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Stewart died nt leaven-wortKansas, on Saturday Inst and the remain were brought to Osce ola Tuesday for burial in the Okc- - 12 Pages Today. THIRTY MUST YKAR NUMBER 14. The Electric public mind It whether or not thin objection would hnve bern Urged If the co-of labor and material had not greatly increased In price aince the Franchiae wns purchnscdt PERHAPS IT MIGHT HE WELL BASTIN FOR THE ENOUGH BROTHERS TO LOOK IJEFORE THEY LEAP. In the expansion of their busines-- i they induced many enterprises to Install electric motor to drive their machinery, and many of their patron were requited to rewire their premlies In part no that a meter could eligibly be installed, betides they were compelled to put aside their old lamps, and purchase an en tire new outfit of electric lamps of a different voltage to that heretofore it LACK OF FUNDS THE PASSING BOOST THE BANKERS' HARDING WINS Light Problem. CHAUTAUQUA Forces All Road Work Meet Next Friday At OF "UNCLE AL". Dark Horse Candidate After years of service the Bastin making n clTort to A Brother nre Pioneer Osceola Bus Buy Season Tickets In County to Cease. Crab Orchard Springs from Ohio Draws the escape their liability on their bond by technical defect In the iness Man Answers reason of Now and Save Money Monty Il.in Sought For Richmond President H. G. Skiles, of Group Coveted Plum. Electric Light Franchise. Eight of the Kentucky Bankers' As The Summons. The question uppermost in the Pit.. sociation, has had printed at this of THK RKDPATH CHAUTAUQUA go" and as Garrard county road fund has long been exhausted and all the money that the banks can advance ha been borrowed, up to the county's borrowing capacity, all work on the county roads had to be suspended last Saturday until the treasury can be replenished. Work is still In pro. gress on the Richmond road, but unless relief enn be had in the next few weeks or until the next levy comes in. work on this project will have to be suspended, so says County Road Supervisor, Dr. J. A. Amon. , The entire county levy for road purposes amount to about $.18,000 nnd this amount will hnve to be expended on the Richmond pike alone, says Dr. Amon. Of course the state will the county for one half of this project, but not until the road is completed and accepted by the state. The boml Issue that carried to unanimously last March, provides that some of this money it to be spent on the Richmond road, as it it a part of the Federal Highway which passes through the county. But it is now questionable whether this money can be used at this time, the matter being under consideration by Judge Stapp SAVE YOUR CORN nndIt others. unfortunate indeed that the work will have to cease, as the roads recounty are need Buy A Corn of the all of which in bud be of bepairs, should done fore the fall rains set in if possible. Crib. Vfc hope the matter can be worked The United States Government has out nnd the work continued. for years been trying to impress upon Bosses. the farmers of this county, the immense amount of corn that is living Why continue the old method of annually destroyed by rats, statistics showing that no lets than twenty per party conventions for the selection cent of this important crop is lost of candidates for the presidency? Why not let the voters of n party each year through these worthless record their own choice of a candirodents. Farmers of the north and east long since learned That the most date at the party primary and have effective remedy is to buy a rat proof the result certified by the county crib. Messrs Sanders and Farm are clerk to the national committee of agents for the famous Martin Steel that party, instead of sending deleCorn Crib and have sold a doxen or gates at great personal expense to a more of them. They are telling the convention to say what their conpeople of the county about this won stituents have already said? If tome such law could be enactderful crib in an advertisement in ed we would be rid of the iniquitous this issue of the Record. Read it. convention rule entirely, and unscrupulous delegate would no longer be able to dicker and trade and The whole community was shock effect secret combinations for their ed last Thursday to learn of the sud- own personal gain, as we strongly den death of Mis Martha A. suspect is frequently the case. Stephens which occurred at the KenThe framers of the constitution Intucky school for the Deaf at Danville tended that every voter should enjoy nt 3.S0 o'clock that morning. Miss a free and inalienable right to an ex Stephens was in a happy frame of pression of hit choice In the selection mind during the evening having spent of public officials. It was not in it with a party of friends. At three tended that this choice should be o'clock next morning she was tlczed warped and twisted by party chiefs with an attack of heart trouble and behind closed doors, as is too often the doctor hurriedly called, and every the case under the convention thing loving hands could do was done, system. Here Is an example, but to avail. At first her suffering A dozen or two men may be runwas intense, but soon all pain left and she said to those at her bed side, ning for the nomination within a I am going to die", and breathed certain party. One of these men her Inst, crossing the river of Death may receive n greater number of all like a child going to sleep nnd ner of the votes cast at the various pripassing was both pninlcss and beauti maries than any other candidate. It would seem that in nil fnirncss ful. Miss Stephens was born near Im-cast- he should be entitled to the nominaOctober 21th 1818 nnd was in tion. If not, why ask the people to her 72nd yenr. It wns but fitting express a choice at all? Yet In tho convention, because of that the should die at Danville in the house in which her life had been the large number of candidates and spent, she having been connected the numerous scattering votes, he with the Kentucky school for tho may be one or two votes short of the Deaf sixty year ns pupil, teacher und necessary majority of all vote cast by the delegates. If he in unable to supervisor of girls. Miss Stephens was the daughter of entice the delegates of some other James Allen Stephens and 'creldu J. cundldnto away from their allegiance, Stephens, and of the he loses the nomination. And right there is the weak plank lute A. II. Brown Sr., who hail reared her nnd loved her ns his very own. in the whole convention structure. Hers was n beautiful nnd useful life. It lets the burs down for ull kinds of Her funernl was preached at Danville dickering and bartering and telling in the School building by Dr. Frank of delegates votes, posjibly resulting Cheek.iuterpreted most beautifully in the nomination of some unknown by Mr. Carter, the remains being quantity whom the people do not brought to Lancaster for interment want at all, but whom the bosses whero tho services were concluded by think they can control if he is forDr. K. U. llourlnnd of the Christian tunate enough to win the election. Of course, to abolish the convenchurch of which she had been u member for fifty-eigyears, interpreted tion system would deprive the party by Dr. Augustus Roger, Supt. of the chiefs and bosses of their control of school for Deaf at Danville. This the nomination, and possibly of their wot the first funeral In tho sign lan- control of patronage after election. guage aver held in this town and was But the chiefs and bosses aro few, very impressive. while tho common voters are legion. Miss Stephens is survived by her Why should the few override the George F. Drown of wishes of the many In this presumthis county and two half.slttcrs, Mrt. ably free country? Why be boss ridden when we can Wlllium Stcelo Holman and Mlts Al-li- o II. Brown both of Louisville. just at well be self governed? Her all bearers were 'three deaf Why not let the people be the peofriends, Messrs McClure, Head and ple, Instead of being pawns of men Marcosson, and hearing friends Dr. who think of themselves first, of ItoKert, Mr, Lanier of the Board and votes next, and of their country last Mr. Wiseman, all of Danville. of all? 1 used. If they should close down on August tho first, as they threaten to do, they certainly lay themieltes liable to refund to their patrons the moneys they were compelled to expend in making preparations to apply their systems. BELIEVING THEM TO BE ACTING IN PERFECT GOOD FAITH and I certainly will demand that they refund to me the amount I have been compelled to expend and should it become necemiry, I will unite with any number of their patrons to compel a restitution for these outlays and any other damages we may sulTcr by reason of the closing down of their plant If the llastin Urothers KNOWING. LY procured this Franchise Illegally (ranted and it should become vitiated on their motion, it follows that everything done under the Franchise has been done illegally, and It I u question whether or not they should not be made to refund all the money's they have heretofore collected for services rendered. John W. Miller. Walker. Fritnda and relatives here were grieved to learn of the death of Mr. Dan U. Walker, which occurred on June Oth, at Long Ileach, California., where he had lived since last November. In 1897 he with his estimable family moved to Texas from their home near Klrkarille, In Madison county. He It survived by his widow, who U a alster of Messrs James and Joe Burnside of this city and also leaves seven children they being: Mrs. K. P. Fox, Mrs. W. II. Sheppard. Dr. Wade II. Walker, David V. Walker. Bates I). Walker and Messrs Mark D. and James U. Walker, all of whom are residents of Wichita, Texas. He leaves two brothers, Messrs J. J. Walker of this city and David V. BROS., Walker, of Wlnnsboro. S. C. A kin.l and Indulgent father and grandClose Deal fou father, a man of high integrity, popular and leave many Kinnaird Brotncrs, who have made friends here who will be made sad to tho Dodge Urothers cars so popular hear of hi passing. The dally Press of Long lleach has in this county, closed a deal last week Uio following to aay concerning his for the Dixie Garage, buying out the interests of Charlie Sanders, who death: building several "Daniel Hates Walker, aged 77, purchased tha This whose home hat been at 1437 Kat months ago of J. T. Itaney. Second atrcct since last November, will make an Ideal home for the died in this city this morning after a Dodge Cars, being one of the best six weeks' illness. He was born in buildings in the city and centrally Kentucky in 1843 and was connect- located. Since taking over the car, Kinnaird ed with many of the prominent old agency for this families of Central Kentucky. He Urothers have Increased their busiwas n staunch democrat and southern ness several hundred fold und today gentleman of the old school. With eon scarcely supply the demand. We his wife and a daughter, Mrs. W. II, congratulate them on their success. Sheppard, he came here last fall from Wichita Fnlls, Texas., where ho had FARM resided for twenty three years. He One of the biggest farm sales was the father of live sons four are that will be held here this season will business men of Wichita Falls, Tex., soon he announced by Col. James I. and one at Clnude To. His eldest Humllton, of Garrurd County, who daughter, Mrs. II. I. Fox, has been came over Monday und bought the will him for the past month. Shelby Jett farm. This place conHe had been a member of the tains about 107 acres and It located Presbyterian church for thirty-on- e in what is considered by many at tho years. Funeral services will be held best tobacco growing section of Madat the Mottell chapel nt 10 o'clock ison County. Mr, Humllton purchasThursday morning, and burial made ed the place from Mrs. Shelby Jctt at Sunnyslde cemetery." and her son, Covington Jett, who bought the place Jointly at the tin e of settlement of the estata of tin late Shelby Jett. It it understood Class that in making tale of the place it who was will be subdivided into small tracts, Mis Mildred lleaitey, tendered and hat accepted a position to which it It especially adapted. In tho Graded School here, has just Mr, Hamilton has been one of the been awarded a first class certificate most successful land buyers) and by tho stute board of education. Out dealer in Central Kentucky tho past of seven examinations for thesa cer- several years, and his sale announcetificate only two passed successfully, ment will be awaited with much inone of them being Miss Ucailcy. She terest by thoto who are looking for will take a summer course at the some exceptionally good tobacco and Eastern Stat Normal at Richmond general farming land, such as the Richto better prepare her for the work Jett farm it known to be. which she will take up in September. mond Register. cemetery. Alfrcil Shelby Stewart was born in Danville, Ky.. May 7, 1835, and was therefore 86 years and 28 days of age. He received hi education In Cen tre College, Danville, graduating In the same class with the late Scna tor (led. V. Vest and Judge John F, Phillips. After his graduation he took up the study of phurmucy am At entered Into the drug business. the beginning of the civil war he enlisted in the Federal army and wa- - raptured nnd confined for nine months In Andersonville, the worst ! hole In all the south commander of I which was afterwards court mar- mum nnu exeruirii ior innuniami) With other prisoners he escaped by digging a tunnel beyond the sentries and after several weeks wading streams and passing barefooted over rough and froicn ground he reached the Federal lines and rejoined his rrgiment, the Fourth Kentucky, and was made captain of Company "K", serving until ha was mustered out at the close of hostilities. On November 20th, 18C5, he was married to Miss Nannie Lucas and In I.S7I he came to Osceola and purchased a itrug store, and this has been hM home principally ever since. No children wero born to this union nnd Mrs. Stewart died here seme ten years ago. He served two terms as county collector, the only political office to which he ever aspired. He was converted and united with Grace Methodist Episcopal church in 1878 and remained n faithful nnd consistent member to the end, serving for years as superintendent of the Sunday School. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon from the church he loved so well and served so faithfully, the eulogy being delivered by the Hev. C. F. Green in more than his usual forceful nnd eloquent style, after which the remains were laid beside his wife in the cemetery which she named "God's Acre," there to await the reveille on the resurrection morn. Peaceful be his slumber and may his reward be equal to the Justice and mercy with which he judged his fellowmen on earth. The above article is taken from the Osceola Democrat. The deceased will be remembered by many of our older citizens and was a brother of the late Mrs. Harriett Price nnd an uncle of the Price Urothers of th!t ccunty. otn and is without doubt the best clean entertainment we have during the year and all at a price that is ridiculously low con sidering the value In a musical and educational way that Is given to our people. Every man and woman in Garrard County should be a live wire when it comes to helping to make this Chautauqua a huge success. Buy season tickets for the family and save SO per cent over the price of the tingle admission. There is nothing that will do you and your family more good than to attend this Chautauqua every day. It will give you a wider outlook on life and get you In touch with the best thought of the day. It will take your mind off of your troubles and make you better In every way. We hope the country people will come each day and bring the family. The price of a season ticket it only $2.50, children'a tickets 11.25 and it is worth three timet the cost. There wilt be a new tent this year which will moke it more comfortable. Season tickets may now be had at the Citizens Hank or from Mrs. W. II. Burton, Vice Chairman in charge of sales. will 'Jnd, start this year July continue five days. It It takes money to "make the mare fice n program of the session that will be held at Crab Orchard Springs next Friday, 18th. Tho memcbers of this group are those bankers of the Eighth Congressional district and many of them aro expected to attend the meeting. Many subjects will be discussed and at night a banquet will bo enjoyed at the Springs, when Attorney J. E. Robinson, of Lancaster, will be toastmaster. The speakers at the banquet Include Hon. Claude Minor, of Perryvllle, Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelbvvllle, Mr. R. K Turlcy, of Richmond, and R. N Cook of Nicholnsvilte. Cashier J. Fleece Robinson of the Lincoln County Na tional Bank, will lend the discussion on "Why Higher Ratct of Interest," and Mr. J. S. Hocker, president of the First National, will have for his subject. "The Present Financial Stringency Its Causes and Remed les." Rev. Glenn B. Murdock, of Crab Orchard, will invoke Divine blessings on the mcutirig and Assist ant Cashier O. Raymond Skilcs, of the Crab Orchard Banking Co., will deliver the address of welcome. In tcrior Journal, CALVIN COOLIDCE NAMED MATE AS RUNNING An Interesting Letter. Building A Community Around The Prije Latter. School Our community interest centers In our new consolidated high school and its improvement. Men and women, boys and girls, are all interested. In l'J14 a vote was taken as to whether the districts should be consolidated, a building erected in the central district and tramhoTtntion provided for the pupils. The voters said "No." Those who were better posted and more deeply interested, however, did not drop the matter there but worked on to educate the people along that line and to arouse interest, so that if the chance again came to improve our schools by consolidating, the people would look at it with a different view. Martin Saver People Or Stephens. KINNAIRD Garage. JETT stop-daught- AWARDED First Certificate. ht half-brothe- r, Early in 1918 a fund was raised to purchase a site on which to erect a building which would provide nccom modationt for the pupils in Buckeye District, any graded school pupils above sixth grade and any pupils in the division who could take up high school work. After this fund had been subscribed and a canvass had been made by some of the trustees and myself to guarantee a certain number of pupils from the division, the county superintendent and edu cational board made the appropria tion and a handsome building was erected. The site consists of about two acres and cost about $1,000. The building cost $8,200, equipment more than $1,000. The dedication of the building took place early In May of last year. The school was opened in July and closed in March. During the term a number of literary programs were rendered, which gave an oppor tunity for the patrons to be brought together in a social way. Tho grounds were set with trees and Mowers on Arbor Day by the teachers and pupils. Early in the term a good piano was purchased by subscription and a con crete walk and steps were paid for in the same way, A Health League had been organ ized several year ago and now has a fund with which to build a sanitary closet. Just now I have taken up the mutter of providing a library with some of the women and girls, and wo hope to havo at least a good foundation laid in that direction by the time our next school term begins In July. Each of us expects to donate any volumes we have that we feel are suitable and that we can spore, A oood set of reference books is at our disposal as u loan and we expect to find means whereby a fund may be raised to purchase new books. Wo propose to provide some historical, travel, agricultural, vocational and religious books at well as some good clean n und poetry". Some of us expect to past our magazine along in this way, The erection of a "teacheruge" ii being discussed, and I believe will take place within tho next year. The betterment of our school is helping our community in many ways and will continue to do to. We women, I believe, have more time to think and plan for school improvement and if the men do not start Uie improvements we should. Mrs. John Land. Garrard County, Kentucky, de-io- Warren G. Harding, United States Senator from Ohio, was nominated for tha Presidency Saturday by the Republican National Convention, after a deadlock which lasted for nine ballots and which Anally forced out of the running all the original favorites. As bis running mate the convention named Gov. Calvin Coolidge, of Massachusetts, upsetting a plan of a combination of the Harding backers to nominate for the place Senator Irvin L. Lenroot. of Wisconsin. The collapse of the forces of Gov. Frank O. Lowden nnd their transfer in tare part to Senator Harding put the Ohio man over. Gen. Wood lost heavily, however. when the Harding drift began, and Senator Johnson, the third of a trio of leaders on the early balloting Friday, also went steadily down hilL Entering the convention as one of the "dark horses", Senator Harding got only sixty-fou- r votes on the first ballot. When the convention ad journed Friday night, at tho end of the fourth ballot, ho had only sixty- one. Saturday afternoon just before the recess was taken his strength had increased and his total was 133. Al most as soon as the alphabetical call of states began after recess, the ground swell for Harding demonstrated it could not be forestalled. The landslide was complete on the tenth ballot when he was given 602 votes. Warren G. Harding Is CS years old and was born in Blooming Grove, O., the son of a country doctor and the eldest of eight children. Harding lived the life of a farmer during; his boyhood and attended the rural schools, earning his way thru Ohio Central College. He worked at various trades to send himself thru college, one summer painting barns, tho next driving a truck and a third year teaching school at the ago of 17. But Is was the print shop thst attracted young Harding' moat He learned the print ing trade from top to bottom and in 1884 took over the management of the Marion, Ohio Star from his father who had moved from Blooming The paper was a greater liaGrove. bility than it was an asset, and it was "tough sledding" for several years. Harding was all things in the paper office from printer to managing editor. He married in 1891, Miss Florence Kling, the daughter of Amos Kling, a business man of Mar- Ion. They have no children. Ho entered politics in 1809, serving; In the State Senate from that year until 1903. He became lieutenant-governin 1903 and served until or 190G. Altho he obtained the nomination easily, Harding was defeated in a race for governor on the Republican ticket in 1910. The Ohio voters sent him to the United States Senate in 1914 with a majority of more than 102,000 despite the fact that in the same year Ohio passed to the Democratic column. The Republican nominee knows how to smile even under defeat. This was shown in the 1910 Ohio Campaign when he opposed Judson Har mon for governor and was defeated by the Democratic candidate by assisance from Theodora Roosevelt, more than 100,000 despite campaign A New Line Of Phonographs. There are over 300 talking ma chines on the market today. Mrs. Amon feels she has found the best. Sho has been making a study of the various make In view of purchasing a good one for her home. After the some communications with Sonora Company of New York, IU ndvanco agent came to Lancaster to lemonstrate their line. Tho agency was offered Mr. Amon and she now ha three styles in her homo and will tako pleasuro in introducing this line of high class machines to her friends and especially those contemplating the purchase of an instrument. characteristic of Tho the Sonora It itt lch musical tone. It, Deatherage Garage. Expert repairing on all car. prompt service and a square deal. Lirery Located at tho S. II. Est 0.10-S- t. Stable. Phone 204. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 17, 1920 7's so easy to have well m'm i A FREE GIFT Or GEORGE ELMER COBD X X " TEORNHILL WAGONS w.ij:cn Painted Floors Beautifully finished floors arc the pride of the home. It u easy and inexpen-fiv- e to keep your floors in perfect condition with little work wbia ou paint them with 1 HVrjMifct. "It C k dries over rugKt with i sAsclutely wUct-ptoof, hsrd, Ufa-glo- ss fesk; ud dots not b or eratk stind semtrt strultaai. ItcoaniniuM Karhcl, decide and It." "(Hi. lovi Jim dearly, hut the Uhy hirvl Let mo run liimic Willi it Hint it wild mlMrrK." "I'c Mihl my ny. it would delay me Mx hour to ml thl train." "Hut I can't lenvo the lialiy as If It wn n piece of luccacel" "Ve, jmi can. Put the Iwliy on lh park bench beMo Innocent fined jounc fellow yonder. Ak IiIhi Ii mind It for a few minute. I'll crlhldc Sll Dole s nddro on n card. Slip It Into rtio I why clothlnc. When yoti imt come t.nrk lit Mil ilntl It." XHt what will they think of my nhniHlonlriK the little dour In thl cruH he quick or tood .(,.n N..r.-.- r tm.n) now. clrl. The irnin wlde nf ten minute. It' eomr now or by. Now 1 m. ihp 3' almt i that prows rapMIy and ou har a 3?tn that faxtot stand aKive wrar. Natute ..'rn litirtird tlntls her i tl hlc man. Hit wir as 'I :nlnl!s ate imilt of t hichianil alc ard hickory that praws U t:pon t'ie mountain hi!' r that survives ty wrr a crar!r hattle with mil and cli te then ymi Imc a u'KRiin alnut wearproof. Bt'II.D a an rf crnihtn, . wil i d is enu'owed itlt he truch cuMc ittrncth. Let us slinw you the Tliornliill wanons ami clite-Kr''nr- utd iht explain the valtr oi the 1 hurnhill u-- y. I I W. J.' ROMANS. LANCASTER. KY. itrsctive colon. ' way)" "Sine rwilli BlMSSiilfl In T -- - f - McRoberts Drug Store. )ou'Vo cot any to fpnro." "Anil my two week' wncc7" "Vc cot twenty of money. Don't fret on that scorn." lliiK Hnehcl .Mine ami Jacob Palter, the former the nvorncc nun- tfrl. lie latter a young man who ImiI worked a a lrhor when he worked nt ii I. UN tlahy way hail fiiwlnnl-ei- l the comely tnnld. he hail courted lirr hrleily, hut and now v iOi the iniiHct In view of n tivw an.1 t etter situation In another city he ml the iUtlon nlmnp of ImtmiHiklt; - jony Mntlmmt for m If J i-i lr e1flpHHHfe IM'lttltt, tiwr-rinc- e. The joune ihaii they ImiI ImHcated uci.'etiil an ey. acroHWtHNltlncMr-foi- i of a klmlly nntun'. Alvln Stanley not much exirlcneeil In worldly He wa reasonably fortnte In inefliis anil jxi'ltlnn. When tbe IihIh- i rtf'i? llarhel ihietil the en the bench telile him and mh: TleaM' inltwl the child for n few metiK will yiml" Stanley readily n- lliwl: " 'ertalnly, Ml.," and boatm-wa wa. j Plumbing and Tin Work installing WILLIAMSON FUR- NACES, sold by Goodloe and Walker Bros, and will be glad to make estimates for heating your home, also all kinds of out- Tin Work, Roofing and fits. Orders left at Goodloe and Walker Bros, store will have prompt attention. Phone 254. I am Bath-Room j J ' J doun at tin kereiu- - fare of the Infant. He treated hl Involuntary charp- n daintily and carefully a thoueli It were a prodo! plive of frnplle hrle-a- bnie, a at the end of live minute It awoke. It first stareil at him Mcadlly, then ltt little mouth wn wreatheil with a Fcraphlc Mnlle, and then an he eooeil to It and ilnncleil hl watch beto fore It ilaizled eyei It remain quiet fur n few minute. It was when It to whimper that Stanley crew alarmeil. He plckiil It up and moved It to and fro In hi arm, and a It complaints crew loud-h(Cons-entei- l o c.d. McCarthy Join The American Legion. 5 became decidedly concerned. "I don't ee what kwp It mother or whoetcr he In," ho or, unenlly, but In vain he ptralned Id cnie In the direction the nnre had cfne. for he calned no further Mcht of her, nnd neter would. Ttie baby crew more and more de- montratlve a the minute wore on. Stanley took to walking with It, which Komewhat motlied It huncer ami tin- liatlence. An hour went by. The ImN- liecan tu make n violent oulery, I'eo-pie pnIng him Marine, other Indie- - nre, ' iV.yAV.yAV,yAV.yA.YA.vxY.YA. AVtAVfcWWA'M' -- W -- W W-- A-V- TA- Zlrj-Za- ' The Itl4 d Tread iM THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $ 50,000 Surplus 30,000. t. Mrancer. Stanley mhIIimI another half an hour. Tlien he fonne.1 a dedMnn. "I'll take It home." he reehed. "Sir. tore will know Imw to care for It nnd tell me what to do." ii "I can't Mand thl!" declared Stanley, "but what am I ever clne to doT" Then h turned cold all over as ho recalled Morles he had rend where children had to the mercy of conthllns nant. nmti ta W4.I CI r""i hci MOiUMlk Tt it Uk ,)OTt, tn IU, alO. neiaper ln-e- abari-dene- d Tu bift :t IU TTt. Tlw," Ibl ,u,lkl Otlrl Uz tl rjii.r V.,4 u, U.I tnllt tt lffttS j Kttl&UwL tT U4j. WOt HU-- a ru.-- .l ' A. R. DENNY, Resident. J. E. STORMES. Vlce-rresDENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. J. It. HARRIS, Individual HUGH MODLEY, General a Book-keepe- r. lire hi mother had died. Tor SO jenr a favorite family servant he hHd retalmil her In mtvIco at the old home, and halllnc a taxi he wn oon rellevnl of the ctrnln of the oc-- cf Sir. eer SIorM I had been a nck of ref- - Lee Cords n PUT about Economy Tires Lee Cord construction, the high quality of materials and the hand work of skilled cord tire sprclists practically eliminate blowouts, blibters, tread reparation, sidewalls breaking, internal friction and the other usual tiro troubles. When you begin using Lcc Cords you end tire waste. Every mile bringj a faving; you'll sco the difference in a year. Hut don't wait to buvc iuc show you their advantages. Book-Keepe- r. G. I). S. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swlnebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. 11. Posey, J. E. Stormes, C, Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. cnxlon. l She wn n motherly, creature anil the Men of n bnby In the houe wemeil to brlchten up the old coul inaclcally. She heard .Stanley' warm-heartei- story. "1 don't nlMt you can do but ad-- 1 Lee Conl on your car. it for five, six or fevcti thousand miles. Then watch it closely. Note how it continues to roll up mile age how it stays young ami keeps postponing the need of a new thoe Low it outrides and outlives auy tiro UTtlfe, or komcthlnc like," fcerYcd. ole ".Mnjl maybe we could keep the For Sale 50 Acres Of Land. mile from town, 5 room house, feed stable and out buildings. Good Land. 30 acres in clover and about 15 acres in blue grass, one-ha- lf little cherub?" timidly UfceMed Stan ley, enraptured a the Infant, it want attended, clatpcd hi blc finger rsrcolncly In It little hand. It wa an hour later when Sir. SIore nppear from the Impromptu nurery ektablblHHl, qnlie excited: "I found thl cnnl In the little one' clothlne." the reorted. "It nad: Take the child to SII Slarda Dole. 010 econd taxi and In half an hour Stanley found Witelt rlnclnc the door bell of the itee A tenant rawie to the liMiknl wte nndoicliaivd. "Dk n little child beltmc here," n you ever had. Keep close count on the mileage delivered. Divide the price of the tiro by the miles of service. Let the lis y.our guidt; for future tire buying, Vaerly lOace.'" lntantly It a tx-i- tt lr. he-C- Stanley MuHtMtnuly. On Buckeye pike, 5 acres in cultivation. All the land is ready to tend. Call phone 387-- Y. D. FGTHBROILL. OR R. P. LONG, Phone 186. taade Stanley mibur-ravrare lotellne but he managed to toll hti tory. SIU Slarcla iHtle InxUted that they go at once for the child, which belonged to her ltcr who had left her In charge of the Infant while she went on a visit to another city. In rapturous Joy Silts Dole took the child In her arms when they reached the Stanley home. "fee." khc said, as the little one towards Stanley. extended Its arm "Kta wlhes to kls you." to the Stanley pre mi! his Up babe's cheek, little dreaming then that before a dozen nreks had ited by he would duplicate the act upon the sweet red lips of Its lotcly aunt. "Oh, itH Iote. quick! quick! Here' word about the llttb one." and n yodng lady with trneo of tear In her eye hurried to the mt. Her mllc L Dm lie d, at Miie5 Ti res t Tires are advancing every day but we are sell what we have on hand at the old price. Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 17, 1920. 39 ARE GRADUATED, 3 EMcROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. FOUR NOTABLE By Transylvania. One From Australia and A Number' Prom Other Slate Iletldrt Ken- lucblant In Clan of 1920. ' R. In MUSICAL COMPANIES at the ft I.KXINGTON, Ky.- .- Louisville BEDPATH CHAUTAUQUA represented in the uraduatinK class of Trnmylvnnln College, which held ftt 122nd Commencement in Morrison Chnpel Tuesday mornlnir nt Hume 10 o'clock, by William Howard Stephen LoKftn. Jr. and Stcphcnion, both of whom will receive the decree of Ilnchelor of Art". Twcnty.four of the ;riduates are from Kentucky; one from Virginia; one from New York; one from I II Inols; three from Indiana; one from (ivorcip; one from Mississippi; one from Arkansas and one from Alabama. Binder Twine BEST SISAL THE JOHN DEERE BINDER, MOWER AND RAKE is the best for you to buy, come in and let us explain the many good features that Premier Singers and players Four talented vivacious young ladies in novelty vocal and orchestral numbers. Hippie Concert Company An organization headed by Earl Hippie. presenting popular and semi-classic- al "Wizard of the Xylophone," selections. The American Girls Entertainers extraordinary in popular Instrumental numbers. Rich-Wern- o laugh-producin- g songs and Entertainers songs, Impersonations and Rita Rich and Laura Werno, featuring planologs. FIVE BIG DAYS & J Season Tickets For All Five Days $2.25, Plus 10 per cent Tax. CHAUTAUQUA WEEK HERE JULY 2ND TO 7TH. Fifteen were prnduated from the College of the Illblc at the some time Of these llubcn Henry Stewart, A.ichorace, rcceiveil an Knitlish diploma, (ieorjre F. Tinsley, the ilepiee of Ilarhelor of I'rnctlcnl Theology. One graduate is from Melbourne, Auitralia, anil also is made a IJachelor of Practical Theology The classes address was delivered by thr Kev. Dr. S. I'fcrks ('adman, Ilrooklyn, the degrees conferreil, and the diplomas presented by Dr. Kich- ard Henry Crosffield, president of the two colleges. The graduates nrc: Transylvania College Master of Arts Ida Harrison Moore, Lexington, llacnelor of Arts Hampton Ad- am, ( ovington, Ky.; James Klvis Ilnrbee, Hampton, Va.; John Ilarchi), Hloom igton, I nil. ; Alonzo llrooki. Donovan, On.; George Newton Bry an, Aberdeen, Mis.; Ivn Dagley, Lexington; Ilhoila Irene Duncin, Montkello, Ky.; Iluth Laura Dull, Alma, Mich.; Cnrrie Louise I)wyr, Lexington; William Howard Fray-l- c Krmlirirt sure. Itrooksville. Ky. John iiielow Jr.. Iluffalo. N. Y.: Shirley Davis (lover, Crab Orchard, Ky. : Marian Kliznbcth Hnvnes. Lex. ington; Hen lluckner He it, Lexington; Ablen Wallace Kelly, Georgetown, 1ml. ; Harold Daniel Kelly, Georgetown, Intl. : Iiwrcnce Mont- joy Knox, Little Uock, Ark.; War ren I'irtis I.animi. Morchend. Ky.: William Hupp Logan, Jr. Louisville; Lillian Cromwell Masner, Lexington; Itcubcn Yance Maxev (as of the class of 1005), Mnysville, Ky.t Lorena Du- erson May, Lexington; Itcnton How Ky.: Koy Mit-- I Miller. llurkcsville. chell Morelund, Hutler, Ky. ; Henrietta Moore, Lexi.igton; Virginia Susan Omer G,adslen, Ala.; Elizabeth, Woolfo'k I'inkerton. Versailles. Ky.: Kdna Mae Itiley. Petersburg. Kv.: Verner Martin Sims, Mt. Olivet, Ky.; Virginia Irabclle Slade. Lexington: Howard Stephen Stcnhenson. Louis-- . ville; Charles Allen Thomns, Lcxing.i ton; Karl Khodes Thompson, Lexing ton; Mnrtha Thompson, Versailles,! Ky. , Kliia-bethtow- n, these machines have over any other. Full line of repairs in stock. One Second-Han- d Deering Binder for Sale. Boodloe. Walker Bros It is true, however, that some civil The price of the presidency, like everything els, is going up. engineers are not a'wnys civil. We are n country of sprees. We The public should be left out of have had our war sprees, our profi- the issue dealing with the railroad teering sprees, and spending sprees, question, we are told. It is. It is and some day we hope to have a left oi:. of every isiue dealing with working spree. everything. That' why it is kicking. ' To Our Friends and Customers We want to ask you to see us this season before you dispose of your wheat. We have as good terms on storage as you can get, or will buy at the topmost market price. We want your wheat and will be as liberal as we can to get it. See us before you sell. i i Iff Sedan Convenience at Low Cost Ov ft land Sedan O alien In Loa Ilachelor of Science John Dur ham Anthony, Winder, Gn. College of The Bible Itacholor of Divinity Leslie llar- nette. Saltville, Va.; Hugh Stone Calkins, Maytville, Ky.; Hush Mon roe Deskins, Pikeville, Ky ; Homer I'haris Gnmboc, Lexington; Herschel Glenn Hnney, Lvxinton; Loyd lloach. Camden Point. Mo. Ilachelor of Practical Theology David Henry Griffin, Owenton, Ky.; Kdwar St. Clnir Lacy, Versailles, Ky.; Kobcrt Logan Klddcll, Midway, Ky.; George Frank Tinsley, Kliza- bethtown, Ky. Knglish Diplomn Kdward Christy HiKwo. Lexington; Hertha Clare Hawkins, Versailles, Ky.; Fielding Scale Speak, Hngnn, Va.; Ueuben Henry Stewart, Louisville; Clarence Lee Wiggins, Columbus, Ohio. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. U tmmKmmmmmmBmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Will It Pay? I Avrrscrt J7.6 Miles Per Anttlcs-Yosemlt- e Run THE OVERLAND SEDAN is proving to owners summer everywhere the advantages of closed-ca- r A permanent top keeps off sun and rain; plate glass windows shut out wind and dust. And now the Economy Run shows 355 mile Los Angclcs-Yosemit- c fuel average of 27.6 miles per gallon a remarkable striking endorsement of this Sedan's economy and the riding qualities of Triplex Springs. mo-toring. What is n smile? Our office ays it Is the spirit of kindness oozing out from n good heart. And he Isn't fa off at that Did you ever contrast n smilo of n good man ami I that of n bad' one? The smile of the good tstun conveys n spirit of friendship and brotherly love, while that of the bad man more often resembles I the grin of a hyena. If you don't believe it, pull off n smiling contest' between one of each, in ten minutes Ike man of decency will be warming upto his work, while tfie disciple of fil depravity will be lemly to nht. IJJ. ' 1 devil I That is the first thing we think About when wc go to invest; a dollar. Then comes the question Will it Pay to drive to Bryantsville to do your trading? We know we can save you money on the following and many other things not listed in this ad. Deering Binder Twine 17c per pound. New car load of wire fence, which is going at the following prices: Tour foot No. 9 top and bottom 65c. Four foot, heavy weight 7oc. Four foot, 6 in. stay heavy weight.. S5c. Heavy cattle barb wire $6 for spool SO rd ?avy Hog barb wire, heaviest made $6.50 per spool of 80 rods. Fresh car load of salt at $3.4 S per seven bushel barrels. I I I I : 1 I Touxini, J9J5; Roadittr. J98S, Coup. $HSj Sedan. $1575 Flics f, a. t, Tolfclo. Mtijcrt la cfcaaf t vUkovt m1c ALDRIDGE & MARSEE the cost of the daily men la wor rying you? I lion spend twice the time in chewing your food. You f will fcwl better, be more satisfied, and 1 ...ill .. -- . I ..' . tent to bolt down their food and, (!): leuve nature to do what they, should Nature be- have done themselves. comes overworked, and soon calls n halt. Then come a bad stomach, poor digestion, peevishness, exclta-- , bility, rnd u general weakness of pro. durtivc powers. No person can do (Justice as u producer unless h Is in good health, and good health can only be maintained by a proper mastication of food. Is ' ! I $ I i Becker L BRYANTSVILLE, PHONE 27. & Ballard J The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 17, 1920 ICE CREAM (It's thnt Rood Ice Cream.) TAKE A PINT OR QUART HOME FOR DINNER Come tp our Fountain for those Cooling Drinks. MGRoberts Drug Store FLOUR Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. MIm Verna Hay hd the misfor tune to Ket crippled by a horse. Mrs. llascom llrnwn and son spent Sunday with Mrs. U V. llrown, Mr. nnd Mrs. Melvm Parson were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hono Kait. Mr .and Mrs. James Hasty and son were truest of friends in Lancaiter last week. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill are spend-in- ir several days at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. and Mm. T. O. Hill visited Mr and Mrs. John Hill at Point Lcavcll first of the week. Mrs. Ottis Hay Bogie and daughter of Lexington visited Mr. I.onzy Kay ami family last week. Miss Linda Locker attended the funeral of her friend, Miss Stephens, at Lancaster Friday. Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Crutchficld and daughter, Miss Aline of Nicholasville are spending the week with Mr. Hlr-i. Kay and family. Mr and Mr Mai Carter and fam-- i , Mr and Mrs. Dewey Price and lr and Mrs. Jesse Hill and attended the commence-- f .u. ' . jit Uerew f MMren's Day" will be observed lier Sunday p. m. at 2.30 o'clock U' cMl.iren will render a program f iir and recitations. The publu is tordiallf invited. Mrs. lluferti Wst and family of Richmond are here for several weeks tsit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L 1 SQUARE Just received a car load of u ! F. Urown. Mr. Hugh and Harney Kast and Mr. Anion Lemay and Tayfor Hurt and Misses Pearl Matthews and Leano Kast attended the dedication nt Mt. Fruit Jars Rubbers andCaps Our prices are lower than the lowest. 1 Lebanon Sunday. Rev. Strother of Lancaster preach, Preiident, GEO. O. SPOONAMORE ed n splendid sermon here Sunday P C. L. ZANONE Secretary, L from John 3:10. A beautiful so'lo. "1 Come To Thee" by Mr Jmk W. A. DOTY Treasurer, Whittakcr was alo enjoyed b Miller. W. G. BURCHETT large audience Mrs Lucy Kut and daughter. Mm i Men, Join the Americau Legion me, Mr. Harney Kat. Mrs. Matt.e of this Post. Ilartey, Mrs. Molli II. Moberley and daughter. Christine and Margaret Moberley nnd Mrs. Sallie Hurt spent ' the days Sunday at the river. M iss Ruth Ray led the praei BUCKEYE. and Mrs. ilirum Ray. meeting Wednesday evening, subji It. W. Sander ani Thomps Davis Prayer The meeting wn greatly e' Dr. and Mrs. Hendren visited in Joyed bj all. Mrs. R. W Sanders were in Lexington Wednesday Lancaster Saturday, Mr. A. C. Miles spent Wednesday will lead the meeting Wednesday t n i Mrs. M nn e Sanders is visiting Mr. ', 'and Thursday in Nicholnsville. ning at 7 t." Subject. Power Ex-Servi- ce ft. T. Scott The Cat And The Bird. & Son. ri- - TWO One-Ha- lf SMALL SUBURBAN TRACTS mile of Lancaster City Limits on Buckeye turnpike. Extra good and mostly Sandstone land, gently rolling, no steep land, at AT 2:30 P.M. Now owned by D. Fothergill, all in blue grass and old clover except about 4 acres in cultivation. FIRST TRACT consists of about 18 acres in old blue grass except 4 acres; has one splendid newly built 4 room cottage, right at pike, large new garage, small stable, out buildings. SECOND TRACT Consists of about 32 acres of sandstone land coated with a heavy crop of clover, ready for tobacco and corn next year, is srood strong smooth land. This tract No. 2 would subdivide nicely for truck farming, cow pastures, for which there is such a demand, each with a good building site, in easy walking distance from the city school and AUCTION Saturday, June 26th m The world Is full of wise men and for excitement, or an unwillirurne to assume the responsibilities uf fools. The fool thinks he U a wle a I'mrt tinis m?o a male and a motherhood. A child nursed In the one, atid the wise man sometimes study female bird mated and built their cradle of indifference becomes in it- makes u fool of himself. Hut the fork of a tree. In time self an alien to the Instinct of per- It out for yourself our wife hs nest in just sent us a dinner call, and that's there were some little birds, just out petuity. Dut poverty Is the most relent- the time when we move. of their shells. In an Incautious moment the fe- less of all destroyers. Its claws are male bird became food for a cat. sharp and iU teeth vicious. The and th little birds were left mother- underftd mother can not properly less, with only the father bird to feed nourisn a child, and to be underthem and mother them througn me nourished in infancy is to be undeveloped in mind and body, lacking perils of infancy. It U so with the human species. in the force of intellect and brawn When tho body begins to stiffen There are too many cats to prey up- - necessary to cope with the difficult I and ... race, f.i-.- t movement becomes painful It life. problems of u ' on the mothers ot tne is usually on indication that tho If a valuable prize mare is in foal stroyinc the best of humanity, weakKeep she receives every care, and so does kidneys arc out of order. ening the race of the future. these organs healthy by uklng iinmoMmi.. the rat is in the form the col, until after it panes the dan. of a thoughtless or cruel husband, irer line. Hut it is not so with every driving his wife beyond the powers wife who is about to become a moth, of endurance during her weakened er, or with every child that is brought js1 ez her vitality, wreck- into the world. state, The story of the mother bird and ing he- - constitution, sending her to rroivJy e the cat I worthy of serious thought. Tb woild's sumlitd uiic ic'.J(or VlJnr an early grave, and leaving tne and tir. tiUdJ.t IW6. TW i.cuUtly ant one. to the inditTerent care of a for the lesson it teaches Is vital in. sine ll in (uud h4ttb. la lbi. port tl the future of humanity. home v. trout a mother There are too many cats abroad, druggistl. QutfsMrtxl i ip(t.ntJ. Aim m it 11 ambition, the desire U Lm I U Mia. GU MUI m4 to excl socially, the insane longing 'ready to devour the mother of man M UUltliOT SQUEEZED TO DEATH C0LD.MEDAL " vht hi-ti- Ji5l"-Famou- s kp Mt it si, Series of Auction Sales of Land 1 BY SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN MEMORIZE JUNE 12th. countw 2 mil 15th. THE DATES .sub-JUN- churches. Own a snot like this for investment, it will double in value. Such tracts have increased 300 per cent in value in. the past ten years, who will A Who dare sav the same WILL INU 1 be repeated in the next ten years. lift ever lost any money on GOOD REAL ESTATE? Remember we adver tise SELLERS and if you buy one or all these tracts you will have some thing the other fellow will want. REAL ESTATE, farm land especially, THE GREATEST INVEST MENT. Name the stocks or bonds with equal annual return, as safe as free from hazard, or as certain of enhancement in values. d cash, January 1st, balance in three TERMS, most liberal; m QfiT OWI lorvT tt rom Danville. JLy Boyle V.CRKS, , a 1 eu, at .Mimi.v vuuWJ. JUnr. ZZnrt. ZSIl A MVS mini- mi'. 102 acres ..i Switch. Mnnon (inntv milwl!viiltil 16th. JUNE om Crab Or-- ! and 1 10 JUNE 26th. 270 ACRES at eitv lim chard. Lincoln county. its o Danville lloyle County. A splenJUNE 17th, 211 ACRES, Lincoln did subdivision, JULY ACRES, f ountv, :i miles from Stanford, on Dan-N- il IJardstown, 1st. 179county. 1 mile of N'eNon le pike - . ES, 1-A- subdlvid- . JUNE 19th, 268 ACRES, at city limit of Lebanon, Marion county, Thu ,,n" iH a "I'orkur", with 4!lx '!oti ilamlv linnnne-nents- . E I eSOLD one-thir- equal payments. For further particulars see D. Fothergill at Buckeye, Ky., or If you are interested send for descriptive catalogue of these sales, which also contains descriptions of farms for sale privately. If you are on the market for land ujet on our mailiiik' list. Get in touch with Heal Kstate Headquarters, and keep in touch with the real estate market. Communicate with YV, E. Moss or It. II Dover at my Danville Ky., offices or with me. D. A. Thomas, Lancaster, Ky. SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Han The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 17, 1920 JcnHnlem' Jerusalem' Thou tlmt klllest the proprets and th her brood under her wlnKnntl on would int, -- 5 tonc'-t them that are cent nn'o thee, how oft would I have fathered you unto me a a hen irather not Ijck you to bir the Sander.