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EVERYBODY Should STANFORD MONTH OF JUNE Attend tauqua. Chau- To Be HostsOf Men Ex-Sor-vi- Next Monday. tx-rt- c rome to the Chautauqua and enjoy' a body, last thy are just anxious the entire program which i extended come, even from July 2d to the 7th. beginning at, fur all former soldiers to .1 o'clock ami 8 if he is nut a member of the Legion, In the afternoon wtll be a groat July Itli, celebration o'clock at night. It will be of grent It and the excretes will begin promptly you personally us you will benefit to 12.18, so it hi importunt that all be privileged to hear the nblcst of! at by eleven o'clock. apeakers, men with tuition wide exper- meet in Automobiles will be provided for all ience nnd renown and not only will soldiers. you hear lecture, but you Mill aUo! The following program will be renl greatly entertained with high class dered: muilc, elecutlon, impersonation ami Hand Concert other features which will an nave a AddreM Judge Jam I. Gregory, part In making thin Chautauqua seaof Louisville, Kentucky. son pleniuint and uplifting to the enHeading Miss Ksther Whitley Hurch tire community. Fathers and moth- Address Fetor I.aveB. roprr-geiit- ers! Send your children to the ing the Heidal Sanfard Post, Lan- Chautauqua, they will see and hear caster, Kentucky. things there that will be of k'reat aid Hox of candy to the best looking lady to them in their future life problems. on the grounds. Do come yourselves, for by so doing, Prize to the Prettiest under you will come in touch with the bit; three yonra of ago. world around you, perhaps yeu wtll Kacus: learn something obout others, which 100 yd dh. free to att. you never knew In fact, my Fat mum race. 209 Hd to t tiler friend, what w life worth if it wan't Hack race, free to alt, for the privilege we have in learning Harrei race, free to N, about or doing something for wther. U'heoiborrow race, fro to H, The Chautauqua people are giving Hgg race, free to all. their time and thought for this com- Rase ball Came munity. They are living far oUwr. The Caswoll Sautley Pest vs. ML Let you and I go to the ChautauVernon. qua and meet these people who have Fire Works Display at 8 IV M. come with a message to u from other parts of this world. Let us all BAND CONCERT plan together how we can hotter the conditions of our town that it might grow not only commercially but that Crowd Entertainit might become a place where you ed Last and I and everybody ete can live happily together Night. The program It aj follows: First Afurnoan IntrodutUry ExA very good crowd attended the concert Premier Grand ercises Hand Concert at the Opera House Singer and Flayers Cemooay. last Monday night, given by the LanFirs! Nltht Concert Premier caster Concert Hand and for their LecSingers and Flayers Company. benefit. The proceeds amounted to ture "The Man of the New Age" about twenty six dollars and should Dr. George L Parker. havebcen much larger. The entertain, Second Aftarnoon Concert Hip- mrnt was worth twice the price of the pie Concert Company. Lecture admission charged. This worthy or"I'nieen Forces" Judge Manford ganization should have the whole and Schoonovcr. hearty support of every citizen of thi SsconJ Night Grand Concert county. They have worked hard for Hippie Concert Company. the past six months or more and are Grand Concert Third Afurnoon making a reputation throughout the The American Girls. state they worthily deserve. The Third NJtht Concert The Ameri- proceeds of the concert goes to a can Girls. Lecture Thomas Hrooks fund for buying uniforms, which at the present high cost of living, comes Fletcher. Fourth Afternoon Concert Ued very high at this time. Go .o it Grenadiers Hand and Male Chorus. boys we ure proud of you. Lectur- e- "Jean Ilaptiste ami His FARM Hrethrcn" Wallace Hrucc Amsbary. Fourth Night Grand Concert Down $325. lied Grenadiers Hand and Male Chorus. Col. Jim Hamilton Says Its Worth o Tlfth Af It rnoon Concert Mora anJ tlo'll Get It For This Entertainers. Chllilren'a SpUndid I'lsce. I'ageant. "The Good Fairy Thrift" o Fifth N!ht Conc.irt Col. Jnmos I. Hamilton, the big Kntertalnera, Joy Night Program I'opulnr. Character Imper- land dealer uf Garrard County, "took down" bis first farm In his sonations Nonh lleilharz. when he refused He sure and get your season ticket real estate history to sell the Shelby Jett farm of 309 before Friday evening. Adults 12.50 including war tax. rcres for the bid of $325 an aero at Including war tax. public sale near Kirksvillu WednesChildren day. Col. Hamilton said this farm is worth more than the bid otfurcd and Hour. he would sell it for more nnd thereAll you children are Invited to fore wouldn't accept the $325 per the Chautauqua tent, which will be acre offered by a Garrard bidder, Covington Jett was the contending at the school grounds. There will be o young lady there to tell stories to bidder for his father' old home place you, She will select u few from but stopped at $320 an acre. A big among you, whom she will instruct to crowd was present and much Interest give a little play on the last afternoon was manifested. Tho Jett farm is one of the best of the Chautauqua season, called the "Good Fairy Thrift". It will all be known In that section of Madison free, you will not even need to get county, where high price is the rule the costumes as they will be furnish- rather than the exception. Col. ed by the Iledputh Chautauqua. Hamilton knows land values mighty Coma at nine o'clock Friday morning. well and hi many friend feel satis, Listen! Don't come alone, but bring fled that he will make good on his the boy or girl next door to you. promise to sell this tine farm for Let's all conic and have a good time more money than the high bid Wedtogether. nesday, Richmond Itegister, i , Kvery man in Gamtfd, few In July 3ml, county is eornostll' roq Booted to Come along next Friday tawesMtor nxt Monday mornmg by to the lledpath Chautauqua tent at not later than oleven o'clock prepare! the school ground. It U entirely to go to Jit an ford m tho gtteet of the new tlil year, rectangular In shape, The Democratic National Convenholding from 800 to 1000 people; the Caswell Sanlloy Foot of the American tion at San Francisco mot mot Tueswhere an elaborate program sonts are new too ami so n the pre- -' I.tftioa. day, and listened to the "keynote ho hven arranged. gram, it roiuni surprise you, nui u I Tliis I rid to be one of the big speech of tumor S. Cummlngs who H the truth the Chautauqua manage-men- t pratsod Democatlc achievement unof thu season ami it would be has spent MID mare n week thlmr der Wilson, scored Incompetency of littl loos than criminal for any for the talent alone than hat been man In Garrard county to the Republican ComcreM, rebuked atspent on any previous year. If you tacks upon the President, and plead mi it. live in tancatter or Its vicinity do The Hetdal Sim ford I'ost will go in for the adoption of the League uf Na- IIKCINS TOMORROW. CONVENTION Proves a Record-Breake- r For Swinebroad, Under Full Sway. Cox The Real Estate and MeAdoo Run- Man. ning Neck and MORE SALES FOR JULY. Neck. o ELECTRIC LIGHT MANAGER EMPLOYED. FRANCHISE. To The People Of Lan- Mr. Tandy Quisenbery will Manage Garrard caster, Kentucky. Tobacco WareAt tho time we purchased the elechouse. The director of the Garrard To- tions. A tremendous demonstation the President. In which all but New York delegates took part, the opening session. for the fca-ture- d Hy e Administration forces have demonstrated their control of the convention by naming the Permanent Chairman and the head of the Resolutions Committee. Despite his request that his name not be presented to the convention. William G. MeAdoo is running strong for the Presidential nomination, tho it is agreed that no candidate can secure even a majority of the vote cast Two thirds are on the first ballot. necessary to nominate. Cox and Palmer are the leading rivals of the former Secretory of tho Treasury, hut pre4 dispatches from 'Frisco are practically a unit in declaring that Palmer's greatest strength will be registered in the early balloting, and tha his rhanees of being nominated are negligible. ProhitiUo, the I eaue of Nations and tho Sriok question are the most Uaoly subjects of dispute in Utt platform. Mr. Hrya has made public the plank he will ot'er. The one relating to prohibition indorses the Federal Amendment and the Volstead Act, whi!e the League plank urges ratification of the Treaty at the earliest date possible upon the best terms that the Democrats can secure in the Senate. Large Monday Latest Convention News As we go to press no definite action has been taken at Frisco by the Democrats A certain forecast is that W. J Dry an will be defeated In his effort to get a 'bone dry' plank in the platform and that the party will pledge itself to a reasonable and sane enforcement of the prohibition laws. The League of Nation plank will be no evasion or straddle but positive endorsement of the League nnd Treaty of Peace as presented to the Senate. In other words it is reported that that plank will be as the President wants it without the crossing of a "t" or the dotting of art "i". -- JETT Taken At Rich-Wern- Rlch-Wcr-n- The following are placed in nomination, MeAdoo, Cox, Palmer, Meredith, Hitchcock. Gerard, Owen, Smith, Cummings, Davis and Edwards, The name of Governor Cox was greeted with great demonstrations and his friends think his chances are better than was reported at the opening of the convention. The big boom for MeAdoo has subsided and the wise ones think his chances for the prize are waning. It is any body's game at this stage with many looking with great favor upon the Chairman of the National Committee, Homer Cummings, 1 H-S- The convention is now ready for the consideration of the platform tho draft having been practically com. pleted. The balloting for the presidential nominee udll likely begin tonight or early tomorrow. Children's SCHOOLS OF COUNTY To Open Next Monday, July 5th. All of tho rural schools of the county, with the exception of the Paint Lick and the Uuena Vista consolidated schools, will open next Monday morning, July Sth, according to information given u by Miss Jennie lliggins, Garrard County' School Superintendent. The last legislature passed a law which goes into etTect immediately, requiring every county in the state to employ a truant officer, whose duties It will bo to see that every child in the county, within the school age, attend some school. This officer will be on duty next week and the parent of these school children must see to it that their children be on hand promptly, or the truant officer will get them If thty don't watch out. Sunday School Col. Swinebroad's Band The Lancaster Hand furnished the At Freedom. music for the Swinebroad sale today. Sunday School began at Freedom last Sunday. Everybody invited. As many of the church member can, Is asked to at Freedom next Sunday on Important business. Meeting called at 10 a. m. nit Some of tho member of the band are only twelvo year old but they are wonder. The band was the best one heard here In a long while. The Lancaster boy are to be congratulated. Danville Advocate, tric lisrht franchise we believed in good faith that it was valid and Swinebroad, the Heal lUtate Man, thowrht so up until a short time ago give tH a report of hi auction sale when we decided in good faith to apof land during the month of June. ply to the City Council for an in rates under this franchise These were the sales timt he adver-osu- d in his June catalogue; every on account af the high cost of runfarm was offered just ns ndvertised ning the plant. When we constructand wns sold to the entire satisfaction ed the plant the operating expenses of the owner and the purchasers. for the amount of electricity now consumed, at the cost of coal, materials The report I as follows: June Hth. for W. A. Uawltngs, 150 and labor at that time were about acre in Marion County, for $7000. $12,413.59 annually. The operating June 12th, for K. M. Shelley, 05 expenses for the year beginning July 1, 1920, for the same amount of acres in ilnyle County, to J. II. electricity, is estimated to be about at $300.00 per acre. June IMh, for J W. Rlggins, 1.18.'.! $33,207.53, chiefly on account of the acre in Casey County; sold in three high cost of coal and the increase in tracts to Luther Elliott 19.5(1 acres at the cost of labor as well as material $207.00 per aero; to Hay Klliott 30.33 of every kind. acres at $187.00 per acre; to M. L. Klectric light companies every per where ure asking for and in many-caseKlliott 72.27 acres at $203.24 are being granted increases in acre. Average per acre $250.30. June 10th, 102 acres for 11. D. rates, where they are operating unIloltzclaw. in Lincoln county, to Os- der a vllid franchise, and are giving car lloltzclnw at $125.00 per acre. notice that they must quit unless they June 10th, for Mr. and Mrs. J. W. get some relief on account of the Crutcher, 140 acres in Lincoln county enormous cost of coal and material. to Will Montgomery at $123.00 per Wo believed at the time we made the application for an increa.se, and beacre. June 17th, 210.0 acres in Lincoln lieve now, that tho Council, being county for II, I). Holtzclaw to H. I. fair men, would have granted us an Hubble at $115.00 per acre. increase on account uf this great difJune 19th, the Hogers farm at Le- ference in the cost of operation. We banon, Mnrion county, owned by G. employed an attorney to draw up a II. Swinebroad nnd II. II. Dover, to supplemental contract under our exSalem George and G. W. Hughes, isting franchise and he discovered 233.2 acres at $225.00 per acre, nnd that the franchise was void, and 33.11 acres, sold for $250.00 per therefore, cuuld not be legally amended, and this was the first time we ever acre. June 22nd, 207 4 ucres in Marion had such mi intimation. The matter County, for J. T. Lankford, to How- has been taken before Judge Hardin, ling Hrothers, at $110.00 per acre. as well ns the Court of Appeals, and June 2Cth. the land of G. H. Swine- both the Circuit Judge ami the Court broad at Danville in which unimprov- of Appeals have decided the franchise ed land sold as high a $095.00 per to be void because in conflict with acre. At this sale I). W. Mahan pur- section 101 of the Constitution of the chase.! 15.fi acres at $095.00 per State of Kentucky. When we found acre; (. J, Khlen 3.7U acres at $420. that our franchise was void we were per acre; - C. King purchased 3.51 like a person who might be in poss acre at $C'J5. per acre and 3.02 acres ession of u farm without any deed to at $500. per acre; C. R. Martin pur- it. No good business man would chased 52.45 acres at $238. per acre, build valuable and lasting improveand the Hoard of Commissioners of ments on a piece of land to which he the Institute for tho Deaf bought held no title, and likewise, good business prevented us from making val03.84 acres at $300.00 per acre. This makes 1603 ncrc of land uable improvements under the franchise which gave us no title or rights Swinebroad sold in June for more than a quarter of n mil- to the use of the streets. Wc did not lion of sale in one month. He has desire an increase of rates under a sold from the first of January to the void franchise. We did not try' to first of July, 2980 acres for n total of get out of the contract on a technic$089,184.07. besides considerable ality, because it is absolutely void. property at private sales. Swine- Wo did not repudiate any contract broad and his assistants, W. K. Moss, because there wns never any legal R. II. Dever and his son George contract binding on the City to reSwinebroad, are. now preparing for pudiate. The franchise was void their July sales. Write to them for from the beginning nnd gave to us no n catalogue. Swinebroad Is the only right whatever ns n franchise. The man in the business who does enough only course the law permits us to business to justify the issual of these pursue when acting under a void catalogues and he is thus ennbled to franchise is to move and get out. This is absolutely the only legal render the services which the public is looking for. Watch this paper for course open to us. Any one can see from tho above figures that If we unhis next series of ndvertiscments. dertake to operate under the present rate wc must soon go into bankMRS. ruptcy. In fact, To Continue Auto Ser- a plant we Icannot raise money on operating without a that franchise. It has no legal existence vice. and is known in law as a trespasser. Although she failed to secure the We are willing to do anything we mail route service from Lancaster to can to assist the City in solving the Danville and return, it will be very present ditTiculty and on nccount of gratifying to friend of Mrs. James the extreme high cost of coal and Hatcher, to know that she will contin- other materials we think it would be ue to give the same efficient and unjust to bbth tho purchaser of a polite service to the traveling public franchise and to the City to