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The one hundredth anniversary of electiin, unnnlmoui ly made by iil near l'rciicherville last Wednes-th- e r store Judge Ralph Gilbert has been in To the Editor of the Courier-Journa- l directors of thl institution last day afternoon, when Mm. Menefee the first ascent of Pike's Peak was Juit movnl Into hta new quarter week. Mr. Elliott succeed Mr. Run-- , Elmore had the misfortune to be celebrated In Coloado Springs today Garrard county far several days conWrite it Cox the Unbeatable t Mli! to be the handsomest In Somerset dolph llnrri who resigned several kicked In the stomach by a horse when special exercises were held at ferring with hi friends and getting He is a Journalist and that means Here what the Somerset Journal ay week ago, mid assumed new which he wa attempting to catch, the summit and along the automobile acquainted with the democrat of thi a deal. 1 ne lawyer is a controverI about It: being so badly injured that her death highway that climb eighteen miles county in the interest of his race for sialist, a logician, a master of docduties this morning i. The A. J. Joseph Co., Indie followed Friday, over a serpentine route to the top, the democratic nomination for He hn been the head trines, theories, equities. The Doctor lm movnl from the Smith This county was claimed by Is healer, and more or less a specialUnfortunately her husband wa in 1 1,10'J feet above sen level. Altho Garage for omei for Haseldrn llros. a building to their new and handsome time and III past work along thl Nebraska seeking health, but upon Lieutenant Z.cbulon M. Pike, the in- the friend of Col. Ripy by a safe ist. The Journalist is an building former-l- y line make him eminently qualified being notified reached home In time trepid quartern In the Walt exployer, firt discovered majority but upon n canvas of the man of alfalrs. - Pike's Peak in 1800, he never seal- - Democratic voters. Judge occupied by the Kentucky Utilltie for his handsome promotion. Gilbert's j for the funeral which took place SunThat is what we require in a Pre spent consider-ablCo. Mr Joseph h nftemoon. It was Indeed a sad ed the mountain branding the tark friends claim that the counting of money In Axing up hi new store noes on August 7th, the day of the sident of the United State. shock to him and the sympathy of ns Impossible for a human being. FAILED It will not be denied that Woodrow and It In one of the prettiest to lie the community goes out to him and Rut l)r Frank James, a member Primary, Judge Gilbert will be far in found In thin section of the state. . hi eight little children, who are sud- - of the expedition of Major Long, the leud here. The strength develop- Wilson Is a highly qualified man. e It i a credit to n town much larger CliarleS (j. btepheilS, OI deprived of n mother's love and in 1M20. made the Journey from ed here by Judge Gilbert will prove u The record of his Administration wilt than Somerset. . . near Colorado great surprise to his opponents in thi read well in history. If I wished to Creek care. Mr. Elmore was an excellent Fountain . -. V. l ..... ln.ai.1. ...... .w (!ninanl ii , Bristol, bntflanCI, woman and u daughter of Mr. and Springs to the summit. Major Long, race and assures him the nomination. be critical I should say that he is era! yenn ago and built up a tile 'Mr. W. II. Cummin. The aged in honor of Jnmes' accomplishments, The wny that democrat who have too much the doctrine, too much the business by honest dealing and Who Tried lo Duplicate Feat of parents are nil but crushed by the named the peak "James Peak," but heretofore been non committal have humanitarian, too much the phrase- He l a real courteous trealtnent tragic Heuth of their daughter. She us early us 1810 trappers and plains- come out strong for Gilbert shows the maker. Notables, by Going o.r Niagara. Itooster for Somerset. nhu ""rvived by u sister and men named it "Pikc' Peak," and the drift In the district nnd discourages Cox is not of this kidney. He is I Drowned. In Barrel. the other candidate so much that hi u man umong men. lie nas snown The new tore room m convenientone brother. The funerul services name remnined ly arranged with dressing rotm. friends chum that long before the himself ever u practical man, a man Two Million Reach Summit. conducted nt the home by Mr. NIAGARA FALI.S. July 12 tewing rom, fitting room and rest ermen putrolled Niagara Gorge below J. C. McClary, where one of the Since then two million people have date of the primary Judge Gilbert's of sense nnd judgmentwho as the Mr Joseph Invite the pub- the KalU toduy In hope of recovering! largest gatherings ever seen at a visited the summit, it is estimated; the election will be conceded. He has saying puts it, "has studied the cue room organ papers" nnd ascertained the differlic to vi.it hi new quarter. the body of Charles U Stephen, Rris-- funeral had congregated to pay their crowds of tourists in the last twenty-liv- e succeeded in perfecting n good year forming the bulk. In 1878 ization here who will carry on a vigor ence betwixt hawk and buzzard. In yester- - hut respect to one who was the idol tl. England, who lost hi life fight in hU interest until the polls a word, he does things. in 5,000 day In on attempt to duplicate feat of the community and beloved by nil a bridle path was built; a wagon ous Edson Taylor and Hob-- who knew her. The burial took road to the summit was built in 18'Jl nre closed on August the 7th. Judge We want, we need, that sort of .f Mn Annie that since man in the White House. in a place in the I'reachersville cemetery the cog wheel railroad, nine miles Gilbert's friends claim by Leach going over cataract Cox has stated his position ' long ,wn huilU Rurros were also Governor barrel Now comes the chance for the on the liquor question ami made it TAHM PURCHASES PROIIED nt that time. Piece of barrel found bekw Mitchell, tof plain that the candidate for presi- Democrats of Kentucky to get In 11HC the present uutomobile but Steiihetm" ImmIv failed to appear. gether, to wipe out the old scores thousand WASHINGTON. Mr. l.ouU Mitchell, oldest son of road was built at a cost of $300.-00- 0 dent doe not consider it an iue in had u wife and rdewn chil- and, with a long pull, a strong pull r have been convicted in dren Mr Charlie Mitchell, formerly of nfter two years of construction the presidential contest hut one to be and pull all together to line up once He wa a barber. the congressional election Federal Court and guen sentence thl tounty, died at the Mayo In- - work and many dilficulties, especi- settled in more on the Resolutions of '06 and of from thirty day to ine year in How Cox Was Hrmary Inst Sunday morning after a ally in securing labor. Thisk road that this district being dry he is the logical man to he nominated und is according to report complied of three years. is eighteen miles long rises tf.OOft feet , protruded Ulnet prison, , Write it Cox the Unbeatable. recently at the Department of Ju MOrninaiCCJ. He lentes a widow who ha the sym- - in distance, has an average grade of the strongest of the three candidates Better get aboard the Band Wag-eThirty thousand case remain mtliy of the community in the sad 7 per cent and a maximum grade of to pit against King Swope, the pres tire. print a disThe Courier-Journa- l boys! to be investigated, but official said loss of a devoted and fond husband, 10V per cent of the line in curves. ent Congressman from thi district. patch from Son Franciico from one Henry Watterson. today that rapid progre wa being Mark Sullivan, under date of July 7. lit remains were brought to the It is twenty feet wide with curves Judge Gilbert was greatly pleased at the nomination of Cox und Roosevelt made In rounding up the delinquent. home of her sister. Mr. N. Grow, as wide as fifty feet. which the following appears at San Francisco nnd thinks the Dem The figures, it ai explained, do in Doubtless lb Republican paper. on the Lexington road and the funer- Aeroplane Flies Over. , , r. ..... ...... ... of person who not Include case In April, l'.MO a government war ocraU liave the strongest ticket ever .:..u 'moon ui .k.nA ' dominated ih. ' will ..y Ih.t h. bo..e. Mr. James K. Buchanan, age 03 were called in the draft and desert-ed- , convention and named the Rev. llohler. pastor of tank attempted to climb the peak nominated by the party nnd taat Co. Co.. and they will win in November and that and one of the best men of the west u luch caies are handled by the i. ..... Tl... JiJ. but .e.eral im- - 1Meant Grove Church, nljicatini;. over the automobile, but could not Kentucky will be sure to be in the end of this county, died at his home military authoritlt. u born nnd reared In thl coun-Int- o get over the deep snow drifts; how implication, that will b. read on the Liberty pike just beyond So far approximately 275.000 port.nl ! year old a mem- - ever a month later u caterpillar, used Democratic column. '. thai ar. not true. at eight o'clock Wednesday h Christian church nnd the for atillery hauling made the summit cae of delinquent men who sucFollowing this there I n good deal " " ceeded in avoiding actual entrance about the support given superintendent of the Sunday School without dltriculity. On August 3. Big Day By morning after yean of illness. Mr. Cox X'Jl'J an aeroplane piloted by Alexan into the lervice have been investiHe was a very industrious farmer bv the dela "t Scott Fork. ,r,ii..h Hi., a gated by the department out of patient and der Lendrom of Colorado Spring He wa ii most as well as a splendid citizen. He u,..i mini.... The re total of 318,314 reported was a christian man. having been a a studied attempt to make It appear cheerful sufferer. Mr Mitchell is made a successful trip over the sunt' ult of the investigation hw about that President Wilson .ought to by hi wife, father ,Mr. mit of the peak. Commerce member of the Baptist Church for 10,000 catea of failure to register Pike' Peak i eight miles in an years. inate the contention in the matter ofU'harhe Mitchell, of Jessamine, five and an equal number of question-aria- . a nomination and failed, nnd a great sisters and three brothers. Hi loy nir line from Colorado Springs and He is survived by a wife and two In oruer to bring about closer nlty and devotion to the cause of the the greater part of the mountain is business relations and get together daughters. Mrs. Thomas Ballard of deal of undeserved and purely About 2ft per cent of the men liltnbute of Mr, McAdoo, ac- Master, was n testimony of hi splen- controlled by the City of Colorado for good roads between the different Lancaster and Mrs. J. K. Helm Jr. ed a delinquent' agent were found companied by sections of Garrard County and the and one son, Edward Buchanan both reference to Mr. Mc- did Christian chnracter. The con- Springs for its watershed. agent to have by the department' Stage Races to Top. County Seats, n big day is planned of Hustonsville. Adoo' "stupidity" during the con- course of friend and relatives and Wnlking rnce. burro races and for August ISth. by the Lancaster enliited in the American or Allied vention. The burial occured in Hustons the beautiful floral tributes showed been made to Chamber of Commerce. On this day ville cemetery, Thursday afternoon Annie without the knowledge of Mr. McAdoo could not have been the appreciation and esteem of which motorcycle races have their local boaryj. by his pasguilty of "stupidity" at the conven- he wa held. The burial took place the top, and many noted race drivers, the principal business firms of Lan- after the funeral sen-iceAbout 40 per cent of the draft tion, for he was not there, and every- in the family lot in the Lancaster including Ralph Mulford, Harney caster to the number of 60 or more