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THREE CANDIDATES Plead Their Cause Before the Citizens, of Garrard county for Democratic Nomination For Congress. ' g Lint Monday, county court cloy, an l.lcnl day for the farmer to catch up with hii work, brought out only n small crowd, a a result only about 200 people heard the three Congressional candidates plead their cause at the court house last Monday afternoon. However the imall audience didn't seem to dampen the ardor of either accorded unand each fpeaker divided attention and at timet hearty applause. It being Judire Ralph appointment, he wa the first spesker. thirty minute time being allotted ench, with a ten minute rejoinder, should anyone desire It. 1'rof. H. V. Hell, of Lnwrcnccburg. was chosen as chairman and kept the time for the speaker. Judge Gilbert, the first speaker, was Introduced by Rev. Strother of th ltantlst church, who Is an old fried of Judge Gilbert and who vouched for his character. Judge Gilbert stated that while n practicing lawyer, he was also a farmer and was a grower of tobacco and com and familiar with the farming In terests; that while he was not in favor of class legislation of any kind, he tU that there should be greater co operation between the Government and the farmer because that which helncd the farmer helped everybody lie declared in favor of the National Prohibition Amendment and the Volstead Act enforcing It. He itated that under the Amendment to the Constitution, the State had given Congress power to control the liquor situation and that If Congress permitted beers and wines to be sold they n1l Iwa anlil In Lancaster and even' TfWhe United State and cross-roathe local authorltlea would be power-les- s to prohibit it. He stated that there Is an organizaand distillers, with tion of unlimited mean, of which Jame W. Harriman, President of the National Rank of New York, is president. which It attempting to repeal the Volstead Act and with the ultimate aim of invalidating the National Pro the that hibition Amendment: Amendment Itself was valueless with out legislation by Congress to enforce It: that the amendment would be a dead letter like the Anti-pat- s Constitution of Kentucky was for year twenty-fiv- e until legislation was nassed enforcing it: that any man who aald that the Eighteenth Amendment settled the liquor question, wat either uninformed or trying In fool tomebodv. He also announced In favor of the League of Nation. In conclusion, ti ruferred to hi opponents at two and old bachelors, marriageable prominent who would not have their aldmind on legislation II sent to ington but as they had never found a girl in tho Klghth District good enough for them to marry, that they would never find enough votes In It to beat him. In bit relolndcr In nntwer to Col Hipy'a suggestion that If the Democratic platform contained a wet. plank ... i . t it i ii . filial wouiu euminuie uuuge wiiurii, I.- -. Gilbert, said that If the Jinl Democratic platform of the San Francisco Convention, did contain n wet plank that he would support it and vote for the nominee willingly, but that he felt that other men would be better fitted to lead tho fight In that went and that he would not atk to lend tho Democratic ticket ns its nominee for Congress on a wet plat form. The nest speaker wat George. T, Davis, who proved to be quite an orator and a very fluent talker. He disclaimed that he was running on liU rwrnnl nt a nrlvatu soldier, but exclaimed that he would not exchange tho experience that he received from nrlvntea standpoint for any officer. and while In the service he would have blacked tho thoct of Copt. King Swope or Col. Frank Ripy, had be been ordorud to have done to, but now ha had them Just where he could give terns order himself, and before the primary wat over, both Gilbert and Ripy would have to take a back teat and before the Anal election, in November, he would have the scalp of King Swope dangling to hit aid. He referred to Swope, at a "pott card be-InGil-be- rt' d Vfc ... edition" anu thought thnt he could be easily cllmlnnted In November if the democrats would Jutt give him the nomination. He said hit platform contained three planks, "Juttlce, Freedom ami Equality." Hi talk as n whole contained powlbly more oratory than argument, but It wat well received and made him votes. Tho next and last speaker was Col. Frank Ripy, of Ijiwrenceburg, who was very grncefully Introduced by "Hilly" Miller, mf Colonel Ripy launched right into his subject and said he was glad to speak to n Garrard county audience, many of whom he had met pertonnlly since the beginning of his ago. canvas here several week Touching on the prohibition question first he said; "A question which has engrossed the nttcntion of the people of thi. country. I that of prohibition but that is n dead issue now having been settled by State and Federal amendment, and If we are to be n law abiding people, the manufacture and the sale of liquor is at an end. "Democrats who have been for prohibition and Democrat who have been against prohibition" he said, "are united now, with this question not before them. For the sake of harmony and democratic success in November, it should not be reopened " "When the Democratic platform is written at San Frnncisco, in June' said Col. Ripy, "I want the democrat of the Klghth Congressional dUrul to ki uw thnt I nm going to be solidly back of Orl platform, and gi into every part nf ny district and ask the people to 'Unptrt it, no matter niw' It Is." "J'l-i-e Gilbert has an loun ed th- -l h i for prohibition, nr.d m other opponent, Mr. Davit, hit said that he is for "light wines and beer '. "Now when the platform is written" continued Col. Ripy, "either Judge Gilbert or Mr. Davis cannot support it or be eliminated from thi.t race." "If the question remains at it is, Mr. Davis can not itand on the Democratic platform and if a wet plank i written therein, Judge Git. bert will necessarily have to take back what he has proclaimed all over the district, or be eliminated from the race. "Why not, my friendt, for the sake of party success, wait until the party-ha-s spoken in that convention ami then without embarrassment to candidate or party, be able to go forth and preach its gospel to nil the people. Judge Gilbert has already seen that he it defeated for the nomination for Congress and in order to belster up his sinking ship, has injected a dead itsue into the campaign and at his ally he has a Republican newspaper The Lexington Leader." Col Ripy briefly reviewed tho wite legislation the Democratic party had promulgated, since It came Into power seven years ago, and said it was more than the Republicans had done during the past fifty years. He made a ttrong plea for he of Senator Ilcckham, and predicted hit nomination without opposition and severely rebuked Mr. Davis for hit attack on the Senator, saying, "this was no time for partisan politics and petty quarrels' and urged that we present a united party and elect a Democratic Congress and President in Nov' ember. The only mention made by Col. Ripy of his war record, was when he said "My regiment was composed of the llower of the young manhood of Kentucky and the nation. You intrusted your sons to my care in the World war. Hew well I kept that sacred trust, you may atk those who came back home. With those priceless possessions under my charge In the turbuUnt days of war, I feel ture, my friendt, that you know- - In these dayt of if you will send me to Congress I will represent you faithfully, honestly and conscientiously and to the best Interest of the entire district." -- LEGION PROMISING CLOSING PROGRAM BROTHERS flold District Meeting Young Life Comes To Graded and High At Stanford. Tragic End. School. Buy Perkins Farm On Roys Cordially Grettd. Hum The closing exercised of the HUDSON FRISBIE MEETS DEATH Lexington Pike. Graded nnd High School prommeeting of Deal Mad Iin-cast- er $100,000 Or J. Hamilton A district convention I. the American I.exion was held nt Stnnford last Saturday nnd nbout twelve mcmbcrt of the Heidal San- - Doc diligence and pertevernncc bring n SURE REWARD! About twenty yeart ngo, Mr. Thomnt Sanders died nnd left tome boyt way Old down on the Kentucky river. men were nsked nt the time, "If they could get by nnd could they live," they would thake their hends, and tay, "I'm afraid not." ' Rut they, "hit the trail," unnoticed, unassisted, reached out, began to pick up some land. It was then that the men with blue lips etc., past fifty years, said; "Look like they arc going to make It, that's wonderful." Yes, they relied on their own Judgment, developed their will, instead of allowing it to perish for want of exercise, nnd it was nt this time that their bank account began to strengthen. Instead of the people wondering if these orphans would live, nre each other, "how much nre they going to have?" They bought land nnd added to the widowed mother's dower, came on out a little farther, bought a brick house on the Huckeyc pike, tried their wing a little and sailed down Inst Friday nnd bought the "Nick" Perkins fnrm on the Lexington pike, containing 250 acres, the best im proved and the most fertile land be tween Lancaster and Lexington. These boys. Angle T. nnd Jumei I. Sanders, have had the nerve and hnve bought n fatm oosting over Relatives nor friends $100,000. need not be apprehensive, they wont ask anyone to endorte any paper for them. Able to pay it! when, right now, and then have plenty of Aberdeen Angus cattle, of the 'very highest breed, all registered, two herds of registered sheep, registered, high type Poland China hogs, these boys tandlng in the front rank with the best breeder of the United States. The English sparrow, in size, has caged the eagle. You fellows that don't understand this, borrow- - a dol lar, and see, if you have never seen, this bird that Uncle Sam uses on his dollars ns a trade mark. You fel lows who tell your boys to "be migh ty kerful," see what these boy have done without a pap, then atk your self, whether a pap after he gets past sixty, is an attet or a liability. now-asking . ises this year to be nn Interesting one, rehearsals being held almost daily, Community Shocked. preparing for the vnrious entertainments, the first of which will be held ford Pott attended from here. They A pall that would not lift fell over were given n cordlnl greeting by the our city last Saturday nfternoon, next Saturday nfternoon, May 29th. This will be a musical recital, under Caswell Saulley Post of Stanford, a when it was announced that Hudson a result our local boys nre very ar- Frisbie had Just drowned In Dix river, the supervision of Mrs. May Hughes dent, in their prnlse of our neighbor below the dam of the Danville water- Noland, nnd Includes the piano department, assisted by the primary ing post works, where he in company with Red BY DROWNING. The following from Monday' Courier Journnl give this Interesting article concerning the meeting: "The "dead line" between Stanford and Ijincattcr will vanish with Memorial Day services for American hero es' of all Klin, Difference! responsible for a nenr-fuc- d baled on n hnzy incident of many years ngo, were composed Sat urday nt n legion meeting in Stanford, nccording to Emmet O'Neal, Louisville, national executive committeeman, Amercan Legion, who re turned last night. Uecause of feelings between youi.i of the two towns, the younger ici! dentt of each place, unlets in foice, kept on their own reservation for nearly a generation. An encounter at n dance, dimly recalled by oldsr residents? is aid to hnve generated this feeling. However, throughout the ye.irt. though no serious clashes occurred, there were reports of and lively chases led by ed factions, homeward bound. Then the war enme. Most of the young men of Lincoln and Garrard countie entered the service. On their return they became affiliated with legion posts the Caswell lley in Stanford and the Heidal San ford in Lancaster, each named for on of the young men who did not come back. Saturday, at the Stanford meeting, William F. .Miller, adjutant of the Lancaster organization, announced that the "hatchet had been buried ' It was true, according to Btn F. Jen ningt, the Stanford adjutant, who said a Joint memorial service would be held May 30 at Lancaster, and nil Lin coin County former service ..ien would venture over Into Garrard for the exercise." rock-throwiS.-i-u Roberts, John Ilright and several girls were members of a picnic party from Danville, which was spending the nfternoon on the river. Hudson, together with Roberts, had gone Into the river Just below- - the dam, where the rush of the water over the barrier, caused n dangerous whirl nnd undertow. He was caught In the undertow of the muddy water and immediately went under. It wns then that Robert sprung Into the rag. ing wnters and swam to the rescue of the young man and succeeded in reaching him, but with the ngony of a drowning person, young Friibie clutched nt Robert bathing suit nnd tore n strip from the cloth, and then his body disappeared beneath the CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Opening Tuesday June 1st. If you haven't been to Crab Orchard Springs recently, you may be shocked at the wonderful improve mcnta that have taken place there within the past tlx months, tnder the new management, with our own J. "Dott" Haielden in command, the entire grounds, buildings, etc, have been revolutionized nnd now the famous old health resort it n thing of beauty nnd so permanent nre the improvements it bids fair to be a Over $40,000 has been tpent in Improvements nnd Judging from what has been done and with the extreme high cost of materials, one would wonder how so much could have been accomplished, even with $10,000. The annual opening will be next Tuesday and n dance that evening promises to eclipse anything ever attempted of this character in that neck of the woods. It will cost you nothing to look and very little to eat, although they hnve every delicacy of the siMson and much out of season if you insl on it. A SALE 'WHAT IS'. Bradshaw Brothers To Hold Big Aberdeen-Angu- s Sale. Everyone now it beginning to talk sale that of the big Aberdeen-Angu- s llradthaw Rrothers nre to "pull off" on June ICth, and they arc using a half page advertisement In this issue of tli'. Record telling the people in detail Just what they propose to tell Look on the fourth page of the second section and read it carefully. They are going to sell 42 head, nil "top notchcrt" nnd the cream of the coun try. They figure that these 42 head cattle of registered Aberdeen-Angu- s will bring a total of f 10,000 and will be mighty disappointed if they don't do It. However If they don't bring even half this price they are going to tell them, so remember the date, attend the sale and pick up a bargain. The Dies sale will be conducted near Danville on that splendid farm on Perryville Mrs. James Green, died suddenly at pike which they have recently Jiur her home on the Danville and Lexchased. ington pike, Tuesday morning. She had been in good health apparently, Over the nnd while sitting on the porch of her A tip on Buying The quota of the Lancaster con home, passed tuddenly away. She gregation in the Financial Drive of wat a member of the Pleasant Grove A lady went to a show with her 1 old son. She handed up tl'9 the Disciple World Movement was church. Svrvice will be held there money to the ticket seller and nsked $5800.00. About $3950.00 ha been today, conducted by her pattor, Rcr. Holder. pledged to far. for a tfck.t and a half. Lsdy" I e said giving them the "Why Do the onco over, "you'll have to buy a whole ticket for that Iny. He has on Ion; Live." Mr. A. T. Scott and Son recently-closepants." a deal with Mr. V. A. Dicker-to- n subject of the sermon at the The "Sa you tell ticket by the length for hit entire stock of merchan-dlt- Christian Church next Sunday mornif pant!" possession being given last week. ing will be "Why Do the Wicked "Yok'm." "Well, hand 'em over. I'm not Mr, Scott will combine hit ttore on Live"? There will be no evening serIn a few week get vice on account of the Union Memgetting the whole ticket for the kid." Depot ttrcet and the room now occupied by J. E. Dick- orial Service at the School AuditorRight behind wa an old colored nnd-Sowho will move to their ium. The other usual service, how. woman. "Lawdy, boss" the exclaim- enon adjoining Stormet Drug ever, Sunday tchool and Young Peoed, "heah'a whar I git in fuh nuthln" new quarter Store, Hopkfntvilla New Era. ple; Meeting will be held at the regA. T. Scott and Son are catvying a ular timet, and the public it invited large advertisement tht week telling -- FOR SALE Ford of the change and the many bargain to come. 1919 Model, LIMB IN BARRELS. Sedan, in excellent coadltion. Phone he will have to offer to hi patrons. HUDSON AND FARNAU. Read iU 37U-A- , or call this office. Suddenly. Tickets Top Sure. Dickenon Retires. d Wicked e, grades. Next Monday night comes another musical recital, given by the piano department. Thursday night, June 3rd, Operetta, entitled the Japanese "Ynnki San". Some splendid talent will be on this program, including some from most every grade in the tchool. On Friday evening June 4th, come the senior play, "Dorothy's Neighbors." The following is the entire program: Saturday, May 29, 3:30 o'clock: Musical recital given by the piano de. partmcnt, assisted by the primer and primary grades. Monday, May 31st, 8 o'clock: Musical recital, given by the piano department. waves. Thursday, June 3, 8 o'clock: The sad accident happened about Japanese Operetta, "Yankl San". in the afternoon nnd it was not 4:30 Friday, June 4th, 8 o'clock: until nbout 9:30 that night was the Senior play, "Dorothy' Neighbors." body recovered, although continuous Sunday June Cth, 8 o'clock: efforts had been made by parties of Baccalaureate Addrcts Rev. J. E volunteer searchers, with no nvall. Moss of Nicholasvllle Methodist Many went into the water with ropes j church. tied nbout their wuists in an effort to I Monday, June 7, 8 o'clock; recover the body and in hopes of savin the ing the life by menns of resuscitation. Commencement exercise School auditorium, address by Mr. They were unable to accomplish any- George Colvin, superintendent of thing in the rushing waters and were Public Instruction. forced to come ashore, later recovering it by means of large hooks, weighted with large leaden balls, about fifty feet below the dam. Citations. The body was brought to the home Receive of his parents Saturday-night- . It is rather unusual that two brothFunernl services were coners enlitt from the same town, each' ducted nt the home on Monday aftergo through the great world' war and noon by Rev. H. S. Hudson, assisted each In different commands, should by Rev. E. Ii. Bourland. be honored with citations for excepThe Phi Delta Thetn Fraternity, of gallantry-Sucwhich Hudson was a member, had tional is the case however, with two charge of the funeral at the grave, of our Lancaster boy, Messrs Stanley reading their memorial service. Prbf. and J. Sterling Herron, tons of Mr. C. G. Crooks, of Centre College, an and Mrs. Lather Herron of this city. alumnus of the fraternity and N. O. Esrey, of the fraternity, conducted Roth of these boy volunteered their services during the war and both were the services. soon sent to the front, each by their The floral offering were the larggallantry and extraordinary valor, reest ever seen here, the design pracceiving citation within the last few tically covering the entire lot. dayt from their General in comHudson Fritbie was one of the mand. most popular and lovable boy that Stanley' being "for dittlnguithed ever lived in Lancaster. He gradand exceptional gallantry" at Fleville, uated from the Lancaster High France, on October Cth, 1918. The School last year and wat a Freshman citation wa signed by John J. Pernt Centre College when the tragic shing, end came to hit life that brought ary Commander of the ExpeditionForces. tuch universal sorrow. Sterling' award of honor or citaHe was the only son of Mr. and tion came from General Petain, sign Mrs. Fred Frisbie of thi city, jutt ed by him personally, being a French nineteen year of age, and the idol award, is