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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 3, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920060301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 3, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Section One THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 3. 1920. DEMOCRATIC 28th. expressed himself Wednesday a confident that the person nominat ed for President nt that convention will be elected. "I iinvr an abkllng faith in the good Judgment of the American peo pie", he said. "They will not turn out of power a party that hns given them the greatest administration In hnlf a century." Mr. Krcmer, a former KcntucMan Is first vice chairman of the Nntionn Democratic Committee, and it is b; virtue of that fact that he Is to cnll the big Democratic gathering in San Francisco to order. Chalrmnn Sum mini: ha been ngreed on to serv as temporary chairman or the con ventien. While In I.ouivillc yesterday Mr. Kremer called on (Jen. W, II. Halde man, who, because of ill health, re signed recently as National Commit teemar. from Kentucky night, the memorial services unde the autmces of the Heidnl Snnford Pest of the American Legion drew good crowd and the house was prac tically filled. The services ns n whole wns very impressive and the pro gram rendered wns all that could be wished for. limy .Miner was the chairman o the meeting, introducing the speak ers In his own inimitable way. Miss Amy Dawes favored the audience with several selections of the violin each number bringing continued np plnuse by her masterly art upon this favorite instrument. The Caswell Saufley Post, of Stan ford was well represented, several from there Joining In the services with the local Post. Mr, Joe Itcy nolds making a short nnd appropriate 2nd, and continuing for five day, will many patrons be welcomed by it throughout the county, who have pat ronized it for the pnst five years and look forward each year to Its coming, with anticipated pleasure. Thoc in charge of tin tickets should now get down to brass tacks pledges the and see that all are takemup nnd not wait until the Inst week before the great event takes place. Enough pledges for 10 Pages THIUTT riRST YRAR NUMIIR 12. public (quart ami adjoining th Stormcs Drug Store, tbc Interior elegantly finished with mahogany the handsome fixture of the Mme expensive materials, a beautiful wind atalrway Iradtnir to the secon In Moor, the front show window, being especially arranged for displaying merchandise, absolutely the lateit de signs In ahow eases, of the most ex pensive patterni, the whole interior presenting every modern convenience and taken at n whole, ii undoubtedly one of the prettieit stores we have ever had the pleasure of seeing. Under the management of the junior member, Mr. Wesley Dicker aon, this firm hai come rapidly to the front and today stands among the leading dry good and Indies rrndy-twear stores in the ttate, The opening of their new quarter next Saturday, will attract many pei pie to their itore, where they will be given a cordial welcome and un invitation to Inspect their immense tine of ladiet, Mine arid children shoe notion, dry good, etc, all of which can be een on the fint door the lec ond floor being ued exclusively for o MEMORIAL CHAUTAUQUA DISCIPLES RAISE STATE EDITORS VICTORY SERVICES Tn rWn Horn Jnlv 9nrl Of J. E. Dickerson am' TO MEET IN JUNE. WU.UUU II" UKlVfc Foreseen By Kremei At Auditorium Son A Dream. last Sun and continue for Five Local Church Goes Covington Host At OPENING NEXT SATURDAY. Who Will U.n Lon.n rnluklan Over Quota. Night Brings Out Days. Convention Of tlon Hat Flth In PeopU's Vote Willi Die opening of the new horn Good Crowd. SPLENDID PROGRAM ASSURED. DRIVE WILL UE CONTINUED UN of J. K, Dlckcrion nml Son next Sot Kentucky Press J. llrucc Kremcr, Montana, whe u relay, Lancaster will have one of th TIL ALL CHURCHES HAVE wilt open the National Democratic The opening of the great Rcdpatn While the rain storm kept many prettiest stores In Central Kentucky Association. OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE Located on the West aide of th Convention in San Francisco, June frm the nuditorium last Sunday Chautauqua in Lancaster on July NEW HOME 3-D- PART. ANOTHER BIG SALE J. I. Hamilton Sells ladle ready-to-wea- equipped with all which is also cenven- modern Bradshaw Farm. Last Saturdny morning in abou two heurt time, Mr. Jumt I. liumil ton sold for Messrs Ilimlrhnu- - llro'.n rs, their farm containing nbout 3' ! acres, lying near Mct'reary. nt public auction for a total of nearly $1)0,000 it being sold in four tracts. The lint tract containing 7.1 acres was bought by James Snyder and Jew Sebastti for f 280 an acre; the second tract ol 30 acre went to John Pendleton ft r 275.00 an acre; the third tract of 90 acres going to John Dalley n A rocky point of 15 ncres 270.00. wns "knocked down" to J.m I'rather for $150.00 an acre. This i coniU red one of the best sa.es made Is the county this year. The farm is a plendid tobacco farm and the pur chasers will make money out of it. wo la re say. Messrs A. 1). and Walker Bradshaw have recently purchased a large faun in Iloyle county and have taken pojc enion of It, On this farm they will conduct their annual Aberdten-A- n gus Sate, of 42 head of as fine a spec imen of this breed' as was ever offer ed at a public sale. June 1 0th Is the date of this sale, the announcement ou can se in a half page advertise. ment in this issue of the Kccord. Head it and remember the date. which wns well received, Mrs. Ed C. ('nines made a splendid talk nml in eloquent words compll vented the boy of the Legion in their effort to establish a body of men composed of 100 per cent American ism. The principal nddrcs of the evening wns made by Hev. H. S. Hud son and held the attention of the crowd fur thirty minutes. It Mas address ience. COY Mr. W. II. Whlttakcr i lib Mr. Hobart Crow i improving. Mr. Jim Clouse, ipent part of lait week with her daughter, Mr. Iluford pent Mon day night with Milt Mattte Hculah Cobb. Mr. and Mrs. Slim Matthews pent Thursday with Mr. and Mr. O. J. Crow. MUs Sinnle Cummin i mnsieny sermon ana very appro priate for this tnetnoriul occasion. Members of the Legion occupied the center aisle of the nuditorium nnd ns they marched In were given a hearty applause. oenis on me stage had been ar ranged for the "old veterans" of for. mer wars whose ranks arc fast thin ning. Owing to the rain which fell n torrents at the time of the meet ing, only four were able to attend. They were Copt, T. A. Elkin, "Col.' ohn M. Farm Cnpt. William Hern don nnd "Col." A. T. Anderson. Hardin. Mr, end Mr, hud Dalley apent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Robert Whiltaker. Misses Irene and Cora Hardin pent Sunday with Mite Maud ami Ethyl Clouie, Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders apenk Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Too Much Money. Sometimes we wonder if it is good for the American pe?p.e to have to Mr. K. 11. Kay. Mits l'eachle Mae Sanders spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sander. Mr. and Mr. James Matthews and children pent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Ulll Matthews. Misses Christine and Olivia Pres-to- n Several ipent Sunday afternoon wth Mis Annie Mae Speakes. Being Mr and Mrs, Elbert Ilurdc;te spent Sunday night with Mr. and This Mr. Walker Burdette. Office. Mr. Everette Duncan and children the entire nudlence. Four artits of have been visiting her brother Mr. attanment compose this excellent Edgar Duncan and family. We are getting out this week for concert company, G. II. Swinebroad, the real estate Misses Sinnie Cummins and Mattic Judge Manford Schoonover. on the man, several thousand catalogues, Heulnh Cobb were the guests Tuesan second afternoon, will his great nouncing the various sales that he day night of Mis Agnes Simpson. lecture "Unseen Forces". Judge will conduct during the month of Mr. and Mrs. Jeptha Onstott and Schoonover is a man's man, who talks . June. It is one of the "niftiest" fobs children of Shelby City spent Sunday "straight from the shoulder." "Cjwe have ever put out and It will pay with her father, Mr. James LIttrcll. has fought his way up from obscurity anyone interested In a farm to write Mrs, Speed Sherrow and on Herto a place of trust In the. councils of Mr. Swinebroad for one of the cata bert of Mt. Hebron spent Saturday his state. He is "home folks," the logues. It also contains a number of night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. kind of a man you will enjoy meet farms that he has listed with him and Lewis Simpson. tenrs, but swaet memory of your country. ing at the close of the address. In that he will sell privately. Bull lings are threw r together in his loved one, wilt remain for many Mr, and Mrs. James Matthews and Inspiring lecture he portrays the Mr. Swinebroad is a great believer lipshod manner and Inferior mater great lesson of t, children and Mr. and Mr. Hill Matt- years. the call In printers Ink and spares neither ials are used, all for tho sake of cutof the still small voice of one's better time nor expense, In telling the peo hews and daughter were the guests ting expenses and increasing profi: self. Sunday of Mr. arid Mrs. L. L. MatthG. Cecil Wins. ple Just what he has to sell, what he to abnormal. ews. proposes to sell and what he "always In the manufacturing world It i The Court qf Appeals on Friday, Small Auction sells." rite for one or the catalog Mr. and Mrs. Silas Mathews and May 14th, decided In favor of James the mine. Quality i sacrificed for In next weeks issue an advertise ues, it will Interest you. family. Mr, and Mrs. Jasper Matth- 0. Cecil versus C, profits, or where quality docs prevail P. Cecil and C. C. ment will be run announcing the sale ews, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ilay, Mr, and e price become almost prohibitive. Hugby, executors of Granville Cecil, There will be no evening services of the old "J. N. Teater home place" Mrs. Len Cobb and daughter and Mr. course there are some excep- containing 41 acres Watch, reversing the decision of deceased, ui for the at e Christian Church next Sunday Elmer Kast were nil the pleasant vis- the lloyle Circuit Court at the Jan- tions to this rule, but the exceptions advertisement ns to date and liberal evening on account of the Union itors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis uary term over the possession of arc few and diiTicult to find. Ilaccalnureate services at the High terms. Simpson and family. The ease with which money has Melrose Farm nnd the accumulated It. T. O. Hill. School Auditorium nt that time. Crow. proceeds from the farm since the been accumulated during the pnt Tho uiual morning services and the The death angel visited the home death of Granville Cecil. James G. Ix years has produced this state of oung Peoples Meeting will be con Meeting of Mr and Mrs. Hobart Grow on Cecil, the owner, wns represented In auairs. u is not conducive to the ducted at the regular time. The The fourth and last Quarterly subject of May 23rd and this litigation by the honorable and future welfare of our country. Sunda.v afternoon, the morning sermon will uut we have faith in America and Meeting will be held at the Methodist be "A Seeming Autlcllmax." took from them their darling baby brilliant attorney, Col. Edward II. church next Sunday. Preaching at girl, Stella Mae. She was only four Oaither, of Hnrrodsburg, The al- in American people. We are In the temporary grip of a 11 o'clock by the Presiding Elder Hev. month old nnd sick only n short leged owners of Melrose Farm had while having died of pneumonia. six attorneys, Melrose Farm, under hysterical mania for tho rapid ac- J. P. Strother. The Sacramental Married at the Methodist parson The dear parents can be comforted tho management of James G, Cecil, cumulation of wealth, but we believe service will also be held in connection age. Monday, May 24th, Mr. Sherman with the morning service. for tho Lord has said "Blessed are has become tho most noted trotting that this mania will pas away In The Quarterly Conference will be Henry Gay and Miss Ida Locker. tht pure in heart for they shall see hors farm in the country. James G, time and permit a return to the sane Mae had Cecil had sold horse and is favorably and rational method which prevail- held at the conclusion of the preach Kev. F. D. Palmcter officiated. God". Dear little Stella At the same place Mr. Itobert been with them only a short while known all over the United States, ed prior to the outbreak of the wnr ing service. Every official member Tudor and Mis Callle Estes were b present at thl But it will require time and we'1 "1UMUl1 but tho was loved by all who knew Canada and Europt. There has married on Thunday May l7th, Rev. employ Infinite patience important meeting. htr. She leaves to mourn he r loss, never been a single horse registered Palmeter alio officiating. a father and mother, and the sym- except accurately a brtd nor has bringing it about. Is extended James G. Cecil ever owned any but pathy of the community 'Americans are too sensible to trav- LIME IN BARRELS. them in their sad hours. Htr dear horstt with authentic records ac- el far on the road that leads to des- Mary had a garden, HUDSON' AND FARKAU. little body was laid to rest In the cepted by tht American Trotting truction. Her heart was filled with wot: FOR SALE 1910 Model. jftftraster cemetery. May tht Lord Horse Register Atsocittion, of ChicEven the lure of unlimited gold She found a Bachelor' Button, Ford Sedan, in excellent condition. Phone lem and let them meet her in ago, III, the recognized authority in can not deprive them entirely of thtir Where th Black Eyed Susans Qro'.rld above. these Biatttrs. Kentucky Advocate. common sen. grow. or call this office. Lukt McLukt. 378-It Ttry good , v Ttry Mtttfactory nx much money. Of course the natural instinct of man is to accumulate m much mon ey a possible, and mccy I a decided necessity these days. Hut it is possible tb have too much f a good thing. The war has made America fabu lously rich, the envy of all nations. Men who In 1014 had nothing n)w are comfortably wed off. Others ho had a modest sun: six years s;o are "now rolling in wealth. The result? You iet it every diy. In the cities it is more apparent than In the country .owns. In the big cities no manufacturer will proOn Friday evening. May 28th 1920 duce, no middle man .vill distribute. tenth relieved the sufferings of little and no merchant will sell an article a reasonable proiit. All seem to Ollie D. Tudor, the ten months old son of Mr. and Mr. Thurman Tudor, want to get rich rjui:k Kmployces demand prohibitive Faint Lick. The little one had been ill some time and all that wiling ages, work about as they pleas;, hands and loving hearts could do, was nod in many cases oio becoming In vain. The parent and two little about as Inefficient as could be imbrothers have the sympathy of many agined. Instead of the employer b friends. May Heaven seem dearer ing the master of his .wn busine'K. than ever before with dear little Ollie his hired help practti.illy tells hir up there. He will be watching and where he get off. The war produced the profiteer. waiting for them, where cometh no trouble or care. God can heal the nd for the sake of city money he broken hearts, time will dry away the refuses to loosen hi jrrip upon the Tudor. IS FIFTY-FIRSSESSION. The local Christian' church has more than subscribed its quota to the Announcements of the fifty-firDisciples World Movement, the total annual meeting of tho amount raised thus far, being about Kentucky Pre Association in Cov$0,000, the quota nsked for was ington June 17, 18 nnd 10 have been $G.h00. mailed out by J, C. Alcock, secretary. Dr. Clifford Weaver will be In The State's newspaper men will chnrge of the Kentucky Division Dis convene Thursday afternoon in the ciples World Movement until the Library auditorium, Covington. The (1,200,000 quota for the yenr has first day's session will be devoted to tickets were easily secured last year been raised or until every Christian discussion of "The Editorial and and It only remains now for some church In Kentucky tins had an op News End", the second day to "The one to distribute them. These tickets portunlty of saying whether It deslr- - Business End," and the last day to are now at the Citizens .National es to have it s share in the move outside matters such as good roads, Hank. In charge of Mr. I G. David-- 1 ment. Dr. Weaver said the total schools and other problems of the son, and nnyonc knowing.that he has I pledged to date was in excess of day. subscribed for some of the tickets, I $250,000. A banquet Thursday night and a should call at once at this bank and I "We arc proud of the effort made Hnncr nt tha Cincinnati Zoo Friday get them. Season tickets are much by the Disciple churches which have night are among social features on cheaper, nan to uy them nt enen responded so nobly to the cnll for the programme. tertainment, they being $2.25, with Christian, service," said Dr. Joseph Owing to lack of hotel accommoda 26 cents additional for wnr taxes. W. Hagin, state director of the cam- - tions in Covington press headquar making n total of $2.50. paign, of Lexington. "It has been a ters will be In the Gibson Hotel. Cinsome rare entertainments arc lesson to us in unselfish devotion to cinnati. Following, in part is the booked for tho engagement here, the cause of the Master and to tho programme. among them being; great cause of education and mis Thursday afternoon, June 17. The lied Grenadiers Hand and slons of the Disciples Brotherhood Called to order at 1 p. m. Invoca Male Chorus, four splendid musical The fnct that many churches have tion Address of welcome. Res. companies, grent lectures on timely had other campaigns on their bands ponsc to nddress of welcome and topics these are notable attractions! nnd have not had the opportunity to president's annual address, D. F. For- which will nppear here on the 1920 make the campaign necessary to raise gey, Daily Independent, Ashland, Ky, Kcdpath Chautauqun. The entire I the quotas nssigncd to them has Appointment of committees. Report program is replete with features of I handicapped us and made necessary of accretarjMreasurcr, J. C. Alcock, compelling Interest and timelines, la continuance of the campaii;n. Dr. Daily Messenger, Danville, Ky. The Premier Singer and Players I Weaver is amply able to look after it. Editorial and news end: (a) "Edi Company will be the attraction on and opportunity will be given before torial," Harry A. Sommen, The the first afternoon. Four talented, it closes for every member of the News, Elizabethtown, Ky., (b) vivacious artists compose this com- - Christian church in Kentucky to give "News Values," Alan Rogers, Cinpany. They render programs of or pledge a sum of money for this cinnati, Ohio: "Headings and Styles" great variety, combining orchestral, I most worthy cause. James Ross, The Leader, Lexington, vocal and special novelty features.! "Surely the gifts of the churches Ky. General discussion. Every number is given with a bright-- 1 which have responded to our appeal Thursday evening, banquet by tho ness nnd sparkle which will make this is 'like treasure laid up in Heaven,' Codington Industrial Club. company long remembered In the for it will make possible the payment rrlday morning, June 18. Called community, A striking feature of the of living salaries to d to order at 9:30 a. m. The business programs will be the rendition of se- - teachers in our colleges and improve- - end: 1. Advertising: (a) "Local Ad- lections from the standard operas, ments which absolutely were neces- - ertising," W. L. Dawson, Oldham This is a feature which never fails tolsary. If these colleges were to main-plea- Era, Lagrange, Ky., (b) "Legal and I tain their standard of excellence in Foreign Advertising," D. B. Cozine. Chautauqua audiences. "The Man of the New Age" is the former years." Shelby New, Shelbyvilte Ky. GenDr. Weaver will have an office in eral discussion. Newsprint situation: lecture theme of Dr. George L. Par- ker who will speak here on the open- - the Central Christian church's cduca-in- g Address by Benjamin S. Herbert. Nanight of the Chautauqua. Dr. tional department at Lexington, from tional t, Chicago. Parker is a widely known inspiration- - which he will conduct the campaign Friday afternoon, "Called to order i lecturer wno always gives to his ior me remainder or the fund, which at 1 p. m. Job printing end: (a) hearers a message distinctly wor!h lit is hoped to raise withn the next "Selling From a Price List", C. A. He is a virtle, magnetic two months. while. Radford, Western Newspaper Union, peaker and one who