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HONORED CANDIDATES MENACES PRESS FILL VACANCY Representative At Depot Last Friday of FarJudge Hardin Is To Speak Here Next Publishers Ask Wilson Will Be Elected Demo mers Home Journal When Morning. and Rail Board To Monday. Placed At Head Of emtio National Com- WILL HE IN LANCASTER MONLUTHER NEURON KILLS ROBERT Speed Paper ShipDAY AND VISIinSTO SECURE mitteeman Ad InSTRANGE. Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelbyvllle. Democratic Party. Out On Bond. Lnit Friday morning about eleven o'clock. Juit a the touiivllle train was pulling Into the itntlon here, Luther Herron, chief of police, shot nnd Instantly killed Robert Strang, colored, the ihootlng taking place on the platform of the depot, and In the presence of several people, who daily- congregate to meet the Incoming Herron claim! the shooting was done in self defense and at the time he fired, Strange was attempting to draw n revolver, realizing his danger, he says, he fired four shots each lak Ing effect In the body, from which Strange died a few seconds later, two shots having pierced the heart, one shot in the arm and one In the shoul !er. The firing of the shot created some excitement, nnd a ruth for places of safety was hastily made by the crowd around the depot. The un fortunate affair Mas probably due to the trouble that the two had about four years ago, when Herron then chief of police utemptcd to nrrest Strange, who strongly resisted and In the scramble, wrested the pistol from the officers hand and shot him through the head, from which he Iny at the point of death for several weeks. Strange was convicted of this and was sentenced to the penitentiary for three year, where he served out his term, returning to Lancaster about two months ago. At the coroners Inquest, which was held Immediately after the killing, a pistol was found on the body of Strange. Herron gave himself up Immediately and was placed under guard until Monday morning, when he was taken before County Judge Forest Stapp for his examining trial, this he waived and with Mr. Frank Thompson as surety, he was released on bond of $2500.00, to await the action of the grand-Jury- LIMK IN BARRELS. HUDSON' AND FARNAU, FATAL SHOOTING MERCER COUNTY train. Ilro. Frank Tinder will preach at the New Antioch church, next Sunday afternoon, May 23rd, nt 3:30. Bible school at 2.30 Better Pay For School Teachers' In a recent address In the House of Representatives, Congressman Scott FcmIs, of Oklahoma, gave tome facts which make a convincing plea in favor of higher salaries for school teach, ers. Mr. Ferris said the average salary paid last year to school teachers In tho United States was $035. He gave the figure by States, which showed that Kentucky, with an average of $304 per annum, was fourth from the last, only Alabama, Mississippi, North and South Carolina paying n lesser amount. The speaker compared the $034 a year which New York state pays its teachers with thcalrles received by other crafts in that State which were as follows: $1,045. Machinists 1,650. Inside wircmen, Ilricklayers - 1,710. 1,007 Blacksmiths 1,825. Latherera Judge Charles A. Hardin, in the most notable convention of Democrats ever assembled, was unanimously selected as the titular head of the Democratic party In Kentucky. No man can be so distinguished without the county he represents being signally honored, and every citizen Democrat should feel a pride in his selection. Judge Hardin's rise has been normal and strictly American, beginning nt the first rung of the lad-dand climbing upward. He served twelve years as County Attorney, two terms a Commonwcnlth Attorney and Is now serving out his second term as Circuit Judge. His every advance has brn in recognition of pnst services. He recently undertook to extend nnd reorganize his party in the state, looking to the of all the conflicting elements in the movement. party In a His first step being the selection of a committee hailing from every part of the statr, of men and women who were not seeking office or advantage In the party, but who wrre nctunted thru their love of the principles of Uic party alone, and were willing to give an unselfish service. This committee was vetted with the power of the constituted authority of the party in the state. Through the work of this committee much interest was shown and harmony prevailed in all the county conventions, recently held to select delegates for the convention nt Louisville; which convention has Jusl pawed into history as being the most rrmarkable assemblage of high class representative Democrats ever together in a state convention. Though this accomplishment was a difficult task (as the party has suffered greatly from factionalism), issues and conflicts between the leaders, but the Judge made good and we presently have a united party, looking forward to almost certain success in the com ing contest in the state and nation. This fairness was attested by the fact that the Stanley following, iicckham following and that element in the convention opposed to any factional and personal control in the party, all agreed upon him 'as the proper man to head the two committees. Judge Hardin is a man of poise, sincere, honorable, and we think worthy of the trust placed In his hands. He will stand for the best and highest in party affairs and will give a square deal on matters coming before the committee. Harrodsburg Herald. er in In the city this week, pushing his cnmliilncy for the democratic nomination for Congress the primary to be held on August 7th, next. He wishes to announce to his friends thnt he will address the ment. RESERVE SUPPLY LACKING. NEW YORK, (Associated Press). President Wilson nnd the Railroad tabor Hoard were asked Saturday by the American Newspaper Publishers' Association to taku nctlon which would relieve the menace to news paper publication presented by n congestion of freight cars which hat followed the railroad ttrikc. "Present congestion of freight enr seriously menaces the publication of newspaper which depend upon n regular supply of print paper transported by mil from the mills", rend one telegram sent to President Wilson by T. It. Williams, president of the association. "We therefore urge your effort to obtain immediate nnd definite action for adjustment that will relieve the situation." Mr. Williams nlso sent the follow, ing telegram to the Railroad tabor Hoard: "The serious results threatening newspapers through present congct-tto- n of freight cars calls for every effort to bring nbout normal condi tions so that news print, of which there i practical no reserve supply, may move evenly nnd thus prevent interruption of publication of newspapers wholly dependent upon prompt delivery. We urge you to take the necessary stept to remedy these conditions." terim. Mrmbcrt f the Democrntic State Central nnd Executive Committees met In Louisville ycttcrdny for the first time since they were elected by the State nnd district conventions held In tauitville two weeks ago. At noon they were the guests of Col. P II Callahan at n luncheon at the Louisville Country Club. They were then brought back to the Seel, bach, where their Joint session was scheduled for 2 o'clock yesterday nf tcrnoon Senator Johnson N. Camden, of Versailles, who was elected nntionnl committeeman from Kentucky for the four year beginning with the close of the coming nntionnl convention. will nlso be named temporary nation nl committecmnn. This term carries him through the national convention and carrcs with it various form of pntronnge. Chairman Charles A Hardin of the' State committees, hail in his possession a letter from Marion E. Taylor, of Louisville, to be read to the meeting. Col. Tnylor, who had been mentioned ns the nd interim national committeeman, in the letter informed Judge Hardin thnt his phy sician had forbidden him to tnke n trip ns extended as one to San Fran cisco, and for that reason he would have to decline any honor that the State committees might desire to be stow on him Scldon R. Glenn, of Eddyvllte, wffl be secretary of the State committees. The Presidential campnlgn will also be discussed, but the managers of it will probably not be named until nf ter the national conventon. Mr. J. E. Robinson, member of the executive committee from the state attended the meeting. FARM AND STOCK NEWS. cit-Ue- ns If You llav Any Good Frm Or Stock Ntws That Will Help Car. rard Counljr, Trll It To Him of Garrard county nt the court hourc next Monday, county court day, o'clock, nt which time nt his two opponcnU Geo. T. Davis nnd Col. Frank Ripy will also speak, n division of time having been granted by Judge Gilbert, nnd each hnvn accepted the invitnt'on extended them. These three gentlemen have met on several occasion during the past few weeks and their Joint discussions ofthe issues involved should draw n good crowd here next Monday. one-thirt- y MEMORIAL SERVICES. Former Veterans o Wars Attention. The American Legion of this Post Memorial Sen-Iceat the School Auditorium on Sunday evening May 30th at 8 P. M. Everyone it cordially Invited nnd nsked to be present, they will have some good music and good speechct to entertain you. ALL VETERANS OF FORMER will hold s WARS. "Spanish-American- ", Civil WAREHOUSE Meeting of American Legion. Organizes And Elect o War Veterans and other older Veterans are especially Invited and nsked to send your name to Hilly Milter at the Citiicns National Dank, so scats ran be reserved for you on the stage. NEW TOBACCO Hurrah For Boone. lloone Sanders Is looking quite "chesty" this week, nil because the stork left a handsome boy baby nt hbj home last Friday. The young demo- crnt has been christened, "Stanley Gordon" Millinery. Mist Minnie Drown announces n Special Summer Showing of Millinery' for Saturday, May 22nd. The prices will be Just ns attractive as the show ing and she hopes her friends and patrons will call on the above date. .... ..... ..... Girls Orchestra. The Girls Orchestra, or the Odd Home at Lexington, enter-talne- d n large crowd at the school auditorium last Friday night. The house was practically filled and the receipts were something over $100. Fellows numbers Glailcr Machine tender, (printing)... Structural Ironworker Head liaker Carpenter, .- 034. as alone, is The too striking to need any argument to enforce it. When the National Association states that 38,000 schools closed last year because of inability to get teachers, wo can understand the reason. Bricklaying is twice as remunerative, and yields a return of $200 more ever) twelve months. We are going to have Inefficient, d schools Just so long as we do not pay enough to secure competent teachers, but when the salaries are raised the standards ought to be. made higher than exist today, g poerly-conducU- ....... ................ Hod (hrricr Ave race school teacher ...... given comparison, - 1,710. 1,050. 1,012. 1,002. 1,300 1,144. 1,144. Circus Day. A big crowd saw a small circus in Lancaster last Saturday nftcrnoon nnd Saturday night. It wns n regular circus crowd nnd everybody was hap py and everybody was in town. The circus was a disappointment, the menagerie consisting of six ponies, two horses nnd ono monkey. Car Recovered. Last Thursday evening about six o'clock, Chnrlct Jones, n young man of UarbourvlIIe and ton of Dr. T, W. Jones of that city, was arretted here, charged with taking an automobile belonging to a party in London, Ky., against the owners will or consent. He was placed in Jail, but released a few hour later after the arrival of the owner of the car and the sheriff of Laurel county, who returned with him that night to London. He was trying to trade the car for a Ford at Paint Lick when he was arretted by Roy Ettridge, who had previously received Instructions and Park Improved. Someone Is to be congratulated mowing the grata on the park, trimming the hedge and otherwise making it more beautiful, now when our friend Jack Storm es gets through with the finishing touches it wilt be btautlfuj Indeed. up-o- n The American Legion of thit the Officers. Hcldal Sanford Post No. 35 will Last Saturday afternoon at a call meet nt the Police Court Room in Lancaster, Ky., MayJ!7th 1020, at of the director, officer of the warehouse company were 7:30 P. M. Please bepretent and on time. Matters of importance will elected. The name of the house will be the Planters nnd Growers Tobac come before this body. co Warehouse Company, and has been incorporated, with n capitalizaDissolution. tion of $75,000.00. A business deal of unusual intcrett The following officers were elected to friends of all the parties concern- to serve for the ensuing year: A. K. ed, wns closed last week, when Mr. F. Walker, President; Joe Durntide, vice Saufley Hughes, told hit entire inter-ett- s Prctident; W. A. Spclth, Secretary in tho firm of Hudson, Hughes and Trcaturcr. Joe P. Director and Farnau, Messrs Hudson and Far Kclley, Davis Sutton, S. T. Sanders, nau being the purchasers. James Clark, Sr. and D. G. Cover. This firm wnt cttablithed about twenty year ago, by Mr. Danks HudLOCAL BAND son and has been one of the most sue ccsaful business firms in the city, Contheir trade drawing many patrons To from ndjoining counties. clave. Mr. Hughes, the retiring member hnving been connected with the firm The Lancaster Hand composed of for about ten years , running for sev eral years under the firm name of 15 pieces played for the Winchester Ri gsby-Faulk- ner. Hudson and Hughes. His friends re- Cnmm.indery, at Lexington yesterday, meeting of the Grand Conclave gret to sec him retire and hope to sec at the Mr. John Faulkner and Miss Ella him permanently located with us of Knight Templar. This band was Rlgsby were quietly married at the in Winchester a few week ago play- home of Rev. W. M. Hutchlns, Crab soon. The firm will continue nt the old ing for nn auction sale of lots and Orchard, Ky., Route 2, Tuesday nt stand, under the name of Hudson nnd were so favorably Impressed by tnc 3 P. M. Rev. Hutchlns officatlng. Farnau, are now atking nnd doubtless people of that city, they were con The groom Is the son of D. W. ,, formerly of tWj piaee will receive the continued support in traded for on that day, to escort the , Fnulkncr tho future ns hat been their fortune Winchester Commnndtry to Lexlng-ibu- t now of moomlngton Ind. nnd is t0n in the past. a young tarmcr. the bride Is the pretty and highly accomplished WOOD daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rigt- by of Prenchersvllle, Having severed my connection with Mail Route They will tpend n few day in thi tho firm of Hudson, Hughes and Far- Secures neighborhood this week, visiting nau, I avail myself of the opportunity- 2. friendt and relatives and then they offered by the public print, to thank will go to Dioomington, Ind., where tho patrons of the business through. ago a competitive Several weeks out Gnrrnrd and adjoining counties, examination wnt held in the city for they will mnke their home. The for their highly valued trado and to the position of Rural Freo Delivery- - neighborhood withes them success express the sincere hope that all of Carrier for Routo No. 2, nnd not un and happiness through life. them will continue ns customers of til n few days ago, was it known that Powell-Smit- h. the remaining members of the fir- m- Mr. Wood Wilmot had secured the ap Ranks Hudson nnd W. A. Farnau. Mist Annie Lee Powell, nnd Mr. is a pointment. The appointment F. S. Hughes. popular one nnd Wood will make Walter Smith, of Harrogate Term., May 17th, 1020. good In his new work, we daro say. were united in marriage at the home Mr. and Mrs. He succeeds Mr. Carlton Elkln who of her grand-parentC. D. Powell, on Richmond Strect,on resigned several months ago. Sunday afternoon, Rev, K. D. PalKvery one should be out to hear the meter of the M. E. Church, officiatBuys great toldlcr orator Col. Dan Morgan ing. Smith, vvho will entertain the people Mr. E. G. Creech purchased thit The bride it a very charming and at the Presbyterian church tonight. week the farm of Mr. J. W. Elmore, CoL Smith comes In the interest of lying on the old Danville road, con- attractive young lady, having graduated with honors from the Lancasthe League. taining 100 ncrct, the price given we ter High School nbout two yean ago, were unable to get. Mr. Creech will and it well qualified to assume the erect a handtome residence on the dutiet of a wife. She numbers her farm and movo into hit new posses friends by her acquaintance Desldet many contributions given and all in Lancaster to the Salvaton Army sions on January 1st. wish for Iter much happiness. Campaign Fund, Paint Lick Ky., has After a visit to Louisville and Given contributed the sum of $30.25 addiother placet they will bo at home at tional Mr. Rice Woods, the leader Friends of Rev. C. M. Chumbley, Uenhara, Ky., where Mr. Smith holds pf the Campaign for that District hat former pastor of the Presbyterian a retpontible position as electrical always shown herself untiring In a church here, were giving him the glad engineer with one of the largest corgood cause. hand latt week upon hit arrival in poration! operating In that section. Many subscriptions have been re our city. He with hit estimable fam- He met hit bride while she was teach celved from the Uryanttvllle District ily are located at Athens, Ga., he hav- ing in the high school at that place. to this Campaign and for these alto ing charge of thit splendid congregaOnly a few relatives and Intimate thank art due. tion there. friendt witnessed the ceremony. Play At Grand In the current issue of the Farmers Home Journal, there is an article telling what n Danville lawyer hat done In the wny of transforming the Knob section of Doyle county Into rich agricultural lnr.ds. He hat erected fifty tobacco barns and thit year his tenants will raise between one nnd two hundred ncrcs of tobacco besides volumes of sweet clover, hay, corn, wheat and ontt. Tho lawyer in qucttion, the Hon. C. C. Dagby, is well known in Garrard County. The article is n very Interesting one. There is n lot of Interesting new items about Garrard county farmers and stockmen and the farmer gener-ill- y will bo interested In this issue of the popular publication. Mr. W. O. Mclntyre, of Dnnvlie, who is the Dlue Grass editor of the Formers Home Journal, will be in Lancaster Monday nnd will be pleased to Interview nny of the farmers or ttock dealers who have newt of interest. He also ncccptt advertisements nnd subscriptions for the paper, the tubrcription rrire being only one dollar per year. Recently John Johnson, of Berea, told of li s successful plan of raiting corn, the article beiiig prepared by the county agricultural agent. Mr. Johnton had been raising six barrels of corn to the acre; the flrst year of his experiment he railed twelve barrels and thit year he thinkt he will raise fifteen barrels. Thit marvelous increase wat produced by a special plan of fertilization and cultivation which it attracting wide attention. Mr. Mclntyre states that he has had hundreds of calls for the papers containDoolin-Montgome- ry. ing Mr. Johnson's unprecedented Mis Mary Doolin, aged 10 years success, the quality of the soil considand daughter of Mr. John Doolin, ered. wat married to Mr. Henry Raymond DEERE CULTIVATORS at AucMontgomery, aged 10 year, the mar tion Monday. See Mounts add. riage taking place last Monday at noon, nt the Chrittian church parson Lick Wins. age. Rev. E. D. Dourland performing Paint Lick bunched hits off True the ceremony. and Ansdel Saturday, while Moping Sutton-Pow- ell held Dercn in check, Berea tied the tcore in the third inning, but Paint Tuesday afternoon, at tho Metho Lick knocked True out of the box in ditt partonage Mrs. Grace Sutton of the fourth and put the game on ice. thit county nnd Mr. J. F. Powell of Paint Lick. AD It II PO A E Knox county were united in mar 4 2 2 10 0 0 Rogers, lb. riage by Rev. F. D. Palmeter. The 4 00 Ward, rf bride is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 321 3 2 Morgan and I well known Duerson, 3b, Sweeney 4 00 3 Lackey, tt 20 here. The groom is n successful 3 3 Woodt. 2b former or Knox County. 3 30 Patrick, c The Itecord Joins their many Kuhlman, 3 000 cf friends in wishing them happiness. 1 1 Paint 114 Dnvlt, rf Moping, p, 3 12 112 11 10 2 Inning 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 T. 9 Paint Lick 00300100 Berea Errros Duerson, Davis, 2, Hayes, Clark. Two-bat- e hit. Rogers and Clark. Stolen-Datc- t. Kuhlman 2, Rogers, Duerson. 3.12 210 15 0 : 30030111 The Difference. Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthiest thcet of paper and write n poem on it THAT'S GENI US. Announcement. WILMOT Number Soldier Orator Tonight. Elmore Farm. Anti-Saloo- n The Salvation Army. Glad Hand. There nre tome men who can on a theet of write a few word paper and make it worth 50,000,000 THAT'S CAPITAL The United States Government can take an ounce of sliver and make it worth 50 centt THAT'S MONEY. A mechanic can tnke material worth 95.00 and make it into watch springs worth $50 THAT'S SKILL. There's men In New York who can take a 50 cent piece of canvas nnd paint n picture on it that' worth thousands THAT'S ART. A merchant can take an article worth 75 cents and soil it for a dollar THAT'S BUSINESS. A woman ran buy a hat for $3.00 but prefer ono that costs 36 dol lar THAT'S FOOLISHNESS. A ditch digger works eight hour a day and handles several tons of dirt fsr 13.00 THAT LABOR. The author of this article can write a check for $90,000,000 but it would not be worth a dime THAT'S TOUGH. There are other paint manufactur In this country who will tell you that their paint it at good as Sherwin-WllllaTHAT'S NEWS. Everybody who It potted and want with The Dastln the best, deal Lumber Co. THAT'S COMMON SENSE. er "iaiiartTyy, T!rf- - The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 20, 920 1 . Payne, John, Bryantsvllle 1. Is Payne Simon, Bryantsville, Rose LICENSES Rose, W. C. Bryantsvllle, 1. 1. Dr. B. C. Bryantsville, Rankin, J. D. Lancaster, 1. who The followlnc It n Hit of thoic Smith James, Dryantsvillr, 2. have obtained Dor License for the Speake S. II. Bryantsvllle, 1. year 1920, sines February 10th, 1920 Shcrrow, Jasper, Bourne, 1. Lancaster, Dltlrlct No. 1. Thompson Aubcrn, Bourne 1. So. of dop;s, Thompson II. L. Rourne, 1. Pott office Owner. 1 Aldridge, Hum, Loncnstcr, Upton, Hen, Buena Vista, 1. Anderson, Ivory Lancaster, 1. William Edd, Buenn Vista, 1. Anderson, Grand, Lancaster, 1. Williamson, Andy, Buena Vista 1. 1. Anderson, Steve, Lancaster, Wallace Allen Marcellus, 1. Anderson, John 'Lancaster, 1 York, Pierce BryanUvllle, 1. Anderson, Salllc, Lancaster, 1. Buckeye Dlitrlct No. 3. Anderson, It. It. Stanford, 1. 1. Amon, John, M. Bowllnir, C. W. Lancaster, 1. Brown, L. T, Lancaster 1. Blackj'Willlam, Judson, 1. Burdettc Ilrndford, Lancaster, 1. Bland, J. P. Lancnster, 1. Baker, W. T. Lancaster, 1. Lancaster, 1, Brummett, Joe, Beazlcy Adolph, Lancaster, 1. BnuRhman, Harriett, Lancaster, 1 llnllcw Otto, Lancaster, 1. Bofttripht Charley, Lancaster, 1. Ballcw Ernest, Lancaster, 1. Clark, Sim, Jr. Judson, 1. 