previous. Nor was that other work and gave continuously of !s Irving Dlsloe to be sou lit for. Word time, labor and money, whenever liad come of his death In a public Incalled upon. His only son was serv- stitution n few weeks before. And tho ing at the front In France, as n capchildren were Inmates of an tain In the regular army, when the three little orphan asylum. armistice was signed. He find enFrom Cllvlden Irving Dlsloe, convict, tered the army as n private during the dltappearcs! for a half year. At the Mexican trouble und Inter passed his looking time be examinations at Washington, winning end of that and with returned, ' the confidence of u second lieutenancy. Mr. Ernst's prosperous n man rooted to the solid rock of InJohn 1. Danmll. of asan a private und tegrity In his face. He offered to volunteered sume penusinent charge of the three alto was In active service at the front. gave his Ills wide atid extensive business and little children, nnd when he chnrge name a Irving Dlsloe those In professional exerlences, as counsellor and advisor to many large financial of the Institution supposed lilin to be a and manufacturing concern, ban been relative of the dead man, and he did of unlimited value to his state and not undeceive them. It was two years to n day that Irvcommunity, as he has been called uon ing DWoe, convict, had merged In a many times to give advice when mutnew identity. How well he had held ters of big moment were being to rectltudo ami to his secret pledge Mr. Ernst's record of service III tho j to be worthy of Adele WnrfVn. his record In a new career might tell without Ilepubllcaii party b a long one. a flaw. He wn a thousand miles disGood Republican Record. tant from his new home, from the Ileglnnlng as Councilman In Coving- - three little children whom he had reston, tie wits kept In otllce by member I cued from neglect nnd loneliness and of both parties until be InsUteil ou re- -, placvd In the comfortable little homo tiring. For tunny years lie was on the he had tctnornrlly left. Irving DlsState Central Committee and for four loe itood In the presence of Adele Waryears fcrvs'd u Its chairman. He has j ren now, relating the story of those reprcioented IiIn district u number of two golden year. She who had altimes at National Contentions and nlM ways loved hltn wrfs In tears as the has been one of the "Hlg Four" from narrative of struggle, Iiojki and faith his state. It wns he, who, while state fell from his lips. chulnnen, established state hradquar- "It has been so lonely since mothklncu roiitliiuoutly er died t" the tubbed, and let his arm tors ut mutntulned by the party. He also has enfold her ns sum seeking the shadow beenu liberal financial supporter of the of a great rock In a thirsty land. ixirty during ull three year und oue She was a bride that same day. and of Us wist-- counsellor. a happy one, but all her eagerness of Mr. Emit' father was William soul went forth to Join, to nurture, to Ernst, a bunker at lexlngtoti, subselove the little browl In the sweet quently Covington. Ills mother was home where they called Sarah A. Ituller, a Jessamine county him "papa," and where all the girl. n life seeined to have fallen to her It was through Mr. Ernst's Instru as they clustered to her tiubrace, mentality that the Covington Indusbright Jewels In her crown of womantrial Club was developed and through hood while life should laiu Ills effort that the campaign to erect a uacnlflcent headquarters for this reStoring Facilities. sucmarkable civic orjaiUiatton "Drown has let of good Ideas." "Ob, cessful. .Advertisement. yea; he's got uu txctlltut memory." lly kuc-ce- ss bs-e- n n, son-in-laFlem-Ingsbur- CANDIDATE NOTED FOR gMc of the Tho great EXTENSIVE CHARITY WORK prison opened nnd shut nnd the solitary figure shut out stood like n mt-nwnlanded Into n new world. There EDUCATOR AND "YV LEADER hnd been two years of gloom, shadow, darkness. The unaccustomed brilliant Iti. W.iurn .N.it;r I mun Our Store is For h V A k.iHbs. III. Wmi.iss 1 Your Benefit. Are You Getting What is Coming To You? WAGONS- I ( S j CEMENT We have the best 6LD HICKORY, WEBER, BIRDSELL. Portland Cement. Standard Track. Save 20 per cent on the price of a LIME wagon by buying now. The manufacHyd rated Lime is turer's price has gone up, but we are still very best fertilizer the as selling them at the old price, but our price must go up in a short time. Prompt- well as soil builder. We have it in stock ness will save you money. 2 4 Inch Complete $140.00. 3 Inch - Complete $145.00. 3--- David at before the fireplace In the nt hl coxy rixmi and liks-- l carm-Mlold friend, 1hs rsioin was llnstl with bosAs ; nnd a desk Moos! In th center ; half curtain wersi at ths' window,! where rutTled curtains had tweti, and a doctors lKi with Kilt Uttering huixj Pavld hnd !ns his best .i nbsue turn his mother" sitting room Into n The obi doctor's csmulllng sillies'. friend looked back nt Pavld. and wns In hi fan: -r "It's tousb." In mild, after nit idatmsil for this, Uty. to jotisi Your mother have It full throtiEh. "hnd iih Uil to sit ami talk of thr x time when jimM come back from nnd liac tbs- - wbols-- town cnlllns joti fir their lck. VouM a mails' n no iusMlti POshI doctor, too; there' slxmt It. Itetter'n lbs- - blB ono that's lis'' had lions' coins- - out of tin city, of ths' Mrucslcs you'i hail to Hnd hi I'lacr. "Ill slad I ons of the Me In tin rlty. Thotuht It would Ik n " on hl stun food thins to Mart til fii t, m hs hoitctit him tin Cnllum Idacf nnd Rot him smtabllhsil. U urc did nestl a doctor. Old IoC Well slrij'lnc off udds'n. this new ons l Mft Into hi Huc ths' (dac that sjhi-jmlli- y tin-jsuctd-Uf.-l- K.iir JUaUai fcitoiild n u wsltliiz for )oil, now. Only 60 cents per Bag. VULCAN PLOWS. No. 10 Hillside... $16. No. 12 Bottom $1S. SHOE REPAIRING. to us and we will put them in first class condi- Send your old shoes tion. We guarantee our work to be satisfactory. RUGS. GALVANIZED ROOFING. "Time and tide wait for no man," and this is true of prices at the present time, as they keep on moving. Our present price on the best Galvanized roofing is $9.00 PER SQUARE. but what it will be next week is hard to say. Be an "Early Bird" and get what you want at once. I KARO SYRUP. Red Karo, per gal. 90c. Spring is here and after the annual White Karo, per gal 95c g you will need a new rug Use KARO instead of Sugar. or two to brighten your rooms. We have lots of 'em and at reasonCORN DRILLS. able prices. Get a good corn drill See us for your Lineloum so you can get your Work done sooner. house-cleanin- BARGAINS IN USED CARS. We have several used cars in our Garage which we are offering at a bargain. These Cars have been overhauled and are in good condition. Cars are in great demand so hurry if you want one of these cars. HOOSIER CABINETS Get your wife a Kitchen Cabinet and see how much quicker and easier she can do her-wor- l k. Life will be brighter if she has a YlOOSIER. MAJESTIC RANGES. GASOLINE ENGINES. Get a Majestic Range Get a Fairbanks-Mors- e Engine for and reduce your coal; your farm. It will run all your machin-billery and save you a lot of hard work. ' s. FURNITURE FURNITURE! Our Stock of Furniture is a large one and the prices are reasonable. ' We are sure we can please you, if you. will give us the opportunity. liSEM j , t lllWil .. ty taks to Kveryont' I'avld. a Ink? ItreiYtoii rtcht off. Slajbs' It hi fins that Imtwwsl "etn, or In cup and tucker that o('n th door nt his lwue. Anyway, I'm urs theri's iwthlns for jou heif now. on. an you'd Mtcr hunt anHent this hou' and other stand. stnrt out for no'rther town. WVll ml jou, but I'm tsdlliiE ysni Jint how thine art" " lnlileil Rntvely. Thank," he rejdlesl. "hut I pile I'll Mick; Doctor llreretmi may taks all the nt-ulpatient. I can see how our families would widesmir n rlty practitioner. Itut there mutt be others who csmld um nio; lbs' biuer town folks per-hathe brldce. sir thoe ncro "IjiiiiI alive Ixiy!" tho stld man "how's! you eipsxt to tnakr a Utlnx off thos folks! Moit of 'sin's on charity now." "I alwny hats? roanateil to lire some way," Iavlil wild lowy. "You havi', !ald." Pan warmly . acrs-sil"and acnlntt all odds you're rs'aehsil your choen Roal." Ths old man pauiol. "Helen Carson ride out n ro.iI deal with Doc Hre- rrton," hi- - raid brusquely, "soma folk think It' coins to be a match. Kun would suit her father down to thi rtoshmI; yon know how Carson U no one rotind erer was Rood cootie h for hi daiishter." "V oo. you tnean.t' David corrrct-- j nl, "Uu! taoney mouth. In his opinion, to be llclblo a a hutband for hi daittftilrr " Tfcat's It." Pan ald. "and the Ctrl enres so utiich for her fool father that heM iwTcr croM him. Well, Rood nlRht Patld, I'm sorry you haven't a better welcomi'." Pntld to stick nnd do what he could. He met Nell nejt day. She wn isrlTltuR with the capable and conn-din- t llreretnn, ami after her little f Rer cry Nell bad In a uhltperi's! wsrd akeil to Ik nllows-- to nn-nU hlfn. He wn fortunate In meeting the Ctrl after that, down by the brldce now white with the now of winter, or In the uod rosd perhap. with ever-cre--n on eliber side. And Xell il to hltn thnt llnl llrsretun want-si- l hex for hi wife, nnd that b- - father wnntesl It too. "And von care for him. NVlir he tnanncett to nk. Tlie clrl recanlesl him otilrtly. "rertnlnly not. Pavld." lm abl; "I shall never marry Hal Itrrreton." Pnvld' henrt anc a be wnlknl home alone From slsxpnlrlnc. wnlllnc hour of ldlene, the telephone rollsil hltn. He was wsntnl nt lllllrr.-- t. "I'll corns- - nt ones'," he rifpondsil. nnd tnrtsil unbsllelncly. Illllrrs-i- t wa the new iloctor's assured province. The phone cnllsl ncnln n Pavld drew on hi coat thi'ii tl1 ncnln I He wa to be very buy, be told himself Jubilantly. Then came the s'xpliinntlon. Old Pan cave It over the wire, 'The epidemic ha caught Doctor llri'rrtnn." he Kald. "Hs-'- s h slrk man. and Id patients are nil scnrs-s- l to death becaime there Isn't another doc tor within two miles, and not one would venture out on theo rnd In thl hllxtiird nnd wenther. J to It. Davy; cure 'em all up. and mnko your Iabl lis-r- e con-fes- reputation." WELCHS DEPT. STORE. KENTUCKY'S GREATEST COUNTRY STORE. Use the 'Phone and "Save the Difference" BEREA, Joyf xr-tto- KENTUCKY. u evurtly what Pavld did. ho attended evsry l. thankful fur the cxpcrli'iiro which had clven hi in In this dri'niliil sIIm-oIlls skill was soon Pavld hnd iirrhsd. Carson, the was tho latest to succumb. Ar.i! he wns obllcesl to call Pavld. There was no other way. Doctor llreretmi had cone fii tho city to convalesce. He hnd ndmlttesl to David that he Intended to reinnln there. "Won't bu room for two of us now In that small burs," be had snld. And as Pnvld lent over the sick man, to the creot Carvon came the realization of his own helpli-nei- , nnd n strance, new conndeiice In another's itoner. "You'll pull mo throuchl- - he bcccvtl feebly. "I will." PavM forcefully repllesl. And ho did. Ilut as be stood thefe, with Cnrson'a trustful hnud clainlnc his. and with Nell' thltiluc eyes ut,on him that was David's hour. rarlely Ix-e- And thnt I sick-bes- The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.,xThuriday May 3, 1920 1 Th Victim's Pelt For otir part, wlienever we s woman with fl.Ott) worth of fur on ww wander who her husband skinned, Dallas News. Or Belong tf a Union, liven women who do not work for llTlnz have a natural yearning to make a striking appearance. Cartoons Magazine. Intelligent Ape. At the foot of Mount Kowang. In North Manchuria there live strange animal called Tlieyare larger than ordlnnry ape nnd dig spacious rmertis !n the rocky sides of th hill. During th spring and summer they store up sufficient food for the winter. Tunis Agrlcul'ursl State. rrseprr of Tunis hnvlni It northern nr Jled'terrnnenn limit In the same latitudinal pn'ttni as the state of Nort t'amllnn and. like North Carolina, supportlni: mi estlmatinl population or 2 ivio urn on an area of w tare miles. Is esientlal-l- y about an ngrlnittitret rtmntry. tlerlvtn;t It wealth from fsrm and mine. The Advantage. onHoary kuslaes of life. Industry ran do anything which genius ran do, pnd very many things which It cannot.' lumber. In th cannot stay nt home; a woman cannot keep It ut and a mother Is always spending It, giving It away to her eh'Mrvn Macleod. Industry good la In the encouragement be gets from reading the literature wrapcd around It. a Medlilnt In Llttrature. Jud Tunkln say that half (he bottle ci mollctno does him Tve Mothtr. hcrlf; Mending China, nroken china after mending should be allowed to "set" In a Ikix of saw- Pots Used to Swtll Sound. The ancient flrcek. to secure resonance without the n of woodwork, placed under Ihe smt of their theater earthen pot, with the mouthi turned tnwnnt the stage, the vibrating mas nf nlr In these serving to the "ttind dust. Place In any desired position and Its onn weight will hold the piece steady until the cement hardens. Vaccination's Power. According to n recent report Is rapidly dying nut. Vet there Is nothing like vaccination to bring n fellow up to the scratch. Kichnnge. Redeemed Early Fa lure. Thnmn Chamber, the rotcd missionary and preacher, nn ilie despair Another of hi school teacher Harrow, was so preacher. stow nnd iiinrrelo;nt- that he was counted a dlsirroc- - m the school. LESS FARM ANIMALS IN 1919 Inttrtitlng Let us show you the improved OLIVER and JOHN DEERE CULTIVATORS, the two that will do good work on hill-siland. We have them in both four and six shovel. de to Not That Mulss anc" Milch Cowl Show Slight Increase In Number. Goodloe & Walker Bros. JOIN THE AMERICAN LEGION. f THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE Must Be Remembered. ' We Have i?The Sline of GIFTS That Will Please Her. I ft. MoRoberts Drug Store Mllkwtcd. cent. The milkweed, a plant that ha The estimated number of anltnali on much longer name than that, but one farm and range January 1 nru which would not be nearly as attrachorse. lWn mule, 23.. tive for tis to ns Is especially 747.dll") rallrh cows. 4UVi,li"0 other In America In the autumn cattle. 4S.013.() sheep, onil 72.NKI.O00 when the hx. bnve opened and there In hoc. The total of all animal Is n brisk breeze the wind carries 2ia.7i,(), which I '..MWJ.Ou) head, or their ! far and near. Then the 1" per cent, less than a jcar ngo. downy seel, nre seen Hying like tiny The total value of nil farm animal airship nltno.t even where. In search on January 1 wa atout IM.Ml.fW.OOO, of n homelike growing place, wher which In a shrinkage of j'.iHODO.OW. they mny B!i'.ir In the spring ns tall, or .1 r ct'iit, compared with a year slender ste'W. l nn Interesting oixervatlon nco. It that mule nnd mllrh cow which In Oath In West Africa. The Ilnntu of UVt Africa makea elabot preparations foe. a real soak ") A slight Increase In I lit- - number of mllrti cows ntnl nitile nml a moderate decrease In the numlor of other cat-H- i (raise, steer, bull, nnd cow nut for milk), horse, sheep, nml swine aro the outstanding feature of b survey of live Rtitrk mi farm and ranges of the United States on January 1, is compared with ji'nr ago, mnde by the bureau of crop estimate, tnltcl .State department of agrtculiure. .Mllrh cow have lncrmed about head, or 1.2 per cent: mules Increased 41,onO head or OJS per cent; "other" rattle (a designated above) decreased 7t0,(s; head, or 1.0 per cent: hirwii decreased 373,(0 head, or 1.7 cent; sheep decreased 31,-I- ) head, or 0.fi per cent; and swine decreaseil 1,073,() head, or 2.2 per of thfj church. The organ In Its primitive nnd rude form wn the first Instrument to be Introduced Into church, and for a long time wa the sole In strument to nrcompnny the chant For almost a thousand year rbnnt. without any Instrumental or hnrmontc addition, was the only music used In connection with the liturgy Ore-(cnrt- Muile In Church. Wfl I.r - lr Water on the Brain. fple It w 111 come a a To many n surprise to I en r ii that our brains from Si) to W) cent of water, thr remnlnlng 10 or 20 jnrr cent lelnga mass of white Nnd gray matter, to which scientists hare given various Impressive Incidentally It mimes. might be mentioned that-'th- e aTcrnga weight of a man's brain Is about 49 ounce., and n woman' 4.1 otina1. pr con-tnl- Th well-know- n Hydrogen and Oxygen Oases. Oxygen and hydrogen nre very different gnsei; the former help other substances to burn, but Is not Itself Not Strong on Ablution. Inflammable, while the latter Is InThe Ainu feel that by wahlng hla flammable, but doe not support the face nnd hand on great occasions he combustion of other material. For has paid hi debt to civilization. The this hydrogen en will not et Tibetan consider that the oil of the fire to the oil ns oxygen would do, but body contribute needed wnrmth In lili a l Is nn Inflammable gn It Is very mountain life and to dangerous t haudle und rare should away, but does not refue to wash It object washing be exercised. his face nnd the tip of his fingers once In awhile. Charles Darwin's Boyhood. Doctor llutlrr, the lundmastcr at Surprised Mother. SLrewshury school, hud often to call The missionary society was meeting Chnrle Darwin (the most famous at our and the was naturalist of the nineteenth century) to lead houedevotlonalswoman who elasthe took the to tn.k for Inattention nml laziness tic band from her lllble. laid It on her during his studies. The only thing lap nnd began to turn pages to find thnt seemed to Interest him was the the passage she was the to rend. During collecting of caterpillars, worms, nnd the solemn silence my young son all sort of creeping thing, and the marched over to her ntid, picking up risking of bla own and hi brother's the elastic he "Why, nnnounced: life by dangerous chemical that's my mother garter I Orlt Feeding the Bedridden. Pasteurizing Milk. Administering Ihpild food or mediThe milk In the bottle may fte cine to pernm lying on their baclca plait d in n boiler In which cold water In bed Is dltUcult. even for a trained mmes up to the necks of the bottles. uure. A novel hotpltnl drinking glass The Ixdler Is then placed on the stove overcome this dlltlculty. says Popular and heated until the water reaches a Mechanics Mngar.ine. Th lower porFahren- tion of the ve-I Klniiliir In shape lemtHTature of 14ft desire o nn onllruiry tun.Mer. heit ns determined hv the thermomeOn top of . I ter, where It Is mn:ntiiliied for 30 minprothis Is a tlipering uhli-removed, vided with mi cccii:rU-Nl- l utes. The bottle are then placed, hinting otcnlng. If cooled In running wuter. aud kept more than sealed until the mil'. I ready to serve. lin'f KIIi the device cim be held In nearly horizontal asteurtzatlon kills dleae-causln- g polt!on without germ. Hilling the content he-el- Rsajers for Using Stone. The foret rnnger on Mount Itnlnler have a boiie on top nf the mountains hnllt of stone, w hercn under uual condition It I the rustoru to construct lhee building of uood, The proximity of the tone and the scarcity of wood nnd the dlit'rtiliy of obtaining It from the lower level Is reponlhlt for thl departure by il.'gglng n bole In the ground. In Just Received a Car Load of No. 1 A Good Mule Can Stand Mora Hard Work Than a Horse and Ha Will Consumt Fttd. which he put seven herb, a quantity of lH'pers, cardamom seeds uud bushes, then he pours In a lot of boiling hot water. After he gets In u light frame covered with clay Is put over the hole to keep In the steam. After hour of steaming the bather emerge nml ll washed off with clenn water, then kuended by a profeslotMl for one hour, u In n he dons hi scanty clothing lid go hit way hlverlng with et ' THE FAMOUS R. C. NUNNELLEY FARty OF Li creased In number also Increased In value per hood; iherea all otlur classes of animal decreased In value hood, as well ns In totnl number. Ir 182 ACRES (Subdivided) NOW BELONGING TO H. F. MARTIN AT s RULES FOR LIVE STOCK MEN Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L. Satisfied Purchaser la Best Advertisement and Brtadtr Should Live Up to Guarantees. ZANONE Pretident, Secretary, W A. DOTY Treasurer, Miller. W. G. BURCHETT Here nre ten good rule for live stock breeders. Touched for by the anl- mnl husbandry men at the New Yurie .State College of Agriculture at Itharn: He honest Ctiooto a breed, and stick to It Hrved with the correct type In mind. .Study jicdlgrce for Inherited char acteristic, relntlro merit and value. Keep your herd or Ihxk freo from disease. Develop the young animals ami malntnlnThe breeding nnlmaU through wise feeding nnd management. lloost better live stock la your com muntty. Advertise Judiciously. HxhlMt at the county, state and other live slock shows. llememher that a satisfied purchaser I your bet advertisement. So be prompt lu registering nnd transferring MnlmnU, nnd make good all guarantee . PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE PREMISES Ex-Servi- ce Men, Join the Amerlcau Legion of this Post. Wednesday, May 26 AT TEN A. M. This splendid farm is located right on, the famous Hanging Fork about five miles from Stanford and L& N. Railroads and within stone's throw of the noted Peyton's Well. In the best section of Lincoln County. Every one knows what Hanging Fork land is. No better hemp and tobacco land anywhere. All of this farm in grass except 13 acres to go in tobacco this year. About 30 acres in oats sown to clover and timothy. In the highest state of cultivation, ready to Punch and make big returns. Mr. Martin is now located on a large farm that he owns and is unable to look after both of them. He has instructed us to put this one under the HAMMER for what it will bring. An ABSOLUTE sale. YOU name the price and we merely suggest the terms, etc. Plumbing and Tin Work installing WILLIAMSON FURNACES, sold by Goodloe and Walker Bros, and will be glad to make estimates for heating your home, also all kinds of outTin Work, Roofing and fits. Orders left at Goodloe and Walker Bros, store will have prompt attention. Phone 254. I am Bath-Room BUSINESS OF FEEDING STOCK Frequent Shifts and Changes Require One Shouldr Be Alive to Keep Up With Procession. The business of feeding livestock Is shifting, cbnnglng sort of thing which require that one should be alive If ho Is going to keep up with the pro- cession. If you wish to mako the most profit you must uo economy In pro duction nnd In feeding. If you do this, and profit to tho greatest extent from the experience of your neighbors nnd from the experiment stations, your chantv of success- aro good. c.d. McCarthy Join The American Legion. The Improvements consist of nn clcgnnt two story, seven room residence with halls. veraiuln, two In nre back porches, koihI cellar, tenant hous of four rooms, ctra large 11 aero tobacco barn stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. . Cistern at house, numerous springs, ponds, Hanging Fork, etc. Good fencing. Fine orchard just beginning to bear. This farm is a GEM. It is seldom you have an opportunity to buy a piece of dirt like this with A- -l improvements that today could not be built for $15,000.00, in splendid neighbor hood, etc. Give this place a look before sale day for it will bear closest inspection. The more CARING FOR PREGNANT SOWS you look the more you will bid. An ideal home, safe investment and a money maker. Kemember the day and hour, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2Gth, at 10 A. M. Be on hands Animal Should Not Be Fed So Htav. promptly. TERMS very liberal and made known on day of sale. For full particulars, blue Ily That She la Too Fat to Take prints, etc., see, write or phone Sufficient Cserclie, sjrttl Pregnant sows should not be fed awl heavily that they become too fat or refute to take sufficient eterctse. Tie amount fe! la a Important aa the kind of food supplied. A mature sow STANFORD, should gain as much daring the breed-lii- Col. John B. Dinwiddle und evatatlon bvrlods aa she, nor wally loses during the farrowing Vnd suckling period. On the avert f tkU i: hughes on the block. & Mccarty KENTUCKY. from 00 to SB oaHwJsv. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, May 13 1.920( 3F1BI Have you seen our line of FARMING IMPLEMENTS HARDWARE, "Oh. 1 could not possibly do tbat," rntne the determined answer. With n final, wistful glance out of the window at the wonderful snow- coTrn-t- l world, the stitcher's sigh mingled with the renewed bussing of the vxaiMmtlng machine. Hut It did not There has been an average in buss for long, for she soon threw her crease of 100 per cent in the cost of work naside and Jumped to her feet laugh. with living In this country since December "Tome, now, sla, why not don our you buy See 1911, and the cost of much of the lielovod mow shoe and strike off for material used in the production of a the wodT l.ct us seek some thrillI newspaper has ndvnnrcd as much as ing romance In the cold, open coun200 and .100 per cent. Hut there has try I I Jut know that romnnce I only NOT been an increase of 100 per waiting for u. Perhaps some daring cent In the price of this paper or in hero will he waiting to rescue u from i the cost of anything this office pro- - some wild animal In the heart of the I uuces. .No profltecrng in this shon. woods!" i i . A wulmwf aW T "Romancer Virginia sMike In ill, llA aWVl m &4Js Winnie you. gust, "That word was not meant for us! And who ever Cnrrnnrn need not worry he has imils In our wood? heard of wild anl DC DC Klotse, 1ene be' a legitimate claim upon a place in sensible and let me work." history. He has held the .Mexican "ViTy well, fair sister." i:il Juring the innocent object of these re presidency for more than twenty-fou- r spoke llchtly, "but I mut be ofT for , nin rks. They nrc born in thoughtless hours without being bumped off or I hear the urging rail of the wild." Issued Wa.kly. 91.30 a Year. ncss nnd uttered in n spirit of Idle- kicked out. and she ran happily from the room. Payable ia Advaac. Soon he returned, hcromlncly rind ness, but they carry n sting that lasts, GUNN'S CHAPEL. Most men have a grievance agn'mt In her sort costume, with Minwidioe I If men would confine their remarks J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. to such ns they would approve if one thing or another. Hut some, un- - tucked under her arm, The brlclit red R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. made regarding their ownsistcrs, or able to find anything in particular. nip matched the flushed cheek and Mr. Hownrd Land was In Cincinlaughingly antagonised the brlslft sucn as they would make In the pres. I compromise by making it general. sparkle nati Saturday. In the fair bine eyes. Entered at the Post Office in Lan encc of the father or brother of the I Hence the village grouch, .Mr. Russell Holman sold u"cow to "I am only answering the call of the Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s girl, there would be less vicious rum wild." she laughed oftly, "nnd seek-In- g Mr. Robert Long of Lancaster. Matter. ors and innuendoes circulating from Want something for nothing in my lot romance," nnd the fnsit Mrs. Emma Cornish of .Mercer, lip to lip, and fewer heartaches when these days of nothing for something? door hanged. was a recent guest of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Lueatkr, ly., Maj 13, 1920 Virginia was sorry that she this idle gossip reaches the parties Take a lung full of fresh air and be Then II. M. Kurtz. I happy. had so Inolsiently refused the n concerned. Mr. nnd Mnv John Land were for the hike, for her work The Lord made tongues that they Member Kentucky Press Association Lifc holJ nVn,rrl,,,lr "Wing tiresome, she guests of .Mr. nnd .Mrs. Chas. Isson things besides might be used to good purpose, but and mml work nml Profits, but is too short watched her enthusiastic sister strap of lluckeyc. Eighth District Publishers League. the devil often twists them to his own on her nowhoe and start gracefully for 10tr-- ' people to find them. .Mr. and .Mrs. Jasper Noel snent evil ways. alone, stopping only long enough to And it makes n world of difference wave n bright mlttened hand at her. the week end here with .Mr. and .Mrs. Rait, For Political Announcaraants. when it is Speak gently of others nnd they the other fellow's sister. "I shall go Into the woods," she llobart Tester. will seldom speak harshly of you. For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 thought. .Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp, .Mrs.j 10.00 For County Offices It was not long before the ojn-THE GOOD AND THE BAD. Flora Long of Lancaster were here1 For State and District Offices. .15.00 And the price of sugar today? All highway was passed and the dusky with relatives Sunday, If wc remember the good things of you can get, of course. .10 For Calls, per line woods lay before her. With a deep Mr. and .Mrs. Ed Naylor of Marks-- ' .10 life existence will be the sweeter for sigh of contentment, she passed Into I For Cards, per line us nnd for those around us. For all publications in the inter their majestic quietness. Hut a she bury spent Thursday night with .Mr.) We are too prone to forget the good est of individuals or expreswandered along her Joyful spirits be- and .Mrs. Frank Land. gan to loner nnd her thoughts d and dwell upon the seamy side of individual views, per The series of meetings at the .M. sion of bark to other days. She was K. Church are being well nttended 10 humanity. It diverts our thoughts line thinking of the many happy times and greatly .05 from the uplift nnd plunges us into a Obituaries, per line enjoyed. passed In thesis woods with Tom. gloom that is enhanced by our discon Mr. andx Mrs. Clarence McCulley Some tiny tracks In the snow attent, ami Miss Anna .Mac were guests of FOR CONGRESS. tracted her attention. In our own restricted community "Why not follow this rabbit trail?" Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCulley nnd We are authorized to announce there is much thnt is good there are You have seen thousands 'of peo she asked and Miss Allene McCulley Sunday. herself lightly, RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, people whose acts serve as an inspira. ple try to get something for nothing Holse wiped the perspiration from a candidate for the Democratic nomi- tion to nil who would sec the brighter but you hnve noticed that mighty her forehead nnd smiled at her apparJust received car of lime, nation for Congress in this, the side of life. few get nway with it. ently rtn!lii undertaking, mentally Uastin Lumber Co. Eighth Congressional District of Even in oh! days when the "free" resolving to go to the end. She did They ore unobstrusivc, but their Kentucky. State Primary Election, Influence is beneficial to nil with lunch was spread on the end of every not notice how rapidly the woods wen Success is spelled with a capital Saturday, August 7, 1920. whom they come in contact. bar, there was an iron bound rule getting dark, and that only the tip of S, nnd so is Saving. Saving is the They see the sordid side of our ex that provided "Drink first; ent after the sun Could be seen lielnw the tree. foundation of Success. FOR CONGRESS. istence, but they do not dwell upon it. wards." If any lad's lunch hooks Sho was thinking only of following the trail. They see the brightness of the too near the bolonga and the warded, forFinally her senrrh was re We are authorized to announce her tracks ended at the it-part of their pretzels before he had clinked a stump of n tree. COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson ture, and they make nickel on the bar for n tub of the .She leiincd against the tree to rrst county, a candidate for the Demo daily lives. They radiate happiness nnd con-- 1 brew, the bouncer took the swing- - herself. There was suddenly a rustcratic nomination for Congress in I ing doors for a couple of goal posts ling In' llw underbrush. She stood terthis, the Eighth Congressional Dis- tcntmcnt wherever they go. rified and wondered If perchance there trict of Kentucky. State Primary t lAnd because they see the better I nnd knocked .him for a .goal. You were any wild .. animals there! nave tne nickel before you Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920, sine oi an people and nil things, the Mn" sweetness of their own live I. ..,. I could tret a free lunrh fnr nntl.in,. i The crunching sound came nearer. L July 1, 1919 did not change that ?,".'!. ,:to',M no longerl by us. a frantic cry she started to run. SEEKING ANOTHER PLUNGE. It is good to remember that thoielru,t-- ' particle. You have to have forgetting that her feet were rncnsrd who think well of the world invariably money before you can take ndvnn Is civilization in reality on the In largo snowshoes. Somehow the find that the world thinks well of tage of opportunities to get a chance smtwshoc tangled In some Is humanity gradually sinking to them to dip into the succulent financial hrnm-he- s nnd. with anThe sun shines brightly in the lives profits spread temptingly before you. other cry, she fell headlong Into a the level of the savage? The rivers of blood have hardly of all who give it nn opportunity to There is only one way to have money. bank of snow. She did not dare to dried upon the battlefields of France, enter. That is to save it. This is a day of move, for the sound was corning rni and yet the nations of the earth nrc labor saving machinery nnd tho ma- Idly toward her. It was umti her! If It steadily preparing for the next war. "It Is useless to forbid Inrcenv chinery for saving money has been Ithe'.rcre a dead, but would think that were she trembled at Powerful air fleets are being con- when the deacons make large church developed Just as effectively us the the thought. structed, engines of destruction cap- contributions out of excess profits machine to save labor. "Can't you get up?" somebody was able of dropping tons of high explo- wrung Jointly from labor and the j tie host machine of that kind is nsiiing piennntly In her ear. the one provided by the Savings Di sives upon armies and civilans alike. ultimute consumer." It was fully n minute Ufore she The is being perfected to Thnt statement was made by Vice vision of the Treasury Deportment. could extrlrnto herself from the snow outdo its previous exploits in sending President Marshall at a recent church Hy use of Liberty Honds which nre enough to see If tho owner of the ship loads of helpless people to the mass meeting, and in those few safe nnd profitable, Government Sav. voice were truly Tom. And his e , .. . .. . wns even greater when hu found ooiiom ox me sea witnout warning' words lies one of the secrets of the ings htnmps nml Treasury Savings and with no avenue of escape. waning power of the church, nnd of Certificates, you can save money and out who this Marathon snow shoo runAlmost everywhere we turn we find tho rise of wickedness and selfishness keep it safe and ready with the least ner really was. "Why, Tom !" she gasped weakly. possible discomfort nnd effort to the brightest minds nnd the keenest in this land of ours., "Why, L'lolse!" he cchoil happily. -i intellects concentrated upon the con.vii inn iioi iirnise ine i.ord on yourself. For a moment they eyed each oilier struction of machines for the des- Sunday and serve the devil on Mon sleutly, nnd then they laughed. Just received car of lime. truction of human life. day and still retain the respect of his "Why did you run?" lie asked, Uastin Lumber Co. Such a condition immediately fellow men. the great war is unthinkable, it The man who is reasonably decent "I heard a rustle In the bushes," she I IH HORSE COLIC is appalling, and yet it is true. but makes no pretension to Christian answered, sheepishly, "Listen, there It The world entertained hopes that ity can be respected for Just what he is apt to come at any time. If your Is again !" Ej the war Just closed would be the last. , for his very honesty in ndmitting horse does not get relief he soon dies. Tom listened, and us he rose to his But that hope is becoming blasted nis imperfections is a commendable Take no chances. Get FARRIS COL- feet ullh nn Impromptu clob In bis IC REMEDY today, No trouble, no band the gentle face of a cow peered day by day. trnlt. One has only to read the foreign nt them through the branches. Hut the one who wears the cloak of drenching. A child can give it. . W. A. DICKEKSO.V. news dispatches to see the hand- the Lord to hide the work of the "Oh." they gaed In one devil and then the quiet woods rang with writing on the wall letters written Is deserving of Just what he receives laughter. in the blood of humanity and Inscrib the contempt of all people who "Well," Tom laughed contentedly, ed by the hands of hatred, avarice Know him as he is. I take this method of expressing "I have found my cow and you. I and greed. There arc good deacons und there know that I huve been a Civilization should be civilized. ore bud ones. The good ones do much my thanks to my friends and neigh- am sorry, but I was too brute, and I ashamed to It is slipping a cog. toward the elevation of the human bors for their many deeds of kindness explain before. You see, I wrote two race. The bad ones besmirch the shown me during the sudden illness important litters to you, and when and death of my husband. THE OTHER FELLOW'S SISTER. wkjole church with their own you did not answer, 1 thought you did mire. Mrs. I. F. Naylor, not care. Hut a few days ugo I found People are often heard to make my letters In my forgetful brother's suggestive remarks concerning young Divorces in this country are becom1 am agent for the Studcbaker pocket, unmnlledl Now cau't we fix women whom they see on the streets ing about as numerous as fleas In a automobile. Let me show you one. It all right?" but never when a husky male rela crowded dog kennel in summer time. Also have a 1919 Hup, like new, for rihe did not speak her answer, but tive is present There are many causes which sale or trade. G. C. Walker. when she threw her arms around her Generally there is no thought of o this scrambled condition of some of .liter's neck a little later, she was PAINTS. these before our American homes. Many people rush into matrimony without a sufficient knowledge of the inner characteristics of each other. There is n tendency In modern humnnlty to throw off the restraints practiced by our ancestors, and neopie ore becoming more Independent than heretofore. in ntKimon me lawyers are very i shrewd and the courts are often quite accommodating, with the result that Ins soon as a couple begin to disagree their first thought is of a divorce. There are conditions under which lit is easy to concede that one person can hnnlly continue to live with an other and still retain his or her self respect, hut these exceptional cases form the basis of only a small per centage of our divorces. American morality is In the bal- Iance, and the scnles are exceedingly CALL OF By THE WILD' 9 W. FARMER, Examine ETHIL wlille)" SnJKsla.) l& IIII, br MeCUr The rapid whirring of the sewing machine stopped suddenly, nnd Klolse turned sharply around In her chair and faced her sister squarvty, "Are you nearly flolshcdr she asked with assumed cayrty. "Oh, no," Virginia nnsweml slee-llcarefully scrutinising the beautiful piece of embroidery In her lap. "Why don't you leave It for n little Hint Nt,(ttr Your SEED CORN Before Planting. XTuch Corn was damaged by late freezes Buy Tested Seed Corn and Insure A Stand. BALLARD'S OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. Try A Sack Today. Best for Tobacco Land. Cane Seed, Cow Peas, Soy Beans, Millet, Ky. Farm Feed, Ballard's Pure Wheat Bran. Genuine Kanawha Salt in 100 lb. Sacks and in Barrels. Chicken Feed. LAY OR BUST MASH FOR HENS. A Porcolin Wire Covered Feeder FREE with Each Sack. WORTH A DOLLAR. teased. Fertilizer V.C. Conn "i A- ic Am i ct irv mi ivc lflfl IJL Mm Brothers. I The Central Record BRAD5HAW MILL. .Mr. and .Mrs. Grant Sanders and little son, Forest were visitors Sunday of .Mr. nnd .Mrs, S, .V. Sanders. Prewitt, near here. Invl-tntlo- Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Sebastian and little son, I.oyd Perkins spent Sunday with .Mr. and .Mrs. . h Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder and son, Harlan visited relatives on Poor Ridge Sunday. "' n Attend the Ilig Auction Lot Sale at May 13th. Ilrass Hand will furnish music tancastcr, Wednesday SUTHIN' FOR wsn-tiere- ........ NUTHIN' i It Just Can't Be Got. tlROWN YOU WANT EGGS NEXT WINTER? Tha bast wijr It to rait your own producers. My SINGLE COMB LEGHORN HENS DO dat.lopad. Prlias 1G for Uox arc raady to furnish you with fsctory units that will pay big profits If proparly SI.OO, 100 for 13.00. ERLE C FARRA, 173. Ky. n ..... .Its. i m "" e .... .i ... stir-pris- XT- fol-low- Brown Manly-RidinCultivator g 5 bit-nth- Card Of Thanks. ket. Ask the'man who owns one. New stock of. Hoosier Two Buy it because it is the best cultivator on the mar- How Corn Planters IB li,i HASELDEN BROS. In-Jt- happy. The Central Record. Lancaster, Kv Thursday, May 3, 920 1 1 6 I ) A WISE PERSON SAVES MONEY. An opportunity to be wise and save money on WE STAND FOR 100 PER CENT AMERICANISM. SPECIALTY. We make a specialty of fitting narrow feet, that Coat, Suit or Dress 25 PER CENT OFF See these to-da- y. Encourage the American Legion, which stands for 100. per cent Americanism and the welfare of our community by urging your son or friend who has been a soldier to join now. American Legion Membership drive from May 17th to May 30th. and those who have feet troubles, with shoes that are right quality. in price and The Joseph Mercantile Go HOUSE OF QUALITY. l "'lii-'!!1- " 13-2- !4 THE ONE PRICE STORE. SEE OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT. We nre till trimming our prices and not our customers. POST OFFICE BUILDING. Danville Street. Sofi.OO Deere Uake We will sell you a 57.50 Mailable KaiiKC for...? 100.00, Disk Harrow '21.50 Princess Itank'e for.... 08.50 Smoothing Harrows Standard Rane for., 55.00, Double Shovel IMown$ 0.00 11.50 Cast IlnttKu for 15.00; Garden Plows 15c 70.00 Hunch Deans per pt Deere .Mower 01c Deere Cultivator 55.001 Garden seed, pt. We are selling for less, not much rent to pay. HOUSE PAINT $3.75 A GALLON. J. R. MOUNT The & CO. Deal House. Miss Charlotte Pollitt of London, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dickerson, on Maple avenue. Mrs. J. It. Mount and Miss Joan Mount, have gone to Ashevllle, N. C, where they will ipend several weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Kice, who have Gossip About e People A BfUl Mint! Gmnji byThM W of Utt Camlnji Art IMriti a Ilk vuiting Lancaster relatives have returned to Richmond Indiana. been Mr Everett I Sebastian wns in Mr. and Mm. Charles Thompson Lancaster Saturday. and baby, Jane I'erkins, have returned from a visit to relatives in StanMr Dav.sin married Mis Mir' ford. 1 rar, of IVnt Uck. is the Mrs. Koncr of Louisville, Mr Robert H. Fox has been a reguest of her daughter, Mrs. Adolph cent vnitor In Danville. Joseph and Mr. Joseph, on Maple Misses Martha ami Helen (Sill haw nvenue. bren recent visitors In Danville. Mrs. W. J. Romans, Mrs. Coleman Mrs. Margaret Lane is spending the Gulley and Miss Carrie Belle Romweek with Mrs. Luther Itaney. ans were in Danville the past week Mr. Luther Gibbs and Mls Eliza-bot- h Gibbs have returned from n deMrs. Hnttle White of Nashville, is lightful stay In New Orleans and San the guest of her nticc. Miss Kmmn Lewis Walker has returned fru.it a stay In Martinsville Indiana. Mr shopping. Dity Angelo, Texas. gutits of Messrs W. S. Center nnd U. F. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton are Robinson of Danville, have been Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Rice in guests of Mr. George Robinson on Richmond, Indlann. Danville avenue. Mim Ophelia Carroll Bailey, of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Turner and Stanford, has been visiting her sister, Walter Turner of Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. E, Preicott Drown. arc visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs W. 11. Mo.s Sr., is the guest of Mrs. M. li. Turner. Mr nnd Mrs. Walton Moss nnd fam-- ! Mr. nnd Mrs. Clnude Itoyston of Danville this week. Chicago, are expected Monduy for a K. Mr. Miuthn Frisbie nnd Mrs. H. visit to his purents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. s Mcltobcrts spent Tuesdny with Ruyston, on Hill Court. and friends in Danville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Rnney and Mr. K. 11. Lester, of Akron. Ohio, sister Klvercc Carter, Mr. and Mrs. I here to spend the summer with her n Mr. Jobc Marsce is still on the Mrs. Forrest FiUgerald and little daughter, Dorothy, of Danville are sick list. visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner and II, Wilkinion on Maple avenue. children spent Sunday with Mr. nnd i Mr. Sam Hnelden Sr., Mr. and Mri. Noah Marsce. Mrs. J. Raymond Hnfelden.Miss Jane Mrs. Henry Moore nnd son Henry, Ilascldcn and Master Lewis Ilnselden conspent Sunday at Crab Orchnrd attended the Christian Kndeavor vention nt Paris last week. Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilder and sons, daughter Ardella, spent ftunday with Howard nnd William, of Keren, motheir mother in Lexington. tored to Lancaster Sunday and spent the day with their son Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mm. J. W. Pumphrey left Clarence Wilder. Thursday for a visit to the family of their ton, Mr, Frank Pumphrey, in MIm Glenson, Mks Mary Noel. Mr. Somerset. and Mrs. Thomas I'arkc nnd little Mr. Frnnk Pumphrey of Somerset, daughter, Evelyn, of Danville, have been guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey on DanWoods, near ville Avenue. Mrs. Mrs. 1L A. II. Markibury. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Turner, Mr. Mr. F. 11. Mnrksbury, Lewis Mr. nnd Mrs. A II Rice, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Gilbert Turner nnd baby Clay Sutton spent a few hours Sun- spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Noah Marsce. day nt Cmb Orchnrd Springs. Mr. Tom Marsce and little daughMiss Jnne Rowling, student nt K. ter, Ruth and Miss Ardella Turner C. W., Danville spent the week end have returned home after u few days with her parents in lower Garrard. visit in Lexington. Law-leShe hnd n her guest, Miss Mary Gatewood, also of K. C. W. Mr. nnd Mrs. Strother of spent the week end with Mrs. J. M. Farm has returned from their son, Rev. Clarence Strother and Martinsville Snnitorium, Martinsville, Mrs. Strother on Richmond street. Ind. The many friends of Mrs. Far-r- n are glad to know that her stay Mr. Charles Robinion, who makes in Martinsville has improved her his home in Hamilton Ohio was callhealth very much. ed home on nccount of the serious illness of his sister, Miss Maude RobIt will be very gratifying to all inson. her friends here to learn that Mrs. Geo. Rich who was operated on nt the Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Marsce and litDanville Hoipital several weeks ago, tle daughter, Ruth, Miss Lucy Joe is rapidly recovering nnd will return Mnrsce, Mrs. Wm. Marsec and chilsoon to her home. dren spent Sunday at Paynes Depot College Carnival with friends. At the Hamilton given Tuesday on the College campus Thotc merchants who arc adopting in Lexington. Misses Ruth Carrier the use of delivery motors arc to be and Rernicc Champ of this city, were cnogrntulated. Humanitarinnly, one chosen by popular vote as maids to Is glad the fogged little delivery the Queen of the Carnival. horses nre forever out of the traces. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon an.l Dr. Dr. nnd Mrs. Jim Morris and son. J. 11. Kinnnird were in Lcxingtoi Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Walden and Tuesday night the guests of Dr. Bat-ro- family nil of Bereu, were guests at who entertained the Fayette the home of Mr, and Mrs. R. J. County Medical Association, at hi Kngle, on Crab Orchard street last home, nt n beautiful reception. Sunday. ts Camp-bellsvill- e, Mrs. J. A. Royiton's friends are FOR SALE Hupmobilc touring glad to see her out after n slight car, 10IO model, Good as new. t G. C. Walker. indisp&sfton. Mr. and Mrs, Ben Ham, of Somerset nre guetU of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Rankin on the Lexington pike. Call for your Third permanent Bonds nnd let us have your Second Friends will be glad to learn that FOR SALE Pony and complete MIm Maude Robinson, who has been sec Hugh outfit. If interested, quite sick is better nt this writing. Mobley, at The National Bank. Mrs. R. P. Tankcrsley, of Hamilton Ohio, hns been the gueit of her parFOR- - SALE Yellow Dent Seed ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey. Corn, small red cob, deep grain, 12 Lexing, Miss Ida Mae Harnett, of Ed Ballard, to 14 inch cars. ton was the attractive gucrt last week Stnnford Ky. of Mii Tory Anderson, on the Dan-1ll- e : FOR SALE: 200 barrels of old road. corn. Plenty good enough for seed. have Mr. and Mrs. Luther Peyton, John T. Hicks. Phone 44. just returned from n delightful visit 4- - t. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pointer at to ExHamilton, Ohio. GARAGE DEATHERAGE enrs". Prompt Knvanaugh Slavin has pert repairing on nil Mrs. Jennie service and a square deal. Located returned from a visit in the Paint the S. II. Estes Livery Stable. Lick neighborhood, to her cousins, at Phone 204. the Misses Higgins. -20-34.8-7t-p- d. for exchange. t. Garrard Bank & Trust Co. The U. S. Destroyer, Knlk, to which Lieut. Lucicn Grant is attached in Boston Hnrbor, recently had released from her, all of her officers from the Captain down, excepting Lieut. Grnnt nnd with the installation of a new shift of officers, was ordered to make n cruise. Upon Lieut. Grant as the only remaining olTicer of the late roster, fell the most responsibility of the conduct on shipboard. The cruise was successfully made and Lieut. Grant war much commended upon his efficiency from those "higher up." WANTED Bids to build one mile of pike from Herman Sebastian, Kirksville pike, through the old Gibbs O. T. Layten. farm. 5- - FOR SALE: About 200 barrels 3f good corn, both white and yellow. Any amount good seed corn. W. R. Kelley, R. F. D. 1. Lancaster. Ky. FOR SALE Four Red Angus bulls, ready for service, at farmers prices. Also four poland china gilts, subject to register. Big type. Telephone Hubble. Harry Frye, WANTED A pUc. on farm by the month by married man, with home, garden and cow furnished. A steady experienced all around man. Can ! bst of references. Writa P. O, Bo. 73, Stanford Ky. 5.2t.pd. If you arc thinking of selling ycur farm at Auction, see Green Clay Walker, representing O. T. Wallace and Company, 305 Trust Building, Lexington. Mrs. Alexander Kennedy, who has i been spending severnl weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Hanks Hudson, of REGISTERED JERSEY BULL Danville, has returned to Lancaster, SERVICE FEE' $5.00 CASH. where sh.e will spend several months ONE MILE OUT DANVILLE PIKE. I. II. Raney and little dnughtcr, with her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Fnmau parents, nnd other relatives. Lenevn visited their aunt Mrs. June and Mr. Fnmau on Maple Avenue. Arch Overstreet In charge and ha hai Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson of Wnlker, in Nlrholatville Sunday. orders to collect In advance. Mrs. Pnttie K. Brown, who hr.s Lexington, have been visiting his parG. B. SWNEBROAD. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wood entertain- been visiting relatives In Mt. Vernon ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. D. Simpson. Mr. Luther Gibbs and daughter, wuiunm wiaaaiucu Pnlnmn ed at dinner Sunday, Miss Glenson, und Stnnford returned to her brothMl Elizabeth Gibbs returned last She Mr ami Mrs. Cnrroll Itailey and Miss Mary Noel, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. er's, Mr. Jnck Adams,' Monduy. Sumfay from San Angelo, Texas, RATESj i!aUKhter, of Stanford, were guests of I'arks of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Ter. wns accompanied by Mr. nnd Mm. te six weeks they For Drown Sun. rill Layton, Messrs Hyatt und Brew-e- r llunlctte McKcnzic and handsome where for the pint Mr. and Mrs. E. Prescott Single Insertions Ic n word have been the gucits of Mr. Branham Layton. little bo)i, George Fish and J. U. of .'ay. Ralcy. They report a delightful Ho ad taken for lest than 20c Stanford. trip and are enthusiastic over the in this column. No nds in this Mr. Richard Burton, of Gnrrjr.l entertainments given in their honor v7 column charged. county, wns in Danville Sntuidtiy while guest in the "Lone Star" state. ?! Kvn (ntfrtlnrift itr thd Mr. Burton Is seriously considering Mr. nnd Mrs. William Ross Teel, price of five. the purchase of a residence in Danville and moving here with his fam- an interesting couple from Terre Phone orders must be paid ily to reiide. They ore tine people Haute, Ind. who are making u leisur-l- y promptly. motoring tour thru the Blue Gns and would be warmly welcome! at residents of the town. Danville Ait are at present at Crab Orchard jij vocnte. House Paint per Gallon $3.50, Springi, were guests at the KcngarL an Sunday. They are charmed with per Bushel $6.00, ;j: FOR SALEi One ton I. II. C. truck Seed Potatoes Congressman King Swope has In- our home steads and with old KenJ. W, Sweeney, troduced a bill providing for the re- tucky in general excepting our roads. and all kinds of S tirement of C. F. McKenzic Davidson, Arbucle Coffee per Pound 4o cents, lime, Juit received car of Mrs .Florence Grant of Lexington of Paint Lick, Ky., from the army Seed Sweet Potatoes Cheap. Battln Lumber Co. with the rank of Captain, Davison made a brief visit to her brother, was a first lieutenant in the ser- Mr. C. N. Anderson last week. SEE OR PHONE Good Seed Corn at Garrard Millvice and wns retired with that rank Herself, son and daughter with Mrs. ing Co. for f 3.50 per bushel. because of disability. At the tlniu of Lizzie Walker Roland formed a hapP.BsWilliains&Co his retirement he had been recom- py house hold and are located In the FOR Upright piano in j SALE mended for promotion to the rank of attractive Eastern Extension of the good condition. Call this cilice. Lancaster, Ky. LANCASTER, Ky. captain. Mr. Swoce believes he city. Mrs. Grant's many Lancaster a Quick Service and Good Work Fresh light rolls and bread every mould hnve that rank In retirement. friends hope her visits home may be Courier-Journavery frequent. day nt Hotel Kensarlan. rela-t.ve- News came to Lancaster friends of Thompson the death of William Trice, 75 years old, well known playwright, who died in New York of heart trouble. Mr. Price was born in Kentucky nnd was in early life a newspaper mun, receiving his training under Henry Wntterson. For twenty years he conducted a school of playwriting, which he founded. In his early connection with the drama Mr. Price wns for A. M. Pnlymer and Harrison Grey Fisk and also acted ns literary adviser to RichHe was the author of ard Mansfield. Friends here have received the an- the first piny produced by Merc Klaw, nouncement of the marriage of Miss starring KiTie Kllsler, and staged in Lilly Henry, daughter of Mrs. Jen- the eighties. Mr. Price was a stepnie N. Henry, to Mr. Karl Barnes brother of Mrs. E. L. Owsley, of this Gersach the happy event taking place city. at San Antonio, Texas, on May 5th. Many showers were given the bride prior to the marriage. play-rend- LAD OF HANGING FORK FARM. Plieeifirl Up-To-Da- r:335v vS SAVE THE DIFFERENCE v-2- . Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, Painting Tin Work Sanders Variety Store l. iw Fha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May S3 tf 1 3, 920 1 ta sjaajsj)sasssj ftQsfjtsajsy STORM By LOUISC BOUND HOFFMAN. 10. wn wind's Mow Ins 00 mlle nn Imnr ntut eterythlng will bo drifted prophesied John full by morning," llecklln an be came stamping Into the l kitchen after feeding tln hens. thought IM he blown nwnjr once or twice mielf. I pity any ono caught out In tlil Monti tonight. Ilenrd the 4:'M gn up yet, mother I" Mr, llecklln, n leninrkahly trim. yonnc looking woman to be tlio moth er of such n stalwart tonkins "on, was busy setting the table anil alter-nstely stirring creamed potatoes on the torc. "No. John. I haven't heard, a sound." sne repneti in a motherly tone. "Hut I ttioiictit I saw a sleigh with two mim n round the henil In the road, n while aco. I've leen watchlne evi'rv e little while, hut I haven't seen more of It" SheAvent to the window again. It nny-thin- HI. If "fW! tbt MtClar Nw.p.rxf rJlft I 307 Acres 4 J CARDS. fgsfgt 0ssas0jt0Ba)f ss0s000sasatajsft J afs M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Offic Phon I OF oar OfTU. S. , The Garrard Bank. Rasldtnca 37G. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, MERGER COUNTY AT LAND Offlca Hours J. J. Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and I PUBLIC AUCTION As agent of Edward Clemmons, we will offeu at Public Auction on to S p.m. J. A. Beazlev SNJNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllre Over National Bank. Residence I'hone 3. Otlire I'honri?? "Oh,,John!" she exclaimed. There l some one trying to get through the ilrlfta by the old barn. There, the horse If down." came to the window and peered out Into the font deepening gloom. "Why, It look as though there waa a woman In the sleigh. Too lind they've lieeii caught out In !hl. Hut the drift are soft yet, nnd mayho they'll pull thniugh. I wonder who they nro? They irimt le stranger, or they wouldn't nltenipt to drive through that spot." "Well, the hore Is up." announced Sir. UecLlln with relief, "htit they are trying to make him go abend. The next plunge and the poor animal will only go down again. Kven If they do manage to get through this bank, they can't go on In this blow. It would be aure death, with night coming on, and If growing colder every minute. Oh!" she gasped; "there goes the slclsh over. Mercy! I Jiopc that poor worn Ilci-kll- Jut flunk. John at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of the Mercer County Court House at Harrodsburg, a farm containing 307 4 acres, eight miles from Harrodsburg on the Eldorado and Dugansville pikes, known as the Brown & Powell farm.- This land is well improved, large frame residence, tobacco barn, stripping room and under good fencing. All except about One Hundred Acres in small grain and grass. TERMS of purchase price on date of sale, 23 3 per cent on March 1, 1921, without interest. The remainder to be paid in three equal payments in one. two and three years with six per cent interest from March 1, 1921, payable at which time possession will be given. 1--- Monday, June 7th, One-tentl 1-- lancaster.:ky.; H. J. PATRICK, Paint Lick. Kentucky Dr. Printus Walker Df or VETERINARIAN. Calli Antwtrvd Promptly PSon. 317. NilSi LANCASTER KCNTl'CKV an Isn't hurt." She turned. ."Where are you going, John" the questioned a hu began putting on his Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. semi-annual- ly thlng. "Is It possible" ited her brother at Ilcren Sunday. "Wilbur." breathed Mrs. llecklln, Mr. nnd Mrs. I. B. Shepherd were scarcely believing her eyes. "I I visitors in Iierea Sunday afternoon. thought you were In the West. And Mrs. Vina McWhorter has accepted this," she paused gating at the prcttj blue-eyegirl. n position in Robert Kstrldgc's store. "Is my daughter, Una," ho said Robert Mctcnlf nnd Miss Isabel briefly. "And this lad to whom we I'arson eloped last week and were arc Indebted for our ecao married. "My son." returned Myra. Mrs. W. D. White and Miss Hester After a moment's Ml once. "If It wer not for the children, we might Patrick were In Richmond shopping think time had utmost stood still," he Saturday. murmured. Mr. oTc. Rucker of Waco and Mr. Over dclectiibto creiimed potatoes, Shearer were with the formers moth (I Iced pink liatn. hot rolls nnd coffee, Wilbur Norcroxs told how tho urge to er Sunday. come Kast had been too strong for and Miss Jessie Mac Hnmmnck lilm. In tin? fall be bad bought a small Miss Lane, were in Richmond shop-pin- g farm at FalUburgh. Ills sister kept Saturday, Iiouku while Una taught school In the Miss Annie Sanders of Kirksville old Kverett district about five miles was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Klvln at:. , distant. School News. Myrn nodded. .She had heard about Fritts on Sunday. Messrs Earl McWhorter, Dick Dav-in NorcroKS family moving Into tho Mr. nnd Mrs. Blaine Kstrli&e left A. B. Estridge, Bennett Roop, Mr. Sunday, May Ifith, the Baccalaur Tuesday for their future home nt and Mrs. R. G. Woods, Jewell Wnl. cate services for the Buena Vista As the wen Hut looked promising Champaign Illinois. Jnmnft fnfnn nniL 5tnm ftinTlv'l High School will be held nt the M'. ! and as It was Friday night he had Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. W. West enter- went to Cinclnnnti Fridav returning Olivet Church at 11 A. M. Dr. Jon started out to drive Una home. Saturday A. M. each driving new Paul of Wilmore will deliver the sr-r'oFor threo days the travelers were tained several young people from Chevrolet cars for the Paint Lick with R(-- , Young of Niclio'jn-villstorm-bounIn the mountains. It was Hera College Sunday. Impossible to shovel out roads until assltwK. Every ore is cordia.'y Itev. Mr. Bone of Louisville preach Garage. Mr. George Conn the wind abated. During this time n ed u very interesting sermon Sunday celebated his invited. friendship nnd Intimacy sprang up, morning nt Mt. Tnbor, COth blrthdav. Sumtnv with a hit illn. A program in charge of Mrs. Abncr ! which ripened Into something wanner, Mrs. J. It. Davis was called to Rich, ner. lie lind n lili irueit. Mr. nml presented by nil the grades will be and when tho storm had ceased and Mrs. R. II. Ledford and children, Mrs. given at the High School Building, the roads were open. Myra and Wilbur mond Monday on account of the ser- Martha Ely and .Miss Kale Hly, Mr. Monday evening May 17th, nt 8:00 P. ious illness of her sister, told Uie cldtdruti the same old ever nnd Mrs. Forrest Centers and La by, M, The proceeds will be for defray, now story. Years ago they had quarMr. and Mrs. O. L. Hammack and reled because Myra refused to live In children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Graves and ing the 'expenses of the graduating baby. the country. class. We cordially Invite all parTom Italston on Sunday, "Such a hilly thing." laughed Myra Announcements have been received ents and friends to attend. We assure Miss Lucy Williams of Richmond happily, "because I lle on a farm by friends of Miss Lilly Henry of San you an evening of pleasure. now and love It, even to being storm-- ' has been spending several days with Antonio Texas, of her marriage at The Commencement Exercises will her sister Mrs. Edd Williams. bound and cut off from civilisation." that place to Mr. Earl Barnes (!or- - be held nt the High School Building "We'll make It a delightful blading Mr. and Mrs . W. O. Anderson nc hsuch. This will be of interest to Tuesday .evening May I8th. The for life," added Wilbur. companled their daughter, Mrs. It. L. many as she is quite well known here speaker, Dr. E. C. McDougle is one of1 John looked at Uua. Hill and children to Richmond Mon- having lived in Garrard And Madison "X guess we have something to conthe best known men not only in Kenfess, too. It's a pretty short court day, counties until a few years ago. Her tucky, but other states ns well, havMiss Lucy Williams has returned friends all wish for her a happy mar- ing taken his P. H. D. from Clark ship but but Cupid has been Hinging hi darts around so lively he has to her home in Richmond after having ried life. University, Mass. Parent and struck us squarely, too." been with her sister Mrs. Orvillu The American Legion of Post He!-d- friends of the graduates and all "Tho second edition, bound for life," Boope, for several days. Sanford No. 35, Lancaster Ky., friends of the school are cordially Inmurmured Wilbur. Then with boyish Misses Ava McWhorter, Marie wishes that all men their vited to attend. This concludes our enthusiasm: "tot's make It a double ' Celia Illatt of Richmond and Country from this county would be a program for the year and through the wedding." And so It happened that In a few Ollle Jones of Berea w.ere dinner member of this Post. Show your RECORD we wish to express our short weeks the neighbors nodded guests Sunday of Miss Anna Todd. friends that you served them and that gratitude to all who have so faithfully their heads and Jo)ouly announced. Mrs. C. 0. Hamilton of Tucumcari you are a 100 per ctnt American by and loyally befriended the school this ".Spring's coming. The young will ar. , marry, but the old well they uay.( N. M.. Mrs. Georre Thorp and Mrs. 0. belonging to the Legion. While your 8ur sign." d "I'm going to tukc down the bars so Hint man can come through the field. He was gone, nnd tlie mother niched with keen anxiety ns he bat tied against tho tlercv wind and whirl lug now. Onre he turned his hack to cntch lil breath. Twice ho sank out of alght, but finally succeeded In reaching the two weary travelers. John directed the strangers through tho perilous drifts Into the open field ntjj up to their bam. where the hired man took charge of tho almost haunted animal. Mrs. llecktln ran to the kitchen lor-nnthrew It as hospitably wide LICK afthe storm would allow to welcome i ne grangers. Mrs. Jennie Slavin has taken rooms "Come In, come In out of tills wind." she Invited cheerfully. Tou must at the Manse parsonage. nearly frozen." Mr. Jim Rucker of Lexington was "Fortunately we both escaped, but with the home folks Sunday. such an experience 1" returned a sweel joung voice, as the man, divested of Mrs. Oscar Boyle who has been ill his furs, came Into tho living room. for sorric time is able to sit up. "Myra," he gasped, gazing straight Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson vis- Into her clear gray middle-ageeyes. Union Bank & C. Trust 60. KENTUCKY. Capital. Aaran. capital of the Hwtts rantna ot Argovla. possesses one of the hardest working libraries In the world. Tbqugh the library consists of only which Is not so large 80.000 volume as public Institutions go In the United State the population of the capital ltelf Is only lO.nnO. With eight to. umes per Inhabitant, the library of Aarau has Just cause to boast of Itself as a miniature Atheim. A John NL McRoberts. PREWITT N. L. Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AGENT, EDWARD CLEMMONS. LEXINGTON, Lancaster. JOffN Ky , R F D No, 3 i--x WHITE & CO. LOUIBVIULI, KY. !AINT tt Is" Rucker of Waco were visitors of friends stayed at home in absolute Mrs. S. B. Rucker one day last week, safety, you acted as a man and fought your Country. Remember ONLY Mr. and Mrs. fl. M. Treadwny had as their guests for the week end. (UK WHO HAVE RECEIVED AS DISCHARGE ARE Hazel HONORABLE Misses Nannie Reynoldsand Fanning and Mr. Coleman Reynolds r.i.rAuiii.r.. Uvu;Ka, or DRAFT EVADERS, I. W, WVs ore all of E. K. N. NOT ELIGIBLE. Dr. George A. Hubbell of Lincoln gradUniversity Tenn., addressed the uates at Mu Tabor Sunday night. His address was thoroughly enjoyed by a large congregation. Blaine Estridge has sold his interest in the Estridge Bros Store to his After you eat always tek brother, Robert. They invoiced Saturday night and Robert opened up for business Monday morning. Messrs William Itnlston and Morris C ind Todd have purchased a lneUBtlrrsUeveaHisneerswas yFxski. Stops food searia. terest in the Trcadway nnd Logsdon store. Mr. Trendwny will retire. The name of the new firm will be Logsdon and Co. Mr. nnd Mrs . R. L. Hill nnd children who have been staying with her mother, Mrs . W. O. Anderson the R. E. McROBERTS, Lancasttr, past ten days hnve gone to Richmond f to reside where Mr. Hill has purchased n third interest fn the Dixie CarV Lsirntd Liberal atiarfmsat sad full value pal lr XFURS Hleaaanal eat taJae .u The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon tur land: for any purpose whatsver POSTED R, L. Birds Raiens, crow Tnit gATONJC two-thir- i-J- A ipwV talk In lliv i human. rixim may eaMIr be inia'akeH fur Itof a wtiii. I'srrnta are the beat l Itnton.; that l ! my. they tnlmlr - better speaker ih-are not mi erntlt.- - and the pumnd. they utter are irliit. but tb' anil nrte:i:- - "n are far m b-- o l we will prosecute all offenders to !pJk. nn.) magpies are all the fullest extent of the law. Huntprrot. Thrj ers and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma R, L. Elkia. Daniels, Arnold. nblxtltng Hint ly laushliig. to admiration. It tins rvinnrkol that tbvlr vnlees In re like ttmt nt other tMte. particular n rr Buena Vista s, n, Shellac. tt Shellac Is the Joint product of nnd plants ami ohiu- -. frwu The lac Inwcn are stwiut 1.23 of i Inch lung, a htistit ret In color. Tlwy suck the jubw of plant, dlztut them nnd exude th-- ii in the form of ro.lii. which scMin etieaes the winds have iiaect. When the young Inn-c- t wannel out. tli reJii In craped fnmi the branches, ground, wnshed, mlxril with colophony and undmi-nt- , cookeil slowly and drawn out Into the thin Mieels we know n hellac. In-itIn-dl- a. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hsckley, Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbothstn. F.dd and N. B. Trice. S. C. Rigiby. 0. M. Andersen. R. L. Barker 11. L. Kelley. J. C. Rlgsby. Mrs. Mctoria Aaslcrsen, Thompien and Tracy Orourth. ixNipl.. shituhl ' how to grow tousnts nch other. No bnman thletg, mnrrlage l.wiit of nil, can 1h allow.il to grow unlend.il. It mkea pains and thought, as well as unselfishness, to grow good marriages. Woman's Mafaalne. larrlrl trv to lm Mtmorjp.da A in Class. ltti the il of gum trngncunlh. ailowtig a week for itr itia. two Mivti of glax run be Joined with a h et of imper U'twei'n III hiii, without the llBliteit stalnlnz of the (utper It I ktig:eivil that this provide a new and ufui mrnn of making paper wi'U'lit" and other gists article with culeildam etc IiiiIh'iMhI In them. The gum. whllrf still wet, to have Miilned the pitper; but every trace of this dlsapiMwrs as ilia drying out protvets. Kdtmlltlc Auitrl- -' can. ti-'- render u imt ieeeet ' rs t i Southern Optical Co. Incurpo rated Manufacturer ef Pertsct.Fltting ' al Led-for- d, who-serve- d ' Name Tsffy, U a ntrknaaie far he whole Welsh ieopte; The wool Is simply Davy (Pnvld). pronnunee.1 with ailNtlon; Sawney (Alexander) the! imxt roniinun Scotch nstuei I'at ( ib moat roiniiioii IrUli name; and John (John Hull) the most common Kngtlth name. Karh Is used to designate the rare or nationality to which It belonzs. A similar raso Is (hat of Brother Jonathan, once commonly used to designate the people of the United .States, but now Isrgely su Th The name TafT SPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES Pat-ric- K7ltu Artificid Eye Iavlslble Bifocal Lew 4tM 4 Chtetaut au. LOUISVILLI, KY. n.H.ul..l l,w I Tn ..I .. U . .. i The Central Record, Lancastet , Ky.. Thursday May 3, 1 I 920 PUBLIC Of We will offer for sale to the highest and best bidders the farm ofi I We will also sell at Public Auction on Two Splendid Farms i Thursday, Mag 20th Tuesday, May 25th, j - ELLIOTT AND ELLIOTT AT TEN A. M., RAIN OR SHINE AT TEN A. M., RAIN OR SHINE. 156 ACRES OF FINE BLUE GRASS LAND This farm contains 140 Acres of Blue Grass land, and is just over the Boyle county line in Lincoln county, on Lovers Lane pike, 5 miles from Located in Garrard county, adjoining the famous Jones L. Adams Danville It has now 70 acres of very fine growing wheat; S acres for to- Jfarm, now owned by David F. Rankin, belonging to the Fox heirs. The bacco; new sod land; 20 acres for corn; balance in grass. This farm is improvements on this farm consist of one dwelling house; one 12 acre to well improved, and has a comfortable dwelling of 7 rooms; eight acre bacco barn- one stock barn, and other out buddings. This farm will afford tobacco barn; good stock barn, and all necessary outbuildings. There is a man of limited means a fine opportunity to purchase a splendid home also a good tenant house. The farm is well watered and well fenced. where he can make money. This will be an absolute sale, the reason being There are four never failing springs and a good cistern at the door. We to divide the money between the heirs. Twelve acres for tobacco; 20 can give immediate possession. This farm will be sold for the high dollar. acres for corn, the remainder in wheat and grass. It is a monev making farm and will be sold at a bargain. Parties desiring to look this place over can call on Jasper Dalv, who Terms liberal and will be made known on day of sale. is now on the farm, or I. M. Dunn & Co., Real Estate Brokers and AucParties desiring to look the place over will be shown over it bv Elliott tioneer. Phone 529 Danville, Ky. and Elliott or I. M. Dunn & Co., Real Estate Brokers, Danville, Ky. Call At this sale we will sell LIVE STOCK. IMPLEMENTS and everyPhone 529, Danville, Ky., if you are interested. thing. Terms liberal and will be made known on day of sale. I. BOURNE. M. DUNN & COMPANY REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS. , DANVILLE, KY. ' This firm will also offer two other big farms on June 2nd, 1200 acres and June 1 0th, 600 acres. A more extended advertisement of these two farms will appear later. Col. I. M. Dunn and Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneers. and Mrs. Victor Sanders near liyattt-ville- . NINA. Turner. I'. Hamni it improving nfter' several days Itinera, and Mr. ami Mr. S. II. Spenke laughter. Miii lila, wcroin Lexington .Saturday shopping. Mr. Hamilton Montgomery spent the week end in Lancaster ai the Mt. J. gueit of hit filter Mr. Jamet Hamil- ton. Mm. Charlie HugliM nnd children spent n few dnyt last week in Lancaster with her parent!, Mr. nnd Mr. Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet Jennings and little sen. Prank were the KUetts of Mr. Mid Mr. It. F. Jennings at Hast Hickman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Speake and family ui Lancaster and .Miss Ida Sponkc were the guest Sunday of Mr. nnd Mr. - K. Speake and family. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Mattingly and children of Troy, apent Sunday evening with their aunt, Miss Mar-gar- et Arnett at Mr. S. H. Speake. Mr. and Mrs. Ilamiett Jennings and family and Mis Lavinin Montgomery Thursday to atwent to tend the funerol of Sir. I. I'. N'aylor. Miss Ulanche Speake of Lexington, nnd Mr. Btlwin Scott of Cincinnati, Ohio, spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. I- Speake. Mr. Commons nnd son, Prank, of Mercer county, Mr. Ocns Montgomery nnd children ami Mr. Hay Splvey nnd children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kunell Vanderpool. nnd Mrs. It. I. Farmers arc all getting along nice, Hurton were appointed by Mr. nnd Mr. Walker Hradthnw the pastor and family nnd Mist Linda Locker ly now, tome are thru planting corn. to raise funds with which to procure motored to Danville Sunday afterWe urc all glad to note that our a suitable piano for the church. Thi noon. friend, Mr. Willie Prewitt is getting hustling committee no doubt will Mr. A. C. Mile wnt tent ns n dele- along fine, from an attack of typhoid toon raise the amount needed. gate to the Southern liabtist Conven- fever. I do not remember exactly what I tion from the Liberty Ilaptist church There will be n new preacher at said in regard to the dinner on the and Mr. Miles as n delegate from the Kethel, the Church of Christ, next ground, as I overlooked my letter In W. M. S. Saturday and Sunday. Every body J the Itccord, but Judging from the Remember the Americnn Legion U cordially invited. 'correction" in copy of May Cth, I will meet In Lancaster Thursday Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Long, Mr. Sim must have left an 'awful Impression, night. May 27th nt the Police Court Wheeler and little ton, Conn, were which I did not mean to do. In jus- Itoom nt 7:30 1'. M. Come and en- the guett of Mr. nnd Mr. Wvld tice to the Indies who tnid they would roll as a member. "cut out sweets" (this part of the Prewitt last Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrr. Hubert Carter nnd Mr. and Mrs. Urovcr HulTmnn nnd letter was no error) nn agreement son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grow nnd little daughter, Mnrie, of Mndison, was just made among those present Messrs Kverett Sebastian and Hobt. visited Mr, and Mrs. David Prewitt at and had thev had no idea f .Urtntim. i to the church. The nbovc ladlct men Noel attended the Sparks Sebastian Ninn Saturday nnd Sunday. ueildlng near Paris Monday. Dewey Anderson, Walter Hardin tioned are not facing nn 'Armenian Misses Klizabeth and Celia Palmer and Mime, Maggie nnd Maude Whit- - tituntion nnd nre willing to do their of Point Lenvel), Mr. und Mrt. Hurton ted were the guettt of Mr. nnd Mrt. part of furnishing nn ample supply Sanders nnd tons of Madison spent M. C. Jonet nnd Mr. nnd Mrt. Vernon and give nil the guest n henrty wewho attend the Institute. Saturday night nnd Sunday with Mr. Jones, Sunday. lcome Hobert Hronil.lus nnd family. Remember the American Legion Dogs' Feet a Delicacy. Mr. and Mr. S. N. Morford nnd will meet in Lancaster Thurtdny ' til the Island of Formosa dogs' feet fi.rnily icft Tuesday for their home night May 27th, nt the Police Court. ire considered n rival delicacy. in Nlcholatville. Their many friends Room nt 7:30 P. M. Come nHd en- -' here regret to tec them go but wish roll nt n member. No Danger. them success wherever'they may go. "Work never killed no ono jet. No nd It ain't going to kill nit'!" Drow. j Liberty Haptist Church pledged for MAKKSBUKY y Dan. n Million Dollar the Seventy-Fiv- e I4S12.7S. There has been Mr. Forrest Curtis lint been quite j Their Ablutions Soon Over. 4120.1.15 sent in, $473.05 from the sick but Is able to be out again. Personally w have met many kinds ladies, $19.30 from the Sunday school Mr. Day of Somerset is spending; of chumps in our time, hut we hnvt and $712.80 from the men. The la- several duys with her sitter, Mrs. Kyle never oiieouiilcrul one iho loafed dies of the church pledged $2040., very long In a cold bath. Dallas lom. and the men pledged $2103.75. New. Mr. It. S. Clark has returned from j . j Cam-pnlg. j Mr. Charles Dunn And Not Oe Blue. When yon fctimv a, man to be yellow It l Jutt ms well to draw the color line.- - 'Hrtn.itii Mngailne. "Hatt" Yourself my. through tin- - grace chen nnto me, to every man that Is mining you, not to think of himself more highly thmi he ought to think." Paul In bis letter to the Itomans, 12:3. Do You I For Centus Data Crow. Tin stntlMtes of tin- - first census of the t'nlttil Stnlcs were published In one small volume consisting of 56 paces. The statistics of the 1010 census required 12 volumes having raortj thnn 40.0110 page. HEPOHT OF THE CONDITION REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank IJs'o.2-!r- NATIONAL 1X0. 1 III. I.) BANK. Or LANCASTER. Close of Bqsmcu, Loaua au.t dlacvuuu Utrrdralli. tecurtl I'uircutrd .. '. KY AT THE Hiy 4, 1920 11:447) KEtOUnCEB. . OF LANCAhTEK. KY., AT it 47 m Mi u 7t 47 U The Close of Business, May 4 1920 txtsi.lird tu aveurv circulation i 00 Buinl, far alui to.uu Osoril aua U0luird lO.tiO WarRattufaCtrtlrlrairi I U CO Omdratta, aecurrdl S) (0 Cu .retired to acure circulation U. X. Hernia par value) Suto (si IW.H-- t 00 Oantil and unpltdrtd seeuritlee other Iban 1'. H. bonds met liKltiilliif elecke) owned uu. KEcOUKCES, LoaneandtflaaiMiuta UliXi 51 tirlirt plf.lta.1 u i ei KurBllurratkl !urol r f ant o( mitral l!tmr Haut IW ... b.crt'lliul naatla--rxKi- t lUHk iM.cM M Cain in faun ani LttiHi al IW.trva attankt amount rtrv itu .. Biturta. wiin rtorr- - IS.UU PB Iron net nalloa- - Memorial services will he held at the School Auditorium Sunday evening in Lancaster, Ky., May 30th at 8 Americans and Economy. men are nsked All I M. Americans an economical only. In to meet at the Courj House in Lantin um! of ccortiiiay. If that Is an caster .Sunday evening May 30 and anomaly or a lwradox, make the most march In a body to the auditorium. vt It. Hrookljn Kacle. SslflthneM Gain Nothing. Meu should see life u more than a Mlis Verna Hay has been visiting iienii of periMinnl advancement. Self. stuiess may achieve, but list Inglorious relatives in Madison county. has purchas- lame ulll soon ho forgotten In the Mr. Walker Hradhaw ound of yesterday. It's llfo that ed u seven passenger Bulck car. Ives for the common good that lays Miss Uernlce Hrondilus entertained ribule on humanity and cartes an In lelltde name la the very foundations several friends nt dinner Sunday. Mr, Tom Morlonl of Louisville if history. Cull It Utopian If you will Pacts show that men must dltj to real-- J spent from Saturday until Monday lire. And men who give themselves with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. M or ford. o human betterment llvt sva tVey raise Mr. nnd Mrt. K. W. Sander and Hlwrt from unreasonable drudgery to daughters were guests Sunday of Mr. 'lonorable toll and common comforts. The In.Octween Age. Our (il.MTvatli'ii I Hint the clcnnctt world belong to girls fnev In th about eleven years old. Dallas New. HUCKEYE Lexington where he has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Margaret Clark. Another day has been added to the program nnd the Institute will begin the 27 of May, lasting thru the 30th. Mr. Poyntcr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Simpson of Lancaster were guettt of Mr. and Mr. William Ulnnks Sunday, Kev, Skagg received a purte given to him Sunday morning by the church to tend him to the S. 11. C. which meet In Washington D. C. very toon. Farm work has been deferred on account of the cold rainy teuton. The gurdent are late, but the fnrmers are using every possible opportunity to prepare the toil for planting. Mist Josephine Huffman will carry out n program Saturday afternoon In honor of rlnlshlnc her grade. She will be assisted by Mlue Doolln, Stella Doty, Mne Belle Sutton end DeKa Rk1iu.oii Kno.l wlih U. f . Trrai- urr awl du Irani V. H.Trraa. lultir it ratftwl bat Bt aavllMlol- rriollmala oh Nsl.s and Hllli ilMalvaUa awl a,t du TulalalllaM1a.IUa.ln.il tt.til 41 ChMk ub baaka lfalduisMaul liror town at rtiortlus bauk auitotiifreaili Iliu. audTfirlli i.M5 U) llauk (to i' trlrral Kr.rr lll.UTt :i pvreeatoi. .ak.cflalloui alua v batiktUK tiouiv H) wi Furniture aud axtnrra Lanlul nub Krdrral llrtrrtr Hank lW7.fl CO Ca.h in Taalt aud act amounts due IroDi uailoual banka SriamtaduplroBi baukaand tauk. li.iTi M rra. aud tru.t N.io aijK in ih I'uHkI tlato lotbrr tbau Iticlud-rtllI.HO IC lltmar:. ISor II t'riMtaouullicr banka Imbe Mine fi.MsMO aa !.OM clirortown llara rrsrilsa; tank tolbtr than ll.iMJ is Total il liriaali li, and 17 laiua ai LKrdrraMloulund with IT. h. t,.... VJ. v uirr auu nur ti luitia.i rarurd iruin not roltreitd- ifcaiurvr but i.osllastr tiH ( Noin and Killa ItMvltablc paat dut Maniiarniall7ointd Slock I s'.llt W T.Os) CO rrro in iy j -- so m 1IJV. Vi 7JJ 7 . 1S.-- . ticoe ttt . SI Total 1,b to Capital in Lraa rurrasi 7.TM Kt Ureal andtatat paid lutiiaat aud dlartHint eallrelrtl r Bcby's Dire Peril. rrcdltrd. lu ataianfe ul roaturilr aud uet earned laiireilmate Mother nnd little Kntl.ryti wire up-lrAnaouut rtaerre. when Ihey Itrural little sister ClralatlB( Nalea ler takes aceiue.l oalatandlaa; nil off i lie couch, Kuthryu wild: "(), Set amaunlada toNattesal banka 1H mother. If Hint hnhy iWvti't Jtop fall- Total ul lirina t.JO. II. K.M ludldiialdeoallaaUbjtl Trying to Look Poor. Teial Personally we try to lc economical LIABILITIES we have to wear fine but In nur clothes to keep from Ixilnc mistaken C.llalitiwk ( M iu urtlualuud Uudlrld, nrynii. for a capitalist. Dullus News. drt. ntH,a.u ing she's going to ruin herself." Llcht nd Dark of the Moon. aud The light of the moon U the time 'Total new moon to full moon, and from the dark of the moon Is from full to Rraiior KiNTrciv.CoriiTToriUaatao.tt: moon, through ttie waiting pelieuI.AIetH. biMMr. I'realdeniof lb abet named bauk.doaolemnly a ear that IbeaLoie riod. a laleuent la Hue to Iba beat ol nr knowltda t ttidbellel. Altl It. HtMST, I'realdetl. United States' Many Wars. flubacrlbed and aaom to leloie ma Ibis Sib W 0. Hltner. The United tftnles regular army has day Ol Naf IKC. Nclarr Publle. engaged In mure than a hundred wars Mr Commlaalon eitea rtbl.ltvt. CoatiCT-Atte- ili or mllltury campaigns; about W If Elliott I of them Mug with Indian (I. M wtiaoD I Dliectoia. trlle. Independent, New York K SlotMla i III7.-.T- Total of dtiaand drpoalla lethtr than bank ilrpo.it, iiiUmi ta , 17. IN Ur.fr.e. Ileisa J teebect. il.i. t)urtluafttnd rOIXOOO 1MI UndlTldrd lroeta. HJHl W Leaarurient in- ISTT.IW t tareat and taw. j.ald I, M0 kS 7.710 01 Interaat and dlarouul eoUected r areillled.lu atiaura or uaurltr and nsl earned (approximate) I MVtOOOO '0 l) M.Ok0(0 ClrralatlnrNoieauatalaudiUK .. S0,cs ( 10 CO rerilted Cheaka (HilalaudlDs' Total ol Items W.DU1 jn. M M .Wv st lndl(iduldealla lubifti SwO.MJ toe beat Total dcmaml dao.(l. talker 471 It Ibaabank itepealtal aaMstl is Kearrte. Itewa 41. At, M, ST. I. Ml Ml ... aAi.Me H u.ua rs ("erilflreiea JsatKlt el d(aalt ielbr l Ibanlerinuneybericiwedi ... 1M DO Total ef lime ilrpatltt. lab U7,;J m JKI to Knui,, llcaaa 4 II. Hand 41 IUolw Bllla parable atberltaa alibied. y eral lleaarir llauk. iMladlvt all uMltattana itpiexcllaa tsaael' bsrroited.olberlhaD redlacuB. aiok LIABILITIES. paid lu riue, .... IM.KO 00 V . d Total I, L.CI. T stattor KiMrcav.Cei'MT orlltktaau.a;; bank. So eolemnle swear tbal lha abote aiata aenllairuelolbe beat of uj kbwwltdtv aud L.0 Ha1l.co. C,hlei. belief. Hubaeetbed and aworn to Ufoia uttbUIOth. da el XI a; Itve. W. cat Uarldaon.Caablerof IbeaUna uaurd ' nine-teiit- Cbakict Mr Commlaalon KiMMa Alltil J . lebuair Xt.W.I. W.Hsnaat ) J IHttctort. r. Ileiaoji . Ilorrer. NourrrMblle. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 13, 1920 Your Money Is Safe WHEN YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY HERE IT IS SAFE; ANY TIME YOU DON'T THINK YOU GET YOUR MONEYS WORTH; WE'LL GIVE YOUR MONEY BACK. GOOD FOR MANY SEASONS. They Your Spring Clothes ought to be good for more than one season. will be if you buy the clothes we sell. They're the latest things, stylish, all wool. HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX make them for us. We're glad to otter them to you because they carry out so well our policy of giving you greatest value for your money. Lots of Snappy Styles to select from at 335.00 , $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. Ladies and Children's Shoes. JAS. w. SMITH CorrTiflit 1920 I lift SchirTncrS: Mint Stetson Hats. I Wilson Shirts and Underwear. HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CoPTt'ntM 19:0 llitt Sthirloet & Mm Cracks at Creation. Yes, It will pay you to push this town nlonif. It will take you with it. Politics nnd religion, they say, And wc should hope not. CURED AND SMOKED VARIETY-- IS won't mix. MUTTON GIVES TABLE Trcnur Savings Certificates. Complain about the high cost of ONE OF CHEAPEST OF MEATS l.v.ng, if you take It nil out to bu) goads nnJ you bring o! J II. C. in complaining. You can start dollars multiplying in $5 groups by obtaining Government Savings Stamps or in $100 or $1,000 groups by investing in Just received rnr Uastin of lime. Lumber Co. "War is n state of mind." says an exchange. Sort of n hell of state, eh? llcware of the company only oil is on the tongue salesmen. whoso want to; but don't He-fu- se unreasonably priced will 1m. helping to L. down to sea level. Lives Up to the Symptoms. Vm ran nearly mIivfij tell u man who Is tnrlng frots) this unrest." abl Jud Tnakln. "by the way he manages to put In tmre time reeling In the neighborthan anone et hood." A dor. Net NoMidays. of qiMiity Klcltwllr wore maks cither to protect ttiHr cotiiplex-htu- s or out f mwlesly to present them from belHg rieocHll while out of Mille Csrly Onktt Makers. The nnrteeit Msnder of ('rest Itrlt-al- n were fnWMt hmket makers and their wares i of its USE CARAMEL IN FLAVORING It May Ot Used Successfully In Custards, Ice Creams and Many Other Table Dishes. In the old days a poor appetite was a cause for complaint. Now it is l was rititsHtty making nmipll-liieutrenmrli Inteniled a Ilavlwg il4tliiiilbet himself g In nn unHMiHi ilegri ilHrlnc n ament Fraternal friendship. ery neruii curate of 11 In the palnce temperauk-Hun- er rHly of Italy mnm IbefM s. with tho Mi'ii nf were inmle nf Ihoir but maile nf sihI sHr ltd mureil IM ilmsl: arnrior f Titer aelltlitn mosH-facture- gnth-rrlli- one for thanks. Some people live for themselves alone, and the world Is generally clad to leave them alone. No, do not brine us a spud on sub. scriptlon. It might strain our bank account to make chance. - ' rf ssssffsJirK B'VWM' 1 PSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSi 45sMHHR &tftssKsssssssssssssH lVVsJsssssssssssssssssssssCss There are so many funny writers s in the press their stuff is becoming anything but funny. now-a-day- This is consoling, very consoling. Cable advices tell us that food .prices over in Japan arc coming down. sssssssssssssHsssHssssssssssssl p" "IftHsssssssssssssssssssssssKSE 9tsLssssssssssssssssssssssssiLsK i2rsEMsssssssssssssB Msiktttsssssssssfl AssssfCT.1 Our principal criticism of our monetary system is the fact that wc haven't been able to get iur share. Hiding their lights under a bushel a favorite occupation with some people. But it's rough on the bushel. is the Usbup's (Hilare. he ws take to tiioi, for hi falling by n senter curate wln wn ime of his Flavoring, like most other grocer- riHtipatiliiii mi the unr Imwe. "Imk ies, hno advanced In price. A home- hen-'- " Mb) Ibe .eil.r lefleilly. made flavoring which Is not new but "Von are u ilonkey! Why ruiiiMit jou which Is cheap nnd always dfllclou ke'p quiet lli.liw.l of tuflkln: your e Is caramel, Its mure frequent use I remnrksf Ml ml jeu. I mhi by the United Stnte recommended to yMj mtve n a hrntlier'"" of agriculture kitchen tn thoe who wlh to economise. It may Idea Bom of Self. Delusion. be uM Miccefully In custnrde, lee It's a common thing for catiiier cream, nnd many other desserts. To make caramel flavoring, place iiiiki iu s'-- i a iieiuiieii 11111 01 In which they ire Itehl. They one cupful of sugar In an Iron saucewotili) haie you cln iIiphi among the g pan. Heat It until well browned, constantly even after the dlh has martjrs and start tmiMVUlleii to have been taken from the tire nnd uutll the them reMori-- 1 to their bo:e. What danger of burning Is past, llefore the bo.h it ull t. You nsay rliul some of jmir ml it urn hardens add cupful tiny tit it. that gel iiiiiH,r , of hot water and cook the mixture bluff and count It rrnl. There an-- too until It Is nlKiut tho consistency of some w tut eiii imi to have lli power thick sirup. Ilottlu and save for use to gUe folk Just rating They disof elerg- llbU Ml a rnarvi4,mlt fer nr rntl.tnirtetl ,)ii"rk rrel In nsl-nin- I Daughter's Cotietuck. Mother "HfcaraV nm ytm. lorihyt Tho Idea nf Mtlnc a tmy nbnea yiHi've liionn only a week. kl- - ywi' Why, when I wa V"r as a slrl wss vwlcsr wb wimsM M a by eien hobl her Imwt mull we'd known her several mwHih lsachtrr ay, "Ami tMdn't once, mother that It u.e.1 tn taki you two week t jrn frna New York to Chleaco?