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RICHARD BURTON BY ALL MEANS CITY LIGHTING GARRARD COUNTY CLOSING PROF P. H. HOPKINS EXERCISES Superintendent Franchise In Question. Buys Handsome Home "Bury The Hatchet" Tobacco Warehouse, Of The TO BASTIN BROTHERS TRYING In Danville. Elects Officers. and in an unmarked grave, Of Lancaster Graded Lancaster Schools, THAT IT MAY NEVER DE THEIR CONTRACT SET ASIDE The Mlifes Sallle l.eo and Kugenln DECLARES FIFTEEN PER CENT and High School Prove RESIGNS TO ACCEPT MORE RESURRECTED. Willi CITY AND SEEK AN. Young sold their beautiful heme on DIVIDEND, ON THE STOCK, LUCRATIVE EMPLOYMENT. public auction Lexington Avenue nt Most Interesting, Illltj Miller's suggestion thnt the OTHER OF HIGHER for $10,400 to, Mr. and Mrs. Illchnrd RATE. (Editorial) f jw week ngo Bastln llrothcn, owner of the lighting franchise of the City mked for a raise of rule for rrivntf and public lltchtlnir of the City, although the rate were fixed liy contract imrchnicd by them nt Kot receiving the sympathy from the Council that they hoped for effort was tr.nde to forfeit or set aside thl contract They let up n claim that this contract km not binding became the Conititutlon of the State limit the Clty'i uuthorily In actlinir franchise rights r making contracU to a term not erccedlng twenty year. The contract In quettioa limit the privl. lege vt Uastin Brothers to twenty jtars, but the contract was accepted about ixty daya prior to the beginning of the term of contract. Uaitln Brothers now fall upon thi as n technical reaion to permit them to avoid the contract and are undertaking to do to and are now asking another contract nt nn Increased rate for both public and private lighting and power. They nre urging an Immediate lettlement of the question In order, apparently to force a sale of another franchUe by the City while building material It high and labor Is difficult to obtain In order to force higher rate. In other wordi, while condition are uch that they may force the city into paying a high-t- r rate. While It may be admitted that It is a debatable question whether they are correct or not ai to their Ural, technical objection to the contract, It U ere ally to the City' benefit not to be forced Into a tale of a franch'ae at thl time while con struction of all kind l o high a to In order to be almost prohibitory. arold thl contract Bastln Brother hare given public notice that they would ceaie to furnlsh.service under It to the City and It Inhabitant after August 1. 1P20. A lult ha been filed by Mr. J. I. Hamilton In the form of an injunction sul? agalnU Battin Ilrother p returnable to tet the question upon the legality of the contract. Thl auit take the form, or pretended form, by Mr. Hamilton that he I acting for the benefit of the people. But It 1 understood generally and could be for no other purpose In It present form but to attUt Dattin Brother to ascertain at an early date the Court' opinion upon the legality of the franchiie contract on lU face. In other word thii auit wa filed and Intended to operate for the benefit of the defendant Uaitln public sale. Burton, of Garrard county Inst Sat urday afternoon. Captain Tho. U, English wa on the block. The place is one of the most delightfully local ed In Danville nnd is, n real home. Mr. and Mrs. Burton are both well nnd favorably known in Dnnville and they are coming hero for ttie purpose of educating their children nnd en Joying the life ami prosperity thl splendid city affords; they nre among the very best people of Garrard coun ty nnd they will find n warm welcome awaiting them here. Danville is fast getting a colony of these vplcndld enterprising Gnrrnrd county pt'oplc. W hare yet room fer terse more Just like the one we have and the Advo cate extends on behalf of the county and city a warm greeting to them. They will move over in the enrly fall In time fer the opening of schools. Mr. will continue to run his farm in Gnrrard c6unty, which Is one of the best In this section of the State, -- Danville Auvecatc. Ih-rto- Good On The Farmer Copious rams last week aided the farmer, nnd great headway was made In getting out the tobacco crop. The season was taken advantage of by every farmer who had plants large enough to set, and who could secure the labor, and a goodly per cent of the county, acreage was set. Streets To Be Oiled. The City Council has contracted for oil and Supt. Herron has a force of hands busily engaged in placing the streets in condition for a coat of oil. This Is very beneficial for the abatement of the dust nuisance. 'Howevr it is very disagreeable when first applied, and It is to be hoped the job will be finished before Chau tauqua, when the town will be filled with visitors. recent lolnt meeting of the Stanford Tost American Legion with the local Post might mark the "burying of the and hatchet" between Stanford, brings to mind a very ailly idea tint exists chiefly In the minds of the youthful football and baseball player of the two cities, namely that one of the towns at one time suffer od n great wrong nt the hands of the other, thereby establishing n feud be tween the two towns, which it was their solemn duty to uphold nnd maintain. As n result of this silly belief, their game often wound up In n fipht, the visitors, in whichever town they chanced to bo, usually coming out second best, nnd leaving with the old fiame ngain fanned to white heat in the youthful mind. Now this old fancied wrong is pure ly mythical, never occurred, and there ii every reason why the two little cities, who nre such close neighbors, whose interests nre so identical, whose people nre prnctic ally une people, whose sons nnd daughter! have married and Intermarried, whose cttlxcns have migrated back and forth, should be the very best of friends. We ore very sorry to any that in dnys agnne this silly feeling has been at times abetted by the older people, those who should have known better, and ns a result serious brawls among the boy occurred. This is a progressive age, we arc seeking to build up a greater and better Kentucky, and this undertaking takes all that is best In all of us, ao by all means let us "bury the hatchet" forever and onon, and live as good and true neighbors should. Let us discourage this silly and un called for idea, that has no foundation upon fact, and Is unworthy of even schoolboy notice. FIRST HONOR Goes To Dan Elkin At Medical University. (Atlanta Constitution) "Dan Collier Elkin who was graduated with first honor In the medical department of Emory University, is from Lancaster Kentucky, and is a nephew of Dr. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta. He was graduated from Yale University four years ago and immediately entered the Medical department of Emory University. He had mrde a remarkable record in his studies, and has a host of friends in Atlanta to congratulate him on his successes. Dr. Elkin will go to New York this summer and will be attached to the staff of one of the largest hospitals there. He will probably return to Atlanta and make his residence here." Large. Order. Probably, the largest single order ever given in Central Kentucky for ice cream was that awarded Uastin Bros, by Ueren College for thetr com mencement exercises on Wednesday of this week. This order required two trucks to haul it and the weight of same was over COOO pounds. This Is the fourth year that Uastin Brothers have furnished Ice Cream to Uerea College. The nnnunl election of officers for the Garrnrd County Tobacco ware house was held in Lancaster on June the fifth. The board of directors war reduced from fifteen to seven It was found by last years experience that the business of the house could be better conducted with n less num ber on the board. Mr. J. W. Swecn ey was elected president for the next year, Mr. - G. Dnvidson declining to serve in that capacity longer on ac count of his duties as cashier of the Cltixcns Bnnk. The following dlr colors were selected; J. W Sweeney F. II. Mnrktbury, S. B, Sanders, John D. Wynn. W. U. Kelley, K. L. Durton and T. C, Rankin. Mr. John M. Fnrra wns elected secretary The Company sold more than four million pounds of tobacco last yenr, which brought a gross sum of nearly two million dollnrs. The directors declared an nnnunl dividend of flf teen per cent on the stock and car ried several thousand dollars to the reserve fund to meet incidentals and pay taxes. Besides there are n num ber off debts due the company as n result of the unpaid purchases of tobacco for Inst year which the otlic ers and attorneys arc expecting to co'lect. which will swell the dividend to an additional 10 per cent. This was a fine showing for n new market and the stockholders were well pleased. It was voted at the meeting to in crease the capital stock from sixty thousand to eighty thousand dollars in order to mnkc some additional Im prnvemcnts to the house nnd pay for some nlready made. This stock was quickly taken up by the old stock holders. Lancaster Is destined to be one of the big tobacco markets of the state, and nothing can add to the business of this city, as much as the success of this sxiterpri. With another big house under construction which will be ready for business by November first, we should have a ten million market in 1021, then watch Lancas I- And Attract Large Crowds. ter boom. Get Ready'for Chautauqua. Chautauqua begins id Lancaster on.July 2nd, and continues five dan. This pleasant annual event attracts a goodly number of visitors, and we should begin now and place our city In as presentable n condition as pos sible. A general cleaning un of the premises and liberal use of white wash forks wonders in the appearance of your premises and it is to be hoped that the citizens will resort to these methods liberally. Robinson. On the afternoon of Thursday, June 3rd, the spirit of Miss Maud Robinson returned to the God who gave it. She had been seriously ill for several weeks and, the end, while Ilrother. To tbi suit the City has made no answer of record so far a we nre In formed. We learn that Judge Hardin In hearing the case although holding the franchise not binding on Dastln to Ilrother expresses doubt a whether it it or whether it It not binding. We hnve no doubt that a contrary opinion would have been delivered by the Court hnd the City plead In thia case in addition to undertaking to uphold the contract in its form that ninety days notice is and wa- - not sufficient notice to avoid the contract, and that under the circumstances, nnd present business conditions that the City could not fairly aecure another lighting plant constructed in the City within a period of twenty four months and that since this is tn executed contract on the part of Uaitln Brothers that they could not repudiate It in the time that they seek to even If their con tention be correct, mere is an other vital question that could be raised In favor of the City and Its inhabitants that Uastin Ilrother have construed thia contract to be binding and good and have induced people who nro citizen of the town to spend large turns of money In buying mot-from them nnd attaching to their power plant and are now estopped from repudiating this contract. We do not thtnk that Bastln .Brothers should be permitted to repudiate this contract fairly and honestly entered into on the part of the City simply beta use that times have made It a little mere expensive for them to operate the pUnt and presently their Income not so great from this business. It is the duty of the City authorities to opptse vigorously this attempt on the part of Bastln Brother and to fight every inch of the ground, It is a huge mistake for the City auth- or a terrible shock to her relatives and friends, was not unexpected. Her remains were taken to the old family burying ground in Jackson county on Friday, where they rest to await the dawn of the resurrection morn. Mist Maud Robinson was just twenty one yean old, and up until very recently she was in apparently the best of health, and gave promise of n bright and useful future; pretty and vivacious, she won friends read ily, but ala, death ever seeks n shin in? mark, and she was stricken in the very prime of her young womanhood by n complication of diseases, and the end came speedily. She was the daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. James Robinson, nnd besides her parent, leaves two sisters, Misses Pcrmelin and Etta, and one brother, Charles Robinson to mourn her loss. The heart of the entire community go? out to these estimable people in their distress, more especially ns thl is the second time within the last few year that they have been called upon to give up one of their loved one. orlties to agree to anything that will precipikte an early decision in favor of the Uastin Brothers, and if the City authorities have agreed to any step to hasten a decision it is nil worked out for the benefit of Bas. tin Brother! and to the detriment of the City. We do not know when thing will become normal again, but It is certainty for the benefit of the City to delay as long as possible the salt! of another franchise hould the Court decide that the Bastfn Broth, ers can avoid this contract upon any technical ground. We feel sure that Bastln Brothers will continue to give service under this contract for many months if the City authorities will fight the case along the lines sug gested herein. The highest Court of the Country upholds the Eighteenth Amendment and declares that the law enforcing prohibition known as the Volstead On last Thursday afternoon Mrs. Act is constitutional. With this dc, Belle Taylor fell In her yard at her cision the only future liquor controv home en Richmond street and broke ersies bo for the people that may her hip. The accident happened ar,,c w bc 0 the chnn .. . of the. ilurinir a heavv downnour of rain.', : ni 10 inc per cent 01 nicoliol ' sometime before nnd as It was ; that any beverage drink may contain. slstance reached her, it was feared This may be one of the Issues In the that pneumonia would develop. How- congressional races nt the fall clcc ever this was avoided, and the frac tlon. ture, while very painful, is doing nicely and it is hoped and believed On that the estimable lady will soon be out again. New MRS. TAYLOR - Supreme Court Upholds Prohibition. Suffers Painful Injury. Work Progressing Tobacco Warehouse. Watch For His Ad. Watch for the ndv. of James B Leavell's 250 acre farm, for sale pri vately. Land lays a well and as good as any In the county. Watered by concrete tanks, pools and fish lake. See the crops now growing. For further description see the ad in next weeks paper, or call nt this office, or James II. Leave!!, Bryantsvllle, Ky. Prof. Manni? Dead. Lancaster people will team with regret of the death of Prof. J. E. Mcnnlx, which occurred recently at hi home In Oklahoma, Prof. Man- nix wai at one time superintendent of tho local schools, leaving here for western Kentucky, going thence to the western central state Anally lo cating In Oklahoma. Prof, Manntx was a splendid edu cator, and there are yet many In Lancaster who cherish pleasant memories f him. and who will hear with re gret of' his demise. The contractor for the new tobac and has commenced tho work of clearing the lot and putting in the foundation for the new structure. Material is beginning to arrive, and with the opening of the season the building will bo completed, and Lancaster can boast of two splendid warehouies and mar-ksecond to none of Its size In the state. co warehouse has arrived et A Card. It Is being asserted that we have no repair for the John Deere mower. THIS IS UNTRUE. We have In our store sickles, Pltnians Knife heads, Pitmam straps, guards, section rib. bits and belts etc, for John Deere Mowers and dent have to send off for them. We sell only first class quality gods. An Oliver Cultlpacker cheap. Buggies and Harne. SEE OUR ADD. J. R. Mount 4 Co. The closing exercise of the Lan caster Graded and High School which have been In progress since the lat Issue of the Record, mark the finish of what has been decidedly the most .ucccsful yenr of thnt splendid Institution, nnd by the Interest manifested in the various exercises nnd entertainments prove our school to bc decidedly our best municipal nssct. The vnrlous entertainments offered tho public show not only the proficiency of the pupils but strikingly Illustrates the splendid efforts of the who from the principnl down have labored unceasingly nnd tire-le!