1 Cnicy, Ollie, Bradihaw Mill Crump, J. B, Lancaster, 1. Crutchor, A. F. Lancnster, 1. L. Judson, 1. Crutchftcld, H. Dailey J. W. Lancaster, 1. Clark, R. C. Lancaster, 1. Davis, Ernest, Lancaster, 1. Dlshon, P. P. Stanford 1 Davis, Riley Lancaster, 1, Davin, Loralne, Lancaster, 1. Fuell, Mrs. Gilbert Lancaster, 1, Duddcrar, J. T. Crab Orchard, 1. Fain Ruthford, Lancaster 1. James, Lancaster, 1. Dollins, Francis Sam, Kirksville, 1. Dunn, Will, Lancaster, 1. Grow, Charles, Lancaster 1. Dunn, George B. Lancaster, 1. . Guyn, Bill, Lancaster, 1 Dunn, Ras, Lancaster 1. Grow, Hobart Lancaster 1. Doty, Jerry, Lancaster, 1. Gibson, L. B. Bradshaw Mill, 1 : Doty, Jerry, Lancaster, 1. ilolman, Rush, Lancaster 3: Dunn, Jake, Lancaster, 1. Holllngsworth, Lowell, 1. Elmore, John, Lancaster, 1 Hill S. A. Lancaster, 1. Est, 0. W. Lancaster, 1. Hume, James, Lancnster, 1 Ervin, C. M. Stanford, 1. Hardin, S. M. Lancaster 2. Foley, J. P. Lnncoster, 2. Lcc W. C. Lancaster, 1. Floyd, Russell, Lancaster, 1. Lnyton, John, , Lancaster 1. Grimes, William, Judson 1. . Long Frank, Lancaster 1 Gastincau, W. V. Lancaster, 2. Lone Lewis Lancaster, 1. Huffman, Andrew, Lancaster, 1. Lambert, J. II. Lancaster 1. Hardwick, Frank, Judson, 1. Ledford, Win. Lancaster, 1. Hardwick, Cronley, Judson. 1. Lcavel!, Edd, I.ancaster, 1. Johnson John, R. Stanford, 3. Lear, Speed Lancaster 1. Johnson, Ollie, Lancaster, 1. Lear Will, Lancaster, 2, Lee, A. D. Lancaster, 2. Miller Henry, Paint Lick. 1. Lawson, J. B. Lancaster, 1. Maupin, Lewis, Lancaster I. Lane, Mitch, Lancaster, 1. Murphy Elbert, Lancaster, 2. Lenvell. A. D. Lancaster, 1. Mitchell Alex, Paint Lick, 1. Lair, Georjre, Lancaster, 1. 1. Mitchell, Kennedy. Paint Lick Moss, W. B. Jr. Lancaster, 1. McMillan Elijah, Lancaster, 1. Muniey, Jerry, Lancaster, 1. McCuIley Minnie, Lancaster, 1. Marshbonks, Maggie Lancaster, 1. McCuIlcy Joslah, Lancaster, 1. Miller, William, Lancaster, 2. Prewitt Oscar, Lancaster, 1. ' Meadows, Crit, Lancaster, 1. Prewitt, Amos. Lancaster, 1. Moberley, Annie U. Lancaster, 1. Prewitt Carroll, La ncaster, 1. Mnrsee Clayton, Lancaster, 1, Ross Willie, Lancaster, 1. Murphy, Mansford Lancaster 1, Ross, Morris Lancaster, 1. McQuerry, Joe. Judson, 1. Ray, Dan, Lancaster, 1. Naylor, Odus, Judson 2. Reynolds, Luther, Lancaster,!. Kaylor C. R. Judson, 1. Ray, Rube, Lancaster, 1. Oeborne, John, Lancaster, 1. Ray, Harrison Lancaster, 1. Pollard Ben, Judson 1. Simpson, Jesse, Lancaster, 2. Pollard, Joe, Lancaster, 1. Simrson, Mrs. Alice, Lancaster, 1. Preston. Elbert Lancaster 1. Simpson, Lewis, Lancaster, 1. Pointer Gr'cn, Lancaster, 1. Simpson, Aaron, Lancaster, 2. Pointer, Alfred, Lancaster 1. Sparks, John. Lancnster, 1. Prewitt J. L. Lancaster, 1. Sebastian, John, Lancaster 1. Prather, R. A. Lancaster, 1. Tudor, Thurman, Lancaster, 1. Ray, Bailey, Lancaster, 2. Tudor, Arthur, Paint Lick, 1. Ray, Marshall Lancaster. 1. Tyrec, Henry, Paint Lick, 1. Robinson George D. Lancaster, 1. Tutscy, P. L. Paint Lick 2. Ray, Henry, Lancaster, 1. Tudor, J. A. Paint Lick, 1. Reynolds, Walter, Lancaster 2. Underwood, Dave, Lancaster 1. Redd, G. R. Lancaster. 1. Whittaker. R. I Lancaster, I. Sutton E. B. Lancaster, 1. Ward, William, Lancaster 1. Smith, William, Lancaster, 1. Sowder.C. C. Lancaster 1. Dlttrict.No. I. Stapp Forrest, Lancaster, 2. Alford, Jesse, Paint Lick, 1. Scale, J. E. Lancaster, 1. Anderson, Robert J.'aint Lick, 1. Sutton, J. W. Lancaster, 1. IJryant, T. P. Cartcrsville, 1. Smith, John, Lancaster 1. Bryant, Walker, Cartersville, 1. Smallwood Jesse, Lancaster, 1. Boyle, Oscar Paint Lick, 1 Stewart Tom, Lancaster, 1. Bolan, Joe Paint Lick, 1. Thompson J. F. Lancaster, 1. Ballard, William, Paint Lick, L Thompson, Arthur, Lancaster, 1. Bowling, J. M. Paint Lick, 1. Thompson, Joetta Stanford, 1. Bowlintf. A.'T. Paint Lick, 1. Wilkinson, R. B. Lancaster, 1. Baker, J. A. Paint Lick, 1. Walker, Smiley, Lancaster, 1. Ballard, Jim, Lancaster 1. Ware, Albert' Lancnster, 1. Bryant Walter, Crab Orchard, 1. Ware, Albert, Lancaster, 1. Beazley, John, Paint Lick, 1. Wells, T. F. Lancaster, 1. Burmidc, Green, Paint Lick, 1. Yenkey, Jesse, Lancaster 1. Cat it, Raymond, Paint Lick, 1. Yeakey J. L. Hubble, 1. Canters, Walter Paint Lick, 1. Yeakey, L. G. Hubble, 1. Clark. E. Paint Lick. 1. Bryanttville District No. 2i Creech. J. B. Paint Lick, 1. Brlckey, V. F. Buenn Vista, 1. Calico, J. M. Cartersville, 1. Brickey. Will, Buena Vista. 1. Chastlnc, Wm. Crab Orchard, 1. Davis, William, Crab Orchard 1. Barker Everette, Bourne, 2. Blakeman, Irwin, Buena Vista, 2. Davis, Joe, Crab Orchard, 1. Ball, George Bourne 1. Davis, James, Paint Lick, 1. Davis, Sam, Paint Lick, 1. Curtis, Forrest, Bryantsvlllc, 1. Denny. James, Paint Lick, 1. Crank, John, Bourne 1. Duncan, Joe, Bourne 1. Day, Samuel, Cartersville 1. Day, Nathan, Cartersville, 1. Dunn Herbert Bryantsvlllc 1. Dunn, T. L. Bryantsvllle, 1. Davis, L. II. Lowell 1. Dunnt Charles, Bryantsvllle 1. Faulkner. Wm, Eady, Paint Lick, 1. Dunn, Will, Bryantsvllle 1. Garner, George Laneastor 1. Dunn T. E. Marcellus, 2. Graves Charles, Paint Lick, 1. Dailey, Willie, Lancaster, 1. Grave. Woods, Paint Lick, 1. Florence, Ora Buena Vista 1. Grant Phillips, Paint Lick 1. Hester,. James B. Paint Lick. 1. Grow, Edd, Bourne, 1. Hanlmnck, E. G. Paint Lick, 1. Grow, Lee Bourne, 1. Hammack, Robert, Paint Lick 1. Gillian. R. J. Jryantsvillc, 2. Hamblln John, Paint Lick, 1. Garnett Rube, Marcellus, 1. Jlughlett C. M. Bryantsvllle, 1. Henderson, W. A. Point Lick 1. Hamilton, Hnrve, Buena Vista, 1. Hunt, Colvtn, Paint Lick. 1. Hopkins Ewvll, Crab Orchard 1. Isaacs Clayton, Bourne 1. Helton Carlo, Crab Orehard 1. Jefferson, Crinnell, Bryantsvllle, 1. King Howard G. Bryantsvllle 1. Helton, John, Crab Orchard 1. Jones, Millie, Crab Orchard 1. Kincald, Mary. Brynntsville, 1. Jennings, B. II. Cartersville, 1, LaneJ. W. Buena Vista 1. Jennings M. M. Cartersville, 1. lllddlcton Andy, Bryantsvllle, 1. Montgomery. A. O. Bourne, 1. Ledford. Everett, Crab Orchard, 1 Lawson, BUI, Crab Orchard 1. Montgomery, Luranvy, Bourne 1. Ledford, John, Crab Orchard 1. T. R. Montgomery Bourne, 1. Montgomery, D. II. Bourne, 1. Little D. B. Paint Lick, 1. Lackey, Llge, Paint Lick, 1. Mrriman, M. W. Bryantsville, 1. Mitchell. Mary, Lowell, 1. Mlddleton Harry, Marcellus, 1. McMlllian Thomas, Bourne, 1. Parson. W. R. Cartersville, 1. 1. Prewitt IS'. Paint Lick, 1. McMurtry Abe, Burgin, Payne, E. Z. Crab Orchard, 1. Not, John, Bryantsville, 2. Payne, J. R. Crab Orchard, 1. Onttott, It. B. Bourne 1. Pointer, Scott, Paint Lick 1. Preston Hobart, Bourne, 1. LIST OF DOG Ralston R. T. Paint Lick, 1. Roberts, J. L. Paint Lick. 1. Ramsey, Burdette, Paint Lick, 2. Rogers, Willie P. Paint Lick 1. Royston, William l.nncnter, 2. Rothwell. Will, Crnb Orchard, 1. Slavin, Mr. T. R. Paint Lick, 1. Stewart. M. F. Paint Lick, I. Smith, J. M. Paint LIck.l. Smith, W. II. Paint Lick, 1. Smith, D. I). Stanford, 1. Todd, T. J. Paint Lick, 1 Todd, Elixa, A. Paint Lick 1. Todd. James A. Paint Lick, 1. Turner Hud, Paint Lick, 1. Underwood' Will, Paint Lick, 1. Underwood T. J. Paint Lick, 1. VanWInkle, William, Paint Lick 1. Woods, J. R, Lancaster, 1. Wynn A. H. Paint Lick, 1. Wyllc James, Paint Lick, 1. West, W. W. Paint Lick. 1. Ward, Preston, Cartersville 1. Yeakey, Joe, Paint Lick, 1 KENNEL LICENSE. Denny, George, Lancaster, t. Walker, Woods Point Lick, 20. Naylor Brothers, Buenn Vista C. Long, Robert, Lancaster, 5. Hot. Sam Bradshaw Mill U. ATTEST J. B. BOURNE. Clerk Garrard County Court. By Cronley Broaddus, Deputy Clerk POINT LEAVELL. .Mrs. Clcll Public Auction Sale OF Suburban Bungalows and In Rosemonl Gardent, at Traction Stop 4, Nlchol.tville city limits lo b. held al I030 o'clock Lots on. mil. from th. Enlr.no Into Le.lnglon, Kentucky, and Monday Morning, Hay 24th, 1920 tat. It mad. necettary by th. fact that th. I.ung.low man hat $60,000 worth of bungalow building rolling thlt way, bought t last tummer't prlcet, which were about half th. price, prevailing in Ualngton materials at thlt tlm that tarn w.r. partly paid for ih.n to t.cur. and protect that low prlc, but lh. balance, torn. $30,000, cov.r.d by drafli attached to hillt of lading mutt b. paid whn this material arrival. To g.t this money, which meant tuch an Immcnt. laving to th. HuHigalow Man, at wll at to hit lal.r or tit of hit finlihed and finiihlng bungalowt. cuitomeri, h. it limply forced to tell offers a beautiful fiv. room bungalow, which hat built In it everything to male it nice, and It eatlly II. the niftittt bungalow .v.r built in Llngton or Central Kentucky. It hat flower bo.et, lead.d glatt book catet, brick mantle,, teatt, beamed ceiling. In the tilting room while lh. dining room hat cored celling,, medicine cabinet wllh mirror, The modern balh Inclutlet built-ipaneled wall,, and leaded glatt cabinet, and lh. concr.l. each bedroom hat an attached dreniog room, lh. kitchen ha, three handtome built-ibatement it dry. A tecond hat a differ.nl ttyl. tuiled for older people and hat three beautiful bedroom,. Another hat a different ttyle, hat three bed room I two oilier, hav. four bedroom, each, and another hat fi. bedroom,. Theto bungalowt are the very latt word In tclenlific, modern, California Bungalow Copttruc t Ion. They and hav. cily water, natural gat, electric light, concrete dry bttemenl,, furnace,, "concrete wall,, a Oc Ih.y ar. told with an abaolul. guarantee In lh. deed that the tlreel Improvement, and tidewalkt will ba built right away with no erpente or charge whatever to lh. buy.rt. The thad. Ireet and thrubbery It being tel. And, my dear brother, "if you ara fighting th. high cott of living, g.t thit with each home goet fre. for thlt y.ar wat.r, gat, light, and coal, with garden plowed and planted. lnother word,, th. material for thete building, wat bought latt y.ar at to low a prlc. thai I can jutt about build lh. horn, and add lh. lot, tlreel, tidewalk, ,had. Ire.,, water! light, gat and heat for tla montht, and half your living cmpente,, for lh. price you woulj hav. to pay for lh. ma terlalt in th. building In L.alnglon today, Th. ttreet will b. beautifully parked, with doubl driveway and a beautiful entrance. And to Iniure the latter, a prise it hereby offered of $50, in gold for the nif tieit and trimmed dettgn for lh. entrance Into th. Gar den,, th. telection to he determined by lh. Sporting Edilort of lh. Herald and Leader. You hav. probably noticed from lh. report of lh. Ilouting Committee of the Chamber of Commerce, thai of lh. 64 tuburban hom.t now building in L.aington 38 are located on the Nicholatville entrance and about half of ihet. ar. building tn Rotemont Garden,. 14 ar. now built and building and 35 will be completed during th. pre,, ent year. Why it thlt? Why hat our dittinguiihed litlten. Colonel I'leiher. the oil king, inveiled $100,000. In thlt enlranc. lately much of it right al the entrance to lh. Garden,? The Honorable Sheriff of Fayette County I, till largely attending hit holding, here. Colonel lta in, who recently paid $1200 an acre for the tie acret oppotit. the Gardent latt week refuted $2500 per acre for tame. And lh. dittinguiihed IlutSnea, Manager of lh. clty't great morning daily, ancla member of th. Ilouting Committee of the Chamber of Commerce, who ha, tludied the whole houting tituatlon in L.alnglon, it the very firil new ciliten lo be encountered at you enter the Ga talent, where ha bought and moved to a beautiful home latt week, and there are olhert. Thete are pretty thr.wd, at well invetlort, know the gam. and play to win. It it became Rotemont Gardent hat every cily advan at tag., aacept th. railroad crotiingi, tobacco factoriet, fair groundi, cemeteriet lunatic atylumt, colored quarter,, tha raca trackt and high laaet? Many think to. At any rate we alt know that when thete and many oler jutl at high clata cttiient have located their handtoma hornet and etlablithed their familiet here ihey have forever bar red any condition that can detract from the beauty of ihlt eicluiive home lection. They have filed tit character and tit valuet forever. ' A few beautiful building lott for particular people will alto be offered. My friendt from other counllet will not. that lh. Rotemont Gardent ar. on lh. handiomett enlranc. Into L.aington, which it easily th. Qu.en City of the Blue Cratt. Where every known tocial and educational advan tage and opportunity awaiti your family. The gr.al tchoolt, college!, unlvertiliei, muttcal contervatoriet and churchet beckon to and will welcome your children. Here you can educate your torn and your daughlert al horn, and under horn, influencet. And when they hav. compl.led th. courtet prepared for them, they have opened up before them an opportunity and a future that cannot be even dreamed of by thoi. brought up in ten favored en vironment!. Here they get It all. The lermt will be announced on lh. day of tale, hut ar. tubttantially cath, that will . auignrd to an Intlilulion that will prefer lo never have il paid and the remaining third will he on ib.ral termt. Th. loll will b. told on t.rmt more liberal even than the above, This fi. cosy-corn- china-elotet- t. Mr. A. J. Thompson Tntem continue very ill. Is able to be car-far- out again. Mr. Ellis Bell is carpentering at Paint Lick. Mr. Ira Bell nnd Jessie Dollins were visitors at Paint Lick Sunday. Mr. Burl Hammack and Miss Tlllic Green were visitors at Level! Green. Messrs. Virgil Reynold nnd Madi son Bell spent Sunday afternoon at Preachersvillc. Aunt Sarah Hammack was the din ner guest of Mrs. Jack Hammack on Sunday. Miss Sarah Hammock Is visiting her cousin, Miss Jessie Mae Hammack at Paint Lick. Miss Mary Hammons is visiting her brother Mr. Chester Hammons at Barboursville. Mrs. Grace Sutton and daughter, irginin, were the guests of Mrs, John Smith nnd daughters recently. Mr. John Faulkner nnd winsome bride were the pleasant guests of Miss Allie Mae Bell Wednesday afternoon d hfcaut aoetiloa (f Hum', Salt, ! tmtroenl or SUrtrat. Tcttrr.Risfvorra.Itch.etc Oont betanx diKnjf teed Iwiiim Mtn nmutr back If" ' relieved feuo4J, of iMk CWI. You ran'. Mener gee CatiMlH. Tn It t our rttk TODAY. Pike J 1. For ! Utallj ks trtilmmti f,U4. Hunl'.Vtl,. one-thir- d one-thr- d STORMES DRUG STORE. BUCKEYE hogs-t-o W. MqC. JOHNSON, Boa 0, R. F. D. 8, Traction Stop 4, Nlcholatvltte Pike, IRVING M. IlYARS, Auctioneer. I e Bungalow Man. mile from LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. ' Mr. Jesse Hill sold a nice bunch of V. A. Lear. The W. M. S. met Thursday, Mrs. Davis Sutton led the meeting. WOLF TRAIL. A:ee nnd daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Sebastian und children. GUNN'3 CHAPEL. additions. Miss Ruth Ray of Illinois, came home to spend the summer with her mother Mrs. Alice Ray, .Mr. nnd Mrs. R. X. Sanders and daughters spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gulley and son of Nicholasvillc spent Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Preaching Sunday at 1 1 a. ni, Sun at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7.30 P. M. Mr. Robert Noel, .Misses Myrtle and Christine Duvls spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Morris Long near Lancaster. Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Curtis nnd daughter Norn of Bryantsville, Mrs. Carl Curtis of Lancaster spent Tuns-da- y with Mrs. Hiram Ruy, Mr. und Mr. Handy Kurtz und family of Mercer county spent Sat urday und Sunday with Mr. L. F, Brown and family. thirty-seve- n day-scho- Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Am.n ami Mrs. Mr. William Ray visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Kibe rt Murphy, Mr. Mrs. Lewis Noel were visnnd Mrs. Heather Murphy, Mr. nnd W. II Ray were in LexiHKten Monday. .Mrs. Mark Bogie at Mrs. lUmer Ray, recently. itors of .Mr. und Marksbury Sunday. Miwsrs Dec FotherKiil and Harvey Mr. and Mote Mose Ray and chil Mrs. Robert Sowers ami Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and Master Harrison Toatur v. ere In Jeraamlnc on business SatThe Methodist meeting closed at dren were shopping In LI I lord were entertained at dinner oh FrWny. Gunn's Chapel Sunday night with urday. Sunday by Mr. ami Mrs. John Dailey. Mr. nnd Mr, ltuirh Moherlev silent I Mr.ind Misses Sallie Lou Teatcr and Ethel Ray were gusts of Mrs. Forrest Cur tis at Bryantsville and attended the commencement exercises Vista. nt Buena fOneDrop SftlV M jV f "fgSSSSSSSM tSt&? A f.w drere la it. (trlatiif wtiir cuts pre,,,! atli. 4ntoVfT.sBt flTRFji A UFQ tlAVES) gT Itlf-vli- , gH gQr7 B wrtr cSinkeee. caelers, le'etita taj Ml4r (tick i,cmi. I'm etlr II XL remit Him tea we. l Btult lilt tO Mil,. Al enlt-iii,. st-- 0 B8ererllbii. OtmtUr 90 tl till lr ttkli. ter Ul pel U Mil ' IIASKLUCN leant BROS. ft, Mendty nicht with Mr. and Mrs. V. I Meadamtw Uhe Belten ami Kferatte ' Grow nnd children were visiters f T. Moberley. Mrs. Allen Ttxitcr and Mrs. Mollie MtMklames l.ie Bolton nnd Hobart Moberley spent tne any recently witn Grow Inst week. Mrs. Wilbert Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Dailey nnd sons were with Mr. anil Mrs. Mote Ray Sunday. HOMCV STICK .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard and e children made a recent visit with Mr. utlnthr urttne Trlirr. hiii.-ri- , - llth, it ami Mrs V T. Moberley. l t rmroi ,rj t Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Catey nnd cliil- - ctuie olhrr ti'tin.rnti I bun llunt,&lfeheirtlirviij Irl died, of ,ub cam, Youna'l Ircn were with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. leie ea our Afenev Mark Cll.t.llf... Ttl.ll - Ml. .i.k Sparks and family Sunday. TODAY Price tte at and Bert Mfsacs Myrtle Tenter STORMES DRUG STORE. Dailey were the guests of Miss Thel-ni- a I Simpson, Thursday ninht. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMlllian nnd Master Holmun J., were among the Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ray on ' Sunday. Rev. N. G. Younu and Rev. Morse were entertained at the home of Mr, nnd Mrs. Powell Dailey Saturday afternoon. , .Miss Myrtle Teatcr entertained on Sunday Messrs Henry Patterson Sebastian, Hobart Simpstn and Miss ' Bert Dailey, Mr. Mollie, Moberley returned, home .Monday after spenditiK a few; For th Treatment of i TufccrculoiU days with Mrs. Allen Teater and Mrs. Maintained 1 t'.e Lcu'.kIUo W. T. Moberley. Ami Tubciiulo1 is Arte, ut.on lor Mcsdumes Ottis Stutts and Andrew the adn;jate titjtmcnt c i tulcr Stotts spent the day Friday with Mrs. culotit m ail its stages tt a I'm Mose Ray, Mrs. John Dailey was a a:l. lUtci J 15. M) per YmV, In. chiding boatd, wcJiul attention, cues In the afternoon. hundijr, eta lllfib pound com Mr. R. Z. Price of Point Leavcll Binding rxtcniUcicv, LVIIcht pent Thursday nik'ht with Mr. and ful tut foundings. Special utts fcr Mrs. Hunter Davis and attended the tieltleni le lt,,ut,i It wnun, klHtll u,t4e. In, A Umnimt meeting a( Gunns Chapel. IW.l M fjMi4m It tAtf.!. Umm Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stotts enter talned Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Steve A cMd many frwn thk vicinity the Circus in Lancaster Sat et-tS- u relay. Mrs, Ferrost Stapp, of Uncntter, was n recent gUMt af Mrs. H. M. ECZEM IcIK-irm- Hurts. Mr. John Umd and Httlo ton anent Thursday night with Mr,. H. M. Kurtz. Meadamoi hUrreeit Statin and II. M. Kurtx were rumU of Mosdames W. B. Ray nnd J. M. Amen Friday. Mr. Allen Teatcr was nalnfullv In jured when a maul Hew off the handle iriKini; niiii in me rare. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Humuhrev. Mr. Uu Ktki Murphy and Mr. John Land motored to I.uxintrton Thurt!uv and Friday. Mrs. Robert and children, and Mrs. Pr.nteH Wnlkcr and daughters v.ure of Mr. and Mr. W. B. Kay bumlay. The serh's of mectlniss nt the M. K. church closed Sunday with an all day serlce. A laruw crowd attended. Dinner was served on the ground. There wero a number of additions. , Inir Hazelwoodg sanatorium Priests Not Always Cellbatss. I'nmi tho very lVinii!iii nt tha Catholic rhurrh It wax tin-- ruatom for (bote entering Hie nrlittliiMNl in rr nounri) inurrlK. It wni tint obllpo tory, and tliu rtilo riiiuirtnit men, v.hu uvrt nlrrailv niurrti-- l nt ilm limn of ordlmiilim, to tcparnli from their wives, was not mailt until tho end of the fourth century, when Popo filrlcuf forbade tho clvrtry to marry, nnd or uVrnl the separotlon from their wlvei vt prlvits ulrvady umrrled. Thl ao omnia for the fuct. itiat.Sl. Peter, tb first brad of Uie Cutliullc church, was a lUirrllll hm. 1 xiH. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 20, 1 jmam 1 920 HtaM K .B H H I k tm H B L H J L 1 i 8 GROCERIES, FURNISHINGS, SHOES. .GROCERIES, , S I I CHINAWARE, NOTIONS. OUT $5,000 o DES MOINES IOWA, MINNEAPOLIS AND KANSAS CITY, FURNISHINGS, SHOES, CHINAWARE, NOTIONS. I I I I I I COY SANDERS STOCK OF HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE MO., ARE IN FULL THOMPSON SALES CO., CHARGE OF THIS STOCK OF GROCERIES, FURNISHINGS, ETC., WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL THE ENTIRE STOCK REGARDLESS OF LOSS, COST OR PROFIT. IN ORDER TO DO THIS IN A SHORT TIME, WE HAVE CUT THE PRICES ' WAY BELOW COST TO MAKE THIS STOCK MOVE OUT IN A HURRY. THIS BIG SALE STARTS i i I i t FRIDAY, ' Men's White Canvas Oxfords. LADIES HOSE. 50c Burs on Hose 30c Cotton Hose 1 -- MAY $2.50 Sweaters 39c 19c. $2. Set of Dinner Plates 21st, $1.50 $1.60 BARGAINS IN GROCERIES. 10c. 3 Sacks 5c Salt 30c. 45c lb. Madja Coffee 07c. Oil Sardines 10c 50c. Coconut per lb, 50c. 75c lb. Paris Green ( AT 9 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE AND CONTINUES UNTIL THIS STOCK IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT. EVERYTHING CAN YOU AFFORD TO MI SS THIS WONDER SALE, MR. AND MRS. PURCHASER? GOES NOTHING RESERVED. NO! NO! BELOW ARE BUT A FEW OF OUR MONEY SAVERS. HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS MORE. OUR STORE IS JUST ONE BIG BLAZE OF SAVINGS. J I I I I S i I $2.75 Values go at $2.50 Values go at $1.75 $1.50 Ladies White Canvas Pumps. $2.50 Values are $2.00 Values are $1.45 Lot Mens Black Socks at 10c. Mens 35c Wool Hose at ---23c Water Glass Egg Preserver. Enough to fill 5 gal jar 40c. $5.00 HOUSE PAINTS. House Paints, guaranteed to last 10 years, only $3.45 per gal . i i I Mens $4. Odd Trousers .$2.85 Mens Khaki Unionalls .$3.35 $4.50 COTTON BLANKETS. A real JBargain only $3.65 Needles, per package only. 5c. Ladies $1.00 Comfy Cut Union cents. Suits 70 CEMENT ROOF PAINTS. $2.00 Gallon cans for. .$1.45 Mens $1.75 Short Sleeve, Long leg Union Suits $1.45 Fleece Lined 19c. --4- Childrens 35c Hosiery 19c. package Soda only 3 cents $1.20 Bottle Wine of Cardui 1 lb. i Childrens 50e Underwear Straw Hats from." 0c Mens Arrow Brand Collars Silk or Madras 22 cents Mens $1.50 Caps 95c Boys 50c Blue Serge Caps 35c. 85c. 35c Box Ramons Liver 25 cents. Pills to 60c. $1.50 1 lb Humidor Prince Albert Tobacco $1.15 $3.00 Heavy Blue Overalls or $2.65 Jackets, go at PRODUCE TAKEN SAME Mens 35c and 50c Suspenders, 25 cents. Chair seats, only 5 cents each. 50c Bulk Coffee, per lb, 42c. -- $1.00 brooms 25c can apples, 6 for $1.15 25c Can Peas 6 for $1.15 20c can Sweet potatoes, 6 V.S5c 15c can Red beans,-- - 6 for 55c. 25c can Tomatoes,. 6 for $1.15 25c can Bon Bon Bak. pwd 19c. 35c can Calumet Bak pwd 25c. 10c can Calumet Powder. 