- farm June 5th. You spineless men would not, Flod Humphrey did and on Saturday the 8th, three days $2812.50 profit; just like finding wild strawberries; did not cost Humphrey one cent, just some nerve. Did I - later sold it for Now. Saturday at 2:00 I M. June 19th, on the premises will sell the Kemp C. Walker farm on the Buckeye pike in Garrard County, about one mile from Huokeye. well watered, 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 an onion set, the band will play home sweet home by water power. The day of wonders i here, N. J. Gosney who weighs 100 pounds will be on the ground nnd go up 800 feet high in a balloon and jump and light on the back of a Shetland pony running. $100 in gold will Im given to the man who can find the pony after Gosney lights. Then and now demonstrated, 7oe Francis, Wood Ilurnside and Toad West will be on tlio ground dressed in bloomers, "BACK TO CHILDHOOD" with bowed heads, renew their allegiance to one of the ton commandments they have often bent if not broken Ceremony will be performed by Punk Prather, ($10. reward will be given the woman or man who guesses the commandment.) All the assembly who believe these boys will be true to their allegiance, both men and women, will stand on their heads while Ragedy Ross with hair pompodoorcd w ill sing, as we are going home. I : : X : ict CI, Public - Sale OF LAND As Agent for the estate of Marion Long1, deceased, I will, on j Wednesday, June 30th AT TEN O'CLOCK, Sell to the highest and best bidder, on the premises in Madison County, one mile south of Cottonburg, on the waters of Paint Lick Creek, 137 acres of land, to be sold in three tracts. 55 ACRES all in grass, except TRACT NO. acres. This is all sand stone land and the best to be found anyseven where. Two acre tobacco barn, plenty of water. TRACT NO. 2 CONTAINS 30 ACRES seven acres unimproved. TRACT NO. 3 CONTAINS 52 ACRES barns, all in grass. Plenty of stock water. TERMS made known'on day of sale. all in grass except Five room house, two D. N. Long, Agent. N. L. Prewitt, Auctioneer. Walker took a motor trip Sunday afternoon takMr Harry D, Rice spent Sunday ing in several of the. Blue Grass neighbor towns. with K.chmopd relatives. Mr. '.. T. Rice Jr. of Richmond Mrs. Wm. Sutton was with Lanspent Sunday with Mrs. Rice and caster friends Saturday afternoon. the two little boys at the home of Miss Ollie Merlda was a visitor Mrs. Carrie Davlison. Thursday night of Miss Motile Bam-e- s. Mrs. Z. T. Rice and two sons, Z. T. Jr. nnd Robert Leslie of RichMr. nd Mrs. Chartes Tuttle were mond nie with her mother, Mrs. Carthe Kucits Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. rie Davidson who u 111. J. l Foley. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson and spent the Mrs. C. It. Henry and little son, two srtiS of Lancaster James Milton were visitors at Dan- week i ml with Carrie Davidson and ville Thursday-Mr- . Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Sutton. Griggs and Wm. Mr. and Mrs nnd Mrs. Ollie Graham spent Sundnv with Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Simp. daughters, Misses Lvotn and Marie wore ertertained Sunday at the home on of Lancaster. Mr. Tom Doolln spent Sunday nt of Mr, and Mrs. Huford Smith of Danville with her Uncle, Mr. and Pleasant Hill. Mr. and Mrs Charlie Zanone and Mrs. Price Sutton. Mrs James Kason nnd sister, Miss children, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sanders Stella Naylor were with Lancaster nnd dbughUr, Anna Mildred of Lancaster vere recent guests of Mr. and friends Saturday. Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Green Poynter nnd The many friends of Mrs. Carrie family attended church at LancasDavidron who has been sick for the ter Sunday morning. past two week will be delighted to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobert Vnter were know t'rut she is Improving nnd hope Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- she w'll soon be entirely well. ry Vnter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Carson nnd Mr. A. M. Glnller of Somerset little daughter, Sarah Yantis, Mrs. will nrrive Sunday for a visit with W. A. Carson nnd Miss Annelle CarMr. nnd .Mrs. James Ynntts. son of Stanford spent n delightful Mr. and Mm. Mlley BeAxley were day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. lias. Sunday Kuests of kor mother, Mrs. com Pelphrey. John ilrtmddui of Hyattsvillo. Mms llumi hrey Clark nnd Her Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus White and man Raker, of Judson visited Mr. children were Sunday visitors of Mrs. James Yantis Sunduy and bought the Hronddus of the Hlehmond rend. Red Fox Pup that George Yantis Mb Mary Greer of Stanford has caught on the Taylor Itaney farm returned Iwrae after n pleasant vis- two weeks ago. it witJ. Mr. and Mrs. Holman Urown. On Thursday Mesdames Matilda Mr. nnd Mr. Henry Tuttle and Collins and Wm. Kinder were hosts sittor. Miss Daysie Hunelk were vis- to an elaborate dining, those that ac itors Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. A. N cepted their hospitality and spent an enjoyable day were Mr. nnd Sirs. Mrid Mr. and Mr. Hiram I'endleton of Win. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. John Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I'oyn-te- r Prathei, nrd Mr and Mrs. Miley visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane Ileaxle Sunday. Mrs. C. R. Henry and daughter Louise spent the week end with Mr, nnd Mrs. John Henry on the Falls TV I . Lkk pike. lACK. Hum', 51,. l Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward have I.IU la II imlMI el Ko.au. Tcln.leaCnna.i.Mc. tx. , returned home after a pleasant visit in Madison with Mr. and Mrs, It. Nlm4 aoaoVaS. at . H. Ward. . Yaa caa'i Iw h c..ailfc m . llMawitakTOOAV. KkBlil Mrs Elma linker and Master Hu! - ilf fey Far bert of Judson returned home Wednesday after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. STORMES DRUG STORE. Delayed Mr. GUY. J. I.. Vantls. A LANCASTER INTERVIEW i ind Mrs. Wm. Mr. Davis Tells His Experience. Th folio win k brier account of an Interview with a LancaMor man four yoars ago. and its aoquol, will b read with kmn interest by every cltlxAa. W. Davis. UUor, Dsnvillo Pika. Lancaster, say: "Sonvo tlmo ajco my kidneys wore in bad condition. I suffered with palroi across my back and through my loins. My kidneys went irregular In action and I had to set up many tlino at night to paas tho I had consldnrablo stooping oror to do and 1 Nvamo ally tired and languid. Doan'i Kidney Pill brought rellof and I think thy am a Ana kidney rndlclni.M a AOAI.V PHAISB8 DO.VN'S. Oror four yoars latar Mr. DuvU said: "I am olway slad to say a good word for Dotui'n Kidney PUU. When I trouble liavo aymptoins of kidney Donn'a aro auro to t;iro me relief." Fuster-Mllbur60c, at all doalers Co.. Mfr.. Buffalo. .V. Y. Mors Salt at Equator. The farther tho waters of the oceans get from the equator tho less salt they contain. POOR RIDGE. Delayed Mrs. V. II. Whittaker k reputed better nt this writing. Mrs. Kan Cobb was the guest en Sunday of Mrs. W. II. Whittaker. Miss Osle Hill was the guest af Misses Hallie und Delia Murphy Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Leslie Hill and daughter, Vi-m- a were the guest Monday f her daughter, Mrs. Dillard Simpson. Misses Anna Mae Speake and Stuie Cox spent Sunday evening with Masses Chiistine and OHera PmUo. Mr. und Mrs. Elijah Bolton, Mrs. Hobart Grow were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson and daughter, Ague were the week end guests of Mr und Mrs. Speed Sher. row, Mr ind Mrs. Wm. Matthew and Misses Mattie liuelah Cobb and Matthew spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Matthew and family. Mr. nnd Mri. U. G, Preston, Mr. T. T. Preston and daughter, Carrie were tli truest of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Preston and family Sunday after noon. HMIf isssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssj Ar-lel- gh 1 M J., '- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 17 1920. 3F1BE 3D 3 HE Bargains We are offering the following prices for TEN DAYS ONLY Hay Rakes 3-4in. $35.00 up. Mowing Machines $65. up. 2 Old Hickory Wagons $140.00 If you want a bargain, act quick as the above can not be bought wholesale at these prices now. Hefore the world war all Europe slept on a volcano, dreading the day when the thunders of eruption would be heard. That eruption came a! most in the twinkling of an eye, bnthed two countries in the blood of millions of men, drove kings and cm per or from gilded thrones, deduced aristocrats from nffulence to pover ty and made civilization n mockery and a byword. Release from the privations entail ed by war, instead of sobering hu manity, seems to have turned its head. Profiteer arc legion and pro, fligatc spenders are even more nunv crous. Prodigality has swept us in. to a sea of uncertainty and conjee ture from which not even the wis-eones can tell now or when we will emerge. Wc arc up In the air, knowing not which way to turn, or whether to turn or stand still, forge ahead or mark time. It Is a condition calculated to pro duce even the most aggravating form of restlessness in a people nc customed from our early days to a sane and simple existence. st Classified Column RATES t Single Insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be rn'J promptly. . rV IS BEST BURLEY TOBACCO FERTILIZER FOK TOBACCO LAND Matures the Crop Earlier Makes the Leaf Brighter. OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Flour mm ran m rai raMaf Sweet Potato Plants for sale. I. P, Thompson. Mr. John Williams said to tell you he had a lot of sweet potato sprouts. Try a Sack Today. We deliver in Town. Buy Your Winter Coal FOR SALE Good Poland China boar, large type. Registered. Robert R. Fox aged white Middle WANTED lady to help about the house and cook Mrs. Jane M. Rose, Phono 30-Hryantsville. Ky. J, NOW. Cow Peas. Cane Seed, Soy Beans, Millet, Broom Corn Seed, BUILDING Consider the gunman, what he is and what he dees. He is one who is quick on the draw, a center shot, and a bunch of wickedness in the hide AND which God once made pure. He is a hero to vice and n terror to re spectability. He kills want only E and is proud of slaying. He glories in acta which all decent people abhor. soldiers of selfishness that has The daily press of our great cities soldiers life. are full of the exploits of gunmen, Yaar. no place in a real 1.50 Itsuad Weekly. It is the common judgment who should be stretching rope, but Payabla in Adranca. are taking life. The that the discipline of the camp, instead the product of corruptiongunman is in J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. the tests of physical endurance politics and police forces, and of R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. and the trip abroad had such leniency on the part of courts and A rigid enforcement of law Office in Lan- an enobling influence upon juries. Entered at the Post Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s character and a broadening of in any community would soon elimate They would be cither Matter. intelligence as to be counted a the gunmen. jail, dead, cr in or earning an honnational asset of incalculable est liv ng. Hut ward politics is ward Lasoster. Ky.. J we 17, 1920 value. Can the soldier permit politic and police forces are police this exalted opinion of the no- forces in the big cities. The gang Member Kentucky Press Association ble part he has played to be is too oowerful for either. and Eighth District Publishers League. used for base political aims or A time will come when wc as a his own genuine patriotism to people will emerge from our present Rate For Political Announcements. be besmirched with a few pal- condition of indifference to consequences. It may be a year, or two, For Precinct and City Offices.. S5.00 try dollars? 10.00 more, and changes For County Offices It is one of the weaknesses or five, orplace before greatare again may take we For State and District Offices. .16.00 .10 of human nature that the more a normally moving people. Hut wc For Calls, per line .10 there is done for us, the more Americans are not a class to be kept . For Cards, per lino we will have done, lhis is forever keyed up in a turmoil of exFor all publications in the interest of individuals or cxpres-alo- n just the beginning of further citement. In some way or other we of individual views, per raids on will find our level and resume the and 10 wholesome existence wc enjoyed beline . . .05 the nation's bounty. The sol- fore the world was set ablaze by the Obituaries, per lino dier who accepts these bribes fires of war. It is a hope which in the name of gratuities weak- buoys us up and reconciles us to FOR CONGRESS. ens his character and puts a the idiosyncracies of a people, people We arc authorized to announce black stain on his patriotism. apparently gone mad in the game of RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, prefer life. a candidate for the Democratic nomi Which does the soldier to be remembered for his nation for Congress in this, the FOR SALE New 1020, Five room Eighth Congressional District of sacrifices and lofty ideals of Bungalow in Haseldcn Heights. Kentucky. State Primary Election, patriotism or as hireling sup Priced to sell. Geo. Hatcher, Saturday, August 7, 1020. gold and yet more Conn "LIVE Brothers. L'nn I cur, . Inquire i 1. .... .. . , t..r.l MATERIAL I... ,n . Gur- - gain. at Deatherngc LET LIVE FOLKS." 3Fir1 FOR SALE: Three milk cows and two calves, yearling heifer and two steers. Near Good Hope church. G. W. Klam. Hudson & Farnau Telephone 26. The Central Record . If you are thinking of selling your A grey horw tame to FOUND farm at Auction, see Green Clay Wal- my place about a month ago Owner ker, representing O. T. Wallace and may have him if he pays for t Company, 3051 Trust Building, Lexand keeping ington. Clayton Kindred, Lancaster 3 STRAYED from pasture on Hoone's Creek. June 11th, a bay sad Notice dle and harness mare, about 0 years old, 15 hand high. Little while cloiie Notice it hereby given that Wank to hoof. Phone Oft. Nos. IS 8361 both in Ky, Fire Policies Jim Cox, Lancaster, clusive, also blank Tornado PelleU Nos. I.1S001 to la03fi both inclusive, of the London & ljincashire The newest and most remarkable Fire Iniuranei" Co. Ltd. of Liverpool, ofinvention for Ford cars. A Steering England, have been lost from our Device which makes the Ford safer to fice, and the pubic is hereby cautionride in, easier to steer and far more ed against the acceptance of an) of comfortable to drive Costs only said policies, as no claims thereunder will be recognized by the Compan i $1,50, worth more than $20.00. Elmore & Hopper, Agent Garage, For sale at Wm. Mnrsee's adver-tlmemmG.10-2t-p- FOR SALE -- Registered Duror pigs at farmers prices, abut some high bred, cholera immunrd, stock shoats, sows and pigs at shippers prices, Phone 7A T J I'nderwood, Paint Lick, Ky. Indiana Farms For Sale. lluy a good ersin stock or tobacco farm in Indiana. All Mm priced from IS to $!I00 pr acre, one 310 acre lit Henry county, all level at $176.00 per acre. Term to auit I.ot of th Kentucky bay arob uylng some of those rare Iwrgain. I wi'l in ret you at the train and take care of you while you arc looking them over. Warren H. Murray, C 10-- tt R. R Connemille, Ind. The Jubilee Stabilizer! Ky. 6-- 3 3t-p- d ever-enlargi- . MART N 'S STEEL mm CRIBS A POOR SELECTION. There is one thing upon which wc Congress in cratic nominntion for this, the Eighth Congressional Dis think the country will agree, that the trict of Kentucky. State Primary republican candidate for president Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920, (its the platform adopted at Chicago, The platform is the weakest that was ever announced by a great party. That round between Kins Warren G. Harding as the nominee Swope and Vernon Richardson is thoroughly disappointing to the over the Bonus Bill has rank and