- y to make the splendid success of which we hnve been given evidence. On Thursday evening of Inst week the charming little Operetta "Yankl San" was given by the pupil of the vnrlous grades, nnd on Friday evening the Seniors gave their play entitled "Dorothy's Neighbors". Doth of theie entertainments were most interesting and gnve evidence of rigid nnd careful training upon the part of the teachers nnd strict application by the participants. Both offerings were most graciously received by the lnrgc audiences witnessing them, and the keen interest taken by our people showed conclusively that their hearts arc with our school. It would bo folly to attempt to go Into detnil of these plays, to name the "stars," there were none, they were all stars, the participants ench nnd every one of them going through with their parts with the ease and grace of old and tried "play actors". Mnny splendid voices in the Operetta showed that there is considerable musical talent in the school, while splendid training, both in music nnd elocution was to bs noticed in both plays. BaccalauOn Sunday fMstfag-tho- . reate sermon was preached by Rev. Moss of the Nicholasville Methodist church. Taking his theme from the beautiful book of Esther, he pointed in a clear and consise manner for the benefit of the young lady members of the graduating class to the posslblll ties for women in this new era now Ju:t dawning for womanhood; hold ing up for their benefit the beautiful and unselfish Queen Esther, and re siclng her heroic accomplishments for the benefit of her people. It wns the desire and intention of Supt Hopkins to have State Supt. George Colvin to deliver the diplomas or rather make the closing address to the graduating class, but at the eleventh hour Prof. Colvin found it im possible to be here, und the services of Prof. Coates of Eastern Normal, Richmond, were secured in his stead. The choice proved an admirable one. The address of Prof. Coates was most pleasing, and he brought some thoughts and suggestions, which if adopted will prove of inestimable value to the school in future. For instance, he dwelt at some length upon the advisability, or as he suggest ed, the necessity, of looking more carefully after the physical welfare of the student body; periodical, eye, ear, no:e and throat, as well as other bodily ailments, thus preventing the lagging, and in many instances, the dropping oiit entirely of many memExpert repairing on all cars. bers of the student body. nromnt service and n snuare deal. Prof Coates' theme was "Equality Located at the S. II. Estes Livery of Opportunity America' Contribu Stable. Phone 204. tion To the World," nnd his address proved most interesting to the entire and wished for it unbounded success. audience, at well as to the gradual- At the close of the exercises, the ing clan. audience flocked en masse to the The personnel of the graduating stage to bid a sad farewell to this class is as follows: Misses Amy Justly popular educator, with whom Dnwes, Lillian Estes, Stella" Henry, we so reluctantly part. NcIIe Nolnnd, Alice Sutton, Jose We would not feel that we had phine Burnside, Mary Brown, Stella completed our task did we not say a Mae Grow and Thelma Hamilton, and word in regard to the services renMessrs Llisha Crrrler, Homer Rice dered by Mr. Mae Hughes Nolind, anJ Frances Elliott. Jn, not only making a success of the After delivering the diplomas to final exercise, but contributing to the graduating class, who, since being the succet of the entire scholastic principal of the school, he hod seen year. Aside from training her own enter tho high school, and has watch clcss for its entertainment, Mrs. d ed witli particular care and interest trained the Glee Club, which to their graduation, Prof. Hopkins rendered several delightful numbers announced feelingly that with their at each entertainment; organized and graduation and severence of their trained n "community choir" relationship with the school, he too, of the best lingers of the would cease to be connected with the town, who were of valuable assist schooL Prof. Hopkins alluded to the ance during the various exercise, school as "the best school in the and last but not least, presided at state", and attributed its success to the piano in her own able manner the hearty cooperation of all con throughout tho long list of exercise cerned, teacher, students, parents, covering over a weeks time, a task trustees and the community in gener- for which she is entitled and no al. He expressed his intention of doubt has the unstinted thanks of visiting the school often in the future the entire community. fn-ul- It will not be gratifying news to the patrons of our splendid schools to know that Prof. Hopkins, who has been n lending fnctor in bringing our school up to its present high standard, has severed his connection with that institution, and leaves at once to assume new duties In April of this year the General Educational Bonrd of New York, whose activities arc financed by the Rockefeller Foundation Fund, upon the recommendation of Supt. of Public Instruction George Colvin, tendered to Prof Hopkins the position of State Supervisor of Elementary and Rural Schools for the Eastern Normal district of Kentucky; this appointment Prof. Hopkins declined, nnd thought the matter closed. He wns reelected by the local school board as superintendent of Lancaster schools for another year. However, wholly unexpectedly Prof. Hopkins was ngnln proffered the position last weak, and in such alluring terms, that he felt thnt he could not again refuse it, and being released by the local b'.nrd, he accepted tho offer and will take up his new duties nt once. The salary is, we understand, a very lucrative one, and from a professional standpoint. Prof. Hopkins is receiving a decidedly hnndsomc promo, tion, and however reluctant we are to lose him, we cannot but feel that he is doing the proper thing, nnd offer ou sincere congratulations and best wishes for success in hi new work. Prof Hopkins has served four years as Superintendent of Lancas ter schools, 101C to 1920, and the high state of efficiency to which he has brought the school Is attested by the splendid closing and graduating exercises, which our people have witnessed during the last week, and also by the fact that Lancaster schools are excelled by no schools of a fifth class city in Kentucky, and its virtue a an eaucauonai institution is not even confined by the borders of the state. Mrs. Hopkins, who was also a member of the faculty, will be sadly missed ns one of the most efficient members of our splendid corps of teachers. Prof. Hopkins, aside from his educational duties, has during his stay in Lancaster been a most useful and progressive citizen, ever active in any undertaking for the public weal, and ever ready to give of his time and talent to further the community welfare. Active in religious fraternal and social activities, he possesses all of the attributes which tend to make cn exemplary and desirable citizen, nnd we heartily commend him to the people of his new home, wherever it may be. The office of the Supervisor is in the Capitol building at Frankfort. However, those who have preceded Prof. Hopkins in the position have made their home in Lexington, and Profs Hopkins has not fully decided as yet Just where he will take up his abode; he assures us however that he will visit Lancaster as frequently as poMiblr, both socially and officially, nnd we are sure a warm welcome ever awaits him. Deatherage Garage. No-lar- com-pose- The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. June 10, 1920 The Man Who "Always Sells" Wednesday, June 6th, at 0 a. m. 2 Acres 65 at AUCTION at Public Auction 1 1 1-- THURSDAY, JUNE 17tti, ID a. m. THE E.' M. SHELLEY FARM AT WE WILL SELL TWO FARMS FOR a, B. D. HOLTZCLAW a a a a a SATURDAY, JUNE 12th 10 O'CLOCK. LOCATION OF FARM NO. 1 TO BE SOLD ON JUNE 16th 102 acre, in Lincoln County, Ky., on the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike, 8 miles Stanford, 2 milea 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 . a ea a a acres in grass, balance in timber. We don't know what this farm will bring, but if you want a you around $15,000.00, DON'T OVERLOOK THIS. Eood home and 100 acres of land to cost But remember it is up and selling to the "High Dollar". You name the price. Sold for poss ession 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. Vi mile from the Danville and Stanford pike. 3 miles from Stanford, 2 miles from Dan ville, 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 porches, 2 stock barns, Jenant house and other outbuildings. New tobacco barn to be built right away. 10 acres tobacco, 60 acres corn. 50 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 Swinebroad "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. a . a by-bids BOYLE COUNTY, KY., Pike. Limestone Soil. 2A miles Danville on Stanford 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, you 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. Swinebroad, The Heal Estate Man LANCASTER, BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer. KENTUCKY. 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. This is a dandy little farm and if you buy it yo'u will want to. keep it Few on the market like this one. Fine neighbors, close to schools and everybody knows 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" No s. Easy terms and Possession January 1, 1921. Somebody will get a bargain on this one. See Mr. Shelley or W. E. Moss, or R. H. Dever, at Danville, or by-bid- Just after the sale on June 16th, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crutcher will furnish lunch at their home just across the pike and then sell "their farm of 140 acres. Swinebroad. The Real Estate Man Lancaster, Ky. Sales Manager. Dates of other sales June Sth, loth, 16th, 17th, 19th, 22nd, 26th, and July 1st. Write for descriptive catalogue. mwmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmm 3-Dan- dy Farms-- 3 OF J. W. RIGGINS, AT PUBLI6 TUESDAY, 3: AUCTION JUNE 15th BIG AUCTION SALE THE BEST FARM IN MARION C0UNTY-2- C8 ACRES Subdivided into."Baby Farms" and Larger Tracts 10:00 O'CLOCK, A. M. In Cnscy County, Kentucky.RIGHT AT MIDOLEBURG, on the .Middle-bur- g and McKinney Pike, 7 milea of McKinncy, 8 miles of Hustonville. TRACT NO. 1 85 ACRES; TRACT NO. 2: 70 ACRES; TRACT NO. 75 ACRES. TRACTS NO. 1 AND NO. 2 JOIN AND MAKE A SPLENDID SATURDAY, JUNE 19th IOiOO O'CLOCK FARM OF 155 ACRES. IMPROVEMENTS: ON TRACT NO 1 splendid two story dwelling, with seven rooms, two halls, two porches cistern, barn 56 by 80, 7 acres in wheat sown to grass, 7 acres tobacco, 10 acres clover, balance in blue grass. ON TRACT NO room dwelling, three porches, two halls, barn 50 by 50, water in barn. Cribs, stock scales, machine sheds, nnd all out buildings. On this tract 25 acres of bottom land. 14 acres in corn, 15 acres orchard grass nnd clover, 10 acres meadow, balance in blue gras. , These farms are noted as being the most productive farms in Cnsey County. In a high state of cultivation. Level and gently rolling limestone soil, nnd must be seen to be appreciated. The farms will be subdivided and sold in sninll tracts with the privilege to the purchaser to buy as many tracts as he desires. You will have the opportunity to buy the improvements with a small acreage, or just as many acres as you want, or-tbuy the unimproved land. Two splendid orchards on the 70 acre 27 o TRACT NO. 3 unimproved grass and timber land. These farms are located In n good community, right at Middleburg, a thriving village of three hundred people, two churches, Graded and High School, Splendid progressive Bank, a number of stores. In fact a good business community. The productiveness of the soil and the flrst clnss improvements will, anneal 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, or limit. Any price you pay on tho day of sale you can sell .for at a profit before you have to pay for the Iand."SWINEBHOAD is the only man who universally advertises NO S and he "ALWAYS SELLS" just as advertised. For further particulars see J. V. Kiggiris at the farm, W. E. Moss or R. II, Dever, at my ofTlce in Danville, or by-b- id BY-BID- tract. SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man June ICth, 17th, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. COME AND HEAR BOLIVER BOND ON THE BLOCK. Look up the advertisements of SWINEBROAD'S farm sales on 18th and 10th. JUST OUTSIDE THE CITY LIMITS OF LEDONON on Si. Mary't Pike. A "Hich Clai" Farm In every particular with "A No.. I" Improvements For 40 years Ihe "Home" and "Stock Farm" of the lata W, C. Rogers, former pr..iJ.nt of tho Marlon National Uant, who took a pride In mailing It lha piattUtt placa and thr mod attractive and datlrabl home and farm In the County. Any wrlttan description will not do It justice. You muil ses It to appreciate it. The farm will appeal to the man. lha iwallini and surroundings will appeal to tha wlfa. Doth will ba satisfied. TWO SETS OF IMPROVEMENTS: 9 room metal roof dwelling 2 hall.. A porches, 1 .un porch. palmy Bath room with handsome future,. City water work, in dwelling with hydrants In and built in refrigerator. yard, garden, fieldt, lot and barm. Cittern, well,, tpringi, and pondi. Ueautlful yard with fruit and hada treats concrete walk,, attractive hadad avenue and drive from pike to yard. .1 room tervanta fcouto in yard) (moke home with cellar. All necessary out. building,. Four ro.m tenant home, large etock barn, cribi, 1m. plement ihedt, several separate alablet. New S room dwelling with large stock and tobacco barn. Land Is level, fertile and gently rolling. Divided Into convenient fields and lots and the best of fences. This farm has been kept In slate of cultivation and Is ready right now to plow and produce Ihe mailmum of crops. Alcorn, wheat, tobacco farm. Long frontage on 2 pikes, sutceptible of advantageous diviiion Into a number of tracts. Has been sub divided so Ihe purchaser may secure jutl the number of acres desired. Can aell you 20 acres with main improve, ments or Increase the acreage to SO acres, up to 100 acres or ISO acres or more. Remember WE SELL TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. We will sell a number of 3, S and 10 acre tracts with fine building sites on Ihe pike, Just al edge of City Limits, also several "Baliy Farms" at the Intersection of the' 2 pikes, 30 to 40 acres, or more, with second set of Improvement!. About 08 acres In corn, tobacco, and cow peas 200 acres In meadow and gran, a lot of Ihe land hsi not been plowed for years. THIS IS A TRACTOR FARM. A country home with all ibe convenience of the City of Lebanon, one of Ihe very best towns on the main line of the L, and N. R. R. A flourishing, growing town, splendid business homes, good streets, concrete pavements, Hotels, modern homes) fine tobacco market, loose leaf warehouses) fine Banking facilities, nrorreaalve citlieni, Churches of all denominations, splendid schools, its new Graded and High School building It magnificent. Now is the time to invest in real estate. The man who buys this land June I9lh, it ture to be able lo aell at a profit. Land hunger It still unsatisfied and values will Increase. Remember Swlne'iroad "ALWAYS SELLS", the purchaiert name the price. Every bid a bona fide bid. Positively no by.bida at my sale. Will be sold on assy ttrmi. In fact most toy sort of terms you want. Potattslon at once or any time lo January I, 11)21. Everybody come. If you are not a buyer come any way. Ladies especially invited. Brats Band. Dinner. Money and present given away. Hear Bolivar Bond, j the diver tongued auctioned. R. HDever will be at th ell Call W. E. Moss or R. II. Dever at ' our Danville offices, or Raines and Thomai, local repretntatlvet at Lebanon. '" lhe-we- Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man OF LANCASTER, KY, SALES MANAGER. T The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 10, 1920. I Swat the OUR STOCK OF I i ABERDEEN-ANGU- ELECT S HIGHLY-BRE- D SALE BULLS HEIFERS AND I SCREENWIRE, CLOTH, DOORS 8 and Windows Is complete at attractive prices' PAINTS ANO VARNISHES of all kinds. 