holds his audi Cincinnati Ohio; (b) "Franklin Price ences both by the force of hit Ideas List", Jack Clawon. Salt Lake Cty, nd the magnetic quality of his ora Utah; (c) "The Price List from ths tory. Standpoint of a User", D. M. Hutton, Earl H. Hippie, "Wizard of the the Herald, Harrodsburg Ky. GenXyliphone," Is manager of the Hippie eral discussion. Concert Company, which will appear Friday evening dinner at the Zoo ere in a prelude on the second after as guests of the Cincinnati supp'y oon and a grand concert at night. houser. Principal speaker will bt The company's program is both class Claude Shafer, the artist-creatof ical and popular In character and is "Old Man Grump" In the Cincinnati o universal tn scope that it pleases Post, T st .1 1 hard-presse- se Printer-Journalis- CATALOG OF FARM SALES Thousand For Swmebroad Printed At Satutuay morning, June 19th. dti. cussiom pf outside intere:ts; reports of committees; annual election of officers, adjournment. More Work Than Pay. Congress should come to the relief of the postmasters and the postal employees of the country. The pay is so small and the cost of living Is to high that experienced men are resigning at an alarmng rato In this branch of the public service. It is crippling the mails and retarding business to a serious extent, and creating a ttate of public uneasiness over the country. Congress appoints committees to investigate and the committees consume much time in palavering, and that Is ubout as far as they go. The postal employees continue to exist on small pay, or quit, and the service becomes more crippled through tha employment of new and inexperienc ed help. We have no fault to find with the postal service Itself. We believe It Is doing all that it can do under handicapping conditions. We do not believe that any business enterprise could long continue to exist under theso same condition. Tht laborer it worthy of hi hire the world over, and so long as employees In the marts of trade are receiving high wages to meet the advanced cost of living, the man who handles the mail of this great country should receive equal ser-ous- ly m J. Farm At Quarterly Marriages. Scandal. Merchants do not make him a dl- food and count whtn h buys hi clothing from them. Why ihould tht government ex pect him to discount the value of hit services? . The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday June 3, 920 1 IH II PAINT LICK, KY. Mrs. Robert Guyn'ii In very bad health. Several from here were In Rich, mond Satunlny night. Mist Edna Underwood spent Sun dny with Mint Lcnn Kstrldgc. Miss Grace Hnll .spent Saturday niKht with Mits Bertha Colion. Mlm Lena Eitrldgc spent Sunday night with Miss Cdnn Underwood. Mlm Ilcrthn Colton spent Sunday nnd Monday with Miss Grace Hnll. Miis Georgia Dunn of Marksbury wn In I'alnt Lick on business Mon dny. i I NEXT lH r i Mitt Emma Conn of Richmond wai a recent visiter of Mils Emma Evelyn White. Mr. Ely nnd Miss Knte hnve taken a little plrl from the Kentucky Home at Louisville Mm. Dewitt of Frankfort was the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilcnnett Roop for the week end. The nine months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Tudor wns buried Mnnre Saturday. Mr. Millard Ledford has returned to Pincvlltc to be under the care of a Doctor at that place, Mrs. Fred Hall spent rart of this week in Louisville the guest of her :K mm Ip 4 and Mr. Kdd Williams ami children Lick. On acare soon to leave Paint Misies Wllcount of health being In such lie nnd Veda to have a sale and t they have decided close out everything, taWng them M. S. 'north in the hope that the climate (there will be benclicial to them. Miss Fanny Cox who ban been as- HATFIELD sistant nt the Post Office, fer some DENTIST time, resigned hut Saturday. She Office ovr Th !will accompany her brother, Mr. ( Office 5. C. Cox to Richmond where ihe has rhontt r at LANCASTER, accepted a position as the gange. We regret to give Mm CuX up as she ' as made us a g ;r I her place wi'I le poit nu.irc At th writirg rmr Itarl tJ !t!l I to the 1 !ju - cf . s lias Is their-daughteri, t449994 4 ld CARDS.; Garrard Bank, Residence 370. KENTUCKY. beek-krepc- J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. KENTUCKY. I 1 siitnn' DANVILLE, Opposite Gitchcr Hotel. AI I I i Tilrf.Kmrmi.llcliflc tkm I lrr.troni. f..lr. Hunt', SIm h. iclirrnl hun4J fm Ml 'Mmtitf VH t.H l oM M Trr Mtk Cao.nl... II at ww tl.a TOUAr. Ii r W. Ml STORMCS r.il. nniy iack. tttl lolhlrT.trat tltdfia,. qsfltloa If Hunt'. !UI, Uully kf DRUG STORE. Office Hours 8 lo 12 and to 8 p.m. J. A.Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ulllrr ft Our Nstiunki litnk. KY.' . Itrsidcrcf fherr 3 Office Phone in law Mrs. Duck. Mr. J. .V. Denny left for Smith, field Monday to visit his son, Mr. W. D. Denny nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. .Milt Ward was the guests of their son Mr. Robert Ward sitter nnd fimlly Sundny. Mrs. Elolse Guyn and little son, pent Sunday with Mrs. Vlnn McWhorter and family. Mn Sarah Rucker and daughter, Mils Chnstine were guests of Mrs. G. , M. Trendway Saturday. Miss Chaitlne Rucker and Mr. and I Mrs. W. O. Anderson were In Rlch-- j mond Saturday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Logsdon nnd daughter, Miss Geneva, visited his. parents, at Rraisfield Sunday. About 30 or 40 attended the Moonlight picnic given by the B. Y. P. U. of MU Tabor lait Thursday night. Mems H Davis. R. W. Estrldge nnd Dr. II. J. Patrick left Monday for n fiihing trip on Rockcastle river. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Estrldge of London were guests of his mother and sitters her Sunday nnd Monday. Best V. C. Hurley Tobacco Land Fertilized. It will pay to use it. HUDSON AND FARNAU., Mr, and Mrs.-- J. D. Hurchell and Mill Emma Burchbll visited relatives Sunday nnd Sunday in night. Mrs. Sarah Rucker and Miss Chas. tine had as their guests last Wcdncs- day, Mn. Lucy Conn and children of . Lancaster. Mrs Dengc has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. E. E. White also of her brother nnd wife, Mr. nnd Mrs.! , We will be ready for business in our new home on west side of Public square, next to Stormes Drug Store. Never have we been in position to serve the public to better advantage than right now. The foundation of our business is built on the highest quality of merchandise at the lowest possible prices. You are cordially invited to inspect ourstore next Saturday, which will be filled with a complete line of summer goods, notions, ladies and chil-dreshoes. fdry MORROW LANCASTER, Acceptable To progres- sive Wing Urf.d for Connlion Seal prnrntativ o( Ai R-, M. J. PATRICK, IDentlwt. Kontuoky. Paint Lick. Dr. Printus Walker ns D. W. White. Mr. O, C. Cox has purchased a hnndime reiidence in Richmond and will mcve there vdlh his family in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. George Conn and children, Mrs. J. L. Coldiron and children wore at their father Sunday for. a birthday dinner. Min Durdvttn Ramiey had the misfortune to sprain her ankle very bad Thursday afternoon. It has been giving her very much pain. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Chestnut and children were in Lancaster Saturday night nnd Sundny with her brother, Mr. Luther Peyton and wife. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wynn and Mr. Willie Roger were in Junction City " rtT.ki-a- i Mnnla tn ntinml tlvd Ttttt-fi- l VETERINARIAN. Washington. Gov. Edwin P. MorKentucky may be permanent Calls Amv.i.J I'rowpllf Dj or row of chairman of the Republican NationPhen. 317 Nichl al Convention. Republican pregres- l.r.NTtCKY recently that IKtX'tive leaders admitted I ihi.v hml hem unnble to reach an 'agreement on this pHcy. but said they would be satistie.1 if the Gov-- i ernor of Kentucky were named. uki iiunru lexaers, looKing i mt Fine Cut Flowers. soy that the rrc. involved politic Governor Morrow would pgnition of John M. McRoberts. go a long way toward placing Ken- tucky in the Republican column in '.ovemDcr, anil weuui am me group N. L. PREWITT i of Republicans trying to win the South. Auctioneer Progressive Republicans said Governor Morrow's views on the treaty were acceptable to them, and agreed SATISFACTION GUARANTEED that with Governor Morrow trendiLnncnstcr Ky R F D No .1 ng buth Republican groups would I be represented in th proceedings, ' Senator Lodge standing for the res- - JOHN WHITE & CO. ervntioniits and Governor Morrow, LOUISVILLE, KY. those eppeied to rati- - j I representing ' Llbsral asaartmaat ncation at full value tald Republican Senators learned from r piino Senator Watson. Indiana, who re- ra.runo turned from Philadelphia recently Hid and SHI that Senator Penrose's health was Cast auth as to permit him to Journey to Chicago. Mr. Penrose, while not rmig enough to join In all the pro.'flings on the lleer, intend to be iI The undersigned hereoy give warn I actie on the Anal ballot. Jig to all persons not to trespass upon I ate reparU from Mr. Penrose land: for any purpose whatever I. rate that he Intead to exert all Murwe will prosevute all offenders to is hit imwer , to nominate Senator hnox the fullest extent of the law. llunt- i . ! i Honaker I - ' - POSTED i i i t , . i, . On Tuesday We will close out the stock at the old, June 8th It. L Elkin, mm Mf Mr mma DanIclli R. L. Arnold. Set n Iklrft In rnlrh n ihiif ai..l Mrs. Sarah J. P. Ilackley. Mrs. Emma lUgglnbotham, My jU are liable, to become a victim f Edd and N B. Price; h ( I thieves. S C. P.igsby. ; lu .k' ik with the inside move. ,ay. conditions ,,!! force Senior Johnson to aee.pt vt ma j'lHvt!. i i u , ers and tUaermen especially take remnant of our old stand, at D. M. Anderson. L. Barker U. L. Kelley. C. Rlgb7. VMrs. Vieteria Anderien, 'R. 'j Keep Well Da not allow the poisons of undigested food to accumulate in your bowels, where they Are absorbed Into your system. Indigestion, constipation, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles are bound Keep your to loliow. system clean, as thousands ol others do, by taking an occasional dose ot the old, reliable, vcr- ruo;e, lamuy nvcr mcui- cine ' Thompson rnui Traay invention. Sam Beasley who went to Akron O about two weeks age to work, writes that h hut had the misfortune to get the end of his Angers eut off by ma- chinery. Mrs. J. II. ItaktoH, nee Mis Ora Eitrldge, is here far a visit to heri mother and ether relatives. Her d will Join ber here In about two j ; hus-lan- AUCTION goods will be Some choice sold at this sale for the high dollar. Sale opens promptly at ten o'clock A. M. out-of-season True. Me of golf the laorv wo are with the tliouslit I that the imwe U very much llko life AtNMMt every dub Imngliic ItsWf. 'lilmkelf riimiietuut to gtte ttm other fellow advice. ' Ttic nmr I lwrrvil weeks. i ' The ruki at Sunday night, made a good tohaceo season and farmers who had ground ready wure offering SO cents for setters and in, some in stance 71c. MiMM Fanny Dawden, Elisabeth Conn and Grace Hall, Messrs Morns Todd and William Kalstoiaccempan-leMIm Sarah Hutchinson home Fr: day night. ..Mis Sarah Hutchison of Richmond came down Thursday to attend the moonlight nienie civen bv the D. Y. P. U., while here she was the guest of f Miu Grace Hall. Mliiet Ava McWhorter, Mabel Hall, Marie Ledford, Pay Ward, and Messrs William Rogers, Morris Todd, Earl McWhorter, William Caldwell and Elbert Ward all attended the' memorial services at Lancaster, on . Sunday. It Is with regret we learn that Mr ' Thedford'8 Black-Draug- ht lord's a lamlly medicine. Black-Draught Rising Fawn, Ga., writes: "We have used Thed. mother-in-law Mn. W. T. Pickle, of J.E D SN & Thcdlord's. My could not take calomel as it seemed too strong tor her, so she used as a mild laxative and liver regulator We use it In (he family and believe it Is the best medicine for the liver made." Trvlt. Insist on the renuine Black-Draught as Hazelwood Sanatorium TuVfrculosii Maintained ty the Loulivillo the adequste Hutment cf tuber-- r jIoiIi in b'l iu tucts at t r nc.lc(ln- vit, Haiti 15.C0 For the Trtatment o ... Q H M tluCing boirJ, tnrdii.l tttcnilon, liundiy. etc crouml (ul scapack-kM- e. E-- 75 Dtlluht- eittm, tuuoun Jlntk S:calutesfor -I lit uuif.murj. .U..MI MM1SI. It' MI" f etr, com-ninjl- nr The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 3, 1920. LIVC STOCK CLUB MEMBERS JUDGE STOCK OErtelS BODBlE-BlftU-K The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it In your home at all time MtnJK i to Richmond and The re li one sweet consolation in . I .. We don't have to worm wiwi inem .Mrs, neintf poor. .uuiKiny mMng ..i.i. .1 Jno Smith of Ilcrea who spent Inst over hew Is prevent tae government week here, the guct of her parent,! from annexing the Mitst of our In- nr, nmi .Mrs. v. u. wynn. come. It mien i Wynn motored , 3 M sV at A IVffa?! Contests Conducts to Improve Method Uted In Production and Cart of Llv Stock. will lc Sennrfally high price, nrt said tome rrmnnnbly decent In time. to hae followed every important war Hut who hns hopes of livintr n thoui- "' iT. nr . yenrs to sec the futfllment of ; but not very filling to an emp'y n .loubtful .rophecy7 stonnch. The world, we are nured, BEST AGE ' COLD MEDAL hifJ organs; ha . 0,d A man can os vi.orou9 nnd heahhy at u t u no ntus nia organs tn performlnn their functions. Keep your vital orKan9 heaUhy wiUj (Prepared by the United 8U(e Depart The OERTEL Co.. Louisville, Ky. menl of Agriculture.) Incorporated It It nlmont nn lmMirtnnt to tie nblo Maker of Oerloli Double Dark, Oerteli Dark and Oertel Llcltl. to Judge nn animal nmirntely ns It I tu raise ano aucce;".fully. If a perN. L. Curry (Jroccry Co. Distributor, Harrodsburg Ky on i(m not know what constitute food point In nn animal, tie U obliged to rvljr oa mmienne rise's Judgment In hnVe the ngency for the Lexington LICK Imth during nnd celling. Tlint I one laundry nnd denning company, rmsori why iMjn nnd girl In the club supervised by the deportment of ngrl (Delayed) Mr. W C. FUh of Hichmond vi.lt-e- il ngrlculturnl col rulturu nml the here n tew days Inat week. Mini Orncc Ambroie spent the dny being trained In Mock Judg btv Mr. Hutkr, anintnnt mnnagcr for , ing. At tho county. Dint', nml Inter Momlay In llrrea. ( hevrolet motor car company Mato fains lite stock Judging on Mr, nnd Mrs. It. (i. Wootli were the wns here Tuesday. tint am conducted nnd demonstra Ijincaiter visitors Monday. lion given by rluli mrmlivpt to Inter Hev. M. Mehan of Colorado, who Mr, Oarnctt Kemper of Lexington wns pnstor of the New Tnbor Church was here Tuesday on buiines. Mr nnd Mr. W. II. Hoop were in Uventy.three yenrs ago, preached nt j Mt. Tnbor church Sunday morn I r.li kfort Wedneidny to attend the the Inir to n large croud. Mr, Liking. fuMT.il of Mrs. A. II, Wynn nnd Mr. W. C Tf e new firm of Iigsdon nnd Co. - ICE CREAM (It's thnt Kood Ice Crentn.) i'AINT TAKE A PINT OR QUART HOME FOR DINNER Come to our Fountain for those Cooling Drinks. The worU'i aunJsrd remedy for kidney, r. i uric add Ueer, troubles since I6jj corrects ditordera; stimulates All druggim, thr vtut irjar. lite. Lech In tb n.ait Ot'J M mi mrtrt kn ! m tmlLila 14 blJ'r .' GUY. Mlra Heie Scott is visiting Mrs. William Scott. Mrs. Hobert Layton viiitcd Mrs. e ' T I MoRoberts Drugstore 3om of tho Club Boy Who Art Ltamlng to Judg Stock ami Do It Skillfully, est the public and Improve the meth' oU umi) In the production nnd care of lint atock. At tho MlMourl utato fair Imj' nnd girls club team Judged both Uvt nnd dairy cattle. In putting on the dfmon- strntlon each memlwr hnd hl particular wirt to do. Tlx rnptatn of tho Introduced tn nutnlNT, who tho hlntory and characteristic of nn Ideal beef nnlmnl nnd the same tenrn can then scorvd n vt lwr, ulng a largo neon card that could lx rend by every one In tho audience. l!ach point was dtKued and the ratine of the good and poor feature of the animal wen; pointed out nml scored. At tho Interotato fair, at Sioux City, la, the Nrbrntku llvo stock Judging team won flrnt hemor In competition wrlth team from North Dakota, South Dakota, Missouri and town. Another tntiu- for onr of dairy trt Iter compared dairy nnd cattle by mlng an animal ffhlhlti-at tho fair to Illustrate hi point. Th captnln lff st'y .V jsr-r- - RAISE STANDARDS OF STOCK Activities of Live. 8tok Aoclatlon Illustrate Benefits of Whats become of the prejudice . againsTauTomoDi.es because " w theq frightened the horses ii Coopratlon. tivities af a Itvi .lock association In northern Wisconsin. It porthased IC head of fine cattlo from another part of the state and also several head from It own tlctnlty. The association sold these animal individually to various atock raiser. The money net-te- l by the traduction wni ued In further promotion of tho purebred raue by purchasing 8 purebred bull Tho rain. by calrt-- wero then dislot among the members ot tributed tho association. Thu the effort of the n.oclatlon ha made possible raising the atock atandarda on the farma of practically the entire community, bavins brought luto the county 510,000 worth of well-breUvt stock. s d Ttio manner In which buying can further the movement for better ttock It Illustrated by tho ac- NOW cars arc The horses first in figuring their motor James Vnntis Thursday. Mrs. Holman Drown wni a visitor Wcdnerdny In Danville. Mrs. Robert Vater was the visitor Monday of Mrs. William Griggs. Mrs. Alex Layton of Nina, spent Sutidny with Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Lnyton. Miss Stella Henry was the guest Saturday night of her aunt. Mrs. C. H. Henry. Mrs, Hobert Griggs was n recent visitor cf Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Long of Lancaster. Master James Milton Henry spent the day Monday with Mr. and Mrs. OIlic Graham. Mrs. J. P. Foley and Mtss Malinda Taylor were Saturday visitors of Mrs. Willln-- i Barnes. Maiter Elmer Hay of Teatersville spent Tuesday night with George and Herschel Ynntis. and Mesdnmes Carrie Davidson James Vnntis have been the past week with severe colds. Miss Annelle Corson of Stanford has returned homo after a little visit with Miss Nelle Pclphrey. Mr. ind Mrs. Jesse Ray of the Dnn-vill- e road spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle nnd sister Mm Dalsie Runclls were with Lancaster friends Sunday. Ray Misses Inez nnd Margaret were the attractive visitors Tuesday night of Miss Nelle Pelphrey. Mr. Harry D. Rice returned from Richmond Monday where he spent several days witli relatives. Best V. C. Hurley Tobacco Land Fertili-c- r. It will pay to use It. HUDSON . AND FARNAU. Mr. and Mrs. MiltorrWnrd were at ing expenditures. have gotten used to them and so has everybody else. Think of it I This year the American people will spend nearly a billion dollars on tires alone. Tires are one of the biggest items on the car owner's cording to th roadt lhy hare fo fraref; In andy or hilly country, wherever the going 1 apt to be heavy The just because a,man has a moderate - price car is no reason why he should get any less service out of his tires. We believe that the'man with the small car is entitled to just as good tire service as the man with the big car and both are entitled to the best tire service they can get. That's why we represent U. S. Tires in. this community. Kirksvillc from Friday until Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward. Misses Flonnie Mae and Savannah Lane were the guests Wednesday night rf Mits Margaret Ray of c. Slct your tlrtt ac- bills. KEEP PUREBRED LIVE STOCK Thra It net Danger of an Ovtraupply Efflclsncy Hat Ben Con cluaivtly Proven. No There never was a time In history wben puro bred livestock of nil kind received tnoro attention than now. The efficiency of punt bred livestock hat been conclusively proven. There la no danger of nn ovcraupply. CONSIDER SHEEP Animal AND GOATS U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roadt The U. S. Chain of Uco. For front wheel The U. S. Plain. Hardly a Saturday, when you motorists drop in to "tune up" for a Sunday trip, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle attended the Odd Fellows memorial services at the Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Smith and Miis Emma Smith of the Pleasant Hill vicinity were visitors Friday of Mr. and Mrs. William Griggs. Mr. and Mrs.' Tom Turner and little danghter Amelia J. were visitors Saturday of Mr. and Mr. Frank Turner at Lancaster. Mr nnd Mrs. L. G. Davidson and two sons pf Lancaster spent from Saturday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. William Sutton and Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mr. Stuart Carson and mother, Mrs. W. A. Carton motored from For bett reult erurywhtrm V. S. Royal Cord. that one or more Than Worthy of Mora Attention Receive They Keep Down Noxious Weed. Thy ayiKCOfc-Hxm-QWKVXo-vi- I of you doesn't tell us something of value to our business. Sooner or later it comes back to you in Service. And why more car owners large and small arc coming to us every day for U. S. Tires. IV Sheep nnd goat deserve more consideration thnn they receive on some furtna. Thcso ntilmala nro uble to eat some of the coarse feeds anil may keep down noxlnu weed In pasture Service is what the car owners of this community are looking for nowadays. And especially the small car owners, who put service Stanford . Friday evening and took six o'clock dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Hokoti Pelphrey. Miss Inez Ray of Teatersville, who has taught here for the pait two months, closed her school Saturday morning. Miss Ray is a fino teacher and never a mora popular teacher with the pupils ever taught here. It takes time, brains and great per sonal effort to nrcumo ate a fortune. I Men will make largo contributions j of their I nt.' earned '. rtune for tho I sake of electing "their man" to pub. l LrvtSrocK The prlco of successful lambing eternal vigilance. U Come in and talk to us about tires. We're here to help you get the kind of tires you want. lie ortlce. Why? ilNoixs Ms Sows should not ba bred to farrow untll they are at least twelve month erid. I Un ite d States Ti res PAINT LICK GARAGE. Paint Lick, Ky. After you Mt-atin- .ys taJas gATONJC Uttaatlf ralU y, HASELDEN BROS., GARAGE. ! - perk production. Forage crops furnUti the beat po itilo way of cheapening the cost ol J. Lancaster, Ky. Omars millet hay, properly cared la a very good feed for cows bat net vary, satisfactory for aortea. R. E. McROBERTS, U.c.it.r. " The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, June 3 I 920. BUCKEYE Bargains We are offering the following prices for TEN DAYS ONLY I , I m and Harredsburg Wednesday. j . I Harvey is visiting Mrs. Mattle Mrs. Owen East Dr. Hendren ami Hugh Noel were in Lexingten, Monday Mr. J. P. Prather visited relatives in Madden Co. last week. Mr. Themas Davis was in Stanford 6 v 8 Classified Column RATESi Single Insertions' 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of live. Phone orders must be paid promptly. BUY YOUR WINTER COAL NOW Coal Is Scarce and Hard To Get. V. C. FERTILIZER i Hay Rakes $35.00 up. Mowing Machines $65. up. 2 Old Hickory Wag3-4in. ons $140.00 If you want a bargain, act quick as the above can not be bought wholesale at these Mr. Ray Heasley of Ind. was a guest of Mr. T. O. Hill. Thursday. Mr. Jasper Noel ef Mndlien Co. spent Sunday with .Mrs. Lora Noel. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill spent Thursday with Mr. ami Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mtss Berntec Ilroartus spent last week with Mrs. Burton Sanders in Madison County. Mrs. Reather Ray and family have been visiting Mrs. Wiley in Madden BEST FOR TOBACCO LAND, MATURES THE CROP EARLIER MAKES THE BRIGHT LEAF. OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. TRY A SACK TODAY. We Deliver In Town. COW PEAS, SOY BEANS, MILLET, CANE SEED. YELLOW SEED CORN, Feed of all Kinds, Genuine Kanawha Salt, In Barrels and 100 lb. Sacks. Lime in Barrels xoocxxxxxKnoecouucxx9Q( Mr, John William said to tell you he had a let of sweet potato sprouts. good FOR SALE: condition. Call Upright piano this office. In prices now. Conn Sl i Y t--t 11-3- ir mil 0 a Mr i ct a Brothers. i ivc cm vc VSSSXfcJ. T -- t IBB rir DC With some it Is one of honor and in I will sell strawberries by the crate tegrity and progressive Intellectual, only. Parties wasting to buy, call, TV Tim PiU'PlK; nf T.!1tt- Issued Wa.kly. Y.ar. ity. With others the spirit of greed, LAD OF HANGING I 3S4-Payable in Advance. gouge, repression and retrogression Walton E. Moss. predominates. The first attains its caster, Ky. FORK FARM. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. aim in life, while the latter alms no FOR SALE: About 200 barrels of R. L .ELKIN', Local Editor and Mgr. higher than that which it attains. REGISTERED JERSEY BULL good corn, both white and yellow, Honorable Mayo, City Council and We of this community have our Any amount geed seed corn. LanEntered at the Poit Office in SERVICE FEE $5.00 CASH. choice. Ky: People of We. can progrejs with the W. R. Kelley, R. F. D. 1. Mall caster, Ky., ai Second-Clas- s ONE MILE OUT DANVILLE PIKE. march of .time, or we can procrniti-nat- e Lancaster, Ky. Matter. Whereas, the franchise now held by while time marches by. This Arch OvMlr. In chart and h hat ( being in conus s void by reason If you are thinking of selling your is an age when men do things, or flict with the State Constitution, and ordvri to collect in advanc. Lucaitcr, Kr., Jose 3, 1920 farm at Auction, see Green Clay Wal they do nothing. There is no midJUDSON. Whereas, we have no f ranch ker, representing O. T. Wallace nnd dle of the road course. The man G. 1J. 5WNEIJROAD. Company, 305 Trust Building, Lex operating our plant in the City of Member Kentucky Press Association who has the will to grasp his opporMr. William Adams is slowly ington. 4.15.tf. Lancaster, Ky., berauie the same is tunities also has the power to make provl.tg. and void as aforesaid, the City Council ef j them. That is what he should do. Eichth District Publishers League. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tracey sfien FOR SALE Registered Duroc the City of l.nncntter, Ky., and the For Sunday with Mr. W. M. Long. pigs at farmers prices; alo some high public generally are hereby notified Don't condemn the swaggering boy Ratts For Political Announcements. we will on August 1st. 1920. it Miss Annie Pollard attended the bred, cholera imrauned, stock shoats, that For Precinct and City Offices. .15.00 too severely. He is not responsible Estes Tudor weddin Thursday as soon thereafter a practical, mne sows and pigs at shippers prices. for his own existence, nor is he res. 10.00 For County Offices all our pole-- and eleotrical equipment T. J. Underwood, M. nnd Mrs. B, M. Lane were the Phone ponsible for the traits of character For State and District Offices.. 15.00 guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Paint Lick, Ky. from the streets of the city of Lan .10 which put the swagger into his step. For Calls, per line caster, Ky. .10 Heredity and environment often Lune. For Cards, per line This notice is given as a legal n Notice. a boy in the making, make or break Misa Dora Lee Huffman entertain For all publieationi In the intertice, a we understand that reason Even those whose home life is not ed several of her friends Sunday at expres-sio- n will be work In the First De, There est of Individuals or able notice mutt be given before wei as it should be may have their cha dinner. of individual views, per Kree in the Independent order of Odd can remove said property and I.- and developed 10 acters strengthened Fellows, Monday night, Jane 7th. line Mr. rnd Mrs. James Clark were :1. continue said plant. through the kindness of others. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Every member ready for this degree Obituaries, per line .06 We are willing to do anything we! word of sympathy and cheer to the Nnylor. be present. All visiting brothers Ind on the street is a long step towan can to with the city in sc. welcome. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm Simpson were FOR CONCRESS. the moulding of the character of the John W. Wood, Secretary. curing a irancnise lar the purpose of the guesta Sunday of Mr. and Mrs furnishing electric light and power I j) and all kinds or We are authorized to announce man of the future. L. L. Matthews. the citizens of the city, but we can ; county, RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby Mrs. Patsy Simpson and not continue it further without ex inc urignt sunshine of summer Amons spent Sunday with son Jesse a candidate for the Democratic nomiMr. mi The newest and most remarkable penrivc additional equipment, an Congress In this, the days dispels the spirit of gloom an Mrs. nation for - L. Matthews. invention for Ford cars. A Steering this we can not do at the present SEL OR PHONE Eighth Congressional District of instills a feeling of gladness in th Mr. and Mrs. Andy Adams and Device which makes the Ford safer to rates and without a legal franrhtejf Kentucky. State Primary Election, human heart. It makes the bright side of life even brighter and en daughter Beatrice spent Sunday with ride in, easier to steer and far more protecting us in our rights. Saturday, August 7, 1920. P.B.Wilitams&Co comfortable to drive. Costs only nbles us to see the goodness which Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baker. Done this April 2flth, 1920. warms the hearts of our fellow men Mr. and .Mrs. Austin mack, were 1 1. 50, worth more than (20.00. FOR CONCRESS. Respectfully submitted, I For sale at Wm. Marsee'a Garage, It diverts our thoughts into pleasant the guesta Sunday of her son, Mr, aM.tr, Ky I1ASTIN BROTHERS We are authorized to announce Qui. k srrv o an I Good Work Ky. Lancaster, channels and drives out the shadows William Black and Mrs. Black. COL. FRANK L, RIPY, of Anderson By II. V Ilaitin. tf which have enshrouded us during the Misscf Agnes and Zona Beazley county, a candidate for the Demo Notice. winter months. Welcome the sun Ray were the pleasant guests Sunday cratic nomination for Congress in shine of summer days, for its warm of their cousin, Miss Vergelia Ray. My customers will please come in this, the Eighth Congressional Dis rays produce both the Joy and the Mr. and Mrs. Cronley llardwick and give rne their 3rd Liberty Loan trict of Kentucky. State Primary sustenance of life. and pretty little daughter, Elizabeth Bonds locked in their boxes that I Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920 Ford were the guests Sunday of Mr. may exchange them for permanent All people of normal intelligence ami Mrs. L. S. C. Denny, Cashier bonds. - Matthews. "Go to Church Sunday." This ad have the power to think nnd reason Merryettn and Lucy Mar Mlse vice has been given millions of tim a iew practice it. words that ore garet and'Master Elbert Naylor were es, .yet with some it has never been the result of analytical thought pos Reduced prices Possibly there was a flaw ses the force and power which drives the uests of their cousins, Misses heeded. may not have con the human activity of the world Suanna Mae and Matter Thomas Following the example of some of in the giving. It and appealing Those that are babbled thoughtless- Naylor tained that simple the generous free hearted, golden rule, protitccrleas merchants of Hali note of humanity which draws the ly and without reason fnll upon fer Birthday Dinntr. sbl. aa one who needs it most. Yet there tile soil and are magnified into moun Mr. 'and Mrs. James Foster delight fax and I am making the following is no one so hardened and so sinful tains of iniquity that reach even to fully entertained several of their magnificent reduction on my SIN' LEGHORN but what he can enjoy on hour in the gates of eternity. Think twice riends Sunday in honor of Mrs. Fos CLE COM B BROWN the church on Sunday. Some who and speak once. It is the better ters 58th birthday. A delicious din EGGS. 10 eggs, were $1.00 now stray in accidentally become regular way. ner was served. About Aft guests only Uri rents, 100 egg, were $.1.00 attendants in time. The story of the were present, including their chil now only $1.08 If you hatch now Man of Mens grips them. It is more i leaven and neii are n long way Iron, grand children and other your pullets may lay before 1921 but thrilling than the wicrdest fiction apart, but some people try to strad friends and relatives. The guest I doubt it. Erie C. Farra. Box 173, Lancaster, Ky. ever penned, and each Sunday you lie through life with a foothold in left thanking Mrs. Foster fer u most 8nd ru hear a new chapter in the life his each place. njoyahle day spent nnd wishing her r a uvut. tory of this man who was of tleih Notice many mere such happy birthdays. and blood nnd yet was the offspring t when the blluard, of winter im Notice is hereby given that blank Estti Tudor. rage ouUlde. of divinity. Go to church Sunday. LIME IN BARRELS. On Thursday morning May 27th, Fire Policies Nos. 188351 both in It will be good fer you, and it will temperature controlled HUDSON AND FAUNA U, ai cosily a presjing: an electric button. Miss Collie Estes and Mr. Robert lutive, also blank Tornado Policies do others good to welcome you there. Nos. 133001 to 133025 both indu atovej, fuel, a.hes, and In Europe they are extracting edi Tudor were united in marriage which moke banished from you" Have you a child of school age? ble fats from tar for the manufac came as quite a surprise to their ive, of the London & Lancashire rooni All IM" mnUrn Then give thought to our public ture of margarine. For the sake of many friends. The bride is 20 years Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. of Liverpool, . "ore nl.nr. England, have been lost from our of schools. Let the principal nnd the one's 'appetite, however, they still of age and the lovely and accomplish- - fice, and the public Is hereby cautionteachers understand that they are In cling to the old name. d daughter of Mr. Newt Estea and 7 rlorC la th wond.rfu! eat. your mind and that you are apprenever looked prettier than on her ed against the acceptance of any of said policies, as rw claims thereunder ciative of the good work they are doThe railroads want i billion dollar edding day. Mr. Tudor is certainly "iHirin room ca ing In training your child to meet the increase In :roigi.t rates, or ruthar to be congratulated on winning such will be recognized by the Comnanv. Elmore & Hopper, Agents. problems of life. If you they want an nmi.u-- that will pro intellectual lovable girl as n life companion, tilant a rose bush and it flourishes dure that much 3dtJ.'.;nul income whose winsome ways and beautiful Vnd blooms your neighbors see It nnd live it to them. The consuming character has endeared her to the uPrd.r,WLU,U5'' gn.r.vif:u.i!:nu?;'ruo'rt: appreciate its fragrance and beauty. goat still hns a square inch or two community. The groom is 22 yean EXCURSION The instructors of our children are of hide left on his lacerated back. og age und the oldest son of Mr. of infinitely more importance than Brutus Tudor, and one of the most In Spanish Morrocco, a lecturer ubstnntial farmers of this commun the choicest (lower that ever bloomAnd return ed. Let us give them the recogni- tells ui, there Is a tribe of natives ity, Their many friends are wishing via who treat their wives as beast of them a most prosperous and happy tion and the attention and encourHASELDEN $2.60 L- and N. 92.60. agement that Is their due. Their burdens and their daughters are sold life together and may every day be lives will be sweeter and their work to the highest bidder. But why pick Sunday Jun 6th, 1920, s happy as on their wedding day. o better, and In after years your child on illiterate and unenlightened Special Train will Itav LancasMr We have only to look around will be the beneficiary of your A merchant adverttei.. "silk shut Sl29 A. M. rtturnlng will lav 4th. In ou own .nui! to see the best of nnd uttentlon and their off." Tco short, brother Lurdm" a her !.'! and the daughter tco short fer comfort. There's noth Sirett Station Cincinnati, 630 P. M. to duty. JI X LI . : T 1 TIT l'-i- T For further information, consult aU.L decked out n pjckil x flntry j ing more exasperating nan trying to Ml TM Every community has it spirit. catch the r.chi;' hi'siund. keep an Abbreviate I "e down. Local Tickat Agsnl. 29-tf. The Central Record County Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mri. Noah Marsee at Ilryantsville. .tir. ani .Mrs. lan uiui ami son of Lancaster visited Mr. Hiram Ra. nnd family first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders and laughters visited Mr. Hcnly Whit- taker and family Sunday. Mr. Forrest Noel returned heme Saturday after n weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Murford. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Rrndihaw, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill, Mr. Jc Hill and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins spent Tuesday in Iloyle County. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel, Mr. and Mrs. A C. Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter visited Mr. and Mrs. Mark Iiogie at Marksbury, Sunday. Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Tent er, Misses Ethel Ray, Sallie Lou Tenter, Hope and Lucille Sanders attended the Hlble Institute at The Fork, Saturday FOR SALE Five room house, in1 good condition. 5.27-tf- . Mrs. J. C. Robinson. FOR SALE Light rubber tired I buckbord. I Good condition. j Hush Mobley SALB Oood Poland China bear, large type. Registered. Robert R. Fox. FOR I am agent fer the Studebaker automobile. Let me shew you one. Alsd have n 1919 Hup, like new, for sale or trade. G. C. Walker. HUDSON & FAR1NAU Strawberries. fr Up-To-Da- tc 7-- s Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, .......... Repairing, f Painting The Jubilee Stabilizer! 11 Tin Work I- I- UN MllWa-rfoUi- FIRST CINCINNATI, OHIO, Sri 1 Mo-roc- thot-fulne- ss ts faith-fulnt- MrMAinmiil wucti 1 tie BROS. Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, June 3, 920 1 Special Clearance Prices On Ladles ready-to-wear Garments, High grade foot wear. The kind Silks you would like to wear, and v woolens suitable for beautiful Coats, Suits and Dresses These garments arc made of the choicest material and the models arc the very newest. at ridiculously low prices. Costumes Pumps and Oxfords both in black and white, those that fit the arch. and Shirts at very attractive prices. All cotton materials in the new est weaves and patterns, good quality at prices that one can afford to buy. The Joseph Mercantile (So. Where Quality Reigns Supreme. See Our Rug Department. The One Price Store. NOT MUCH RENT TO PAY. We nrc till trimming our prices nnd not our customers, POST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. We will sell you a Serf en door from 1.50 up. J no. Deere Mowers $70.00 'Serf en Wimlowx Sfic up. J no Deere Cultivator $110, $55. Seed Henna 15 cents per pint, Oliver Cultivators $5r. A kooiI .Mailable stove $'jy.OO, Overland t'ultiv (5 shovels $5S. Other Stoves $:$() and tip. S l"i. A Rood set Harness $221.50, up, Hay Hakes Malta Double Shovels .$5. 50t IltiKKii $150.00 nnd up. Accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrt. Tom Doolin, nnd noted for her lovely disposition. Dr. nnd Mrs. William Klliott. Mr. Lewis is a ton of Mr. and Mrs. .Mr. and Mr. A. C. Mile have 7. G. Lewis, formerly of Garrard, from Washington City returned but now- - of Woodford, nnd is n splenMr. George W. CheMnut. of this, where they attended the Southern did young man and n prospcrou city, and Mis Blanche Allgood, of farmer. He is to be congratulated on UaptUt Convention. Tamp. Florida, were united In mar- winning the girl of his choice, and Mr Nicholni A. Harth und baby, riage in the Bnptist church in Cincinnnd Mr. Charles Smith, returned to nati at noon today, the ceremony be- we wih for both, that every day their home in Charleston, West Va.. ing performed by Dr. W. L. Walker, through life may be ns bright and Friday, after several weeks visit with paitor of the First Bnptist church of happy as on their wedding morn. The couple will make their home their parent .Mr. ami Mr. X. .MIHsr. Danville. Those present were Mr. this year, on the Buckeye road, with .Mrs. P.. C. Stoll of Lexington, Mr. It. U Klkin for Atlanta and Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Doolin. tomorrow, to see his ton, Dan C. .Mrs . T. B. Bright and Mist Kcna The marriage Klkin. Kradunte In medicine next Bright, of Danville. Kavanaugh-Scot- t. Tuesday. Mr. Klkin who hat been came as a pleasant surprise to the One of the most beautiful of the in the uth far three month will re- host of friends of Mr. Chestnut in this city. His bride is known to spring nuptials was that of .Miss turn with them. many Danville people and she is an Martha Kavanaugh to Mr. John It. Mr. Joseph Marsee, of Garrard attractive nnd accomplished lady and Scott, which was solemnized WednesCounty, nnd Mr. Kachvl Mari-ee- , of will be a most welcome addition to day afternoon nt 3 o'clock at the Hoyle county, were married Wednes Danville society. After a bridal brides home on Crab Orchard street. day in N'icholnsville by the Kev. T. II. trip they will be at home at Mr. Che-nu- t' Itev. II. S. Hudson, of the PresbyterAthlcy at the Haptist parsonage. handsome home on Lexington ian church, officiated nnd the cereThe b'ridcKroom is Gtl and the bride avenue. Uanville Atlvocate. mony was beautiful and impressive. 