tor, Rev, N. F. Jones. Oldfield, Hughie Hughes, took part in intend to make a days tour of the partment on the score of the one know that he refused to semi a cemetery. g nre accounted for by the tho automobile races in 1010. Mul County, stopping at various places singlo communication to u single delWAR population with no permanent egate during the convention. Mr. Mcford best the Church Notes twelve-mil-made thecourse time for the with with Lancaster Hand nnd have e home and some 20 per cent are con- Adoo had earnest support in thnt confrom Crystal talks the country merchants and U. S. AND sidered a nonwillful delinquent who vention from men who declined to go Sunday evening at seven o'clock, Creek to the summit, this being 18 farmer in each locallity visited. failed to perform their duty through Ui any other candidate, but it it not the It. Y. P. Us. will render a playlet, minutes and 20 seconds. There will be a number of good London, Tabulations of changes In September the nuto ignorance. speakers to address the people at in the wealth of nations made for true that the President sought to take entitled "To Die. Or Not To Die?" I made up of cripple n hand. The President was Interest- This is an allegorical play written by contests, which was discontinued dur each stop and plenty of good music. The latter and willful delinquents who inten- ed in the matter of the platform, but Myrtle Robinson Creasman, and in a ing the wnr period, will be resumed Altogether an enjoyable day is anti- tho Bankers Institute here show the United States and Japan to be the tionally avoided service. he wiu "hand olf" In the matter of vivid way contrasts the forces that as well us an aeroplane rnce around cipated by those who will make this only nations of those involved in the i being given Careful attention the peak from Denver. trip us welt us their neighbors and war whose wealth increased jduring nre helpful to Christian service and the nomination. returns, official false queitinnarie friends upon whom the calls are to be that period. those that are harmful. We are very And the assertion In the Courier-Journdeclared, a well a catct where dispatch that Governor Cox anxious that nil II. Y. P. U.. members Smith Residence Sells. made. In union there is strength and An analysis by Edgar Crammond, wealthy men bought farm before the was "named by the bosses" I simply and those who should be, will be presby cooperation of alt interests it is noted British financial authority, call came and obtained deferred Mr. J. W. Smith has sold thi felt that many desirable things will inaccurate. It i true that the Tam ent. Miss Lillian Estes will possibly clarification on the ground of neces- many delegation from New York and be back to give a report on the 11. Y. week hi handsome resiuencc on be accomplished for the good of the says in part: "The war hus produced an extrasary Industry. the Illinois delegation voted for Gov P. V., Assembly, which recently met Maple avenue, where he now reside, county which cannot be secured in ordinary change in the economic reto Misses Helen and Martha Gill. any other way. The slogan will be ernor Cox. It I possible we wish nt Georgetown. This service will be with Union Service. This is one of the prettiest homes "Hoost for our own Home County." lations of the United States to be absolutely frank that Gover too important to miss. Come One! Europe. Whereas in 1014 America in Lancaster, many of which Mr, The union services Sunday night nor Cox would not have been num Come All! Europe $10,000,000,000, at owed loAt the eleven o'clock service the Smith has built, being admirably will be (it the Methodist Church. inated without that support. Hut present Europe owes AWrica New York anil Illinois did not noun-- J pastor will preach on the subject; cated and finished both interior and Sermon by Rev. C K. Strother. It was not suggestnate Governor Cox. The proof of ' 'Gods Aniens." At the Union Ser- exterior, with every modrn conven Service ed before the war that the United will be given int thl is conclusive. New- - York nnd vice, which i to be held at the Metho ivnee Possession bankrupt country, and, Ky.. Renewed efforts States was a Cox on the third bal- dist Church, Sunday evening, the pas inedintely upon the completion of the Europe found it a committee of the Freedom Illinois went to A new home which Mr. Smith is erect to get better train service between as a matter of fact, will speak on the question; "Can to her advantage to continue to lend Church, will sell at auction at the lot; ho was not nominated until the tor ing on the lot purchased of Mr. W, O Lexington and Lancaster, Stanford, bal- we now see Jesus?" this large sum to America until the church, one mile outh of Nina, Sa; forty fourth. Iletween the third Sunday is flower day in the Sun Riguvy mid adjoining that property. Crab Orchard und other points in the war compelled her to call it In. lot nnd the last Cox secured .100 and tunlay July 24th., ut two o'clock, territory South of Lexington, will more votes from delegates who de- day School. It is hoped that every Advantage In Landing Europe. about .10 church benches In good be mude shortly by the Lexington clined to follow New York into the pupil will wear n flower, and that "American Investors show an excondition. uccording to Hoard of Commerce every class will have n bouquet. At band wagon early In the fight. traordinary incapacity to realize the (7l5-2tpdGovernor Cox was not nominated the clow of the hour it will be deterCox's Election. action taken ofrecently by the board great advantages which would accrue it. T. I.unsford. the commercial body of director by the bosses ; he was nominated by mined which class has the must beau country thru the Intelligent Opio Read, of Chic LEXINGTON The matter has already been pre to their the delegates. The battle was fought tiful bouquet, and shall be paid n trib ago, famous novelist und lecturer, in sented to railroad otficiaU, who have Investment of capital abroad. In out on the lloor of the convention. ute of praise. the Unitan interview predict the election of had the matter under consideration 1914 the national wealth of$210,000,-000,00If anyone nks, wa Cox the choice ed States was computed at Governor Cox, becuuse "Governor und prepared to meet with olficlals of the delegate from the beginning, Today It is in the neighMcMakin-Tribbl- e. Cox has n strong party organization of the Hoard of Commece to go In We are prepared now to take care the answer must, of course, be in the to borhood of S3&0,000,000.000 behind hi in and the Democrats have a to the matter in detail. of your automobile repair work on all negative. In the beginning the deleYesterday afternoon at four o'clock $400,000,000,000. A meeting will be arranged short platform this yeur which approaches car. gates were divided in opinion and the marriage of Mrs. Katherine Mc pur"Asuming that the post-wa- r If you want service and uuaran-tee- d could nut agree; ut thu end of u hard Makiu to Mr. John Tribblu wus sol the issues of the campaign fearlessly" ly, propably in Lexington, where pro chasing power of the dollar for inMr. Read is u Republican and posed schedules will be submitted and latiifaction this it the place to light more than of the del- emnlxed ut the home of the brides ternal purposes is 70per cent of its come. egates decided that Cox wus the prop- parents, Mr and Mrs. Jim Allen Ar knows both Presidential candidates a full hearing of the matter held. pre-wvalue. It may be said that We are willing to stand behind any er man to unite upon, and his nomi- nold, Rev. Frank Tinder, of the Hub- personally. during the last five year there has work turned out by u. If you nation followed, and all Louisville Post. ble Christian church performing the been an actual increase in the naare not satisfied w will refund your ceremony. Mr, Walter F, Hupp, representing tional wealth of the United States of money or make the Job riht either Speaks Lick. and the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., approximately 30 per cent. Mrs. McMakln lias a host of friends friend To the relatives, you prefer. "The nominal war debt of a belIn Garrard county where she was neighbors, we wish to express our wus In our city again last week in Hod. Gsorge T. Davis, candidate Let ua have a trial at something ligerent does not necessarily fomt Is one of the sincere gratitude, for their kindness the interest of his company. and reared and that some one else has failed to do to for Congress at the August primary born popular ladies In the county. He is chucked full of "ship by tho main part of the real cost of the shown during the Illness and death of will address the cltixens of Paint most your satisfaction. and husband. truck" an original Firestone idea, war, because, in so far as the debt Mr. Tribble Is one of Garrard's our beloved brother We are here to do as we say, and Lick Saturday afternoon, July 17th., an internal one, it only represent beginning to appro In the interest of his candidacy. Mr. most successful farmers aud a splen Such kindness will always be remem and the public is only ask a trial of you, date hit activities along this line and a transfer of wealth from one group gratefully. Davis has Invited lit opponents and did gentleman. The good wishes of bered most CENTRAL GARAGE, along this prog-reof the inhabitants of a country to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grow his will give them an equal division of the community go out to them for a William Marne, Proprietor, . another Mrs. L. D. Mitchell she movement. long and congenial life of happiness. time. C. B. Turner, Mechanic. one tin- e ready-to-wea' ready-to-wear, book-keepCon-grcs, e CELEBRATE JUDGE GILBERT "COX THE UN- KICKED BY HORSE PAUL ELLIOTT ARTHUR JOSEPH BEATABLE" Changes Quarters In Accepts Position In The: Mrs. Menefee Elmore Ascent Of Pike's Peak. Looking After H i s ' National Bank. Fences In Tin's Coun- Says "Marse" Henry In Dies As Result Of Somerset Centennial of Long Cipedltlon Feat ty. Having' Great Wounds. Marked With Ceremony. The Following to the You can't keep n good man down. The appointment of Paul Elliott Arthur Joseph who moved to Somer- to the position at at the 7 Success. Courier Journal set n few year ago anil established National Hank was a wise and sad and pathetic tragedy Colorado Spring. Colo., July tlh. r of moot ladle in that city has popu-- ! A occur-la- r I ,y ,.-nl- .- Riv-lwc- Jailed Slacker Hunt fl, he St.-nl.e,-,, draft-evade- n, 1 'bk. "" -- . Buchanan. e, ! ....i. v.i Planned Lancaster Chamber Of mis-chev- s Moat-dodg- er de-in- Baptist ENRICHES JAPAN hill-clim- b Better Train Public Sale. Wanted Read Predicts .) Automobile Owners Attention. 0, two-thir- d At Paint Card Of Thanks. Firestone Man Here. 1 s t The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 15, 1920. WHY FARMERS' WIVES GROW OLD EARLY V 1 Al ft 1 an Monday, July and will Continue for isfDays A 12th Faim Kitchen With Convenience Many - Farm. Like This Investigation li One of the Urgent Need on walks Kl miles Shew. n year to get wa Wnlklnc 4T! milfor her fnmll)' ne l the rr n' of one New .tclco woman n retui s. ly a survey of farm homo coniht n by tin I't.iti-not long nc Static department of agriculture und state eslenlon MMlee. In nddi- t!n ti carrying XI ton of water, which I mlnliniitii for n fninlly of si to use In a jcur. she dlil nil the housework nml heln-- with tin- - field work anil enre of tin live stock. Here I the story ho telM: "We Ihe on n fnnn of Jul ncn- - lo cated one and n quarter miles from n mall town. We hnvo no automobile. Imt ue horses nml wagon n a of t rnns jh irtu t tori to town or elsewhere Ve Ilv In n houe which l lighted hy lumps hiiJ hented )y stove. 