2 CHOICE, HEAD Turpentine, Linseed Oil and COWS 42 Brushes. Everything in Hardware. Goodloe, FROM THE BRAD MAWR HERD The Property of A. D. and Walker Bradshaw. Walker Bros 8 DANVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16th TWO SALE WILL BE HELD UNDER COVER AT BRAD MAWR FARM, MILES WEST OF DANVILLE, ON PERRYVILLE PIKE. ICE CREAM (It's tl it T kooiI Ice Cream.) I TAKE A PINT OR QUART HOME FOR DINNER Come to our Fountain for those Cooling Drinks. 1 I MoRoberts Drug Store COY DfU.rl Mr and n r Sur Mr .,1 Je-i- , Mr. lUbcrt Carter were ItM"ent .... I nl Mr Maihewa and daughter Amanda Clouio were the cut.t of Mr.. Colomon e I . Mr. JvM rpvnl Matheww ami eWWrcn Tuttar with Mr. Annie Sbh-io- n. Mae Sander and friend were with Mr. and Mm. V. C. ami Mr. nnl Mm. Jnnte I Sander M(m Poaehte Ml Irene ami Cttt Harden rnt Sunday with MM MauXc and Ethel ( hjute Ktkyl Clouie tent the Mi week with her ilntrr Mm. Coleman l.ockcr. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Carter nml children pent Sunday with friend at Preachcrtvlllc. Mr. and Mn. Kdd Dallry nml children were Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mn. Itobert Whittaker. Mr. and Mm. Jame Mathewa and two little daughter vilted Mr. nnd Mm. I. I.. Mathews Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Kverott Anikmon pnt Saturday niht with her par-- . nti, Mr. and Mr. Andrew Slmp- - Pt Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Hide Vaucht nnd little daughter. Mne Ilelle. nnd Mm. Delle Slmpnen and little grand son Matter O'nenl Andcmon were in taneatter, Saturday. Or Should Of. The value of experience I estimated in fn Tranacripl. enw rather than In dtdlar. Iloa- - In Folklore. Dov Figure The dove or plseon ha occupied a prominent place In folUore, Wend and hlt cry lnev the bird brought Uie olhe branch to Noah. The earlier artiita umiI the dote frequently In their rrllciomi palntlnc. The "Madonna and Chllil." and the uncel are lluttt-rtnj- ; thown ulUi white plc-onabout them. Tlie bird wa made tho n yinbol of dlt Inn plrlt. It appear In Mr and Mrt. Lee I'endelton and picture of riiiint life and buptlom. V.l.tren were rntcrtmncd nt the St. John (1:32) "I nv the spirit home of Mr and Mn. Coleman Lock detcendlnc from heaven like a dove." This is without question the greatest lot of Angus cattle ever listed for sale in the GREAT STATE OF KENTUCKY. They are the very cream of the breed. Their individuality is of sterling value and their bloodlines are of the most marvelous. The sires they represent are among the most distinguished. All the most fashionable and leading families are cataloged. Blackcaps, Blackbirds, Trojan-EricaPrides of Aberdeen, Queen Mothers and'other popular strains. There is not an objectionable animal in the offering. Scarcely one but would grace the most famous herd in the land. Bull buyers will find 6 or S bulls for sale. Everyone bred in the purple and with individuality to recommend them to the most fastidious. Good ages. Ready for a heavy season's service at the head of some good herd of purebred cattle. If you are in the market for a bull, or going" to be soon, it will be to your interest to come and inspect this superior lot of blocky, beefy, baby-bepopular type bulls of great substance bulls. The cows and heifers selected for this unusual annual event are of the most SUPERB kind. Individuality, coupled with the very best of bloodlines, is what you may expect to find sale clay. Competition is keen for cattle of this kind and there are not enough to supply the demand. They are the kind to produce. The first calf many times more than pays the first cost of the cow and'leaves a handsome profit. Many of these cows have calves at foot and will be rebred to extraordinary bulls. Also heifers that are bred, and open heifers that have been well developed and growing fast. Every cow or heifer in this sale will please and make good. You will appreciate them when you have seen them. Angus breeders and beginners will find this the most opportune time to make desirable selections ever witnessed in the great state of Kentucky. s. top-notcher 8 low-dow- n, well-develop- ed ef 5? nj: For a catalog and other information address, I0C30I I0E30 U POPULAR EXCURSION D I A. D. & Walker Bradshaw M. A. Judy, Sale Mgr. W $5 o SUNDAY, JUNE 13th HOUND TRIP FARC CINCINNATI D o Auctioneer: COL. JOHN R. BRADSHAW, Decatur, Illinois. And Others. Liberty Bonds taken in payment on cattle. Southern RahwaySystem Cki. Cll.fcf r U.tK INtl.t Ul-S n FROM DANVILLE BRADSHAW MILL. SpcUI Train Leave Danville 6i00 A. M. Returning Special Train Lcatc Cincinnati 610 P.M. iCiatulTiai) II. t. M. I. Oll l. Ill IV. TlrLrl ttrnt. IIIMH 1 , KV. kl.M.. lllililcl r..fiurr .if, lit, MAIM. ION, KV. 1 D were rueU Sunday of Mr. S. X Sander t'loy l Snydvr told calf to Jamv 301 IODOI 301 301 IO Snmler. Mr. nml THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It. DENNY, Surplus i30,000. J. E. STOKMES, C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. Vlce-Preit. Itok-Kceper. Pmldcnt. Book-keepe- S. C. DENNY, Cwhler J. It. HAItlllS, Individual HUOII MODLEY, General WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. D. Swlnebrond, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Poey, J. E. Storw., 8. C. Denny, A. T. Sanderi, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Dirtetar Mr. Jho East Intertwinfriend Sumter. ed Mr. and Mr. Floyd Snyder Mter mints! i number of rotative Sunday. Virijil Mr. and Mm. StWan pent Sunday with Mr. nml Mn J owe Edit. Mr. nml .Mr. Ployd Snyder. .Mr. Lindu Sander' Jame ami MU tpent Sunday In Itickwond. Every one enjoyed tho Kod nlr the nice rain brought kut wek. hut there were n number of weak bark from putting nt the vcd. IHtVANTSVILLE Mr. end Mm. S. X. Sander wrier, Saturday tame I fever, rotative. Mr. and Mr. W. K. Davi were in Th woild' aundaid !mJy for hUnr, night. tlMie nrent were Mr. and llvr, HJJ,r and utic acid UeubU, th M.. Lyman WUttakcr af ltd Houte, Lexinutti Saturday. cairol cf HI and lockr. In ut line b Mmu W. K. Davi and Sam , Mr. -- .l Mm. Pleai Aiblll of Tatei 1(60. All thrr iLii. were Lexington vUlter LmSi Im IW. rm, CU M.J.I m Citek. Mm. S. M. Atblll and ton, Mr. rk mI tl M Nathan Aiblll of ltichmer. I. frh Lexington. It. I. Ilurton, Mi Mr. and Mr Shot Prove Fatal. K. Davn were w received here by rela- M.ine Coy and Mr Mm. Charlie ltnnkin and little koii tive of tho death of Kuxcll Pvamon, .N.vholiuvillo vmitor Sunday. AlUn Pemhiut; are the Kuetta of her o of Mr. James Peamon of Rich Mri. J. W, HoKon returmhl home MuvnU, Mr. and .Mm. Hen llamm at mnd, who had the minfortune to Friday after a two week viiit to Sonemet. whit,; nontlini; the nlht her duutthter, Mr. T. Woolfork at xt Mr. and Mr. John lienor mid Mr with hit ehtolmnte, Jenkin of Jolly nnd Mm. Hon Met of Xlehototvllle, Kid. The boy were tinkertnt; with were Sunday guoU of Mr. nnd Mr. it mVtal whoi it dUhurKl the hot C. C. Decker. rangtoir thruh hi hand oh into hi Mr. and Mm. Itobrt Iianktti inttMtiN, Mtakint; nine hole and one u Humber e Sunday even- hMiK lit. He wtu tnken to the Gib-- ', . on HotHltHl and two he after Ihoe prMtnt were: lie. I inc. hail bom there, he wa oMratt on i onnnt uml lamtly, nr. v. F. una-kan I family, Mr. Dave ltnnkin and far HMdkiti. which a week luter. Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body all irovd fatal, lie leave to mourn full pf ycuth and health may bo family un I lt. Sirother of Danville ' hi I hi parent. Ave brother and yours if you wilt keep your system one titter. Funeral ervie were In order by regularly taking conducted at Pond church near Richmond, hi remain interred in the' COLD MEDAL Richmond cemetery. N'e w bt Women wk Made Young n ECZEMA HONEY BACK Aintt Hal-com- drgj-fint- oT ,ub nrt- Ywucaa'l om Bur Mn Tiy ll C.ii.iiIh."lVt 1U i teuf lUk TODAY. I fsJ, In lb trfrnwl of Veirm Tcttrr. Ktncworm. luh. rlr Doa'l koui divnunini bt oiWr lrrlm.tit UtirU llunltSl.fe,,fflvvJ hus STOKMES DRUG STORE. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 10, 1920 THE UNIVERSAL CAR The ForH Coupe with an electric and lighting system is nnc of the most popular members of the Fonl Family. It is n permanently enclosed car, "with sliding plate glass windows an open car with plenty of shade. Then ft inclement weather, enclosed and co7y, and Just the car for traveling salesmen, physicians, architects, contractors, builders, and a regular family car for tires all two. Demountable rims with around. To women it bringi the convenience and comforts of the electric with thcdurability and economy of the Ford car. Early orders will avoid long delays in delivery. self-starti- ANNOUNCEMENT dust-pro- rain-proo- f. ch yaseiden Bros Garage, We are not except ihu a "5 lnte:tc' Fori tn l till Wi This company wishes to announce to the readers of the CENTRAL RECORD and all who contemplate building any form of structure from the smallest chicken house to the largest mansion that the exclusive services of the ' MT. HEBRON. Delayed Mr. Karl Grow sold to Mr. Walter Davis a calf price S52.G0. Mr. V. I Grow sold two cnlves to Mr. G. K. Grow nt $50 each. and Mrs. W. U Grow and , Mr. daughter, Lucy were in Lexington, Saturday. Miss Jessie U. Kay of Buckeye was the Kuest of her cousin Mis Christine Speuks Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Sherrow of Hrynntsville were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Duncan at Lock 8. The Sunday School of this place had nn average attendance of 103 the past month. We hope to average ICO this month, let everybody come. Mr. Dillard Urumficld and family and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Dean attended cervices at Wilmore Sunday nnd were the guests of Rev, K. II. Hlake-ma- n and family. Mir.-- Elva Jennings entertained! Saturday evening nt a social, the guests of honor being Misses Kthyl Ware of Sulphcr Well nnd Stella IVel of Nicholasville. Messrs. Houston Scott of Morgan and Dennie Scott of Nicholasville were with their mother, Mrs. K. F. Scott and Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Onstott ' Saturday night and Sunday, Mes lan.es Penchie nnd It, L Grow cntcrtn.r.eti n number of rcl.U ves Sunday n honor of their gucs's Mr. and Mrs. J no Roberts and Mr and Mr. Prce Collier of Jessamine Co Mr. and Mrs. Ilunlctt nnd grrndson. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Goethcl of Murion, Ind.. and Mr. and Mrs Snm Duncan of Hurgm were Thursday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. Duncan near Lock S Origin of the Album. Albums were orlRinnlly whitened beards used In Home for displaying public notices Bird of IK Omn. Tlio raven figures In many super, itltlons and Is Invnrlably consldereil l bird of III omen, and Its unexpected ippearnnce a sign of death or disaster. It was dedicated by the Romans to Apollo, nnd there Is a strange Greek legend telling how the bird was Chans- Ml from white to black. Successful Author. Mrs. France Hodgson Ilurnett vns earning a small wnr n ii cchntl teacher In Tennesst-- when she began to write. It Is unld that the stamps with fchlch her first story was sent to the mnmzlniw were enrneil by picking blnckberrle. Years Inter, when the author of "Little Lord Knuntle-roywns nt the zenith of her ipularl. ty as uuthor and plnyniigtit, her annual laconic wn to be from $50,000 to $T...U). H NATIONAL BUILDERS BUREAU have been obtained for this territory ft Economipally BUILD Beautifully Satisfactorily See-photograph- Correctly i built. floor plans, specifications in fact see your building before it is Select a design from our plan book, one of the most elaborately prepared books of its kind ever issued. THE BEST NATIONAL ii 4 BUILDERS Uetter DUREAU Uliilt Nothing CULTIVATOR If) on tne S . market S . inn (;) INVESTIGATE THIS SERVICE today. Member J Bastin Lumber Mrs. W T Moberley Co. Mrs. Joe Kay nnd Mr Uenard Kay were shoppers In Lancaster Saturday Delayed afternoon. Mr, nnd Mrs. W. T. Moberley spent Little Miss Leolu Moberley is 111, Wednesday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. The farmers of this place are aeb Walter Casey. tins; tobacco today. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ijitul and Mr. and Mrs. It. Caiey vlsite'd Mr, bright little sons spent the week end nnd Mrs. Jess.' Casey recently. with relatives. Mrs. Mose Kay spent the day re Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Casey nnd cently with Mrs. Joeslah McCulley. chl'dren attended the street fair at Mrs. Itaymond Davis and daughter Lancaster Saturday. spent Sunday with Mrs, Hunter Dav Mr, nnd Mrs, John Dniley and Mrs. is. WOLF TRAIL, Messrs Wilbert Dailey, Allen Teat er, Mose Kay nnd Oeo, Hnll deliver Mrs. Frank IjuhI nnd Miss Inez ed a bunch of hogs to Mr Carrier, taml were afternoon guests of Mrs, Tuesday for 13 50 per hundred I'owel Dniley und Mim llert Dniley, and also Mwwrs W. M. Fain and Joe Kay n bunch for $12.50 per hundred Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Ituy und children spent the week end with Mr. HUCKEYE Harry Speaks and family at ML Hebron Delayed Saturday und Sunday It is to your interest to see I Becker & Ballard i us before buying rHUNfc. Z7. KENTUCKY, L1RYANTSVILLE, MMtttJliMB:iln:iBifctMBisBft? and Mrs. Curl Cotton and children were visitors in Madison last week. Miss Ilert Dalley visited Miss Thel- ma Wheeler' of Lancaster, the past week. Mrs. Minnie McCulley and spent the week end with re C) latives. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kay visited relatives in Lancaster Saturday night nd Sunday. imi Mrs. Harve Teater and daughter spent the, day Friday with Mr. Hugh Mr, Kobert SowcM Were In Wednesday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. I'owel Duiley son visited Mr. and Mrs. Asble und Hen-dru- n of near Nicholasville, recently. Mines Myrtle Teater and Tlnelue Gllleam were the pleasant guests of McMIUian Thursday Mrs. Elijah night. Miss Myrtle Teater returned to her home Sunday In Jessamine co. after a two months teaching at duns Chapel Mr. and Mrs. 'f Moberley, chiiJrjr were visitors cf Walter Casey and Mr and A number from this place attended Mrs. I.eala Walker spent Sunday the party that wns given at the horns Mr. und Mrs. It. .. Price of Point afternoon with Mrs. II. Kay. of Level Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. S. L Hill spent Sun Misses Thehna Simpson, liernlce 'In night with Mr and Mrs. T. 0 Teater nnd Ilessle Teater were the Hill. attractive visitors of MU Myrtle Mr. Teater and Mrs. Allen Teater last Miss and Mrs. W. T. Uroaddus and Linda Locker spent Saturday week. in Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and Miss Hemic Hroaddus spent Frison made a recent visit with Mr. and day with Miss Louie M. Ilrown. Mrs. A.nhur Sebastain, Mr. Jesse Mr. Harney Kast has purchased a and Mr. and Mrs, Homer ford car. Scbastala. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian Mrs, Lucy Kasi daughter, and ion, Mr. and Mrs .Harmon Teat, Minnie, Mr. Harney and East, Mrs. Mat-ti- e er and children spent a delightful lUrvey, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Al. Pollard were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. )n Teater. Walter Kast of Stanford Sunday. in The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday June 0, 920 1 1 b m GARRARDS 97 ACRES SANDSTONE LAND, THE GO'BETWEEN Br ALVAII J. GARTH Want to Feel Just Right? Take an NR Tonight 0ZC h WELL IMPROVED AT (CTMUM. 111. V.,Lrn Ntri,tr Dal..) AtT TftV IT AND K4Mhr,tir4, rauS Uttir v ImIIs will fl la th W (im Msrslsf. Tksl "lMrr." ImIUm. t1I AUCTION ON THE PREMISES "Voti nro itirely my friend, Trclt-am.