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EVERYBODY KENTUCKY PRESS PROPERTY VALUED NEW SUPERINTEND A STUFFED SHIRT DELIGHTFUL ENT ELECTED. AT $100,000 PROGRAM Working For The Chau- Has Successful Meeting Irvin S. Cobb Says Hartauqua. At Covington Last Stolen From Freight Teachers Also Elected. ding Never Had An Rendered At Buckeye Ticket. Selling Rapidly. Season Veek. Original Idea. Mr. Paul II. Iloyd, Principal ef the Sunday School. Cars At Danville. The lluckeye Sunday Sehoel observed ChiMroH' Day !iy giving a beautiful program Sunday afternoon. Tho the weather wn inclement, the house wb full to it seating capacity, town. many attending from near-bThe church was prettily deeorntod with iHittiil plants, tin uliit being hanked with basket anil vase of cut y flowers. Tin children were trained by Mis Ruth I. Hay nnd Mm. Nora 1 5. Tenter with Mis Allene Crutchllrld furnish-'i- k The children marched in the chureh from either tide, ouch line being led l two tiny girls carrying large bou-qu- tho musk el tied with tulle. While nil the program wn enjoyed, none wai more enjoyed than the singing of little Gretchon Hope San. den, Her angelic appearance with her sweet voice appealed to the entire audience. Another pretty feature wn a wmid and garland (lower drill given It) eiRht young ladiei, They were dress-e- d alternately with Hnk and yellow overdrape, wearing roue nnd daisy wreaths on their heads, ami carrying It roue garlands and daisy wnnds. loveliness wa to ufh an extent l had n tinge of sndnes. or in other words It led one thought to "Th land where the (lower ever bWw". renThe following prwrwm w dered ' Lave", Opening Sng "Rad by lord's Prayer and d Pox-olog- y. Kverythln ptwU t tbe mwt r ressful Ctwulauqua evrr'hsdd in wba have not cerd nnd tieheta are urned to their the amount saved by tbtn nt we having a hwwii ticket ta almost M per rent. Thi i n clean entertain-man- l of the highlit ffunlity ami especially appeal ti tWe who iilrc while to forget their troubles far and k'rep Httod on the evenU of the with mu4cat tauten nnd day. Tito all with a sens f humor should not fail to support this enterprise. Everybody in Garrard County should IhumI fur the Hedpath Chautauqua and hdp to make it a huge Micee-- by their Tho ticket presence ever day are meeting with much encouragement and they nre all full of iner the potpect, and are determined to put over a gixhl thing for ljineter nnd Gnrrnrd ewunty. In addition to a IkiimI one day there will ne lecture and mu.hcal pleasing to all. WH SAY agnln "1I00ST FOIt THK HNTKKTAINED HOY ALLY. er tti mh Three rt ell-er- a enter-tnlnmen- CIIAC-TAUQl'A.- " Found Dead. f We Fannie Wood, daughter Wood, colored, wn found dead in lied at the home of her father Tuesday morning. Coroner Simon Anderson held an inquent immediately and found that he came to her death frftm a lerebral hemorrhage and the jury relumed a verdict in accordance with thee fart. Short Welcome Addreta Mn, Norn E. Teatcr. Recitation by thrw little girl Sylvn MrCullcy, Jane Kay, Minnie Walker. Dialogue -- The Child Jwui WW Hello Hoover. Juunit Simp:!. I.ucile Sand em . Children' Day U Our Day -- Homer Itay and Hope Sander. Heading Mixpah Svlan Ray. My Favorite Flower Ky Seven Junior and Teacher. Jesus Love Me Hope Sander. Song "Henutlful Children's Day" Cistern Cleaner. W Mr. Jack Scott, of Detroit. Mich.. here Willi hi cittern and welt ma- chine wntlle Take dirt from bottom, aide with roll of it own water. clar water like a rroam wpur. ttr rlimm cream from milk. Clear water vr no pa) All work guaran- teed lt-p- .i Jack Scott. Kengnrlan Hotel. Reception For Pastors. The Burjrtn ItaptMt church gave a delightful reception lat Thursday Young Claw. evening in hi.imr of their new pa.Uir. A Itenutiful Day- - Eight little tota. Hev. D F Sebastian and Mr. Sebas-tatHeading- - bon't Fret Christine Davi and aim in honor of Het. and Recitation, Children' Day Coleman Mr. K I. Mitchell, their farmer Gladys and Gcnea Sebastian. The chureh was beautifully Itecllationa Keep Looking for the divcorated with roi and ferns. A Sunshine l.ovie Drown. delightful program was rendered, May Daily A Rose in Eery Rarden conUting of music and start Hnppy Lucille Sanden. I'm Among the speakers were l. Children' Day' the Het Ora Hev. W. D. Moore of Lawrenceburg Hev. Klmorc ISoyalty qf Goshen Song All the Hnppy Childen Ily and Hev. Sebattian nnd HnptHt Church. Primary Chute. Hev. Mitchell retpomhsl with short Ily Five Girl -- The ChilHecitntion. addoMM. The church prosentel each dren's Day Margaret Hradshaw, pastor witli a beautiful mahogany president-elect- . Vent lironddus, Irene Spark. clock. Hefreshmcnta were served Ague Carter, Lucille Hay. MAMMOTH after the program. Dialogue (letting Out to Sunday Hev Sebastian took charge of the Hill, Kufns McCully School Stella Of church June the first nnd the work Hecitntion, Ethclbert Fothergill, Doris moving nicely. othy Spnrka. Oil. Heading "Old Man in the Palace Car" New York capitalist according to Myrtle Davi. Song "What the lllrdle Sing Ily the Irvine Tribune nre to erect u Wm. Maupln Will mammoth plant in F.stlll county for ten girl. Heading Grnndmu's Children' Day the purpose of extracting crude oil Lead Big Band at Allene McCulley. from the large amount of shale that is the Chautauqua Solo Gretchen Hope Sander. found in that locality. Garrard Wnnd and Garland Flower Drill. county abounds in thi character of Sntlie Lou Teatcr, shale, especially in the Cnrtersville Sallie Noel, Chrittinc Davit. Lucille Sunder. section of the county. Why not have one of the extractIternlro llrouddui, Myrtle Davi, Allcne McCulley. Annie May. ing plants located in Garrard? In thi connection The Tribune say: "A representative of The National City Hunk, of New York, spent Mr. Tom Hallard, our genial detwo day this week in and around puty sherilf, was taken to Lexington's Irvine looking over the option held Rood Samaritan Hopltal last week by John Wilcox on shale lands. nnd last Tueduy ho underwent a After ii thorough investigation of opvrntion for diseased tonsil. thu shale he stated that within three We are glnd to report that he Is now month the starting of the building doing nicely uud hit friends will ha will be under way und that before glad to see him out ngaiu, wo hope the summer is over crude oil will very soon. be extracted from the shale in a $'.,000,000 plant which will be erectAutomobile ed Just aero the river from Irvine. This company has employed the best chemiiU to take from the sample of shale the oil und they We are prepared now to take caro have found that the shale will pro of your automobile repair work on all duce the crude in sufficient iuiin- cars. titles to justify the expenditure of If you want service and guaranthe above amount. In F.stlll field teed satisfaction this l the place to the shale I found on top, or near come. thu top of the ground. Work of Wo arc willing to stand behind any excavating for the big plant will, and nil work turned out by ui. If you it is stated, begin at once or when are not satisfied wo will refund your the weather permits. Plana for the money or make the Job right elthor you prefer. plant are nearly completed nnd the intention are to place it where it Let ua have a trial at something will be near the center of the 2,000 that somo ono cUo has failed to do to your satisfaction. acres on which Mr. Wilcox holds WUIIam Maupln beads the Red We arts here to do ai we say, and OetaadUrt band and mala chorea, the options and on which the puronly ask a trial of you. wUra wUl be heard bera at Ue Kad-- chase price will be paid shortly. CENTRAL GAHAGE, Mtk Caautauaaa. FOR SALE Extra nice Jersey William Marace, Proprietor, Mr. Matd la oae of Um & II. Henry. heifer calf. 0.24-4- t C. U. Turner, Mechanic. of the United HUtea. baatera n r. Foth-ergil- thi- - Hfty-ftannual meeting of the Kentucky Preaa A kitten came to a cIom' last Friday evening, one ef the bet and mMt interMting meeting ever held by the iiMHrintion came to un end. The closing scene were held nt the Cincinnati .oo, where the editor and their wire, sweethearts nnd friends, were guest of the supply house of the Queen ( it). About fifty paper were represented at the meeting which held it ses sions nt the library Auditorium in Covington, the first seion being! The held hint Thursday afternoon. meetings were presided over by ita president, Hon. II. F. Forgcy, of the Ashhind Independent nnd he made nn ideal olTlrer, in fact one of the best the association has ever had. The en tire progTiim of the meeting wn in- tcrosting from the very start, each member showing more Interest a the meeting progressed. Thursday evening the press people were the guest of Hon. Kichnrd P. Krnt, president of the Covington Industrial Club nt a delightful banquet of this given in the dining rooms magnificent club. Mr. Krnst made n delightful host, presiding at the dinner a tonstmns-te- r. Short talks being made by .Mayor Gnlvin. of Cincinnati, Harry Giovanneli. of the Lexington Lender and president Forgey. At this dinner the members of the club took occasion to present to Mr. Krnst, u beautiful watch fob, richly studded with diamond, in testimony of their love for him and to show in n small measure their appreciation of him for hi great work he mi done for the city of Covington. Friday nt noon the members were KUttt of Mr. Jack Shuif at luncheon in the dining room of the Chamber of Commerce of Cincinnati, in the kyiK'raping building of the L'nlon Central Life Inturance Company. ThM building I thirty-fou- r stories high ami i known ns the "house that Jack built". Mr. Shut! being responsi ble for ita erection nnd contains some of the finest otfices in the werld. The program rnme to a close Friday afternoon und the following officer were elerttsl to serve for the ensuing year: H. L. Klkin, President, W. L Dawson, of the Lngrnngc Krn, Vice President; J. C. Alcock of the Danville Daily Messenger, secretary nnd treasurer; L. S, Fitr-hugof the Wilmore Knterprize, was elected chairman of the executive committee. This committee will be named in the next few days by the WhH Arrest. Made Follow. Othr Mnyfleld High School, nml for three To years Principal of the Leitchfleld been Graded and High School, Im I PLANT For Extraction Crude lletween $7fi.000 and $100,000 in property Iki been stolen from freight beHallway ctirs on the Southern Somerset and Lexington and tween Danville and Louisville during the pnt six month, say the Danville Daily Messenger, according to of the rood and lloyle county officials, who have been working on the case night and ilny for several month. Only three arrests In con nection with the robbery and sale of stolen good have been made. Morris Pritchett was arrested about ten day ago nnd I now in Jail here charged with robbery, lie i under Letcher Saunder wn $1,000 bond. arrested nt Asheville N. C. on .na charge of robbery und brought back to Danville last Friday. He i being held in jnil under bond of $2,000. J. K. Ashbrook wn churged with hnving received stolen good and was releasOther arrest ed on bond of $2,000. nid. will be made within the it i next few days. It i reported that a gang of nbout men have been robbing twenty-fivthe car systematically and have old the good to wholesale and retail merchant and individuals in Danville nml many other towns in this section of the State, as well as to farmer. Cigarette, shoe, automobile tires, silk shirts, ginghams, etc. valued at thousand of dollars, are among the article said to have been stolen. Mewrs J. A. Coleman and J. K. Wallin. special police officer employed by the Southern Railway Company, have been working nigltf and day for several month in an effort to secure sufficient evidence to make arrest, and now have the mutter well They clnim that n Imnd in hand. composed of thirty men have been robbing the cor and selling the goods to various parties. Local county officers, including Sheriff M. J. Fnrri. Jr., S. G. Roode, workhouse keeper, and County Attorney Henry Jackson arc assisting the railway official in making the nrrests nnd in investigating the matter. Official working on the case have endeavored to keep the matter quiet in order to obtain all of the necessary information and evidence nnd to learn the names of all parties connected with the stealing as well as those who have been buying the stolen good. However, the fact that the car were robbed and that officers were working on the case have been generally known for several day and have caused a sensation in the community among the people. It has hoi-i- t nlmost imnossible to believe that the wholesale robbing of freight cars could take place along the railroad in so many different place and the men doing the work get away with it. but. ns stated above, the of ficer have worked slow in order to secure nbsolutc evidence against the guilty parties and to not arrest innocent persons. Further developments nre epected and will be report-- d from time to time. olfi-clals e elected Superintendent of the ln- Public School to succeed P. H. Hopkins, who recently resigned to ac of cept the State Superviorship liural and Elementary Schools. Mr. Hoyd was born in Missouri but has lived half hi life in Kentucky. He is n graduate of Centre College and hns attended the summer school for two or three session, of Teachers College. Columbia University. Hi training ami experience will fit him for the Unnrnster superintendency. Mis Hcttle Robinson who i so well known to Iincnster will return ns Principal of the High School De- Margaret Sexton pnrtment. Mis Mis Mary Anna will also return. Heard of Shelbyville who has Just graduated from Georgetown College with the II. S, degree will be teacher of .Mathematics and Science. The teacher elected for the grnde nre ns follow: Primer and First Grade Mis Ada cnter Rich. Second Rrnde Mis Anderson; Secoml und Third Grade Miss Mildred Ilearley; Third Grade Miss Estridge; Fourth Grade Mis Nellie Wand, (Woodbury, Ky;) Fifth Grnde Mis Myrtle Ruble; Sixth Grnde Mis Minnie llurchett: Seventh Grnde Mr. Theo Currey. Eighth Grnde Miss Elira Smith; Mrs. May Hughes Noland will have the Music Department again. Since Mr. J. Rockwell Smith did not a teacher of Home Economics, the Hoard has been unable to find a suitable tencher for this department. nc-ce- (Hopkintvilk New Ern) between national conventions, Irvin S. Cobb i spending n few days "back home" in Paducah. Delightfully Interviewed by Elliott Mitchell, of the Sun, nt Will Gilbert's corner drug store, the famous humorist painted, wnrta nml all, a vidid portrait of Wnrren Gamaliel Harding. "Hnrdlng Is a docile kindly soul who'll never rock the bout," he declared. "He' a composite picture of nil the statesmen who ever lived nnd would do Justice to any wnx figure mnnufneturcr. He's really a very handsome stuffed shirt. To the roots of his hair he resembles Henry Clay, but there the resemblance stops. If he ever finds a good dandruff cure he'll lose his politWhy was he nominaical standing. ted? Why, because he looked like he ought to be, and he's from a state that breeds n rare of men that look like statesmen und run for president. He never hail an original thought in hi life nnd wouldn't know what to do with one if he had it until he had consulted Penrose. If he happened on to one he would take it before his chief and laying it at his feet would sny, '1, too, have not been idle. Here is an Idea. What shall I do with it? ..it., i. cnw.it ciiuukiii. .iu imrc). i.t. ma i,v in mouth shut and stupid enough to make the dullest, most speech a politician ever tried to make. Hut he makes it with such an uir that it doesn't seem dull until you think it over nnd find that he didn't say a thing." Hosting d, GREAT SALE Of Aberdeen-Angu- s A BAPTIST Sunday School Institute The first annual Sunday School Institute of the South District Associa-lio- n of Unptists in Kentucky, will convene with the First Uaptist Church of Hustonville, Ky., June 27 Rev. O. F. Her to .10th inclusive. ring of North Carolina will be in charge. Three books will be taught as follow: Hev. O. F. Herring "The New Normal Manuel"; Rev. W. L. Walker "Winning to Christ" nnd Rev. N. F. Jones "The Doctrine of our Faith." Cattle. The auction sale conducted near Danville last week by Archidcan nnd Abcrdeen-Angu- Danger! Beware! woman who wn too economical to subscribe for her home paper sent her little son to borrow the copy tak-e- n bv her neighbor. In hi haste the boy ran over a four dollar stand of bees and in ten minutes looked like a warty Summer squash. His crie reached his father, who ran to his ns sistanre. nnd failing to notice a barb ed wire fence, ran into it, breaking it down, cutting n handful of llesh from hi anatomy nnd ruining n five dollar pair of pants. The old advantage of the gap in the fence nnd got into the cornfield and killed herself eating corn. Ilenring the rncket. the mother ran, upset a four gallon churn of rich cream into n basket of kittens, drowning the who's litter. In her hurry she drop ped and broke, past nil hope of mend dollar set of falie ing a twenty-fiv- e teeth. The baby, left alone, crawled through thu spilled cream and into the parlor, ruining a twenty dollar cnrpeL During the excitement the eldest daughter ran away with the hired man, the dog broke up eleven setting hens, and the calves got out and chewed the tail off of four fine shirts. And all to save fifty cents! Moral: Subscribe for this paper at once and protect yourself from such calamities. Lakevllle, (Ind.) Standard. A Undergoes Operation. cow-too- k Owners Attention. 