fix it for passenger and pack- a long period of time. In two year and age every day as in the past. She i timo materials maybe much lower, or deeply grateful to her friends and the they mny be much higher. No one public in general for their liberal ran tell. We hope the City will be patronage in the past and hope to able to sell a short term franchise have same in the future, promising that will protect the City aa well as every courtesy and attention, which be fair to the purchaser, and in this Anyone way permit the public to enjoy the she is so capable of doing. wishing auto service to any point, privilege of using electricity at a would do well to call Mr. Hatcher. price equal to it cost of production with a legitimate profit to those who BIG may furnish it. And when price become settled the City can sell a lonAberdeen-Angu- s ger term franchise, If it so desires, at such rates a it deems just and fair. Cow. Adv. Haitln Hrothers. Mr. A. T. Sander old last week to Doctor. Mr. John M. Anion, one of his line Aberdeen-Angu- s cows, known and A man got out of his buggy and registered, as "Ulack Cap II. L." for hitched his horse. She is one of the top notch $3,600. He didn't have a good hitch rope, er of this breed and Mr. Anion feels bargain. Mr. so while he was gone this horse broke that he has purchased a loose and tore hi buggy and harness Sander also sold to Lebanon parties up. weirnling calf of the same breed, a When the man came bafk he found for $1,000; that hi horse was gone. Some one told him that there was Baby Cluck Cheap. a Harness Doctor at GOODLOK A S WALKER BROTHERS STORE. Atl SINGLE COMB BROWN kind of new harness hand made, also ONLY. old harness repaired. The prices are Erie C. Fsrra. Bos 173. See Ed Oaks. Lancaster, Ky, right-Hran-amnn, s I$2G8,-885.21, bacco Warehouse at a meeting bold last week In the otflcoa of the company, employed Mr. Tandy Quisenbery of Louisville, who will serve as manager of the house during the next season's sales. Mr. Quisenbery comes very highly recommended being well acquainted with the various buyers throughout the country and is said to be an expert judge of tobacco. He is a genial whole soul fellow nnd will make friend rapidly with the grower throughout this and adjoining counties. It will be very gratifying to the patrons of the Lancaster tobacco market to learn that the services of Mr. John Scott, has been secured as auctioneer for the next season nnd will be on the block during the sales at both of the local warehouses. John is one of the best in the country and these house were wise and fortunate in securing his services. "BUD" JAMES Dies At Harrodsburg. The death of "Ilud" James at his Harrodsburg last week brought much regret among his friends here where he was so well He was a great lover of known. horses and many will remember him where he exhibited them at the various fairs throughout the state. Concerning his death the Harrodsburg Herald says: General regret was felt here at the passing of Mr. I. C. James, who died Wednesday morning from complications nfter n six months' confinement to his room. He was one of the best known men in this community nnd one of the best liked. He has been in the livery business here for about thirty-fiv- e years. lie waa a lover of good horses and in addition to his livery business ho had a string of high- class animals and was a familiar figure at all the county fairs, as well as the blue grass fair at Lexington and the State Fair at Louisville, and was a frequent premium winner. A number of years ago he was in the old City Council and after the municipal government was changed to commission form he was elected on the Hoard of Commissioners. He was a generous, warm-heartman and everybody was hi friend. He I survived by his mother, Mrs. Aaron James, his wife and her son, Mr. I. C. James, Jr., and n daughter, Miss Annie James, the child of a former marriage. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Baptist church, conducted by his pastor, Rev. T. II. Athcy. The interment will be at Spring Hill. home in ed HATCHER Baptist Church Fourth of July. There will be a special fourth of July service at the Raptist Church Sunday. No Haptist can atTord to miss this service, which wilf begin promptly at 10 o'clock. Beautiful songs, picturesque drills, and splendid recitations will be given by the young folks of our Sunday School. These programs are always entertaining, enjoyable and instructive, and this one Is going to be one of the best ones we have had for some time. The special evangelistic services at this church will begin Oct. 3rd, with the Rev. T. N. Compton D. D. doing tho preaching. A full announcement about the meeting will be forth-coming will-carr- y soon. C. D. Strother. PRICE For Automobile Owners Attention. We are prepared now to take care of your automobile repair work on all cars. If you want service and guaranteed satisfaction thU Is the place to come. Went To The LEG-HORN- lt-p- We are willing to stand behind any and all work turned out by ut. If you are not satisfied we will refund your money or make the job right either you prefer. Let us have a trial at something that sumo one else has failed to do to your satisfaction. We are here to do as we say, and only ask a trial of you. CENTRAL GARAGE, William Marace, Proprietor, 4 1. C. U. Turner, Mechanic. 2 6-- The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July Cracks at Creation. Kvcry nan ta n hero nt times in his Imagination. well off no -- 1, 1920. To Keep American Ships on the Seas For the Crtt time since the CMI War we hate a real totrchant marine. It cost us f,lKKl,0(),(iX) to cet It. The farmsr, manufacturtr, labortr avery American la Interested In holding our petition on the acaa. A a flrnt step In thla direction It la necosary to modify thoso article of exlttinc commercial treat If which hare operated to thwart tha upbuilding of our merchant marine-- US' RUInc the notice of termination for which tho several trestles protldo. This action la directed In the constructive Shlpplnc Itlll now before Conrress; Which declares it to he the policy of tho United Slates "to do whatever may be necessary to develop and en courace" a merchant marine. Thla policy dturvea the auppert of every American. Lacking thla tupport the present effort to maintain our rnerchnnt marine may auffer the fata of many Ineffective attempts of the past. Send for a copy of "For an American Merchant Marine." Hut few men know when they arc until their wives tell them. THE ELLIOTT FARM LINCOLN COUNTY-NE- AR The jroose that lays n golden eeg longer has nn attraction. The egg is too small. Trouble with some people Is, they work hard to mnkc money and even harder to spend It. Never make nn excuse for a duty unperformed. To do so is to admit your own weakness. Is the fashion now to go over They to France to get n divorce grant'em while you wnlt. McKINNEY AT It AUCTION j Why go to all of the trouble of tcllinjr a joke yourself? It is easier to laugh at the other fellow's. Mary Jane says per stock. all to overcome the shortage In it is no trouble nt pa- Cut out the clgnrette. Committee of American Shipbuilders 30 CHURCH STREET, NEW YORK CITY be bought and A man who can sold censes to be a man. He is on a par with the fellow who buys him. A busy man can always find spare tune to employ advantageously, i It in only the loafer who has none, ' to spare. Our office devil insist that kiss-- , sure cure for headIng a girl is We notice he never comache. 11 OERTElS DOUBLE-DAR- K The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Hare It In plains, It takes years to climb the ladder j I of success but only n few minutes ami one fool move to hit the hot torn again. complexion powder Is the Cold latest I'nris fad, and Is expected to make it appearance locally any day. It is quite within the reach of all dollars for a tiny only twenty-fiv- e box. Most men can pay two or thne dollars for a hotel menl and not bat nn eye, but it pulls like the devil to cough up fifty cents for a supper nt a good home cooked church social. We hear so much from the ndher-ent- s of one candidate about the rot- -' your home at all time The OERTEL Co Louisville, Ky. Incorporated Makers of Oertelt DoubU Dark, Ocrtelt Dark and Ocrtcls Light. N. L Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Hnrrodsburg Ky 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. o7 acres in corn, 3 acres in tobacco, 1 00 acres in grass, a lot of blue grass sod. Brick house, 6 rooms. 2 halls, stock barn, lOxu'O; 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 January 1st, 1021. Follow my sales and make money. LOOK UP REPORTS OF MY JUNE SALES. EVERY FARM SOLD AND EVERY PURCHASER CAN SELL AT A PROFIT. This farm is up and selling to the "High Dollar" without reserve, d or limit. It is on the bargain counter, buy it for 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 office in Danville, or by-bi- Saturday, July 3rd WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOUR and Become Independent The Garrard Sank & Trust Go. tenness of all other candidates that we wonder how they can consistently vote for the winner at election time. . i The farmers are missing n golden! opportunity. They might invite the; candidates to give a practical demon-stration of their love for lords of the soul by aiding in the harvest ing of their crops. What candiiintc would dnre refuse? 1 J SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN Lancaster, Kentucky. Write for catalogue of other sa les and list of land for sale Uecausc of the shortage of print paper the circulation of the Congressional Itecord is to be limited to one and repre copy for ench senntor sentative. Good ns for as it goes, but why not make a clean sweep? Hunk is expensive in nny quantity. THORN The man who is continually find fault with his neighbors has a thousand devils working within Ins being The condition of the soul finds lodgment in the mind and expression from the lips, and it is well to bear this in mind the next time you hear one person picking another to pieces. ing Make Your Home Cheerful Home You can't expect folk to he happy and contented where the home Is in and promcatod by the imcll of amoky Kvory member of your family is entitled to all the lamps. bright electric liRht which city folks have. If aomobody asked you to buy nn expensive plant that simply furnished linht and no more, you miirnt have nome good arguments aguinit audi n purchase, but when you think of a liKhtinjj plant that is also u plant cnpablu of operating any and every small machine on your place, that is another matter. half-darkne- PLEASANT HILL. (Delayed) SenccMi is such u plant. In addition to being n perfect electric lighting plant, it has n pulley by which mach.nes can bu run while When this is done, your lights cost clmruink' your batteries. practically nothing. Cenco Light is such u positivu labor sav- er that owners figure tnat this power practically takes tho place of farm help. It certainly does enable tho help to do more; or less help to do the same work. Cenco Light is not u luxury it is u servant that will increase production and puy for itself in actual dollars and cents, lou really owe it to yourself to call here with your wife and sec this wonderful plunt at work. May we expect you? CONN BROS., Dealers LANCASTER, KY. CikiI tiu hie Iluuivcr, MtaulKtur! by left Monday Canada. Miss llennle Metealf is the guest of !.cr sister Mrs. Wnlker llurdette. Mr and Mrs. Hobart (5row were recent guests of Mrs. Kddle linker. Mr. nnd Mrs. Preston Snyder and family went to Madison Sunday. Misses Lidu Mne nnd Alice Itay were in town Saturday nftcnoon. .Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lakes of Lexington are guests of her parents, Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Simpson entertained a number of friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whlttnkcr was recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I Sherrow. Ijincns-- 1 Mrs. Beatrice Johnson of ter visited Mr. ami Mrs. James San. ders last week. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson. See us for Bale Ties. Hudson and Furnnu. Mr. Milton Kstes and family entertained somo friends from Nlchol asvlllu Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Bay were Sun-da- y guests of her purents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burchell. Mrs. Buford Smith is rapidly re-- j covering from her recent illness hur many friends will be glad to know, j llro. I'ecl filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday and; s. preached some very interesting Mr Johnnie Simpson f-- r li flltf tm I'MM h in" nmnliiU the manure and lime spreader occupied the time of many wagon makers. Hut Thorn-hi- ll stuck to the wagon and tn the fanner trade. Over rough mountain roads, through swamps, at logging camps, these wagons did duty daily. Thus the fame of the Thornhill spread, and the demand grew steadily greater. TTSaI J I W I Wf. Made In the Heart of the Hardwood Region Some say their locmon in the heart of the hardwood region i the reason why they can build, such a f wagon. And this is partly) true. lor good, tough oak and hickory arc things no man can male. Uut tnitch is due to their modern lalwr-savinplant. .Materials start at one end of the plant and rome out a finished wagon at the other. Each man ! but a single tatk, and he does that task! to perfection. wear-proog; 24-.i- t, Tough Highland Hickory is located in the very shadow of mighty forests of mountain hickory. The ground is hard the climate severe. The wood has to fight for life. So it grows sturdy and strong d and tough well nigh unbreakable. It has nearly twice the strength of hickory that grows in softer ground, which is usually brittle-bras- h. The white oak, growing under similar conditions, develops a similar toughness. rTh nilr ...... liirlrnm ... W...I. nittitruir. tin.!-.- I init .... nri ilri.l . M . -' t u I 11 shelter and kept there from three to five years to piled that the air can circulate freely. .The wr dries in it. close-graine1 wV Their plant But to the men arc due many of the Iong-wrarinlight-runnin- A Clan of M&itar Bulkier TKom-lu- ll Yean ago they attracted to their plant the ma.tcrs of wagon budding. They asked these men for improvements, and the men who made them received their just reward. Together they worked out more improvements I'ent before" feature. " ,!'C tWmtY' ,haC scr-son- .y;hl,Ui -- f. trie Co. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ilurdetto entertained Mr. and Mrs. I.igo McMil-llu- n and son, Holman, Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks und family at dinner on iuc vi '"Xu a TlwrnWll and 'demonstrate' ugrniuu construction, , m W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Sunday, The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday July PAINT LICK Mr. Maurice 1 , I 920 3 1 llurton was in Rich- COMMAND NG E M E mond Saturday. Miss Kufrenm 1'nlU of Owcnabara is the truest of Mia Mnblc Hall. Mr. Ins Mm. W. W. Wwt. Miss Kmma llurrhell whs the truest of friends in Itichtmwd Sunday. Mis' Francis Kiali spent Men day with her mint Mr. Walter (uyn. Mis France Fish spent the week end with Mim Kdmi Underwood. Mrs. Maude Smith Ikia been gJin to Richmond to Iwvc her eye treated. Mim Nelle Tudor has accepter) the position as nsststnnt at the I'os oft re. See us for Hale Ties. Hudson nnd Farnnu. Mr. MiCormnck and children of Ashville N. C. are guests of relatives hero. .d'sa llculah Lcdford had as her Fayc Ward of Kin it Sunday Ml 21-Iit luliter, Wrirht Kelky fci the gul f 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 Nettleton Shoes and you are assured of the best in Style, Fit and Quality. Come and let us show you our NEW Mume Miss Alma I. ear pave n parch dance Monday night to about six couples. Mr and Mrs. G. W. Cenn nnd fa.n-I'- y were dinner guest of Miss Kate F.ly Sunday. Rev Webb of Mt. Vernon filled the pulpit nt Mt. Tabor Sunday morning to Treat are rauied by a tiny disease germ it tlie blood, whirlt multiplies by 'he rt'din, and until these germs The medical rofcMon hit not are ri utid fr'tn ti e Flood, ymi can yet fully drteni.u l all of the ' I '. futnc I" .1 treatment will causes ( Hheiimatum, though they e. In fact. ) ii c tn n e liniments are prcty well forced Mt two ly the gallon -- nd necr hope tr points. reach tlii cause ( your trouble. The (irit is, that the disease is So many people have found real more than a mere local trouble, permanent relief front their Rheuthat the pans of pain come from matism by the use of S. S. S. that a sowrcc that it far below the sur its use is justified in practically face, and therefore it it not rea every caie. Certainly if your Rheusonable to expect any rational re matism it due to a germ in the lief from a treatment that it locally blood, as in many thousands of applied anil reaches only tlic sur- cates arc, you should lose no time face. in beginning the use of S. S. S, When you realiie the logic of became you can rely upon this fine this conclusion, you will tee that