- prnKtH Willie Iturton. ".Not so much a I xn," serloutly lined TrvMinm. "I don't Ilka tlio lirlslit, flippant wny In which yon trent ulmt you call jour 'tin? with n jiiutiK Inily fur wlium I linvo tho hl!v admiration nnil rwpect." "Surely you nrtn't hit yourself In that illrvcilou!" rnllwl Ilurton TROUDLE oer-tv'c- J cin't get hiir. , cthutUi tnJ boKtli ani prcJ thi liver. dlgntlre and climinitlre organi t!J l, PiiU. oil, i!ti, calomel and orJl-rtt- y lal of IS, your system is that your purci ac'.i only fotce th ot ilcrl-sIvH- y. Saturday, June 12th, not' , 3-- "We won't llcii'i that. replied TreMintn with l lenity. "Von nnd 1 hnvo known woe another for n kooi! I tunny ) cunt nnd I nm n pnnhly loyal ' follow, hut the autocratic and IndlfTcr.' ml wny In which )ou trcnt tho wound-In- c of n trustful, mthUIvo henrt hurt fIU',H liter, bowels sr.J even LUnsyi, not forcing, but toning and fren'l:r.'v tl.o orcani. Tha leiult It prompt rctitl ouJ teal, lutla; btnef.t. Make the test. Nature's KemeJy will act promptly, thoroughly, yet to mlMly, 13 ccntly, that )ou fill think natut herself hit come to tha racut and ti doing the wort. I iirnlKj I nwk ttllti in biit i t.trr wir. It iblr4:ir ti mbcrilr e tt.'caili. lUt M NR TtYat tuS likt Isf a vttk. Tsta is in II ir.ki jot Itk oHklM toccaiKsti trr nx TttMl liter oil win t (14 4 tii-ttik- NatUTt'iRtmtJjrKill Tablitj) onthetornic!i, rai'll ut. AnJoh.nbat stetlell si AT TEN A. M. the Morris D. Long farm. 4 A miles of Lancaster LOCATION on "Poor Ridge pike, mile of main or Buckeye pike, .Rural route at door and only 4 mile from school. iiwrKuvtftiLiMis consist or cianoy two story irame 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, 40 acres in young dlover and timothy, balance plowed out of grass for corn 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 produces the best. About 45 acres will be sold with the improvements, one tract of 20 acres and another of 3d acres with out buildings but with excellent front age and building sites will be offered- separately. THIS FARM IS UP SELLING-T- he owner has bought a largeh farm to which he is to move. v i t a i i i KLiYiciYitstiK, mere win not oe so many rnrms soiu tins 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 I i l.ook inis property over now; n tne community js strange to you price the lands adjoining, ask the people who know this farm. This sale will last but 45 minutes, be on hand promptly and bid to a buy. v - up for tne, amhanondur spoke Ilurton airily. "Of course, I hroke nn ongngement to tnke Vcrn to nn entrrtnlntnent nnd did some lllrtlnc with other under the prtivoUlne litilBnrM of the little scold-r- r, hut that li no rencon why he won't make n mow toward ft rtHonclllatlfi. Ilntirft, I'm forry, and I think a lot of her. TVII her ko, rmooth It over. Hho' Rot a cool $.V),C) In her own rlKht. I prt'tty n n picture nnd I'll mnrry her tomorrow- - If the' agreeable." n noinot lilns more IIukIi Trehnm thuii nnimjiil. He did not nt nil tike tho mission iixn which ho wat being "Oh! royal'" fix It M'tlt. nalttiltfsrrita SM is ra n It HM CaSJHMS ittut Cairimo. iMwundm ky your drviiT R. E. McROBERTS, R4tm CetU Jpie. rni otii. f Lancaster, Kentucky. 9,aM"tj)Pa9mn "Voti nre Ktrnlnln my m m - i i T 1 J i 1 j priety nnd Jmtlee, Ilurton," ho oIh "Voti nrv noklns nn extrnor wru-d- . dlnnry duty of me, hut I will hone Hint If I break the Ico nnd opt-the wny for you to effect a reconciliation., you will prlie tin' trasuro nmongj wonmnklnd n she deservei to be." "Ym, I'll tuni otec,a new lenf," dc-- j elnn-Ilurton. "Of eounie, I'm not P'lnc to ri'trt to her In tear or nny will lot byof that rot. but If Vt-gone be hyitom' with nothing tnor nn Id. I nm ullllni: to bo rensonnbly me'k nnil humble." Theru wn the trace of tneerlng au dacity nnd ecotlstn In tone of tho nn- -' worthy lorer nnd Trcshatn went hit wny with cotnprcH.-lips nnd a I pained nml thoughtful face. Ilurton.' tho miii of one of tho most Influential ' d cne of pro- GLEN LILY FLOUR D. A. FIT EVERY I.F.E FAMUC rUNCTUHE-l'llOOFS Thomas of CAR FILL EVERY NEED Pattenger Car Site 30 30 32 31 x x V x 3H" xV IW li" 3J- x 4" x 4" PUNCTUIlIvHtOOFS s IVuicngrr Car Sua 3Tx4tt 36" x 1ST 3J lee conn LEE Cord flmcturt firoof Larytr viw 31 x 34" x IH" Si x 4H" i 4Vi 31" x S 3S" x S 3T" x $ PNEUMATIC tirct maJo tho autotnobilo possible. , Leo PuncttireTroof pneumatic cured the vital del of all tire by preventing puncture and blow-ouLcc Puncture-Proo- f (Fabric) with the You can bur impenetrable but pliable Furniture-Proo- f tread in all tizes i i. r . in" j up . i I raui iiu iu tho tiro achievement of tho . The Leo Cord Puncture-Proo- f century hat every characteristic of tho finest Cord tiro perfected and protected by tho patent Leo Puncture-Proo- f feature. st4lwt ,J They como as small at 32" x 4." and at big at 372.x Slwitli'tixl tiict in between. t. ji Lee Puncture-Proo- f t' defy the risks of every road. They tavo your tube and eliminate repair and"tljgIannoyancoa oi roau uciayt, resilient of Itnyvllle, hnd been known to Timhnin. Just estnbllthlog a mod erate Inw practice, for n long time. Tho latter owed tunny favor to Burton nnd until tho past year had held Uo had been him In hhtfi repinl. pained nnd disappointed at a great chnngo In him, however, but was too loyal to tell other so. It un a hard tank ho had nstumed. Then wn n bnsU to tho Insinuation on the part of Ilurton that Trcshatn thought more than ordinary of tht Ixllo of Itnyvllle society. From tht llrst tlmo that Trcshatn met Vera Drlscoll he had realized that ho had como across the only womnn he could ever love. Trcshatn reached tho Drlscoll horat to nnd Vera tenttil In ft garden hammock. She greeted him gmcloutly, but her brow furrowed, thoso charming Up loxt their smile nnd there wat no encouragement In her eye n Trcshatn clearly nnd nt onco divulged the motive of his call. Uo said all ho hnd promlseil Ilurton to say. Ti0 tlarki exprcsivc eyes Unshed with tomcthltiBl s lXa&5Zu2ZZ llko scorn, "Do you not think that the penlten-- ! tint npieat of Mr. Ilurton should hava' come from his own lips direct" slit nsked. ."I hnvo fulfilled n mission to a friend." responded Trcsham simply, "liny I hear n reply message to hlml" "I will think over what Sir. Ilurton tin snld," wn Vera' reply. Then tho fair fnco cleared and the beenmo tho entertaining hostess complete with n man sho respected and esteemed. Treshnm sighed drearily fti Its "charm en-- 1 ho left her presence. hanced In his estimation tho gulf of wealth between them, whtlo eraphnslt-lo- g hi convictions of tho unworthl- of Willi Ilurton rooro dochlvely tu than before. A week went by. Iturton fumed and then tulked when ho found that Mist Drlscoll was not at nit eager to tnke him bock Into her good grace. Then tnysterjoutlf It became known that I the undo of Vera, who operated a largo manufacturing enterprise, had) I. .11 A I - II vum I inncu, nunI ii nan .11 iimi uit ui In the, Vern's fortune had been lost I crash. It wan just after then that Iturton received n nolo from Vera, asking) him to call. Ho did not reply nnd shot , 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 and Poultry. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. J P 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. DAVIDSON, Cashier. This bank has two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. NOTICE a Vice-Preside- 1 ) B. F. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. 0. Wgney, Ant. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. Wm. F. Miller. Teller. For Sale 50 Acres Of Land. mile from town, S room On Buckeye pike, one-hahouse, feed stable and out buildings. Good Land. 30 acres in clover and abeut IS acres in blue grass, 5 acres in cultivation. All the land is ready to tend. Call phone 387-lf LEE Lancaster, Keitucky. Lbric TOOf was glad for reasons of Iter own. Itj seemed that n penniless bride was not I tho fancy of till very worldly and selfish young man. Nobody looked down ujion alls) Drls coll when she 'readjusted her Itfo In accordance with n changed financial condition. She was a general favorite nnd preserved her wonted cheerful-lie- s nnd exerted dier helpful Influence Tires are advancing every day but we are we have on hand at the old price. sell-wha- t as lefore. Willis Ilurton married Into a nowly rich fatally and flaunted tho daulo of money bags llko tbo cud he wat. Hugh Tresham set studiously, seriously at work to console Mis Drlscoll. Hut ho did not proceed far in that direction, for very quickly and very clearly Vera Indicated that tho needed no consolation as to lier lost lorer. la fret, the began to evidence an lottr- tho young lawyer et In the affairs Inofhit coBapaalonsalp nnd a pleasure that caused both to blest the money llsaster Hut bad ltd to Ion and ttf choicest btwtJBjBS. D. F0THERGILL. OR R. P. LONG, Phone IK. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 10 1920. iriE IE8i Fruit And Berries ( Bargains We are offering the following prices for TEN DAYS ONLY Plentiful. Classified Column RATESt Single insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ndt in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. jtXMMoecxxTCieaxisKwtsaiincMi Hay Rakes 3-4- We are to have apple, pears, peaches, plums, cherries and Hack and raspberries In profusion this 'year, but every tweet has its bitter, .and there Is decidedly- more bitter I than sweet this time, for the sweet wherewith to care for the bountiful crop of fruit and berries Is so scarce and high ns to place it beyond the reach of many of us. - V. C. Fertiliser TOBACCO FOR BURLEY LAND Matures the Crop Earlier Makes the Leaf Brighter. OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Flour Try a Sack Today. We deliver in Town. ' $35.00 up. Mowing Machines $65. up. 2 Old Hickory Wagons $140.00 in. Purebred Holstcins Shipped to Fulton Co. If you want a bargain, act quick as (he above can not be bought wholesale at these prices now. Sweet Potato Plants for sale. Five purebred built have been dis I. P, Thompson. tributed to the fanners in Fulton Co, through the organized efforts of the Mr, John Williams taid to tell you county agent working with the bank. he had n lot of sweet potato sprouts. era In that county. These bulls are s being worth $450 strictly FOR SALE: Upright piano In a piece. Now the farmers are in the good condition. Call this office. market for the two carloads of Holi tein cows. This means Fulton Coun FOR SALE Light rubber tired ty will have more and better dairy buckbonrd. Good condition. cattle in the very near future. Hugh Mobley. first-clas- Cow Peas. Cane Seed, Soy Beans, Millet, Broom Corn Seed, Buy Your Winter Coal Conn Brothers. 31111 IIE Farmers Visit Ex periment Station. Last Saturday 77 farmers from Madison County spent the day on the FOP. SALE- - Houte and lot NOW. Lime, Stnd, Cement, Brick. on Danville street. Kanawha Salt. J. LOST W. Pumphrey. Experiment Station Farm. This represents the first delegation of farmers to visit the Station this season FOR SALE Good Poland China DC 3E and teems to be n good indication that boar, large type. Registered. krge groups of farmers from many JO-tRobert R. Fox. counties in the State will plan to travel to the Experiment Station this aged white WANTED Middle $1.50 Issu.d Weakly. deen-Ang- us summer to see results of experimen- lady to help about the houte and. cook Y.r. Payable in Advaac. tal work along the various lines of Phone 30-J- , Mrs. Jane M. Rote In this sale A. D. and Walker agriculture. One of the Madison Bryantsville. Ky E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. Brndshnw, formerly of Lancaster, County farmers said, "I have learn R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Ky., will dedicate their new farm ed enough to make the trip worth FOR SALE: Five Passenger Ford They have selected choicely bred in $100 to me," a pretty good price for car in first class condition at a bar r, Entered at the Pott Office in dividunls with the most fashionable a day's work. gain. Inquire at Deathcrage Gar Mail Ky., ai Second-Cla- n bloodlines. Every breeder in the age. Matter. great state of Kentucky should be glad to claim such progressive and Lucaster, Ky., Juae 10. 1920 enterprising breeders in their ranks Convention. I will tell strawberries by the crate as the Dradshaws. They have dreams session of the only. Parties wanting to buy, call The seventy-fift- h of making the new farm one of the Member Kentucky Press Association Southern Baptist Convention which 384-F- . most hUtoric in the commonwealth 3.27-3and Walton E. Mots The cattle which they sell this time was held at Washington May Eighth District Publiihen League. are strong in the blood of Plowman wan Irrmany respects the gTcatest'con If you are thinking of selling your which recently sold in the Kershaw vention ever held by this important Rate, For Political Aaaoaacemaats. rale for the record price of the breed, lenominatlon. More than 8000 met farm at Auction, see Green Clay Wal ker, representing O. T. Wallace and For Precinct and City Offices..! 5.00 $40,000. Never has there been such tensers were enrolled at the main con Company, 305 Trust Building, Lex 10.00 a highly bred offering of Aberdeen vention hatl, besides several thout For County Offices U, ington. For State and Diitrict Offices. .15.00 Angus in Kentucky. There is ands of delegates to the W. M. .10 scarcely an animal listed that is not convention and many of visitors. For Calls, per line A grey horse came to FOUND .10 fit to add strength and' prestige to Reports showed that this denomi For Cards, per line all publications In the inter-e- st has increased 100 per cent in my place about n month ago. Owner For any herd In the land. The bulls arc nation years, while the may have him if he pays for adver of Individuals or expressuitable to head the best of herds the last twenty-fiv- e sion of Individual views, per number of churches have increased timement and keeping. and should make good wherever they Clayton Kindred, Lancaster 3 10 go. The Bradshaws lino have been con 300 per cent and total contributions .06 structive breeders. Obituaries, per lino have increased about 1,600 per cent Every breeder in Kentucky should attend the sale These churches reported 75,000 con FOR SALE Registered Duroc and lend his support. Send for cat vertions during the year and more pigs at farmers prices; also some high FOR CONGRESS. , than 92 millions raised in cash and bred, cholera immuned, stock shoats, alogs. We are authorized to announce Following is reports of the Aber pledges for mitsions and benevolence, sows and pigs af shippers prices. RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, The session was well termed the Phone s cattle sales recently held T. J. Underwood, Victory Convention and from begin a candidate for the Democratic nomi- in Iowa Paint Lick, Ky nation for Congress in this, the Varigus records were broken in. niPK to end was replete with Inter Eighth Congressional District of the series of Aberdeen-Angu- s sales est. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles, Rev, Kentucky. State Primary Election, held in Iowa last week. The circuit and Mrs. D.F . Sebastian, Miss Min Saturday, August 7, 1020. opened at the Glyn Mawr Farm of ervn Cox, Mits Rebecca Williams The newest and most remarkable Julius Tudor and Son at Iowa City on Rev. C. D. Strother, and possibly invention for Ford cars. A Steering FOR CONGRESS. iS May 25th, where C8 head averaged others from this county, attended Device whtch makes the Ford safer to females aver, this convention and all report We are authorized to announce 12,220. Sixty-seve- n ride in, easier to steer and far more COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson aged $2,051, and the yearling bull splendid time and a nioit harmonious comfortable to drive. Costs only county, a candidate for the Demo Egret fell to the bid of R. W. Plum and vlctoriout convention. $1.50, worth more than $20.00. For sate at Wm. Marsee's Garage, cratic nomination for Congress in mer, Marshalltown, la., nt $14,000. Lancaster, Ky. this, the Eighth Congressional Dis- The top price for a female was trict of Kentucky. State Primary $7,000, bid by Mead and Wegand, At a meeting of the guarantors of Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920. Greene Iowa, for the Notice the Chnutauqun which will he held Blackcap of Glyn Mawr 4th. here, July 2nd. the following com is hereby given that blank Notice On May 20 W. II. Cooper sold 42 mittees were appointed: F. S. Hugh MORE ROCK AND LESS OIL ON females at Hedrick nt an average of cs, Chairman; John M. Forrn, Vice- - Fire Policies Not. 138351 both in elusive, ulto bank Tornado Policies $3,209. The top price was $10,000, THE STREETS. Chairman: D. A. Thomas. Secretary Not. 133001 to 133025 both inclu bid by P. J. Donohoe, Holbrook, la., Treasurer. Advertising W. S. Car tive, of the London & Lancashire It is reported that oil has been for Llluna E., a rier, Chairman; II. C. Sutton R. L. Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. of Liverpool, On May 27 In P. J. Donohoe's sale ordered for the streets and we will Elkin England, have been lost from our of soon have another mets of it in our at Holbrook 51 head averaged $3,315. TICKET W. A. Farnau, Chair fice, and the public is hereby caution' The top bid was $15,000, which took town. It Is our firm conviction thnt man, .Mrs. William U. Uurton, vice' cd against the acceptance of any of these many water pockets on our Blackcnp Lassie for D. J. Lceney, Ox Chairman. said policies, as no claims thereunder streets should be filled with rock in- ford, la. Mr. Lceney also got Pine meeting of the guarantors and will be recognized by the Company Park Elgon, a bull, at the committees will be held stead of oil. Oiling of streets-ma- y at the Elmore & Hopper, Agents. be sulTernble when the surface is in $0,000. The 50 females averaged Woman Clubon Friday evening $3,302. condition to receive it but our main 11th, nt 7:30 P. M. and every Miss Nora Baldwin's sale at Kes June highways in Lancaster are far from member of the Womnns Club Is ask jiuch a condition at this time. A rlJe wick on May 28 resulted in an aver ed to be present to meet with the over the five main streets of our age of $1,010 on 40 females. The members of these committees. my Discloses me lamemauie inci top price was $5,800, bid by John Buy a good prain stock or tobacco that all are now most impossible to Htch, Lake City, la., for the three- Church. Blackcap, Progress and cow farm in Indiana, All sizes priced from travel. What will be the condition year-ol- d next winter? To fill the holes with calf. On Sunday morning the pastor will $35 to $200 per acre, one 350 acre The beautifully conditioned Rosen- - preach on the subject, "JUDAS IS- - in Henry county, all level at $175.00 oil will do no good. The council has done but little work on any of gift offering of Carl A. Roienfeld at CARIOT". It Is possible for us to per acre. Terms to suit. Lots of the main streets during the past two Kelley on May 20, obtained an aver leam lessons that are well worth our the Kentucky boys areb uying some years and as we understand it there ago of $1,005 on 51 head. The top while, even from the life of the of these rare bargains. I will meet you at the train and are no plans to reconstruct either price was $7,200, the successful bid meanest man. It is hoped that all Stanfoid, Richmond, Lexington or of Anderson Bros., Tyler, Minn., for will come In time for Sunday Schocl. take care ofjrou while you are lookBlackcap Our school Is on the upgrade and no ing them over. cow Danville Streets this year. We hear the Warren B, Murray, it, rumored thafa move la on foot to uwynn. Three bulls averaged $1.. Baptist in Lancaster can afford to a . .. . R. R. 0. Conners ville. Ind. build new streets and extend new 417 and 51 females $1,500. mitt it " You will find cattle in the Brad- afreets It was decided by the church Sun It would benefit more taxpayers shaw tale carrying the same blood at day to have a teriet of Revival Sern'nil be far better for the city and the ones sold In lown. The oppor- vices sometime during the month of OF SO ACRES OF LAND. wiser business we think to put the tunity was never so good to start n Sept., or Oct. We are not in a posLocated on Long Branch, one mile main streets In a condition that the pure bred herd of Angus cattle as it ition to tay, at pretent, who shall public may get in and out of town will be June, ICth. Buy while they have charge of these services; but the from McCreary, on SATURDAY, JUNE 10th. before new streets are built. We are cheap, they will be higher next pattor takes the liberty of announcat 2 o'clock, do not know who Is responsible for year. ing that we shall secure a preacher the proposed ollltjg of the streets, Thii farm hat good G room dwell- the whole town and the entire county County and it is rumored that the council has will want to hear. inf. good stock and tobacco barn that not authorized any to do so, but be Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock the will hold 4 acres of tobacco, good that as it may, wc think that the first Union service of the year will fence and well watered. money required to oil the streets The Board of Pardons In settion be held at the Baptist Church. Rev. This is all good tand stone land, could be better spent in repairing last week paroled Clarence Cry sent F. D. Palmeter of the Methoditt and In a high state of cultivation. any one of the main highways lead- up for life from Garrard County In church will bring the menage. TERMS made known on day of ing into the city. More rock at this 1904, and serving hit term at Eddy. Everyone is cordially Invited to be sale. time and lets oil is what the city ville. Cry was a colored man, and pretent SAM LONG. LIGE LONG, Capt.'Am Bourne, Auctioneer. resided la Davlttown. need. C. D. Strother f. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." Lart Friday, a gold medal with Initlalt, W. M. V. Return to this office. f TT... X mam T1aa.Aa. 9 -M Telephone 26. BggM? To The Citizens of - The Central Record An Important Aber Sale Lan-- . LAD OF HANGING FORK FARM. caster, Ky. Lan-catte- Southern Baptist Strawberries. 12-1- 7, 1. .......... .......... deen-Angu- 7-- The Jubilee Stabilizer! REGISTERED JERSEY BULL Honorable Mayer, City Ceunril ami SERVICE FEE $5.00 CASH. People of Lancaster, Ky: ONE .MILE OUT DANVILLE PIKE. Whereas, the franchise now held by us it void by reaion of being in con- Arch Otrsiral In chart and h ha flict with the State Constitution, and ord.r. le collvct In advanc. Whereat, we have no franchtte for G. B. SWNEBROAD. operating our plant in the- - City of Lanratter, Ky., because the tame Is void as aforesaid, the City Council of the City of Lancaster, Ky., and the For public generally arc hereby notified that we will on August lit, 1920, or as toon thereafter as practical, move all our polet and electrical equipment from the ttrcett of the city of Lancaster, Ky. This notice is given ns a legal notice, as we understand that reason able notice mutt te given before e can remove said property And discontinue taid plant. We are willing to do anything we can to with the city in a franchise for the purpose of furnishing electric light and power to and alljklnds of the citizens of the city, but we can ' not continue it further without ex penrive additional equipment, and this we can not do at the present SEE OR PHONE rates and without n legal franchise protecting us In our rights. Done this April 2Cth, 1920 Respectfully submitted, Lancaster. Ky BASTIN BROTHERS. Quick Service and Good Work By 1L V. Bastln. tf Up-To-D- Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, Painting Tin Work P.B.Wjlliams&Co i; Chautauqua. Committee four-year-o- assssssssssssssssssai .aaasssD aaaaalaaaal - aaB Ktkt aJ"aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW CALORIC HEAT curs tuiLtiNe com tat CIMHV MAMTUt OftFISTUMlNIIMt CW IV 6 FOOT CIllSA MOUialD CKlMtC ftWyiMS fcWTONl liO ISTftACNIMNia SUMMEi ft NEW HOME Put a heatiag srjnUra la your new boat will be an iavtatmcnt that will pay dividends In comfort aod coaraksac- that will poaklvfly pay Its own cost la tt saving cHutl. The f atsow pstaaM ' four-year-o- ld Indiana Farms that For Sale. Baptist . 1?JC InHatUllon. art s4t 4 lltf, U Utt.ulM uMit-J- " Iwjui Wullir Ueiorttss three-year-ol- d ha a proven record of savtw to H U ulomc4d systems. HattlaUtkertxuM in luiMlngi of 1 S ruoms or iaaa, through ob rttbter. An UBwusUle4 luqt la hosssa la every state. Maay la Uds cesnmiaky, The moMrybaaJi of the ruaj-aota- e tiiii'i i i mm ft m Public Auction Garrard Man Paroled. qjisa JHliJO ill til t HASELDEN BROS. mmmm Aft The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday, June 0, 920 1 1 Make Your Selection Today White wash skirts, .Middy Suits, Middy Dresses, All Wnsh wearing for Women, Misses nnd Children. ' While our stock Is complete with the very latest models in n wide range of ap-pnr- el That beautiful Serge, Tricotine, Jersey or Poiret Twill Suit, in colors and styles suitable for fall wear. Take advantage of this opportunity and save nearly 50 per garment. cent on The unusual mid-summ- er styles we are showing in Footwear. Our prices are right and the standard of quality the very highest. colors. Middy Suits from $7.G0 to $22.50 Middy Dresses from $3.50 to $15.00 White Wnsh Skirts from $3.50 to $10.50 the The Joseph Mercantile Qo The One Price Store- RENT TO PAY. trimming our price and not our customers. We nre still POST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. We will sell you a Screen doors from $1.50 up. Jno. Deere Mowers $70.00 Screen Windows 85c up. Jno Deeru Cultivators $30, $55. 'Seed KeanH 15 cents per pint. $55 ;. good Mailable stove $99.00. Olivor Cultivators Overland Cultiv G shovels $5b. Other Stoves $30 and up. A good set Harness $23.50, up. Hay Hakes Malta Double Shovels .$5.50 Duggies $150.00 and up. MUCH NOT House of Quality. Mis. Naomi Cornith of Harrodt-bur- g Mus Edna Bcrkele, who has been Kj., was the week end vititor of tcnchlnrj at Mt. Sterling, has returned to Lancaster for the summer vaca- Mist Lillian Et.cs. tion. Mr. C. T. Chcnault, of San Fran-clico, Morrow-Kinnai- rd. J. R. MOUNT The Q Joe Francis and other friends the Mr. and Mrs. Will Dickcrson nnd past week. daughter, Katie Harries, are i pendMines Marie and Hazel Walker ing several days in Cincinnati. were guctts of Mils Eltie Drown for Csmisji iisi A RrUf McnHiv.ef of the Miss Elizabeth Anderson who has the closing entertainments Cwnji tylhei Mt Kit iMmiUd In. been in Tennessee the past few Graded school. months at a trimmer, is at home. The W. C. T-- U. will meet with Mrs Rev. Clarence Strother hat been Mrs. Frank Winman, of Lexington, J. II. Kinnaird at 2 o'clock to observe (pending a few ilayi in Lebanon. is at the bedside of her aunt, Mrs. Flower Minion. Bring your flowers already bunched, Helle Taylor, on Richmond avenue. Lizzie Simpson of Stanford, Miss U the guest of Lancaster relatives. Hon. Milton Elliott, of Lexington, Mrs. Alexander Kennedy, Mrs. W. Kennedy, arc hat been spending a few days in LanWil- A. Farnau, and son, Mrs. Mary LuU and Miit Sue caster with Ids brother, Dr. W. M. spending several days in Danville. liams are vuiting relatives in London. Elliott and family. Miss Jemlon Gatcwood, of Mt. Mr. Joe Wheeler of near Danville, Sterling, Is the guest of Miss Mamia Mr. C. T. Chenault, Mrs. J. W. was a visitor In Lancaster Saturday. Stormes Dunn, on Richmond avenue. Mrs. Dunlap Blanton and children were visitors of relatives in Mis. Therusa Currey is visiting her Miss's Margaret Cook of Danville Richmond Sunday, daughter, Mrs. Fisher Gaines in Dan- and Chattinc Sprague, of Louisville, ville. wrc visitors in Lancaster Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Elkin and baby, of Atlanta, have been visiting his Mr. Robert Grlnstead of Waco, is The many friends of Mrs. U. I). father, Capt. Tom Elkin and Miss making his usual Sunday calls in Simpson are sorry to hear of her illSallle Elkin on Richmond street. tancatter. ness at her home on Richmond street, Mrs. Robert Todd, who ha been Mr. J. W. Miller has returned Mr. and Mrs. Duncan of Nicholas-vill- e the guest of .Mrs. J, E. Robfnsan, hat from' a visit to Mrs. H. E. Hughes in were week end guests at the gone for a visit to Stanford friends Louisville. home of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Uaieldcn. before returning to her home in Ohio, SL" Mlu Eliza Iton of Bryanttvillc, Mr. and Mrs. George Harris of Miss Inez Ray left Monday for a has been spending a few days in Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Irvine, several weeks visit ith relatives in Lancaster. Richmond, Lexington and Frankfort. of Louisville, spent the week end with Judge nnd Mrs. E. W. Harris on Mrs. Rote Mason has gone for a Miss Charlie Elmore teacher in the Mu pie Avenue. visit to relatives In Chicago and Hills-borSchool for the Deaf in North CaroOMo. lina, has returned home for the. sumMiss Allic Arnold, who has been Mies Virlgnfa llourne has returned mer. teaching the Colorado School for the from a visit to relatives in Lexington Deaf.-hn- s retunted from Colorado Mrs. Louis Lnndram, Miss Elizaand Vcriailles. Springs and will spend the vacation beth Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Clay SutIn Lancaster. Mrs. Eliza Dallard ef Bryantsville, ton were visitors in Danville Monspent Tuesday with the family of Mr. day .Miss Angle Kinnaird who has been Tom"llallard. teaching In the School for the Deaf, Mrs. Jeiie. Arnold, Miss Lizzie Ileiin California, ha returned to LanMrs. Graham Price, of Danville, tis. Mr. Ellen Bcttls, Mr. and Mrs. caster, where she will spend the sumhits been the recent guest of Mrs. James Smith were in Danville Monmer vacation with her parents, Dr. day. Martha Frftbie. and Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird. He v. Henry I'. Manning, of the Mr, end Mrs. OrlicllUx, Mrs. C. I). Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Hays and atPowell, Mines Faille Lutx, Addle and Trinity Episcopal Church, Danville, CritcillU, spent Sunday with has been the recent guest of Miss tractive daughter, Jane, who have Mose spending the winter in Lancason Richmond been Jeanie D. Lackey, Mr. and Mrs- - Charlie Baroctt in ter, have gone to Clinton, Mistouri. avenue. This excellent family made n host of friends during their stay here. Gossip About People lt Mrs C. B. Pence of Lexington Ky., is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. California, is the guest of hit M. A. Cottrcll of Paint Lick Ky. tiitcr, Mrs. J. W. KImore and Mr. ElMr. and Mrs. Frank Browning more. were called to Lebanon Tuesday, by Mrs. L. J. Sanford of Hill Court the death of his father, Mr. Brownhas returned from n visit to her ing. daughter, Mrs. Maurice Ashley of Mrs. Alvin Estes of Richmond, Ky. Louisville. Mrs. Elizabeth Townsend of Clayton, Mr. Richard Ware and wife, of Mich., and Mits Sabra Estes of Waco Chattanooga, Tcnn., arc guests of his Ky., wore visitors of Mr. anil Mrs. S. Deal House. sitter, Mrs. R. E. McRobcrtt and Mr. H. Estes during commencement. McRobcrts. Mitfcs Ruth Carrier, Mary Owsley, Mm Mary Lee Lear is visiting her Mitt Margaret Carr, of St. Louit, sister Mr. Mac Wilkins and Mr. Wil. hat been the charming guctt of Mrs. Christine Sanders, Wllmn Henry, Bernice Champ and Mary Davit, kins In Shelby N. C. & CO. have returned from the different colleges in Lexington are with their parents for the vacation. Mrs. James Royston entertained the past week with n noon dinner party at her home on Hilt Court in Mrt. honor of her daughter-in-law- , Claude Royston, of Chicago. The house and table was decorated with lovely flowers and n deliciout menu was served. One of the social events of the e, was held Monday evening twelve guests attended the beautiful dinner party given by Miss Edna Barkele at her home on Lexington avenue in honor of Miss Jcnilon Gntewood, of Mt. Sterling, the house guests of Mlts Mamie Stormes Dunn. The roomt and table were decorated with June flowers, rotes, iris, peonies and sweet peat. The affair was thoroughly enjoyed by the guests. season when Mrs. Banks Hudson underwent a o, slight operation nt the Danville Hospital this morning. It is not believed the operation is of a serious nature and she will probably return to !