1 hnvo no lnhor-itindevices, except n built-ikitchen rnblnet or cupboard, n sewing machine nml n washing Hindi I tn- - nin hy liiitul wiwer. . There nro six member In the Including two ihililrt'ti between ten nml sixteen and two under ten year of nge. During linn est, silo fllllntr er thrashing we have eight extra lnipr. I hnvo no help In tlx' house except Hint of three children In carrying wihnI nml con I nml running errands. During the fltvt lx month of l'.illi five member of the fnmlly were 111 In bed a totnl of trr 'doing her housework, itnil carries lit ton of wnirr during the ytiir, l not getting n fnlr show, the t'nlted State lciirlitiitt of rulttiri believe. StnHll uondor It K under these con-th- e dltlons, flint ns soon n possible the fnnn woman want to inovo Into town, where she enn hnv more eonefilenc nml wherv Mie thinks life U moif ugrl-mad- e i i 20 J. PER CENT Discount OF GOODS WE WILL PUT ON SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE AT A 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT. THIS MEANS THAT FOR EVERY DOLLARS WORTH I ; n fnm-fly- pliiinant n nil lex trtiiiiini. Tlie home demonstration ncent nre tonchlne fnnn women the nlue of wpilpinent simple and InexjH-iuhwhich eliminate Iticomenletiiv aiul ilrudcery. In mnny InMnncex It Is Inck of thought on the mbjeot mther than the farm Inck of money llmt to do work under ucli If the exodu from the farm to the city Ik to he Mopped, the fnnn-ewife mut he given n chnnce nt on the fnnn; health and happlhithcrwte he will um her Influence towanl moving to town. YOU BUY YOU ONLY HAVE TO PAY 80 CENTS FOR SAME. As this sale is given on everything in the house it means a great saving for you. WE WILL ALSO ON THURSDAY, JULY 15th GIVE TO THE FIRST FIVE PEOPLE WHO BUY AS MUCH AS $15.00 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE A CREDIT BILL FOR $1.00 BESIDES THE REGULAR DISCOUNT. We will sell goods during this sale CHEAPER than we ever have at any other sale. hewlfc hnn-dlcap- r MUCH WASTEFULNESS IN AWKWARD HABIT Considerable Energy Saved in Doing Things Right Way. Everything sold for CASH and nothing sent out on APPROVAL during sale. twenty-thre- e day. I Why Farmers' Wive Crow Old Early. "I Io I ho wnhlng ami Ironing fnr One of Several Fact DIclod by Experiment Made by Office of Home the entire fnmlly, mnko my own outer garments nml part of tin- - chlldrer.'s Economics Low Kitchen clothing, nnil bake nil my n bread, i' Table la Wearing. The water for household imrf" Natural Supposition. must be carried n distance of ! Krom buttoning Mioet to wnMiInc Ttie rlrls emploi- - uch a rtilundnney Jind tills I one of my dally tnk n OIMiom, there li an eny nml awkward i well nH the care of ,V chicken. The way of doing nil work, as everyone of nomenclature In describing their rem from thl tlock are Marketed Ht well knows. .Vow, along comes the gnnnents, such ns slliwiver for Instance, that If they ever the nenret More and the money l who Miy hit exiNTlmeuti hotiekfplne pur-'ro- ktiow Hint, nxide from feellnR and renlly should come to our style of nytl for they'd call "em step-i- n looking more comfortable when joii dress we suppose pnnts. Ohio State Journal. help with the mllklne of 32 cow "I do your work In the right wny, you and wafh the milk nli and jejarntofc nl"j Mive cotiMdernhUf energy. The cream Is Mild nhd ned for cenernl YhlT fncfT? one' oT several which I Wllllna to Take a Chance. t expene. Dnrlnc elcht recent experiments mnde by the olllce J Mother was trying to give her tmall month ii the year I help with the of home economics of the I'nlted son n dose of castor oil, and after fnnn work, care for the vegetable car-dt- n States department of ngrlculttire have much coaxing and pleading he would and help care for the live Mock. have not swallow It. She nld to her husThese experiment disclosed. "In the Mimmer I rhe at flte o'clock teen made for the puriKHK of deter band: "llllly will not take the oil; ami tny working day ends nt 1:!W p. tn.. mining the energy requirements of nn wo will Just have to use main force." with no time free. In winter the day Individual clrcuus-stance- s In the vurlous Illlly'a face brightened and he said: l eglus nt 0 n. m. and Inst until S p. in.. "Daddy, bring the mnln force and I of his dully life and for with no time off. I work on an av In estimating the utnounts md kinds will try to wnlIov thnl." half hours n day. of food required by Mm to meet the ce of fifteen and day In three hundred and rtxty-Ilvneed of hU lody for energy. Youth' Irreverence. the year, with not even my neon hour It was found In the homely every- One cvj;nlng mother wanted us chiltlmt. when dren to go to lenten services with her. ..t ,11. li .!.. w, One of our fnvorito niovlo nctrco Suryey.blnnkH were filled out by 2 dh(is (mlan ft New Mexico fnnn women, and about low that she was obliged to bend oer, was on the screen that night and of them reported water was 30 cnlnrles kt brother wanted to eu her. Mother energy brought by hand from n dlttance of her hour. When she wahed them on it wouldn't let him and mndc him go 3(0 to 100 feet. The nvernge was 47 was a little too high for to church Ipttend. lie lost Ills paIn over HI mt cent of the cast's ' table that required 23 calories er tience and suld, "Gosh. I with they comfort, It the housewives did the carrying. only 21 calorics were used would stick the sign out. 'No chilgallon of water with a bucket hour, while One Hxchunge. working surface was of the dren allowed.' weighs at least S',4 linds. One, worn-t- n when the right height. who lltcd on n farm and carried ItfiHirt of the Condition It doesn't take long to snw off thu water for ft family of five, which staa table or to put blocks under -- or Tin- tistics show to be the size of the aver- lege of will make It the right height. age Amerlcnn family, reports that It It viilch takes six palls of water for the ordinary day, and Mie has counted mnny times the Id palls required for the fnmlly washing. Six palls of water SUfl (. .lliljrof urtsid iilsl' tit Kruiurkj days In tho year make 2.110 pads; 11 ON THC AT TheCUui or llllH lnlN for the washing, f.2 weeks In the 19th. day of June 1U20. year, make fvTJ lls, or a total of 3.t22 palls of water for n fmnlly of five in u ItKSODKCKxi Itccfstcuk and o)sten muke u good yrnr. Taking this as the uunl amount I ait O,.!,. .r1 IiiMOUBII used, and the 47 feet ns the shepherd's pie. M of wnter tvcuinl ilHt n.iircl 1XM w average dlttance can-led- . HtMki. HoimI sbd wl.tr the distance ." IUbVs ltatlin makes n good coming for the linrliwt. LtHil A3 miles. 71 traveled In one year Is II. Cs.h uu , rusty clothe hunger. U.uklu lltdj.a. Sisllur still Woman Carrie Water 457 Mile. a.nw iIiwih OllifisltutlHlHtvliliidri UesldfH traveling this distance she "I) W Itlch Niuces, spices and pastry rflsUnskMt must bear the weight of the water. should all be nvolthil. TSUI Ordinary palls contain from 2"4 to X I.IAIItl.lTIK.HI gallon: 3,022 pnIN of 24 gallon will Klg makes mi excellent Oite ixiunibt ling Kjual 7.5T.5 gallons. Using u Ml In. IB for layer cake or for pie. lft,Ofl KIMk l which Is a low estlmnte, a thu weight :&im eo iurila rtH4 Oudlrlilrd l.ludU, ! of one gallon of water and th conHe sure not to get too much butter B4 ; tainer, Mrs. Average Farmer In New In a pound cuku or tho. cuku will bo twut in one year 01.217 heavy, U.m.u.l r.itllWlfi l Mexico curries " jitjis vt pounds or 32.1 tons, This Is not all, .!! 01 it4TfMil Ci.ni iilt for the water she curries Into the should guv Ua Bsutt Weight rather than sire U.CUIUI Bflli Isjsblf house mutt all b curried out ugulu. the selection of cabbage. A smsll, li)Ml Is Tutsi So Uie lifts another 32.1 tons In car- firm head Is the best. rying It out, which make 04 tons car-lie- d Counly ol lUfiild .ft HUU nt l In a year. V, K If Weod. tn.l K. O, Woods, lUuk. Glycerin smeurt-- around the k'l slid Cssbitr ul ibr iUjii usiurd But That' Only On Item. bu I bat lh keep thein for do sotriauly stopper of bottle will Tho woman who beors children and to lbs Ustolour knowlrdu sod from sticking. WOOHM.I'rtildcbl. rare for them, their father and tho a loot; time Ulltl. K.U. WO0DM. C.hlr. hired man, cook for them, does tho An apron of white oilcloth wore washing, Ironing and family sewing, ui Ibis tod rtut.crLd sod washing clothe or dishes sines day ol Jul lw. swolb tulxtui doe tho housecleanlnr, caret for tho while w. ll. Hour Nnlsiy futile chickens, weed the garden, travels tho wear of dresse and thu laundry i E. DI6K&RS0N LANCASTER, & SON KENTUCKY. (t. night-gown- s, e. mi hoUM-keei'ln- n RHIHG! r-- ii ue e .ir one-ha- lf , wlw, oput , ,,,, . Notice is hereby given that all LIVE STOCK ' PEOPLES BANK found running at large on the public highway in Buckeye-Walke- HouseioM Quesfionf Lancaster, Bryantsville, and r , 0nltll. sfiiiK ' magisterial districts of Garrard county, will be taken up, and the owners of same will be fined . f4 Csi-Jls- l'tl as provided by law. H-- 4 KMI. rr 1'issi-dru- t Forest Stapp JUDGE. A. K. Walker, ICJJV BUUVI U lUlvll T VlUVttl SJUUVH MU. Mjr Ciiinialtilou Eiplits Jtu. WH. SHERIFF. 4 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 15. 1920 CUNN'S CHAPEL. Mim Aline Hurt has been ill Mis Thclmii Simpson Is teaching tfif school nt this place. Miss I vu Hollon opened the Teat erstille school lost week. Mm Arthur Dalley and chil Iren visited Mr. I. tire Hurt Sunday Mm MikcKuy and M(m Ituth liny been with Mm. Cordelia Davis AUCTION R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. iac Mr. Sale Hurt Mr Kuests of IHgllt. nnd children were Lige Hurt Thursday 1 McRoberts Drug Store t! I 8 THE JUDGE VVm. E. ill! WALKER PLACE ON RICHAt 10:30 A. M., Rain or Shine. One Residence, 20 Choice Lots and Several Small Tracts MOND STREET, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21st The owner, Mr. Jas Clark having decided to move to North Carolina, has placed in our hands for sale at PUBLIC AUCTION, his beautiful place of 24 ACRES. This property is being- subdivided so that you can buy a lot or tract any size you want and REMEMBER, AT YOUR OWN PRICE. - entertained, MiCult a party of young friemi on eve. n.ng recently. .Mr ami Mr. Hlnim Land and chil dren were guests of Mr anil Mm. j for a refreshing drink and the best in the Item Kay Sunday. Miss Lucy How who has been vi. drug line. Iting her sister, Mr. Hiram Land has returned home. Misses Inez Land and Ileulah May art with Mrs. Charles Grew at Buckeye fur tb' sihool year. Mr and Mr. John Ijinn and little soi. wire recent guesu of Mr. and Mrs Dock Simeon in Hkhmond. Mr and Mrs. H. M. Kurtz, and Mr and Mr. J. M. Amon and Mrs. Dyctiouie of L.bert; bef.re rcturr Appearances Are Deceptive. H II Itay were in Lexington. Saturwho have been able to catch Tho ing home. day slu-llpassing through tba Mr and Mm Moat l'oilar; enter sight of Mis-- e Aline McCulley. Thelma Uined in honor of her sister. Miss air have described them as appejrtng Simpson and Jessie II. Hay spent a Aline Sutton, at a lawn fete last "like long lead pencils with Indistinct blurred edges." delightful week end with Mrs. Clar- Tuesday evening. About ence McCulley. partook of the delightful re Infancy of Rice Cultivation. Mr and Mrs. Allen Teater. Mr. and freshmenta served by Miss Sutton Illco was cultivated centuries ago In Mrs Lucas Poster and children spent In Kgypt. About tho and Mr. Chad Cotton arid family of India 1 ICS later year Its cultivation spread to Saturday ami Sunday with Mr. and Boyd Isom of Ployd County. Mr. southern Europe. In HUT Sir William Mrs Harmon Tenter of Jessamine. Letcher C. Mr. Kelley Hogg and Berkeley planted a bushel of Misses Ilernice and Bessie Tenter daughter of (leorgetown and Misses seed In Virginia. were guests of Misses Myrtle and Maggie Hogg and Laura Honaker. of (iracie Penn Tenter of Jeumine Dayton Ohio have Iwen visiting Mr. Enlarged Picture Best. from Thursday