old blood remedy to do you more you are really watting your time good than any other treatment. and money if you are expecting S. S. S. Is beneficial in Rheumaany permanent relief from the use tism because it it inch a tliornuh of liniment), lotions, and other lo- blood medicine. It clcantes the cally applied treatment, which can blood of all impurities, and eradionly reach the surface, and have cates the germs which cauie Rheuno effect whatever upon the origin matism. The wonderful results it of your trouble. has accomplished In other caies Any disease should be treated at it proof of itt great merit. S. S. S. itt source, and especially one that hat been on the market for morn cauict at much suffering at Rheu- than fifty years and it told by all matism. The only treatment worth druggiitt. while is one that will show proYou are Invited to write our gress toward getting at the source medical department for full inrf the disease, and freeing the formation and advice about the victim from its shackles. treatment of your own case, for The other point that the medi-- which no charge is made. Address tirnfessinii has acrred tinon. Is Chief Medical Adviier, II Swift that some fornu of Rheumatism Laboratory, Atlanta, Georgia. Then You Will Dr AM It Int.lllfentljr. ol FIND OUT JUST WHAT CAUSES YOUR RHEUMATISM n NETTLETON Call at SHOES in the latest TOES AND LASTS. NETTLETON'S are the best Shoes in the world. our store and see them. THE Big Store Scott & Son, Props. j A. T. When in doubt, and evening Miss ilertha Colseti spent Wednesday night and Thursday with Miss Grace Hall. Miss Chastine Ituckcr and .Mr. and R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Mr, J I) Wynn were in Richmond Saturday shopping. of rest. Do you j ter says, the simple knowledge that Sunday a Messrs Rennet Roop and J. P. It such, cr are you devising! you are in the sanctuary of the make V. " nn ! wifi were in I.cxi;.'or on ways and means of swelling your Lord casts a feeling of calmness, Ul otlneiwlny. profits during the week? solemnity and repose over you which Mr and Mrs. Rozell of Texas are Sunday Is n day of rest, for one is good for the mind, the body and the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. reason, because the human mind re- the tout. Ramsey and family. quires n certain amount of relaxation A Louisiana legislator wants all Miss Jessie Mae llammack has re without which it becomes weakened turned home after n visit to her nunt and confuted and fails to function men who are not marriwl at the age Mrr John Anderson. properly and to advnntngc. It was of 25 to be sent to jail. That, at least, would solve the problem of Mrs. J. H Francis and Miss Lucy so intended by the Creator. I. for gentlemen alllicted And where do you find that rest? the h. e. spent Monday with her son, Mr. H. with that tired feling. Where do you obtain that spirit of FraiKi and Mrs. Francis. repose which stimulates and rejuven A London writer ayt hens can be Mr T J. l'nderwood who had 10 ates the entire human fabric? cured of the habit of eating egg stands of bees this spring has already ate the entie human fabric? by filing the tip of the beak gently settled and hived 9 more. There are many wnys and places the beak for a time too tinder for Miss Klixnbcth Conn is clerking in but one is more beneficial than all breaking the shell, and the habit is R. H Bedford's store during the ah others combined. That is your until nenr the quick. This makes sence of Miss Ava McWhortcr. weekly visit to the church on Sunday lost. Hut in Americn we have an Mrs. (!iln and son Charles, of morning, or evening, or both. Even even simpler and much better Richmond, Mrs. Quorum wore guests if you hear not one word the minis method. We cat the hen. of Mr. and Mm. llannett Roop Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. William IlurgeM and children. Miss Klissibcth Conn an.l Willie Rogers were in Fr but dny night. William C. Haley NR Jj t f getting ahead of anti-tobacc- !, The must cxpen- It's ine way e other fellow pocket is the one nt the top. ;i t.i'ur Ail men arc '.ih .it time, onl the wise man ndnuU it. Let's all of us go to the Chautauqua then to hat' (lose, olxerver report but little The anti booie ami other change In the style of men's car-anwon out, the are skipping along, nntl in Umcjmcntu tin year, and hut little rcdue-w- e movement tion in the amount of change rcquir- presume the nntl-ma, ed to get them. will be ui full swing. propaganda ti n Jr., Koine people are so foml of nowi visiting his grand-mothe- paper publicity they are willing to Thompaon returned have even their escapades nireil in llerea Sunday. order to get It. No, none of the breed Mr. and Mrs. Roxoll, visitors of Mr, in this town. and Mr. J. R. Ramsey were dinner guesta of Mr. and Mr. R. J. Walker Thursday. MIm Kdna Underwood had at In r guests Saturday Mlsaes Francis Flih, Mary Miller Woods, Lena Estridga ml Ruth Ross. Mrs. Orville Hoone and little son, Daniel Marshall are spending a few- day with her parent-- , Mr. and Mrs Price William nnd family. who has been Mrs. J. T. to his home in I p McRoberts Drug Store I. mj Uo i. ucsi iui a ..r..Lij uiiun. cnu mc i.nt in nit ici i caning j- drug line. McRobertrS Drug Store Word tw reached here that Mr Kdd Williams has purchased a home in Asheville .V. C. They are all well satisfied and getting along nicely. Mr. ami Mr. W. W. Wctt ami fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson (!) Economy That Proves Correct Design Ynarcnltc Run Oivrs Conelturve Evidence of Quality Construction and Economy of Trifiltx Springs spent Sunday in Ileren nnd attended the all day services at the Christian church. Mr. nnd Mr. W. C. Wynn, Mr, ami Mr. A. 11. Wynn and daughter, Mary llane, upent Sunday with their son, and brother Mr. Wli Roger und (!) family nt Red House. I I I Will It Pay? is the first thine wc think about when we go to invest n dollar. Then comes the question Will it Pay to drive Wc know wc to Bryantsvillc to do your trading? can save you money on the following and many other things not listed in this ad. That (!) (!) Mr. Holman Drown and children nnd Miss Agnes Henderson were the guet of Mr. Drowns brother, Mr. Charley Grave nnd Mrs. Graves on Thurdny. THE REMARKABLE OVERLAND VICTORY in c Economy Run regLo3 Anscles-Yosemit- e the isters another triumph for scientific lightweight and the easy riding Triplex Springs. The winning Overland stock touring car registered an average of 35.1 miles per gallon throughout the entire mountainous trip. This is, of course, better than average Overland mileage, but it is gratifying to drive a car whose design insures the .beat use of every drop of fuel. 355-mil- Mr. K. O. FnrrU and Mr. A, M. Davison ami dnughter, Virginia, of IticOiniond nnd Mr, Wm. Fnrrl of Et Mathews-- were guests of Mr. nnd Mr J. I). Durehell on Wednesday. (!) Mr. Kllsabetk Howling and daugh. ter, Mm. Dorothy TaWeot of Lexington spent several day with her broth er. Mr. R. J. Walker and Mr. Walker. Mm. Howling will leave in a few day for Ashville N. C. where he will have charge of n boarding house. I I I Tourmc.ltftS; Roadster. J9JS, Coupe. Mm f. a. U ToWt, ubjrrt tacha $1525! Sedan. J157J wtthaut aatka I .LIT V - ALDRIDGE & MARSEE m trrrtmrau fail! lluni'.sul.. bat irlirrrd huxlirj. si tiwk You c.n'l lw oa awi afanrr Cuo.nl,,, ll alvunUa TODAY. I'ikt To 1U. fur Ml haall; . Trilcr.KucwMm.lua.fK: law I ImimillKUMHhltiHUIMOllKI 'llltatbstftatmratllui'Sl. ef lUi.iaa. liaoutaattttoalf fiQuir Back Deoring 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 7oc. Four foot, heavy weight Four foot, 6 in. stay heavy weight. -- Soe. Heavy cattle barb wire $6 for spool SO rd Heavy Hog barb wire, heaviest made .$6.50 per spool of SO rods. Fresh car load of salt at $3.4 S per seven bushel barrels. I I. 1 I I I (!) c.i Becker & Ballard I PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. sv.r.t.v.'.rw- I I I STORM ES DRUG STORE. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July I, 1920. GUNN'S CHAPEL. f TUESDAY, JULY 13th WE WANT YOUR WHEAT AND WILL PAY THE MARKET PRICE. Master Kurtx nre IN with m(d. Wc have plenty of new grain bags. Come MtM Ivn Italton is with her sMer. I' l r ytt xrrtm. l wiicii t,n wwwl tiu iiuiu ,.um Mm. John lnd ami Mr. I.nd. in aim yet ...1...4 uttKi ,wu Miss Annie May vkdtod Mie wheat. llernice and Hessie Tontor Sunda). WE WILL GIVE YOU 35 POUNDSF OF Mb Uuth Uny spent n few days with her sister Mrs. Cordelia Davis. PATENT FLOUR TO THE BUSHEL-"oMaster Klein C!rw Is with his irrnndparente,. Mr. ami Mr. Frank WHEAT TO PLACE ON DEPOSIT. (.and. We have employed one of the best millers Mr. Newt Chandler was a KUest of Mr. ami Mr. Hnrvey Toater Sunday in the State to run our mill and guarantee you the HiKht. best of flour. Mr. ami Mr. Casey were Mr. J. II. Sparfc ansl family an with Sell us your wheat and deposit your flour Sunday. Mr. Frank Ijind lm purchased the with us. Yours er truly, Kemp Walker rwhlenre and small with Mr. nml Mrs. J. It. Sparks were In Lexington recently. II ebon n spent the day Mri. TO THE FARMERS Mr. Itelt JaWti Unit. HUlle, JehnMh and (iconic Je I i f fowl. Mr J. M. A man purchased an Aber-- i een- raw af Mr. Angle Sanders for $2800. Mr. and Mr. Irvine Simpson nnil children spent the week end with Mr nml Mm. Wesley Simpson. Mises SnlHc Lou Naylor of Marls. Imry and (net Ijtnd were Kucsts of Mr. and Mr. John I.and. Mrn. Flora Lonir. Misses Francis I.onK and Fannie Lee Walker spent part of last week with Mr. nml Mrs. W. 11. Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tenter, Mr. nml Mrs, John Land, Mis Sallie N'nylor nml Master J. II. Ijiml were .n Lexington last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Davis ami1 children, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis, Miwes Opal Davis, Flora May I'rkc nr. I Jenk II. Kay and Mr. Klmer Hay were guest of Mr. and Mri. .'.ime Sunday. tract nu LANCASTER FLOUR MILLS Incorporated LANCASTER, ly KENTUCKY. fur that congregation aast he nseeptrd the rait aad will roaeh the Srat ami third Sads lu MAKKSIiUKY f $100,000 GROUP OF TRAINED ELEPHANTS Mr J. Wet ley Sultan has purcbas-t.(ionrfttftawn a new Ford car. Oaa ssnsa sltawaach to aaiag Maw Panaia Strtiaa aad Mr. J. K. favanta saa is the eartataty af gv. MIm JascpWne ltulTman has bean spendinte a weak with rekUvo at Saltan of ISaat Lancaster, ware hoot ia bark us smrkaasa af arUaa af at a very hosMtifal stiaaar to th Hr tar the caasaMM is over Mrs. Grew- - and little daughter ef Skamr aad family. Mr John Saitae It is remtairtirat) easy t gmagr freedom hare been visiting relatives and Mis Sasan K. Sutton and Mrs. tha smouot af humanity within Anne Swope. rwatly ire Turner. Master II. II. .SutRt earn Xaaday ta spend a woek with relatives ta Um neighborhood. Mrs. Mncffie Cfctrfc hat rrlaraed t her home in I.exiatttaa altr a watt to relatives hre. Msm Martini I.e .StalttsMt of Crust-wow- d will arrive Weda missy far a M boat. visit to frieana at Mis Mae IIMe SsHta has ratarn-et- l froas a svcral days visit with Mis Delia Hire Hursm of MIm A Mr Suttan has retarned from a very plwawMit visit to Mrs. Rruatidut and family near Lancaster. Mr. aad Mrs. Maraland and Mns. N. A. Daw as rntertaiaad at dinner San-da- y Mr. Hrmsf aad family at l sfteraoaa of mea maath hr Uncsr The sale wWch aerured at the rt-oVaf the late Ike Nayler was wall astasia1 l aas! UraagJit the faltawin arstMS, 1 saw aad aaaata 111, 1 saw ad shaaia SIS.; 1 unset) lb skoals ITS.; S yr aid Ally Saa; I two yaar oU $10.; I pair twa year obi mala $JMa; aaa (Mir I yaar aid mala JS15: 1 mtir yaarMaic malas ISS.'i 1 jartay raw aad ralf J78; 1 rod row aad rait $110; I rod row and !' flO?. on rod raw SJSI; t long year, lias; stoat 174 aach; I mara aad mu ash rait SIM M; 1 Wall $T; m plamants sold reasonably wall. n. tm-hid- a Miss Turner of Lexington Is the Htv. Skinr was rorentl irjcst of her cousin Mis Delia Mae the Mt Hebron hunh tu of yoar neiirhber Just wt ratted by the ftivtinc he racalva frum hw prttach da jii reel, at the crop or.e shortly, an! in due time we will hatch out n real live chick I. S .A. In the way of a new president. A man mny lose everything but Young man, never despair. When his courage and grit and still have Many preachers are complaininc the expense of taking your girl to a fortune left. too great a about the limited salaries they rethe theatres becomes Ilut what more can thuy expeople When some lose their burden to bear you can always mar- ceive. pect, when congregations nre forced ry her instead. minds their friends would never to listen to the unvarnished truth know it unless told of the fuct. Frankly, we are in n quandary. about themselves? A candidate, once nominated, be- There arc two things which we comes both a man of parts and a grcntly desire, and between which we Home part of a man according to your must reluctantly chose a potato (Atlanta Constitution) point of view. and n bank account. When the old home weekly paper Our Idea of a truly law abiding If you wnnt to be sure of your comes the city man who is sorting Ids citizen Is the fellow who won't even husband's money when he is deud mall is pretty apt to "call o halt," Hmuggle in a bottle of booze when you had best get it while he Is liv- reach for it, and lean back to it leishe gets a chance. Know him? ing. Then the other woman won't urely perusal. get her finger in the pie. It isn't altogether because, as freThe recent trip of the I'rince of quently happens, he does business Wales to Canada cost $25,000. Hut hen has laid its with the town where it is published, The republican it was probably worth it to the price, eg?, the democratic hen Is due to but it is to him, in many instances, like a letter from ltomc, wherein is the goip of a family (lathering. The names in iU column ure fa- miliar; old times, old friends, old 'oves and ambitions arc brought back (to him, and business always has time to give place to them I (irent change have been made of 'late years in the make-u- p nml gen. eul appearance of old home papers; many country weeklies hnve become dailies; but the news from the neighTHE UNIVERSAL CAB boring country towns and settlements, sent in by letter, still retains its The Ford Coupe with an electric heurtful, "homey" quality, and It's and lighting system is one of the mojt popular like shaking hands all around to read members of the Ford Family. It is a permait! nently enclosed car, with sliding plate glass Another feature of the worth of windows an open car with plenty of shade. the country paper, and the general in Then in ujclcmcnt wcathcr, enclosed and cozy,, terest in it, was pointed out recently T f. and Just the car for by tlio He view of Reviews; traveling sajesmen, physicians, architects, con"Country weeklies are tractors, huildcrs, and a regular family car for home papers of newspaperdom. two. Demountable rims with 3tf-inc- li tires all They nre not hurriedly scanned while around. To women it brings the convenience men travel to business, then left to and comforts of the electric with the durability bmkemcn to gather up. They go diand economy of the Ford car. Early orders will rectly to homes; their rending is a avoid long delays in delivery. duty as well as a pleasure. Hence their peculiar value as un advertising medium." And their advertising columns huld We nre not interested in uny cars, t, not only the immediate except the Ford. but as an index to the business prosperity of their towns, they attract business from the cities. Standing by the home paper in Its every effort to advance is what makes towns grow. And tliat d Is what every citizen Yrawm i TV i In every community that has a news paper, does at all times. Pride of Paper goes hand.ln-hanwith pride of Place. Cracks at Creation. inasmuch cs ')!. u CHANDLER SI X j amnji? ror its Marvelous Motor ,.j Old Papers. The Chandler Adds Much to Out-DoLife or out-doors arms to us. Is here calls to us. The Innft roads to JUNE countryand nil and hillside and stream and woods open their self-starti- clust-nroo- rain-proo- of body. If you would have a full enjoyment of your trips and tours make them in the Chandler, a car distinftuished for its powerful' flexible and dependable motor, and equally distinguished for its roominess and comfort. Nearly eighty thousand Chandler owners know what a car it is. They know what it has meant to them, thatHood the Chandler organization for seven years has devoted all its engineering skill and manufacturing experience to the development of the one standard Chandler chassis. Thev know tint Chandler policies have resulted in a chassis which today approximates perfection. On this one Chandler chassis are mounted six beautiful types The Chandler Six Closely er the Most Pr.ccd Fine Cnr i Haselden Bros Garage. home-interes- SIX HANDSOME BODY TYPES Taurine Cor. Sim ruur.Pasttnutr lUmhnr, JIMS f Dnpatch Cur, Sit)7$ - T (.owpe. JAW Setvn.PanctWr AeJui. Sm four-p.- , f.iMine. SWS Seven-Patiene- SANDERS AND WALTER Distributors Lancaster, Kentucky. OHIO CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, home-Interes- ts public-spirite- d Tho Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July BOURNE. 