( home In n few- - days... Mr. R. L. Elkin of Lancaster, came to Danville this morning to catch the train for Atlanta where he will witness the graduation of his son, Dan Elkin, from the Medical College of that city. Danville Mettenger. Two of Central Kentucky's old and popular families were united this Thursdny morning at 10:30 o'clock when Miss Margaret Morrow became the bride of Mr. John Gill Kinnaird. The nuptials were celebrated at the Mt. Auburn Methodist church, Cincinnati, the pastor officiating. Only n few friends and relatives of the contracting parties were present to witness the ceremony. The ceremony was impressive and at the conclusion the bride and groom were showered with congratulations and best withes. The bride was lovely in a dark blue chiffon cloth, eton style and wore u should smart hat to match. She carried n bouquet of sweet peas and Mrs. PUBLIC SALE. Aaron Ward rotes. She is a gentle woman, with all the swectnets and charms that glorify a life and make Only it n Joy to hosts of friends. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. On Tuesday, June 22nd, 1020, as and Mrs. E. W Morrow, of this city, and Is beautiful and charming. The Executrix of the will of I. F. Nnylor, I will sell to the highest bidder n lot groom is the ton of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. of personal property, a part of which Kinnaird of this city, and one of the most popular young men of this com- lis described below. Sale will begin fclll. jllttkK munity. He poitesse many traits (IV f U MVIA . 1 .... of character worthy of imitation. of the late I. F. N'nylor, which is on pike about four miles from He is in the automobile business and Lexington Lancaster. a splendid citizen in every scnte of . Description of Property the word. On Wednesday evening at the GibLive Stock. son Hotel in Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. Three Brood tows, 32 thoats, one Frank B. Marktbury entertained boar hog, five milch cows, four calves, with an elegant dinner party in honor 4 two year old steers, one short horn of the couple. These from here who bull, one mare and colt, three year attended the wedding "and dinner old mare, pair of four year old work were Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Walkcr.-Mr- . mulct, 3 two year old mules, one and Mt. Robert Kinnaird, Mr. and ' pair yearling mules, Mrs. F. B. Marksbury, Mr. Paul Mor- i Farming Implements. row and Dr. Virgil Kinnaird. One binder, one mower, 4 turnMr. and Mrs. Kinnaird left im- I s, mediately after the wedding for n ing plows, a harrows, 2 double 2 corn planters, 2 hay frames, short trip to Old Point Comfort, wagon, one drag, 3 cutting harWashington City and other Eastern points nnd upon their return they will rows, set shop tools, one hay baler, be nt home to their friends with Mr. wheat drill, wagon harness, and! n and Mrs. Joe Walker on Richmond lot of other farming implements too avenue. numerous to mention. Two stacks of hay. Sale will begin promptly at nine More Money o'clock. Terms made known cn day Chickens. of tale. Mn. Nellie Naylor. With the present high prices ef Capt A. M. Bcurne, Auotioncer. poultry products and the prospect of their being higher than wat ever known this coming winter, the farm poultry flock should have the best possible rare in order to reap the bcnelits of these high prices. The Poultry Department of the College of Agriculture hat found that there are certain rules by which the farmer can cull out the unprofitable hens and dispose of them, thereby, tnvinrr the feed nnd allowing him to keep more of the productive ones. A circular hat Juit been issued entitled "Cull the Early Moltcr," showing the farmers how they can go over their flocks nnd pick out the hens that are not laying ns many eggs as they 'Personal Property J sho-'vel- From I CASH AND CARRY 1 PRICES Pure lard by can per pound 25 cents, Red pimentos per can 15 cents, Full weight oysters per can 15 cents, Pink salmon per can 20 cents, Sweet potatoe, cabbage and tomato plants for sale. I I 8 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Crutcher, of Georgetown and Crab Orchard are ditmantling Whitley Haute preparatory to putting the property on sale. The home is stored with antique furniture which is to be dispoted of on same day as the farm, and may be teen by those calling at the houie before the day of sale. Mr. and Mrs. Crutcher are cordial hosts of the interesting old mansion. In thetc days pf nurturing patriotism from na tlon down to State, "one feels every good Kentucklan mutt have seen this historic shrine, and a trip there would delightfully fill a summer afternoon. Mrs. Claude G. Royston nnd son, of Chicago, who have been visitors to Lancaster kinsmen nnd friends Mr. and Mrs. James A. Royston, of have received the following anHill Court, are concluding their stay nouncement: in Kentucky with a visit of tame Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Woods h, weeks to Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Galncs, I on Maple avenue. announce the marriage of their daughter, Mrt. Elizabeth Joseph and father, Martha, Mr. Fox, and Mettrs A. D. Joseph, to Mr. John R. Scott, Clay Miller and Dean Zanone were Wednesday, June the second, in Louisville Sunday. They were accompanied as far as Nlcholasville by one thoumnd nine hundred and twenty, Lancaster Kentucky. Miss Minnie Brown. Kav-anaug- Hear It For Yourself meNew Edison "The Phonograph with a Soul" SANDERS VARIETY STORE 8 Carry It home. Save the difference. Uirat&saBiJBBijmr. ?slNllfnBPrlBr 1 Miit Elizabeth Gibbs entertained with a bridge party at her home on Notice. Lexington avenue Thursday after-no- n Bring that coat to Henry Moore in honor of Mrs. Robert Todd, of Ohio. After the enjoyed game that you picked up on the bench in If you Ice cream, ttiuwbtrrics and cakes front of the Court House. were tervtd. About twelve guests bring it to me nothing will be said. Henry Moore. were present. Stormes Drug Store The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 10, 1920 Snhh LHcatlM SUti .nl-ir-. Ttim U a tiarmulncr dllromfort blood, tho disease being caused by by Eczema that become an Infection which breaks out canted Thai is a torture. The Itching l almost through tho skin. treatmentwny wo for all unbearable, and tho skin scema most satisfactory S on fire with the burning irri- soalled skin diseases Is S. S. thoroughly tation. A euro from local applica- for this remedy so no Irnpurt-tie- s that tions of salves and ointments is Im- cleanses tho blood Oct o bottle tocan rcmalr. possible, lecause such treatment will see results from can only allay tho pain temporar- day, and you Write for ily. The disease can only bo the right treatment. advice. Address Medical Director, reached by Going deep dow The Itching and Sting Eczema of Blazing, Fiery Eczema is the nurr of Tfcn in CLEANING UP Dr MYRA E. MAJOR 1 Uai.a.l iCottubu , lit, w.it.ra NMsr source. 110 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. OEMTEIS The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Hare it The OERTEL Matter! of N. L. Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Harrodsburg Ky 0rtU your home atfell tlmti Co- - Louisville, Ky. Incorporated Doubt. Dark. Dark and OarltU Light. In 0rl! W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR and Btecome Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. There wero l boarders nt the I home of Mrs. Luclln Goodwin anil they I were n congeulnl nnd pretty well ntl fled sextette. There wn a Mr. KnU Grny nnd hi joting wife, the twi IMIM Ward, spinster. (Jordan Lisle i nnd Millie Forrester. The joints mm r hut nntnetl urn mi liitlti-lri- nl ! the sitting Indy nn nsslstnnt bookkeeper, nnd with ttittn principally the story tins tn tlo. Ttie (Irnji had Jnt started out In nmrrkil llf', (Jonlon Lisle wns nt the 'tlim working on a salary nnd Ml n beginner In her tl.en I'orrester existing position. Hhe nnd the llntjs wore content to occupy mom. on the third Moor, while I.Mc had nn mntrt ment In tho lialf nttlc. Hie Mle Ward, having nn Income from it mwiII estate, were aide to ny for more pre tentlous quarters on the tloor below, these grades of nutins illil not iluit the regard with which Mrs. Good-- , considered thent. All were wel-- I ouue to the dottlite parlor on the first tloor, nnd mnny pleasant concert eve ning they Mr. Goodwin the delighted high priestess of so tntirh hnnuony nnd comfort. Mltlle nt the plums Lisle nccompanylng her with I his violin, the spinsters always, called upon for nn old time duct and the 'Grays In nn ecstasy of enjoyment sen- tlmcntnlly'holdlng hnnds. It was when there wns a brettk In ! this Hrfect circle thnt Millie grew sad nnd thoughtful nnd the others lost their former home Interest. The young man had told his friends enough to Indicate that lie had lingered tn the city fl contest a Inwsutt which Involved n large amount due him from nn engineering corjsjrntlon. Tlie case went ngalnst him 'and he was n very much disappointed mnii. "Somehow I lost all the Important lipers In the matter," ho tolit Millie sorrowfully the evening they parted. "I have got to go back to hard work, penniless and defrauded. It Is n to lime you go out of my life, Mln Forrester," he lidded with ileep feeling, "for your comiwny - Ims been a pleasure nnd uu Inspiration I have asked my sister, Mr. , to me. Hurt ley, to Invite you to her home, for she will miss you, too, and It will bo a Hilace to. me to realize thnt you two are sometimes thinking of tne." "I shall never forget ou." nnswered Millie with truth nnd emotion, and she broke down In tears after hi deI Diamond TIRES ni tncd, I I , parture. Once a week after that on Invitation Millie was an evening cm-- it of Utile's sister. They became true friends aud more so thnn ever when on one occn-- ; sion Mrs. Hartley told Millie tliut she was the only girl Gordon had ever loved and Millie, overcome. confessed ' thnt he had won the affection she had never before rcvenleil. In henrt to heart sympathy those two nnd the frequent Utten tho brother wrote to Ills sister and they sent back messuges. of hoM) and cheer. Mrs. Goodwin, tho kindly landlady, took her lint vacation In twenty jears and by a mere coincidence exactly nt the time thnt Millie wns apportioned hers. A helpful Impulse enme to the latter after she had decided that she would remain In the city during the two weeks si.fl! of leisure. Mrs. Goodwin had been kind and motherly toward her nnd Mllllo set nt work to repay nit tier friendly consideration. Tlie ortly landlady did her best, but amid her multitudinous duties she neglected cleaning house that Miring. Tlie vncant room that Ltslo had occu pied had not found another tenant. In u systematic wuy Millie started I to havo a grand surprise for Jim. (loodwin when she returned. Mrs. (!niy gnve her whut assistance she could and tho cleunlng up program was good practice for the bride of a jeur and gttie Millie a new Insight as to household work. Somehow It suddcued, yet engrossed her to work In the room that Lisle hnd occupied. It had not been touch-e- l sliicu his departure and hu lutd left pictures on the wall, framed I some i there was nn old straw hat In a clyset and In wastehasket JhiicII sketches of l ! tirli!"., nnil A,hlw1n!t -t - f lift t lia luiil miiplHil out. On a window ledge Mllllo came upon a faded rose bud. She wondered if it was one shohad worn In her hnlr and gave to hltu one Wm. M ARSEE, Lancaster, Ky THORNHIIX WAGONS Make Your Home 1 a Cheerful Home -- sssW JsssssssssssssVMWV rHnassHHiisssK A rvH lam 1 ou can't expect folks to be happy and contented where the home is in half darkness, and prcnieated by the irncll of smoky lamps. Every member of your family Is entitled to oil the bright electriclight which city folks have. If somebody asked you to buy an expensive plant that simply furnished light and no more, you might have some good nrgumtnts against such a purchase, but when'you think of n lighting plant that is alio a plant capable of operating any nnd ever' small mnchlne on your place, that is another matter. Made In the of the Hardwood Region w Hrf evening er that owners figure thnt this power practically takes the place of farm help. It certainly does enable tho help to do more; or less help to do the same work. Uenco Light is not a luxury It is a servant thnt will Increase production nnd pay for itself in actual dollars and cents. ou really owe it to yourself to call here with your wife and see this wonderful plant May we expect you? at work. Is such a plant. In addition 'to being a perfect electric lighting plant, it has a pulley by which machines can be run while charging your batteries. When this is done, your lights cost practically nothing. Gcnco Light Is such n positive labor sav- CONN BROS., Dealers LANCASTER, KY. Maaafsctyrad a Uourar, fa. Millie did not e.vnde a thorough renovation of the neglected room. There was a wardrobo client of drawers set In a niche and all of these she dislodged and scrublml and made sweet and clean. As she was Hutting one back In the ptace her eyes fell upon a crushed (mckugc of ptifieni wedged In behind a lining hoard nnd tho botHliu drew It tom of the witnlrobe, forth. Ten minutes Inter, hurriedly dressed and all In a flutter, Millie hastened from tht house to seek the sister of the man she loved. These must le the missing paper your brother so often tohli me about," spoke Mllllo breathlessly. "Oh I It so, tlo they not mean something to hlniT and Mr. Hartley uttered a glad cry as she looked them over. "Oh. Millie I" sho cried joyously, "they are the precious documents. Indeed I We must wire Gordon at once. You glorious glri I You have restored his fortuuo and" she paused and bestowed upon Mllllu uu Interrogative glance. "Yea." replied Millie frankly and fervently, "and lore, true and huttaf. aa It was hla loo I h the spreader 3 timemanure and lime makers. ocedpird the of many wagon Hut SM -- " . aia asi. HUtuiMViV Thorn-hi- ll stuck to the wagon and to the farmer trade. Over rough mountain roads, through iwamp, at logging camps, these wagons did duty daily. Thui the fame of the Thornhill spread, and the demand grew steadily greater. no man can make. Some sav their location in h ni .W- hardwood region ii the reaion why they can build such a wcar-prowajon. And this is partly true. For good, tough oak and hickory arc things labor-savin- mighty foresM of mountain hickory. The ground is hard the climate severe. The wood has to fight for life. So it grows sturdy and strong and tough well nigh unbreakable. It has nearly twice the strength of hickory that crow, in softer ground, which it uiually brittle-bnuThe white oak, growing under similar conditions, develops a similar toughness. The oak and hickory are dried outdoors under shelter and kept there from three to five years so piled that the air can circulate freely. The up dri la it. close-grainh. Tench HifhkasJ Hickory Thrir plant is located In the very thadow of Hut much due to their modern g plant. Materials start at one end of the plant nnd come out a finished wagon at the other. Each man does but a single tak, and he docs that task, to perfection. A CUa f BuiUs put to the men are due many of the long-wearmlight-runnin- Mtr g Thorn-lu- ll features. Years ago thev attracted to their plant the masters of wagon building. They asked these men for improvements, and the men who made them received thttr just reward. Together they worked out more Improvements than had ever been made in the twenty yean that went before. Let us show you a Thornhi!l an J demonstrate uc viiue of Tborshill cotmryctigg, m) W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. na" The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 10. 