until Sunday. A de- and Mrs. Kyle Isoir If you want to get a largo photo- lightful lawn fete was given in their Mrs. Skngs was made heart sick n,l,h of nn 0,,Jof t.aku u anM honor Priday evening. Sunday mrniBg when she and found twenty-1- , her chicken UrK0 pIcturi) s takw dlrecUj. by MARKSBUKY five of her chickeiw lying with their vaciDe the camera clo-- to the object. Almost her whole throats cut. Itev Sknggs will organize a II. Y. flock has disappeared in like manner; uk, to Reld the Adt V V just before the regular hour snying nothing of the expense of chic ' American advertisements In maga for worship, next Sunday. fend unci etc. zlnes nnd newspapers am the favoritu ' Miss Mattie Iloume, who has just reading tho residents After the business meeting of the Hod sea matter ofThe people And of tha region. tnetu returned from Ilerea Normal it teachLadies Working Society which met;far mon. Intere,tne tj,an tne gtorlM ing school at Orchanl drove. Mrs. Chns Dunn two weeks ago, amj nrtlcleM. and all tho magazines with Mr Porest Curtis, who has been a very delightful social time was timt reach the American consulate nt at Cincinnati for special eye treat- spent. Mrs. Dunn served refresh-- j Aden aru eagerly bornweL ment returned Saturday feeling; tine. ments and in every way proved an. Removing Great Spots. After music, laughter Miss Allice Sutton a recent gradu- ideal hostes. To remove grease spots from carate of Lancaster High School began nnd song the society adjourned to pets mix fuller's earth and magnesia meet with Mrs. Carrie Turner. Mrs. together In equal proportions by teaching at Academy, Monday scrap-la- g Skaggs who is making the society a and pounding. Form this Into a good president offered her regisnation paato with hot water and spread on K. Sutton Misses Susan and Kugencia Pollard were guests of Mrs. at this meeting but was not accepted. the spots. The next day brush It off and. If necessary, repeat U process. J. I. Hamilton during Chautauqua Mim Aline i i i McRoberts Drug Store s eigr.'-guest- s -- one-ha- lf ffrffif week. Mr. and Mrs. Khumlien and little son, Robert of Kansas City are to spend the summer with Mrs. K. S. Clark, the aunt of Mn. Khulien. Mrs. Anna Swope, who has been visiting relatives, left Priday to make an extended visit to Mrs. Wilford Cables on the Ocean Bed. The ocean cable between New Vork. the Azores and the Irish coast rests on the bed of the ocean. Ileforo 1S3I engineers of the United States nary discovered that the ocean bed between Newfoundland and the Irish coait was nearly level and composed of soft mud, apparently an Ideal place for an ocean cable. have enough closets. Then she spends tho rest of her life looking la them for burglars. Life. Houtt Plan. really remarkable how few women architects there are. Every woman has a sneaking desire to build a houso from her own plans. Occa sionally ono does Just so that she may A Woman's It Is This property is bound to enhance in value. In the past you have bought, the owner's price. At this sale you make the price. Let the owner win or lose. TERMS VERY EASY. MUSIC BY EXCELLENT BAND. or j i s fi rnrr I 11 souaenirs and presents given I LL THOSE ATTETDING THE SALE III IX I J III Meet us at the big Auction Lot Sale, Wednesday, July 21 at 10:30 A. M.'and hear W. H. Matthews of Greensboro, N. C, the South's greatest Auctioneer. Ladies always welcome, at this sale especially invited. For Right Now Its &avln on Tires, Oit and Upkeep Add to the Riling Advantages of Triplex Springs .lf I 0. T. WALLACE & CO LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. O. T. Wallace and W. ML Nicholls, Mgrs. G. C. Walker, Local Mgr. THE OVERLAND SEDAN is an exceptionally good car for all year use. Its ventilator in the cowl, and adjustable windows, with its thick heat resistance top, with the great riding comfort of Triplex Springs, make it fine for touring. Its great economy, which begins with the low price, is cxampled in many recent extraordinary gasoline records. The most notable was the c Los Angelcs-YosemiEconomy Run in which the. Overland Sedan won in its class with an average of 27.6 miles per gallon. 355-milte ,kTourlnf.93j Mom Roadtft-;HU- s t Coupe. JUM; Sedan, $1571 m U Talala, Mb tW vtUw aotfe. ALDRIDGE & MARSEE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 15 1920. F1G 3L3G F1E CUSHING Says Plenty Of Coal PAINT LICK Here's Where We Shine. London nnd Company, Saturday, Your Wheat is Insured With Us. domestic requirements during the .Mr Leslie Sloan was a visitor in coming months was given recently by George II. Cushing, mannging di- Paint Lick the past week. rector of the American Wholesale Mis lleulah Ledford spent the OBELISK Coal Association, who declared in a week-enwith the home folks. statement that reports of an ImpendThe Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. Try a Sack Today. .Messrs R. G. Wood and W. II. ing shortage was unfounded. The Roop were in Stanford, Monday I public, he said, panic stricken withWe Deliver In Town. Miss Ruth Ross spent the week-enout reason or excuse, "There is no shortage of coal," with her cousin, Mr. Stanley Ross, Is no Mr. Cushing stated. "There COW PEAS, CANE SEED, MILLET, Mis Katherine Hcasley of l.exing danger of any such shortage. There ton Is visiting Mis Elizabeth lleazley Feed of All Kinds. fore there is a reason, but no excuse, Mis Corn Hurt left Sundny, to be for the current high prices in the open Genuine Kanawha Salt. market. The reason is thai we have gin tenching school at ilnghts Hrnd. had .oo much governmental agitation Mr. nnd Mr. R. II. Ledford enter Lime, Sand, Cement, Hock. OUR PRICES are RIGHT on THFSE GOODS of the danger of a famine." tained quite a few at dinner, Sunday. Prices, Mr. Cushing said have Mrs. D. A. Hcrvey has as her vis RED PRESSED BRICK, COMMON BRICK. level reached the highest peace-tim- e itor. Miss Mary Drown of Lanrastrr. in history becnuse those who need Mis Kie Roone was the week-encoal are "frantically bidding against guest of her brother. Mr. and Mrs each other in every market." Declaring that he had investigated Orville Roone. nearly every alarmist report, Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Long are re AND Cushing asserted that "not one of ceiving congratulations over the ar them will stand scrutiny or analysis." rival of a son. 26. He predicted that the consumption ni .Mrs. .Marcus Highland and sons, of bituminous coal during the "coal with Mr. G. W year" beginning last April 1, would spent the week-enConn claim tha not exceed 535,000,000 the Republicans have tons Record the Democratic State toof Kentucky tons u week. Mimes Ruth and Clam Highland of Good FrldJy. MICKIE SAYS $1.50 Y.tr. will vote for Harding'. Issued Weakly. "The present assumption," Mr. Covington, urr visiting their grand Good rrl!aj hks l.ren observed including Kentucky in the forego Cushing continued, "is that unless mother, Mrs. Ely. Payable in Advance. since the mrlirt days of Ciirlstfanlty ing list Cox will have to pick up we reach thi. week consumption in In memory of the crucifixion of Jesus E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. Miss Anna Mae Pigg of George eighty-fiv- e additional vote here and the early weeks of coal year we are fetfVftM OVJtfs WT.O.C OlLUIlft. Christ, winch rtrnt I said to have R. L .ELKIK, Local Editor and Mgr. there to win. Omitting Kentucky running headlong into a shortage of town i the charming visitor of Missl occurred Friday, April 15. 20. A. I or April . 3.1, A. I). The expression he must find ninety-eigh- t tisaGs; fcosvi. vft more vote, coal. That has not been true in Sallie Ralston. Entered at the Post Office in Lan There are those who say he cannot twenty-fiv- e "Good (pntal 'y Cod's) Friday" Is said Misses Ruth Ros, Elizabeth Conn Bl VSOSUMM IM OCM Sv years. It is not true this Mall to be caster, Ky., as Second-Clato the Church of Ene-lantotvjKR vop tvut re's look to the West for these vote be year. and Edna Underwood were in Lancas (IihhI Friday is observed the FriMatter. SUAE VASXSkD Or-- TUG. VtOOfS, cause he is "wet." It is doubtful The statement also declared un ter, shopping, Thursday. day before lUttrr, to what extent prohibition can be founded "alarmist reports that New Mr. Morris Todd was in Franklin, LuaUer, Ky.. July 15. 1920 made to figure in the campaign, with England, New York and Chicago had Ohio visiting his friend. Miss Susie both platforms ignoring It and the in storage only a two days' supply Warren the past week. candidates free to define their view of coal." Member Kentucky rress Association Misses I.ouifo White who ha been on it if they choose. But if it should For in Louisville for some time, visiting. figure so far as to put the bars Fotrirn HifrwMiini Church Notes. has returned home. THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION against Cox in the West, will it not The County Convention of Chris open doors to him in the East? The Misses Hurdetta and Minnie Nel Rat, For Political Announcements. East and North would be n promis tian Sunday Schools which will be son Ramsey have returned from a Vox Precinct hnd City Offices. .15.00 ing field in which to prospect for held tomorrow, July ltth, at Pleas visit to relatives at Stanford. 10.00 those needed eighty-fiv- e For County Offices votes. If ant Grove, promises to be well attend Mis Noel of Danville and Mr, 1 he program For State and District Offices. .16.00 the Republicans should lose either ed and Interesting. .10 New York or Ohio they would have was printed in last week's Record, Dwight Woods of Point Leavell are For Calls, per line .10 trouble making up their necessary Mr. J. A. Iteazley, the County Presi guests of Mrs. J. II. Wood. For Cards, per line dent, will preside, Mrs. J. S. Gulley 2GG votes in the Electoral College For all publications in the interMr. J. G. Mcllride and family of est of individuals or expresAnd if the election were held today the secretary, will record the pro Utah were visitor of J. W. Guyn sion of individual views, per ceedings, Mrs. L. G. Davidson, Mrs. and other relatives the iast week. the chancet would lose Ohio. .10 line J. A. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. K. It The services at the Methodist church Obituaries, per line .06 Hourland of the Lancaster congrega wa well WOLF TRAIL. attended and all enjoyed the tion will have places on the program, splendid addresses and ali;klnds of of Rev. Fowler. Mr. Geo. T. Simmons of Louisville FOR CONGRESS. Ms. Josiah McCulley has been on R. W. Ertridge drove a handsome will represent the Kentucky ChrisWe are authorized to announce the sick lisU tian Bible School Association. The Studebaker roadster from Detroit, the RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, Mr. Allic Reynolds was with rela absence of Rev. C. H. Holder, the past week, for Paint Lick Garage. SEE OR PHONE a candidate for the Democratic nomi- tives Sunday. minister of the Pleasant Grove con Mirs Diana Woods) had the misfor nation for Congress in this, the Mr. George Gilliam has purchased gregation, will be a matter of regret tune to fat while at play and break Eighth Congressional District of P .B .WilliamcA Pn a Dodge car. to all. Ho will he on a short visit to her right arm just below the elbow Kentucky. State Primary Election, 1 I IU 11 U 1 IU X UU Z A Ltston Unlearned. Ray spent the week end his old home in Alabama where he will Mlts Jessie Saturday, August 7, 1920. Miss Fannie Koehler Cross and chil , "It may be true to say that the only If his mother and spend n few days with with Mis Thelma Simpson. "easier. c, t. ,e X VM.k Service and n d ttotk dren, of Texas, are visiting he r broth- - wr to gi happlne. I. dw Mrs. Carl Cotton visited her par brother. The latter Is n missionary er. Mr. O. I.. Hammack and oth a lot of neoDle don't FOR CONGRESS. em to hi. v. ..i. Is I . who will return shortly to his work in laM r ents In Madison recently. we are authorized to announce tives. Central Africa. .Mr. and Mrs. Josiah McCulley en COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson The school at Manse will begin county, a candidate for the Demo tertained n number of relatives Sun The attendance at the regular ser July.l'.Uh, with Mr. Robert Little as cratic nomination for Congress in day. vices of the Christian church is quite principal nnd Miss Mable Hall as 72J ; this, the Eighth Congressional Dis Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers spent good despite the warm weather. Some assistant. trict of Kentucky. State Primary the ilny Sunday with Mr. and Mr. are away on vacations but many Little Reeii Lear Jr. and R, M Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920. John Dailey. others from college and school are at I.ear, Jr.,nre with their Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian en- home for the summer. The minister Mr a.nd Mrs. II. M. Lear for the tertained a number of friends Sunday s gratified that these young people summer. ON at dinner. and others who have not'been out of Mr. J. I). Rurchell and Mis Emma Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and town are faithful in their attendance (Courier Journal) Rurchcll, were the guest of her sis There are in the Electoral College children visited Mr. and Mm. Allen The subject of the sermon for next ter, Mrs. V. P. llrumfield. near Nich 031 votes. Of these the votes of the Teater recently. Sunday morning will be "Conquerors olasville, Sunday. following States are regarded as sate Mr. anil Ms. W. T. Moberiey were Miss Uelle Walter has returned to visitors of Mr. and .Mrs. Carl Mober- Plus." The public is invited to join for the Democrats: n the worship and to hear the dis her home In Jessamine county, 12 iey Friday night. Virginia after course. 12 spending a week with her brother, North Carolina Mrs. Joe Ray and ton, Bernard and 9 Mr. ilillie Fain South Carolina visited relatives one Ten Thousand Tens of Poison Gas. Mr. J. I). Rurchell and family. Georgia .. night of last week. Poison cas weighing 10,000 tons was .Mr. (.roe n Ward wa rallrd to C. Florida I I supplied to the lirilWi armies In too f ..t...lll.. mummy I... wu- - srriuu fit yl illt.uuinwne t Misses Thelma Simpson and Jessie Alabama ...12 Ray were the plensunt guests of Mrs. field In 1018. ne of his father, who is at the hos-Tenne&ace, 11 pitnl to undergo an opperation for An Early Start on Sunday. Mi&slmippi 10 Clarence McCulley Friday night. The Puritans like tlm Jews, ob catbuncle. 0 Mrs. Powell Dailey spent Friday Arkansas .. served the Sabbath beginning with tht Mr, and Mrs. O, L. Hammocks 10 night with Mrs. Erion Simpson and at evening before. Louisiana friends wilt regret to know that both 20 tended the meeting at Scotts Fork. Texas Mr. and Mrs. Hummock and little Oklahoma 10 Doesn't Look as Well, Though. Mrs. Elijah McMillian spent the 13 Kentucky Like veal In color, and btef lu tastt, daughter, Virginia, were all sick last day Wednesday with her parents, Mr. Missouri the camel's hump Is a favorite delicacy week with tonsilitis. 18 and Mrs. John Ray on Poor Ridge, among the Arabs. Maryland -i Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tudor and Mr. and Mrs. Muse Ruy and sons, New Mexico 3 . children Olervia Paction and Witl Jr, Shooting Fish. Mrs. Abe Rurton spent the week end Afizona The shooting-- fish brings down In are here to spend n month with his with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Masters near sects a distance of from one to four brother, Mr. Woods Tudor and faml Total 161 This leaves uncounted 3S0 votes, Valley View. fret by squirting them with water ly. We have the Stock. You have out ef which the Democrat would Mr and Mrs. Ottis Stotts and baby, from Its mouth. Misses Mabel and Grace I'all left have to get eighty-fiv- e to win. Mr. ami Mrs. Andrew Stotts were en to You Thursday to join Miss Eugenia Potts see Old Lumber DHt you buyThere are Republicans hereabouts tertained at the home of Mr and Mrs Hy a government test In Germany, at Frankfort vnroute to Louisville and who will not concede that Kentucky Uobbitt Sunday. 23 years old has Ownesboro for a visit to relatives ing. sound lumber that belongs in this column, Ilecauie the materially stronger than und friends. Mr. and Mrs Homer Ray, Mr. and been proved State eluded a Republican Governor new stock. Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr, and Mrs. LuMis Alma Lear had as her guest Tast year they arc counting on it reTwo workmen, who have cas Foster and children were weekthe past week; Mesdames E. 0, Lisle, Homing Umbrolla. turning a Republican majority this end visitor of Mr, and Mrs. Harmon According to a trade journal tha Chas. Knight, Chas. Mower, Messrs year. Dut State elections and Presi-dent15 Call us. latest fashion In umbrellas Is a pige- Kidd Allen and Phillips Rennie elections are very different, Teater Jn Jessamine county. on's head carved on the handle. This, Mis Lenr gave u swimlng party, al Mr, and Mrs. Harmon Davis and The conditions which guve Morrow understand. Is the tint step toward so a porch dance for her house the verdict last November will not children, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis ve really reliable homing umbrella. 49. guest. exist next November. Intelligent Re- and daughter and Mrs. Drew Davis London Punrli. publicans who for publication classify were with Mr, and Mrs. Irvin Simp Mr. Ed. Williams was in Paint Kentucky as a Republican State son, Sunday. Socrates on Government. Lick last week mingling with old Socrates used to say that, although friends. He tells us he has purchas know that a between Cox and HardMrs. Allie Reynolds and sons spent ing the odds are against the latter. the day Sunday with Mrs. Raymond no man undertakes a trade he lias not ed a handsome bungalow that all are learned, even the meanest, yet every The Democrats have much more Davis. Mrs. Minnie McCulley and thinks himself sufficiently quail- - well satisfied and doing nicely, He reason to claim that the Republican children and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and one for Ded the hardest of all trades, that himself will go Into the grocery busi State of Ohio will vote for Cox than son were guests in the afternoon. ness. llollngroke. f government. mmrnm Miss Kate Ely I III at this writing. Miss Itertha Cosnan ha returned Manuring Director of Furl Associa home. Mis V. Room Is the guest of Mr tion AnerL Report of Impend-in- f and Mrs. Ollie lloonoe. Mr. H. J. Chesnut and family were Shortage Unfounded. visitors in llrodhead, Sunday Washington, Assurance of an Miss Cynthia Prewltt clerked for adequate supply of conl to meet all Highest Market Price Paid for Wheat and Eye. We will Buy or Store Sacks Free. Rastus Tobacco Plows, Bug Brand Paris Green, Sharpies Cream Separators Bales Ties. d d Conn Brothers. "LIVE LET LIVE FOLKS." d Hudson & 111 ri r1F Telephone Farnau d The Central CKt f n -- Aiml I Christian Up-To-Da- te ..... .. ... Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, .. Repairing, Tin Work 1 11 1 ... 1 a grand-parent- s, TINNING AND 1 PAPER i PLUMBING ................14 ........ .. .... ..... ... ............... -- ,1- BATH TUBS, LAVATORYS, KITCHEN SINKS, WATER H ...............8 ......3 CLOSETS, ROOFING, GtlTTERING. don't are wait. can what 1 had competent years experience. Phone HftSELDEN BROS. V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 5, 920 1 1 5 STILL TRIMMING PRICES AND NOT CUSTOMERS. are here for a hort visit POST OFFICE BUILDING, Dnnville Street. In their parents, Mr. nnd Mr. A K Mr. and Mr. Kd Leter, of Akron, One Mower left $75.00; 10 ft. steel Hay Rake $45.00; Ohio, are gurtt of Mr. nnd Mr. Ja. Walker on Itichmond Pike. 5 Tooth and Riding Cultivator at Cott; Range from $27.50 up Hatcher Mr .and Mm. Karnett Bourne, of to $100.00. Screen doors and window cheap, Tobacco hoes, Mm. W. J. HolUclaw, of LouUvllle Lexington, arc guest thi week oft vldting Mr. ami Mm. L. C. King Mr. Bourne's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Hay fork etc, Ice Cream Freezer, $5.50; Refrigerator, Coal oil J. B. Bourne, on the Stanford pike near Hubble. Stove $25.00; Drown Buggies, Mogul Wagon, Harriet and Mr. W. I. Foster, of Columbia, We regret to report that Dr. A. S. Saddle cheap. We can tell cheap became we don't have much Price quite at hia home on the Ohio, mis been the guest of Mr. J. rent to pay. We sell only quality good. I. I I lloh Henry, of Lexington, town nevrral day thi wtk wi In Mr. and Mrs. Kddie Kmlncnce Walker of! ' I Art Goods See us for the Newest things in ART GOODS All kines of FLOSSES, EVEN D. M. C. We are also prepared to do STAMPING. I 111 J. R. MOUNT The &l CO. Full Lick pike. Hamilton. Mm. Ktlmh W. Gott and childen, of caster. have been viniting her sisMesm Ben Cozine, W. T Beck.Mr ami Mr Chorlir Thompson ter. Mr and Mm. I.. N". Miller. I ham and Judge Itnlnli Gilbert, of Imliy, June I'rrkins, were vis iitul Mr. W. S. Klkin, Jr., of Atlanta, Shelbyvillc were in the city last Satitors In Stanford Sunday. wa the guet for a few day thi urday, for a few hours. They were, Little .Mis Clara (lutes Iluiloy, of week, of hi father. Capt. T. A. Klkln. here In Interest of Judge Gilbert' candidacy und met with much en Stanford, ha been viaitini; her sister. couragement. K IVrcscott Mr M1h Georgia llrown. Mix and Ml A Rritl MiMien l On Cemlnti and Mamie Holtzrlaw, were gurta of The Kpworth League of the Mctho. Miwes Mary Mar Walker and Mr. J. A. Amon during the ChauOolnji bylhM Vs Art Istimlid In. dist Church had a picnic at the river Kliinheth Walker have returned from tauqua. Thursday. They were chaperoned by hort stay in Danville. ii The power of N'ature is within the nerve nnd Is culled "nerve Mm. II. I' Swope and Mm. I'almeter. Mr. and Mm. George Mc Kobert Mr William K.nnaird was n Miss Irene Aldridge who I ntttnd and daughter, Ml" Hety Margaret, also Mr B. I'. Swope nnd Kev. F. D. impulse." It is the power which supplies life to nil organs nnd tissues of in llanvile Tuesday. at home for a are gueit thl week of relative in I'almeter went along to take care of ine tlu K K. S. N. the swimmers. They nil had an en the body. Obstruction of nerve impulse causes disease to the Mr. Pearl (iulley i visiting Mm few day to see her mother. the city. flirts which joyable time. Ikr Dunn in Lexington. Mr. and Mr. Sam (loldberg and Ilev. F. D. I'almeter and Marm remove this obMr. G. C. Ward, of Vicksburg. Miss. these nerves ramify. Chiropratic Vertebral Adjustment MI Ji.nr Hailing hi visiting Miss little son. of MilMiiH, itre guest Swinehroad attended the Kpworth of Mr. and Mr. I). Culley. expect to nrrive July 18th., to Join struction, thus adjusting the cause so Nature can perform u cure. See your Tevls HrthuniM Ib Mt Vernon. League Convention at Lexington, hi wife for n visit to his parents, Mr. Mm. A. I., '"heatham, of Louisville, last week. Mr. (!. S. (filbert unit son, Jimn, was and Mm. Milton Ward. Grover has Chiropractor. Consultation and Spinal Analysis Free. guest of Mr. J. A. the week-enMm. Kobert Cornn and handome been away for have rrtumrd (riHn Hay View, Mich. yearn and has many Anion, on Itichmond treet. xon, Juiiich Kothwell, of lindon, have friend in Ijincnster who will be glad Mini Murthtt Hettls, uf Lexington, Mm J W. Acey w with her moth leen the gueat for n few day of .Mm. to welcome him back again. visiting her mother. Mr I Kllrn er. Mm. Kllziibeth Hutrhi. after a Mary Lutz. Units. George Carpenter is rejoicing over few day tuy in Stanford. Mt l, T. Fox and Mr. Jame the arrival of a fine baby boy who Mri. J. W. I3mfr ami Mk Mary of Danville, have been recent made his appearance at