file of the party throughout brought from the pen of the the nation. There is grumbling republicans everywhere. Sen bditor of the Advocate the fol amongHarding is the most extreme utor lowing very readable editorial stand patter in the nation. He is the "The soldiers' bonus did not boldest opposition to what the Hull have its beginning among the Moose party fought for that the He publican party could have selected soldiers themselves. the the pro In fact, It is the scheme of politic duct of he ns 'Old nominee, ais machine Guard', the ians to solid fy the soldier vote selected candidate. With, such n and in this one party is as guil header upon such a platform the ty as the other. Democrats take courage. The demo It is not creditable to the in erotic party has not had before such telligence and dignity of the an opportunity. We have not up. proached a National convention to soldiers that they should allow select n candidate for the Presidency their line patriotic organiza- with more odds in our favor than tion to be used as a stepping now. The platform on the greatest stone to political preferment. issue of the hour, the League of Na tions, the republicans Individual opinion, the dearest courage to oppose it,were lacking in and were too possession one has in a repub- partUan to endorse it because n lic, will be submerged in an democratic prcsidont hud a prominent mass. It will part in working out the wonderful count for nothing in deciding a document. The voters of this nation, republicans as well as democrat arc course of political conduct. for Uie League of Nations and the The very finest attribute of a Republicans are going to have some soldier is the idea of sacrifice: trouble in satisfying the voters with to be willing to lay honor, poss-essio- that candidate and that platform. even life itself on the Wurrcn G. Harding being from Ohio country's altar as a sacrifice, makes the demand for the nomination of Governor Cox all the greater. has ever been the true soldier's The nomination of Cox would make ideal. The soldier Hcfe sulti-vate- s the state of Ohio certain for Demo the munly virtues of cour- cracy it is claimed and for that rea nomination age, endurance, independence, son the democratic the Ohio the pleasures df loyal comrade- should go todemocratic Governor. The chances for success is betship and to taint these ideal- ter and brighter. n, We COL. FRANK L. ItlPY, of Anderson county, a candidate for the Demo plicants for and more gold as the years go FOR CONGRESS. by." arc authorized to announce D. A. THOMAS Sells Morris Long Farm Last Saturday morning, in less time than it takes to write it, D. A. Thomas, the realty man, sold the Morris Long farm on the Poor Ridge pike at an average of $273.00 an acre. It was sold in three tracts ranging from 1245 to $300 an acre. There were 07 acres in the farm. Breaks Both Arms. Julian Elliott, the twelve year old son of Dr. and Mr. William Elliott, hud the misfortune to brcuk both of his arms at the wrist yesterday after noon. He fell from a tree in the yard of Mrs. May Hughes Xoland. This munly little fellow has the sympathy of his friends and altho he will be practically "out of business" for a few weeks, he bears his misfortune bravely. 20 Per Cent of Corn Crop Saved by Use of This Crib. RATPROOF. FIREPROOF. MOULDPROOF. 1 RECENT SALES Made By Swincbroad. These cribs are built in three styles and sizes to fit the needs of any farm. From 100 bushels to 10,000 bushels ca- isms with u demand for a few pultry dollars from an already overburdened land convicts the; There's nothing else to it. vou'vo got to take oil your hat to Swine-broa- d, the "Sale Wizard". Here is some of the sales he has made during the past week: JUNK 8th For M. A. Rawlimrs. 160 acros in Marion county. 120 acroa to II. C. Hntley at $37 per ncrc, and 30 acres to C. H. Curtis at $80, per acre. JUNE 12th. For E. M. Shellev. 05 ',4 ucre-- s in lloyle county to J. II. Hrunaman at $300.00 per acre. JUNE 15th. For J. W. Riggins. 158 acres In Casey county. 40.55 a to Luther Elliott at $207 un a 30.38 a to Ray Elliott ut $187 an u. 72.27 a to M, L. Elliott at $203.24 u. Total $40,541.11, average $250.30 an acre. JUNE ICth For II. D. Holtx- claw 102 acres in Lincoln county to Oscar Holttclaw at $107.50 per acre. JUNE 10th For Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crutcher. 140 acres in Lincoln We Americans, in common with county to Mr. Montgomery at $123. other peoples, are living in a restless per acre. pacity. Oblong style, (like illustration above) circular style and double shed style, with driveway between. rats, mice and other vermin, cannot live on farms, where MARTIN CORN SAVER CRIBS are used. Disease-carrying Buy now and save the 10 per cent advance which goes on July 10th. For sale by SANDERS Office S. S. S. Lumber Co. ti FARRA Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. June I 7, 920 1 1 one-thir- Pair Fine Tailor Made Trousers Free in the whole country, to We arc authorized by THE GLOBE TAILORING COMPANY, of Cincinnati, one of the highest Classed Concerns otter, for a limited time, A PAIR OF EXTRA TROUSERS with each order for a suit. This otter applies to every sample in the book, from the cheapest, to the highest priced. This means a SAVING to YOU ofONE THIRD the price of your suit, as the value of the trousers is always d of the Suit. e This brings the price of a Tailored Suit down to what you would have to pay for a very ordinary Ready high-grad- iM ado-Sui- t. This is a very Unusual Offer for such times as these, and every one who is in the slightest need of a Suit now or for fall, should tal'e advantage of it. Everybody knows the Globe Line There are hundreds of satisfied Customers in the town and county. We have had the Globe Line in our store for nearly 20 years. Logan RENT TO PAY. trimming our prices and not our customers. Wc nrc still TOST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. Screen doors from $1. 50 up. Wc will sell you n $70. 001 Screen Windows 85c up. Jno. Deere Mowers J no Deere Cultivators $110, $55. Seed Henn.s 15 cents per pint. $5r A Kood Mailable stove $9t.0i). Oliver Cultivators Cultiv 6 shovels $5S. Other Stoves $510 and up. Overland $45. A jjood set Harness $23.50, up. Hay Hakes Malta Double Shovels ..$5.50 KiiKKies $150.00 and up. NOT MUCH I I Anderson Brothers. One of the most striking social Master Stanley C iark of the Lex-- J Misses (iracic and Lucy Long were mgton road Is spending the week with ' events of the season was held this recent guests of Miss Maude ( lark. Thursday morning when more than his grand-fatheProf. J. W. Cook, has been the twenty-fiv- e guests attended the party Miss Lucile Rnmrey, of Asheville, given by Mrs. guest of Miss Mattie Lutz the pait J. II. Kinnaird at the X. C, is the attractive guest of Mr. home week. on Mnple avenue, in honor of and Mrs. W. O. Goodloc. Mrs. John Gill her daughter-in-law- , Mr. C. II. Clark and children of Mrs, Jee McCormick and family Kinnaird. The home was decornted Lexington, spent Sunday with home ore expected this week from Ashe- with June flowers, roses, iris bloom, folks. ville, X. C. They will be the guests of peonies, poppies, sweet pens and honeysuckle. The porch also had Mr. nnd Mrs. H. F. Oaks spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Goodloe. great baskets of blossoms and on the day with their daughter, Mrs. Erneit Miss Fannie Illshop has returned lawn many flowers were in bloom. Hibbard. from a very delightful ten days visit Frnppe, strawberry Ice cream, cakes Mr. and Mrs. Sam Long and family to relatives and friendi in Danville, and bonbons were served. The atTuir spent Sunday with Mr. James Clark Stanford and Hustonville. was most delightful. ami family. E. R. L. Messrs Klkin and J. Quite n number of social alTalrs Miss Virginia Meredith of Hrsrf-hea- Stermes ore attending the have been given in honor of Mrs. C. Meeting of the Kentucky I'ress A. Royston, of Chicago, who is the spent the week end with Mis Association at Covington this week- house guest of Mrs. E. C. Gaines, on Eunice Cecil. end. Maple avenue. Thursday evening Mrs. C. A. Royston, Mr. and Mrs. Messrs Will Denny and John Wal-kt- r, Misses Jane nnd Mary Doty gave a E.C . Gaines motored to Shakertown of Smithfield, were in Lancaster picture show party and after the Sunday evening. Tucsdoy. They report fine prospects show delicious refreshments were A few friends gave a surMiss llertle Taylor of Richmond, for big crops in their fectlon of the served. prise party Tuesday evening at the spent the week end with Misses Marie state. home of Mrs. E. C. Gaines. An enami Hazel Walker. Mrs. Klitfl Italian), Mrs. Fannie joyable picnic at the river Friday Little Ganicvn and Charles Oaks of Itryant, Mrs. J. Hogan Italian! nnd night. Monday evening Mrs. II. S. Stanford have been visiting friend's Mrs. Margaret Hogan were the guests Hudson entertained twelve guests at i.nd relatives here. last Tuesday, ef Mr. and Mrs. John a lovely supper served at Iron Ilridge. The table had for its center piece a Miss Annn K. Layton was the at- Rallard. basket of daisies and a two course tractive guest of Misses Irene nnd Mrs. William Rousseau and chil- menu was served. The aflair proved Grow, last week. Lucille dren, of Phoenix, Arison.i, arc spend, a most enjoyable one. Mrs. W. M. Mr. Hernice Adams, of Asheville, ing the summer with her parents, Mr. Elliott entertained at a picture show-partX. C, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. and Mrs. T. C. Rankin, on the DanTuesday evening in honor of ville road. Moore on Richmond street. Mrs. Royston. Mrs. Win. Steele Helman and Miss Master Rinie Cromer, of Kast with Allie H. Ilrown have returned to WAXTED: to buy small vehicle, Ilernstadt, spent the week-enLouisville having been called here by suitable for Shetland pony. Mrs. Mary Lutz. his the death ef their sister, Miss Martha Mose Humphrey, Lancaster, Ky. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. C. Hibbard ore re- A. Stephons. Route 3. joicing over the arrival of a little son Miss Ilettie Robin on. one of the their home on Hamilton avenue. at high school teachers here, left this Miss Klixaboth Fox, of Danville, is wcok for Nashville, Tena., where she the guest of the Misses Mary Mae mil spend the vacation season at and Elisabeth Walker at Faint Lick. Peabody College. r. d grand-mothe- FOR SALESix year old more, Harry Knson, work or drive. Judson, Ky. C17-2t-pd; FOR SALE: Second hand Dccr-in- g In good condition. mower. II. F. Hudson. It. FOR RENT Five rooms, suitable for offices or living purposes. Goodloc and Walker Ilros. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. Miss Martha Ileitis, of Lexington, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs Kllen Ileitis, on Maple avenue. Mr ami Mrs. (ireen Clay Walker are spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. R. Zimmer at Hay View, Michigan. Mrs. W. A. Farnau and son, Kennedy, have returned from a visit to the family of Mr. Hanks Hudson In FOR SALE: Tolmcco Red, 0x50 ft. "Judy's" "Pride" variety. Fine plants. Sec or call J. 11. Ijiwsoii, ljinciutcr Route 1. Phone 333-FOR REXT: 32 acres of rye to be fed down. Plenty of water, grass E. R. Ray, and gootl rye. 338-S- . Phone C17.2t. Gossip About' People A BM Mtitllsn ( t Cnlni and Gwnti hy Then Vt Art iMtrttKd In. A System of "Checks And Balances.'' Dr. J. J. Byrne uses four systems of Eye Examinations. Each is checked ngainst the other, nnd from the result is made BYRNE SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED GLASSES. hit. James Hatcher has been n re- Danville. cent visitor in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. John R. St'ott, of Mrs. Sam Englcman of Pasadena, Xicholasvillc, arc guests of Mrs. California. Is visiting 'Oarrnrd rela- Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. tives. Kavanaugh. Mrs. Harry Tomllmcm Is visiting Mr. ami Mrs. Hurt Hraydeld nnd her parent Mr. ami Mrs. Walsh, in daughter, Marjory, have taken rooms Ludlow, at Mr. and Mrs. Will Lawson's on Mr. Claude Hoyston nnd Mrs. Kl Lexington avenue. Cninos, have heen recent visitors in Miss Johnetta Farra who has been Danville. attending Nazareth College, where has re- she won highest honors, has re. Mrs. Km ma lllgginhotham turned from n vMt near Danville anil turned and Is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Farra. Taint Liek. Official Notice. All stockholders in this company arc entitled to subscribe for one share of the new issue at par; holders of three or more shares can subscribe d of present holding. for Stock must bo paid for on or before June 22nd. Gnrrard Tobacco Warehouse Co. J. W. Sweeney, President. It. one-thir- Mrs. Alfred Ilrent and Mr. Robert Mrs. Louis I.nndrntM, Mr, and Mrs. Glay Sutton have been recent visiters Tomlinson, of ioxington, have been guests of their father, Hon. R. II. in Lexington. Tomlinson, on Richmond avenue. Mrs. J. K. Sonic nnd son James Mrs. K. - Owaley has been visiting Miss Jennie Wheeler, of near Dan- Porwin art visiting her parents. Mr and her daughter, Mrs. V. R. ville, has been the charming and at- and Mrs. J, J. Combs in Owsley Co. Mr. Ceok in Danville, tractive guest the past week of Miss Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Hatfield of has rutureed Lucille Ijickey en Danville street. Mr. Keter Danville, wore Sunday guests ef hfat f Virginia, from the University Miss .M tittle Adams, an elTicietit brother, Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hattleld. where ho took a law course, teacher in a Husiness College, of LexMrs. W. H. Mason, who has been Messrs Joel Wnlker, Joo Robinson ington, is the guest of her parents, and Charlfta Rankin were recent busi- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams, on Rich- the guost of Mr. and Mrs. George has returned Mm on, in Chicago, ness visitors in Danville. mond avenue, home. Miss Lizrie Simiwon, after a visit Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Carrier and Miste Fenrl Oaks and Fannie to tancaitar relatives, Ikis returned sen, F.lisha, were in Lexington where Woods, Mr. nml Mrs. John Wood nnd to her home in Stanford. they attended the Hamilton College Mr. George Cox, wore in I.uxing'.ot), Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn ami chil- commencement oxercises, also the Sunday. musical recital given by their daughdren, of Lexington, ixmt Sunday ter, Miss Ruth Carrier. Miss Lnverne Hicks has returned with Mr. and Mrs. I). flulley. from a delightful visit to Miss Mnry Miss Lilly Cecil Taylor will enter-tai- n Mrs. R. K. McRoberU gave n din Jordan and Mr. Joe Jordan in Lexu house party nt her home, In ner the past week in honor of Mrs. ington. week end. She will Carlisle, this Will Klkin, of Atlanta, On. have as her guests, Misses l.lll Cecil, Miss Ferkins, of Stanford, is the Mrs. D. Culley, Misso Mittie nnd Zilphn Smith, Lillian Dynes, Messrs guest of her sister, Mrs. Charlie Mary Lee Dunn lire visiting the fam- John ana Richard Stout and George Thompson nnd Mr. Thompson, on ily of Mr. Ike Dunn in Lexington. Swtnehroad. Danville Messenger. Maple avenue. I- &k, gratitude for the many kindnesses Hon. R. I.. Davidson of Tulsa Oklu, shown during the illness and death arrived Tuesday night. He enmv es- of our beloved daughter. We wish pecially to see his mother, Mrs. Car- also to thank Mr. Rigney for his rie Davidson, who has been quite ill, thoughtfulness and kindness. but we are now glad to state that she Mr Mid Mrs. James Robinson nnd family. is rapidly improving. i Dr. and Mrs. K. It. Davis of OPTHALMOMETER, Th The X. C, have boon guests of RETINO-SCOPher parcttU. Mr. nml Mrs. John Ital- OPTHALMOSCOPE, The The TRIAL CASE of ian!. Dr. Davie returned home this week, leaving Mrs. Dark for a more LENSES, arc lomi of the Instrument! used in the Examining Room extended visit. of th. BYRNE OPTICAL PARLOR, Mis Klveree and Vincent Arnold, Over Cheinul. Sailer Hardware Store, Danville. Ky. and Mrs. John of Hirmingham Ilrown. of Louisville, are expected today to make several weeks visit to Mr. and Mrs. James llurnsidc on the We wish to express our sincere Richmond pike. Mor-ganto- n. EXCLUSIVE OPTICAL SERVICE. LIFE INSURANCE AT Aise 25, Per $1,000 Age :io, Per $1,000 Ago :ir, Per $1,000 Ao 10, Per $1,000 Arc 15, Per $1,000 Arc 50, Per $1,000 COST. $11.50 $13.00 $1-1.5- 0 $10.00 $17.50 $21.20 Why Pay More? National Life Association, Des Moinca, Iowa. II. C. Hamilton, Agent. EXCURSION CINCINNATI, OHIO., and return via Card of Thanks. $2.60 L. & N. $2.60 SUNDAY, JUNE 20lh 1920 Special Train will leave Lancatter 5.29 A. M. returning will leave Cin. cinnati C.30 P. M. Standard time, 7.30 P. M. City Time. For further information consult Local Ticket Agent. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Ware, who! have beon guesta of his sitter, Mm I U.K. Mcltoburts and Mr. McRoberti, have gone for n brief visit to Cm- -' Miss Ilcrtha Walter, of J a bet, is Ky- to cinnati before returning home in Chattanooga, Term. thttr I GIANT TIEES. I ;) i 1 $ i 30x3 $12.75 30x3i $14.75 SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS $1.00 Per gallon from barrel $1.10 Per gallon, 5 gallon eans $1.25 Per gallon, 1 gallon cans, BUY THE BEST. I 1 SANDERS VARIETY We Sell For Less. STORE Prof. I'. II. HopUnt and wife left this week for a visit to relatives in and near Car relit n and will probably I,ancater Mrs. John Hermlon, who has ben he looated in Loxlnton. friends deeply regret the departure the guost of her parents, Mr. and couple, Mrs. T. C. Rankin, has returned to ef this most excellent home in Richmond, her Mr. John M. Carpenter, and Mrs. J. W. Aker and son, Karl Young, Mr. Clay KnulTman, second assist have returned from St. Cloud Florida It ant to the district attorney, is in whure they spent the winter. Mr Lexington attending the United Carpenter spent a few days the past States District Court this week. week with Id son, Mr. and Mrs. OIlio Friends hero deeply sympathize Carpenter. In the with Mr. E. F. MucGlnnls, Those present at the funeral of death of his father, who died at the Miss Martha A. Stephens from Danfamily home in Paris, last week. ville were; Miss Gary Willis, Mrs. Misses Anna liellu Crutchlleld, Ileonnt, Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Yeager, Norma Hums Montgomery and Miss Miss Kdith Ashby, Mrs. Foidlok, Mrs. Naomi Cornish of llarrodsburg, were Rred, Mrs. Mat Stun wood, Mr. Miss Fannie Whitchcud und sevweek end visitors of Mrs. Nellie Nay. eral others. lor on tit Lexington pike. Mrs, M. S. Hatfield and Dr. HatfioW, on Richmond avenue. the attractive, guest of her sister. ii i , mi ofai i. TSisfiiieold chair may not look its best the once beau-- 0 tiful surface being marred and scratched uon c m consign It to the garrst restore it to Its former beauty and usefulness with m coat of j y varjtMos' thai u Pec C needs rtUaiahlor. Ucup. In 24 NatIn all ! frum It cumci ural Wood end Dianwl Colon, Wlillc.CoM and bilvrr. Pcsslsc-Gsulbsrt You'll be surprised with the splendid results The job U easy and inexpensive Try jncorpoiaieu Alk Vi For Cole Co., Louisville, Ky. Card Hw-in- g, STORMES DRUG STORE The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 17, 1920 SURE RELIEF FROM ITCHING SKIN DISEASES Will Never Come From A TAG DAY ROMANCE By JE3SIE E, SHERWIN Salve. Ointment, or Other Local Treatment. gallon f lotion, ointor othr form of lowill not aire njr cal (rout M real rHMNt disrate. Ct this Met fWmty in far your mind, and thr i A million hlood. infested with millions of tiny disease germs that attack the skin, then the fiery irritation and intense itching will remain with you until these Kerms arc attacked at their source and removed from the Cprruht 111, Wni'ii ment, salve tritfm rtr( you. lp If you have ever been "nfflkted with ectema. tetter, boils, crup-tion- i, or other similar skin irritation you can appreciate the real terrifying discomfort that comes from these disorders. And what you are looking for is not merely temporary, palliative relief that may cause the terrible burning and itching to abate for awhile, hut real genuine relief that shakes ot! the shackles of the disease, and restores the skin to its former healthy condition. Follow the teachings of science, and you will leant that the skin is fed by the blood, and naturally, then, the condition of your skin wilt depend upon the condition of your btood. If the blood becomes r.enmne relief, therefore, can only b cipccted from a treatment that got riefct to the seat of the trouble, and strikes at its cause S S. 3.. the reliSach i remedy able old 1Icm'1 purifier that kills the tterms of lisrae. and sends a new supply a( rich red btood court-i- g through the cins. S. S. S. has been used successfully in some of the worst cases of rciema anil other skin disorders, and it can be relied upon to cleanse the blood thoroughly of the Kerms which cause these complaints. S. S.S. is also a splendid tonic anil system-builde- r, and it builds up and adds new vigor to the whole tyttcm. Go to your drug store and act a bottle of S. S.S. today, and be a in the right treatment for skin diseases. Then if you feel that V' case requires special medical vice, you can obtain same will cost, by writing to Chief M U Adviser, 1J Swift Laboratory. lanta, Ca. s It wuh tti day In lir cly nnd a young elrl wlne nitlre white Rent mid well fitting uowd Mm of wend-lannd wear. ntx ut th corner of two limy atreett. u ennlhotird In we hand, n while pwrnNtloa In the other. Shf wti fortorrM):n to face nnd eye, staring ttilT at a muHIns. . Imlr who ,te of tit Ttw latter bad Hoted tier i.MnrHr ad on Mm fnteti-ttvIih-lMptttM ii f kln.l hart. ln- hw with :nilirly Inter-e- t : g - Ntpr Uiun 1250 ACRES tna-tN- Hinnt OF LAND FOR SALE PRIVATELY BY THE UNDERSIGNED Buena Vista, OWNER. This farm is midway between Bryantsville and County, Kentucky, 1A tie-pn- n I iiHtrr.il aivfl Imtl "Voa -- Will sell either with or without crops and this is as Rood allaround farm as can be found. (aWrltwT', Sco the crops nf tobacco, corn, wheat, rye, oats, clover and timothy now growing nnd compare Tle tearn miae Into tin- - )! of Wr-iU- t th;ni with others.. .They speak for themselves. i l.iiiid. Amid her a net nf rtmMfrntlHti mount tutirli, The land lays as well as any land and if a man desires can have a 1 ' a mile track as Rood lull ft impbiilrd tl iln'nrliiifx nnd as the Lexington race tract, and will suit any race horse man. It is juit rolling enough to drain Hint fnet her. Out of well. It has on it a fine fish lake, several cemented pools and concrete tanks all fed by never work, a Mnincer In a Mrnnge city, nhe failing springs part of the place, and my stock gets had imipct Hint uinnilne to nothing but pure,drouth or no drouth distributed to every of dollars to any good farm, nnd I clean, running water, worth thousands gh up the elrtii llltle room ahe itw lixlsnlii of tte 4a y, itmr. I Itnmv jhh nre mn nf ui hi itlniffit." Ami tlifti th true Inity niKiirulv-l.- v flnrng thiww iiIm! innl Into Ih trfi toirxlr mlntlil with the crowil .itil: mhI winr Garrard miles from either. wlng mil Ih-o- She wn "Help CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. ALL BONDS LEFT WITH US ARE IN TIME LOCKED SAFE AND WE MUST HAVE ONE DAYS NOTICE, IF YOU DESIRE TO SEE OR WITHDRAW THEM. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. This bank hat two Time Lock Safes, one :lt o tice Vice-Preside- Wnln Mt Ing nml ibmer ilrawri from ! her rlnp nml n Imnk iilitlttilel. ll.'l,.Tiilly ibe Imikeil up to tinte a smiling, gcnlnl y imihk man. Fur n mninent In ivh)ivI quite tiLlgnetlmt by her narrow fill, bat "iiilful pye. Ttiey trnntnilttiil to tier n trnnge thrill. "I won't forget that Imel.v fnct In n hurry." tie pike t n roinpanbm. 'Oh. wnltt wait!" rrted Venln. firlk. rlieery vtfee. thf gmxt fullit Hint wenk. niHe' tmlliil nrfit IIh would not have one without plenty of good water. m n nlitrartf! It has also a splendid modern frame residence, 2 twelve-foo- t halls above and below, bath room, pantry, and large wardrobes built in each room, a good servant's room in yard, garnge, smoke, poultry and ice house, a 25x25 foot barn for cows and family horses. above. of which is kept Locked. II. F. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. V. 0. Hicney. Asst. Cashier. Wm. F. Miller, Teller. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton. Ass't Teller. 40 or 50 FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. If you want to Buy a Farm change a Farm see Sell a Farm or Ex- W. T. KING The Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. R. F. D. No. 1. LANCASTER, KY. Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. Make Your Home 1 HBGv.vy.iiu v.ixvvsJ .w.,m ill ivaam. v WWr2WPJ& ilkVtSsTiSSSsM l hnttled tier wny evi-- more strenuou' ly. Ahrnd stie ninile out the youn2 man who Imil given tier the money. Finally she nenrnl him. Stie put out a hand to halt him. lie wn alrlty weeping tils llp with the svet flower. "Oh, pleaxej" panteI Venla. extend-In- : the hank note. "I am not n tagger. I lint! no right to take It." There ohe wnrervl. there a xujilen film came nrn Sh her vision. Itryan Ijillmin weakly. wayiil mugtit her In his arm a coiiicIoim-n- e ilewrtiJ her. "If not move, tlear." Kftoke a gentle womanly voice many hour lat'r and Wnla stnred vaguely about her. She lay upon n much In the ret room wn of an oltlce bullillng. A sen-eset ncrtMs a corner of the npartment nnd the matron mm1 regantlng tier wllli a smile. "Will you not tell me fwitiiethlng about yourxelf J" she nked. And Veriln told her all of lirr poer-ty- , of the llowrr nnd tag nnd of her temptation to osiunge her hunger. The matron wound a sympnthlzln arm uhout tier. Ther weiv tears of tendenn-sStic and pity In her went away and returned with a server containing a dainty, but strengthening repast, the flrt fixxl of which Yenla had purtuken for a night ami a il.iy. Ijitbam wtio left you 'It wan lien" tin' woman told tier, "a true gentleman. If then kind was one. Hi wus very nruloui nml He seeuitil to surmise thut you were In troulile. He has telephoned twice about you and wishes you to remain here until tulinvn bourn are s Also one large stock barn and 300 barrel double crib and 1200 bushel wheat granary One 12 acre tobacco barn and have hou sed from 3 to S acres in stock barn. "Yon tmve ninde n tnltke," tint ttm Also n nice new weather-boardethree room cottage and necessary buildings with fine nursing rmi IhiiI swallow M up the j water, well located. two men. Almost stupidly tie txl gnKln: nt Would prefer selling as a whole, but is susceptible In cutting into f dozen farms ttie ilolbr note. There wn wnftint with splendid building sites and good outlets, w th water for each and will sell to suit all pur- from n near restaurant a tnntnlUtnz to quantity and easy terms. Conve nicnt to Graded school and all churches. I have whiff nf food. She lurnMl tnwnriN It chasers as lived here, nerfectly contented, since 1863, and would not now part with this home, but for my nliiMMt nVrody. Ttifn she ran nwny Neither of my two daughters having married a farmerone n doctor and the from the temptation She ptivtieit mlite health and age. and both living in the West, I feci it my duty to spend my few re- the Joining multitude, Muring ahead other an insurance man t'i try anil discover .mine tagger to matning days with them. In buying from me y ou will have no commissions to pay. See me at I mean business. whom lie could deliver the dollar, She 'once on the premises. d, one-hal- JAMES B. LEAVELL BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY Diamond TIRES H"lagde "" eji. ir. er Ton Cheerful Home You can't expect folks to be happy ami contented where the homo is in and premoated by the sti.e'l of smoky lamps. Kvery member of your family is entitled to all the bright electric light which city folks have. If somebody asked you to buy an expensive plant that simply furnished light and no more, you might have some khm arguments against such a purchase, but when you think of a lighting plant taut is ul a plant capable of operating1 am and ever small machine on your place, that is another matter. SenccMiMr such a plant. In addition to he.ng n i orfeot vlactric lighting plant, it has a pulley by w h imui re ran be run white charging your battened When this is ur lights oost practically nothing denca L g' t, n gael a poitive Uber saver thut owners figure tnat this power call take the place of farm help. It certainly loe enable th help to do wore; or less help to do the sam work, (ieaco Light is nut a luxury it is a servant that will increase nrsttluctiuR nad pay far ituu really owe it to yourself In actual dollar and cents. self to call here with our wif ant see m. vun lerfut plant at work. Mny we expect you? Is dn. irit -- CONN BROS., Dealers LANCASTER, KY. Moulciurtl by Co. LUfUU CUCI lUuovt, ft. "I am .Mr. IHltam's sister," an lutnidlng oln-- . and a t lady Jutt beyond ttie of the screen. "N this the young Indy my brother loll me about i lie telephoned me und If I ran be of tiny nlre to jou let me be jour frleint." She win married nml bad a finally of two little rhIUlreii, and when the tiiulron bad taken her aside and talked with her In low tone Mrs. Warner returned to the sble of Yenla. MMr frlendles "You doe!" she uiurmureil, kissing her. "We are going to mend Mime of the Injustlre of life that has fallen to your bit. My ii u to Is below anil when you. an ttnuig enough to aeroniHiny tue we will soon Iwve you under u rotif where wait weleome a loac, wrfft rest." Veriln I.uihI retired that night the guest nf a true Minted woman with 4enty of snre for Hiom she eoubl liHp, nml stail to hesiow It. Khn did not mefitton her until Kevernl days tiller. aiU by that lime her little onej had tejirned to Idollio the similiter whnv gntlllaile nad Joy muile her lore the wliole world. Yery unbirwlvely llrynu Iithiira etiiw- - ta lh bowse at last, lie did not obtrude hlaisolf upon Yenln, but he timid not (sinceal an Interest her every time he met the glance nf the pleading eyer that bad thrilled blni fmin the first. "It was Just a month ago that you came Into my life." he told Verda wtieti they were alone together one evening. "See how I cherish the memory." he added, and he drew out a little blank book and within It lay the tux and the faded mrtutloti. And when their wedding rnuie about. It was two of the little War ner children who scattered thu same reuilri'lfu! flower to th path of brid and groom. Inter-rupteil npM-ure- oer" yi hnbr Wm. MARSEE, Lancaster, Ky The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday June I 7, 920 1 3 23r(l THE QUEEN OF MADISON IS ON- THE FLOOE WHO WILL BE THE HUSBANDMAN? - i Wednesday, June AT l 8 10:30 A. M. AT Some Boaz may catch a Ruth, right here, some of you old "birds" who have no mate. Get a pretty cage like this, you will get the singing bird. THE SHELBY JETT FARM s NOW OWNED BY THE UNDERSIGNED. 1 I ! 