1 waU-hMV- Read Mount and Co's d. Walker Hradshaw of their famous cnttle was one, if s not the very best sale of this character, ever held in Kentucky. Many were drawn to the sale from various parts of this state and other states ns well, nnd the bidding was spirited. Forty-twhead were sold as advertised at an average of $702.00 a head. The top cow of the sale bringing $2825.00, while the highest and top bull calf of the tale brought $925.00. SUNDAY PROGRAM The sale was in every way a sucIlible School nt 10 A. M. Rev. O. F. Herring will deliver addresses at 11 cess and Messs Hradshaw Brother A. M. and 7:45 P. M. The classes! are to be congratulated upon their will be organized and lessons assign- good fortune. ed at 2:lfi P. M. Church Notes. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning. PROGRAM Mrs. J. A. Tucker returned last II: 15 Devotional services, Pastor N. Friday from Lexington where she atF. Jones. tended the Annual School of Methods Class Work. 10 to 11 of the Christian Church for Sunday 1 1 :05 Address. Rev. O. F. Herring. School workers. Mrs. Tucker was the NOON 12 to 1 Luncheon. representative of the local Sunday Aftcnoon. School. She made a fine record ns a 1:15 Devotional Services, Pastor student, being granted a diploma on N. F. Jones. the closing night for her efficiency. 2 to 3 Class Work. Rev. E. D. llourlnml will preach 3:05 Addresses, Hev. J. C. Taylor, the sermon at the Union Servicei at Hev. C. D. Strother, Rev. J. L. Adkins the Presbyterian Church next Sun(in order named) day night. His subject will be "The Night. Failure of the Good Samaritan." 7:45 Devotional Services, Pastor N. F. Jones. SALE 8 to 8:45 Class Work. 8:50 Addresses, Rev. W. L. Vtalker, Good Hev. T. II. Athey, Rev H. A. Dawes (in oder named) Land To Be Entertainment will be free to nil who take on program and to those 3rd. the class work. Hosts will serve noon luncheon for their own guests cither acre farm, known The thirty-seve- n nt home or nt the church. No public as the "old J. N. Tenter home place" luncheon will be served. Address near Iluckeye, will be sold publicly Mr. C. C. Ross, Hustonville Ky., for on Saturday July 3rd, and from whnt assignment. Ten hour class work, wo have heard ubout the fertile soil n class hour is 15 minutes, is requirof this place it will sell readily and at ed on each book und this includes the a good price. Tho place lies within examination which will be given from one half mile of Iluckeye, right on the W to 11 Thusday morning. pike, o'clock near u good school and near a The entire Church and the general good church. The land is exceedingpublic is codially invited to hear the ly fertile, having been in blue grass nddretses. years until last year. for forty-seve- n W. L. Walker, N. F. Jones, Com. Every foot of it tobacco land nnd all Ideal building sites. Young Men Like Glass. of Ait large tobacco barn is one of the Many young men are like a piece improvenU nnd will hold four acres nnd watered of glass in tho bright rays of the sun. of tobacco. Well If you hold the glass steady over a fenced. It will be sold in four lots block of wood in the sun it will in and then as a whole, the highest price time set the wood afire. Hut if you realixed being accepted. move the glass around it has no Immediate possession of Uie lots effect. will be given and possession of the So it is with the young man. If land will be given January 1st, 1021. he keeps his mind and energy center- The terms are very liberal, being sold ed upon the business in hand he will on five years time. Watch for the succeed, but if he keeps shifting it advertisement In the next Issue of the from one thing to another he will end Record and for hand bills about Saturday. life as a dismal failure. For further particulars call on or It Is a simple lesson that I well phone, S. L. or T. 0. Hill. It worth remembering. o Christian ANOTHER Of Sandstone Held July The Contrai Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 24, 1920 Oil Shale In Kentucky. (From The Courier Journnl) To the Editor of the Courier Journnl: Digest In the l.iternry .May 22, page .15, under the rnption, ".Mlnln for Oil," President Victor C. Aldrson of the Colorado School of Mine, l quoted ns saying: "In the future vc shrill dip the most oft eur petroleum out of the hills In solid form." "Oil shales from which oil' mny he extracted by distillation, the only great natural reservoir that I can be absolutely depended upon." (Do not confound oil shale with oili sand.) "It will be the source of our oil supply for the future for it provides nn almost unlimited supply of raw material. It distribution is world-wid- e and its extent incnlcul-- 1 able." Kxtenslvc deposits are found in many States of the I'nion; and many other countries of the world, j The special reason for calling nttcn-Hoto the above named article is I because in oil shale deposits Kcnttit-- ! ky is one of the rich spots on the American continent. These deposits are not confined to one section of the State, but probably the most extensive body or Acid is to be found In Southeastern Kentucky and embraces a part of Lincoln, Garrard, .Madison . and Rockcastle Counties, acquiring' iu greatest thickness in Rockcastle County. If the distillation can be effected by electricity ns the melting medium, water power can be utilized to generate electricity, thereby cheapening its manufacture. To. quote further: "Reside the produc-- l tlon of crude oil, gaa and ammonium sulphate, he suggests that the nitrogen may be rccluimcd in n form for' uo in the maufneture of munitions of war: nnilin dyes and flotation oils mny be obtained; possibly produce gas, n substitute for rubber and other ' products may become valuable." This is nn alluring Held for the who is able to catch the vision work out the detail, and present it to the capitalist. 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The Chandler chassis, justly famous for its marvelous motor, is the development of seven years of constant application of y it approximates the skill of Chandler engineers. And perfection. Six beautiful styles of body are mounted on the standard chassis, offering a wide choice from which to select. 1915's. evcr-so-nmch the road old 19U Chandlers IT endures. There are manyand thousands of theon1914'sand doing good service, Practically ninety per ernt of the are allow etl to which pollcit tlo so because the Hkcy hWer. instead of laylnie aWe rrcularly a certain sum of monty tlmt will craw to be lari;e eaouit in ii year to oy the premium on iu due date, proceeds with ii wtrt of vntfur expecta-tieof Having the amount of the preIn the mium when it become due eac of the averaK man. the amount of the yearly premium on In in. tertior. lie J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Oilier ()rr Nstfotial llenk. Iteslderice I'bone 3. (Iflice I'horejrj I.ANCAKTKK, KY.r n M. J. PATRICK, .DenliMt. 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This fact should be kept well in mind by the young men of this com- munity who are juit entering the, door of life's career. That career will depend upon the manner in which they employ their brains. The enthusiasm of youth is nntur- nl and is to be expected. It is a valuable asset. Hut enthusiasm should not be nl- to run its course unchecked. should be curbed, lest go over the brink of the commercial pre- The business world is full of destructive for the pit-fo- ils es Sedan, S1W5 JshiIci Car, (. Roaditrr, JIWJ S207S Four-Pancne- er Coupe, tlSVS itlirruuf. .. l.inuiuiine S3495 Cln.U.4. 04..) SRPERS DISTRIBUTORS. & WALTERS LANCASTER, KY. VETERINARIAN. The rrgurar monthly or weekly of Government Savings Call Aniwrmt Promptly Da? nr Stai thus creating a lnking fund. M(ht. I'hun. 317 a it utre, fttr taking care of the Insurance premium uben it come due I.ANCASMK, KINTUCKV each ; ear. Is meeting with much favor with peroons who are following thi practice. Not only do thry save and have ready the amount of their nsurtince premiums, I tut their money has been earning intercut. Fine Cut Flowers. Another advantage of thia system is the fact that the motlry. while It John M. McRoberts. ran be rotten from the pmt utTlce on ten days notice, is not in a bank N. L. PREWITT where It can be checked out or earned in the pockets where it can be spent M will. Auctioneer IHireHMe es emUnrrtiMment. Or. Printus Walker Honaker Cracks at Creation. All men are born with brains, but some haven't sense enough to use SATISFACTION (1UAKANTKKI) Lnncnstcr. Ky JOHN CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO .K F D No 3 them. F ' J0 W W 4L II H M L m W M - 1L Z I fJ I TT. TT" I M II M - T""F . Itcware of the ipuickly made friend Ubrril iiorlmaat ship. It often leatk Us the greatest nd lull vtly paid of cnemities. WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. XFURS - k. k M - I M V- JL. 3 Trouble with Mexico is that they HlStl and aru all generals and every general Caat Skint wanta to be president. - r milk iHtttios, It seems, arc not a tuccesx. There U too much l'awr ihinger of drinking the bottle. Tt m M mm JL njv ffe I lkfl 1 JV MM mw OWNER. Vista, WK of course, that your It i wmmhM neighbor may be full of fnulta hut he haon't absorber! all of yotir own. No. there's not a Mt of danger of We men adopting femintae dreaa. never c uld Innrn to hutton'om down jSraSStrS FOR than to take sober counsel of himself, of his position, of his hopes in The undersigned hereby giro warn, tag to all persons not to trespass upon lur land? for any purposo whatever is wo will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of tho law. Hunt ecs and Ihhermon especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, R. L. Elkln, Mrs. K. POSTED Kmma Daniels, SALE PRIVATELY BY THE UNDERSIGNED life This farm is midway between Bryantsvule and Buena Garrard - L Arnold. A wise man W wiso, ltut a wim Mrs. Sarah J. 1 Hackley. woman is just a little wiser. Yep. Mrs. Kmma HlKginbothom, we know how to stand in with the Kdd and .V. II. I'ricc. behind will win The bridge to succc.vs can not be crossed in a day. it it long and County, there are many obstructions to baf- t'e or'(' "'J0'- 'Cn.t.'.'i!10V!-:..iWill sell n nut i m: mum! properly cmpioycu i Sec the crops of 1 fair Rex. Thirty minutoa at the close of business ejch day cun do wonders. The lubors of thu day can be analyzed. Was each task properly performed? How could it have been Improved upon? Let the brain answer thoso two questions properly each day and the problem of success in life will have been solved. The human brain U like a garden. When cultivated it produces in abundance. If neglected It soon becomes a barren waste. The young men of this community have brains plenty of bruins. 'e wnnt to see thorn grow and thrive In tho gnidcn of life. Cultivation will do it. Neglect will not. 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, garage, smoke, poultry and ice house, a 25x25 foot barn for cows and family horses. m A wemun in WMhmgtott with four It. L Darker children bus just given birth to II. L Kcllcy. cither with or without crops and this is as good allaround farm as can be found. triplet. Her name w Mrs. llusy J. C. IKby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, tobacco, corn, wheat,I rye, oats, clover and timothy now growing and compare and she if. . . .1 T-I Ir Thomson and Trncy incm wun oincrs. i ncy spcnn lor inemicivci. It reuire nn egg to hatch 11 bird mile track as good and it take n bird to lay an egg. The land lays as well as any land and if n man desires can have n True. as the Lexington race tract, and will suit any race horse man. It is just rolling enough to drain Now which was the Kve of iU spccioa The wore we m- - of gulf lUi mr the igg or the bird? pools And concrete tanks all fed by never well. It has on it a fine fish lake, several cemented w are Improved ltli Kin llwat failing springs drouth or no drouth distributed to every part of the place, and my stock gets If u girl cun get herself engaged tlmt the nniho U very mueli like lift nothing but pure, clean, running water, worth thousands of dollars to any good farm, and I often inough she ran mm ox n con- Itself. AImmwi eery tints InmgiNixi would not have one without plenty of good water. siderable quantity of Jewelry before lillelf tMtipeleat to glt Uio titlier fetliiw mltke. taking the ilnnl plunge. 1 Kentucky, 1 miles from either. 8. C. Itlgsby. I). M. Anderson. l'j Oh, yes, boose is still boote, when you can get iu Hut it mukea a fel low- - iiiielity boozy running around in circle trying to Ami iu above. Also one large stock barn and 300 barrel double crib and 1200 bushel wheat granary One 12 acre tobacco barn and have housed from 3 to 5 acres in stock barn. Also a nice new weather-boarded, The other fellow ha a leiritlmate right to hi own political belief, but lie should keep it in subjection when It dusn't coincide with yours. Tho wise younir inun urite liia love letters on u typewriter and' sign a put name. They sound miirh ty mushy when read in court. wmmm Hazelwood Sanatorium M three room cottage and necessary buildings with fine lf water, well located. Advantage In Being a HerM. About tho only udvaiitneu a home, dozen farms Would prefer selling as a whole, but is susceptible to cutting into one-halias that bo doesn't have to take off with splendid building sites and good outlets, with water for each and will sell to suit all purAn old skinflint dropped into the' tits shoes wlicu lie goes to bed. Dallas chaser as to quantity and easy terms. Convenient to Graded school and all churches. I have olficu tho other day, subscribed for News. lived here, perfectly contented, since 1863, and would not now part with this home, but for my the paper, and told us to mull him health and age. Neither of my two daughters having married a farmer one a doctor and the thu bill. Thnnka for nothing. other an insurance man and both living in the West, I feel it my duty to spend my few reIn Liuguay there ia one automomaining days with them. In buying from me you will have no commissions to pay. See me at lHiHi "rbile to every UK person. In this once on tho premises. I mean business. - HONiy BACK country the summer pedeatraln Is of It bout quntloaU Hunl'. f.il. la lh Uf.luwol U (lm. the opinion thnt it is Juit tho reverse, Tciltr.Kutvuna.lirh.itc Uua l I V For lh Treatment of 4 'I'ubtrculotii Malnuliied by the Iiulivlllo --f mt tat mJ UatauriUkTOOAV. VtbalH. UjuUj bp Uww dttuurcr) Imiw oihm Irraiurata 'UJ Hum-- , v. I Ywi cm'I Um m wm CiwiiiIm. Try JAMES B. LEAVELL BRYANTSV1LLE, KENTUCKY STORMES DRUG STORE. liut why all of thi fusa over ram. paign slush funds? Cun a fellow who wun to to brcomo president afford to be leu of a spender than tho people who elect him? I lie adciuale lieatmrot if tubes, culoiis la all lis slaves at Ail ikii ail. lUlrt $15.00 per rk, Including board, medical sttenllon, UunJry, etc. High gtound rttrnili c tlcw, Dilljlit-fu- l luiruunJInj. Special rates (or lt IH.ta.al II winui), ) Wmmi um4WU. fi tlnXuvr SWi.l H tm C4.,(. lUtJmmd ST, IfUnl!!; K). liM tl I 1 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 24, 920 1 COMMANDING APPEARANCE SHADE TREES LOSE THEIR LEAVES Many Counties Report Damage to Shade Trees Due To The Eating OF Leaves By Some Insect You may be dressed in a Suit that costs you one hundred dollars, and if your Shoes are not