his home on Mr. John I. Hick nnd family have Hlmore havr bee reeent guiit hi returned from a visit to Mr. and Mm. guest of .Mi Mary May Walker and Stanford street last Friday morning. Danvlllr. LANCASTER, KY. SIMPSON HOUSE. Mr. Kd Walker. C. V. Snyder in Idiwrenreliurg. He has been named "Woodrow Wil Mr. ltussrll Ourts If ft Tuesday Mm. Sallie Ijiwson left Wednexday son" and is every inch a democrat! Mm. Clarence Strother and little for a visit t M parents In Camp Icr a Mi.t to friend in Terra Haute, as hi name would Imply. on. James Itussell, are guest of her kele gave a beautiful dinner party. near Kings Mill was given in honor bellsvllte. Indiana, before going to Chicago for .Mr. Thoma Slavin, of I'aint Lick, The home was attractive with de- of Misses Jnmes and Highland. The parents in Nashville, Tennessee. everal week itay. Mn. Crome Ctar, uf Hirhmcnd, who ha been the guest of her niece, corations of bright llowem. A six alTnir will long be remembered as ha bee TWtic her niece. Mm. W. Mr. M. (J. AMridge returned lam course menu was served. Plates most delightful. Mm. Kdwtn Davi returned to her Mm. Guy L. Hundley and Mr. Hund-week from Kansas City, Mo. where II. llurton. road and were laid for Misse James. Highland, home at Morganton, N. C. after ev. ley on the Harrodshurg she (pent ix weeks visiting her on. eral week vinit to her parent. Mr. Dr. Jack Slavin and Mm. Slavin on Mamie Storme Dunn. Messrs. John Mr. Jiu W'uhk. af Louis vtMe. Is Observe the Direction. Third Street for the pan ten days' McKoberts. Kobert Arnold. Detroit, the guest ( Uf ite,r. Mm. Harry Mum Ophelia Carroll llailey, of and Mm. John Ballard. A current French scientific Journal left yesterday for her home. I)n-- I Mich., Willie Mac Klliott. George Tbmrinsoa. Stanford, i visiting her siter. Mm. tell us that. If you wish to enjoy proMiu Mary Louie McKoberta. of villi- - Mesenger. Swinebroad and Henry Kainey. After found and restful sleep, you hhould llo K. Hrourt and Mr. Brown. Saint Louis, and Mir Caroline Allen, Mr. W. !!. 4 Mr. ItoWn.en they attended the dance with your feet to the south. If you .Mm' Kmily Bourne of I.ancatcr. the party of ligrange are charming guest thi Cook. o( Dsns-UI- e were In I.Mncattrr. would get through a hard day's work Mr. and Mr. Howard Logan and has returned from n delightful visit' at Crab Orchard Springs. week of MIm Joan Mount. Tuesda). with a minimum of exertion, faro tho little daughter, Stella May were of sevenl day with Mrs. Mote enjoy- west. A plnntst plays best when facMiss Mary Owsley gave an gucsta of Mr. and Mm. Jim Hicks MIm Annie Catherine Arnold, of I'ollard and Miss Alice Sutton tf Mis (irafr K. Wnltr, of Lexington show party Monday eve- ing the west and wont when factor Sunday. Birmingham, in a delightful guet of Mnrksbury. while there she was en-- i able picture U Ui guest this week uf Mix Mat-ti- e ning in honor of Miss Margaret the south. grand-parenMr. and Mm. tertnined by Mm. K. B. Sutton, Mrs. her Adams. Faulconer, of Hillsboro, Ohio, and Ilev. Henry Faulconer, Mm. Faul Jame G. Burnxide, on the Itichmond Muson I'ollard. Mm T. Bollard and! Miss Hannah Washbourne, of K. C. coner, and rhildrrn, who have been pike. Use of Rlc Bound to Miss Dorn and Callie Scott. MIm Hannah Washburn of Shelby, The comparatltely low cpt of rlco After the show delicious refreshment KUrta of Mm. W. II. Mason, have N. C. it the house guest of Mix returned to lltlUtioro, Ohio. Mrr. K. II. K.ttxon and daughter. Miss Ijiura Dunn, who has been were served at Stormes Drug Store. has runde It the staple nrtlcle of food Marilee Lear. In Asiatic countries. Hire h also Ml Cecil, leave afternoon visiting Miss Helen Gulley. has re- - Those who enjoyed Miss Owsley' Mr. and Mr. John Clayton Wt, used In oil other parts of for an extended vinit to friend and turned to her home in Lexington. I charming hospitality were Miss Mar- extensively ns Mr. .Sam Harris, of l.ouisvile, Is of Yate Center, Kanat, are the transported th It garet Faulconer, Miss Marilee Lear, and world,be held easily considerable enn vUltlng b parmtr, Judge ami Mr. KUrta thl week of Mr. Wfit'i broth relative in I'latt, Mo., Colorado, and She was accompanied by Mica Helen) for n Gulley. Miss Margaret Klliott ami Miss Hannah Washbourne, of N. C, period without deteriorating. Thcrei California. K. W. Ham. er, Mr. W. T. Writ on Danville street Mir Helen Klizabeth Sprague, of Mr. Kobt. Noland. Mr, Willie Mac K- I no doubt that Its rnnMimptlon will Mary Ijickey Dunn, Little Mi materially Incrense with the dlsemln-tlo- n Hoyun anil Mrt. K. Mr. George Taylor Hogard, of of Lexington, is the guet thi week Louisville, who will be member of lliott, Messrs. Kobert and Gibbs Mr. Jam The party was chnpuroued by of knowledge regarding the variher house party for the week end. C. (Same were kUMli gf friends in I.ouinville, Mm, Kobert Brewer, of grand-parenMr. nnd Mr of her Mr. Louis Lamlram. Mm. J. M. ety of palatable way In which It may Oklahoma, and Mr. Kdward C. J. I). Gulley Danville reeently. Kev. K. II. Bourland and Mm. Hour-lan- Staughton and Mm. K. L. Owsley tie prepared to snlt tbe tntes of Uie nnd Mie Mary Lee Game have been gueit of Mm. and Mottle Dunn. most fastidious.! G. llerr. In Grace Kev. Harry Hudson anil Mm. were also members of the party. Mr. nut! Mr. (J. C. Walker return-r- l Thoma i'ark in Danville. Log. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, from a delightful stay at Day Mi Kdna Bvrkele i aimlstlnt at .Mr. and Mm. Webb Kelly, Misses Mr. and Mr. I.oui Murphy of the Garrard Bank & Trmt Company, Saturday morning Miss Berkele View. Mseawgnn. Mnrtha and Helen Gill and Mr. Louis gave an enjoyable 500 card party Lexington and Mr Joe Hick of Hry Leap Year Is Unlucky. thl week in the absence of Mr, Gill, Mr. J. C. Robinson has gone to anuville were guet of Mr and Mm. formed a motoring party to the in her guest honor. Kcfreshments In nil probability the theory that who i confined to hi home Lexington and Winchester whirr she Howard Logan on the Itichmond Court, club house on Dix river for a picnic, were served and the morning was leap jeur Is unlucky was voiced by the with a slight llhicM. called unhappy man who find will visit relatives last week. road, from Thunday until Friday indeed delightfully spent by the fol- UHn to answer a ui'iiinn' :ih lenp-yeMisse Clnrn Frnnci anil Mary .Mr. nnd Mrs. G. F. Harrington, of lowing guests: Miss Mamie Stormes proposal that be letov upon her hi I'nlmeter have returned home from a Louisville, "hand and fortune or n bniw silk are guesu for a few day Dunn, Klizabeth Gibbs, Charlie C 3E IE vutt to numerous relative in Clark of .Mm. Dorn Miller and family on 3E Mary Mae Walker, Klizabeth gown." The Jnpnne believe that tho and Montgomery Counties, they alu Hnselden Height. Mr. Lear, Minnie Mae tuo hundred and tenth nnd two hunand Mm. Walker, Marilee dred of inch leap visited in Lexington. Harrington were married in Lexing- Kobinson, Katie Barnes Dickerion, year und twentieth ila) unlucky, while nre particularly Hannah Washbourne, of X. C. MarMr. C. K. Hcnr' nnd children, ton yesterday. Dr. J. W. Porter of the Ohio, the old KnglUh trndltloni maintain Loutir ami Jame Milton, and Mm. Baptist church of that city otTiciating. garet Faulconer, of Hillsboro, that children born In leap jeiir will be Mm. Harrington, before her marriage Mm, John Brown, of Louisville Mm. sickly and dltllcult to rolse, nnd that G. C. Ward, of Virkburg, were weekMcMurray Wilkin, of X. C. Mm. crops will not propr pens nud end guet of Mr. and Mm. W. G. was Miss Adelene Koch, of Louisville. Kobert Kinnnird and Mm. Lige Ford. "growing on the wrt.nc ld of the Clark on the Lexington pike. SuturJay night u moonlight picnic pod." Mr. John Williams, Miss Keberca Mr. and Mm. M. 0. Kennedy, ol William. ' Mr. George g""""- Bryantsville, were at I'reaehemville and family, Mr. and Mm. Jonen An- -' . . substilast week to see Mr. Ben Kennedy, ,lemon.Mr.andMm.O.K.Ca?penter.FRRR " uho l quite 111 at the home of hi Mr. Jack Whittaker and Mr. and Mr. ! mother, Mm, Mary Kennedy. John Cress of near Danville were not USE NO INNER TUBE. ed mining the numerous relatives and Mil Mary KliiaWth James, of friends of the family who motored United Is being Louisville and Ml Clay Klitabeth to Preachersville, Sunday afternoon Highland, of .Mt. .Sterling, are at on more and for the funeral of Mm. Mencfee Kl tractive home guests of Mi mi Flnu more. Berkele, on Lexington Avenue. Mr. and Mm. John S. Baughman) Mr Goodwin Klkln, of Uoston, rep Write for discriplivc circular or call and sec it m entertained nt dinner yesterday at resenting the United Drug Company, their home on the Lexington road. ADAMS LOT, RICHMOND ST of that city, wu in the city ALL THIS WEEK Sat Those accepting Mr. and Mm. Buugh- urday nnd Sunday, the guest of hi man' invitation were Mr. and Mm graml father, Cnpt, T. A. Klkln. A. T. Kurhvillr, Indiana; Mr and LANCASTER. KY Miss Klizabeth Mr J. "Cooney" Ncff, the Service Mr. Ben Hume, Man win mingling with friends in Hume, of llaydon, Miss Kathcrine Lancaster last Monday nnd Tuesday llaydon, Mrs. Luther Gibbs, Missl and Incidentally tellin all of them of Klizabeth Gibbs, Miss Clara Hume, OF the good qualities of the Service Mr. nnd Mm. W. B. llaydon, of Lex ( Inton. Danville Messenger. Good. Hay, Stock and Pities House. O DealScale CIIKAP. Mr. Foster i well remembers Mm. Wood If Itt, of Mayllck. Ky., here where he wn clerk in the old w viiting her niiter, Mm. J. K. KMiller Hotel. It has been thirty-live- ! dward. on Danville avenue. year sinre Mr. Foster was in Lan MISS MINNIE BROWN, Milliner. Gossip About People n Chiropractic it-it- d J Kan-dal- Lipscomb & Lipscomb 1 Ck I'rett t. Inert. I 1 t, ' r 3E Rubber Tire 31 . s ' FILLER Perfect tute for air. States fVATR KRKK GATE used throughout the more than 30 foreign countries than 200,000 cars. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! on SANDERS VARIETY STORE lat ni irinrnii feollnr no lie ir J MAC'S MERRY MIDWAY 30x3i $14.75 30x3 $12.75 ($ SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS M IS I ! Kev, anil Mm. Henry Fnulconer, Mis Margnrt Faulconer, Mfu Sue Shelby Maron, Ml Klizabeth Glbbs, Mr and Mr. Luther Glbbs attended the I. etcher Waller weddinc In Dnnville. rev ganon irom uarrei rvr11-ft It !. gallon, Per Q1 i.uu 10 gallon cans, BUY THE BEST. 1 $1.25 Mr. Green Clay Walker, Mis Kliia k S Smith und Mits Bettie West, motored to Lexington for the day; Mr. Walker bringing home with her, her young rouiin, Master William Itenntr, of Michigan, for a little vacation visit. Mr. und Mr. Hayden I.eavell gave delightful six o'clock dinner Wednesday. Thoie present were Mr. A. V, Huyler of Florida, Mr, Arch V. ker, Mr, Wood Walker and Mil Thompson. T.U-cil- Marilee Lear entertained with' lovely card party Friday morning1 in honor of her house guests, Mis' Hannah Wiuhboume and Mm. Mc Murray Wilkins. The pretty home BAND. FREE ACTS, NINE SHOWS, was thrown open to the guests, and the profution of bright flowers made 'A Carnival Midway of Mirth and Music entering especially A delicious it a vision of loveliness. two course luncheon was served. to the eland appreciative of the best, conducted by American A is always the case with affair at Business Men and Showmen, whom experience has taught that that delightful home, the party was tho desire for clean amusement is just as compelling as the deelaborate and perfect in all Its ap sire for good food. Therefore there is a Jolly Good Time and twenty-fiv- e About pointment. wonderful fentures in store for Everyone. So Don't Mits It guests were present. .Mis Mirth and Music MERRY-GO-ROUN- SANDERS ttr VARIETY'- - STORE u Oll T7I T Numerous social affaire were given in Lancaster for Mis Mary Klizabeth Jame and Mis Klizubeth Clay Rdna Highland, the guest of Mi Berkele. Friday evening Miss Her- - POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST SHOW OF THE SEASON AND THE BEST ONE. FREE ACTS and Band Starts every Afternoon at 2 P. M. Every Evening at 7 P. M. Come Early Go Home Late. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 15, 1920 HKYANTSVILLE Mr. James It. Leavel spent Mon- Mr. K. Z. Price i on the lck llt. Mr. Moreland. Mi Odea Colon I visiting reMr. Sam Dcathcrnge of Hichmond day In I.cxinitton. lative at Mane. Mr. Laura Grime of Mr. nml Mrs. Herbert Taylor spent and. entertained Monday by Mr. Ilev. Ilekler titled hi regular at Nteholos-vlllSunday with relative John W. llryant.' at Fair View Church Sun Mr. and Mr. Sam Farley and chil- day Mr. Jese Mershen and Mr. Fred Mi llrnnle Metcnlf Is vfcttlni; her, lwine trip to Ctr- - dren. Mr. and fr. C. M. Deanf and Sutton mde Mr. Mer. Mr. Walker llHrnlde of IMor faintly were Sunday truest bill l!t week. ami Mr. A. B. Swope. Itldce pike. MkMit J. W. Helcswnb of Unrein H. l.cxlng-ton'wer- e e. pent n few day brother, Mr. O. lnt week with hi M. Moreland and STONY POINT. m b spent hwl week with Nr. K. II. anil family. Mr. Sum Doatherw of Itlehmaml spesU the week eid with her lter, Mm, John W. Hryrnit. Hl-rom- entertainPriee and lleie MMe Mory number of relative Sunday. Itarr spent the night wHJi Mr. Stene I prwent The beinz BowIiiiK wet:on,Mr. and Uiytan Saturday. Green. and Mr. G. A. Mr. nml Mm. Dewey Trice were I Dr. and Mrs. Sum Koe of Winches-- ' the week, end xuwts of hi mrcnt. tor, Mr. and Mr. Cleveland Itov of Z. Price. MrS. O. M. nnd son, (Stanford. Mr. Janie Itote nhil Mr. Mr. and Mr. It. Morekiwt Corn Fletcher ha returned Ml Jump:) Itsarbon are the itue'ts of I will ham after spending ifVew dny with friends at Georgetown. Quite a number from her attend- - her 4ter. Mr. CWtyten Anderson. imI Mr. W. A. Dikeron of Mr. tn I.nncater7 eti the Chisatauqua Ijinra'ter. spent Monday with Miss these beinc; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Little MM Christine l'rice ha re- turned heme after a two week vis-F.llai Ison nml Mr. LoRan I.on. j William and family. Dr. and Mr. It. I. Burton, John W. II. A. Dawes, Mr. and Mr. J. Hoan it with her brother, Mr. Dewey l'rice. , Mesdame Mr. and Mr. Cloud Glllen of St llrynnt and W. K. Davis attended the Mallard. Ml Amy and Zellah Dawes, ' chiiutauqua at Danville last Wcdnes-dn- Mary Nolle Holcomb Maymie Italian). I.oui. Mo., ha returned home after Stella Mae Grow and Mr. Colivar I a short viit with their uncle nnd ' mint. Mr and Mr. O. M. Ilarr Mr. James Morelani of Mississippi I)awe. Dr. ami Mrs. C. it ed Re I 11 known as the Bob Burton land, now owned by J. W. Smith at I j y. , ' I I LAND LADIES hand-mad- 500 PAIR AUCTION SHOES half-sole- d. on the premises, six miles from Lancaster, on Buckeye pike, close to graded school, . Having definitely decided to discontinue handling Ladies Shoes we offer entire stock of shoes, oxfords and pumps, half of which are Grover's e goods at much less than Manufacturer's first cost. But they must be sold regardless, so our loss will be your gain. In fact you can purchase these shoes cheaper than you can have your old ones They will be sold on the Piggly Wiggly style, each pair having size and price marked on same. You can't afford to miss this great shoe opportunity. Saturday. JULY 24 10 A. M. rain or shine cultiva-tio- n, - This is a fine sandstone tobacco land, in high state of . In order to help out the Men a little we, will at the same time give them some real bargains as follows: 100 pairs of Men's Work Shoes, valued up to .$5 will be sold in three tracts, with two complete sets of im- provements. 1918 tobacco crop of this farm averaged 70 cts. about 27 acres, long pike frontage, new TRACT No. 7 room dwelling, frame, weatherboarded, plastered, painted, large new tobacco barn, high and airy with splendid surroundings, large shade trees and HOME you'll see and one to make money on. 1- at $2.90. -of Every Pair of Men's Dress Oxfords reduced from 20 to 40 per cent. You should purchase these very liberally, as you will live a long time before you see any more cheap shoes. A hint to the wise is sufficient. TERMS STRICTLY CASH, OF COURSE. NO GOODS LAID ASIDE OR SENT OUT ON APPROVAL. Parks and Hetidren Home of Better Shoes. UUCKEYE Mr. Ollie HoKie sold a mare to Mr. Geo. Kay for $200. Mr. J. I". Prather is visitintr relative in Mudison County. Mr. Sale Hurt I nt Dry Kldge tak-t- TRACT No. of about 50 acres fine land, with 2 four room houses and one of the best combined tobacco and stock barns in the county, one good silo, water at barn, right on pike and beautifully situated, must be seen to be appreciated. 2-Co- Danville, Kentucky. ' j several weeks visit with her grand mother, Mr .Wiley in Madison Co. K treatment for rheumatism. Itev. I). I', Sebastian und wife of Paris attended church here Saturday evening. Miss Christine Morford and brothwere er, Thomas, of Nicholasvillc hen Sunday. will lead the Miss Ilculah May prayer meeting Wednesday evening, subject. "Obedience." Mr. Wilbert Hay and family of Madison were guests of Mr. und Mrs. I.t'niy Hay, Suturday und Sunday, Geo. Kay Misses Thompi Davis, und Dan Kay delivered several hogs Friday to Mr. V. A. Lear at Lancas ter. Misses Flora und Christine Price, of Ilackley have returned home ufter u weeks visit with Mr. und Mrs. Der- vey Price. Itev. Strother of Lancaster, delivered two splendid sermons here Sunday, Wish he Saturduy und could be with us every Sunday. Miss Vernn Kay came home Monday to enter school here after u Whale Tetth Usfd as Currency. Whale's teeth pas an currency la the FIJI Islands. Thry Mr.) painted Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Martha while and reil, the ,vd ttt'tli lielnie Anderson. Mrs. Nora Teater, Misses worth about twenty times as much Sallie Lou Teater and F.thel Kay as Uie white. were guest Thursday of Mr. and' Mrs. Jim Nave, neur Stanford. How Bridal Veil Orlglnittd. The bridal veil Is said to bare origIn the ancient custom I inated of Mixture or Civilizations, performing the marriage ceremony Key West, ria I n. quaint mixture . under a square plecu of cloth, held of American nnd cl - ' over the bridal couple to couceal the Illation, with olMiirt equal parts of blushes of ttu- - bride. At the mareach, Harry A. Frmirfc write tn the ' riage of a widow It was not used. Cvntury Magazine. The Spanish tongue Is heard there fully ns often a Kng- Rougs Wlthtra Ortk Girl. lUb, nnd. a In the town along the Although most Greek girls are natMexican border. I lie nillclal tongue ll very pretty, they begin to partit bilingual, nnd Amorlmu. from the urally and powder from a very early age North an frankly considered foreignthe cheeks bright red. the eyebrows ers by the Culnnlz.-- I rank ami tile. and lashes dee(vtt black, and veins d 'cately blue. Ilie result Is that Town of Historic Intsrsst. tin nre wtthenl old women at forty, While the ruroe.Nurrtstown, call to anil thus nowhere are uglier females mind that this plate is the homo of to be found than beneath tbo blue the state Institution for the Insane, It skies of this classic land. Is also well to remember that It Is III torirtlly Interesting. Ileru cau be aeea Tlntsd Litsrature. "Your narratlte Is too highly colthe old Sweden' furd of the Schuylkill rlrer, where American and Ilrltlsh ored." remarked the editor, returning srmlej crossed many time during tbo the bulky manuscript. "In what wnyf the disappointed author, Itevolutlon. On Main street Is located Inquired the home of Governor llartntoft. Here, "Why," replied the editor, ln the very too, Is the Hereii-Hta- r tavern. eatab-llilie- d first chapter you make the old man turn In 1TM and fumou durlns Uto purple with rage, the villain green Kevolutlonary war aail ou UiU same with enry, the. hero turn white with street wa located (lie home of General anger, the herolae turn red with confusion and the coachman turn blue Hancock, of Cirll war fume. Philawith the cold." delphia IteconL J litlu-Amcrlra- n Tlt-lllt- TRACT No. of about 15 acre block between the above two tracts, nice pike frontage good land, everlasting water, and would make some one a dandy small farm"out on broad way" where they advanc in value continually. 3-Co- The owner lias purchased the Robert Gulley home tract to which lie will move, so look this property over. It is up selling and is the kind to buy, we advertise no other than sellers. Gold money given away. Terms'Liberal and announced on day, of sale. Ladies especially invited. For further particulars, see the owner on the premises, or Bill Whittaker, at Hackley, or D. A. Thomas LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday July 5, 1 1 920 REPORT OF THE CONDITION HOUSEKEEPER MAY DETERMINE WHETHER SHE QUALITY IS GETTING MEAT OF DESIRABLE NATIONAL or TbeCloseof No ' I BANK, IK I. K1 AT llDH Buinm. Jdk 30 Klxil hi Kk IU ii 1920 J& team jm l ll A - a Handsome Residence I i,mm a)a 4lriHi nl. H ll lkl i . -- aa4 ia4ilHi aa la4 real areata HI taklla Sya1. Iti4w4 ! I rrillli Hi I tool Mirla4la alorl) klnrl kiakiai fcaaaa- i uraiiard I iBH lawlul IMH art rakVi Makt al aa a ! la Mil MM MwaaMtorlivii aailaa Tnkalaf RMln .: akkt lfu ib l'. ajjs IfMIt i. ) ii atkaali heel aa atat naaelia Hfa lawaal Il"(e(' tW'aV? trass a4W feat a tmmd I m!1 r. Hu.l.IU.i: aatata i ai. a : . i k Tra- - t.k..j IW lw bI aatcBaralvtMraa laa aa4 till Tal UAMUIIM ri-'i Three Cridn of Oetl Note PercrntJge of Meat to Done Detwten "Primt" on Left and "Medium" on night (A) Front Rlbt; (D) Back Rlbk. i CkalkMk lBIM S 03iXs aa. 4liMtM t ftlwalMjat Aaaaaat IB I VMM as iil4. la mm aa iarsi laaawasli . la ia ( r mHkI elirak TSHal al lt4JH t.i.tlki Ja.NMialai ta . al. ai. m !! allrlv4 A " i.r I Hatr I ilmliT lmy Wlifn thf l""t ilm-lint frriM tlir wliult'-alr- r. In' nllnti'lhi-- r on tlin Imi1iiI" flnn'a Imnrity imI Bmi fallll tr M"un llir rtmlr f mit li wanin for hi Irnilr. c 'thI l'lltrtj hr 11 r t"r t H Ar" Flt lritt-nin- l taafrnaa k. af ilea4 1al tfc MMlia aaaa.im aB)r Kim,lla al.ak.av. f. al 4ak4i ii oki i, . at .. ! lintmtl, a ax In in I ml Cf rlnln ln1 rrnilr of Itrrf, thi rilalliT. In'fnrr lir .'4 rlwrartrrlklln wldrh I r. it ta i) lf t y a for It, nrn vxlirfHor ht tin . fur him- n sUrn Hint lip iinlr-riil- 1MI l.tr tm--K m k v MtlltrKim'CK.eM'MTliailllW.M; iwi iui'mmh u say al t, fiitm ikr ar iii. 4a laliaialy inimtmM talk mi Pimit. tw at ialj tm - aal aa vialr ta iki. hara a.ikii ih 0 flra ra Mf CaaaaiiaMaa (- ir No4j raalle i ia , ( mi Hiiki( Iiiiiii K !! i SmaH Thing of Great Moment. f tMltiv tUkt fill into tl.a A Hiht of a traii'.-Allahtl- e itrrrtlie A or il ri'lwly nixl lirtnj'. iJrtni'l will Miincttwi-- fwt a llf iJ rtt lli-car tdr ciiirnianj II (( for rrcntk. iirrHy , Oil Producra Llfe't NeceMaHea. It ha Iwn taU) that i'cry MiIMe water l.e tlrlnlt vt n m''IIi-1- . may ! hiIht 1U rtciljr or ImUrrctly. ibrimKh tin u ff rtnleum jinxluetn, nml jiuini'nl tiy n pilliie may mon' life, kav tlin anil tlio air hn li rrn rr en-jrl- ni Prepare for "Leliure Yearv" Imc lift U rtt mirlh nhllp iimUm It I ncllvr. Slrrolj lit i'Ul In dull ant) inlTr riltrwilntMi f llif ItHiHr-tlltiiilrnnmt-N- t iHtltn tti i nllfl. ilwM AImI UIMVU l tin ltflm llfUlil lliHr fnr Iiiik to lltr Inac gml ultlii limhl. If a IWilllitwi' tlijlrlkn l to I.ikf a llltlo tlixitzlit rlt f tlii- - !! In adraixo fer tie atr M n I.e'li.