-- ' Yale ltent. ctn-lder- l. ! manner. Jn stir-rin- A Love Story In Jspan. hM the Amorbwn render thl,ik. iMitiHg lie, bnm slit by the au WhiI I one-four- th m when needed. Of Curing Mutton Qlvsn a Product Similar to Ham. United flutes Dpart-meof Agriculture.) If you live In tho country nndyur family likes mutton but la Inclined to grow tired of It before a whole carcass can bo utilized, why not cure and smoke the legs and shoulders? Many farmers hesitate to kill a sheep or lumb becuuso the family tires of It. or n part of the meat spoils beforo tho entire curenss Is consumed. Uy curing and smoking a part of the carcass may (hi as fresh meat nd tho remainder used at u luter h INTEREST TO HOUSEWIFE un- count worth on the mio hand and trwdy tn weakne on the other Hut that's only cculoiinl In most stance It's only the wouM-bethat srs s ilrcelpl. ttmr b that place where the hero olce iMtMue Mifl anl the heroine btu.be and loners her ejr. to see a row of nmertsk ludleatlng a foot note, -which ) ibi plnt he askol her in marry hint" That I what the Japane have done In the love scene In "John Halifax. (Jentlcmjn." so that It might accord with their peculiar sen nf ilcllrary. Wor' I Outlook. ,t Do you want your child to be successful? If so, you must teach him to save. A Thrift Stamp will start him riKht. This country Is producing one glorious crop of "favorite sons." We arc fortunate, however, in not having the locusts at the same time. (l'reprej THE by nt Sure, this world Is full of wit and humor. Uut the trouble Is most of us nre unable to tell which is wit and which is humor. When in doubt forget your doubts. Co ahead and do it. It's better to be wrong once in awhile than to be nothing nil of the time. uel date. The weather man, we note, never kicks at the roasts ho gets in the press. It's nn inexpensive method of keeping in the public eye. Our olllcc devil has delivered himself of another chunk of witless wisdom. He says the way to reduce the high coat of living is to quit living at a high cost. Some people are so public spirited they want a dollar's worth of advertising for ever)' nickel they spend in building up this town. They get It and realize It when too late. Of the average 100 men more than half are dependents at CD years of uge. Don't let your children become dependents. Start them out with the Thrift Stamp habit and they will tread the road to success. upon the size of the pocketbook. If she Is rich, she Is "temperamental"; if she is comfortably well off, she is "afflicted with nerves," while If sho Is poor In this world's goods, she Is Just an ordinary "scold". Experience Is a great school mas ter. Take heed from the down-and- outer who has paid dearly for his experience, and resolve you won't go to the same school War Suvings Stamps will make you an up.and- - ' It depends altogether lamb or mutton Is usually one of the cheapest and at tho same tlmt out of tho most wholesome of incut, but It has never been served mi extensively on tho country tablo as lu tliu city. One reason for this, doubt-Ithas been luck of knowledco of 1iow to preserve, when facilities urn unolitalnable, tho mutton which could not bo iiiton fresh before It i")llol. Cure Shoulders and Leas. The farmer who slaughters two IninliH or mature theep In placu of one of tliu hogs that he usually butchers ut home, and who cures the shoulders Utid leg, can provide tho fumtly table with meat vurluty at little cost and trouble. Uiinb or mutton Is as easily cured and smoked ax Is pork and produces a product similar to ham, according to specialist In the United States depart ment of agriculture, who have been conducting exiiertmenU In tlx curing mid smoking of these meats. The cured neat ciin be. cooked In' any or all of the ways that cured pork shoulders and hums are cooked, und add variety j 10 1110 lurm table. The Unit eentlul thing la curing Is to iiutlo sure the meat Is thoroughly cooled. Meat should never be frozen, either prior to or during the period of curing. The proper time to begin curing l when the ineut Is thoroughly to cooled and still fresh. Twenty-fou- r thlrty-slhours utter kllltrvg is tho time. Meat. may b Many different formula used fur curing muttoa by tho brine method, but the rvd'M given below. If followed closely, will give good results. For each 10u pounds of meat use: T pounds wit I oubcm stllpoUr sugsr or :V pouod ttlon water sirup Kurm-kllle-, Brine-Cure- ti mi pepper I ouncs bUck pep per Mix all Ingredients thoroughly, then rub the mixture over the meat well and puck It away In a box or on a days' tablo. Allow one and one-hacure-- for each pound the pieces of meat average. After the meat has cured, hang It In the smokehouse. I pounds of sugar 2 ounce preparing meats In this manner to o the light pieces and all the larger pieces. The reason for this Is that the smaller pieces will shrluk considerably, und, If leave only a comparatively small portion of meat. Meat meat Is better for futuro and means use thun the brine-cure- d Danger from rats und less work. other vermin Is less In tho case of brine-curemeat. Itotli methods of curing will be successful If euro Is taken to sen tbut each operation Is Following Is the protierly executed. method, or For each tUO pounds of ment. use: 1 ounce saltpattr I pounds Mil In brlno-curn dry-eurdry-cureDry-Cure- d Dry-cure- d d Allow threw days cure for each pound In a leg or shoulder; nlo three days for small pieces. For exnmple, a leg wilt take Si) days. The brine should tm made the day before It Is used, so that It will be cool. All the Ingredients nre poured Into the wnter nnd boiled until thoroughly mixed. 1'lnco the legs on the liottom of the container, shoulders next; the smalt cuts should be on top. He sure to weight down "Ills n stone or brick. Iron should not be used, as It will rust, l'our In tho brine, nnd be sum It covers the meat thoroughly. In one week tour off the brine nnd change the ment, placing the top meat on the bottom and bottom ment on top. then pour back tho brine. Itepent this operation ut weekly Intervals. If the pickle becomes ropey, toko out all the ineut nnd wush It and the container thoroughly. Iloll the roicy pickle or, better, mako new pickle. If tho old pickle Is boiled. It should bo strained before boiling. When each plecu of meat has received the proper cure take It out of tho pickle, string, and hnng In tho smokehouse. Tho temperature of the smokehouse should not exceed 123 degrees V. Hiuoku tho meat until It has a good chestnut color. It has been found more convenient Do not allow silver to stand washed overnight. STANFORD CREA MERY COMPANY. congratulates its patron s and itself once more-e- ek our checks go out this w paying 70 cents for butter fat. You who ar e posted and you who have shipped will know that's more than any-u- r body else paid. Ask yo neighbors to send their cream to us-t- he m ore we get the more we will pay for your fat. -- May 10, 1920. Corn, tomatoes nnd rice make a goo. I stulilng for pepiiers. s A feti- - vanilla beans kept In the sugar Ikix Imparts n delirious flavor to sugur. lly adding a tiny pinch of salt to milk when fresh it will keep a much longer time. DO NOT WASTE FUEL IN PREPARING FOOD Long, Slow Cooking. Best to Select Those Requiring Various Vegetables and Meats Can Bt Baked In Oven and Cereals Can Be Cooked In Double Boiler on Top of Stove. When a slow fire Is neled nil day to heat a kitchen, select foods that require long, slow cooking. Iteans, pens, and roasts ran ! baked In tho oven and cereal cun l cookeu In a iiouuie boiler on the top of tho stove. In broiling over a conl or wood fire put the broiler through tho door over tho flro Ikix Instead nf taking off he lids nnd cooling tho Arc. Use double broilers, steamers, and compartment vessels which fit over one burner on 11 gas or oil stow. Kggs or small vegetables may Ikj cooked In tho bottom part of the boiler while cereals nro cooked In tho upper part, according to U. H. department of agriculture specialists. A colander or wire basket fitted over a snucepan makes a good steamer. Vegetables, such as carrots, way be steamed In tho colander while potatoes aro boiled In the saucepan. For stow cooking on a gas stovo use a simmering burner. When soups and foods rcqulro long cooking, but keep well, cook them la largo quantities. Turn out the gas when It Is not Matches are cheaper tbna needed. gas. Turm the flame down after the boll-la- g pdtnt Is reached. Water boiling fast U no hotter than water boiling lowly. mi Hear It For Yourself TheNew Edison "The Phonograph with a Soul" or sirup Stormes Drug Store lf Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 13, 1920. AMERICAN DOLLAR No Cheaper Now Than Formerly. Prices Of Commodities Cliani Out Th. Dollar l In fWilhU Unit. In the Ilurcnu of Standards nt Washington I n steel roil, exactly three feet lone graduated ,nt0 m,n" It li ute nml nrcurnte divisions. kept tn nn equable temperature nml thoroughly protected against chnngo It Is the olTicinl nml distinction. stnndnrd nt meosurcment for length of the United States nml It ilocs not change or fluctuate. It is ns long nml no longer thnn when it wns prrparcd nml It will the some n hundred yenrs from now. The materials which nrc men. surcd against this standard mny leng-the- n or shorten hut the standard the sntne. The dollar is the olTicinl measure of value of the United States. It also is guarded against deterioration or chance by the whole strength and volume of resourses of this great nation. The prices It measures may expand or contract hut the standard of value, the dollar, remains unaffected. There is no such thing ns n cheap American dollar, or ilenr Amcricnn dollar, just as there is no short foot nnd no long fooL A piece of India rubber may be made to stretch longer than n foot or contract shorter than n foot but the foot remains the same. Prices may expand through failure of demand to meet supply or throng profiteering and they may contract through excess of supply over demand but the value of the dollar remains unaltered. It is ns futile to change your conception of value of the dollar to meet expansion or contraction of prices as it i to change your standard of measure to conform with the stretching or relaxing of the material measured. In either case there Is but one safe procedure, to cut your purchases to conform with the standard of the dollar ami to cut your material to ln Eight ragci THIRTY FIRST VRAR NUMBER 9. conform to the standard of the exact foot. That procedure can only be followin the caie of ed by one method the dollar by working and saving. If prices exceed the measure called for by the standard of value of the dollar, the purchase must be corre. pondlngly cut so that when contraction through incrensed work and production occurs, the resultant opportunity may be seized. The safest way In which your standard of value enn be kept Intact and preserved from deterioration or disintegration is by regular consistent saving nnd investment in government securities, Government Savings Stamps nnd Treasury Savings Certificates. The banks in mnny cities have the Government plan of selling, Treasury Savings Certificates on the Installment plan. In cities where the banks have failed to cooperate with the Treasury Department to this extent, those wanting such securities may obtain full information by addressing the Savings Division. Treasury Department, nt 210 North Broadway, St. Louis. mlopted al, the ultimate consumer, who usually bears the burden of taxntlen. The Democrats are contending that the revenue shall be derived by n tax on war profits, nnd not Individual sales. They believe that those who were made rich out of the wnr should furnish tho money to pay for the sacrifices of those who served In the wnr. They point to the fact that the war created 2S.00O new millionaires In the country, nnd it Is these men, not the common people, who should bear the burden of this new taxation. This is the iifue, stated briefly, which Is now joined in the House of Representative nt Washington. It Is but the repetition of the age old tight between Democracy nnd Republicanism. Democracy, the party of the masses, believes In taxing the classes. Republicanism, the party of the classes, stands for taxation of the masses. just Mr. George K. Stephens, who has come to Kentucky from Illinois, wns selected by Governor Morrow for the important position of his private secretary. Mr. J. W. Cnrr, who it Is understood claims no place nf residence but the good Republican state of Pennsylvania, wns appointed as Director of Physical Hducatlon (whatever that may mean,) nn office created by the recent General Assembly. There nre said to be numerous other Instances of this kind, but those mentioned nbove will be sufficient to illustrate the difference with which the Republican Party values the services of those who are proud to claim Kentucky ns their native state, and tho very tender feeling which Governor Morrow and those with whom he consults above appointments have for these adopted citizens from the Republican states of Pennsylvania, Illinois nnd Michigan. However, in view of the Influences which seem to be dominant In the A Fundamental Difference. The latest thing In political the man who sees no longer any difference between n Democrat and a Republican has to look no further than the House of Representatives nt Washington to find an Is sue that has been fundamental between the two parties since the day of their birth. A bill, providing n bonus of something like $2,000,000,000 for soldi, en who served in the late war is to be passed, nnd the House is just now wrestling with the problem of where to get the money ta meet the appro-priaUo- HON. RICHARD P. ERNST. Covinnton, Kentucky, May 10th. 1020. For Home time past it has been known to many of my Republican friends throughout the State that I would lie a candidate for the Republican nomination for United States Senator. I now doflire to make public announcement of the fact. I keenly appreciate the responsibility ami importance of this high position, and, in the event of my election, I will give to the duties of this olTice the best there is in me and will represent the people of Kentucky and of the United States to the best of my ability. desire, also, to take advantage of this opportunity to express my sincere thanks to the many Republicans throughout the State "who have, without solicitation on my part, so kindly and K'enerously olfered me their support. HICHAM) V. KltNST. Advertisement. 1 n. The Republicans propose that it shall be raised principally by n tax to one per cent (the exof one-haact figure yet to be determined) up on all sales made in this country for the next year The tax would, of course, be added to the cost of the article, and would fall upon that oppressed and long suffering individu lf The voters of Kentucky would do well to the outcome of the fight In the House, and sec for themselves how the representatives of the two parties line up on it. The Democratic party hns no de sire to persecute legitimate business, but It believes that the man who grew rich out of the war should pay its cost, nnd that it should not fall up. on the great masses of our popula tion. g wit!i The days of all the sectional feeling which It engendered have passed, but we fnd the administration of Governor Morrow in Kentucky fully emulating the example of his political ancestors of the period of the Civil War. It is signifiant that many of the most important positions of trust which have been filled by Governor Morrow have gone to men from Northern States, some of them not even claiming Kentucky as their residence, while others have lived in the State for only n brief period of time. enrpet-beggin- Dr. W. A. Ganficld, who is a mem- ber of Governor Morrow's Board of Control, is a recent arrival in Kentucky from the atc of Michigan in which the Republican party not long ago distinguished It self by buying a United States Sen ntorship in the open market. Republican Party In Kentucky at this time, public criticism of Governor Morrow should not be too harsh. oligarch of the The Republican Party in Kentucky Is a man who Is but a recent arrival in our state from Indinna where he was well trained In the prntlcal school of Republican politics of that state. Mr. Hert, having joined the Kentucky Republicanism to the Republicanism of Indiana, now proposed to annex the state of Ohio by the nomination of Mr. Richard P. Ernst who, though ostensibly n citizen of Covington, is an active member of n Cincinnati law firm, a member of clubs and other organizations in that Ohio city nnd naturally has his chief interests there. Mr. Hert with nn ambition for power In the national councils of tho Republican Party may be play. Ing a subtle game In the appointments of theso exotic Kentuckians at the expense of our native citizens. With a Senator from Ohio, political appointees from Pennsylvania, Michigan nml other Northern states, and himself still a ruling spirit in Indiana ns he Is tn Kentucky that Cabinet job mny yet go to its proper place. READY-TO-WEA- R GARMENTS 25 at a reduction of Per Gent Reduction READY-TO-WEA- R Owing to the very backward season and to the fact that we are to move into our new home in a few weeks, we will close out our entire stock of twenty-fiv- e GARMENTS ADVANTAGE OF THIS WOULD per cent. SHOULD TAKE OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS RECKLESS REDUCTION AND SECURE FOR THEMSELVES A SUIT THAT 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. Dickerson & Son Where Fastidious People Like To Trade. This Firm is backing that great organizationTHE AMERICAN LEGION. t The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday May 13, 1920 BATTLE ON BARBERRY IS BEING CONTINUED j Approximately 2,000,000 Plants Destroyed in 1919. Federal and Stat Authorities Com. bine to Protect Wheat Against Black Stem Rust Other Crops Art Attacked. (Prerared by the. United sutea Depart merit of Agriculture.) Approximately common 2.fKV.000 linrlMTry htiMicN were dug tip and de- More than lot tW SllDOlV VOUf btuldiflK UJKon so nectla you get a great deal more than just nds i nwny fect of lumber bundles of r hintfe-pouof naUs or panels of Beaver Board. The Good Sense of This Sedan Only ICO TiipltM Spnnc Povndi Heavier Than the Tourinj Car. Ride, on with Contort of Heavy Car stroyed diirltic imp In connection with the combined effort of federal nnd stnte nulliorltle to protect wheat npilnt Mnrk stem rut which rontint mrvlto unlcM It ta nlilo to fin-ni-l one Krlixl In It life cycle on' tlio leaven of tin common barlierry. For thl year tho federal jrov. work I lie e eminent territory lut appropriated In which the flsht wa $1NM. The car- EVEN SUMMER EVENINGS sometimes arc cool I Dust sometimes blows 5r rain. You drive more more chances "with weather. And summer clothes, especially women's clothes, soil easily. Then isn't it good sense to buy a Sedan Now? Instead of a collapsible top which you never lower, Sedan provides a thick the Overland Four-Doo- r top with greater coolness in hot sun. permanent Plate glass windows give ycu control of your com- fort but never cut ofT your vision. Triplex Sjrings make touring easy. Light weight provides economy. Tourxe. 593J: Roadster. S9M: Cour. ilS2S: Sedan. Price f. . b. Tolols, tuijm ta cbxstt ntteui colic MS7S ried oti coinprlc Colormlo, Imllnnii. Illlnol. Iowa, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota. Montana, Nchraskn, North Pa. kota, South Dnknln, Wisconsin nml Wyoming, which stntr supplemented the federal fund to n considerable de cree. The combined expenditure were MMUll III COIIIpllliMftl with ln slie of the menace to wheat production ! (Yrcnl illMno cxinyI thl In the t'nltctl Slnte ilcuirtmrtit of acrlctllttirt ctlmato Hint the wheat crop of into In the Pulled ."fate wa material knowledge and experience In Scrvico that helps you get the results you want at tho rlcht price. Service first in planning the work more service in selecting proper materialsspeedy service in delivering the goods. tne materials. The service You pay pays for itself In the larger volume of buslnesa customers. d it brings through you to It will b one of them. You net the benefit of our buildinj; fr Buper-wtisfir- py i I illit. rut Usiiils7si"M ConiWjt O vv K' V CENTRAL GARAGE. LANCASTER. KY. m,itfi),0u) lmhcls ty Mark nlone In nililltlon to ilaiiMiru by ecali iiihI other Thin dam-air- e hy bliiek Mem ho only lieen exceeds! In one prcvlmi Mii.on, namely In ltltft, when the total redtic-thof tl lntt crop hy thl dlMHe wn hmdiel. In uililltlon ImMiel to tin- - IIIIO ln of M.ImM of wheat tint' to raviik-- of Murk Mem of 17.MMa niM, there wii n lo I.H.irlt of oat anil t,7UM"" buMiel of barley due to tlio eauu niuv. reduced stem for r m h h h .ss 1 , i m .m !, J mm i dlrca. nit m Jtl(M Bostin Lumber Companv. e DON'T FORGET CLOVER U the most rolntlon In America. IVrn, That hent, nml clover. Imixirtatit At Japan the rii'sti are presented with any mcnt they mny hnvo failed to ent. However jrrent or mnll the quantity they mny hare left. It I carefully wrapped up, and they are expected tc take It hnrcf. Itrooklyn Knelt-- . Clcn the the cine of Leavings. fortnnl dinner Tre Wolf Cry. In f jxirntril ralsi i Tin I rvm rapl markinl out tirtMieht home hi . Mmnl A pill' for pverytlilne except ilewrt. wtrvH' vrit'. r "Why, John, inl'iml ment. Ill fnther anhlof ever li'mmr. 111..I l bow tlm thl haptH-n?Hut the other tlml-eJohn' reply within lnu'lrc l work toward ' wnr "Well, tint tlaiMy. thnt'n my wolve reply f once lhnnlet tuily." -- Kxchnnce. each other un'U lie (wck I unltcil, TltntuT "i-l-- . s vl.n Wrer He Wt Weak. o'hor ilny. my little coinin no lonKtr Whero closer I itrouii, jlililn ure heKlunlni: to leellne. their n'""" 'ni i!- iM'l t air an rort " ' r SMOOTHS SURFACE OF FIELD Planter Attachment Ptrmlta Depot Itlng Seed at Uniform Dept- hDevice la Simple. n-- Piblie Sale OF The Scientific American, In ami iteNerllilni; n planter nt liicliment. the liirentlnn of h I. Clan- on of Ottnua, II- I- nay: to plnliler Tho Invention relate nttarhment nml one of the prlnrlutl I lihjeet to provide ineilliit for evening nml amoothlni; Irtvsulnrltlet) In the loirfare of the crmiml ilue to the tmrk ronde hy the horc or to lllii"-tmll11 BPfr V ' B H T vaV 1920 SEASON 1920 Star Chester, 6470 IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER, C470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1920, AT MY TARM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY., AND NEAR McCREARY. r A Side Elevation of Equipped With the Device, Corn-Plante- LAND Saturday, May 15th, I I I mieveii hnmmloi; nml tlierehy ullow die the ilrlll to ieoklt the nt il uniform 4''ptli lienenth the hurfao-- . The device In characterized y it idinpllrlty, ilnrnlilllty ninl economy In manufacture ninl malntenunce. m-- c , I AT S15.00 TO INSURE A LIM FOAL SORE SHOULDERS One-Ha- lf IN SPRING AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. When liormn to aore Four and half miles from the Court House in Lancaster, Ky., near the tiliuuldent In the vprluc, try iret ounce of Hweet nitre, ' drop of tine. Lexington pike, I will sell the farm of John F. Marsee and James Marsee, ture of Iodine, mixed with three ounce of lard or olive nil. Clean the norv lpots tborouchly with water and h consisting of 135 acres, subdivided into four tracts. ply t tits mixture nt nltllit after co'. This land is in a stone's throw of the Lexington pike, which within Inr hn hen removed. It very ing nml henltiiK. one year will be the Federal Highway. This land is divided into four WINDBREAK FOR AN ORCHARD shape. Plenty of fruit, homes and all good ones. All buildings in Wlndttormi Break Llmbi of Trea Loaded all roofs galvanized, good barns, splendidly watered, an ideal home or When green ClvWith Frultt Ever, Protection. one-hal- Ounce of Sweet Niter, 23 Oropi of Iodine, Mixed With Oil, I . Favored. f believe I am ofTrrtni; n hore with richer blood lines than any Saddle Stallion standing nt three time the fee. He has for his sire Champion HourUn Star, who won m more claue than any horse in Kentucky durinc hi show career. Hourbon Star wrt sired by Huurbon Kinjr, he by Bourbon ( h ef nnd so nn .lon through the Thief family. STAU CHESTKIt. 