1920 100 Pair of Shoes We will close out SQUARE AUCTION ON SATURDAY, pair of shoes and of our old stock at the old stand, at 100 JUN& 12th Just received a car load of I pr 11 it Jars - Isome choice goods, DRESSES, SUITS, COATS, etc. will be sold at this sale for jthe high dollar. Sale opens promptly at three o'clock P. M. out-of-seas- on 1 J- - E- PAINT LICK dicksbsqn I & son MIm Margaret Francis is at home for a visit. Mr John White is with his daugh-te- r, It. G. Woerfi. MiM llerth Celsn spent Sunday with Mi Grace Hall. Mr. Millard I.edford has again returned to Pinovllle. Mis Kliiabeth Conn spent Sunday with Miss Ava MeWlwrter. Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Wynn motored to Danville Saturday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. K. - Woods was in shopping Monday. Dr. .'ictcalf of Ind., was 'ere Monday mink-linwith old friends. Miss (I race Hall was a visitor at Louiivle and Camp Taylor fast week Misj Catherine I.cdford spent Monday night with Mist Iva I.edford. Dr. Carman was In Paint Lick for Ig Rubbers andCaps Our prices are lower than the lowest. I Mr.-"- . fl. T. Scott & Son. I several days mingling withhold acquaintances. Misses Faye Ward and Sadie Ralston spent Sunday with Misses Marie and Hculnh I.cdford. C'y. M' lackey was the at- tractive guest of Miss Fnnny Dowdcn th past week end. Mr. and Mrs. John Drowning visited their daughter, Mrs. Parker Foley and Mr Foley Sunday. Miss Fanny Dew-deentertained the Girls Club Tuesday night. Nice refreshments were served. Amis Parks is at home for about 10 days visit. Amis has a splendid position with the Government in Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Guyn and children and Miss Mnble Hall were in Lancaster Saturday in the interest of the school. Mr. Pnd Mrs. W. C. Wynn had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pcmmany and children, Messrs I!. II. Woods and Mossis Todd. Miis Ituth Ross spent from Tuesday until Friday with .Mrs. It. W. while Mr. Kstridge was gone on a fishing trip to Rockcastle Uiver. We unintentionally failed to mention Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess were with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wynn and Mr. Rogers last week at Junction Mr. and Mm. James Morgan, Mr. and Mrr, CM. Uurgess and children remotored to Stanford Saturday turning Sunday evening. W hlle there they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J M. Mctcalf and family. Mrs. R. W. Estridge entertained at dinner Thursday Meadames D. A. llcrvcy. R. J. Walker, E. I. Woods, II. J. Patrick, H. L. Francis, J. IJ. Woods. J. II. Rulston, II. It. Montgomery, Misses Hallie Royston and Ruth Rots. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wynn and children, Mr. and Mrs. Hennct Roop and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Mike N'oc, Mr. and Mrs W. O. Hcmircn and children, Mr. anil Mrs. Green Ward and son, Harold, motored to Kingston Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. N'oe'a daughter, Mrs. Moody. Less Shepherd had the misfortune to get his leg broken Sunday A. M, He went to the pasture and caught his horse and was riding back when another horse passed kicking him In the ankle. It Is considered a very bad break. I)rs. Montgomery and Carman set the bone. At present he is suffering very much. Jerusalem' Thou that killost the prophets and .stoned hor brood under her wing and vc.'i would net. tl-c- that are sent unto thee, how oft would I hnve gathered you unto me as a hen lllll rS -- m4 Did I not beg ymi to"bu the Sanders farm June fith. You spineless men would not, Floyd Humphrey did and on Saturday the 8th, throe days Inter sold it for profit; just like finding wild trawborries; did not cost Humphrey one cent, just some nerve. S812 Now, Saturday at 2:00 l M. June 19th, on the premises will sell the Kemp C. Walker farm on the Buckeye pike in Garrard County, about one mile from lluckoye, well wattired, well fenced, good orchard, good residence and out buildings, good tobacco barn, good neighborhood; What are luxuries like these worth? Terms, Well, well, 50 per cent January 1st, the balance in ten years; the poor mans chance is knocking at his door. Now be on time, reserved seats for men, on yard fence. You will be requested to so balance yourself, that one third of your weight will be in front, will not be responsible for accidents unless directions are strictly observed. Any lady or gentlemen who fails to be comfortably seated will be furnished with tin onion set, the band will play homo sweet home by water power. The day of wonders is here, N. J. Gosney who weighs 5l90 pounds will be on the ground and go up 800 feet high in a balloon and jump and light on the back of n Shetland pony running. ?100 in gold will bo given to the man who can find the pony after Gosney lights. Then and now demonstrated, Joe Francis, Wood Uurnside and Toad West will be on the ground dressed in bloomers, "BACK TO CHILDHOOD" with bowed ' heads, renew their allegiance to one of the ten commandments they have often bent if not broken. Ceremony will be performed by Punk Prather, ($10. reward will be given 4he woman or man who guesses tho commandment.) All the assembly who believe these boys will be true to their allegiance, both men and women, will stand on their heads while Rugedy Ross with hair pompodoored will sing, as wo are going home. 50 V fhe Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 10, 1920 Auction Sale TO 111 ONLY I6cts PER POUND I SETTLE ESTATE TUESDAY, 250 ACRES -- JUNE 22nd, COUNTY -- i AT 10 O'CLOCK, IN MARION 250 ACRES BINDERS McCORMICK AND DEERING. Complete with tongue and transport $220.00 Complete with tongue and transport and tongue truck $240.00 i J. T. Lnnkford Farm, known as the "Banister Taylor Farm." miles South of Gravel On Gravel Switch Pike on North Rol'Ing Fork, Switch on L. and N. R. R. Will be subdivided into three tracts and sold to suit the purchasers. TRACT NO. 1 180 ACRES with main improvements. 7 room, 2 story dwelling, 2 halls, 2 porches, fitted with lighH; 5 room tenant house, 2 tobacco barns 40x120 and 36x60. New stock barn 56x80. Barns metal roofed. Gear room and crib with concrete floors. Can house over 20 acres tobacco and we in good repair. 80 acres have the land to grow it. All necessary in corn and tobacco, 100 acres in Blue Grass. ACRES, ALL IN BLUE GRASS. One tenant house TRACT NO. of three rooms and one of two rooms, with TRACT NO. 3 20 ACRES of unimproved bottom land. This farm consists mostly of first and second RolIingFork bottom land and everybody knows it will produce 12 to 15 barrels of corn year aft- -r year. Some rolling limestone land. 60 acres last year produced 750 barrels corn and 12 acres in tobacco sold for over $12,000.00 net. This farm is sure a money maker. In high state of cultivation and up and selling to the "High Dollar" WITHOUT RESERVE, OR LIMIT. The buyers name the price. Possession January 1, 1921, with fall seeding privileges. Easy terms. Buy this farm, give it half a chance and it will pay for itself. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS". For further particulars see J. T Lankford at the farm or at Lebanon, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever, at Danville, or gs m GALVANIZED ROOFING $9.00 PER SQUARE. Buy while the buying is good. ! 250 i I BY-BI- D I COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA ! ! Swinebroad, The Real Estate Wan LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, or RAINES AND THOMAS, Real Estate Agents, Lebanon Ky. Boliver Bond, Auctioneer. ' daughters were entertained Sunday BUCKEYE. by Mr. and Mrs. Allie Reynolds. Mr. Tom I'lerntt was in Lexington .Mr. Homer Ray it sutlerinc from Mr. and Mrs. Jim Matthews and Friday a painfully sore foot. dauhgter were entertained Sunday W. M. S. meets Thursday June 17, The farmers In this vicinity are by Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Matthews. at 3 o'clock. about through setting tobacco. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster enterI Miss Sallie Lou Teater who had Rev. X. G. Young was with Mr. tained at dinner Sunday, Mr. nnd is out ngnin. Mrs. Elijah McMillian and son, Mr. menilei and Mm. Hunter Davis Saturday and I'raycr meeting every Wednesday and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and son. Sunday. evening 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Raymond Davis and children, Iner Land and Mr. Tom Price Jliss Mrs. I'ermelia Bogie is visiting her were the dinner guests of Mill Jenie Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCullcy and In Lancaster. baby were guests nt dinner Sunday nclce, Mrs. Estes B. Ray Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R W. Snnders and Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvln Simpson. Mitt Iva Bert Dairey and Mr. Clell of daughters spent Sunday in Nicholas- Dailey motored to Lancaster Saturvl'le. Plgmtnts From Coal. day afternoon. Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son of Crab Itcmi-ntof more than 400 different Miis Jetsie It. Ray was the guest colors are obtained from coal. Orchard spent Thursday with Mrs. of Miss Agnes Jones and Mrs. Bobbltt Hiram Ray. Thunday night. homt Daniel Noel has returned Mr. snd Mr. John Dailey and after a few days stay with Mr. Jai daughtsrs were dinner guests of Mr pT Noel in Madison county. and Mrs. Robert Sowers. On Sunday June 13th Rev. Stroth vtjboot ontia If HivM't SIh Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley and er of lancnster will preach here at lo Ih 1 1 1 Botox. daughter spent the week end with Truer Jttowocm.!ic.lc Daa t .1 I'ctock, Sunday school at 2:30. tnom dncaurac j lxaur other Mr. and Mrs. Harve Tenter. Italami fiM, 1util'. Sal.. Kerbrdy welcome. mi 'tlmnl buorVtdi ol auk Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley und Mr and Mrs. Handy Kurt tMM. Vou CUt'l Im m out nnd Mnj Bmtk Ca.....(... little daughter spent Saturday night fanuly of Mercer county were guests It t our iUk TODAY Pitc Trr 1U. with Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Casey. r Mi local! try of Mr. L. F. Brown und family Sat Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Stapp and STORMES DRUG STORE. urday night and Sunday. WOLF TRAIL. . s I m I Tone is a test for the ear, not for the eye. The glorious voice of the Grafonola can sing its own praises far better than any words we can put in type. Rpfbre you decide upon a phonograph you should certainly hear the Grafonola. Test its tone by ear! Play any record on any Grafonola- , whenever you wish and as often as you like. HAVE MORE AND BETTER POTATOES and TOBACCO By using a good quality of "" PARIS GREEN ai 48cts. per Pound j Series of Auction Sales of Land 1 RY SWINFRRflAn THF MEMORIZE JUNE 12th. 65j ACRES, Hoyle courty. 2 miles Torn Danville. JUNE 15th. 267 ACRES, subdivided, at Middle bunr, Casey County. JUNE 16th. 2 FARMS, 102 acres and 1 10 acres, 2 miles from Crnb Orchard, Lincoln ouiity. JUNE 17th, 211 ACRES, Lincoln County. .'J miles from Stanford, on Danville pike also co-ta- will cost vou less to use than it will not to use it. i RFU CQTATT MAN 8 THE DATES JUNE 19th, 268 ACRES, at city limits of Lebanon, .Marion county, sub-di- v V.ed. This one is a "Corker", with dnr.dv improvements. JUNE 22nd, 250 ACRES near Gravel Switch. Marion County, subdivided. JUNE 26th. 270 ACRES at city limits of Panviile Hoylu County. A splendid subdivision. JULY 1st. 179 ACRES, 1 mile of Bardstawn, Nelson county. FURNITURE We have several beautiful an hand at the'present time. ture at lower prices. new dining and bed room suites We enn Fell you better furni- i I I If you are interested send for descriptive catalogue of these sales, which description of farms for sale privately. If you are on the market for land yet on our mailing list. Get in tou-with Heal Estate Headciuarters, aui' ke.'p in touch with the real estate mark t. Communicate with W. E. Moss or II. II Dever nt my Danville Ky., oirices or with me. in WELCHS BEREA, DEPT. STORE KENTUCKY. USE THE PHONE AND "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE." SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Han The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 10, 1920. Let's settle this right now! a better cigarette than Camel! any cigarette in the world at apy price because Camels combine every feature that can moke a cigarette supreme You'll find Camels unequalled by No man ever moked DISOWNED By EVELYN LEE C.ryrlf M. nil, U'Hl.n Whnt wn that the wlndl WlUon llrody ntnrtiil up from hl eojty arm clmlr lefore n blazing lire In the rmte nnd bent bin nr toward the window rwt which the teniiet wn iw repine with tllirallnK force. "It sounded like n shriek a unman' acrenm," replied Kurilce, hlt ! N.ar Usi.a ) Plumbing and Tin Work I am installing WILLIAMSON "Bros, FUR-NACES, soldby Goodloe and Walker and will be glad to make estimates for heating your home, also all kinds of Tin Work, Roofing and outfits. Orders left at Goodloe and Walker Bros, store will have prompt attention. Phone 254. Bath-Room ter. Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos puts Camels in a class by will appeal to you, and permit you to smoke liberally without tiring your lasto Camels leave no unpleasant ciga-rctt- y 1 Camels expert blend of choice themselves. Their smoothness v . rv iik i cigaretty cdor You'll preferCamels blend toeither kind of tobacco smoked straight 1 aftertaste nor unpleasant iiii'tlmi. It ln' nwn, Hnxly wint tin- Ui hurried on hat nnd coat and hnteini out Into the ynrd. A he enmv fully out Into the street Im wns tnrilH to n elrl In the nf n street lamp, her bntid raided lMwl(enilly to her lienil, Just arising fmin the shhwnlk. "Ar. yon hurtj Whnt I lie Millrltounly, nnl enncht her by the nrin to ulriidy her, tmtliik' n vt. Innorrnt fnre and cerille. eje, bill Ju now nihil wllli fear. "A man!" pnpod the elrl brentble-ly- . "lie pti.hed me nnd I fill. te lore my wtchel from my hnnd" "There It lit" exclulliled llnnly, tin h notlml ten ffet nwny the object In Itnwly bne reful-E'-nc- Itr Mime of lt c.d. McCarthy Join The American Legion. con-li'lU- i pick It up and the slrl cIiiHk' to the lamp ill he cnlbrni) nil tti. ohlewnlk. I up It cUltrtrn lit s dU'.pri.