07c. 4 lbs Arbuckles Coffee.- - $1.45 $1.00 lb Liptons Tea SOc. $1.00 lb Bulk Tea 75c. 15c Can white shoe polish. 9c. ALL F I X T U R E S FOR SALE, Salt Herring Seed Beans, per pint Seed Peas, per pint $1.00 Bottle Extract Sweet Marie toilet soap Prunes, per lb, only . Extra fancy peaches per lb 20c can Lima Beans- - 6 for 2 lbs. 25c. 20c. 15c. 70c. 5c. 17c. 2Sc. 80c. 75c. REMEMBER THE TIME AND PLACE THEN COME IN A HURRY. CASH. EVERYTHING POSITIVELY AS MUST HE SOLD BY MAY 29th REGARDLESS OF Coy Sanders LANCASTER, Variety Store KENTUCKY. a FLOOR CASES, i COUNTER CASES, ONE SMALL DISPLAY CASE. CASH REGISTER. LOSS, COST OR PROFIT. OPEN EVENINGS. E. R. SHEFFIELD, Sales Manager in Charge. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 20 920. 1 Mr. F. S. Hughes, having sold his interest in the firm of HUDSON, HUGHES & FARNAU, to the other members of the firm, the business in Lancaster, Kentucky., established TWENTY YEARS AGO, by Mr. Banks Hudson, will be continued under the firm name of HUDSON & FARNAU. To Our Friends The Publiq We will appreciate your continued patronage as we are here to serve you. Respectfully, The new firm will handle the tame line at the old, including Obelisk, the Blue Ribbon Premium Flour, V. C. Superior To bacco Fertilizer, Fertilizer for Corn land, Coal, Feed of all kinds, Field Seeds, Kanawha Salt, and Building Material. r WE ARE ALSO CASH BUYERS OF WHEAT, RYE, CORN, HAY, STRAW, HEMP, HEMP SEED, ETC. 3 r ' TELEPHONE NO. 26. The Central Record HUDSON & FARNAU Important Meeting. TO THE STWKIIOLPKRS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. LAD There is grave Cancer that ill uf J Alrendy city banks are curtailing spring, however, Mr. Merrill, a nUc these may happen. their loans for building purposes. It of Indiana, moved to Louisville and $1.50 Year, Isautd Weakly. A few year ago in any city a worn is necessary to stop the alarming in' it transpired that Che!ey Seacy and Payable in Advance. an could be secured to clean house for flation of fictitious values. Follow Matt Chilton were opposed ta Mr. SI. 50 or $2.00 a day. .Vow they re ing this will come a cessation of ac Atherton's appointment. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. In the meantime Attorney General ceive as high as $4.00 a day and three tivity in the building trades, with 10 R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and ilgr. meals. a day laborer looking for jobs that Charles I. Dawson, Speaker Joe and former Mayor E. S. Carpenters, plasterers, bricklayers arc not to be had. Entered at the .Post Office in Lan Mlddlesboro, following the acand others in the trades formerly Similar conditions may be expect Second-Cla- n Mall caster, Ky., as cd in other lines, with money becom were content with $4.00 and $5.00 tion of the House of Representative Matter. In indorsing the administration day. Now they demand as high as ing tighter as work ceases. of $S.00, $10.00 and more a day and get Added to this will be the scarcity Road CommisJoner Joe S. Boggs. Ltsmler, Kj., Mij 20. 1920 it. of food. If farmer lose their help have urged the Governor to discard In the factories, on the railroads, they can not produce the food neces politics In connection with the read Member Kentucky Frets Association in the offices, behind the counters, sary to feed the cities and the country department and retain Commissioner Boggs as State Highway Engineer everywhere the same story i told In towns. and A country town is dependent They argued that not only would it Eighth District Publishers League. the big cities. Wages arc mounting and the amount of work accomplish' largely upon the farming community be disastrous to get the department adjacent to it. If those farms be into politic, but a new engineer, e Rates For Political Announcements. ed in a day is decreasing. for lack of help matter how efficient, with a new Profiteering in clothing and other come For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 would throw the road work 10.00 necessities and luxuries of life flour the country town is a heavy sufferer. For County Offices And that is the condition in which back a year white he wa acquainting ishes unchecked. There is no dlmin For State and Diitrict Offices.. 15.00 .10 uhing of this crime because city peo- we fear we will soon find ourselves in himself with the situation and getting For Calls, per line his force reorganized. This conclu.10 ple have gone insane on the subject the country towns. For Cards, per line The insanity of the cities has done sion was reached by the Attorney of spending. For all publications in the interGeneral after discovering that the only too well est of individuals or expresMerchants have made the bold its work If that insanity is checked in time road situation is greatly complicated sion of individual views, per statement that they have offered ex10 cellent articles at moderate prices disaster may yet be avoided. But if by the new law, and the commissioner line ' .05 only to have them rejectad by the not checked soon the crash will in has taken to him a number of perObituaries, per line evitably come and then the deluge. plexing problems. buyers as "too cheap". Unable to Wholesale assininlty has never yet Chanftnf To New System. dispose of them, they have tagged the FOR CONGRESS. The State is changing from the been known to produce any perman same articles at double the price and teat to the State highway e are authorized to announce they have been immediately snapped ont beneficial results. But it has system. The State is obligated to toppled king from their thrones RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, up by the profligate spenders, overturned republics, and let loose counties for several millions of State a candidate for the Democratic nomi We might fill the columns of this the wildest passions of ungovernable aid projecU, for which counties adnation for Congress in this, the vanced money out of bond issues and Eighth Congressional District of paper with such cases and still tell mobs. Kentucky. State Primary Election, only a small portion of the story The rural population of America is special taxes. Some of these roads This riotous use of money in the not overjoyed at the prospect the overlap prospective State highway Saturday, August 7, 1920. cities is having an injurious effect up- cities have forced upon the nation we projects Overlapping both of them on country life. It is enticing our revere, are Federal aid projects, some com FOR CONGRESS. young men and young women from picieu, some gnuer contract, some We are authorized to announce uz and is leaving the rural communi under construction and some being COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson ties held in abeyance until the new law county, a candidate for the Demo us stranded for help. It is forcing 7 to pay exorbitant prices for com is put Into operation in hope of final cratic nomination for Congress in UNFILLED. reimbursement by the State. this, the Eighth Congressional Dis modules when we are curtailed in our own power of production and in our No politics has ever been played trict of Kentucky. State Primary earning capacity in appointment of engineer in the Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920. Engi department. There never have been The false lure of sudden wealth is enough engineer available to man proving too much for the country boy neer, Bank A MENACE TO COUNTRY LIFE. and glrL They are forsaking their the department, taking all that can be hired, regardless of party affilia Will our cities eventually bring happy and peaceful homes and are Game tion. rushing in droves to the call of the disaster to our country towns? The suggestion that he be retained To Be Named. In doing this will they also bring cities gone mad. came without the knowledge of Comruin upon themselves? The bubble has been inflated al missioner Boggs, who sent in his ROAD SITUATION PUZZLE. In accomplishing both of these will most to the bursting point. It canresignation to Governor Morrow last they become a menace even to the not forever stand the increasing FRANKFORT, Ky. The State December, and has been urging the stability of the republic? strain. In time it must collapse. Highway Commission of four, the Governor to name his commission and State Highway Engineer, the State engineer, so they could be acquaint Banking Commissioner and the execu- ing themselves with tho work and re. 3 DC tive agent of the Game and Fish Com lievc him as soon as possible. That he could be persuaded to stay mission are due to be appointed be If politics is kept out of the depart fore July 1. Dr. R. S. Tuttle, Bardstown, Is slat- ment is the opinion of the Attorney ed for executive agent of the Game General and the other. It believed Om situation now h and Fish Commission, and terms of Chairman Joseph G. Sachs, Louisville, narrowed down to selection of Mr. and Commlrsioner J. E. Cridcr, Jr., Morrill or Mr. Beggs. What experience Mr. Morrill ha had in road Fredonia have expired. James P. Lewis, former secretary building is not known here. He has He of State, is tipped for Banking Com- been in California and .Alabama. of the pres- was employed by the Sewer Commis missioner. Ono ent force, J. Stone Walker, Rich- sion while in Louisville a few years mond, is said to bo slated for reap- ago, and has been connected in the pointment as Bank Examiner. Be- West with Stone and Webster, an en sides tho reorganization of the de- gineering concern of Boston. partment the new commissioner will In Used Cars. be confronted with Inaugurating the blue sky law, which becomes operaOne Buick. 1918 Model Touring,) tive about June 15th. Under this he Rebuilt, New Paint, in good eondi-will have supervision of all, sales of tion. stock In Kentucky. One Chevrolet 1019 Model Tour The road situation is keeping the ing, New Top, Good condition. develpoliticians puttied over recent One Ford 1918 Model, Touring, opments. It now looks as If W. M. Rebuilt. Morrill will be highway engineer, with One Ford 1917 Model Touring New a commission composed of Edward S. top, Good tires. See these before you buy Monahan, St Matthews; Ben Weille, 1 ton Truck. New. One Paducah, former Railroad CommisOne I ton Truck, sioner; Green Garret, Winchester, Slightly used. and Hugh Asher, Harlan. These cars are in first class me Searcy Oppose Atherton. chanical condition and can be deliverIt was understood that Peter Lee ed to you at, a great saving in cost. Atherton, Louisville, one of the origiPAINT LICK GARAGE. nal good roads boosters, had been' Paint Lick Ky. It. AND accepting a place on the commission, consulted by Governor Morrow about LIME IN BARRELS. After the Governor's trip East this inJlSON AND FARNAU, 0 Bos-worUel-bur- n, cm-missien The regular meeting of the stock holders of tht company will be held REGISTERED JERSEY BULL at Uie office of the company on SERVICE TEE $3.00 CASH. Street, Uneaster. K . Campbell June Mh., at 2 P M.. at which time ONE MILE OUT DANVILLE PIKE directors will be elected fer the en- Arch Ovarttraat in charf and ha hat suing year. You are further Mtsfleal that the otdars to cotlact in advance. meeting is heM far the further G. B. SWNEBROAO. of taking the vote o the proposition to iftcresfee the capital stock fwr-pos- e OF HANGING FORK FARM. .......... to section SMrMsasit to ISO.Wfl.00 5M Kentucky StaittttM, also to ameri.i the articles of itscorfwrnUon for purpose af saabis id increase in Mpstal stock and alto far the pur pose of reducing the number cf directors to rive - ii. Davidson President Canard Tobacco Ware house Company te For Up-To-Da- te I- Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, .......... YOU EGGS WANT NEXT WINTER? Tha bail way Is to rail your own producars. DO Repairing, Painting and all kinds of My SINGLE COMB -county BROWN LEGHORN HENS ar raady to furnish you with factory units that will pay big profits if proparly Tin Work SEE OR PHONE dcvaloprd. Prices 1C for $1.00, for $5.00. Box 100 PMilliauis&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work ERLK C FARRA. 171. lancaster, K, STATE POSTS STILL hi mi Highway Board, Head and Warden Yet F1FEIE Have you seen our line of nrir 1 FARMING s a Elj Brown Manly Biding1 Cultivator Buy it because it is the best cultivator on the Ask the man who owns one. New stock of Hoosier Two Horse Corn Planters I me.-nb- IMPLEMENTS s HARDWARE. Bargains 1 1 a m PAINTS. Ford-Smit- h Ford-Smit- h Conn LIVE Brothers. g LET LIVE FOLKS." i HASELDEN RROS. I lB0 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. May 20,1920 WHY WONDER Where you are going to purchase that Coat, Suit or Dress, when you can come here and find just Why Worry about what kind of summer wearing apparel you are going to have. Come to see us and we will solve this problem for you, with our wonderful stock of SILKS, VOILES, WHITE GOODS AND SPRING WOOLENS, coupled with the good suggestions and services of our sales WHY SUFFER With your feet, or complain of being unable to get a fit. See us we will see that you are fitted properly in the new and minute foot up-to-the i what you want at 25 per cent on". Come as these wonderful bargains in Princess and Bischof garments are disappearing rapidly. to-day, wear. Our Summer Stock of Lingerie are more than pleasing to the fastidious woman. See they them now before have been picked over. Ml mm force. The Joseph Mercantile Qo WHERE QUALITY REINS. THE ONE PRICE STORE. SEE OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT. Wc nre still trimming our price nncl not our customers. POST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. Buggies, $155.00. We will sell you a Good liftmen $21.00 , Deere Stacker, Cheap. Saddles, $12.00 And up. Deere Hy Rakes, Screen Doors, $1.50 And up. (Buggy Bridles $4.25, Bnrb wire And Staples wire Screen windows 75 cents. (fence. Ford Auto Tubes Cheap. Shovel Plows $5.45 We are selling for less, not much rent to pay. HOUSE PAINT $3.75 A GALLON. I J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. 1 Gossip About People A BrUI I Inez Hay spsnt the week end with friendi in Richmond. M Mr A. M. Shely, of Mr and Chicago, is jrcg.stered at the Kcngarlan this week. j MtntUn f th W Cemino tnd l&tcMitcd" In. j I Ownji ly Th Ktt Mr. W. A. Spcith have returned after a vMt to relatives in I.oulvtlle. Mr. ami Mrs. Chsrlie Thompson, and bahy, Jane Perkins, spent Sunday Mr. Clay Kuuffman has returned in Stanford with relatives. to Covington. Mrs. Clarence Strothcr and baby, Mrs. Fred Sutton spent Saturday James Russell, have been visiting relin Lexington with relatives. atives in Nathalie Tennessee. Mrs. Ike Dunn and children of Lex- Mrs. Joe Walker. Mr. and Mrs. F.I Marksbury were in Danville Mon- -' ingtott. spent Sunday with her par- onts, Mr. and .Mrs. D. Gulley. day. II. Messrs I. M. Dunn and Vernon Mrs. Martha Frisbie will leave this vretk for n visit to relative in Dan- Richardson, of Danville, made a recent business trip to Lancaster. ville. Miss lllen Robinson of Lexington Mrs. Minnie Schwalbnch and baby, spent the week end with Mrs. BUI f Newport, arc visiting her parents, Hobinion. Mr. and Mrs, E. J. Young and family. Mrs. Seth Grant and little daughMessrs Hudson Frisbie and William ter, spent Sunday with Mr. and Sirs. Klnnnird of Centre College, Danville, AUx Grant. pent the week end with their parents. returned Mr. Fred Frisbie has wife .Mr. Willie Marshbnnksjind from n business trip In the mountains and little son, ipent Saturday' and of Kentucky. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter MUs Ella .Mae Saunders of Stan- (rant. ford, has been the. guest of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton have reMrs. J. V. Acey. turned from a plcniant visit to Mr. Mr. B. Fox and Mrs. Elizabeth Jos- and Mrs. A. II. Itlce in Richmond, eph nru visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Indfenn. Joseph In Somerset. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Goldenbcry and Mrs. Joe Francis has returned from little Mil, of Mississippi, arc guests .Martinsville Indiana, somewhat Im- of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. Qulley. proved in health. Mr. J. W. Acey ot Stanford, spent Mrs. K. L. Owsley Is the guest ef Sunday with Ms wife, at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. W. It. Cook and Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes, on Richmond Mr. Cook in Danville. avenue. The many friends of Mr. D. (Jul. Mr. and Mrs. Jmm Hegle are reley arc glad tu know she li improving joicing and their friends are congratfrom her recent illness. ulating them, all on account of n Mrs. Anna Hubblo nnd daughter, couplo of girl babies' the stork Mattte Mne, spent the week end with left at their home last Sunday relatives in Hedgevillc. I SAVE THE DIFFERENCE House Paint per Gallon $3.50, Seed Potatoes per Bushel $6.00, Arbucle Coffee per Pound 4o cents, i i FOR SALE OB TRADE: Will Master Hank Hudson of Danville, Mr. John Oil! Kinnalrd. The wedding sell or trade for Ford, one Buick car, spent the week end with his nunt, will take place in June." $ P loop liars' Pnlssmn Si with starter. Mrs. W. A. Knrnau and Mr. Fnrnau, Ed Dougherty. jt.pd on Maple nvenue. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Woods Knvanaugh announce the engagci.ient K 5 SEWING WANTED widow, Mrs. PATF5. Mr. Itobert Noel and Missos .Myrtle of their daughter, Martha Jane, to S. A. Cummins, on Poor Ridge pike. nnd Christine Davis of Iluckeyc spent Mr. John It. Scott, of Nlcholasville,, jj Single insertions 1c a word Mr. Frnnk Rny's residence R. F. D. 3. the week end with Mr. and Mrs. M. the marriage to take place in June. g No ad taken for less than 20c Box 117. p--lI). Long and Miss Pnttic I.ong. 5 in this column. No nds In this FOR SALE: About 200 barrels of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Durham. Mrs. Charles Smith nnd Mrs. Nick column charged. good corn, both white nnd yellow. Danville, announce the engagement Iliirth nnd lnby, of Chnrltmton West Seven insertions for the Any amount good seed corn. Vn., arrived Wednesday for n visit to of their daughter, Miss Minnie ParW. R. Kelley, R. F. D. 1. ker Durham, to George I). Hopper, g price of five. their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. Miller. Lancaster, Ky. orders-mu- st former United States Consul to 8 be paid 3 Phone Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wearren, Mrs. Stockholm, but now in the diplomatic g promptly If you are thinking of selling your Elisabeth Dillon and Miss Ella Mac service in the State Department in farm at Auction, sec Green Clay WalWashington. Mr. Hopper is n grad Saunders all of Stanford, were guests ker, representing 0. T. Wallace and list Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. X. Miller. uate of Centre College. He is a FOR SALEi One ton L II. C. truck Company, 305 Trust Building, brother of the Hev. Dr. W, H. Hopper, J. W. Sweeney. Charles Clark nnd pastor of Woodland Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. children of Lexington, spent last Sun- Church in Louisville. Miss Durham Just received car of lime. day with their grandparents, Mr. and has been making her Jiomc for two To The Citizens of LanOastin Lumber Co. Mrs. S. J. Ilourne on the Lexington years In Paducah, where she is Ky. pike. in extensive work for the Uni FOR SALE: Upright piano in versity of Kentucky. Courier good condition. Call this office. Miss Kebccca Williams, Miss MinHonorable Mayor, City Council and People of Lancaster, Ky: erva Cox nnd Rev. Clarence Strother Fresh light rolls and bread every Whereas, the franchise jjow held by have returned from Washington D. C. duy ut Hotel Kcngarlan. Sparks-Sebasti- an. us is void by reason of being in conwhere they attended the Itnptist Southern Convention. FOR SALE 1919 Model, Ford flict with the State Constitution, and One of the most beautiful, wed Whereas, wc have no franchise for Sedan, in excellent condition. Phone and dings which has occurred recently, 378-A- , .Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Hughes operating our plant In the City of or call this, office. daughter, Miss Margaret, of Louis- was that of Miss Ucttic Mae Sparks, Lancaster, Ky., because the same is Floyd Sebastian, ville, spent the week end with her and Rev. Dillard FOR SALE Good Poland China void as aforesaid, the City Council of parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. .Miller, which took place Monday, May 10th, boar, large type. Registered. the City of Lancaster, Ky., and the at Silas Itabtist Church, at Paris, Ky., on Danville avenue. . Robert R. Fox. public generally are hereby notified the home of the bride. Rev. William that we will on August 1st, 1020, or Mr. and Mrs. John Huggins. Mr. Stalling, officiating. The church Call for your Third permanent as soon thereafter as practical, move . and Mrs. Sam Carroll and family and was beautifully decorated with ferns. Uonds and let us have your Sccdnd nil our poles and electrical equipment Mrs. Oscar Arnold, of Nlcholasville, and spring flowers, the wedding colors from the streets of the city of Lanfor exchange. motored over Sunday nnd spent the of yellow and white being carried out Garrard Dank & Trust Co. caster, Ky. cay with Mr. an J Mr F. K. Sutton en in the decorations. This notice Is given as a legal noRev. J. II. Head and Hev. John T. the Lexington nad. I am agent for the Studebaker tice, as wc understand that reasonStalling were ushers. Before the show you one. able notice must be given before wc Messrs Bush Allin, 0. W. Edwards, bridal party entered Miss Alma Flor- automobile. Let me Also have n 1919 Hup, like new, for( can remove said property and disNelson Ilrown and A. J. Drown, all ence Robinson, of Georgetown, sang u. l,. waixcr. continue said plant. business men of Harrodsburg, were in sweetly, " Love You Dear" and "Oh, snie or traue. Wc arc willing to do anything we Mon- Promise Me". Miss Ruth Collins ac Lancaster for n few hours last with the city in secan to day. These gentlemen arc Interested companied her on the piano, and play curing n franchise for the purpose of ExGARAGE DEATHERAGE In the Garrard and Lincoln Traduce ed the wedding innrch. The tlowcr pert repairing on all cars. Prompt furnishing electric light nnd power to Company, of this city. girl, Ruth Sparks, little cousin of the service and a square deal. Located the citizens of the city, but we ran bride, wore white crepe de chine, and Dr. W. S. Klkln. of Atlnntn, was In carried Mnrchincal buds. The ring nt the S. H. Estcs Livery Stnblc. not continue it further without . additional equipment, and Lancaster for a dny and night this bearer Julia Allen Skftlman, was Phone this we can not do at the present He reports the condition of dainty in week. white with yellow ribbons FOR SALE Four. Red Angus rates and jvithout a legal franchise Mrs. Itobert Elkln, who Is at the Pied-mo- and carried the ring in an Easter lily. bulls, ready for service, at farmers protecting us in our rights. Sanatorium there, as satisfac- Mrs. Walter Henderson Shropshire, Done this April 20th, 1920. tory, with decided Improvement dur- the matron of honor was charmingly prices. Also four poland china gilts, subject to register. Big type. Respectfully submitted, . weeks. ing the past few gowned in yellow crepe de chine and Telephone Hubble. Harry Fry. BAST1X BROTHERS, carried yellow roses. By II. V. Bastln. tf Miss Martha Kavunaugh gave n di The bride was lovely In white satin lightful Informal dinner party at her and veil and carried brides roses. The homo last Sunday, the following guests being honored; Misies Minnie best man, Rev. Edward X. Lawton entered with the bridegroom. Mnu Itobinson, Katie Barnes Dicker, The bride who Is a former student son, Messrs Joe l'rice, Wade Walker, of Georgetown College, (s the atT. J. Price Hilly and Joe Knvannugh. tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Chnrles K. Davis and little Joseph Sparks. The groom who is daughter, Josephine, who hnve been from Lancaster, Ky., Is quite a gifted guests of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth orator and one, among the most popJoseph, have gone for n visit to her ular students of Georgetown College. brother, Mr. Arthur Joseph nnd Mrs. Hev. nnd Mrs. Sebastian left ImmedJoseph In Somerset, before returning iately for Washington I). C. to atto their home In Chattanooga, Tenn. tend the National Haptlst Convention, now in session in that city. Upon Mr, nnd Mrs. Bufonl Crow are re. their return they will reside in Uurgin ccivlng congratulations over the or- - where Rev. Sebastian will assume the rival nf a handsome little son which pastorate of the Baptist Church. arrived Monday morning at eight LIME IN UARRELS. o'clock. The mother before her marHUDSON AND FARNAU. riage was Miss l.ovie Clouse. The little fellow hat been christened, James lluford. Women Rule In i Lex-litgto- n. caster, 13-2- 20-1- 4.S-7t-p- nt Hear It For Yourself Vienna. TheNew Edison Sanders Variety Store LANCASTER, Ky. Mr. W. B. GriiTy, who had charge VIENNA The women's aiso.ci-- : j; of the engineering work, on the Lex- atiou, which is responsible for cor& ington pike for the past seven rect distribution of food in this starvM months, was transferred to Casey ing capital, is the only civil body county and left for his new fields last which enjoys any real prestige. The Monday. ,Mr. Oriffy made lots of "Frauen Hllfsakton," aid societies friends while In our city, nil of whom which were well organized, did efregret that he had to leave us. He fective work when there were supnill be succeeded here by Mr. Willlari plies to distribute, but after the war' Tntum, of Madison. there was a great shortage and its work was virtually nothing. Then "The Phonograph vvltti a Soul" Stormes Drug1 Store ANNOUNCEMENTS. came supplies from the American Mr. and Mrs. Edwanl W. Morrow Red Cross and the organization is announce the engagement of their actively superintending their daughter, Miss Margaret Morrow, to rhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 20,1920 PUSHIN BROS. S CENTRAL KENTUCKYS GREATEST - STORE. THE HUB DANVILLE, KY. Down Go Prices On Clothing a 8 Quarter Million Dollar ALE STAPLE AND FANCY 8 ft NOW GOING ON. SUITS REDUCED. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' CLOTHES ARE REDUCED. Over 1,000 Women's and Misses newest Tailor Made suits, separate coats, dresses, skirts, and waists will be sold at reductions never before attempted nt this season of the year. In our grent stock you will find gnnnents to fit the large and extra size woman as well ns the small and normal size figure. All nt greatly reduced prices. Several hundred of the seasons women's and Misses finest tailor made suits in the newest styles of pure wool, serges, tricotiues, poirct, twills, silvertones and jerseys, all finely sjlk lined nnd exceptionally well tailored substantially reduced. Former $39.50 all wool suits for Women and Misses, reduced to $25.00 $50.00 finest suits, reduced to $35.00 $G5.00 nnd $75.00 fine pure wool tricotine and M serge suits reduced during this sale tu.$47.50 Our finest suits in the house, among which, are the exclusive models and sample suits that sold at $85., $95. and $1 10. reduced to $59.50 and $69.50 ens-we- ar DRY GOODS GREATLY REDUCED. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S FINE ALL SHOES REDUCED Thousands of pairs of Wont en's, Mines,' Children's, Men's and Boys' Shoes at Decided Reduction from Former prices. $15.00 Women's Summer ' Pumps $9.75. 200 pairs in this lot of the seasons newest stylos and leathers in high nnd low heols, all sizes and widths. Sold up to $15.00. Special per pair $9.75. 8 The entire new stock of THE HUB, Danville, Ky., consisting of Men's, Women's, Misses' and clothes, Children's ready-mad- e Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Silks, potions, Carpets, etc, etc, will be sold at reductions ranging from 15, 20, 25, 30 and as much as 40 per cent of their former low selling prices. Over 3,000 yards extra quality stripe nnd checked Klaxon, 30 to 40 inches wide. Specially .reduced to 35c, 15c, 59c and 65ca yard. 39c qunlity 27 inches wide, long cloth and nainsooks. Special during this sale, per . yard 29c. Over 1,000 yards 45c quality, dimity check nnd stripes. Special sale price, yd 35c Extrn values in India linens, at per yard 25c, 32c and 39c Excellent quality 40 inches wide white dress organdie. Very special, at per yard 48c and 69c 500 dozen Indies summer gauze vests, special values, each 19c, 29c, 39c and 45c Ladies and blisses summer union suits. Special values, reduced, each to 45c, 69c, 89c and $1.35. Ladies and Misses $1.00 quality full mercerized silk finish hose in white, blnck and brown, very special, per Jn Four Groups. GKOUP NUMBER 1 Men's and Young Mens $35. . all wool suits reduced to $26.50 GROUP NUMBER 2 Men's nnd Young Men's finest $45.00 suits, reduced to $34.50 GROUP NUMBER 3 Men's oiuLYoungMen's finest up to $55.00 suits reduced to $39.50 GROUP NUMBER 4 Our finest $00.00 nnd $65.00 suits, reduced to $44.75 8 ft Boys New Spring Suits Reduced. Over 800 boys knickerbocker pants suits, ages 8 to 18 years sfces, reduced for this sale. $10.00 Boys' Suits reduced to $7.75 Best $ 12.50 Boys' Suits, reduced to $9.75 Up to $18.00 Boys' Suits reduced to $12.50 Finest $22.50 and $25.00 fine all wool suits reduced to "$16.50 All Sport and Polo Coats Reduced. Our entire stock of Women's and Misses Sport and Polo Coats, reduced to nearly half during this sale. Up to $45.00 Women's and Misses finest conts reduced to $25.00 Up to $29.50 fine pure wool sport and polo coats reduced to $19.50 $19.50 all wool sport and polo coats reduced .to $12.50 Our finest coats for Women and Misses, fine silk lined that sold up to $59.50, reduced to $29.50 & $35 Men's and Young Men's Separate Pants Reduced. $1.95 For Men's nnd Boy's good khnki pants. $2.50 For Men's nnd Young Men's $3.50 khnki and $2.85 for Men's extra size up to 50 waist good work dark stripe pants. pants. $5.45 For Men's $7.50 dress pants. $7.75 For Men's best $10.00 dress pnnts. Women's Dresses Reduced. Our entire stock of dresses, including several hundred of Women's and Misses finest Satin, Taffeta, Georgette, Tricolette, Organdie, Voile Dresses, suitable for street, afternoon and dressy wear, greatly-reduceduring this sale. Fine silk dresses that sold up to $29.50, reduced d t to Small sizes $12.00 Oxfords and Pumps Reduced to $8.75. There are over 500 pairs in this lot, Including every new nnd good style of the senson. Low ami military heels. All fashionable toes nnd leathers $9.00 Women's and Misses Ox- fords and Pumps $6.85. Over 700 pairs including white, blacks and tans, all d soles and best styles nnd leathers . $6.00 Ladles and Misses Black nnd tnn Oxfords reduced hand-sowe- 4.75 Down Go The Prices On Men's And Boys Furnishing Goods. Men's good balbriggnn shirts or drawers," reduced to 75c. pair 79c. 35 cents qunlity 27 .inch wide white Voile, extra special, at per yard 25c qunlity fast color apron ginghams. Special values at per yard 25c. 2,000 yards 27 inch fast color Madras, Cheviots and ginghams for shirts, dresses and children's wear. Special at per yard 3c 40 cent quality 34 inch white dress linens reduced to, per ed to per yard $1.39. 30 Inch $2.00 quality Shantung silks in plain color nnd white Speclnl per yard $1.25 1,500 yards 27 inch stnndnrd sale al"pcr yard 59c 25 pieces all the wanted colors, $1.50 quality 3G inch plain organdie. colored dress Speclnl at per yard 98c. 20 pieces $1.25 quality fine bended, fancy dress Voile. Special per yard 79c. 800 yards 40 inch $2.00 qunlity dark grounds silk striped fancy dress Voile, reduc- 800 yards 85 cents quality 40 inch white Voile on special Men's and Boys' $1.25 Athletic union suits reduced to 85c. Men's $1.75 Nainsook union suits reduced to $1.35 Mens finest $2.50 lisle thread union suits reduced to $1.95 Boys' Athletic union suits reduced to 65c Men's best Peppcrnl elastic seam drawers, reduced to $1.15 More than 100 dozen Men's fine Madras dress shirts that sold for $3.50 nnd $4.00, specially reduced during this snle for $2.45 Men's fine $5.00 nnd $G.00 silk stripe Mndrns shirts for $3.85 50 dozen Men's $2.50 dress shirts reduced to $1.75 Men's Fine $10.00 nnd $12.00 silk shirts reduced to $7.50 50 dozen Boys' best $1.50 blouse waists in nil the newest colors nnd patterns, including white to $1.15 Men's Amoskeng blue chnmbrny, collar attached shirts, reduced to $1.50 Men's best $1.75 good qunlity muslin night shirts, reduced to .. $1.35 Men's best $3.00 pajamas, reduced to -- $2.25 Boys' summer pnjnmas $1.35 Men's nnd Boys' lints and Caps reduced Men's $5.00 genuine Toyo hats, reduced to $3.75 $8.00 genuine Pnnnmn and Bnncock hats reduced to $5.75 $7.00 and $8.00 fur felt hats in the newest spring shapes und colors, reduced to $4.75 COc quality Men's fine socks, speclnl, 3 pair for $1.00 one-piece to 18.75 Up to $39.50 beautiful silk dresses reduced to $25.00 Up to $50.00 fine silk dresses reduced to $32.50 Our finest model and sample dresses that sold up to $35. and $45. $75.00, reduced to up to $9.00 a pair. Special to close out $1.95, $2.45 and $2.95. 75 pairs of $5.00 Satin pumps, special to close out, ,per $1.95. These come in black, white and 21. to 44 Ladies Oxfords and pumps that sold !" evening shades. 8 8 Millinery and Trimmed Hats Reduced. reduced during this sale. Our table of children's hats that sold up to $2.98, specially reduced to $1.50 Misses' and Children's up to $5.00 hats reduced during this snle to $2.98 Women's nnd Misses fine tailored sport and snilor hats that sold up to $7.50, reduced to $3.75 Up to $10.00 tailored and dress hats reduced to $5.00 Up to $15.00 fine tuilored, dress and transparent lace nnd thin tints, reduced to r $7.50 $18.00 and $20.00 dress lints reduced to $10.00 Our finest lints in the house that sold up to $25.00 nnd $20.50, will bo sold during this sale for 2 $12.50 and $14.50 All separate skirts, waists, petticoats, etc, reduced during this sale. Women's up to $8.00 newest stylo Georgette Waists, reduced to $4.95 Finest $10.00 and $12.00 Georgette Waists, reduced to $7.50 Our finest Georgetto Waists reduced to $9.75, $12.50 and $16.50. WOMEN'S SKIRTS $5.00. About 100 Women'ti good serge Panama nnd Mixture skirts that s.old up to $10.00, special to close out ,. $5.00 AH fine Plaid and fancy silk skirts, Including our newest fino vns"h, skirts nt special prices during this sale.C pattern lints for spring and summer wear, greatly Our entire stock of fine millinery, trimmed nnd MEN'S SHOES REDUCED. 200 pairs Men's Wnlkovcr Oxfords reduced to per $6.75 350 pairs Men's Walk-Ove- r $10.00 and $12.00 Oxfords reduced to, per pair $8.75 and $9.85. 200 pairs $4.50 and $5. Men's Llkskin nil leather bottoms, work and outing shoos, spec ial reduced to $3.45 and $3.95 a pair. EXTRA SPECIAL! WOMEN'S AND MISSES SUITS $10.00. About 50 Women's and Misses' Suits in a variety of colors nnd sizes. These suits were carried over from last season and sold up to $45. The cloth alone in these suits ure worth double the price we are offering these suits for $10.00. all-wool ' yard 29c Heavy bath towels, all sizes, extra values, each 35c, 45c, 59, 65c 7Sc and 97c. THIRD FLOOR BARGAINS. Special prices will be mado luring this snle on nil room size nnd smaller rugs, including velvet rugs, Axmln- - ister rugs, Tapestry Brussels rugs, Crex, and Fiber rugs, mnttlngs, curtains, draperies etc. $2.50 quality, Girls Gingham dresses, sizes 0 to 14 years, reduced to $1.65 each. 50 dozen Women's Percale Bungalow dresses, reduced to $1.35 and $1,65 C4 Inch good quality full Mercerized table damask, reduced to $1.19 a yard 500 dozen Huck and Turkish towels, at less than today's wholesale costs. Special values, each 12c, 15c, 19c. 23c, 29c, 35c and 48c. ThrCentral Record, Lancaster PAINT LICK Mr. M. K. Ky. Thursday, May 20, 1920. I family. Itou ii ill. Mr, II. U Wallace In very tick nt thli writing. The (ilrli Club met with Ml" Elisabeth Conn Tuesday. Mr, Joe Ilowmin wa viiitor in , Paint Lick Sunday. , Ml.i Willie Williams pent Sundny with Mil Krnmn'llurchell. Mil Kthyl Kstrldtte spent the week end with the home folk. Sm Campbell ltcailey left Kntur-iln- y niht for Akron Ohio. Mine Mable and Kmmo Hall were recent visitor in I.ouIivIIIp. Mil Avn McWhortcr wa the Kucst Sundny of Mil Morie Led ford. Mr and Mr. V. 0. Anderson were visitors in Richmond Hnturday. Mil Funny I)owden hn tnken room with Mr. W. C. Wynn Mil WifUe Wlllinm was the Kucat Sundny of Mini Kmmn Hurchell. Wilson Drowning told hi farm to Dr Pope, price 1100.00 her aero. Mr and Mr. J. A. Klddell attended the play here Wednesday evening. Mrt. Moberley of Point I.cavcll i with her daughter Mri. Tho London. d Little Mlv Hunice Conn of visiting Mm Kmmn Kyelyn i Itlch-mon- Six student from Keren College were truest of their uncle and nunt, Mr. ami Mr. W. C. Wynn, Saturday and Sunday. Whte. Mr. and Mr. Orvllle lioonc are In Richmond whero'she will be near the Doctor. Mr. H. W. White ami Miss'janlc Ilroniton were visiter in Lexington Saturday, Mr. Kuckcr and daUKhter, Mis C'hnstine, spent Sunday with Mr, (i. M. Trcndway. ' Itichard I)ai ka twrehaseil an in the swda fountain at itere. Mil Fanny Cx kos returned frm Wnco where the spent Uio week eml t with friend. Mil Sarah Hummnck wni the week end truest of her ceusln MM Jessie Mae llftmmnck. Mr. M. K. Ksv ha returned home after spending n couple of week in Crystal City, Teaa. .Mlise Iluelah Kdurd ami Stella Lawon have returned heme after Attending icheol here. Miu Columbia Tuuey of Kirks-vill- e ipent the week end with Mine Helen and Cynthia Pruitt. Mr. and Mr. Weit entertained Prof. J. T. C. Nee and Prof L. II. Lute Friday evening at supper. Mr. and Mr. II. J. Cheitnut ami children were the Kucita Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Maharx at Hrbdhead. Mr. Orvllle Hoone ha gone to Itichmond to ipend leveral dny with her mother Mr. Price Williami and family. v. Mr. and Sir. W. O.' Anderson were In Richmond Saturday evening to lee their !auEhter Mr R. U Hill and girl. 14 pupil took the county examination here last Friday nnd Saturday. Of courie all hope to receive their 8th grade certificate. Mine May Hallard nrui Sarah of Richmond were in Paint Lick Wednesday to attend the 8th grade Commencement. Mr, William Hurt hn returned from the Keren Hoipital where he hn been confined for cvcrnl week, very much improved. Mr. nml Mr. 0, II. Ilendren have moved to I.cxlnton, Mr, Chnrlcy (rnv-- e and wife will occupy the room by Mr. Hciidrcn. Mr. and Mr. Thoi I.ogsdon, Mr. and Mr. Hennett Koop nnd Mr. nnd Mr. J. II. Wynn motored to Dix river Sunday nnd pent the dny. Mr. U II. Lute wni n wclcomo viiitor In Paint Lick for the Commence ment Int week. He ha accepted the Sulphur School for another year. Mil Kmmn Kstridgc ha returned from Monticello where he hai been teaching, ihe ha ncccpted a place there in the ichool for another year. Mr. Sinn Denthcrngc of Richmond wax here Inst week with hi iter, Mr. C. A. Long and Mr. Long. Mr. Denthcrngc lang at the Commencemon. ment exercises. Miise Llda Mne nnd Alice Hn;, cn Mine Leu Well Mary Uromton tcrtained very delightfully Mis lien and Kitclle Stone of Richmond were nic Mctcalf and Mis Mnrle Ray Satthe, guet of Mr. I). W. White the urday evening. past wek nnd attended the ComMr. and Mrs. Wnlker Ilurdcttu en. mencement exercise. tertained the following Sunday, Mr. Prof. J. T. C. Nee of Lexington,; and Mr. Jim Sander nnd baby, Mr. State University, delivered a very In- and Mr. Preton Snyder and family, teresting rtddn-ftto the Paint Lick Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price nnd baby, cheel graduate Friday evening at anil Mic Sinnte Cummins nnd lien-ni- e thHj High icheol building. Metcalf. Thre were ix grnduntes nt the High ichool here this yenr, MiMes Willie Williami and Sarah Hutchison, MR, OALTON COMES TO THE Mwri Olvm Patrick, Sam lleaxlcy, FRONT, (erdnn Miuun and Floyd Wot. .Mb Hester Patrick returned to her hme at Carlisle Monday. MIm Patrick ha been our aisistant teacher in Tell HI Friend and Neighbors of HI the High School tit this place for the Experience. It year. with regret we It Every Ianeastcr resilient nhould learn that hc will not return next read what Mr. DalUm ay. nnd follow yeafTnothwithstniiding the school wni hit example. He ha tuod Dona's from oxpert offered to her and the patron insisted Khlney Pill and on her returning. She told us hc enoi. Is there any need to experihad declined to accept the plnce. She ment with Imitation or untried kidney inodlclnc? ha made u one of the best teacher J. W. Ihilton, farmer. Crab Orchard njid endeared hcnclf to the children "Some time ago St, ljincanter, ayand patron, and her place will be I had trouble with my kidney. My hard to fill. back ached and wo aoru nnd lainn and my kidney wero Irregular In action. I bought Doon'a Kidney Pill at It. K. PLEASANT HILL. Mcllotmrt'B Son Drug Store nnd used me Hobart Grow Is slowly im- them. The backncho leftgood and my Mr. kidney wrrw loon put In order. I proving. hav had no return of tho trouble. Mr. Mary Hunt was the Monday I'rico 60c, at alt dealer. Don't umply aik for a kidney remedy get guet of Mr. I.ige Holton. Mr. nnd Mr, Fred Snyder nre re- Doan'i Kidney P1IU tho anio that Mr. had. Foster Mllbum Co., joicing over the arrival of n baby Mfr Dalton , II:iffnlo. Jf. Y. llut-chinis wn a recent of her rarent Mr. and Mr. Caleb Johnson. Mil Ilennlc Metcnlf I the nttrac tlve gueit of lier lster, Mr. Walker ' Hurdette. Mr. and Mr. Sale Hurt entertained n number of relative nnd friends on Sundny. , Mr, and Mr. Jim Hick and family were visitor Sundny of Mr. nnd Mr .Milton Kite. Mr. nnd Mr. I.ige McMillian were recent guctt of her parent, Mr. nnd Mr. John Itay. home Mis Mary Price returned after nn extended vlilt here with relatives and friend. Mil Marie Rny hn been the attractive visitor of her eouitni Mine Lldn Mae nnd Alice Rny, Mr. Walker Hurdette motored to frnb Orchnrd Thursday to buy a bill of lumber to build n new bnrn. Mr. nnd Mrt. Dan Rny of lluckeyc wus with her parent Mr. and Mr. Lewis Simpson Sunday. .Mr. nnd Mr. Abe Ilurton were entertained Sundny at the home of Mr nnd Mr. Hill Whittnker. MImc Christine and Olivia Pre ten were week end guest of Mis Linda Preston. regular ap llro. Peel filled til pointmcnt here Saturday and Sunday nnd delivered some Interesting servl-itor Mr. Sulc Foyler 7 And because so many people treat the pain, and not the disease itself, is one reason why Rheumatism incrcaies in severity year by year. The- - most satisfactory remedy for Rheumatism h S. S. 5, because It Is one of the most thorough Hood purifiers known to medical science. This fine old remedy cleanses the blood of all Impurities, aad is a sure antidote to the germs cf Rheumatism. Reins; purely vegetable, without a particle of mineral or chemical in its composition, It works hy eliminating and forcing out of the blood all impurities, acting as a tonic to the entire 'ystem at the sane time. It has been used for more than fifty years, and icon rf rjiTerers from Rheumatism g.,c it unstinted praise. S. S. S. is sold by druggists everywhere, and any of them will tell you that it is a tlmrntiahlv honest and reliable old remedy. You are invited to write our mrdi. cal department for full Information and advice about the treatment of your own case, far which no charge ii made. Address Chief Medical Adviser 12 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga ease. Free Yourself From The Pangs of Rheumatism Tli fttfht Treatment Will flrak blood, the further you are getting from ridding yourself from the disYeur Shackle. KEEPING SHEEP FOR MUTTON There, Art Could Areas Where Animal Kept to Advtntao for Meat and Wool. D Mny Sheep nre not very prnernlly kept mi farm for Mipplylns the home fninllj with meat. There nre many nrea, eiwrlnl!y In hilly gr tnountulnnu region", when' every fnnn could kii-n few mutton sheep to advnn-tngliny1 nnd Klrl' club In some part of Hie country linve dime much to footer homo production nt mutton, Shoop nntumliy grn7. over rather wide irr.m nnd variety of plant, You who are afflicted with Rheu matism know from Experience Just how cxcru'.iattng the pangs, of the disease arc. You know alto, if yeu have had rheumatism for any iene-.i- i oi time mat mere ii no real relief to be expected from the use rf liniments and lotions. Rheumatism is a stubborn dii ease, nni its rangi and pains cannot be wiped nut as If by manic. A disease that Is so full of torture and renders so many peo ple absolutely neipiess, ts a deep seated one: it is not on the stir (ace, hence It cannot be reached by external, surface remedies. Lotions, liniments and ointments applied to ,the surface jnay in some cases deaden the pain for the time being, but until you attack the disease at its foundation, you are making no progress toward a cure. Many forms of Rheumatism are caused by millions of tiny germs that infest the blood, and until the blood is absolutely freed cf these germs, there is no real relief in sight. In fact the longer you delay treating- the disease through the PAINTS T Sheep Are Useful tn Paiiunr.. OK Weeds In Standing Coin After Cultivation Stops. Till h.it. ,t particularly adapt tli-- ; to bring kept In large number or fumMi of pnr?e t For All Kinds of Work. WALL PAPER The Prettiest to be Found. lug n pt 1 the Culled State depnrt ment of Hgrlrulture. They do letter on short mid Muu KraHe than on conro or tilth feed. Thy will eat a good deal of l.ruh and, If coutlneil to imnll wren, will dn n fair Job nt cleaning up Innd. When ummI In tht wny, or m Innd pnluclng bruh only they ran not be expected tl prove very ciitUfiirtory In the production of good lamb or goo,! wool. y plnut. variety of grnitn or cithei MoRoberts Drugstore k PROPER CARE OF YOUNG PIGS Flrt Thing to Oe Don I to Cut Oft Four Sharp, Hard Tusk Never Pull Them. - Soon nfter plw nre born, Ihe four hnrp. bnnl tun 'in Ihe upper "and two In the lower Jaw idinuld Ic cut off. Tnke n pair of nlpiiers nnd cut the teeth off. but not too near the inim. Often theM' tuk cut the miw'h tent, mnke them pn and he will uck. Then, alto, the not let the pic Hp cut thc!iiclve wllh those tusk, stick them through nnd luiinetliiutheir toueue, cannot uek, and Marve. They ruuse Hire month. TJiey uro wift nnd enlly removed. A pair of Minrp srlior will cut tin-ienlly but under no circumstance should they be pulled out. If It Is urn thnt n pie I Kcttlne too fat. It I evidence that It I robblnc It mate Tn prevent thin, tnke a sharp knife mid cut It router In two or three place, deep cnoush to mnke It ire. nnd It will "top taking more thnu It share. tuk. - OPPORTUNITIES Only About 4 or 9 Stock I Purebred and Demand 6teadily Qrowlno. Let us show you the improved OLIVER and JOHN DEERE CULTIVATORS, the two that We have FOR profits will do good work on hill - side land. Per Cent of Live them in both four and six shovel. There are ninny opHirlui)tles for pxxj profit In the brvedlni; of purt-li- nil that only alMiut 4 or 5 per cent of nil our Mock I purebrel and that the dcinnnd for better slock Is Mcndl. I n i: It must bo clear that there lv I. still room for capable men with n a protltnble live ktock. When It I comltl-crc- d Goodloe & Walker Bros, JOIN THE AMERICAN LEGION. What 5,000 Miles Mean to You Overland, on frozen, rough Indiana roads, did 5,452 miles in 7 days .eKgaK, ti builnes. Hut tho innntiS who It not prepared either through tralntni; or Inclination t uevote n larco part of Id time to tho care und tnnnngeinent of hi stock I surely maklnc n mistake to eiiBnco In the purebred buslnesH. 