Just a little hard for us comof hit fond and devoted parents. mon folkt to translate, but we do He wat a dutiful ton and a young know thnt it wat for exceptional mnn of splendid promise; the Joy and bravery in a close conflict with the pride of hit home circle nnd an ap- enemy, nnd he carries a wound todav. preciated friend and companion received in the battle, for which he is among the younger people. Hii now honored. change came while he wat (till a student, fitting himself to enter upon See Mount's adv. life't tterner duties and wider fields of conquett, to which he was leaking Memorial Services forward with good hope and courage. The Odd Fellows will hold memorWe know not what achievement of fame nnd earthly glory he hat been ial tervicet at the Lancaster cemetery denied or what torrow and misfor- next Sunday afternoon, where the tunes he hat etcaped. We cannot gravct of the departed brother will forecatt or read the content! of life be decorated. Evciy member it urj-e- d to be nt the hall promptly at 2 by it horoscope, however bright; we o'clock. know-- that he ha gone from our only view--; the heart which cherished him Sells Lots. are tore and empty; and that other Capt. W. T. King told for the(Mai-te- r heart which have known bereaveCommiuloner-o- f ment respond to the sorrow of thi Maditon tome loved one with tenderett compassion lots in Berea last Saturday for priets and sympathy, I.Ike sorrows evoke that seemed fabulou and even surlike sympathies, preventing our heart prised the Captain. He say they from becoming fallow to the higher sold like lots In Lancaster and that nnd more generous emotions of our he eould hardly keep up with the bidbeing. ding. Some one has called death a "bright thing with dreary name." If Public. Notice to we could lift the edge of the curtain Owing to the advance in material which divides us from those who thoet, etc, we are compelled to raise have passed over, and tee and underthe price of hone shoeing to $2. per stand the condition on the other tide; Including fours. We also breathe the atmosphere and know the round. wish to thank all our patrons for past Joy of that life beyond the start, then indeed, might death be truly a "bright patronage and solicit a continuance Kelly and Vanhuss. of tame. thing" by what ever name called. "One short deep past, we wake Tobacco eternally, And Death shall be no more: Now. Death, thou (halt, die." We have Jutt received a carload of V C Superior Burley Tobacco FeCuriosity. rtilizerthe kind bett tulted for Bur-le- y Tobacco land. The season it late . Mr. C. C. Barnett brought to thit office a wooden lapring grown from and V. C. fertilizer uted moderately, a locust sprout. It it at near a nat- will mature your crop much earlier ural one, as could be made by hand and make a brighter leaf. HUDSON AND FARNAU. and it quite a curiotity. TWO BROTHERS War heart-broke- n h Berea The Get Your Fertilizer The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday May 27, 1920 r L Mt S WORLD WAR Cost 35,000,000 Lives. MT. HEBRON. .Mr. A. H Dean had a nice mule to get Its leg broken. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thompson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Montgomery, Mrs. Harrison Dean ami children spent a few days last week with Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Duncan near Hucnn Vista. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Montgomery and children spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norrls near Ilryants-vlll- e. London, The total cost of the World War In lives has reached the npalllng figure of 35,380,000, according to final estimates made by the HATFIELD Copenhagen society for the study of the consequences of the war, and DENTIST made public recently. Office orr Tha Garrard Bank. These figures were reached after Office S. Phone Reildtnca 376. KENTUCKY. an exhaustive study of the decrease LANCASTER, in the birth rates In the countries Involved as well as increase in deaths from causes directly attributed to the war. Actual military deaths Exclusive totaled 9,829,000, accordingIn tokilled the Optometrist. report. Each European nation involved lost the equivalent of 8.S per DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. cent of its population from all cnuses. Opposite Gileher Hotel. Each nation's actual killed equalled Offica Hour, 8 to 12 and 1 lo S p.m. 2.5 per cent of its population. Serbia was the heaviest suffer of all the belligerents. She lost thirty-fiv- e per cent of her total population, while her actual killed equaled 11.8 per cent. BINDERS McCormick and Deering furnished with tongue and truck or without tongue and truck. $250.00 With tongue and truck $225.00 Without tongue and truck .... Only a few left and no more in sight. J, J. Byrne Mrs. Thomas Mc.Milllan of Locust Grove spent last week with her ion Mr. Charles Mc.Millian neat Preach- ersville. Misses Mnckle and Winnie Alva Montgomery spent last week with , Mr. and Mrs. W, their II, Montgomery. Mrs. Ilettie Montgomery of Dry antsville spent a part of last week with Mrs. J. It. Duncan nnd Mrs. Ernest Montgomery. Mrs. Mnttle Montgomery after u four weeks stay with her children here returned to her home at Orchard Grwve .Saturday, Mr. and Mr. Landram Burdette, daughter and grandson, and Mis Mabel Montgomery spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van- derpool in Lexington. grand-parents- J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL Office Over DIRECTOR National llank. Office Fhonet27 Letting George Do It. In the opinion of the average for eign country America is one vast hive of agricultural industry. They seem to think that nil they have to do is to ask and we will hand over the food. ; Amerlcn has been generous in the past in dividing its food supply with Kentucky. Europe, even when we had to deny Paint Liolc, ourselves to do It. But the war Is f over and war conditions nnd necessl-- 1 ties no longer exist. The American farmer is very short VETERINARIAN. of help and crop outlooks arc not of Call, Answered Promptly Day or the best, according to published Nl(ht. Phon. 317. Experts predict a shortage of food KENTUCKY LANCASTER. stuffs next winter, with the possibility of bread nnd soup lines in the cities of our own country- If this should happen Europe ran not expect us to meekly hand over the food we need to sustain life among Fine Cut Flowers. our own people. Exporting profiteers would of John M. McRobcrts. course take advantage of the situation nnd send food to Europe at enormous gains to themselves. But N. L. the public will not have it so. If such is attempted the roar of pro test will be long and deep nnd will en Auctioneer gulf any person who attempts to SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. starve American women and children for the take of selling to Europe at great personal profit. Lancaster, Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 America asks neither alms nor favors from any country. JtflH WHITE & CO. We arc ready to relieve distress LOUMVILLI, KY. across the water when conditions and liberal attaHmaat humanity permit, but we are not aad full value. ais) willing to send our own people to bed FURS hungry in order to do it, Miaae anal Europe can work and produce if it Mt IklM will. It should quit piddling and squabbling nnd cultivate that will. "Letting George do it," doesn't appeal strongly to us, especially when we are expected to make ourselves a The undersigned hereby give want' tag to all persons not to trespass upon universal and perpetual George. lur land; for any purpose whatever SHE FEELS FINE NOW U we will prosecute all offenders to Aches and pains often indicate the fullest extent of the law. Hunt ers and fishermen especially take kidneys out of order. Your kidneys surely need help and quickly when notice. R. L. Elkln, your hands or feet are swollen and Mrs. Cora Phillips, you feel dull and sluggish, lose your Mrs. Emma Daniels, appetite and your energy and there R. L. Arnold. Is n puffy look under the eyes. Mrs. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, L Gibson, 12th and Edison St., La. Mrs. Emma Mgginbotham, Junta.. Cola., write!- "llv kiilnev Edd and X. D. Price. ---B. C. Rlgsby. were giving me a great deal of trouble for some time. I took Foley 0. M. Anderson. Kidney Pills nnd they helped me right R. L. Barker B. L. Kelley. away. I feel fine now." J. C. Rigiby. R. E. McRoberts and Son. adv Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy Use your head in all things your tongue in a few. When "Leap Year" Leaped. The name "leap year" Is supposed Back To to have crown out of Kins Henry's Is the tide beginning to turn? proclamation making February 29 and 1 legally one tiny, Pother Time be Young men in some of our big cit Inc conceived of as leaping the cap ies are yearning for an opportunity to rrom the 2Stli day or February to the get onto the farms, and the press it Art day of March. advising such a course. The wild nssininity and profligate spendthrifcry of the cities Is palling upon them. They prefer the freedom nnd great er security of country life, even if the hours are a little longer and the work a little harder. They have come to realize that their earnings in the city are eaten up in the profiteering prices now beOptical Co. f ing charged for everything they buy, both essentials and luxuries. Incorporated They sec nothing ahead of them but n ceaseless repetition of earning X it today and spending it tomorrow. X Manufacturers) of Psrfsct-FlttlnHaving brnins, they are beginning SPECTACLES AND to employ them to advantage. And being but n little cog in a big EYE CLASSES weel in the cities, they would migrate to the country, where there Is room Artificial Eye Kiyptrts and opportunity for all. A national campaign for rcpopulat- Invisible Bifocal Lena Ing the farms of the country is one of the prime requisites for a return to commercial stability. It requires food to keep soul and 4th 4 Chestnut body together, and food can only be LOUISVILLE, KY. produced where there are men to do the work. Residence 1'hone 3. MOWERS McCormick and, Deering $75.00 $76.00 5 ft Sweep ., $77.50 6 ft. Sweep It is about time for Mowers to be needed and as we have only a few on hand and cannot get any more, we are urging those who are going to need a Mower to buy as soon as possible. Ask to see the BIG NEW 6 MOWER. 4 ft. Sweep LANCASTER.: KY.t H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Or. Printus Walker Honaker PREWin Itev. D. F. Sebastian and bride were here Sunday evening and he very ably gave us a lecture on his trip to the Southern Baptist Convention at Washington City. Mr and Mrs. David Montgomery entertained Tuesday to dinner tn honor of their son. Mr. Raymond Montgomery and wife. Quite a number of relative were present and a bountiful dinner was served and thi bride and groom have the beat wishes f their friends here. BOURNE. Mr. and Mrs. Doolln are re Joicing over the arrival of a 10 pound baby boy. Mrs. J. P. Hamm who has been is able to be out again after a few weeks Illness. Jee HAY RAKES 8 ft. McCormick quite ill $40.00 Mr and Mr. I. E. Speake and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Huffman. Mis Ida Speake Mas the guest of her cousin, Miss Alberta Speake, on the Danville pike, Friday night. Mr. S. II. Speake and daughter, Ms Ida were In Lexington Wednesday to attend the Masonic Parade. Mr and Mrs. Robert Naylor and children of Kemper Lane spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sid Deolln and famih. RIDING CULTIVATORS I. H. C. Pivot 4, 4 and 6 Shovel, I. H. C. New 4, 4 and 6 Shovel, Only $55.00 and $60.00 a. POSTED Mr. Curtis Sadler and little son. Curtis Thompson spent last week with her sister. Mrs. Forrest Calico of McCreary. Mr and Mr. II. C. Stone nnd little sen. Homer Carbile nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Humphrey spent Sunday with their parents. Mr. ami Mrs. J. E. Sherrow of Nicholas villc. WALKING New Departure, 4 Shovel New Departure, 6 Shovel, CULTIVATORS $30.00 $35.00 - Card of Thank. to thank our friends and relatives for the kindness shown us In the lsa of our darling baby boy. Also for the beautiful Aural offerings received. Mjr. ami Mrs. Curtis Sadler. We wih Wagons Wagons Old Hickory, HLJCKEYE Weber and Birdsell is The Farm. Remember we are offering wagons at the old price which at a great saving. Better buy now and save $20.00. Nichokuville Saturday, Fish and Light Bread Friday T. S. Plcrntt. Mr. and Mr. Robert Lonif snent Sunday with Mr. Dee Fothergill and m Ir. 4nd Mr George Hendron spent Mon.iay m Nichelasvtlle. Mr and Mr. Hubert Carter wre Hren family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Hill snent Sat urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Nath Uogie In Lancaster. A boy arrives at the homes of Mr and Mrs. Jtono East and Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Simpson the past week. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles have re turned from Washington I). C. where they attended the Baptist Convention. Misses Elsie and Dorothy Whit- taker of Madison county were guests of Mr. It. W. Sanders Saturday night. Mrs. Georgia Ray of Nicholasville, and Miss Frances Long of Lancaster, were guests Sunday of Mr. Thomps Davis and family. Mrs. Permella Uoirle has returned home after several weeks visit o relatives and friends in Mercer County nnd Lancaster. Mr. Wilbert Ray of Madison county spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lenzy Kay and Mr. Oscar Ray and family, Mr. Tom Morford of Louisville, and Miss Chrlstltu Morford of Nicholasville, spent Sunday with Misses Sallle Lou Teater and Ethyl Ray. Wire Fence Wire fence is scarce and very hard to get. We have a car on the way to us. Will not last long however, and if you want any fence, place your order at once. Southern o i WELCHS DEPT. BEREA, KENTUCKY. STORE. It, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 27, 1920 BRYANTSVILLE i Mr. nml Mrs. W. K. DnvU tpnt Saturday In Lexington. Columbia Grafonola Hnve You Hcnrd Lucy Gates Mr. H. H. Haleomb And Mary Belle Haleomb were Danville vliiton Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Swope were Lexington vis. Make Your Home Cheerful Home you to buy an expensive plant that simply furnished light and no more, you might have some good arguments against such a purchase, but when you think of n lighting plant that Is also a plant capable of operating any nnd every small machine on your place, that is another matter. You can't expect folks to be happy and contented where the home Is in halMarkncss and premeated by the smell of smoky lamps. Every member of your family Is entitled to all the bright electric light which city folks have. If somebody asked 1 ninjr. or '. T 'finby Mine" "Dnrdnnolli" Snschn Jncob.ion piny ' Well ! We hnve them. ) Hnwnilnn Smiles In the Henrt of Hawaii Kmmctn Cuckoo Son? Kmmets Lullaby Hawnilnn Gultnr Duct ) ( Kamplnln odlcr Jean Whnt a Day That'll He Hold Me Dnnce It With Me Apnin Peerless Quartctt Frank Crumit Art Hickmnn's Orchestra. Al Jolson Thnt Wonderful Kid from Madrid You in Cuba I'll See Jack Kaufman. Come in and hear more of our good records. itors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stnllard Hill of Midway, were Sunday guests of Mr. Clint Hill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Itankin and Mrs. Kobet. Itankin were In Danville shopping Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Lear of Lancaster were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Rose, Thursday. Mr. William F. Mention of India- napolis Ind was the guest a few days last week of Miss Myrtle Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and children were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Denny of Burgin, Sunday, Dr. and Mrs, B. B. Montgomery and little daughter, of Paint Lick were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hryant. e Dr. nnd Mrs. Minglcdorph of were the Sunday guests of Iter, and Mr. Conant. Dr. Minglcdorph delivered two very interesting sermons Sunday morning and evening. Miss Martha Curtis entertained a number at dinner Tuesday evening. Those present were Dr. McDouglc of Richmond, Misses Sallic Lou Teater and Ethyl I'.ay of Iiurkeye, Messrs Hansel and Thos. H. Grinter. Miss Murtha Curtis entertained a number of friends last Thursday evening those present being: Misses Mary Belle Hnlcomb. Lettic Uroadus, Ida Speake, Messrs Louis Uroadus, Kussel and Gilbert Curtis, Thos II. Edwards and Hansel Lane. Mrs. A. J. Christopher and sons, Logan and Maurice of Somerset, Mrs. Sid Poor and son Wclburn of Mrs. John Dougherty and son of Lexington, Mrs. W. A. Dickerson, Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Christopher and children of Lancaster were the guests Sunday of Miss Eliza Ison and Mr. Wil-morWil-mor- e, dfenccJL Is such a plant. In addition to being a perfect electric lighting plant. It has a pulley by which machines can be run while charging your batteries. When this is done, your lights cost practically nothing. Gcnco Light is such a positive labor saver that owners figure that this power practically takes the place of farm help. It certainly does enable the help to do more; or less help to do the same work. Genco Light is not a luxury it is a servant that will Increase production and pay for itou really owe it to yourself in actual dollars ami Cfnts. self to call here with your wife nnd see this wonderful plant nt work. May we expect you? CONN BROS., Dealers LANCASTER, KY. Minuficiurtd by Csocnl Gis EIkuIc Co. luouvir, Pa. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. McROBERTS ft 8 DRUB STORE. Logan Ison. Ono of the most delightful of the social events of the season was the "Old Fnshloncd Party" given by Mrs. R. I. Hurton last Thursday afternoon. For the occasion the home was prettily decorated with red geraniums and. narcissi. About 30 guests were present nnd each was asked to make n rhymo about how to reduce the H. C. L. and to wear n "calico" dress. During the afternoon music was en. Joyed, also a "guessing contest", the "Medical Trunks". Mrs. E. W. Per- i kins, Mrs. J. Hogan Kallard, Misses .illah Dawes and Maymc Ballard, having all the answers correct drew I for the priie, Mrs. Perkins being the winner was presented with an nttrac-- I live apron. Refreshments of red lemonade, ginger cake and peppermint stick candy were served. Mrs. llurton was an Ideal hostess and each one had a most delightful time. Among the guests from a distance were Misses Roberts and Glltner of Wilmore, and Mrs. Forrest Stapp of Lancaster. All looked most attractive in their "calico" frocks. Lancaster, Ky. 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 has .two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Lock'ed. B. F. Ihidson, President. J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. 0. RIgncy, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Wojker, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, AsVt Teller. Win. F. Miller, Teller. t. HOTICB Now is the Time Having sold my mill and farm, and my time being needed at another place, I will offer my $12,000, stock of NINA. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Sebastian visited Mr. and Mrs, Garfield Gay last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Huffman of Madison attended church at this place GENERAL MERCHANDISE at about cost. Over 800 pair of shoes, 5,000 yards gingham, at 30 cents a yard, most all Red Rose gingham, Khaki pants for men at $2.25 a pair, all kinds of mens pants from $1.00 to $5.00, 2000 yards outing, best grade at 30 cents, 232 dozen pairs hosiery, Underwear of all kinds, Men's B. V. D.'s at $1. This is a new clean stock and I will sell as a whole and the home can be leased for any term desired. I will give pur- chaser 10 months to pay fdr stock if sold as a whole. Any one desiring to buy the entire stock can get der of this year. Thera is no posses- sion at once, and free rent of the two store houses the remain- Sunday afternoon. Master ClelUnd Trewitt spent last Saturday and Sunday with Master Shannon Adkison of Hackley, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Prewitt and children were guets of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mcrion Prewitt. Mrs. Alx Lay ton visited her son, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Layton last Saturday night aad Sunday. The people of this community aro busy working the ground now, they have been kept In so long on account of rain. Mr. nnd'Mrtt. George Adkinson and grand daughter Gracy 11. Lane, spvnt last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Prewitt. Wo are all glad to hear that Mr. Willie Prewitt U Improving fast from an attack of typhoid fever. All hope he will be Ten times nt least, or mo' While I'd get erbout five per cent Er mebby oaly fo' Uncle Eph'alm went and bought off a bit Ah tol' 'em f hoi Oklahomy oil Not be so fait to slam; What hit flowed so fast hit Jes' "You dals wld STRANGERS, 'memFloated on dc soil. ber dot Cousin Abram Washington While AH KNOWS Uncle Sam." Bought gold mining stock Took his bery lastcst cent de pos'man come Den one day-l-ong An' put his coat in hock. Brung sumpln' fo' us all; Unk Eph'ntm's was at he mus' help Eben Aunt Marthy Jackson, To buy a drill dat fall. De smartcs' ob' de bunch Bought shares of Cuby rice land A 'sessment Cousin Abe raus pay Because she had a "hunch." Or lose all he put In. Ah told dem Ah bought gov'ment Aunty Marthy's was a tax bill 'N Ah Jes' had to grin. bon's, An' den de whole blame raft When Ah seen what was in my own; Jes' set 'n held their onery sides Fo' hit was Jes a draft, An' lafTed an' laffed, an' laffed. Fo' interest on mah gov'ment ban's; Dcy say dey'd get money back N" den Ah lafTed 'n' laffed. By Caroline McCarty. Aunt Dinah "Lafes". For Sale New 1920 Ford Touring Car, Electric Starter. Just from factory and never been run FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. better stand in Madison County, oat soon. Poitoff ice with daily mail. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gay and children Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Doolin and daughter, Agnes visited Mr. and Mrs. Jiwse Layton recently. Mr. and Mm. Jesse Long and Mr. anil Mrs. Sim Wheeler, and littlo son Conn, were the guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long last Sunday. Leslie T. Bradshaw BRADSHAW MILL, KENTUCKY. icKxtrorom&ttJ There was a new prsachrr at Bethel the Church of Christ th pst Sunday afternoon, lie will b back again the second Sunday In June at 3:30 o'clock. Allr- cordially InvlU d to come and hear him. Paint Lick Garage, n PAINT LICK, KY. w' .ms i iyi u mm.ii.. j.'1 tv " :m . The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, May 27 1920. Have you seen our line of A dispatch from Frankfort tells of BEST FOR TOBACCO LAND, the meeting that thc Federal HighCROP MATURES way promoters had with State Board Many people bitterly envy thoic Commissioner Joe S. Roggt there last MAKES who have accumulated great wealth. Tuesday. It said: nut they shouldn't. Plans to construct projects 10 and A tick fmteru Itielf upon n dog or 25 of thc new State highway system OBELISK a cow and sucks the blood of that of permanent surfacing material were animal until it become full to the discussed here Tuesday with GoverBlue Ribbon Flour. point of bunting, and then drops off, nor Morrow and Joe 3. Uoggs, ComTRY A SACK The man of great wealth absorbs missioner of Public Roads, by n dele the money of his victims until he be- - gation from nil tne counties along the We Deliver In Town. comes gorged to repletion, and then route. he, too, drops off. tfenth does the Thc persons Interested In the nro COW PEAS, SOY BEANS, dropping and his wealth is spent by Jects, Instead of trying to withdrnw others. the $500,000 raised for the work, are CANE SEED. He thankful that you are human setting nn example, ns the Governor and not a tick, cither of the financial reviewed It, by proposing to let their See these before you buy YELLOW SEED CORN, or the blood variety. contributions go Into the construction and simply asking the State to annro. Feed of all Kinds, Housewives who have been in the priate thc sunt it would otherwise be habit of canning their own fruit each required to and devote this to n more Kanawha year are not in n happy state of mind. lasting type of road. In Barrels and 100 lb. Sacks. , With sugar at its present price they uy coincidence the Federal aid can not afford to do much canning, project, extending from Hardyvillc, Lime in ana ir they can not do their own can nan County, on the Jackson High AND hU.. il.... uiuii no ...... . uiiiK wiwjr wunoui iruit or way, through Green, Taylor, Marion, pay prohibitive prices for the iioyie. dnrrarJ and Madison counties. DC 31 DC article. conforms the two new .state highway But our dear ladies should be of projects. The residents had raited good cheer, for to every cloud there the money necessary nnd were nr. If he does not sec It. is n silver lining. paring to obtain Federal nid when the There are. many things the editor best advertsing in a merchandising They should be thankful that it is new law was passed. Issued Weekly. $1.50 a Year. does not publish because they con Is. not worse, for not all of the crooks "mer arlous Payable la Ativans. Itjhen occurre.l to them that they campaign. tain no element of news, arc dis In chandising counsellors" assert that Vigor, vitality, vim and punch the country have been able to take were spending their money for tressing to many innocent people, and a J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. a grab at Illicit profits in sugar. highway which the State rvmti.ntK-- the mail order house cntalogue Is one That's pep I their publication could serve no R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. And besides, is it. not more blessed would buifd. nnd they learned from of the best examples of direct adver The courage to act on a sudden good purpose. to give than to receive? hunch commissioner Uoggs that .until th tising in existence How can it come Sometimes the editor is criticised Entered, at the Post Office in Lanpare with thc use of space in a heme new Inw becomes operative no That's pep I nr town newspaper, for his forebcarnnce, but at least Ky., as Second-Clas- s caster, Mail where the dealer's The nene to tackle thc hsnlest thing, Did you ever hear of an optomistic rangementa may be made for re-lsome of hit critics do not stop to re Matter. goods and address are printed. The With feet that cHmb and hands that member that possibly the paper is pessimist: We're it, as you will see hurting counties for funds advance store is within easy reach, goods may Head on. cling, for State Highway projects. just as forcbearing regarding an in Lucaster, Ky., Mir 27, 1920 Commissioner Hoggs told them oc seen nnn inspected with the ex A heart that never forgets tc sing cident or two of their own lives. That's pepl however, that where local aid Is forth penditure of a few minutes' time There are many things to be con. It coming, in his opinion, the commission This is thc rent direct ndretising. Member Kentucky Prets Association lidered before putting It in cold will be inclined to Initate the work transfers an article from the drotrr's Sand ami grit in a concrete" base and type. show-cni- e directly into the customer's That's pepl and he sugifestcd the plan which met Eighth District Publishers League. pocket. On The Death Friendly smile n'an honest fsce Ben with Governor Morrow's approval. A Washington dispatch recently That's pep! They will certify the Aticuiii they Rates For Political Announcements. credited the Department of Justice Meeting Hudson The spirit that helps when another's have raised and then got Federal Aid For Precinct and City Offices $5.00 with saying that six hundred million down, for the project. Then when the new For County Offices 10.00 dollars will be taken from the people Legion. That knows how to scatter the black commission comes in they will pro May 24th, 1920. this year in sugar speculation alone. For State and District Offices. .15.00 est frown, WHEREAS, it has pleased God In poc that the State add to the fun! The Caswell Snuflcy Post of the Does It Jar you? It shouldn't. 10 for Calls, prt line That loves Us neighbor and loves Its In a his infinite wisdom to take from us sufficient to pave instead of mace American Legion wss "at home" to. Six hundred million dollars Tor Cards, per line .10 ttiwn paltry sum, too Insignificant to cause our Moved class mate and friend damizc the road as was contemplated, thc members of the 8th District of For all publications in the inter-eBy this means those counties will get the American Legion. That's pepl Benjamin Hudson Frisblu, and even mild surprise. of individuals or expresWHEREAS, we feel that we shout for their money a first class perman The local post tent over some ten Of course, if some one should steal sion of individual views, per . . cnt road and the state will get for the or twelve members and they nil re To say "I will" for you know you line 10 a chicken, or a slab of bacon, or some' mane some expression or our sym can thing else worth while, we Americans Pn,h' for th bereaved family and amount it would have spend on the port not only a very important and Obituaries, per llnv . .05 projects, had local funds not been interesting meeting but an enjoyable That's pepl would immcdiatelv demand nunlsh-- 1 Wends: therefore, BE IT RESOLVED, That we, th raised a high type of road which will one as well, and every man returned To look for the best in every man ment adequate to the enormity of That's pepl FOR CONGRESS. student body of Centre College, d reduce the maintenance cost. to Lancaster and wss loud in hi, the crime. true Mend praise of the hospitality that was To meet esch thundering knockout But six hundred million dollars in fccl lhat e hav '0 We are authorized to announce blow, I an'' n congenial companion, and given them by thc members of the RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, sugar speculation? BE IT RESOLVED, That In th American Legion Post of Stanford. And come back with a laugh, because Too triflinc for consideration a candidate for the Democratic nomiyu know time wc naVe known him, brief tho it The following local nation for Congress in this, the only chicken feed for n day. More Post: Messrs C. representedT. the Price. You'll get the best of the whole darn- wa we nave found him to be a man Cost 177 C. Dawes, J. But if sugar becomes prohibitive Eighth Congressional District of ed show Billy F. Miller, Robert Meadows. Kentucky. State Primary Election, In price there is yet good that will re- - ot Irreproachable character and high In 1914. I Christian THAT'S PEPI ideals; and finally Storey I). Hrrron, Irvin Simpson, suit from a seeminv evil. We will Saturday, August 7, 1920. Grace G. Ilostwick In Ash.vlllc. N. BE ,T RESOLVED, That we wish Noel B. Bogie, Alex Doty, nrevterj eat less and feel better. New York World. C, Push. Layton and Dr. Virgil G. Kinnaird. We Americans are not so robust t0 convey our heartfelt sympathy to FOR CONCRESS. Living cost in the United States physically as were our forefathers bc his loved ones in their bereavement March 1, last, had increased 7 per to announce We arc authorized fore us. They ate a little sugar and For the Senior Class cent since Nov. 1, 1919, a report COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson Howard Van Antwerp, Jr. wc eat much. yesterday by the National Industrnl county, a candidate for tho Demo For the Junior Class And besides, if we men ore denied Conference Hoard shows. cratic nomination for Congress, in Norrls Armstrong, Since July, 1914, the H. C. L. has Congressional Dis the luxury of sugar it will only ce For the Sophomore Class this, the Eighth ment our fondness is leaped 95 per cent, the board reports, trict of Kentucky. State Primary even sweeter our for that whichour Walter Brashear, Jr. wives and and within thc last twelve months Election, Saturday, August 7, 1020, For the Freshman Class daughters and our babies. the increase was 21 per cent. Andrew Uroaddus, Jr. Between July, 1914, and March, Many people have been disturbed Many persons with a few hundreds 1920, food gained in price 100 per LIME IN' BARRELS. or thousands of savings are looking recently over the practical break' HUDSON AND FARNAU. cent; clothing, 177 per cent; shelter, around for opportunities for invent down of the transportation system of 49 per cent; fuel heat, nnd light, 49 ment. There are thousands of such the country. per cent; and miscellaneous costs. Woman Conditions became so deplorable opportunities, but many of them are 63 per cent. that the railroad executives petitioned far from safe. By Dog. The information upon which these The daily press is full of offers of to Interstate Commerce Commisson estimates yere based was obtained .Miss Lillian Shugurs, residing on mining stocks, municipal and build to assume chares and reculnte the from a survey of a large number of ing bonds, and other forms of Invest traffic of the country,: as was done I Thirl Street, was a patient ui me retail dealers in foodstuffs and cloth hospital r rlday, sutterlng ing and of brokers in touch with real ment. Some of these are unquet during the war bv the federal i?ovem. I 'rom several lnccratons on the hand estate conditions. tlonably safe and desirable, while ment. as a result of having The shortage of cars nnd the eon. an' others- - are far from it. The dlf bltten b- - a Jog n few days ago tsW I flculty is to tell the good from the eestion in roll transnortnlion is inl.l ssssK Houses Mail t0 hnvc bcen ne"r to be one of the prime causes of the Thc Ao u bad. nuRars wnen it at lnt nome 01 The country is. making feeble and hich cost of evcrtthinir. Check Up ST nc injuries were not Of course, if the railroads are un- - ,ncKC" spasmodic efforts to recover from Local merchants in localities where its orgy of price inflation and spend, nble to nronerlv dlstributo tho fm! considered serious at the time, how of the country many people will not evcr' ueiueni developments caused the mall oHer houses are pulling ing, with but indifferent success. trongly, may well be reminded that lo """"Ko me pasteur treatment If a panic or a severe stringency be able to eat. Thev mav even die. But why should those people wor The dog, it is claimed, will be kept these great trading mediums obtain in the money market overtakes us, as many think will be the case, these ry over the possibility of a little thing under surveilancc for some time.- - most of their results from effective advertising; therefore the merchants Richmond Register stocks and bonds may suffer serious like death? must advertise adequately if they are We are taught that there is another shrinkages in value or become scraps A MISTAKE MADE UY MANY to successfully meet the keen com of paper upon which the holder finds world where sorrow and hunger and Don't wait for rheumatism to In petition. poor transportation facilities arc un it difficult to realize. & Co., have 200 Local citizens who arc looking known, and it doesn't require a rail dicate diseased kidneys. When you suffer pains nnd aches by day and girls employed in checking newspap for investment might do well to road ticket to get there. blauder weakness by ers to ascertain the volume and kinds Should onyone grieve at n change "'"P leave their money in bank yet a lit tie while longer, until the price of of residence that is all to the good, nim' ,ecI ,,rc1' nrvous "! run f advertising carried. In towns even if that change should be hasten- - (,own' lhe Udnt' unii bladder should whtrc the local store advertising. Is these securities comes down. Investing at the maximum of in ed by inadequate rail transportation? be '"to"'1 t0 healthy, strong and small, or otherwise unimportant, spec And can you imagine the good regular action. It is a mistake to ial campaigns are instituted, bundles f lotion is a hazardous jump in the Lord being so inconsiderate at to send postpone treatment. Foley Kidney f literature are distributed, etc. uncertain regions of finance. It is an actual fact that the check It will leave many scars before we a person to hell on. an empty stom Pills put the kidneys in sound healthy & Co, re condition and keep them active nnd up system of ach? return to n rntionnl standard of strong, Ilegin taking today. Good call that tne business returns to thc values. company from towns where the local results follow the first dose. GET TOGETHER DAYS. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. dwttsing in the home papers Is The editor Is popularly suppoed to This town should have some derin- light, are very high when compared hear everything, ite scheme for getting the people totee everything with the receipts from localities Notice. Know everything and publish every- gether oftener than has been done in where thc home merchants use large thing that is going on, the past. My customers will please come in amounts of space. But sometimes he doesn't tee it A clique ridden town seldom and give me their 3rd Liberty Loan The lesson is plain. The local mer doesn't want to see it becautebe. prospers to any great extent. There Bonds locked In their boxes that I chants must fight with fire. They ing an editor and trained to weigh nil Is too much pulling of one clique may exchange them for permanent must fight mail order propaganda II ungeli of every question, he knows against another, with the result that bonds. S. C, Denny, Cashier. advertising. We all ith home-tow- n that it is better for the community but little of a constructive nature is 6.27-2know that direct advertising Is the i FARMING ever accomplished. If we could have a Get Together Dav once n month It wntiU nrmlnr beneficial retulti. It would leuen To Be High Roild. the breach between the cliques and , , have n tendency to eradicate them Stat CommWilontr Boffs Plans So entirely In time . That And with all cliques abolished we Rod May B Quilt could pull together and to good pur Soon. i! BUY YOUR WINTER GOAL NOW Coal Is Scarce and Hard To Get. V. C. FERTILIZER Type P.d pose. What ay you, Mr. Man and Mn Woman? IMPLEMENTS J HARDWARE, EARLIER THE THE BRIGHT LEAF. Premium TODAY. The PAINTS. MILLET, Conn "LIVE Brothers. BE .Genuine Salt.s LET LIVE FOLKS." Barrels DEL 3 com-merc- al HUDSOIN & FARINAU relf-stylr- d The Central Record What "Pep" RESOLUTIONS jamin of Frisbie District Of American ...... st .... CLOTHES Per Cent Than Severely Bitten -- Order J Merchants. Blown Manly i Biding4 Cultivator ket. Ask the man who owns one. New stock of Hoosier Two Horse Corn Planters Sears-Roebu- Buy it because it is the best cultivator on the mar- Sears-Roebuc- k 1 HASELDEN BROS. mm The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 27, 1920 5 FOOTWEAR. JOSEPH'S ex- We arc offering some not because there has been any material drop in the price of merchandise, but because of SUITS, COATS and DRESSES Beautiful models made of the very best materials and tailored by high class tailors. being offered at ceptional values in footwear I the backward season, which is at- 25 PER CENT OFF. See these beautiful garments tractive in style and fit as they money sufficient to :arry on and save money by making ' should. your purchase now. their business. WE ARE OFFERING WONDERFUL VALUES IN PIECE GOODS HOUSE OF QUALITY THE ONE PRICE STORE. " Oxfords and Pumps that are 4$ using many others likewise to do the same in order to raise NOT MUCH R ENT TO PAY. We are still trimming our prices and not our customers. Mr. Gnyk- Dety spent the week-enPOST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. in Stanford with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Fleece Robinion. We will sell you a Screen doors from $1,150 up. Deere. Mowcrx $70.00 Screen Windows Sfic up. Jno. Mr. nnd Mrs". S. C. Denny have reJ no Deere Cultivators $30, $55. iSeed Henns 15 cents per pint. turned from Hot Springi, where they $55 A ood Mailable stove $90.00. spent n month recuperating. Oliver Cultivators r Overland Cultiv G shovels $5S. Other Stoves $:) and up. Mr. Hugh Miller spent n few days A Kood net Harness $'23.50, up. the past week with his mother, Mrs. Hay Hakes Dern Miller, on Hnselden Heights. Malta Double Shovels .$5.'.0 IhiKk'ics $150.00 and up. d 1 Miis Lillian Kinnard wai n visitor in Lexington, Tuesday. HIGH HONORS J. R. MOUNT The & CO. O Deal House. Mrs. Mae Hughes Noland, Mrs. Sautiey Hughes ami Miis Mary Doty have been recent visitor in Danville. Gossip About People VNV A RrM MiMUr Oamji by ThM W ( Um Cmin.M and Art bklutiud In. vliitor Mr. R. K. Henry of Le xwgton, was In Lancaster, Monday. hai been a recent viiitor ter. Mr. Robert Honaker of Lexington In Lancas- Mri. Martha P. Frisblc has return eil from n viiit to relatives In Dan-vill- Rev. K. 11. Rourland has accepted an invitation to rankc the principal Miis Allle Dunn has returned from nddreis J at tht memorial tervices nt North Carolina where she had charge Rcren next Monday. of the English chair in a large college. I Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph and father, J Mrs. Hussell lirown and baby, Mr. Fox, have returned from a visit Itrkn, of llryanUville, spent the week to her son, Mr, Arthur Joseph and end with her mother, Mrs. S. D. Coch- Mrs. Joseph, at Somerset. ran. Ml. Cecil Ration, who has been Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. I'umphrcy have attending Margaret College, at Verreturned from a visit to the family of sailles, has returned and Is with her their son, Mr. Frank I'umphrcy, in parents, Mr. arid Mrs. H. H. Ration. Somerset. Col. John Rotts. Prof. II. V. Bell. Rev. Clarence Strother, wife nJ Judge Wilkes Morgan nnd Robert little son, Jnmes Huisell, have return- Johnson, all of LawTenceburj;, were ed from a visit to relatives in in Lancaster last Monday nnd heard the speaking at the court house. Camp-bellsvill- Lexington, Ky., Miis Lucy Dean of Mnrcellui, was one of the 174 students out of 1400 at the University of Kentucky who wns listed qmeng the highest honor students of the year. Through division of rcho!nrhip distinctions were made as follows: First highest diitinction to those receiving between 'J, t and 3 in the point system: second, with distinction, to thote making from 2.2 to 2.4; and third, nonary mention, to thoie receiving from 2 to 2.2 points. Mils Dean made 2.C points. It will be remembered that Miis Dean has been prominent in school nlTmrs during her entire stay at the Univemty. She has served on the basket ball team for four yenrs and the last two years was elected cap-tniShe is nlo nn active Y. W. C. A. worker nnd was treasurer of the organization nt the University this year. n. I Classified Column RATESi 8 - If you are thinking of selling your 1 fnrm nt Auction, see Green Clay Walker, representing 6. T. Wnllnce nnd Company, 305 Truit Hullding, Lex- ington. LIME IN RARRELS. HUDSON AND FARNAU. Mr. John Williams said to tell you he had n lot of sweet potato sprouts. Don't forget the Meeting of the American Legion nt the Police Court Room, tonight (Thursdny) nt 7:30 P.'M. Importnnt business. Attractive improvements hnve been mnde during the past few weeks at the SimpioTi House. Roth Fnterior Tursdny. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Milby, of An announcement which comes at Springfield, Ohio, are here for a visit n surprise is thnt of the mnrriage of Mils Georgia Johnson has return- to her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Miss Gladys Kennedy Merritt of Daned frsxn a visit tj relatives in Stan- Reynolds. a ville, ami Capt. W. Damon Archer, of ford. Jacksonville nnd Philadelphia. Miss Miis Carrie Reid returned to In in Lancaster Mrs. Llgc Ford and Mr. Robert dianapolis, Monday after n two weeks! Merritt is were viiitors in Lexington viiit with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. where she resided several years ago. Kinnntrd well-know- n e. and exterior decorations having been added. Card of Thanks. I Clarence Wilder. Mrs I). Guilty is is(tinc her daugh-tc- r, Mrs. W. A, Price nnd Miis Mamie Mrs. Ike Dunn and Mr. Dunn in Stormes Dunn attended the Johnston Lexington. Dunn wedding in Chattanooga, Mr. and Mrs. E. Pretcott Drown Tcnn., Inst week. have returned from a visit to relatives Mcsus (.Verge Swinebrond nnd in Stanford. WJlflain Kirinalrd, Center College Miis Kathleen Walter of Lexington students, spyit the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson and Collier of Tennessee, son Ranks, Jr., of Danville, spent has been the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Fnr-ua- u on Maple Avenue. U. D. Simpson. . Mrs. Deisie Kites is visiting her sisMrs. Did Robinson is vMting her dauiihter, Mrs. Hubert Henry and Mr. ter, Mrs. Minnie Schwalb.nch of Newport, and her brother, Mr. L. S. Henry in Lexington. Young of Cincinnati. Miss Klla Mne RSurne was the Mr. and Mr. Humphrey Hudion, guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Robinson, Mr. Underwood of Danville. and Mrs. Hubert Salter, of Danville, Mrs. Robert Kinnnlrd has returned were in Lancaster Sunday. from n visit to her mother, Mrs. West Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldcnburg nnd In Lexington Virginia. little son, Victory, who have been Mist Lizzie Simpson, of Stanford, guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. has been visiting her uncle, Mr. U. D. D. (iulliy. have returned to their Mr. William .Simpson nnd Mrs. Simpson. home m Mississippi. has been the recant guest Ethel Walter. of Miis their parents here. S TEN DAYS I 1 Special Sals Hats ... CASH ONLY (!) $10 'J3 . Trimmed Lots $15.00 values $7.95 $12.50 values i 57.50 Values Big Reductions on all sailors, black and colors. Special prices on Children's Hats. Wonderful values in untrimmed shapes, $1.95, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95. J.-J- I1 il MRS. BELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. am deeply grateful for the subMr. and Mrs. Hunks Hudson, Mr. stantial remembrances donated bymy nnd Mrs. John Raughmnn, Mr. Brnn-ha- friends during the past week and take Raughman, Mr. and Mrs. Hum- this method of thnnking all for their Mrs. Lizzie Rarncs. phrey lludiun, Mr and Mrs D. W. kindness. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson, Mrs. Charlie Cecil, Dr. Frank Cheek. COL DAN M. Dr. J. W. Reed. Dr. C. G. Crooks, Prof. Sam Cheek, Mrs. Mnttic Price, By Mrs. Graham Price, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Is H. Price, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Cook, Crowd. Miss Margaret Cook nnd Miss T. Fox. nnd a large number of Professors nnd The Presbyterian chuVeh In this students, of Centre College, Danville, city wus tilled to its limit last Thursattended the funernl of Mr. Hudion day night to hear the great Frisbie Monday afternoon. of Death" Col. Dan Morgan Smith. Col.Smith told of how proud Relatives and friends have receivho was that he was in Central Kenaned the following interesting tucky nnd also paid n beautiful trinouncement: Mr. and Mrs. Win. Davis Johnston, bute to Colonel Allen of Lexington, nnnounce the marriage of their but at present Commander in chief of the A. E. F. in Germany. daughter, Col. Smith was introduced by 11 ro. Elsie Chloe Rourlund of the Christian church who to referred to him as one of the great Mr. John William Dunn on Monday, the seventeenth of May, "Soldier Roys." Col. Smith dwelt nt length on "give nineteen hundred and twenty, them sredlt for what they have done" Chattanooga, Tcnnesice. he said some of his best lighters were ' At Home from Kentucky, and because n mnn Fort I'lcrce, Florida. Mr. Dunn-i- s tin popular son of Mrs. didn't get across the Atlantic, not to say that he didn't tee any service as W. Askborn l'rlce of this city. he wnt Just as muclt entitled to credit MWmj Fannie and I.oraino ICcl as the man who was fortunate enough onttrrtniiu'd Sunday at their pre'.v to go. He also told of bis experience at sub ban Home on the Kirktville uki, in lunor uf Miss Mary Allison Tria- the front and some of the daring ble, who lcr.v this week for nor feats accomplished by his men. Col, home in Wneo, Ky. The following Smith said "These men fought for friends enjoyed their hospitfity the Constitution in time of war", Misses Iluelnh and Clay Duncan, Lew now lets fight for it now in time of Taylor, Margaret Jones , Mlldtd pence. He told in n very pretty manRuth, Kathryn Grinitead and Anna ner the danger that was confronting Mildred Tribble, Messrs Reruard and the American (lag nnd the ConstituHerbert Jones, Rush and Cluvli Trib- tion and asked that all the 100 per ble, Robert J.ec Covington, Russell cent Americans Join in this fight and Robert Grinstead, Mntt Moore of ngnlnst the terrors of whiskey. The Colonel spoke at least two Waco, Messrs M. L. McKlnney, F. R. Taylor nnd Roy Witt of Irvine, Mr. hours nnd the ninny and often apWilson of Danville, Mines Mattle nnd plauds given him were proof enough Sallle Lutz, Florence Mulllns, Addie that he was thoroughly enjoyed, he Criscillis and Messrs James Nevlui, closed by paying a beautiful tribute Denny Tribble, Rryan Gastincau of to the work of the "American Lancaster. m Ma-han, Single insertions lc a word O Citizens of LanTo ft No ad taken for less than- 20c Q g in this column. No nds in this Ky. f column charged. 3 S Seven insertions for the J Honorable Mayor, City Council and 2 People of Ijincaiter, Ky: 0 price of five. Whereas, the franchise now held by Phone orders must be paid jj V us Is void by reason of being In conX promptly. flict with the State Constitution, nnd 5i a x moot x xxxxaxxaocx xxwooc Whereas, we hnve no franchise for operating our plant In the City of FOR SALE: Upright piano in Lancaster, Ky., becnuie the same is void as aforesaid, the City Council of good condition. Call this otTicc. the City of Lancaster, Ky., and the FOR SALE Five room house, in public generally are hereby notified good condition. . that wc will on August 1st, 1920, or Mrs. J. C. Robinson. as soon thereafter ns practical, move FOR SALE Good Poland Chinn all our poles and electrical equipment from the streets of the city of Lanboar, large type. Registered. Robert R. Fox. caster. Ky. This notice is given ns n legal noSee our special values on Ladies tice, ns. wc understand that reasonnnd Children's Hote. Also n pretty able notice must be given before wc line of gifts for graduates. can remove said jiropcrty and disRella Arnold Francis. continue raid plant. Wc nrc willing to do anything wc I am agent for the Studcbaker can to 'with the city in seautomobile. Let me show you one. curing n franchise for the purpose of Also have n 1910 Hup, like new, for furnishing electric light nnd power to sale or trade. G. C. TTulker. the citizens of the city, but wc can not continue it further without additional equipment, and FOR SALE Four Red Angus bulls, ready for service, at farmers this we can not do nt the present prices. Also four poland china gilts, rates nnd without n legal franchise protecting us in our rights. subject to register. Rig type. Done this April 20th, 1020. Telephone Hubble. Harry Frye, Respectfully submitted, BAST1N BROTHERS, ' By II, V. Baitin. tf I will sell strawberries by the crate, only. Parties wanting to buy, coll The caster, Strawberries. 381-F- . SMITH Large Walton E. Mois. SEWING WANTED widow, Mrs. S. A. Cummini, on Poor Ridge pike, Mr. Frank Rny's residence R.'F. D. 3. 20-2Box 117. t. LAD OF HANGING FORK FARM. Greeted "Cam-muml- er REGISTERED JERSEY BULL SERVICE FEE $5.00 CASH. FOR SALE: About 200 barrels of ONE MILE OUT DANVILLE PIKE. good com, both white nnd yellow. Arch Overstrrst In chart and h has Any nmount good seed corn. orders to collect In advance. ' W. R. Kelley, R. F. D. 1. C. B. SWNEBROAD. Lnncnstcr, Ky. Hear It For Yourself TheNew Edison "The Phonograph with a Soul" Stormes Drug Store HERE'S ANOTHER ONE ' A ! 4' The Angle Sanders Farm with Big Brick Residence ON BUCKEYE PIKE, AT i I ! ft 1 L. i I I m Saturday, June I. 5th, 1920 I I I I I l i m Watch next weeks issue of this paper for Details and Terms JAMES HAMILTON i s ) ! i Marthficld Is Interested Postmaster Hamilton U Diipoilng of Many Treaiury Savlni Ctrliti. calf i. Ai the I'oitmaiteri ami the public throughout the Eighth Kcilrral lic- r in The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 27, 920. I 1 Accounting Now Easy. Dudftl Mskeri Now Have Ideal Account Doolt. A Cracks at Creation. Some men never They only growl. speak In gruffly. Woman Every man believes few believe In him. hlmiclf. it rve DUtrlct are becoming familiar with the liberal tcrmi attached to the purchase of the United States Treasury Savings Certificates the sales increase. Webster County, In Mnrshfleld, Mo., down In the Southern part of the slate, C, C. Hamilton, the haa put in tome effective licks in disponing of the securities. On May Oth he tent his first order for a $100 Certificate. The next day he did better and sent In an order for a 11000 Certificate. Then Ave days later, on May 12th, he forwarded another order for three $100 Certificates, and announced that he had run out of application blanks, and figured that he could use another 25 before the end of the month. The pottmaitvrs are proving a tower of strength in helping the Treasury Department in getting these tccuri-tle- s In the hands of the people, juit whom It was designed by the Govern-meto benefit when the campaign was Inaugurated. poit-mattnt SQUARE Wo are now in our new Quarters at The Dickerson Store Room and will be glad to see all our customers and friends. Some men can make money. women can spend it. All don't let Give the devil his dues always, but him grab your. Some men live by their wit, while many live upon the wits of others. er The world owes every man n living, but by tome It is considered n had debt. We will have the LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE IN LANCASTER, where you can come and buy what you want, Not nil people arc endowed with brains. A few have only common office. seme. There is no expense to the group asking this service, except that it is Don't worry over the paising of expected that the speaker will be enthe soap box orator. We still have tertained while in the town where she the box. makes the address. It is quite unnecessary to remind the average pretty girl of her beauty. She knows it. The University of Mlnourl has niked us to announce through the Women's Thrift Section that speakers on the tubject of budget-makiwill be supplied and account-makin- g to women's clubs, or other groups making rcrmests, through the Agricultural Extension Service. This necessarily applies to clubs or groups of women within the State of Missouri. In counties, where there it a Home Demonstration Agent, write direct to her. Otherwise write to the Agricultural Extcniion Service, University of Misiouri, Columbia, or to this ng DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS, CARPETS, RUGS MEN'S UP TO DATE FURNISHINGS, including all the best styles and quality, at prices that mean a saving to you of at least 25 PER CENT. Our line of HARDWARE AND FARMERS SUPPLIES are priced right. A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. You can buy everything in one store and not have to go from store to store to do your shopping. H. C. L. talk and prices melt away like a snow ball in July if you trade at our big store. See our Ladies and Mens shoes. I There is one time when procrastination becomes a virtue in the payment of n grudge. Opportunity, they tny, knocks at every mnn's door, but some people wait for it to walk in. The good book admonishes us to tell the truth, but Its's n mighty dangerous thing to do at times. Some folks are continually eating brain food, but you would never sus. pect it unless they told you. Tobacco Outlook Bright Cantrill. Your Home Town First. lly Dr. Frank Crane Work for your home town. Ueautify It. Improve it. Make it attractive. The World War and the Treaty of Peace and the Protective Tariff and all such things are important subjects; but what's the good of cleaning up the world unless you sweep your doorstep? The city whose main street is dirty, sordid-lookincluttered, much. Such a city wants to be cleaned made a thing of beauty, to people will come miles to tee it The best advertisement of your business ii the Nsi n you live In. Towns get reputation, as well as men. Make your town talked of all over the State. It will thus draw people. And where the people come, there Is prosperity. It docs not take money. It takes something that Is scarcer. It takes cooperation. Get together. Organize for civic improvement. Develop the civic nerve. Hid your town of one ecsore after another. Clean up the vacant lots and plant them in garden. Make a cluttered yard a dligrace. Make public opinion too hot for those who will not help. It pays. It will promote law ami order. It will help in the education of your children. It will draw factories and other buiineis enterprises to your locality. Shiftlesincsi, untidiness, dirt and selfishness, ns shown in your streets and buildings, react upon your peog, uninvit-ing.suffers Impulse sometimes leads a person nstray, but it is better to net upon it than to hcsltntv until too Inte. We editors Juit naturally keep on preaching; economy, but apparently no one knows what we mean. Few people ever reach the goal of their ambition. There is always something higher that they want. Clothes often attract attention to a man, but it's the tcantincss of them that puts n woman in the spotlight. YOURS FOR BUSINESS, WASHINGTON That the report of the Census Iiureau on the amount of tobacco in the hands of dealers ami manufacturers, made public last week by the Department of Commerce under the provisions of the Cantrill Act, it, "in the main, encouraging to the growers of tobacco" was Mated here by Congrcstmnn J. Campbell Cantrill. Continuing, Mr. Cantrill rend: "The report shows that of all types of tobacco in the United States, there are today 37,000,000 pounds less in the hnnds of manufacturers than there was n year ago, and, almost without exception, the stocks of every dIlTcrTt type of tobacco arc reduced below what thej vicrc a year ngo. With special reference to the Hurley type of tobacco, there are 5,000,000 poundt less in the hands of the deal ers nnj manufacturers than there was April 1, 1919, and, to far as this particular type is enrtcerned, there is every reason for encouragement for n good price thit fall A. T. Peculiar Armenian Custom. might be de American divorce rrrascd by tlie Introduction of an old Armenian custom which forbids a srldo to speak to any man other than aer husband for seven years, lugesta i near Hast relief worker, writing from Crtvan, Armenia. World Outlook. I Scott coat and dee-grcvn & I I iK-eI Son Curb your Jcalouiy of the wisdom of the high school graduates. They will know less as they grow older. The eclipse of Cnrranza should not go without comment. Ilia whiskers are dctervng of at lenst n paragraph. If wc can't keep this town In the limelight in any other way, we might, as n Inst resort, tos n hat or two into the ring. It may seem paradoxical, but some men thrive upon vice and arc weakened by the vice upon which they thrive. An athletic friend wants to know what is the Ameficnn national sport. Wc have two of them politics and -- JtlCtPsfTfAU After you eat always tak FATONIC Instantly relieves HWtkwa, Gassy FVrng Stop food scuria. repeating, and ail itomach mUerlaa. 1 Snow Leopard Rare Animal. The snow leopard, the greatest prize i of big game hunters In India, Is rarely found below a height of 11,000 feet and Is even there extremely rore. It Is both wild and savage and the natives have, a superstitious fear of Its white eyes. Domestics of Brazil. In Ilraxll not 1 per cent of the mala and female servants will. It Is said, I In their master' house. They insist on leaving at the latest by seven J o'clock In tho evening and will not return before seven or eight o'clock In tho morning. tocisM TKHtr KATOOTCIatkabaatnatWr.Taaa wsnfallr Sata.sl ewe aJ vttttatfsrac. a ftaw - attvoadastaaaaiL. R. E. McROBERTS, muiw1 Lancastar, Ky. With Walt Mason. I profiteering. ple. Such things make your boys and girls grow up hating their home town. Make your home town a children's paradise, something their memory will lovingly turn back to. Look after your Amusements, your Parks, your Playgrounds, your Theater, and all your other means of communal enjoyment. Make your home town happy. 