in keeping, you will lack in appearance. Put on a pair of i Nettleton Shoes and you are assured of the best in Style, Fit and Quality. Come and let us show you our NEW SHOES in the latest TOES AND LASTS. NETTLETON Call at NETTLETON'S are the best Shoes in the world. our store and sec them. Lexington, Ky., Oak, hickory ami walnut tree in many btralitk are tiring (!i'f(iliiitel. In rmme ensus there I nothing left en the trros except smnll tufts of mtntteteu un of the topmost hrnnehes. ThH lenvts t council by a sflwtll Insect known hs tho brown June hue. Those Insects nre linnl to ftntl on necount of the fact that they work at night nml htilo in the soli in the day. .They are especially injurious to tree In nml Held tHut have not ben plowed for n large numlmr of yeurs, since the young Insect fel upon the root of Muogrft. The College of Agriculture, reeemmenda the rprnying of damaged trees with arrate of two senate of lettil at th pounl to a barrel of water, using a spray pump giving sufficient force to throw the iprny over the entire tree. Unlmw some such method Is uiel to control thse insects, many of the trcos, valuable for simile, are liable to be killed this season. Already damage has been reported from JeiTerson, Clark, Fuyette, Harrison and other counties which shows that (hi injury is mere or less gen eral. .Since thtwe Iimmk'U appeor per-- , louintiiy ; u hi not wwe 10 spray me tree until evidence of their injury is found; but a thorough application of arsenate of lead as soon as the injury is discovered should control these insect. Ih sccili with those of blurgraas re. duces tho value of the latler and when very numerous, the blucgrasi unusable unleM great pains arc taken to clean thoroughly before they arc put on the market. At the sred laboratory of the Kxpcriment Sta70 per cent of the tion, snmplts of bluegrass seeds received for testing contained sour dock iced. About naif of them did not meet th- requirements of the Kentucky Seed Law with regard to this impurity. It Is much easier to keep the seeds out before stripping blurgrass thin it is to get them out after stripping. Now is the tint to do ft. Th germination of Kentucky grown bluegras seeds has been greatly improved by care in stripping and curing. Now If we got rid of sour dock, we ought to be able to compote with Missouri In the pro e blurgrass ductlen of seeds. IDIO-IOIIhigh-grad- 3 For EvmjlMng in the Home thai needs refinisMnjj you'll find Pec Gee Re-nu-Iac you splendid results you can do the work yourself and at small expense. will give Good As Gold. It brightens woodwork beautifully, rcflnislies furniture, wlckcrware, picturo frames, lighting fixtures. It freshens and renews every surface it y touches try it You'll bedelightcd with it. Vtt C.tc It f NU- LAC comri In all .lf from JSc up. SUJr In JO Natural Wed to-dj-- TIE Big Store Scott & Son, Props. Mines Uennie Mctcalf is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Walker Hurdctte. Miss Mottle Hell Cobb entertained Sunday even number of friend ning. Miss Ollera Preston was the pleasAnges Slmpon ant guest of Ml Saturday night. Mrs. L. Cobb and daughter, Mat-ti- e Hell was the guest of Mrs. Lewis Simpson Monday. Mlw Irene Harden and Ang Simpson spent Sunday with Misses Chrktincand Olivrn Preston. Mr. ami Mr. Herbert WMttuker ami children spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Robert Carter. Klljah McMilllnn Mr. and Mr. and son was the truest of her parents, Mr. ami Mr. John Ray Sun. day. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Holton and Mr. and Mr. Holnrt (.row wan the week end guests of Mr. and Mr. Newton (!row. Miss Faye Holton has returned to her homo nt Stanford after seven! weeks stay with her grand parents, MILL. Mr and Mrs Ehjnh Holton. Mr and .Mr. Ike Duncan en A. T. DRADSHAW The wave of indifference and consequent Immorality which has been sweeping this country has met an opposing force which is quite as .powerful as its own. Men inclined to fastness smite at the effort of the churches to crub the growing evil. Such efforts arc without avail. Hut in the mothers of the country they are meeting a more determined opposition, n stone wall that is difficult to scale. Millions of good mothers arc warning their daughters against having anything to do with men who "go the pace," and it is having Its effects. Little by little these men nre finding themselves excluded from decent society. Others arc beginning to sec the handwriting on the wall and arc quietly mending their ways. There U no grandstand play on the part of these mothers. There is no publicity to feed n silly vanity. It it a sincere and determined effort SOUR DOCK IN to save their daughter from n fate BLUEGRASS which the moral laxity of the times invites. Lexington, Ky , Farmers and And these mothers are us good as others who intend to gather blue-gro- gold. seeds are urged to cut out a far as practicable all patches of sour If politics keeps on boiling over dock In the pastures to be stripped. we'll have n hcllraising tailtwistcr This weed is too prevalent In Ken- of a campaign the count is tucky fields, and the presence of its over. Whoop'cr up, boys. ss e and I i i mil Color . Wliltr, UolJ and SilTrr. lYullcGaulbert Co., Inc. Loultitltr, Ky. Alk-- For Color Cant STORMES DRUG STORE j . jLin v . HONIT BACK Ml bout qo.ttkml m I.iU la I ha trtataxnt of Etrana. Trtln.KIO(worm.ltchic Doo'i MConx dwoiratrd brtautt Mhar trratmniti laitaj. Hunl'aSal.a haa irlirrnl bandied, of ram. You can't low on ucb mr Mrmy far Gaaranr.a. Try It at out ink TODAY. PiloaJW. For aalalocaUy by Hum'sIUI. STORMES DRUG STORE. Delayed. Miss Molrt and Jasper I'rcwitt of Ktchmond are visiting relatives here. Mr. ami Mrs. Jesse Hast and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ' Daniel Knit, visiting Master Ifnrlan Snyder is his attractive little cousin, Klliabcth tcrtalned Sunday at dinner. Mr and Mr. James I. Sanders and baby,' .Mr. and .Mrs. Walker ami children Misses Hcnnie Metcalf and Hate rroston, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Preston1 Master J. C and Klvin Preston. MARTIN 1 STEEL LsbI Sanders of Cottonburg. Miss Nannie Sanders of this place is spending the week with Uuby Hay Whittakcr of Red House. Jete Kast and S. N. Sanders sold at some fnt sows to Uom ami (lay-lieight and nine cent per pound. Mr. ami Mrs. K. 0. Crceeh and NUte son, (illbert were visitors of Mrji ml Mr. C. C. I'rowHt Sunday. POOR r f SLOW DEATH COLD MEDAL amaal : aaal pains, nervousness, diffi culty in urinntinc, often mean serious disorders. The world's tandnrd remedy for kidney, bladder and uric add Aches, 25 1 RIDGE. Delayed. is very ill. VlS RATPROOF. FIREPROOF. jK Mr. Huford Smith III. bbbbbbbV Mr. James Litrell continue quite Sun- Mr. Dillard Simpson spent day with Mr. Kdd Moberley. quick itllrf and c'un .aid erf 5 caatily tlurasrs. Known ca tho na.tcnai iX ' ftmady cl Holland for mote than .0, ytats. Ail dtuccis-i- , in lhre j'ui CJ Lew Im IV. Col. I Mnlal on a.arr k fJL d sccail fro Imilalvi .0. tiin 20 Per Cent of Corn Crop Saved by Use of This Crib. H0ULDPR00F. Series of Auction Sales of Land BY SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN MEMORIZE JUNE 12th. county, 2 mlhOUJ-flACR- KS, JUNE 16th. SQHT These cribs are built in three styles and sizes to fit the needs of any farm. From 100 bushels to 10,000 bushels capacity. THE DATES JUNE OT ey Oblong style, (like illustration above) circular style and double shed style, with driveway between.. 268 ACRES, T."0, "P.es Danville, Improvements. County. dnndv 22nd, S near GravJUNE OAT JUNE 16th. CAT TVS, 102 acres el Switch, y subdivided. Crab OrJUNE 26th, 270 ACRES at city limand MO acrcOV-r,J-'J--'o- in chard, Lincoln county. its o Danville Hoyle County. A splenLico, did subdivision. lES JUNE 17th, QHT 179 ACRES, 1 mile of JULY ford, on DanCounty, a miMWi--'l' IJnrdstown, Nelson county. pike ville Hoylo limits of BiibtUvitl-et- l, dlv.i'.cd. I.elQivT TV county, Corker", 10th, at city sub. with Disease-carrying ThoLJLrU rats, mice and other vermin, cannot live at ilitltlleO-JL-rJ--',a8- T uUjLJJ 8 on farms, where MARTIN CORN SAVER CRIBS are used. Buy now and save the 10 per cent advance which goes on July 10th. Fi lt. For sale by If you aro 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 yet on our niailiiik' lirtt. Get in touch with Ileal Kstate Headquarters, and keep in touch with the real estate mark t. Communicate with V. E. Moss or It. II Dover at my Danville Ky., offices or with me. SANDERS Office S. S. S. Lumber Co. ti FARRA Lancaster, Ky. SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Juno 24, 1920. IS HISTORY Binder Twine BEST SISAL THE JOHN DEERE BINDER, MOWER AND RAKE for you to buy, come in arid let us explain the many good features that these machines have over any other. Full line of repairs in stock. is the best One Second-Han- d REPEATING? Prices During The Civil War, nnd For While After Rose to Fell. Diz- zy Heights Then Paint, Pride and Prosperity go Hand in Hand- The moral and economic influence of pjfttis . A well painted house denotes character; pride in jrow property and esteem of yourself and neighbors. Paint not only promotes prosperity, hut protects your homo against decay and increases its value. Deerlng Binder for Sale. Boodloe, GUY. Walker Bros cent!- of Mr. and Mrs. A, N. Merida. Voter. Mr. nml Mrs. James hnson spent of Stanford were the attractive visi Sunday in Middlcburg with relative. tor Sunday of Miss Nelle I'elphrey. Miss Stella Yntcr was the visitor Mr. and Mr. William Wolker, Mr, Sunday of Misses Maud and Uculah and Mrs. John Prathcr motored to Mr. nnd ;irHS l.ottle ana Anncllo luraon Mr. Charlie Tuttle were Crab Orchard Sunday and spent the day. Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mr. William Griggs and Turner. two little daughter, were Sunday Misses Ollie and Fannie Merida visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith were in Lancaster Saturday with of Pleasant Hill. relative. Little Misses Minnie and Lucille Mr. and Mrs. Robert Layton were recent guests 0f jr. am Jlr,. Lee nnd Master Robert Simpson of.Lnn caster, pent last week with Mr. and Drown of Iluckeye. OIHe Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater were Mr. Mrs Henry Mr. '. T. Rice and two sons, spent visitors Sunday of Mr and Saturday and Sunday in Richmond, Yater and family. vc now returned ami are with Mrs. Tom Yantis and dauheter.l Mis Allie, were visitor Thursday of P,r- - Cnrrie lavMsti. Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mr. Grovcr Ward, of Rolling Fork Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Simpson of MlsitMippi, urrived Friday to spend Madison spent the week end with Mr. the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. R. Henry. nnd Mr. Alex Killion. Mr. R. L. Davidson of Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson nnd spent the past week with hi mother, two sons of Lancaster, spent the Mrs. Carrie Davidson. week end with Mr. and Mr. Williani Mrs. Edd Baker and daughter, Sutton and Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Susie, has returned home after a visit Mr. nndM rs. Stuart Carson nnd to Somerset relatives. little daughter, Mrs. Wm Carson of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poyntcr and Stanford, Mrs. Sallie CornclUon of three children spent Sunday with Mr. Richmond were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Green Poynter. and Mrs. Buscom Pclphrcy. McRODERTS DRUG STORE. Mrs. Carrie Davidson, who has Mrs. Milton Ward, Mr. C. R been quite ill. is able to sit up, nnd Henry, Matters Jumes Milton and MT. H EUROPE is now rapidly improving. One-Ha- lf little Louise Henry were royally en Mr. Jno Vandcrpool of Kokoino, Mrs. A. M. Girdler has returned to tertained Tuesday at the home of her home in Somerset after a visit to Master Earl Clark of the Lexington Ind. is visiting his children here. pike, it being his 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. James Yantis. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Clark and little daughter of lloyle attended Mr. Raym6nd Scott is critically ill services here Sunday. Mr. Floyd Barnes, who has been Mr. and Mrs. hdgar Duncan are real sick is better at this time. entertaining a dainty little Miss who Mesdames A. M. Girdler and James came to their home on the llh. good Yantis were quests Sunday afternoon wtthwit quntkmlflkml'.&Jt. Mrs. nettle Montgomery or mar fail. In lb tintmrnl of bltnt. of Mrs. J. C. Roblnton at Lancaster. Ttltrt? Klafwonn. Itch, rtr Hryantsville was the guest of Mrs. becofD.dlKour.ffd Mr. Jim Day Ray of the Poor Doa't ether Imlnniti LIWJ. K. F. Scott Thursday night and Fri H jn t', h rt ltvri hua. Ridge Pike spent Friday with e day. drrd of such caw. Yoti Ml Tom Doolin and Oscar Lewis. lata oa our Mtnmy Bmtk Mr. 1!. A. Duncan sold to Mr. Try It at our riik Ca. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle and TODAV Prvca 7Sc at Chas. Duncan a work mare price J!0 Miss Daisy RuncU were visitors re.- STORMES DRUG STORE. and also n bunch of hogs price pre-waI- In a little pamphlet entitled "Ha-si- c Facts of Prosperity" published by the Curtis Publishing Company, un analysis of wholesale and retail prices nnd wages for the years 1HC.0 to 1872 is Riven. The figure of 100 i taken as the basic level of all three in 1880. There was a gradual ric during 1801 and 1 H03. nnd at the end of the latter year wholesale prices were at ISO, retail prices at 140; and wages at 130. During the year Lire prorrfl their worth daring nore thaa fifty yean. No matter lie surface 15'54 came the sharpest rise and Isrse or MJ1 there it a Tee Cca Pout or Fiakh (Jut will am you Ustioc wholesale price Jumped to the 210 Mliifsction at lowest cost. VsmI this state tai let m adrite wm you r rtvdiaf mark, reaching the peak in January, your painting and decorating proMea. 1M;. Meanwhile both retail pries and vages had taken a more gradual Ask ua for FREE Fatat Book aasf rMI rhtm." rise, the former standing at ICS in also for Color Cords, or writ direct to January and wages being at 160. Pcuslcc-Gaulb- crt Co., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky." In April, 1805, the war ended nnd there came n sudden drop in wholesale prices, which fell to 100 in July of that year and then rallied to 180 Lancaster, Ky. by the end of the year. Itetall prices and wages continued n steady rise! throughout the year; not being af. ' fected by the end of the war and reached the respective level of 170 ' and 165 at the end of 18G5. In the year following the close of the war, or 18CG .there was a marked variation in the trend of the three. Wholesale prices fluctuate! rather violently but with a con stant downward trend, nnd they con- tinued this downward course with oc-- : number of "favorite sons" trotted ite son, but it l going to require PY- lout by the two great political parti j more than that to keep us o(T the casional sharp rallies for seven year fpllowing the wnr, scoring a net loss We presume they are all greati rocks during the next few year of from five to ten points a year, un men or at least they wouM like to We ncnl a man who can reach lw Truteos fir the KnighU of be ei.idere.t great. At any rate, clieatnut, regardless of what hts til m 1872, Just prior to the great' Uilns Lodge at Ironton. Mo., have ii favorite son entitles one to tical a'Tiliathin may be. panic, they Mere at 1 HO or Just 3u' made nn mvitmeiit of lxlge funds r piints above the figure. certain ktni or ilisunclMn. and it Women in Indta are said to be mIf Iiivtory is repeating iUelf the. that will guarantee their wftl) ami i'J. t,'-- 1 ... - n.mr I...L..- lit" , ym j ' v i , 11, (fitolIrrlrig as high as llft.UW en oh far at the same time yield nn nppreci-- ' It.., t .. ...tiHrt man who denies himself luxuries of interest. I'osimas. ,.nt.ni.v husbands. Hut they Jinnow, and invests hi money in L able source -i .h.,lni ' of a show against thehaven't a gWt It. - llarger, of Ironton, recent beauty S. Government securities will be on "ter ly sent an order to the Savings Digirls In this town. a sound f.nancial basis when the prefavvritc son go seriously to uork in Department, St. vision, Treasury a conscientious eifort to stabaUie our sent troublesome days are over, An Illinois prufettar quit his Job ). . Louis, fur live one hundred dollar unsettliil conditions. It Ibty ran Treasury' Savings Certificates. ' nm fnr mill ifpu'n Innt h.fnttf ' janitor of the building, at nn ln of them-- tor anytmng In looking over the political field them-- nll of salary. A case of braw nrc considerably surprised at the they went. Any one can be a favor- H more valuable than brain. ' f7MOM nmw McRoberts Drug Store. mm KNIGHTS OF THIAS INVEST' poM-ben- g V, . ,1 ... u-- "i fr,e ...... TWO SMALL SUBURBAN TRACTS mile of Lancaster City Limits on Buckeye turnpike. w ECZEMAS NINI7 ixckh Extra and mostly Sandstone land, gently rolling, no steep land, at Mes-dam- ,,. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Onstott were with her father, Mr. N .Scott near Morgan Ky., from Saturday until Will It Pay? That is the first thing we think about when we ffj 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: .65c. Tour foot No. 9 top and bottom 75c. Four foot, heavy weight Four foot, G in. stay heavy weight. -- 85c. Heavy cattle barb wire $G for spool 80 rd Heavy Hog barb wire, heaviest made $6.50 per spool of 80 rods. Fresh car load of salt at $3.48 per seven bushel barrels. . 9 I I ft 1 Onstott entertained Snturday night Misses Alberta and Lucy Speaks nnd Miss Uuurnc of Lunrastcr, I Mr. Thomas Montgomery bought .V thu farm of Messrs J. I. Hamilton anil John Hicks located here at 1200 per acre. Mis Ituth Montgomery who has been ill so long was uble to spend Sunday with her Aunt Mrs. Laud-raIlurdett. Miss Mackie Montgomery who has I been sutforing for two weeks with ubscesses on her Jaw nnd nnd tooth is some better. Mrs. Scott IiulTman returned last Tuesday from Shelbysville where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Dullard Wilmout. Itev. I. V. Manly of George? town preached an old fahhlon gospel sermon at this place Sunday and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kd m Monday. Miss Zelda Grow. Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. KENTUCKY. 1 ispr bought of Huble r. Henry Charles Duncan nnd K. C. Montgomery some hogs at $12,75 per hundred nnd of Mtssra Kd Grow and D. II. Montgomery at $12. Miss Ida Speaks left Monday for Richmond where she will enter Nor- maL While we miss her from Sun. day School we wish her much sue' cess In her work. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean enter tained Sunday, Mr. Jesse Duncan hand family of Dunea Vista and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duncan and family and li. A. Duncan of Lock 8. M Messrs churches. Own a spot 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 dare say the same WILL NOT be repeated in the next ten years. Who ever lost any money on GOOD REAL ESTATE? Remember we advertise 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-MENName the stocks or bonds with equal annual return, as safe as free from hazard, or as certain of enhancement in values. , cash, January 1st, balance in three TERMS, most liberal; one-thir- d T. 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; lias 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, smooth land. This tract No. 2 would subdivide nicely for is 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 a AUCTION Saturday, June 26th good-strong equal payments. For further particulars see D. Fothergill at Buckeye, Ky., or D. A. Thomas, Lancaster, a Ky. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 24, ( 1 920 THE CROWININO EVENT THE GREATEST SWINEBROADS NEW ADDITION TO THE CITY OF DANVILLE SUBDIVISION PROPOSITION EVER OFFERED HOW TO RAISE MONEY On Your Liberty Bonds Not You Can't Rub It Away; Rheumatism is in the Blood Liniments Will Never Cure. If you nre Afflicted with matism, why waste time with liniments, lotions and other local applications that never did euro Rheumatism, and never will? Do not try to nib the patn away. Try the sensible plan of finding tho cause of tho pain, and go after that. Remove the cause, nnd you remove the pain. .You will never be rid of Rheu Rheu- 270 ACRES 1 1-- I'wcnty Acres In City Limits SO Acres Adjoining 2SO Nrcrtiary To Part Title With 270 ACRES Your lltt lnvlmnt Them at Collateral. Uie Miles frontage on Streets and Pikes "Building Lots," "Baby Farms' "Truck Gardens," "Cow Pastures," Beautiful Building Sites for Suburban Homes or Homes Within the City, at 4 the advantages of owning property here, rcrtile soils, good roads, modern improvement 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 Lot 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. 10 per cent day of mle, 20 per cent date of deed. Bnl LISTEN TO THESE TERMS ancc 14 per cent per year. Five long year to pay for it. Deed and possession at any time to January 1, 1921, at option of purchaser. Music by Brass Band Lunch nt the Sale. Money and pri7cs given away. One prize of $20.00 in Gold. Everybody come. Be a "Booster." l.ndic especially invited. cc W. E. Most or R. H. Devcr at my Danville For further particular and blue print office or my son George A. bwinebroau, or A a general rule It U bad buslneM to borvow money. However, when n twin needs money he might hotter borrow on hi asset than sell them In fart, that it Just "A lint a business He ninn doe when he needs money gov to the linnk unci pledges Ius properties or whatever of vnlue he may have as collateral for u bniu Then he pays buck the lonn n.1 soon in he can in order to obtain tu'l contrfl of his assets again. Apparently, there nre thouiar.u c person in America toilny who do a simple busines not utderstaml 10 O'CLOCK A. M. (RAIN OR SHINE) trnmmr'ion. Having bought Liberty Honda nd later having real or fnnci ed neil of money, they sold their AVENUE. ALTA ON LANCASTER STREET AND PIKE JUST BEYOND bomls, mi me tune for leiw than they (Known ai the Fognrty Farm purchased by SwJncbrond.) roukl htve borrowed on them. They mile on Lancaster oM tl.i m nt a low. 90 acres adjoins D nnd D. Institute property nntl front one-ha- lf Don't touch your Liberty Hands If Street nnd pike. Balance it on South tide of Clnrks Run fronting on Gose Pike and alto the However. If sick oU ran help it. extension of llnughman Boulevard through this land. o" other ill luek overtakes you lie Only 210 yardt from City water main and Electric Light and Gat. to have motley, The equal of this property at an attractive subdivision in nnd addition to Danville ha ami you must your bond andgohor BEST any lu.nk with AND THIS IS THE LAST. THERE ARE NO OTHERS. THE never been prctcntcd. money on them. Pur' row the FOR YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY. BUILDING LOTS and number of REMEMBER acre tract. Any go to a pawn broker or a bond "shark". Liberty Ilonds are uter number of ncre the purchnter wants. One tract of 10 acret with improvement, 6 room dwelling, 2 hnllt and porchct, barnt, ling collateral. Any hunk will lend money in money on thorn more cribt, etc, or will add more acreage thereto. Remember we tell to tuit the buyert. flirt, than they lend on nearly any 1 have been solicited at variout timet to name a price on different lott and tractt, but I it no wanted to mnkc the tubdivition attractive nnd let the biddcrt name the price and give every- other tecurity. lou will ttiul Hand trouble nt all. With Liberty body a dinner. Now it your opportunity. Thit it ftrtt clatt land. Get a line on value and in you' iMieket you won't have t price of rent ctnte. We welcome n thorough investigation. submit to any investigation of you I will not tnkc space to "Boost" DANVILLE and BOYLE COUNTY. Everybody know matism until you cleanse your blood of tho germ that cause tho disease. S. S. S. hn never had an enual as a blood purifier and scores of nufforcrs iuiy that it has clcansel their blood of Rheumatism, and removed all traco of the disease from their system. Rot a Iwttle of S .S. S., and get Speon the right treatment cial medical advice free. Address Medical Director, 111 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. to-da- y. ABSOLUTE AUCTION SALE WHEN? SATURDAY, JUNE 26th WHITE WHERE? FLOUR Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L. 2351020 ZANONE President, Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. affair. Ex-Servi- ce Hav.ng borrowed the money, th urge will he to xiy it back. Many bank permit you to cancel such a hen loan bv installment payment you hkve paid up the loan you Mill get your Iwnds hack with the .nter In otKer won! cut cuimiiis attached. you will have met your obligation and sf.'l have your HeW intact. Harrow if you Holtl your bonds. have to. but hold them. Men, Join the Americau Legion of this Post. Kentucky Crop Report With numerous .reports of ery short acreage, heavy abomlonmcnt thin stand, and damage by llession fly, Kentucky a wheat crop now promises fi, 825,000 bushels compar ed to n prospect early May for 0, 13,000 bushels, according to the June crop report, issued jointly hut week at Frankfort and Louisville by State Commissioner of Agriculture W. C. Hanna and II. F. Ilryont. Ken tucky field ngent of the U. S. llureau of Crop Estimates. Uist year the final yield in Kentucky turned out l'J.OL'U.OOO bushels while the average, 1014-1- 8 inclusive, was bushels. The greatest cut in ncreage and the heaviest damage apparently occured in Western nnd Southern Kentucky. Oats are doing fine on a good acreage, except where too badly drowned out in n few places. The condition is t2 per cent of normal and the acreage about 431,000, in dicating a production of about 10,' 70t,000 bushels, compared to t,U00,- 000 bushels last year. lEye shows a condition of 83 per cent of normal with about .1:1,000 acres in the State to be harvesed for grain this indicate n production of approximately til'l,000 bushels iompured to 741,000 bushels last year. barley acreage in Kentucky this year is about - per cent less than tn Hilt), due chiefly to increased bur- ley tobacco acreage. Practically nil the barley in Kentucky is grown in the Itlue (Iran counties. Condition of barley is 1)0 per cent of normal, indicating n production of about 15,' 1 Swinebroad, The Eeal Estate Man BOL1VER BOND on the Block. of LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. dent of the United Suites. Your political enemies will convict you of every sin in the decnlogue and paint you so block the darkness of night will be illuminating in comparison. If you have n mistake in life it will be paraded for the edification of the public. If you have been circumspect your very virtues will be distorted into diabolical sins of omisFor the Rule sion and commission. of politics, you know, is not the Golden hue. Your character is your own and you value it above nil things. How wmiIiI you like to have it besmirched and blackened in the eyes of the world? (let in the race for presi- cusations have at least one ray of comfort to cheer them through life. In death they will not be robbed of the fruits of their virtues. When St. Peter halts them at the gates he will have n record of their deeds so complete that no single incident will be omitted. Every' act will be judged in fairness and without bias, and the divine spirit of benevolence will prevail over all. There will be no false charges or malicious accusations at the gates of Paradise. All who are worthy will be welcomed, and no trades or combinations will be necessary to effect an entrance. Millions of people arc waiting with such patience ns they can muster for the time when prices will come down. They have faith that the time will not be long deferred. Hut we fear they are doomed to disappointment. Before any great reduction can be expected in the retail market there must first be a readjustment of the price of labor, raw materials, etc. Can you imagine the laborer voluntarily reducing his wage, or the mnnufucturer his product? There is an endless amount of time before us, and much of it will be consumed before the sky loses its control of prir" quotations. People who smart under the lash of false charges nnd malicious ac- THORNHILL WAGONS It is possible that when we pass on to our ultimate rewords our children may inherit n better world than the one in which wo nre living today. The experiences in which we are passing may imbue us with knowledge and furnish us with the wisdom to apply it for the good of posterity. ls Hnving fallen into the of life ourselves, we may have the re sourcefulness to teach our children to avoid them. A man never picks up the same hot poker twice. And we of today have picked up so many, nnd of such varying degree of beat. it is to be hoped there will be but few left to scorch the finger of our offspring, pit-fal- 40 or 50 FARMS FOR SALE OR EXGHANGE. If you want to lluy n Farm change a Farm see Sell a Farm Thornhill owner contfantly comment on the cue with which the wagon can be "backed up." This is due to the full circle iron. The ordinary circle is but a half circle ( ). In making a slurp turn hohtrr often run to the end of the track and become "derailed." Thornlulls cannot do this because their truck it a circle ( O ). iJ COME j Others comment on the fact that in spite of tremendous overloads, Thornhill axles never break. The reason for (hit is plain. They use touch highland hickory reinforced by a steel truss bar that extends the full length of the axle. Still others comment that the gear never cet out of line. This unusual feature i due to one of their workmen's inventions. I le designed a malleable front hound plate bolted to the gears at eight points. It's literally a jacket of iron that holds gears inline and insures light running for life. ml 000 bushels. Most meadows have made good growth, tho home sections are poor or very weedy, and some of the first cutting of nlfiilfu was damaged by rain. Condition of clover Is 80 per or Ex- W. T. KING The Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. R. F. D. No. 1. LANCASTER, KY. From hilly sections come reports that the old trouble of broken king Mis is unknown among owners of Thornhill wagons. Thit because ut a cup and faucet arrangement on the bohter that relieves the king bolt of strain. To oilier the amazing feature is the long life of Thornhill beds due to their location which gives them the pick of the yearly cutting of wood and due, in pan, to the fact that they paint with pure lead and linseed oil despite its high cost. Thousands of owners have found in Thornhill unusual strength where they are accustomed to weakness. Let us show you this perfected wagon. Iwl cent, with the acreage about 12 per cent 1ms than in 1011), duo chiefly to high prices of seed and to winter killing. Alfalfa condition Is 00 per cent, due chiefly to freezing out. The ncreage is about 10 per cent less than in 1010. Apple prospects are good in most sections, the acreage being about 71 per cent of n crop. Peaches are, about 78 per cent of n crop, while pear aru about 03 per cent. Pasture In most sections averages fair. All work and crops arc very late. Much plowing, corn planting ami tobacco setting still being done. Truck crops ure growing well now, but melon went severely checked by cold, wet weather In May. blackberries promise a bumper crop prac tically all over the State. Tobacco; The first report on to. bacco will be made early In July. Notoriety seekers are generally successful. They soon become no. torlous. Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Vlce-Pres- A. It. DENNY, President. J. K. STORM ES, S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, J. R. HARRIS. Individual HUGH MOULEY, General Book-keeper. t. Teller. Dook-Keepe- r. W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. II. Swincbroad, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J, E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, June 24 1920. 3 Bargains TEN DAYS ONLY ririG We arc offering the following prices for VILLA LIKED CAR HE ESCAPED IN But gave it Back to Man He Held for Big Ran som and Mysterjj iously Released. MMCOtJMGMMKi I FOR WHEAT AND RYE OR STORE AND IN-SURE. T Classified Column RATES i Single insertions lc n word No nd 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 paid promptly. Highest Market Price Paid WE WILL BUY 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. 4 i Conn i 11 fic ii Awn ft ic crT ire iriri rir i i DC Just bear in Brothers. mind that the pi J hibitivc price of paper stock and the Issuad Weekly. $1.50 a Y.ir. consequent increase in the subscrip PayabU in Advance. tion rate of your own home paper i J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. due ns much to his hoggishness as to any other cause. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. There is said to be n certain code of honor even among thieves, but wc LanEntered at the Tost Office in have yet to hear of such a trait in Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s the hoc, cither of the four footed or Matter. the news print breed. Without conservation disaster is Lancaster, Ky.. June 24. 1920 sure to overtake the public press Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. The Central Record Much To Celebrate. the hardy pioneers of the fought a one to throw off the galling yoke of the Ilritish king They succeeded and n new nation In 17715 Rtei For Political Announcements. colonies Vot Precinct nnd City Offices.. $5.00 10.00 was born. For County Offices For State nnd District Offices.. 15.00 In I8G1 this nation, grown to large .10 For Calls, per lint proportions nnd unable to reconcile .10 For Cards, per line its sectional differences, entered up For nil publications in the interon the greatest civil war of history est of individuals or expresfather against son, brother against sion of individual views, per brother, neighbor against neighbor. 10 lino In 1017 this same country, by then .05 Obituaries, per line FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Con cress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920. the greatest of earth, crossed the seas in its might and ended the most devastating war the world has ever known. FOR CONGRESS. Wc nrc authorized to announce COL. FRANK L. RII'Y, of Anderson county, n candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional Dis trict of Kentucky. State Primory Election, Saturday, August 7, 1020. As The Editor Sees It. The scarcity of news print poper nnd in nri other year only the Lord knows what will happen. This news print shortage is due partly to but much is something appalling, of it is due to the greediness of the publishers of the bit; city dailies. In stead of confining their Sunday edi tions to reasonable size they double and treble and quadruple them in an endeavor to outdo each other. These publishers know the condi tions of the print paper market, they know that they urc deliberately mur dering the small city dailies and country weeklies, yet they porsist in their course of ungodly selfishness. The next time you see one of these big Sunday papers Just go through it and note what it contains in order to till up so mnny pages. Classify the legitimate news nnd matter of genvr ul information us against the slush, rot, drivel and sensationalism. You may find that matter containing a permanent value to humanity occupies only u small portion of the space. Then remember that with their enormous circulations this profligate waste of paper Is daily reducing the available supply of stock in the Unit ed State and Cunadu and rendering it increasingly difficult for tho small, er papers to secure stock at any price. Keep in mind the fact that the publisher of that particular Sunday dally is a veritable and insatiable news print hog, that he is devoid of the American spirit of live and let live, and that he is willing to murder the country press rather than forego a penny of his profit or reduce the size of his Sunduy editions in an honest effort to conserve paper stock. ihis time It was father nnd son brother and brother, neighbor and neighbor no section, no creed just an outpouring of love for a nn tion by the people of all parts of that nation. Lesser wars we have had, but all have been fought in honor and jus tice, anil have exerted their influence in perpetuating the glorious inde pendence won in the outpouring of the blood of 1770. All have demonstrated thnt as Americans we fight not for conquest or for the love of fighting, but only in defense of right justice, humanity and our national independence. On July 1th wc will celebrate the glories of our past. They are worthy of the homage we render. nut on me other days of the year let us not forget. Let us strive to perpetuate that glory, to enhnnce our splendors, and to stimulate our hum anity to the point where nil histor inns will record us as n people who are equal to all emergencies but above the petty Jealousies that create them it nation so mighty as to bring death with every' sweep of its arm, but with a mind and heart so gentle that none may have reason to fear en croachments upon their rights. We have much to celebrate on In dependence Day, but with the aid of liim who created nil peoples and all things wc will have more as time goe on. Newspapers in every section of the IS ASK IF YOUR country were Just recounting the rc mnrkablc experiences of Fred (! SACKS. INSURED. Hugo of Eagle Pass, Texas., who whs c kidnaped by Gen. Villa, held for V. C. $10,000 and then mysteriously re leased on condition that he "would BURLEY TOBACCO FOR SALK-wo- rk Six year old marc, keep his mouth shut", when n Detroit or drive. Harry Eason, Makes the Leaf Brighter, Matures the Crop Enrlicr. motor car mnnufneturer's representa CI7.2t.pd. Judson, Ky. tive nrrivrd in Eagle Pass to consult OBELISK FOR SALE New 1020. Five room his local denier. One of the first per Heights, The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. Try n Sack Todny. in Haselden wns Hugo him Hungalow sons the Detroiter met Geo. Hntcher We Deliver In Town. self. He found him nt the dealer's Priced to sell. place of business making inquiries FOR KENT Five rooms, suitable about the delivery of n new cnr. BUY YOUR WINTER COAL NOW. for offices or living purposes, "You see" said Hugo, "Villa liked Goodloe and Walker llros. my cnr so well thnt he decided to Cow Pens, Soy Ilcnns, Millet, Cane Seed, Broom Corn keep it. I've got to have another." FOR SALE: Two dandy yearling Seed, Yellow Seed Corn. George It. Robinson And ns Hugo's promise to the ban Jersey bulls. lit general required him only to keep Phone iOt, Ijinenster, Ky. BALE TANKAGE, FEED. secret the time, place and conditions I am ngent for the Studebaker Lime, Sand, Cement, Hock, Hrick. under which he was released, he con sented to nnrrnte some of the hither Automobile, tan make delivery at R to unpublished details of his unusual once on Passenger. G. C Walker ' episode. ilia and his band had finished We have n full line of Rough tex looting the town of Musquiz. Coahu ture Face anil L amnion Hrick for Telephone 26. (In. Mexico, when they visited the porch columns or any purpose. ranch of which he is manager, Hugo Garrard Milling Co. said. At the point of n revolver. FOR RENT: 32 acres of rye to Villa nnd five of his generals forced c fed down. Plenty of water, grass him to take the wheel of his touring K. II. Ray car and drive them away. The fed. and good rye. Farms era! army was in close pursuit and Phone SUSS. LIFE INSURANCE AT COST the bandit) considered it advisable to Sale. WANTED: to buy small vehicle, Age 23, per $1,000 11 50 give up their horse. Hu a g ! vrain sleek or tobacco suitable for Shetland pony. Ago HO, per$ 1,000 SM.ou "It wns rough haul", said Hugo, Mose Humphrey, Lancaster. Ky. Age MS, jut $1,000 $ll.."iu farm in Indian. Ml iie priced from There were practically no ronds; the Route 3 Age 10, per $1,000 $1(1. 00 j.V to f.'Ofl Hr acre, one 380 acre ruts were deep, sand heavy and hills . ir. Henry .unt. all Wvel at 1178.01) WANTED aged white Age 15, per $1,000 $l7.fi0 I hard to climb. Hut through it all the Middle per acre Terms to unit. Lot of car performed beautifully. I could lady to help about the house and cook Age 50, per $1,000 jftM.'JO Ui Kentucky my arpb uylng ssmr Mrs. Jane M. Rose, see that Villa and the others were ad Phone 30-Why Pay More? of these rare barttains. miring her. llryantsville. Ky. I wi'I met you at Uw train and Nfttionnl Life Association, "rinaiiy llki said no other car take rare of you while ywu are PekFOR SALE: Five Passenger Ford had ever made that trip nnd wanted Des Moines, Iowa. ing them over to know what the Dodge ilrothers car in first cms conditien at a bar. H. C. Hamilton. Aijent. gain. Inquire at Dentherage Cnr Warren It. Murray, car sold for. I told him $1,0SJ, f. o h'lO lt It It ti CoBSwrtvill. Imi. b. Detroit, which made it about age. $1,210 in Eagle Pass, to which Villa rui; KAl.r:: three milk cows replies! thnt this wns a very moderate and two calves, yearling heifer and price for such a car and that he had two steers. Near Good Hope church. made automobile trips in Mexico, but G. W. Elam. at no time had he been driven In C17-2cnr mat got along quite as well ns FOR SALE Registered Duroc this one." The American Legion ,,f Post llcttln! S.tnford No. 3fi, Mr. Hugo added" thnt the journey pigs at farmers prices; nlso some high will meet at the POUCH CO HIT ROOM IN LANCASTER, KY. to the general's temporary rendez bred, cholera immuned, stock shoats, vous in the Pino Solo, in the state of sows nnd pigs nt shippers prices. on FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 25th, AT 8 P. M. .Matters relative T. J. Underwood, Chihnuhua, was over ISO miles of Phone Paint Lick, Ky. to the Lt'Kion Carnival. Jth of July celebration, and Club terrific roads and that the car arrived Room in good condition. LOST: June 21st, one 30x3 Vi will be brought before this body. Uring at least one Several days after this interview, casing, between Kirby Teatent the Eagle Pass dealer wo surprised Hsk man with you. This will be the most important meeting store on Poor Ridge pike nnd Ileitis' to see Hugo again driving about in store on Danville pike. If found re to be held thiyear so PLEASE HE his same familiar cnr. He learned PRESENT. Advertise this to William Marsee, Lancaster, with equal surprise thnt it had been turn and receive reward. It. MEETING amoriK the men in your community. mysteriously returned, just us Hugo hud been mysteriously relented. Villa TIREIN.SOLES. the "Mil. Multi. VIRGIL C. KINNAIRI), lwt Commander. had sent word to him to be at nn ap plir" the grentest miracle-worke- r for Hilly K. Miller. Post Adj. pointed place at a given time. IIS making nil automobile tires "PL'NC went and found his car awaiting him TURK PROOF". Eliminate trou with the rebel general's compliments, bles, increases, resiliency. Doubles "Over 300 miles of that wild coun Tire Mileage. try nnd running just ns fine ns ever; Coy Sanders, Agt not even the I). II, monogram whs scratched," smiled Mr. Hugo, the rnnchnfun, as he posed for n photo. The newest and most remarkable graph. ndv It invention for Ford cars. A Steering Device which makes the Ford safer to ride in, easier to steer and far more Noted Character comfortable to drive. Costs only Impersonator to Bo $1.50, worth mare than 120.00. For sale at Wm. Mursec's Garage, Here at Chautauqua Lancaster, Ky. WHEAT FREE FERTILIZER. TIES, Hudson & Farnau For 24-3- Indiana J, ICE! Ex.-Ser-vi- ce 7-- EX.-SERVI- The Jubilee Stabilizer! IDEERINGl BINDERS Mowers, Bakes and Twine. Buy a Deering binder because it is a better binder. Noah Hcllunrz (Illle-linrts- ), Imper sonator, who will appenr on tho Inst night of tho coming Kedpoth Clmu tnuquu "mnkes-up- " In view of Dim au dience, using wig nnd bit of itistunv To The Citizens of Lan caster, Ky. Honoralile Mayor, City Council and People of Iincaster, Ky: Whereas, the franchise now held by us is void by reason of being in conflict with the State Constitution, and Whereas, we have no franchise for opcrnting our plant in the City of Lancaster, Ky., because the same is void ns aforesaid, the City Council of Ky., and the the City of public generally are hereby notified that we will on Augutt 1st, 1020, or as soon thereafter as practical, move all our poles and electrical equipment from tho streets of the city of Lan caster, hy. This notice is given as u legal no tice, ns we understand that reason able notice must be given before we can remove said property and discontinue said plant. Wc are willing to do nu'thing we cun to with the city in se. curing a franchise for tho purpose of furnishing electric light and power to the citizens of the city, but we can not continue it further without additional equipment, and this we can not do ut the present rates und without a legal franchise protecting us in our rights. Done this April 2Ctli, 1920. Respectfully submitted, IIASTIN UROTHEUS. lly II. V. llastln. t It is the spirit which since the days of '70. has lived Runaway Horse There was nn awful runaway in town one day, because his musters harness Just needed n little place sowed. I am ready now to do all kinds of work of this sort in Harness, Shoes, Hinder Canvas and saddles repairing. It! HAJms Noah Bcllhan. rn Harness Kd shop Goodloe and Wulker Ilrothers. at It. Oaks. Lancaster. Kv Ing. Character after character, all different, appear In such rapid nuecr sloit that It Is hard to bcllevu that there la only ono man on tliu muge. REGISTERED JERSEY HULL Ileuhara will delight his audience whether ho gives a comploto play or SERVICE FEE 95.00 CASH. miscellaneous program In which h ONE MILE OUT DANVILLE PIKE. present tho futnoui debate on "llald in chart and h his Heads versus Whlskcra." Arch For 10 yearn llellhare baa entertain ordari to collect in adfanc. ed audience everywhere until liu has C. B. SWNEBROAD. became known aa one of AiMtricti'a sretttent character artlitu. LAD OF HANGING FORK FARM. 0rttrt HASELDEN BROS. -Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 24, 1920 .Mr. J. H. Collier, of Fork Hldgc, er, Hilly, has a govemncnl position Miss ftnneis Grant of Lexington, Mr. It. L. Origgs spent Sunday in Tenn., Is visiting friends and rela- In Washington I). C, nml Is also, finis visiting lincnrtcr relatives. Lexington with relatives. ishing hss mw course nt Georgetown tives in the city. Miss Dove Harris of Danville, has Mr. A. 0. Young spent n delightL'nivesity of Washington. Mrs, W. Mrs. Dudley Gordon ami hren the recent guest nf her sister, ful day In Cincinnati Sunday. II. Montgomery, spent Init Tuesday Mrs. I'altle Anderson. The marriage of Mb l.olo Mr. Samuel Klllott has gsno. to with Mr. and Mrs. Luther I'eyton. to .Mr. Chenault Klmore took Mr. HaL Young went Tuesdny, to North Carolina where he will speml of Frank-fer- t, place Monday afternoon at i o'clock, Dudley Gordon, see his brother, Mr. K. F. Young, at Mr. several months. home of the bride's parents, at Highland, who k very ill. has returned to her home after Mr. the In ami Mrs, Frank McCluro Miss Anna Mae Smith of Loussvillc a pleasant visit to her mother, Mrs. Shelbyvllle, the Hcv. Walker officiatis the guest of her grand-parenMr. Julian Anderson of Akrun 0., W. II. Montgomery. ing. There were mi attendants. Mr. and Mr. S. II. Henry. is making a vncntioH visit to hi parThe bride wore a traveling gown of ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Anderson. Mr. John Wllllama and Mr. S. D. Cochran, Mr. W, M. left today for Decatur. Illinois, dark blue with hat to match and a . Klllott and Mrs. Victor Lear were Mr. and Mrs. 1.. G. Durr ami to visit the family of Mr. and Mrs. corsage of white roses, sweet peas visitors In Lexington Tuesday. ami maiden-hai- r fern. After the daughter. Miss Alice, of Nashville, Walt Knmnns. Deal House. The ceremony ami congratulations the Tonn., are expected Thursday for a CHKAP. Miss Mary Chestnut has returned Hay, Stock and Pitless Scales Mr. and Mrs. Luther I'eyton, Mr. bride and groom left for u trip in home after a vhdt to friends and rel- vhdt to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ilurmdde. and Mrs. George Cox, Mr. Hessie Central Kentucky. They will go to in Danvllb and Iloyle county. atives Miss Harwood and Mr. 1'rlce. Irath , Gordon and Messrs J. J. Montgomery Akron Ohio, where Mr. Klmore Is enMrs. It. I1. l.oriK and daughter MIm Mr. and Mr. K. W. Miles ami son of Heren, were married Friday after- ami Davi Frather went to Cincinnati gaged in business. The bride is the Krancin, spent the wia-- end with relMr. and noon, at the Presbyterian parsonage on the excursion last Sunday. dnughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Frank of KIDerade, are vfcdtin atives at llurkeye. Mrs. It. K. Henry in Lexington for a on Mitple avenue, Hcv. II. S. Hudson and is unusually charming, acWinchester, Mil Annie Jenw. ef officiating. Prof. 1'. II. Hopkins and Mrs. Hop complished and an exceptionally fine few day. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. 