070, by Ilsurlmn Star, 2312, he by Hourbon King, 17S8. he by HourUn Chief. 97C Haurben Star's ilam Klla Hodman, 2i!U, by Chester Dwre 10. ST AH CHKSTKIfS dam was KtMine 8M0, by Dare Devil. 1070, by Chester Dare 10. SmomI dam DauKhtcr, by Chester Dare, 10. You can readily sec I nm elTerinK the which ki In our creatcst Champion Saddle Hone ef the c"ny. Will ntio at the same time and place stand two treed jacks. lar, 1I I cool- Chief Napoleon, 5107 WILL STAND AT $10.00 TO tip-to- p Chif Jennet Jack. INSURE A LIVING COLT. $25.00 FOR JENNET. N'apoWan, 5107, has proven himself to be a irol homes. 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. j Jury durlns Htorni. An orrlinnl often neeil the protee tlon of on everjrrvcn wlmlhreak. Wind Mtorm hrcak the limb when loadiil with fruit or wntter unrlpcned fritit an the ground. Hy locenlni; tho force of the wind uiralriHt the orchard It I HOtnetlmeH tioKnlhle to reduro the In. Finis Napoleon, He 1 ! . FALLEN LEAVES AID GARDEN They Should l ..J Be Dua Into Sell to Rot -r n... Crops In Later Year. ' i AT $10.00 TO INSURE. hand hiBk, yelluw with white points, Wi: bone and body nml Hue head and oar. As I am stan.lini; two KM.l thk year, I will j;ive the farmers a chance t breed their sleek nt a reasonable low fee. I will retain n lien on nil eolts until season money is paid. S ares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeit Insur-onc- e and must be paid at once. Care taken to prevent noeldents but not responsible should any occur. . All my stock will be In charge of my brother, Kuiccne llrndihaw, at my home place where they were last year. 16 H Jki JAMES I. HAMILTON. CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. Many teop!e Xmn fallen leaves, wblcli Is a very watleful nmctlre. u the4 I tiive. henldeii eotilalnlni; a com vlderaMe amount of plant food, are of the k'reatent value In l(M)enlnic heavy nolln. They Mioutd Ik dujf Into the inrden to rut and help to (row iMtifcr rnm In later Walker Bradshaw. F D j No' 3' Phone 3C4.U. var. tiinimnimnMM,IIIIM(MMMMi LANCASTER. KY. . . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 1 3, 920 1 3 It's a cinch to figure why Ever Get Bilious? TnkoNRntonce. Get digestivo and climinativo GARDEN WORK IS Try This NR Tonight organa working In harmony and relief is immediate. Never causes MOST IMPORTANT Mistake to Think That Cultivation Is Done (or Sole Purpose of Killing Noxious Plants. Tomorrow Feel Right ROOTS NEED Coil "pp" find npptlff return anil jrotiWJin your liter rors fin strike and find jrourwlf entirely, completely reyou Irrl r lfk lifaila. hn rtrl tilll.ua on, tfittr! of i.rtxMine p.l eomlnir iLtnorotM mlomrl ami "r.i. Is no letter proof of tho Tlurn otir llrr with rrr' at vaiun of Nature'a nerneaV for hahlne your tmwri with alron. lul' juinra nn.l runatlpatlen t n tin out your imrtralirr. onn tit mll.l. Knil.. tinj fill TLltU ami ri i inai morn manevery tni:iin nn . TaUet ore tiar-off. ItVx i. no lUlit 1r. Itfllrf rtn Jut nif nnl klr onJ i tan ii to imuiun uoxen eota every rrnumr, ikhcui. villi II will i" n Kni'm:. pa it you v not BirMiif ii'W ro, Thr pain or i)utllic atomy h In i:ri a su i. t or Nature s nam ed (Ml Tablelal nivl taka tlin nrmcaV tJ.ll nib. Nature'a promptly am drat t ililet lunlahl. If your Taulrta) urK llnroushly, lut Id nit Inn I BBJ BK'VBmiBJBJ r nilliiall. n la stubborn or nr- fltllint, ronllnllO Id toko onn nr. I noothlnjr. mlll ttntlf. r nma tlimueh I ho nc k or an. t arli tiletit fur n Itellr Thrn tiotn ImiW V ul feel. Ynur Imiw lion i.f riitura'a named on not rll but Hi" lr awl rllmlrtntlvoon llin whole tiles - nnd will lio afln'l ir nilf rl.wlt work. you'll ayattm, th atomIn tnltr Urn fhralriilly, cvtry wa ntn. inn inwtu nnj oven on mi am-- . ahapo you tlian to Un In i nny a Htorrd up nrrumutWlons of that you n- I r t .1 mutMn vrasta and lnxlr potaun that havo very day An ih aatonal Nil TaMft rlofO'lnjr th "jitrm arn completeatom-nt- h to krp your artrm In kM rondl ly out. tho M pumrlrnt, nti.l you ran tlnn Uritmatbxfinlnfvl tl IMerroptrd l wntk of ilunti. n aril nlwara frrl your tml IUmmtr It IHUmnl Tli In, urn In r trira ti la tmtr ami 1 heater In k(rj will than Il rn juit try II iptir tin l.wU work with nw Natur a Remedy (Mt Tablrla) la nr unliuriltnnl, tha Iiu1a ha Icavra, imiM, " want that dull, "ilonay lUsappvura, cucrgy, your Kuaranlrctl uih! rccoramtndni tjr feeling druKtlaL SUPPLY OF AIR Arc Broken Up and rt !rt Partleltt BV-r- inn Plant Food Made Avalllblc for Rootlet Duit Mulch Will Retain Moliture. O'repanxl by tho United SUlea Depart ment of Airrlcultura.) Mot pontile Imve nn lilett ttmt ur-f-o nn nilllxnliil milt-lfor th of killing wcvtl. An mntti-- r of fnrt, I ln kllllnc of wrttln la Jint mt? irJ(Tt of cunlrn rulllvnlloii, ny tlio npoflnllt of tlu Unllti! Hlntp tli pnrtinitit of ncrlrulluro. Tlio rootn of lilnnta nviulro nlr Jut tho nmo a tin tin lo), nnil If llii cniunil la packoil or tianl or la Kunlinktil ovor the ai fnro nflcr n mln. tlio rontH of tlio plants will turn yollnw, nml If tint cnroil for will illc. Tl anim- - thine la Inio wlicro iln Inml la poorly (Inilnnl nml wntorloecpil. Tho witter keep out the nlr nml tho root ennnot feel tho plnntx. CiiNlrntlon lina aanther object. In nr1lclea Hint It break up the nl plHnt fixxl nrnllnble fur nml tuaki-the feedlnir riKitleta of the plant. ear-ili-i- ia 11 11 4 . llr. r-- -- 'y, da)-Aftt-r ln loin-a-ho- 1 rlf-art- gvr-w-'rl- - n l. R. E. McROBERTS, LnncAatcr, Kentucky. BBBBBBBBBBBTIaar I jjPeaTaiHSilBk' You should know why Camels ore so unusual, so refreshing, so satisfying. First, quality second, Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which yfWn certainly prefer to either kind smoked straight I Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet all the And, Camels desirable body is there never tire your taste I 1 DENMARK This npjeudiil bred naddlu horse will make the season at my place, two miles from Lancaster, on the Buckeye pike at $12.00 To Insure A Living Colt. DKN.M AltK i.s one of the best bred horse of the Denmark strain that has ever stood in this county. He is 1G hands hich, solid bay, with line mane and tail, splendid action and one of the bust saddle horses. At the ttamu time and place I will stand my fine four year old .lack, You'll appreciate Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor I For your own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any cigarette in the world at any price ! H Growth of Pottal Syttem. The Ilrat atrcet letter Imiic BLEND carton. CALDWELL $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. This well bred .lack is by Sy Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by Dr. McCord and he by Gov. Wood 3:1. Caldwell's dam is by Tom Keene he by Uube HillhiKton. This Jack is ! hands hik'h, black with white points, good bone and body. A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. If mare is traded or parted with the money becomes due. Will try to prevent all accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. . 1G-1- rn.il ara aoJ rmrvmtmn im at aof lAcaihr aaaiad Mclaiaa ot30 rafa or (an pataafaa 1 300 ciirata) in iUnttm aaa.r.a.raraa' IVa alronftr raonoioiajj til tautra tot ttm aaaaa r oMm Mpptf or Brnan yoa ierL R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wiutft-3KC ntltf 1, CLARENCE BEAZLEY, Pbone 325-- R. F. D. No. 3. Lancaster, rultlmtlnn ilurlne dry weather nult In the formation of n layer of fine dnat which errei aa a mulch or blanket to retain moljture. Ky. Cultivating After RaJna. The anil nhnulil nlwara be cultivated Jnst aa aoon aa It la aufflelently dry to be aafely workel after heavy nilna. If It la not rultlrnteil, a cruat forma, the aurface bakea and the crops are ln Jurcl. The aain will apply wherw la uel, ami It haa been found beat to clve tho o a thomuch aoak-Inthen cultivate na aoon na It la dry ennuith. nml apply no more water uns, Japanese Smoking Cuatomt. Sinoklnt; I u-rcoiiiiimii In Japan. erected In New Vork and Itotnn Atts-tin- t All the men nml mot of the Indie a Wheel Hoe Can In Some Garden! 2. 1S.V5. April n, 1SW. consreai amnke. the clrl when they Be Uaed to Good Advantage. enactiil that letter uncallnl for nre about ten yenr of nse. The ladle pipe-- , with longer atein than tlie ahould returned to the nddrcs of have Many persona, however, make the of cultlvnllne too deeply, nml by the writer when printed on the en- men, nnd If one of them wishes to eclnl mark of ao ilolnir cut ofT or Injun the feeillnc velope. Money order aervlce hesan tn ahow n rentlfiiian the United State November 1. lSOt favor, she llshts h?r pipe, take a rootlet! and iteprlvn the plant of Ita The aource of nourlahment nml aupport. waa lntrrnntlon.il money onler ayatera whiff, hands It tn hi in, and leta hlu istaMI-luthrew year later. kinoke. Krequent ahalliiA- were ml-tnsl Anything la Possible. While one man aays of a thins: "It Is ImpoMlhto!" nnd content hlmelf with anylns so, another one passes him doe It. Till Im been the history and of the world' procre PVer !ne time besaii. We ennnot say nf that It I lmpothte In thl world of Invention and endeavor. We can only snyr "It hn never yet hen done." nny-Ihlmar-vcl- THORN HILL WAGOMS Buy Paini by Ihe uayngm netnoa In huyinc paint get ono that comes out "in broad daylight" and tells you what it contains. The formula printed on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Taint leaves no doubt or mystery about this paint. U'b jrood by analysis as well as by reputation. MANNA'S GItKKN SEAL PAINT will Rive you maximum SERVICE. just "paint" your property ha vo It -- beautifies, and saves repair bills. It protects, Then don't "Grecn-Seal-ed." SOLI) 11V til nli.vilniety neceaanry. Tlie hoe nml the atwi rake are the moat Important tool for culttvatlnR the amull cnnleti. On n larger acale a wheel hoe and n hnrae cultlvntor may be uael to odvniitaRC. Kven n tivila nn occasion' hrr ally uatnl, the crenter part of the work, especially durinc do' weather, may tx means of n common Moid rake, "it la not tiecesanry to jro very deeply Into the noil, but merely' to atlr thn aurfaco. A Tool That Helpt. A handy little tool for looenlng the aoll can Im made front n plcco of thin lioard Inrhen wide nml fourteen Inrhea lone, with one end whittled down to form n handle uml the alto end pnivldeil with thre No. 0 or No. ,1 Imix nulla or wire hnida. Tlda Implement can be little liome-maduaed very wxm nfter n rnln to Ioom4ii the aurface. a that any amall rtttU can brnk thnuich. Tlio wheel hoe outnta are provided with n numher ol mid Bcratchern different ahovela mlapttil for thedllTervnt tyjiea of work-tlie jierfoniied. Thei Imptemeiitii hare the advantage that one ran 1.11 over the inirden very rupldly nnd break up the mrfuro of ttm aoll In coinpanitlvely time. It la trem orully tiecenaar'. however, to follow with tho I100 to remove any weeU that have lioen destroyed by the wheel culIiorne-drnw- to op. u 11 CONN BROS., Lancaster, Ky. tivator. Kill Weed Young. Thornhill owners constantV comment on the eac with which the wacon can be "backed up." This is due to the full circle iron. The ordinary circle is but a ). In making a sharp turn bolsters half circle ( often run to the end of the track and become "derailed." Thornhills cannot do this because their track is a circle ( O ). O COME j HTJPMOBILE "THE ECONOMY CAR" named because it uses less gasoline and oil than any car on the market. Would bo pleased to Demonstrate and prove to you its good points and hill climbing abilities. So If Juat comlnir thniugrt tho ground. allotted to become entublUluil, It l much more dllllcult to cot rid of them than If they are taken In time. If the top two Incite of aoll I kept thoroughly looacued, no serlou dllllculty In keeping out wetsli Is prolmble. It ahould be borne In mind that the time to kill weed lvlien ther an' Others comment on the fact that in spite of tremendous overloads, Thornhill axles never break. The reason for this is plain. They use touch hichland hickory reinforced by a steel truss bar that extends the full length of the axle. Still others comment that the gears never get out SOILS OF MUCH IMPORTANCE of line, ffiis unusual feature is due to one of their workmen's inventions. I Ic designed a malleable front hound plate bolted to the gears at eight poinf It's literally a jacket of iron that holds cears in line and insures light runninc for life. Where Heavy or of Qumbo Typo Hardiest of Varieties of Fruit Shoultf Be Planted. Soils have much to do with the fruit growing. It your aoll Is very heavy or of gumbo type, choose th hardiest varieties. Also plant a few of the native fruits that may txt growing la your vMntiy. J. E. ELMORE From hilly sections come reports that the old trouble of broken king bolts is unknown amone owners of Thornhill wagons. This because vt a cup and saucer arrangement on the bolster that relieves the kinz bolt of strain. To others the amazing feature is the lone life of Thornhill beds due to their location which gives them the pick of the yearly cutting of wood and due, in pan, to the fact that they paint with pure lead and linseed oil despite its high cost Thousands of owners have found in Thornhill unusualwrength where they are accustomed to weakest. Let us show you this perfected wagca. (shI AGENT FOR GARRARD and LINCOLN COUNTIES W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 13,1920 The Yandall of 527 Acres in rich Boyle County, 4 1-- Estate - Family All Well? 'Wlin , PEPTO-MANGA- miles from Danville on the' DanvilleShakcrtown pike at 2 day afternoon. Misses Flonnic Mae nnd Savannah Your Friend, Ask That, Can Lane spent Thursday night with Ml Stella Naylor. You Always Say "Y.."? Miss Allie Yantis spent Sunday at BUILDS RED Ijtnrnstcr, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. BLOOD William Mr. Green Poynter sold a fine caw nnd calf to Mr. John I'rather last week. Price 1175. Miss Stella Xaylor was the nttrnc live visitor Sunday of Misses Flonnic Kmbry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Davidson. Miss Acne Henderson, nnd Mlsse Alberta Graves and Mary Agnes Brown, Master Charles nnd Lewis Brown were visitors .Monday of Mr. guets of ' The Happy Family It Th On Whtr Everybody PUBLIC AUCTION on the premises, at 10 A. M. Hat Red. Blooded Health. I t j j THURSDAY, MAY 27th, . Yandall, wealthy New Yorker, who hat uted thil farm Thl, farm hat been owned for year by Mr. ery year. improving the toil and adding many Improvement! Several hundred yard, from the pike, a beautiful Colonial l rick houte, lurrounded by forett tree,, a beautiful macadam drive with tree, meeting In an archway over the driveway, ,uch home, making the blue gratt famoui. An excellent Water Syttem with large watering trough, in every field, macadam drive,, ahrubbery, mod. every improvement a uteful auet to the farm, not a rich ern dock bam,, ,llo, tcale, and five tenant houe man', watte of money. IS VERY RICH. IN A HIGH STATE OF CULTIVATION AND READY FOR TOBACCO THE SOIL OR HEMP. THIS FARM TO BE SUBDIVIDED AND SOLD IN FOUR SEPARATE TRACTS. TRACT NO. 1 Containi 200 Acret. The improvement! contitt of the Colonial brick retidence of nine room,. Thl, home I, built of the bed material, You enter a large hall, which run, the full length of the houte, with two large room, on each tide, all woodwork finithed In white enamel, hardwood floor, al,o large dining room, Sun Parlor or Sleeping Porch, a large circular (fairway to pantry, kitchen, etc, at the rear of the hall a cloted-ithe tecond floor. There are 4 bright attractive bedroom, with cloiet, and a handiome bathroom. The home 1, equipped with expemive electric fixture,, the electricity furnithed from the Danville circuit. Two very large ttock barn, A good tervant houte with all necoiary outbuilding, in excellent condition. on macadam drive can be u,rd at tobacco barnt, holding from 15 to 20 acret of tobacco, alto four good tenant houte, with outbuilding,. 17 ACRES OF TOBACCO LAND BROKEN OUT OF BLUE GRASS SOD, AND 75 ACRES CROPi TO BE SOWN IN CORN. THE PURCHASER GETTING THE LANDLORD'S INTEREST IN SAME. 45 Acre, now in wheat town to blue gran, the purchater getting all of tame, the balance I, in old blue gra tod and meadow. There It tome rough land that it given FREE in thit tract, it will be included in the deed, but not included in the turvey to be paid for. Thit rough land it very valuable, at it hat a great abundance of large timber, alto tome virgin toil which can be eatily cultivated. Thit tract I, in a high atate of cultivation, it ready for tobacco, hemp or any other crop, and it well water ed. Landlord't pottetiion on date of tale, including full pottetiion of the main dwelling. TRACT NO. 2 Containi 110 Acre,, adjoining tract No. I, ha, very large pike frontage, it improved with excellent dock barn and large concrete tilo, the barn will hold about 15 acret of tobacco. The purchater having the right to move a nice neat cottage to thit tract from tract No. 1, for a dwelling. CROPS! 12 Acret of tobacco plowed from todj 35 Ajret of corn, 20 Acret in wheat town to blue gratt, f and 3 Acret in potatoet, the purchater getting the landlord't of the tobacco, two.thirdt of the corn, and all of the wheat and potatoet the balance in clover tod. Thit tract it all ready for tobacco and hemp and it well watered, pottetiion given on day of tale. TRACT NO. 3 Containi 127 acret with wide frontage on pike, it well watered and ready for all cropt it very rich. IMPROVEMENTS) A good 7 acre tobacco barn, tame to be filled with tobacco grown on old blue gran tod. 25 Acret in wheat town to blue gran. 50 Acret in blue grat, tod balance in clover tod. The purchater getting of the tobacco and all of the wheat. Thittract it well watered, very rich and ready for tobacco. f hemp, etc, pottetiion given on day of tale. TRACT NO. 4 Containi 90 acret hat broad pie frontage, St all in clover tod, and it in the highett ttata of cultivation, every acre it ready for all cropt, and ll we" watered. Full potieation given on day of tale. All of the above tract, will he ABSOLUTELY told on thit day, a, thit i a DISSOLUTION SALE and will be told for the high dollar regardleit of the weather or price. L.-P- for ttock-raltin- g n ONE-HAL- F and 'Savannah Lanr. Children should not be pale and Mr. nnd Mrs. Xell Wnlton of near wnn. Women should not lie tired, Judson spent the day Sunday with Mr. weak and blue. Young girl, ihould and Mr. Ollle Graham, nnd anemic. not be tallow, little Mr. ami Mrs. John Lane ami chil Men thould not feel nnd dren of Judsen spent Sunday with poorly. Ijinc. Poor henlth nnd lack of vitality Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. nnd Mrs. Mlley Ileniley spent are often merely the rciult of Im Thursday night with her mother, Mrs. poverithed blood. GuJc's it for peo- John Bronddus of llynttsvllle. ple whose bodies sutler from lick of Miss Alberta Graves of Paint Lick proper blood nourishment. after n visit to her sister, Mr, Broun, has returned heme. enriches the blood and In- create the number of healthy red Mr. Joe Pratlter bus returned afblood cells, which nre to necessary ter several days visit with her mother, to carry the proper nourishment, Mr. Victoria Anderson of Uncoln. vtgorousness, anil strength to every Mr. and Mr. Charlie Tuttle were part of the body. entertained Sunday at the home ef It contain the very properties Mr. nnd Mr. Cy Foley of llackley. that arc to sorely needed tu build Messrs Alves and Walter Turner of up thin, watery blood. Phyilclan Indianapolis Ind., spent several day call it the Red Blood Builder. the past week with relatives here. For your convenience I'epto-MnMrs. Tom Doolin nnd little daughKan is prepared In two form, liquid and tablet. Both contain exactly the ter Misses Cora and Flora were Sun-iln- y guest of Mrs. Mrs George Carsame medicinal value. rier. Intiit on the genuine I'epto-Mnn- Misses Mollle anil Ethyl Bnrno Kan. To bo ure you are buying the genuine ask your were Sunday af'rnoon visitor of druggist for "dude". And be iiure Mesdame Milton Ward nnd C. R. the name "Gude's" is on the package. Henry. (Advertisement) Mr. C. It. Henry nnd children ar. rived home Sunday oftrr spending n week with Mr, nnd Mr. Robert Ward GUY. run-dow- n Pcpto-.Mnngnti I'epto-Mnngan Hoi-ma-n I'cpto-.Mnnga- Green Poynter. .Mr. Cecil I'rather was operated on Wednesday at the Danville Hospital for appendicitis. He is getting along fine and hi many friends hope to see him Imck oon, entirely well. Little Ml Willie Francis I'rather and brother Mnster Colli O'Neal, ac. campnnlcd by their nlother. Mr. Koy I'rather, pcnt a delightful day Wed-nesd- v?lthMri nnd Mrs. William Walker. Mr. John C. llrimdilut, who used to live in this neighborhood, but now re. y side) on the Richmond Pike, i 111 with r"o""M,"B' w m"ny friend here certainly Iwpe that he on recover. wlM Mr. ami Mr. Green Poynter gave an elegant dining Wednesday in honor of Itev. and Mr. 0 .1). Slrother, Mr. Aln ml little son, of crit-rall- one-hal- Mr. James Yantis was with Danville relatives Sunday. Mrs. Robert Ynter vWtcd Mr. Henry Yntcr Tuesday. Mr. Marry I). Klcc spent Sunday with Lexington "friends". Mrs. J. U Yantis was a visitor on Monday of Mrs. William Walker. Mrs. Ben Smith spent n portion of the past week with Mrs. J. P. Foley. Mr. Tom Turner wns the dinner guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. James - Yantis. Mr. '.. T. Rice of Richmond visited Mr, and Mrs. llascom Pelphrey Sun I- one-hal- fred Poynter and children wrrn also All spent an enjoyable d.iy. Ijist Monday afternoon, In Kirk-villat the Home of Mr. Pave Henry, Mnster James Milton Henry, little son of Mr C R. Henry, wns on the perch playing with Mr Henry's dog. The dog lot the little follow several timet on the right aide of hU face, one bite going thru the eyelid, and another severe lute above the eye. At first it wm thought the ey wo bttton out mi tirrl). When the accident secured, not a doctor wm near, so the tittle boy wm hurried to lite Gibson Hospital at Kiehntond, where he got every attention, after the wounsk were washed ami driooed Ike It was fount! that he was not doogoroutJjr hurt anil ike eye not aftoctml. The tittle patient ef Kirksville. is getting alomc now- M leery, to the ile-Mrs. Carrie Davidson returned Mght of hi many friend home Saturday after a ten day visit with Mr. nnd Mr. 7.. T. Rice and fam You need to s e becauic if you ily of Richmond. In n fse U'U'll nc.! Mrs. Juntos YnntU ami two sons, Matters George .ind llrrscheL spent a' pleasant day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. MONET CaCK Mr. Turn Doolin and daughter, Miss I Allie, nnd Mr. Oscar Lewis spent "", ei ea eas, sun, fvg mmr a i Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kay octWf Mitt lailtM Mynl'i 5U tfiir UsrJ ba h on the Danville road. drnl U ikh cx. Ywnti Mr. and Mrs. William Sutton and Gmmrmmt. Tiv ll mt ami iokt Mrs. Carrie Davidson attended church TODAY nVeJWet STORMES DRUG STORE. nt Lancaster Sunday, and were dinner prevent ss - Buckley-Gear- y 125 Realty Co., Agents Phone Eatt Main Street. Opposite Phoenix Hotel. 