1, 1920 A HOSTAGE TO i WHITE Lancaster Flour Mills GEO. Ex-Scrvi- ce HASELDEN BROS., GARAGE. Lancaster, Mr nnd Mrs, Charles Hughes were children, Ituhy nnd Floyd Kvcrctt VANITY Danville shopping Sntunlny. spent I .nt week with her parent, M'-- s Kinmn Pierre Is reported to Mr, and Mm. Moore of Ijincnster By OTILLIA F. PFEIFFER l.c iintr III With rneasle Hi tM time. begins to I When one candidate Rule Ties. See us C(7Utl. W..(.i Usioa Ilurtiwn and Parnau. take the lead the others join forces 21 Jt. It was vanity and opportunity tha in an attempt to shovo him oft the Miw Martha Curtis i rt"ortoI to I mat. And when he has been proper- caused Muriel Dyson to fall Into the Ik- imprnviMK lifter an nttnek of the ly temptation ami squelched they continue their lilrd bad Invitederror of her life, linger nea.les. her to the opvra nnd pleasant pastime of cutting each for his take she wished to appear at Mr. Herbert DettNn nnd Mr Itobnrt other's political throat. Its n grenl her best. It needed no art to ciitian- -i .mmon itUemled fwrty at Stan- game her natural beauty nnd gracefulness ford ttntu relay nlphL but like every young girl, self adornMir Ida ,tpal,e left bit Sunday ment applied to her and the chati' of her life to particularly shlno In tho r KirkmnHti to take n rammer eyes of others lured her Into a maze "urw Ml the Eastern Normal. of trouble, Mr. Mr. I'riee Huffman of Sho had been tho homo teacher of MarkslMiry were truest Sunday of little Mlna and Paul Secrlst, children Mr Srett Huffman and family. of very wrnltliy parents, and both Mr. Mr. Spoake spent the week If you nre troubled with pa in 9 or nnd Mrs. Secrlst were kindly IndulgIncorporated. end with hi imrent Mr. and Mrs. ncliea; fool tired; have headache, ent to her ond allowed tier to sharu In Jim Spenke on the new Danville pike. indigestion, insomnia; painful pass-ac- o tho best theru was In the houie. The of urine, you will find relief in parents were going away for a fow Mr. and Mm. John O. SPOONAMORE lliimm and President, days and Mra. Secrlst, who had learned I) Aldridire, are the urnnd mid II. C. L. ZANONE Secretary, invitation, spoke pleasantly of HoKi-r'gueits of Mr ami Mm. Lurxford nt the morning of their departure. W. A. DOTY Trcnaurcr, IlurKin. "You are at liberty to wear my opera W. G. BURCHETT Miller. cloak tomorrow evening. Muriel, and Mr. John Speake and family of nny of my trinket of Jewelry that the New Danvlllo pike were the Sunmeet your fancy." she said, day guest of hi brother S. II. Legion Men, "Oh. thank you!" Iiennied the deTh worU's standard f.mrtly fir ktdntj, Speake tlvtr, b nljf r -- d uricacM tr jblm.nj lighted Muriel, "you are too kind to of Mr Hil l Mrs Jesse Doohn nml Mrs. N.tlnral H.mmlr of Holland tin 1690. me." all druggists. Guaranlafd. Hughe "I fear I am working against my own and Matter Itnlph Hughes Thfrr t far lU a.m. (UM MJI .rf Ui Intereit In encouraging Mr. lilrd to , tr.t t' e week rnl with Mr Jim c.p o fm,LIa a4 sorai' day steal you nwuy from us," said Mrs. Secrlst smilingly. "Oh, I think there Is no danger of that," rejMnil,i the blushing Muriel, but secretly hoped so. Everybody about tho house Idolized the charming girl who hail n smile and n kind word for the humblest menial. Tbey all exhibited Interest and sympathy In her anticipated evening of enjoyment with tho manly, handsoms young fellow who was to escort her to the opera. All tho afternoon tho housekeeper and the nurse took charge of the children so that Muriel would have ample leisure to prepare nnd drew for the occasion. About dusk Muriel went Into Mrs. Secrlst's room of which she had been left the key. She was enchanted to think of tho generous Invitation to use what articles of Jewelry she liked horse-and-bugg- q und n modest neck pin and a ring with a neat setting were chosen nnd worn with complacent happiness. and satisfied with her choice. Muriel was about to go downstairs when elm n clog to open a drawer, her eyes were fixed upon an article of adorn-men- t that fairly fascinated her. In enraptured ecstacy Muriel feasted her eyes on tho beautiful necklace that looked up at her from Its nest of satin. "It Is the lovely one that Mrs. Secrlst wears on grand occasions, so precious and envied." sho murmured. "How careless to leave such n valuable belonging In an unlocked drawer. exOh, you beauties! How does It look on met Oh. If I dared If I dared I" Sho thrilled and trembled at the suggestion of what n rare threo hours pleasure she could havo from wearing this marvel of worth and beauty. Her breath camo quick as sbo gazed upon her reflection In the mirror. How proud Itoger would be of her I For re. ence sho could pose as a grand lady, Indeed. Yes, sho dared. Where was the barm? She would return It safely and no one would be tho wiser." "You make ono think of some royal queen," Itoger whispered to her as removing her wraps at the opera house she suggested the acme of royal opulence. Muriel was In a fervent glow of delhcht all that evening. The tender parting words of Itoger rewarded her for looking so lovely. She ran up the stairs to her room satisfied. Jubilant, perfectly happy, and then "The necklace I It's gone.!" fell from appalled lips. Well might the words almost scream from her ashen lips. Well might she quiver and reel. Sho sank to n chair gasping for breath. A cold horror Out came Into her face. Then sho ran down tho stairs through the vestibule even out to the curb, looking everywhere, returning sick at heart, weeping In despair that seemed to shroud Slctyour (mao-cordin- g the world In darkness. She restored to tha roads to the opera cloak to Its wonted cabIt ley I n sandy or hilly couninet and stole to her bed feeling guilty U. S. try, wherever the foing as some thief. it opt to be heavy Tha She passed a restless night. In the U. 3. Nobby. morning sending wonl to the houseFor ordinary country keeper thnt sho was III. Itoger railed, S. roods The U. S. Chain to go away anxious and deiondlng, or Utco. for she would not eo him. What For front wheeb Ttie would Mrs. Secrlst say at the loss of U. S. Plain. her priceless possession! How could For best results sho atone for this reckless dalliance erctyw mra U. S. with vanity at such a frightful costT Royal Cords. Muriel dreaded the hour when confession must come. Sho shrank down S. uuiong tho pillows the second morning when she heard Mrs. Secrlst In the ball solicitously Inquiring about her, "The poor dearl" sounded the sweetly sympathetic tones, "I mutt console and nurse her. Tell the house t to be very qulvt until our dear Is quite USCOPIAW U. S. well again." "Ob, Mrs. Secrlst! tlitf necklace;" burst forth Muriel as the lady entered the room, and theit she was dumb as her atartled eyes fell upon the necklace In Mrs. Secrlst's hand. "Yes, I found It caught In tho lining of my opera cloak. It Is only tho replica, you know, worn for ordinary occasion. Tint real necklace Is at tuy banker's. Why, my love quick! quick!" screamed Mrs. Secrlst. "Miss Muriel has fainted away." It was to arouse sobbing out In tha lad loving anus of the Ky. Lick. Ky. the wretched story of her two day of dread and sorrow, a hostage to vanity. Hughe. and family at Valley View. Mr. Mildred Ham and Interesting swTil if T CARDS. 0.1SI. ! fr Ntiptr M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Offlci. ovar Th Phoni Orilc 5. LANCASTER, - FLOUR G.rr.rd ft I U.nlc. He.ldfnc. 376. KENTUCKY, ' il DON'T DESPAIR COLD MEDAL J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, .'t KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hours 8 to 12 and to S p.m. a Nf.B .J. A. Beazlev Join the Amcricau this Post. hUNERflL DIRECTOR O.Hre Over National Hank. HesidcncH t'hor.e 3. Ofllce'I'hone'.27 LANCASTER, JKY Ll M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Dr. Printus Calls Walker Day or VETERINARIAN. Aniw.rtd Night. LANCASTER. There were some prettq long waits for the Doctor in daijs Promptly Phon 317. KENTUCKY. the Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. I'linl jiJohn M. McRoberts. M you make healthier and hap A K E it easier to get around and N. L. PREWITT pier communities. No one any longer questions the worth of the automobile or begrudges any legitimate pense connected with it. Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 mn WHITE & CO. L0UMV1U.E, KY. Uksrsl aassrtmsat aaa full value atakf But millions of car owners arc rebelling at the idea that running an automobile has got to mean was Every now and then you hear a neighbor complain that "he doesn't seem to have much r."FURS MMes anal iSS HOHS Mt SUM lro ttti luck with tires." Send him to us. The minute a man begins to question the service his tires arc giving him, he's ready to listen to reason. Our business is built on the principle that the only way to get better tire service is to get better tires to start with. That's why wc have taken the representaTires. tion for U. hr The undersigned hereby sire warn-Vi- s to all persons not to trespass upon lur land? for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially tales notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, R. L. Elkln, Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Iligglnbotbam, Edd and N. B. Price. S. C. Rlgsby. D. M. Anderson. n. L. Barker B. L. Kclley. J. C. Rlcsby- Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy POSTED True. fOMOORD-KSCf-CKUf- Tires have a reputation for quality. Built up through years of creating better tires. Such as the straight side automobile tire, the pneumatic truck tire. It is not by chance that U. Tires arc made by the oldest and largest rubber concern in the world. Tires in Wc arc proud to represent this community. The more we see of coif the more we are Impressed with the thought that the rime Is very much like life lUvJf. Almnt every dub Imagines himself com(eteut to glvo the other fellow advice. r .Si Vf MBU.?srBl.,MV,'K .era?! IfSiU' -- Hazelwood Sanatorium Aisoclstlon (or tiritmcnt of tuberthe culoid In all lu suets at Itn ttam aJ.-qui- United States Tires PAINT LICK GARAGE. Paint For th Trtntment of TutvrcuWs MilntitarJ by the Louliillle ait. kind-hearte- boird, medical attention, UunJry, etc lUeh giouod Dellglit-lu- l iimounJIngi. Special utei for Im miIm.I II Mcmuir, Uh P Um.ii m4M. 4a Ourt4, tUmJul jli.lli. M Iwum t, LtnUlt, . Ratti SIJ.0Q per wtk, mU Tbs girls of th period dot the scape o'er. land- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July I 1920. 3f1BE 3 F1E RHODA ROYAL'S Big Circus Coming When the circus comes to town it creates a "powerful" lot of excite' mcnt, ns they say down south, and the aforesaid excitement commence for the small boy and other little folks about the time the first car containing the young men who pott works of art upon the bill boards, arrives. "The Circus is coming!" Is the delightful shout of the small ur chin, as he gates upon the big bills that announce the date of the great canvns entertainment, which is to be in LANCASTER, on Tuesday, July 13th. As time flits on apace, and circus Bargains We are offering the following prices for TEN DAYS ONLY Classified Column RATESi Single Insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders mutt be paid promptly. Highest Market Price Pail FOR WHEAT AND RYE We will Buy or StoreSacks Free. Your Wheat Is Insured With Us. c . Hay Rakes $35.00 up. Mowing Machines $65. up. 2 Old Hickory Wag3-4- OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. Try a Sack Todny. We Deliver In Town. FOR SALE heifer calf. Extra nice Jersey S. B. Henry, in. ons $140.00 If you want a bargain, act quick as the above can not be bought wholesale at these prices now. Conn ni Brothers. to do about it? "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." The Central Record lnued Weakly. $1.50 Payable In Advance. ir.i.i. Year. Mrs. Harding, wife of the BiJ presidential nominee, started feminine tongues to moving by wear J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. ing n pair of frayed gloves after her R. L .ELKIN', Local Editor and Mgr. return home from the convention Now If the better half of the demo' Entered at the Post Office in Lan- crntic nominee can be persuaded to Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s appear in public with n pair of ripped Matter. stockings the feminine fireworks will be so illuminating we men will have Luculcr, Ky.. July 1, 1920 amusement enough to last throughout the campaign. Member Kentucky Press Association Don't worry over a little thing like having your sugar rationed to you Fcmcn Advrrti.tnf Kept enume THE AMrHICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION again. We humble individuals should do nothing to interfere with those $ates For Political Announcements. amiable gentlemen who so delight in Kor Precinct and City OITices.-$5.0- 0 exporting enormous qualities of 10.00 sugar to Europe at stupendous proFor County Offices For State and District Offices. .16.00 fits to themiclvcs. For how else can .10 they get richer quicker? For Calls, pcrline .10 For Cards, per" line .'-The Fourth is n day of joy to the For all publications in the intersmall boy with a bunch of firecrackest of individuals or ejeprcs-sio- n ers. To the man of maturity it is of individual views, per 10 often one of regret that he can not line .05 exchange places with the boy. Obituaries, per lino .... FOR CONCRESS. We aro authorized to announce RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election, Saturday, August 7, 1020. FOR CONGRESS. And now it will be quite the correct thing for nil sorts of people without brains to inquire into the mental capacity of our respected candidates for the presidency. In Japan the peanut crop is reported as normal. In America it is exceptionally .good, especially in political circles. Between the girl with a pretty face to announce We are authorized COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson and the one with pretty manners it county, a candidate for the Demo is not difficult for a sensible man to nomination for Congress in make a choice. cratic this, the Eighth Congressional Dis Some girls marry for love and some trict of Kentucky. State Primary for money, but most of them marry Election, Saturday, August 7. 1920. vhen they get a good chance. With the elimination of Carranxa the Mexican government appears eager to win the friendship of the United States, and the introduction of much needed American capital into that strife ridden country. There ts a way, if the Mexicans care to pursue it. Make American life and American investments as safe south of the Rio Grande as they are north of it, and recompense Americans for the logics they have sustained in the past. When that Is done America will believe in the sincerity of Mexico, but until then nil protestations of friendship must be taken with a liberal application of salt. The W. C. T. U. Jnrrcd the best portion of the earth when they put old John Barleycorn out of business in the United States, but these estimable, charming and altogether delightful ladies will be doomed to many a jar themselves before they succeed in forcing a system of scientific mating upon the romantic people of this country. You can't make love by resolution any more than you can prevent an old buck from making a d. f. of himself in the presence of a young filly. No, sir! We object. without even first consulting our! wife. EVERYBODY Is Going To The tauqua. Chau- Indications Point To Record Attend ance. The splendid programme provided by the Redpnth Chautauqua this season for Lancaster is very pleasing to the patrons, guarantors, and friends of this enterprise in Gurrard county. They feel sure that those who attend this year will be repaid twice over the cost of the action tickets which are selling rapidly. The management asks that those who huvc pledged for season tickets get them nt the banks or drug stores or ladies furnishing stores so that the total cash on hand from the sale of tickets mny be checked up by noon tomorrow. Astronomers at Harvard university CHAUTAUGUA, tell us that about 200,000 years ago u small star collided with a dark neDon't MISS this TIRE AND TUBE bula, the friction cauiinir a irreat con OPPORTUNITY. It will save you flagration, or flareup. This illumina-- j money, and for ten days only you can tion, according to the astronomers, cat UNITED STATES ROYAL has been traveling through space to CORDS, GOODRICH, SILVERTOWN ward us at the rate of 18C.O0O miles! CORDS AND GENERAL CORDS a second, and is Juit beginning to be WAY BELOW THEIR VALUE. noted through the most powerful COME QUICK, ALL SIZES. telescopes. Now what are you going IIASELDEN BROTHERS GARAGE. The friendly feeling exhibited by all classes of the community to this great educational and musical enter talnment is encouraging to those who have it in charge. Parents are especially urged to buy season tickets for their children as well as for themselves. It Is u liberal education for all the family. BOOST FOR THE We hnve a full line of Rough tex N'ot