-imrrfrvi. (V . fur th Aoow or llrmu t foiimij tfic I.. rL R. J. Rcyno'da Tobacco Co. Witon-Slam- , H. C J nj-o- v wbyr "I mtikt bine half n mile iirtld'. ot Ut-- n lek follownl, I fiprel from hero but There were nluublea' qiietbined . llrmly, "Nit. only my few belonclnei and jlr ! khe cried oine pAprr. oli, In pnlcnant nlann, an he fpix-- t of the Ims. "They omiini the rutitt-rit- . n-- are roiic!" "If you will tell me where you I ee you anfely home," ituzscMe ltro.y. kindly. "I nrn n atrnncer here," rrplleil the c!H. "I mine to eik my f.ither, I locnleil h! oinct' nnd explnliuil to n mnn In cbnrce. I told him who I wn nnd nlxitit th pnpiTM I had to Identify me. He aald that Mr. Hubert I arr thnt U my father, wan ibrent. I am nlmiKt sure I Imt hi: followed me. will IIe WHITE FLOUR Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L, llrndy xnn puulnl, for the KlrPa 40 or 50 FARMS SALE OR EXCHANGE. t Paint Insurance- destruction by decay nnd neglect Destruction your property it tnteinent were uuuunl nnd Mrnnce lnno-cn- t Hut he rend the truth In tho nfTrlEhted cje. Haiti sympathy nnd Interest were arouwd. Jmt tbn Kunlo came to where they itood. Lova and Ambition. h Inqulreil "Whnt in It, brotberV We pass from toro to mntiltlon, but and Hroly tho exptanntlnn wo seldom return from ambition- - to tliu clrl lind clven, wnnndienrteil Iil' Iota La llochefoucald. nice rnusht her nrm and Itil the way to the bntiM. Comparison of Tlrtt. "1'oor denrt" he murmurtxt, "you FOR vehicle on n nihher-tlrvlliullnir mut come In out of the Mortn." Ttie roadway anil u steel-tirean nt trace Clrl xrnn fulnt nnd droopln?. but he wehlcle on n track require about tlx revived limglrnlly n- Ibene boimI 'a mine amount of wwr, ni vn demon-strnte- mnrllanv plnced her before tho cheer recently In n court trial. ful fire nnd Ktmlce brought her n ftenmliic cup nf ten. Peculiar "Cradles." "I am Myrtle I'arr," atie told them. An Infant In (lulaen Is uually burled If you want to Buy a Farm Sell a Farm or Ex"I have tired with an old nunt. nn In nam) tip to It wnlst whenever tbe change a Farm see Invalid. In Nmv Slexlco finw my moth mother li busy, anil tills li'thc only er died wtien I wiis nil Infnnt. My cradle It ever know. The llttlo fntlier un awny In Aliukn at the on the other liaml, fnrva most luxurb time nnd never retiinutl to tec me. ously In Ita mother's nliw. These lie hnn trusted Thmusli nil llicse The Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. shoes ore big attain, of aklu stuffed (VI In, ench year with oft moil and can bo buns on a ni In Aunt LANCASTER, KY. R. F. D. No. 1. pes or tree brnncli safely out of the enousb money to provide for both of u until lntidy. When slie wnn way. The Chinese baby Is tied to tho Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. h told me to bo to him. Her only back of an older chit J. who core about clue ax to bin wlicrrnhouM win that It play quite tcnorlng Ita burden. ho had heard that tin owned consider able proerty In thlt city." "And you foutnl hllu.V . "No. I only located nn ofllco bearlnE Mm mime on the door. Tlm-- o I In quired of unlit he bud been here for only n few wtH'ka." "You mut remnln with u until my ilf-bniltier looka Into this lualtt-r,unlo" nnd nfler Myrtle Pnrr rnrrt wan comfortably Inntnlled In n nmre room they tbe alnculnr event Hint had hrotiBht thU MrntiKer to their threnhotd. by is of "I have mi'ii Hubert I'nrr nt hU ofis nc." reportiil Hrntly lo Myrtle two days Inter. "I (old him of your claim, He uWlutely ilenle hnvlUE n daimli-tefire You or of ever henrlnc of you before." loss, Myrtle Knrr wnn fairly cruheil it fire Stie wns Inilnlrnt ttiN iteclnmtlon. on JieclitB the mnn who dlMiwned hff positive protection and insures you Paint affords nnd nkei Itrody to nccompnny her tc against decay and deterioration by tnc elements, bethe olllen ho had Jut left. increases the value of your property and adds sides 'That U Huliert Parr," ajioke llrody n they nearly reached the bulldlnc hr to its appearance. hnd Jut lu'forv vUltiil and he imlnted nut n mnn enterlne It. Then1 came Into the eyea of bl - r 'jLWWwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwt m eiiiiiinnloii n Blow-- of Midden revelation. "Thnt tbe Hohert Pnrr," li wlil- Iertil, atrnnsely ncllate-1- , "who ny 1 am not lib dnuebter? Oh. Mr. llrixlyl there la nome mytery here, for thai man l not my fattier. Aunt Olta hnd n pleturu of Mm be veul her two yearn needs be painted, varnished Tor every surface riEo, nnd thU mnn dma not In nny wny or Finish or stained, you'll VkI a Pec Gee reiembb1 him, I hnd It anions uiy pa repi-nllnd - President, ZANONE Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. Ex-Servi- ce Men, Join the Americau Legion or this Post. W. T. KING dy-ln-s Public Sale I will on dlciiil remote, certain. insurance, which protects arc carrying but docs not prevent you against possible. fire - Saturday, June 12th. AT 2:30 P. M. in the yard adjoining Rex Garage, on Stanford Mm Street, sell all of my house hold and kitchen furniture, consisting of One Folding Bed, One Mahogany bedstead and springs, One complete dining room suite, consisting of chairs, table and buffet, One four-burn- er . that to at lowest cost. Half a will give you lasting r century of reputation lor highest quality is behind the Pec Gee Trademark. Ask us far FRtfe Palat Dook "mum and Hate to I'uinl Thm."i lot Color Card, or writs duc to Pea8lec-GiUulb.erjta.Gp., Paint that IH'PI." imw. LouUviii, Ky. McRoberts Drug aBBaBll Store. There wni more than myttery There wn plollliiB and wlckeilneni. nt Hrmly nurertnlned nfler Wltwon week's I lino devoted to unruvelliiit th Identity of tlm pretended Hubert Parr Ttiroucti' illllEent application to th i caio and detective liiirnetl that the linpotor and fellow rontplrotoni hid kidnaped tho real Hohert Parr, who lived In nnolbet place, nnd the principal chrmer hat' come to tho city Intent on aumlnt hit Identity and clalmlnc nnd til (New Process) oil stove, One Oak dresser and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS made known on day of sale. A month Inter the plotter nnd lil ennfrerea were In Jail, hnd tbe real HolK-r- t Parr, recueil from forct-- Im prUonment, will a tuest at the Hrod) home, gtnd and proud of tho duushtct be bad never seen before. And there they loti remained, thi father a a a welcome member of th hmiehold. and fair Myrtle ai the wife f Wllion llrody. prop'rty. MRS. J. W. dipt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. AKER The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday June 0, 1 1 920 STRANGE CLOCK Most Wonderful Time piece in world wound Every Sixty-eigYears. ht Welsh & Wiseman Co's. what might be Aureen, III t wetM's most powerful cnHcd the It l an Ingenious piece of clock. machinery that twk AO years in the Wllimm lllandford. an making. Englishman, li the Invcnter. He died in America recently after a residence ef 00 year. most of which time was spent in perfecting the clock. t On hi death Mr. Illondford left the invention to the City of Aurnrn. Among the thlrigs the deck dees Dispels astronomical claim thnt equation of yearn could not be ac complished by machinery. Hat a calendar of 10,000 years oven the double, leap year arc provided for. operates automa. vejuatlen June 'Clearance Sale Goats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts Shoes and Millinery NOW GOING ON ABSOLUTE AND FINAL CLEARANCE PRICES NOW PREVAIL ON ALL SPRING OFFERING AN OPPORTUNITY TO REPLENISH YOUR WARPRORE AT MUCH LOWER FIGURES THAN YOU WILL SEE FOR MANY MONTHS TO COME. READY-TO-WEAR Hp! Make the Frame worthy of the picture with I I I sUttMftM It renews every surf test it touches Es.tr to apply You'll bo delighted with the fine result sad enjoy -- are: I I M doing the vtork. It ctmwi In all rvl tlcilly. TIo ALL SALES FINAL. COATS HALF PRICE -- NO APPROVALS. NO l.luml ( iilufi. Vhlt, CoU anJ &U?c. RE-TURNS. ). from I'catlec-Gaulbc- rt Co., Inc. Ha an astrenentlcnl dial, requiring winding, but once In 08 year, or but fourteen time every thousand LouUtUW, Kentucky A sir For Color Cunf I I I I year. I expected to operate without im pairment or attention for 5,000 years. Has a calendar which registers the number and name of each day, each month and each year. Give Latitude of City. Give the latitude east and west at 127 principal cities of the world, showing the time at any hour of the day or night in each. Ha an improved compensation pendulum which makes the clock acadjusted to normal curate and i temperature and automatically .con- troled by expansion and contraction. in heat and cold. Upper dial is governed by an eight day movement. Mlas a moon frame showing pre cistly the places of the moon, chang ing automatically at each quarter. Shows the earth and its revolutions around the sun, the time it enters the constellation or signs of the zodiac, parallelism of the earth's axis, and the variations of the seasons. W.ifhl. Weigh 100 Pounds. Operated by two CO pound weights capable of driving the mechanism for two months, when the weights are automatically rewound by an electric motor. Has a thermometer and micrometer attachment showing the exact detemperature within gree Fahrenheit. At night the several dials are automatically illuminated. Illandford made the entire clock structure, cabinet and mechanism. Beautifully carved, it stands nine feet in height, three feet In width and two feet in depth. The main dial is four feet in diameter. Blandford was the ion of an old Knglish clockmaker. lie came to Atrcra, whero he constructed this wonderful clock in a little workshop adjacent to his home. It was his dying wish that it remain In that city. Offers of purchase from cities and universities of the country have been declined by the city. one-fiftie- th SUITS ONE THIRD OFF -- StofmesDrug Store Wc now olTer unrestricted choice of our entire stock Unrestricted choice of our entire stock of Tailored Suits, nt One Third Reduction. of Spring Conts and Cnpes at Hnlf Price. 15.00 $30.00 reduced 29.50 Conts, reduced to $14.75 59.50 Tailored Suits, reduced to to Tailored, Suits, $39.50 35.00 Coats, reduced to $17.50 09.50 Tailored Suits reduced to $16.33 15.00 Coats, reduced to $22.50 75.00 Tailored Suits, reduced to $50.00 59.50 Coats, reduced to $56.67 $2975 85.00 Tailored Suits, reduced to 75.00 Coats, reduced to $37.50 GUNN'3 CHAPEL. Messrs, dandier sold a cow to Hlatt Gill for $105. Mr. Uen Humpber) was a recent visitor in Louisville. Mr and Mrs. Jasper Noel ef Madison spent Sunday with relatives here. II. llurton Mr. and Mrs. Wiley have christened their young son Forest Mr and Mrs. Clarence McCulley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson Sunday. Miss Mar)' Edith Walker was a guest ot Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon for several days. Mrs. W, I). Ray is spending the week in tanraiter and enjoyed the commencement exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, Miss Inex Land and Mr. Howard Land were (n Lexington Monday. Mill Mar- - Lee Kurtx was the attractive guest ot her aunt, Mrs. R. I. llurton es Dryantsvllle. Mrs. Nora May and children of Wilmore were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Talton May and family Sunday. Thirty candidates were sprinkled or immersed here Sunday by Rev. Young, pastor of the M. E. Church. Mr. and Mrs. Wint Smith and children and Mr. John Land motored to Richmond and spent the day recently. Mr, and Mrs. James Hicks and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jesie Casey and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Sparks Sunday. Mrs. EUxle Davis who died at lier home in Madison was buried In the M. E. Church yard here Saturday SILK ALL TAFFETA ONE-THIR- D AND ONE-FOURTH WOOLEN OFF SKIRTS $18.75 $14.63 SILK DRESSES OFF. 75.00 TafTeta Dresses, reduced to $45.00 Taffeta Dresses, reduced to 35.00 Taffeta Dresses, reduced to 25.00 Skirts, reduced to $19.50 Shirts, reduced to $49.50 15.00 Skirts, reduced to $29.50 $23.00 $11.25 All Tricollette, Georgette and Meteor Dresses nt very marked reductions ranging from 20 to 50 50 Georgette Waists, values to 12.50, per cent off. 100 French Voile Waists, special at SPECIAL LOTS OF WAISTS at $5.90 $2.98 Children's Oresses of Voile. --Chambray and Gingham. 14 Off JUNE SAIsE OF UNDERWEAR Silk; and Vluslin at Reduced .Prices $1.35 CORSET COVERS CAMISOLES $1.98 NIGHT GOWNS .a $2.98 PINK and WHITE NIGHT GOWNS PETTICOATS CHEMISE COMBINATIONS $3.35 PETTICOATS TEDDIES GOWNS CAMISOLES BLOOMERS PETTICOATS TEDDIES DRAWERS "J CORSET COVERS BLOOMERS TEDDIES SKIRTS- - Filipino Undergarments An endless variety of Silk, Crepe de Chene and Hand-mad- e all reduced. REDUCED PRICES ON MANY LINES OF at $3.95 to $15.00 WOMENS PUMPS AND OXFORDS We are making drastic reductions on all broken lines of Women's and Misses' Low h OiT lowest regular prices. Oxfords at and Specials in Low Shoes at $3.90, $6.75, $7.90 and $9.60. One-Hal- f, One-Thir- d, One-Fourt- 33 It Helps! troubles peculiar to as to the merit oi Cardul, the woman's Ionic, In the treatment of many There can bo no doubt WELSH POINT LEAVELL. Mrs, J K. Hammonds has purchas ed a flivcr. Mr, J. E. Hammonds is in Richmond Mr. was in Mr. on business; S. D. Cochran of Lancaster; ft WISEMAN KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, women. The thousands ol women wlu lave been helped by Cardul in the past 40 rars. Is conclusive procl that it is a good medicine lor women It should who suiter. help you, loo. Take GARDUI Hi Wmm's llixsoa, Tonic Mrs. N. E. Vaoter, of Ttfl., writes: "1 wm pmlng through the . . . My back aad sJ4e wore terrtbl;, and my suffcri? Indescribable. 1 cuTlcU jutt how aa4 where I hurt, about I ail over. I think bsean Ccrdd. and ny grew less and less, pates I wUil fwsi cured. sMssAsstkslsWay tlfAan fas en tTVeSsasWVsssfwn fwl aOI wassif t4 years ct age. 1 tmtjk my housework." Try CafsfcsL tedar. E.79 ... m this berg Friday, Harvo Hlgnlte of is visiting home folks. Miss May Hammonds spent Sunday evening with Miss Edna Mitchell Messrs Leonard Hammonds, Oscar Fisher, and Murrie Hamons spent Sunday nt Drlppipg Springs. Mr and Mrs. Joe Yeager were dinner truest of Mrs. John Morgan Sunday. Misses Clyde and Martha Wootcn spent Sunday afternoon with Mines Maude and Fannie Smith. Mr, mid Mrs, II. L. lignite and son, Lewis attended the Sunday School entertainment at Level Green Sunday Mr, and Mrs. II. L. Cox and son Virgil Lee, and daughter, Jtssle McAdoo Woodrow Wilson spent CROW Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Stella Mac, the little daughter of John Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Grow aged four months died last Sunday of pnuumonla. POOR RIDGE. Little Stella Mae suffered only Delayed two days and nights. All was done for her that loving hands could do, Miss Gladys Ray Is Improving. but tho Lord knew best for her. She was laid to rest Monday at 12 Mrs. Hobart Grow is improving. o'clock In the Lancaster Cemetery Mr. William Whlttaker Is III at to await the coming of a brighter this writing. day. MIm Anna Mae Speaks was a visitor of her friends at Junction City Dying. Sunday, Mr Jeptha Onstott's wife and chilIn some, sections tobacco plants are dren were the truest of her father, dying in large numbers. It was first Mr James Lltterell and Mrs. Dlllard thought by some that the cause of Simpson Sunday. this was the cold, wet weather; but Mrs Speed Sherrow and bright lit- investigation hat shewn that In tle son, Hubert was tho guest of her some casts at, least it Is due to disparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simp- ease known as root-re- t. There is a son Saturday night poMlbilty of this becoming serious measures Mr, and Mrs. Wm .Matthew and unlets certain preventive daughUrArlelgh, Mr and Mrs. Jam-es- s are used. The college of AgriculMatthew and children spent the ture Is studying thU proposition and day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. with the help of farmers who are having trouble with their tobacco plants. L. Matthew. Tobacco Plants afternoon. The bereaved ones have our sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and Shoes, Pumps and son, Harrison Lillard, Mr, and Mrs. " Elijah McMilllan and son Holman J. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and children Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank (.and Mrs. Misses Inez Land, Iva John Hollon, Mr, Howard Land and Master J. H. Land were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nnylor and family. Mines Aliens McCulley, Iva Hollon, Mr. Uernard Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Moberley and little daughter were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tenter and the Misses Tenter hopes to have some recommendations Sunday. to offer In the near future, pf course, It is too late this season- - to Becoming do anything, but tobacco growers Are Our Younitttrt MsLrUltstic? should get In communication with the College so as to plan to combat this "What Is the Good Book! asked a disease another year. teacher of her class. Tommy raised his hand shyly. "That Is good, tell us, Tommy" enBonus Bill. couraged the 'teacher, "What Is It!" "The check book l" Tho Ilonus Dill which passed the lower House of Congress after forty minutes debate appropriating for the benefit qf.'lie American soldiers In the World War will not get by tho Senate"Bt this session. This will be one of the big IsAlW ysH mk always Ukt sues In he congressional racee. This Issue piomlscs to bring a considerable conflict Inside porjy ranks for there are hundreds of both, democrats and republicans on both, sides of the propxssssssftssr feSsjets) Messiejbewetaessse osition. The financial and business Interest of the country take the position that the country is in no condisMflSMMteijtetes4sSjsBMsW 9tMMt4lsfciBi tion at (his time to appropriate so huge a sum, while on the othir side others are urging this Immediate relief to tho men. R. E. McROBERTS, Unsasiir, r. CO. The gATONlC y