0. kins are spending their early vacation young woman. She is well remem Mr. ami Mrs. Hugh Meblcy and Mrs. Alton Dodd and Mr. George Kubinian en Ulehmend street. day at the home of Mrs. Illanton, bered here where she frequently visand Cabell, went to Cinguests Ilogie, of Tuln Oklahoma, are sim. Clarence A drill MtMlon of Ihl Comlnji Lexington avenue. It is plensnnt ited Mr. Klmore's sister, Mrs. Duulap Mr and Mrs. Lewi Simpson en of Mr. and Mrs. X. h. Hegie on cinnati last Sunday, the hitter to Oelnji by Thu W Art lnlirtiUdaln. that Prof. Hopkins would continue Illanton. The groom is the son of din. Itkhmond Avenue. tertained aliout tkirty guet at several week to visit the par his residence In our little city except Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Klmore, of this ner Sunday, in honor of lire. I'eel. ents of Mr. Mnbley. for it Inaccessibility to his new field city, nml is n popular young business Iter, and Mrs. Manning ami little Mis Klisatii'th Marshall, of Mr. J W. Smith has been a recent Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hrowcr and of work, and for this reason unfor- man. The reception room in which son, Ml lHfiville, nave neon recent, has been Uie uit of Mr. visitor in Danville. guest ef Mto Jennie Delaney Lackey children, of Chckea, Okln., arrived tunately we shall lose them as cit- the ceremony wns performed wus Hubert Klnaaird en Lexington Ave. decornteil artistically with n variety this week and will be the summer izen. on Itiehmend avenue. Dr. J 8 Gilbert ha been spendof roses. Only relatives and a few guest of Mr. Hrcwer's mrents, Mr. of Clay Mis Margaret Hackloy ing n few days in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marksbury intimate friends were present. Mie Martha Hell. Annie Wal ami Mrs. J. J. Walker. City, is the iMMise guest of her noire. lace and AlWrtiMe llnrdsson, ef DenK. motored with a party, Mrs. It. Mr. Malcolm Aldrldge has been Mrs. J. I. Hamilton ami Mr. Hnmtl- - ver, Colorado, are tan I'rof. ami Mr. K. F. I'ostle. of Mrs. Theodore Currey and RUetts of Mr. visiting rekitlves near Louisville. to. TnlkiKHHo, Ga.. motored from that Miss Mnrtha Gill to the Crutcher and Mrs. J. C. Ilurmdde. southern city last week and have sale at the Whitley house. Mrs. Mc- Mr. Leslie Herndeti. ef Akron 0., f Kay Lackey, Mr. and Mrs. Ilev. II. S. Hudon lias returneil been with frisnd and relatives here Ifnti.trfs nvtirnMitil ,,,M.I, In I Im liven viaiting hss father. Hen. W. Texan, are guest of M imrvnu, Mr. For from a few day visit in Springfield. nml in Danville. They returned to the trip, the quaint aspect of houe M. Hernden. and Mr. W. H. Iirkey en Danvttle Mr. HutUon will eontinue her visit tln-i- r home today. and its ancient story leaving the im avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sprit have refor several days longer. having made n journey jincater friend will be interest- pression of turned from a vWt to rotatlviw hi Mr. D. (iuNey. Mie Mittie and Mr. W. Thurman llrown of Har- - ed to know that Dr. II. M. Grant and far removed from every day experLouisville. Mary Lee Duim kave returneil from rodslmrg. hi the gunst of Mi Klvaree sifter. Mis Lily, of Norfolk, Va are ience. If this property is again on a vtdt to tke family ef Mr. Ike Dunn Mr. Gsylc Dety left Tuesday for and Vincent Arnohl, at the home of planning a vacation visit to Koxton to the market it Is hoped the State will m LexiNgton. Goverbe prepared to take it over. Mr. ami Mr. .1. (i. ilurnsfde. a vkut t rofcttrvr in Cincinnati and see I .tent. I.urien Grant who is sta- nor Morrow has just appointed a n Covington. Messrs J. K. Siermn ami It. L. Mr. and M. It. I.. Origg spent kioneil in itoston hurbor. commission to acquire Pederal Hill, have returned from Covington several ilay NMt week in Mniffeett Mr. JoIih MeitsWu kw returned Mhw Dove Harris held the lucky Nelson County, the home of Stephen uhorc thiiy attended the Kentucky county, vHitlnsr relative ami friend from a few- day rMt witk relative number Saturday night and won the Foster for the state. I'nt Association. near Itichsnond and lloontwboro. in Ilepkineviltc. diamond ring at the Danville Jewelry Mr. Floyd K. Swope, of Cleveland, Mnwes Wilma and Stella Henry Mr. Wade Adams has retumeil to and Optical Co.. auction. Kvery per- Ohio, is visiting his CoWer Blkin, ef Atlanta, Dr. Dan mother. Mrs. were attractive week end guests of hi home in Lexington after a vMt son who attifmied the sale was given pwrenU. Mr. and to the guest af and allklnds of Mbwos Maud aid Minnie Conn the high at all Hright Herring, of the county, and Mrs. It. - IttUn, to hi uncle, Mr. and Mr. Jack a number and interest whs has nhm been visiting friends in Lex Danville Advocate. lasst week end. times. dams and family, on itkhmond ington. Floyd has a good position Mr. and Mr. K. l'reoU lewn ItoWcca Lakey, ef Sanferd, Avenue. Mi George with the Cleveland Twist Drill Co.. Miss Klisa Smith. Mrs. relat hove retained from a vMt is the (fMnst of her eousin. Mm. K. Mr. Caleb Oreym af tm W. C. Smith and her mother, Mrs. Darnnll, and likes Cleveland but he say there j SEE OR PHONE tive in dutnford. r'reeeott llrown and Mr. llrown on (ireyaon K a raving Co.. ef Loxing. motored to Lexington last week. Mrs. is no place like home,' Lancaster, and j Mr. J. S. Gilbert ml hh. Jmiw. Danville avenue. ton. motored thru last Tkarnlay to Darnall will spend the summer in old Kentucky. His brother. Ashley, P.B.Wiiliams&Co nrr at Itontan lUrWr MtcsMgan, far and is j J ewe Arnold, who ha been M'e kl friend, Mr. Floyd K. Swepe, of Lexington and Msysville with relativ lives with him in Cleveland Mr. a two weeks itny. e The many friends she made with the Air Heduction Sales Co., of spending tome time with her mother, ef this city. while in Lancaster will welcome her that city. He also is making good Lancaster, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton, Mr. ami Mm. Kllen Ileitis, ha jeineil her hus- .Mr. and Mrs. J. C. WitHom. Mr. return and hope for improvement in and wishes to be remembered to Lan- 2 Quick Service and Good Work LexIwnd in Covington. Mrs. P. H. Markskury were la Leslie Ilruner ami Mr. Noah Marsce. her health. caster friends, Their younger broth ington Monday. William Messrs Kinnairil and Jr., af IlrynnUvlllo. atteuiled the Mrs. George Lane ef Hryantsvllle, (leorgc Walker Lawon have a voi- - Hankers Convention at Crab Orchard has been the guest ( doe titter, Mrs. tion near North Middlctown for the last Friday. summer vacation. J. I. Hamilton. , Messrs W. O. Higney and James 1 jfTILL TRIMMING PRICES AND NOT CUSTOMERS, POST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. fI John Deere Mowers and Rakes, Special Price on Oliver Cultivntors, Walter A. Wood Mow-rr- s ind Rakes, Special price on 5 tooth Cultivator, Garden Plow, Scythes, Snaths, Weeding and Tobacco Hoes. Roofing two dollars per sq. and up. Screen doors and windows cheap. Ice Cream Freezers and Refrigerators, Mailable, Steel and Cast Ranges. A special price on many goods. Buggies, Harness and Saddles. Mc-Chi- t. grand-childre- n J. R. MOUNT & CO. Gossip About People Mc-Clu- intr, Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Kl-ki- - Repairing, Painting Tin Work Mr. Lizzie KWhardsen, Miss Helen Mr. ami Mrs. Hcrt Spenecr, Mr. anil Mrs. Meyer, of Louisville, spent Kebinten. Mr. and Mr. It. K. Henry, all ef Lexington, spent this week end Monday in Lancaster. with Mr. J. C. Kobinson. Mrs. Will Watkor has returned Mixes Stella Vaughn True and lv from a vitt t Mr. and Mr. O. II. Dailey Duaran, af McKinney, spent Irvine, n I.uvlle. the week end with Miss I'enrl Crutch- Messrs C. A. Catron and Kdgar tield, on Stanford avenue. Meece were tho week end guest ef Mr. JotiH ItucNer returnmi to Mr. aail Mrs. Kdd Hakcr. Htchmond after being with Mr. and Httle Mr. James and Mrs. Adolf Jesci C Conn and family from daughter. Dans Hose, are vtstting Saturday until Monday. relative in Louisville. Mr. John llnllard of Oklahoma and Mimes Maude nail Minnie Can af Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Anderson, of Hlchmond Normal wore at Ikmhc from I'aint Lick, were guests of Mr. and Saturday until Tuesday. Mr. George Ilallard last week. Mr.' Henry Hnckley. ef San An and Mrs. 0. H. Swinebread, Messrs George ami Marra Swinebread tonio. Tax us, lias been the guest of spent Saturday m Lebanon. hit cousin, Mrs. J. I. Hamilton and Mr. Hamilton en Lexington street. Mis Chasttne Hueker af I 'slat Miss Klisabeth Lutran Simpson of l.lak, spent Monday with her sister, Lexington, hi spending the summer Mrs. J. ('. Conn and family. Mr. and Mrs, with her greml-arentMrs. Jnek Casey, ef IIHne, k vis- U. D. Simea on Hichmoid avenue. iting her parent, Mr. a ad Mrs. It. II. Mr. S. T. Leaved has returned Wilkinson en Maple avenue. from a l.euiviilc Sanatarium, very MIm Margaret Jordan ami Mr. Jse much improved in health, much to Jordan of Lexington, spent the week the gratification of numerous friend. end with Miss Lavorne Hicks. Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Adam and Mr. Smiley Hill U spoadiaic nwer-a- l daughter. Miss Virginia, ami Miss days in hninkfort with br par Oumm. of LexinKton, saoMt Monday, ents, Mr. and Mr. Mansionl. with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams and family. Lattta Ware has roho to Mr. far a visit to lwr saw. Mr. .Mr. ami .Mrs. iul Daugliorty are Itlshanl Ware and Mra. Ware. receiving congratulations over the Mrs.' W. M. KHwtt. of a little girl who was burn Mr. Louis CUy Sutton, Mr. ami Sunda, at their home on Stanford Mr. Mr. Luther Uihb were m Danville (avenue, ine inarming nine .mm lias .lien rhristende Kilna Mae. recently. .Mr. ar-ri- from Louis the Con- vntion of the Undertakers Associa tion of Kentucky. Ileasley have returned ville where they attended Mrs. Hugh Mobley and tittle son. Clarence Cabell, and Master J. c Langloy, of llaselden Heights, visiting relative In Cincinnati a ml Kings Mill Mrs. I."!.-.,- .... 8 g W Announcement We wish to announce to our friends and customers, that we have moved into our new quarters on Stanford Street, just purchased from Charlie Sanders. Here we can &ive you service, day or night. We carry a full line of Tires, Tubes and Accessories. We are dealers in DGDGE Ohio. W. J. Ml Klmore, LM1...1...IV. Mis Charlie IM.Iu. nn.l Mr Its ' attended tke wedding of J. Mr. Ckennuk Klmore In Shelbyvllle, Monday afternoon. K. Klmore rf Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mile and son, (5 F. W. Jr.. ami Mr. Jim Henry of KI;M I .2 ax j Dorado, Ark., are here for a visit to J their parents, Mr. ami Mrs. S. H. 2 c! Henry and family. Mr. George Ilallard and Mr. Tora'R Hallard were in Lexington last Tues- - J day to see Mr. Tom Hallard who is 5 under treatment at the Good Samnri- (0 si tan Hospital in that city. - to Mrs. Kdd Iiaker was called who is very ill. Mr. Hakr's brother StMHorset last week to see her mother. Mr. C. A. Catron leave In a few da t i spend the summer months at Colorado Springs, Colo. His health being very bad. & (5 IS Mr. K. I Owsley entertained Sun ilay at the home of Mr. and Mrs II T. I Aiga n with a dinner party. The gucats were Mr. nml Mrs. W. 1! Cook. Mr. Hobinson Cook, Mr. Yul Cook of Danville. Mr. Walter Cox of Atlanta, and Miss Mary Owsley. Mr. and Mrs, I. en Cobb and daugb ter, Mattie Heuktk entertained the following Sunday at dinner: Mr. and Mr. Silas Matthews and family. Mr Abe Hurton, Miss I.eno Kiyt, Mr Anion I.emay and Mr. Harney Fast A most enjoyable day was spent. Mr. nnd Mrs. BROTHERS Motor Gars si I I 30x3 $14.75 30x3 $12.75 SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS $1.00 Per gallon from barrel $1.10 Per gallon, 5 gallon cans $1.25 gallon, 1 gallon cans, Per BUY THE BEST. giant' tiees. 1 I. but will do repair work on all makes of cars and carry a large number of parts for all cars. Service to satisfy our customers. Your business solicited and appreciated. J. Randolph Harris 11 CI have returned from n two weeks stay at Hentoii Harber, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Harris will leave the first of July for St. Joe, Michigan, where they will reside in the future. Lancaster friends regret the departure of this most excellent couple. Mrs. J. I. Hamilton entertame Saturday at her home on Lexington avenue with an elegant noon dinner in honor of her cousin, Mr. Henry' Haokley, of San Antonio, Texas. Those present were Mlsa Margaret Hackley, of Clay Gity, Mrs. George I.iine of llryantsville, and Mrs. Jesse Sandldgc, of Danville. , i I SANDERS VARIETY We Sell For Less. STORE Kinnaird Bros. t The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 24, 920. 1 STATEMENT Of Dr. S. Earlc Taylor, - sfr- - Pull Together for an American Merchant Marine The war resulted General Secretary of the Interchurch World Moeement. on the Rela-tioof the Interchurch to the Presbyterians and Others. Louisville, Ky., June llth (Spe. Announcement that the Interchurch World Movement's executive committee has moved to meet conditions upon which the Prosby-tenn- n Church in the U. S. A. and other denomination will continue in I with the Movement whs received today by O. M. Hoyd, Slate Field Director. lOt Tod.l llulldlng. from S. Karle Taylor, Ocneral SecreDr. Tnylor's tary of the Movement. message said, "as a rnnvn. is In progress to raise funds to carry on the Movement's program this year and next year, a statement correcting the erroneous imprewion tltat some of the lending denominations were withdrawing; completely from the Movement is due the public." Mr Hoyd said, "while the Movement up to the present has been con. ducted largely on a volunteer bask. It l. exceedingly significant now t know that the supreme bodies of the Southern Presbyterians ami the United Presbyterians have given unqualified approval, ami that favorable action has been taken by the supreme judicatories of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Hcformed Church in the United States. Friends in Amerion and MethodkU ica .A M K. Protestant Churches. HUhojM of the Methodist Kptscoiwl Church. Seuth, in their spring session passed a resolution favorable to the Interchurch World Movement, and recommended that the Hoard ef Mlsston uiwlcr-ti- 'f expenses to whatever extent t was believed the Movement voli render service to the Centenary The Presbyterian. U. S. , Movement. ' '..r.eral AscemMy, the wily i u! lmdy which h taken i !(: ..itii.'i MHcrinr tttftrutl retaUsutf with iwitiedhttely faltaw-- 1 lie Movement. c4shsm eii that action by adopttag .which provides fer the payment f $100,000 for the Movement's rttr- -' ' gained program for the mw year. provided certain condition were me', j "The executive committee af the Interchurch World Movement iw p- pointed a committee to continue the inaugurat-- ' plans of ed by the General Committee, and j has taken step to confer with the executive committee of the I 'res by-- . terian Church with reference to the which will lines of be approved by them. "The denominations whose representatives have endorsed conditionally or unconditionally the decision to continue the work of the Interchurch World Movement for another year or until May ISth, 1021. and the continuation of the financial cam. sixty per cent paign approximate of the Movement's membership. states State Committees in forty-fiv- e have given unqualified endorsement of the plan to continue another year. Many denominational lender report that the success of their denominational campaigns would not have been possible hod it not been for the impetus in surveys, publicity, and promotion given by the Interchurch." It was also pointtxl out by Mr. Iljy.l tnt "thi campaign i to be a r. J.it, personal appeal to the j frer.is of the Movement for direitt Jpf jrt It is not to be a public or adof vert I campalKn. The succc ' e campaign will mean the comple-- t n of the immense survey now on in the of Kentucky, thru-nut the United States, and foreign rnrlnr 10,000,000 fT,00il,0iW,(Xa In th creation of n creat merchant tons of American hlps which cost u.1 Everybody agree that w mutt keep this fleet en the eat. If we fall liaclc to pre war condltlon! when only 0 per cent of our forelsn trail- - waa carried In American ships Wo shnll be In tlie position of a department itore whole wagons. goods are delivered In It competitor' Coiikiws Is consldorlnc legation which will perpetual t merchant marine. our Until thl Is done the thlpe ve have ehould not be tola to face conditions which, prior to the war, resulted In the decline of our merchant marine to Insignificance. Thl Committee call attention to these facta because a right solution of our ihlpplat; problem Is vital to the future prosperity of shipbuilding, but equally vital to the safety nd prosirlty of the nntlon. 