lun jig-- , the Wr run. a Brick for traveling salesman iite! ,i ertai'i Honorable Mayor. City Council and ture Face anil Common porch columns or any purpose. small town ami sold the prupnelor People of Lancaster, Ky Garrard Milling Co. of its general store a order f jewWhere, the f ranehise now held by elry. When th Jewelry arrive! it us is void by reain of being in connged white was net WANTED Middle repfawtd. and tfer mer- flict with the Htate Constitution, artel lady to help about the house and cook chant etm4tuefitty return it. Hut Whereas, we have no franchise for 30-J- , Mrs. Jane M. Rote, the wholeMh hautr nevertkernw atPhone eporotins: our plant in the City of Bryantsville. Ky tempted to rolWct th bill, and dre LoMfaator, Ky., hecauee the same is sight draft on the mcrrlkant thru void aforosatd, the City Council wf FOR SALES Five Passenger Ford a local tank, whsrh returned the the City of LaMeaster. Ky., ami the car in first class condition at a bar the M E Church gain. Inquire nt Dcathcrage Gar draft unhsmored. The whlalra (lukuc McncraMy are hereby notified Of then wrote to the postmaster about that we will on August 1st, 1120, nr ClO-tf- . age. the financial stsmdinsr of the mer- a soon thereafter as practical, move Danville, Held Here. FOR SALE Registered Duroc chant ami the poalmaetar replied la- all our pole and electrical equipment pigs at farmers prices; also some high conically that it was () K. By re- from the street of the cit ef I n tiDelightful Program Rendered. bred, cholera immuned, stock shoots, turn mnil the wholesalers retra Mated cs tcr, Ky. him to collect the account and they Thi notice is given as a legal noThe 32nd Session of Danville l)i sows and pigs at shippers prices. received the following reply: "The tice, a we T. J. Underwood. understand that reasonMeetings of the Kentucky An Phone trict undersigned is the merehnat em wtiom C3-7- t. Paint Lick, Ky able notice must be given before we nual Conference of African M. E. you attempted to palm oil your can remove SAhl property and disChurch, convened at Lancaster Ky., TIREIN-SOLEthe "Mile Multi. worthless good. The uadorte'gaetj continue said plant. Juno 22 25th. 11)20, at St. Andrews plier" the greatest miracle-worke- r fer is president and owner of the imnk We are willing to do anything we A. M. E. church, of which the enur making nil automobile tires "TUNC to which you sent your sisrsit draft. Rev. A. W. John getie nnd faithful can to with the city in se. undersrgned is the TURE PROOF". Eliminates trou- - The son is pastor. raring a franchise for the purpose of bles, increases resiliency. Doubles to whom you wrote, and tW UMoVr- fHraraJiinK electric light and power to Rev. J. W. Frazier Presiding Elder Tire Mileage. slgned la the lawyer whewe seme the rituens ef the city, I nit we can opened with appropriate remarks. Coy Sanders. Agt. you sought to obtain for your Rev. W. C. Orten was elected sec nefarietM business. If th under- - ot continue it further without exretary and Mrs. A. L. Moore, assist FOR SALE: One pair of Fair signed were not also pooicr of th pensive additional equipment, and ant. The Ministerial Institute was banks stock scale, good as new; one church at this place he would toll this we can not do at the present ratos and without n legal franchise The papers were pair of computing counter senles, you to go to hell. held the first day. rotoctiag us in our rights. well prepared and instructive. perfectly good: one 8 foot oval shew Done this April 2(lth, 1020. The Welcoming Exercises were of cam; and one store home stove. All The average man is death en cm. a high order, and the citizens putting are in perfect condition and will be sip, except when his wife is relating Respectfully submitted, the same into action left room only sold cheap if taken at once. BASTIN' BROTIIKRS, the latest piece of rcan !a! nbout lis W. T. King, Lancaster, Ky for praise. neighbor. By II V Bastin tf Rev. Frnncr, instead of his usunl FOR SALE One modern seven Annual address, read Scripture les sons Romans X nnd XII Chapters also room dwelling on Lexington Street I Tim IV. He gave fatherly advice Just in the town limit with electric and called attention to what was ex lights, water in the yard, concrete peeled of ministers as to feeding of walks, good barn, garage, and all the people from the Word of God necessary out buidings. This pkiee would be worth $2000 He said "They mutt have an estima. themselves, but it must be a 00 more than we ask with a little tion of Christian estimation. "?The paper on work, such as painting nnd a few the subject, "What are the fruits of small oild job. This place will have Solvation?" was read by Rev. K to be seen to be appreciated. Phore Colemanjr. It was adopted as sonse or call on C. 11. Turner at the ("en of Ministerial Institute' and ordered tal Garage Phone 00. sent for publication in Christian ReS. H. & Til corder, Southern Christian Records lU'port of tlit I'oiiilHlnn and A. M. E. Review. or Til K Durings the meetings sermons of lxT'. wm myBr ut ai power, filled with the spirit eloquentCo & Bank FOR NEW HOMES ly delivered were preached by Rev's. W. H. Crowdcrs, A. Pope, J. T. Par-ri- s funk Laa-.- r tla( btiiliMM al and Rev, C. W. Allison, Presiding Combij l H.i j.nl. i l There nrr 76,000 ttvn U tbe patented TIIK IUWK or BlISa- - O.V Tilt. Elder of Lexington District. Rev. AT C&lrsiC IlprUieJ Fumart In every state A. T. Clnrk, Supt A. C. E. Leagues of In the Udtui ftatm. In Canuila and in 19th day of June 11)20. Kentucky, Annual conference, was Alaska. Every ustt is a Cviny reason by ytm UuaM have a CahviC livery user a present and held an interesting ses KKi40t'KC. nrnts aial pktle that your family sion for the leagues of district. I ittt l. Luaua tail IIImmmibXh CALORIC HEAT cienmt and economy when il,rrUr.lll..MIHIril a tut a awe at erf '.IT .: Mrs. I. II. Miller District Supt., of KIKU. MtHH awl Ml thcOdcsiC comes Into your home. I1.M4XU earllM MJ.I1) 'i FOR OLD HOMES Ikuat llauaa S. S. called the convention to order i;iufrutu aaiHi Im aoovi rruai tno IN on lo.tsv IOITMA OIO OCMI 01 Ml : Kloml the second dny. The young people Check . asttl 4lM aaah ItoaM amiSUMIUM,ai. wmicm tsalMID . S.UX tlabiUg llee.e. showed a groat religious awakening. vita A CalomiC TattJ life. The papers read were well prepared UA1IIMTIE4 being both interesting anil instruc Tin CJnIC beats cooes cl l& rooms or leaf. M In. Is aMMW " o rerufae, Clrrt yoo wauer cuaJoctla tive. Dr. E. W. Overstrcct of Stan Capital Sloes rerrr n4a, aiaUtrt ad duoo. txeeatabur ol ford and lire. McClelland CunningflUbf 141 and laklr oon loeee eacb traKia, anil lame ytUl ' Earn H 10 M ham of Lnncuiter were elected Lay Iirfo.it.utaMllotliMk loaMtl r Inata0d la U4 Imui ee T1mrlM-lKi.ilSI.2MI Ik .. mo. UHuOrloa dr. Vlaaulacturfdand luataa-Idelegates to Kentucky Annual Con- UtrlUol Cli.ek. I by IL Woolue Stun CueapMr, Clatlaaall. ference which meets at Harrodtburg, line ll.uk. aad Trott CauiialM fuaraalte tks and tavkM Lr our vwn ivmioalNorn, Vst it UialyuiimuetUcnapMrlirull.rinl. llot .... llUle I'aiaUe M.iaoiO Ky. Olbrr liatrilttlee aot lasted.! uu iu noil fcr1r.ta the Iuu4 14 wtkal uo Iw Visiting ministers :I)r. G. F. David, any ol above be aril. Kavlrifi IwuCalko. del .. I.H1 ' Presiding Elder of the Frankfort le.lle au.l Trw.l ftmd District alto Rev. J. A. Hill of the Total. t tM.sn t same district, Rev. C. W. Allison, of State ( Kentoety. County ol (larrard. Hcl Lexington District and Rev. K. JohnWe.lt. i: MeKobtrta and J W. KXtautt ltil HASELDEN aUe uimcd lleut son, Kentucky Annual Conference rtcnl ao1 Ca.blef ul theIbe atie elateitrni lio.eltmulj .wear ll.al It truelw the bed f our kaottlnlfe en Ixllel Missionary. H. K. McKoWtlt.l'itiident The evening services were greeted ). W. Klinoie.Oaiblef by a great concourse of people. and Collected and reported from all Subscribed 1K.M. i worn to before me thleiMu dtr of Juue sources $310.00. Hopper, Notary labile. My sawtnU-IoWill a. eiblrct rebruary li, Yrt, Thus goes into history the greatest I "AT I lostoa i of the district meetings. biatatotii TtU ORICINAi nreiESSITU FURNACE TRIPU- inc fkiiUx JUv. E. Coleman, Jr., Reporter. r.B.Mukibury. T.J. Frlce.Br. W.II.BroeoJ Tio U .S.Ce. day draws near, the enthusinam of the small boy is shared by hi elders, and when the circus comes, his father and mother, and inters and cousins and aunts, eleven or seven of them, w.ll nil go Just to take that small boy to the circus. They may, however, be excutcd when it M considered that the Rhodn Royal Big Railroad Show-icoming with an aggregation of ring attractions and great zoological collection from the jungles and forests of Ave continents. 'Hits is a Urge three-rin- g circus, a monster menagerie, which, by the way. Is entirely distinct and separate from the wild beast show, which constat of all Kinds of ravage brutes, exhibited in startling performances in n huge circular cage, the same as seen in European capitals, New York and Chicago, at the Atlanta Exhibition. Then there is a real Roman hippodrome, and a world of wonders which space forbids a detailed account of here. All in nil the Royal shows are held to be the most sur prising and pleasing unification of all that is new and wonderful in the cir cus world. There wtll be a grand street parade, and the tent will be pitched at the Bastin Field, Lexing ton Street. s steel-barred FOR SALE New 1920. Five reom Heights. Bungalow in Hmelden (See. Hatcher Priced to sell. FOR RENT Five iww, suitable far offices or living purposes. Feed of All Kinds Field seeds, Bale Ties, Genuine Kannwna Salt, Lime, Snnd, Portland Cement, Kock, (ieodloc and Walker Bre. Brick. FOR SALE: Jersey bulls. Phone 184. Two dandy yearling Geore B. Rehtnoon BUY YOUR WINTER COAL NOW. It Laocaater. K. will be harder to tfet later on. LOST: Between LMNetMter and Hyattsville, a 5 A trade murk rug Phone Return to O. W. 330 A Ilyattavillc. Ky. I!. lt-p- d- ngont far the Studebaker Automobile. Can make delivery at once on S l'aaseiiKcr. O. C. Walker I am Hudson 8c Telephone 26. Farnau Lan- - FOR SALK Ferd Touring car 1918 model, Ceod running condition. cheap. i'reseett Brown. lt-p- To The Citizens of He Was Proprietor caster, Ky. Of The Town. : DISTRICT MEETING African 7-- t. 0.1-2t-p- d BSSSSSSSLBSSt'! Hia A a Garrard Trust f nnir upt i9 CAli 7M . . . . el . . BROS The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July STILL TRIMMING PRICES AND NOT CUSTOMERS. c 1,1 920 Tuesday, the Hev. Homer Carpenter, pastor of the Plrst Christian church, POST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. of this city, performing the ceremony. Misa Alberta Anderson l viiitltiK The attendants were Mis Mac Phelps One Mower left $75.00; 10 ft. steel Hny Rake $45.00; relative In Lexington. and Mr. Kaglc Doty, Mr. and Mrs. 5 Tooth and Riding Cultivator at Cost; Ranges from $27.50 up Mr. Jennie Kavannuch Slavin was Plerntt will reside near Ijinrastcr, where he is In business. Hichmond to $100.00. Screen door and window cheap, Tobacco hoes, a vhdter ta Lancaster Monday. Mrs. W. U. Mo in Mtdillesboro. is vlilllng relatlv Christian Church Notes. Indiana Farms The electric fan were in use last For Sale. Sunday for the second time thi season. Hay fork etc, Ice Cream Freezers, $5.50; Refrigerators, Coal oil Stoves $25.00; Brown Buggies, Mogul Wagons, Harness and Saddles cheap. We can sell cheap because we don't have much rent to pay. We sell only quality goods. Mia Lrnm Celt, of Itiehmond l vreitini; her attnt. Mrs. I.. N. Miller. Mr. Waotfalh, af I.exinirton, hns been viiitinc Mr. and Mrs. William Lear. Mr. and Mrs. Jelf Dunn and Mr. Ike Dann af I.exlncton, were in Uin eaeter Monday. J. R. MOUNT The & CO. Deal House. Hay, Stock and Pities Scales CHKAP. Gossip About People N?vv? A r.rUI Virlian l trt Cominjo Gw3t by Thou Vt Art trtUrcitid ed In. Mies Clara Cooper, f Stanford, bt L.ttle Kannie Lee Walker hi spend the trat of Mia Angle Kinnainl on rent. Maple Avenue. ir.K the week with her ernnd Mr and Mrs. II. W. Itay en Hurk-e- e Mr. K. llrawn, of Stanford, spent pike. Wednesday with Mr. nml Mr. P.. Mr James Collier and Kranddauirh-t- i ProecaU llrawn. r who have been viitinr Iiacatvr Mbisa Aima and LaciHe Danabue, n lniivr, have retained to their home of Danville, have been recent guest in Ten of Mbw Carrw Miller. in Mr. KM. Mm lancaster. Mnda attending Minnie Juhn.tm tin? Normal School in Hichmond. . Ml.n f Pant !le nut ml Joaaie Mr. Stanley (.alley, af Minora! Mim Alice Saltan Harr .pent tb we oh tswl wMli Ms. Walt. Teaas, is vbrititiK I.ancar Lida nt Anna Xaw Ilraadu aa and IJarrard remtlvt. Mr. ad Mr. J. I. llaailhoa ha been rooesit vtsitoea m I Ml ...,. frimii has retnmi Vlnriala Masir visit U f tivndt in un(ord. Master Woo4eow WIsmmi Mo4e, of m vtartine Mr. Kmm Francis. Ixiflk'tM Johirton, of Mr. and Mr. VerMilles, spent tar week end with tancaster rdsttvea. HrsHtU-y M(m l.ula Star of Stanferd, vtsitlni: Mr. and Mr. V. I. Ssmpson on Richmond avenue. MUs AHsaada Arsderwm "pend- ing several weeks wit Indianapolis, lrtdM.au. relatives in Mr. Ilsrward H. Crater spwrt lac week wit mm eoMsta. UelpMro K. at Valley Vlrw. KMm Mhw llrdelt Robtason tptnl the Mr. week with her Mm n ttarlr and aunt, ami Mr. Walter Center. Imk Ray has retaraed from vbtt ta frwnds nad relative la Klekmwad and Krasikfort. it the MIm ANoae Fratsaaa af Losinsrlan, of Mum Mamie Storsse Dunn un HieatfMtad aveaue. iMt brother MtM Maude Clark ami eek cwd cunti of William were Misses Grade aad Lucy Lent:. Mr. Robert Notaad whi. hat len attending Stata University. Lexington, m at huwc far thr vacation. Mr. Cyrui Kason of Salvba. i In Lancaster fur a rWt to Mr. am! Mr. IV H. Cex and other relative here. Mr. J. M. Staunton of Camp Cordon (la., h tutpected far a viiit to her mother, Mr. H. A. II. Markabury. MIm Helen XorScct. of Harrods-Imrte the charsainr; kuwI of MW llcrnlco Champ, oa Maple avenue. W. AnVrOH returned ta Mr. G retire A. S.vrHoad lata re--t Akron OM, Tueoday after a pleasa rued from a bats party irvt by ant stay with Ma hm folks. Mtawa lint m moll an4 llartewe l.vin Mr. Jack Moshin. of Atlanta, was in (IraessitMirK. the house iroest of Mr. John McHob-er- u Mr. J. A. QaiMmbary. Mrs. V. II. danna the last week end. Thaasas, Mr. J. Q. A. MeDaweJt Had HaUey. ef Newman, Calif., Mr. .Mb Rmmalia HarWtoa. af DaaviHti arrived today, for an ux tended vbdt have bea recant iaesta of Mr. P. P. ta her father, CatK. T. A. Klkin. PritMe. Mb-- s Pranci Grant, who ha been IV. Dan C. F.lkin left far New City last Maa4ay, where he ha the trues ef Mis t.uh Amlerson, ha Yark 1h)Uc returnetl to her heme in Lexington. accepted a piwitkHi as Heerttal In 4irt;eoM in the I.ytHir-IMr. C. A. Hobinson hn returned that city. from a vstit to her iter. Mm. P. I). in Oarrard Mb- Margaret Haehley, whe ban Ciaiaea and Mr. (.aine been the bwuee tret ef her neiee, county. Mr. James I. Hamilton. left Monday Mr. Prank Stofer retunud to Lexfar a viit ia (JearHctawn before Koine to Cbuutnataa, N. Y. for the sum- ington hut Friday after n visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mllas and Mrs. Hubert mer raaatha . Carter. Mr. Prance Crautfcan and daughMr. and Mr. Prank Hroaddus, of ter. Mnrparet af Ilryantville,.were Mry. .VieblaviUc, were guost in the city the mMMvt lat week af Mr. and Cron-leJohn Yaler and family. Little Mb laat Monday of Mr. and Mr . Hroaddtt. accompaniKlisaboth Frances Yater ed them baajc far a weeks viit. Mr. Job Mershon, ef Corbin, was Monday. Mm SaMie Klkin invite.1 in the city latt Saturday nml spent a a mall circle of frioad to have tea few hours with Mhwoa Mayme and at aer heme with Mr. Anna Prnzoe Kthyl Walter. Halt, of Maysville. Ky. Her guest Mrs. Clt-- o Hrewn and .Mr. Mary wore Mr. Mae Huk'he Nokind, Mhxo Wilhamt. ef Mt. Vernon, Ky., are Kate ami Lillian Kinanlnl, Mls Ket. siting Mr. George F. Hrown on tha tle Woet and Mrs. S. C. Denny. Huckeye Pike. The reception Riven at the PresbyMr. W. M. Hogle ef New Orlean. terian church Wednesday evenlnp after prayer meeting was kiriely at- is the guest ef her uncle, Mr. Tom tended and proved a very enjoyable Wherntt and Mrs. Wherritt on LexalTalr. The decoration confuted ef ington avenue. pink rases and fern. lee cream, pink Mr. Claude Kice Gaines, who had and white iced cake were served. his tonsil and adoneid removed at Mr .and Mr. S. S. Lone entertain-e- d the Danville hospital Tuesday well today. several relative ami friend nt a dinner Sunday. Thetc present were Mrs. J. W. Crutcher of Crub Mr. and Mr. Kdd Clark, Mr. and of Palm Mr. Mlley Walker and dauchtcrs, Heach, and Mbs Mary Moore, the week Pla., are guests for MUe Marie, llaiel, and MIm Maude Clark ami Messrs William Clark and in Lancaster with Mrs. Hugh Logan. ltobert Itay. Hall of Maysville Mrs. Anna Mr. Julian atnnt a nit They will be used throughout the summer at the Sunday services and at prayer meeting as the weather Heglstcr. may demand. They arc proving quite Mr. Pieratt is a well known and satisfactory, rendering the auditorpopular huiinoM man of the Huckeye ium as pleasant ns the "shade of the section