42. It wnt n pink and white wedding The recitals given by the advanced, Mrs. Kzza Fletcher ef Indianapolj primer and primary students of tho and the decorations of the home were Ind. who has been visiting her par music department of the High school artiitic and beautiful in quantities of peonies. ent, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Turner on on Saturday afternoon anil Monday roses and played byThe wedding .Miss Katie the Buckeye pike and Mr. W. L. evening was held before n vast and march was Lick, will return to highly pleused audience in the audi- Barnes Dickcrton, who presided nt Fletcher of Paint her home this week. She will be ac- torium of the school building, Ihc the piano and Miss Amy Dawes with companied by her mother who will re- work consisted of piano ensemble, her violin. A beautiful programme piano trio, quartettes and tolas. The was rendered ns the guests gathered main for n visit. clais gave tome wonderfully beauti- and only relatives and most intimate Messrs Krnest Shcrrow, of Beatty. ful numbers, nnd thejr brilliant, care, friends were present for the cereThere were no attendants. vilte. Hoy I'Iitk of Mnrkibury and ful technique showed the most care- mony. The bride was lovely in her tailorClarence Walton, of Buckeye and ful training of their teacher, Mr. Mis I.lndn Locker, also of Buckeye, Mae Hughes N'oland, who has charg? ed suit of dark blue cloth. She wore all deaf mutes, attended the closing of all of the music during the com- a stylish blue taffeta hat and carried exercise of the I), nnd I). Institute mencement exercises and needless to a shower of pink rose buds and lillies ny it will be splendid throughout th? of the valley. nt Danville Inst week. program. The following took pint The bride is the daughter of Mr. Dr. und Mrs. W. M. Klliott enter, In the program: Misses Nell N'oland. ond Mrs. Arch Knvanough, of this t tired Tuesday evening with nn Stelln Henry, Thelma Hamilton, Lil- city, and is one of Lancaster's beautio'clock dinner at their heme lian Kste Mary I'alnieter, Fuye King, ful young girls and is charming, aton Mr.-.lavenue. Lovely sprint; .Muttic Mne Hubble, Kltic Hatfield. tractive and much loved and admired. tlowort were used for the house and Virginia Beazley, Jane Hatetdcn, Mr. Scott is popular with a host of dollcious n Mnrguotite Thoaipson, Shirley Dentable 'deration. friends nnd is it prosperous business: Abu.it ny, Geergettn course menu wn terved. Walker, Josephine man of N'icholasvillc. They wcro otijoye! the charming Buruside, LaVerne Dickcr.ion, twelve sniosts cdtality of Dr. and Mrs. Klliett Klliett, Kiina Hatcher, Marjorlc .showered with best wishes and con gratulation for a life of much hapBattin, Nancy Tom Lenr, Jane Hoy- -, piness and' left immediately for a Mr. ami Mrs. W, B. Burton wave a Vintinin Ahiridge, Delia Rice dinner party Tuesday evening nt HukIios, Vela Vaughan, Motsr Roger trip of several weeks in New York their homo on .Maple avenue in honor Bourlnnd, Thomas Hatcher, chorus by and on their return will mnke their ef Miss Martha Kavanaugh, whose Primer Grade nnd chorus by the Pri- home in Nicholasville. They were e rn be led with many handsome gift marriage took place Wednesday af- mary grade. ternoon. The house had beautiful The following invitations have decorations of pink anil white reset and the table wa nderned with been issued: Th Graduating Class of the peonies. It was a very delightful Lancaster High School, affair. Dr. Milton Klliott. of Danville, pcnt last Sunday with hi parent, jut were present: Mrs. Hayes Foster, Mim Litle Cooper, of Stanford, Mrs. Robert Todd of Ohio, Mr. Lewi Mr. Clny Sutton, .Mine Martha nnd Helen Gi" J. R.' MOUNT The Q Deal House. & CO. lve Gossip About People Bfll MiMIob Cwnji by ThoM A Mr George Rebmot. m spending tvcrnl week in Michigan. Mn Robert Todd, of Chochoctan, Ohio, Is the plcatant guett this week, of Mr. Joieph Kvana Kobinion. Owsley ha Mrs. K. returned from n visit to her daughter, Mr. V. 1 l VVt 0 Art Comlngi loiirtiud tri In. Settlement of 127,151 insurance claims, for death and total permanent dlrability, nnd representing a total value of $l,n:....5'J,l 7:1.45 is announced by Director it. G. Cholmeley Jones of the Burcnu of War Itisk InOnly 5,119 claims arc surance. pending, and in these cases the claim, nnt are benetkiuries in many instances in foreign countries where disturbed conditions render communication impossble. It now requires only about five days from receipt of tlnnl evidence of death in an insurance case for the issuance of the first check, and frequently cases have been handled even more rapidly in the Compensation nnd Insurance Claims Division of the Bureau. In cases of total permanent disability, men have been examined, the award made, nnd the tint check placed In their hands, all within a very few hours. STRAWBEHItlKS If you want any get In your orders this week. They nre nearly gone. W. K. Moss. aged white WANTED Middle lady to help about the house and cook Phone 30-Mrt. Jane M. Hose, Brynntsvillc. Ky. LIME IN BARRELS. HUDSON AND FARNAU. It. Cook nn.l Mr. Coek in Danville. Mr Clay KnutTman U at from Covingten. Mi Elizabeth Glbb entertained home one table of bridge at her home on Lexington avenue the past week. Mis Lucille tackry and Mr. HerMr. C'barle Anderson ha been n bert Schooler were recent guests of recent visiter in Lexington. Mi Jennie Wheeler, of Hoyle counMr. nnd Mr. K. Prrscott Drown tyare visiting relative In Stanford. Little Mlu Mary Shackelford, of Mim Rachel Henry has returned Richmond, tpent the week end with from h visit t relative in Louisville. her grnnd.mothrr, Mr. Emma Kauff-ma- n. Mies KHsa k the guest I.unfer.l of Cincinnati, of her sitter, Mr. Jatpcr Cx. .Mrs. Lettie Ware levtiral mentk vtatt tt Mr. and Mr. Kinrwird Hubert have rented the Hatson residence on Luxfngton uvunue and will move this left tedny for week. hr ton 1mm In ItopkltMVIMe. Mi Lex-tsjgts- w Mr. ami Mrs. lien daughter, MUx Delia Hughes and Itice Hughe nt the uminiT month, during four nicmtm nf which the mm never seta, tho Kfklmo live In tents. These aro n;r!c of nklni nml aro shaped somewhat like a boat cut In half. In the roar of tho tent the bed ! spivn'l. while In tho whip, high open front a smuik-i- - hums ilny nrnl night. This Smoke tiro serve to drive away tho iin'Miiltno. width are liirge and feIn Eskimo's Summer Home. been inn! Mi Rankin ef Hubble, Miner vii Cox were visitors visiting Mrs. Ira lleltzebtw en In Mnrkibury SuHday. street. Mr. and Mr. J. C. Conn nnd baby, Mrs. Km mil K'nuttnmn spent Mon- of Nichelatviile nnd Mi HtUlit day in ItMinHHMl with her ncico. Ml Ct.nn, of Loxhstjtten, spent Sunday Vim (.iretstloaf. with Mr Jeo Arnold and family. Mr. K. I. Walker hi visiting tho Mr. I lays Foster and attractive family sf hi brother, Mr Jnmc Wal- Ijltle daughter Jane, ami Mis Li1e ker in Itiehwiand. Cooper, of .Stnnfonl. wore kumU butt Monday of Mr. J. K. Iteblnsen en Mr. ami Mr. Civil Johnston of Loxlniston avenue. LexiUN, spent Sunday in the KentjarlaH. at Miss Alberta Anderson 1 visiting Miss France Grant in Lexington, Mn. J. W. Miller k visiting her while her mother, Mr. Florence daughter, Mr. Robert K. Hughes and Grant, is con lined in the Lexington Mr. Hughes in Louisville. Hospital. The many (.nncaster Messrs J oo Rurnsidu and Frank friend of Mr. Crnnt hope for a Con are attending the nutomobllo speedy recovery. tact In Indianapolis, Indiana. Mr. C. C. Harnett, of Itichmond, Mr. and Mr. Herbert Bailey and was in the city u low hour yestor-daHe and Mr. Harnett have just laby, Harold Hardin, of Stanford, tpvnt th week end with her parent, returned from St. Petersburg, Fin., Mr. and Mr. Jiupor Cox on Danville where they spent the last four month very pleasantly. road. y. rocious. Mocha Sheepskin. The world's supply of Mocha sheepskin Is obtained by about a dozen buyers, who have their native collectors. In caravans to collect the skins at various centers, nf which Mocha, Herhern, Zeylnh and llodeldah are the main olntn. From there they aro sent to Aden, u British coaling station, which, on account of its location, is tint shipping point for skins tent to London, tho continent of and the United States. Ku-rop- e, Mar-gsir- et re-m- We Thank You (J fiV I v. for your hearty support duriu our closing Balance stock and fixtures for sale as a . whole at a bargain. vj ll ( I SANDERS VARIETY STORE Ford touring car in good condition for sale. announce their The numerous friend here and Commencement exercises elsewhere of Miss Carrie Bold, will be Auditorium glad to know that she hn accepted a Monday evening, June seventh splendid posltlap as saleslady with Nineteen hundred twenty the J. P. Watson Co, one of the large eight o'clock, department store, of Indianapolis The Ckus Iioli: Indiana, to which city she went last Mary Klisabeth Brewn, week. She will be with her Josephine Ckrysten Burntlde, Mrs. Williiim White und Mr. White. Ktissvi I'aul Currier, who reside there. Her many frisod Amy Phelps Dawes, wish her all suscess In her new hem. Francis Marion Klliott, Lillian Klnnaird Kstcs, Mrs K. L. Gadbmy and children, Stelln Mae Grew, took the train here Sunof TaeJmn Hamilton, day afternoon for Klisubethtewn. Stelln Mae Henry, where they will visit relatives for Nolle N'eland, month. Mr. Gadberry accomiwnied Htmer Burdettc Hice. them to this city and renminbi over Alice Sutton. until Monday afternoon with friend. ...Ms Annie Ashlock went to LanDoolin-Lew- is. caster this morning to visit her sister, The murriage of Miss Allie B. .Mr. W. W. Zanone Miss Mary Greer is visiting Mrs. Holman Brown Doolin and Mr. Oscar Lewi, was ol cmnized lait Thursday at noon in at Lancaster. Interior Journal. Nichelaiville, at the Baptist parson- Spring (lowers wre used fy deco- owe, by the Rev. D. 11. Wlllett. immediately after the beautiful, ration at the bridge party which Mrs J. K. Kobinion guvo Monday after- und impressive ceremony the happy noon tit her home on Lexington couple metered to Versaillet, where avenue in honor of her house guest, they were guest of the grooms par Mrs. Hobert Todd, of Ohio. Delic- ent. Mr. nnd Mr. T. G. Lewi, un. ious ice cream, strawberries and rake til Sunday afternoon. Miss Doolin is the attractive and were irrved The following guest Hear It For Yourself Jtr, TheNew Edison "The Phonograph with a Soul" I I Stormes Drug1 Store The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 3, 1920 The Man Who "Always Sells" Wednesday, June 6th, at 0 a. m. Acres 65 at 1 1 1-- 2 M. THURSDAY, JUNE 17th, 10 a, in. THE E. SHELLEY FARM AT WE WILL SELL at Public Auction TWO FARMS FOR B. D. AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 12th 10 O'CLOCK. HOLTZCLAW LOCATION OF FARM NO. 1 TO BE SOLD ON JUNE 16th 102 acres in Lincoln County, Ky., on the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike, 8 miles Stanford, 2 miles Crab Orchard. This is a nice home a pleasant place to live. '8 room two story dwelling, 2 halls and 2 porches Large stock barn 70x62 with 11 box stalls and cattle sheds, concrete silo 14x40. Cribs and other outbuildings. Beautiful yard to pike. No waste land on this farm. 30 acres in corn, 60 acres in grass, balance in timber. We don't know what this farm will bring, but if you want a good home and 100 acres of land to cost you around $15,000.00,-DON'- T OVERLOOK THIS. But remember it is up and selling to the "High Dollar". You name the price. Sold for possession in 30 days or January 1, 1921, as you prefer. LOCATION OF FARM NO. 2 TO BE SOLD ON JUNK 17th: 211 acres in Lincoln County, V2 mile from the Danville and Stanford pike, 3 miles from Stanford, 2 miles from Danville, on Hanging Fork. Everybody knows that good Hanging Fork land... Some virgin Blue Grass sod. Now this is a corking good farm and a producer. 6 room dwelling, 2 halls and 2 New tobacco barn to be built porches, 2 stock barns, tenant house and other right away. 10 acres tobacco, 60 acres corn, SO acres meadow (and this is some meadow), balance blue grass. Now listen: By reason of not fronting right on the pike this farm may sell for a real bargain. It is certainly a money maker. Attend these sales. It might be the most profitable trips in your life. Remember Swincbroad "ALWAYS SELLS" and worth the money. The only man who always advertises no and then sticks to it. This farm will perhaps be sold in two tracts to give the 100 acre man a chance to buy. s. by-bi- BOYLE COUNTY, KY., Pike. 2.1 miles Danville on Stanford Limestone Soil. About 35 acres a level fertile bottom, Fronts right on the pike. balance gently rolling. . IMPROVEMENTS: 6 room .frame cottage, 2 porches, milk house, garage, stock barn, 5 acre tobacco barn, 135 barrel steel crib, 2 poultry houses and yards. Orchard, cistern , and abundant stock water. .1920 CROPS: 1G acres corn, 5 acres tobacco, 24 acres wheat, 4 acres oats, 9 acres clover, balance in Blue Grass. Tin's is a dandy little farm and if you buy it you will want to keep it. Few on the market like this one. Memorize the two dates JUNE 16th and 17th, and the locations. Then follow your The land will be sold on easy terms, and for possession at once with the crops or January 1, 1921, as the purchaser may prefer. Buy land now, vou will pay more later. Many have missed a bargain by failure to attend at my sales. Don't let these opportunities slip. For further particulars see B. D. Holtzclaw at the farms, or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my offices at Danville, or memory. what Danville is, with its Colleges, Churches, Banking facilities, markets and in fact every advantage. Get busy. Look at this one. A sale- for the "High Dollar" - Fine neighbors, close to schools and everybody knows No by-bid- s. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer. Just after the sale on June 16th, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crutcher will furnish lunch at just across thr pike and then sell their farm of 140 acres. Easy terms and Possession January 1, 1921. Somebo'dy will get a bargain on this bne. See Mr. ley or W. E. Moss, or R. H. Devou, at Danville, or Shel- their home Swincbroad, The Real Estate Man Sales Manager. Lancaster, Ky. Dates of other sales June Sth, loth, 16th, 17th, 19th, 22nd, 26th. and July 1st. Write for descriptive catalogue. jif 3-Dan- dy Farms-- 3 fifif ri fif et afif rif1 ri 0 A rtrP OF J. W. HIGGINS, AT SERIES OF AUCTION BY PUBLI6 TUESDAY, 3: AU6TI0N JUNE 15th SALES THE REAL OF LAND ESTATE MAN 10:00 O'CLOCK, A. M. Kentucky.RIGHT AT MIDDLEBURG, on the Middle-bur- g In Casey tCounty, and McKInney Pike, 7 miles of McKinney. 8 miles of Hustonville. 85 ACRES; TRACT NO. 2: 70 ACRES; TRACT NO. TRACT NO. 1 75 ACRES. TRACTS NO. 1 AND NO, 2 JOIN AND MAKE A SPLENDID 50-by SW1NEBR0AD Memorize The Dates. JUNE 12th. 65 ACRES Boyle County, Danville. 2 FARM OF 155 ACRES. ON TRACT NO 1 splendid two story dwelling, IMPROVEMENTS: 7 acres in SO, with seven rooms, two halls, two porches cistern, burn wheat sown to grass, 7 acres tobacco, 1G acres clover, balance in blue grass. ON TRACT NO 2 7 room dwelling, three porches, two halls, barn 50 by 50, water in barn. Cribs, stock scales, machine sheds, and all out buildings. On this tract 25 acres of bottom land. 14 acres in corn, 15 acres orchard grass and clover, 10 acres meadow, balance in blue gras. These farms are noted as being the most productive farms in Casey County. In a high state of cultivation. Level and gently rolling limestone soil, and must be seen to be appreciated. The farms will be subdivided nnd sold in small tracts with the privilege to the purchaser to buy as many tracts ns hb desires. You will have the opportunity to buy the improvements with a small acreage, or just as many acres as you want, or to buy the unimproved land. Two splendid orchards on the 70 acre , . unimproved grass and timber land. These farms nre located in a good community, right at Middleburg, a thriving village of three hundred people, two churches, Graded and High School, Splendid progressive Hank, a number of stores. In fact a good business community. The productiveness of tho soil and the Irst class improvements will appeal to you. Will be sold on easy terms and for possession January 1st, 1921. Now is the time to buy. Do not delay. This farm will be sold to the high dollar, without reserve, d or limit. Any price you pay on the day of sale you can sell for at a profit before you have to pay for the land. SWINEBROAD is the onl S man who universally advertises NO and he "ALWAYS SELLS" just as advertised. For further particulars see J. W. Riggim at the farm, W. E. Moss or R. II. Dever, at my office in Danville, or tract. TRACT NO. 3 by-biBY-BID- County, subdivided. This jone is a "Corker", with dandy JUNE 15th. 267 ACRES, improvements. subdivided, at Middleburg, JUNE 22nd, 250 ACRES Casey County. near Gravel Switch, Marion County, subdivided. JUNE 16th. 2 FARMS, JUNE 26th, 270 ACRES 102 acres and 140 acres, 2 miloty limits of Danville, Boyle es from Crab Orchard, Lincoln at County. "A splendid subdiviCounty. sion. j miles from at city limits of Lebanon, JUNE 19th, 268 ACRES, Mar-lio- n JUNE 17th, 211 ACRES, JULY 1st, 279 ACRES, Lincoln County, 3 miles from 1 mile of Bardstown, Nelson County. Stanford, on Danville pike. Tf you are interested send for descriptive catalogue of these sales, which also contains descriptions of farms for sale privately. -- If you are on the market for land get on our mailing list. Get in touch with Real Estate Headquarters, and keep in touch with the real estate market. Communicate with W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at mv Danville, Ky., offices or with me. SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man June lGth, 17th, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. COME AND HEAR BOLIVER BOND ON THE BLOCK. Look up the advertisements of SWINEBROAD'S. farm sales on 18th and 10th. SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man of Lancaster, Kentucky. FARM SALE WITHDRAWN advertised. oft5ar Clcrnrnons, for whom we have advertised to sell 3074 Acres of Mercer County Land at Harrodsburg on MONDAY, JUNE 7th, 1920, has decided to keep the farm. This sale will not be made as BEGIN Public Sale I will on FIGHT ON "T. B." NOW Every Live Stock Owner Should Dceit Campaign Inaugurated to UNION BANK & TRUST CO. Agent, Edward CIcmmons. famili Mr Saturday, June 12th. AT 2:30 P.M. in the ' Eradicate Tuberculoid. (Prepared l,y tho t'nlte.1 Btatt of Agriculture..) Depart-mrn- t BRYANTS VILLK Mi- Lett.i liradlu. in uitr ill Mr Mitchell Ijtne were in Panville ihopfHnK Stature!1 . Mil Marie Cy of KlrturilW it vis it ng trr aunt, Mr. It. I. ilurton. Mri Martin UrKM wni the guest at Ilaurne. rf relative hut Thu Mr .'"I rdy l the gtimt of her aunt, Mr. E. A. Km of Mim Tlietun I.ox-ngto- n Vooii Mr ami Mr. I.oui Mitchell of Jacksonville Pteridn w the gueH of Mr and Mr. N. T (J row anil family. Heit V.' C. Hurley Tobacco Ijind' It will pay to uic it. Ferttltrcr HUDSON Mr AND FA UNA U., John Huffman ef Harrodo-bur- g tpent a few dajrn lnt week the gutst of Mr. It. I). Wood and family. Mim Myrtle Campbell. Mm. Clint 1111" ami daughter, are the guct of Mr a.." Mr. StulUr.l Hill at Ver-raill- et nd Mn. II. H. Italcemb, .Mr. Klian O Kennedy, Mb an Margnrtt HoMnwwi were Danville (hopper .Saturday. I'rof Tboroa II. (irintcr returned to hi home in CatHz after teaching itvcrat month in the IlryanttviUe High School, Metdame J. Megan Dallard, II. A. Dawet, U. M. Mordant), Mitte Amy nml Z'llnh Pnwc were Danville vis-it- Mr M ln Mr Saturday ml Mri John Jackion and! f Iluuine were the guest of French color combination of pink and Mm Martin Ilroll and fam lavender being lovely. Mr. Howily Ut Sun.l. ling a asuiited in entertaining by Mr. jtnd Mr. Diive Itankin mid her daughter, Mr. David Itankin, Jr. I)urin; the ufteriioon, u gueing con-twfamily. Mr. and Mr. J. II. Kdwnrd "A Love Story" wn enjoyed. and family, Itev. (5. S. Conant and Mayme llullard having nil the family attended the commencement Ml ntiswer correct wai presented n pret.xerciec nt Wilniere, Sunday. Dclic-io- u ty hanJmnde handkerchief. Mr and Mr. Courtney Itohert. refreshment of ice cream, itrnw Mr. Smith Thomas of Indiannpid a berries nnil nngel food cake were Ind., iml Mr. K. F. Wilson of Mun-c- ie erved. Quite n good crowd wni I Mr. nnd Mr. Jame ilutchi-to- preent and nil hail n mart plcainnt were Sunday KUeita of Mr. John time. Quite n neat lum wai realized. Campbell and family. Thete "Silver Ten" are mot delighU Mr. and Mr. Noah .Mnrnce Jr., en- ful nir.ilr and arc adding quite to the building fund of the tertained a number at dinner Sunday thtme present being Mr. nnd Mr. MM new Mcthodst church. Carter of Huckeye, Mr. and Mr. Cha Mnrsce of Danville, Mr. and Boost. Mr. Jobc Mariec Mim Mayme Lee Italian! will go to I!Ht your city, boot your friend; Lexington Friday to attend the IliifMt the lodg6 that you attend itoott the itreet on which you're Alumnae Luncheon at Ilnmiltoii