308 Acres Fine Blue Grass Land Subdivided into 50 to 200 acre tracts, well improved, gently rolling and up selling without reserve or limit. Seven miles from Richmond, two miles from Kirksville and graded school, on either side of pike , adjoining: the LOCATION: lands of Thos. Curtis, and other good men (and these are assets in any community) . IMPROVEMENTS: Handsome two story brick dwelling, must be seen to be appreciated, words will not describe the grandeur of of this ideal home and its beautiful surroundings; excellent water system, with gravity pressure, insuring a flow at all times at a minimum or no cost, two garages, two stock barns, three tobacco barns, two silos, four small houses, two of which are good ones of 5 No, not an item out of proporrooms each, 180 gallon underground gasoline tank, ice houses and etc. Too much improvements? tion to this magnificent boundary of land. ,We claim and stand open for public contradiction that there is no less than $250 per acre improvements on this 308 acres of land. Don't stand and say no, go see for yourself, place them at their fair value of today, they are absolutely essential, adding both to the comfort and necessities; then they are an asset to be credited to the cost of the land for if they were not there a liability would be encountered as you would have to have them. Bear these facts in mind and you can readily figure what the land is costing you. There is no less than 150 acres finest of tobacco land; 100 acres in old blue grass sod, and 150 ACRES FINE TOBACCO LAND sand stone at that. It will pay for itself rented out. Opportunity knocks at the door of the man that can make the first payment vou will not have to bother about credit, it lies in the land and goes with the deed to the party or parties that buy it. Buildings MUSIC BY EXCELLENT BAND. on every tract. Any man who has a fond sweet wife who has more than borne her side of the ox yoke would love to work and save when a homo like this was put ahead. Make vour boys your partners if you want them to stay at home and fatten on the gold of life, you must leave the gate ajar, and let them have some of the picking; your home will be nearer what it should be and they had rather be there than any other place. Practice this and sell your automobile. Now if any of you good women are afflicted with any of these husbands who see hard times coming, all the clouds look like a cyclone and lost their silver lining, if any of you ladies have a husband like this, a simple remedy justified by the unwritten law, ask Tony Burnam or any other lawyer, they will tell you; ask Moss Gibson or any other doctor in Richmond, if this simple remedy would not be the correct course to pursue: Take your hog box filled with 50 pounds of ice, 40 gallons of stagnant pond water, use one gallon sheep dip, soak him three days until bugs are then take a small oak board, whip him out of the tub lay him across a hemp brake in the sun, let him dry for six hours, give three dog buttons, using skimmed sour milk as a chaser, wrap him in a horse blanket, place him in a four-yeold straw mattress, use a fly bush made of mullen stalks, see that bed bugs are diligent, have a loaded musket in ar ) ! I i ire-niov- ed, easy reach of the patient. If he or she should feel like it would add to his or her comfort, see that it is properly used. And should death ensue, bury him with military honors omitting floral designs, except dog fennel blossoms; inscribe on marker: "Here rests his head on the lap of earth, a 'man' to fortune and to fame unknown, fair science 'smiled' not on his humble birth and melancholy marks him for her own." The sale will last but fifty minutes, after which the band will plav "Hold That Woodpile Down." Terms announced at sale. For further particulars, sec Covington Jett on the premises, or the undersigned. D. A. Thomas. REAL ESTATE. J. I. Hamilton. LANCASTER, KY. V fhe Central Record, Lancaster, ' Ky. Thursday, June 17, 1920 THERE WAS A TIME When you believed that the only wny to plant corn wni to drop the rrra n by hanil and cover with the hoe. When you believed that the only way to transplant tobacco was after a hard rain a natural senfon. IWhen you believed the only way of eonveyanee wns horsc.bnck with your wife or bet girl ridlnp behind you. iWhen you believed tht n well graded flirt read wns the best road on earth. (When you believed that the only way to make butter from cream wai with the old dath churn. When you believed that the only way te weave c1th and rrepare wool wns by the spinning wheel route. kWhcn the air travel vns looked upon a lmpilble. The modern corn-plante- r, SAVE THE AND DIFFERENCE YOUR BUY the tobaceo transplanter, the automobile THERE IS A TIME conveyance, the macadam read, the electric driven churn, the electric clothe washer, the woolen mill and thousands of factories arn eo longer disputed necessities and practical. Binder Twine at 1920 The Chevrolet car is the most practical automobile built It bus nil the conveniences of the modern, automobile, it is especially designed for service and comfort. lit stands alone in a record for economical luel consumption ex pense of type which spells d The motor is of the 'maximum economy. JO miles to the gallon ot gasoline is usual and thotnrh this may sound as of minor importance to you, if Ivou do not care to save gasoline when the price is 112 cents per gallon you would possibly not patch a leak in your pocket when money was tailing tnrougn. tou to uuu mues on one quart 01 lubricating oil is the ordinary rate used by this motor. You realize that lubricating oil is costing '2a and .'50 cents per quart. One Chevrolet user in Madison County makes oath that he runs miles on u gallons of on. tmlnv. te I tip-kee- p. 16ctS Per Pound ROOFING YOU ARE SURE TO PAY MORE LATER valve-in-hen- GflLVflNIZ&D i If not today, the time is rapidly coming when you will be convinced that it is the only car to buy. Chevrolet is manufactured in a design to suit your par- 'ticular need, Roadster, Roadster with light delivery body, tour ing cars (5 passenger) - passenger coupe, passenger sedan, one-haton light delivery wagons, one ton trucks fitted to suit i farmers and all kinds of business. lf What good will a house or barn do you if it docs not have a roof? You may have a barn without a roof unless you get your roofing at an early date. BEST GALVANIZED ROOFING ONLY $9.00 PER SQUARE. BINDERS McCormick Deering BINDERS Chevrolet owned and controlled by the largest motors corporation in America, is the only light- car built by this large corporation, is the very pride of this immense organization. fctock is a valuable asset to any man or woman, Is the car you will meet will never cease to be a good car. most on your days journey in the future. Is being backed by millions of satisfied users. Is the car for you. The sooner you are convinced the larger your estate will be when handed over your executor for distribution. I to THINK THIS OVER. SANE REASONS ARE GIVEN YOU. LET US SHOW YOU THE CAR ADAPTED TO YOUR USE. is - Be sure your crop is properly and promptly taken care of. If you have a McCormick or Deering binder, it will be well taken care of and at the right time. Complete with tongue and transport . $220.00 Complete with tongue and transport and tongue truck $240.00 COME ON WHILE WE HAVE 'EM. Paris Green 48cts lb PAINT LICK GARAGE Paint Lick, Kentucky. COY Delayed Chriitinc Preston spent Satur day night with Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Duncrn. Mr. Dewey Dally was tHc Rucst Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Whltnkcr. Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Ann Sunders and family. Mr?. Elbert Chandler has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II Whitakcr. Mirs Osle Hill spent from Saturday until Monday with Misses Hnllie and Delia Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. James Matthews and children spent Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Matthews. Mr. nnd Mrs Len Cobb and Ms Haiel I'reston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Whittaker. Mr. and Mm. Litre Ilolton and Mr. und Mrs. Hobert Grow spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Preston Syndcr. Mm Caleb Johnson and Mrs. Delia Lakes and little daughter spent Sun. day with Mr. and Mrs. Mike SimpMis Mr, Floyd Barnes is quite sick with pleurisy. Mrs. William Sutton was with Lancaster friends Saturday. New peas and potatoes locally raised are being eaten here now. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner were shoppers in Lancaster Thursday. Miss Dorothy Beazley is visiting her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hay. of Miss Kose Turner spent the week end with Miss Lucille Turner. Miss Mary II r own was n visitor on Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Holman Brown. .Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle intended church Sunday morning at Prvedom. Mrs. At tiirdler of Somerset is visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. James Ynntis. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Walker were recent visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mike Porbe-- of Lancaster. Mr. and Mr. Robert Lnyton were guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lnyton of McCreary. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner nnd little son of Doyle spent the week end with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Foley. Misses Fannie Merida nnd Dalsye IUynolds were Mondny quests of Missus Mollie ami Ethyl llarncs. .Mr. and Kinder Mn. William purchased 'J6 acrus of the Morris Long fnrma Saturday at the sule Mr. Wm. Origga and two little daughters spent tko day Monday with Mr. ami Mrs. Wllitam .Smith of Pleass GUY. little ion Hcuben Harris and Miss Willie Mae Beazley spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Homer Ray. Miss Snllle Lou Mycri, Lancnater's efficient nurse, hns been with Mrs. Carrie Davidson for the past two is getting weeks. Mrs. Davidson itlong nicely now to the gratification of her many friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Davidion and T. children of Lancaster and Mr. Rice of Richmond, were Sunday visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Sutton nnd Mrs. Carrie Davidson. An exchange snys that about the first time u woman meets a ninn she begins to tell him her troubles Hut it's different with a man. He tells them ti the judge mmm, 7Esell tlic'T'EngiW VV because wo invcsti. dated all farm engines and wc linou) that no other enema can equal the "Z" in mechanical perfectionsturdy conitrticticn plus power ond right price. These ore tlie features that make America's the l;aiibsnks-More"Z- " Matter Farm Engine. These ara the features that sold tha "Z" to more than 150,000 farmers til ofcr tho country. U coniiK TbM ji,lc, I tU eon JinctJ Ul, iKat live "Z" Why YA 7 ym I.wis Simpson nnd daughter spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Speed Shcrrow. Mr. and Mrs Oreen lliirrheii and children spent Saturduy night and Sunday with her jwronts, Mr. and Mr. O. J. JIurdcn. Mr. and Mrs. Dill Mathews nnd daughter, Arlt?h and Mitt Mattie Hvulnh Cobb were the pleasant truest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Matthews und family. Mr. nd Mrs. V. (S. Print on and Misi Carrie Preston, Misses Annie Muc Speaks and Susie Cox spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Kelford Preston and family. son. Mr. and Mri. 0 n, A. Cox, W. Va., writes: "My daughter . . .suffered terribly. She could net turn in bed . . . the doctors gave her up, and we brought her home to die. She had sullcred so mucli at . . . time. Having heard of Cartful, we uiutvi J. Mrs. olAI-derso- rl" di tn(iw foil lKtiU Ui j, Tl "Z" ti en our flf. Com In nj lu L.I ui 1.11 jou tlw It bout tK HrvVl that .'KkK Wc lVKh r(nta Sr?k o ivit.d r) If nJr In rtwby Slalicn. gotltforiicr." 3li.rsi2s-apf:oV.1 AUF.O.B.F.iUrr ant ECZEMAS Ttntr. Im UU drdl rM otUcr Ufilnnli fUd. HuM'2UlfkM YlMITCd bllA. tunl', qunl Iht tfrttrarat of Er jraia, Kmiwwm, lick. tic.' Don't b(xu chKoui 4iJ k. 41 NONET U BACK' Urn I kuul im !l lUUAt, nka 7MII STORMES DRUG STORE. ;'"' of cm. Yw ut't do our Mtntr Try ll at pur lUk Ilia of the l.xingtn road spent Thurs day with MesdomiM Milton Ward and C. It. Henry. Mr. and Mrs. James Yantu and two sons attended the Adams reunion Sunday, at Danville at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Adnnu. Mrs. James ' Ynntis and Matters George and Herichel were guests of Mr. und Mrs. J. IJ. Adams of Danville from Sunday. until Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Ward and two handsome little ions of Madison were Wednesday visitors of Mr. und Mrs Milton Wurd and Mrs. C. It. Henry Mr. and Mrs. William Kinder and Hill. Mrs. William Clark and son Karl, CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ft 'I 0 YA " In a few days, she begin to Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, ''and had no trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, and we sire Its praises everywhere." sands ol similar letters every year, telling ol the Rood Cardul has done for women who sulfer front complaints so common to their sex. It should do you cood, too. Try ti varaiu. v.-- Wc receive many thou- WELCHS BEREA, DEPT. STORE KENTUCKY. USE THE PHONE AND "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE." The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 17, 1920. BIG- - AUCTION SALE COUNTY-- 268 MT. II HURON Delayed DRINK ZT THE BEST FARM IN MARION ACRES Subdivided into "Baby Farms" and Larger Tracts Met nil the fnrmers here itre through rettlnr Uharce. Mr. Siitrvtor Sott af Merjrun. Ky . with hk rioter, Mr. Wm, OnMntt He ( (Ser,'etavn will Manly prenrh .Sunday marnlair at 1 1 o'clock. Mr rml Mr. II. It. Montgomery and rhiMrrn AttuiHfed Ue land le at Mr ami SAttirthiy. W. U C.tmv ttnd ifnMttiHt'r were KUrMa f her mother. Mr. Iteltfc nt Danville Sunday. RTElS The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Hate it In mi SATURDAY, JUNE 19th IOsM O'CLOCK LEHONON -- UK Mr. your home at all '.me . lturs JUST OUTSIDE A run o CITY LIMITS in Or St. Mary'. VV. I "Hlti Cl.11" farm rrtry rrli,ulr it th "A N. tmprtmrnti. W. C. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man OF LANCASTER, KY. SALES MANAOER RotrM. formrr pre.Ment of th Marion Miss Iluth MenlRomery who has prattlrat p4a,, ,nd thr mail alt, attire and dcilralil horn and been ill for several rnonth la able to lie out tump, muh to the dclicht Anf .rittn Jncriptlan will net do it jutlicr. Vm mu.t ir it to appirelaU It. Thr fain will appval ef ker bcrst af frlcmrf. and ,t.rroiindin(, will appeal to thr wf. Doth wil" be latlifird. to th man, th TEATERSVILLE. ! TWO SETS OP IMPROVEMENTS room met.) roof dw,llie. 2 h.lli, J porch?.. I ,un Porh, pantry and built in tr( rlr'ratar. Rath room with handtomr fi.turrt. City walr worli In dwrllint with hydrant, in Delayed , print,, and pond,. yard, iarJn, fialdt, lot. jnd La,n. Cl,trn. Drautiful yard with fruit nd concrrtr walk, attractive ,hadtd lyrnyr and drivr from ptU to yard. 3 room irrvant, hom In thadf Mies Ism Hay la In Frankfort for All nrcriiary u.l,ulld!ni. Vmir ro.ro tenant houar, l.r- - Hoik barn, crib,, Im. evorai wee-kar.li imoli, ho. will, vWt. plrm.nt thrill, arvrnal r pa, at ttabl,. Nrw 5 room dwlinB with larr ,loclc and tobacco barn. Mr. n4 Mrs. Tildt-Hoover were Land i, frtilr and frntly ratline Divided fnta nrldi and Ult and the b,t of fnc,. rocent riaitor fritaal in N'lrho!- krpl in a high Hatr of cultivation and it rrady right now to pUw and produce the mttlmum Thli farm h b,n rtl)o. of crop,. A corn, whnt, tcliacco farm. Mr. Floyd Curtis of BryanUville Lent frontage on pike,, tuiceptlbte of advantagreu, dlvitlon into a number of tract,. Ha, been wm with Mr. and Mrs. Ktid Simron to the prrrhatrr mav trcurr'juit the number of acre, drtfred. Can ,ett jin 20 acre, with main Improve. SatMniny. mnt or Increaie the acreage ta 50 acre,, up to 108 acre, or 150 acre, or more. Itrntml'rr SX SELL TO SUIT Mr. and Mrs. 0tt Stocxon and THE PURCHASER. We will tell a number of 3. 5 and 10 acre tract, with One buildinr lite, on the pile, jutt at wf visitors in edge of City Limit,, alio irvrral "Hab Farm," at the in of the 2 piltet, 30 to 10 acre,, or more, with dttfrhtr. Jurwita Lexington last Sunday. lecand ,et of improvement! ( Mr. and Mrs. Mart Kovie and famAbout 48 acre, in corn, tobacco, and cow pea, 200 acre, in meadow and grata, a lot of the land ha, not ily wore vstttors Sninrday ef Mr. and been plowed for year,. THIS IS A TRACTOR FARM. Mr. Otto Sttain. A country home with all the convenience, af the City of Lebanon, one of the very bett town, on the Mr. Roy C. Lewi; entertained a few R R. A nWuriWet. growing town, rplendid butinet, huiie, good ,treet, concrete main line of the L. and N. pavement,. Hotel,, modern home,; tne tobacco market, looie leaf w,rehu,c, fine Hanking facititie,, progrcive friendi nt dinner Stimlay in honor of ituen,, Chatrcbe, of all Ufetrnmatron,, ipleatdid xhooi,, ill new Graded and High iihoel liuildinc ! magnificent. hi, nftrontn Wrtndny. Now it the lime !) inve,t m real eilate. The man who bwyt tkii land June 19th, I, ture to be able to tell Mie Irene (,rw spent several ia Land hunger it tM uniallified and value, will incieie. the past week in La Hen (or. the cuest at a profit Remember Swtne'noad "ALWAYS SELLS", ike porchaier, Mmr the priae Cvery bid a bona fide bid. f hvr aant, Mrs, Wm. Simtton; Positively no at my ,ae. Mrs. J. S. Johnson and children, of Lancaster, spent the week end with In fact moct any tort of term, you want Will be told on eay term. Po, tea, ton at once or any time to January 1, 1921 Everybody come. If you are not a buyer come any her mother. Mr. Mary A. Sanders. Money and pretent, (iven away. Hear Doliver Bond, Ladie, etprcially invited Ilratt Hand. Dinner. way Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Simpson, Mr. R II Dever wilt he at the farm all the week Call W. E. Mo,, or R. H. Dever at and Ml... W. T. West were reeent visthe ttlver tongued auction,! our Danville office!, or Raiar, and Thomat, local rpr tentativt at Lebanon. itors of .Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Hoover. Little Mhes Anna Campbell John-- . sen of Lancaster is spending several days with her Mrs., ' Mary A. Sanders. National Hank who took farm in the County. llm For 40 Tr. ll,r "Mom." a prliU l Mr. and Mm. Wm. Vnmlcrrool anil fnwUy of Loxineton were with Mr. ami Mrs. Krnrot Mentcomery Standny. Itn.orpor.ited Maker, of Oertel, Double Dark, Oer i, Da. N. L. Curry (irocery Co. Distributor, The OERTEL Co.. Loultvlilc, Ky. ,i and Oertel, Light. Harrodsburc Ky d "SImU matin; r.rm" of tU tat, t rxmz WBl Bpe tlj,t w,. ,tr WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR and Become Independent I ll, ' ennii,t n ,ub-divid- trietln The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, .y.cxcc7si W. 8. RI6NEY Funeral Lancaster, tH7CSra3BEtS by-bi- Director and Embalmer. OHice Plione 1H. Residence Phone 33. crand-mothc- r, Kentucky. THE CROWNING EVENT SWINEBROADS NEW ADDITION TO THE CITY OF DANVILLE THE GREATEST SUBDIVISION PROPOSITION EVER OFFERED Auction Sale TO blJ 1 t-- 07A AfDrO AlKLj Twenty Acrts In City Limits 250- - Acres AcijoininsT" 250 Pikes,'Buildinf -- Q7A UiillVLJ AfDrC 4 Miles frontage on Streets and Lots.," "Baby Farms'' "Truck Gardens," "Cow Pastures,',' Beautiful Building Sites for Suburban Homes or Homes Within the City, at SETTLE . ESTATE ABSOLUTE AUCTION WH EN SALE 26th TUESDAY, 250 ACRES JUNE 22nd, COUNTY -- ? AT 10 O'CLOCK, SATURDAY, 10 O'CLOCK A. M. (RAIN OR SHINE) JUNE lf IN MARION 250 ACRES WHERE? AVENUE. ALTA JUST BEYOND (Known as the Fognrty Farm purchased by Swinebroad.) mile on Lancaster 90 acres adjoins D and D. Institute property and fronts one-haStreet and pike. Balance is on South side of Clnrks Run fronting on Gose Pike and also the extension of Baughman Boulevard through this land. Only 210 yards from City water mains and Electric Light and Gas. The equal of this property as an attractive subdivision in and addition to Danville has THE BEST never been presented. AND THIS IS THE LAST. THERE ARE NO OTHERS. FOR YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY. BUILDING LOTS and a number of 2 3 5 10 20 acre tracts. Any REMEMBER number of acres the purchaser wants. One tract of 10 acres with improvements, 6 room dwelling, 2 halls and porches, barns, cribs, etc, or will add more acreage thereto. Remember we sell to suit the buyers. I have been solicited at various times to name a price on different lots and tracts, but I wanted to make the subdivision attractive and let the bidders name the price and give everybody a chance. Now is your opportunity. This is first class land. Get a line on values and prices of real estate. We welcome a thorough investigation. Everybody knows I will not take space to "Boost" DANVILLE and BOYLE COUNTY. f owning property here. Fertile soils, good roads, modern improvements, the advantage schools, colleges, churches, banking, market and railroad facilities, hospitable, progressive, cultured, moral citizens, everything that makes life worth living, will always regardless of any conditions or circumstances, cause this real estate to steadily continue to enhance in value and advance in price. Had you ever stopped to think Lots of people want to come to Danville and Boyle county but none ever want to leave. DON'T FORGET THE DATE MEMORIZE IT JUNE 26th. ' LISTEN TO THESE TERMS 10 per cent day of sale, 20 per cent date of deed. Bal- lance 14 per cent per year. Five long years to pay for it. Deed and possession at any time to January 1, 1921, at option of purchaser. Music by Urass liana Lunch at the oale; Money and prizes given away. One prize of $20.00 in Gold. Everybody come. Be a "Booster." Ladies especially invited. For further particulars and blue prints ee W. E. Mots or R. H. Dever at my Danville office or my son George A. Swinebroad, or ON LANCASTER STREET AND PIKE j I I I I J. T. Lankford Farm, known as the "Banister Taylor Farm." On Gnwel Switch Pike on North RoPing Fork, I1 miles South of Grivel 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 mnin improvements. 7 room, 2 story dwellinr. 2 hulls, 2 porches, fitted with lights: 5 room tenant house, 2 tobacco Gear barns 10xI20 and 30x60. New stock barn 56x80. Barns metal roofed.and we acres room and crib with concrete floors. Can house over 20 good tobacco 80 acres repair. in have the land to grow it. All necessary 100 acres in Blue Grass, in corn and tobacco, ACRES, ALL IN BLUE GRASS. One tenant house TRACT NO. two rooms, with of three rooms and one of This farm conTRACT NO. 3 20 ACRES of unimproved bottom land. everybody knows bottom land and sists mostly of first and second RollingFork n- -r yci. .jumc .uwm hh;,iuv it will produce 12 to 15 barrels oi corn year w.. ... unim, GO acres last year prouuecu i lant hiijh state of $12 000.00 net. This farm is sure a money maker. it- InDt7ct?otrt7 nv for over iiiiTum . i ... .mi ... mir in inn riicn uounr i. niiuuui nubnt ui run oi i- i MIT. Tim buvers name the price. Possession January 1, 1921, with Li I VI fall seeding privileges. Easy terms. Uuy tins farm, give u nan a cnance ana u 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 I j I 250 s. 1 r-- iii - I Swinebroad, The Real Estate Wan LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, Ky. or RAINES AND THOMAS, Real Estate ACents, Lebanon Boliver Bond, Auctioneer. Swinetooad, The Real Estate Man of LANCASTER, BOLIVER BOND on the Block. KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 7, 1 1 920 To The Citizens of Lancaster, Ky. Wonderful Instruments n J. J. Ttvrn. Danville's widely' known optician, nas imuh j Mine wonderful Instrument for the testing of eyes. It Is doubtful If nny ur vm-rm- n eye specialist in new io )m n more coninletc and mod ern equipment. Danville Advocate. jui Some Bargains. $237 $100. 6 Ton Pitless Scales -- u $85. 00 Oliver Cultinackcr $80.00. Driving Wagon J. It. MOUNT nnd CO ANNOUNCEMENT ' Honorable Mayor, City Council and People of Lancaster, Ky: Whereas, the franchise now held by us is void by reason of being In conflict with tho State Constitution, and Whereas, we hnve no franchise for operating our plant in the City of tancaater, Ky., because the same is void as aforesaid, the City Council of Ky., and the the City of public generally are hereby notified that we will on August 1st, 1920, or as soon thereafter ns practical, move nil our poles and electrical equipment from the streets of the city of Lancaster, Ky. This notice is given as a legal no. tice, as we understand that reason able notice must be given before we can remove said property and discontinue said plant. We are willing to do anything we with the city In secan to curing a franchise for the purpose of furnishing electric light and power to the citiiens of the city, but we can not continue it further without additional equipment, and this we ran nut do at the present rates and without a legal franchise protecting us in our rights. Done this April 2flh, 1010. Respectfully submitted, BASTIN BROTHERS, By II. V. Ilastln. tf ft. Wood Mowers 7 ft. Wood Binders C .B7.f.O TAINT LICK Miss Jamie Dronston was a visitor in Paint Lick Monday. Mr. Millard Lcdford U again at home with the family. Key. Illx of Heren filled the pulpit at ML Tabor last Sunday A. M. Mrs. B. M. Lear Is In Middlesboro visiting her son. Heid Lear and fam ily. Miss Elizabeth Deazley is at home from K. C. W. Danville for the vaca at Ml tion. Mr. Robert Arnold of Detroit is with his parents Mr. and Mrs. It, L. Arnold. Mrs. Sophia Treadway and son, Quentin of Berea were visitors here Sunday. Miss Allle Russell Fish Is the charming guest of Miss Elizabeth 11. W. Estridge and H. J. Patrick were in Danville shopping Thursday. Misses Ida and Cora Hurt had as their guests for the week end, Miss Mollie Woodall, a nunc at Berea. Mr. J. N. Denny has returned from Sraithfield where he visited his son, W. B. Denny and family several 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 Deazley. Mesdames NATIONAL BUILDERS BUREAU have been obtained for this territory PUBLIC SALE. Personal Property Only On Tuesday, June 22nd, 1920, as Executrix of the wilt of I. K. Naylor. I will sell to the highest bidder a lot of personal property, a part of which Sale will begin Is described below at 9 o'clock A. M. at the home place, of the late 1. F. Naylor. which N on I Lexington pike about four miles from Lancaster. Description of Property Lire Stock. I Three Brood sow. 32 shoals, one i boar hoc. live milch cows, four calves, I 4 two year old steers, one short horn I bull, one mare and colt, three year J old marc, pair of four year old work one i mules, .1 two year old mules, ' pair yearling mules. Firming Implements. One binder, one mower. ( ins plowa, 3 harrows, 2 double sho vels, 2 corn planters, 2 hay frames, one wagon, 'one drag, 3 cutting har rows, set shop tools, one hay baler, wheat drill, wagon harness, and a lot of other farming implements too numerous to mention. Two stacks) of hay. Sale will beicin promptly at nine o'clock, Terms made known on day of sale. Mrs. Nellie Naylor, Capt A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. days. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Dotner and son Harold, of Ilavenna are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burchell and Miss Kmma Burchell. Miss Lena Estridge had as her guests for the week end Misses Smith and Bridgeof Stanford, Misses Edna Underwood and Ruth Ross of Paint Economically J. Wilder and liu sons of Berea, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Logsdon were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wynn, Sunday. Danville Team played Paint Lick Saturday afternoon on the latters ground. On account of the Danville pitcher getting struck on the neck with the ball, the game was called off with 2 to 2. Misses Ava McWhorter, Marie Lcdford of Paint Lick, and Jamie Bronston of Richmond, left Tuesday evening for Denver and Colorado Springs, Col., where they will visit relatives. They will be gone abount a month. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Williams and dauhgtcrs left for Asheville X. C, Monday where they went In the hope that the climate may be beneficial to Misses Williea nd Veda, who have been in such bad health the past six months: It is hoped by their many friends here that they will Improve and soon be back to Paint Lick. The sale of Mr. Edd Williams last Thursday was well attended. Every thing selling well. Hogs bringing around $14.00 cwt, one cow brought $105, another $92.60. The house and lot Including blacksmith shop sold for $2000, and the home place brouhgt $5000, the former place was purchased by Mr. Andy Thompson and the latter by Mr, Perry Tusse. Uc Lick. Mr. and Mrs. A. BUILD Beautifully Satisfactorily See photographs, floor plans, specifications' in fact see your building before it is Correctly built. Select a design from our plan book, one of the most elaborately prepared books of iU kind ever issued. NATIONAL llOTHING BUILDERS UETTER DUREAU UuiLT INVESTIGATE THIS SERVICE Member J Bastin Lumber Jane Bowling la spending several weeks with friends in Middles-b- o ro and Mt. Sterling Mr, and Mr. Sid Poor ami children of Wilmore were the guests of 'Miss Kliza I son and her father. Mrs. J. B. Ruble and Raymond Ruble of Danville spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ruble. Mesdames J, W. Bryant and V. K. Davis and Mr. Sam Halcomlt wera Danville visitors Saturday. Mr. John Dunn of Cincinnati spent a few days last week with Mr, C. W. Coulter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Folger of have been the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Walter Fain. Mesdames C, C. Becker, A. B. Swope and R. K. Swope spent Thursday with Mrs. Kin Moss at Nlehol-asvlllMiss e. Co. yS Public Auction OF SG ACRES OF LAND. Located on Long Branch, one mile from McCreary, on SATURDAY, JUNE 19th. at 2 o'clock, This farm has good G room dwell ing, good stock and tobacco barn that will hold i acres of tobacco, good fence and well watered. This Is all good sand stone land, and in a high state of cultivation. TERMS made known on day of sale. SAM LONG. LICE LONG, Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. DRYANTSVILLE Miss Martha Curtis is recovering from the measles. Mr. und Mrs. Herbert Taylor were in Nicholaavillc Monday. Rev. (1. S. Conant made a business trip to Cincinnati last week. Mr. Charles Rankin niado a business trip to Louisville last week. Miss Stella Price Ilcrron Is the attractive guest of Mrs. Florence Ballard. Mr. John Dean of Kansas Is tho guest of his sitter Mrs. J. II. the 24th. Every one is cordially invited to attend. Misses Delia Mac Turner of Marks-bur- y and Kvileu Durham of Pineville was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. James Durham. .Marguerite Misses Croushorn, Ethyl Wylie, Klvn Lee Durham und Delia Mao Turner spent the day with Mrs. Jumes Durham Friday, Mesdames J. Hogun Ballard, K. II. Ballard, W. J. Ilogun and Fannie Bryant were the guests last Tuesday of Mrs. John Italian! at Lancaster. Miss Willie Kason of Lexington, was the guest last week of Miss Thessa Woods. Work Still Coins On In Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Weaver of Mar- Church. With General Educe, cellus has been the guest of Mr. and tlon Board Gift Of '$80,-00- 0 reaWyta Uiartaans. UmX- lasUsUr Mrs. Rcbert Rankin. Assured. Mrs. Belle Tomlinson and Miss Mr. Harvey McBeath of Hubble ilia spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Margaret Robinson spent last week LEXINGTON, Ky., June 15th mi set with Mr. and Mrs. Lesdie Bruner at Gifts front Kentucky churches to the Charlie Rankin. Disciples of Christ World Movement Mesdames Charlie Rankin and Buena Vista. The "Community Silver Tea" will Fund in the State totalled $189,968.. Robert Rankin were In Danville shop- meet at the home of Mrs. Janle Rote 48 up to Saturday morning, accord R. E. McROBERTS, Usuast.r, Kr. nlm. Mnnil.u ttt-slw- .After yoa syfl talc DISCIPLES' FUND Totals 3269,958,48 tm ing to reports received by Secretary ClilTord 8. Weaver, In charge of the otfices of the fund In Central Chris tiun church. Tho gift of tho General Education Board, conditioned upon the raising of $ 1(30,000, which has been achieved with mure than $20,- 000 to spare, swells the total to $209,958.48. Reports were received Saturday morning by Secretary Weaver from Puducnh, Harrodsburg and Versailles Rev. Roy Rutherford's church at Pa ducah has raised $4,000 and has not yet finished the canvass of its mem bership. Rev. T. K. Sellers, of liar rodsburg, reported that nt a banquet given Thursday night $4,000 was subscribed, and that the remaining $2,540 of that church's quota was as sured. Rev. K. C, Lacy of Versailles reported the raising of $3,400 on a quot aof $4,470 and work still going on. Dr. Joseph W. Hagln spoko at the Danville Christian Church Sunday, Dr. K.1L CrottAcld at Morgan and Falmouth ,and Secretary Weaver at Woodland and Chestnut Street Chris tian Churches In Lexlnton. T X m ff 1M rjy M fcu (nether wttk (J tatntJ Cslorsa Pipeljaa fWnece, Cats less thaa sseees. Saves H Ouetasi Med Sail ft ill n ec aaaas )WfOUlW. gjlASELDEN