3252. LEXINGTON, KY. ALLIGATORS IN MUD Like. "Blue Sky" Men Bobby Learnt Lengtht To Which Thoie Who Prey Will Go To Accomplish End. By Mary Leon. "Now mother, it is a rainy evening and just the time for you to tell u another animal story," Bobby re- minded his mother a few evenings hnd dimmed the pecan grove investment. "All right; Betty get your doily to embroider, and I'll get my darning, nnd Bobby you con untangle this thread for mc nnd we can all be accomplishing tomething at the same time." When they were nil settled Mrs. Blake began: "You know, Bobby," she said, "Your telling me about that pecun man reminded me of the habits of some unlmnls, and among others of crocodiles and alligators and so I gucu I'll tell you about these as you and Betty probnbly have not heard." "That's a funny comparison," oh. lerved Betty. "You listen nnd you'll find that mother knows," returned her brother. "I merely meant In the matter of deception," explained Mrs. Blake. Some animals deliberately plan to deceive, like some men, and alligators and crocodiles ore that kind." Both children listened eagerly a their mother continued: "As you know they live in water. Well, when they get hungry they coma, to the edge and lie sunk In the mud. They are mud colored anyway they look like n log or a drifted tree trunk. They lie thus perfectly stilly They make no movement-whatever. They seem Innmin-at- e To possess no life whatever. "Not even when they see their prey approaching do they stir.' Their game is to wait patiently until they are sure of getting their dinner, "A wild pig, or other animal fond of rooting in the mud tome along. He sees it and thinks it Is log but still he keeps his distance nnd keeps his eye on It constantly. "It doe not move. lie come a little closer, itill rooting, and still after they wntching. No move or stir from the log. Surely it is a log nnd there is no danger and there is good rooting always nround an old log. Closer and closer he comes and the log vttbout qoniioa U Hum'. Salt fell, lo the Met meat is perfectly still. ' tlbmi. Tltrt.Rurira.'lth.rtc tVe I "But very suddenly when he is tmratfwcoirtcnlbKMMht Itnlmnii luUri llunt'.Sl, quite near he is struck a violent blow irlirved hundirdt m? tun You cen't w oi, wi with a long switching tail and is ilatowiUaTOUAY. INkeJW. thrown in a dead heap. rar Ml locall j "The alligator or crocodile, then Tv R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaitrr, seizes nnd shakes him and carries him beneath the wnter for a feast. Show us one penon who has be"They surely have lots of patience come rich through wild speculation, and go to lots of trouble to de- and wc will show you a dozen who ceive the pig," said Bobby. have become rich by saving. "Yes, agreed .Mrs. Blake, "but not There's a world of contrast in some to more trouble than men who try to deceive and cheat. Very fre- families. The old man laboriously quently It takes more time and en- works himself from the bottom to the top through years of toil, and his sons ergy to be dishonest than honest. "But what I want you to learn start at the top and toboggan to the from this Is that you must not trust bottom with a whoop. appearances too much. Consider j well before you get so far into any-- 1 thing that you can't get out. Look A at things from every angle and always weigh n new proposition well before you try it. "Ask somebody who knows and whom you can trust Her MotWa Heae, Styi T&i J until you are old enough and experienced enough to rely upon your Geergia Lad, Regudiaf Ikclc- own Judgement." Draught. Reiki Froa Heai-sKt- e, "Well, the pig couldn't nsk," laugh. j Malaria, Ctilk.Eic. ol Betty, "because all the experienced pigs were eaten by the alligators Ringgold, Ga. Mr. Cba. Gaston, and dead pigs like dead men tell of this place, writes: "I am a ussr In fart, of TheOford'B no tales." It was otio of our family uodlclntx "There's one thing, though." said Also In ay mother's borne, when I Bobby, I'll never have to ask about was a child. When any of ua child' and that is safe investments. I'm ex- reo complained of headache, usually gave us perienced enough now to know that caused by constipation, aho which would a doso of Uncle Sam's word is the safest to rectify tho trouble. Often In the rely on, and that 'slow and sure' is Bprlng, we would have malaria and of this kind, w a motto for saving and investing ns chills, or troubles pretty regwell us for other things and I'm go- would tako ular until tbo liver acted well, and ing to give a wide berth to all we would soon bo up and around smooth scheme, ho matter how much again. We would not be without It, they look like the ronl things, and for It certainly baa saved us lots of a doso of stick to Unele Sam's bonds and doctor bills. Just so well saves a when not Treasury Savin lot of days In ted." Certificate." has been Tbedfonl's "Bobby's awful wise since Inst In uso for manr years In tho treatwek," tented Betty. ment of stomach, liver and bowsl "Hush. BetUy. It's a mighty smart troubles, and tbo popularity which It person who, loom in one lesson, I'm now enjoys Is proof of Its merit. If your Brer Is not doing; Its duty, proud of Mm. I hope you do a you will suffer from such disagreewell," corrected Mrs. Blake. able symptoms as headacho. bilious"No poean man ever made me ness, constipation. Indigestion, etc., forget Unele Sam," pouted Betty. and unless something Is done, serious "Well, ate that nothing doe," trouble may result. has been TbedforU's said her ;nother. found a valuable remedy for these troubles. It Is purely vegetable, and With grave diggers demanding and sets In a prompt and natural way, proper liver receiving big inrreaies in wages for regulating tbocleansing to Its the bowel of functions and Jigging our graves, one wonders i Itnburitles. Try tt. Insist on Thd-ford'taw original and scsuist. H 79 whether it is cvm worth while to die. Hmy back fc Die ItlOItd Sae TIHE pVERY Diamond Tire on a car and there are 2,000,000 of them in use means that somebody has walked into a dealer's .tor., and bought it Often to rtfltice tint .. FAMILY oflirrt. TliU fact U obvious kino.Diamond Tires du not rome original equipment on - BSii fSf MI '7 V 1 ' MEDICINE b Nas short, actuali service on . ss Adjuinncntna.lt Black-Draugh- xi ; JmmUw 'J Tl' MM Mf A. - Bll f II I I ) t ' I J Black-Draugh- t, Black-Draug- Black-Draug- Illack-Draua- Black-Draug- Wm. MARSEE,' Lancaster, Ky The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 13, 1920. WE HAVE WHEN AND HOW TO PLANT GARDEN CROPS IMM i ill' (' ! lii'i ' n j Provided the Feeds Tlint you need for spring use. Your Cows, Horses, and Milieu need a change of ration which serves as n tonic. TWO OF 'f.m ar " A KIND 1 n '11 FOR THE COW We have Mixed Feed, Uran Short, Sweet Fccdi and Shomockcr a balanced ration. m m w J " LI' THE BEST TOBACCO SETTERS ON THF. M A R FT THTI A V K- r vi FOR THE HORSE AND MULE We have Green Crnsa, Sweets nnd Onta. FOR THE HOGS We have Mixed Feed, Middling, Corn and the IJnlanced ration that mnkun fat and produces thrift in your herd. Has everything in it a hog relishes nil at a fair price. Slio-moclc- cr, r t ,Uf I v.,. ; Plaelno H'rrparri Garrard Milling Company 3 LANCASTER. KFNTfirKY 8edt In a Furrow (Not . rAulnn How the Straight Row Was Made), and Ilia CiJ. 1J It O.I I I THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford O.-- T Tru's r. a ;v fit ..'.. "beast of burden" r.. surely hat the "rishr i way" in ettr; Unc cf buiirca activity. For a!l trucking jwpoe in the city nnd for all heavy work on the farm, the F.rd One Ton Truck c by tlin United Butt Orpoxt. tuco It very nnxccrtlllo to heat, nnd mrni or Agriculture) It In illlllcult to crow It Kntlxftietorllr Common garden crops nre dlrlded nner tiio uentlier linn becomu hot, by tin I'nlted .states department of I or thl mm m t n crown rlculturespeelallMs Into four croup. fprlnc nml n fall crop. Txvo or ns thrw. gard I he lime of planting them planting nt Interval nf ten ilay or In lln ntHMi ground. two lTcoko In The first group Include the v'c-tah- le two In nutumn prlnc nml n ilantlnc or rhouhl ho huttlclent for Unit will wllhttntii! consider-utilthe neel nf the onllnnry fnmlly. frot mill whlrh may bo plumed Planting Second Group. two or three wwki before the danger The; croup, Inclmltnc enrrote, past In tin- - spring. The hei'tn. of frot pnDnlti, rnillflirK. Milclfy mtiiiiiI croup, tir iM'tnl liarilj- - crop, wrinkled jiih, rptnnch nml early ! tlnyn Mw. or plantitl a innjr nurrt corn, tuny he plnnteil shortly nlxiut tin- - Urn.-- , that the laM kllllni; liefort' proliMi time for the latt fnxt In likely to occur. Tin thlnl uprlnc tho Tho plnntlnc of thews unmp, tlioc ciiKlly killed liy front. , cropt should lo to tlme thnt they plnntiMt until nil ilanci-Miould not will oenM front nml yet Im itnrtel ':ro,,,,'!jt nt early fr,.,'".."V,r-- , T.'"' polhle. Tl.n wme ' '. Plantllie inetho.lt nhoulil ho follow .. . .' i '" ," n for th.' extremely curly cnipt. m.I nn.l lh. air are than.iiB.ljr wartu. Fr0,t e 1 U-- TIGER SETTER fnt. if 1 r 1 : '.' ' ' . """"" " . - "' . . V ', P l. i thoe ti... ti.mi cn.up nr came,, fTv, or Hint nhoiihl not ho plnnteil Whtn pt )f w until otilmi turnip., hieti.. lettuce an. They may he plnnte.1 .et, cahhac,, ant., kale rnrmil,,n, mu-tan- .,,,.. u. with iu manganese brunj,; .onrsrivc and every other Ford merit of simplicity ii strength in ccrwtruction, cooacmy in it; cratiun, low purchase price, stands head and shoulders above any other truck on tlw market. Or- ; in and let's talk it over and leave yourorderfuronc. - ,u r ney ..r ...r..- - Iau... ., ,.. k ,, ,,,., rnn,nouiM. , nnmmrn okrn. mvUs nni, tn. T,,p wily Injuml ,pnm. ' d.n, hy the tlm.. ana c no to Funac-- . hy fnt. ,o ..re mBfn Haselden Bros Garage. Lancaster, Ky. Don't Follow Moon Rule. Some Konleuert formerly believed tn planting Midi potntix-- s and certain inner gnruen cropt iu me pnMT pnnse or the nmon. 0110 seem to, one-- , Know now uie out moon inauii. oui u wvina to uaio kbck in, """J !"" i .o ui-or- TO ' rz fool ami hit money aro soon The man or woman who put. tome money rccardlcu In V. S. S. will tln.l that the money will stick t Play tafo' Stick to some of iim A ptrted i ur money the V S, S, way, ltecardle5 of the League of Na tiont, military training or the tarilT, Americn needs frugality to make it n sound nation I'rcv children to save They can learn through the Thrift Stamp tnnki done b'. Ktcrnal nit I everlasting I::: in and 'ay cut w.U sap the l.fe nn I ki!l the sp.rit cf the In'-- t woma'i tha ever lived, if I ,fs is far rwectcr and c jii ",uc I long cnoug j ran; n to farm where t ar ciy y GENCO LIGHT tasks cais and interesting. Vahing. ironing, cream separating and a hundred other Joyless jobs are turned into play by Uvnco Light, the compluto electric light nnd general utility power plant. This plant furnishes regular city light that is tufr, simple nnd clean. Genco Liunl will pump the wnttr, run the washing HMtcnine, the tvparator, the churn, the vacuum cleaner, cream electric iron, fannlni; mill, grindstone and any other machine that is usually opcratcxl by nana, (ienco Light will help you and jour fnmlly to do more work with less effort and in this way it pays for itself in the timo and labor it saves. I t us show you the plant running and prove to you that (Ienco Light will return more for every dollar invested than nny other machine on your farm. miik ei everybody's t srfC lK CONN BROS., Dealers. LANGASTKU, KY. the M"" lettuce, and radishes a ,rl,, "l""- w,,'rh " "aie uvin nu, i.row. very small quantity of seed Is re-quired, nnd If they come throuch I" . ' '"CTisiHing yiei.it or corn. ,' giHul shnpo. tho proluct will bo ready " ami niiractivo for use much earlier than If the plant vegelnblea""! conservation of fruit nnd an Incidental to this tin- Ing were delayed. About US or W fevt of row will glvo all the early ""tnMnir. ImiH.rtnnt at they may m ",,r ' not by nu ordinary fumlly beets v;lop n state chntnplon pig without Itaillthet may bo planted In tho rows developing himself. with c-l- y mat. However. It will be nt "u muw T" neceMnry tn rem.ive the radishes fore they begin to crowd the mas. As rflltlVI WUUULUI I. VALUAuLt a rule nullities will bo ready for ue Iu tl ris to four weeks after planting. Full Furnished to Avsrage Farm Farrt. lly It Big Item Should Not or Just about the time .mt tho Be Overlooked, have Ix'nuii to mnke a vlgorout. Most pirdenert make the! crow th. mlst.tku of planting too many rod-- ' About bnlf the fuel on fumis Uhes. or at leant of planting ton many i general Is furnUli.il directly by tho at ono time and not being nhlo to uol farm In t form of wood. The aver age farm family uca annually between the product. Toe method of grow nine nnd ten conls of w.wxl for fuel. Ing lettuce was to plant u bed along In addltton In which about thr.v tons one side or In one corner of the gur of roul It bought. The wood, It'll, and when the plants were large almost altogether by the farm, enough, to thin (hem, using the prod- represents n wry coiiMdcruhle Item. uct ns needed und leaving the re- The runt) woodlot should not be overmainder to grow larger. Tills method looked by the farmer In planning for of growing lettuce It not a desirable tho economical utilisation of the reat the plan of growing It la rows, sources 01 his farm, says the United where It ran be easily cultivated. Lit- - Ktatc department of ugrlcultur but with based upon the metho.1 of keeping time ny moons miner man ny monin. There It no definite ctperlmcntnl datn to snow mni tno moon nas any mini- ence ono wny or the other, and exp- tlenced gnnleners prefer to plant their IKitatoes nt a time when tho weather ami sou conunionH an rigiit ratner than according to the phaso of tho moon Kxperirnc, hat shown that INSPECT AT SMALL MARKETS i llie mrni iii!of .now i condltlnn Grain Now Oelng havo tho land In flrst-claShipped Direct From for planting, then proceed to plant as interior to Consumer or Ports soon as wenther conditions penult. for Export When Peas Should Go In. The dwarf or smooth varieties of Oraln Is now being shipped direct Kngllsh pens may be planted about from wnall markets or Inspection the name time as Irish txitatoes. Ilciv xdnts In the central West to the con acnln soil pn'paratlon Is important. sumer or tn ports for exports, on the and the ground should be made tine basis of Inspection nt the shipping planting. Opinions ,M,Ilfi nccnnjInc t0 nn.l mellow ,,r differ nt to the depth to which the the bureau of markets. United States Some department of agriculture. This It soiil peat should be covered. authorities claim they should be cov- largely possible, nrcordlng to the fed ered as much at four Inches, while ml gmln suiiervtsoi" of the bureau, others maintain that two to ttnvc becnune under the croln stnndanls net Inclie It sulllrli nt. Much will .lopi nd, lnpoctlon and grading under the na however, uon the chnnicter of the tlonnl stntnlanN It no longer conflncl soil In which tho crop Is planted. If MMy , l0 Iar).,.r nmrkelH Any the soil It u llcht sandy loam nnd In-- , lfTUt. IwUl. imvlnL-- .. fmiernitr it. cllncd to dry out quickly, tho Ihms ,lMlector cnn ,iavc olca, ,n. Fiioiliu Hi" cuvenn iiin-in jour Inches. Hut If the soil Is rather heavy nnd Inclined to pack closely, they BOYS AND GIRLS DEVELOPED should nnt bo covered more thnn one and omMinlf to two Inrhei. The vn rletles of ca8 having wrinkled stul Object of Club Work la to Make More Useful Men and Women Money coats should not bo planted until Is Secondary. about two weeks after the smooth vn- J rletles. They are Just u Httlo more The object of the Ixiys nnd clrla sutccptlhlo to Injury from frost and 'iTart-whe- n VniM ,a will mature atwut as early If planted c,ul' w,'rk " and state colleges the ground hat silently warmed, ;m'", " is in iievei- When to Take Chance. "'""J" ,'0',, nm' ,I," In tho case of certain gnnlen crops. " nierest in the work the Investment In seed U to., great twmv ntld the Indus. for inbln? n rlinr ivlth tl.n wenlher. "f "", e timet and pnx.ul.iy s otnon.,mt on wllPthpr or nnt lpy aro MWin,nr crnw,le.l In the plant he.1. If , , ,t ililnr Kolllnr thnm In ltii nnon rmnnil until the nlr In thoroiichly warm.il. Utile Is rallied liv nlnntlnr-- tlil r1.i f ,,nntt In tho open very earlr. The fourth group of plants, com- monly known na the plants. Includes pepirs. eendnnts. mvoyt potntiKt ami summer squash Tliese cronn aro easllr lnlnre.1 br cold nlchts and of rnlny weather. nn.l It Is nlway bent to delav nlnnt. ng them until n safe period hat been it should bo borne tn mind tlintjcertnln wUs warm up slowly In ih. (.prlnctlme. nnd that such plants ns ecrplnnt nn.l poppers nr very sus-ci'ptlnto to Injury from cold noils, heat-lovln- ? llInnK mn inw.,.vt.r ..p,,,,, I Becker & BRYANTSVILLE, I I I BEMIS SETTER WE SELL THEM BOTH AND AT I) PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE. ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK. PHONE 27. I I Ballard f KENTUCKY. 'II & The New Chandler YOU HAVE MISSED SOMETHING iv, IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN IT. A DEMONSTRATION WOULD BE A e ., ,. PLEASURE The Chandler Six of today is the result of the constant refinement of that first Chandler of nearly seven years ago - '"I ''' '" "' "' "'! """- ""' refinement and mechanical development, without radical change or questionable experimentation at any time. With its several fine new body types, its marvelous Im-- - motor and its splendid ( chassis, the CHANDLER is indeed a car you may well be proud to own. in-.- fur-nlsh-ed Charlie Sanders AGENT FOR GARR3RD COUNTY. i The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 13. 1920. REV. J. W. PETERSON W1IJL U2CTUKK, ON SALVATION ARMY IN PRISON ; WORK The Work! War in Prophecy GIVING SOME Adjutant James Thompson Works Army Prisoners In Reformatories at Frankfort and Eddyvllle. ' Paint, Pride and Prosperity go Hand in Hand- The moral and economic influence of paint it A well painted house denotes character; pride in your property and esteem of ounelf and neighbors. Paint not only promotes prosperity, but Startling Fulfillment of the Prophesies Concerning the Jews in the Last Days. Their restoration to Palestine rind outcome of the war. country. Times of tho Gentiles and Israel's blindness. End of Gentile times marked by great social unrest, lawlessness and anarchy and the revelation of the man of sin. A League of Ten Nations and the part they will take in the battle of Armcgeddon. NOTE: Mr. I'ctercon has been a minister of tho Gospel for HO One nf tlii nwt Important depart nienta of work conducted ly tho Saltation Anny In Kentucky I Hint of Ailjt. James TlioinpMoti niuimg tin men and tuuncn , fh tin- - stole pt-ri- Instltu-lion- s. n Jewiih Stntc formed n the The nations to help in building up their years, and has made the phophosius a special study. He is prepared to give you some litfht on what is to follow the world war. over COME AND HEAR HIM. LANCASTER COURT HOUSE, ON TUES- DAY NIGHT, MAY 18th, AT 7:45. A Free will offering taken to pay expenses. 40 or 50 FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. If you want to Buy a 1'arm change a Farm see Sell a Farm Adjt. Thompson ha horn In chnnte of the Salvation Army corps nt I'rankfort mid In connection with hi labors "has worked union;: the of tho Frankfort Itcformntory mul the irtnte prison at llddyvllle. Uront ntti-n- t Ion lias heeti paid to a nations I the "Hriclitrr l.iy onrmiluitlon of men ami women ftered by the Solvation Anny. H t'nrh mrmtxT uho Joins tho to near ami a rvrtllt- -- Ixmi n button ito nf ineiiihcrshlp to Tinnir on tho wall of hi coll. There nrv more tlinn Osi member of tho Hrlchtor pay In tho Frankfort Ilrformntnnr and ntHiut !Brt in Kddyvllle Adjt. Thompon conduct a lllble clan contest twice n your In tho two prisms, rontlntilnc from nix to eight woekK. Kach contestant must stand nnd repeat from memory many pav nice of Serlpturo Thoro Is keen nmons tho contestants. Uvery Sunday the Adjutant mx'iicln many honr Innlda tho primm tvutts. as well a on week days when his services , ran ho utilized. A prominent feature- - of Ailjt. Thompson's work l tho caro of needy families of prisoners who ro to Frankfort tn visit their relative Inside tho prison wnlls or who seek to see the on panlon matters. Men, women and children often land In Frankfort, knowing no ono and with little or no n raoney. Tho welcome door of the Army Ktnorscncy Homo f always open. The visitors are foil nnd riven lodcing and a ticket homo. This Is n part of the work funds for which are to ho raised May prls-iiwcot-om10-'J- hue proven their worth daring mote than fifty years. No matter the imfsce larg or small there is a Pee Gee Paint or Fiauh that wiu give you luting utuhction at lowest cost. Vuit this store sad let US aJrue, with you refsrJiat your painting and decorating problems. v Ask us (or FREE Paint Rook "11 emu ami Hois aho for Color Cards, or write direct to Pcuslce-Gnulbcrt fe Point Thm. Co., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. McRqberts Drug Store. Lancaster, Ky. Inverse Ratio. uf a imrkaav arm MNnltrr content tho lirncclnc on the lalwl sjei Mrger. J tul Tunfcln tin imh'oiI that a the 90.COO.000 It l all tl, .r !iiiii.oi aro ne,l uniiually In Groom Handles. hfiMHn In tho I'nlted l,wor iU''t iie r ArkaiKas (laxelte It !plte of all the talk atmat Laeks the Kick. If It had any. trr or Ex- W. T. KING The Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. R. F. D. No. 1. LANCASTER, KY. KENTUCKY GIRL AT SsHiBifcJaslBr SBBBLBBBLVllkBBBBBrhBUlv BOOTH HOSPITAL SSSBaKKk MSSSlSSSSSS SJJjSjTSJJJJJJfoSjSJJJJJJJJJJJJBJ Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. Declares Her Life Was Saved at Sat. vatlon Army Memorial Hospital In Covington. Not lone aco a Inulxvllle younr woman was given up for dead by prominent physicians. They pronounced It cancer. Through the Salvation Army this yonnc woman was taken to the Itnoth Memorial Hospital at Covington, conducted by the Salvation Army. For more than two hours leading surgeons of Covington and Clnclnnntl operated on this young woman while her faithful friend of the Salvation Anny corps atood by to win her hack t consciousness. Today this yotrnc woman la alive, and well and holds a fine position In a Cincinnati ofllcc. She declare-- that she owes her life tn Booth Memorial Hospital, the surgeons and the faithful workers. One object for which the Salvation Army's Homo Service Appeal In Kentucky, May 10 to SI), Is to be conducted Is to raise money for an extension to this hospltnl so badly needed. tn every part of the state am Justified In giving to this fund because all Kentncklans are welcomed tn Hospital whether Ilooth Memorial they have money or not. No person Is turned away on account of a lark of funds. Booth Memorial Hospital holds the record of caring for more charity pn tlents than any other hospital In the Unlti! States, A training school Is n part of the hospltnl work, and during the Influenza epidemic mauy Salvation Army nnpws wrr sent out into various sections of Kentucky and rendered valuable hen' Ice. Ken-turkla- WHY NOT V DEPOSIT YOUR XV 3E3 TST z and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. ISM331 MO tii ma JsastiaAiBwj JfM QI&slljiDPPPflvVptfM BV I I I I I I THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. THERE HE STANDS! familiar figure ? For over half a century Bull has been part of the landscape; the tobacco he represents has made millions and millions of friends. You can roll fifty-thrifty 'Bull" Durham. He fRAND old Hall of Fame. Can you country's JJ belongs In this think of a moro Capitol $50,000. A. R. DEN'NY, President S. C. DEN'NY, Caihler Surplus 430,000. J. Book-keeper. I E. STORM ES, Vlcc-Pre- st cigarettes from one bag. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. Bosk-h'eepcr. J. R. HARRIS, Individual HUGH MODLEY, General AMERICAN LEGION TO SALVATION ARMY WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. D. Svvlnetrond, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Eli;ott.,D!rector. J Kentucky Department Commander Bell In Strong Letter to All Legion Membtr. Ul-ri- c Ibull'Durham I CITIZENS P NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. g The way of the SAFE is the way of the dollar. It is no gamble. It is a sure thing. Follow the course of wisdom and place some of your earnings into safo keeping in tho substantial banking system of this community. Get a book today. Get the saving habit with it. duty-doin- The SAFE Way D. F. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. ' W. O. Itijfney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Wm. P. Miller, Teller. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. t. Ulric Bell, department commander of the American U'slon, of Kentucky, In a rocnt emlonwtncnt of the Salvation Anny, said: "It will not be necessary for tho American to say to the former soldier that Itu- - Salvation Anny Is u good thing and deserves supiorL It Is already well known that 'Johnny Buck has teamed tu respect the 'Sally Ann' under a stress that has tried the ft souls of both. Soldier of the Kulvu-tlo- n Army shared In common, during the late war, the same risks and dangers faced by thoso who now maku up the American Legion. It Is the hope of the Stale Department of the that the Salvation Anuy will meet with great success tn Its work and the conviction that 120 units of the American Legion In Kentucky will stand shoulder to shoulder with the Array In all good things." The Salvation Army's Uouie gervlce Appeal Is May . n 10-ltt- TOBACCO JKttiinHP Ti Durham cigarettes. I !l d U U 5 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 3, 1 1 920 7 p TOUCHING TRIBUTE Dodge Brothers BUSINESS TO SALVATION ARMY Kentucky Marine, Now Sleeping Chauteau Thierry, Sent Oeautlful Message Home to Loved Then Throw Amy Your Spray and OUwr Makeshift Treat-nen- t. How About YourCatarrh? Do You Want Real Relief? Vihyl Simply becauso you have accumulations that tt ovcrlookeil Uio cause of catarrh, and all of your treatment has been misdirected. Kcmovo the cauic of 6fR Friend. One dark tilsbt, shortly after the Amcrlrnii murines hud received their llrnt liaptlMii nf blood at Cli.iutrnu Thierry, u Kentucky boy, (lllttt-r- t Youm.', of Hprtnctleld, nit crouched t writing u letter home. In Id a It hv described to on" uf his dearest uml former teacher, I'rof. Ueorgp Colvln, wiv Slain Suierlntciid-ro- t v of I'ublle IfiIrurtlon of Kentucky, the terrible ordeal through which he Lml paMod unnilhnl. In one punicroph of tlmt letter, now n prec.ou uml ireunurvd memorial, the jouhi: Kentucky murine told of the creut work Unit hud been done during e thoe trying hour by the vnrlnH uccnclca. "Hut greatest of them all,' Ik1 wrote, '"the greutoitl Olid bet of them nil, liod bless them forewr, In llio Siilmllrn Army." Tin" lMy of (illbert Young, the today at Kinr inky bo), i brave Cliau i:i'i Thierrj l.rninitli the lllli" of I France, hut hi ill. Hiuml out to lit frtend, bm mar 'nt on In turn with I Im jtnut work the Saltation Array Is wek.t.g to arratnplMi miw tlmt sword have been turtifl Into unit pear ii. to pruning hook. Tin (ict1I1iv of tillhort Yowtg ami dux-oufrit-nuwcl-farU- ! plow-pharo- s choke up your air passages, and they will nnturslly disappear for Hut ro matter how many pood. local application you use to tem the clocccil-u- porarily clear them away, they until their will promptly cause Is removed. S. S. S. is an antidote to the millions of tiny Catarrh (Terms with which your blood is infested. A. thorough coumo of this remedy' will cleanse and purify your blocxf, nrd remove the dlscaso ccrras which cause Catarrh. For free medical advice write to Chief Medical Adviser. 101 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga, The car is so light, so certain In Its performance and so free from ne-- cesslty of repair, that the saving In delivery is actual and real. 1920. 1920. i "AUTO ZOMBRO" 2.02i The fastest stnllion that ever mmlc a season In Garrard County. "Auto Zombro" obtained his record of 2.01! Ii nt Milwaukee, Whconsin, Sept. II, 191C. Sired by Zombro 2.11 he by McKinncy 2.11 li. Dam Trlxy by Conifer. He is a red bay, 1 5 i hands hlch, sound, n Kood breeder and a sure foal getter. Will mnkc the present season nt KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. i $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Will also stand n good Jack nt $10.00 to imure. A lien will be re- tained en all colts until season money is jKiid. Not responsible for accidents. ThU stock will make the season of 1920 at my stable near the Lexington like, on the Rout Lane below the Fork Church. the who gne ihe'r live fur liberty during ttio world irnrcle will mu Ilrjantsvllle phone. trhny n lutirt In the eront Illne flra f lat to inr out It benediction upon the S.ilrjitlon Army when money I In the Swrnd Home Service Lead and Cteel Appeal nitipalgn "May 10 to ill. The Ixnd 'l nld'ti set like tel nt Snlvat ti Army today a alwnyn teMiiersrnreo In IhiuIiI air. It stands ready to help wherever there will erve n n helt- nr'nic. for exla u mill, ample. Thl behavior of ft It hw lmv tie raetnl t tnlerf very tMirnnt ten Jlint s I mo l pml 'neliKtle nt n li'h URGE KENTUCKIANS re eolnr w lend lv (tii!t nnil nfl nt te'ntwrxinrr. fur It I well ON IN BIG DRIVE nn It wnv to .e tneltel non-tHi- till rnlriMlK of olher )mig Kesituck-In- n ROBERT R. FOX, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. VM.-ln- t I r.uperstltlon. T'ie jI '" Hv of Inne for welillnc tr tireity otni-tlmt .tunn mi ! it-.i'ln- l lake ami l, rlnrv tiMiMt" sml hlee nil who ire wedded 'n .tune The clrl who heroine n Mile mi I'lirUtitHiH tiny bus nnlhlns to fitir If ii widow marries n e,nnil time In the fame month In trMi h.. n.T mnrrfed ttefore, he will tie n widow twice. lnleret In tnnrrlnce i Wonderful Natural Tm'f Spectacle. m The t.srdin cr larHI aroyl It alM'Ulel 'rlic. of In weird ami fnninMlc ptHiisrle rwl nml white Miml'toee. ihnw of ttvt hli Anmns theta Hwre than the chief fealMn- are tfcc Callmlnil the ltaUnee.1 lloek. -- tc. The of rateway of tl wr.lrn rotiM , .if r.! Mlidt'one, tmirtJHHM tin SS feet tilth. utfl ntiy far apart for s httneell thetn. the fn . - (.tn)io the acre !. u a trsrt eietii near Sr'. mm-- to riiiir Carefully Preterved. I prreum wnmU '.a The Tin' li . . i r ii nr to , rat'1 to te i',.Mnrintt ler n tree f.., f th. r lr f.T ti t'ejloo. where It I nt"rh c lamk, IVm't l.l i' i fii'-t- i :. lot. i ,ii reverent nwe. The wixwl li e ,,,,,, r'nii "f " Jifn ,h hark n le'fti ..n tMe nl bei'iiift'it j i,.MIne almot prlciHe value f itw. iave. Km pntllntt. hnt l the ! l due n rnrlty. At ( ito fmel rtel le Htm i pai- - nr ! ttnv the etv tpjlte plentithi'O i on till f.m at the ml Km- volume ie t ike ful In iv itxi j.ui My n comparatively remain, and nil theo renter A t' ,.., i to n- in a,in.n arefew , n ir numt.tfil I'd lealontly Guarded fnlr , r'-,-.r-i ty the ceetM. t nt To Op 'ew OKA Prtciout ,.r I'-- rait Vrfi i State Conference In Held to Arouse Salvation Army Home Service Appeal, May10 to '2D. for the final drive In m',hl !!. In prejiarntlon the Salvation Anny'a Second Home eil hr Service Appeal, May 10 to 'JO, In Kentucky and other atatei rant of the river, n atnto conference of workera wan lielil In UiuUvllle utj BjuBUSif BBS BK 'v" t-- SB ?BslbaH4BB n, The Ziti-Zn- Q f.-- mz Tread tM' l t l.( . Juilce Henry S. Marker, of Louisville, the mute chairman, presided and the toattiHinter wax lien S. Waeher, of IjoulMvllle, vice chairman and former national president of the Youne Men'i Hebrew Aoelntlon. Uoternor IMwln I'. Morrow, honorary tn!e chairman, roulil not he but sent n teles rum chine hN hearty and tirclns Kenluck.nna to leave no wone unturned to put In the forefront of tUnlcs In con pn-ieKen-luck- y "t f U"f l4l ! i 1 77ree Times Guaranteed EU TIKES 4 I Ohio wax Ine and tlibutlon. (inventor Jaint-- S. (.'ox J nlo M-- preventeil from nttenJ a telezrnm of emlorfe-tuen- t. llbTMl. trth I ' l ! are gnaratitcvtl uilhutt limit by tbeir makTf. Hr H M U tU eWM i ik r ' - 4 i .1. They tiro further giiaruiitccil by the records of actual performance over the mails of this locality ntiil in every other part of the country. Ami because all Lee Tires in this tectum are bought from mo the responsibility for satisfaction rct! on me. 1 take the ruk confiilently, because I know Lee Tires are all I claim for them. .My Mtccobs I'nimlnent workers from all parts of the Mate pledged thcmelvei to do their het. I'rof. (Jeiirre Colvln, State Superintendent of I'uMlc Instruction, In which delivered n Nplendld nildre-he called ujion all for renewed effort In the blc drive. I.cudlnc otllreni of the Salvation Army from thU section told of their everlencex In the actual work of the Army, mot of them hav-In- c Mned from 'M to 3.1 yearn In the rank of thl sreat orsnnltatlnn Amonc other prominent worker In the Home Service Appeal are: Iten I A4 ilcpcml on your Whether your preference i for Cord Tire, or Fabric Tires or the pateuteil, exclusive Lee I'uucture-l'roo- f (either Conl or Fabric) I know that you will gel more than your money's worth in mileage out of every Lee Tire. Let me show you one. You'll want it when you bee it. Ilruner, secretary of the tate executive committee ; John It. Don nine, treanurer; Dr. V. S. chairman of the iMsiker' bureau ; Judjre Walter V. tJresory, chairman of the puhlldty committee; Mm. C, Malcolm ltullltt. Mayor Ceorce Wrlliicer Smith of Uiultrvllle, Hon. V. I. Lincoln, Marvin II. Uwl, Alvln T. Ilert, Dr. II I.. Powell, Dr. il Y, Mulllnn and Dr. Charle W Wcdch. Your tobacco will ripen from two to three weeks earlier when set with a 7777, ieii: FRIENDLY HOME FOR WOMEN Semis Planter SOLD BY IS HELPED Salvation Army Dcei Fine Work In Loultvllle Inetltutlon For Women and Girl. W. J. Eomans We have Cutting Harrows'at prices Jhal will in terest you. See us before buying. L ' Smile at Miles1 Tires are advancing every day but we are we have on hand at the old price. LHncister, Kentucky. Tires sell-wh- at The 8uan Speed IfcivU Krlendly Home for Womeu In Loulavltle la controlled and operatetl by the Sulvutlon Amy uud Is one of the Institution to be helKs) by the money raited lu the Home Service ApjK-u- l to be made by the Salvation Army, May 10 to 'JO. many rase were Four time a -arKl for In this Home durinc the past year utnl durlne the )ear before. This work bus been enrtied on In the face of trying dllllcultle. It ha been necvjwiry to remodel and refurnlali the Home, and In spite of Oils many have been cared for. Forty-thretfrla und youni; women were cared for there durinc the mtt mouth. Only six per rent of thue cared foY are over 18 year of ace and many are under The Susan Speed Duvls Home elves a wlcome to all unfortunate Ctrl sod women, no matter from whit part 9t kutufkjr they cuius. e W. 0. hIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Residence Phone 31). Office Phone 18. Kentucky. r NO CHANCE TO COMPLAIN NOW, SHE DECLARES The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday May 3, I 920 1 i eil doei Shnpesneare say: mnnv neonle nenuire great is always a line of distinction beHOORAY! "Who steals my purse steals trash; fortunes henestly. They arc willed tween the create anil the create. Hut he who niches from me my good to them. ...... I.l .. I .! ll..l. i .Mnn) cine. arc unniiiiiK Social name The Rod Wagons The man who wants to be right Increase In population. Hut it would upon! Kobs me of that which enriehes him with hi fellows should first get right be more to the purpose te lament Of nil the curses that pray Coming. m over the depopulation of the farms. with himself. thr public the social scandal monger' And n i.kes me poor Indeed," Gained It the most accursed ami damnable Miss The man who minds his own busl- The young man who carefully pre-- j pie downtown billboards and dead public nuisance. The mnn or the nets generally finds that business pares himself fer hu life's work finds nrc proclaiming with all the 25 In woman who peddles social scandal well worth minding. plenty of work te do. 'Tls only the eloquence of the pictorial art that on to others is the most ' and pur) it waster who finds hit substance Shows Hangers (Srcater Kuropenn Fine All And centemptable and cowardly curt that The wise man listens to the opin- Hng. will visit Lancaster. Saturday, May skulks up the bnck nllcy of nny com ions of others. The feci thinks hsr The announcement is hailed the Time-High- ly and munity. And yet this own are the only ones af valuo. It has been said that the l.enlj lath. with delight by tie Juvenile element centemptable, and criminal thine is fouls who cannot enre j takes care of Of course, in the absence of sugar some of the "older boys" are being indulged In every dny. Not for themselves, but if so he has hi, while we ran always turn to our wive for looking about for their stray nephews ' a day passes but the good name and hnnds full In shepherding people whoj I the sweetness our natures crave. saying they will go nnd good character of some man or , the hnve been throwing money to the and nelcos. ' woman is dragged in the tlltlr nnd carry the children to see the animals. extravagant forms of living Some people appear te carry their ,,lr,! May 12 "I wcich j mire j,y thc,e pernicious character Hut deep down ih their hearts they Louisville. ionor in their pocket, and such "luring the last three or four years, know they would not miss the big ed HO pounds when I begnn taking who Jmvc nothlntr to lose themselves. pocket are generally full of holes. show If there were not n single boy Trutonn liut now I tipped the scnlcs and who find it a Joy in dragging I had finished omers noun to incir icvei. a vulwithin a thousand miles of I.ancnster at 108 pounds nfter Kurope is again n bunch of tinder, on show day. the treatment, and 1 feel so Rood all ture lives on rotten meat, but a sociwith every nation dreading the time Although the Great Sanger Show the time now that I don't even hnve al scaminl vulture lives on the charvhen nnother wilt apply the torch. x7 n chance to complain, "Miss Huly acter of others. And Make is one of the oldest and mot favorpeople who Some men arc so averse to recogn employe of Her roll themselves respectable will even j Vettcr, n able known of all "white tops" atthe Frame worthy nizing their own faults that they soon man Straus & Sons Co., who lives ' rff,.lve nm! r traction, the big show is visiting this on t0 othc thvC HiJr cy, l.vr, bhJii x ,ind uric acid section of the state far the first of the picture with ecomc convinced that thsy are with. nt JIM I South Seventh Street, Louis- dirty, rotten lies about good men bo-o- f troubles ..re moat lianncroui out flaw. ville, said recently. will come from time. The show nnd women. Just let n slanderous their insidious attack. Lebanon aloard its own special train "I used to be a telephone operator, report be started in our city to day A clean town creates comment. Hvd the first warning they riv but I had to Rive up the position on by one of thee human vultures conComment advertise a place. Adver. that they need attention by taking of railroad ears Many new and account of my nerve," she continu- cerning the best man or woman In novel features are apart of this Using puts us en the map. Let's ed. "I had the 'flu' last spring und the city, nnd forty tongues will be Among them beseason's program. GOLD MEDAL keep this town clean. it left my system in bad shape. wagging before nnother sun rises. It renews every surface ll ing the Ilerry family of acrobats ; (ouches- - Easy to apply My stomach was so weak I couldn't They Just have to tell it. And when Knrth holds many blessings forj the SirgrMt-Stlbotroupe af darling You'll be delighted with u. but it is net hunting yeu with stand even the lightest of foods. you trace it to them, they will say, nnd intrepid aerwluts; the Sllverten tho fine results ami enjoy I felt bilious all the time nnd was "oh, such and such a person told me. a brass band a delegation of orators. trio, dancers on a lofty double wire; doing the work. The world's standard remedy (or these the Nolsom family, gymnasts; the Ae(Jet out and hustle. smothering but I did not believe it." Then why subject to frequent fllsordnt, will often wtrd oft the Il comet In all eltct. from e spells." 21c ur. 20 Natural WooJ did you not have the manhood or and streocihen ths boje against rial Chritosens and the St. I. eons. on J U n a m e Colon. A ken mind, a healthy body nnd n further atucks. Three sues, "Trutona Had done my mother so womanhood to kill the lie or let it all ilruKcJttt. In addition there will be seen I'rof White, CoU anJ Miner. willing ess te do make a sue-- 1 t a.a fa Oka mm. Call MaJal much good that I decided to try it,,ie with you. You nrc as guilty as ever kcM Hangers collection of educated Shetrcaslee-GautbcajU Mnt m I ittllaai Co., Inc. cess of any man but it often sends myself. The benefits I gained nrc) the cur that first started lu Char-reall- y land ponies, monkeys and dogs. LounrUU, Kentucky them Ij jail instead. , better than I even expected. I ctor is something that you ennnot There will be two performance;, Anybody can spend money, It AtkFor Color Cani When I hod finished my third bottle give back. Character at 2 and S p. m., the doors oprh.rK Is n mnn's takes a wise person to save it. There is no end ( the finnneinl of Trutonn, I felt as strong as I ever cnpital nnd n woman's crown. Take an hour earlier to permit a concert wnnts of mankind. Those of us who It's always easy to take up a col- of (vopukir and operatic music h, did. And I'm still feeling thnt way. it from them and you have driven l.ave no money want It, and those lection for charity when the names My nerves are strong nnd steady now them into slums. As long as we I'rof. Fred Melvin and his mihury who have it want more. are to appear in print. nnd I'm eating heartier than ever. have slum men nnd slum women In A downtown concert will be band. I'm working nt the department store the city no man's character Is safe. given at noon followed by a series Ye, we may live far years with-u- t Ufe holds much in stare for each every day now, too, nnd I feel so If the doctors, nnd lawyers, nnd kni Hing the true hearts af our af us. but it doesn't dW it out indis- of free exhibitions on the show good all the time that I don't have preachers in this city were to tell I grounds. neighbors, but their families and criminately upon request. n chance to complain." nil that they know there I their dogs nnd their cats do. Can any one doubt the sincerity would be n dozen killings in our city Some people are always trying t of this remarkable statement by Miss before another sun down, dozens of When a man achieves fame and annex the goose that lays the golden I Friendship in many cases Is only Vetter? It Is further proof, to be add- homes would be broken up, nnd scor- money proceeds to take a noise about it he egg. while ethers are content with the deep. ed to ever Increasing volume of testi- es of lives would be blighted. But laarsaPaiUU-tetnoaU quickly forgotten. The world has egg. mony accumulating In favor of Tru- they have learned to hold their tonguA wish gratified is no longer a little use for a false alarm. A l. 4, la It Thrift not onlv builds a st rone tona. As a system purifier and body es. Slander is about all the stock wish. It has lost its charm. drlaalai n,r raira g A DDO Even one lone man can do much foundation fer the present but .tor.' aa4 rrr.r.l. vaiie VLTtvl Ijtf invigorant for use nfter nttneks of trade that some .folks possess. A eWiauee. tllUli, l.l.tloa af The wise man takes a hint in time. for the community in which he lives. es up a great benefit for coming gen- -' influenza, pneumonia anil the like, L'm 4.lf t extof eSca Awmi mnn or womnn docs m c rations. rtKli. j but when all men pull together there Trutona has proven to be peerless. not deal In the commodity. If a The fool regrets when too late. Keeeel lltr:j!ll) et.i ' is no end to the possibilities. JIM Ai rfrvtt.x. wr mcj It Bit Trutona is sold In Lnncnster nt slanderous report comes creeping Honesty brings man its own re- epwe receipt al pcM. Air castles are nil right, but put Drug Store. nlong your street, will you kill the ward, but n thief often snatchesrit j And still it is quite safe for the a foundation under them with (iov sotirtoa Qtmtr Co. ta-- 0 ukrM a(Advertisement.) venomous thing, or will you pass It away. millionaire to wear overalls. There ernmerit Savings Stamps IIASELUEN 11K0S. THE CURSE onT t. Of Scandal. I I ... Are Vetter Has Weight Pounds Feels Lauds K, , wt low-dow- n, '1 well-know- t I VICTIMS RESCUED ' die-ti- I 1 rt j StormesDrugStore y, Cracks at Creation. ? One Drop y vyivco dtn ts -. r ailS aiaSS 40CICE WEDNESDAY, MAY 19th, LOTS -- DiCKERSON CDURT-4- 0 IN THE HEART OF LANCASTER. AT 10:30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. sale. IB These lots will be sold on the ground so that you can see what you are buying, and Remember, there will be no by-biddi- ng at this BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO ISThat DICKERSON COURT that subdivision in which every lot is a site to delight the most fastidious home builder, and this is practically your last chance to zet close in unimproved lots in the heart of Lancaster. YOU MAKE THE PRICE, we simply suggest the terms, which will be very easy. Souveniors will be given to those attending the sale. MUSIC BY EXCELLENT BAND. Ladies Always Welcome, at this Sale Specially Invited. O. T. 302 Trust Building. t . Wallace & Company. O. T. Wallace, W. M. NicholU Managers. Lexington, Kentucky.