dwelling, , Saturday. She will pend sev eral ilwy with lt Marguerite Wool- - Koott the goodi that you are telling, Ilmut the people round about you, folk before returning home. They can get along without ou Mr. J. C. William nnd Mi Klizn Hut succe will quicker find them ' Ion were hotee to the W. C. T, If they know that you're behind U. Friday afternoon at the home of them. Mri. Wittlom. It being ".Mother Hoont for every forward movement interesting program wni Day" n Iloot for every new improvement, rendered by iuitc a number ef the Hoost for the man for whom you member. labor, Mr, (i. A. Howling was hotteis on Hooit the stranger nnd the neighbor. Bull In Advanced Stage Cease to be n chronic knocker, Thuriday uftcrnoon at her lovely Tuber. home for the "Community Cense to be a progre culoil. blocker, Silver Ten" For the occasion the If you'd make your city better, of the animal were n fleeted with tu Hooit it to the final letter. houie vm attractively decorated with nereuion. wiiicli eventually were pink rosea and lavander iri. The Hagology. freed from It nnd afterwards main talned In a healthy condition. ar it n-- n Col-leg- e, owner nrp rnnicMiy re-- 1 to wnlt until tin suites! und government come Intol their Incnlltlo to erndlcnte tuhcrcu-losll. It would not hi' IMixslhle Indeed, nt ihUftng.. to undertake u.. nuiicnte tuherenlo! frmn the live Mock of the United State solely through organized , oiiiriai force- - eMnbiNbcti by the Pctlvi Matiw nnd the ftdcrnl gov- eriiimnt. The oren over which tuberruinau ha npnmi la too vat. the herd tiNi numeriiu. nnd fund nrv Insultlclent for conducting tbo work m hi extmMve n ptnn .ven though trnirieti veterlrmrian were nmllable In Mitllclent nuinlwr to do th work. Kvery owner tdmild b a party to thl campaign wlilcli lini Inuiigurntiil to ernillciite tulercull. In nltiHt ever)- - locality of the United Staten are veierlnuriarii) capable of rendering- vnluable wnice k to owium In thl great work, mid the cost of eradicating In greatly re- dureil hy rumbiitltic tile dlxeaM- - In It at nee. Vet even in budly herd enidtcatlou ran t); undertaken with turcea. Thert are reconl of ninny tienl. In which three-fourt- i.ne mock queted rim yard adjoining: Rex Garage, on Stanford Of IHV llOUSe 1 Stl'c6t.' Sell all hold . and kitchen Junuture, consisting of One Folding Bed, One Mahogany liGclstcad and springs, One complete r-- - dining room suite, consisting of chairs, table and , iuiliet, One four-burn- er (New Process) oil stove, llve-toc- k One Oak dresser and other things too numerous to mentipn. - llu-ttoc- TERMS made known on day of sale. MRS. J. W. ('apt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. AKER iit sur-burb- Diamond TIRES Squeegee Treacl mmmmmmm M as the owner's tire. It is never sold to car manufacturers as original equipment. If is sold only to car owners who know by experience the superior sen-icfound in Diamonds. you have no Diamond If on your car nOw let your next purchase be a Diamond. It will prove its superiority. Duy biamond Tires and be sure. e THE Diamond Tire is .Modern civilization is popular in at least one respect. It Is becoming n Never try to explain a failure, great aid to the double standard of morality. Your friend know all about it. An exchange says it is less danger, Often the man who never lends nor borrow hasn't the ability to do out to steal whisky than to buy it. So, there, was no information as to either. where it was cached.' Kven the moct hardened political We hasten to Join our brothers of trickster becomes a great man after the press in saying nice things of death. the slain Carranza. We may wnnt liny n horn. DIew it. Mike the tame courtesy when we kick o!T. You will b FISH FOR HOGS n noise for thi tiwn. Want to know who your friends heard. nre? Just let it become known Bureau of Animal Induitry It Making There arc time, however, when that you have a little something Tetta of Material at Protein the wore we learn Ih lens we desire hidden away nnd you will soon learn. Feed for Swine. to know. with the bun au of fish- ' rrie!. tho bureau of nnlmnl Industry of Any mitn with a good Teputatlon the United Stnten depiirtment of acrl-- , enn barrow money, hut it take more culture Is making texts of fishery by- than n rep to pay it back. NOk'EV E iUmi quriitaairti n hog feed. product For hercrnt ri!irttbr ttrEnr ( j yearn these bureau have been study- t Wr Cuntinzn :n his grnve at Trtlrr. Kincofm. Urn, ru oofl tmmt diKwri;j w Ing the use of fish meal n n protein if a trcnchoroL and flriitn', ru.cI oihrr Unlnn'i failfi. I feed for swine nnd the product hn Hunt'tSltha. rtlicvrJ bun. there is a risibility of dfdt of tucb cam. You ran't to tank !iitnn. something like j been found equal Bark return to normal c" lo.t oa ourTry ll our age, or wmen mo tuppiy m innucqunie. at ilik Cua.anla. Me-jcA IUDAT PH(7JCal lltirlnf tlin Inst flttr-n-l vinr n niu nnitl ditl n ill ' STORMES DRUC STORE. net known on shrimp bran was led. The result of too with It ns rntntinrcd Willi tlih menl were fovora- I ble, the remnlmter of the ration being shelled com and middlings. Cracks at Creation. :o fc"l .11 high-grad- e Anj tud-'t'ia- 's PUREBRED HOGS PROFITABLE D At Least Twice a Much Should Realized From Breeding Stock as Thete for Msrket. known breed l'urebred hogs of any of the well are more protltoblu than grade. A nt least twice as muct1 should bw reullziHl from the sale ol breeding stock as from market hogs The purebred hl.o nre generally bet' ter feedem than the grade. That it they will make better gains for the feed consumed. TO DOG OWNERS. 1st. Adjuitmtnt Dalit 0,000 m!lt for CorJi 6,000 mt!n foe Ftltia RIGHT AGE TO BREED GILTS Ssme Breeder 2nd. Dogs should have been licensed by Some breeder prefer not to breed the first of the year. ubout fuurtevc a gilt uutll she 3rd. Dogs which are not licensed by July months old, so that her tint Utter It produced when she In approxlmatel) will be eighteen months of nge, und flio ll 1st will be killed and owner or keeper farrow L'vcr' k'x tM Prosecuted, for failure to comply with the law. ttmTeatfS.,c 4th. It is the duty of eyery THREE STOCK FUNDAMENTALS; citizen to report unlicensed dogs in his or her Feeding, Breeding and Care Are Bl( community. Factor In Production of AniI Walt Until Animal Fourteen Months Old Aim for Two Litters Yearly. a dog- - It is the duty of the owner or keeper of to procure a license for his or her dog. law-abidi- ng mals of Quality. The tiirco fundamentals Id llvo-itoproduction are feeding, breeding tuu tare, with n btnmg emidm! on fevd Ing. because good ftedlng builds tin frame work, produce good show anl mala und make good record. TO DEPUTY SHERIFFS. Wm. MARSEE, Lancaster, Ky If you find a dog tlint tins no license tag on him, find tho name of his owner, or keeper, and if he will not procure n.li- ccnio , froin the County Clerk, IMMEDIATELY, so at once lo the County Judge or Justice of the Peace and get a warrant DANGER IN STANDING WATER for the owner or keeper of the dog. One Sheriff down in the State has been indicted 135 Sheep and Cattle Should Be Kep times and I am told had to pay $900. for failing to take up dogs Away From Stagnant Pool on Account of Olieai Germs. that had no license tag on them. Standing wuter should never bo al lowed to retauln where sheep and cat tie can Kt free access to It, a ll! Hlwuyft has some kind of CImsio treed In It, and results In thu .nc genu A. K. Walker, lrs of Mo-- crrpnll. I SHERIFF OF GARRARD COUNTY. V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 3, 1 920 JUNE CLEARANCE I Begins This is our Annual June Clearance Sale and as usual during this Sale we will offer everything in our store at REDUCED PRICES, for this SALE ONLY. THIS MEANS TAILORED SUITS, DRESSES. DRY GOODS, Thursday, June 3A COATS. WAISTS. SKIRTS. GOODS, CORSETS. UNDERWEAR. HOSIERY. ETC. 5? SILKS. LINENS, WASH NOTIONS, COTTONS. SILVERWARE. BLANKETS. All this merchandise is the best of its kind-bou- ght be replaced at the sale prices. for the very best trade and cannot TERMS CASH DRESS SILKS. Remember that our stock of Silks was bought Inst year nml has been sold all season at last Winters prices, and then notice the reductions we offer from these "under the market" prices Shirting $3.25 Finest Stripe Crepe de Chene was $5.00 $3.25 Finest Stripe Silk Broadcloth was $5.00. $2.95 Fine Pin Stripe Shirtings was $4.00. $1.95 Choice Satin Stripe Shirtings were $3.00, Georgettes $1.95 Choice nil Georgettes that sold at $3.00 $2.65 Choice nil Georgettes that sold at $4.00. $3.70 Very finest and heaviest Georgette was $5.00. Crepe De Chenes. $2.25 Crepe de Chenes that sold at $3.00. $2.95 Crepe de Chenes that sold at $4.00. $4.50 Heavy Sinbad Crepe that sold at $5.75 Fan-Ta-Si No Goods on iior Approval Exchanged. REDUCED TAILORED SUITS Reduced ONE THIRD. SPORT COATS HALF PRICE SILK SKIRTS Reduced ONE THIRD . SILK DRESSES. Reduced ONE THIRD. WOOL SKIRTS Reduced ONE THIRD SILK PETTICOATS ONE FIFTH. FLEUR BLOUSES 1 DE LIS HAND MADE REDUCED 20 PER CENT TRICOTINE DRESSES SPECIALS 85c Chimosa Nainsook 10 yard piece for $6.50. 75c Shyna Nainsook 10 yard piece for $5.50. G5c Long Cloth 12 vard piece for $5.95. 75c Plain Flnxon 59 cent. C5c Nainsook 10 ynrd piece for $4.95. HALF PRICE.. OVER ONE HUNDRED TWO DOLLAR WIRTHMOR WAISTS AT 98c. LADIES FURNISHINGS. "During this Sale we will offer our entire stock of Gossard Corsets, Warners Rust Proof and Rcdfern Corsets, Silk Stockings, Gloves, Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, Glove Silk Underwear, Crepe de Chene and Phillipino Underwear, etc At Reduced Price. Skirting. Fan-ta-si SPECIAL LOT OF FOUR STYLES OF MUNSING UNION SUITS IN $1.50 QUALITIES AT 98c. CHOICE OF ONE HUNDRED JACK TAR MIDDIES 98c. SILVERWARE Finest quality of Plated Silver made by Alvin Stark and George Washington patterns. The very best plated silver. All kinds of Knives, Forks and Spoons nt a discount of 20 Per Cent. Mfg. Co., in the Molly skirting that sold at $11.00 skirting that sold at $10.00. skirting that sold at $7.00. $4.95 yard for Fan-ta-Beldings Guaranteed Taffetas $3.95. $7.50 for $.75 yard for Fan-ta-- si si COTTONS AND SHEETS. During this Sale all kinds of Cottons, Sheets, Sheetings, Pillow Cases and Pillow Tubing will be offered nt Reduced Prices. WASH GOODS. Ginghams, Percales, Shirtings, Peter Pan Cloth, Devonshire Cloth, Pepps, Imported Ginghams, Crepes, etc, will be offered at less than present Mill Prices. Sat-teen- s. 8 BATH TOWELS. 68c Extra heavy bleach TurkUh Towel 20x43 inche WHITE GOODS. Plain nnd Fancy Voiles, Organdies, Crepes, Batistes, Swisses, and all other White Dress Fabrics will be offered at REDUCED PRICES. Market vnlue today is $1.00. 55c Heavy Turkish Towels 19 by 42 inches, Market value today is 75c. . BED BLANKETS. We offer nbout thirty pairs of Red Blankets In different qualities from $5 to $18, slightly soiled at 5 Off Last Year Price SUIT CASES AND BAGS. We have just received a line of real leather Suit Cases and Bags, bought some months ago, which are much under the market, but these too will be in this sale nt REDUCED PRICES BEST AMOSKEAG APRON 25 CENTS. STERLING SILVER. During this sale we will ofTer our entire lino of finest Sterling Silver Table Ware of till kinds, Also all Sheffield Piute at Special Reduction. 8 PRINTED VOILES. $1.75 Finest Georgette Voiles now $1.40. 80 cent $1.00 Printed Voiles now 72 cent 90c Printed Voiles now 60 cent Voiles now 75c Printed 40 cent Voiles now 50c Printed HUNDRED FINE SHIRT WAISTS MADE OF GEORGETTES, CREPE DE CHENES, TRICOLETTES, PONGEES AND TUB SILK STRIPES ONE LINENS During this Sale we will oirer our entire line of Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Tnblo Sets, Maderia Hand Embroidered Linens, Linen Lawns, etc nt Reduced Price. AT HALF PRICES. NO EVASIONS EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS SALE WILL BE FOUND EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. OR RESERVATIONS. PRICE CARDS ON EACH STOCK AND ALL GOOD S MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. t Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 3. 1920. G. O. P. RACE IS Eight Pairei THIRTY FIRST TEAR NUMBER 12. THE BEST (a jl) i I CULTIVATOR (fl FARMER -u i men Invests 72 Pounds Of Silver, Savings Of Opinion Grows That Many Years, In Lowdcn And Wood Motor Car. v- iu; the market today. Will Be The Big til ' Contenders. DELEGATES OPEN-MINDE- The importance whieR farmer tach to the liifht commercial car as a ulck haulage means of providing un hrought forcibly to the attei.ti'jr. of a California dealer a short time THE UNIVERSAL CAR I . By Rodney ChwftKO. Dan. It is to your interest to see us before buying (!) 'I1 W BRYANTSVILLE, & Becker rHONt Ballard 27. KENTUCKY. ; i ill ri , . ; WHITE FLOUR Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. President, GEO. O. SPOONAMORE Secretary, C. L. ZANONE W. A. DOTY Treasurer, Miller. V. G. BURCHETT Ex-Servi- ce Men, Join the Americau Legion of this Post. Plumbing and Tin Work 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. 1 m The ItepuliUcan Notional Convention faces nn unprecedentleaden ed situation. to be not only in nctUal control of the convention from the moment thnt the National Committee liejflns to hear the contests for the temporary roll. May 31. hut they hnve gained so many more uninstnicted nml unpledged delegate than they start-e- d out to i:et that they may Unrt thtnmelvM unable to handle aucccs'i- fully their own main Itody, to say nothing of the reserves. For the flrt time since the Initial Itenutilienn Notional Convention of I MOO. there Is nn actual majority of jmnstrueted delegate nbout to sit in ti national convention. The nr- ' idea for on unintructel and dc put out by Mm. rate body of dclceate the Old Guard has been taken at ore than Hi original face vnlue The result now seem to be that the convention wtll be actunlly dcllber utile, and one that the Old Guard not be able to handle, even xa with n Iwlance of power conceded. Down to Wood and Lowden. men atTlrni that (iencr h! Wood cannot obtain more than on the first ballot !70 deleeate Colonel Procter, the Wood innnaKcr, however, claims ;!bTi on the first bal lot. Governor Lowden claims from 210 to 'J50. The judgment in Chica co i that Hoover. Johmon and Hard inc are eliminated so far ns the real nriie it concerned, and the construe Hon i rowtnn that there will be no dark horse. The airurcKiite of unlnstructed and unpleded dcUntesrwill U neatly 100 greater than the majority re. quired to nominate, 490. This may be reduced somewhat before the eon vention assembles by the chance of e into actual pledge to one or another of the candidates. Hut it now seems apparent that more will without than &2S of delegate struts and prepared to go through with the general programme that hns been advocated by conservative party leaders ever since the inception of the rnnipnlgn, nnniely, that the national convention he a deliberative body prepared to nominate only a candidate who corv surely be elected by the Itepublicans in November. Convention Ticked At $100 Each. The National Committee meets one to begin hearweek from ing of the contests for places on the temporary roll. 150,000 applications More than hnve been put through all available sources. It ii estimated, for the tickets thnt will be issued for the convention. This is the greatest demand ever known. The following rules govern the issuance of ticket)). "Tin National Committeeman from each State will hnve sole control of the receipt and distribution of nil tickets of each State. Commit "The Chicago tee, through the Chicago chairman, Fred W. I'phum, hns allotted Its mailable tickets solely upon the lms is that a $100 contribution to H e convention expense fund of ll'O 000 emtio tknt subscriper to a t!u to one convention ticket." Old-time np-leAnti-Woonear-promis1.1,-Of- ago. Nurmiin K Hrigg. salesman for the Miller Automobile Co., of Sacramento, called at the home of an Italian farmer and notified him that his new , Dodge Ilrothers Screen Side busmciSj car was ready for him. He was nsk-- , cd to wait a minute while the farmer, got the money. Hriggs wnited exactly an hour and n half, and then was summoned to the backward. There, In the pnv.i , cy of lit arbor and under the careful surveillance of his good wife and the family watch dog, the farmer had laid out the price of the car on two tablet -- all in silver. The coins were all quarter, halves and dollars, pile . $10 in h ttack. When the salesman undertook to check up he quickly understood wly he had been left setting oh the front door-ste- p so lang. It tock him another hour and a half to make sure that he hadn't been bvcrpcid. The price the farmer paid for lus car was 72 pound of stiver A pile of rusty tomato cans told The Ford Coupe with an electric nnd lighting system is one of the most popular members of the Ford Family. It is a permanently enclosed car, with sliding plate glas? windows an open car with plenty of shade. Thcnin inclement weather, enclosed and cory, clust-Frof. and Just the car for traveling sajesmen, physicians, architects, contractors, Imildcrs, nnd a regular family car for tires all two. Dcmountablcrimswith 3j-inaround. To women it liringi the convenience self-startiof rain-prooch and comforts of theclcctric with the durability andeconomy of the Ford car. Early orders will avoid long delays in delivery. Haselden Bros Garage, We are not interested in any cars, a, 17 except the Ford. I y.H ' f the story of years of savirg, prob. ably one or two cans at a time. But the smile and words of ation thnt acconianied delivery jf the car left no doubt that the farn ir and his wife felt sure they wcr r aktr.e a ive investment. A subsequent call by the snlettnon found the farmer even more delighted than before. He was using the car to carry his produce to Sacramento in about h the time formerly consumed, and had already found that he no longer needed an extra man to help him on the farm. Advertisement. one-tent- ,.t THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R. DEN'NV. President. S. C. DENNY, Cashier Surplus i30,000. J. E. STORMES, Book-keeper. Book-Keepe- Vice-Pre- it C. M. THOMPSON, r. Teller. J. R. HARRIS, Indlvldunl HUGH MOBLEY, General Rheumatism Relief -- 25c. Msture'e Rtmsdy (MR Tektsts), Hailing Tneuesnda Wht Trl.d Thlnts Without Rsswlt. It's Guarantee'. Arm WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinetroad, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M; Elliott, Directors. of There are three ltal human existence. the digestion of th xlroclloa of nourishment from It and the elimination or watte. Poor digestion and assimilation means failure to derive full nourtih-laefrom footl anil that In turn otun means Impoverished blood, weakness, ancmti, etc, I"oor elimination means on accumulation of waste matter which poisons the body. loners vtUllty. decreases tho power of resistance to disease and leads to tho detcWpmtnt cif many serious Ills. Itheumatlnn. due to some Interference with the proccna of elimination, failure to Ret rlJ of certain body poisons, cannot tx elprrted to yield to any medicine that falls to correct the condition responsible for It. Could nnr rrasonstilo person esprct to rid lilmseir of rheumatic pain as lone as rheumatic poison Is allowed to remain In tho body. Think of this. It explains the success of Nature Remedy (Ml Tablets) In so many rases where other medlclnea bao failed. Thousands sro mine Nit Tablets every day and getWhy pay nve or tan ting relief. times as inurh for uncertain thlnctf A Sc lox t'f Nature's Remedy INU Tablets), containing enoueh tj last trnty-nvdas. mutt help you. must clva you prompt relief and satisfactory lunrnt or cost you nothlnc Nature's Remedy Is not only lor It the relief of rhrumatltm. dliretllon. tonct the liver, regulates kidney and IkiwcI action. Improves thH blood nnd cleanses tha yttrm. You've trli-- tho cxpenslvo medicines nnd doctors, n' make lh real test You'll Ret results Ibis time. Jutt try It. Nature's Remedy tNH UuX Tablets) Is sold. guaranteed recommended Ly -- ur d.Ufglst. McROUERTS DRUG STORE. rood. nt es d rroes HsIlH don't wait until the paint wears off and the wood start to crack and rot. It is for cheaper to protect it with a coat or two of ttruiMtMJi Don't neglect that barn of yours FREE "Hornet H to i'alnt them." Atk your H or writ Jcale 1 PEASLEE- Paint BMk I H H ami I low - It resists all wenther condition and kcern It color. PttCt Dam Paint spreads freely and hee srtairtt covering rapacity. It Is backtJ br mora than Wly rere reputation anj will (Ira you longest service at forest cot. CAtXnERT CO. I H tetrrssUrl LoulaMe, Ky. TWi A Pre Cce Pikl hoAid For Ererr nwye HcROBERTS DRUG STORE. rM?