97 ACRE FARM Equal to New York to San Francisco nnd back to Chicago at express train speed with no change of engines no let up to the terrific wear and tear. It means more tharTn year's abuse nnd not a flaw; stamina, quality in every part; another demonstration of the wonderful riding qualities of the radical new Triplex Springs. Average, 32.45 miles per hour. Gasoline, 20.24 miles per gallon. I feeding fOK SAXjEi 4;IlIZi UVE ST0CK N0TES r Ig Self-feede- save time and labor In wlne. The ho: Is the of nntinnl fat. cheaiet producer 'Utent tant. No nnlmnl parmlto I quite so per n the hoe luure, Wllh tho tow pnrtlculaily good feed-- , Ing and plenty of exercise are Impor- If proiH-- cure Is given the ewo pre-- ; can be vloua to lambing ninny nreventetlf r loc i ALDRIDGE & MARSEE On Buckeye Pike, f mile from town, good 4 room houso and out buildings, good tobacco barn that will hold eight acres of tobacco. Barn new and covered with Galvanized tin. Cistern in bam. Double corn crib .covered with Galvanized tin and lined with Rat Screening, Young Orchard. Land lays well. About 80 acres in Blue grass and clover. Good Fence and well watered. Seventeen acres in cultivation no waste land. For information call Phone 186. one-hal- In the selection of tho brood sow that uniformity of size It U and quality I luulutnlned. entlnl Nccrobaclltotli, known In pig a acre mouth, bull nose and snlfflea, la controlled by cleaning and disinfecting Jiouoe and feedlsc place, and laola tlon of affected or D. Fothergill, Phone R. P. LONG 387-- Buckeye Ky. pi. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 20, 920 1 ' i, . " ' . .. . 1 CLOTHES that LAST Y 1TB H. YOU MAY BE ABLE TO BUY CLOTHES FOR LESS MONEY THAN WE SELL, WE CAN GET THIS KIND OURSELVES, BUT WE DON'T CARE TO SELL CHEAP CLOTHING, OUR MOTTO HAS ALWAYS BEEN QUALITY FIRST, THIS IS WHY WE HANDLE HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES, WE CAN STAND BEHIND THEM AND YOUR MONEY IS READY FOR YOU IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED. Our Stock is Full of SNAPPY STYLES For Men and Young Men. $35.00, $40.00, $45.00, $50.00, $55.00, $60.00 and $65.00. KNEE SUITS $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 $22.50 and $25.00. Ladies Shoes, Stetson Hats, Wilson Bros Shirts. 'Coprrht JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. 19:0 Hut Stlatfotr St Mars LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Aujtr'.in Mlcreteopt, inlrnioiiH Itirmtrd " r Coc-rrich-i J?:0 Hm Schaflnu flc Mars I BRYANTS VILLE. A fli" 6HflLV&R8 I Have The Exclusive Agency 'Tor The "Hot-Spo- t" Chalmers Counties. For Garrard, Lincoln And Boyle No Better Car On The Market. Would Be Pleased To Demonstrate. GAEL B. ACTON Phone 792. FOR Danville, Ky. clvnllt for uo with Rev. R. C. Holder of Berea has by nn tiltra- - lift. t rw) onnlitcs (he rvcvgnl-tlo- n been the guest of friend the pait of lUnVriwr In matter mil 'r ( week. cvptlWo Ui nnl'nnry Hsht. l, C. Rose entertained the IMrj. Aid Society Saturday Palestine's Rainfall advan-tne- e Palestine n b In ittlns tbrouch nslncvrtng Mrs, James Jackson of Danville, m trv Hie rulnfall. which project was the guest Sunday of Mr. nnd Mr. occurs 5 flte nnnli of llio jear. John Campbell. iIm Mediterranean Is ul a higher The members of the W. C. TjJJ. at- - level limn I In inn In vtntrr hastns of tended the Eighth District Convention the conairy. the Hirer Jordan ami Ihc lake, nml lUri'f.iri" Utile of Ilia total at Wilmorc Thursday. T directly lo the sea. rainfall run ' Mrs. J. W. Hogan is spending days with her daughter Mrs. W. Nature's Laws Must Pt OBtytd T. Woolfolk in Lexington. I iH't Itumo ihal ft .1 nr imlurc. Mr. and Mrs. Husscll Drown spent or a master, or iiictiili)lml fwnnulao a the week end with her mother, Mrs. can or nil! irafce cml in Mlra.ubt' way for I lie uuli of our Sam Cochran at Lancaster. nt the nnttiral trnncn-ii- 'n Miss Dlanche Speake of Lexington that goirrti our Wnj. If "li b Mir i ti Mv nnd of spent the week end with her parents, lon lion line rrf what iMmslxn common itcnirntio Mr. nnd Mrs. S. H. Speake. lit eurclo of would ihre le llemy the rtiin. will nr Mrs. J. W. IJryant attended funeral Monday nt Danville of Mrs. I.lndlnhr l f Virgil Sherrow of Cincinnati. Mr. nnd Mrs. n. P. Swope and family of tancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. W. II. Swope nnd family. i sev-leral -- ."'rin tin fr Use tht Fltetinj Moment. Lawless Willie. nn worried about Willie; If n cihMus Hki" 0lniltino mrtlisl bp's bwnjry'nc In Itrrak tils Imnk thmuch life a book In tils oel:et. lest again. iTrni thing we know, he'll Knur an unezpocted fmrf tnnHnt llp from up in ! n buralar." Itonton Tran- his crats Mil" I should wp of common script. abilities not rrwirt ti lo sai th preobllvtun? Excious tnnmcnts fr change. Cow.Pllot a Small Fish. Tlir ctm pilot l ii Mttialt tlli. so Conscience Only Safe Qulde. railed In llennuils tieentui It l ! Our only talisman Ho In that IIcmiI nlnnjn to ncrimipiinr (In-- chw. Wch we of moral frre flh. It Is one of the i1rmnlc and cull connelcncw. Itmt mll lnotln-Cilllifll'Is nUo callml "mojarra." DvmtilnMlf riam of hhh lite Hulit Is ar dlstlngnlshii! by bating only two duly nnd the warmth tow. This llttlo spines In tin1 ntinl fin. flame slMUhl b th star of our life; It nlsno enn KWe ur trerabllng ark Ont Millionth of an Inch. arrons the iwmnU of the jrrnt wrlers. Sti-- I caugvs aivwraif U IncrediAmlet. ble fliirrif." of n 'I'lll pan t an Inch are imr Itr'nt .'ntltles hi j The Conarculenal Library. nt I lie United Htm f itacd-nnglWed Under IU the Is Sn ttrawrtlt.artly pr library for publle - uiftbtwl of i.imiufnriuro, tinMwpto as umi and refernre and for posterity It tliul In one latatico 3t nulslied nearly mllHon Item, Includlm cniigv out f n lot of M nliv 2.710.fllire prlnlnj hooliand pawphlfls, luti-l- ) niTiirj'" to i m.( Itii'lies. nnd 10S.O) mnps. 4ui.fHT0 cfclilngi. engrar. (tie balance nil ulll.ln (w.i.orj Inches Ingv photosmphs, etc.; K0.IXM pieces of precMiMi. I'optilar of music and humlrvdi of thousand of l d'.iks. manuscript s. Jlnctiltif Tli' giitiEcs nre "Pear, I'm o-- le i. rn. iuih 1 irrt pnnrs do l. sti-v- THE NOTED DICK SCUDDER FARM OF SALIFord Sedan, Well equipped. Mr. nnd Mrs. Den Hnmm of Somerset, spent a few days last week with their daughter, Mrs. Charlie Rankin. Miss Myrtle Campbell and Mr, Ray Campbell spent Sunday with their aunt. Mr. E. D. Coolcy, nt Carters-ville. 103 ACRES AND ALL OF THE ON THE PREMISES Mrs. R. K. Swope nnd Mr. Robert Swope of Aberdeen Miss., are spend- in gscvcral days with friends and rel- atives. Mesdames R. K. Swope nnd C. C. Decker were the guests Thursday of their sister, Mrs. Kin Moss at Nich- olnsville. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Woolfork of Lexington, were the clients Sunday of V. Mrs. E. II. Dallnrd nnd .Mrs. J. Hogan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Sherrow return Ind., nftcr ed home in Richmond spending several days with friends nnd relatives. Mifs Fannie Kidd returned to her home Saturday in Wallaceton after haling been the guest of. Mr. nnd Mrs. Live Stock and Farming Implements HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC., NOW BELONGING TO F. M. WARE, AT PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNESDAY, 1- -2 JUNE 2nd, citi-2enhi- p. REX MOKI By Rex Peavine, 179G, by Rex McDonald, out of Daisy 2nd. Dam Silver Naylor 5382, by Silver Kink', out of Mollie. Bred to saddle and not only is a good saddler, but a yreat breeder of saddle and combined horses. Fine individual, nnd will net the kind of horses that are wanted now and that command the money. Saddle horses are very scarce in this country. Rex Moki will make the season of 1920 at my farm near Rowland. Ky., one mile East of Stanford, at 15 to insure a living colt. See him before you breed your marcs. At the same time and place, 1 will also stand the 3556 Droadus nnd Mr. Lewis W. Droadus were Sunday guests of Miss Mary story residence of five rooms below nnd three The improvements consist of elegant 1 Delle Ilalcomb. above, three porches, good cellar, etc. Extra large stock barn, containing SO stalls. Tobacco Rev. G, S. Connnt nnd Mrs. Conant barn 96x60 and all necessary outbuildings; orchard; well watered; well at house, springs, etc. Beautiful shade and approach to thia choice home. All of this farm lies exceedingly well entertained a number at dinner Sun-daand all of it good tobacco, corn, etc. land. AH in grass except eight acres for tobacco and 25 those present weret Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rankin. Mr. and Mrs. D. acres for corn this year; 20 acres in wheat; 15 acres in oats and all sown to grass with splendid F, Rankin nnd family, Mr. nnd Mrs. ttand; 35 acres in meadow nnd 12 acres in blue grass sod. On account of Mr. Ware's health he will not be able to IMMEDIATE POSSESSION; Dave Rankin and family, Mr. and Mrs look after farming any longer. And he is game enough to take what it will bring. It will be Robert Rankin. y, AT 10:00 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. Miss Elizabeth Class nnd Mr. Robt, Located on good pilc, one mile from thriving little town of McKinney with its graded Ilalcomb of Wilmore, Miss Lcttle school, fine churches, bank, atores, mill, shipping point on Southern Rnilwuy nnd splendid J. C. Wlllfnms. Red Cross Work Begins to Show Abroad. RIGA, Esthonla Deaths from typhus are decreasing in Ksthonlc, according to the report of Lieut. CoL Edward W. Ryun, hood of the American Red Cross Commission to West Russia. From eight per cent to one-ha- lf of one per cent is the record drop in number of deaths In five days in some of the hospitals. Cleaning up hospitals in Reral has been completed and the commission has begun work at Narva. splendid jack At 10 to insuro a living colt. Bijr Jake is an excellent individual and proven breeder of good, bit; bone jacks. Vou will have to see him to properly appreciate him. Mares grazed and well taken care of but no responsibility should accidents or escapes occur. Mures parted with forfeits the insurance and season money is then due and must be paid. Season money duo when colt sucks. BIG JAKE W. L. CORDIER Rowland, Ky. P. O. Stanford, Ky. LOST OR STRAYED From my piace'on Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike, March ltth, a small brown mare pony. Reward will be paid for inD. U. Long, formation. Stanford, Rout 4. COL. lt-p- or limit. The bridle an ABSOLUTE SALE FOR THE HIGH DOLLAR without reserve, We simply suggest the terms. There has been more stuff is off. YOU sny what it is worth. fed on this farm than on any three farms of its size in the county. She is a PEACH, boys. Rich and fertile, ready to Punch and get big returns. The wise man looks at land and buys it before the other fellow realizes its value. We invite the closest inspection. Look it over carefully before sale day The more you look the more you will bid. It is the right size farm, splendidly improved, in fine neighborhood, fine dirt. The property consists of one pair splendid work mules; two pairs splendid yearling mules; two Peavine gelding, well broke; one mares and mule colts as good an anybody's; one good mule jack; one jennet and jennet colt; six good milk cows, all fresh; two yearling steers; 15 nice shoats, weight about 100 pounds; about 100 barrels picked corn In quantities to suit purchaser; some baled hay and straw; one John Deere binder, new; two mowing machines and other farming tools tee numerous to mention; also lot of household and kitchen furniture. An ideal heme, close to school, churches, railroad, etc. You will be proud to call it your own. If it rains en sale day the sale will be held in the immense barn. Remember the day and hour WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2nd, at 10 A. M., aiuLfce en hand promptly. Dinner on the grounds. Terms exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. For full particulars, see, write or phone either F. M. Ware or R. S. Scudder at McKinney, Ky,, or by-bi- d per-son- al JOHN B. DINWIDDIE ON THE BLOCK. hughes & Mccarty. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 20, 1920. IVAN, THE RUSSIAN EXPERT BUYER'S SOUND ADVICE Somewhat Of A Liar. IMUBXaUKlHi Eight Pngts THIRTY FIRST YCAR NUMBER 10. WE HAVE Provided the Feeds Your Cows, Hones, nnd Mules need n cluuiKu of ration which serve? ns a That you need Jor spring use. tonic. Purchasing Agent For tiie Pennsylvania Railroad Makes A Few Timely Samuel Porcher, general purchasing agent of the Pennsylvania Railroad, has taken a few moment from the work of winding up the ntTalrs of the Division of Purchases of the U. S. Railroad Administration with which he was connected during federal railroad control, to give the public the benefit of his experience nnd observations on whnt when and how to buy. In a letter to William Mather Lewis, director of the Savings Division of the Treasury, Mr. Porcher says: "I nm n firm believer in government securities. They are the safest, soundest and most certain In value and return unyone can get. "Possession of them gives the holder, nnd if the holdings become general, the people of the Nation, n substantial interest in the government and mnkes them partners in government finance nnd alio teaches them the method by which the government must rnise money and the necessity for that money. "The purchase of government securities is un excellent way for Unpeople to save money nnd gives them the safest means for doing so; nnd also most important, teaches the people not to wnste their money. "Government securities, especially Liberty Hands, tire low in price now and nlTord a fair interest on the investment. They nre sure to npprcclatc in value and therefore are an excellent investment. Government securities are of course, well known everywhere and command n ready sale in the commercial market. "It gives me pleasure to make these comments nnd if they arc of value of course I shall be delighted. I aai endeavoring to foster the habit of saving which was started in the purchasing department of the Pennsylvania Railroad during the war. We have a cooperative arrangement whereby the employes can make purchases of these securities and pay for them In monthly re-tu- rn Yet the Tale He Unfoldi Is Not With, out Value, for It Hat a Moral, The Husstan pemant is not noted for Ms kindness to animals but there THE UNIVERSAL CAR is one Ivan Ivanovitch who has n net el excuic to olfer for his nbusc nceoriting to nn American soldier who ' The Ford Coupe with an electric served nt Vladivostok. and lighting system is otic of the most popular members of the Ford Family. It is a permaIvan owned a team of horses but nently enclosed car, with sliding plate glasi he constantly neglected and bent windows an open car with plenty of shade. them, making the whip take the plncc Then in inclement weather, enclosed and cozy, of fodder until it was possible to play dust-prof. and a harp solo on their protruding ribs. Just the car for traveling salesmen, physicians, architects, conWhen the members of the Ameri. tractors, liuildcrs, and .1 regular family car for can garrison remonstrated with him lt tires all two. Demountable rims with he defended his cruelty and his around. To women it bringVthc convenience fnilurc to feed the nnlmnls on the and comforts of the electric with the durability grounds of safety. andeconomyof the Ford car. Early orders will One time, he nstcrtcd, he wns drivavoid long delays in delivery. ing across the frozen steppes far from habitation, when he heard human the howl of hungry wolves across the Wildly he lashed the horses snow. We nre not interested in any enrs, hoping to outdistance the pack but except the Ford. soon they came in sight gradually overtaking his drosky in rpite of his utmost efforts with the whip. The horses were too poor nnd starved to escape the wolves and Ivan admitted n pang of regret seized him as he reflected that if he had fed them better he might have escaped. The pack surrounded the sleigh and Ivan gave himself up for lost, but as the pack leader spring at his team, the famished horses rendered inenp-- j able of fear from hunger turned ji Mr. anil Mrs. James Hallnrd of and Lloyd Rarncs, her brother Mr. , . i un i i. . woivea nun uevoureui mem Paint Lick were visitors Monday of Tom Turner, nnd Mr. Simon Tanker-slclie to the last scrap of hide. Mrs. C. R. Henry nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. all four of the birthdays being Some people in this country treat Milton Wnrd. Sunday. At high noon, h delicious their savings nnd investments just Mrs. Cnrric Davidson left Thurs-ila- y dinner wns served nnd enjoyed to the ns Irvnn Ivanovitch treated his hors for Richmond to be with her fullest by all present at this enjoyes, lnoic savings nre willing to grand son, Master Z. T. Rice Jr., who able occasion. The day was so pleas- work for you if they arc properly is nntly spent that late in the after noon sick. fed. They can ond will carry' you all reluctantly departed for their Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Tuttle, Mr. to safety nway from the wolves of homes, after wishing "the four" many Taylor nnd daughters, Misses Malinda more nappy poverty, unemployment, illness or birthdays. Mnry, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd misfortune if they arc built up and and Mrs. J. P. Foley. strengthened by safe investment Resumed Mr. nnd Mrs. William Lnnc nnd such as Government Savings Stamps, Treasury Savings Certificates nnd little son, Misses Flonnie Mnc nnd Red Cross. Liberty Bonds. Hut they will not Savannah Lane, attended church Sunturn on the wolves and devour them day nt Pleasant Hill. VERDUN As rapidly as small because they are starved and Mr. and Mrs. William Griggs nnd tracts of land nround Verdun' are They are not Jhnt kind of two daughters, Misses Leota and freed from the more dangerous dehorses. And besides you may not Marie, spent Sunday with Mr. and bris, the boys among the returned prove to be as able a liar as Ivan. Mrs. William Smith of the Pleasant farm population turn to and finish work of their fathers and elder Hill section. Uncxploded shells and GUY. "Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Wnlkcr, Mr. nnd brothers. loose ammunition are first removed Mrs. Roy Prathcr and children motorMr. J. L. Ynntis spent Sunday at youngsters are allowed to ed to Danville Sunday afternoon to before the Danville. see Mr. Cecil Prather at the Danville work. The work proceeds slowly, for haste means danger. The AmerMrs. Holman Hrown was a visitor Hospital. ican Red Cross is furnishing, implein Danville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin and ments. Mrs. James Eason has been quite daughters, Misses Allie, Cora nnd ill .but is improving. Flora, Mr. Oscar Lewis spent Sunday Mr. Harry D. Rice spent from Fri- with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Day Ray of day until Monday at Richmond. the Poor Ridge Road. Mesdnmes Green and Alfred Poyn-te- r Mrs. William Sutton attended the were visitors at McCreary Mon- funeral in Mndison Monday afternoon day. of her uncle, Mr. William Martin and Miss Rose Turner of Lancaster was the guest Monday night of her spent the week end with Miss Mollie sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jones of Death only a matter of short time. Uarnes. Don't wait until pains and aches Paint Lick. Mr. Tom Uarnes was n visitor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. become incurable diseases. Avoid by taking Mr. nnd Mrs. James Ynntis Sunday C. R. Henry had for their Sunday-guest- s painful consequences evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wnrd nnd GOLD Mrs. J. L. Ynntis was n visitor Fri- children of Kirksville, Mr. and Mrs. William Clark nnd Mnstcr Earl, Mrs. nt day of Mrs. A. W. Knvannugh J. L. Ynntis nnd sons, George nnd Lancaster. Mr. Z. T. Rice Sr., of Richmond, Herschel. A delightful dny wns spent spent Friday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Uni- by all. The world's standard remedy for kidney, Mr. and Mrs. William Uarnes enter- liver, bladder and uric add troubles the corn Pelphrcy. National Remedy of Holland since 1435. Miss Daisy Reynolds of Gunns tained n number of their friends SunGuaranteed. Three sixes, all druggists. Chapel, is visiting her sister, Mr, and day, May ICth, at nn elegant birthday Leak far Ue name CaU MxUt M every tM dinner in honor of their sons, Tom ai act.pt ae Imiutba) Mrs. Henry Tuttlc. Miss Lula Smith of Pleasant Hill, spent Friday night with Mr, and Mrs. self-startiof rain-proo3S4-inc- FOR THE COW We have Mixed Feed, Bran Short, Sweet Feeds and Shomockcr a halnnced ration. FOR THE HORSE AND MULE We hnvc Green Crass, Sweets and Oats. FOR THE HOGS We have Mixed Feed, Middlings, Corn and Shomockcr, the Balanced ration that makes fat and produces thrift in your herd. Has everything in it a hog relishes all lit a fair price. Hascldcn Bros Garage. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ."Yes", Or "No" SUGAR FROM Which Do You Say? SAWDUST. ; Pittsburg Chemist Dis covers Method That Costs 3 Cents A Pound. (New York World) Pittsburg, High graded sugar can be mode out of ordinary aduil nt a cost of about .1 cent a pound, according to Robert Hyde, a Univcrsi-t- y of Manchester graduate and n chemiit of Colwell Street, thii city who nay he ha invented n process for clTrctinir this wonderful transmutation. One pound of sawdust will make of a pound of sugar. The chemist displayed n sample of sugar which he said had been extracted from sawdust. In discussing his invention. Hyde said; "While. I was studying chemistry In Germany an old professor made a statement onu day about the properties of sugar that left a lasting impression on nie. I set out to apply his statement to the extraction of sugar from wood. Kxperiment failed. After eight years' research, quite by accident one day in my laboratory I upet a flask containing a certain liquid on some excelsor. The effect was peculiar and I Investigated. The result' was the realization of my dream. If made by hand, the sugar will cost approximately 3 cents n pound, while if manufactured on an extensive scale by machinery, the cost would be cut to less than half tlmt amount. The process consumes about ten hours." threei-quarte--' Folk. With Thin. Pal. Ulood Feel Uncertain SHOULD Hell-tal- e y, TAKE PnPTO-MANGA- Men and Women Know What They Want To Do And Do It. It may be that you are juit from a sick spell or mny be your system is run down nnd your blood so wesk that you arc in n poor shape to resist infection Hut if you don't feel and look ro bust you are not robust. Such state due to weak blood, not Is often enough red blood cells, n condition known as anemia. The best remedy for anemia (bloodlenes) with its low mental and physical vigor is Guile's 1'epto- Mangan. supplies the weak, watery blood with the very elements it needs to put new life into It. It the and repairs, exhausted blood, the vital fluid of n health and life. Try " if you are It cannot harm you It will certainly help you unless you have some chronic disease requiring the physician's care. He sure the name "GudeV is on the package. Without "Guile's" it is not For sale at all druggists. Advertisement. Pcpto-Mnngnn I'epto-Mangs"run-down.deep-seated I'epto-Mangs- Farming The Thru NEW LAW Kindness T o Dumb Brutes must be taught In Schools of Kentucky. Through the persistent efforts of in Kentucky, Mr. John Brute, the American Humane succeeded in Society Educntion March in securing n humane education law for that state. This mnkes the eighteenth state to have legislation in behalf of humane education. The text of the Kentucky law fol. LATE TOO Red Cross Fights New Epidemic. BELGRADE Group refuges from the of typhus-Infecte- d scattered forces of Gen. Dcneklne are Court of Liens. pouring Into Serbia, threatening the The Court of IJnns li the wot country with the greatest epidemic famous own of I lie Allinrnlim. In in years, The Amcricnn Red Cross Kpaln. It takes Its name from 12 has appealed to help light the menwhite tiinrMe lions from who.- - iiuuitli. stream of water Mowed Into a evil-tr- ace nnd Is instituting a vigorous campaign. alnhmter lmln. lows : An ACT requiring the teaching in the public schools of humane treatment to animals. But it enacted by the Genernl Assembly of the Commonwealth of Ken- William Griggs. Mr. and Mrs. John Yatcr and chiltucky : That for the purpose of lessening dren were recent guests of Mr. nnd crime and raising the standard of Mrs H.cnry Yatcr good citixenship, nnd inrulcntiug the Mesdames Jim Day Ray and Fred spirit of humanity, such humane eJu Snyder of Coy, spent the day Friday cat cn slm'i be given in the public with Mrs. Tom Doolin. fc'.oo' as . licit include the kind rnd Misics Ollie Meridu nnd Lucille Just trontrent of horses, dogs, ca.i, Turner, visited Misses Mollie and birds und nil other nnlmnls. Ethyl Humes Monday. In erer;- public school within this Miss .Wile Pelphrcy was the charmStnte not less than one-hahour of ing guilt Monday night of Miss .Maeach week during the whole of sjcH rgaret Pay of Tenters ille, term of school should be devoted to Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham visited teaching the pupils thereof klndneM 'her parents Saturday Mr. and Mrs, nnd justice to, and humane trcntn-M- it nnd protection of nntmnls and bitdr j Milo Simpson at Lancaster, and the important part they fulfil1 .n Miss Dorothy Oeazley spent u porthe ecor.smy or nntur. It sha I b( tion of last week with her sister, Mr optional with each teacher whether and Mrs. William Kinder. it shall be consecutive half-hou- r or Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and shorter periods dally, or whether ' children wero Sunday guests of Mrs, such teaching shall be through huJohn Hroaddus of Hyattsville, mane reading, stories, narratives of Mrs. William Mnrsee, Miss Allle daily Incidents, or illuitratons taken from personal experience. This In Doolin and Mr. Oscar Lewis, motored struction shall bo a part of the curri- to Danville Thursday for the day, Master Harold Ward of Madison, culum of study in all the public DANCING 9 TO 2. SUPPER 6 TO 9. spent the past week end with his cousshcools of the state of Kentucky. The principal or teacher of every ins, James Milton and Louise Henry. school shall certify in his or her reMr. and Mrs, Gilbert Turner of ports that such Instruction has been Lexington have returned home after given in the school under his or her a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Noah Mar controL see. after group its representative MEDAL GRAHAM SPRINGS Harrodsburg; Ky. A NTED - lf Annual Opening1, I Bushels of Hemp Seed HIGHEST MARKET PRICE THURSDAY EVENING, I May 27th, 1920 BEN C. AL.LIN, Prop. Logan & Haggin, GEORGETOWN, KY. Or J. H. Turner. Nicholasville, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 20, 1 920 M. S. LIVC STOCK USEFUL ANIMALS FOR FARMS1 In I Fell Himself a Stranger. John was nnslnus to see his new brother, "ho had JuM arrived. The nurse finally took him to the bedside and the new brother win crying. John lookvd bewildered anil finally said, "He Is crying fr hi own folks." HATFIELD DENTIST Offlea over Tha Garrard Bank. Phont, Office 5. FUildsnca 376. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. Department of Agriculture Assisting Improvement ef Horses In Rangt Country, Dickens Cold. Cliarles Dickens hod n cold and thus described It In n letter to a friend: "I am nt this moment deaf !n the ears, hoarse In tho throat, red In tho noi, green In tho gills, damp In the eyes, twltrhy In the joint and fractious In Y Gluttons for Punishment I.cc Tires ask no favors of the ronil. On rough country road. their tough trend travel almost unharmed over sharp anil jut ling points, that would tear the heart out of lcf sturdy tires. On paved street and houlcvard.-- Lee Tire. wear down surprisingly and pleasingly slow. t JL J The I'nlteil States department of agriculture ha bred and developed several stnlllons In It horse-breedi- ng the temper." J, J. Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. Office Hour, 8 to 12 anil 1 DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. nlst Opposite Gilcher Hotel. to S p.m. Life's Treasures. wt He hidden The gold of tlfn do In mine: t sparkle In tiny sand all Wyo. Tho stnlllons will bo leased ilong the common path of every tiny, to private breeder and community lie "ho oily gathers It bit by bit breeding club for the breeding dally duties ami pleasures ami to from In this way It li opportunity ami friendship will find In tho Improvement of tho light himself the H4M"or of the real treashorse stock of the range country where ure at last. project now located nt the V. !. , Wyoming Itorso Hreedlng Station, lluf-fnlosen-so- pnoed J. A. Beazlev DIRECTOR X MINERAL o'fllce Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Office I'henel27 LANCASTEH.rKY.' Varied Climes. Varied Hsblts. Native of hot cllmnte who spend much time In the wnter wrely ne snap except for n lMive or shampoo. hnthor The Esquimau I a reekle during the (1htng enon. when he Is forced to wnde to dlentnncle hi nets, but hi "ifo nnd family think hnndllni wet net absolve them from further If you knew how to make tire and none hut the hent wotthl satisfy you, the Lee Tire is the kind you'd htiild. Zitj-Zn- g thoroughly good are Lec Tire that you'll get an entirely new idea of tire mileage and satisfaction front the first one you try. Let us show you why. So Tread V h4 m miki wjh ui Hfi.l. Mtrt.iiV.Or sf.i..t ! KlrtiUV . t ihhIiux iMn T . IV M Vlhaw A afH KZjKaaaiiaH 1. bathing rlie Well to Forgtt Sorrows. Homo people hoitrd up their sornws ns a miser hoards gold, anil whenever they hnve a little leWtiro. they tatae the j them out and count them over n miser count up Id treasure. The Day Stallion Defender, Ten.Year-OlPhotograph Taken at Wyoming State fuller your coffer are of remembered sorrow the poorer jmt are. Throw Liok. Kentuchv. Fair. t reeall thi-them away. stallion of merit nre not available and when jou eon hil It. Kiehange. In those section) where light home nro preferred. Wedding Ring Worn on Thumb. The number of nrnllnhle stallion l III the n I (Hi of Ceorre I of England i VETERINARIAN. limited tn ntMiut 10. ns only the bet fnshLyi timl something to do with the j Call, Anivered Promptly D oi of thoe produced have been retained wcddluVring. Ijirge uotidlng rlnat le- or will be allowed to go out for puK tng fnWred nt un- Night Phon. 317. that time. It wn rnnge Hi lie service. Thee stnlllons usual to see n woman wearing her wed- 111 height from 13 hand 1 Inch tn KENTUCI. LANCASTER ding ring on her thumb, altlHiuch It hand 2 Inches, weigh from 1.W) to linil been placed on fourth ttacrr pound, nnd in nearly all case during tho ceremony. theWedding ring nre tried sire nnd known producer. ' wom on the thumb In the were The object of the work nt tho sta- middlealso the seventeenth century. of tion In which these horse aro being produced I the preservation nnd deFine Cut velopment of a utility homo suitable j raptr uacKing tor ncuircs. To paste now paper backing on for rnnge nnd farm conditions. Tho points especially emphasized nre the framed pictures, the paper, cut to the M. size, should first be llontod in development of sire, soundness, nctlon. and stnmlnn, in n use- n pan of water until It Is entirely wet. should lie spplleil to the ful animal which can be used under The N. L. PREWITT the saddle, on the road, or In the frame,' and the paper, from which I the actual drop of water hnve been field. Person Interested should address j wiped, should be pressed Into place correspondence to tho Wyoming Horse uiion the fnime. As the paper dries It win .Minn. mating it n smooiniy i SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Iireedlng station. Iluffnlo, Wyo. ' strctcheil hacking. iu nkl. U.t m. u Klrnul r.t. liu lu t tb imTm m m.uki 11. ttriM tt i.i xu dMi 1 tU H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. d Paint Itefe Letts Dr. Printus Walker jl in I I I1 S" IIi II 1 - Ol lH JH lH SSrBI ll ( nt , L Tires sell- Lancaster, Kentucky. Honaker Flowers. Auctioneer "Smile at Miles Tires are advancing every day but we are what we have on hand at the old price. John McRoberts. tract-nblllt- pror late I Lancaster. Ky,. R. F JOHN WHITE D. No. 3 EARLY BREEDING ADVOCATED & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Lambs Born In Spring Qst One or Two Months of Mothers' Milk Before Fighting Worms. Hariy breeding, tn onler that Iambs j may bo old enough to offer strong re-slstnnce to worms when they nre turned on pasture, I ndvoeated by the Nebraska College of Agriculture. Kwe bred tn October nnd November will lnml) In March and April. Tills will give the lambs from one to two months on their mothem' milk nnd on grain be The undcraifned hereby give warnfore they have to comhut worms. The ing to all persons not to trespass upon principal objection to early lambing Is ur land: for any purpose 'whatever the necessity of having n good barn. is we will prosecute all offenders to However, the espenso nnd trouble from the fullest extent of the law. Hunt- early Inmblng nre moro than offset by ers and fishermen especially take the nblllty of the lambs to survive the worm season. Ilxtrn feeding of ewes notice. during the breeding season is urged. Mrs. Cora Phillips, It. L, Elkin, Well-feewes nrv moro likely to pro Mrs. Emma Daniels, duce twin. ft. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, TEETH OF CATTLE ARE LOOSE Mrs. Emma Hlgginbothara, Edd and N B. Price. Nature Intended Them to Be So tc W S. C. Rlgiby. Prevent Injury to Jawbone In i 0. M. Anderson. Cutting Off Qrass. R. L. Barker B. L. Kelley. The incisor teeth of cattle project J. C. RIesby. forwurd and their upper surface! Mrs. Victoria Anderson, come Into contact with tho "dental pad" of tho upper Jhw. Clmns U Thompson and Tracy cut off by tho cow grasping It nnd Jerking the hend upwnrd, thereby cut Growth. ting It with the hnrp edge of the In Married people should try to learn cisors. If the Incisors wero tlrnity how to crow townnls onch other. No fixed 1o the Jmvbono injury to the denhuman thine, marrlngo least of nil, ran tal pad would occur. Don't be nllowed to crow untended. It takes worry when you discover that the pains and thought, ox well as unsclf-Ishncow's front teeth nro loose. Nature to grow good marriages. Intended them to bo so. Woman's Magazine. and lull vattM paid for raw FURS Hlaas ana Qeat Saiaa liberal assortment POSTED 307 Acres i OF MERCER COUNTY AT LAND i 0 0 fj PUBLIC AUCTION As agent of Edward Clemmons, we will offer at Public Auction on c, 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. of purchase price on date of sale, 23 per cent on TERMS -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, at which time possession will be given. payable 1-- Monday, June 7th, One-tenth 1-3 LtveStocj IINotes Southern Optical Co. Incorporated high-price- d Quarantlno your hog lots when chub era Is In thu locality. i Every pig lost at farrowing time lessens the chance of profit. . Alfalfa meal fed to breeding hogs help to sato grain. Young boars should be separated from their mate at or before fhu mouths old. Uanuficturtrs of EYE Psrftct-Flttln- g semi-annuall- y SPECTACLES AND GLASSES ... Kryptaki Artificial Eyei Don't bo afraid to sit up all night whin tho pigs are coming. You will be well paid for It. Keep cholera away by having everything clean about the yards and build Ings. Use disinfectants, In these days of feed It does not look llku good business to feet brood sows all winter and then through carelessness or neglect permit theiu to lose most of their pigs. high-price- Invisible Bifocal Lent , Union Bank & LEXINGTON, ... Trust Go. AGENT, EDWARD CLEMMONS. KENTUCKY. 4th A Chestnut 8U, LOUISVILLE, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 20, 920 1 3 Come to See Us FOR t Diamond sasr i i CELESTE ijjj jjj p Dy ACNES 0. BROGAN. tires i (C.innbt. lilt, w.at.m .s.w.i.r Usual often, an' you'll want to know w lint's bsptMwd to your old friends. I reckon we nn' wit house liHik about the Mime as they ued to beforo you went awny Ain't much progress In Landcnd. You arted nt-Celeste an' thoe nre the HSfwe words 1 says to her last time 1 pit up us far as her place. You know It's awful Incotnenlent to g't there, hut Sam said he'd tnke mo when he ilrirte out with supplier, to I went. Celeste's eruii'm had died then, nn' Celeste wns nlono In the little houe lier erati'ina left her under conditions that Celeste would gu on Ihln" In It. nn' kirji the place tike It was) ued to. I reckon It wnan't so much .he eared about loslti her that frtiwle kept on llvln' there nlone, hut the girl has that kind of u conscience. A ilylu1 wih to her Is nn Kith It has to be kept. "C.Htrse there was another condition to the will, which was that Celeste nhould pi on llvln' there only until she married and liml home of her own; there wasn't nothing binding nculnst that. Hut land! the old Indy felt pret-t- y Mire hUxu lmlng her place kept Up. If eer sweetness was wusted mi desert air It was Celeste's. There she wit In her gran'mo's faded tmrlor, gbiwln' like h clieekx all pink, bright an' her latlr soft and her curly. "Celeste lii.Ulm." my. 'how-dyHi msiHuse to keep cheerful In all leg-uo- "1 in real slnd you'ro Cirne," Mid Mrs. 1jiwv.ii. Ihj so nice to hnve a ttood vllt cme more. Folk don't Ket to our corner of tin; world tint "f DEPENDABLE Furniture Bod Room Suites, Parlor Suites in all , Brown Mahogany Dull Mahogany, Walnut, Ivory, Golden Oak, Odd Dressers, Chiffoniers, Floor Lamps, Desk Lamps, Ladies' Desks, Trunks, Porch Shades, styles and finishes Dining Room Suites, Complete in all styles and finishes, Odd Tables, Rockers, Chairs, et r". Fibre Suites, Ranges, Cook Stoves Lounging Couches, this tatHMuHHe wnte)" 'Tin net exactly liiesmK." she soys "I rml an' few nn' hiy, nu drive my old hr--e Jlollle. Hut 1 will udinlt. I often do wNh for eoinimu-loMp," Porch Furniture. "Vi4l." my I. ".Mr. ltliht will come nlomc some day." As I Hskl It I knew there wat its ihih'Ii titmice of nnyone who wonKI h. Mr. Illcht to Celeste llndln her In ttmt lmrle.1 corner as there would of tlte president to In for afternoon All Kinds of Floor Coverings, Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. ts. dni KIimI H)lH't isvsn tliat iwrtlcular etiHiWHloiHdtlp,n Celeste My. Iniifliln'. "1 liiit meant tlmt It would I of Wm. MARSEE, Lancaster, Ky 1920. 1920. German Planes Fell to 1,700. "AUTO ZOMBRO" 2.02i The fastest stallion thnl ever made a season In Garrard County. "Auto Zombro" obtained hit record of 2.02 H at Milwnuker, Wiiconiin, Sept. 11, IttlC. Sired by Zombro 2.11 he by McKInney 2.11 U. Dam Trixy by Conifer. He la a red bay, 15, hands high, tound, a good breeder and a sure foal getter. Will make the present season at armistice the total of (Srmiari txmititni; and smutlng to l.Tu), while alrplnncs had fnlU-the allies had ttirvo machines on the front to every German one. The Greater Deed. ltlrst-- Is the memory of thoe who hare kept themselves unspotted from the world I Vet more Messed, more dear, the memory of ilioo who hare kept themselves In the unknotted world. Mr. Jamlraon. Ever Notice It! A runs: "Why Don't headline Bachelors .Marry!" That's no. Whj don't they? Come to think, wo have never Jet feen a bachelor who was It' mn tried. remarkable Hoston 1 At tlit- - signing of tlx' $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Will also stand a Rood Jack at $10.00 to liuur. A lien will be re- tained on all colts until season money Is paid. Not responsible for accidents. This stock will make the season of 1920 at my stable near the Lexington Tike, on the Ilout Lane below the Fork Church. Transcript. Opportunity tor Every Uoy. It wim u wise ilNpcin.nl Ion of l'rnri deuce to lxie Invented mi many frames ran pick out for hoys Hint every at trust one In which he can excel nl rival, mid have the memory of his prowess to support him when he has crown om. ROBERT R. FOX, BryanUvllIc riione. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ly DENMARK This splendid bred middle hor.su will make the season nt my place, two miles from Lancaster, on the Uuckeyo pike nt Indian's Cradle. The pnpoo,e cradle, or Tndil-chl,Is found In every I'lute dwelling, nnd It Is the masterpiece of the Indian Cradle nnd inothiTii achletementx. carriage In one. It hnM the youth" ful M'lon Inched mid sliaul-tioun- und safe nnd content. I Bird and Their Toes. tin!, cannot open the foot whrn (he leg Is lent; thnt Is Ihu retiKon A Living: Colt. $12.00 they do not fall off their erche when DENMARK is one of the best bred horses. of the Den- asleep. If you watch n hen walking, mark strain that has ever stood in this county. Hu is 1G hands you will notice that It rinse Its toes liiKh, solid buy, with flnu mnno and tail, splendid action and one as It raises the foot, mid opens them when It toiiihet the ground, of the best saddle horses. To Insure Tlt-HI- old Jnck, At the same time and place I will stand my fine four year CALDWELL $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. any occur. This woll bred Jack is by Sy Jones, lie by Dr. Wood, by Dr. McCord mid he by Gov. Wood 33. Caldwell's dam is by Tom Keeno hu by Rube BilHiiKton. The. Modern Shtk.il. This Jack is 15-- 2 hands high, black with white points, Rood What has become of the minister who used to preuch bono and body. 'A lion will bo retained on all colts until season is paid. against laying up money to rust mid corrode whlto If maro is traded or parted with the money becomes due. Will sphcroT The few In this wa mundane gut shekels try to prevent all accidents, but will not be responsible should no rust and they do not corrode, bear nei- Good for the Owl. An owl observer nw nn owl nine field mice, ono after another, nnd nt the expiration of four hour It swallowed four moro mice, The farmer should take notice of these facts, for he run well spare n chicken novr ami then for the sertlcea thus rendered. Kxrhanetv CLARENCE BEAZLEY, PKm 32S.Q. It F. D. Ne. 3. Laacasttr, Ky. ther doth moths prey upon them, but we sometime feel llko It goes the other way, although they have not broken In upoa us. Hartford Hevub-I- I can. mine ilisiiitit erson utiout to enjoy thliiBs with. ThereV t many thine to enjoy," say Celeste; "the flower In summer, and rlKht now, even with all the mow nlMiiit. there's the IdnN. who come to lo feil atwl sit In rows on the ml berry tree, nnd there lire cookies to be linked for the Mrhnolchlldre u," she nays. "How they love to llnd me In my cutter nt the IhthI of the road whrn they como homo from school. I drive Sometime the smallest ones home." "I hojie," I Mild, as n parting Joke, "that Mr. ltlclit will drop In noou an surprise you." "Alryphines don't fly this weather." Celeste had laughed back. An' 1 looked up to see u blizzard Catherine arouml me. All nlsht thnt blizzard meed, while tho thermometer went down below zero. No mall came In to Iinils end that nlsht. or went out, either; blocked In Mr for the trains bad drifts ml en out. where even miou plows couldn't reach Vm." Hut as the train didn't dniw In, no wblstlo sotimhii. So, quicker than us no cureless wits, Celeste wns at the n'sklnc the station ncent why; on' when di lenmeil of the pllcht of those stranded people the girl pulls on her fur coat, ties her nil hood and gives out In the durkuess to linrness Xlollle to her cutter. An when Mollle was ready for her Unlit aenlnst the nlcht and the roads Celeste runs back to the houso to till up n hamper with everything eatablo she could find. Stie found considerable. Celeste always did keep cooked up. I can believe thnt she looked like nn angel to thoe hungry folks In the car when she went smllln' down the nlsle, her red hood over her pretty hnlr, - an' her basket on her unu. She'd fell Into several snow mounds as she ctttne, but he didn't mention that. An' when one little frightened girl learned that Celeste had driven there sho held on to her and begged to be taken home. "Marlon's not very well," n man told Celeste. "I'm afraid a night hi the car will be hard on her." Tho trains were held, you see, nearer to Celeste's fiiraway homo than to Ijindsend. An', with the child's arms around her, he KUggestcd to the man whom she took to be the futher, that lie be allowed to curry Marlon home with her for the night. After one look Into Cleste'it fnco he agreed willingly. That was tho beginning of the end. Tho man wasn't Marlon' father, ns It turned out, hut tin uncle who'd gone to fetch tho child to his own bachelor quarter after her father died. An' when this undo managed to get to Celeste' next day, uti' the child hung; on to her there nn' begged to stay why, that's the way It wa arranged. He came back, this uncle, to visit, reg'lur, an a her gran'-mwill hadn't said uuthln about bold In' Celeste to the houso after she was married. Celeste left It. Oh, ye I she married Marlon' uncle. An' Celeste now ha a fine home of tier own In the city, tiho keeps her grsn'ma'a here for a sort of country piece. So (o Celeriu happiness did come, you see. And I reckon that, while flower may bloom unseen, you can't hide u kind heart It's bound to Itself kuowo. br-eI teli-phoa' he nlee to hnt 1 Tribble & Reynierson. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. The way of the SAFE is the way of the duty doing dollar. It it no gamble. It is a sure thing. Follow the course of wisdom and place some of your earnings into safe keeping in the substantial banking system of this community. Get a book today. Get the saving habit with it. M The SAFE Way .! B. F. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. O. Rlgrney, Asst. Cashier, Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Mrs. .V. C. Hamilton. Ass't Teller. Wm. F. Miller, Teller. .Vice-Preside- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copirol A. $50,000. Book-keepe- Surplus $30,000. Vlce-Pres- DENN'Y, President. J. E. STORM ES, C. M. THOMPSON, S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. P.. HAHP.IS, Individual HUGH MOBLEY, General r; n. Teller. r. Book-Keepe- WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swincbroad, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. 40 or 50 FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. If you want to Buy a Farm change a Farm see Sell a Farm or Ex- W. T. KING The Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. R. F. D. No. 1. LANCASTER, KY.' ok 'Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 20, caster spent Thursday night with Mr Mary A. Sanders. Mr, ami Mrs. Lewis Noel, Mr. and A pla. IMSKIIA. Adrian Sshars Mrs. Ollic Ilogie and children and KUC of blindntM Is sweeping the oat vre entertained it towns of the Sahnra detert. Dr. Mr. Noel Hogie Toulant, of the Paiteur Inititute of Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sim-soOphthalmology, who 11 conducting Messrs A. P. Hrndstaw and A. T. experiments on n herd of monkeys in nn elTort to isolate the germ which Sanders have returned home after Is blinding tens of thousands of Ar- n weeks stay in northern III. While abian children, hss informed tlx there they attended a series of Abcr s irate American Ited Cross that eight of and purchased a every ten children in the Sahar are number of the noted Angus cows nt n fancy price. now affected. of the Sahara The white Nun Mr?. K. II, liny and daughter, Mr. are treating the eyes of hundreds of and Mrs. Walter flrow, Mr. and Mrs. children. With IUskrn, "The Oard Hubert Carter and Mr. Kvcrctt Se- en of Allah" onsis, as their motored to I'aris Monday to they tour tho desert on attend the marriage of Ker Plllard camels, visiting the oasis towns where Scbnstln and Miss llettie Mae Sparks the plague is at it worst. Tho which was solemnised at the Ilapttst rrcnen military doctors services are i Church nt that place required to prevent tne spread ot the French colonial army, and they are I quite unable to nttend the native I population. Two American Ited Cress olTicersI recently completed n tour of Alger After you eat always take withl ia and Tunisia, consulting I French residents doctors ns to the best means of combating the plague. I 1 Red Cross Work for J also Miss Ida Mae Sanders of Ln Arab Children. liTiSfttiini CHEVROLET IMPORTANT I r TWO 920 OF A KIND TO-DAY ! III THE BEST TOBACCO SETTERS ON THE MARKET NEWS ECONOMY BULLETIN FEATURES OF Pern-Angu- COMMERCIAL CARS. "A commercial car i judged on the busts of its operMing co;ts costs that can be figured in terms of money and time," fays THE PAINT LICK GARAGE, Paint Lick, Ky, dealer in Chevrolet and commercial cars. "One of the principle items ofexpense it gasoline. Another is tires. Economy in these items therefore is important. "In selecting a commercial car care should be taken to see that the motor, in addition to being mechanically dependable, is known for its economy in fuel consumption. "The capacity of the truck should be so well proportioned to the power as to result in a further saving of fuel; and also in a saving of tires. "Furthermore commercial cars should be equipped with electric starters. This is an important feature in saving both gasoline and time. "The inconvenience of cranking the motor by hand is unpleasant to the average driver. It is a common practice, therefore, to let the motor run while the car is being loaded or is standing at a delivery stop. This is waste of gasoline and runs into considerable money in time. "The electric starter eliminates this expense by eliminating the inconvenience which caused it. "In addition the electric starter saves the time required to set the control levers, walk to the front of the car, crank a cold engine, and climb back to the seat. "The combined saving of time and fuel effected in this way is a substantial item. It is a practical contribution to the greater economy of commercial car transportation." pnss-enger head-quarter- s, tiff M ltd. CSlJ gATONIC f MT. HEBRON Itev Mitchell of Uurgin will preach here Saturday afternoon, and Sunday morning and evening. Miss Iluth Montgomery continues quite ill. Mr. Arch Onstott and family of I'aint Lick were the gusaU of Mrs. Elizabeth OneUtt Sunday. Mm. A. O. Montgomery and Mr Instantly rclleTpa Hsai iIhh ,Mat-miCUFiB- - Stops food souring, repeating, and all stomach miseries. i iil AU lp H .Iww rtrM h WMta4tmatr. trmm Tmsty sad ftp. Twm i f EATOHtCIs ml ImtM. Oaf 4mw tirtMS) filimwtywwiwfaatssssi Ht Mtadsj, Imw&tm, . R. E. McROBERTS, Lnc.l,r. ur TIGER SE' ER !? lyyTSg What Are The Issus? Paint Lick Garage PAINT LICK .KENTUCKY. ttj Just Received a 1 Car Load of No. T MQTHY Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE President, C. L. ZANONE Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. Ex-Servi- ce Men, Join the Amerlcau Legion of this Post. Next month both of the National Ilum-I-I VamlerposM return! t rm a weeks vicit with their parents in Conventions will be held to norninUo Kokomo lost Thursday. candidates for President nnd Vice president nnd to make platforms set Mr. nnd Mrs John Seper ami of Mercer county were the ting forth what they respectively guests of his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. stand for. Heretofore the lines Inference between the Republican Soper here Saturday and Sunday. . .I 1 lHM.l U Mrs. Frank fiannous and son of sn distinctive that it was practical Salvisn, Mrs. Georgia Rannous and ly known in advance what would be i kii.. t Uurgin, Mr. Luther TU.." .,t. th Montgomery nnd wife nnd Mrs. .r.,1 .IHIU.VII IM.III.. t.Millnn Ml,. .I.II.L.... f tl..lV""1 -I 1 llltl,. .'l.t'llllNII , m. party has hml rodsburg attended Sunday School Uil, C t here Sunday nnd were with Mr. nnd ..(Mil .. ;tui U MJUtlllUUUI VJIUI1 Mrs. Kussell Yanderpool and outside of the bill turning the railroads bark to their owners, not a single important or constructive Out Of measure has been passed or a single lefinite policy Try NR undertaken in outlined. They huvenot any way to change the present form of government taxntion Nothing Bstttr It bl!chtsn You Out have complained mnmr fc.lin; , vi Much. Tns They extravagance under of govern Uw, RrtuliUs Oavttls. Atts Pcmocra mnt Plsiuntty. Cuirjntssd. tic rule nnd yet have not ottered rat too much vrr a single suggestion or plan to cut Itanr. uajr ami mu too much. down this taxntion. eil So far as performance through Hirer au.ro lliun nnr people In th norm iri n indiemion, bll!ousn Congress, the Kcpublican party has ccd ronstlt:on. Mini a l,uio thouKhtfutns not an issue to present to the coun care, however, a crtut amount nnJ of mun ixi uuiroi rvj:ix uuw arolUtd and try. The Democratic party is also ii nevtr trua ttiu Is very much nt sea as to future legis unui jrou uecojuo one of tbn sortral r.uaon tx!'" f this countrr h lation. It of course will be before http a Ux vt Nature' Rimtd (Nil the country to give an nccount of Llfti) roa. tantly m liaml amt usa It Kli cv r C: : .tlon, LliluuiiivM or it stewardship. It wilt stand upon rurces. rathartles. it great domestic reforms and up trJ.. .3.1. fir . wlilrh m.r.. UT S Oil. on the winning of the war. ly forro bowel nn.un. Nature's Remedy it The Lengue of Nations may l uru n t - Goal lnQueix-- u(n the rr. r unt'uvo nnu euminaiit come nn issue if the Itepublican par Urn tho I'imacli. llwr. tuwel an.l . e cn I'm l.iJn)-aIt purpose I t. ty declares ngninst it but that is not I roraoto ami harnninlou vt nil tl4 unrun tlut luuullo tho likely to be done. ifxi ami tody Kate. The country needs n broad con Tho I I why the rrtult which fol-- I w t.'.e use nf Ncture' Remedy are structivc policy to meet tho pre.ent , .w nrprne ta (bote i n tl r a rnt t y IL The U' tlon while chaotic conditions of the country. l....n:jt and thoruucli, I a mild and We need the best business methods emtio and plraiaat a Nature irr if, an 1 tho thorough cleansing; tbe tody r"iH'i brlns ft feellnir of applied to the biggest business in tho ri it relief ai.J bonvdt sucii o no world in running this government )i. t'k pllt or cathartic ever pro-u- u ami yet neither party seems to he apd far anrni-.ea Ij t:t .aoiiiai U.x of rrNiture'e Rimed proaching their conventions with any unu tu taere i ri i.. i, r lc t.i jirir n, r It mut nivo you definite plan to meet the conditions. ri iff nrd licnnt than any kt I or txjwu runlf Ir.e you ever tie! taek inatartly It Ii sold. tr r 1 1 i f BEM1S SETTER WE SELL THEM """ Stomach 'g BRYANTSVILLE, Becker &! Ballard i 'i 1:1 BOTH AND AT PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE. ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. 1 Ordtr? rrl ri f The New - a Chandler YOU HAVE MISSED SOMETHING u v!.-,,rv- . IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN IT. A DEMONSTRATION WOULD BE A PLEASURE 1 sl-.- J and rccumtavuiltd by yuur DRUG STORE. McRODERTS Reasons ! Why you should use Cartful, the woman's tonic, lor your troubles, have been shown In thousands ol letters from actual users of this medicine, who speak from personal experience. II the results obtained by other women for so many years have been to uniformly Rood, why not Civc Caxdul a trial 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 Tin Work, Roofing and outfits. Orders left at Goodloe and Walker Bros, store will have prompt attention. Phone 254. I am Bath-Room TEATERSVILLE. Mr, nnd Mr. Tilden Hoover were in Lancaster Saturday, Mies Irene Grow spent the week end with Mitt Anna Layton. Mix Elizabeth Walker visited rel ative in Luncaitcr this week. Mr, nnd .Mr. K II. liny spent The Chandler Six of today is the result of the constant refinement of that first Chandler of nearly seven years ago refinement and mechanical development, without radical change or questionable experimentation at any time. With its several fine new body types, its marvelous motor and its splendid chassis, the CHANDLER is indeed a car you may well be proud to own. Take Sunday with Mr. Lindor Sanders of Peicy, Mil Juanetn Simpton I nvmtlng her grand mother, Mr. Sinipton in Lancaiter thi week. Mr. Chrittine Morford was the at. tractive visitor of Mitt I'eachie Mae Sander, Thurtday night. Mine Elizabeth and Tinilu I'ulir.er of I'omt Level were week end guest of Mitt Hernice llroadu. Mitt Delma Bogie of Morktbury, ha CARDUI Till Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, of Va., wrlles: "About II years ago, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, pains, headache, numbness I would go for three weeks almost bent double , , . My husband went to Ur. for Cardul . , . After taking about two bottles began going and when I took three bottles I could do E-all rsy we k." Cullen, bear-ing.do- wn ... c.d. McCarthy Join The American Legion. returnel home after n week vn-i- t with her titter, Mr. Otto Simp ten. Mrs Sam Morford and daughter, Chrittine tpent hut Thunday with Mr. and Mr. Eliiali Forbi of Mc Creary. Mr. Cronley Broadut and family Charlie Sanders AGENT FOR GARRARD COUNTY. m fhe'Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 20, 1920 6 ON Saturday, May 29th, will sell the WALKER AND A. D. BRADSHAW FARM, near McCreary in Garrard county, consisting of about 300 ACRES of as good land as there is in the United States. . SANDSTONE: that means BURLEY, CORN, CLOVER, HOGS AND CATTLE. This land has not been punished, but is ready to bring a reward. Is this true? Go and See. I . THREE FARMS DIVIDED TO SUIT THE PURCHASER i r All in a group known as the "Tunce" Bradshaw farm, the John Harrison Posey and the Sam Boone Lear farm. Now if any buyer will indicate, how he wants it cut, I will offer it that way and see if he wants it. On these farms are located stock scales, Silo's and all necessary outbuildings. Lots of fruit, school house, three splendid residences, live good tobacco-barns- , within a stones throw of all of them. Children can go to school and come home for dinner. On County road from McCreary to Nina. Will have Rural Route, when the citizens get behind it and ask for it. It is safe to say with the exercise of a small amount of diligence a pike will run through it in twelve months. What makes you think a pike will run through it? I sold the Gibbs farm on the same ridge, eight months ago and told you I believed a mile of pike would be built through this, going toward the Bradshaw land. You see the money has been made up, don't you? You see the advertisement in the Record for bidders to construct it, don't you? Some frost bitten bull yearlings, said it would not be done, when it was announced at the Gibbs sale. The money is ready will build the road, mistaken were they not? that I wiH show to the bidders on the day of sale, the list of the subscribers, to run from the Bradshaw land to connect with the pike and when this pike is run, you will see the most desirable as well as the most fertile land in the county, that may not bring Gibbs over $300.00 an acre, on day of sale, that will be richly worth JjMOO.OO when the pike is constructed. she Can you afford to buy where you can make any crop, and then 25 per cent on your investment? Ask your mother-in-lawill tell you no; ask some old man, he will tell you "not to buy, land is going down", and they are the kind that belong in the hearse. years and see if the man who has bought, Ask the fellow who is in the procession, the man who is go tting by; look back twenty-fiv- e get to be a big man, when he raises "his sights"; the tenant will be a landlord. is not in the procession today. The small man will rent on land per acre, and remain a tenant, go and do it. If you have any money to make If you would rather pay vour payment, TERMS WILL BE EASY. USE YOUR CREDIT. WHAT YO YOU WANT WITH A CREDIT IF YOU DON'T USE IT. Don't ask any body's advice, you had as well been born an idiot, if some one else must do your thinking. Figure this out your BEFORE SATURDAY MAY 29th. self You small fellows, get out of the horse collar, where you learned to sit alone, AND WALK WITH MEN AND BE A MAN. BUY LAND, KEEP YOUR BOYS AT HOME. THEY WILL LEAVE YOU AND SHOULD DO IT, IF YOU DON'T GIVE THEM A CHANCE. BUY OR HELP THEM TO BUY. . Get out of your old heads, that it is the boys pig, but Pap's hog; its the boys colt, but Pap's horse; its the boys calf, but Pap's steer. Stick to your boys, give them a chance, they will pull together. Remember there is Strength in Union, Danger in Discord. COME EARLY, SALE BEGINS AT 10.30. BRASS BAND. Will have soup if I can get some one to make it. Walk in on your own legs, stand on them when you get there. $10.00 IN GOLD WILL BE GIVEN THE BESJ LOOKING LADY ON THE GROUND UNDER 75 YEARS OLD. J M' w, ; , . COME, COME, COME. JOHN It. BltADSHAW, Auctioned. 1 JAMES I. HAMILTON, Lancaster. Ky f The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 20, 920 1 JUST -- . RECEIVED THORNHILL WAGONS I ' f - 4C? iSkS. OF DECLINE IN PRICES OF MEAT Bureau of Crop Estimates Note Drop In Amount Paid for Pork, Beef, and Mutton, The advance In tfio monthly nvornce r 11") pound received prion of lmg producers, which began with IYIh runry 101(1, comparison Mng made wltli the same month In tlx? preceding j'fiir, continue) without n break to August, 1010, and the advance was Since August from $7.07 to $19XH I"t0, the fall from month to month (mi continuous to ? 12.00 In Pecem-Ixnfollowed by n rle to 11X30 In .limunry. 1021, or .1 below tho January prlco In 1010, according to the revort of the bureau of crop United Stale department of t, $2-1cstl-tnuto- BEA VERBO&RD Bastin lumber Co. SOO - agriculture. The average price of sheep per 100 pound recelveil by producer through-ou- t the whole year had an upward movement from 1013 to IMS. from SLftl to $10.01. the principal Increase being In 1J17. The average for 1010, from Hint for JO.H t a dnp of $1-MB. or 12 per cent. From 1013 to IMS. the aicmce price, of beef cattle jut xiund to prtnlucvM Invnrlahly advanced from jear to yenri In each mouth nod the advance tinned from 1018 to 1010 until May. after which month the aenige price In 1010 fell Mow that of 10111 In each month, and the average price for January. 1020. wan $S.W, or 00 below that for January, 1010. In the upward movement, the highest monthly aver9 age prlco reached wo J10.SI In Slay, 10 Made In the Heart of the Hardwood Region tlic past ten year the automobile, and lime spreader occup",d the time of many wapm maker. Hut Thorn-lii- ll stuck to the wagon and to the farmer trade. Over much mountain mailt, through swamps at lopcin camp, these, wagons did duty daily. Thus the fame of the Thotnhill spread, and the demand grew steadily greater. DURING Tough Highland Hickory is located in the very shadow of mighty forests of mountain hickory. The ground is hard the climate severe. The wood has to fight for life. So it grows sturdy and stron; d and tough well nigh unbreakable. It has neatly twice the strength of hickory that grows in vifter ground, which is mually brittle-brasThe white oak, growing tinder similar conditions, develops a similar tnughnc. The oak and hickory arc dried outdoors tinder shelter and kept there from three to five years so piled that the air can circulate freely. The sap dries in it. close-graineh. Their plant Some say their location in the heart of the hardwood rrgi.n i the tcason why they can build And this is partly f wagon. such a wear-prtrue. l'-- ch d, toujh oak and hickory arc thine no man can nuke. .Hut much is due to their modern hbor-savi- n plant. .Materials start at one end of the pUnt and come out a finished wagon at the other. Each man does but a single task, and he docs that task to perfection. o r A Clan of Maitar Builder Hut to the men are due many of the Thorn' g hill feature. Years ago they attracted to their plant the masters of wagon building. They ailed thev men for improvements, and the men who made them received their just reward. Together thev worked out more improvements than had ever been nude In the tw enty years that went before. Let us show you a Thotnhill and demons! rite ) th; value of Thotnhill construction. lonR-wearinlight-runn'n(cw-K- 1010. Veal cnlve gnlmil In average price In every in rth of every year Mnc I'.U'i, tho ccmpnrln being with the wiroe uonth 'f the preceding year. W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Yandall Estate of 527 Acres In rich Boyle County, 4 iMBBHHHHBHHoiTKSBHIBBiii 1920 SEASON .. , , t"Vv miles from Danville on the DanvilleShakertown pike at 1- -2 - . 1920 I Purebrtd It Costa No More ta Feed Hog Than It Ooa a Scrub. and the price being per 100 pounds to producers. The yearly overage prlco niMi from $7.03 In 1U1S to $12.74 la 1010. Star Chester, 6470 IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER, 6470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1920. AT MY FARM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY., AND .NEAR MeCREARY, PUBLIC AUCTION on the premises, at 10 A. M. i FEED VALUE Slightly Lower OF BUTTERMILK In Prottln and Car. Skim Milk-Excellent AT I $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL bohydratea Than THURSDAY, MAY 27th L.-Pitock-ratain- 3 for Pig. believe I am offering n horse with richer blood lines than any Saddle Stallion standing at three time the fee. He has for his aire Champion Bourbon Star, who won in more classes than any horse in Kentucky during his show career. Uourbon Star was aired by Bourbon Kintr. he by Bourbon Chief and so on down through the Chief family, STAR CHESTKIt, 0470, by Bourbon Star, 2012. he by Bourbon King, 1788, he by Bourbon Chief, 07C. Bourbon Star's dam Ella Rodmnn, 2244, by Chester Dare 10. STAR CHESTER'S dam was Ermine Dare, 8330, by Dare Devil, 1070, by Chester Dare 10. Second dam Daughter, by Chester Dare, 10. You can readily see I am offering the blood which is in our greatest Champion Saddle Horses of the day. Will also at tho same time and place stand two good jacks. For all practical purpose buttermilk lias about the same feeding value for hogs as skim mlltt, although It Is tdlghtly lower In protein, carbohydrates arid tat than klm milk. Being high In digestible protein and rich In mineral matter, especially calcium and phosphorus, buttermilk Is admirably suited anil for crowing pig, brood now breeding hour. It Is an excellent supplement to corn because It furnishes tlio foci constituent that corn Is deficient In. ACCURATE RECORDS OF EWES A Lambing Tim Approachts Animals Should Be Separated and Qlvsn Chief Napoleon, 5107 WILL STAND AT $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. $25.00 FOR JENNET. Chief Napoleon, SI07, has proven himself to be a good Jennet Jack. Extra Attsntlon. Some fairly accurato rewnl should be kept when the ewe ore bred In or-- J der that when lambing tlmo approach- the owes may bo separate from the main tlock nml given extra feed and cure. If tick, lice or scab appear In dlppvd the flock, tho sheep should wen though the weather l n tittle i vere. Thin Is extra work, but the tlock will Ixt more healthy mid thrifty, A warm place should bo provided for the sheep until they dry off. e-1 e-- Finis Napoleon, AT $10.00 TO INSURE. He Is 15 H hands high, yellow with white points, big bone and body and tine head and can. As I am standing two good Jucks this year, I will give the farmers a chance to breed their stock at a reasonable low FIND MILLET HAY INJURIOUS fie. retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mores transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance und must be paid at once. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. All my stock will be in ehrg of my brother, Eugene Uradshaw, at my home place where they were last year. I will Fed Liberally to Horses It Causts Action of Kldnej and Other Ailments. Walker Bradshaw. Phone R. F. D. No. 3. 