and has numerous friend in old apple tree" even en hot days. the town and county who wish them much happiness. We extend to hi The Christian Kndenvorcrs had an charming bride a cordial welcome to outing nt Dlx river last Thursday. our midst. Seme intentionally tried the water and some unintentionally, all finding it fine of course, while others amused Taylor-Poindext- er. themselves in divers ways. All enThe marriage of Mb N'cll Taylor, joyed the bountiful picnic dinner. Mr. Henry Moore, Mrs. J. A. Amon, of Hichmond, Ky.. to Mr. K. II. Mm. Samuel llaaehlen, Mrs. J. H. of Danville was nlomn!ed Hniehlen, Mr. W. S. Carrier, Mr, ami Thursday afternoon at the hame of Mr. K. 11. IlHurlnnd chaperoned the the airirmling minuter, Dr. T. C. crowd. on Kaat Maxwell street. The bride wore her traveling suit of blue Mrs. .1. A. Tucker's Sunday School with hat to match ami after the wedding she ami the bridegroom left to elA will give a social at the church make their hame in Wisconsin. The this (Thursday) evening. Refresh. ments will be served and a fine time n bride is the daughter of the Hapthu minister, Hev. Walter is anticipated by these young ladie- Taylor and Mr. Taylor at Hichmond, and gentlemen and their guests. and Mr. Paindcxter i the son ef Mr. Class has A Teacher Training and Mrs. Charles Poindexter. of been in the Sunday School Danville. I.eximrton Herald. and will Itoarin work next Sunday. The New Standard Teacher Training Home." Course la very interesting and this I.. J. Sanford the popular harneas-mako- r work ought to prove very helpful to is home attain with Haelden all who will take it. The class will Hrather. and you will find him fully meet at the Sunday Sehool hour. equipped with pccinl machinery etc and all equipment for the making of The service last Sunday were wed harness, ami all kind of strap work, attended, the audience nt preaching and general repairing, nml no one services being quite large. The Sunneed an introduction to him, for all day School attendance was larger are familiar with his work and know titan the preceding Sunday but smallit to be the t that money ran Inn. er than it was a few Sundays ago. All You want a good et of wagon membera are urged to be faithful In breeching, and we arc headquarters attendance at Sunday School nnd for thi work, and we nre prepared to church in order that the proverbial summer slump may be avoided. furnish you with Imrnes of all kinds and you will United States, Goodrich, Goodyear, make no mistake in calling on us, n our entire harness department will be General and Pisk tires at special under hi supervision nnd he will also prices for a few days only, come u a genernl salesman, and we quick while you have a good stock to bficit your busine select your sizes. HascMen Hrothcrs. Hasclden Brothers Garage. Poin-dexter, He-towell-knowd Huy n good rrntn stock or tobacco farm in Indiana, All sites priced from $38 to $200 pr aero, one 350 acre in Henry county, all level at $175.00 per acre. Terms to suit. Lots of the Kentucky beys arch uylng some of these rare bargains. I will meet you at the train and take care of you while you arc look Ing them over Warren H. Murray, It. It. d. Conncrsvlllc, Ind. For Up-To-Da- te s t Roofing, i :- - Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Repairing, SEE OR PHONE : and allkinds of : "Back Tin Work P.B.Wiiliams&Co : J (juick Lar.-nste- r, er.ce K. a. and Gocd Work l'-- LAD HANGING FORK FARM. OF REGISTERED JERSEY DULL SERVICE FEE $5.00 CASH. ONE MILE OUT DANVILLE PIKE. Arch Overttrert In charts and he lio order to collect In advance. C. H. SWNEBROAD. y prar-tK-all- y Or-cha- Fraiee Iva acMiss I'ormelin Itobinoan T We bat returned fram Mr. y cepted a iwition a clerk in the a visit to her daughter. Mr It.. T. ef Mr. W. II. llalL MIm Kobln. Hmliry ami Mr. Ksabry ia Lexington. son is a very efficient and popular k returnotl clork nml will be clad te welcome Mia Lena Hnwbt fram n ploasaat vMt t Mtss Mary her numerous friend where she will Dunn nml Mrs W. O. May in Danville. furnhkM their need, in the Krocory pro-eer- Ky., was in Lancaster the first of the week "speaking n good word" for Hamilton College, lodging with Mrs. Km nut Kautfman and having table cheer with Mrs. Hugh Logan. Mrs. J. C. Amis and son, Hillie. of Arkansas, have beon guests of her brother, Mr. W. 11. Moss and Mr. Mas on Lexington avenue. It ha boon fourteen yeas since Mrs. Amis baa beon in Kentucky and rveral motor triiw wore given in hor honor. H gonp fccore TONE as brilliant as the sparkle of gems anil as sweet as ah old love song as clear as the Sabbath :hurch bcilr. chimes and as true as the ring of a this is Sonora's tone which was awarded the highest THE INSTRUMENT OF QUALITY i line. at the Panama i'aciiic Imposition. SlmpHn spent ht. Saturday Mm. U L Matfcewa f IW plku. Mr. Patsy Simpson aad Mrs. Dill with RWmo Itev. sad Mr. P. M. Tinder, ef MMdletawn, have been Kuests of thoir ilauchtur. Mr. and Mr. Hen .Vartfc I.aUnen. They were aeeempaiiiod I GIANT TIHES. 30x3 $12.75 Tuos-da- y Dr. I'riaUis Walker Has rcturRwl by Miss Delhi Tiader who left Mr. Waller Hudson arrived in the for a trip to the Mammoth Cave. he attended from Part Thnnias where Monday for a few months "Tin Kentucky Votortswry Aci-ntian.- " I!ev. Prank Tinder also Joined the city mt stay with hi parent. Mr. and Mrs. party. 11. P. Mr. Hudion ba Hudson. Mr. ami Mrs. Maraball Itay enMr. Nunnuly, of Staaford, Mrs. tertained nt a delightful dinner last spent the mt year or mare in Kcqua-dor- , from which place he came here Morri anil ntn af Oklahama, wore Thursday. Mrs. James Poster, Mr. Kuesta af Dr. ami Mrs. Al I'rlee on 1.. I.. Mnthew. Mrs. James Day Hay. direct. Monday. Mr. ami Mrs. William Lear gave a Mrs. Henry Hay and children, Mrs. Mr. Henry I'nulconer and little John Yater and children, Mrs. Jam- dining Wednesday in honor of Itev. daUKhtor, KnthcHne Shelby and es Hick and children, Mrs. Ollic P. M. Tinder and Mrs. Tinder, of TIui guet pre-en- t Charlotte, of HilUhoro, Ohio., arc the Illark, Mr and Mr Will Pretton Xorth Middletown. were Hev. 11 II. Hourland, wife KUet of her mother, Mr. V. H. and baby. An enjoyable day was Hnstm and son, Mr. and Mr. Ho fpent by ail prcient. Miuon, on Stanford avenue, and little daughter, Mr. ami Mrs. V. A. Lear and daughter, Mrs. Wool-folof Lexington and William Tinder, The day proved a most one. 11 Wk'W mil :1 ,11. AS A B CLEAR ELL is made for those who want the best for those to whom quality is the leading attraction. When you purchase a Sonora you have the pride of powessing a instrument of matchless tonal beauty, graceful and elegant in appearance, with more important and exclusive feature than any other phonograph. The trade mark Sonora means to you and to all your friends that you arc the owner of what the public rccog nizes and accepts as being I It' W! I II 30x3 $14.75 SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS $1.00 Per gallon from barrel $1.10 Per gallon, 5 gallon cans gallon, 1 gallon cans, $1.25 Per BUY THE BEST. I II C. WaWen, son of Mr. Jusse Waldtn of Danville, who has been in California for tome months write very delightfully of the Pacific Coat. He mention an entertainment at which he was a guest given at the elegant Los Angolos home of herself Lancasami husband by n ter lady, remembered here n Mis Minnie KUiott. sister of our towns, man, Dr. Win. Btllott, one-time II ilssfc?-3 XKv The Highest Class Talking Machine in the Pforld Prices fCo to 1501 Mrs. J. ft. Anion Lancaster, Ky. KJli lL SANDERS L VARIETY We Sell For Less. STORE fewell Pietntt, 27, Din- new man rf Garrard county, and Mis Maty Doty. 27, n member of the fac u'ty of Caldwell High School, an 1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Doty, were marred at the homo of U bride, on the Irvine pike, near town, Thorn. tJm Soaofi imw, fUf nunjr Iioki, Su ia; oa til ilrtl nniSt Itltttl kl mutJj. Tluf fwMftn wvl with itxuatimit if fiwi4 ixflc Imiok Um iccwJi' lift. Jun( 25? vciTSTn.a. . The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, July I, 1920 133 THE HOME OF HOMES ON BUCKEYE PIKE OF 41 THE ROBERT GULLEY HOME TRACT ACRES, WELL IMPROVED SAND STONE LAND AT In Three Tracts or as a whole, on LONG TIME payments, "the kind to buy", Saturday, JULY 3rd, 1920, 10 A. M 4 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 out building, including garage, all in first class condition; one large extra good stock barn, one newly built tobacco barn, one good 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 wil earn its way in the meantime. up-to-da- te 1 Any tnnn with a small amount of capital and the right determination, with a home like this before him, with the long time payments olio red, .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 Archidean Hradshaw will have for sale and inspection six jacks and four Angus bulls, loose in the bam yard, at 12 o'clock promptlv. "And XfbucliRilnvzzi'r 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 the bam yard, sprinkled with 550 quarts of government whiskey, to bu ucd (in medical pur DEMONSTRATED: poses only) Crowd to remain in yard while hay is being prepared, all those who are watering at the mouth will please stand at the lower sido of the yard, thow who are not watering have your salivary glands prized open with a crow bar. Women whose husbands are a little breechy please bring your mule yokos along, see 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 as the heighth of impropriety to butt while eating. Men will not be expected to return for a "knife" or a "hose supporter", this will be cared for. Should it become necessary for any suffragette to go to the barn yard for her husband who has not returned, hitch ropes will be furnished and if by mistake she should get one of the animals that belong to Hill and Hradshaw. the generous otrer 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 Day I'll Wander Hack." For further particulars see: D. POINT LEAVE LL. (Delayed) A. THOMAS. I tul., is J. I. HAMILTON. Mr. John Merrirnan of Indianapolis hern viiiting hiJ parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Merrirnan. Mis Mary Dell is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hammonds Mr. J. E. Hammonds is in Dayton and son, Kelsy. have been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. S. A. Hammonds. Ohio. Messrs Leonard Hammonds, Ojcar Miss Fannie Smith spent Saturday Fisher, Murril Hammonds and Jesse night with Miss Clydle Wooten. Dollins spent Sunday in Crab See us for Bale Tics. nnd son Keliy nnd Mr. Merril Hammonds motored to Kichmond Thurs day and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. d. Hudson and Farnau. Mrs. Jim Anderson and son Walker Miss Hattle McQuerry 'pent Saturday night with Miss Zillah Ditlion. and daughter Georgia Edith have returned from a visit to her parents in Miss Jennie Hammack who has Richmond. attending school at Bcreu is at been Mr. John L. West has returned to home. Cincinnati after a few days visit to Miss Stella Hammack who has been Mr. and Mrs. William West and Mr. touching in Michigan is home for a Traylor West. summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hammonds 24-2- Joe Hammonds. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Wooten nnd little daughter, Geneva nnd neice, Martha Wooten. spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sowdcrs. Mrs. J. E. Hammonds anil daughter May, entertained delightfully Sunday at dinner u number of relatives. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Hignite and son Louis, and Mrs. W. M. Metcalf nnd daughter Mary Dane, and Miss Martha Iiush Metcalf of Paint Lick and Misses Mary and Ethyl Hammonds. WOLF TRAIL. Mrs. Harve McCulley spent Wednesday with Mrs. Jasper Matthews. Mrs. Allie Reynolds nnd children spent the week end in Madison with relatives. Mrs. James Matthews and spent the day Wednesday with Mrs. Mose Hay. Mr. and Mrs. OttU Stotts nnd duughtur wore with Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Stotts Monday. Mrs. Aaron Simpson nnd daughter were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Powell Uailey Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Itice Warner and Mr. nnd Mrs. Trade Warner spent the week end with Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Cot- 37 ACRES OF GOOD SANDSTONE LAND ftT AUCTION The thirty-seve- n 40 or 50 FARMS FOR acre farm, known as the "old J. N. Teater home-place- " near Buckeye, will be sold publicly on SALE OR EXCHANGE. If you want to Buy n Farm change a Farm see Sell a Farm or Ex- Saturday, July 3rd, AT W. T. KING The Auctioneer and Ileal Estate Man. R. F. D. No. 1. 2:30 P. M. .The place lies within one half mile of Buckeye, right on the pike, LANCASTER, KY. Auctioneering n specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. ton. Allen Tenter, John Daily ami Wilbert Dailey spent a delightful afternoon with Mrs. Homer Hay s THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It. DENNY, President. 8. C. DENNY, Cashier Surplus 430,000. J. E. Ilook-keeper. STOKMES. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. Vice-Prest. Book-Keeper. J. It. HARMS, Individual HUGH MODLEY, General WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. 0. Swlnebroad, Alex U. Denny, J. II. Posey, J, E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley und Mr. and Mr. Hugh Moberley were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Mob- vley last week. Mrs. Elijuh McMillian und Master ilolmnn J., were the guest of Mrs. Wilbert Dailey Monday, Miss Pert Dailey wus a guest Monday night. Mcsdames Jumes Sanders and Sum Johnson were visitors of Mrs. Elijah McMillian Friday, Mrs. Carl Mober-le- y was a guest in the ufternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Harmon Davis and children, Mr, and Mrs. Hunter Davis, and daughter, Mrs. Raymond Davis und daughter and Mrs. Drew Davis were entertained Saturday evening at an Ice cream supper by Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Simpson and Miss Thelitis Simpson. near a good school and near a good church. The land is exceedingly n fertile, having been in blue grass for years until last year. Every foot of it tobacco land and all of it ideal building sites. A large tobacco barn is one of the improvements and will hold' four acres of tobacco. Well watered and fenced. It will be sold in four lots and then as a whole, the highest price realized being accepted. Immediate possession of the lots will be given and possession of the land will be given January 1st, 1921. forty-seve- TERMS will be very liberal, being sold on five years time. For further particulars call on or phone, S. L. or T. O. Hill 0 The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday July rffwffWffl WW WW WW W V fMflf W WW WW1 I . I 920 iMMMWWWMIMtMIMMWMMtHt JULY STOCK REDUCING SALE In order to make room for our fall stock, we are offering our stock at a reduction of 20 to 30 per cent. You will buy better Furniture and save many a dollar by taking advantage of these and many other reduced price bargains. Hundreds of home furnishing people have been waiting for this special announcement and we invite you to visit this big sale whether you buy or not. : r Simmons Mon-Sa- g Sppino, : STEEL AND BRASS" BEDS. h Spring to fit Any bed Pricci ranging from $6.00 up. FLOOR COVERINGS. Congol-cumLinoleum, Heavy Weight Grais, wool fibre rug, Wc have n large stock from which you may make n selection at prices from $7.50 to $75.00 QUEEN ANNE DINING ROOM SUITE Good design is essential to all worth while furniture, but in the selection of Dinin,; Room furniture, quality is a matter of first importance. You can rely on furniture of this type, on display at this store and the suite illustrated above shows how quality can be secured at a moderate price. SANITARY COUCHES AND , also Tapestry and Rugi. er fijl dfrA complete line of Parlor and Dcvcno Suites in Tapestry, . i union ami goiucn uak ana A ......... pi 1 jS! ' COTS $4.50 UP. We have mattresses in all felts for any of these beds. rEk ODD PIECES Such as Dressers, Chif- oniers, Four Poster Beds, Library Tables, ,, . -- r ..L, All Prices Marked In Plain Figures Danville's largest Rug and Furniture Store. 1E31II IOC"' Bnby Carriages, OLD HICKORY PORCH SUITES. In Ivory and Natural Finish, also complete suits in fibre, plain or upholstered. Porch and lawn Swings, all reduced 20 per cent. t m HMHtHIMMI Tribble & Reynierson 4 i Danville, Ky. tic value without the driving force of will power to pursue it to the point of achievement. HUCKEYE MARIN 1 JJJJJJJJJJ&Vmm Tf STEEL i.jSSSBSSBSSBSSjSy ,. SSBSSBSSBSBSB ' '.m' n' Cff 'j 20 Per Cent of Corn Crop Saved by Use of This Crib. RATPROOF. FIREPROOF. M0ULDPR00F. $ These cribs are built in three styles and sizes to fit the needs of any farm. From 100 bushels to 10,000 bushels ca- pacity. Oblong style, (like illustration above) circular style and double shed style, with driveway between. Disease-carrying rats, mice and other vermin, cannot live on farms, where MARTIN CORN SAVER CRIBS are used. Buy now and save the 10 per cent advance which goes on July 10th. ?' .. For sale by SANDERS Office S. S. S. Lumber Co. ft FARRA Lancaster, Ky. 33 ( Miss KUie Whittaker of Madison county U the guest of Mrs. K. W. Sanders. .Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter and famThe Struggle Discourages Many a Citily spent Sunday with relatives in izen of Lancaster. Nicliolajvillo. Around all day with an aehlng back. Can't rest at nlgl.t; Mr. Kobt. Hronddui and family Knouch to make any one "give ouU" were kumU of relative in Madison Doan'H Kidney Pill are helping county Sunday. thousands. Ask your nelghlHirs! Mrs liuth Ston"er and daughter of They are for kidney backache; Lexington spent Thursday with Mrs. And uther kidney Ills. I lent Is I.mcastor proof Herbert Whittaker. of their Mr. and Mrs. It. V. Sanders and iiorit: Mrs. Joe Turner, Trotten Ave., says: daughters spent Sunday with relativ"A few yenrs ago my kldneyn pot out es in Madison county. of order and I had backaches. I felt Mrs. Kuth Stotfer and daughter, dull and lanRuld and tired easily. My Murie of Lexington spent Inst week ktdneyit ated Irreculnrly, too. A friend told mo of Doan'a Kidner I'lH-- i wtth Mrs. A. C. Miles. and I lNmglit somo at StormeV Dnig Mr. and Mrs. N. Miles and family Storo. Tlioy rid me of the backacho of Nichomsville have been visiting and put my kidney In good order." Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Price C0c, at alt dealers. Don't Imply ask for a kidney romedy set Miss Lillian Kclley of Lancaster, I visiting Muutes Myrtle and Chris-tin- u Ooan's Kidney I'ilU the same that Mrs. Turner had. Foster Mllbara Co., Davis and Sallie Noel. Mfrs.. Iiiirralo. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Hilly Cotton and Miss Lorn II row n Visited Mrs. Duford West In IMchmotid Saturday and Sun- You Can, You Will. day. lint ana perseverance can over Mr. Tom Morford and sister Miss Christine of Nicholasville were guests come almost any handicap of nature. 111., in Near Uloomington, the of Misses Sallie Lou Teater and heart of the corn belt, the late spring Kthyl Kay, Saturday and Sunday. seriout losses to the Airs. Nora Teater led the prayer threatened evening, subject farmers because of their inability to meeting Wednesday Faith. Mrs. Walter Grow will lead do their planting in time to reap a this Wednesday evening, subject harvest. To overcome this they have been planting corn far Into the Love. night, using searchlights to dispel the Miss Lavernc East of Fall Lick darkness. pike, while visiting her In the outskirts of Chicago there Mrs. Owen Fast fell out of a cherry a young married man who works on Sunday but was net seriously is tree In his garden until 10 nnd 11 o'clock injured. night, using a carbide lantern for Several from here attended the at illumination. funeral at Lancaster of Mr. Charlie Another man whose days are also McQuerry of Jessamine county, lie fully occupied graded nnd terraced wus Just twenty years old and the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. George the grounds uround his new house night by the light of the searchMcQuerry. Much sympathy is ex- at lights on his automobiles and the tended the family electric light on his front pore'' This is but an illustration of the ingenuity that is being brough In. to play all over the country, a trait w hich seems to predominate in Ainer BACK Iran people. Khcut ciurvttoolf UnlSl fails In It tf ratmrnl of Extern. It only requires a little ingenuity, Hiaworm. Itch, Tttr.DmMftiM,ttiraf4 rlf a little determination b Don't and reason fatlsnj, (MM otbtr trtlmeaU able amount of perseverance to Hunt SW tui rcUrvrU bus ditUa of tofa (wti. Yea cm'I achieve success in the sea of failure Imi o our Try these days. It tUk Cvarsmt. TODAY, ITkvrWtt Where there Is a will there Is al5TORMES DRUG STORE, ways a way, but the way is of lit- - GIVING OUT Isn't It True? If a few of our most prominent citiiens should propose that all business be suspended for a day, and that everybody get a pick or n shovel or some other implement and all turn out in a grand cleanup of the town, what would be the result? It would go with n whoop, over tho top and beyond. It would bo a lark, and everybody would be happy and Joi! and work like n hero. L'ut suppose the same gentlemen should propose that all business be suspended for a day nnd that all male citizens devote the day to cleaning up their.own respective yards and other property. What would be the result in that case? Not the same, by long odds. Possibly a few would take the sug gestion seriously ,but a majority would pass it by with a Jest or a smils. It would be no lark to work alone, but only hard toil in the hot sun. There would be no top to go over, no spectators on hand to applaud, and no dazzling in the spotlight of publicity. It wouki be foolish to waste an entire day in such a humdrum manner, when the old yard looks fairly well as it is. Now isn't that true? reported as profound gift of $5,000,. 000 from the .Itockfeller foundation for purposes of medical research. She ought to be. We'd whoop with Joy and promise any old kind of a research If such n sum found Its way around this shop. is If England ly appreciative of u grand-mothe- L After you cat always talc ECZEMA NNiy PATONIC ICassf Fesliaf. atop food sounat. Irutt!yrcl!cTC4Mrtbars,Koa- - Mr f4 sjsmS fsaiHltssh R. E. McROBERTS, Ussutsr, Ky. fho Central Record, Lancaster. GUY. Mr. RayHwasI Ky. Thursday, July 1, 1920 lettslr W- - SU eaatimM sr- - ' number f remtires ami friends on! Thursday. Mrs. Joe Ray. Mesrs Bernard Ray, arid IlttMe PM nwHered to Lexington m Mr. 7m T. Ittee Sr ef tttdmemi reeositiy. a vMtir horc Saa4ay. Mr. and Mrs. Hafcert Sowers were vMler guest ef Mr. and Mr. Marse Murphy Mm, Alfrott Peytrter Sunday. Thursday af Mrs. Kdd Kali or. Mr. nml Mr. Tarn Turner were Mr .and Mrs. Hauler Davis wore witM Lancaster friend Saturday. with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Davis Mr. William Kinder h recover Saturday nlrtht. ed frew an attack of nncusaaiiia. Misses Hcrniee awl Bessie Tenter CHIROPRACT IC I hendiuKts, ee ilieae. deaf new, Shgbt subluxations nt this Hint will vue elf. vertigo, insomnia, wry neck, facial parali. I nmti'r chIM slight uhluxntion of n vertebrn in this part of the spine is the caiue wf (liroat trouble, neumlgla, pain In the shoulders and arms, goitre, nervous 'ion, In grippe, ditilness, Idcedlng from nose, disorder of gums, ralarrh. etc. d eilrp, The arrow head marked No. unite were the pleasant guests of Mrs Hugh sick the past week hut li lmnnYlig Moldy Tuesday Mem. Mrs. Kobcrt Yatcr wns a visiter on .Mrs. Homer Carman of Danville Thursday of her sinter, Mr. WIlHalm spent hut week here with her parents Griggs. Mesdames Grover and Milton Ward were guests of Mrs. Ollie Orahara Mr. Charlie Tuttlc has len .'I locate the art of the spine whereiH bronchitis, felons, pain between the inuse t f the arms and shoulders, hay fever, writers' cramp, etc. ahu wrttxk. Ham Wednesday. Misses Lucy Turner, Molllc and Ethyl Hnrnci visited Mrs. Charlie Iiarne Thursday. Mr. and Mr. Tom Ynntls were vis. Itors Monday of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S, Embry at Lancaster. Mr. Harry D. Rice spent Uic week end in Richmond the guest of his aunt, Mr. Donaldson. Mr. and Mrs. Hascom Pelphrey and Miss Nell, attended the picture show Ijincnstcr Saturday night. Mrs. W. J. Romans of Lancaster spent a portion of the past week with her sister, Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mr. R. - Davidson has returned to his home In Tulsa Okla. after visiting his mother, Mrs. Carrie Davidson. l, Mrs. James Yantis nnd son have returned home after an enjoyable visit to Graham Springs. Mrs. J. L. Yantis was a visitor Fri ,dny afternoon of Mesdames C. R. Henry nnd Milton nnd Grover Ward. Little Miss Willie Mae Beazley spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Mlley Beazley and Miss Dorothy IHer-sche- Ucazlcy. Mrs. Susie Cummins nnd daughter Miss Pearl, were visitors recently of Mesdames Matildn Collins and Wil-lia- m Kinder. Mr. and Mrs. Milcy Beazley and Misses Dorothy and Willie Mae Beazley spent Thursday with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Yantis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Ward and two sons of Madison were quests Monday and Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward nnd Mrs. C. R. Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson and two sons of Lancaster, were entertained Saturday evening nt 6 o'clock dinner by Mesdames Carrie Y. Davidson, Z. T. Rice and William Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, and, son Earl, Mr. Tom Ward, Mrs. C. R. Henry and Mrs. Grover Ward of Vicksburg Mis., enjoyed a meter trip Sunday afternoon to Jessamine. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather and two children, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Wnl-kcMr. and Mrs. John Prather, Mr. and Mrs. Green Poynter and family and Mrs. Matilda- Collins were recuperating Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs. r, and other relatives. Mr. George Newton Ray of Judson snent the day Snturdny. with his brother .Mr. Mo.'c Ray. Mr. and Mrs .Obe Bolton nnd son entertained a number of friends Sat urday nnd Sunday. Mrs. James Land nnd little grand daughter Hnttle spent Tuesday after, noon with Mrs. John Dnlley Mesdames Andrew nnd Ottls Stotts nnd Homer Carmon were the guests of Mrs. Mosc Ray Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Simpson nml Master Welden visited Mr .and Mrs. Wesley Simpson recently. Dailey nnd Mr. and Mrs. John daughters were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Elbert Murphy recently. Miss Bert Dailey left Sunday for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Abie Hendrcn of near Nicholasville. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey enter tained Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ten ter and Mr. and'Mrs. John Dnlley. Mr. and Mrs. Elijnh McMillian and Master Holman were entertained Sun day at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Royston Ray on the Danville pike. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jasper Matthews en tertained the following, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Ray nnd sons. Misses Mnttie B. Cobb. N'ora and Penrle Mathews nnd Alone Hurt nnd Master Cecil Hurt and other relntives. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey enter- tninud the following Sundny: Mrs. W. T. Prcwitt and daughters, Misses Lot- tic and Irene nnd Mnster Column nnd Elmer Prcwitt of Lawndale Illinois. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Sebastian, Messrs Homer nnd Jasper Sebastian, Mr. Jesse Sebastian nnd son Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Prather and two sons of Round Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sebastian and two little sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sebastian and little sen. .Mr. saWSV MR ma Office Hour. 9 lo 11 trwii4os. tHf. asthmn, pneumonin, tuberculosis, difficult Stomach and liver troubles, enlargement of the spleen, pleurisy uml u sewre nf wtfcer troubles, nre enused by subluxations in this part of the spine, smitttwen so light ns to remain unnoticed hy oilier except inc irninni f upper bewek feverts gull stones, dyspepsia 6 Here we llnd. the cause of , . sningies, uiccougn, wornin, eic. . disease, diabetes. Iloating kidney, skin disease, XmiU, erupllH and other 7Bright'a I...I.... ..U..I..-- I (.. L .. .itlmil jiu.nl.tM ill tki ..II...I .. ... .......I l... point. -appendicitis, perltenltis, lumbngo, etc, Tar Regulations of such troubles ns low Chiropractic adjustments nt this point. ChlreKtk Why have constlpntion, rectal troubles, sciatica, etc., whost 0 adjustments nt this part of the spine will remove the cause? A sllirht subluxation here will likewise produce scltlra. JUiHiWr with away "diseases" of pelvis and lower extremities. 10' 4 IImI nrrVMtlMtMl. brenthing. other Ming (. miblnxslioHS will rfMHissMussm Ktmrt dlsOtHe, J d ... 0 A. M. Coniullation and Spinal Analyil., LIPSCOMB AND I'rt. . LII'SCOMD, Chir.Pr.ctor..UUJUllMliISI.l.I1 10' Simpson House, Lancaster, Kentucky. JUDSON. Mr. W. M. Adams is slowly Improv ing. Mrs. O. N. Ray is quite ill with the mumps. Miss Agnos Ray ami Master Klgln Ray spent Sundny afternoon with Miss Vergelin Ray. Sec us for Hale Ties. WILL OPEN OFFICE JULY 6th were the guests Sunday of Mr. snil .Mrs, Jnmes Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. William Illnck spent Sunday with .Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Pollard. Miss Mncie Walton left Saturday for Richmond for a few dnys vfcit with relatives. The little daughter ef Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Lane is with n sprained arm. Misses Maudle and WitHom Clark spent Sundny with Misse Oracle and Lucy Long. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Clark are re- grand-mothe- Hudson and Fnrnnu. Little Francis Ynter is visiting her r Mrs. Croushorn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Mnc.Mllhnn Mr. Marshall Ray entertained at dinner Thursday the guottt were Mt4umcs L L Matthew, John Yatcr, Wm. Daohn sad James Hkks. Mr. and Mrs: Shearer, MK ami Mrs. C. K. N'ayler, Mr. ami Mrs. Mr. Kdd U and twe little serss Taw Naylor. Mr. aad Mrs. Jim Clark night with Mr. aad were the pleasant gaeats Sunday af j spent Saturday Mrs. W. M. Ijwie and sens. Mr. and Mr. Jastn Clark. ! I joicing ever the arrival ef a hand, some little sen. Mrs. Robert S4mpssi k very id at IhM time much to the regret af her nusaermis friends. .S'ayler and Mr. and Mrs. U4u family uere the gueeta Suntfey af Mr. Nannie liny. The little ion of Mr and Mrs. Dennis who lias been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sim Clark returned heme last week. WOLF TRAIL. Mrs. Homer Ray spent Wednesday with her parents. See us for Bale Ties. LM'SL Hudson and Kamau. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberloy wore visiting relatives Saturday and Sunday. entertained n Mrs. Ottls Stotts Washington announces thnt an em bargo is to be placed on the expor tntion of suagr in order to relieve the shortage said to exist in that staple article. It is time for an em bargo, for the enormous quality of four hundred nnd forty million pounds were shipped abroad from January 1st to May 27th. No wonder the prices has reached n point where economy almost demands n choice between sugar and shoes. Notice, will you, thnt In the selec tion of candidates the views of the women arc very carefully consider oti. She gees to tho conventions, makes speeches, gives her opinions of the planks to be incorporated in th platform, and gives the impres sien generally that without her good will no candidate can be successful nt the polls. The days are past when women sit meekly In the background and obey the dictates of their lord and mnster. She is some lord and some master herself new. ALONE in' the tire field -- takes its place beside the half dozen products of universal 3Vz A FAMILY MEDICINE Home, Sayi b Her Mother's Regarding Lady, Georgia Thil Itojiort of the Condition Black-Draug- Relief From Headache, Malaria, Chills, Etc. nincgoU, C J, Mrs. Chaju Gaston, of this place, wrl'es' "1 am a user In fact, of Thcdfordn it was on of our family medicines. mack-Draugh- Hank Of llryantsville fi.tr OS Till: tolBS t.u,4un at hwm i.( UriMit.flllr, CouBtjr ol Uaff.rd. ol AT Till: CUK Of lll'MNKf 19th lny of June 11)20 Also In ray motber'n home, when I wis a child. When nr.r of us children complained of hadattje, usually caused by constipation, she cave us which would a dose of Often In tha rectify tho trouble. Bpring, we would havo malaria and chills, or troubles ol this kind, we pretty regwould tako ular until the liver acted well, and we would soon be up and around tain. Wo would not bo without It. for It certainly baa saved us lots of doctor bills. Just n dose ot when not bo well stvea a lot of days in bed." has been Thtdford'a In uie for many years In the treatment ot stomach, liver and bowel troubles, and tho popularity which It now enjoys Is proof ot its merit If your liter Is not doing IU duty, you will suffer f:orn such disagreeable symptoms ss headache, biliousness, constipation, Indigestion, etc, and unless acmethlnR It done, serious trouble tony result. has been Thedford"s found a valuable remedy for then vegetable, and troubles. It is puwlv acts In a prompt and natural way, reculstlnir the liver to Its proper functions and cleaning the bowels ot Black-Draugh- t, IUacU-DrauKIllaek-DraugBlack-DraugBlack-Draug- U.Mt .lid IMtroaM SUM... BttMl, M4 riikJt. mtiM Itwa kMwl C.liua IHw ltak mm kf aausefiw HI, Mssa HIWr .... rwaktSS (ib) ut rtitar. Hbrr ami ! SIIM.HP. ai imil. Telal riHUMIf IM nwt.r melee ttlS Me 7)1 production. What the bulk of the people accept as the standard of value is right. You owners of small cars can forget tire details you need not bother with methods, features, or guarantees. Call for the Firestone use which manufacturing genius has made standard. Built in a specialized factory by experts with all the economy of concentrated i non skid) SUM Hi 3. an st IISLtM stirl. I ll4 liu. tl.ll LUHIUTlKh. a Hsm. rM a. ib read PteSti. IntnMi. kHl4 US tm MH PH Miaiwi im thiil M,H M CMtlBcal. 