-TABCfLTS-N- ?e4 GIVING OUT CH-ixe- n The Lasl Veteran. Shoes ut fourteen dollars, Suit nt sixty Hat; Quarter ench for collars, Phone 254. c.d. McCarthy Join The American Legion. The Struggle Discourages NJany a of Lancaster. Around till day with nn aclilnc back. Seven bucks a hat Can't rent ut nlslt; Overcoats n hundred, KaouRh to make any onu "kIvo out," Milk two dimes n bowl, Ikuna Iftdni-t- ' Pills aro hulpluc Swiftly nre we sunderwl your neighbors! thousands. Ask From our banking roll. Ttiey ure for kidpey backueho; stealthily-Coiswallowud Highballs And other kidney Ills. U for the wealthy, Hero Is Lutcasler proof of their liurlt Half a bone a nip Mrs. Joo Turner, sotU-- n Are., aayst So' the railroad trip. "A few years ago my kidney got out Sodas gone to double, I full of order and I had backaches, Tax on movie shows. dull and languid and tired easily. My Figuring' no trouble kidneys acted Irregularly, too. A Where the money goes. friend told me of Doon Kidney Pills and I bought some at Htornuts' Drug Kent up availing, Smokes a nickel rise. Storo. They rid me of tho backache and put my kidney In good order " Car fares extra rating, Prico 00c. at til dealer, Iont Added jit for pies; simply ask for a kidney remedyget War-timscale are noble, Itoan's Kidney Pills the same that Sherman ranp the bell-W- hen a Co.. Mr. Turner bad. do we demobilMfr., UutTalo, N. Y ize the II. C. L.T 40 or 50 FARMS f FOR f SALE OR EXCHANGE. If you want to Buy n Farm clianjre n Farm ace Sell u Farm or Ex. W. T. KING The Auctioneer and Real Estato Man. R. F. D. No. 1. e LANCASTER, KY. Koster-MUbur- 'Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 3, 920 1 Imtsslooer of New York, Dr. Copelaed. the other tide Just to measure the dimecr and take precaution ncalnst such nn Invasion. Thin Ik one ineiince nt our threshold. The other, morw thrvntcntnx, wore III Ik the tneiinco of the world' Wc Must Aid by Extending will. We cnti nfTord to lle, lint to le despised forctvr ni n greedy ami plnir-- i Credits, Says Davison. Isnlcal tin I Ion la a fute that we muM HOW EUROPE CAN ' ESCAPECOLLAPSE ter-rllil- e, Ready Acquiescence. "You haven't cxphlncd how yoti happened to have these chickens In your HMcton." nld n mnglstmt sternly to the prNencr "t'se trying to (live me time," think, yer worship. replied the prisoner. "I will, fourteen dnysP Excellent Lcalc llfwMnd Here playing litgeiher nteHy when tMftilv ltvn. Him! her trrnper and ' M Harriett) iim! Hh ddls ewetl.v what" 1m ilmHtlit tf thw. 'Ilnrt1eth Ut el emvely un- Milk From Ccconuts. AJong the Orange rlvei natives have an Ingenious way of prodnclng "fnllk." After cuttlnc the top froiss a coconut they plncelt over ashes so that the warmth may cause the fat and "but tcr" contained In tho husk to be absorbed by the milk; this changes thi milk's quantity and gives It a palatable nut Incur. The French Government tins many serious prtthlrm to totve, hut the In working and Krvtich European Ruin Would Involve French feasant while still sadly the In artisan, need of raw materials, has not lost hi AmericaStarvation and lml.lt or Industry and tlirut. Tlie must Disease Rampant. cncnurnsinii fact abnnt France today Is tint her people art- - alive to the seDes Moines, In. SpMiVJne heforo. the riousness of ' Krnnco'a proldem, ntHl f the Methodist floncrnl Conference tlxey are going forward hrnvely to KdscnHil Church. Menry I. Parlson, solve i tint prohhtti. chairman of tho Hoard nf (Inventors Italy, despite her great shortage of of the League of Kh Crtsi Societies, ' raw material. Is looking forvtnrd ami Mil: not Imckward. Italy can he relied As chairman of the Convention of upon to do her pnrt I Cross Societies. composed of Itcd Kncland In meeting the problem of untlon of twenty-seve- n recvntuicthti Jujt ns thoe who knew I nm cusHint met recently In Oenovn. iihoulil huvo expected her to her todian of ntiihorlfntlve reports recordmeet them. s amnns ing appalling condition Plan to Aid Central Europe. of people lit Ins; In eaMcnt Hu- It Is not for me perhaps to clvo In rope, " fl',,n",n for Mlutlon One of the most terrible tragedies In I a the history of the human raro Is helng world's Ills, hut ns have heen sited many times, "What would you do?" I enacted within the hroad Ml of tcrrl-tcrlying between the Ilaltlc and the am clad to glee 1 my own answer. Accordingly, would ask : lllark and Adriatic Seas. 1. That Congress Immediately pass new Ilaltlc This area Includes the the a hill appropriating n sum not to ex States Poland. of for the Ukraine. Austria. Hungary. Itoumanla. ,ra nml "". Albania nnd Serbia. Tlin Congress ca "Pn the 1'res-I- t The reports which come to us make I' npjmlnt a nnnilltlcul clear that In these warrnvnged f three Americans, civilisation has broken down. ilhcd for their character and exec-arbereavement and suffering 'v ability " commanding the present In practically every house- of the American people. Such while food and clothing nre In-commission should Include men of sufficient to make life tolerable. Mr. "' JIo of tlenerat Men, women and children are dying or "tary Une. I would by thousands, arfd over vast once-clvlthat commission with complete Hied areas there nre to he found ne. thcr, medicinal nppllances nor tneillcal I,ow't'r- 1 wnl commission ll!v" skill sufficient to copo with the devns- structed to proceed at once, accomimplaeues. by pwiwr iH'ronnol. to survey Wholesale starvation Is threatened In I'olnnd this summer unless she can conditions In (Vntrnl nnd Ibistem Hit rope and then act for tho restoratlim procuru food supplies In large quantiof thoe countries under such condities. There are. now approximate!? 250.000 cafes-o- f typhus In I'oland nnd tions and upon such terms as the ltelf may declile to !c prnctl-cablIn the area occupied by 1'ollsh troop. ami effective. Among the conWorst Typhus Epidemic In History. Im provided that there This Is already one of the worst ty- ditions hhould phus epidemics In the world's history. should he no local Interference with In finllcla whole towns arc crippled the fre and untrammell exercise by and business suspended. In some dis- the mminlsslon of Its own prerogative tricts there Is hut one doctor to each of allocating materials. Governmental politics should be eliminated : unrea l&O.dOO eople. m " J'"'J r,:" oamers in-In the Ukraine, wc were told, typhus ttriwn Inn mnntrln Timitil lu. and Influenza have affected most of the removal, and such sulmtantlal guaranpopulation. tees as may he available should be exA report from Vienna, dated Tehru-arIn order that the conditions Im12, said: "There are rations for acted three weeks. Death stalks through the posed should he fulfilled. 4. As to financial terms, I should streets of Vienna and takes unhindermake them liberal. I would charge no ed toll. lludapest, according to our Informa Interest for the llrt three years; for tion, Is one vast city of misery and the next three years, fl per cent, with suffering. The number of deaths Is Provision that such Interest might be double that of births. Of the 100,000 funded If the economic conditions of children In the schools, lOO.OOO arc de- the country were not approaching norpendent on public charity. There are mal, or If Its exchange conditions were so adverse as to make payment un150.000 workers Idle. Typhus and smallpox have Invaded duly burdensome, I should make the obligation 15 years the four countries composing Czecho- - maturity of the T0 li JaIe-- an, 1 l,ouM ,,a,re no Slovakia, and there Is lack of medl-,n " Dno' PTroeni. "ouul clnes. soap and physicians. 5- - Immediately tho plan was adopt-agaiIn Serbia typhus lias broken out I I would have our government and there nre but 200 physicians minister to tho n ceils of that entire I T"e "1C' governments In a position ,0 participate In tho undert0 country.. . . in nontcnecro. wnerc rooi is run-- tnblhn 0. To set forth completely my opin nlng short, there nre but five physi ion, I should add that In tho final Incians for a population of 450,000. people, structions tho American America Overflowing With Riches. Returning to the United States a through their government, should say to tho commission: few weeks ago with nil these horrors "We want you to go nnd do this Job ringing In my cars, I found rojM-l- f In such a manner as, after study, you once more In a land whose granaries ,Ion This - nn -v - ., ..-..were overflowing, wnere neaiin nnu ' ordinary undertaking. The American . iir nn.i e ,hat ' ot activity and eager enterprise were In J right the full flood. I would also say to the commission I asked myself: "What If this plague "Use so much of this money as Is In the great terand famine were here Personally, I am ritory between the Atfautlc seaboard neeled." tho assistance and confident valley, which that with and the Mississippi which would come from other roughly parallels tho extent of these tlon parts of the world the sum of JSOO, ravaged countries and that (VsOOO.OOO 000,000 from the United State would of our own people condemned to Idlehe more than enough to start these ness by lack of raw material and countries on their way to self support whose fields hsd been devastated by nnd the restoration of normal condiInvasion and raping were racked by tions, j pestilence nnd If we starvation and The whole plan, of course. Involves had lifted up our voices nnd Invoked many practical considerations the tho nttentlon of our brothers In hap- most serious of which Is that of otc pier Kurope to our own deep miseries lalnlng the money, whether by Issuing and our cries had fallen on deaf ears. additional Liberty bonds,vnn Increase would we not In our despair exclaim J In the floating debt or by taxation. against their heartlesinesst Hut I think wejrould preperly say to Only Three Ways to Help Europe. the treasury department: There are only three ways by which "Wo know how serious your finan supthese stricken lands can secure cial probWsns nre; we know the dtfll plies from the outside world. One Is cullies which are Immediately con by payment, one by credit, and thei fronting you; we know the Importance third is by exchange of commodities., 0f jeflaUon. and we know that the gov-I- f these copies tried to buy materials ; ttnmfnl must economize and that supplies In America at the present ,jivfduntss must economize, but we also market value of their currencies Aus know int ,,, American B0Terninent trla would have to pay forty times the ajvgncflv 1 10,000,000,000 to Its allies orlglna.l Cost. (Sermuny thirteen times. vclory nn, ,,caco. Certain 0 Greece Just double. Czechoslovakia j ,t u ,vortn ,uaklng the addttlonul fourteen times ana roianu nny times. njTnnce n order to realize the pence These figures are official and aro n for which we have already struggled, true ludex of the economic plight of for nothing Is more certain than that these countries. until normal conditions are restored In It Is clear, therefore, that they can Europe there can be no peace." rsot give us gold for the things they i Above all things, I would say that ' must have, nor have ther elthvr tirod- whatever action fs taken should be or securities to offer In return for taken Immediately. Tho crisis Is so uctf credit If only they could obtain raw acute that the situation does not ad' material which these Idle millions of mil of delay, except with tho Vosslblli-t- y thelra could convert Into manufactured one hardly dare of consequence products they would have something to contemplate. '."..,--. ..... tender the world In return for Its raw pprrau uui I fnafpHftl. fofxt ami miMllrln. tint If i ilie siiuniion mat .t. naic ... i...n nrre is lur iiwjuim iiiq ui iuui- vldual charity. Only by the action of uow are mey to ibkm mis nrsi great COrernments. our own and the others step towards redemption whose resources euable them to One-hal- f the worhl may not eat can uld bo given In sufficient while Ibe other half starves. How vjjlume. I urn also confident that our lone do you believe the plague of tyaction would be followed by the gov phus that Is taking a hideous death emmcnts of (treat Itiitaln, of Holland, toll In Rsthonla and Poland and the of tho Scandinavian countries, of Ukraine and eating along the fringes Spain and Japan, und that France and a will llelglum and Italy, notwithstanding all of Germany and ceefiae Itself to these remote lands? of ihelr tosses, would help to the beat Only last Saturday eur health com of their ability. GRAVE MENACE TO U. S. A. it tall-lion- ' ;: y Cecho-Slovnkl- aMV " M ''" l'ln Im com-land- s dlstln-Diseas- e 1 "vr nt - I e Honor Welsh Patrcn Saint. In iJniTii'irtM'' M,,r i'i I lept a a Iwi'lday I'ttii si IhmM. tlie intinm J mli.t nf Wnlt In Metlf-- j wIhi ri'iili-thr-ca ixi- - ular rly ihhih til lloalln.l wh awl thrn r!ii wlrteh "Mi.thi-r- , aldhe an ln!i.. nf idler! mete WiiitftM the Cote Itiwlitnl stt fH ? nehter lehh- - to ssty Mtefc ' qoenir. Henry II ami IMward I went lhlpe WHsM-- " t' th pMC. T pftrtniars to il'i ls wen- - eiienni.nljr resjanle'l as Hi. of ini Herlma(c to Cherry Tree's Heme. KernMiti In Al M!nor l tho hmae Home. the eherry ttw. Whrti iln llnan Sslvederten Ctef atta'ns. Feneral l.eiltit, after n vtetnrlus r f ThW pwpv ctetimte rnmimlgti In Aln Minor, carried lmtsH the hoots of a new tree he Mmetl It Marrti IA a u in "tax 'n hotter nf n i4evtetl iret-den- t he KrnMH trw. Ijitor the name era! Hamrnii ntt Asmrli-in jstui nt he vas Wrtttteil to "ICamss." thin to an fiileratlmi In !vu h "t'ortse" i. ml rtnully th- - Anrt-Saxi tnsirrei'tteti aatilti't the federal tmijttie Invntvtxl the wmril "eherry." a riinlu-tlnHi in Sahmhir in i ntirt In IMS'ln (Nista In (iMeU-mn'Cultivated Chistnuts. - pie nf .Mitvadnr also allfnriilai. tre wnnderins lllen. Thf ltelher the crtmltis af the wfet celetirate M.irrli I as a hnlhlay. h In mit idllii.l in lv cf he .ixnlHg lultitrie if i!h inlH Th Csrly United Stattt Coins. iplwwraiKv iC it ttt rmi f Tho ottlce of l tic illrifter of tin mint us i in- nf IV city nf tts that the carllent eMh- were by nefif enirn.itn Ann. In orange ronntv. Cull, of April to a ree 'ruin Mtrv.-veeitern 21T1I2. Thl act MiilMiriiiil the manuUltitr tt nt fitet I tie I the a facture of the ten drllar Cold eagle, i futitrv crop fw (Viifomhi msiy rtvul half eagle, 'quarter rele. nml the sil"fore ihmhv yee iu- - nrtn.H al. ver dollar, half .dollar, quarter dellar. tut eipitt. dime and half illn.e. It would he tn state whleti were mlntesl Theujht. they wfc all rtdneil almut the Men fonr tttnesht tlie.e finr with atne time. tag else on earth iixtre imii ruin, Thought l more even than Genuine PolUh. Some subversive nml revdittlnnry, ditnii ate ruty; their ttarsh. Is tire nnd terrible; thmght Is merclhws ungainly tiwiiuT cut iut good In Seme in privilege, estatdlaltt Institution twi nro gilt; a wy bnlliaat eiti-rl- nr and eoMifortable 1.1 Wl: lltmteiit ' thoy preetn, net the first bcuh and lawlwM, inlinretet to earele of th- - wrtMrtwl wH. nml Issrd vgluz rtilw iT the trthttits ili to of the aces. TtwMtght took ln:r) mid nwittls of Itare n.rtal twtmntw. e p "' the pit or hell SIM I U not afntM. Iter-tra- A tWnl etn ' The polh Indeotl Is .mi tlo- - itifltirnrJtMts ercsses Mutsell. ih laoru It H n.ttotl of hienian the lirtehtw It m . Art Critic. em. llsrrlftli and It I i - mt i 'f Mil-io- U-- n utMel n n nf r.niil d Unlets Oltl.Tiae, Obsolete Tresl. rate that it ludlcapr a conitant taeat It DlitardeJ. You muit accept the Iraclilngi of iclcncr, which shows that to Ret Doulitlen iluting the mild sum rid of any diieaic, you muit treat mutt direct mtr months you have enjoyed II at its lourcc, you removing its some relief from the diieaic. he yonr tllotlt toward inlbm-natio- n of being satisfied inttcad ciutc there i always less during cauie,flight with temporary relief from of the membranes the summer, but do not make the id symptoms. You muit rout out miitake of thinking thai your Ca- from your blood the millions of tarrh i gone, for the very fifit tiny cermt which cautc Catarrh, to raw, damn, wintry day, the delicate that there can he nn more Inflamlinings of the membranes will be- mation of the note and throat, and gin to apain become irritated and choked up natal pauaRei that tore, the air nattascs will begin ' make breathing difficult and pain- f a rlnt. nn Anil istfin vml tvlll find fttl that your old enemy it ttitl with' SS.S. the fine old lhod remedy. vou. with a firnduh intention olihat elven si'lentlut retuut in tne making the winter as full of dit raiment of Catarrh, and you will comfort at ever. be delighted with its clfcct on your What arc you Koinjr to do about rate It so purinci ami It? If you have lud the diieaic j (,e Mood, that disrate germt are for any length of time, the chancet eradicated, hence when the germs are that you have tiled enough lo- nf your Catarrh arc eliminated cal rcmcdiet to convinc you that from the blood, you are on the there it no cure for you in this right road to a permanent ridGo to method of treatment Arc you go- dance from the diicate ing to drag through another win- your drug ttore, and get a bottle ter hawking and spitting and of S. S S. to day and begin the real spraying constantly in an effort rational treatment that will give to undog the stopped up air pass- real retultt. ages to that you can get your If you will write our medical debreath for awhile, knowing- that partment, we will take pleature in thcie accumulation! will Imme- giving intlructiont regarding the diately reappear or are you going treatment of your own particular to diteard thit makethift treat- case. Addrrts Chief Medical Ad- ment, and uie a little Intelligence Iter. IS Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. in an effort to get rid of thit dit- - Ca. Little Hope of Relief of For Victimssuch anCatarrh annoyance and iintr - Hi.-tn- :i20. 1920. flrt.s "AUTO ZOMBRO" 2.02i The fattest stallion that ever made a teasen in Gatrard County. tllr hatvr "Auto Zombro" obtained b.s record f J 0.'t at Mlrwattl.ee, Wisconsin, Sept. 11, 1910. Sired by 7.embro 2.11 he by MeKlnney 3.11H. Ham Trtxy by Conifer, lie kt n red bay. 1S Hand hierti, toaasi, a s;ead Vreester atntl a sure fsvsl getter. WM1 asnke the present teAsen at !(. A nunisl Tllum. ssini'el 'rf In I'rueklyn h. $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. mi a tijr y nun ir.tni-ll.i.A traveling Hium ,,f hsi t.tuiir-- ) Will alM itnaJ a Jack at J 10.00 to in.ur. A Nest will be reat studio leti tu n g.'ifftp of sertHtilMblMt Xtt4rww In Wsieflwi, bis "After all. ihrre are bnt n lu.U I in lhi. ! the rt'Ms tained on all celts until season money it paid. .Vet respetMlUe far accidents. thrt-great jia'Mters T.tliiH. Till' f.,',,-r- . o in. u.)Hn. and nil t tuThis stock will make the season of 1920 at my stable near the Lexington and Ttltnn." 