301-B- . LANCASTER, KY. ' for The North Dakota Kxperlment Station several years ago found that millet buy fed liberally to horses for a long wrl'l of lime wua Injurious to the ex' ' hut It cntued Increased action ' I'luey. o swelling of the Joints, of lameness.) i til ii certain amount Millet hay seems lo be all right for cat-tie and can perhaps he ued wifely us a small part of the roughage for, horse. It would not be advlsahlo, however, to feed It liberally to Dorse I2S Eait Main Straal. ' 1 . Yandall, a wealthy New Yorker, who hat used ihlt farm Thlt farm hat been owned for yeart by Mr. Improving tha toll and adding many Improvement:, avary yaar. f for Savaral hundrad yardt from tha plka, a baautiful' Colonial brick haute, turrounilad by foretl Iraat, a beautiful macadam drive with traat maating In an archway over tha drlvaway, tuch liomat making tha blua gratt famoui. An aacallent Watar Syttam with larga watarinj troughs In avary fialJ, macadam dtivtt, thrubbery, modvary improvtmant a uiaful attat to tha farm, not a rich ern ttock barnt, tito, acalat and fia tanant boutat man't watta of monay. IS VERY RICH, IN A HIGH STATE OF CULTIVATION AND READY FOR TOBACCO TMC SOIl. THIS FARM TO HE SUBDIVIDED AND SOLD IN FOUR SEPARATE TRACTS. OR HEMP. TRACT NO. 1 Containt 200 Acrat. Tha improvamanlt coniitt of tha Colonial brick reildence of nine Thlt homa It built of tha bait materiala You antar a larga hall, which rum tha full lanfth of tha houta, rol)m,, with two larga roomt on aach alda, all woodwork finlthad in whita anamal, hardwood floort, alto larga dining room, Sun Parlor or Slaaping Porch, larga circular ttairway to pantry, kitchen, ate, at tha rear of tha hall a clotaj-itha aacond floor. There are 4 bright attractive kadrooma with cloiatt and a handionta bathroom. The houta it equipped with expantive alactric natures, tha alaclriclljr furnlshad from tha Danville circuit. A good tarvant houta with all nacastary outbuildingi In eicelltnt condition. Two vary larga ttock barnt on macadam drive can ba utad at tobacco barnt, holding from IS to 20 acret of tobacco, alto four good tanant houtat with outbuildingi. 17 ACRES OF TOBACCO LAND BROKEN OUT OF BLUE CRASS SOD, AND 75 ACRES CROPt INTEREST IN SAME. TO BE SOWN IN CORN, THE PURCHASER GETTING THE LANDLORD'S 45 Acrat now In wheat town to blua grail, tha purchaiar galling all of tamo, lha balanca ii in old blua jran iod and meadow. There It soma rough land that It given FREE in this tract, il will ba includad in lha daad, but not includad In lha survey lo ba paid for. Thlt rough land it very valuable, at it hat a graat abundance of larga timber, alio soma virgin toil which can ba easily cultivated. ThU tract it In a high ttala of cultivation, ia ready for tobacco, hemp or any other crop, and Is wall watered. Landlord's potieiilon on data of tala, including full poiiestlon of the main dwelling. TRACT NO. 2 Contains 110 Acrat, adjoining tract No. I, has very larga pike frontage, Is improved with excellent tlock barn and larga concrete silo, the barn will hold about 15 acres of tobacco. Tha purchaser having tha right to move a nice neat collage lo thlt tract from tract No. 1, for a dwelling. CROPSl 12 Acret of tobacco plowed from aod 35 Acrat of corn, 20 Acrat in wheat town lo blua gran, f of lha tobacco, of lha corn, and and 3 Acrat In potatoes, tha purchaser getting tho landlord's all of lha wheal and polatoet lha balanca in clover tod. Thlt tract is all ready for tobacco and hemp and is well watered, totsesilon given on day of tale. TRACT NO, 3 Contains 127 acrat with wide f rentage on pike, It wall watered and ready fir all cropi is vary rich. IMPROVEMENTS! A good 7 acre tobacco ,'Arn, tama lo ba filled with tobacco grown on old blua gran tod.' 25 Acrat In wheat town to blue gran, 50 Acrat In blua gran tod balanca In clover sod. Tha purchaiar f of the tobacco and all of tha wheat. ThUtract is wall watered, vary rich and ready for lobacco, galling hemp, etc, possession given oa day of sale. TRACT NO. 4 Contains 90 acres has broad pi (a frontage, It all In clover iod, and ii in tha hlgheit stata of cultivation, avary acre is ready for all crops, and ia wall watered. Full pestaiilon given on day of tale. All of tha above tracts will ba ABSOLUTELY sold on tblt day, a this ii a DISSOLUTION SALE and will ba told for the high dollar regardlen of tha weather or price. n ONE-HALone-haltwo-thir- dt one-hal- Buckley-Gear- y Oppoilte Phoenix Hotel. Realty Co., Agents Phone coaslderabl period of time. 3252. LEXINGTON, KY. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 20. 1920. Dodge Brothers BUSINESS CAR The car is so light, so certain In Its performance and so free from nc- - A VOCATION R.GREE Tfiis fine old chair u .n.1 IkJHHB tlful surfact bclnj: marred and scratched uua lonnsn 11 10 mc earrat reitore it to IBkTM. 1 By ELIZABETH may not look its best the once bau-- a lorraer icaut)rvaad UMfuIaeM (l ir '(. 1 i' Hoiim ,Stni.,ir with It coat of yrillN hIih-- I nt ttii' wliiinw Iik . r I) Uuf. IiIiij the nhlrlliR timulllui-ft- . Ill pmni ',. i..w her three nt.tiln ww rr.il cri.l lii iuu .1,11 v I nt.ij Rlrl frowned in hern if at the ktiowledcc. "Why don't they let tn Rfet v't tlxmklit, wistfully. "If hi'IhI uork, an Aunt I'Iiju'm X" wtiy 'l"ii't Uivy lot tue IIimI luitiv fur III) tun r-- You'll be turpr r C. ntd ffllol.hlnr. The job I with the tplendld rctulta eaty and Inespentlvt Try lo-di- y ld on Tctrthlna thai wlfV Irrf-u.liit- i' cessity of repair, that the saving in delivery is actual and real. KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. iIiiti wi'mwl 1111 niKiwr to II o tfiml.liiMiic iiic?itliiim Cyrllla tun-- l. U lillu nln ntllt HtiMMl Aunt iNlmnili'fi Kilrii fHlliil tn lior, ami nltli nill''tliiK n tiWIIon In tier dark e)-C'jrlH.i wnit olllciitly tiown. Hie huhImt lllirary Ai li two puirn of pctnrlii I'jin rt k'iinliil Iht fnli jminc htiiuty nrcuotiiRly, ''irlllH." Milil Aunt DilHtrali. who wiii tin- - U,ix of t annto. ami "havf )mi ilwMiil vt wliiit vixniidii yiMi Hill jmrsuel" "No. Altnt IMwrnh." 'U'HI, I'yrlllu. a jihi kmiii ho unat-lt-tAh a It oimfi In all .lit.fmm Ueup. tn20Nl-ur- al Wood anil tn.mtl Colon. Whllr, GolJ and Silver PeaiUcGiulbtrt Co., Loultville, Kr. lnorpocalrd Atk Ut For Color Cord STORMES DRUG STORE ltilr. ' wnki- - n ilixlo- - fur Jim." She mu xhh tanlly, liit flu- - srlrl IWifntne nfc mmlf ivo to "W. think It up yon to yim iiin rli n Init'M- IrfMly" n arlitnl III 11 tint that kith aniHiiidl.liInc Mitiirilili.k-youauiiN Hint t liaf riieluliil to r fr )tiurv4f. hih! U'h Iiik-yo- i"t fr h.VMl iU WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR I and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, V. tin- - twattiT. rlt-l- .t "H llttt VU4I fiIL. 4Mit 111 mil my llfr?" Ik ilinamlut MoiiatHy. ntu) tlrinlc ywi can ilrlvi-mi- olii'iiil )oii, Yo-- i I itoint. turtt into a nrk wi'ii'i itU itm' tlinv to ilecltli- - fur we. IlV ItV 'Hi wtiH't tmt 'Ulnt falrl" Oriila' volci- - bwlip In n ili'flatit "Iti-mi- illi tnt n!i Tin- - flHK'Lnl. rmmrll nf thrrv wa jifiipi'rly i.ut It wa ihHitl Aunt I'll) nlm Tin- ik. i "W'f lu-- r Out On Wd; Is Belter. ' H r Vtnni' I l.m livlor friend ' rti .. i..t X i,.'-iMii' A Mult. li.urM , of the fnunly rrinrmiic rii. In art in trrnu for - ! ' l. :tt tt.r wti if Iti" mohT- r akmt hllH. Ii.wiii- .( .1 liny faney tooth-- ' "Mjirv "Maie yini tf. HI VtHMjar tri . 1MW1 Mnrv nniI ouYi tf'-ninny?" "No." wild nf katln -ways n,tt.- - ittitm-- '. only t .v nil M.nny. "I mil akat .'. hh 'h limn Jet.'' "Ah. and wMrh are thi'yl" mnrb. Ttw . "Standing np and alttlftc rtwm," wild tm'imrtif f Hie 'i.r. i imi t.H.1. my ' Dannh Worry hur . l'n :,.l llfi- . it thins tJ'H.-l- . nd Anxiety. ll i f lliiir .le flllled In ' !ii!lJieil tfrrflt If t ! inll wit Vnie kept In I llml wih " c IMmmhIi that yii"'eM NUT n wIlhiiiMK alatiri. In tin- of mm Cyrilta nl.l i h:M rta!t." lw mKI wiftly. :irtit tn iniPt kiir ami lot lu-- oa br br "Hot I ti rl4 annum. ill .' If !f- - "I i)NT t ' n." frtctwm. Th rrx 11 ' Ifrlttvrvil away tl 'ri their life f.'ii-- I'hii V vti. in ilil-Mi- inly lime eul t!.ir I've muld the wiHi't I Ilnly. umK. wm't xiim't l.e a inMlHir. !" nnbUtl Cyrllai n-- 1 amii-t- y 'vaMwl ett Mar- - THE FAMOUS R. C. NUNNELLEY FARM OF 182 ACRES (Subdivided) NOW BELONGING TO H. F. MARTIN AT Miftly iAwntalrK for fcor Cyrllln. m.iiic tho llhrar)' tlor. oaiiulit tho intnl of forliliWKi iMmi n Awit hor HHthT' itHW' I'hjIIU' she imiiMil iKirly; li' fclH-mi little nf tin' laoihiT of aIioiii h(j ImhI Iwruft wliin n rhlM, ," "It ihttii't my to n too hurl, . Aunt I'lijllln wa an "You knmr how It workiil with with t ici' Ij." hi' mh! hrovrly. So imkv. Ions aso. Jut mother li.nl rlslil rrMliil at Aunt rflcn! Tlwt Bui wliy, tlu'ti, thi-- j ntv or uf hor. AInrl'H In hor tltiHuhtM, s!io l:nl niirhi'il tin rniwiliil thoniju'ifnrrs nf tho olty liofnri' hv tvallieil how f.:r ntn liail 2iih. e Sl.i wwilil p-- t nn nf!ln J"' tlinn A'mt wni r 11 Slliiltis lli. IM-onih- afVaaHaaflH iko aBBBaaul pjppHi Any-thin- Dcti-ornli- 'n ilriiimkliiL' ttiill. PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE PREMISES Thon It ImiH'IiiiI. Whoti iho i'tKnoil hor oyoi Cyrllla fnili.il InTM-l- f In a llltlo white hoiltii iiii. with n iiui-m-' muIIIiii; iloun hor. "Where ntn IV nuked Ojrllln. how "You foil, ilonr, BtaViW mm A 1 vK mwm mi 11 1 am U lK lUi'HaataTlH don't you N'moHilKTi" cnlni; the treet Mfm i. Wednesday, May 26 AT TEN A. M. This splendid farm is located right on, the famous Hanging Fork about five miles from Stanford and h& N. Railroads and' within stone's throw of the noted Peyton's Well. In the best section of Lincoln County. Nume (Srny miiIUM enltmntlcnlly. Every one knows what Hanging Fork land is. No better hemp and to- "Wouldn't you like to tlmnk the to alio bacco land anywhere. All of this farm in grass except 13 acres to go in er of UiciiiI" linvi) afkiil. "I ciuiie a culler," toll you. , ou Cyrllln. the nurw tobacco this year. About 30 acres in oats sown to clover and timothy. In woudoreil wntchlue I'hyllla had depart, nnlly If Aunt slate of cultivation, ready to Punch and make big returns. the highest Then the door cotno to Mt lier. ojieiieil and Nure flmy Mr. Martin is now located on a large farm that he owns and is unable fulloweil liy n tnll yoiins man with n eyr. to look after both of them. He has instructed us to put this one under Ilr of nuxloun brown victim of your the "Mat. thin drlvlne. Mlw Dale," the HAMMER for what it will bring. An ABSOLUTE sale. YOU name Nurc lmy eently. "My merely suggest the 'terms, etc. the price and we hrother, Mr. nniy, MIm Ihile." elvl e "You've inilnod your nrni. Uit tomorrow we're twine to wnd you homo," hhIIoiI tho nuie. 'We found your iwiho mid aildrw In your hnul-Imnml have notlfleil your folks. Now pi to idiTt, ilinrle." When ho nwoko. n liucc hunch of ilowyM'tBlloil vIoletM wni on the at ami Cyrllln' eye tllloil ly her with quick tinrx. 8o the nunts OKI rare for hor it little, after nil I "Awnko, ilonr?" Orilln. Hiluilrlne the lolots, liml not Iiennl the iiurho enter. "Aren't they lovely" ho cried, the lloworn. "I didn't know my mint" rnnil for mc like tlint," he mlded, tnniuloufly. hod-Me. I Btaaaf . " Your tobacco will ripen from two to three weeks earlier when set with a BemieS Planter SOLD BY W. J. Eomans We have Cutting Harrows at prices that will See us before buying. 'Can you furcUe inel" The Improvements consist of tin elcKnnt two story, sevon room residence with halls, Cyrllln looked up loto a pair of cellar, tenant hotiso of four rooms, etra lare M acre vernmln, two lnru buck porches, Rood hrown eye. tobacco barn tMXIOO, stock barn and nil nccowary outbuildings. "It ivm my fiiult," hlio mid quickly. spring, ponds, IluMginL' Fork, etc. Good fencing. Fine "I'len'e don't hlniiie yournilf for my Cintern at house, numerous chilli lx nU HkIU Mtipld hlundor. orchard just beginning to bear. u Thw farm is a I IS.M. u is seinom you iwiv I an uiiiuriuiiuy iu uuy 1.. pn-c- II01 uin imui aooii ntirM M) I'm to ci home o I t I I l l Ill .' you Ttien, h)ly, .1. this with A-- l improvements tnut toiiny coum noi oe ouiu ior ?io,uuu.uu, in siuemuuI.neignoor much for the violet. I"Thnnk place n look before sale day for it will bear closest Inspection. Tho more nnythlnc mi lirautlful." I never hud hood etc Give this vou look the more you will bid. An ideal home, safe investment ami a money maker. tlruy, looklne down Into her lovely, Hemembcr tho day and hour, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2Gth. at 10 A. M. He on hands wlntful fatv, vow oil many Uiltica to tiromntlv ' TKRMS very liberal ami mime Known on uny oi snie. ror iuu particulars, oiue lilmMf. Aloud lie ald: "I'm glad )o like them, liecur prints, etc., see, write or phono 1 4 . . I W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Oirector and Embalmer. HUGHES STANFORD, Col. John 13. & McCAETY KENTUCKY Dinwiddle on the block. Then, then'H n lot more comlns." "You mutt let me alone tome way," he borcod. Thlt ho did ao rrfectuully that tlx month later Cyrllln. u Mrn. Mnt vocaOray, found lier tion fur life mnklnR home Veautlful i Oflice Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. a. ard harpy tr prince 6 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 20, 1920 Two Cent Coin Bill POINT LEAVELL. Mrs. Ciell Tatum li atttl ill at thli writing. Mr. Murrll Mammons ipcnt day In Lancaster. Mr. Charles Dillon has purchased a Chevrolet touring car. Mr. Chester Mammons of llarbers-vlll- e spent Sunday with home folks.) Mr. A. J. Thompson who has been on the sick list is able to be out Hat Passed Senate. Wnihtngton, There Isn't much 2 cents will ilu these days ex-- 1 rpt t keep a nickel company, hut Congress is preparing to have the Government coin 'J cent pieces along with several vnrictirs of pieces commemorative of various ' events. The senate has passed a bill provid, ing for the coinage of copper ngnln. Mr. Virgil Reynolds has purchaspieces hearing the HkcncM of Theoed a new buggy from Conn llros. nt dore Itoosevelt. s.."j if i 2tf This Illustrated Free Book Vb Mo darn Mtthcd of Monday As "Pardon Day". It is announced from Frankfort Morrow has fixed Mon-- i day as "Pardon Day," and will con-- ! ifit r applications for pardons and give audiences on that subject on that day. The Governor's Secretary a ds as a proviso that this arrange ment will continue "unless it is prov en impracticable." Thli means it is tare to be abandoned. The Julian calendar gives Republican Governors only twenty- - four hours In one day Just as it gives every one rise, and Mr. Gompcrs does not want him to. work more than three or four of those. Assuming, however, that Governor Morrow is not as responsive to Mr. Rompers' demands as romc of Dtceratinf that Governor will be of great value to you and your decorator in planning the interior decorations of your home. It contains instructive articles on art in the home, color harmony, concrete information regarding the artistic finishing of your walls and ceilings. All suggestions and practical advice come from experienced decorators. A great many color platea designed by leading artists vividly show attractively decorated rooms. You can plan your home from these illustrations and articles, from bathroom to parlor. ' Misses Kthyl and Mary llainmons entertained a number of friends Sunday afternoon. Miss Maneleli Hello tioldlron of; New Mexico has returned home after a visit with her sister here. Mr. K, D. Coolie, who is located on the corner of First and Third' Streets is progressing nicely with his new store. We wish him great suc cess. Makes Such Light, Tasty Biscuits .lust let mother rail, "lliseuits for HreakfiiNt!" We're sure there s a treat that can't Ik? Inrat in .store liht, tender hi.setnts for us toaity brown ami all pulled up with 'goodness! Hit Y A NTS V I LLE It also gives exact specifications for obtaining har- monious color effects with PEE GEE FLATKOATT, tbt modtm datable, unitary flat oil finhh. It comes in 24 rich, deep, velvety colors, which are easily combined into the most charming color schemes. Ask us (or Fr Dook or write direct to Peaslee-Gaulbc- rt acoeiiAras Co.. Louisrilk, Ky. McRoberts Drug Store Mr. Chenautt Iluble has been on the sick list Mr. Thoi. 11. Grlnter spent Satur-- , day In Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Montgomery, I were in Lexington Saturday. Mis Mattie Coalter was the guest' our legislators t Washington, and puts in eight or ten hours a day at Sunday of her sister, Mrs. Kthel Iter-- 1 I the executive office, how is he going. kele. Mr. and Mrs. Huuell P. Hrouii to attend to his pnrdon businesi in one brief resolution? Tuesday's busi- spent the wek end with her mother, ness will begin to grow resentful of Mr. Sam Cochran. Monday's encroachments, and In Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and i times of Kreat rush, inroad might family were guests Sunday of Miss I be made on Wednesday's time, No Fannie Kidd at Waltaceton. very recent Kentucky Governor could Mr smii Mrs John l Hrvntit tint ..or.i 10 R.ve oniy oi tils c.umUy wjth ,)r am, Mr4i n time to running the pardon mill. We Montgomery at Paint Lick. suggest that Mr. Morrow's program . .. , ., be amended so as to provide that ' ., HIlard and Miss .lllah Dawes were. Saturday. D"w" i day. buVMondy, nni b nr. - ii roii ami .nr. r.uwin set apart to carry on the remaining Scott of Cincinnati have been the business of the State. geesti of Mr. II. 0. Ruble and fnmi-- ; one-six- For mother is sure of hit baking. xivder -- taluniet. beeause She never disappoints CALUMET BAKING POWDER mm CKlCAOO fOTKUBravTHC never disappoints her. It's dependable, llesults always the saint the best. Try it. Calumet mnUint only such Ingredients its have been apprmnl otfi- clallrbythcL' S tmi Authorities You Save Whea You Buy It. You Save Wfata You Use It. .,, .n tl;; UirUCCTQUAMTT lllUllLavJl AWARDS i BLOWS SELF i L ! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Handkerchief FOR $100 For Silk Nose Wife. Ar. Mad To Be I Ida Sneake and Martha Curtis spent Thursday night with Mr. Misses Vista. Never Touched Hr. .Mesdames W. J. llroadut, John W. ! a.v that charity Tin mai Hryant II. It. Halcomb and Miss Let at lio.uf Is not always mrrnlMt. tie Droadus and Mr. Louis Droadus j t,, hi, wife. llonton Tran- were in Danville shopping Monday. script. Not Their Measure. n OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. f: ALL BONDS LEFT WITH US ARE IN TIME LOCKED SAFE AND WE MUST HAVE ONE DAYS NOTICE, IF YOU DESIRE TO SEE OR WITHDRAW THEM. L..G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. This bank hat two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. B. F. Hudson, President. 3. J. Walkert L. G. Davidson, Cashier. V. 0. Rlgney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Wm. F. Miller. Teller. Mrs. .V. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. Vice-Preside- HOTICB i Snceied In, But llardlr At That Outlandish Price. - ,,( Pankrr nn- - in- - Ut roi-- to com-sli- n mil urh an llHlHrrrUon as to enalr of tlwlr rrtn.iU as men of sterling In- - : tpjrltr American Hanker How would you like to manage your nose with n handkerchief cost- ' "The Children of the Sahara." The picture will be produced in America. BISKRA. Algerian Snharn Rob- Several of the scenes in which Hlchert Hlchens. author of "The Garden ens appears were taken in the colorof Allah," now busy on nnother ful Garden of Allah. Garden of Allah In Red Cross Films. novel of desert, life, will appear soon In an American Red Cross film, ing $100. Doesn't seem ns if there could be ' such a thing as a 1100 handkerchief) but anything is possible in these days of dollar without sense and so the ' report comes that a dealer in an ! eastern city bought four handler-- j chiefs with the idea of selling them l at $50 each. A careless citizen mnrn r li ti iknn innii.lan.n f n along nnd was so frankly intent up-- j on blowing himself that the haber-- I dasher doubled the price and sold one of the handkerchiefs for nn even $100. Here Is a sign of the time not to be sneezed at. anyone will pay that When amount for a handkerchief and so many other people will pay other amounts for things quite ns extravagant It would seem time to slew down the That Is where our long whiskered and good friend, Uncle Sam, comes : i m merry-go-round. Of Public Sale We will sell at Public Auction on Splendid Farm AT TEN A. M., RAIN OR SHINE Tuesday, May 25th, In. Kternnl and everlasting home tasks done by hand day in and day out will sap the life nnd kill the spirit of the best woman that ever lived, if continued long enough. Life Is far sweeter nnd happier on the farm where GENCO LIGHT makes everybody's tasks easy nnd interesting. Washing, ironing, crcum separating nnd n hundred other Joyless Jobs are turned into play by Genco Light, the complete electric light and general utility power plant. This plant furnishes regular city light that Is safe, simple and cleun. Light will Genco jKimp the water, run the washing machine, the cream separator, the churn, the vacuum cleaner, electric iron, fanning mill, grindstonu and any other machine that is usually operated by hand. Genco I njht will help you nnd your family to do more work with less citort nnd in this way it pays for itself in the time and labor it saves. Let us show you the plant running and prove to you that Genco Light will return more for every, dollar invested than any other machine on your farm. The old gentlcmnn says to his nephews and nieces that the moat e joyous some day come to an end. So he has provided nn easy method by which nil his relatives, can systematically invest their savings In securities that are issued by the best Arm in the world, popularly known as the United States of America. s Thrift Stamps, Government Stamps, Savings Certificates on the easy payment plan are to be had and they are securities the owner Is proud to own for he is thrice blessed; his money Is safe; his Invest-)n- t nays him a good rato of Interest; he Is loyal to the government which guarantees him a land of everlasting liberty. Joy-ridSav-ing- 156 ACRES OF FINE BLUE GRASS LAND Located in Garrard county, adjoining the famous Jones L. Adams farm, now owned by David F. Rankin, belonging to the Fox heirs. The COININ BROS., Dealers, The Nine Long est Words. llclow are what "The Student" says are the nine longest words in the Kngllsh language ut this present writing: Subconstltutlonalitt. Incomprehensibility. Phlloporgenitiveness. Honorlflcibllitudinlty. Disproportlonableness. Velocipedestrianlstlcal. Anthropophagenenaralan. Transsubstantiatlonsbleneu. Proantltransubstantiatlonist. improvements on this farm consist of one dwelling house; one 12 acre tobacco barn one stock barn, and other out buildings. This farm will afford a man of limited means a fine opportunity to purchase a splendid home where he can make money. This will be an absolute sale, the reason being to divide the money between the heirs. Twelve acres for tobacco; 20 acres for corn, the remainder in wheat and grass. Partie? desiring to look this place over can call on Jasper Daly, who is now on the farm, or I. M. Dunn & Co., Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneer. Phone 529 Danville, Ky. At this sale we will sell LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS and everything. Terms liberal and will be made known on day of sale., LANCASTER, KV Mmututuitd tr Gencitl ltuU Co. llAiujver, I. M. Dunn & Co. (..! I'. Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers, Danville, Ky ktaaaaaaaHIKEP.v This firm will also offer two other tig farms on June 2nd, 1200 acres and June 1 Oth, 600 acres. A more extended advertisement of these two farms will appear later. Col. I. M. Dunn and Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneers.