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MEN GOVERNOR COX Have Bitf Day At Stan- Nominated On Ballot. ford. The llchlnl Ssnford Post of the American Legion were guests last Monday of the Caswell Saullcy Post at Stanford and alt report a very hap being py and enjoyable day. All loud in their praise of the courtesy extended them by the cillicns of Stanford and the member of the Caswell Sauflcy Post in particular. Practically every member of the local I'ot took advantage of the invitation and went over In auto, Com mander Hilly F Miller being In charge, in the absence of Commander Virgil Klnnaird Mho win unable to attend. Upon reaching the city timlU of Stanford a line of march was formed, headed by Scouts Hoger Hourland and J. It. Haselden, Jr., then the band followed by the colors carried by George Suinehruad repre enting the Army and guarded by Story' Hrrron representing the Mart ne and Russell Sanford representing the Navy, followed by about event five men from the lleidal Sanfonl Pott They were given a hearty welcome by attorney W II W. Reynolds dressed a "Uncle Sam." Hand concerts were given by the Ijn cuter Hand ami the Hrodhead Hand. The program wus held at the Chautauqua tent where Judge Gregory of I.ouisvllle gave the principal addrrs. A short addreM was mniie by Hlllie Miller and a reading by Miw Hurch of Stanford The races were pullml ff on main street und proved quite interesting and at times exciting Several of our local boys were right up in front, Mr. Thoma K. Price of tMs county winning the 100 yard U4i over sev-erexcellent competitor. A ball game ctosed the exeretses for the day, finishing up with the lire works that evening. Every member of Post to a man, express themselves a. being highly entertained and say It was one of the biggest days they have spent since their return home from the service. Lan-rastal 44th. Needed Here And Can Be Gotten. Is the only city of It the United State without n telegraph nlTice. It I a reflection upon the business men of the community. It is however no fault of the ritttens that it was removed. Several years ago the I. ami N' It. It. Company and the Western Union had a controversy In the court over the right of way, whereupon the L. and N closed the office at the station. At the time no one was available for operator, consequently we ROOSEVELT HIS RUNNING MATE James M C'jx, three times governor of Ohio, was nominated for the Presidency early Wednesday morning by the Democratic national convention in the breakup of one of the moot prolonged dendlorks in the his tory of national political parties: It took forty-fou- r ballots to make the choice and it was not until the thirty-eightwhen Attorney General Palmer withdrew from the race, that he long succession of roll call showed any definite trend In the turnover of the Palmer delegate. Cox gained the advantage over William G MrAdoo. hi rival for thf place since early In the balloting and that advantage never was lost sue In HUSBAND GOV. DAVIDSON PROGRAM KILLS SELF Holds Highest Chair In Oklahoma. Redpath Chautauqua After Seriously Wounding Wife. It is interesting news here to know Closed Last Night. FOR SIGNED ANOTHER YEAR. Tragedy Nr Paint Law-son- Lick. have been compelled to use long ce AKES M COX, OHIO June 10th. vited. long series of shifting and rallies which left now- - one and then another of the candidates in the lead. One A Printer's Devil. James Middleton Cox was three time Governor of Ohio an honor enjoyed by only one other Ohioun. Rutherford H. Hayes. Horn on n farm, educated In the devil, a public schools, a printer' The Ladies Aid Society of the teacher, a newspaper reporter, will give an school Hubble Christian church secretary to n Congremon, Ice Cream sapper, Saturday night, a private of Supporter of Governor Cox won a way to the rumination of persistent battering at the McAdoo und Palmer in many tate throughout a fores Ice Cream Supper. Everybody cordially in- Davit At BryanUville. Hon. George T Davis, democratic candidate for Congress, will address the citlxcns of Garrard County at Ury AnUvllW next Saturday afternoon, July 10th, at three o'clock. Udies are especially Invited. Littrell. Mr. James Littrell. aged 88 years, and one of the oldest and well known cltixens of the county, died at his home on the Poor llidge pike last Friday night, of infirmities incident to old age. He was n member of the Haptist church and the funeral services were conducted by his pastor, Itev. C. D. Strother, last Sunday afternoon, the burial taking place in the Lincaster cemetery Christian Church News. The County Convention of the Christian Sunday Schools will be held at Pleasant drove on July 111. An interesting program has been arranged ami a large attendance is expected. "Temptation, A Synonym for Opportunity" will be the subject of the sermon at the Christian church next Sunday morning. No evening service, except the Endeavor Meeting Instead, the will be held. at member of the congregation will at the Join in the Union sen-ice- s Presbyterian church. ' , Automobile Owners Attention. We are prepared now to take care of your automobile repair work on all can. If you want service and guaranteed satisfaction this U the place to come. Wo are willing to stand behind any and all work turned out by u. It 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 some one else has failed to do to your satisfaction. We are hero to do as we say, and only ask a trial of you. CENTRAL GARAGE, William Mimt, Proprietor, C. B. Turner, Mechanic owner, manager and proprietor two newspapers, member of Congress for three years anil three time Governor of hi Slate Is hi record to date. llusines success paralleled his achievements and through his own efforts Mr. Cox ha amassed a He became the leader of fortune the Democratic party in Ohio in tUl'J when he was nominated for Governor. As one who had bought radical changes in the State Constitution, he took the field In it behalf. His first term ns Governor was devoted chiefly to forwarding the enactment of law to put the new State Constitution in to effect. Hut Ohio evidently was not prepared to assimilate ull the new taws, for Mr Cox was defeated for renominated Hut his party for him in 19D and he wu a third term in 11M8, being the only Democrat to win in Ohio. Legislation for which Mr Cox is best known Include a model workmen's compensation law and ti child labor law which have been extensiveEducators ly copied by other States. uf the country say the Ohio school code, enacted under Mr. Cox' direction, will live as a monument to his achievements. Mr. Cox was turn in Hutler county, Ohio, in 1870. He attended district school and held his first position as a teacher of the school in which he He spent eventook his first lessons ings and holidays in u printing office. In a few years he received bis first alignment on the reportorml staff of the Cincinnati Enquirer. After ten years with the Enquirer he went to Washington us u private secretary to Congressman Paul Surg, Ohio. At the close of this service he purchased the Dayton Daily News, borrowing most uf the money to pay for It. Later he purchased the Snrim:- He was first elec field Dully News. ted to Congress in 11108. He recently purchased the farm near Jucksonburg on which he was born, and has made it a modern farm home, where he expect to live on retirement from public life. Ho Is married ami has four children. Franklin D Roosevelt, of New York, Assistant Secretary of tho Navy, was chosen by acclamation by the convention as the party's candidate for Vice President. Mr. Roosevelt was selected after the names of seven other candidates had been prtiented to the delegates. al telephone for messuge. Now is the time to request the Western Union to restore the olTice. Several cltixens of Mt. Vernon have to restore the office nt their town requested the Railroad Commission and have nn engagement to meet them ut Frankfort on Aug. f. Why don't our progressive citttens make an engagement with the Commission? We have just about ten time ns much business transacted here. With three banks, two loose leaf houses, iy. two flouring mills, live or six shipper of live stock, three shippers of pro In Brief. duce mid many other enterprises we should have telegraphic communicaThese are the outstanding point tion with the rest of the world. of the National Democratic Platform to the convention by MORE CATALOGS an presenteil Committee endorsed: the Resolutions Makes the League of Nation the first issue, declare for ratification of the Versailles Treaty and league, Real Man. reservations which impair it "essential integrity." but does not opThis office has Just completed the pose chanfying reservations. issuing of several thousand catalogs Praises Administration's legislative for Swinebroad the Renl Estate man. announcing his July Sales that he will record in peace and fighting record in conduct during the month. It also war. Condemns Republican Congress for contains n long list of farm which he has for wile privately. These cata- treaty defeat, for failure to return logs can be had for the asking. Just the country to a peace status, for the drop him a card and yuu will get one high cost of living declared to be caused thereby, for its failure to reby return mail vise the taxing system and to enact New Agency. laws curbing profiteers. Opposes cash reward to soldiers for Mr. Paul Morrow has accepted the patriotism; but promises them land agency for the Madison laundry and settlement and home-ai- d legislation, Dry Cleaning Company and ha open"utmost consideration" of disabled ed up his office at Hall's grocery. fighters, and "highest bounty" for He collects and deliver promptly, dependents of war dead, but declares nil laundry and guarantees hi work the heroic conduct of the American to be of the best order. He will col- force constitute a heritage, the lect the laundry regularly every Mon- worth of which can never be compenday morning and will appreciate the sated from the Treasury. patronage of his friends. Designates to labor and capital alike the right of organization and Call Meeting. collective bargaining, but demands Mayor John M. Duncan ha called that each recognize the obligation to of the produce, when failure to produce for a meeting of the city of to meet with the puts In jeopardy the public welfare; City Council next Monday night at opposes compulsory arbitration in the county court room, to discuss the private industry, but in Government Electric Light question, which seems service holds "right of people" above a very vital and Important question "right to strike." at this time, A short term contract Indorses Woman Suffrage amendhas been drawn and will be submitted ment and urges Democratic GovernCouncil soon and Mayor Dun-ra- n or to to the further ratification. is anxious to have an expression Recognlres need of acquisition of from the taxpayers of the city, benew sources of oil supply, and pledges fore it come up befpre the Council action to secure American citizens for final action. same rights a those of other nations in obtaining interests in foreign Broke Up Still. countries. Prohibition Enforcement Officer. Declares for private ownership of II. R. Saufiey went over to the railroads, without Government subsection in Garrard county sidy: urges thorough test of TransThursday and located a still not fur portation Act of 1020. inferential!)-upholdinfrom the county line. Assisted by provision. Messrs M. C. New-lanand W. II. W. Demands revision of tax laws; reReynolds, of Stanford, he smashed affirms policy of tariff for revenue it into smithereens and poured out only; renews demand for national ubout 100 gallons of the beer f juii I. budget. Mr. Saulley says that everything wus Stunds on its record of benefits to In rendines for n good supply of agricultural interests and promises booze for the glorious fourth. No- legislation promoting body wu seen around and as a conse marketing of farm products. quence no urrust were ninde. DanExpresses sympathy "within the ville Advocate. limits of international comity and usage" with Iretland's nspirnnts for I.at night brought to a close the Redpath Chautauqua, which held it first program here last Friday afternoon. The tent ha been crowded at every one of the entertainment, mnny of which hove been decidedly the best that has ever been given here, this is especially true of the platform orators, all of whom were of the highest type and proved most elevating ami instructive. It will be gratifying to it patrons to know that arrangements have been made to secure the return of the Chautuuquu here next year. In all probability, will be included in the "seven day" circuit which will insure even better attractions than we have had in the past. Numerous pledge have already been made for ticket for next year and many guarantors have signed the contract to stand behind it financial- - Paint Lick and the surrounding community was severely shocked last Thursday morning when it became , known that James a promi o nent and farmer living on the Walnut Meadows pike had instantly killed himself after seriously but not fatally wounding his wife, to whom he was married about six months ago. A .22 caliber rifle was the weapon used, two bullet being fired into his own body, causing instant death. The first bullet fired at Mrs. Lawson entered the body, penetrating the well-to-d- that Hon. R. L. Davidson, a former Garrarsl county man, but who for several years 1ms made his home in Oklahoma, has for the last week occupied the Governor's chair In that tate, in the ubsence of Governor Robertson, who at present is in Sin Francisco, and Lieut. Governor Trapp is also out of the State. By virtue of Mr. Davidson's posiof the sention as president ate, the govenors mantel falls upon pro-tern his shoulder. The Platform For Swinebroad, The Estate Laundry farmhouse of "Billy" Jones, a half The child raised the alarm, after making his way to the farmhouse, and the unconscious body of his mother was soon lifted with tender hands and hurried to the hospital at Hereu, where an operation was performed Thursday morning in an effort to save her life. The bullet had not been recovered. After the escape of Mr. Lawson. who, it is believed, was shot through the window-toher home, after getting away from the house, Lawson turned the weapon upon him.elf and fired s two shots in his left breast a above the heart It is beltved he was In the yard, searching for his wife, and finding her gone, decided to kill himself. The body was found by a searching party about 2 o'clock on Thursday morning in u patch of weeds in the yard of his home. Law-son- 's body was found lying face with the rifle across his left arm. He was apparently not injured otherwise. This" statement Is made as the result of reports emanating from the Lawson household, and which are borne out to a certain extent. Mr. Lawson has been in such a serious condition that she has been unable to give any version or account of the tragedy whatever. At this writing she Is reported better and has a fair chance of recovery. mile away. f up-wa- lung. Should Mrs. Lawson recover she will owe her life to her 0ye.ir-olson Marshall Bolton, a son by a former marriage, who, after his mother had escaped the home, having been shot, followed her almost u quarter of a mile away from their home, where she fell from the loss of blood, then went for aid, which was found at the d Our good old Paint Lick friend, Mr. E. N. Todd, who has been from the state thirteen years has the following to say of his recent visit o the State House, where he called upon Governor Davidson: Oklahoma City, Okla. July 2, 1921, The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Dear Record: Today I went to the Governor's office to call nn Oklahoma's chief exI ecutive, the Hon. R. L. Davidson. thought your reader would be glad to know that Bob Davidson is the present Governor of Oklahoma. Gov. Robertson is in San Francisco, Lieut.-GoTrapp is in Kansas, so President Pro-Teof the Senate, R. L. DavidI said to him: son is Governor. "When we were in school together at Lancaster I did not know that I would ever call you governor, but posiibly I may be in Oklahoma long enough to see you sit in the Governor's chair four years." He smiled complacently. Some of my Garrard county friends will be interested in knowing that after working for the federal government thirteen years, as Civil Engineer. I resigned three months ago to come to Oklahoma as Assistant State Highway Engineer. I find a large number of Kentuckians in Oklahoma. My brother, John A. Todd, with seven grown sons lives in the north eastern part of the state. I have met a dozen or more Kentuckians in Oklahoma City. Although I have not lived In Kentucky for thirteen years I enjoy every issue of the Record. "Last year "l was at my old home at Paint Lick to vote both in the primary and November election. So i still call myself a Kentuckian. Sincerely, E. N. Todd. v. ' Scott. Saturday afternoon, July 3rd, at 4 o'clock, Raymond Scott, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Scott, of the Buckeye Road, passed away of tuberculosis. For the past year he had been in poor health, and for a month quite ill. He had every attention by his de- voted mother and others, but tq, no avail. Raymond was a fine young man, liked by all that knew- - him, and his passing away is greatly deplored by all, as he was just entering Into young manhood, 21 years old last April, and his death leaves a void in the lives of many neighbors and friends. Besides the grief stricken parents, two brothers, Eugene and Billy Brown survive him. In early childhood he united with the Presbyterian church at Lancaster. Funeral services were held on Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the grave In the Lancaster cemetery by hi pastor, Rev. II. S. Hudson. The entire community Joins in extending deepest sympathy to the bereaved ones, In this hour of sadness, but may they look to the Heavenly Father for comfort. tax-pay- W.A. DICKERSON Enters Real Estate field With Swinebroad. Swinebroad, the real estate man, could have looked the country over and he couldn't have found a better man to share his business with him than W. A. Dickerson, our and popular gentleman. He ha assumed charge of the local office, together with G. A. Swinebroad and the two gentlemen will make an excellent and wide awake Small team. g Baptist Church Notes. The special program at the Baptist church last Sunday was a rare treat to a large audience in attendance. Everyone speaks of it as being one of the most beautiful and entertaining services they ever attended. Every child who took a part deserves a word of praise und commendation. Mr. J. E. Dickerson. Miss Ada Rich and Mrs. Strother also deserve much credit for the splendid program arranged. We are also profoundly-gratefu- l to those who came from Buckeye and assisted In the sen-ice- . Among their number were Minnie Francis Walker, who gave a fine recitation; Gretchen Hope Sanders, who churmed everyone with her sweet voice; and eight young ladies, who gave a flow er drill w hich every on says was one of the most beautiful drills they ever saw. We all left the church feeling awfully proud of the young ones, and in closer touch with the great Creator and Saviour, Sunday is our quarterly communion day and the pastor will speak briefly on the subject; "The Misunderstood Baptists". The service wilt close at the usual time, A singer has not yet been secured for the special revival services which begin Oct. 3rd. C. D. Strother- - pastor. anti-strik- e Foley Reunion. s One of the most delightful affairs of the seusou was the Foleyxlteunion, given Sunday, June 20th, ut the home of Mr, and Mrs. Mose HuU-hinat Hereu, in honor of Ms. Hutchins parents, Rev. und Mrs. P, K, Foley of llackley. It being Mr. Foley's 83 birthday. At noon a delicious and bountiful dinner was served. In the afternoon pictures were taken of the entire crowd, as souvenirs of the huppy occasion. Forty relatives were in attendance, and by all present the enjoyable day that was spent will long be remembered as one of the happiest events of their lives, and wish for "Grandma Foley" many more happy birthdays. When it became apparent that "the powers that be" had made a decision, there was a scramble to get on the band wagon and make the. selection unanimous. Perceives, us the fruiU of a helping hand policy extended by this country, a Mexico gradually emerg. Ing from disorder ami showing capability of maintaining peaceful government, and promises recognition to the new regime when It thoroughly shall have established its power of control and willingness to meet international obligations. Sees duty of rendering every possible aid to Armenia In establishing government of her own. (No word on mandate) Favors independence for Philippines, liberal homestead policy In Hawaii, territorial government for Porto Rico and further development of Alaska. Does not mention prohibition, Loses barn by Lightning Last Saturday evening the large stock barn of F. L. Thompson was struck by lightning and in a few minutes was totally destroyed by fire. His loss was ubout 100 barrels of otd corn, lot of hay, farming implements, etc, totalling about $3000, with only $1,000 insurance. If you are not fully insured, you had better see Gaines the Insurance Man. Don't suffer losses like Mr. Thompson. See him now before the lightning strikes your barn or house. Card of Thanks. We are deeply grateful to all our friends and neighbors for the kindness shown during the illness and in the death of our dear son. To Rev. H. S. Hudson, pastor of the PresbyFOUND On Chautauqua ground LOST on the streets, lost week, a terian church, we wish to express our a gold umbrella handle, initial "L. W. black patent leather purse, some gratitude, for his words of condolR." Owner can jet same by calling small change and curd. Please re- ence and encouragement. at this office. turn to Margaret Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. William Scott The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 8, APPLE BUYERS KNOW CHARACTERISTICS AND USES OF THE- - SEVERAL VARIETIES 1 920 -NEW-FANGLE- 2 First Glass Farms 2 -- D 540 " ACRES REID LAND IN LINCOLN COUNTY - THE FORESTUS THURSDAY. JULY rieties. The Jonathan ! one of the hen und one of the most common varieties of iipplci) In teuton durlne the fall (I'rpsrd It the United Etti Dtpart-rotn- t ct Agriculture.) months und which are excellent for Thete nre the days when the tire cntlng uncooked. The JunuUiun Ih ii considerably Increased otcr lucdlum-slztred apple und rather hazard Is In the sutnmtr months. miiall for collnary purpoei, hut It Is what It was coming of cool weather, quick seldom used In thin wuy becuuse of Its With the tires are started in the stoves or fur-choice decrt qualities'. The Grimes, or Grimes Golden, as nace and often n iluV Is discovered It Is commonly culled. Is another fall that needs repair. Accumulations of pple that tins u season extending Inflammable rubbish In which a bnd blaze mny be started should be got rid about to tto 1st of January. It Is UM-In Increased us an natlng apple because of. Matches are adlit t'HXlally fine flavor and other numbers In winter, anil that means of ditional chances of accidental fires, U n medium-blzt-dessert qualities. It golden yellow apple und liould Kerosene is employed In greater quanand not tu held much later than the holi- tities, being used for starting fires buifor the lamps, and. therefore, this days, because It I apt to dcelop men-uc- e tcald," a Rtoruge trouble to which lt rd Is Increased. An even graver Improper handling of lies this variety U sunceptlble. If It Is held gasoline. In the highly Important that It Is too long. One of the best known apples for every precaution be token to store the rullnary pQriiosci', although It ponnfit.cn gasoline supply in properly loeotcd and deMiert qualities um well. In the Ilhode constructed reservoirs. This Is the season also for the farm-- r Inland (inrcuing. This Ii u preenUh equip-- j to look to his )ellow up pie of fairly large size. Some oldest apples have a reddish blukh on ment. A pall of water is the of the simplest and cheapest of tire extinthe exited, sides. The (iritnlng why palls j good keeidng qualities ntid li guishers. There Ih no reason of water, to be ued only In case of j prliuurily a winter up pic. , lire, should not be Installed In ever)-Baldwin Important Commercially. farm building. If possible they should The most Important commercial wincolor, preferably I ter vurlety grown In the northern tip- be Tainted a special to be conspicuous so us Is u red. or lubelwl ple dlKiicts In the Iluhhvtn. It und less subject to unauthorized user tpecl-menM)lld red apple In The chemical extinguisher has cuine und Is one of the most Importiiiit general use on uutomoblles i Into gfiierul-purpoivarieties. und quite elsewhere about the farm, und has! While not po?cfsiK fome of the the. wutet uprightly llavor of some of the dctscrt many udiantages over It can be employed, for ex ha a wide me for cut- - bucket. vurletlts, It )et uinpJc, In subduing tires umong oils, Ins cs well as culinary purpoM-- , where water Is of no value. In the The Yellow .Sewtim or Albemarle of a chemlcul extinguisher, sund lippln Is u winter dessert apple of Is serviceable In extinguishing burn color. The crlfp, Juicy Ing oil in ruse of a small fire on t tit j texture of the upple und lis tery high floor or In u shallow cotitulner, Snw-- ' particularly lluvcr muke thl sort Is iilo nectlve In putting ou'l prized for eating purpo-i- n during the dust oil fires, If It Is scattered over the tn-winter months. The Yellow Newton tire surface of the burning liquid so at , jiosivuses rood ciMiklnK quulltliT, but to smother the flames. The I'nltcd the relatively high price nt which It department of agriculture hat frequently Is sold makes It a dessert States it Fanners' Ilullrtln MH, Issued Tin u cooking apple. nitlier than Prevention und Fire Fighting on thi The Wlnesap and the Stayman Wlni-sa- p Farm," which discusses the varlout ure Important vnrletles wldHy t)K-- s of tire extinguishers and then grown la different ports of the counmerits. It may be had free by uddn-try. The Stayman Wlnesap Is u good-site- Ing the department. to injiriy solid rd d 1 d jk-hi! s tlmt In many case nn unnttructlvt kin covers fieu if inot dcllrjom flavor, while on the other hand man) n fulr hi j nrltiK apple leaves the cii Miner with the conviction Hint lie does not like tipple a well as he ued to. Iluylne nn apple tecnue It tkln I red or because It appear nttrartlve If jou don't know any more ahout It thnn tlmt Ik like buying u pig In n poke. A rosy tipple may taste us good ah It looks, hut It In quite as apt not to tin mi. Persons not familiar with the qualities of the different varieties of apple tire wise, when buying In quantity, to Mick to standard nirt. The character iMlcn of a few of the leading vnrlctics nre given as follows: I Ben Davis Leads In Quantity. I'mm the standpoint of uatitliy the mutt iiniKirtant apple to he found on the market In the Hen Davlx. It I n rood-sizeapple, very attractive In , being mi heavily strlpid with red In spoclinm!, ns to make n nearly solid red color on the ex'ased tide. It Is notoriously lacking In cutlcg quality hut when used for cooking purpos It has considerable merit. of Its pood keeping and shipping qualities It I one of the most widely known of the winter vad well-crow- n Ik-cau-e 10 O'CLOCK A. M. One farm of flOO acres, known as the John Hays farm, and the other farm of 210 acres, known as the Will Hays farm. Adjoins the lauds of S. C. Harris and .1. It. I'a.xton. Two miles from Stanford, on the Htistonville pike. Thit is the soil which has made Kentucky famous, Limestone soil with Red Clny subsoil. Here is land that has never heen on the market. Sugar tree and walnut land, lots of black locusts. A LOT OF VIRGIN BLUB CRASS SOI). No one has ever otfered this land for sale and it took me some time to get Mr. Reid to agree to let me sell it. Here is one of the good ones. This is the kind like to sell, as somebody is sure to want it. It Pays to Buy Applet by the Barrel If You Have a Place to Store Them. The .100 acre farm is on the South side of the Htistonville pike, has two sets of im 2 six room dwellings with halls and porches, cistern at each dwelling. Stock not lucking In rullnnry qualltlo, hut provements. O'Hrarttl y th t'nlted Statu Fenclike the Jonathan unci Crime nml some ibarn and tobacco barn, watered by springs and ponds. In a high state of cultivation. rr.r.t cf Agriculture.) 45 acres in corn, ,'l acres tobacco, 50 acres in grain sown to grass, .'10 acres in barley, Different varieties of upple hav of the other choirs vurletleti. It Is pre ing good. omologlcal Ilcrtlllon mark that htm dominant!) viilunlile for dessert pur- - balance of the farm in grass. mses. acre farm is on the North side of the Hustonville pike and has a splendid two The iik Identification guides to tin Initiated An apple more frequently hoxM than story 8 room dwelling with double hall and parches, splendid cellar. Thete who "know" tipples undorstimd Heautiftil yard with 1 I'rt Miirjh) there IinIii t going In te li tell bene tint something el to spend in) inoiiey for. Jilt cause Surah slid I rid has gut sioli new fsiiglnl iHitiotis Into their bends. jnu gtit to bmr the same Wc'e llteti liere till these Jeiirs, mid Holds before me, and Meter had any 1 thete fisd Ideas until )otir sister started. (iHes )ouil be wanting an liUtotiHiblle next." "Well, inter mllHl," replied III wife Innkl). "I just tltttHght 'twould be kind of hamly In rase of Mckuess, lit-- ' ing a mill- - from our nelghlxirs, ami I get b'ti Mie siiuictlMe. and could talk-- m Nrh." ninde no reply, but Her wiht aUmt the eteiring chores. Twss so n oil I.' Msrthy to ask him In waste Handy, HMUie) on Rti)lhliig sh fixiJlsli. IMri-tlThere wns old Midly, when-etethe wmhIisI to visit ami to run llitH tew n, mImi would tale her III less I ha ii an hour She mi M ill, m asked fur nn) thing or etituplaim-- that hi nmsrleuce bothered Mm a little, kih! the look of on her face he found of Iris thouchls. hard Ih git Netcr inltwt. mmp time soon, wlun h- his wirk ahiMg. they wtmld go Into town fur a ItnlkM)'. She had t.rru wiiektHg pr It) Iwnl IstHy and prel-sb- ly su-..1 88' QEflTnUDE ARMSTRONG. iu it, it sitcisi .Mnf rniii .No, i IiIihI ! r ta gt u I'lHilige 2-1- and crown largely In the large shade trees. 1 stock barn, J stock and tobacco barn, and other out buildiiigs, divided inNorthwest. Is the Arfcnntni Illnck. It to convenient fields and splendidly watered. 7 acres in tobacco, 50 acres in wheat and oats, U good sized and very firm and hard iiittll fully matured. Solid red In color, balance in grass. These two farms are level and gently rolling, all the land can be cultivated, and there It asimion In many s'eclmcn nlmost ti Mack shade. It If In n'nwn during is no waste land. the winter. It use I principally cut- Bach farm has a long frontage on the Hustonville Pike, also on the MeCormack Inary. It Is frequently found on the ' Church Tike, and both farms will he subdivided and sold in separate tracts from 25 to 125 fruit ttnnd hut In not Tery desirable acres each. Hut the division will be so that I can sell you just the number of acres you want. for eating In It fresh Mate. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELI.S" and sells to suit the bidder. Will sell it the way The Itnnann or Winter Hnoana l In you want to bid on it. Will be up and selling to the "High Dollar" and no by bids and no fake In the late fall and wibter. This MHMn vales. All I ask is for you to look over this land, attend the sale ami you name the price. npple can he used for Imth cooking and apple and very desert, I n For further particulars see W. E. Moss, or R. H. at m Danville olfice, W. A. when well nttracthe. In Dickcrson or George Swinebroad, at my Lancaster office, or trrown. Itn greenish-- ) ellow Mirface ha i conIdi mhle blush when highly ctd-orert. It li widely grown and for Kenernl purposes. good-sizenppi-artmr- harreleil, . Attd thus, like of us, he MMitha-i- l Ids foMMlfiiec with Jirowlte of better iMng In the future. Whin hi- - riloriHsl to the house llnlshlHg her dlshrs, was "1 itiiri FH g right to bed, John," she sf,M; "I dcH't f ! tery smart lar-th- tt y Jt I)eer, FIRE PROTECTION ON tl Swinebroad, The Eeal Estate Manl 1 L A NC ASTER , K ENT L'CKY. Our automobiles are at your service, day or night. Look up the dates of my other July Auction Sales. Write Blazes Are Started in Several description of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. Different Ways. Qrave Menace Lies In Improper Handling and Storage of Gasoline Pall of Water Is Oldest and Cheapest Extinguisher. FARM OF IMPORTANCE for catalogue, giving Saturday. JULY THE clDAMS FARM 156 ACRES RIGHT AT HUSTONVILLE, 17th, dT "Well. I wirtlM." he rr4lisl, Itxiking her li. nl) "And tnke suwethlng fnr that r..lil. I iUm l like the way It's twairlag en. Iln-- Hit way now for HMt a wk." AihI he ktsseil her SIhI pdtlisl her klHttt). It was two iHMir later when he He distr thHr where she lay, softly to the open awske. snd siNiri-Htl"IHk like a storm," sab! John, ami he crosM the room ami carefully efosrd the wliHluMr. muttering as he ".More new fsngled notions.' did Vhere was no response from the led. What was the matter! Twas l not at all like ilsrth) He bent over Iter In hohl a grudge. ami then Marled back. The staring ryes and burning fare did not look familiar. , ! ami see If Iatld Is covered, JuV.n. It chilly tonight." sho gasped. latld! Their liiy who bad lcen dead the Then It burst upon him the was delirious. What should he doJ (Jet a doctor, of course. If he could only get word to Sarah I And his heart sank he thought of the precious time he would waste drltlng all thus Nt ht blriH tip-tee- d eii ll. sret-trmperr- )irs. milt. "(ih, IIJ-s- (iil telephone" . what would I give for a burtt from his agonized Public Auction LINCOLN COUNTY KY. Subdivided into two or more tracts. We may sell a few town lots or one acre tracts, as they are very desirable. It is a matter of general knowledge that land around Hustonville is the most productive land in Lincoln county. This farm we are selling has been owned by its present owners over forty years and has the Ask the present tenant name of being one of the best little farms at Htistonville. who has been there fifteen years. He has taken'caru of it, kept it in a good productive shape and high state of cultivation and at the same time made lots of money on it. 15 acres in wheat, .'10 acres in corn, 25 acres in timothy and balance in blue grass. The farm has a two story frame dwelling, 8 rooms, 2 halls and two porches, located on fine elevation overlooking the town. Has a large stock and tobacco barn, other out buildings. Watered by everlasting springs and branch of Hanging-ForCreek. Ask any one about that "Good Hanging Fork Land." Has a long frontage on pike. It is generally known that there is more business at Hustonville than any place of its size In this section of Kentucky. Business houses, fine dwellings, hotel, two Ranks, good streets, Churches, schools, fine graded and high school. miles from .Morel and, 10 miles from Stanford, 10 A large section of country is tributary to Hustonville. miles from Danville. AN ARSOLUTE SALE and will be sold on easy terms, for possession January 1st, 1921. k I 2j He rushed out to the stable for old Molly, hacked her from her stall, and harnessed. Ills ham! seemed palsied. It was ages he got started. Hitting with all tpinl he came In sight of Sarah. They were up; he could Me the glenlii of lights through the trii-lite minute more, and with bursting heart he rushed In and told tin in hi errand. What there fur hliu In life, an)- way. If she wns unhapio I She who had hcled him sate day I') day. ni ter coHiitaliilMg. always nl whin the had asked for a tart of wlmi was really her she had ' been refused, he calling It II waste of inoiiey when but for Just such a "newfangled notion" he would hate lost the little partner man eter had. Muliy nks after a handsome little rutiKtotit drote Into the )ard, from whiih alighteil three men, carrying wires and ti')s. "Here your aut', lr. Cobb, The telephone men were coining out till way so 1 drote them oter. If there Is an) thing wrong let us know'. He oter tigi'ln by night. So Iftng." "Why Jehu, what doc this meiinT" atked Marthy. when the men had started to work downstairs. "It menu that the men have been working for Mime time, and you're a going to hnte that telephone, and If you don't like this here machine you're a going to have another one, and pick It out )ourtlf. They might be 'newfangled notions' but they're darned good ones to linte around a house," And Marthy smiled and thanked htm as only she knew how, s ; ' tin-er- f l-t Investigate this one, Look it over carefully. For further particulars sfce Adams Rrothers at Hustonville, W, E. .Moss or R. 11. Dever at my Danville olHcus, or W. A. Dickurson or George Swinobroad, at my Lancaster offices, or upple which possews excellent kei-lu- g qualities and Ih of inuih lniortunre both for (leM't purp'es und for cook-lug- , Tt.e Wlnesap Iiun excellent qualities and Is nvurde! ns t.r of the best general purpose applet on the market, although u little small for nn Ideal rooking apple. Northern Spy Is Popular. One of the staple varieties of apples rrown prlnrlpully In the northern ui-l4-e districts Is the Northern Spy. It tt of go! sin and one of the cholcet r.f the dcstrt applis beouuse of Its tUj texture utid spicy fluvor. It Is CATTLE HARVEST CORN CROP Plan 6uccecds Very Well When Hogi Are Sent In to Clean Up What Cattle Have Lett deH-M- rt The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ky. Our automobiles are at your service. Look up the dates of my other July Auction Sales. Write for catalogue, giving description of July auctionvales and also farms for sale privately. UTfiaied ly the I'nlttd Hlatts IVrt punt of Airlculture.) The use of cattle fur harvesting rorr succeed very well If hogs are latu turned lu to clean up what the ruttW may have left on the ground. CnttU may le used thus almost as succet fully at steep or hcra. lift Eamoan National Drink. of the national beverage Samimn sllandera I "kntn." obtained from the dried fruit of a plant known to the IkiImiiM us lipcr melhystlcum, sa)s the Kansas City Star, The clastic uiethisl of Its preparation was by chew. Ing, Water was added, and, after straining, the stuff was ready to drink. Missionaries convinced the natives that accord with the this methixl did lest social customs, and so nowaday Iney grind the kava root in a stout mortar with a stone pestle. To any unaccustomed person kata tastes rather like soapsuds though some say It has a Alitor of varnish. Many American, howeter, having acquired a liking for It. drink 11 by the gallon. Hut (he halite way of pr paring It la loo slow for I bun, and I her prefer to use a meat The nt rMidrr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 8, 920 1 RESIDENCE PROPERTY, IN BUILDING LOT, GARAGE AT g jkj 1129 NEIGHBORS By LOTTIE W. SIMMONS, OHIO H) FARM FOR one-half SALE. DANVILLE, AUCTION MONDAY, COURT DAY AT 1:30 THE PROPERTY OF Ft. of n liuc" Jt'llmv html. Juki HU'illin limkM up from Tl,i.f.il I etnu. en I e . . IM. Hill .....I. I.f. lillllllU mns art'i. cnm. to mink, rut nil out," ili'clnntl Mjrn llljk'lm In n vexiil ton is Mi vlifonimly ttlrn-- tt conlniU I IIITY-d bf tu,ur Ntppr nJltt tj th JULY 19th O'CLOCK, P. M. , JiilhVit ntnl borrow cupful," lit onVrtHl. A itull nil Htnlii.il Myra' chefli. Sln Kliuictil nngrlly at the RxMook Imt iiihI. Hi' mull who lind spoken, sn n Kri'iit ileiliv cnine over her to xhiibt' Is in. "You sttty nwny from Julln, sli "Vnu ko tlu-rnnM., loo tniicli ! rrniljr, IVm't you know, Jnkn, tlirt whol low ti l inlklnit nlmtit you ami hruM!T vm muling. "I'll k over to n. Right in the business section of the City. An admirable locution. on Main Street, and on Second Street. M. ARNOLD. Right Julia Mnrtlur "Oh, Dwelling house nnd lot with a frontage of thirty feet on Second Street and running back one hundred and forty feet, adjoins Arnold's Gnrage, and just opposite Danville Ice and Coal Company's Office. Brick dwelling, of 8 rooms, with a 23 foot lot sufficient width and running back to a depth sufficient for a good store room, right on Main Street. Known as the Fox Property, just below Second Street. Look at this property before day of sale. Somebody will own it, as it will be sold to the High Dollar without red or limit. serve, by-bi- At the same time we will offer for sale the Arnold Garage, Second Street. fronting on Here is a splendid chance to buy Danville business and residence property. Will be sold on easy terms. Possession December 1st. For further particulars see W. E. Moss, or R. H. Dcver, at my Danville offices, or V. A. Dickerson or George Swincbroad, at my Lancaster offices. SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Han. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Our automobiles are at your service. Look up the dates of my other July Auction Sales. Write for catalogue, giving description of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. DISSOLVING PARTNERSHIP Bright and Paxton's Splendid Bottom Farm AH Farming Implements, 235 Acre River (Formerly Owned by R. H. Bronaugh,) Subdivided. 50 Head af Stock, 200 Barrels of Corn, Etc. THE PREMISES ON SATURDAY, JULY 17th l thl munilnc, ycMpnUy, rvnily. How ninny Unit mid the tiny he fore, nmt tlm ilny lifforf Hint? Why ilmi't you iiack your trunk nnd mot ovitT A for Tom Martin, I if hiiHti't t Iim euniptlon of a trk chick in. Hi-- "Tart nitn'tlilnc! You could I ilk' liU if off uiiilcr his wry jp a riilKniMl in n dead inl lii'M ! ! In mli. Ni'lslilior. How ntiont ('nlliil on Iht lately? Mm lUki-it- t She's n nelalibor." "1Kik here!" blared Jake, "ynu know n well nt I Hint I Moh1 call' IS) years nso." tnc on i "I know you did," wni tin' hot retort, "and It'it lilgti time now that you paid tier colt! Here," cmliMne up it cup, "you tnkn this and nk Ijiur.i to let me linvi n cupful of rnMns till Wednesday." t Jake, "Well, I ciiei not!" Jumping to fet and thrusting out till Muhhoni chin. "All rlstit. Jake lllircln." Myra' voice dropped to lero. "Jut tvaun I'm your nlter I"v? atnyiil lien and kept !ioui' for jou ta)eil when you know I've nlnioit died for the city and the work I wanted to do there. Hut at lnt I'm going that K unle you want to run over to I.nurn' nnd bring me n cupful of rIMn," "I I" Jake crltte.1 tietween life teeth; and n he xtrnlEhtemil hla neck, tie he wai dully cnnclou of the fact ttiat hli anfety rnior had done Rood 'work thnt monilnir, the only trnc of a ttroni: lieunt helne n blultli ahadts n I unit Ills iwiunre chin. A queer llttlrt nentntlon begnn to play nhotit tit heart. Thought, flew thick and font. leading him hark to Laura t nle I He recalled what n awret little thing Jahn had been Ionic yellow curl. 'checks a nd ni the bright lde of an laitrachnu apple, hl(C eye-- i and a dimple brought often Into play by tnenni of a crinkly lime aratte. uev Mt would he forty In June. Lord I How tlmi) did fly I a foolish thins they As uiual It had quarreled OTer. Nobody aawr the hand of fato when Torn Martin and hi wife came back after years of wandering and rented tint Ilromley place. They had all been playmate togeth er, Tom and Julia, Jake and Laura, and Myrn. At Right of Jake'a rt'treatltiK back Myra'a far Maxed and the smiled. A couple of moments later Jullt Martin appeared at the back door. "My clotlientlnrt M caught, Myrm. I can't get It either ono way or tbo other. I thought maybe IihIi-p1- rrjilliil Jnkf "'Oi'ia.loiiully !" "Jnkr, ymi nuikf loni In tlifn Myra. ilon't l..e!n that." rnlmlrkiM tut lck ! Myra. Vou'v tlo FARM NO. 1042. A hluetrrnss farm of 78 acres In Dnrke County Ohio, on pike road two and miles from railroad station, one mile from church and nchool, all level to trently roll-iii- k land, can work entire farm with tractor; 7!J acres cleared land, T acres In timber, 10 acres in IdueKruss nod, 10 acres in clover and other jrrase.s. Watered by xprins, wells and extents, farm Is tinder a good fence and in high state of cultivation, tine for tobacco, wheat, corn, clover and alfalfa and etc., mostly black land. IMPROVEMENTS A good 8 room 2 story house In good repair, a good bank barn, a new 80 ton Kilo, all kinds of outbuildings. This is a good farm and in a good locality, same quality of land in other states would bring $1500 per acre. My price if sold soon' is $1(50 per acre on easy terms. Please write me for my free price list on Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky farms. Remember I can suit you in any size, price, or location desired. Johnson & Beaty Day Phone 611. Night Phone 303. GREENVILLE, OHIO. M AC'SY ERR I DWAY OF LOT MIRTH AND MUSIC WILL BE EXHIBITED ON THE JACK ADAMS' ON RICHMOND STREET, BEGINNING un JULY 12th TO JILT ONE MERRY-GO-ROUND 17th SIX PAID ATTRACTIONS. AND OTHER ATTRACTIVE FEATURES. ou THIRTY CONCESSIONS, AND ONE GREAT FREE ACT. BAND OF EIGHT PIECES Remember the date ALL NEXT WEEK. PROGRAM GARRARD COUNTY AT I0i30 A. M. LOCATED: Rffht at Iht edge of that thriving town of Crab Orchard with her fine schools, churches, stores, bank, famous Crab Orchard Springs, splendid citttenshlp and than one mil from passenfer depot and hipping ttation on L. and N. Part of this farm it within tha city limiti and it penetrated by a street which leads to tha Grad.d High School. Sine W. M. tlrlfht's daath il hat become necessary to wind up tha partnership flitting between him and J. II. Patton. Thit farm It up for tha "High Dollar" without reserve, by. bid or limit. AN AHSOLUTE SALE. Tha business mutt ba wound up. THE IMPROVEMENTS! Old fathionad brick bungalow of 8 roomt, hall, two porchat, good cellar, t. on a baautlful lawn, with avenue laading from National Highway, "IIOONE WAY." Tenant houta of three roomt and all necessary outbuildingt, Tobacco barn 36 & 100 ft. and 20 ft. to aavct, good ttock barn, three corn cribt, large tilo of 90 lont, hog houtet, etc. Fine orchard. I'lace watt fenced) eacellent water, numerout everlasting farm tpringt and deep well, All of thit rich and fertile farm in gratt except about 40 to 50 acret. The clover and timothy mradowi and corn in the bollomt are wonderful to tee. 150 acret of thit farm it lile drained river bottom land on which wat placed 20 carloadt of drain tile 20 milet of it placed there by and under oh expert engineering tupervition of the bett tile man in Kentucky, jutl at the beginning of the war before there wat any advance in labor, material, and freight. Thit tile drained land it not affected by either dry or wet weather, having porout toil to the depth of IS to 30 feel. A crop rotation of oalt, corn and clover it now being maintained and it producing wonderful re. tulll, and it becoming at fertile at the valley of the NILE. Thit land It producing, and will continue to produce at much corn, clover etc at any landl In the corn beltt of Indiana, lllinoit and Iowa, where they tell at from $300 to $500. per acre. An opportunity to buy land like thit only comet occasionally do not let it slip. The 83 acret In upland growl the finest quality of tobacco grown in Central Kentucky. Excellent crops from thit land have frequently topped the Danville, Ky., market during the whole teaton. Thit farm will produce larger dividends on the amount invested than any place we know of. Thit it undoubtedly the biggett farm opportunity that hat been offered In Central Kentucky thit year. If you are in the market for a farm, we urge a pertonal inspection. If you tee the land and the cropt it producet, you will realite itt wonderful value, Mrt. W. M. Bright and J. U. Paxlon lay SELL. You know what thit meant. YOU tay what it It worth and take the farm. We merely tuggest the termt and look after the detaitt of the tale etc. Termt exceedingly liberal and made known on day of tale. DON'T LET THIS OPPORTUNITY PASS YOU UY. The pertonalty belonging to Mrt W. M. Uright and Matin J. II. Paxlon and Jamei Metier consists of a world of farming loolt and implements necessary lo run a COO acre farm, two large cribt of corn containing from I7S to 200 barrelt of corn, SO head of ttock of mulet, horses, cattle etc. REMEMUEK THE DAY AND HOUR SATURDAY JULY 17lh AT I0i30 A. M. Bo on handt promptly. Mr. James Metter on the place will lake pleasure In showing the farm lo prospective purchasers. Dinner on the grounds. For full particulars, blue printt etc, tee, write or phone either Mrt. W. M. Uright, or J, B. Paxlon, Stan, ford, Ky., or here." Interrupted Myr .k to coldly, "hut come In; I Why don't you tell you Bomethlnic. JJake to keep away from your house? P.i you nallro that ho Is costing you "He ln't Jake" I COL. J. B. DINW1DDIE hughes oa lis & Mccarty Black. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. your good reputatlonf Julia eyed her friend very aennely for it guilty woman. "What the gonlpn ay enn't do mis any real harm. Myrn." he replied gently, "Wi'll noon he leaving Tom can't May In one place long, you know, but will be here all her life, aoJ Jake hern In thl little town where they wero born anil they might at welt be happy. And you, Myrn, you want your chance, ilon't you? If you are the old Myra. with the old am billon, you certainly do." Myra wa puzzled. "I don't know what you are driving at," aim said. "What do you nuppote Jake and I talk about when he cornea In?" she asked with n bright amlle. "I'll tell Laura. That't you oni topic alwaya her. of why he. comet. Ilu lore course he's always loved her, and ha like, to talk about her, or hear tu talk, I should say, Haven't I almo-- t worn out the KnglNi language raving about her yellow holr. her crinkly mill', her dimple, her superiority, her trnder heart, her goodnes. and atlll that man Un't aatUtted? It's like pouring water Into a Jug with a holo In It. And. Myra, can't you forese-- i tho He's going to march over them some day Utile by llttlu I've, been melting hit pride and then what should hav happened 20 years ago will happen thill." "Oh, Julia." almost whispered Myra, "he's over there now; I sent him ms I didn't I I fn yout If It hadn't been you. Julia." for you Ood Soon after that the wanderlust struck Tout Martin and he moved away to the tiett town. Shortly after hit friend Mopped blm on the arrival street with this remark: "Heard about Jake lllgglus. Tom? Ue married a neighbor of his last IfUL" l? CHRISTIAN BIBLE SCHOOL CONVENTION, Pleasant Grove, Friday, July 16th MORNING SESSION. 9:15 10:00-r-"Il- Devotional Period. et Method of Training Bible School Leaden" Mm. Bourland 10:10 Beit Plan for Increasing Bible School Attendance "How Best Teach Minions in Bible School "What I Mii Parrie Clark J. A. Tucker Rosa Kay 10:20 10:30 10:10 10:50 1 1 Mrt. Guy Davidson. Saw and Heard at the School ef Methods Mrs. in Bible How Make beat uie of weekly Bulletin School.. State Worker! Period Appointment of Committees. Offering x Geo. T. Simons :30 11:35 11:10 12:00 Roll Call and Report from Kaoh School, Lunch ami Recreation. AFTERNOON SESSION 1 ;30 Devotional Period. Buiinets Session. ' 1:45 Church Needs and How to Meet Them 2:00 '.MliO "The Need of Recruits for Ministry I "The Need of Evangelism" "The Need of a Missionary Passion" al MlsiWn FleW"B. Bourland. Rev. B, Rv. Frank N. Tinder Rev. W. M. Smith bht 2:40 3:00 3:40 3:45 4:00 "Opportunities and Imperative Needs" Announcements. Consecration Moments. Adjournment. ..... . Rev, Geo, T, Simon The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 8 1920. 3F1HE D OE 3G 3E I show an inclination to delay or evade MOTOR EXPRESS WILL i Bargains We are offering the following prices for TEN DAYS ONLY people" are Involved, the president AID TRANSPORTATION should remove them from office and otherwise punish them Jail the shirking prosecutors, if possible. for Hauling Farm One such shakeup n an example Facilities would be sufficient. Cars would be Produce Arc Lacking. gin to move everywhere, and would keep on moving. And the people could keep wnmi Solution ef Problem Seen In Establish next winter which Is doubtful under ment of Rural Auto Truck Feed, present conditions. cr Lints Specially Designed Vehicles Used. ugliest Mil llSil raid Market race FOR WHEAT AND ftY We will Buy or Store Sacks Free. Your Wheat Is Insured With Us. WHY NOT BUY GOOD Hay Rakes $35.00 up. Mowing Machines $65. up. 2 Old Hickory Wag3-4- in. ons $140.00 If you want a bargain, act quick as the above can not be bought wholesale at these prices now. Conn IE Brothers. 1F1F1 a "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." 3E rr IE S The Central Record Issued We.kly. $1.50 Payable in Advance. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L could not have done better than selecting Governor Cox. He Y.sr. is a democrat of the old school He believes that this govern .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mjr. Entered at the Post Office in LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Uacaster, Ky.. July 8, 1920 Member Kentucky Press Auoeiation THEAMEHICAN PHf.53 AWCTATIOS' Rale, For Political Announccmant. For Trecinct and City Offices. .15.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices. .1C.0O .10 . For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or "expression of individual views, per 10 line .OS Obituaries, per line ... .... FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce KALPH 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. We are authorized to announce COL. FKANK L. RIPY, of Andersen county, a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional Dis trict of Kentucky. State Primary Election. Saturday, August 7, 1520. TICKET. Every democrat in the land should be pleased with the work of the convention at Frisco. James Middleton Cox, Governor of Ohio, for president, and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, for Vice President, make the very strongest ticket that could have been selected. Not only a vote Rutting ticket but men qualified and fitted both by training and experience for the great tasks they would be expected to perform if selected in November. There is a marked contrast in this rogard between the selected leaders of the two parties. Governor Cox, born and reared on a farm, a printer, newspaper editor, congressman for several terms, three times elected Governor of the great republican state of Ohio, furnishes to him the widest executive experience and preparos him for the duties of President. His fine executive poise has enabled him to ho administer the attaint of Governor of Ohio to the emminent satisfaction of the people of that great state with its varied and diversified business interest, to the end that he is admitted by all to be the most popular governor in all the Union. The democrats! A GREAT pre-eminen- ment is for all the people and no class should be favored in the executions of the govern mental functions. He not only believes this in principle but that the government should be so administered. His record as governor is outstanding proof. We have heard of no demo crat displeased. A suggestion of dissatisfaction from any democrat would be a grave re flection on ones democratic faith. Franklin D. Roosevelt is equally attractive for vice president. A leader at one time in the New York legisla ture, when he stood for clean and progressive politics. As assistant in the Navy during these strenuous years where he performed those arduous duties with energy, ability and fi delity and endowed with a bril liant'intellect with such a rec ord he appeals to the voters of the nation. The democrats present a strong ticket upon n platform that is above criticism. The Republicans concede that there is a race, a real contest on now. Such a ticket and upon the platform adopted the voters of this nation ought to elect Cox and Roosevelt in November. To say that we are pleased with the work at San Francisco expresses it mildly. Hi.- - above tmnl lolieil utili happily .olieo the problem. It la the motor trurk line. Worthwhile trmls am good roads form the liiirtHiit link In the farm The king of Greece contracted a ar tni!ortNtioti s)trm which will bring about the Mute of affairs re morganatic marringe with a charm, ferred to. ing lady not of the royal circle. His Alread.r prosrelve cities are In army officers and his government of. tailing frrteht terminals for truck licials are much distressed thereat, line". Muter eipri'ss has proven to and are endeavoring to induce the be ii logical, economical and sure king to cast her off toss her into dis- iiiiMIhhI of bringing the farm to mar card and marry some one of the ket. Ttiee Hue. are run the same as unr railroad and may aither operate blood royal. Independently air la conjunction with If the young king is weak he will ii railroad. put a good wife behind him and cling An eiomple of the latter class Is to his tinsel crown. If he is half a found In the motor truck feeder line man he will remain true to the wom- of a WImihiIii-IIIIhI- s railway con eern. Alxmt n jenr nco I lilt company an he has married. Hut kings as a rule are not quite rtnllziMl ltt epri- - senile vu Inade half man, anil the ultimate decision quate to rare for Its territory. They of young Alexander is problematical. olved their problem by establishing Hum to take up motor eipraThe old world does not possess a ruralwork where the the interurtian left Think a little and you will call to mind some young lady whose sweetness of disposition is a marvel to her friends Part of that disposition is hereditary, but much of it Is the result of environment and early training. Some mothers have n rare talent In the training of children. They do not rule by threats and spanks, but from early childhood the pride of the little one is brought to the fore. As early as it can understand, it is taught to be gentle and sweet, nnd to take pride in excelling In those wom anly qualities which appeal so strong ly to the human race. As a child is taught in its infancy, so will it invariably be In maturity If all mothers would bear this fact constantly in mind, there would be more of that innate sweetness which is so charming in the female sex, and which appeals so strongly to manhood In all stations of life. ii lias neon asserta-a- i tliat M) wr rent of tlie perNhahle produce now grow ii un fnriiis throughout the United Slates Is watel because proper facll- Itles for hauling It to market are lack Ins. Hie lu to fanners, tngrllier with tlie rimoinlc lots to the whole lia Hon dui in this condition, ranches treiiieniwu total. It Ii further clulmea the solution of Milt problem would go a long war tu sutufactairtlv reduce the tilth cost of thing. In n word It woiiiii cue Hie runner more money for Ills lupllul nnd work, but at the same time make the tariff easier on the ultimate cunotimer. -, What Is ntilly neede r hranch feeder line to farm. OhvhuIr the rtillroml-- . can not build them. The electric roads help, but do not entirely till Hie hill. There l. FLOUR? n OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. Try We Deliver In Town. Sack Today. Made from Choice Old CropJWheat. BUY YOUR WINTER COAL NOW. Cow Peas, Cane Seed, Millet, Soy Beans, See Us For Bale Ties. Lime, Sand, Portland Cement, Brick, Genuine Kanawha Salt. eltlier of bow ever, awe method of tninH)rta tlaiu liicli, uvil In ronjiinctloti with ties Hudson Parnau Telephone 26. & 1 taaao&aaan&QOQcxxyaoaaoasix 01. . Classified Column ? ac, s Mil. Ri ! it' tf Hrand new Thornhill A :t harness, I'ricral V Kavanauirb. DuraK p.! RATL5i hOK SAI - a good woman. Some day kings will have brains in stead of vanity, or there will be no more kings. single crown that could compensate for the luss of the love and respect of puis at farmers price; also some Wi;h Single insertions le a word N'o ad taken for loss than 29c 5 bred, cholera immune!, stock shaat, w and pips at skippers prices. in this column. N'o aati in tMs Q I'hwie 7 A T ,J Underwood, jj column charges!. I'aint Lick, Ky. Seven inrertiasaw for tac j KR SALE tine pair aaf Fair-ban- k price of five. jj stork seal, as new; one I'hone orders rati.: be paid ff ir of lompsitiBkT counter scales, X promptly. perfectly pa!: one t fsmt oval shw rae and one More hfrtlac stve. All are in perfect condition anal will be KOIt SAI.K Etr nice Jersey saM cheap if taken at once. w- - T Kiag, S. II. Henry. ,at' heifer calf. Uneaiter. Ky. u! MANSE. As The Editor Sees It. Experts ure telling u that the country will be short of coal this win tcr, because the mining companies can not get freight car enough for shipping the coal to the distributing points. Go into any big railroad yn,n! in the country ami you will see thousands und thousands of earn standing on side tracts, waiting to be unloaded. In numerous cases they have been standing many days, possibly weeks, yet no apparent attempt is being made to unload thorn. Even in small towns you will find cars stand ing day after duy, Tlii condition u one great cause for the shortage in rail traniporta. lion. It is the reason why the mines arc not putting more coal on the market. It is tiie reason why many peo ple will fricse next winter if coal is not moved more rapidly. It would be un easy mutter to cor-rcthis disquieting condition of affairs. The government could take one great railroad center as an example. It c'ouW send secret service operatives to that city to check up on the idle cars, and the cause for such idleness. An explanation could be demanded of the railroad company. If the company could not give a legitimate reason, the officiuls should be punished Julled if possible. If not the fault of the company, and the consignee is responsible, he should be punished Jailed if possible. And if government officials whose duty it is to prosecute such offenders hone 161. Kev. Ramsey ond son, Itozcll, spent the week end in Louisville. I am aeeRt for Uie Studeixtfcer ron SALB-ro- osB One ntodero seven Mrs. Hurdette Itnmsey dined with AutomoWle. Can malte Mivry at dsrsdltar oi i I.antnKton Street Mr. und Mrs. Ward, Sunday. once on 8 I 'mm en tier. just in the town limits with electric Miss Mary Noel of Danville is vis G. C. Walker. (fonts, watarr 3t. in tne yard, concrete iting her sister, Mrs. James Woods. We have a full Uac of KtaupJa tex wain. Rood bom. unratre, ami all Mrs. Jennie Slavin is visiting Mr. i ture rnee and Common ilrlek far nectwoary oat kwfcMnk's. and Mrs. Guy Hundley in Danville Ttos place woulal be worth $2000.-0- 0 Motor Trucks ipcted to Solve porch columns or any pttrpstae. this week. more than we ask with a little Transportation Problem. .MUHni? Ce. Garrard Mrs. Ernest Woods of Paint Lick work, such "as uaintinc and n few ieclally deslcned for FOIt SAI.K: Five J'aweriKer Ford small odal jobs. This place spent Tuesday with her sister Miss iff. TrneLs will have l work were car in first class condition Hal Hoyston. at n bar-- I to be seen to be appreciated I'hone for the work. the velilclci Miss Delora Napier is spending the They were aipilppatl with Ixxlles and train, inquire at Ikatherate Gar-- or call on C II Turner at the Hen- .' ' Ital (laraire I'hone CO. summer here with her sister, Mrs. trailers and put to work over certain (!.l.t.n.l Ilurnam I.edford. prmcil their nuiti". The? worth. Misses Hurdetta nnd Minnie Nel If a fianniT has enouch material son Kamsey nre spending the week in gadng In, n trailer ran he left at his Stanford visiting relatives. ,7 ran then load It and It farm. Rev. Ramsey ami family ami Mr. will be picked up on the next trip. C. E. Rozell und Mrs. Itozcll spent The truck run on time table schedThursday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim ule, inako two trlis iner their routa-- s Qi each day, deliver and pick up all Hurnside. kinds of shipments no mutter honr Rev. W. A. Ramsey and family Mr. small air lurga. Shipments recehiil Hi and Mrs. C. E. Rozelle were enter- nnywhere In the stcm up to '1 p. tained In the home of Mr. and Mrs. m. an nt their ila'stlnatton, which may I.enr last Sunday. by the be any other place coera-Mr. and .Mrs, ('. K. Rozell of Char line, before noon of the following lotte N. ( who have been visitinir day, Prom the time the first trucka were llev. Ramsey and family have return Installed the (Kipularlty of the feeder ed to their home after a months stay. lines was never In doubt. More busi.Mr. and .Mrs, Kozelle were delight ness than they could Kslbly handle fully entertained while here. was quickly offered to them nnd the fleet lias turn expanding ever since. BATH They offer a really dependable serv. Boring at an Angle. Por boring a hole at nn angle n nur Ice which means money to the formband drill is fitted with a protractor ers served. The service has baen In r and the trucks Iikta and level by mentis of which tho Im- operation n liven thn functioned nil the time. plement may bu heJd at uny dcnlml angle and Uie hols bored accurately. severest days aif last winter did not cause of Hhlpma'iits. iV-M-St. ! I a hlsh-speeay 1 iiiffiE VOl SAI.K New 1MB. KWe room TIREIN-SOLEtk. "Mile Multi. llunpilow m HswcMcft Hoirfcte. plicr" the far i?relaat miraele-werkI'nceii to sell Gw. Hather makMi; all automobile Urea er "I'UNC FOIt SAI.K: Jersey bulls. TURK 1'IIOOP". Kltminates trou-MTwo twHy yearMni; ! rswfHcney. Doubles It. IIoMissmi neree Tire Mtleape Lancaster. Ky. Toy Sander. Atrt. e, I TINNING AND PLUMBING TUBS. LAVATORYS, WATER ja-n- KITCHEN SINKS, a tli-u- p For CARING Up-To-Da- te FOR AILING ANIMALS i Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Whenever Tuberculosis Is Discovered Cow Should Bt Separated From Healthy Cattle. with tuberculosis A caiw infacta-should be sepnrateil from healthy cat. tlo as saMin as the disease Is discovered as, otherwise, she Is constantly a medium for the transmission of the all mint to her mates. It Is Imperative that no newly purchased animals bo Introduced Into a healthy herd until h they have successfully puscd a tuberculin test administered by nn experienced velerlnnrlnn. thor-niix- CLOSETS, ROOFING, GUTTERING. We have the Stock. You don't have to wait. You can see what you are buying. Two competent workmen, who have had 15 years experience. Call us. Phone 49. Repairing, and alljkinds of j Tin Work SEE OR PHONE "ELBOW GREASE" IS APPLIED Really Good Gardener Will Coax Roots ef Plants to Go Deep and Far for Molsturs. A reully soal gardener will work "with brljiht tools and plenty of "el bow creasa'." Willi corrart application of water If It aloa-- not rain, h will coax roots to go deep and far for food and drink, thus lasiirtuc vigorous root systems. s P.B.WilEiams&Co Lancaster, Ky, Quick Service and Good Work HflSELDEN IS BROS. , rs?l3 HaVTs' (ii- -j ri3 In rii ftaa ?irWif7;ir-- . iujojj Pssjjrcjsrcjfjsj w fii liij V 6 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. July 8, 920 1 INFERIOR SALT WILL POST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. RUIN COUNTRY HIDES One Mower left $75.00; 10 ft. iteel Hny Rake $45.00 avenue. aln(l brushed lo SHOES IS URGED They should grit onbethem mayornut rnr so that the 5 Tooth and Riding Cultivator at Cost; Range from $27.50 up .Mm. Carpenter, of Hustonville, Mr dtiil llie surface. to $100.00. Screen door and window cheap, Tobacco hoc, and Mm. Sam Luk, of Florida, were It Is economy lo keep two lrs of Hair Is So Set That It Cannot Be visitors of Mm. Kmmii Kaulfman on Footwear Requires Good Treat- slides In iit(. n ml wear thrtn on litter- Hay fork etc, Ice Cream Freezer, $5.50; Refrigerator, Coal oil .Sunday. Removed Properly. nnte ilnjs; the thoronch airing on Stove $25.00; Brown Buggies, Mogul Wagon, Unmet ment to Preserve Quality and or Muffiil with paper keeps Mis Saddle cheap. We can ell cheap because we don't have much have in (.Ida Mne and Marie Hay thrtn freher nnd more hpely so that and Neat Appearance. returned home, after several All Incident Illustrates Importance of Atnrli pair slvi-limcrr service. rent to pay. We tell only quality good. flays visit to Misses Maude tention to Details In Handling and shoes sliiiiild he kit clean and well ihw-tna s STILL TRIMMING PRICES AND NOT CUSTOMERS. Mrs. Tom Adams and Mm. John A. Dntson, of Sharpsburp, are jruests of Mm. II. A. Mcdrath, on Lexington BETTER CARE OF trttfd csrefnlly Ibe slirnsi they prelect. They iliimlcl be kept from great biaL still el "right side up with rare' to prevent their loMne shape J. R. MOUNT The Hay, Stock and Q Gossip About People vvv A flfUl PERSPIRATION LINING ROTS Mis (ieorirm Dunn leaves thu Deal House. week for New Orleans to attend the Christian Kmleavor Con-- Gocd Ccenemy to Keep Two Pslrs and Pitle Scale CIIKAP. Wear Then en Alternate Days ventlon which will be held in tlmt city. s Thorough Airing on Mm. Henry Fauleoner. Mrs. W. II. Mr. and Mr. Ilnrry Klmorc and Keeps Them Shapely. little daughter, of llnrrodshurg, bnvp Mason and Mb Sue Shelby Mason irrr nil t.r ire t'nlinl Fiii. P(rt- been recent guost of rel- - attended the funeral of Mrs. Fannie or .KrtrullMri ) Scott Matthew In Nwholaivilte SatintiVF sin- When a of 1 Shoe-Treeim-n- l & CO. (ikidya Arnold at Stanford. urday. Minttai cl th Cemlng! ind Gainjt by Those Vfi Art lattrtilid In. Mr Kirhard Kennedy of Aliibamn, Mi. William lackey and children, is visiting Ms sister. Mrs. V. A. Far-riaami Mr. Famau on Maple John and KWie, of Harlan, are guest avenue Master II. V. Ilastin, Jr., has re turned from a visit to his nunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dennmti in ScM asvttle. of fiarrard relative before going to Akron Ohio, where they will reside in the future. Mr Aery is spending day in Stanford. J W sever-ji- Mr. itnil Mm A C Miles vvhn have lirrn quite ill are improving. IJiurn Dunn ef Lexinntan, the guest f Mis Helen ("ulley. Mb Mrs. hi relative. Hurry Hudson has returned from Springfield where she vMtl Miss Van (Irrestlcaf, tif Ittchmaiid, ha been visiting tirr aunt, Mm. Kinina KaulTman. m Miss Helen KoUfMon, ef Lexington visiting Mr J C. Itoliinson on Itichmond avenue. the anrml f Mr. Alfred Ilrent her father. Him. It. 11. TemMMon, un ItichmotHi street. Mr. Alwer CarnMMi in I!h. MIwn Mary HIU and Hrarxin Carmwny were Crab Orchard Sunday. Mis Lacile Sutton spent the week with Mr. and Mm Clay .Sutton ami attended Chautauqua. Carponter llatlssu of Mb Stanford, bus bee the guost f Mis-- i AWe ad Mary Arnold. Mr. J. II Conn is in Louisville and (;r4. mtHith A. II. Mm. Ceorge T. Ilogard ami son. (Jeorge. of Louisville, arrived jester - ' day ami will be the guest for several Mr .and Mrs. Oneal llroaddus, of weeks of .Mrs. llogard's father, Mr. Ckiwiga. are visiting Ws parents. Mr, Jesse Dety. and Mr. Crenley llrmiddus an Dan Mr. and Mr. J. William Jones of rillc avenue. returned to their home on Mm. Cara Miller and daughter, of Monday after spemllng the week-enSomerset, arrived today for n visit to with Mm. Jones' parents, Mr. and! Mrs. W II. Hull and Mr. Hall on Kleh Mm A. (' Miles ' mnitd Avenue. Miss Sally Noel, who sulfereil a .Master Clay Shackelford and little stroke of paraiysln three weeks ago. it reported as slightly improve.! toMis Mary Shackelford, of Itlrhim.nd are guest of tbeir Mrs day but is still in n very serious condition. Her many friends hope that Kmms Kaulfman. she will be out of the critical stage in Mi Nannie l.nverne Ilourne ami the next few day. Danville Advo-cat()l Tlwma are vwiton of their Mr. ami Mrs. llourne Mhw Marilee Lear, who has been in the rwunty. the charming gue-i- t of her sister. Mm Mettsrs William Kmnalrd and Cru Mac Wilkins at Shelby N. ( . Ims ar W. Iiwsan, who Have Htition near rived home. She was accompanied North Middlilouii, spent the week home by Mm. Wilkin and bab. who end at home. will remain several week visiting I.tr Mr. and Mm. V. A. Lear cn Mr. J. M. StiiUKhten, of Camp iwrent. d Krand-motheKmnd-Mrent- lied, l.tntlii r sIhms may be nibbril with vs'ellne to kiep them soft and nlo to keep nnitture from asltig qulrkly tlirouuh lln leather. lni-are usually White canvas cleaneil vellh a nimiiierclal prepara tion. If vnter Is ned. no niore thnn should be applied on the shirts and they must bp clianed n shM-lr- ei or stuffed with paper to prevent the canvas from shrinking. If dn nmld they are badly soiled they may le he IxHislit for a MuMlollar bill mot washed with n soap that contain whitpiople Mere not grmtly runicrtnil as ing dried, nml If necessary treated to Ihu' Ume they uimtd wmr. lint with n commercial cleaner. All traces now niri- eM-r- bixly I taking letter of the cleaner should be carefully Immmi in nn einlinir to rare of wix'I from the cilecs of a colored prolong their usefulness. sole; otherwise the sole will hnvo a Kur Iuim wbu are imt "sIiimuI'" lovenly Appearance. White suede the fi'lloulnir ndrlrp on the enre of and buckskin shoes are cleaned In Iiih'X rlxcii liv rliillilni? m IhIuu In much the snmo cetiernl uny, but with the I'nltid Sialei ilijwrtiHi nl of ag- - speclnl cleaners made for the purpose. rlriillurf, may proe helpful. Cheit or Bags Conserve Space. Walk Right to Save Shoes. Where conservation of space Is not rfiU,. (,f t IiimIj In ualk-luCareful necessary, a small chest for holding pnilonc" (he llf. if sliiM.. A rare- - sIhm-tuny Ik milled to the furnishings sllplnl gait Hear Ihm-- i of the bedroom; or shoe lings hung '''enly, tll an erect rnrrlaci tends on the Inside of thu closet door nre k" ""' good. I'nlm of bites In different col,"' in S,"',' ,,,,,n mnr" m'st """'r ors nre very useful for pncklng shoes artlcliof clothing i ei to u- - Hirel when traveling; they keep the shoo lifter wearing Ir en! r to I ni'tit the from teltig scratched, prevent them KmplnitlMi fn.r, tin' lining from soiling other articles, and mnke lira nd Curing Alum I Especially Objectionable. ' s ner-snr- tlr j - g I'. '''' - - -- nnig (is., arrived Monday for i Lexington avenue. visit t her mother, Mrs. Markshury. II Mr. Itobert Hrewer of Cl.er.i Oklahoma, whose wife and children .Htatr Isreart ef Acri'idlHre ) Hides should be Milled only with clean, pure salt free from alum, ao milling to a recent Ih Kiiipii t of Urn bureau of chemistry. This bureau Is making n study of the host method for skinning form animals and curing hides In order lo produce u leather. Salt containing alum partly Ian the hide and sets the hnlr so that It cannot be removed. Hides which ennnot be uiihnlred properly bring a loss to the tanner and prejudice hlrn In future purchase against hldm from the same source. Tanner recently snhmltled tr the bureau of chemistry green salted tildes which could not be unlinlred after liming In tho ustinl way. In order fo find out the cntise. An examination showed Hint on the lmss of the dry hide spots ennlalned 0.8 per cent of tilumlua nnd the portions where (ho hnlr was not loosened contained 1.2. per cent of alumina. The portions of tho hide which eontnlned 0.8 per cent alumina unhalred with dltllcully. whllo the portions rontnlnlng LID wr cent could not he nnhnlred even on tho lunm. An Inferior snlt contnlnlngnliim had been used In snlllng the hides and had set the hnlr. This Incident Illustrates the Importunes of attention to detnlls In the bundling nnd curing of hides and skins. Knrmer. country butcher and. dealers nre advised hy the department to use only clenii, pure snlt In salting bides. The presptire of alum In salt In objectionable und im little ns live per lent in the salt can In detected usually hy Its hitler taste. Partners" bulletin No. 10.V, which gives detailed directions for skinning, r urine and marketing country hide end skins, may be olitalned upon application to the I'll tid Slates department of agriculture, Washington, I). C. (PrMnrrd mat Uf fnllMl Msb-grad- isM-clnll- I Nashville Tiun, attending the ware Dmitri Asstoesatfa. Mm. Wm.1 m Hard- Maya l.iok. Ky.. vudting her aktvr. Mrs. J. K. an Danville street. llftt. of J.ub'non Mr. W. It. Cook and Mr. Cuok uf Danville vititrd Mm. Kllen Owatey Sunday. Mi. ami MIm Amanda Andersen b riw turned frtssa a brief lMt plows at vi4t to relative in ld1anoh. Mr. Harry Tomlinson ha joined at wife for a visit to bur parents, Mr. and Mr. Walsh, in I.udlovr. MIm Cindy Helle Altaian uf ia the guest uf her cousins, Mitsos Kmmu and Lula Smith. ItWh-mun- present of her parer.tr, N'kh Mr. and Mm. Joel Walker in Ijir.cn 4aville, were kuosU Sumhiy of, Mr. Walden of Dar.v.ile ami