'VIhii the iwratk rn i,linit- - nf VKtiHin Tlire- - ilajs y. Storey, i .ts to Mr V. his flnal nlHlleniion Ih wrote for Pike, on the Itout I.sne belw the Ferk Church i Julian mother i,f :he einmi-n- t mry from Maintain n wllih !n- fu Storey, stie cxcla, ml "Well, the only -l books on Ainerl'n himself and "ii- ' i ll tho 'Aun tlilnc I ' n w ! i iiu.tm.irt's a collection of the ROBERT R. FOX, ' thin of Titian is .issf n.",nn of .M 'l.i'uir (lie U-- t dlctumil Tdtnn," Bryantsville 1'hi ne I VNTASTFK. KES'Tl'CKY. ti try S fill lu r nt-r. ;i- fi a Napeleon's Outlet ef ftv!lt gd 1 ' " n ; In-t- o 307 Acres OF 1 ' MERGER COUNTY AT LAND i.j 1 i., ? PUBLIC 1-- AUCTION As agent of Edward Clemmons, wc will offer at Public Auction on at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of the Mercer County Court House at Harrodsburg, a farm containing 307 4 acres, eight miles from Harrodsburg on the Eldorado and Dugansville pikes, known as the Brown & Powell farm. This land is well improved, large frame residence, tobacco barn, stripping room and under good fencing. All except about One Hundred Acres in small' ' . grain and grass. ' TERMS of purchase price on date of sale, 3 per cent on March 1, 1921, without interest. The remainder to be paid in three equal payments in one, two and three years with six per cent interest from March 1, 1921, payable at which time possession will be given. -- Monday, June 7th, One-tenth 1-- d ( 3 - semi-annuall- y n. ' Union Bank & LEXINGTON, Trust Go. AGENT, EDWARD CLEMMONS. KENTUCKY. Czecho-Slovakl- The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 3, 920 1 2 Splendid AT Farms' THE It. A. RAWUNGS FARM & J. A. BANDY FARM SHEEP mm JaVjnJ17aVJ.L SCABIES ERADICATED More Than Ten Million Dippings Made by Employee of the Depart ment of Agriculture. In the work nf eradicating sheejj scabies from the t'nlted Stati em ptoees of ilit 1'nlted Stnti- - dej.irt ment of ngrleiilture mnde mnn' tl.nn IKi mlllliiii lii'ixrlloriM nnl stipen.vd more I tin ii tun million dipping ilitr Ing tin- - Inst flral yenr. The work with win conducted Iti No rn.e of sheep state ottlclnl. are now known to exist In Mnfitmm or North Dakota. In nddl tlon to numerous Sillier states where thf riWease hml ircTlouly been rradl rated, In Idaho n spread of the In AUCTION SALE ON THE SAME DAY Tuesday, dune 8th, THE RAWLINGS FARM AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. THE BANDY FARM AT TWO O'CLOCK, P. M. THE RAWLINGS FARM 119 Acres In Casey County, on Caney Creek, Gravel Switch and Rolling Fork Pike, miles South of Gravel Switch. Kvury- hotly knows the productiveness of Itultinir Fork land. Four room cottnjre, room tenant house, stock barn, tobacco barn, concrete milk house, all out buildings with onch house .Vouiik orchard of 50 tree. Straw berries and other small fruits. i!1 acres in tobacco, 18 acres in corn, balance grass and hard wood timber. Well watered and fenced. d Will be sold without reserve, or limit. AN ABSOLUTK SALE. Koinember Che time, 10 o'clock. THE DANDY FARM IfiO acres in Marion County near Aliceton, one quarter mile North of Danville and Lebanon VIVv, between Hroomficld and Gravel Switch. This is tobacco land, sandstone land ; gives the color and weight to tobacco, 7 room frame dwelling, good stock ami tobacco barn combined, all necessary Tobacco on this farm last year averaged ninety-tw- o cents. r acres in tobacco, IB acres in corn, 10 acres for oats, 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 e'ther of these farms is sure to sell at a prolH before he has to pay for them. Remember Swinebroad is the only real estate man who universally advertises no and he ALWAYS SELLS itist as advertised. Look over these farms before the sale. Remember the TIME ami the DATE. The Rawlings AFTER the Rawlings sale we will Farm will be sold at 10 O'CLOCK PROMPT. go to the Randy Farm and sell the BANDY FARM AT TWO O'CLOCK. Both of these farms are 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 It. II. Dever, at Danville, or 1 1 by-bi- Your tobacco will ripen from two to three weeks earlier when set with a Bemis Dipping Sheep for Scabies. fectlon during tin previous year lias been brought under control. Sheep scabies Is ii disease that has been prevalent chiefly In the western part of the United States. Planter SOLD BY in- by-bi- d, W. J. Eomans We have Cutting Harrows at prices that will terest you. See us before buying. KEEPING CATTLE AND SWINE Kit Remains to Be Determined Are Most Common and Paying Propositions. What it rj I S SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The keeping of cattle and of swine appear to hv nlmott Inseparable opera-- ' tlons. This fact Is being brought out I In the returns of the "Hetter Sires ' Iletter Stock" crusade of tho ogrlcul-- i Jural colleges, the tnlted States department of agriculture and Injr agencies. This general practice known, but much more has luotf Ix-e- W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, definite Information Is being gathered, Oirector and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. t THORNHIIX WAGONS ' and the purpose Is to extend It to such an extent as to determine the relation-shipamong all meat animals. If nearly every man who keeps cattle also keeps hogs, and If nearly every man who keeps hog also keeps cattle. the Inevitable conclusion Is that thf combination pays, especially when s Office Phone 18. Kentucky. purebred sires are used. Hut It re main to bo determined what are the promost common and the portions. The same thing applies nine to combinations of cattle and sheep, ot swine and sheep, or cattle nnd sheer and swine. One benefit of the work my will be that It will enable the mnj ot best-payin- g DENMARK $12.00 To Insure A Living Colt. . This splendid bred saddle horse will make the season at place, two miles from Lancaster, on the Buckeye pike at , DENMARK is one of the best bred horses of the Denmark strain thnt has ever stood in this county. He is 16 hands high, solid bay, with fine mnne nnd tnil, splendid action and one ECONOMICAL FEED FOR BEEF of the best saddle horses. At the same time and place I will stand my fine four yenr As 8llage Becomes Better Known old Jack, Feeders Will Better There Is no doubt but Appreciate-It-s final! personal experience to nvall himself of the wide experience of n great number of men In working out the combinations of incut animals that he will carry on hi farm. Feeding Value. 1 thnt silage A Living Colt. $10.00 To un economical feed In the ration nnd us Its value becomes better is by Sy Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by This well bred Jack knoun feeders will better appreciate Its merits. In spite of the fuct.thnt It Dr. McCord and he by Gov. Wood 33. CnldwelPs dam is by Tom Keene he by Rube Billington. Is nn unbalanced feed Itself, it can be fed with one of the highly concen- This Jack is 15-- 2 hands high, black with white points, good trated feedt, such as oil meat or cot- .bone and body. tonseed meal, and iimkes n ration A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. which Is surely hard to beat In fattenIf mare is traded or parted with the money becomes due. Will ing rattle. beef-cnttic CALDWELL Insure comment on the ease with which the wacon can be backed up." Tail it due to the full circle iron. The ordinary circle it but a half circle ( ). In making a sharp turn bolsters often run to the end of the track and become "derailed," Thornhills cannot do this became their track it a circle ( O ). O 'OME Thomhill owners constantly I . iBBBBBBVKJSBBBBBBKBBBVaBJJH "BSSSSSSSBfc CARE OF EWE IS IMPORTANT try to prevent nil accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. F.jmMV aW j Machine Through Which Lamb Will Obtain Qualities to Enabto It to Top Market. CLARENCE BEAZLEY, Phone 325-- R. F. D. No. 3. Lancaster, Ky. Others comment on the fan that In spite of tremendous ovedoadt, Thomhill axles never break. The reason for this is plain. They use touch highland hickory reinforced by a steel truss bar that extends the full length of the ulc. comment that the pears never get out This unusual feature is due to one of their workmen's inventions. 1 le designed a malleable front hound plate bolted to the cears at eight points. It's literally a jacket of iron that hold gears in line and insures licht tunning for life. Still oth-r- s of line. What Is done for the lamb Is not sc Importunt us the cure and liberal feed Ing of the ewe. The ewe mut be re (.unlet ns the machine through whlcr the lamb will obtain the qualities that will enable It to top the markets. 1 From hilly sections come reports that the old trouble of broken king bolts Is unknown among This because owners of Thomhill wagons. uf a cup and saucer arrangement on the bolster, that reHeres the king bolt of strain. To others the amazing feature is the long life of Thomhill beds due to their location which gives them the pick of the yearly anting of wood and due, in pan, to the fact (hat they paint with pure lead and linseed oil despite its high cose Thousands of owners have found in Thornhills unusual strength where they axe accustomed to weakness. Let us show you this perfected wigoa, ), Ims-m- Live Stoci It Is very essential that ewes should bo properly fed. r A can be used to excel lent advantage for fattening bogs and pigs. self-feede- WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Iletter live stock aids the breeds both In direct returns and by gtvlni a locality u favorable reputation. In the cold months many farmers fall to giro the stock enough salt Sail Is a vital part of each animal' ra tlon. W. J. ROMANS. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 3, 920 I it Xei t homo bright and beaut ful with of THE map'ctOLwh chcjPt;adC : .u urniture r 3 scr.. maklnc it loot;. like 'lis J7 ic Ictt the store. It 'n rssy and Inexpcnshc kc.; avcryMlug about the RE-VU-LA- C GARRARDS 97 ACRES SANDSTONE LAND, WELL IMPROVED AT NEED QUALIFIED SHEPHERDS Important That Sheep Raising Be En. csuraged Where' Conditions Are You can obtain the finest results whh I AC on woodwork, wlckerwnrr, picture Iramci, in fact on any surface that needs rcflnlshlnt;. Suitable for (Prtparcd by th AUCTION ON THE PREMISES 'CcRFM' rCeF-! irrm -- II AC corn. In !! in :o tir. luf.l wood ami I mmil olot. bur. dolJ anil MIr. Pcsslre-GaulbeCo., Mfra. M ."c rt LoilivilU Krnluckr A lit Foi Cofot Car J J. on effort Is Ornt prepari-i- l snlil Ir. IL Mnhlcr, rhlt'f nf th hurenu of snltnnl Industry. In nn nddrwt hefor mint or Acricuiiure.) "I nin tint citnvlnnil Unit n rnnipulen to lticrvn the nuiiiticr of siaiill-fnrstocks of sheep Is llior- ouclily lc unlem tli lltttl for such Unit! 8Ut Depart Saturday, June 12th, AT TEN A. M. miles of Lancaster, LOCATION On the Morris D. Lonjr farm. on "Poor" Ridge pike, mile of main or Buckeye pike. Rural route at door and only 4 mile from school. IMPROVEMENTS Consist of dandy two story frame six room dwelling, stock and tobacco barn, right at pike with beautiful frontage and grand view, good pond and everlasting springs. About 20 acres in blue grass, AO acres in young clover and timothy, balance plowed out of grass for com and tobacco. Less than three acres of tobacco grown on this farm and housed in the above barn brought over $2200 last year. Its the kind of land that 1A 1 Stormes Drug Store JMSaGksKKailaHlsla Thrr the uxoclntlnn. must Im cstnlilMitM u timlrrtiinillne of principle which sheepmen oiulnr takf GLEN LILT FLOUR BECAUSE it is made from good clean 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 Is Best for crantcil. "Willi dnlry hertl wo And Hint host int'lliiMli of production Milium pn'mll when only u few unlmuls nre Tho owner of n very smnll henl In not often Interval In better brmllne. feedlnn or disease etmtrol. Hi In not n tliilrymnn. lint when lie hns n hcnl of n dozen cow or inoro he hernine a mil iiitict lo n print dairy liuliies. "So with sheep. Wo must aim. It ap pear to niv, not much for nn In crease In the number of ilockt n an In crease In the iiuiiiIht of sheep kept by men who are. rent shepherd or Imve the ipjnlltlcntlnn and desire to be-come shepherd. Nor should wo for pet that faroitrs In general may not N versatile enouch to ndd a pmlltntile an likely to 3-- produces the best. About 15 acres will be sold with the improvements, one tract of 20 acres and another of o3 acres without buildings but with excellent frontage and building sites will be offered separately. THIS FARM IS UP SELLING-Th- c owner has bought a largeh farm to which he is to move. REMEMBER, there will not be so many farms sold this year as previous years and the early picking is the best and cheapest. Don't to take what is left. We advertise SELLERS only. wait Look this property over now; if the community is strange to you price the lands adjoining, ask the people who know this farm. This sale will hist but 45 minutes, be on hand promptly and bid to a buy. and Poultry. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, IBffiC KENTUCKY. Select the Individuals of the Founda tion Flock with the Greatest of Care. flock of iheeii to their nrcsent 111 ft hock, it is, inereiore, inijKinnni umi smt'p ruikini; ie encouraged cnieu nere uu nirm anu outer cunumous are sultntle for It." MANY ASSOCIATIONS ftnj. I D. A. Thomas US FORMED CHANDLER S f X Famous For Its Marvelous Motor t- CITIZENS f M NATIONAL BANK. n t Pnpni-.- a I. tn Eliminate Scrub Sires and Replace Them With Purebrtds. e llxo-stor- k OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY! J 1 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. DVWIDSON, Cashier. This bank has two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. UOTICE Vice-Preside- ) J. J. Walker, Cashier. W, 0. Illgncy, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Wm. F. Miller, Teller. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. B. P. Hudson, President. L. G. Davidson, breeders' as0' elation, with n reported membership! of 1,521. were organized during tbo lust fiscal year with the help of the United Stales department of nzrlcul lure extension specialists. In uddltlon numerouM calf clubs were orpinliei nuioni; the liors and drlx. JIucli n the work la belns Untie In rvsiton Industry Is prac where the tically new. One of the purposes of extension activities Is to ellmlnnte scrub bulls and replace tbem with purebred of pKxl quality. The fet eral workers cooperate with the state agricultural colleges through their ex tension divisions and particularly with Flftr-nlnbeof-cattle beef-cnltli' - county 11 tin Is. FOR SILAGE LITTLE CALVES Heavy Ration Fed to Young Animals Has Tendency to Cause Re. peated Scouring. Young calves under a year old do nnt benefit from a tieuvy silage ra tion, because on such ynung nnl niaU It tins 11 tendency to cnuse rc-pentetl scmrlng. It can. however, be satisfactorily fed to ralves between sit months and one yenr old, provbliil It Is limited to a smnll part wy nnl more than of the wcltht of For Sale 50 Acres Of Land. mile from town, 5 room house, feed stable and out buildings. Good Land. 30 acres in clover and about 15 acres in blue grass, one-ha- lf the entire ration. find In the real confidence. The Chandler motor of today Is the development of the Chandler motor of seven years nfto, embracing refinements and Improvements which have been the natural development of these years of service In the hands of thousands of owners, and the constant application of the engineering skill and the sincerity of Its builders. Motors of one type anil another have been heralded and retired within these years. Hut the Chandler motor, Its true superiority proven In sen ce on every roadway In America and In many nations abroad, has lived and gone lorward Into a place of distinction. Men who have owned and driven many cats, will tell you the Chandler is the leader of all sixes. 0?wtto finnwun-tal- n roads or on the trails of the desert or In crowded city traffic, the Chandler will ftlve you the sen ice you demand. Its power, Its anywhere, flexibility men, in THOUGHTFUL Chandler selecting nn automobile, Six a source of The Chandler Gives You the Service You Demand GREATEST DEMANDS ON EWES Imperative That Animals Be In Proper Condition Prior to Lambing for Beit Results. It la during the suckling period that the greatest demands lire made on the ewes, ami In order to have the ew In condition to stand thU drain on their systems It Is necessary for us to see to It that they are. In good cotidl tlon of llcsh prior to lambing. MAKE PROFIT 387-- Y. and its sturdy endurance are not surpassed. The Chandler Six is the Most Closely Stien-Ptiiieneer Priced Fine Car Built Four-Patseng- On Buckeye pike, SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Taurine Car, StWS tr t'our-Patiene- tr Four-Pattene- er 5 acres in cultivation. All the land is ready to tend. Call phone OUT OF LAMBS SewPauenier ScJan, tms (Ml riiutf. Dispatch Car, $2075 Coupe, S2S93 Roadtttr, SMS Limousine, u. ft. C'knJ, OhUt) Um Young Animals Must Bs Fed for Period In Dry Lot on Harvested Ftcda for Top Pries. While It Is entirely possible to make money out of lambs by feeding entirety In the fields, yet to muk tunrko toppers they tnut be fed for a i In the dry lot on harvested feeds, soim f i ciler combining field feeding nnc dry-lo- t feeding at the suiuu time. SANDERS AND WALTER, DISTRIBUTORS LANCASTER, KY. D. FOTH BROIL L. OR R. P. LONG, Phone 186. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 3. 920 1 6 PUBLIC AUCTION Located in Koc'srastlc County, near the Madison County line, four anil J. H. Lambert Land Consisting of 643 Acres one-ha- lf miles 'from Berea, will be sold on 0 f and acres, located on road that is now being piked; four miles from Berea; one m ile from church and school. This land is well fenced: thirty-fiv- e acres in irrass: thirtv-thre- e and a ouartor in timber: has a splendid cottage; first-clas- s barn and all necessary Store house 20x50 feet, one of the best locations in this county; nostofi'ice in the store. Fifty yards of railroad station. The buyer of this tract trots the refusal of a well selected stock of goods at cost. At the door there is a well with endless flow of famous white sulphur water. There is also a tenant house on this tract, with another never-failin- g sulphur well; a gas well which furnishes heat for house and store which is fully equipped for the use of this natural gas; has a splendid stream of water flowing thru this tract and every field is furnished with plenty of stock water. TRACT NO. 3 Contains one hundred and nine and one-haacres on road now being piked; four miles from Berea; mile to store and postoffice, has four room house also barn and good orchard; this tract is mostly fenced: forty acres in grass; twenty in corn; the remainder in timber; sixty thousand feet of good timber ready for the mill; this tract has an abundance of fine water, both for personal and stock use. TRACT NO. 4 Contains two hundred and seven and three-fourt- h house: good barn and splendid acres; has a four-roois well fenced; well watered; forty acres in grass; fifteen acres in corn, one hundred and five acres of this tract is good orchard; creek bottom land; fine timber land; three hundred thousand feet of good oak, pine and poplar timber; also two oil wells, which produce from four to ten barrels of oil per day, when pumped and one gas well. TRACT NO. 5- - Contains sixty-si- x acres; has no improvement. This land is level; well watered; joins a good county road; one and one-hamiles from church; good school; is three and miles from Berea; a fine place for a young man with limited means; plenty of timber on this tract to build a good house and barn and fence the entire farm. TRACT NO. 6. Contains one hundred and one-haacre on good road; three and miles from Berea; one and mi'es to good school. This tract is a little rolling; some good, rich land; plenty of timber; no improvements. BE SURE AND ATTEND THIS SALE, AS IT WILL AFFORD EVERYBODY A FINE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A SALE WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE. HOME AT A REASONABLE PRICE. Parties desirinir to look this land over will be shown it by J. H. ambert, Boone, Ky., for any further particulars, write or phone, sixty-eig- ht one-fourth of Railroad Station. TRACT NO. six-roo- m AT 10 O'CLOCK ON THE PREMISES. Tin's is one of the host farms in this section of the State and lias been subdivided into SIX DIFFERENT TRACTS TRACT NO. 1 Contains ninety and two tenant houses; two barns and seventy-fiv- e acres; well fenced,-haacres m cultivation; twenty acres in corn; fifty-fiv- e in grass; fifteen acres in timber. This place is cut into five fields, all well watered, never-faihni- c sulphur spring, the land is level, gently rolling; produces well and is situated in one-hamile of consolidated schools and church. Is on road that is now graded for pike and is in one hundred yards of Boone nostofi'ice, and one hundred yards one-fourth s Thursday, June 10th, 1920 lf 2 -- Contains out-buildin- gs. lf one-four- th out-buildin- gs; m lf one-quart- er lf one-quart- er one-quart- er L A Big Brass Band vill furnish the Music. DANVILLE, KY. IIIWIHHNIHimiUllllHMHHHIIHmHIl Ma t, A Zirj-Za- lib g ll J. W. Tread ROCHESTER AND W. 0. Tire Guarantees 1EE TIKES nr guaranteed not fur a specified of mile-- . hut guaranteed to pive you mtvIcc. Analyze the speeifie. uiileapc pu.iraiitce. ing more nor leo than u baU for adju-tmeu- l. ati-far- tory JlKfeittk-ill- r inrr-- t fur dtr rJ iimImi tnnij un. reaIMM. Tto and tiaullr kbttul But tor im H n UUi (Mrt of tfc "hi.. fct'r Uni SMI. f thjprl wfi It i noth- itradM Cmtr Mm tttV rul Uf Mud ! ef tto "inn MiIkiiI rrM Tmm" Br l 100 ACRE SUBDIVIDED ON PREMISES FARM if irwd in mW la AND LOT OF PERSONALTY AT You want inileape fcrvire-- not adjustment--- . The Lee Tire guarantee i hacked by the Mrenpth of the Company making lite Tire-- and our determinaerve you. tion that everv I.ee Tire , -- Public Auction SATURDAY, JUNE 12th, AT TEN A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. Located on the Stanford and Lancaster turnpike just outside the corporate limits of that good town of Crab Orchard with her splendid churches, fine graded school, banks, stores, L. and N. shipping point, etc., and only one half mile of the noted Crab Orchard Springs. Just take a look at Crab Orchard and sec how she is growing. This farm extends from the abovo named pike to the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike. Has good pike frontage on both pikes and will be cut into several tracts, each tract having pike frontage. All this farm lies exceedingly well. Over half of it in grass. Fine water. Well at house, spring, pond, etc. 40 acres to go in corn, three acres in tobacco; 15 acres in wheat and' five acres in oats sown to grass and good stand, eight acres in meadow and balance of farm in grass. An ideal home. A dandy dairy farm. The right size, right location, right at the edge of good town and splendid citizenship; in stone's throw of one of the most noted health resorts in the country what more could you ask? Improvements: Nice residence of seven rooms and two porches. An A-- l tobacco and stock barn combined, 61x60 with large sheds on each side, practically new. Extra good double crib, smoke house and all nececcary outbuildings. Fencing good. A great deal of it new. Splendid orchard, peaches, cherries, apples, etc The personalty consists of 3 sows and pigs; ! jersey heifers that will be fresh some time this summer; 2 horses, good ones; wagon, harness, S hogs weighing about 150 pounds, etc. Give this farm a look before sale day. The more you look the more you will want to call it HOME. It looks like Home and is Home; beautiful approach and fine shade. You cannot miss it on this one and it is a sure sale for what she will bring. It is up to YOU to say what it is worth. We merely suggest terms, etc. Messrs Rochester and Martin have instructed us to SELL. It is up to YOU to name the price. An Absolute Sale for the High Dollar without reserve, d or limit. The safest place in all the world to put your money is in the bosom of old mother earth. When Opportunity knocks the wise man ACTS. You will see land higher this fall than you ever saw it before ill. your life. Art before it is everlastingly too late and get advantage of increased land values that are sure to come. Don't forget the day and hour SATURDAY, JUNE 12, at 10 A. M. Be on hands promptly and get your share of the bargains. TERMS exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. For full particulars, blue prints, etc, see, write or phone two-stor- y by-bi- have to make good for a Lee Tiro Lee Tire do that for thciuelvcs. Hut should the time come when you, for any reason, feel you arc not getting the satisfaction you have a right to expect from every Lee Tire we are right here, every day in the year, to protect the interests of all concerned Xours, Lee,', our. We e lH --r- ZrC. t r- 4lS - , LL "Smile at Miles?" Tires are advancing every day but we are we have on hand at the old price. Lancaster, Kentucky. 1 1 Ti re sell-wha- t hughes Col. John E. Dinwiddie on the Block. & Mccarty STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Contrai Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 3, 920 1 m Aberdeen-Angu- s Sale 42 Head 1920 WON-DERFUL. 42 Head ' Top Notoher Highly Bred Biiils, fiews and Heifers TO BE SOLD ON OUR NEW FARM, 2 MILES FROM DANVILLE, ON THE PERRYVILLE PIKE, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16th TOP-NOTCHE- ERS, LADY 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. questionable. Each and every one has much to recommend him to the breeder who is looking for a herd bull. Ages that are most useful 15 to IS months old. Fresh from first hands. There is scarcely a breeder in the land that would not be proud of one of these HIGH CLASS bulls at the head of his herd. The 36 cows and heifers listed in this extraordinary eveni 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 $'15,000. 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 money-maker- s. 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 his 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 your self 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 EXTRAORDINARY offering. For more information and illustrated catalogue address, R PROPERTY OF A. D. AND WALKER BRADSHAW, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. You will find this an extraordinary offering of Angus Cattle. TheVe 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- BRADSHAW 9999 Steel Ships Carry More. Ship ttullf of "trol lire wild to b able to carrj nbout 20 per rent worn carpi than those made of Iron BROTHERS, Jud Tunklns. Jud Tunklns say rnrt'dng hns hsv cone such a scientific ptv sltlon thut ue more difa man hns to leant ferent kinds of tools than he does In t- - Lancaster, Kentucky. M. A. JUDY, Sales Mgr. Wcit Lebnnon. Ind.. COL JNO. P.. BRADSHAW, Decatur, III.. COL A. W. CURD, Harrodsbarir. COL A. M. UOURNK, Lancaster Kentucky Auctioneer. Danville Is located on the Q. nnd C, from Cincinnati to Jnckaonville, Fla., 30 miles South of LcxlnKton, alio on the Southern Railroad from LouivtlIe. Good trnin connections from all points )))) 4 The Worm Turns. English papvr: "Wunted. econd hand gramophone, a loud, for Orientals Can Rtiltt Great Heat. Why They Never Arrive. Orientals seem to be Immune to tlio Lots and lotit of teople spend mor on ocean time wishing they hail the other felfierce heat of the steamers and can endure for a great low's luck than gvttlni? out to work length of time temperatures that for It. would speedily prostrate white men. Ljan Bank for Trouble. How Oyster Grow Shells. "So many witnt to horrnw Young oyster tloat on the surfiic trouble." n!d the Old Settler, "Hint It's of the water fnr n time, then sink and n wonder some enterprlnlng cuss to the bottom. (Iixcri't start a bunk lo nrcutnmodate fasten theiiirlve Thus nttnehed. they extract lime from Vm." the water nnd deposit It as shell about their bodies. Tk. .Alf. ItirtnrtAw. i ii, ! As a general thing, lifter u woman has been married n few jean she Grateful for Rain. her To show how badly rain was needed, Irriei when her husband forget i native who came to Newcastle mar- birthday nnd roars when be advertises ket with his wagon was so overjoyed It. Dallas News, that ho rushed Into the center of the i Africa's Bio Rivers. street In front of the town hall when Of the African river the Zambesi, tlio storm wax at Its severest and offered up it prayer of thanksgiving. IIu 2,000 miles In length, is the largest then started drinking tlio muddy wnter river In South Africa r ttc Orange rlr- -' is it flowed past him. Johannesburg tr comes nest with I.S") tulle and th tulles. Tronsvanl) Sunday Times. Umpopo next with l ' , I ; n golf game. Willie's Advantage. Jlmmle was telling at the dinner ta ble how two i,' hit little schoolmates bad got Into u Ight and how Willi bad put It nil over Dan. "Well," spok up younger brother, "I think he would, 'cause he's two times Dan's heavy." Religious Discrimination. In Hungary, for Roman Catholics, 'the man must be fourteen yearn old Uud tliu woman twelve, before they Laay murry; for Protestants, the wan jnust be eighteen and the woman 106 ACRES SPLENDID LAND SUBDIVIDED INTO 2 TO 50 ACRE TRACTS The H. G. King Farm recently owned by Boyd Broaddus on the Lexington and Buena Vista Pike, 2 miles from Bryamtsville, , ! " Oversupuded. tlxttlMg at home of sa aunt wiwr. titer urt thru nx-- a In Ib family. Iter father l.Mn; ill.- - unly nmn In her fsm'ljr. ttw tlliwtlui evidently lnterwt Iter. and. thinking It oter n mowotu .r to Ina.--ti nnd Mild: "Jly. it lit nt titan In thH tfiiie." Helen nit fr tr '. n I i Day of the Penny Gone. Coralle had often gone on numerous errands for roe, charging u penny for Mch trip. I had not had so many trrands for her uf late und the tiny miss does not earn to many pennies. Today I asked her to go uptown for ue, and In a hesitating manner she Informed me," I will base to charge you t cents Instead of 1, 'cause I can't juy anything little girls want with ue penny." Kxchange. Oritjlnated Hyphen Terms, atetl Amerlenns" dates back prior to tho year 1STH when John Itoylu O'ltell-l- y e applied It to u remnant of the tor) Ism who were objecting to celebration which took tho nation-widplace that year. old-time It Is vlalmed. Hint the term "hyhen- -. Heme of the Ptarmigan. In the t'liHsd'mi Rocky iiKiiminlns there Is a VHlley h re the ptarmigan Uvea and breel. 'Itti rslon Iws.l.itig Nen obhuh! ptannlaau valley, rim! Its guardian I'lnriulsan mountalit. In tho wibl iiroa thus ttaniett after a bird will be fniuid oh of tire many beuuty tpits of t'ntiaibt. Glorious Revsnge. Itrutber hud gone to u basketball sine und left little sister at home. ino very much tu her illscppruvai. jegan at onct) to lay plana for revenge, .avitur. "ilotlier. I know wtutt I'll lo. I'll Just go with you to the dentist tomorrow and liave a toout pulled, l u Bx him utvl won't he le wirryr' at AUCTION AT 10:30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. THUESDAY, JUNE 10th, 1920 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 oq both pikes, and is a splendid 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 term) which will be easy. Valuable pre cnts given away. Be on hand promptly on the above date at 10:30 A. M., or you may miss a bargain. For further information see G. C. Walker, Lancaster, Ky. '' Cults of the Paxlflc Coast. Along the I'at'ill)' onik! there ar tlireo eotuiiMin sinvltM. the glnucous-ttlngeil. tbo extern nnd the California guM are mt found In the Hast. CaU' C'in Ctrtts. d Tin specie, not r It In Ha'iiuutot tin.! ll.... dlfTeretit fnim tho herring IXHMXkI eat Ui lb Vi. - Siat- -. If tirt - - A. A. Allen. In American otiMHurth uf tMs Hi..lwr I'M lltd, call r ciirh out kllliiitf Itvr hard uiinuni. It would wean . Mohammedan New Year. r In the birds killed by eut The lloharrum marks the beginning United SiastM.; tmt ll ha Un rare-futl- y utiMifl Uf IH V K. tl.hir if the Mussulman'a new year, but the llwt each cut nierMxtni '. bird per Jate Is movable, and determined by It chiefly commemorates milium, and still "Tabbv" i esatted the moon. tho deuth of the martyrs. All, the' to the sent of honor. Iju ARgU Hasan, his grandprophet's Times. son (poisoned by his wife), and II the younger brother, killed at Financier, tCerbcla. My tlaugsuvr. lu miaii with tfrl. nent ju the grocery stern get komu cruixn. The other girl l Anreed With D41,. inked for u tilrkel's worth, and when Marjorle IILI tit piny li. the grettn t (lie grttcer handed thi-to her raj fe.x ber father mlxetl up for in little girt nuked fur a cent' worth. borxyit. She had neon fnibtcl Mr day her father The grocer tutd : "Ruth. I don't sell a effect. So penny's worth of grapes." Ruth said: catching her In Imp art. pleked her up "You will Mil six ceuts' worth, won't and gave her a spanking. As be put soul" The grocer said then Huth her down he lihl. "Now. my young aid : "Well, then put a penny's worth lady, that Is Just enough of that." lu that bag." The grocer laughed and "Me'lt say 'tis." imuio tbo tearful aa gars her the gropes. Cblcagu Tribune, wer. hh wlhe-heMi!e- "l tit-1- ier , Circassian Walnut Circassian walnut li sold by th pound or tho ton and not by the foot As early as 110 li. O. It was Introduced Into Italy from Persia. Th leg aro sold from the forest with their bark on. Only tho heart of th wood Is used, and It Is tho crooked, Irregular logs that possess the beat figured wood. Built for Fighting. The beak of the eagle Is sharper ind stronger than that of the vulture, tod the claws, helm required for the rapture of living prey, are much more oldly curved and mora sharply point-kThe beak of the eagle Is nearly itralght for soma distance from the uso and then suddenly turns down-ir- d Into a sharp hook. L ut oe y, O. O. T. Wallace, General Manager. T. Wallace & Co Lexington, Ky. INVEST YOUR MONEY IN REAL ESTATE. The Central Record.'Lancastor Ky. Thursday, June 3, 1920. 1 HERE'S ANOTHER ONE s i 1 I S i I I The Angle Sanders Farm with Big Brick Residence ON I BUCKEYE PIKE, AT ! Saturday, June 5, 1920 AT 10 A. M. PROMPTLY. V I ! Put your arms around me husband and promise me you will go and buy that home. .Which one, do you want? That BRICK HOUSE on the Buckeye'pike that would cost us $25,000 now to build. Its on high ground where I would like to live; certainly a sweet home for me. TOBACCO BARNS, SILO, LOTS OF WATER AND GRASS, STOCK SCALES, in fact everything you could want, and for children, Dave Long, Uncle Bill Simpson and folks like that, love to raise a family amid influences like that. Right on fne pike rural route and close to a good school. Oh! yes. you know the farm; its tlie Nath Bogie farm, where J. M. Walker used to live and Arch Kavanaugh; all of these men got rich. Ask and see. Angle Sanders lives there now, right on Buckeye pike, Garrard county, Kentucky. Looks to me likeMts a lucky place. I I , want you to go with me and lets buy it and be at home. If you quit bidding .after you have commenced, I am going to hand you a baby rattler. Everyone would know you were a baby if you didn't buy it and on the easiest terms I have ever heard of. in40 per cent in Garrard county land notes, government bonds taken on first payment as cash; balance in ten years, with 6 per cent terest from January 1st, 1021. A BRASS BAND will furnish music for the occasion. Good Dinner promptly at twelve o'clock; free and wholesome soup have the men to make the soup. While this is being served, the and light bread will be served. Bring your tin cups with you. band will play "A Charge to Keep I Have" and "Nearer My God To Thee". Bear in mind this is the age of progress. "Men to your Overalls" is the slogan now. Cut expenses and stay in the procession. Immediately after the soup eating, the Wide awake merchants of Lancaster Batson, Smith, Logan and Anderson Bros, Joseph and Diokorson will take, orders for tailless shirts for men only. R. E. McRoberts', the druggist will be on hand to display famous sheep Dip. Goodloeand Haselden Bros, Conn Brothers and J. R. Mount, the marvelous wonders will demonstrate to you, who do not own one, the benefits of a Manure Spreader. All of you fellows who get full of free soup and have had symtoms breaking out at the mouth, talking hard times, your gall is working overtime, your gall ducts are discharging too freely. Free tobacco will be served after the soup eating. Do not fail to ask your neighbor for it. Tell him you left yours in your other pants pocket; he wont know that you haven't but one pair. He will serve you promptly. No green flies will be allowed on the grounds. Palm Leaf Fans will be served promptly, if the wind is not blowing. I T of-hi- s i i t i i ! 1 Walker-Brother- s, 1 i 1 $10.00 IN GOLD WILL BE GIVEN THE COUPLE WHO HAVE BEEN MARRIED THE LONGEST AND ARE ON THE GROUNDS. , It will be all over when the band plays "Blessed Be the Tie That Binds." i 0 t f A. T. SCOTT. Auctioneer. JAMES I. HAMILTON S s The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 3, 920. 1 FARM ANIMALS BEEF ANIMAL FOR HOME USE Unprofitable Cow or He.fer That Decs Not Promise to B Good Pro. ducerv May Be Killed. 1 ! (II Hill Let us show you the improved OLIVER and JOHN DEERE CULTIVATORS, the two that land. will do good work on them in both four and six shovel. hill-sid- e We have Thr farmer buys niwv beef than he :ily iiIhmU 10 take from the farm. or t of incut furnished by tin- - nv crnge fnrro U beef. In the North and West the nverngi consumption iif hof per family Is nearly SUM pounds md III Oik South It Is Irs than tt pound. The txtf ntiltunl killed fur homo ue, uggit specialists of tin I'nlted rftnte depnrtnietit of agriculture, may be ti f steer or nn unproutnhle cow, or n heifer Hint does not promle to he n good producer nnd would not bring n pood price for leef on the market. Very little vtitl Ik klllnl on ft-tiU-e- We arc still holding our price at $9.00 per square. This price is very low and our suggestion to ycu is: Get all you need at once. Why wait and pay more? 1i n . i i ! I I I PARIS GREEN ONLY 48C PER POUND. It is cheaper to use it than it is to lose your crops Goodloe & Walker Bros. P SBS- - JOIN THE AMERICAN LEGION. BBr BINDER TWINE The season for binder twine is almost here. Do you remember how difficult it was to get binder twine last year? You will have the same trouble this year if you wait very long before you get what you need. OUR PRICE ONLY 16c PER LB. s I I Jl JUST RECEIVED i Most Farmers duy Beef From Village Butchers Who Operate Wagons In Country. ) the farm for homo use. Much of the beef bought by fnnneni I bought In the nummer from village butcher who operate ment wagons or car In the country. On the nverage farm then? nru no facilities for keeping freh meat during warm weather. STEER-FEEDING FARM MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS BINDERS McCORMICK AND DEERING Complete with tongue and transport . . . $225.00 Complete with tongue and transport and tongue truck $250.00 MOWERS EXPERIMENT OF Cottonseed Meal and Velvet Bean Used With and Without Addition of Shelled Corn. ducted last year on the government form at Heltsrllle, Md- - four lots ot steer were fed. The purpose was to compare cottonseed meal and soaked velvet beans when mse--l with nod without the addition of shelled corn. The nddltlon of corn to n ration composed of corn ullage, cottom-eemenl and wheat straw did not pay. The addition of corn to the. ration of velvet beam and com silage wo protltnble. The lot receiving com silage nnd soaked velvet beans with a small quantity of cottonseed meal as nn nppo-tite- r produce! the most economical gains nnd showed the greatest profit even though the dally gains and the celling price of the cnttle were lower than those of any of the other lots. d t In n stccr-fecdin- g experiment con- 4i ft. Sweep 5 ft. Sweep 6 ft. Sweep r $75.00 $76.00 $77.50 . BEAVERBO ARO Bastin jaaaBaajaBSjsBBaHsaBBSjsaaffaB SEE THE BIG NEW 6 MOWER HAY RAKES 8 ft. McCormick I $40.00 CULTIVATORS Riding and 6 Shovel and 6 Shovel Lumber Co. aaaaaaaBaaaaaBBaaaaaaBa I TO DOUBLE VALUE OF STOCK i President of Michigan Association Wants Every Farmer to Agree to Use Only Purebred. St. Joseph county, Mich, plans to double the value of Its live stock within three years. Current nctlvltle to nccompllsli the purp" ore descrlled by Wlllfam T. Uinglcy, presldept of the St. Joseph County IJve Stock Breeders. association, In n statement lio has furnished the United Stntes department of agriculture. "We wnnt every aan," ho declares "to Rive us u pledgo to use nothing but purebred sires. "ll'n linvo n lim In tint rnnVlnr tfmt reaiU Turvhred Sire Tartu' that wei wont km ted on every farmyard gate. ve wnnt nothing but and purebred femalesi." A general association hns been organized that Includes the members of the various breeding nsoclntlons nnd iilno nil bntMlers of grade thut pledge to use only purebred hlgn-gruil- 3 I. H. C. Pivot I. H. C. New 44 44 i $55.00 $60.00 $30.00 $35.00 Walking r r - t ' WBammmmmm ' New Departure 4 Shovel New Departure 6 shovel Make Your Home a Cheerful Home You can't expect folks to be happy nnil contented where the home is in mid prcmented by the smell of smoky lamps. Every member of your family is entitled to all the bright electric light which city folks Iwve. If somebody aiked you to buy nn expensive plant that simply furniihed Hunt and no more, you might have some pood arguments against such n purchase, but when you think of n lighting plant that it also u plant capable of upending any and every smull machine on your place, that is another matter. half-darkne- Oil Stoves NEW PROCESS Warm weather is here and Canning time will soon be here and then the troubles of housekeepers begin. An oil stove will do much to lighten the cares of canning. What a comfort it would be to be able to do one's canning in a cool kitchen. Come in at once and get your wife an Oil Stove. RED STAR v I i i s . s GROUND RYE BEST FOR PIGS Hoosier Cabinets SAVES TIME SAVES STEPS. Surprise your wife by getting her a Cabinet. her work much easier with such a labor saver. She can do ! r 1 1 It Is Better SenccJL Is such a plant. In addition to being n perfect electric light ing plant, it has u putley ly wr.th n.nchirc cun be run while charging your batteries WMn this is done, your lights cost practically nothing (ienco l.iglit is sucl a pomtivo labor snv. er that owners figure thut this power iirocticully takes the place of farm help. It certainly does unable the help to do more; or less help to do the same work, (ienco Light is not n luxury It Is a servant thut will incresie production and pay for it uu really owe it to your self in actual dollars and cents. self to call here with your wife and Me tun wonderful plant nt work. May we expect you? Mixed In Equal Parti With Middlings, Ground Oats, Barley er Corn. for the plg. The tdinutd have continual access to salt wuler uvnllsk-l- e It Is generally recommended that rye be ground for feeding to pig. II Is lx-- t mixed In omnil amounts with middlings, ground oots, ground bar ley or corn. If the mlxlure Is placed euro tnut be taken In the to see that ther Is n good supply ol self-feede- i Furniture Our furniture stock is almost complete. money on all your requirements. Let us save you nlso. i i LIVE STOCK NOTES $ CONN BROS., Dealers LANCASTER, KY. CUCCI The higher the breed of cattle, the belter Is tho beef. , There Is no danger of a good grade of tankage spreading bog cholera. A good bull li just aa good aa a stag as far as market value Is concerned. WELCHS BEREA, DEPT. - STORE KENTUCKY. I I USE THE 'PHONE AND "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE." MioulwiureJ by lUuuttr.ri. liu Co. Horses are as poor aa their feet Always examine this section of their aoitomy whw a trade Is la prospect 4