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MARSEE, Lancaster, Ky i Public - Sale OF jn' Make Your Home if a Cheerful Home half-dark- si mir; Tvii vn LAND As Agent for the estate of Marion Long, Jeceased, I will, on go-.rf- tt 1 You can't expect folk to be happy and conUnte i where and premetited by the smell of smoky home la in lamp. Kvery member of your family is entitled to ail the bright electric liht which city folk have. If somebody asked you to buy tin expensive plant that simply furnished liht and no more, you might have some Rood argument ai;aint such a purchase, but when you think of n litfl.hnu plant that is bx a plant capable of operating any and every small machine on your place, that is another matter. te " The committee named to deal with, details of meeting the wishes of l.i.l SenccJii UP" is such u plant. In addition to beitiK a perfect electric liuht-in- jr plant, it ha u pulley by wh'ch machines can be run while charj;in your batteries. When this U done, your light cot practically nothing, (ienco I.itcht is such u positive labor saver that owner figure that this power practically takes the place of farm help. It certainly does enable the help to do more; or less help to do the same work, (ienco Light is not u luxury it is u servant that will increase production and pay for it uu really owe ft to your aelf in actual dollars and cents, self to call hero with y.uur wife and see this wonderful plant at work. .May wo expect you? CONN BROS., Dealers LANCASTER, KY. Manufactured by General Ciaa tUrrtfk Co. the Presbyterian and other denomination which will continue under such condition consWt of Dr. J. J. Mehorter, Disciple of Christ; James M. Speer. Presbyterian, U. S. A.; Prof K. I). Ilurton, NorthcrnllaptMt Convention; Hubert C. Herring, Congreioiuil; Hubert K. Speer, Presbyterian, U. S. A ; J. V. AitchUon, Uuptist board of Promo tion; Dr. D D Forsyth Me. Episcopal, Hoard of Ilomu Missions Council; Dr. F. W. I'adlofortl, Ilaptist Kduea-tte- n Society; Dr. Henry 11. Meyer, MethodUt lloard of Sunday School Publication; Hobert Wilder. Student Volunteer Movement; Frank Muson North, Chairman Federal Council of Churches and Secretary of the lloard of Foreign Mission, Methodist copal; Dr. James I. Vunce, Presby terian, U, S.; Frederick U Anderson, Ilaptist; Mr. H. W. Peubody, Fed. ' eratlon of Woman's lloard of I Foreign Missions; Mrs. Fred F, Hen. of Women' lloard I nett, Federation of Home Mission; Dr. W, II. Anderson, United Presbyterian; and W, K. laiinpe, Informed Church In U. S. A kind word costes nothing, but when given at the proper time It value Is often beyond compute. 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. TRACT NO. 1 CONTAINS 55 ACRES all in grass, except seven acres. This is all sand stone land and the best to be found anywhere. Two acre tobacco barn, plenty of water. TRACT NO. 2 seven acres CONTAINS 30 unimproved. ACRESall in grass except TRACT NO. 3 CONTAINS 52 ACRES barns, all in grass. Plenty of stock water. TERMS made known on day of sale. Five room house, two Itaoover, fa. D. N. Long, N. L. Prewitt, Auctioneer. Agent. 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 24. 920 1 Why man ' visiting .Miss Susan k Sutton. we made this cigarette for you! Miss .Suite Holmes who has been visiting MIm Dcane Hunter has returned to her home In Stanford. Chlldrens Day was very successful, ly observed with Pleasant drove church Sunday evening before, a well filled house, Mls Stella Doty the pretty dnugh-tc- r of Mrs, Mary Doty Is making n weeks stay with her uncle, Mr. Hoyle Doty of 1'nlnt Lick. The mensles seem to be going tho rounds in this vicinity. Some of the families who have them are Mesars W. T. Doolln, Chu Dunn and Fon-cst rZimmWmmMmMmMmMmMmmmi they wore made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and due to Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos are a revelation! You will prefer the Camel blond to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! With Camels you can go the limit mellow-m- CAMELS completely you'll agree fit your cigarette ild-body Mr. II. A. Dawes Jr.. is visiting friends in Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor were Iff rnfic4i Saturday. in Nicholasville See us for Dale Ties. u Hudson and Knrnnu. K. J. KKYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wlnston-St.N.C .Mrs. J, Hogan Ballard attended u "porch party" in Nicholasville Saturdaughter, Mrs day afternoon. Margaret Speak of weit ami Thunilny with her Mim MARKSBUKY Ilev. G. S. Connnt and family spent rastrr U the attractive uest of Mr Clay Sutton of Itryuntavillr. a few days latt week with friends in Mr. DaxiJ horn of Letcher county Tll.len Dalfey. .Mm. Anne Swope from near Danit vlHtinc hi uncle .Mr Kyle Itom. Ilev. 11. J. SUcus went to Mt ville. i spending several weeks with Wilmore. Mr. F.ugene Cochran of Lancaster, will Hebron Sunday aftrrnpon to preach frleiuls unci relatives here. The Lathes Working Sn.et meet next Thursday with Mm C'has. for that congregation. Mrs. Hen Hughes daughter, spent Inst week with his sister, Mrs. and Dunn. Mr. Mary Dotv spent Wednesday Miss Delia Itlce Hughes, have been Itussell I'. Drown and Mr. Drown. puff-for-puIM-'J- 'leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! To get a line on why Camels win you so completely compare them ff with any cigarette in the world at any price. You'll prefer quality to cdupons or premiums! without tiring your taste. They Curtis. A Sunday School picnic of the Forks church will be given July 21th ns voted on last Sunday by the school Camp Nelson being selected for the outing, Thi' llible 'institute which cloed sometime ago wn.i very much enjoyed by the few who attended. Good speakers were present at almost every meeting, giving very instructive talks on Stewardship, Two Natures anl Second Coming of Christ. The Danville Quartette mlded much to the occasion. At th last meeting of the Ladles Working Society a vote of thanks was oirered .Mr. W. T. Doolln for the splendid work done on pews and light plant. The generator which hail been condemned was paid no attention to by .Mr. Doolin, but he rode several miles in order to leurn how to operate the plant, and if by magic the plant wns foon going, which had been out of commission for more than a year. Ily hii lovel buineM head he has saved the church and Society quite n little sum ef money, Nicholasville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Kankin, Misses Jenc and Vloki Kankin, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Itussell P. Rrown and little slaughter spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Sam Cochran at Lancaitcr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobert Hutehison and little daughter, of Danvtlle, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy. Miss Mary Kllcn Farley and Mr. Welch Farley of Lexington spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. "nod Mrs. John V. Ilrynnt. Mrs. C. C. Decker, Messrs Will Doner nnd Robert Swopc spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Kin Mss at Mrs. Hiram Ray and Ilrnnnl Kay were villo first of the week, MIm Linda Locker home after a vtalt to Mrs. flora Tester 1' Nicholas- h returned In Mti Harris Charlie Ilankin were guetta of reku tives Sunday at Hubble. Messrs J. II. Ituble, P.aymoml e of Danville and Mr. Chenault Iluble spent last week with relatives in Cincinnati and Mt. Washington. Mrs. K. If. Kldcr of Nicholasville, and Mrs. M. II. Guerrnnt of Louisville were guests n few days last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Itu-hiHal-lar- d. Nicholnivillt. Mro. Klliabeth Joseph nnd MIm Snllic Lute af Unraster spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and fnmily Mr. and Mri. Welfcer ItmlsjMw and family wr in Danville Wednesday. Mr. and Mm. Henley Whittakcr nnd family sf Madkwn County spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Whlttaker. W. M. S. met Thurn.lav. Mrs. Tol- ' r.. ,i i., wviiiii,. itwui . l. iniviiNK. I IK. jvjw following officers were elected Xr the year: Mrs. Davt Sutton, Pre., Mrs. Kobert Bronddus, Vice Pres., Mrs. Nora E. Tenter, Sec, and Treas. Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders, Dave Sanders Jr., nnd M. V. Sunders of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Mor. ford nnd family Nloholasvllle, Miss Francis Long of Lancaster, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Sanders. of Miss Mayme Let Ballard returned home Sunday after n two weeks visit In Lexington. She was accompanied home by Miss Margucnte Wool-for- FARMERS WILL BUY Elmer D. Squibb, postmaster at Hois D'Arc, Mo., in reporting the sale of several $1000 Treasury Savings Certificate, writes thnt as soon as the people are made familiar, with the liberal terms anil the safety of the investment it is no trouble to dispose of the securities. He says ns soon as the wheat crop is harvest- eil lie will place many of the Certificates with the prosperous farmers k. HKYANTSVILLE Mr. ami Mrs. Iloss Hastm and httlc daughter, Willie Allene. Mrs. William Lear of Lancaster and He'v, Holder of Horea, were the guwts Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Kmc. Chlldnn's day was observed at the I'leaiant Grove church Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. A delightful program vni rendered by all the children. Hev, G. S. Conant entertained a of his count. number of friends Sunday, those being: Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Edwards, Miss Allle Mae Kdwards, Messrs Thos Henry and Kobcrt Kdwards and Mr. John Dean of Kansas. UUCKEYE MIm Ethyl Kay has measles Mr. Tom Pieratt spent Thursday in Lexington. See us for Dule Tics. lit. Hudion an ! Farnau. Mrs. Kobert Long spent .Sunday with Mrs. Dee Fothergill. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill have re turned home from Crab Orchard, -- gATONIC After you cat always tak Fa lias;. Stops food R. E. McROBERTS, mm rTsrfofti xttytrimm t lakantlv relieves Httbra,Met-miC- f souring. 2! Lancast.r. i iinMiiMiimmm MMMNMHI THE HOME OF HOMES OIN BUCKEYE PIKE MMMfWMMMMgmmmm mmw ' SAND THE ROBERT GULLEY HOME TRACT mmMmwmt OF 41 ACRES, WELL IMPROVED mmmmmuu bLLLLLLLLh STONE mmm LAND AT LLLLLLLLLm LLLLLLLLH mmmmmmmm LLLLLLLB mmmmmmmm aLLLLLLLLm LLLLLLLLLLLW vrifliv sssiBiSliiiilli Tn Three Tracts or as a whole, on LONG TIME payments, "the kind to buy", tiiBiiiB iBiii aaiiiiBiiiiiiiBisjB aiiMBBiBlilBBiBBH t mmmmtkmmmm mmmmm Saturday, JULY 3rd, 1920, 10 A. M miles from Lancaster, Ky., on Rural Route, close to school, churches and with each tract fronting the LOCATION: Buckeye pike; grand view and excellent neighborhood. ONE OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE FARM ESTATES IN GARRARD COUNTY. equipments, every IMPROVEMENTS: Attractive two story frame residence With lights, and other modern building, including garage, all in first- class condition; one large extra good stock barn, one newly built tobacco barn, one good out three room house. WHO KNOWS THE VALUE OF GOOD SANDSTONE LAND WELL LOCATED AND IMPROVED LIKE THIS AND IN SMALL TRACTS TOO? TRACT NO. 1 Consists of about 15 acres, including the large dwelling and large stock barn, garage, fine garden, good orchard, beautiful shade trees, strong land, plenty of water and a beautiful place to live, a home complete this is. TRACT NO. 2 Consists of about 14 acres of mostly old blue grass tobacco land, with three room house and newly built tobacco barn, fronting the pike. If you can make the first payment, the land will do the rest, rented out. TRACT NO. 3 Consists of about 11 acres with long pike frontage, no buildings, but excellent building sites, lays in a square, and is ready for any crop, including tobacco or hemp. Buy it for a future home site it will earn its way in the meantime. 1 up-to-da- te - Any man with a umall amount of capital and thu right determination, with u home like this beforo him, with the long time nnymonts oirered, should grasp the opportunity. "Oh, for one hour of youthful joy, bring back my 20th Spring I would rather be a bright haired boy than reign a gray haired king." Mr. Thos. Hill and Archidcan Itradtihaw will have for Hale and inspection .six jacks and four Angus bulls, loose in the barn yard, at 12 o'clock promptly. "And Nebuchadnezzer ate grass with the ox." Can the high cost of living be reduced? WILL HISTORY REPEAT HERSELF? A wagon load ofhay will be placed in tho barn yard, sprinkled with HO quarts of government whiskey, to be used (in medical pur-- . DEMONSTRATED! poses only) Crowd to remain In yard while hay is being prepared, all those who nre watering at the mouth will please stand at the lower side of tho yard, those ' who aro not watering have your salivary glands prized open with a crow-bar- . Women whose husbands are a little brcechy please bring your mule yokes along, sec that your husbands have on snubbers to avoid any shock when the bars are dropped promptly at twelve. After eating the hay please do not lick the paint from the wagon. It will be regarded ns tho heighth of Impropriety to butt while eating. Men will not be expected to return for a "knifo" or a "hoso supporter", this will be cared for. Should it become necessary for any suirragette to go to tho barn yard for her husband who has not returned, hitch ropes will be furnished nnd if by mistake she should get one of the animals that belong to Hill and llradshaw, the generous offer is made by the owners to exact cost and carriage only, and in the absence of freight bill, that which would be reasonably fair. The Grass Widows Club of Garrard county will sing "Some Dny I'll Wander Back." ,For further particulars see: , D. A. THOMAS. J. I. HAMILTON. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 24, 1920 expected this week for n visit to friend In nnd nround Paint I.irk. .Mr John McWhorter of Cmli ha been the jtuest of hi idstcr Mrs. A. II. Kutriclce at thi place. Stanford ball team played I'nlnt Liek on the Intteni ground Saturday cveninjr. 7 to 3 In favor of Point I.ick. Mrs. J. F. White of NIcholnsville has returned home after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. It. (5. Woods and fnn. Or-rhnrd , I , Si ' THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Coupe with an electric nnd lightint: system is one of the most popular members of the Ford Family. It is a permanently enclosed car, with sliding plate glass windows an open car with plenty of shade. Then in inclement weather, enclosed nnd cozy, and Just the car for traveling sajesmcn, physicians, architects, contractors, builders, nnd a regular family car for tires all two. Demountable rims with around. To women it bring the convenience nnd comforts of the electric with the durability and economyof the Ford car. Harly orders will avoid long delays in delivery. sclf-startln-p: clust-probT rain-prooch I ! Hy. .Miss Italic Denny has returned to her home in Stanford after several days visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. II. J. Wnl- j ker. Miss Ileulah I.cdford who is nt- -' tending B. K. N. S. nt Richmond, f. spent the week end with the homo-- , folks j The rain of Sunday nnd Monday was very much needed, some farmers not belnc through setting tobacco or corn. I planting Henry Tyre has purchased the Hur-detItnmscy farm from Mnrtin (ireen nnd Dr. Montgomery price per acre. Wo nre not Interested in any cars, Misses Dinnn and Dollie Woods except the Ford. have been in Lexington for about two weeks visiting their nunt. Mrs. .Morgan and family, Mr. and .Mr. Guy West nre rcceiv-(ln- g , congratulations over n baby girl I who arrived last Monday morning, christened Mnrnrct. Mr. Pennington asked us to an- -' nounco that he would have beef only on Thursdays, Fridays nnd Saturdays until further notice. Word has arrived from Mr. nnd Williams nnd children' stating Mr. Jim Rueker spent the week end thnt they stood the trip fine and nre with his mother and sister. COULD HARDLY very well satisfied. See us for n.ile Tics. Mr. nnd Mrs. John McWhorter of Hudson and Fnrnnu. STAND ALONE Mr Orvillc Boone wns in Rich- Crab Orchard and Mrs. A. B. were the guests of Mrs. Vina mond on business Monday. McWhorter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were in Terrible Sofferkj From Headache, Mrs. Charles Graves, Jr., nnd little Richmond one day last week. Sideiche, Backache, and Weak son, (t. spent n few days of the Miss Louise White is in Louisville, past week with Mr. Charles Graves Be, Relieved by Cards!, with her nunt, Mrs. Itlchnrdson. Says This Texas Lady. Sr., nt Flat Woods. Mr. W. T. West of Lancaster wns Mcsdamc-- J. I). Ilurchetl, A. O. a visitor of Mr. V. C. Wynn SaturBotner and Elsie Fritt were the visConrales, Tex. Mrs. Mlnnls Phil-roday, itors of Mrs. Anne Moberley nenr of this piece, writes: "Flreyears Mrs. Virginia Beazley and sons, Round Hill. Thursday. ago I was taken with a pain In my left side. It was right under tny have been visiting her nunt in Miss Stella Hnmmnck of Michigan left rib. It would commence with an who i snendine her vacation with aching and extend up Into my left James Harve Ralston Is here for rclatives here wns the guest of Mr, shoulder nnd on down Into my back. a two week visit with friends and j o. L. Hammock, Sunday. By that time the pala would ba so re,aUvM- Mr. and .Mrs. Lackey of Texas, who severe I would bare to take to bed. .Miss Frnncis Fish arrived Satur- - have becnruests of her mother nnd and suffered usually about three days day to be the gueit of Miss Mary Mil- other rclatives nt Paint Lick, went to suffered this way for three years, ler Woods. ...I Lancaster, Monday evening. and pot to be n mero skeleton and waa Miss McQuerry has accepted a so weak I could hardly stand alone. Mr. and Mr. R. L. Hill and chil-- j Was not able to po anywhere and had position in Logsdons nnd Co.'s dry dren motored down from Richmond " to let my house work go... I suffered goods store. Sunday evening to see her parent, awful with a pain In my back and I r. Sauflcy Hughes, Jr., has been O. Anderson had the headache all tho time. I Just and Mrs.-was unable to do jl thing. My Ufa iting his Mrs. Frnncis Mr. and Mrs. Mason Dunn, Mr. and waa a misery, my stomach pot In an for several days. Mrs. H. F. Brown and Mr. Leslie Bal-- i awful condition, caused from taking Mr, John Ballard spent several lard were the guests of Miss Xnnniej so much mcdlcluo. I suffered bo much pain. I bad Just about K'vcn up all days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Sam Campbell Sunday. t topes of our setting anything to help W. Anderson. 0. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Kstridgc whoj me. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. W. White were in moved to Champaignc Illinois, about One day a Birthday Almanac waa thrown In my yard. After reading Lexington last week gucsU of Mr. two months ugo, became dissatisfied' Its testimonials 1 decided to try Car-du-l. and returned to Paint Lick Sunday.! and am so thankful that I did. and Mrs. Kdd Carr. for I began to Improve when on the Mrs. Dave Shepherd nnd baby left Mrs. Morgan and children of Lex second bottlo.,.1 am now a well Sunday for a several jlays visit with ington, and Misses Diana und Dollie' woman and feeling fine and the cute Woods arrived Monday night to visit m has been permanent for It has been relatives in Cincinnati. two years slnco my awful bad health. Misses Cora and Ida Hurte spont Mr. Morgan's sister, Mr. R. O.M I will always praise and recommend Woods. Cardut" Try Cardul today. E 78 the week end with their sister, Mrs. Misses Maude and Minnie Conn! Mary Parson near Hammack. who nre attending K. K. N, S. at Mrs. William Kldrldgc ! In Paint PAINT LICK Richmond, came down and spent the Lick the guest of her daughter, Mr. week end with their aunt. Miss Chns-tin- e H. L. Francis nnd Mr. Francis. Miss Bessie White w nt home for Ruckcr. j the vacation. Mr, Joe McCormick nnd family are Mr. Leslie Sloan was a visitor in Puint Lick last week. He will leave for New York in a few days where he thinks he will spend the renininderl of this year. te ' I I i ioanKs- - morse LL. W '. Tin iE.n?ines i . s WE!l,!"Z"En,in. farm engines snd we thst no cllwr tnein can equal tlie "Z" in mechanic! per; fection sturdy conitmction pluj power and right price. These arc the features tint male the Faitbnks-Mer4!"ZAmerica's Muter Farm Engine. These are the features that sold the "Z" to more than 150,000 farmers all aitt tho country. TKw fmtutn rmfince $cv.U. ihtf crm'inJ Irf, iKal th"Z kfKU) -" Haselden Bros Garage. 10. fiatcd all il tlx enine J?fU itieulj xr). ) He "Z" li en nJ It. Boih Vt.jn.tj S.r.'k Sttlien. Prhet-Iai- bout (be imVi llul We in wKi(i We tre toiiiiJ bJ a ivnttrj cur flocr. Come tn Let in 111 jru tlta rnJr 21-2- 3L aii r.o.n. r 'ltl SI2S- -4 r IL .tr r, 1200 s t, s PARIS G-EEE- N j j Produce more food and reduce the High Cost of Living by getting rid of all bugs and worms which are damaging your crop. Paris Green will do the work. ONLY 48 CENTS PER POUND. vis-'M- grand-mothe- r, , Galvanized Roofing $9.00 Per Square. Another week gone and you haven't bought your roofing. You may be playing a waiting game but you are not playing a winning game. Roofing will not be cheaper for sometime but the supply is likely to be less and roofing harder to get. Play a winning game and buy your roofing while you can get it. , Binder Twine at ICE CREAM (It's that kooiI Ice Cream.) (DISPLAY THEIR WISDOM I 16ts Per Pound s s TAKE A PINT OR QUART HOME FOR DINNER Come to our Fountain for those Cooling Drinks. Citizens of Johnson County, Mo., Take Advantage of Government's Liberal Offer. Johnson County, .Mo., is going strong for safe nnd sound invest ment, nnd the citizens of that county nre not heeding the siren culls of the oil sharks and others of their like who ure trying to get tho people's money on stock schemes. Postmaster U, A. McIIride, of War rensburg, in a letter to It. R. Smith, (iovcrnnient Director Saving DiDepartment, St. vision, Treasury Louts, says that for the first three week In May his sales of Treasury Saving Certificate nnd Wur Savtotaled $5,084.11 ings Stamp "Persunully I think so much of these Treasury Hnvings Certificates," he writes, "that I have invested my limit for myself und my wife, and very nuturnlly I would udvise my patrons to do likewise." These securities pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly, are free from ordinary taxation, and may be redeemed for cash on ten day' P NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY BINDER TWINE The price will be more later and you may not be able to get it at any price when you want it. GENUINE INTERNATIONAL, McCORMICK, DEERING. I I MoRoberts Drug Store i D BINDERS McCormick Deering BINDERS s s 30E30I 8 POPULAR EXCURSION SUNDAY, JUNE 27. 1920 1 I CINCINNATI ROUND TRIP FARE No matter how much you produce, unless you have the proper machinery to care for th e crop ;it tho right time, you will not receive very much money from your investment. Better investigate our line of Binders and buy the one you want. You can't beat the price. $220.00 AND $240.00. S Q Southern RAiLWASysTEM IMTlUl-- ! WELCHS BEREA, DEPT. STORE KENTUCKY. qil.M H HAH TAX FROM DANVILLE !. tr Special Train Usvm Danville CiOO A. M. Returning Special "rain Leave Cincinnati 6it0 P.M. (CtatrilTkM) D- aUJIblMutiua upua pJkiiua I M. J. C'l iHU V, TlrWt Agtot. I) IN VII 1.1 KY, H. f. KIMi, I a. Ilk I ruHiim Asiil, Uai.NUTU.S, nr. USE THE PHONE AND "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE." lenei --isi t The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Ju ne 24, 920 1 Her "Carrie Nation" Methods Clean Town GREAT SINGING BAND PANAMA, Okln. "Carrie Vat ton" tHctic.i were employed by Mr T. 11. To Our Friends and Red Grenadiers Band and Male Chorus One of the greatest features Sturgeon, Oklahoma's first health inn spector, wh n she opened her against insanitary conditions here the other day. She broke some 500 erncked dlsheu, burned two dozen mattresses, fifty bed comfort and cleared the town of ro)Ir ttiwi'l and public drinking e up KcKir 'mtels iwtmntsrd b trainmen were erved with an ultimatum to clean up witbin fvrty eifrtit hour or clo-- e up. cam-pnlg- Customers We want to ask you to sec us this season before you dispose of your wheat. Wc havejas good terms on storage as you can get, or will buy at the topmost market price. WOLF TRAIL. haw Delayi Mr .Mi-. Drew Ji Darn Wn on the We want your wheat and will be as liberal lick li't. i.' Kay i rtotimc Mr. nnd w vMitiitK mh4 reia- - as we can to get it. Sec us before you sell. Mr. Joe Aldndge. Mora I'rtw tive Mr v m' miiiI friend here. be Ilurtm Uay MaliMn County. KInirr Mr. rum! Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, Mr the entire Chautauqua Prelude Concert Fourth Afternoon Grand of pnt Stur.in night with Mr Hubert May. Mr ly. iit.tl Mr. Abe Helton visited Mii'l Mr. Taylor Itoltoti recent- 3 n KENTUCKY. Mr- - Mlie KeynttMs entertained a number of Mr i friend Saturday aftcr-nno- Concert Fourth Ni&ht Janer Matthews spert Wednesday .villi afternoon tfv Mr McCulIey. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mobcrley spent the la-- t week end with Mr. and Mr. Jcse C lark of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cotton and Hanc I DO YOU 1 KNOW THIS REDPATH Just One of Season CHAUTAUQUA ' I (' iMrrn united ar SjtuU m relatives Satuitiny 11 Big Attractions Madison. Mr Wilbert Dailey spent the day Mon.I.ij with Mm. Thomas Sebastian and Mii Mamie Sebastian. Mesr John Dailey, Ctillnnd Dail- ey. Nel and Warren motored to l'aint Lick Saturday on business. Mr and Mr; Motr Kay and son wtie the pleasant guest of Mr nnd Sunday Ml Andrew Mrs F.lijah McMillian and Matter Holman J. were with her sister, Mrs, Uuford Smith Tjcsday nigh! and I TRADE MARK It represents the "xibe" Starting and Lighting BATTERY ednesday. Mr nnd Mm. Hunter Davis Mrs. Hnymond Davis and Mrs. Drew Davis were guest of Mr. and Mrs, Tickets For All Five Days $2.25, Plus 10 per cent Tax. WEEK HERE JULY 2ND TO 7TH. CHAUTAUQUA .i Drive This Sedan For Economy Hijh Gsvduie Irvin Simpson Sunday. Mr and Mrs. John Dailey and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Sow irs spent the day Sunday with Mr. miu Mrs. Allie Iteynolds. Mim Thelma Simpson returned home from Lancaster Saturday af ternoon after it few day stay with Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Chandler. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Kay and chd dren nnd Mr. Hani I'rice motors I to Hrynnesville Sunday and spent n I delightful day with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fain. ! Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and Master Harrison Lilian! made n re- Sebastian nnd Mrs. W. T. l'rewitt cent cnll with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. of Lnwndnle'. Illinois. Miss Inez Land was the week end Kuost of Mr. Kd Naylor and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Moberley were visitor of Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Howard Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Frank Uuul and family. Mr. Hiram nnd family. Mr. and family, Mrs. Powell Dailey. Mbw Hurt Dailey and Karl Dailey, Mosdnme Allen Tenter, Queas Poster ami Mr. Homer Hay were shoppers in Lancaster the buttery that by hard, sturdy, powerful and persistent service in motor ears all over the country has earned itself the title of "the Giant that lives in a Hon." The "Exide" Battery is a K'uxnt of the most dependable sort. Every ounce of it represents .strength and endurance; every detail of its construction has been proved right in many years of practical performance. It was designed and is manufactured by the largest maker of storage batteries in the world. Put an "Exide" Giant's power behind your starting and lighting system and have done with guesswork. Inch for inch nnd pound for pound, there is more power and punch in the "Exide" Giant than in any other starting battery. PftINT LI6K GARAGE PAINT LICK, KY. Cy Jee 3033 Cc3jvc33C&'32C";33 CJCCoCfC Cs33C'-'3jC':33C0- CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. GUNNS CHAPEL. Delayed. MiM Mary l.cc Kurtz is quite sick with munslc. Mr. Mo! Humphrey ha ordered n ford touring car. Mis Flora May Price spent the week end with relatives here. Miss Mary Leo Kurtz was a recent KUHt of Mis MuyiMit) Stapp of l 11 Milfr; Low Upkeep Cotli Cheater Conifcut with Ttiplex Siring THE OVERLAND SEDAN has nil the closed-ca- r advantages but it hns more, amazing economy I In the recent 355 mile Los Angcles-Yoscmi- ALL BONDS LEFT WITH US ARE IN TIME LOCKED SAFE AND WE MUST HAVE ONE DAYS NOTICE, IF YOU DESIRE TO SEE OR WITHDRAW THEM. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. This bank has two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. J. J. Walker, Cashier. W 0. Kigney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Toller. Wm F Miller. Teller. V. NOTICE t. te Hudson, President. Economy Run, an Overland Sedan took first place in Class Two with n gasoline average of 27.6 miles per gallon! Such an cc cmpliasizca again Over land's stamof operation. This economina and low-coical closed car keeps you cool on sultry days? shuts out the rain and dust and gives you per-form st Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon nnd Mrs. Ituy W. 11. were in Lexington w L. Ci. Davidson, Saturday. MttHiamM J. I. Uboll and Ommi.' K Murphy spent Th .Uy with Mr II t'bandlw. Mr. (Iwrjje greater riding comfort. Tutuinc. 5i 1k, (, a. k. Ko1ter,$9S; ToJJ. Mb Coupe, II51S! Sedan; JUTS ! ckaass 4tkwt Mtks ALDRIDGE & MARSEE af near llrads. town was here with relative Sunday and Monday. Mist. Jo4v Myrtle Isbell wi.k ii llnrnlce nnd He .e KUost ot Miw Teate Sunday. Mr. nnd Mr. Itrdle Axrre and children spent tho week end with Mr and Mrs. Tulton May. Mrs. Hnrvvy Twite r nnd daughter, MhM llernlce spent one day last week with her brothers, Messrs. John nnd T. M. Chandler. Tcater, Thclinu Misses llernlce Simpson and llessie 1 rater were guests of Mm. K. II. Chandler of Lancaster part of last week. Talr W. 0. R1GNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Residence Phone J3. OtUce Phone 18. Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday June 24, 1 920 mm THERE IS ONLY ONE THE ELLIOTT FARM LINCOLN COUNTY NEAR McKINNEY AT AUCTION TEN O'CLOCK. One mile McKinney on Mt. Salem pike. Level and gently rolling, walnut and sugar tree land. Very productive. Splendidly watered, good fencing. 57 acres in corn, o acres in tobacco, 100 acres in grass, a lot of blue grass sod. Brick house, (J rooms, 2 halls, stock barn, 10x(0; large cribs, all outbuildings; A room tenant house. This is a dandy good farm and a bargain for some body. Will it be you? Plenty of fruit and shade trees. Easy terms and possession Januauy 1st, 1921. Follow my sales and make money. LOOK UP REPORTS OF MY JUNE SALES. EVERY FARM SOLD AND EVERY PURCHASER CAN SELL AT A PROFIT. by-b- id Saturday, July 3rd GENUINE and selling to the "High Dollar" without or limit. It is o n the bargain counter, buy it for reserve, a Home or sell for a profit before you have to pay for it. For further particulars see the owners at the farm or V. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my o tl'ice in Danville, or This farm is up EAVER OARD WE HAVE A SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN Lancaster, Kentucky. Write for catalogue of other sales and list of land for sale Public Sale O- F- NICE STOCK OF EACH Horses, Gattle, Sheep Hog's, LENGTH Buggies and Harness. We will, at our barn on Mulberry Street, In Nicholasvillc, Ky., near the Ice Plant, Saturday, June 26th, at 1 0:30 a. m. sell to the highest and best bidder the following personality: BASTIN LUMBER 4(5 r0 head of Horses, head of Cattle. GO head of Hogs, 100 head of Sheep, ft teams of good marcs, l, C yrs old, broke to all harnot, 1800 lbs. weight 1100-tto 7 yours 10 head of mules, old, nil broke, 1.0 head of ponies, 2 to 5 years old, most all broke, year old blnck pony, gentle for children to drive, 1 year old spotted mare, nicely broke und real saddle pony. IJrown walking mare, by Old o 1 "J 10 head of good stock cuttle Preston. from 100 to l!l)0 pounds. Sorrel walking mure, by Al I'oavine. These marcs are 10 shouts, good kind. 0 years old anil are well 2 good sows und pigs, broke. lfj sets of good buggy harness, Shetland mare and colt, Set of spring wagon harness, 2 mures with mule colts, both mure mules, Set of pony harness good as 10 nice driving mures that are new. extra well broke and gentle Rubber tire phaeton buggy, Some of the mures can step S Top Uuggles, G Nice Koud Wagons. fust. 5 head of 2 and II year old colts 2 Ford Touring Curs. halter broke, Fruziur Curt, 10 cows and calves, extra good Lot of other things too numermilkers. ous to mention. LANCASTER, KY. Reynolds NICHOLASVILLE, Bros. KENTUCKY.