1 Yes Siree! We made this rette to meet your taste! ciga- It pas. Jr I Women ! Here Is a mcssngu to suffering women, from Mrs. W. T. Trice, of "I sufPublic Ky.: fered with painful...", tho writes. ' I got dovra with a weakness In ray tack nnd Hal...! felt helpless nnd discouraged .1 had about up hops of ever &lven well again, whta a friend insisted I priced a pair of shoes today; I asked the price and went away. The Some people indignnntly deny that dealer begged, in frenzied tones, that they are influenced by tupcrstltitlon.' r would hnnd him twenty bones, and They only believe in the efficacy of clothe my hoofs In shining kid, as the Ouljn board. did. other gorgeous spendthrifts Nay, nny" I said; "again, nay, nny! If you want to arouse the Ire of a graft today. I goitip, assume an attitude of indif- I'll fall for no such will not pamper my oil feet, and ference when she is relating the latest make them think they're cute and piece ef scandal. sweet. I reared them in a frugal A Y. M. C. A. director asserts that way, and I won't let them get too gay. inability to wiggle one's ears Is n sign If they wore shoes nt such a price of wcnkneis Then, presumably, he they'd soon be feeling too blamed is either a jackau or n weanling. nice, and they would look with high disdain on feet attired in leather plan. Then I went home and climb- ' e,t tliu ,tnir ,lial lcmls up to tli attic bare, where all the houiehold I link's been thrown, for years whose number CURES - not known. And there I found A In tint l is ll'4 oiifr mtm CAPES old shoes galore; a dozen pairs were d rrrr.ett villa iIUnboa. ckelars, ladlJtMioa aa4 on the lloor, all lying in a straggling ottiir ckkk 4iMMi. Uh d.ilf la heap, thrown there in times when rfcktt. rtfvtol Jims, tad M.a yevf 00, tl pt.l shoes were cheap. I had the cobbler Sn.ll Ult CO ,.! blf I br uut SI M Ai ilrvui.i.. sc fix the soles and tew a few unsightly tW IIPI ti SIKC. our so a Cmae cc Ooi-- udhc. sj, holes, ami now I've shoes enough, I wot, to last me till at last I'm shot. HASELDEN 11ROS. You the moral 7ery well; One way to beat the II. C. L. UBC 11100 Mother Goose On Broadway. . Take CAMELS hnve mellow- - 1 I li CARDUI Tin Woman's Tonic marked I began Cardal. In short whllo I ww grew stronger right long, and It cured me. 1 am stouter than I have been la years." If you suffer, you can I dlffercnco... mildness and (i flavor as refreshing as it is new. Camels quality and Ctunels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos win you on merits. Camels blend never tires, your taste. And, Camels leave no unpleasant cigafctty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigarctty odor! Little Mus Mutfet, oroie from her tullet, down Anil startod When the got to the come r, she met Jack Horner, And they went to n cabaret, Old King Cole plnyt.l the base viol, With the help of his fiddlers three, Uo lilu Jagged on the slide tromv VSsS&JSgst1 " What Camels qudity and expert blend can mean to your satisfaction you should find out at once! It will prove our say-s- o when you compare Camels with any cigarette bone, And they played in the key of G, Jack and Jill were on the bill, Their tumbling act was good. A t:ng about Crnndma was then put cn, by .Miss Hed Hiding Hood, Hazelwoodl Sanatorium For te Treatment of TuiercJo; k .AMOi.-'ixife- druggist. bo well. Thousands of wo Ben giro Cardul tba credit for their aood health. It should help you. Try Cardul. At all deans appreciate what strong to It and K-7- S in the world at any price! Cam ara U rvrjtrtor M.Mr mM 3COS'll uttntlf: t f a2fM. IV ttnntlf immml flu mIm lor IS -n lln-fffrr- 30 rj mtftr tt wtoa -- M R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. ViWoo-SaUm- , KC lirl fern r uOum Little Annie Nettlcote shimmied in her petticoat, And llanced around on her toes. A Jugging stunt by Nimble Jack, Then brought the show to a close. Mutfet and Horner stepped to the cor- - J ner, ' And hailed n gasoline gig, Jack borrowed a dollar from the t Ten O'clock Scholar. Then home again, Jiggity jig. , MimumcJ l Anu-Tubc- le Loulitilte t ct SUie sdeqvite ; i C.'loiiS 111 'I :l ..,TS it Aw ihtM ml. lUtts ; 15.i 3 r r ek, Including bond, r.c'ii-- 1 attention, humify, cu. Ill.-- grouad com. Delight-fu- l minJlngc'cnKiMl-!-- . Mid.m iiWhiii tuifoundiar. fptialiauilor ' wtMir, ! .fcl. ii UU St The Central Record, Lancastet . Ky.. Thursday May 27, 1 920 CLOTHES Ibat LAST Mill1 X jjB9 Coprrrlit 1920 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 fF 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. JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. lUtt Schiffntt & Msm LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CoDYtitht I:0 lUrt 5thfl6i & Mm Itro. Holder filled his regular apMr. and Mrs. Cal Hughlelte, Mr. Auglin, Helen Hoylc, Iieulah West, WOLF TRAIL. Kettle Hester, Mesjrs Lewis Arnold, pointment at Fairvlew church Sunnnd Mrs. Ed Hughlette of llryants-villwere guests of their parents. Quentin Treadway Andrew Guyn, Joe day nnd Sunday night, and cave some Mrs. Mose Hay tin been on the sick Mm. J. S. Terry of Richmond Is interesting sermons. Mr. and Mrs. William Hurt Sunday. Todd, and Luther Cates. lilt. visiting friends. here Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Carter and Mrs. Abe llurton was a visitor In of Missouri, Rev. Mr. Mechan Mr. R. W. Estridtre was In Lexinge STONY POINT. children. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Madison Saturday night. Sunday. preached nt Mt. Tabor last ton Friday and Saturday. and children, were visitors on Miss Tinelue Gilliam is with home The member of the Girls Club This is Mr. Median's first visit here Mrs. John Colson whs In Richmond Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. 7.. Trice. he left this pastorate 23 years folks this week called on Miss Grade Ambrose Friday since Monday. ago. evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. Davis entertained POINT LEAVE LL. Miss llcnnlc Metcalf and mother, a number of relatives Sunday. Mrs. Millard Ledford and children Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Estrhlge and In Richmond, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. It. H. baby. Mr. and Mrs. D. A.' Hervey Mrs. R. Z. Price were Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis enterMiss Mary 1111 has returned home. Monday shopping. Ledford. nnd baby,, Mr. anil Mrs. E. I.. Woods, tained some relatives and friends on Miss Kdna Mitchell spent Satur- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Hearn nnd Mr, Mr. Willie Rogers has returned Dr. H. J. Patrick, mother, wife nnd day afternoon In I'alnt Lick. from Georgia where he spent about children nil were guests of Mr. nnd Bernard O'Hearn were guests Sunday Mr. Jbhn pailcy delivered a bunch Mrs. R. G. Woods near Kirksville on of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Barr. Mr. Murrell Mammons spent Satur- of hogs to V. A. Lear Friday a week visiting. for $16. Mr. and Mrs. John Colson were the day night with Mr. Oscar Fishrr. Mrs. A. T. Bowling has returned Sunday. per hundred. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. from London and East Uernstadt Mr. Charlie Smith spent Saturday The Eighth grade commencement Mrs Jasper Matthews spent the day Jack Hester, of Manse, Sunday. visited her daughters. where she night with Mr. Robert and Burl Ham-mac- Sunday with at the School Auditorium was very parents, Mr and Mrs The little son of Mrs. James LedMrs. Elolse Guyn and handsome much enjoyed. There were 14 In Harve McCulley. visiting Mr. and the class who took the County exam- ford is improving very fait after a little son ore here Messrs Murrell Kammons and OsMr. nnd Mrs. Preston of Poor friends. ination. All passed. Mr. Long de- slight operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Robert Guyn car Fisher spent Sunday afternoon in Hidge spent the week end with Mr. who Miss Bennle Metcalf has returned Crab Orchard. those Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ledford and livered the certificates, and Mrs. Homer Hay. baby were In Pineville last week passed were Misses Ivn Ledford, Jes- home after a delightful visit with her Miss Stella McQuerry spent SaturMae llammack, Lcttle Jennings, sister, Mrs. Walker Burdctte of Lan Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley and where Mr. Ledford went to consult a sie day night and Sunday with her cousin little daughter May. spent the week Linda Jennings, Emma Hall, Lina caster. specialist. Mrs. Conn Tudor. end with Mr. and Mrs, llarvc Teater. lAINTLICK e, DO Bur-dett- YOU WANT EGCS NEXT WSNTER? Th bil way Is to rail, your own producers. My SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN HENS ar. ready to fumUK you with factory units that will pay big profits If prop.rly d.v.lop.d. ' for $5.00. Uox IMc IU for M.OO, 100 C EKLE 173. FARRA, Lancaster, Ky. k. hr For Up-To-Da- te and-othe- r Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, 106 ACRES SPLENDID LAND SUBDIVIDED INTO 2 TO 50 ACRE TRACTS i The H. G. King Farm recently owned by Boyd Broaddus on the Lexington and Buena Vista Pike, 2 miles from Bryantsville, Messrs Leonard Hammons and OsMr. Orear Whittaker and Miss Sin-ni- e car Fisher attended the speaking at Lee Cummins spent the week end Lancaster Thursday night. with Miss Jessie II. Hsy and Mr. ElMUs Sarah Uammuck has Teturned mer Hay. home from visiting her cousin, Miss Miss Thelma Simpson, Messrs Tom Jessie Mae llammack. Price and Harrison Hay were the Miss Liixic llammack spent Thurs- pleasant guests of Miss Jessie II. Hay day night with her cousin. Miss Jessie Wednesday night. Mae llammack at I'aint Lick. Miss Myrtle Teater, Mesir Hobart Misses Edna Mitchell. May Ham- Simpson and Henry I'. Sebastian mons and Lizzie llammack spent Sun- were entertained Saturday night and day afternoon with Mines Ethel and Sunday night by MUs Ilcrt Dailey. Jlary Hammons. Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey and Miss Mary llammoni has returned daughters, Misses Lillian, Stella and home from Uarbouravllle where she (Catherine, and Mr, Clelland Dailey has been visiting her brother, Mr. were visitor Sunday of Mr, nnd Mrs. Asble Hendren of near Nicholasville. Chester Hammons. Repairing, Painting and all triads of Tin Work SEE OR PHONE PMilliams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work AT AUCTION AUCTION THURSDAY, JUNE 10th, 1920 AT "10:30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. The improvements consist of a good 5 room house and one 12 acre tobacco barn. This is a farm that will bear the closest inspection, all lying exceedingly well, with long frontage on both pikes, and is a splendid it tobacco and corn farm, well watered and in a high state of cultivation. This will be an absolute sale for the high dollar. You say what it is worth, we simply suggest the terms, which will be easy. Valuable pre ents given away. Be on hand promptly on the above date at 10:30 A. MM or you may miss a bargain. For further information see G. C. Walker, Lancaster, Ky. Sale Now On. The balance of the Coy Sanders Stock of General chandise will be sold to the highest bidders, Mer- Your Price Will Be Ours AT 2:30 AND 7:30 P.M. every day until the balance of this stock is closed out. Everything goes nothing reserved. We positively are going out of business. NOW is surely YOUR chance to buy good seasonable merchandise at your own price. i O. O. T. Wallace, General Manager. T. Wallace & Co Lexington, Ky. t SANDfeRS VARIETY &T0R&. Lancaster, Ky. E. R. SHEFFIELD, Auctioneer i t INVEST YOUR MONEY IN REAL ESTATE. Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 27, 1920. BOY SCOUT SPONSOR FOR Eight Pages r t THIRTY FIRST YIAR HUMIIR II. THE BEST 1 CULTIVATOR on WEEK COMING Get Out Of Doors With The Boys. THRIFT BILL. Dj the market today. At n part of Its Tenth Birthday celebration the Hoy bcout of Atner ill ii a will observe the week commenc jj ing Memorial Day, May 30th, and ending June Cth, nntlonnlly ai Hoy Scout Week. This will be a charac- tcrUtically outdoor celebration anil a program of outdoor activities will be carried out In the 17,000 and more communities where icout troops arc in operation. Laugh in Has Long Been Interested in Measure Kentucky Adopts. 1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Coupe with nn electric and lighting system is one of the most popular members of the Ford Family It is a permanently enclosed car, with sliding plate glass windows an open car with plenty of shade. Then in inclement weather, enclosed and cozy, and Just the car for traveling salesmen, physicians, architects, contractors, builders, and a regular family car for two. Demountable rims with tires all around. To women it brings the convenience and comforts of the electric with the durability andeconomyof the Ford car. Early orders will avoid long delays in delivery. self-starti- Dr. S. O. Laughlin, Augusta, Ky who fathered the bill requiring the teaching of Thrift In tho Kentucky schools is a pioneer in advocating the teaching of this subject in the public schools. Even before tho government espoused the cause Dr. Laughlin had started it by having Thrift taught in the public schools of Augusta, where he was a member of tho school board. When he wns elected to the legislature, among his first acts was ono introducing the Thrift Hill. In advocating the passage of the bill. Dr. gave an example of what such a law would do for the Children by showing what had been done In the public schools of Augusta. He closed his argument by the statement that it would be the means of making many prosperous and tax-payi- dust-pro- It would be Impossible to eitl of rain-proo- f. mate the tremendous impctui which the Hoy Scout Movement has given to outdoor life and outdoor activities During the nmong American boys. ten yean of existence in this coun try it has led tvns of thousands of lads away from city streets and set them hiking, camping, following woodland trails, learning to know the trees and stars and birds by name, to find their way by night or day with or without a compass, to choose the best kind of camp site, to set up camp In the right way, to signal messages by semaphore from tower to tower or by heliograph from hill to hill, to build camp fires an J cook their own meals over them. They learn to think quickly, to ob serve accurately, to look out for themselves and other In ordinary oc casions and In special emergencies. They arc "prepared" in every sense, prepared to enjoy life to the utmost, to be clean, vigorous, healthy, freth air animals. Probably more boys have spent more days and nights in the open air in the past ten years than in all the past history of this country since pioneer days, a fact very largely due to scout influence and training. The activities of Hoy Scout Week will include outdoor rallies, over night hikes, barbecues, demonstra tion camps and competitions in out door Scouting features. Sunday, May 30th, the opening day of the celebration wjll include speci al service in churches of all denomi nations. Scouts participating. Pro grams of Scouting activities will be carried out during the week, Fri. day, June 4th, will be observed as Hike and camp Day and Saturday, June Cth, will be National Scout Field Day, with competitions in tent pitching, lire building, wall scaling, signalling, tower and bridge building and demonstrations of first aid and life saving. The gTcat objective of Boy Scout Week wil he to give the scouts them selves a good time and to rouse the interest of the public in outdoor life and Scouting. The more people who can be induced to get out in the open with the Hoy Scouts the better outlook for America. We started out a race of sturdy pioneers, let us follow the Hoy Scouts back to the trail. ch Haselden Bros Garage. We are not interested in any cars, except the Ford. citizens. A senator who voted on the bill aroso to explain his vote and said: "Gentlemen, I want to say that the Thrift Hill is tho most important and best lull we have voted on this ses lion." NEVER SAW ANYTHING BETTER For colds that "hang on" and for lingering coughs that follow the 'flu,' there is one safe family cough medicine sold from the Atlantic to the H. Griffith, Box Pacific. Mrs. A. 154, Andrews, Ind., writes: "Last winter my family all had the 'flu.' I tried Foley's Honey and Tnr and never saw anything better. From now on I will not bo without it in the house." Don't let children suffer from croup or whooping cough when this reliable remedy can be so easily procured. It. E. Mc- Roberts, Druggist. I It is to your interest to see f us before buying li in PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, JUST RECEIVED $15,000 Sale WHITE In One Day. St. Loui, Employe of Motor Truck Company Strong For Treasury Sarinft Crt!ficati. The big industrial establishments in St- - Louis are taking mighty kindly to the plan of buying United Stat es Treasury Savings Certificates on the Installment plan. One day last week the employes of the Traffic Motor Truck Corpor- FLOUR Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE President, C. L. ZANONE Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. C. BURCHETT Miller. Ex-Servl- ce BEAUTY Is Reflected Health. "Good-Looking- " Means it the Oppo- - Men, Join the Americau Legion of Sick-Lookin- g of this Poit. ITS A MATTER OF RED DLOOD CELLS. PcptO'Mangan Blood Makes Rich, Red Builds Up PaopU Who Lack Viuliir. sound and your If your body Is Plumbing and Tin Work I am installing: WILLIAMSON FURNACES, sold by Goodloe and Walker Bros, and will be glad to make estimates for heating your home, also all kinds of outTin Work, Roofing and Bath-Roofits. Orders left at Goodloe and Walker Bros, store will have prompt attention. m blood Is rich and red, your acts and thoughts will be quick ana strong. Let your blood get weak, and your food won't nourish nor your sleep ation, r200 North Second street, bought these Government securities to the extent of 5 10,000. The plant was visited by J. II. Sowerby and John II. Anderson, of the Savings Division of the St. Louis Organiza tion, who addressed the men. The sales were all for the $100 Certificate, and $2 per week will be reserved by tho company from the salary of each worker and this will be applied to the payment of the cer tificate until it is fully paid, when it will be turned over to the sub scriber. The men were shown that the cer tificates would mnture in live years and that the investment if held un til maturity would yield 4,27 per cent, that they are registered and nre to all intents and purposes In all the large cities in the Eighth Federal Reserve District the install-meplan Is proving exceedingly popular, mid in many of the smaller cities many of the securities nre being sold on the same plan. e. nt BEAVERBOARD Bastin Lumber Co. GLEN LILY FLOUR refresh you. Too much hard work, an illness, or a mental strain can thin down your Chicago, Reports of price cuttinc blood, and Pepto-Mangis needed to bring it back to healthy, normal in wearing apparel and miscellaneous merchandise continued to be receivcondition. an Price Cutting Goes Merrily On. Phone 254. c.d. McCarthy Join The American Legion. IIIIIUI1IMUMIIIMM Knowing this, doctors for years ed from various parts of the country. have recommended Gude's Pcpto- - Department store from New England to the Pacific Coast cities and Mangan because of Its (the Mexican border, announced re- and tonic properties. n is such n simple and ductiont ranging from 20 to 60 per harmless tonic, yet such a prompt cent, ine price in inoes in some while a builder of red blood, that Its reputa- quarters was cut establishment In Omation has spread all over the country. ready-to-wey every druggist sells it and ha offered its stocks from 30 to 60 thousands of men and women use It per cent below market price. as a restorative whenever they or their children seem to feet below par. n agrees with the most delicate stomach, and Is obtainable in either liquid or tablet form. Be sure the name "Gude's" is on the package when you buy Ask the druggist for "Gude's". If "GudeV U not on the packege, it Is not (Advertisement) STORMES DRUG STORE. blood-building s Pcpto-Mangaone-fiftar To-daPepto-MangaPcpto-MangaPepto-Manga- BECAUSE it is made from good clean Is Best Wheat, No Artificial Bleaching or Blending just the plain wheat flavor, and IT REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING. We have a full line of Seasonable Feeds for the Horse, Mule, Cow, Hogs and Poultry. ate Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 27,1920 ) C...... ARDS. I... WWPV sj A AAAAA-Jk- FARM ANIMALS POINTERS FOR BEEF GROWERS essii tlsrsalssseaesr SkaaA M. S. Ridiculous Importance. hope for anything like contentment so long as you continue to attach that rldlcnlom degree of Importance to the eents of this life, xplc nre Inclined to which so ninny do. Arthur Helps. Voti cannot THORNHILL WflLOONS n wRon o wnojl What Olrthmarks Indicate. Aemrdlns to n Trench scientist, birthmarks its fnmllle not now ol On, Method of Bringing Down Prices good soclnl Mltlnn Indicate that thej DENTIST or Meat it improvement in t nre of knightly descent, the mnrki beOffice over The Crrrd Dank. Type ef Animal. ing due to Hie fact that their pose Phones Office S. Residence 376. j sors' nncetnr worn nrnior. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, General Improvement In the JT Mil quality of I'cef nnlinnls tlit country over Is ono of the tmiin urged by the Daysman an Arbitrator. United Staffs Petmrtiucnt of Aerl A dnysnmn Is nn arbitrator, timplrt icultun for bringing down the high or Judge. The term l of Anglo-Saxo-n com meat to the consumer ni.d, origin used In the nortbere Exclusive i nt theofmine time, Increasing (he profit port ofmid l Mill to describe nn miof Knglnnd riclnt or arbitrator to whom Optometrist. of the producer Some of the mnul vn- tnntterJudge dispute l referred. Th s In origin of the term I ohcure. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. HATFIELD tint crows rspully have a cny condition, and wacon that tannot stand nbuiive wrar. Nature BUILD J.J.Byrne explain the value of the Thornhill way. lien litirriril sliitLs her work like man. Hut build one at TliornhilU are built of t ujr'i highland oak and hickory that grows slcwJy upon the mountain side that survives rly uf'cr a ceaseless battle with soil and clN hcn you lute a wagon almou wearproof. I he tough wood is endowed with !oubIe strength. s Let us show you the Thornhill wacons and w e cloc-j;taincd W. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Houri 8 to 12 and 1 J. ROMANS. LANCASTER. KY. to S p.m. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllre Over National Hank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phoned? LANCASTER' KY. Remedies for Cholera, TurklsTi iihrtHnnt hnve plenty of remedies for clinlent. i t unit n hrnrlnih An nmte In the worn nrnr the lieek nre nwh Mimmnl but tho bone of n dead child rnrrled In the pocket Is regarded us nearly as eft! carious. Old fashioned low-h- 1 r ii Tsn i. aVTesmfisria aT awr IsmsTssWrasl MiIM anissTea.si '.'in W wii. 1 i I esBSBSBSBSasa ssssssw 'bsbsbsbsbs ssii;rtfJM:i iwm j fti sm swtwssssiiassw a ea ssjjj sjj H. ,r J. PATRICK, Dentist. Koutuchy. lUc eyts are of two nnmely dentins and stationary. Tlie former l n rnrml effert fmm nnlurnl lmp.'rfetlons of the eye. mre i klnd. Si(s Two Causes of "Cys Spots." notlrial!r svr the i In The MstUwisry yptMs are a 'i'm of rumrni't. or otwrtty ef Un ene of dlcctttve IUtr-ttiH'--- s. i rvsi-lii- Wood Alcohol Always Injurious. nleehol xmy cum Mlmlness i nly whin titliiet as ii I'uwnigo , In but by nbirtthtn thiwMtli sentlnl Items In growing beef on the the ease nf the ue of sueh artlales VETERINARIAN. fnrm, eelnllsts f the department n hair tonics eentalnlng the poison. Call, Answered Prompt!' Dsy oi suy. nre: It amy also (hwhiv the imsse ufect Plenty of rmstitro nod feed. by way of iHHgs whvti lnlnilil from Mj! ' PI ;nm 317. The right kind of eown thoe thnt vanishes, etc. will produce good ralves regularly. LANCAbTE.' KENH'CKi A good, pure bred registered bull one thnt will sire cood calvcn per Milch Ceata In Ar.erlca. sistently. In the Six ihnuiirMl goats are A large calf crop. This mean thnt Amcrltun inllcli goat rctiry. Three . nil cows shall drop rnlves, and thnt bre,il nre rrCAftnlml. Tb Toggcn- the cnlvc t.hnll be properly en nil for burgs erc orlglnully ;inrteil from Fine Cut at birth. the nlley of Dial name In Switzerland. Proper core of the breeding hen! They nre dlstllignMu-- ly exact brown and the cnlve. and nhlto markings, eiTlnlly about M. Selection of good heifer calves to (be bond. Snnnen goatf, hall from the replace olil or Inferior cows. Samx-vntley. Sultterlnnd. nnd nre goats Prevention of disease among the pure white. The N. L. PREWITT breeding hri nnd the younger stock are a cross between the common Eng. Shelter sutttclt-n-t to protect the cat' lUh gont and the Nubians of Africa. tie from both sovero cold and cx- - They nro n spotted vnrlety nnd vary In tremely hot weather. color. A practical knowledge of fattening SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. cattle for mnrkrt. Paint Lick. Or. Printus Walker The Demand Tureoied Stock Steadily ncreaslng. ' -- r Is nt W.h tlre-kln- Honaker Flowers. Auctioneer ltttl John McRoberts. Angto-Nubln- n Lancaster, Ky., JOHN WHITE R. F. D. No. 3 LOUtSVILLC, KY. 4 CO. Liberal issortmeat m4 full value fer Marketing to ndrantnge. Thero Is n farmer' bulletin. No. 1073, on growing beef on the farm that mny be hod free on application to the Dlvl slon of Publication. United States Dt pnrtment of Agriculture. HOGGING DOWN RYE .FURS UNWISE Hlses ane) Seat Oklaa The undersigned hereby gue warn-'m- e to all persons not to trespass upon tur lands for any purpose whatever ts we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, R. L. Elkln, Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. tk Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, t Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. B. C. Rigsby. D. M. Anderson. R. L. Barker I B. L. Kelley. r m POSTED Practice Is Unprofitable, According to Pork Production Tests at the Ohio Station. Hogging down ryo Is an unprofitable practice, according to tests made In pork production at tho Ohio expert ment station. The tests show that It Is generally more protltablo to harvest tho grain nnd sell It as a cash cron or to feed tno grain to hogs after thrash ing rather than to nllow tho hogs to hnrvet the grain themselves. Specialists point out thnt the dally Increase per pig when hogging down rye Is generally less thnn half a pound and thnt the amount of grain required to produce 100 pounds of sain Is much higher than wb,cre the grain U fed directly to "the hogs. As a rule, about OH pounds of rye, hogged down, were required to produce 100 pounds of gain, wherens hogs fed on corn with anknpe nnd clover pajjro required butlwf poundiTof concentrate? to produce the same amount of gain. The unprofitableness of hogging down rye Is attributed to the fact that hogs are either unablo to secure rye In sufficient quantities or are Inclined to eat only slightly more than Is re- 307 Acres 1 OF MERGER COUNTY AT LAND "f'" . -- PUBLIC 1-- AUCTION J. C. Rigsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, As agent of Edward Clemmons, we will offer at Public Auction on Thompson and Tracy Growth. Married people should try to (ears how to crow towards each other. No human thing, marriage least of all, ran be allowed to grow untended. It takes pains and thought, as well as unselfishness, to grow good marriages. Woman's Magattne. quired for maintenance. 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 Hogging down corn pays. Mud wallows breed disease. Monday, June 7th, -O- are unsanitary and e There Is a tendency much roughage to horses. to feed , too Oats, especially for little pigs, should be ground and hulls sifted out. Soithern Optical Co. Iaeerporata Manufacturer! of Perfect-FittinSPECTACLES g The early lamb gets a larger supply of milk from the ewe than the late lamb does. e AND Water should bo kept In the lots all the time. Never forco hogs to drink from a stagnant pool. e 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 exceptabout One Hundred Acres in small grain and grass. of purchase price on date of sale, 23 3 per cent on TERMS ne-tenth March 1, 1921, without interest. The remainder to be paid in three equal payyears with six per cent interest from March 1, 1921, ments in one, two at which time possession will be given. payable 1-- and-thre- e semi-annual- ly e EYE CLASSES Judge a sow bjr the site and vitality of her litter, as well as by her conformity to tho breed type. I Krrptefcj Artafickl Ejm e e Iavlalfcle Bifocal Uh 4lh A Cheetaut IU, LOUIftVILLI, KY. Young pigs cannot learn to eat too soon. They should be encouraged to cat when as young ts three weeks o' . age. e A variety of crops are available foi ibog pasture, Including the alfalfa, rv3 'clover, rape, Canada Held peas mixed with osts and barley. Winter or halrj jjretca Is a valuable" croc. j ! Union Bank & LEXINGTON, Trust f, Go. AGENT, EDWARD CLEMMONS. KENTUCKY. i The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 27, 1920 3 Dodge Brothers BUSINESS GflR CLUB WORK PAYS BOYS WANTED WELL. Many The car is so light, so certain In Its performance and so free from necessity of repair, that the saving In delivery Is actual and real. 1 Rtpald California Members Loam for Purebred Animals Out of First Litter. KINNAIRD BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. Agricultural rltili boy In Kldorndo county, cnitf.. lonwved IMG In March 1018. fnmi local bank to start their t'lff rltili project. In August, 1010, nn Inventory showed tlint these lioja owned or had sold $Ti.82rt.2. worth o swttie. r.lslit dltn, exhibited hy the I.lilorniln boy M the Slnte fnlr brought nn average price of f5fl.TA They were from tin- - first litter out of tho orlglnn sows. Owing to tti blgh price of pork last jcar. (El cent of the 1010 en mllincnt In tho California agricultural cluli went Into either the now nml III lor or the pic feeding contents. Many cluh member In the .State paid Met price with horrowcil money for pure bred animal, and In most cam1 hnvt more thnn repalil the loans out of the tlrt Utter. sny tho United States de pnrtment of agriculture. Occasionally the purebred pic club In (.ullfnrnln hnvt found dlfllculty In securing adequntu price for thu it nek they raUe. To eliminate this trouble they have resorted to tho mean used hy other purebred breeds, and have urgnnlted auction nle. Two wer? held In the past year, one at I.emoore, King county, and one In Fresno county. At I.emooro .'IS nnlmnls brought n total of or nn average of about $72 ii head, which I about the Bushels of Hemp Seed HIGHEST MARKET PRICE Logan & Haggin, GEORGETOWN, KY. pt Or J. H. Turner. Nicholasville, Ky. aiallllllBBKL.H v5 aialllB sand mure cat woii'd bo a good lmet ment fur the amount of ilim.i.'e dune by rut must bo enormous. tal would he nU'ut 7r.UM a )inr. ay the Uindcti Mn't Hut. Judging by the number of int tme mi In the street of Pans before dawn, feeding from the refu bote, evrrnl thou- Cltjr Could Uie Mere Cats. estimated that il.err nre In I'nrts JIUO'I rnl. The nl ml." lilrli keep t inueiim I'lxl Hiee free of rut and mice, cost the Mate SI n lnul fitir fur upkeep, wi Mint If the private tut iiM nti eiju.il nn Him the to- Strptadders. To keep the stepladder from slip, pine on either a Mllhcd floor or on oilcloth, put piece of nilllelv plaster on the of the ladder. Ttit hnlili the. floor from It stendy and protect fi-- Cament-Coatrone-tent- h It I scratches. them up In n hot tumbling barrul with n comNund iimslstliig mainly of retln, from which trey Issue Ocean Is Norway's Highway. Norway' small numher of automo- with n thin, tough coating which great bile would be larger If It Sm.ti) ly Increasis their holding power The people were not stretched nut along friction of the drhen unit u th the aome2.0i'1 mile of sciicomt. Tho ocean wood tnelt thu cenietil and funis n Is the ordltnry highway between dif- slue, which mnke fust Hie Digest. ferent pnrts of the country ii.iil.-l.lt-erary Aprrotiinntely of tlm wire nail in a nti fact (inil are now cement coated, according In II. A. Knlsht. who writes on the subject In the Iron Ago (New York). The nnll.t are routed hy Hhnklng Nails. x& iararararararaaaW ' afl KfjJlhJJV ' araaaarJ WBm9t aranararaaaKv jtm is.iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Mil HBH W iB iwc Your Tire Bills "OU can oavc the price of from four to seven inner ttilicn this year. Put this money in your pocket hy fitting out with Lec Puncture-Proo-f Tires extra heavy, finely made tires, with the three patent a distinctive Lee feature, absolutely unpuncttirahlc yet pliant and "frictionless." road-proofed Layer view of LCE Cord f disc-layer- s, Puncture-Proo- i i Pigs Distributed to Club Member. market price for purebred anlmnU In In Fresno county 1) head California. brought of purebred Poland-Chintotal of f0Sl.C0, or on average price a of SttS.30. TREATING PIGS FOR WORMS Be Your tobacco will ripen from two to three weeks earlier when set with a Sanitary Cement Wallow 6houtd Provided and Oil or Dip Added to Kill Vermin. Your saving in tubes alone will bring down the cost of Lee Puncturc-Prooto about that of ordinary-tires- . fi Put Lee Puncture-Proof- s on your car. Know, in advance, exactly what your tire and tube hills will ho for thu next twelve months. In addition you savo time, temper and the noyance of changing tires on the road. -- an- Ilefnro starting spring pig on sum-aie- r feet), tho entlro lot should be trented for worm unless the owner I certain that tho premise arc clear. SiiDtonln or American worrosccd oil treatments nre good. Hog should hava a unitary cement or frutno wallow. Into tho water should be put snmo crude oil or a dip to destroy llco, kocp tho skin In good condition, nnd promote gain. A maslmwt use of pasture Is desirable. If prvtent pastures nre poor or Insutllclcnt they may ho supplemented with raH. A good runo pasture should carry '0 ptga to tho acre for tho sea sou, according to It. O. Ashhy of the Minnesota station. Wherever pig are given a full feed of grain tho should bo used to snvo labor. .Corn should feed rich In bo supplemented with self-feed- Bemis Planter SOLD BY W. J. Eomans We have Cutting Harrows at prices that will In terest you. See us before buying. protein. The hogs should hog-of- f enough corn lo finish them for tho market, unless they aru to he put behind cattle. DENMARK Tlila etilnmlfil hrorl nnildln lint'so will ninko tho scnsotl at my plnce, two miles from Lancaster, on the Buckeyo pike at SHEEP AS SOURCE OF PROFIT Lnpi ..HE 2--- Cord or Fabric Puncture Proof -- luM liH ISm Close-Qrailn- g Animal Will Thrive on Short Qrass and Rough Land-Wo- rthy of Trial. $12.00 To Insure A Living Colt. DENMARK is ono of the best bred horses of tho Den- strain tlmt hns ever stood in this county. Ho is 1G hands ninrk hiirh. solid bay, with fine mane and tnil, splendid action and one of the best saddle horses. At the same time and place I will stand my fine four year old eSuule .at Mile Bhccn would be n source of profit on uiany funjis where they hare pot e been ulven attentloli. They a'ro anlmnU aud as such will thrive on short grass and rough land where other animal would And It difWhy not get a fw ficult J live. sheep and give them a chauca on your fa nn t closi-sruilil- Jack, CALDWELL $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Tills well bred Jack Is by Sy Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by Dr. McCord and he by Gov. Wood 33. Caldwell's dam Is by Tom Kecne ho by Rube Blllintrton. This Jack is 15-- 2 hands high, black with white points, good EARLY PIGS REQUIRE GRAIN Tires are advancing every day but we are what we have on hand at the old price. Laicaster, Keitucky. sell- - Young Animals Cannot Be Expected to Qet Heavy Enough for Market From Cornfield. Tigs farrowed In lain April, May and Juno can be fed on tho same general plan but canuot be expected to get heavy enough to b marketed to tho beat advantage from the cornfield, but will require grain feeding op to lute December or January at least bone and body. A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. If mare Is traded or parted with tho money becomes die. Will try to prevent nil accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. CLARENCE BEAZLEY, Phone 325-Q.- bafurtt they will be heavy euoub. " R. F. D. Ne. 3. Lancaittr, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 27, 1920. Aberdeen-Angu- s Sale 42 Head 1920 WON-DERFUL. S, 42 Head Top Notcher Highly Bred Bulls, Cows and Heifers TO BE SOLD ON OUR NEW FARM, 2 MILES FROM DANVILLE, ON THE PERRYVILLE PIKE, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE PROPERTY OF A. D. AND WALKER BRADSHAW, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. You will find this an extraordinary offering of Angus Cattle. There will be very few offerings of Angus Cattle made this season that will equal this offering. They have the OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUALITY and their blood lines are MOST Only the most fashionable and the most valuable families are listed for this GREATEST ANGUS EVENT. BLACK CAPS, BLACKBIRDS, TROJAN, ERICA, PRIDES OF ABERDEEN, K. PRIDES AND QUEEN MOTH-ERLADY IDA, ETC. Every animal in this offering is absolutely guaranteed to be right. Only six bulls have been catalogued for this GREAT Everyone will stand the most rigid examination. Their individuality is most pleasing and their bloodlines are unoffering. herd bull. questionable. Each and every one has much to recommend him to the breeder who is looking for a most useful 15 to 18 months old. Fresh from first hands. There is scarcely a breeder in the land that would not Ages that are be proud of one of these HIGH CLASS bulls at the head of his herd. The 36 cows and heifers listed in this extraordinary event are what one would pronounce MOST EXTRAORDINARY. Most of the cows have calves at foot or close to calving, to the services of Black Cap Royalty which is closely related to the $45,000. grand champion Black Cap Bertram, the breed's greatest bull ever produced. The cows and heifers in this greatest of all Angus doings, for individuality, bloodlines, usefulness and superior value are unexcelled. They are teeming in the blood of the greatest sires the breed has ever produced. You will find the condition of these prospects among the cows, two year old You will find show-yar- d cows and heifers the most perfect for profitable yearlings and suckling calves. There has never been such an opportunity for the established breeder to make choice selections to strengthen his herd, and the beginner surely has the chance of Jn's life to get a way on the right foot in founding a new herd. Do not overlook the fact that you h ave breeders behind these cattle whose word is as good as a gold bond, and you can assure yourself a square deal. June 16th promises the greatest event ever taken place in Angus circles South of Dixie. By all means arrange to see this For more information and illustrated catalogue address, EXTRAORDINARY offering. TOP-NOTCHE- R 16th money-maker- s. BRADSHAW M. A. JUDV, Sale Mgr. Danville Is located on the BROTHERS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Vet Lebanon, Ind., Q. COL. JNO. It BRADSHAW, Decatur, 111., COL. A. V. CURD, Harrodtburg. COL. A. M. HOUHXK, Lancaster Kentucky Auctioneer. and C. from Cincinnati to Jacksonville, Fla., 30 mile. South of Lexington, alio on the Southern Railroad from Louisville. Oood train connection from all point. Miss Ncllo attended church at Buck- or Victory Note. On this Bond is eye Sunday morning to hear Rev. D. stated the conditions under which the borrowed the money Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey visited Mr. F. Sebastian preach his farewell ser- Government from you. Wm. Sutton, Wednesday afternoon. mon. For instance: If you hold n Bond Mr. and Mrs. Green Poynter and .Mis Stella N'aylor wai the Sunday daughter, Miss Mary, and Mr. Ran. of the Third Liberty Loan, it states viiitor of Misses Maud and Bulah dolph Poynter motored to Boyle Fri- that on April 15th and October 15th Ynter. day and visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank of each year until maturity, you will Mil-Io- n Mr. A. N. Merida visited Mrs. receive interest on the amount you Ward and Mrs. C. R. Henry ic Brown. paid for the Bond. Other iues Mr. and Mm. William Lane and litccntly. AND ALL OF THE bear other rates of interet and other daughters. Misses Fionnie Mr. James Yantis spent Sunday tle son