Mrs. A. C. Mtl.vs and Mr. and ter. and Mr. are in California with the idea of lc Mrs. Hubert Carter. eating in that state and consider.r.g Mr. and Mm. II. V. lla4i ami ehil a MMsible home for their families. tireH were in Niebokiixille last week Mm. J. W. Cruteher and th kniint of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. .MIm Mary Moore, of Georgetown r.:: Cbnrle Penman. I'alm Heach, Flu., returned to ( rab Mr. Kdward Lester of Akron Ohio, Orchard after a pleasant little has Jolmsl bis wife here who is spend in Ijtneaster. They will be busters, a iK the slimmer with her parents., Mr. July llth for the placing of n com menorative taldet at the Whitley and Mm. II. C Pollard. Iwuse by the St. Asaph Chapter of I), Mmh KuueniM I'olbird and Mi Su A. It. of Stanford. Mm. Crutcher's Mutton of Marksbury. have been the charming ilnughter, Mis Mary Moore ChautauiiuH k'uents of Mrs. J. I. Ham Crutcher will unveil the tablet and ilton and Mr. Hamilton. Mlsa Kuther Ilurch will make the ad Mrs. Susie Curtis has returned to dreiw, Imth being descendents of the hero commemorated. her home in Crab Orchard, nfter pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs, J. II. Conn, on itichmond avenue. Smith-WeMr. and Mr. Ijliard Um of are at guesta VEGETABLES ARE IMPORTANT Most Intensively Worked Field Farm I Oarden Irish Potatoe Are Leaders. on Jee rrrrl nw r. ? ir HM5slHw If You Want to Ruin Shoes, shoc-tn-e- B1BAJ lor convenience It Is usually located close to the dn filing. Many farmers have. In addition, truck patchea In The most Intensively worked field on the fnnn I the garden. by the I'nltr.J mate nt of Avrlrulture ) Irrt- - Put Them While Wet on Radiat. It posslhlo Milton Sneed, who say he enn't do Ituth Waller of Louisville, is without the Kccerd, remit for nn tha?chrming house guest of Mr. and other year and asks to be remember Mm. J. ft. Dickerwm on Hill Court. od to all his friends. He is enjoying Mailer Jeff and Hubert Dunn, of jrood health now in Kirhtnond, 1ml. Lexington, are truest uf their grandLittle Miss Klslo and Master Era parent, Mr. and Mr . D. (iulley. est Hntfleld, interesting' children of Miues Abble Todd and Mary Kllen Dr. and Mm. M. S. Hatfield, are i'eare wore Sunday and Monday flutt- spending several weeks with their Mr. and Mm, T. II. er of Miss Kdnn Mae lto of Walter at Jabex, Ky. M.l grand-parent- BEST LAUNORY AND DRY CLEANING D0NB BY Madison Laundry & Dry Cleaning COMPANY Collected find Delivered CALL OK SESU TO HALLS GR0CKRY PAUL MORROW, A Kent. H AT WOUK AND FAMILY WASIIINC He Pound. ) l( I I jji GIANT TIEES. I 30x3 $14.75 30x3 $12.75 SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS $1.00 Per gallon from barrel $1.10 5 gallon cans Per gallon, Per gallon, 1 gallon cans, $1.25 BUY THE BEST. a I .y. S! I I ft I SANDERS VARIETY We Sell For Less. STORE i CI tlfl quickly. Shoe repairing has become such on art tlmt shoes must be of very poor leather. Indeed. If they will not stand repairing. heels s(sj the ri shape of shoes nml should bo leveled ut once. If thu shoes nre of good lenthtr, well shaped, nnd well made. It r Is worth while to have full sole hand Ts i ewed on them und new heel put on when the first set wear through Shoes thus mi tided will outwear those repaired with ordinary hnlf boles, and also have a much better appearance, (truss null In the heel make lesi noise thnn Iron nulls In walking. Ituli Garden Should De Located Con venlently to Dwelling. Iter IiccIm prevent Jarring nnd for some cions tlicy m'ciii to wear longer than Ilrlds where Inler-tlllecrops, audi a leather hetis. com, are crown. These patche ur conveniently plowed, irtmred, und Journal. cultivated ut the same time tint rrcntcst abundance In the butler fat ground Is worked for the regular crop. GIVE CHILDREN MILK of milk. Huttcr Is rich In this vita- - In T. A. llradley, Danville Ky., ha U the truck patch Ktutoos. sweet CTID MtTCnCn DBfllXIM inline. It I also found to some extent corn, cahhuKC, lomntot-s- , squash and head of line high grade Hereford, I Ull I1LLULU I IIU I Ulll j C1H,M, cucumber are usuully raised. cow - third calf, heifer 2 year old, In milk In found another vllnmlne, Vegetublrs only about 11 bull calf, six month old, Natural, I called the vitamin, be- - per ctnt (In constitute ull food convalue) of U.is Their Natural Food and the i rm,M. , ,,,,, , nt,ri Polls, beauties. sumed by farmers, and about W) per vltamlnes are found lo some extent BCSt WC HaVC. tent of the vegetables are furnished lu certain other foods, but now hers by the funn. In cencrnl, Irish (sitn-ti" are. they found lu so great on abun ure easily the most linorlant veg My SO acre farm 3 miles can of ConUIn Lime and Other Salt Need- - d"1 " ln "dlk, nrcordltig to the etable constituting neurly uno- I I'liltnl Stutes department of ncrlcul half ofraised,value of vegetable con Lancaster, off Itichmond pike one- ed for Strong Oones and Tilth the ture. half mile. 30 acres of this laud has and for Uody Regulators sumed. In tho South, however, about been a bluegrns pasture between 00 twice a many sweet potatoes a Irish Vltamlnc Needed. p tatoes are ucd. and 70 year. The best of land fur any thing that grew. Will rent for1 Milk I the natural food fur chilyear of 10X1. ar lease for u term of. dren. It I the best food we hate. A SILO WILL PRESERVE CROPS yeurr. Would be glad to henr from quart day for every child If possi ble, and a pint without fall, should le Alfalfa, Cane, Kafir, Corn and Other anyone interested. Forage, May D Saved hy Stor. the slogan of every household. Ci. Y. Conn, iiiegur cull bo used us u substitute Milk gives children the ing In Hug Pit. 211 N. Carey St. Ilaltimore Md lug protein, one of the laalcrlals from for brandy lu suuee. S which their bodies are luade. When Ilalny weather at Ibe tlmo clover or Suet will keep good for weeks If It nlfalfu should be cm will often make body pro-- , ihlhlreu drink milk, t Is covered with Hour. European Flower. It Impossllilo to cure the forago and telns are changed and become n rt uf An authority on botany estimate produce hay of ninth value. Prolong, their muscle and blood. Children that the number of Hiic of llower Never u'4! hreud which I not thor- eil rain In tho fall will prevent tho these because their IkhIIos growoughly baked. It Is not wholesome. cultivated In lhireixi In 4UH), of which so fast. curing of such forage a cane, knflr. I'O (.iksts an agrcvablu (ivrfutue. Milk contain llino and other sail corn, millet, uud a late cutting of nl Odoro nro most likely to ho found in which ure needed for strong boi.es and Milk will not burn If, l fore It W falfu. A silo will save alt (hi feed l flower, having while or Man I nut Into the. niuceiwit. u fl,r iH)y thu w.n I. Mid preserve It In excellent slmpe. petal. Uu n jiilow, red, blucj or violet children who do not have (aenty of rinsed with cold water, la order. milk, have soft or deformed bones GIVE TEAM SOME ATTENTION and poor teeth. To have only n dellrata onion flaChurch' History. Children are so active that they vor In soups or salads for example, With much diversity of opinion on in id more fuel Uhh for I heir siie inlncu the vesitnble tine und rime. In During Esceedingly Warm Wsathir Horse or Mule Ar Liable to minor point, Ihero 1 n general agree--1 than grown solu do. Milk furnishes a checto cloth held uiiilvr hot ruunlnc Get Overheated. incut In dividing thu history of the energy for the glowing child. water. church Into thrio great tterlisl. Tho ss lletldc these, milk contain certain Those who cultlvuto crop when tha first, fmn'i Oin l.lrtli of fliHar In h ' substances whkh utc essential to lllaek lucvi cits rusty It kept In tlmu of Constantlne; tho second from growth. These substances an culled clostd box, but the color can bo re- wralhrr I rxrccdlugly warm should that epoch to tho Reformation, and vltmulnis. One Is Ibe fat soluttle vltw vived with cold tea, then tho ktlffuesji notice I lie team. It would he a very third, from tho Kefonuutlon to tba mine. o called because It Is soluble restored with gum aruMc dissolved Id unfortunate, trailer to allow Hie home i r ir uleti lo become fisn warm, Thl present fine u cir'alr f.ils, iM Is 'i ;r ! Ill l e a ,t(4. . ft- I Inl'T li.e r ellllr. Itiin-dow- s It Is ii good plan to keep them on or stuffed with tissue paper, bemuse In this way the wrinkles nre feneil out and the original shape Is pn served. st. Welling lend to ml the pi'Hr-Mic- e of shoes and to shorten their The wedding of Mis Sue Logan of service; ovemhoe and Mr. Harry West, of thu city, should be worn Intherefore, bad weather. was quietly solemnized last Satur Wet shoes should be dried slowly day afternoon, when they motored ami carefully, for heat tends to truck over to Danville and were made one. leather. It Is. espevlally luiMir- The happy couple was accompanied taut to restore the shnn of wet shoes from here by Mis Christine Iloone, by shootrecH or (taper stinting, liven cousin of the bride, and Mr. Sam' with the most careful drjliig. moisture ong. The bride is the only daugh tends to rot the threads with which a sin. Is sewn, and "an ounce of preter of Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Smith and vention Is worth n wiund of cure." is un exceedingly fine young woman. All of rubber overshoes an The groom is the son of .Mr. Will now so eenlvt. that thy should te West, of near Klchmond. Interior i to sort out n particular pair ilSI law i:t7OTVrt VSHTlaW ' s tjH d , water-solubl- e 8-- ' For Rent or Lease. ' i yill.Aouiid jfie House ' body-billh- Kt-p- i ' Ik-- lii-e- crenm-cvlorc- .,lh relator. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 8, 1920. AS OTHERS SEE US By HAZEL M. ROBINSON. SIMPLE DIRECTIONS OUTLINED FOR MAKING ONLY RIPE FRUIT VINEGAR AT HOME-- USE 16 III, Ur U.vlatt N.w..i..f ittnl- .1. I At i:il enf.Ti'l 'lie U r .ft ten riMin h iirit of pe.i . h I qui l seemed M Mirrotitid hiT IiTi if'i-long. ilny, w.n for enry tulwl nnd m' N libin of Jmst Jnrml tired i ru-t- . no loud lutisttter pierced the att:,ii-stl!ren tin wm h.i quiet, li.irdly wus heid tn rittlf n At the wnlted for her oritur ' brought, Mh wa-- t cmrtmt nf a f,i. iti It hi r voice, niqiarvtitir ov.-' the low iMrtfl.Hi between she occtlled iui, (lie He it It !i IlKTiilllile jet ttmt turely win aril's voltv. Vii, lilt eninpNiiloii itpoke lilt tin ini Wntideringly, she began to oat tin fiMxl placed before her. paying no attention to tin1 oonvcrsstlott, until her own iiiiii wnt Nxikti. "If It wasn't for Mitt lleflth. IM Ilka It Immensely," tald tin clrl "What Kit hir, Mir-liilu matter asked the man. Why, surely, that was Miriam limn n, the-neclrl she I1.11I hired two weeks ago, At If In trancf, kIip Mt ainl waited for tin mu won I. "Sim's worse than blue Monday iintutnl tin1 place, row looking 114 though tin tin il lint lur last friend. Her eyes are hhiI. Never n mnlle or Joke from her. CroM, If lli-ntr lltv-MH- pev li-- irf r.m-co- , vrlti' salelj first BUY YOUR FARM MACHINERY EARLY Bsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa 11 pussy-footin- IF YOU Where Vinegar In Quantity Is to Be, Madi, Ult s C.dif Mill. of Asrlrultur Vinegar It one of the condiments which every good cook regards as a necrtslly on her pantry thelvet. Uaed with discretion, food to which It, It added will be tranfornied Into a relish and will give zrtt to an otherwise In slpld meal, Along with other groceries, vinegar hat gone up In price since the great war, until In many parta of the country M to 00 cents a gallon It now the retail market price. The making of vinegar at home Is a elm pie procett and not many year a( was practiced by nesrly every on who could obtain the necettary fruit Jnlee. With the pretent high prlre of vinegar there has been a revival of this old household art. Thote who have set up n vinegar keg lir barrel, cure a superior product and at the tame time heat old High Coit of Living. I DON'T WANT TO BE DISAPPOINTED. INTERNATIONAL HAY BALERS. ALL SIZES. PTprJ br lbs UnlttJ SutM Dtpsrt-m.n- t I I year, the girls all nay." HNIe continued eating mechanically, until her food waa gone, then she net herself to eavesdropping. "Plenty of talking a nil l.iulilne In thote days, hut plenty nf work done, too. Seemed like a Jolly family of from nil they say. Now, the glrlt are delighted when thu I :30 closing hour comes ami they ran get outside to do their talking uml laughing." KUIe seemed dazed, at one awaking from a trance. Meehanlcnny she picked up her wrapt, paid her hill ami started homeward, Onrv In her room, the healing teart began to flow, ami memory recalled the whole ttory Klsle Heath Iml opened an otllce at public sletiogniplier fire year ago. Her location wn good nnd her careful attention to work soon brought her more than she roulil 1I0 alone. The business lind grown until the employed four glrlt, while she temleil only to receiving the patront ami doing tt bookkeeping. Itlrhani I'errla hail heeir among her flmt patront. They beenme more than good frlendt, yet no closer tlet were made before he left to nerve tilt country. Jutt before he hail left to come horns he wrote declaring hit love for her. For Uayt and weeks after mailing her reply Mie aang at her work. Her laugh never w so reudy, her Jokes so many or witty, nor the place, to cay. Two months, then three, went by, and no word came from htm. She rend of hi return la the paper. Each day sue looked for him every time the door opened. Then had begun the change Mlrlara had spoken of. Klale finally sat up, looked about her, and thought what a bleated thing It la to "tec oursel's at Ither nee us." kA card Murk In one corner of her talr- 'ror flashed out "Never too late to mend. and It twin fnim the other nit-te- n, the least little ttilnic icoet wrnnc The place hot changed a tot In the last "mother" which has fallen to the hot-- . mm I no longer producing acetic acid. ' Ktep In Oirk Plae. ' 1418 16-1- 82 1 Horse. Horse, rse Any of the 2-ho- 2 Horse, 17-2- 22 Horse, Balers can be equipped with self feeders. 14--18 I ' WIRE FENCE. Just Received a Car of Wire Fence. No. 9 top and bottom No. 10 filler 12 Inch Stay Heavy Hog Barb Wire ' Will not last long at this price. ONLY A FEW LEFT. McCORMICK MOWERS. McCORMICK SELF DUMP RAKES. ' After adding the vinegar, cover with a cloth and keep In a dark place be-- J tween 70 and ' degrees. t)-- i no dla- lurb the mm that forms, for this la the true "mother" and do not exclude (he sir. Taste the Juice every week, and when It to Increate In arid or la as sour st desired, siphon off and store In kegs or bottles. Fill full and stopper tight, If this it not done the arid will gradually disappear and the vinegar will "turn to water" Tli same bacteria that produces the acid will alto destroy It If allowed M grow unhlnderiiL If the direction! are fol- towed, especially at regards temperature, the procett will ttiuslly be com- pleted In six weekt to two months, where only a few gallons of Juice an ceat . 574 cents. $5.50 Spool. MAKE YOUR OWN MOLASSES. ; We have a car load of Chattanooga Cane Mills, Evapora, ' corner tent the mettage "Iletter late than never." She got up, patted her hair Into place, bntheil her fluthed face and vthUkeil a hit of powder over No man on It and mailt) a retolve. earth wat worth an many hot, bitter tors and Furnaces. Sugar is high and more syrup and molasses will be used so take advantage of this situation and make more and better molasses. ENSILAGE CUTTERS. team. Then, too, he had made her deur girl suffer In her liltterneot. It waa "up to tier," and the'd play fair from now on. She Hieiit the rent of the evening aeurrhlng the latent papera uml tnaga-line- s for new Joke. Neit monilng she ttartlol the girl f by arriving hour late, greeting ' them with an unutiially cheery good morning, and thru opriiigtng a Joke on each of them, Shu noticed their puzzled, yet pleasant 'glnncet, at the panned Into her small olllce, and for the rent of the monilng Joyounent filled every Inch of the little room. The glrlt were all hiiiy on hurry or- tier, an KUIe nllped on it record and aturted (be dictaphone, ui.M only for audi emergeucliM, at he did not like to ute It. The door uletly ftMuei and vhe lookinl Into the mulling eyet of Illchard Perrlt. No one knew Junt what happened until the licit morning. Mlrlum. look ing for more work, took a dictaphone record and heard this: "One hundred coplet Hrcular for Janet & Smith to be ready tomorrow mornlnic aatollowt " "Dick 1" "KUIe. girl, oh I my girl. And I never taw till laat night Juat how nelflih I have been. Am toon as I received your wonderful letter, dear, I wat Impatient to come to you, but luck wat agalmtt me. That old wound began to bother again, and after I got thlt " "Oh. Dlckl" "Sure, but H' atttjott at good aa the other, Jointed and everything, and I alwaya waa light handed, you know. Well, after I got this, I couldn't Just bear to come for your pity. Itut It took my kid cousin to show me my mistake. Can I ever mike up for the hurt these mouths have brought you? I'll spend the rest of my life trying. (,'an you forgive met Oh, you blessed-estl- " one-hal- There is a great scarcity of Ensilage Cutters this year. When the season comes for using them, they will be hard to get. Be wise and get yours early. USE LESS COAL AND REDUCE THE H. C. L. Get a Fairbanks-Mors- e Gasoline Engine and and cut your own wood. Gasoline Engines 1 H. P. Saw Fruits for Making Vlntpar. Vinegar It usually made from apples, although grapes and oranges are also uaed to some eitent. Certain other fruits, such as blackberries, ng. peaches, watermelons (after concentra. I tlon of Juice) sorghum and cane ilrup have leen ued with good remits. Many wild fruits, such aa the blackberry, and perslramin, which frequently are not completely or properly utilized, will make ezeeltent vinegar. As a matter of fact, any wholetome fruit or vegetable Juice can be used for i vinegar making, provided It contains I sufficient sugar Some fruits, such aa I the guars or Kleffer pear, contain only htch Ave to eight per la not sufficient to make a strong, satisfactory vinegar. Fruit ued for making tlnegar should be sound and fully ripe, for ripe fruit contains more sugar and consequently produces a stronger vlnegnr. Partially decayed fruit is no better for vinegar making than for eating and should not be used. Select sound, ripe fruit, wash thoroughly, and remove all decayed portion. Crush either In a machine made for thl purpote. such as a cldfr mill, or for small quantities, Squeeje out the a food chopper. Juice In a press and put Into n clean barret, keg or crock for fermentation. Great care should be taken to have all the utensils thoroughly clesned. and to handle the fruit In a cleanly manner. If old kegs or barrels, espe-dall-y old vtnegar barrels, are ued. they should be cleansed thoroughly and all traces of the old vinegar removed. If this t not done the old ! vinegar will Interfere with the alcoholic fermentation and possibly spoil the product. Start Ftrmsntatlsn. After the Juice has been squeetcd out add a freh yeast cake to everr uted. Many fruit Juices ar turbid after fermentation, whll others, particularly apple vinegar, may clarify themselves apontanenmly One cf the timplett ways of nitration to ate in the home manufacture of vtnegar U to thorough-- l ly mix about a teatpoonful of fulter'a earth or animal charcoal with a quart of vinegar and filter through filter pa-p- r. Ilt W. Is a common practice with many to make household vinegar from psrlngt and cores, cold tet, and even from the water In which potatoes or other vegetables are hollet. Sugar, of coarse. I added. Just as In the csum of fruit Juices that do not contain aufB-cis- sugar. DETERMINE AGE OF CHICKEN Qeeal Brent Method Is to drisp End of Bane Between Thumb and Finger and Bend It. (I'rtpsrtJ br th t'nltsd Atstat Depart-mn- t of Agriculture.) A good method of determining tha age of dressed fowls, according to of th United States department of agriculture, 1 to grasp th end of the breatt bone farthest from the head between the thumb and finger and attempt to bend It to one aide. In a very young bird, such at a broiler chicken or a grevn gooe. It will bend easily Ilk the cartilage of th human ear. In a bird a year or so old. It will be brittle and. In an old bird, tough and hard to bend or break. Unscrupulous dealers sometimes break one end of the breast bone before showing the bird on the market. In order that the buyer wilt beliera the bird to be a young ono. ts RECIPE FOR COTTAGE CHEESE Housewives Becoming Familiar With Value of Exctlltnt Substitute Ave gallons of Juice. A g'Nxt fermenta- Saw outfit $75.00. $38.00 PHOENIX AND AMES BUGGIES. $135.00 TO $180.00. i WELCH'S DEPT. BEREA, KENTUCKY. STORE II "Use the Phone And Save the Difference". Itttw Uttl!L UlrUoi klghed. "Olds, before I destroy this record, do Just rout and bear the taast rap tion often reaultt from chance Inoculation with the wild yeast of the air. This Is the method ordinarily fob lowed In making rider vinegar, Experiments have shown, however, that a much stronger vinegar can he mad by using yeast to start the fermentaWork the yeat up thoroughly tion. f cupful of the Juice In about and add to the expressed Juice, stirCover with n cloth ring thoroughly. to keep Insects from It and allow to ferment, The best temperature for fermentation I between 80 and 00 degrees. Do not put In a cold cellar or the fermentation will bu too slow. At 80 to DO degree alcoholic fermentation will usually be complete In from three to four days to a week, or when "working" starts, as Indicated by th cessation of bubbling. Th next step In the process Is acetic acid fermentation, during which the alcohol li changed Into acetic acid. After the bubbling stops It will I found advantageous to add some good strong vlneffnr In the proportion of on gallon of vinegar to three or four gallon of fermented Juice. Usually, however, no vinegar Is added and the inoculation of the fermeuted Juice with acetic arid bacteria la left to chance Tola chance Inoculation generally produces a more or less satisfactory prod-act- , but If the vinegar I added, th results are much better. Instead ol vtnegar one may add a good quantity of xalld "mother." If "mother" li used, however, use only that growing la the surface of the vlavw. VUecat one-hal- for Mtal (Prtpsrtd by Ihs Unlts4 8Uts Dsptrt m.nt ot Agriculture Doth city and country housewives have become familiar with the vsluo of cottage cheese as a meat ffutiitltuto. If your family It tired of your recipe. In which the cheese ts an Ingredient, why not try some new, approved onest "Cottage Cheese and Us Uses," Office of the Secretary, Circular UK), Issued by the department of sericulture, will be sent to anyoan who write for It. Household IQyesTiofis All meals posilble should be served on the porch or under a treo. s Tlan the housework so It can be done In the cool of the morning. Keeping the baby cool and quiet la one preventive of digestive trouble. cherries and strawberries quite aa good for pie aa the fresh fruit. Canned arw e e garment may be much Improved It wora buttofifcolM are worked over A -- atljr. fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 8, 1920 THE HOME OF H. V. BASTIN AND NINE BUILDING LOTS That Modem New Lexington Street Residence and about Four Acres of Land at On (he Premises, right at Lancaster City Limits fronting Lexington Pike, SATURDAY, JULY 17th, 2:30 P. M. RAIN OR SHINE. It has never been our privilege to invite you to a parceling out publicly and at your price better property than this. Think of It: It's New, Modern to the most minute detail, Airy, Shady, Country-lik- e and close in too, inviting to from any angle. Its ready for you, the other fellow's TIME and CASH put it there and YOU BUY IT ON TIME. look at Words will not'picture its advantages we will enumerate a few and you must inspect the rest. Not gorgeous, but neat, and trim in its every necessity and appointment. Two story, 8 rooms, with or without 3 34 acres land, just outside city limits on Lexington Pike, less than one-hamile of Graded school. Large basement with concrete floor and plastered walls and ceilings, with furnace, coal room, shelves for fruit, and laundry room. FIRST FLOOR has large front porch, porte cochcre, reception hall, living room, dining room and breakfast room, all with hardwood floors; also kitchen and enclosed back porch. SECOND FLOOR has four bed rooms, each with closet, bath with fixtures, hardwood floors, built-i- n medicine closet, clothes chute to cellar, etc. Floored attic with easy stairway to same. with building This house is just finished, and is built of the very best lumber and materials all through. It is paper between. It is finished in old ivory and mahogany, with cut glass door knobs, fully equipped with ceiling and bracket electric light fixtures, wall switches, built-i- n buffet, china closet, linen chest, brick mantel and fire place in living room, open grate with cabinet mantel in large bed room. FURNACE HEATED. CISTERN IN BACK PORCH. CITY WATER. Large Garage for two cars; double chicken house, stable with 2 stalls, crib and hay loft. Garden, pig lot, cow lot, etc. Also 8 splendid building lots adjoining above property. Also 1 lot between W. B. Moss and Dr. Gilbert with 4 acres of land laying back of same. POSSESSION to House Jan. 1, 1921, to lots immediate, if desired. MUSIC BY BAND. TERMS EASY AND ANNOUNCED AT SALE. For further particulars see the owner, H. V. Bastin, or lf storm-sheathed D. IUICKKYK cow ami Mr. Hiram Hay bought calf fur J 125 in Lancaster Court day. Mis HutK Hay H spending n day with Mr. Molhe Hrewn In Lan-eaitr- A. Thomas, Lancaster Ky. and children and Miss Mollie Crawford were with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan at llurgin Sunday. Alice Jones who ha Mi been teaching music in this locality for ten week left Satunfuy and is with Mrs. Forest Curtis near Brynntsville. atives near Stanford and Danville this week. Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. Ledford and ehildren spent Monday with Mr. and Mm. U. 11. Ward. All business houses were closed Monday except the depot in honor of Messrs W. M. and W. F. Scott und the Nation Birthday. Mr. Crawford of Nicholasville were Little Miss Mary Catherine Duck is here Sunday morning to see the for- the guest of her cousin, Miss Kmi..;i Mrs. 1. F. Scott. Hall for the summer. mers Hev. Skngg of Mnrksbury filled his Little Miss Lois Conn of Lancaster grnnd-mothe1 W. M. S. meets on Thursday at 3 Hcrnwe Ilroaddus will !'. M. M trail tbi meeting. Mr un.l Mr. Nalh Bogie of wire guest of Mr. ami Mr. Ollle Bogie Thursday tan-cast- Severn! from hero attended the fourth of July service at the Baptist church in Lancaster Sunday A. M. reM If Dorothy Wbittakcr ha her home in MadUon counturned to ty after n vtalt to Mr. K. W. Sander. Uv. Strother of Lancaster will o'clock, preach Saturday P. M. ut P. M. Sunday mibool at Sunday at o p. m. spending a few week with her daughter, Mr. Cordelia Davit before going to Illinois for cvtral month visit with her children there. Mr. und Mr . J. W. Jone of Louis-vlllMr. and Mr Ullurd MIL of Nicholnsville spent Sunday mid Monday with Mr. and Mr. A. C. Mile anil Mr. and Mr. Hubert Cur tor. School opened here Monday morn-Inn- . Prof. Crawford and wife rented the houe und lot of Mr. Mike Hay and went Immediately to house keeping. Mr. und Mr. Tom Pieratt are at the home recently vacated by Mr. and Mr. Mor-for- d and fumily. We extend to these two couple u cordial welcome into our midst. Mr. Mike. Kay m Mr an t Mr. Sam Farley and children were .Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. John W HrynnL Mr. J. ilogun llnllarfl It spending several day with her mother, Mr. K. II. Elder at Nirholasvilte. Mr. and Mr. V. K. Davw and son, Newton, were week end guest of Mr, (telle Davis at Sulphur Well. und Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Swope children were the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. James Christopher. Mr. B. F. Wilson ha returned to her home in Klchmond Ind. , after several week May with rclnitvoa, Mr. and Mr. I.ish Forbes of were guost o few day hut week of Mr. and Mr. Martin Brogli. Mis Margaret Woolfolk has returned to her home in Lexington after a two week vilt with Mis Muymc Ilalkud. Mr. Martin Brogli and little daughter were the guests Inst Wednesday of her sitter, Mr. J. K. Sher-reat N'leholaville. Mr. F. L. I'umpMI and Miss Eve-lyCampbell, and Mr Grinttead and daughter Kathenne of Louisville are the guests of Mr. anil Mr. J. C. ry w n appointment hero Sunday afternoon has been with her grandmother, Mrs. ut 3 o'clock und liar kindly consented Sarah Hucker the past week. to preach for us until n pastor can be Mr. and Mrr. K. IL Ldford and secured, much to the gratification of children were dinner guest of Mr. people here. the and Mr. Lee Ledford Sunday. Mis Ida Hurt left Sunday to begin TAIiyr LICK her school at Sycumore, this i seven A large crowd went to the ball years she has taught at Sycumore. game at Somerset Monday. Protracted meeting began at W Messrs William and Ed Kulston nuttn Monday night, the Kev. Fowhr were In Lexington Sunday and Mon- i f Columbus Ohio conducting the ser day. KC. Mr, Morris Todd has reigned a Mis Ilcrthn Colson is visiting rcl assistant Cashier at the Bank here so as to uive more time to his duties at his store. Mis Ava McWhorter who is visiting her brother Walter at Denver Col- orado, whites she is having "the time jof her life." Miss Francis Fish returned to her Monday. Mira home in Lexington Nancy Guyn accompanied her hoiro for several day visit. Mr and Mr. Lackey who have been visiting her mother Mrs. J. D. Francis and other relative returned to their home in Texas last Friday. Mr. H. K. Kucker and Mr. George Hume of Louisville were guests of the former mother and listers at this place last Monday and Tuesday. I Idtallsm. Idealism Is nn Integral part of oar Inheritance. Win Perry. Nuts Crown In United State. About the only nuts that Iiiitc been so far raised In this country on a lurca scale are the Kngllsh vtalnut and tho almond, the former mainly In southern California, the lattc-- r In central California, also the pecan in the southern states. The culture of the pecan has of late Income an linportnnt and exceedingly profitable Industry In the South. Eucalyptus About 10 or ou celebrated the 5th the at Crab Orchard, Dripping Springs and Stanford with dinner on ground, all report a tine time. Messrs Lcroy lluck ol Louisville and Kugene I.opp of New Albany lud, were week end guests of the formers cousins. Misses Mabel and Grace Hall. Mr. und Mr. O. L. Hnmmack and Miss Clmstine Kucker were among fie crowd from here who spent the fth at Dripping Springs and Crab Or chard, Mrs. Sarnh Kucker, Mit Chastine Kucker, Mr. II. E. Kucker and Mr. George Hume were dinner guests of Mr. and Ms. G. M. Tremlway Tueday cf last week. Paint Lick was well represented at Iloonesboro Sunday. Blaine Estridge took about 15 or 20 in hi truck that he recently purchased from the Paint Lick Garuge. Mr. It. II Ledford entertained the B. Y P Friday night. About 50 Nice refreshment attended. were served. Plenty of music and all re ported n nice time. Mr and Mr. Tho Logsdon and daughter Geneva, Kev. L N. Bow-lm- g And Miss Elizabeth Conn took dinner with Mr. and Mr. N. Pruitt The grand eucalyptus trees In GIpps-lan- d are probably the grandest of their kind In the world, and quite as magnificent as the Cullfornlan giants, only not so (urge In circumference. Tho shedding of their bnrk Is a misstatement Whut the tree does do Is this: It shed the old, ilry, broken, and coarse hark, but the new one I sound and solid, and Is not shed. Tht neve bark Is clenn and very smooth, no branches growing for 100 fit-- or more. "Sea pa Flow." In Scotch tho word srspn means "head" and flow means "ten." Scupa flow Is tho portion of the rca In tho southern part of tho Orkney Islands which extend from Pomona to tho lVntlanil firth. It is fifteen miles long anil about eight mile wide, und opens by Hoy sound In tho northwest join-lu- g I'entlnnd firth In the south near tho Island of Swona. The term scapa may perhaps be traced to Uio Gaelic tgnpadh, to spread. Old Pennsylvania City. York, Ph., I u city of undent origin. Here was located the Dim settlement west of the SiiMmehnunit river. Prom September 30. 1777. to Juno 27. 1778. she u the. nutlon'M capital, for dur ing tnut time, the HrllUli then occupy ing Philadelphia, tho continental congress met In her courthouto. Tim first money sent by the king of franco U aid tho ciium! of Amerteuli Imlcl-eoencu was received by cnni;rt In this city. And hen the first national ThunkglvfiiginclHmNtUiti wu Issued. Tree. MT. H HURON Mr. William Duncan list. M Just received a car load of the brated light running: cele- on the sick house-keepin- g The recent rams have been much enjoyed by the farmers lure. ami daughter, Mrs. Wm. Isaac Cullie, of Dayton Ohio, are the guests of Mr. and Mr. l!dd (I row. Mr. W. L. Grow and daughter Lucy, were in Danville with her mother, a part of last week. Mrs. Edna Lytic anil son Kugene, of Marion Ind., are tlw guests of her parents Mr. and Mr. Lnmlrnm Bur-dett- BROWN WAGONS, HIIYANTSVILLE Mr. Kobert Fox was in Lexington Come in and see them at the following: prices which are below what wagons would cost us on the market today. 2 4 inch, U by 8 tire 3 inch, U by 8 tire. 3 inch, 2 by 8 tire 3.1 inch, 2 by 8 tire 3-5-5-5-5-- l Saturday. Mis .11.1a attended the burial of the Miss Virginia Watts of Nicholas-vill- e lattcrs grand. father, Mr. Jume ll is the guest of her lister, Mrs. ut (.anruster Sunday. Sam Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. IL It. Montgomery Lit-tre- Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow of Plea Miss Lettie Hroudus is visiting relant Hill attended services here Sunatives at Lancaster. day and were with Mr. und Mrs. Miss Myrtle Campbell U visiting KM (I row. relative ut Klchmond. Mit Kuth Montgomery who has Mr. Martin Ilrogli spent last Fri- been sick for several months is In day with relative at Hourne. Lexington ut the Good Samaritan Mrs. C. M. Dean and Mi Stella Hospital for un operation. Mae Grow were Lexington visitors Mrs. Wlllia'm Onitott und neice, Friday, $140. $145. $155. $160. and family Sunday, Goodloe & Walker Bros Messrs Willie Kogers, Morris and Steve Todd and Mlse Ethel, Emma and Lena Estridge attended the II. Y. P l Convention at Georgetown on Sunday night and Monday, Miss Eugenia Potts who has been the attractive guest of Miss Mable Hall left Monday for Lexington for a few days visit before returning to her home ut Macio, near Owensboro., cess. Filbert Worth Cultivating. nut almost unknown In tho United States I the filbert, one of tho most delicious of all nuts. It I cultivate! on a large scale for the market lu the county of Kent, Hngland. A larg er variety Is known as the "rob nut" Tho Albert Is as superior to tho haiel nut of which family It Is a member as tho hazel nut I superior to tho peanut. Attempt to ralto the filbert on commercial scolo In tho United States haw not so far act with suc A 8 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 8. 920 1 REMEMBER Your Truest Friend THE MAN WHO OWNS A HOME, HAS A FRIEND THAT WILL NEVER FAIL HIM IN GOOD LUCK OR BAD. PROMOTES FAMILY LIFE, CREATES INDIVIDUALITY AND IS AN ASSET PAYING PROFITABLE DIVIDENDS. as it DESIGNS BEAUTIFULLY COLORED, WITH FLOOR PLANS, AND ALL DETAILS OF CONSTRUCTION . PLETELY OUTLINED BY A MODERN BUILDING SERVICE. , BUILD A HOME Exclusive Representatives of National Builders Bureau. COM- Bastin Lumber Co Purity of Mind. In Paying Dbt. Virtu Tou can no more (liter your mind Paying of debts If, next to the grace of God, the best means la the world to Into purity than jim can compress It you must keep It pure, deliver you from it thousand tempts, Into cslmne-ts-; and throw no stones Into It, it yoa tlons to sin snd vanity. Delaney. would have It quiet- - Iluskln. Ctnlut Atwsya Envltd. Rather Slim Excuse. Such In tin destiny of great men that Cells and I lobby disagreed, wheretheir superior genius always exposes them to be the butt of the envenomed upon Cells slapped her brother. A well darts of caltitnnr snd envy. Vol ta Ira brought their mother. Only after a long and severe reprovsl did the small girl's spirit melt snd then she said: Wanted Full Information. Johnnie's father was 111 In a distant "Oh mamma. I'm sorry I slapped blm. city and Johnnie asked his mother who I didn't mean to. My band slipped.' wss taking care of him. She replied: Articles, To Clean Bras "Oh, he has two nurses." After much Do not throw away squeezed lemthought, he said: "Are they mans?" ons ; use them for cleaning brasses and dish covers. Tut a pinch of whitKlndhsartednssa. The thing Uiat SI Slrulln's mule died ing on the article to be cleaned, and SI couldn't rub it In well, using the lemon as a of wss klndhvartednigit. stand It to see anybody walk, so ha sponge. You will be surprised to see kep' the wagon loud til so heavy that bow much dirt you can remove In a thu poor old creature got too feeble to very short time and with little trouble, trasses cleaned in this way keep kick and passed away, Exchange. dean longer than when done with ordinary pollth. Another Paradox. A painful mistake Is reported from It appears that a Lower California Cattle. North London. young ImiIjt Mho went to a fancy dresi In addition to cattle, many excellent ball as "Tbt Silent Wife" wan award, mules are raised hi Lower California. ed the drat prlte for her clever Imper- Horses are rarely used. Tim faith-fu- t sonation of n telephone girl. Punch, burro Is the prlnclpar mean of London. transportation. Kxrept for a few thou sand In Lu l'ronters, there are no do In the tnertlc sheep In the country. h'luthem part there are numerous tlocks of goats. The largest cat'le ranch on tlie peninsula comprise ui most l.OMUJO seres. Tin Miners Have Prlvllsgtt. The men who work In the OomUa tin mines are a class by themselves, and all their differeucei are adjusted by the stsnuary courts, a they are called from the Latin word stannum, meaning tin. These curious courts have existed In their present form since the middle of the thirteenth century, and. In u simpler form, much earlier; snd the miners claim to be free from all other Jurisdiction, "except In matters affecting the land, life or Ethics and Epigram. nothing holler In hravna than your own little Job," ami Tlie ruan who tills his little niche on earth In tlie very best way thut It ran be tilled, Is as good as uny angel la heaven," ant two sayings which sound like different versions of the sum epl gram of U'v, Itobert J, MacAlplue in his address to the ICIwanls club. Whether I'astor MacAlplne said both these thing, or only ooe of them, be put a grand truth In a crisp form. Honest, efficient work Is not only a worldly utility but a blgti moral function. II uff si o Time. ( War Cut Price of Oismondt. In 1870, during lire rar, the value of dlamouds was largely depreciated by the quantity offered far sale In London by French refugees. Kranco-t'rumlan 20 CHOICE BUILDING LOTS First Sleeping Car. car was put Into service Valley railroad on the Cumberland (now a part of the I'ennsytvania railroad system) la 1831 or IS3T. but was A sleeping and Three 30 Acre Tracts abandoned In Headache Cure. of charcoal powder la halt a glass of water. Is a cure for sick headache, and relieves heartburn. The powder Is difficult to mix with water; It asstmllstes better with milk, so that tlie quantity named should be worked to pasta with a small quantity, of milk; sufficient water to make the draught being added. A teaspoonful At AUCTION The W. G. Anderson Place on old Danville Pike, in the edge of that good town, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, Horss That Keeps His Head. When a horstf suddenly tlnds a slot with four children on It In collision with him, rears up. comes down with one foot welt out in front of the children and holds up the other till they scramble to safety, he literally gal lops Into everybody's heart. That's what a horse did recently In a Massachusetts town. Our Dumb Animals. St. John's Writings. There is satisfactory evidence that i St, John, tlie beloved brother of James snd son of Zebedee, was the author of thx Gospel. Kplstles and Itevclattom ascribed to blm. The Revelations ' were written during his exile on th Island of I'atmos; the Gospel and Epls' ties after his return under amnesty to Cphexus, where be was superior of the churches Proper Care of Parrots. Parrots In the wild state live on seed and fruit and should, while la captivity, be fed as nearly as possible the same kind of food. They should be fed sundower seed, hemp seed, boiled yellow com, stale bread soaked o In water, an occasional piece of or banana, roasted peanuts and dry crackers. I'leuty of water and gravel shoutd be kept lu the cage. The par-rot-'s an-pt- Tuesday, July 20th, AT 10:30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. This farm consists of 117 acres of A No. 1 soil, every acre uniformly good and has been well taken care of. This place has a magnificent two story brick residence with all necessary outbuildings, and one good 7 acre tobacco barn. Why Osspotlsm Irks. Wa bow to the government of God, but we turn against the despot. No mail likes to share In the shipwreck of u ve.tH.-- l In which he lias been em barked by violence, and which has btvn steered contrary to tils with and opinion. Ainlel. Healthy Place to Live. The air of Lower California Is dry and pure and the atmosphere, except on the wttitcro coast. Is niarvelouitty clear, The narrowueM of the penln aula, giving to thu utimxphero s touch of the bracing air of the sea, and the dryness of the land combine to give the air an lutein) purity. Then M probably no more healthful climate In the world than that of Lower Call limb." forula. Illuminating Irritation. Ida Incidentally indicate interest In lev, Irving, Impressionable, Infatuated, Injudiciously Invests. Ida's Indulgence, fa lews Inordinate, Insatiable. Irving, Introduces Ida, Instantly Irate, la Impatient Irritation, Indignant, -i ly, Irvlng's Iterated lufatua Hon, Insinuating Indifference, luurban Ity. Ida's infantile. Inelegant Inveo ImjH-sehc- The terms will be very Easy. Music by Excellent Band. A golden opportunity to own your own home; also a good speculative or investment proposition. Free Souvenirs to those attending the sale, if you are on hand promptly at 10:30 A. M. Ladies always welcome. There's cage should h cleaned every day. At this sale specially invited. Flgurss Home In Impecunious, Inaptly peoslrs Innovations. tnex. tlvs Illuminates Irvlng's Innermost Inhibiting infatuation. Inter Oo ceptlng Intentions. Youth's yaaloo. keenly discerning see a woman alongside thu man In the mooa and accouut for her presence there by her churning on Sunday while the "old gentleman" chopped the wood. A pretty eaatern fancy Is that the figure In the moon Is that of Ins, wiio weaves tlie clouds Into white doth and who sent her busbsnd back to earth by the rainbow ridge In order that death might not defile her beavea-L- y home. the Moon. pple 0. T. WALLACE & 60. 302 Trust Building. O. T. Wallace, W. M. Nicholls, Managers. Lexington, Kentucky. Section Twn THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 8. 1920. Eight Tages THIRTY FIRST YIAR NUMBER a. It Would Help. A GUY. COMMANDING You may be dressed in a Suit that costs you one hundred dollars, and if your Shoes arc 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 SHOES in the latest TOES AND LASTS. NETTLETON Call at NETTLETON'S are the best Shoes in the world. our store and see them. THE Big Store Aspiration. An aspiration Is a Joy foratrr, a possession aa solid aa a landed estate, a fortune which we ran nsver exhsutt sod which gives ua year by ytttr a revenue of pleasurable activity. Robert Ioul Stevenson. one of us should do something, how ever smalt, toward that great end. Interchange of Mrs. Carrie Davidson has recoverIdeas would be a good thin for this ed from her recent Illness. town. Miss Nelle Pelphrey had as her We have many people whose brains are constantly on the alert, who see guest Tuesday nkcht MMs Iluelah daily the weak spots in our local life, Voter Mrs. Alfred I'oynUr and children, nnd who have practical solutions in visited her mother Mrs. Green Poyn-te- r mind for their Improvement. Friday. These people might bo brought to gether, ideas publicly exchaniied, and Mr. Bascom Pelphrey has returned the best plans adopted and put into from a Visit of several days' to western Kentucky execution. There is nlways some condition In Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voter, were this town that needs improvement. the week end visitors' of Mr. and Mr. nnd there is nlways some one in this William Griggs. town who has a simple and practical Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle spent method of doing it. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Why drift with the tide when Turner of Lancaster. smooth sailing is better? Mrs. J. I.. Yantis was the recent We have touched on this subject visitor of Mesdumes Carrie Davidson before in our columns. We repeat and William Sutton. it now with emphasis. Meurs J. P. Foley and Tom TurThe delights of summer are surpassingly great, especially when a ner were Sunday visitors of Mr. and bull mosquito fastens itself on the Mrs. Joe Turner of Boyle. back of your neck and refuses to let Mr. and Mr. Robert Lay ton were go. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Brown of McCreary. Mr. and Mrs. James Eason Why Not This and Mis Stella Naylor were visiting relIn nil probability Henry Ford has atives in Madison last Sunday advanced the most practical idea yet Mrs. Cleo Brown ha-- returned to for keeping young men on the farms. her home in Mt. Vernon after a visit Henry suggests that we build fac to Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. tories throughout the farming secMr. and Mrs. William Sutton were tions, give these young men employment during the winter months when visitors recently of Miss Fannie and these is no farm work to be done, and Mrs. J. K. Sutton of the C. O. pike. shut them down in the summer when Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Carson and the men are needed on the farms baby, of Stanford, spent Sunday tt is a sane, sensible and eminently night with Mr. and Mrs Bascom Pelpractical suggestion. It is one easy phrey. of attainment. Mist Allie Yantis attended the It could be done in this commun. Chautauqua at Lancaster the past ity as well as any other place. week nnd was the guest of Mr and We have the brains necessary to Mrs. W. S. Embry. organize, operate and market the proMrs. '.. T. Rice who has been with ducts of such a factory. We have capital required for such a pur- - her mother Mrs. Carrie Davidson, the thoj past three weeks, hat returned to her home in Richmond. What more can we ask? Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White, Mr Nothing except for our enter prising formers and townsmen to get and Mrs. Miley Beazley were Sunday together, take the bit in their teeth, visitors of Mr s. John Broaddus of the Richmond road. and go ahead. Are we equal o the occasion? Mesdames C R. Henry and Graver forum for the Ward of Mississippi, spent a portion of the past week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Clark on the Lexington pike. Mrs. Frank Turner nnd daughter, Miss Rose, of Lancaster, nnd Mrs. Charlie Tuttle spent the day Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doalln and little daughter, Misses Flora and Cora, were enter-tnlne- d Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ray of Judson. School opened here Monday July oth, with Miss Eva Merriman of Garrard county ns principal nnd Miss Nettie Owens of Richmond as assistant. Prospects of a good school. Mrs. Carrie Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton entertained the follow. Ing gucsU' Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jones and daughters, Misses Marie nnd Grace, and Master Frank, of Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Davidson and children of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prattler gave an elegant dining recently, complimen tary to Mr.. Uettie Ham of Somerset, the other guests tha enjoyed heir hospitality were Mr, and Mrs. William Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Prather and children, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Prather and Mr. and Mrs . Clay Broaddus and two sons. Ootheboy Hall. "Nicholas Nlckleby," ona of, Dickens' best novels, occurs the name, Dothehers halL It Is the name of boarding school In the north of kept by a heartless villain named Squeers, a place where boys were tsk-e- n la and "done for." Saucers sysv tem ot tuition consisted of alternate beating snd starring. In Dickens time, tt Is said, such schools existed, snd his account of the one over which Squeers presided did much to brtnjj shout their extinction. Town? In Eo-lan- McROBERTS DRUG STORE. THE NATIONAL SANK Sports, Or Goats? Arr we American people porU, or aro we jutt plain goats? Huropean countries owe tlta Urilted States ten billions of dollar, loaned to them during the war against Germany. This money will soon Ih lue, and it la Intimated that the ollit-- either ran not or will not pay they Intimate the former, hut wo upect the latter. Our frienih across the water, It seems, do not want to pay ua until after they have collected the money from Germany. And when they do get the money from Germany it is t'ven possible that they will auddenly discover some more urgent and press ing need for it. Mnkea a fellow feel line, doesn't it? Quite sporty, or goaty, whichever term pleases you. Hurope tells the United .Stntes it Is short of sugar it must have sugar. We, oo, are ahort very short hut we send it to them, hundreds of millions of pounds. Of course that shove up the price of what little we nru able to buy Hut that doesn't matter to us aporta, or gout. We just revel In coughing up lively for the benefit of our dear friends across the water. Why should we ask Kurope to pay us the paltry ten billions of dollars they owe us? Would that the sporty, or goaty? Why should we tell them they can't have our sugar, because we haven't enough ourselves for our cunning, and our table? Would a sport, ur t Koat, be so ungenerous? Wh ynot Kive them everything' they want, and thank them for taking it? Wouldn't that be quite sporty, or tremendously goaty? Why not be genuine sports, or wholehearted goats, while we aro about It? For Isn't it quite Jolly to be a iport or supremely comforting to be a goat? You know! our-nelve- I would and U go without many things cheerfully, for the good and happlne of thn human racu In the future Hadi Illchard Jcffcrlr. t Poatsrlty. submit to a sorer discipline. Duty bancdstcr, CAPITAb KjJ. $50,000.00 SUfrPbUS $50.000.oo "HONOR ROLL BANK" OFFICERS. Jap Chlldrsn Maka Toys. Japanese children are rasponslble for a great deal of the cheap toys which aro imt from that country to this. The children are rounded up In croups of a dosen or more and they devots nearly nil their tlma to ttio work for which they recelvo s few cents n dsy. 8afsty First In America and England. The war of Independence was virtually a second KnglUh dvll war. The ruin of the American causo would have bes-- n The stop, look and listen signs along the Chlnm railroad usually constat of plcturra showing the dangers of trvDiMtaalnc on tint tracks. In. sTtptlons name time accompany ths picture, but the Inscription can bit rean uy omKiraUvnly few persona; the plctunvi can be understood by alt. Honorable Mayor, City Council and People of Lancaster, Ky: For Ago Computation. Whereaa, the franchise now held by To compute the are, snd birth month us is void by reason of being in con of a person ask the person to think of llict with the State Constitution, and his age, multiply by 10, add 23, multiWhereas, we have no franchise for ply by 10, sdd the number of Uia month In which ha wss born, subtract operating our plant in the City of 230, Tbo first two numerals will b Lancaster, Ky., because the same is the person's age and Uia last two ths void as aforesaid, the City Council of month In which he wss bora. the City of Lancaster, Ky., and the public generally aro hereby notified How to Rewind a Curtain Spring. that we will on August 1st, 1920, or Do you know that when the sprtn In tha window shado Is loosvnod. all as soon thereafter us practical, move you have to do Is to pull Uia nhada all our poles and electrical equipment down Its entire length, take It out of from the streets of the city of Lan tha rlzturps, roll It up smoothly, put caster, Ky. It back In the fixture, and It will liars This notice is given as a legal no Its original spring How many wire hairpins have you twisted trying to tice, as we understand that reason able notice must be given before we rewind a curtain spring? Picture a. tional cauMt In Iceland ; and a patrt otic iCngllaliman may revere Uio mem' ory of Patrick Henry and Oeorga Washington not Justly than tha patriotic American. John Horley, oa Uurka. also the ruin of tha constitu ls AUs R. Denny, President, John E. Storm, Vic Preildtnl, S. C. Denny, Cashier, C. M. Thompson, Teller. Paul P. Elliott. Indid'l Bkpr. Hugh MobUy, Gen. Bkpr. DIRECTORS. John E. Stortnes, AUs R. Denny, W. M. Elliott. J. II. Posey, A. T. Sandsrs, G, B. Swinabroad, S. C. Donny. To The Citizens of Lan caster, Ky. Condition Of The NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER At The Close of Business Wednesday, June 30th, 1920. RESOURCES Notes and Hill $227,452.71 None 2,500.00 50,000.00 1G7.278.50 110,703.62 Overdrafts Due from U. S. Treasurer U. S. 2 per cent Bonds Other Bonds and Stock - Fifty kssUod with Joe. Rst4 Invttotw sTUpa a nUaata can t new haod-etrate- d lot- - Ur staler. Malady of Doubt Tfeera ara pUoty of people who think that to doubt everything shows com. moa seuaa ami shrewdness, whereas It may Indicate only a tiarrowtulndiiesa. Hut there is an uneasy doubting of oaa'a sett which. If not resisted, may, become, Often, alsaast a disease. though perfectly aura that we did lock tha door, or deliver an Injunction, or put a memorandum In our pocket, w nourish tha doubt all day, or turn at our pocket aa our way to work. Ona symptom at this malady U tsa hurried, worried search for a missing irtlcJs la every place save where It usually Is, tad tha astonishment at Oadlag It there. can remove said property and dU continue said plant. We are willing to do anything we can to with the city in se curing a franchise for the purpose of furnishing electric light and power to the citizens of the city, but we can not continue it further without ex penrive additional equipment, and this we can not do at the present rates and without a legal frsnchUe protecting us in our rights. Done this April 20th, 1920. Respectfully submitted, DASTIN BROTHERS, By H. V. Bastln. tf Due From Banks Due from Fed. Reserve Bks. Banking House, Furniture 27, 122.-17,000.00 7,714.20 $519,801.47 Cash in Vault and Fixtures Total LIABILITIES Capital Sock Circulation Surplus Undivided Profit Individual Deposits Certified Checks Tax Fund Total 50,000.00 48,800.00 50,000.00 . 1,000.00 3G7.097.50 158.35 2,745.62 $519,801.47 This Dank has this day declared its semiannual dividend No. 110 of 4 per cent and added $20,000.00 to its surplus fund, making it an Honor Roll Bank. It has distributed in Dividends to its stockholders over 1777,600.00. Charter No. 1493 being the Oth oldest bank south of the Mason and Dixon line. It has never passed a dividend since organization u thing of which few- - banks con boast. When financial storms swept this country on more than two occasions from the Atlantic to the Pacitic, and institutions were closing their doors, under the skillful guidance of Its otTicers and board of directors it was enabled to furl its sails and ride out the stonu in safety. Our motto in the future as In the past, "Safety First". We are equipped with a Spherical manganese solid screw door safe, In a steel lined vault. We have also installed a new burglar proof Andtlutia steel vault door of the best make. We appreciate the assistance and good will of our friends who during these years have done so much to make our prosperity possible, and we respectfully request their influence In our behalf in the future. Very Respectfully, .3. C. DENNY, Cashier. semi-annu- The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 8, 1920 To Our Friends and MORTALITY STATISTICS Report of Deaths For State of Kentucky 1919. 2,408,547 Ksttmatcd Population Important ages Total White Col. Inft under I yr 402C 4uJ8 MJ8 1 to 143 acuo m 800 05 yr anil over 7377 0487 30H00 '268 1H R082 Totnl Penth (stillbirth excluded) Important Diseases. Tublsi. of lungs 348!) 3C7S 784 80 Other tuberculosis 445 S4C i!71rt 'J 70 Pneumonia .IS 172 Whooping Couch tf07 1 TUESDAY, JULY Customers We want to ask you to sec us this season before you dispose of your wheat. Wc havejas'good terms on storage as you can rf 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. ?J I , y Mji v to A UV ' .... v Dipthcrtn-crou- p 6S! IH Scarlet fever Meningitis nen tub 387 47 34ft 38 mr. 14 1 41 V Menslcs 20fi iWfl Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, Typhoid Fever p Iiarrhoea.cntcritf l07 (under two Diarrhiea-Dy- s 27 880 IMS 3 10f 117 year) entry Disease 7fi4 3 no t KENTUCKY, I fever two years) Hookworm . lnllupntn IcriD) 4&01 Puerperal soptiemn 112 M'Jt Cancer 16UP Violence I01S 181 Vs -1 i 10IU IIUC 10- -l H t DO YOU KNOW THIS TRADE MARK I't . 7.1 Mnlnrm M 54 92 Syphilis Stillbirth ToUl 2161 Dtath Rate twr l.ftOO l'atuiktinn 1 ' S the bve y will note a mark lechne in the dentil rate from a! preventable with the excep if diphtheria, far wMh there been an vr 1917 an.. tike, i 9 is. icree oe Diphtheria of the few ti. It represents the ")xibc" Starting arid Lighting BATTERY the buttery that by hard, sturdy, powerful and persistent service in motor cars all over the country has earned itself the title of "the Giant treatment, and if given early enough and in Urg witnign dmi. i a prai tical peeiiic in lml every case I Increase in the dnth rale means that) phyiciant are not called earl enough, or that they are not tnkinp MadvantaKe of the cheaper aati-toxkept on hand by every County Healt1 Officer in the State ami supplied free 3! to the indigent by practically ever Fiscal Court in the State. i: i -- GROUP ROYAL'S PHANTS that lives in a Box." The "Exide" Battery is a giant of the most dependable sort. Every ounce of it represents strength and endurance; .every detail of its construction has been proved right in many years of practical performance. It was designed and is manufactured by the largest maker of storage batteries in the world. Put an "Exide" Giant's power behind your starting and lighting system and have done with guesswork. Inch for inch and pound for pound, there is more power and punch in the "Exide" Giant than in any The Beauty of Woman. Years ago, when the adulut of f town were children, our mother a? an,j 0ur aurta lour grandmother could hardly be induced to enter a beauty hop or purchase cosmetic from over the drug counter. It wn ilconidercd vain nnd frivoloui, and 0., nubriety did not approve. ' In those ijay women need much jp more rapidly than they do today, and the wrinkles of time were in evidence early in life. w. Hut today it it different, and it 1 ir O ttj 32 The practice of pulling off a lot of If oj .gme 'rat t e penny has " A;..thrr wren i a passed Into his private murders in a presidential year j ceased to be a th.ng i( aluc you are n.' t'r I . rI still permit us to iTv i poor taste and should be suppress-- 1 in error It can be used to rub dry tat three meal a day and wish we cd. It diverts the public mind from I mud from rlntlum- - m it m. nn ...! the few measly thrills still left in our! that is not sharp enough to injure the rat four n order to get our poitical campaigns. cloth. money's worth. r well that it I o. other starting battery. PAINT LI6K OftRftOE PAINT LICK, KY. . " " mlmm marrie a woman because he I attracted to her and form a lasting nffection for her. It m but Zi natural that he should take a pride in 2 her beauty and in the charm of hur W character, and any harntlo mearut O that will umI in retaining either ia 2 more than justifiable in it employ-- j mcnt. The woman of the home take X) .pride in having that home neat and ............ i i. i. nddini; little touches which he knows of her m are appealing ta the man A mnn I ... ,. i cj,01CCi I CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. ALL BONDS LEFT WITH US ARE IN TIME LOCKED SAFE AND WE MUST HAVE ONE DAYS NOTICE, IF YOU DESIRE TO SEE OR WITHDRAW THEM. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. This bank has two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. D. NOTICE J, J. Walker, t. P. Hudson, l'rtsidcnt. L. G. Davidson, Cashier, Iticney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Wm. F. Miller, Teller. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. V. O. there any renaen why she should in preserving her beauty of person than he is in retaining that of the homo? There is today no reason why n normally healthy woman should not retain much of the brightness and bloom of youth even to the brink of the grave. Certainly I t In more rejuvenating to her and more pleasing to those who know and love her. Do not criticitc the woman who uses artificial means to retain her beauty of person on a par with that of her soul. possible she is showing It of wisdom not pooieHcd by some of her critic, for in the eyes of mankind the preservation of her charm is justifiable in every way. be lets particular tvi-don- The Wonderful Story of the Sedan EatramdiiMtf y Stamina and Cmfort Kwlt Potn Xllfitt Spftaits The Paper Famine. MM Jbm W. 0. R1GNEY Funeral Office Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, I'aper famine is forcing and jterimiical all over the to combine, reduce size, raise ad vertising and subscription rate, or to go out of business in many cas altogether. Numerous Sunday paper now sell at 10 cent or more. The Ijulies' Home Journal tend us its new advertising rate card and you may bo interested to know what that high-tonmonthly charges for its advertising space, The rate ft $12 a line or $108 an inch. A full page in colors cost $11,000 and if it is the back cover page it runs up to $15,-00- 0. These rates are for one Insertion. The Saturday Kvcnlng I'ost is $10 a line, end $10,000 for lust oovgr page. How muny page) would you liks at these rules? Thu I'athflndr. ed THROUGH DESERT HEAT, mountain cold, nnd the rough broken waste of the western dry plains, an Overland Sedan piloted the trans -- continental nnny truck train all the way with a perfect score. It established an extraordinary reputation for comfort on all roads in all weather. The Overland Sedan is the ideal economical all year car to buy now. lTourinc,$9SS: RsilitiT,$98Jj Coupe. $IS:S Eedtn. $S7S Prius t. . k. TUU, Mbjc la Ua without uutk ALDRIDGE & MARSEE -- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday July 8, 1920 BILLIE'S CHANCE By MILORCD WHITC? 3 As sure as you are a foot high you will like this Camel Turkish jiMCalB (CPFil(ki, tains five bands of music, ten kinds of mus4e in all, including the grand I golden steam calliope, band of real r Scottish .and several ciga-rettmusical novelties absolutely new to nor the American people. There is a of massive carved whole caravan cigaretty odor ! cages, glided chariots, mounted knights and ladies, a score of comical Give Camels every test then clownf. herds of elephants, camels. compare them puff-for-pu- ff with midget ponies and the tinest collec horses ever tion of highly-hcany cigarette in the world mi brought to this country. After nil, the parade is only preliminary to the most remarkable exhibition of Messrs. J. C Mention and Terry Kncyclopnedias, we admit, contain With the rrpuMicnn and the demoFor once in it life fashionable arcnic, hippodromic and zoological cratic rnndidatex both In the held society In the bit; cities has done n world of knowledge, but If you marvels ever collected by man. Will Hagan of Corbin were guests last thure will be reams printed Hlxut something worthy of general com- want the best and at first hand just Kxhlb:t at Batttn Held, Lexington week of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. marry a widow their respective virtue and imUi-Avenue It has adopted n broad ' Williams of Burn, Mrs. Rebecca tie. Tuke both the t;ood and the mendation. A town in Peru has become so in. bad of either nt n lift)' per cent vnl-- ' brimmed hnt for summer wenr which side is making her home with her UHtian and yu will come somewhere aifurd ample protection for the eyes felted with rats the official have votdaughter, Mrs. Dave Rankin and near the norma! and mental statu of in the hot sun. City dames. If they ed to destroy all but six houses in Mr. Rankin. r rMT I WPaHBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBB the man, for neither party could elect persevere, may in time approach order to get rid of them. That gives Manly Mrs. John Peters of Masksville, koul aonooa If Hun near to the normal ap- us an idea. We might try blowing ' either ii taint or a devil president of something JU la t imiMI or I'. 51 m Mrs. John Johnston and children of I lira Tineville are the guests of their sisThe Milherunl of plication of brains enjoyed by her up the country in orlr to get rid of the United State Ttttrr.ltlafwwm.Itch.rtc Doa'i tMTom dttceurat erf tocaam athaf much cor i nn tcrs of the country town and the the unwelcome bolsheviki. but probeach mrty have t trr.lm.ali fulrd. Ilaat-.ter, Mrs. C. C. Becker. w laiiTTaa BtuVM M ably it wouldn't work, rural districts. .ense for that ratn. Yau tu'l Im aa tack aaj Mrs. Laura Grines of Versailles afaaar Bmtk Ctn.lt.. U at aw tUk TODAY. Prka Trr a. and children and Mrs. McGibtony Fat MM lataUy ky of Middlesboro has been the guest of hr STORM ES DRUG STORE. Mr. and Mm. Belle Tamilson. Misses Stella Mae Grow- and Mary WILD Belle Holcomb, Messrs. A. T. Scott IS WILD Jr., Louis Hronddus and Simmte Murphy were Versailles visitors Sunday afternoon. MatThe "community Silver" met at the home of Mrs. Janie Rose at Camp ter, As the Dick Robinson, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Delightful refreshments Is of No Acwere served. Quite a neat sum was count anyhow. realized. The V. C. T. U. met at the home In spite of many academic discus- of Mrs. W. H. Swope Friday aftersions, nobody really cares what muk. noon at 2:30 o'clock. A very enter-estin- g es the wild cat because the wild cat program was rendered and nlnlng Is no good even when he is tame. quite a number of the members were - all the difference in the Hut it makeDelightful refreshments present. world whether useful livestock is were served. trained or wild. The finest colt in the world, product of the best draft cvnl. stock, is of little use to a farmer unless he has been broken to harness, it bridle wK' nnd tractable A cow may be a champion ! but she is of comparative mm " ly little value if nobody can milk Why you should ute the blue 5? her. A setter may carry and have Cardui, the woman's blood of Count Gladstone tonle, tor your troubles, n nose for bid that is unequalled have been shown in thousands ol letters front but nobod) wants to hunt behind actual users of this medihim unless he tuts felt the Jerk of cine, who speak trom the trainer choke line and learnei personal experience. It only to tlnd birds but give tut not the results ostalr.ed by other women tor so man owner an opportunity to hag them years have been so uniIt is exactly the same wny with formly' eood, why not cribs styles sizes to fit the in dollars. The country today Is overgtve Cardui a trial? run with wild dollars. They are as needs 100 bushels to 10,000 bushels caTake numerous as the herds of wild horspacity. es and buffaloes that used to ro&m the plains of the west and just about as useful. If you capture them, all style, style above) you can do with them is lock then double shed style, between. up in a cage to keep them from getThe Woman's Tonic ting out, destroying your financial fences and ramping your garden Disease-carryin- g Mrs. Alary J. Irvln, ol mice live vermin, plot. You cannot even handle them Cullen, Va., wrilesi without their getting away or doing MARTIN CORN SAVER CRIBS on used. "About II yean ago, I you some harm. suffered untold misery Buy now Hut If you tame thent and train which goes on save the 10 with female trouble, them by continued and patient and pins, head10th. regular investment In safe securities I ache, numbness would go for three weeks such as Government Savings Stamps, sale by almost bent double . . . Treasury Savings Certificate or Lib.My husband went to Dr. erty Uond at present advantageous "Hut, ilurlltigl" ohJoctid Will. " for Cardui . . . market prices you can make them I could tlnd Ihnt hat, what would It A2t;r taking about two look llko In the morning. It' raining work for you falhfully and well. bottles now." btsan soing Investment is the only known method "Mother bought tho hat at MM around nJ when I took of subduing wild dollar but it must t Connie Itulnuated. "MM three bottles I could do be safe investment. Like every othOffice S. S. S. Co. Ky. would know wueru to And unolh-e- r 0 all my work." er nnimal trainer you must have paIlk It. Wllhj." tience nnd the lesson must be repeatI the very way that And that ed until it Is thoroughly learned, HUIIti mud the raid opvolu far UU jtctory. company." llren.Um hail nalil, "Mother I alwaya on the Job. ThU mother Intends to kn-- p little daughter her wllllnc la In subjection WUer ami braver mrn than you hare fallal there, Mil." Hut ullll llllll hail permitted; to flnil hi friend' warning, tnie III cleverly (danm-Imitation for drlte or theater hail all Imtii arreted III mother' went nauie mother tiMi; thin unileMtihxl lllllle roufeatetl to lilnmelf that Con-nlhail a nnnarkahle ay of oimvrM-lwith one In rvnnileflm a It were with her e)e, Arronllnc to the tn-- r lumlnnm iji.a of Connie, nHither) tre--nhetween theni, u a ereat rerel to herelf aa It m to htm. Ami to tha twlnkly eyri of Connie, Mie ailinlreil lmim-Mrl-y hl clever. IhoUKh ueleai inntieien, to be rlil of that invenee Ami lately-o- nly tery lately a.. r.tinK to the aoft ami mlatful eye of CoHnle, he knew an vafern- - akin In hi own, In wlnh-Wito hear the woriU that he o yearned to With a tfexttire of weary despair, Illllln artue fmtii the irrli Mrp ami proceeJe.1 "Vebti-- r wanl." to fulfill an encasement to take C.iuin-- i ami mothrr to a roni-er- t lie mulled, comfortetl, anticipating thn clrt'a uenrneei Jurtnc the performance. If he could he quick enougti to tUAh the. old lady In the tint teat, Connht would alt nett to him. Hut alal llllllrt waa not quick enouxh. a Con It nle, whom her mother'a directing arm, put into tho firat neat. So Itlllle aulkeil tlirouetiout the eon cert, ami lllllle further ulked a Mr, Wehater, upon the homeward walk ln alnuatetl herself between Connie ami hlmaelf, a relying arm upon either. A atroog brrvzti comlni; up In the early aprlng night, blew dut In their facva, and lllllle frit n anvage delight In forrlnc hli rhnrge acalnt the Kale. Her nklrta buffeted her Mep, and a Connie hastily wlihdrew-- an ami In order to dine to hrr own hat, new- - atrau- - turban Mrn. a.i merrily lifted by tho breeie mid carried awlftly off In the ilarktic, "Citch oh ami Connie It Connie.' davheil off In purault. Then u Mra. Wehater nlnly about In the wludiwept gliMiiu, Illllln with n khoutcd Honl run In nn iin"-nll- o direction. "We will round It up," he promised; but everything whlili luriil km a Miad nw hat, proved to ho no hat at all, which, and accidentally or purpoti-ly- , I cannot iny, Hllllo and Connie met In the darkne4 ut tho end of tho Webiter lawn hehlml n Wehater tre'. And lllllle, bellevlin: that "It'a nil lit wind that blow nobody good." proceeded to rupturo hit own good and Connie' alight figure, ai well, at tho aaino time. "No uo looking further," lllllle murmured Inarticulately, "too dark, too breeiy. lint' gumt to Jericho by thU time." "Hut mother," whlapere.1 tho girl, "aho'a coming. I heur her" "U't her come," antwered Illllln wickedly, "we are harder to Hud bark hero thuii tho hat." And then lllllle told ht lov atoryl It wia eliNiuently told and very well If ahyly recetvel, came n qucniloui "Constunco!" olce. "Oh. eoiManci't where ure jour lot of that hat.'' "Mother thought tho girl Mid Into Hllllo'a coat lapel. "I reully thluk that you might get n long wuy Into mother' grace, lllllle, If you could brlug It back In the mom-lug- mood, iiti liU own orch "Irp. All liU I If,. he ,a, l(rll Wilt. Inc for Jut niifh n girl, nnd no lliat hd come, tin ruiiM make m progress whatever In winning her, or even In voicing his affection. II,- - rakr-- l the .revel wrnthfully n llxtttght of llit' many ipH.rtimltl.H wliteh had heretofore been llirixt himh Ihih. for wooing bour. thrw( hhn lilm, lllllle reflected. Ur wlllms MrDti. iVr IHIIIe'n batik r.tll win ul4niitlfll lllllle'w filially. h)mi reproach, lllllle hlniK'lf (imxI to Mik iiHti mi l equally "ko.nI'tNlk ut. Ami now Ihnt ho WB In enriH- - -- tlrvtdr. deadly eartieat hr w.n iMlknl in Ms lete nuking Intention at (Hrn. Itilli Wt that In' rtmlil urvhr another Iny without malinc lot l t 'until Hi hml lirlil hli tmuu In (tit-c- k Ju.l lone n he could. Connie wa loo pretty, too altogether charming to he held from lilm longer Yet, bow he km coliu to hi feeling for the Ktrl In tin. of hrr fortilthlliii; mntli.V was morn than llllll. could figure out Mrs. frigid pnulmlty alone, lie win sure, would frren- - the ord on tit Hp, anil .Mr. Wlnt.-- r wh neter absent (lurlnc llllll.- - n mil, ut least, from hrr only daughter's alile. Ilrandou hail warned Miu of this when lllllle requested the Introduction to tit,, TMn a,w,p,pt, i She wm tlir mot wonderful girl he hail ever ! .she wm "the glrT lllllle told himself; nil this, n li Mt In il.Tti and Domestic blend! V, MiM Amy Dawes wn. a recent Ilodgcnsvllle. The alt stmrMng topic ef the day victor in Mr. Mike Smith of Arkansas Is the neenwi to bt "are you going to th circus?" Th aiwwer on every haud guest of Mr. J. II. Leavel. Mr. Charles Rankin was in acems to be "why certninly," ind Thursday and Friday. when one Uipi to relleet ovwr the fact that th I'.hotlo. I'.eyal Shews Mr. J. C. Kintc Jr. af Louisville i nre the largest that ever toured the the guost of Mr. Jack Williams. United State-- ? it M surprising that Mrs. N. T. Ortrn- - and Mrs. Henry one M goinjc to avail himself of the McAfee were Danville shippers Sato see this maisive turday opportunity nmu(ement enterjirUe. No amuseMtHsr Choi. Han kin nnd D. F. ment whether tunled or otherwise, Hankin were Crab Orchard visiters h.is ever cauawl the preliminary en. liar-rodsbu- CIRCUS DAY. The Rhoda Royal The Grandest and Best Shows Almost Here 1WYANTSV1LLE Mr. Chas. Clubb of N'leholasvilW U visiting relatives. See us for Bale Ties. Hudson ami Famau. appear in Lancaster, Tuesday, July in Lexington. 1.1th. thuiasm throatrhont Unrrnrd county Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Woods and that the Ilhofa Itoyal shows have by the announcement that they would children spent Sundojr with relatives won-derf- Sunday. nt prv-..-nc- never got such as Camels hand you. Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice cigarette-contentment Aa4 PKfc thl L In view of the fact that this equine zoolovic. ethnologic, nnd hippedromic exhibition is the superior of all similar enterprises, employing, as it does, more cars to transport it. more people to conduct 3 Domestic Tobaccos make this goodness possible and makey on prefer this Camel blend to either kindoftobaccosmokedstraight! Camels mellow-mildne- ss 1 1 its various departments, more horses, wagons, larger tents, and the greatest number of performers ever amas sed under one management, it is not the world's surprising that It is y representative show. people We sUKt'-'- t to the advisability of coming to town early so as not to miss the grund Con-lanc- is a street jiarade that takes place dally nt 10 a. in., rain or shine. It con "It'll nerr Im two' a revelation Smoke them with freedom without tiring your taste y They leave no unpleasant bag-pipe- aftertaste unpleasant al). 