1 Itvfw.H S.M M Vast tta.SH n MOSt S wow TcJWi'Vfj'.t- Gray Tube $3.75 Red Tube $4.50 TMI .. IIm IISB.MI SI cofxrv or uahiukim" lathlMai W.I el STATK Ol' KK.VTVCKY.I amt4 .ihswImIii.X - . H wu. impurities. Try It. Insist on Tbed-ford'the original and funnies. E 79 s, imiti, rrMWri. I V. WUMA .. C.Mf . Wlfr m iMi lllb SuW.ik4 itj JhhJ.IVSS. IUU.nl, Nburr liUta, llf.D MjCenI.Meur4it'. H.ist I, IMI, nut M llw ar r. m1 UHtC iadta Miles BBBPBBH I''I'NMS' BPBBB BBBVBBW IMS teres.: NothVUiitcJr. W. II. kM U. !. b.oi . 0 Dollar Tho Contrai Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 1 , 1 920 250 ACRES BY THE UNDERSIGNED Buena Vista, OWNER. TREASURY OFFICIAL Relates Reason Of naneial Stress. PrefAr Nought Liberty Bond, Par Patriotic Reaioni. Hut Do Not Feel Like Working. Saving And Paying For Them. Why I. thirty Hand are low and price nf cowmodltie are hbh v.a fcutlmrltatlvely exdinod recently before the Acnrfjmy of I'srltieal Sricnci' by It. C l.olTlMk'well, aaeiatant uf Uh TronMiry. Fi-- ! To Our Friends and OF LAND Garrard Customers We want to ask you to sec us this FOR SALE PRIVATELY season before you dispose of your wheat. This furm is midway between Bryantsville and County, Kentucky, 1 miles from either. s & ( We havejas good terms on storage as you can get, or will buy at the topmost market price, We want your wheat and will be as liberal as we can to get it. See us before you sell. S fy Will sell either with or without crop nn d this i n good nllnround fnrm as can be found. Sec the crop of tobacco, corn, wheat, rye, oaU, clover nnd timothy now growing nnd compare them with other. They speak for thcmielvcs The land Iny as well as nny land nncl if n man dcairrs can hnve n mile track a good It it juit rolling enough to drain it the Lexington rnce tract, and will suit nny rn cc horc man. l.u well. It has on it n fine fish lake, icvcrnl ccmcn tffl nnnll Anil rnnrrln I nnLi nil fflilinr springs drouth or no drouth distribut cd to every part of the place, and my stock get nothing hut pure, clenn, running wntcr, worth uiousnnus 01 dollars 10 any good farm, and I would not liAVe one without plenty of good wn tcr. l'i ff ntr 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 Above. water, well located. Would prefer selling ns n whole, but is susceptible to cutting into dozen farms with splendid building sites and good outlets, with wntcr for ench nnd will sell to suit nil purchasers ns to quantity nnd nsy terms. Convenient to Graded school nnd nil churches. I hnvc lived here, nerfectly contcn .d, since 1863, nnd would not now part with this home, but for my health nnd nge. Neither of my two dnughtcrs having mnrricd n farmer one a doctor nnd the other nn insurance man nnd both living in the West, I feci it my duty to spend my few dnys with them. In buying from mc you will have no commission to pny. Sec mc nt once on the premises. I mean business. onc-linlf one large stock barn nnd 300 barrel double crib nnd 1200 bushel wheat granary One 12 acre tobacco barn and hnvc housed from 3 to 5 acres in stock bnrn. Also n nice new weather-boarded- , three room cottage and necessary buildings with fine AIo At thin critical moment, he nui, many nf mir people have turrrl gambler ami watcr. For Main living and 1'ltth thinking we na" ultituted watting ami bickering We enjoy hifih livinir while c jtruni blc at the hiuh cot nf living silk jitorkinr ami birU for the poor, of automobile for men nf small mean, of pbwea for the profiteer and the plutocrat. "For live year" he continued, hewn conaumini; "the world ha livm more than it uMn ltd capital ami the imvernment nf the world have IteeH iMUine cm to represent denetni of indebti'dmw This hat the wealth destroyed. caused world inrlatfon of priori. "When they were watted, no .ne course of rot) til foreaee the the market fur IJberty Iton.i ami Victor)' NoUw in tint future with A any degree of confidence. ear freely preUun.l b hru, .t wa financial authoriUe that Victory Note would nhortly ( In a premium and that liberty Itonda would lw selling at or near par within a year or two. Garrard Milling Company ; LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. preJ, prllle DO YOU KNOW THIS TRADE MARK "Kverywn knw why thene win JAMES B. LEAVELL BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY Musical Features EXTRAORDINARY GRENADIERS Band and Male Chorus BED REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA This great singing band will appear in a concert perlude in the afternoon and a grand concert at night. ONE OF THE GREATEST FEATURES OF THE ENTIRE CHAUTAUQUA Just One of Season 11 Big Attractions Tickets For All Five Days $2.25, Plus 10 per cent Tax. WEEK HERE JULY 2ND TO 7TH. CHAUTAUQUA have not been uuinu expectation realised. With the artaiaticc ami till mere after thv Victory Loan. iwr people underwent a wreat rewho had bought action. Tho of a matter Liberty I Ion da investor pamotiam but not to treat their bond at mi much who hml spending money. Tin obeyed the injunction to borrow ami buy Liberty Hand ignored tho complementary injunction to avc and pay for them. "In my judgment, the prent depreciation of Liberty Bond on the market i due chiefly to the fact that of the 0,000.000 Americans who patriotically ubcribed during the period of the war, large number have not been willing or able to e.x erciM aurh control over their per-nexpenditure a would enable tum to retain their lmndi after the ct'MAtiett of Imslilitie. Liberty Ilinb), like other bond, are subject to market influence, including the law of supply and demand, and their market flotation have declined in rinequenee ef the; failure of the great invrnting public to nave in proportion to the onermou expenditure of capital during and since the war. ".Many patriotic )ou.--i people l.berty Honda and N'otw under the impulse of patriotism who have b i u unwilling inc the wnr wa ever i continue to tend thoir money to (': Government nnd have forced ti't ir holding tn the market rmirv r.pidly than ether couM Me fund t inveet, with coneequent dvpreei ii in market pnrea. The remedy f r thu condition it for teople to "rk and nave, to keen their hobl-- ' HwHtia a inveat-- i kh of Liberty nU and purcbaae aaMitional gov-- ( iiiieiit aeeurltie with their aving. "A the Trowatiry view it. the ; :bvrty Hand problem i chiefly one if qUHiitit). Unfortunately many .older HdhiU who of I.iburty uleribe. for anil held them during the war have mce regarded them o much recnding money and thrown them en the mar. ket. "People gonernlly have been 'pending money freely and anvmg relfltivoly little, no that there has not been aulTlcieiit capital raved to overcome the proaeurc upon the market from those who bought bonds n patriota but not inveftor. I think moat competent judge, however, believe that tho equilibrium hut about reached between frflcs and purclmatH of Liberty Honda and that the Liberty llond market will ooti turn upward; government bondi, in fact, could not woll be. made more attractive than they are nt preient market price. "The euien Liberty Head and V.c tory Notua ure depreciated today m not found in the term of the bond and note; it ta not to be found in the intereat rnte or in the tax exemption; it l to be found III the fact that tho demand fer capital exceed the lupply nnd the demand exceed the upply bccuuie the whole world Im been Jiving Icyoml it in come for five year. he-c- an al '. It represents the "J&dfoc" Starting and Lighting BATTERY the battery that by hard, sturdy, powerful and persistent service in motor cars all over the onuntry has earned itself the title of "the Giant that lives in a Box." The "Exidc" Ilattery is a iant of the most dependable sort. Kvery ounce of it represents strenKth and endurance; every detail of its construction has been proved right in many years nf practical performance. It was designed nnd is manufactured by the largest maker of storage batteries in the world. Put an "Exidc" Giant's power behind your starting and lighting system and have done witli guesswork. Inch for inch nnd pound for pound, there is more power nnd punch in the "Exidc" Giant thnn in nny other starting battery. S PfllNT LI6K GARAGE PAINT LICK, KY. SS i.sn t CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. O 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. U. F. V TXC J. EJ Hudson, President. J. Walker, t. L. (J. Davldion, Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Catluvr. O. Itigncy, Ast. Cashier. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. Teller Mr. Wm. F. Miller, At. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Oirector and Embalmer. Rcgidence Phone 33, Otlice Phone 18. Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday July THE AMERICAN 1 . 1 920 jur;; The new law also has stringent provisions as to the ue of glaring head lights. It forbids headlight throwing rnys higher than forty-tw- o inches from the surface of the road seventy-livfeet ahead and, more a punishment than this, it provide for dealer to soil automobiles with headlights not in accordance with the law. We would especially call the attention nf all automobile dealers to tiiM provision nr.d the provision making It unlawful to arrange a cutout so that it may he operated from the driver's seat. The Uw provide for new signals oh the part of automobile driver as e LE- - 11 "SHERWIN-WILLIAM- S GION OF KY, Will Hold Second Annual Convention Sept 3rd and 4thu In Louisville Ky. September 3rd. and 4th. ha Iteen '(tnHted by the Sute SCxecMtive Committee of the American l.ocion . Kentucky a the time for the ..fvf Annual Stale Ceav iUom of Si ,c wen and wvmvn of ' I. rent War. Announcement w made from State that Headquarter roenttien u ill lx determined by the number. Kiirh pott will have one tivc nmi lino alternate and one additional representative far each one nunorcu mcmncrs nwi' aiaie anu National dues have been paUl. There re one hundred and thirty Kseh two local post in thr State. post will send it delegation with Instruction ns to the sentiment prevailing among thr Legionaries of it vicinity regarding the bit; imuM now facing the Legion and all men. Local posts ar urged to see that their officer make returns for all new members in order that the post muy secure it proper representation nt the convention. All men and women nre ur?ed to realize the importance of cooperating with the Legionaries of their community in swelling local post membership; in keeping foremost the ideals and principles of the greatest organization of veterans in the History of the United States; and in seeing that the and sentiment of the men and women of the county and lommun'ty are properly recorded at he next State Convention. If you have m kick, join the Legion and let it be known in the right sort of way. If you have an idea that you think the Legion u?hl to do something winch up 1 j this time has hern overlooked, join the Legion and get up and "speak out ir meeting." A great civilian r. r mil U- -. r. n vour -- ...e unrantiation welcomes and cooperation and urges that ou U do your full dut toaay even as !id it during the war No exser-- j -- vice man holding an honorable dls-- J rhnrgc can ntioni to tet it ne Known In later years that he stood aside and failed to Join his "budlcs" In the work of reconstruction. Klectlon of SUte olTlcers, Commit- ' tp teemen and delegates to represent the Department of Kentucky at the National Convcntioi. to he held In "lh. will be Cleveland, September one of the orders of bustae at the State Convention. The Lowest attitude toward Adjwated Compensation, popularly termed a Homo. also be one ot the live topten befetc the Convention. Alien propasmwoVt ami activities, punishment of draft dodgers and slacker and ether mat-teof vitl interest to all men and women will be discussed and dehspttes to the Cleveland Convention will be given their instructions according to the sentiment men and women of of the Kentucky ns expressed by their delegates on the floor of the State Convention. All Men and women re. gnnlles of whether they served In France or in this country or whether they had the title of Major (iener-n- l or buck private in the rear rank are eligible to membership and all have an eijual voice in determining the polled of the Legion. nl n follow: Arm straight eat direction point! Arm pointed taming ing in the in upward--turn- PAINTS," The New Motor Law. Kvery driver f an automobile and , every garage in Kentucky should cut out the following provisions of the new motor law and paste them up where they will be seen and remem bered : r On Thursday. June 17th. the law of Kentucky went into effect. This bill is an improvement on preceding bills In many particulars, and several of its previsions should have special nttenlien. The new bill makes it illegal to have n cutout connected a to permit of its operation from the driver's seat It provide that every car must be equipped with a sood and sufficient muffler and make the use of the cutout on a puisne highway ur. lawful. It is U he hoped that this provision will be strictly enforced ai.d that it as be of assistance in making an er t nf the r.uisanee of; ,, hust.e north and those driver- south and eat -- J west in utter in-makiliHerence ti all but ttien-.ees- , ing no.srs like a tierpett i! Fourth of I new-moto- "BEAVER BOARD," "JOHNS-MANVILL- E ROOFING" Are The Best of mipodte direction Arm pointed downward stepping or ssHldenljr rbeekhig speed. It is required that signals shall be given whenever a driver starts froM hss course, or the curb, change make a stop which could reasonably be said U nlfrrt :rlTic. There is n new prevision us to the right of way Where there are no tratTk Bilkers stationed, the drivers shall yield the right of way nt intersections to vehicles approaching from the right. Thi is of importance in that it supercede the old provision that vehicle going east and west should have the right of way. There are ahui new speed provision. Passenger cars may not exceed tif ten mile per hour in the business portion of the city, twenty miles per hour in the residence portion, and thirty mile per hour in the country. These are the chief provisions of the new law. and it is the hope of everyone that the Uw will be strictly enforced. Stop! Look! Listen! ' Kor ten day we are makint spec (. utl prices n AUTOMOH1I.K S INT.8 AND Tl'IIKS that will astonish osi, and we ar somewhat over Mocked and are going to give out customers of otir low buying. Haiehlrn Brother Parage. ("onsi ler the fl It is i.nly a lly. yet in it short life it can csrry disease germ vulfictent Ui start a plague that Mill overwhelm a nation people Swat the rly. before it swaU '. iu QUALITY WASHING RED CEDAR SHINGLES, LONG eSwinebroad's Series of July JUL! AUCTION SALES OF LEAF SOUTHERN PINE FARMS ft CITY PROPERTY Memorize the dates, then follow your memory. LUMBER, LATH AND PLASTER. Semi for catnloKue KivitiK full description of the tlilfercnt farms, alo descriptive catnioKue of farms for sale privately. We "Turn Down" an auction sale proposition unless it appeals to us as something the buyinir public wants. Therefore, we "ALWAYS SELL". We sold I 500 acres in June for over S2G8.000.00. Every auction was a sale and every purchaser can now sell at a profit. Farm, rij?ht at Hustonville, Lincoln County. NOW GET THE DATES. Saturday, July 17th, 156 acres, subdivided, Will he Hold ih 10 o'clock. A. M. Street. the Adams The Business property and h'araire in Danville, on Main property of It. M. Arnold. Monday, July 19th, 1:30 o'clock, P. M., Residence and and Second : of 18(5 acres of Hampton Sisters. That h'ood Garrard County Land, on Fishers Ford Pike, miles from LcxiiiKton and Danville Pike, 8 miles from Danville. 12 Tuesday, July 20th, 10 o'clock, A. M., the splendid farm 5 BASTIN LUMBER farm of 300 acres, in Lincoln County, on Ottenheim Pike, Will be subdivided. Wed nesday, July 21st, 10 o'clock, a. m. the Will Matheny miles from Stanford. sale privately. money. Forest us lieid, Lincoln County, 2 miles from Stanford, on Hustonville Pike. A farm of 1500 acres and a farm of '210 acres. Doth farms will be subdivided, and sold in tracts to suit the purchasers. On any of these farms you can j?et just the number of acres you want. It will be a pleasure to show you over these dilferent farms. Somo body will buy a buruain. Why not you? It will bo a pleasure to send you a catalogue giving full description of the farms and also description of lands in several counties for We will also have sales on other dates not set out above. He sure to et in touch with real estate headquarters, wo will make you Thursday, July 22nd, 10 o clock, A. M., 2 farms for For further particulars send for catalojjue, see the owners of the farms, or W. E. Moss or It. II. Dover at my Danville otfices, or George Swinebroad, at my Lancaster office. LANCASTER, KY. SWINEBROAD, "THE REAL ESTATE MAN" LANCASTER,. KENTUCKY. i MJJ.tMii