and maturity dates, all of which are clearSavannah were Sunday vis- ly hi Danville with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mae and Mr. stated on the Bond. itors of and Mrs. Lee Pendleton Adams. Now, if you keep your Bond unof Buckeye. til the date when the Government Mesdames Jarne Yantis and Rob. Mr. nnd Mrs. and ert Ynter visited Mrs. William Scott, daughters Misie Tom Doolin and pays you In full for it, you do not HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC., NOW BELONGING TO F. M. WARE, AT Allie, Flora need to worry if, in the meantime, Wednesday. Cora, spent the day Sunday with Mr. the price Is low one day or high the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle ipe U and Mrs. Fred Snyder of the Coy next. Yon nnd Uncle Sam are liv last Sunday in Doyle, with Mr. and neighborhood. ing up to your agreement with each "Mrs. Joe Turner. Mr. and Mrs, L. G. Davidson and other, and neither will lose by it. Mrs. J. P. Foley spent Sun . Mr. and sont, Masters Robert Batson and On the other hand, If you sell your day with Mr. and Mr. Wm. FoliyJ enn Gordon, of Lancaster, spent Liberty Bond now. you will find that near urausnaw .nius. the week end with Mrs. Carrie David- the man you sell it to will not give' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yantis were the son and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton. you a dollar for every dollar you ON THE PREMISES guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mm. Tom Turner returned home paid for It. The price has been Embry of Lancaster. Monday night, from Grays, after brought down because so many pco-- j Mr. William Walker was a visitor spending the past 3 weeks there with pie are offering to sell their Bonds. I W'ednssdny afternoon of Mrs. L. L. her mother, Mrs. Amelia Higgins, who If the market is flooded with toma-- j .Matthews of the Pocr Ridge Road. has been quite ill, but is better at this toes, you can buy them cheap, but if everybody is clamoring for tomato.Mrs. Carrie Davidson returned time. AT 10:00 A. M RAIN OR SHINE. es and there arc few to be had, the home Thursday from Richmond after Friday was an ideal Tobacco setLocated on good pike, one mile from thriving little town of McKinney with it graded price goes up. The same is true of a visit to Mr and Mrs. Z. TV Rice. ting day here nnd several of our farmpeo- school, fine churches, bank, stores, mill, shipping point on Southern Railway and splendid citiiMl Allie Doolin was a visitor on ers that had plants large enough to Liberty Bonds. ple nre dumping them on the market, zenship. Thursday of Misses Anna Mae and set, were Messrs Bascom Pelphrey, The improvements consist of elegant 1 12 story residence of five rooms below and three Albert Hounshell, J. P. Foley Tom and wise ones nro buying them. Llda Droaddus on Richmond pike. above, three porches, good cellar, etc. Extra large stock bam, containing 50 stalls. Tobacco The best advice that can be given Mr. Clay Droaddut and son Reubjn Turner and Charlie Tuttle. to the owner of a Libety Bond is this: barn 96x60 and all necessary outbuildings; orchard; well watered; well at house, springs, etc. visited Mr- John Broaddua Friday Beautiful shade and approach to this choice home. All of this farm lies exceedingly well Hold the bond you bought during the and enjoyed riirt of the day fishing in war; it is as safe and sound as the and all of it good tobacco, corn, etc. land. All in grass except eight acres for tobacco and 25 Conn's por.d acres for corn this year; 20 acres in wheat; 15 acres in oats and all sown to grass with splendid United State Government itself. In Saturday at the Taylor Raney farm Buy a many more at the present stand; 35 acres in meadow and 12 acres in blue grass sod. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION : On account of Mr. Ware's health he will not be able to Master George Ynntls caught n fine low rate as you can alford. If you (By Associated Press) look after farming any longer. And he is game enough to take what it will bring. It will be Red Fox pup, which is attracting Washington, Member of the hold them to maturity, you nre bound an ABSOLUTE SALE FOR THE HIGH DOLLAR without reserve, by-bi- d much attention. or limit. The bridle Tobacco Merchants Association of to make the difference between what is off. YOU say what it is worth. We simply suggest the terms. There has been more stuff Ml Inez and .Margaret Ray the United States, in convention here, they sell at now and their face value. were tiie'ajtractlve visitor Wednes-da- y were assured recently by President You will also receive good interest 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. night of Misses Fionnie Mae and Eilienlohr of Philadelphia, that to- on your investment. The wise man looks at land and buys it before the other fellow realizes its value. We Savannah Lane, Hold on to your Liberty Bonds bacco and liquor would not be buried invite the closest inspection. Look it over carefully before sale day. The more you look the and buy more. Dor- in the grave. !r. Miley Beazley and sister, He said not the slight, more you will bid. othy Beazley, spent the day Saturday est use of tobacco would be prohibitIt is the right size farm, splendidly improved, in fine neighborhood, fine dirt. The per-son- al Matilda Collins and ed. The speaker protested ngalnst How Fool Reveals Character. with Mesdames property consists of one pair splendid work mules; two pairs splendid yearling mules; two A fool may b known hjr lx tti'npi: Wyiiam Kinder. increase in tobacco taxes, declaring it mares and mule colts as good an anybody's; one Peavine gelding, well broke; one Mr. and Mrs. John Yater and chil- would not brim; heavier returns, Ang'r, without iix'tcli; siHfch. with- good mule jack; one jennet and jennet colt; six good milk cows, all fresh; two yearling steers; out profit; charg), without procrrvs; dren, Mr, and Mrs. James Eason were because the consumption would de- Inquiry, without object; putting trust 15 nice ihoats, weight about 100 pounds; about 100 barrels picked corn in quantities to suit entertained Sunday at the home of crease as a result of increased pric- In a stronger, and mistaking foe for purchaser; some baled hay and straw; one John Deere binder, new; two mowing machines and es. He said that retail prices were friends. Arabian I'nm-rb- . Mr, and Mrs. Henry Yater. other farming tools tee numerous to mention; also lot of household and kitchen furniture. already 75 per cent higher than at Mr and Mr. Wm. Walker motored An ideal heme, close to scheel, churches, railroad, etc. You will be proud to call it your wn. If it rains on sale day the sale will be held in the immense barn. Remember the dav and to Buckeye Sunday for church and the outbreak of the war. To Clem Dirk Paint WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2nd, at 10 A? were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. nd be on hand promptly. To make shabby dark iwlnt look like hour Bond. Lige Forbes of McCrtary. new, mix muni parta of Unseed oil Dinner on the grounds. Terms exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. For Mr. Cecil Prather arrived home on The United Stales Government and vinegar together, then rub erenlj full particulars, see, write or phone cither F. M. Ware or R. S. Scudder at McKinney, Ky., or Tuesday from the Danville Hospital, borrowed money from you to finance orer the woodwork with a soft rag and polish Uutter. a Unseed and is getting along nicely (o the the war. You hold the Govern- Is not with soft ordinary If obtainable, salad oil gratification of hi many friends. ment's promise to pay you back. Is very good..but It should not be used Mr. and Mrs. Bascora Pelphrey and This promise is called a Liberty Bond for white paint. COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE ON THE BLOCK. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. GUY. THE NOTED DICK SCUDDER FARM OF 103 ACRES WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2nd, Live Stock and Farming Implements PUBLIC AUCTION t Short-sighte- d Protests Advance Tobacco Price. Your Liberty hughes & Mccarty. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 27, 1920 Public Sale of Land Wednesday, June 2, 1920 AND PERSONALTY, AT 10 A. M., ON We will sell the R. H. C. Mitchell Land Estate, Containing Eleven Hundred Acres r f 5 Which has been in the hands of the Mitchells something like one hundred years. Said land is located in Boyle County, lies on both ides of the Lebanon and Danville turnpike, eight miles from Danville. Part of it lying almost within the city limits of Mitchells-burThe Mitchell homeplace has about three hundred acres which has been divided into three tracts. One tract containing 135 acres. This tract has a nice two story frame dwelling and extra good repair with nice shade trees, and is one of the most beautiful locations in the county. Is an ideal country home, good stock barn, tobacco barn, and other necessary buildings. This is fine land and will grow tobacco, wheat, corn and all other crops. Tract number two, contains 76 acres, has tenant house and good pike frontage. Plenty of water and a nice building site. Tract number 3 contains 91 acres, has a good long pike frontage and plenty of grass sod. This farm contains twelve other tracts, with fine timber. The most of which has pike frontage. The said tracts contain 15 to 100 acres each, and will be sold in separate tracts to suit purchaser. The most of this land is virgin soil, there being lots of very fine timber on said land. Don't fail to look this land over b fore the sale. This property will be sold to settle up the estate, and will sell for the High Dollar without reserve or limit. TERMS ARE LIBERAL AND WILL bE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. g. old-blu- e ROBERT MITCHELL, Administrator. THIS SALE WILL BE CONDUCTED BY I. NATIONWIDE Outdoor Program REAL ESTATE AGENTS, DANVILLE, KY. Parties Desiring Other Information May Phone 529. iter Ilea. "We want to project the light of public attention on the Doy Scouts Plan- of America as a movement which has grown to be the largest of its ned By Boy Scouts. kind the world has ever known, a brotherhood of organized boyhood May 30th to Juno 6th To Bo Boy which builds solidly for the future, which prepares the young of today Scout Woak. for the responsibilities of citizenship tomorrow." Throughout the United States, the week of May 30th to June tHh will Hoy Scout Week, bj observed n with n pogram of outdoor activities participated In by the half u million Scouts and Scout Official who com pose the 17,000 local troop of the Hey Scouts of America. Life is n burden when the body The program of the week will be is racked with pain. Everything May 30th. In the opened Sunday. worries end the victim becomes churches of the county, talk being despondent or d downhearted. To made In churches of- - all denomi- bring back the sunshine take nation on the merit of Scouting in helping the boyhood of the COLD MEDAL ity. In many instances Hoy Scout will make four minute addresses an will otherwise participate In the Hammon each lost a cow last week, and Mr. Harry Stone had a mnrc to die while working her. Mr. Luther Peyton and wife and Mr. Geo. Cox nnd wife of Lancaster, Huth Montwere visitors of Mis gomery Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mr. Jns. Hamilton Jr. of Lancnster, Mr. and Mr. Eugene Clark and daughter, of Uoylc co., Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Montgomery and daughter of Lexington were guests of their parents Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Montgomery Sunday. A very suspicious man was in this locality Sunday, No one knew him nnd he refused to talk only to ask for something to cat. He wits found in Mr. Joe Hamm's barn Sunday night and after refusing to leave, the sheriff was called who came and took him to Lancaster. Mary, the twelve year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Soper had a close call, last Wednesday evening while at the supper table, lightning struck the house in three her, burning her cf H IU-- J tcr nvt places, striking Th national itc-rlback and arm. She was unconsci200 yrara; II ts sn ntmy cf fcll pains r J rlc scM ous for a wliile but soon recovered. lam .'..', If. bit. - AH logi;;;,. SADLER fcaarr "VJ Mj! tn unit Lb' -l in! ,4.1 Herbert Allen the six weeks old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Curt Sadler, MT. HEBRON died nt their home near Dryantsville Wednesday eveninc after about twenty-eDELAYED ight hours intense suffering. sick nt Mr. U. A. Duncan is very After services at the church by Itev, this writing. G. W, Thompson, Thursday afterMrs. Thomas Crank who has been noon tbe little one was lnld to rest very lick is recovering. in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Much Mrs. Auther Montgomery who has sympathy is extended the grief stricken parents. been very sick is Improving. Mr. M. - Montgomery bought a bunch of cattle recently nt $49 per head. Mr. and Mrs. Jos Clark ami chilNsmiy BACK dren were with Mr. and Mrs. It. L. I wIlHout qiM.ttcalf lknt'. Tracy Sunday. f tilt In th tffalmrot cf Kftraw, Klniwwro. Itch, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Edglngton and T.tlff, tmem dirou4,0 rtc, Oaa'l Mbtf Ucatmrau 'baby were the guests Sunday of Mr.i ItuM'.StlMlut reborn!I.LWd. hua. J drdj of lucb You ami Mrs. Olllc Lane. . our lata ml. MaIHm Craw. Mrs. Ltianordl, IUUAT Try ll .1mm iUk C., Rkl M . Kay lor nnd baby were with .nr. ana STORM ES DRUG STORE. Mrs. Ed Grow Saturday. Mr. Thomas Hicks sopVhis form BRADSHAW MILL. J. I. Hamilton and l(s's Jewel Prewitt who has been Jno Hicks, price unknown? Is at home. Mr. Denle Scott and son, Walter, In school at Derca Mrs. S. M. Asblll Is visiting her Nlcholaiville. were here Sunday of with Mr. Harrison Dean and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Floyd Snyder this week. E. F. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prewitt inter- Mesirs Wm. Omtott and Bradly M. DUNN & COMPANY VVWWIIVVII The handsomest nobleman in EngFaddists who don overalls have to be elated. They at least land is being sued for divorce. His reason wife says his beauty is only skin deep, have the appearance of working. and his "nobility" appears to be by When every man takes up the act of king and not of the Lord. study of political economy we will have more economy and less politics. f A woman writer indignantly denies At the present cost of sugar some that her sex bedecks themselves In of our dainty maidens should bring ' finery to attract men. Possibly ch a high price in the market of oscula-tor- y is right It may be for the sole pur-- ! pose of making other women jenloui. sweets. A N'ew York woman claims to receive telegraphic mcsingcs from her son, who has been dead for two 1 , BETTER DEAD tained levernl relatives to dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lonj: of spent Sunday with Mrs. Susan Broadu. Mrs. L. W. Warmoth and Mrs. S. N. Sanders spent Monday with Mrs. James Prewitt. Mr. and .Mrs. Owen Locker were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Prewitt and Mrs. Tilda Prewitt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder and son, Harlan nnd Mrs. S. M. Atbill spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Sanders. Tent-envil- lc years. Next I 1 pro-Kra- Scoutt to Promote Ovtrniiht HIUi Friday, June 4th, will be known as Overnight Hike Day, and it is expected at least two hunded thousand Uoy Scouts will spend the night in the woods, and in many communities plant have been mndo to invite fathers of Scouts on the Overnight Hikes. Nutlonal Scout Field Day Is plan- ned for Saturday, June Cth. with competition in tent pitching. Are building, wal( scaling, signalling, trek-cademonstrations, tower and bridge building and first aid and life saving work, Scout games, etc. Camp cookery with free samples of will be a feature miniture of the Field Day program. Demonstrations of all Scouting activities will be held during the week throughout the country in communities where scout troops exist in order to show the work done by the Scouts. This will include life savclean-uing, safety-An- t, and good health Campaign and various other nativities fo which the Uoy Scouts life noted, To SllmulsU EaUn.ion" Says Chief Scout Esscutiv "The outstanding purpose of Doy Scout Week is to stimulate interest in Scouting so as to reach a large .proportion of the Nation' boyhood," f aid James K. West, Chief Scout for which the Hoy Scouts rt flap-Jacp -- Vt f- l- ita ioiu. fc Summer is with us again and the small boy Is casting; around for avenues of amusement. Don't discourage him. Bather he should be encouraged, and that encouragement could well be in the line of athletic sports. There is no other form of amusement so calculated to develop both mind and body as athletics. They bring Into pluy every muscle, and are conductive to quick nnd accurate action of mind. Athletics are the sports of all sports, and they produce men among men. The king and queen of Belgium are becoming plebian in their habits. They travel from Brussels land by neroplaue. to Engconveys the An advertisement startling information that silk stockings are coming down. Shocking, shocking but where? Something of us. This to record the can president radically wrong, south morning's paper failed name of the new Mexifor the day. Fbi' Eva'gtliixig intfieHometkat needs refhdshing you'll find Pee Gee will give you splendid results you can do the work yourself and at small expense. Re-nu-lac Cracks at Creation. Don't try to cram a ninn's ledge In n man's head. know- During the war many city people cultivated their back yards to be patriotic or faddish. Now they are glad to do it as an aid to three cats a day. Of course we Americans have to admit that we are Just a little bad, but there's consolation in the thought Profiteering! Piffle! How can such that we learned our naughtiness from n thing be when "everybody's doing others. I- ECZEJIA&? l,. It Is interesting to note the reSome people wait until they are markable decrease in the number of done to a turn, and then turn over keyholes since the country went dry. to be done again. Or perhaps the eyesight of humanity is Improving. A secret remains a secret as long ns a woman can find some one in Every ton of scu water is said to whom to confide. contain one grain of gold. At this ratio the seas contain about ninety Prophets Insist that clothing and billion tons of the yellow metal. food are coming down. As fur as Help yourself. the clouds probably, Even Cupid is feeling the effects Life is sweet and it is good to be on earth, but not all on earth are of the high cost of living. His darts ore falling by the waysides, the armor either good or sweet. of household expenses being to hard In reading many of the pointed for them to penetrate. paragraphs of the day we And them There is a measure of commendaall these but the point. tion due the person who serenely Sure the world Is rafe for democ- hopes for the best, but there's a racy, but democracy appArs any- deal more coming to the one who goes out and rustles for it. thing but safe for itself. it" now? ... .!. fjr woodwork beautifully, reflnishes furniture, wlckerware, picture frames, lightinic fixtures. It freshens and renews tvery surUco It louches try it You'll b delighted with It. P Ga conui 21c ,np. to-ds- y It brightens Uin U from Mal In JO Natural Wood anJCnam.l Color. White, GoU ami !.lvrr. C- o- Inc. LoulollU, Ky. Aik For Color Cur J In all Pcsitcc-Giulbc- STORMES DRUG STORE The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 27, 1920. Tvj-f- f w-- - ST, ALBAN'S BELLS M Dy CLEANEH R. JOHNSON. Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years ami ten," lo look "Urea lar tbil ere coae cirer lb anj Uoughifotlr lire them orir. frequently t f.nj nraelf, t lTnlf-ondrilling bark e tjetrttr I a century, when 1 rureelf In the lilt! drac (lor I ewneJ I Bollrar, Ho., makiag an. I telling ft vegetable compound to nr friende ant entr et roetemerr what ii then Stetllttne for Slemftch, Unr Dr. fts4 hot CompLlnt. For BiearreerswMIe rrftlog nr formal 1 stetltol and Inreitlgated lb. lasalire and cathartic, rn tbetnarket aatl Deeame tonelaced that their main (anil wu not that they dll net act en lb bowelr, bat that their action ttii loo violent anj dreitle, and speet the ajiUtn el the oun waleawa do to tbo (act that they ware not thorough enosth la their action, eone elasly actio oa the upper crime!! while oUr wooU act on It on tha lower or lane Intettlnri, aad that they habit ftlmott Invariably produced aagatatod doeta. I believed thai ft preparation to produce tha boat aBect mail ant lone tha liter, than act ea tha etcraeta and entlra alimentary eraum. If thlawaa aceeaipiuhed, tha medicine weald erodare a mild, hat thorough elimination cf the weete without tha ataal elekanlag eenieUoni, and make tha ater leal better at once. tperimeotlac with hundred e cf After different compound, I atlaat perfected Ik formula that li bow known ft, Man', , whlca I truly believe goes farther I characteristic of T h tier folk, pee ellotlM twk rear erorelhr c, nan In Inlet-tlae- a, wre than "nr Uiellre en the loo.. . The tuouiaadt of letlara Ircm ueera bare cunrlncrd tne I waa light, and that Ihsueer cf liitwt'e Swrtt aa a family tuedlc.ne. even tboucrt he mar bare Bird It for tentytlre year, never baa lo Increaae U.4 doe. Ur InntlcJc cf roedlclno and the remit l of l. ui In ray lemllr end imcat ray frtrnda. before I eetr oBf rd It for ail, cio rod no to bate greel faltU la RaSar Buiff from tha vary Bret And now at t Cad mytelf nrerlag the at wheal rautt bow lo the Inevitable and g lo another life, tnr createit pleaaor lalj alt each dir and read the Utter thai each mall briars front people ft eld or elder than I, who tall of hating Bled Semeay for lea, flfteea and tweaty jeart, and their children and and hnn grandchildren bar benettUd by It-- It It a ecatslttg thought, car friend,, for a man at ray age to (eel that aald from hi own nexu, one baa done eomelhlag ui, reuow can. air grenieii eaiiireo-tlo- a, nr greatMt haprleeM today, 1 tha knowledge that tonight more than one Million people will take ft BaaeaaV IN R Tablet) and will be belter, healthier, happier people lit It. I bop too. will t una oi ihem. and t.or Mie, br itcClar New,papr Srndlcaie.1 Atuoiic the lunny cIIIia towns nnd vlllne-scattt'tvil over the world tliern Is not one which Owe. not hnvc sonic pnrtlculsr rlmrncti'rlMIc, inn cuatom which mnkes It npnrt from nil otlicre. It Is the little vllloco of St Alh.tn. sltuntiil nmoiiK tho tnnd. sloping hills of Now Knglnml, which will tNrhnps bring out this spirit most clearly, for ntxmt its ipialut custom the romance of Anne Urjcv ami John Camrron N s IU esi ! 'n WOVVII. ,, thr bn ir aks' A. H. LEWIS MCOICINC CO., e , m Capital G. B. S. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. t. Loma. Ma THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. $50,000. Book-keepe- Surplus i30,000. t- St. Athnns stamls n small church, nnd by Its doorway otio may rend n hronio laMet stntltig that In tStt tho church wna errrtiMl by n certain Chnrh's Ung-wortla memory of his son, who tiled for tlio Northern cnue In 1SC1. As the old seitoii comes up on his tour of work nnd In'pectlon he will tell you that whenever any festivity tnke pliire In tho vlllago It was the wish of the founder Hint tha bells In the tower I rung. Many tltnrs tho Mis had pealed brides hnd "ortli whlla whlte-clnsllpptl eluslvely nwny wllh their husbands, and It was on such nn occasion when tho minister's son had been mar-rte- d that Anno llryce and John Cnm-erowere sitting on a grassy ttnoll overlooking the village. Tho Klondike calls me tomorrow, Anne he said gently. Then looking townnl the Northwest, "What n land of promise! What shrill I not be able to do for you when 1 return I And then It will ho hut a year or so before t am back agnlnl" "But a year or so," Anno murmured. "But. perhaps tho next tlnio the hells of St. Albans ring It will bo for you nnd me. Anne." The sun was setting. They roso and walked slowly down Into tho village. The next morning John Cameron, de parted for the Klondike, nnd, ns the train slowly drew out from the station. Anno waved a good bye with her handkerchief, then quickly rubbing her ejes she went home to wait "for a year or so," On d n the stoK y&u Make it HE chief consideration In the creation of a cozy, artistic home Is the way you paint aad decorate It Let your home reflect your own taste by the 3sMHs - - i choice of correct and harmonious color effects. But whatever yoar needs, be sure to specify paints that have proven their worth, because reu palat to protect as well as to beautify. Ask For These Free Paint Books sad Hew t Falsi TOm" Contain many beautiful iUuetretioa) of Sttractivtly painted heme, enow) Boor plana, ajire epecificationt ajki telle how la eelect thai right colors. Have stood the test of time for mora than if ty years and will give you longest service at lowest cost. No EMttsr the serf see tswre U a tM Cm Pmh tr timet awy fsnnw, autmbsr ef.tkeaa yew csa easily aa4 osaicauy vh iwself. "Ths Modern Mnboel el Decor steff Thia beautifully illustrated book tnTe the lateet and beat Ideas on ilk decoration of interior swell sad ceUtng. It ahow number of rooms deelgaed by leading artists, iiring elect specificatiotie for ow talning karmoaloua color stfccta with Pes Ge FLATKOATT. "Ths Nostra MttBOe) el flsiakkc Wood" II you Intend lo build or reaaieti your home, thia illuetrsted booklet wiH be ol greet help lo you. Il contain 20 color plates of aniehed wooj pasetev euvl sjirs practical dries how to take car ol year Boors aaa) woodwork. rtlee-Ca!tT- McRoberts Lancaster, Drug Store A. R. DENNY, Prciidcnt J. E. STORM ES, Vlce-PrfiS. C. DENNY, Caihier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. J. R. HARRIS, IndivMunl r. HUGH MOBLEY, Gcncrnl r. Book-Keepe- WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebrond, Alex R. Denny, J. 11. Poiey, J. E. Stormea, C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Kentucky. Three years had passed, and Anne cottage seemed Bryce's pretty little to reflect tho very atmosphere of the July day. The front gate creaked, and looking man a tall, Bahl Foy Birds. Whin Women Rule. stalked up the path. Anne was sitting When a women pulls the ool over ' Many birds have the trick of turn-It ha Just about gut so In this on tbo plnzia shelling peas. eyes you csn hardly blamt bllng along on ths ground In front of trr that fsther would rather take Ids "Mornln. thought I'd como to talk Jim If he looks sheepish. Cartoons sportsmen In order to draw thrm wa . teeth to a dentist than a little lob of Uagaxlne. a little bit, do you mind, Anner from their nests. darning to Ids dsuchten Dallss News, "Ob, Joe, of course I don't mind. Sit good-nature- d coun-man's , e e e ieuieiu,a. ar. l Ca, tsa. W. 0. RIGNE Y- Funeral Office Director and Embalmer. 18. Plione Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, 1920. Kentucky. 1920. down." Joo stretched his long legs the length of tho steps, nte two or (tens and then ntked: "Heard anything from John! Wben's ho coming or Isn't ho coming at allr" Sho sighed. "I'm waiting, Joe. I haven't beard anything about him since bo left, except that one letter he wrote Just before he got to Alaskn; but I believe he Is safe, und I will nlways keep to my promise that I'd bo hero when he came homer "Umphl Anne, If ho doesn't come back pretty soon do you think you could over tools my wnyV "No, I'm sorry, Joe, but I wld I would wait, and the bells of St. Albans haven't rung since be went away. lie hoped they would ring for us when he returned, and I know they will." And she set tho dish of shelled peas down with a thud as If to emphasize throe-gree- "AUTO ZOMBRO" 2.02i a season in Garrard County. "Auto Zombro" obtained his record of 2.02 H at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Sept. 11, 101C. Sired by Zombro 2.11 he by McKinney 2.11 M. Dam Trixy by Conifer, ire is a red bay, 15 i hands high, sound, n pood breeder nnd n sure foal setter. Will make the present season The fastest stallion that ever made you may consider my proposal some And he sauntered oft time, Anne." her determination. Joo arose awkwardly. perhaps "Well, I must le at $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. lien will be retained 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 Pike, on the Rout Lane below the Fork Church. to A Will also stand a good Jack at $10.00 iniur. ROBERT R. FOX, Bryanttrille Phone. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. disappointed. "If I didn't hnvu nny more to do than to sit on folks' doorsteps nnd propose I declare I would" Anno exclaimed ns she hustled about In tho kitchen, nnd then stopped short and turned around for she saw a shadow fall across tho doorway. A very different sort of man stood beforo her now; pale, tired and hag gared looking, his face partly covered by a long board, while his hair was streaked wllh gray. For n moment Anno looked startled, then with a lit- tto cry sho fairly Hew to him. "Joint, I waited oh, so long, but you nro here now. It all seems too good to be true!" "Ves Anne, here I am. I haven't brought back what I hoped I could, goodness knows, but, In spite of that. erhaps" and as be lool- -' down Into lis of St. her face "Ws, surely Hi Albans will ring for us u ,iuy never have rung before I" A Fair Exchange. They met In front of tho News of. (Ice a young woman nnd n man of uncertain age. "Why nro you out so early?" he asked. "When I called up your house at nine o'clock (hey said that you were already downtown, nud LLHl gaBBBBBBBBaBSaaBBBBBBa KfftkBktJlKtkf PljBBBBBBBSBBTBBa BBBBaCVvrtaaaaW M Lm ' saPiltH BrjflgmHKaaBBBa 1 BbbbbbbbbbW WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR i and Become Independent 3 thcro wns a dress sale." began the young woman, "and I had to come downtown early to get a bargain. I got one. too a ?07 dress for $23." "Well, you've nothing on me," responded the man. "I bought a new suit myevdf this morning. Only the tables wit turned with tue I got a 123 suit fur SOT." Indianapolis News. Quail as a Souvenir. One of the queerest souvenirs of the war preserved from tlia French front Is a wounded quail which Lieut. John Itugen of Kreolund, I'a., picked up lu the Argonns forest snd took to America. Lieutenant Itugen nursed the quail hack to health snd It became grvst pet' with ths company. I" "Weil, y Diamond TIDCC i ueegee i re a a Wm. MARSEE, Lancaster, Ky in k,, The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. The Central Record, Lancnstoi , Ky.. Thursday May 27, 1 920 1 c : jjjjjjj l i 5 ON Saturday, May 29th, I will sell the WALKER AND A. D. BRADSHAW FARM, near McCreary in Garrard county, consisting of about 300 t S ACRES of as good land as there is in the United States. 111 v 4 4 t SANDSTONE: that means BURLEY, CORN, CLOVER. HOGS AND CATTLE. ready to bring a reward. Is this true? Go and See. This land has not been punished, but is THREE FARMS DIVIDED TO SUIT THE PURCHASER Si I a t : I i'F 2; All in a group known as the "Twice" 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 three splendid residences, five good tobacco barns, stock scales, Silo's and all necessary outbuildings. Lots of fruit, school house, 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 will 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 $400.00 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 ge tting by; look back twenty-fiv- e procession today. The small man will get to be a big man, when he raises "his sights"; the tenant will be a landlord. is not in the If vou would rather pay $400.00 rent on land per acre, and remain a tenant, go and do it. If you have any money to make your 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 self BEFORE SATURDAY MAY 29th. 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. i $10.00 IN GOLD WILL BE GIVEiN THE BEST LOOKING LADY ON THE GROUND UNDER 75 YEARS OLD. , ' JOHN R. BRADSHAW, Auctioned COME, COME, COME. 'vli'S,' w, JAMES I. HAMILTON, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 27, 1 920 Do Not Get Careless Imparities Invite Disease. You should pay particular heed to any Indication that your blood supply U becoming aluRRUn, or that there I a lessening In IU strong and vital force. By kceplnc your Hood purified, your system more caiily wards off disease that Is ever rroscnt, waiting to attack wherever there is nn openlnp. A fovr bottles of S. S. S., With Your Blood Supply the rrea vpRewoio uiwu cine, will revltaltte your blood and eive you new strenRth and a healthy, vigorous vitality. Every- Go eondlUon. system In to your drug store and get a botuo medtolay. and If you need any withical advice, you can obtain It out coit by writing to Medical Director. Swift Specific Co, 109 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. BIQ 2 Splendid Farms THE If. A. RAWL1NGS FARM & J. A. AT REDUCTION IN rrfl BAM FARM CHOLERA ICE CREAM tit., DecrtaM In Swine Lom of 72 Per Ctnt Noted In Six Counties In North Carolina. AUCTION SALE ON THE SAME DAY it.i I ? r ... TAKE A PINT OR QUART HOME br the Unit States Depart rasnt of Asrlctiltur.) An example of the benefit which may come to a community from the efforts of atato and federal agencies, coupled with tho (Prepared d I FOR DINNER Come to our Fountain for those Cooling Drinks. MoRoberts Drug Store original area. During October a survey was made of the counties comprising the district In question, and a Questionnaire was submitted to as many of the farmer Answers rv as could be reached. cMved and tabulated Indicate .that there has been n reduction In losses from cholera of over 72 per cent, and an tnerenso of ovor ICO per cent to swine production, duo to tho protection offered by the Immunisation of the animals. There lias alo been a hue cholera Is shown In n recent report of a veterinary Inspector of the bureau of animal Industry. Hog cholera control wnrlc was Inaugurated In six counties In tho northeastern section of North Carolina August 1, 1910. An (ntenslvo cnmpalpi was carried on for a period of H months. It Included Investigation of reported outbrenlis, demonstrations In the uo of scrum and virus, nnd the An the of promise. disinfection ervtcefi of practicing veterinarians were not available, u number of laymen were trained In tho administration of the scrum treatment for cholera. After that period of. Intensive nctlvltlc tho work was withdrawn to another section of the state, only jwn eml supervision belnjt Riven to the of farmers, for the control of Tuesday, June 8th, THE RAWLINGS FARM AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. THE BANDY FARM AT TWO O'CLOCK, P. M. THE RAWLINGS FARM Mi) Acres in Casey County, on Caney Creek, Gravel Switch nnd Rolling Fork Pike, 4 miles South of Gravel Sw itch. Everybody knows the productiveness of Rolling Fork land. Four room cottage, ! room tenant house, stock barn, tobacco barn, concrete milk house, all out building with each house .Young orchard of 50 trees. Straw berries and other small acres in tobacco, 18 acres in corn, balance grass and hardwood timfruits. ber. Well watered and fenced. d Will be sold without reserve, or limit. AN ABSOLUTE SALE. Remember the time, 10 o'clock. THE BANDY FARM 150 acres in Marion County near Aliceton, one quarter mile North of Danville and Lebanon Pike, between Broomfield and Gravel Switch. This is tobacco land, sandstone land ; gives the color and weight to tobacco. 7 room frame dwelling, good stock and tobacco barn combined, nil necessary Tobacco on this farm Inst year averaged ninety-tw- o cents. G acres in tobacco, 15 acres In corn, 10 acres for onts, 10 acres in meadow, balance in grass and timothy. Accessible to Perryville High School. BOTH OF THESE FARMS WILL BE SOLD ON EASY TERMS, AND FOR POSSESSION JANUARY 1, 1921. Now is the time to buy. You will pay more later. Land will continue to increase in value. The man who buys either of these farms is sure to sell at a profit before he has to pay for them. Remember Swinebrond is the only real estate mnn who universally advertises no and he ALWAYS SELLS just as advertised. Look over these farms before the sale. Remember the TIME and the DATE. The Rawlings Farm will be sold nt 10 O'CLOCK PROMPT. AFTER the Rawlings sale we will go to the Bandy Farm and sell the BANDY FARM AT TWO O'CLOCK. Both of these farms arc in good neighborhoods close to schools and churches, and will make any one a desirable home. They are money makers. Don't overlook these sales. SWINEBROAD ALWAYS OFFERS SOMETHING THE BUYERS WANT. For further particulars see the owners of the farms or W. E. .Moss or R. II. Dever, at Danville, or by-biout-buildin- by-bi- d, 1 Let us show you the improved OLIVER and JOHN DEERE CULTIVATORS, the two that e will do good work on land. We have them in both four and six shovel. hill-sid- SWINEBROAD. THE REAL ESTATE HAN, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Goodloe & Walker Bros. JOIN THE AMERICAN LEGION. 'HsBBaaaea Larjett While. Youthful Solomon. Uncivilised People Led. The large: pieles of whale Is probHearing till father grumbling about The Indian mind Is called Imitative ably tho or blue the high price of ami, a small boy rather than Initiative, but In tbe quite solemnly: "I wouldn't whale, which reaches a length of W of deslros It Is stated on authority that every known weave has buy any more of It If I were you, dad feet or more and approaches 70 tons In welsht. been first used by uncivilised people. tj- - we only burn It." sulphur-bottome- 97 ACRE Shoulder Injection for Hog Cholera. FARM marked Improvement In the type of this class of animals, due to tbe knowledge that It Is possible to raise mr and better hogs without danger of having them destroyed by cholera. BRONCHITIS Not Much Can IN FOR SALE On Buckeye Pike, one-hamile from town, good 4 room house and out buildings, good tobacco barn that will hold eight acres of tobacco. Barn new and covered with Galvanized tin. Cistern in barn. Double corn crib covered with Galvanized tin and lined with Rat Screening. Young Orchard. Land laya 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. lf LITTLE PIGS Treatment Done In Way of Damp, Cold Pent Are Cause of Trouble. Bronchitis most commonly occurs In young pigs. Matured hogs are seldom tmirfiled trlth It. If It nttacks vert young pigs It often proves fatal, but pigs two or threo months oiu win genmay be seriously Interfered with. The disease Is accompanied by a distressing cough, which usually dlHappears with thp advent of warm weather and outdoor exercise. Little can be done Dry pens In the way of treatment. free from drafts, nourishing feed and us much exercise as possible nre the principal points to bo observed. Damp, cold pens aru tho most common cause erally survive, though their growth The Supremacy or D. Fothergill, Phone R. P. LONG 387-Y, of this trouble. MORE HOGS ARE NEEDED NOW Every Farmer Must Put Forth Best Endeavors to Product Mora Perk This Season. If wo expect to continue to provide meat to foreign peoples as well as our own people, uvery farmer must put forth his best effort to produce more Iloga can bo kept profitably hogs. upon many farms where they are not found today. Farnxra who already produce hoga can produce more, for there Is not much chance of producing meat this year In excess of the requirements. FEED UVE STOCK LIIEBALLY of Stamina Mor? than u yenr's cbui: in and not u Haw seven Buckeye Ky. STAMINA! 5,452 miles in o wed. 32jJ 40 or 50 FARMS FOR SALE change a Farm 0 n miles per hour, elapsed time. Continuous day end night driving on country roads, rough nr.d frozen. This rcmrtrfcnlile record made by OveiLnd at Inuinapo'.is is just another proof of Overland Serviceability and the extraordinary riding qualities of Triplex Springs. The gasoline record at 32 Hi miles per hour was 20.24 milea per gallon' EXCHANGE. Farm Sell a Farm or Ex- If you want to Buy see Farmer Should W. T. KING It F. D. N. The Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. 1. LANCASTER, KY. Kits Make It a Rule More Animals Tha HI Can Feed Well. No ss Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. Make It a golden rule to keep bo mora stock on the farm than you hav enough feed to aupaJy liberally. Sell off the othsrs, eveo tfcotifti It aeeau a aocrlSee. for there I bo aacrUks frees equal to that wblefe stunted live at oak. 1' ALDRIDGE cVMARSEE com