1 nl ii n Mrs. Kllen Curtis of Richmond Is visiting her sons, Messrs Forest and Floyd Curtis. Mrs. Mary Ilerkele. Mrs. Ethel Ucrkcle and Mis Mattie Coulter were in Danville Thursday. Mr. William Hcailey of Huckcye was a week end guest of Mr. W. J. Hronddus anil family. 1'eachie Mrs. Crow of Uourne spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hruner. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Williams and children spent the week end at Camp King on the Dicks river. Mesdames R. I. Iturton, John W. Hryant, W. K. Davis and Fannie, Uryant were in Danville shopping Saturday. Little Miss Wadie Lee N'oe has been visiting relatives in Danville. Mrs. John Campbell has been visiting friends in Richmond. W. J. Uroadus U. H. Mesdames b Holcomb, Misses Mary Belle and Lettle Uroadus were Lancaster visitors Friday. Mrs. Emma Ilasclden and daughter of Danville spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Swope and fam-ilHoi-com- r. e 1 k back Mi THE CAT - MARTIN S STEEL CRIBS It Really Doesn't Feline Untaimed J el mm -- milk-produc- Reasons 20 Per Cent of Corn Crop Saved by Use of This Crib. FIREPROOF. RATPROOF. M0ULDPR00F. These are built three of any farm. From and Oblong (like illustration with driveway rats, circular and CARDUI bear-in-do- and other " farms, where and July For cannot are 11 per cent advance ... Wol-cott- ," Wol-col- SANDERS Lumber ti FARRA Lancaster, E-8- The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 8, 920. 1 A Tractor Farm 145 Acres K JUST KIDS By FOR J. M. McGRAW, IN LINCOLN COUNTY, AT JENNIE LITTLC Kg (X llll. r Mrtlur. N.w.r.,., PiMlr.t. I As the enr swung rnatul the cunr nil Moppcil. the motormnn nlmo.t thought ho ureliir double, fur e the whltr Nit stood n unnll hoy anil ctrl, a like an two In a pod. The conductor, miirtlnc from the sarcastic comments of an eld Udy whom he hud carried her street, chanired hi scowl to a Kiln aa he awutiR them up with a "Well, well, look who's here I jour mother know you're outr "No, 'cau.e we're visiting; (Jrntnma," piped up the frmlnlno portion of the party, who waa the acknowledged Kpokenrnan In public; for lioba waa the victim of a inoit unmanly llp. Ax they ml down the ulnle of the AT TEN O'CLOCK, hot car, the Unties or grumpy expriif alon on the other parngers' faces On Short Pike, L8 of mile from the Danville nd Huitonville Pike, 6 changed aa If by made. They squeezed LOCATION Into a racarit tpaee betide a mother miles from Danville, 6 miles from Stanford, 2 miles of (traded School, 2 miles from VJ. and Talnly to yard fronts right on the pike, is a beautiful home and you are trying who promptlyamnso her fretting Railroad, in good neighborhood, t aby, stopped hi wallsure to like it. ing, and with a gurgle of itileclilt-made a at Hetty' curl. Will be sold in three tracts. "How long bate you had hltnT' alie TRACT NO. 1 105 acres, with splendid 7 room two story dwelling, fine stock barn, 4 asked, with a delightful giggle. "He had acre tobacco barn, large double crib, garage, best dairy in the County, other out buildings, all in week." smiled hU first birthday last as follows; 4U acres in "Oh, my, the mother. good orchards. In cultivation first class repair; everlasting water, 2 ha. n't he lasted good? acres of to- waa the admiring remnrk, aa ate corn, 20 acres in wheat sown to clover, 12 acres of oats, 12 acres of meadow, cat in grass. bacco, remainder a mot nnfavornbto look of comparison at the doll TRACT NO. 2. 20 acres, good 3 room house, good orchard, everlasting water, 8 acres tightly battered fraturt-- of a only held got under .one arm. "I grass. in corn, one acre in tobacco, balance in blue Itella laat Chriitroa. We'legot a Devr baby brother home." TRACT NO. 3 20 acres, unimproved, all in corn. Hobs burrowed deep Into newly no Each tract faces on the pike and two or more tracts can be had together to get the size quired back pockets, the pride of hi have sold heart, taking a much time aa farm you want. This farm produces well and somebody will buy a bargain. that none might OTerlook th two farms for J. M. McGraw at auction, and he is the kind we like to do business with. Mr. eilitence of raid pocket. McGraw is like we are, he puts them up, turns them loose and somebody buys a farm. "Two inarblrth," he announced briefDon't overlook this one. Spend the week with us. Auction sales every day this week. ly. Juit then a young man stepped on Possession January 1, 1921, or earlier if the purchaser desires. Will be sold on easy the car, and lletty balled him aa an old friend. terms. "The twin terror, a I'm alive!" he For further particulars see Mr. McGraw, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever, at my Danville of- exclaimed, bla eye eagerly fices, George Swinebroad or W. A. Dickerson, at my Lancaster offices. about for a third party. "You're not alone?" "Yea." raid lletty, "but I fa all right. It hain't been a nlcii day at Gram-rna'Aunt Allen rrltxl tiard lait clgh when ahe thought I wa atleep, and ahe hain't laughed or played with us today. Hob was bad, and when he upset tho milk bottle In the Crararaa aatd, 'Children I'm 'xnprated. Cto out and amu.e till I call you.' So we started to water the lawn, and how did we Our automobiles are at your service. knew (Irampa was coming round th Look up the dates of my other July Auction Sales. Write for catalogue, giving descrip- corner Just as we turned the ho that way? Then he told u to go atralght off the lawn, ao wo took a walk down tion of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. AUCTION 2' he-sid- jn-a- s at When rou uio sprays, atomizers nnd douches for your Catarrh, you may succeed In unstopping the chokrd-u- p air paasnRe for- tho time lnir. but this annoying- condition return, and you havn to do the same thing over and over opsin. never yet U'en Catarrh ha cured by thcoe local applications. Have you ever experienced any rial benefit from such treatment?. Catarrh is a Real Enemy Treatment and Require! Vigorousthean mnkeihlft remedies rnuf Npi'lctt It. IV. tint TV to the winds, and grt on tho rlRht treatment. Oct a bottle of 8. S. 8., nnd begin a treatment that hss Iwn praised by sufferers or lialf n century. S. S. S. ccts rlcht at tho source of Catarrh, and forces from tho which cauro tho blood the perm Special medical ajvicn dincaso. repardinp your own care free. Address Medical Director, 100 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ua. Friday, July 23, Ve Let's all of us go to the Chautauqua then to C McRoberts drug line. Drug Store f for a refreshing drink and the best in the s McRoberts Drug Store n I0E30I IOC39I IOE3 POPULAR EXCURSION i CINCINNATI SUNDAY, JULY ROUND TRIP FARE I 1. 1920 SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man. Lancaster, Ky. 300-ACRES-3- 0O SouiiirjtMiMwSYsrEM IMtlUI.I Returning M. i C Qyf. qUeCr" FROM DANVILLE 'frig-erato- r, HAS. TAX your-M'U- Lar DanvitU GlOO A. M. Spcil Train Leave Cincinnati SilO P. M. (CatiilTM) Special Train M. . ienc . 1M CHUN, TWkrl IliMlUT, KT. kt.Ml, Ulilrlrl Tmtattt Anui, l.l:Xl.M.Ttl, KT. ict3oe socaei the atreeL The Farm of Will Matheny at PUBLIC AUCTION To The HIGH DOLLAR On "I hope you are not going to ! too," said the engaging young atnner. "tinea everybody got out the wrong klde of tho hod thL morning. Why didn't you come to ae Aunt Alice taut night? Thrn maybe ha wouldn't hhe cried." Wlien they reached the gate, three distracted relative came rushing from aa many directions but Jack turned to ty's nudlrnce. "We Mopped to apeak to n big raooly-colooking through the fence, and ahe blew both her old homa at nt. So we thought we'd ride a little way, till If tlin for (Irnmma to want u back." 1'oor Jack Hanie waa an uncomfortable aa a mere man could b under this running tire of explanation, and, red of face, signalled for the next atop. "You'll go right back now," he said, firmly, and marshalled them off, followed by the delighted, .mile of Het- DRINK OERTElS DOUBLE-DAR- K The Drink that leaves a Pleasant Memory Have il in your home at all time cro, Incorporated Matter of O.rl.U DoubU Dark, O.rl.l. Dark and Oertrl Light. N. L Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Harrodsburc Ky The OERTEL Co Louisville, Ky. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21st, AT 10:00 O'CLOCK, LOCATION Lincoln county, on the Ottenheim pike, 5 miles south of Stanford, in good neighborhood, close to schools and churches, quarter of mile from L, and N. Railroad Station. It is admitted that Will Matheny is one of the very best farmers in Lincoln County, and the condition of this farm and improve, ments and everything about the farm proves it. Here is one of the best money makers that we have on our list. Matheny has petted and taken care of the farm and it is ready for the next man to make money on. Fine tobacco land; sugar tree and black walnut. Improvements modern and up to date. 2 story 8 room dwelling, 2 halls and 2 porches, metal roof, electric lights, water works, bath room; a new house with modern equipment. One three room tenant house, one stock barn, one 12 acre tobacco barn, new garage and all other out buildings. Cistern at house and at barn and fine young orchard. 12 acres in tobacco, 26 acres in wheat, 60 acres in corn, 70 acres in blue grass, a lot of it virgin soil, balance in clover and timothy meadow. 22$)'t'i About 125 acres will be sold with the improvements, the balance divided into several tracts with good frontage on pike. There ought to be a "BUNCH" of buyers on this farm as every fellow who sees it will want it, but the other fellow might not be able to get there so you come and secure a bargain. Take our word for it, very few like this one on the market. Will be sold for possession January 1, 1921, with the usual fall seeding privileges and on easy terms. Remember this land is up and selling to the high dollar. All you have to do is to bid last. For further particulars see Mr. Matheny on the premises, or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at Danville, or W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or Urn grandparent. e "I found these twlnsters having a Joy ride on a car, ao I made them nbout-facIn can you wanted them." 'The little reel." cried tho old gentleman; "they ought to be m linked for giving U tho aenrn of our Uvea.' Hut Grandma thankfully foldetl them to her heart. they went to the house. Jack turned stlfflr to tho young lady, who, after her first cry of welcome, had not spoken. "I didn't Intend to force myself uc on you again, after what hapened last night, but I really would like to hear your reaona for letting that cad Huttings take you to tho daunt after you had promised me. If It waa Jut a way of letting me down easy, why all right, of course." "Well." snawered that young ier-socoldly, "when I saw you an hour beforu dovotlng your time to a beautiful stranger, 1 certainly didn't think you needed my cotnpauy, and the roud' attr will not acvomraodute three." "Daylight brwka over me," cried Jack. "My stater arrived on tho 8;30, and I was ahowing her about town a bit, and telling her about the fluent girt In th world, who hud hd often wished to im et her. Aad yon thought on. All co Camden, I iroesa lf up to you to ask mo In to aupper and begin " where wo left off before this big Aa mis-tuke.- I 1 HSaMSarKMBflBflSBHSBBMSaaBBaaBSBHW That is the first thing we think About when we go to invest n dollar. Then comes the question Will it Pay to drive to Brynntsville to do your trnding? We know we can save you money on the following and mnny other things not listed in this ad. Will It Pay? I I I I Dccring Binder Twine 17c per pound. New ear load of wire fence, which is going at the following prices: Four foot No. 9 top and bottom 65c. Four foot, heavy weight 7"c. Four foot, 6 in. stay heavy weight. S5c. Heavy cattle barb wire 6 for spool SO rd Heavy Hog barb wire, heaviest made fif? f .Qft vndo nfl nop cnnnl w.wwwwo. , I I I 2 gj: W i i SWINEBROAD, "THE REAL ESTATE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. MAN" Our automobiles are at your service, day or night. Look up the dates of my other July Auction Sales. Write for catalogue, giving description of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. That night aa the young ndvunturera wcru being pat to bed, Alice led Jack to the foot of the stair, where Hetty's vol co flouted down "and Idea mamma and Da'Jdy, and Uie new baby, nnd make Hobs a better boy tomorrow," Even a worm wtll tum, and from the next room came a drOant challenge; "Mind your own blttlneth. I can pray for mythelf I" There was a pause, fraught with great possibilities, then the prayer was concluded with a voice of I'barUalcal sweetness: like ftl" "I'm going to be good, anyway, Lord, but you can help me a little If you frtl 'A' i Becker ii BRYANTSV1LLE, I Fresh car load of salt at $3.48 per seven in bushel barrels. PHONE 27. & Ballard KENTUCKY. mm 15 I'VE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday July 8, 1920 5 "The Chickens Will Come Home To Roost" GOT TO PAT MAMA 15 Days ONLY Days ONLY I I bought her entire interest in the JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY, Lancaster, Ky. Complete reorganization of the Joseph Mercantile Co. But same will be carried on with the honest business principals of the old concern. is pers greatly reduced. have bought out lock, stock and barrel, the entire interest of my mother who now retires from the firm, leaving me entire control of the business. Taking over the entire business, I am confronted with the imperative obligation of paying for what I have bought. MAMA and say it with all reverence- - wants her money, as you and I want ours. It is the fruits of her labors, the realization of her life's work that she wants the wherewithal to enable her to spend the balan ce of her days in comfort. It belongs to her, she earned it and she wants it. I have therefore, decided on this means of raising the money to conduct a sale a bonifide dissolution sale that will arouse the people of this and surrounding counties. And right here good friends, let me remind you and emphasize the fact that we do not hold sales every week. I am not like the Shepherd Boy There are no false alarms here. There is a reason for this sale I admit it and my shoulder is to the wheel. Come then to the Biggest Merchandise Feast Garrard and Surrounding Counties has ever known. 1 1 AT 8 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE, EV ERY MORNING, FOR FIFTEEN DAYS, "SO I CAN PAY MAMA." Everything sold for cash only. N othing sent out on approval. Store closed 13th and 14th, to mark down goods. 13 m Thursday, July 15 to t""" LADIES SLIPPERS. $9.98 $13.75 values now $12.50 values now . . . $8.75 $8.50 and $9.50 values $6.75 100 pairs slippers, good values, at $4.98. Slippers at . ,$3.98. 50 pairs Misses and Children's slip- 3 DC i ; : WOOLENS. complete stock of woolen piece goods in Central Kentucky at muchly reduced prices. I will offer the most WOOLENS WINDOW SHADES o o u E e 0 8 o. o 1 a 3 w COTTON YARD GOODS. - - 35c. Hope Cotton 37c. 50c Outing 40c Apron Gingham - . - 29c. 35c. 50c Dress Ginghams 15c. Printed Ginghams Imported Scotch Plaid Ging59c. hams 48c. 65c Bates Zyphers a c -- a .... SPECIAL All wool batiste, $1.50 yd now 98 cents. Numerous other values just as good. MY SILK STOCK will be priced so as to insure every purchaser that they have bought more for one dollar than at any time since the pre-wprices. See our Silk Shirtings $3.50 and $4. values, now $2.50. Black Taffeta $4.00 yard values now $2.98. Crepe de Chine $3.50 and $4 yd now $2.50. ALL HOSIERY REDUCED We will have wonderful values in Cotton Hose at 19c, 29c, and 49c and 89c, in both ladies ar $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 A 95c. now $1.19 now $1.48 now Line of Drapery at greatly reduced prices. each each each Full U c ul in o c TS X3 3 u u 3 o u u S SUITS, COATS & DRESSES. I will reserve nothing, all off. Will include will go at with this 50 Fall Coats which will be a great saving for any purchaser. 1-- 3 TABLE LINENS. J2 O in ci oc and childrens. c MIDDY SUITS AND WASH DRESSES. $27.00 Middy Suits now $18.75 $22.50 Middy suits now $14.75 $15.00 Middy suits now $11.75 $12.50 Middy suits now $9.75 Middy Dresses reduced in the same proportion. o LADIES WAISTS. MARVELOUS REDUCTIONS $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 $7.50 $5.98 U -- 5 3 c 98c. $1.50 yd, now yard now $2.00 $1.48 $2.50 yard now $1.89 $3.00 yard now $2.38 All Grades Reduced. VOILES. 75c yard now $1.00 yard now $1.25 yard now $1.50 yard now $1.75 yard now BE THERE and $18.00 Waists at Waists Waists Waists Waists at at at tt. 3s at SPECIAL in Voile Waists of exceptional quality and style. $11.75 . $8.75 $6.75 $5.75 $4.98 S DC in Q UJ o c 16 49c. 69c 89c. 98c. $1.19 DON'T FORGET THE DATE, JULY 15th. BUT SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT. THERE ARE NUMEROUS THINGS WE SHOULD MENTION BEEN SOLD OUT. BEFORE THE MANY SPECIAL THINGS WE WILL BE OFFERING WILL HAVE EARLY EACH DAY Co. The Joseph Mercantile Kentucky. JOSEPH, Prop. Lancaster, A. D. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 8, 1920. 1 CARDS. St"fSSe,S"SS,JFi , PUBLIC I I SPEND. ING LESS. ( i M. S. fc. HATFIELD DENTIST Phone, The Garrard Hank, Office 5 P.etidence 370. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Office nr U. S. Treasury Depart- ment OfTicinl Says ' Public Has Awakened to Necessi- CHIROPR ACT IC ' ' ty of Saving. Wcor'intt ti statement issued by t if United States Treasury Depart' in nt. people nrc rnidly getting over aaOBaBSmmmmmUMmammmmmMaammmmmmmmsmTajmafllB It I their postwar extravagance. the retail noticeable throughout Exclusive. world, that people are buying with Optometrist less frequency and grentcr discrimithis fnct that the It is nation DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY. economists are to ascribing the Oonnsllo C!IcKtr- Hotel. eneil fall in price, said to be n near Oftlce Hours 3 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.ra certainty. the public Apparently, has only Just begun to rouse to the 9 fact that high prices lire directly traceable to its on desire to get rid of money, nnd that they will fall only when the public itself gets tired of MINERAL DIRECTOR paying excessive prices nnd throw. Olllre Over National Hunk. ing nwny good money. Residence Phone 3. OlFce Phone 27 Another Indication of the awaken ing of thrift tendency lies in the in LANCASTER. KV. crease of Government bonds of low denominations. Hnnks nnd broker ages throughout the country are ing flooded with inquiries for these bonds and other small stocks of an ; assured nature Exchange. OlmaaBamBB J.J, Byrne J. A. Beazlev WW Office Hours 9 to Slight subluxations nt this point wdl cause .,uhcs, eye disease ileafnesi. epilepsy, vertigo, insommn. wry neck, facial pnralj lotomotor ataxia, etc A slight subluxation of a vertebra in this part of the sp ne is the muse of throat trouble, neuralgia, xun in the shoulders and arms, goitre, nervous tion, la grippe, disslne, bleeding from nose, illxtMer of gums, catarrh, etc. 1i,c arrow head mnrkel No. .1 locates the part of the spine wherein subluxations will cause linincliitw, fekns, in between the seiowlder bkidea, rfeetiwsatfcHM 4 of the arms and shoulders, hay fever, writers' cramp, et, tertebrnl sulduxatien at thta point rnusta nervwuHtM. IteaH ittaea. nsthmii, pneumonki, tuberculosis, dilflcult braallilnc. aiher king trttublM, etc. ! tnarh nnd liver trouble, enlargement of the spleen, pkxtritjr ad a soore of eHher trouble., are (aissetl by subluxntiom In thla Nirt of the spine, assmettinva so light as to remain unnctrced by others except the trniaml CMnprair. gnll stones, dyspepaia of upper bvweta, fever, g Here we find the cause of sningies, niccougn. worms, etc. V llnght a ilMeasc. diabetes, limiting kidney, skin dwewte. boils, eruptfctMS and Ulcr enses, are caused by nerves being pinch! in the apiitrtnias at tMat point. Regulations of sucli trouliles as appemlicitH, peritaaiUs, rUMixiic. ecj fol low Chiropractic adjustments at this point. constipation, rectal troubles, seiatiea. etc.. "when CMrHprasrtk 9 Why have iiujusiments at mis part ot tlie spine mil remove the enusei A slteht subluxutlon here will IILvul... Iirn.lnnn u.B.J urfl4n lm..tL ..4. 101 "diseases" of pelvis and lower iixtremitlM. d . d l, hi 4t d d It A. M. Contuttatiun and Spinal Analjriit, Free, LIPSCOMU 3 h. j. Patrick, LIPSCOMU. Chiropractor,. AND 10' Dentist. Paint Lick, Kontucky. Or. Printus MEXICO WOMEN INTERESTED Walker They Have Big Meeting Of Federated Club Member Make Special Feature of OFFICE NOW OPEN AT Simpson House, Lancaster, Kentucky. The fool invariably questions the ed, what In heck wdl we in dry Amer-le- u from him. wisdom of a wise mnn. His foolishdo for our good oul reliable brand time. ness is a thing without question. of Scotch? All men are not blind to their own There n no denying the fact that faults. They simply lack the mornl this i a bmd of milk and honey, but sense to correct them, which is even many people don't know where the worse. milk is and can't find the honey. you are angling for a husband, If If you know of something particusister, don't bait your hoek with sugar coated words. The h. c. of a. will larly ."refreshing" that you want to roach the ears of u married num. just scare him. confide it to bis wife as a profound If Scotland goes dry, as is predict- - J secret which is to be kept religiously j VETERINARIAN. Call, Answered Promptly Day or Nitlit. Phone 317. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY, He'll knw it in record and J00 Qood To Be True. ('let eland. Ohio. - A stampede was l.v averted in Lakewood, whr Sorr rH rente a pound" appeared on tne window of a srrurery Thr store was jammed and the clerk, were nearly awept otf their feet narrow yottSMtaler was trie mischlevou cuaao of it all. When the Hm wit paiatod on tko ulaxtow with wattinar. "Sugar ta it road cottU s youUiful The fMsuad." hamonat rukked out law figure .' " 3 Thrift. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky . JOHN WHITE R, F D. No. 3 & CO. Louitvuxa, KY. Tie Club women, of Mexico, Mo.. are greatly interested in the Thrift anil Savings movement sponsored by the L'nited States Treasury Depart ment. Last Monday the Federated Worn en's Club held an unusually inter. esting session that was presided over by Mrs. William Rufus Jackson, wife of Mexico's postmaster. Representatives of nearly every woman's club in the central part of Missouri were present. Scveal number were reciations by children, who took their selections from the verse nnd feature stories appearing In the Savings Herald, u paper published by the Savings Division of the Treasury Department at St. Louis, (let ready far yaar haneywiaiins. girl. An aoreptaiM servier M be-imapped oat fro Son tire ta Alaska, ami tho parvportiv groom ran hardly refuse yon Use trip if ywa We might touch him up In time. mention, as an added attraction, that your bllllmr and root will not be unfeelingly interrupted by mosqui-tuat that altitude n e Liberal assortment aad full VallM Ml for .FURS Twenty Years Ago. Nobody swatted a Hy. Nobody had appendicitis. Nobody wore white shoes. Cream was five cents a pint. Mieee an Ami SUaa The undersigned hereby give to all person! not to trespass, upon lur lands for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips. R. L. Elkin, Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Ilackley, Mrs. Emma Higglnbothaa, Edd and N. B. Price. S. C. Higsby. O. M. Anderson. R. 1.. Darker U. I.. Kelley. POSTED warn-ta- g Cnnteloupes were muskmelons. Milk shake was a favorite drink. Advertisers did not tell the truth. Doctors wanted to sec your tongue. a The hired girl drew one-fif-ty week. You never heard of u "tin Lizzie." nrefottc has EXTRAVAGANCE Thrift gone is in the air. Men are buying Farmers came to town for their mail. Nobody phone. Nobody gasoHne. "listened cared for in" on a the tele- price of J Herbert Did Not Care. (New York World.) Chiengo, Herbert Hoover ami bis family passed through Chicago recently on their way to the eeant. "1 have nothing to say eHtiecil-ly.- " he Mid. "I shall stop nt True-keNew, to ftsh for a month." J. RIcsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy a e. "Hut the outcome of the conven tion must be of interest to you." Tli liiuru we ee. of gilf th more "Absolutely unintended." we an Impressed with the thought "The Michigan delegation is in gumo K very much like life that the structed for you. Is that ItM'If. Almost ewry dub Imagines. lilmsWf coiupetotit to give the other "It's not a bit interesting. I dUl fellow advlre. not instruct them, did I?" replied the former Food Administrator with a broad smile. True. where the value is. i The Firestone thrifty 3k is field today. leading the small-tir- e Because it is built on real thrift methods from start to finish. Firestone experts on the spot in the raw material markets of the world are able to get first choice of quality at quantity purchase prices. Firestone men have worked out the way to produce this tire by concentrated methods no waste material, no waste motion, no waste space. close margin. 30 mm S2250 Gray Tube $3.75 Red Tube $4.50 aaan i (non skid) kmmm Hazelwood Sanatorium For th4 Treatment of TubtrcviotU O Last of Lee's Staff Dead Rev W W. Page, lust living member of '.".f staff of General Robert E. Lee, died In New York Monday. He was 81 years of age. At one time he was the religious editor of the New York World. And lurestone volume output, through thousands of dealers, permits selling at a The user Try this J'i'estone thrifty 3xh. .7 the benefit. B rite After you eat always take Maintained by tha LoutivtU Association (of li the adequate treatment of at leu fan In all Its t. Kates $15.00 pr etk, in. eluding Loir J, medical attention, laundry, etc. Wiju 6'md w"1' minding extensive lew. Delightful unrounding. Special files for iu tubci-cukn- usi PATONIC IwUstlr relieVM HaartWra, Bloat. adCUatyfesssaa; 8 tops food aourtag. iratUiff, awl ail atomach raise rial. eeat aa4tnB. If tmtlH M uUMt II Mtmrr, ' CS. HfJmml laaVtutKaofea. Lamm), Most Miles B-- SBHSHSSSkaSsP dsflsHmmA K Kf, R. E. McROBERTS, Dollar The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. FOOD RIOTS Becoming More Serious In Germany. Thursday, July 8, 1920 1 THE VICTORY MEDALS Heing Distributed. All Who TO in and FARMERS THE UNIVERSAL CAR , The Ford One "beast of Inirden" way" in every line tracking purr Ton Truck i .1 profitahV nd urly lias the "right i f nf Uimiwm activity. Fr r a I in the city and for nil heavy werk rm the farm, the I'onl One Tom Truck with it tmuianee hmnrc wnrm-driv- e aid cvwy other Ford merit d simplicity in design, strength in construction, economy in operation, low twrrJws price, standi head and shiul.!rn above any other truik i the market. Ir i ami Ict'sulkitovcrand liaveyourwrdcrftrtriv. v ? despatch from Berlin to the N'rw York World. telHnt: of fowl riot In (rtttMbethtewH New.) (icrrtinny, soys: The riots, which started In the In- The Vielnr MeAtl. wWeh i to be lnlr4Ml Iuimi ut t l.niilirilrrW. Anil immH t every aoldler. wilor, thence jumped . to Itromon, Ulmstndt, IIpW elerk. or nurte who nerv . .Masrdchuri? WE Srd In War Will Rti PAY THE WANT YOUR WHEAT AND WILL MARKET PRICE. Drcortion.' wheat. We have plenty of new grain bacs. Come p;et what bags you need to hold your .... ma-rir- n. es, today, broke out in Darmstadt, .Masrleberg and several smaller town, nil taking the form of a pubic pro-tnfNinul the high rwt of llvinn nngry bwyew, chiefly incensed by he )ttKh prlee of fruit. Hut not step-pi- n l)itri. In many eases the ringleaders of the mi held and several smaller plac- ! al tmnnrahly for any period from April fi, 1017, to November U, oil in a ut 1918. arc bcInK dltributcl. Kxccut. tencd bronr.e, the meilnl was WE WILL GIVE YOU 35 POUNDS OF PATENT FLOUR TO THE BUSHEL OF nt what they ronaider fair ri iurfl prter. though more often solve th simply tie prnlvtHnan hifch KMt of living problom ly Mile pluh-denns-- freil Imr-KHi- ti :. Haselden Bros Garage. f ti ,n t.ir tttl t In some places the not tup t xorminK and selling mil fod More, hut rim i) mi oot shoe stores. In (loewU t'ven oVpartmnt store. muvndo. nor Mrsarbaven thr crow aptured a Krai deportment stem priced at 700 mork nnd wM tin normally $11) far 10 to AO mnrfc normally $fliM ami $11.60), and ouitu at .() Mark. Tht nii;h utttHiUon. in taking Uir cf liMn iletlpneil by tho celebrated American wulptor. Jnmen Karlo Frner, of New York, umler the aiipervtaion of the Commntaion of Hnc Art. In aildition to the ineilal there Iwve bnn liwinwl thirteen eowbnt or mnjor operation elnni ',n' " lferlvc sec tor rlaap which k on the ribbon with the medal awl nkto nve ftwm er ico rUt for trtp not entitlel to battle rktp. Sutiaiiea ewnpHwl inee th armi tk-itiaehaHid tnitt 4,706.000 men and women are eHertlde for the award whleh will be mailt- - thru the Adju tant (iHcrnl of the Army. Te obtain modoU It h nweMiry fee rtury applieiint to follow thee e WHEAT TO PLACE ON DEPOSIT. best of flour. Sell us your wheat and deposit your flour with us. Yours very truly, We have employed one of the best millers in the State to run our mill and guarantee you the LANCASTER FLOUR MILLS LANCASTER, lneoriiorBted KENTUCKY. et f not. U further attKrnvnted thr pofnilar Irritation vvor the ion whirh ha jutt neurit tax pr liecontf firUo, rftiirinsc tlmt 10 per rrnt ) 4Mturle4 Wy vMptajrvr from all wkkw and wihtri and wit .nto the ftate't coders on aeeunt f.Tni t 40 or 50 FARMS i( vf i .rtur iiicmk tax. It .Tr w rin talk of tax riot Rerlm wh. Every waw Hit- - it nit r. wi.rkrm. poHlewiarrr th rndieal. ait rt. in various part of Oeraiany. prntet nr" pn n.i'i'U ' hn, bM th onanirHi SALE OS EXCHANGE. 1; i ht.j:' .u want tu a Farm I. . . i n - . .i t .i i -- ECZEMA! noMt-- W. T. KING F. Auct...nocnnK R. A net D. No. 1. . nr.cr. :v r r r? , Kltn r: K II : The m M ; an a t . Iti.i! i Man. LANCASTER. KY. f n. ' ' ' sI. -- '. J .tea - itt-l ..i.t Mmnrtir ul vwj ejr 1 I 1 i. -- ittb V rt y n Vy - STORMCS DRUG STORE. and men dortirniK the touch with the near olTIeer or with the out rwultinic rmtanillinr olfiecr of the nearest armr tHwt, rnmp or stotion. Olftecirn in ehar:e nt thee various pUre will di'terminc after fxamino tion of Hiaehante pnpr th- - cIom of I and Ui- - number of Itattlo rloaiM t which the applicant t vn titM or forward the application to thv Adjutant (iwivrnl for further In. formation if not nriwvrly supixtrted Thr nnarinal dlacharire paper will th-b handitl hack to the man ur thr tfpot otfieer of thv Quatt-rntir CnrM. 1'biUdfltthia. i'a.. or. lire. to 'hip tho mvdal direct to t.u- r cipient. Should an appWcnnt not live in a a t"n whore thore Uhe pwt. camp or ahould applv n nnlimc atatioo. h. mail to the nonnwt matt or cam I fir necenwry form. If hi di-- . ' ..rr.' papora or other reeordo do not hw elaima for battle MilMHnttate cips or othor ndditiooal decora-tionn- . they honld he forwarded to 'Hv Adjutant (Sonoral of the Army, uherv a aoareh of the record of organisation will be made and lit the cart medal and battle cbp All MtTlcMr lntruetlen: niwdal will not in WHY NOT nn-.U- Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, I - THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Swinebroad's Series of July iTolemiined. Nurves will npply trenernl'a otTice to thu turiceon direct. Capital $50,000. A. R. DENNY. S. C. DENNY. Surplus $30,000. J. E. ST0HMES, Dook-kccpcr. Bcok-KeepcVIcc-Prcs- JIILT AUCTIM SALES FARMS & CITY PROPERTY Memorize the dates, then follow your memory. sale atn.sfi.rsal.'prAatih. We "Turn Down" an auctionhere-Sri-i)tie i nj: the buying public wants. '1 aipt.iN to i as tin'i s We sold l iOO iitren ... June for over 208,000.00. can now sell at a proht. was a sal. and Every auction -r A Favorable Sign In Kentucky. Tho election of J. H. President. Cashier HAIUMS. Individunl C. M. THOMPSON, r. Teller. Joeph K. Uokk. r, HUGH MOBLEY, Ceneral Si'tid for ut4 m k .i KAiiK fti'l ) of the iliirvnnt farms, also de- - NOW GET THE DATES. Saturday, July 17th, 156 acres, subdivided, IluuMmille. Lincoln County. in Farm, ritfht at Will he sold at 10 o'clock, A. M. the Adams Street. Ilulnuss property and Karaite property of It, M. Arnold. Residence and Monday, July 19th, 1:30 o'clock, P. M., Second The Dam. He. on Main and County Land, on Sisters. That ood rf 18f acres of HamptonLexington and Danville(larrnnl ...ilea from Danville.Fishers F.ke. 8 Fonl Pike. m.les from Tuesday, July 20th, acre, 10 o'clock, A. M., the splendid farm Wednesday, July 21st, farm of 0 Pike, 5 miles from Stanford. in Lincoln County, on Ottenheim 10 o'clock, a. m. the Will Matheny for Will ho Htihdivided. County, 1! miles from Stanford, on Hustonville Pike. A l pr..Ui.w acre" an, a farm of 240 acres. Hoth farms will he m.bdividcd. ami farm of 300 jiold in tract to suit the purchasers. 1 Thursday, July 22nd, 10 o'clock, A. M., 2 farms full sale Will he sold in three tracts, iml , fjirmH , u can Ket just the number of acres you want. U different farms, homo body will buy a w ill bo a pi" asure to show you over the lvliiK you? It will he a pleasure to sen.l you a catalogue Why not barBnln (loscription of tlio farms and also dosenpt.on of lamia in sovoral counties for .rrm. from UaSS lie 145 s Friday July 23rd, J. M. McGraw andTractor Farm of miles Uiistonville Pike, Danille mile from the 0 nllo.s from Stanfonl. -8 G the prvoent State Highway a State Kneincer, is one of that ho happened the bott thin recently in Kentucky. He wn chos-i-t- i by tho Stote Commioner appointed by Oovcrnor Morrow in spite of the fact thnt Mr. Hopes U a DemoI'ommiMion crat. The ery wicoly dwided that politics hould not enter into road buiMlnj; in Kentucky nnd that only ability and fttncoa ihould have any weight in the selection of the Stole Kninneer Mr. Hoi5K Iota proven hi thorough Any other man would I'umpotetiey. been nn experiment. Mr. have Howa i in touch, not only with the entire road situation in Kentucky, but alo with the people. Any new man selected would have taken a year to got where Mr. Hogg ia now, even if he had the wiroe degree of competency. If Mr. Hogg hnd been h Itopubllcmi we would have favored hi election became he haa proven liimoelf ii thoroughly competent engineer. arc the 'two ItoiuU nnd chooU thing which mutt mark the progron and advancement of Kentucky, and thu injection of politic into either of them would be a baleful nnd incon- jurious influence. The New Igrutulnte the State Commiulon up- nn the selection of Mr. Hogg, o Ut they have by tin net started with the confidence nnd the respect of the people. Kluuihethtown New. I'ommU-Hone- Ct. B. S C. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Tosey, J. E. Storme. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Make Your Home Cheerful Home You can't expect folks to be happy nnd contented where the c nnd pretneated by the smell of smoky home is in Every member of your family is entitled to all the lamp bright electric light which city folk have. If somebody asked you to buy nn expensive plant that simply furnished light nnd no more, you might have some good urgumcnte against such a purchase, but when you think of a lighting plant that is also a plant capable of operating nny nnd every small machine on your place, that is (mother matter. hnlf-darkn- , ijfenecJL In ndd t.cn to being a erfect electric lightIs such a plant. ing plant, it ha a pulley Iv wh.ch machine can be run while When tins is done, your light coat charging your batteries practically nothing. (Jenco Light is such n poitive labor saver that owners figure that th power practically takes the place of farm help. It certainly does enable the help to do more; or less help to do the same work, (ierico I.iifht is not a luxury it is a servant that will increase production and pay for itou really owe it to yourself in actual dollars and cent. self to call here with your wife and see this wonderful plant at work. May we ivxpect youT ni.,n He sure a)((o havo HaioH 0, otur ,Ht0s not set out abovo. to j,'ft in touch with real estate hcndciuarters, wo will WATCH THE BIG 4 Stor .ach'Kidnrya'Heart'Livrc ' I make you nK"u furti,er particulars send for catalogue, see the owners of the farms, or Swinebroad, at r W. E. .Moss or It, U, Dever at my Danville ollices, Geore office, my Lancaster urd reimJy fot kidney, liver, bladder tnd uric ucid troublea- - Keep th vital organs healthy by regularly t.Laic tho world's stand 1 CONN BROS., Dealers LANCASTER, KY. SWINEBROAD, THE REAL GOLD MEDAL An P3 9H Gsautl m LkcttK ILuwvtrifs. SUnulwtured by Co. ESTATE MAN" TUUKY. luvmnirra Lm-- 'L LANCASTEK,-Kli- N Th Nitionfcl lt.nw.lr f Itdiand for (nturitttiiMlvHjofsirU by Qun Wllbl miaiu At Ui druKciu, thin Uir. tur it nm M.J.I mn ,vvf f mn 9-The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.f Thursday July 8, 1920 PALATABLE STANDBY AND WHOLESOME POTATO REAL OF HOUSEWIFE WHO ECONOMIZES Lookee Here" fr JACK LAWTOM. 186 ACRES Garrard County Land. A T Irish Potatoes Are Easy to Prepare and In Season All the Year. I desired, ntid chopped psrsley. Heat tr tbs Unllol Htste msnl of Agriculture 'the whites until stiff and fold Into the The eiploror, whoever he was, who potato mixture. Tut Into n well Introduced thn potato lo the civilised frylnif pan and bake In oven world, deserves even lit thin late Iiit sreafi until brown. Then turn ntid fold mi a rising vote of Ihnnks from all tlnm hot platter. Serve nt once. rwho are trying to serve three square Potato and Cheese Molds. aaeais a dsy to their families and not I cupe msatird J tablespoons go hsnkrnpt. I'ntatocs are high. In cup milk tstos 1 teaspoon comparison with other days, but not I tablespoons crated nit (bMM a high as moat. The potato li not Melt fnt In saucepan, add potatoes, substitute for raest because starch od not protein la It main substance, and mix welt; then add the milk and I'ut yet It la n food which possesses much half the cheese, and seasoning. Into a creased baking dlsb. smnll eourlshroent ami la palatable, wholeramekins, or baking cups, Hprlnkle the some, and "filling." Whero economy or health make It necessary to nv nut of the cheese on top and bake In stueo the h mount of meat oaten, pota n fairly quirk oven about ten minutes. Potato and Egg Mold. toes can well bo used to form the fcaae of the main dish served at n I tslos at rat. Mix the potatoes) with the egg sauce In the following recipe, which hare and weuson. I'ut In baking dish orj been tried out In the linking nips and bnke until llxhtly kitchen of the United State depart- browned. The ess Miioe Is maile ns ment of agriculture. totntoes either follow H' aelp to make a little meat go a lone Make n cream wtuce by mtilng the war or else form the bne of a palat potnto starch with the melted fat. able dUh which contains no meat. combining with the milk, and cookliikl Potatoes With Cheete and Qreen Pep until thickened. Add the finely' per. chopped . If (Mttnto starch Is not 1 cupa diced rooked i; pppr may be used lt' poiaioea rrrn p p p r nvallnhle cornstarch I tablespoon flour cooked and chopped atead. I UDiMpooo fat Potato Thistle. H rup crated Amorl cap milk flslt I cup milk rsn chness 1 tupoon utt i H cup bread crumb S UtUpoon pots- - I'epper to aurch t etc Make the aauce. using the fat. flour, , t tablespoon fat Ilk, and seasoning. Mix the wrth I.I tie a dish around the aide and the icreen pepper with the tatoes. prrpnrcd as for the while Hauce and cheeso. Int In a bale mashed All with minced lamb orj acHah and rarer with the bread table, then r meat, wellj veal or other crumb and brown In a hot oven. Canned red pepper or plmlento can seasoned; cover over top with mashed M)tatos, nnd crtss cross with a knife. we used In place of the icreen pepper. I'ut In oven nnd brown. I.eft-ove- t Potato Souffle, meat and potutoes, can be used. UUsapoooa fat 1 tasspoon salt Potato and Nut Sausage. il tJ)lnoorui pota- - H teaspoon pepper to starch or flour H teaspooa celery S cups masbed po- - S tetaspoon pppr cup ouuc or poFew (rains cayenne tatooe aait Pinch celery H teaspooa onion H pound nuts of lata water H'cup milk (spproi- any kind t oup rloed pota- - Julos Imately) toea well t ' whites, beaten 1 teupoonabeaten H pound salt pork salt I cr yolks, wall aUft m bealen To the mashed potatoes add enough Mix Ingredient In order siren and milk to bind them. I'ut nuts In boil'bake until firm la greased, corered ing water to loosen skins, remove 'staking dish In alow oven. Tut quanskins, and put nuts through meat tity serrea Are persona. grinder. Mix nuts and potatoes thor Potato Omelet. oughly and season well. Add well- II cup maahed pot- - I lableepoooa cream beaten eggs to potato mixture. Form or milk toss Into sausages, flour them well, put Inteaepoen pepper 1 teaspoon salt to greased pan, and put a small piece t ecaa Wash eggs, and separate; the white of salt pork on top of each sausage. Iiake In a fairly hot oven until brown and rolka. Add the yolks to the tatoea and beat until there are no (about 43 minutes). Serve with to lump. Heeuion with onion Juice, If mato sauce. IPrepsreJ IpM 1 ' i. ft Tuesday, July 20, 10 O'CLOCK. home-economi- THE FARM OF HAMPTON LOCATION -- SISTERS. e, hard-bolle- J left-ove- sl Fishers Ford Pike, G miles from Bryant-villS miles from Danville, 2 miles from Danville and Lexington pike (the new Federal Highway.) This is high class land, gently rolling, very productive, in high state of cultivation, tobacco, corn, wheat and hemp land. Reason for sale they own another farm and must sell one. They are offering the one the buyers want. This farm joins the lands of George Robinson and Frank Folger. In the same neighborhood and on the same pike as the lands of Yates Hudson, Green Bowling, I. M. Dunn, Pence Brothers and others, none of whose land can be purchased at any price. They own good land and wont sell. A Kisihsii UsIis ) Motile sit ImiVInc ruefully over the moonlit rsnleti, a she braided her month bslr for tbe night. Just C alt bad be.it "love; and res.M At least that hid been Motile' nueate vlslmi of life. And tonUhtl .Shadows and darkness seemed everywhere, like the diade.1 curuera of th irarden. of Dotutss. What And stl levsu a vast dlfTVnsir "the man" cau make. In one's life. I Musts and had come, an. I runijuered as far s Mollle was Hhe met him In her home city at a srty Klten by thn mi of his etiinbiyer IMugtiis was a favorite with his em libiyer, Douglas was. It seemed, a faSo It was not vorite w!h everybody strange that even tittle, elusive Mollle should rultul.ve ! his chsnn. Ills wooing was ir'Miit si! successful. Mother admired I'atliT thought well of III in Mollle's Ih- a time f Jubilation. trottut And to ninth then lunulas iiri-- l this er He was ery food or his lender s little mother Mollle knew, sul that she In turn, should txKne foud of the girl h.Mifi of bis hesrt. So llollie went with IkiMiglas, out i an afternoon train to a de.ir old. qiter old house III the country Oorgisius flowers framed the dor ways, and Inside thine wer mysterl- oiu halls, with slejn ilemimdllig unex. "'tedly here and there. Mollle's nwii til from a hrarirblng iitalrs hall; at the oiMte end wn the rthMil Douglas had occupied In his chilli!. and which was ketK unchanged for bis frejuent slsltv Three steps to lh right was room snd I'altbful was the ttrl who had. Inno cently enotik!i, bneiKht this new tiesrt-cto Motile Douglas' mother hsd lntnlii(v.l Kslth lausblngly. that first day of Mollle's srrlrsl, as sn old sweetheart of his, And though Doug las later painstakingly etplalned that -ti a JiWs the swewthnanlng bad of iliiafon days, thf Insinuation Jealousy heretofore an Un known ejerlenre wlUi the csrefrfw Mol le. held her now bifflnl lo Its now er t or while Jlollle In imstwI desi'led hervlf for her foolishness, and made firm riMlve to pay no attention to the comradeship of Faith and IHmjcIm no so.mir dHI she rosnn npi)n the two talking together than Mollle Im mediately beramis frigid In detnnanos-towarher lover, Inflicting upon hlrn (Ceprrlskt. HIS. WeMtie nn, om-rente- lougt. . llt sue-Ion- h ran-klei- erpleitng hours of nnhapplne. tills unfnrtunats) stats of affairs tmd nilmlnatot In the prrsvsnt qusrM. Hotly bad tbs n tempsvtuous Mollis ccu"l her flsnr of unfalthfulnews, while he, surTerlog under this Injustice, hsd taken back silently his ring. Prldf raised between these two an Insurmountable barrier As Mollle turned from ths window, she notlrvd leneth It a man's moving figure and nrugntzd thn shutting outline mott-sr aa a "tramp" whom Douglas' helped oa hi way with a warm bad MANY nPPnRTIINITIFS - ssaww W W Wa infill s PLAN TO SAVE WOMAN'S TIME ProOer Helaht of Kitchen Sink and Work Tables Are Important Factor In Cooking. Thn lieteht of n lft(rhn sink nnd work tables nr Important factors In her nnd well-ding. She enn't do n much or as good work and feel well and strong with tier sink and table so low ibat she has to bend over to work or no high that she has to "reach up," as she would were they the proper height. As a general rule. 32 to 3d Inches from the floor Is the height for general work tables and the bottom of the sink should usually be .'10 to 31 Inches from the floor, tbe boron economic kitchen of the United States depart" ment of agriculture suggests. However, each woman ought to find out for herself the height of the table at which she can work moU easily and efficiently, ami see Hint her work tables and sink are adjusted accordingly. which are too long can be cut off, and those too short can be raited by blocks under them. well-beino w TO EARN MUCH MONEY tHome IMPROVEMENTS 6 room, 2 story dwelling, one hall, one porch and excellent garden spot; new tenant house, 9 acre tobacco barn; 2 stock barns, other out buildings. Watered by never failing springs and ponds. Excellent fish pond. Fencing good. 11 acres in tobacco (new sod), 40 acres in corn, 20 acres in wheat, sown to grass, 35 acres clover meadow, 25 acres clover pasture, 50 acres old blue grass sod. Will be sold for possession January terms. Don't overlook this one. 1, 1921, I'eopla wfrw almost too trusting la tbe country, Mollle thought, as her weary head prets(l the pillow. It was la the daad of night that she sat up suddenly In bed. every nrrva a- tremble at ta strangnms of her waking- Thn stealthy sound which hsd rousted her rsme from tins direction of thn clothes closet, whose smsll win- ilsw OBsmnl oa a slotting roof. Anil as Mollle watched, plainly discernible In the moonlight, the white knob of thn closot iloor iikitisI slowly, then was She bad locked her bedroom still. door before rvtlrtug. utid as Mollle the closet diir nan-distarl i, turne aguln. tills time distinctly. Ith one ttound the girl sprang to thn door anil tumnl thn key Then, with her heart pounding. Mollle sunk lo the floor It was the skulking tramp. sbn whs sure, who bad sought entrance through the roof wlnlow. When she could summon her sluktng voire, Mollle asked weakly, "Who Is Industries, Peculiar to Locality, Are Encouraged. and on easy lYoung Texat Qlrl Engaged by New York Bualnesa Man to Prepare Fig Prcservis for Eastern Market Work In Other Lines. Many opportunities for making i money corns to girls who belong to tb iclubs organized by the United State 'department of agrlrulturo nnd the Home In- iktatc agriculture, colleges. idustrltn. which aru peculiur to their lo cality or particularly adapted to It, In aome (are,, especially encouraged. (sections of the .South wlieru long plae needles nnd grapefruit attouod Uie girls mako attracttra baskets from I ho pi ne needles and All them with grairafrult peel. Jars of grape randU-fruit marmalade, or some other nu- Hire aweet, and sell them In tbe winter to tourists. Harris county, Teia. jroducv figs. A club girl who live there learned, (through her club, how tu make delirious llg B""erves. Ijist Noviujber a New York business man, desiring to Ifecura a saperlor fig preserve to put Ion the market, went to the demonstm- Hon agent of Harris county and asked If she had In her clubs some one com- htetent and willing to do such work. The extrusion worker knew of several. 'but tbe girl who excelled the rest In jtba art was young too young, she feared, to carry on so large an under-takinBbst was rso well qualified, itiovrever, In every other way, that the uan decided to hare an Interview 'with her. The sight and taste of her decided tbe quesdelicious preserve tion a ad the girt was snraxl. A market for tbeae fig preserves I uor belog built up la New York oa (lis trwagta of the samples that could L pat up at m late a date. g, Everybody knows what Garrard County land is and especially in this section. Look it over carefully before the sale. When you look you will be a bidder. For further particulars and to show you the farm see the owners on the premises or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dover at my Danville office, or W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad, at my Lancaster office, or j thnrer Igs fll.Aoimd fie House see the clothesline stretch. see peppers and a macaroni salad. see clean asp or scouring see eat best If used. It wilt uot Or-en Wash the piano keys with a damp rut tier than a wet cloth. Is boiled before olives will lend Swinebroad THE REAL ESTATE MAN Lancaster, Kentucky. Our automobiles are at your service. Look up the duteu of my other July Auction Sales. Write for catalogue, givlntr description of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. Closet" markabln promptness, and In a fnw momenta, still struggling Into bU coat. uougtisH was at her sldo. "Ilurglarsr Mollis gasixsl "In my Tim twice msntnl luestloa was answered merely by a renewed and now aggressive rattling of the door handle. The man would form I ho dour presently In defiant strength, aha fear-nWildly sbn rvached for an en veloping kimono. Mollle's cold lit tle fe-- t fiMind her atlptr, then shn opened thn b.slrooui disir, and tied straight to that other door at tbo opposite end of the halt. "Douglas!" ahi sobbed. "On. Doug las I" "CoraluK." he answerH with n- - color to Never aluminum with atronf, powder. and very Utile to It I slowly when tired or eictted. e e e Wheu waking olive sandwiches pul the olives through the Meat grinds. "flo down to mother.M Douglas commaaded her as be ran. Hut Mollle waited. la the wide, rose kUuooo Just wticro Douglas had laft her. Aud when after what iissl hours to Mollle ha found her there, Douglas gathered tha trembling fonn clons) In hi arms, while Mollis clung to him In a most reassuring manner. "It was," Douglas eaptaXacNL "tha cat. Mollle. 3h htd got abut up la your closet; she slways works a door handle Ibat way with her paws, when aba waata to tat out I am volar to buy that cat a collar." DoaHaa went on Jubilantly, "for sendlag you back ,it d "UlfsMeU f IVil trmvtaulj i nior marmured Uol. t.aailaal uer ralhat