-lliMw- khoillil In rjultr na faniNlar aa tin liutrhrr with tlif truil'k of lircf. IVw lioufkrriv era. lmwrwr. Itai tliN Inoalrilgt. I!rn thof wowen ln prlela ttirin-iHitlMt "polton inlnil" l tint kM tlii-after for linen. luy lui-f- , ymr nfliT jrar. '"' on tliHr Imlrhfr'a hnrty. Vot until It l cixikod anil kTTrl do r lirllicr tliry harr liren know tfrrn thrj "fholrr" mrnt tlipy akkfil or only that of ami tin' irlr -niMllHm' or "fiiminon" quality. IJnen nty ocrnklonal, but meat I'Hylnc I daily ami ftery woman I'uylnc ulioulil lie familiar with Hip (ilfferrnt pni'Ira of meat Tom aril tlila ml the Imrrkii of market. l'nltrl Statra i!t partmcnt of acrlrulturo. haa defined tlip four cradM of lieef. How Deef la Uaually draded. Tin "chiMcf" srnde of beef denote the Im'M quality usually found In tlir market. Only a limited amount of what I known a "prime" beef la offered In m"t market. Till trade Ik u'tiatlr offerrd In limited qunntltle dnrlne tlie Hirl'tmn or holiday fea-ofk and Immftllately follnwlne khowa. Cholcr heef bn a errn coTerlnc of fat on thi outer aurfarek. Thin fat I mooth In I aniearanre ami whltt In color, but not In i'JcpmIvi" amount. The color I t Hcbt rel. with of the lean trace of fat dlitrlbuteil through the Tlir hurVr'er varl-OH- k n f. I"nil tti-j- tll fr, Iran on nil rut", which arc taken from tlie loins, rlbk and mine part of the Choice meat I firm to the round. touch and of fine cm In. There muM be no watery appearance on the freh ly rut kurfner. The "cood" trade of beef la next In quality to "choice" ami may differ kliKhtty In all point or corrriond In koine point to "choice" and differ materially In other. The covrrlnc of fnt I not o ktnooth and uniform, but mut be white In color and dry In The color of the lean meat In thl crude alo Tarlep kllcbtly and may be of darker hue than the "choice" cratle, but It I not dark. "(Jnod" beef I of kmooth craln and ha Irncea of fat, which I white rlr creamy In color, throuch tbe lean. IdlMrtbutrd Beef la "Medium. of the beef offered for aale In mot market I of "medium" trade. In thl there I uually very little and . often no coverlnc of nutnlde fat except ion the loin and rib rata. The fat la not erenly dlmlhnted, Purine the aunt-- 1 I 20 Building Lots and 3 Small Tracts AT AUCTION t tner and fall month "medium" trade I and the I beef ha a watery color of the lerin meat Tarle con' klderably, but la uually dark, eten when frehly cnt. "Medium" beef haa a tendency to turn mih uarKcr Teryi quickly after belnt cut. The train 11 coare and not uniform, and there are no trace of fat distributed throuth Bpp-ranr( Tuesday, July 20 AT 10:30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. The V. G. llve-uto- rood-ratel- y mi-a- the lean. The "common" crude la tbe lowest quality of beef offered for aale In a freh condition to the trade. One of It prominent feature I the hlch per ccntace of bone In proportion to the meat. There I only a kllcht coretlnt of outklde fat on the rib and loin cut. "Common" beef ha a flabby ap pearance, I dark In color, and coarae In train. A few trace of fat may be decerned, but they tuually are of a yellow color and lire unevenly tlibuted. HOUSE CLEANING i Anderson Farm, on the old Danville Pike in the edge of that good old town, Lancaster. This farm is in a high state of cultivation and the soil is a No. 1. It is well waterconsist of one out-buildin- ed by springs and pools. The improvements handsome two story' brick residence with all necessary and one good seven acre tobacco barn. gs ' SELECTION J AND CARE UTENSILS SIMPLIFIED j mn" yrar. OF USEFUL Easier to Keep Dirt From Walks, Step and Porches Than to Clean Rugs and Carpets. jl (Prepared by the t'nlled States Depart-micf Atrlculture ) Keeping the dirt out of the house as far ok ixmlhlo In the rut step In simplifying hnuso'tfcnnlng. It Is cosier to keep wnlkir, step, porchc. and sills etian thnn to runove the dirt from rut and floors after It has been tucked Inside tbe house. Clean shoes nnd rubbers mean less dirt for the housekeeper to combat. When cleaning, remove the dust night methods mean thoroughly, not scattering the dust about tn sett'.e again. Do the heavy cleaning a little nt a time and avoid the spring and fall bouse cleaning. 11 This is an opportunity you can't afford to overlook. REPORT OF THE CONDITION First Decide if Device Will Pay (or Itself in Long Run. Often They Are Cumbertome and Dim-cul-t to Clean Few Drop of Water Sprinkled on Duiter TaVea Up the Dirt Eatlly. Own Your TERMS VERY EASY. Own Home. MUSIC BY BAND. Citizens National Bank orUNLOTCK KV.ATTHK Close of Business, June HK'Ul'hCKM. 30, 1920 u Uaia4itina4. Ilti 'ar att4 kilU rv4lruuMUl ka (iwiill.iKanl alkr lku )( alllt fvilrtal I il.l i HUM s rMkilMl u earv eneaixtva h kMHl l r talael lajiota Oan4 wt aaediMl War ltirlliaU alxlTlolllHi a.n m Mwe inllr IIMlsl t'f4rai HMr Haak iHI rvnt it aabaeillhui lvf baaae Value i'l Lal' r"fie alia etrral l(rirte IWiak (kali in vault aal ul laiwnli I' as fi l.led tv l.tM w ii.oa; i; f iM Ml lki liakka abd laka Nl aula ilur milcHimniri in lb. mm in, knitHlaln mlliri Ihau larma t'ullit flae Irvm HalMUkl 11 l I Reilenil'lloii luad Willi I' it Tnaa urn ami ilu li"W U Trraiarrr II litMl larunt iHit aal ollKll Nalia awl H rutlMate nl in llena U Uur II hvai uk "il"f bank a lulbe ai rliTorinaallem rnllK l(i lethrr Ibaa aaaie litl i ert Itwjau w ki . Kmitklilr aal t !! aa ( I.lAllll.lTIKk. MU000 ai.lli HiKi iaM In J)0U Nari4ualuBt IH I Uli.llli.lr.l Molla. IbUiiiI av4 illieoHHI eallielrM or lu adhkuaa al aikiarllr r'diO aud nii iarae4 lkhiatlnli I lit aialinr Moi walilaiaNaa Kel amiilu o taaki kknt balilrli Ih Ih Cult i ani Irml .! kiAia aHtl luivltfH eoulilrlaa I InlliU Hull lttflUilnl IiiM ur am M ! ka inilllalnlllir frrllHrl l ilwlMlklta lUlllMI I iiHIiltlilai k'l 4l It lorlieek l.ilflMivi nl ilatMiill fallirr km than lor muarr Iwliuavitl HUH l)ralilr.iithr than allh led all Kkwrira lnk. Ilieludln Clean carpet sweepers frequently. lipleirullur Muuer OblKatlou liiiiuttnl.otlirr than mtlamaur Kmpty tlm box on dump newspaper and it use old scissors and buttonhook or vr. Total confs comb to remove the hairs and LUbilitlrifor rr!i.cuuii.uttifi Ihau dirt on the brashes. Keep the hear allh Knlrral kmlla llallk I ail l.tWiai logs oiled. Ilia iel an ia: Hraitor k'axii'Ck t. Count r or ! I. Ull. lTl(liuntraililrrotlhalK)Velialiir1 Useful Vacuum Cleaner. aarar thai Ih ahum alale urulla tru to lb I brilnl ur kuaalriliie and A carpet sweeper or a vacuum cleanLalUI. ii liaililum Oililrl HnWtlUt aud aauru lu Unloia uiilbli Dili, er should be used In the dally cleaning or the rarpela and rugs. A vacuum n. i liiniif. Noiarr I'nlille. cleaner operated by hand or electric My Cowmlialon Kii.Un Jaanatr fc. IHI all Cuaktcr Alltil. W lmer remote practicallyand the dust I J Haiikav ' llliei-ioiIn ru and flirt from csrpfta b IIvmun j J Mum dusllrss manner. 111 roHii-atiU- rl j device, IVfnre buylnc any hoiiM-holdecide whether it will pay for lUclf lo the lone run by avltit time nnd ktrenctb or wear and tear, or If It will make ome especially dlnacreeable tak l)elcea which can lek unpleakaiit. be ued for many purjxe ar- - aeldom employed by the houekeeper for more than one, and often they lire more cumbersome to handle and" leaa easily cleaned. on broom. bruhe. handle and dustpan aave the back, the office of home economic kitchen of the department of atrlculture aucBeM. A cleanlnc cloth ahould be anft and loosely woven, no that It will take up dirt easily and Itself be easy to clean. up dirt better If a A iliikter tnke few drops of water or oil are Fprlnkled on It. Ilcwnre of too much moisture or For win-In- t oil, for It leave streak. very dirty place ue soft paper, wnicn may ne cotton waste, or ' thrown awuy. Keep the cleanlns thlnt together In n convenient place. Tut , them away clean. Ilnne lrulu-- tnopa brooms when not In use. and runn atrtnt tnotis by nhaklnc over a damp newspaper or a can. Never hake in tho open air unless you are turo the dirt will tint troabl you or Wash occasionally your neighbor. In hot water with washing, soda or soap and dry quickly. Sprinkle a few drop of oil on the oil mops after cleaning. (flitiarid by the Untied Bute Depart mint of Acrlcultur.), - W. II. Matthews of Greensboro, N.'C., the South's great- est Auctioneer, will cry the sale Uno Ins ingly. Too much of either Injure wood and all finishes as well us weakening due, paste, and cement. Always rub until dry the surface which has been dampened. Train the family to leave things In Good place and In good condition. housekeeper. water and cleaning agents spar- Free souvenirs to those attending the sale, if you are on hand promptly at 10:30 A. M. habits aro worth cultivating, and this one also simplifies the work of the, i 1 Ladies always welcome, at this sale especially invited. I rat, LaaaML J m rhouse O.T. Wallace Hllce of fresh cucumber aro a very good tonic for the skin. a , Ail Around & Co Always empty the water out of kettle before reillnng It. a. LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY. I'olato satad should be made boiled, not baked. HiUtos. k Of cold Iced tea Is Improved by some slices of orange as well as lemon. k O. T. Wallace and W. M. Nicholls, Mgrs. G. C. g The pantry shelves are best covered with white oilcloth, cut to fit. a a Walker, L.ocal Mgr. The stove will keep Its ixillsh If It rubbed dally with a newKpaier. a l Use uorax In tepid water for waib-losilk handkerchiefs. Iron dry. a A a paint brush la excellent In retuof-In- t dut from carving on furniture. 8 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July I 5, 920 1 i 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. IT DESIGNS BEAUTIFULLY COLORED, WITH FLOOR PLANS, AND ALL DETAILS PLETELY OUTLINED BY A MODERN BUILDING SERVICE. BUILD A HOME OF CONSTRUCTION COM- Bastin Lumber Co Exclusive Representatives of National Builders Bureau. Classified Column RATES i LOST Last Saturday .a pocket-- ! Pigmy Race. book containing about $30.00. A libThe natives of the Andaman tv will be given to finder. eral reward lands, bay of lien sal, average three Jim Locker, Lancaster, Ky. feet eleven Inches In height and lt-pRoute No. 3. vrslgti under seventy pounds. LOST On Iluckeye pike, black boy. Finder straw hat for small pleate call, Mrs. Lige Ford, lt-p0 Ths "Burning Stone." Sulphur Is one of the oldest known eUtnenls; the anclsnt Assyrian al Phone 329-chemists retarded It as the principle TIREIN.SOLES. ih. "Mil. Multi- of combustion on account of Its own Seven insertions for the termed plier" the greatest miracle-worke- r for Inflammability, and literally It burning" meaning price of five. making all automobile tires "PUNC Phone orders must be paid 3 TURK PROOF". Eliminates trou-ble- stone. ? promptly. increases resiliency. Doubles Superstitions of ths Great. & Tire Mileage. Dr. Samuel Johnson, no It Is recordCoy Sanders. Agt. ed, would never enter a room left foot foremost, and brave Mnnhal Saxu FOR SALE; Two dandy yearling was In terror at the sight of n cat. New George II. Hobinson Jersey bulU. Peter the Great was In a tremor of 1'lione I SI, Lancaster. Ky. at Frank Murksbury's warehouse; fear If he had to cross a bridge, and government inspected, double weave, ISyron turned pale If he spilled salt at and tie the table. If you need a roof let me sell you double filled, mildew-proo- f jtorne Cortright Metal Shingles. The ropes attached. Only $20. Beginning of Qrait Industry. best made and as cheap as wood. d In ItEM a Portuguese baric, Oeorge Smith. Sr. or Lease. bound from Madngnscur, driven My "0 acre farm 3 miles east of from her course by temiiesta, was KOIt SALE: Five Pasenger. Ford Lancaster, otf Richmond pike one-ha- forced to take shelter In the harbor car in first class condition at a barmile. 30 ucres of this land has of Charleston, 8. C nnd I tie captnln. gain. Inquire at Deatherage Cur-agbeen a bluegruss pusture between CO In return for courtesies extended him, tMO-tf- . and 70 years. The best of land for presented Oov. landgrave Smith with a bag of rice seed, uhlrh Smith plant Danville Ky., has 3 any thing that grows. Will rent for ed that year In accordunro with the T. A. Hrjiilny, year of 1921, or leuse for a term of captain's Instructions, nnd from head of fine high grade Hereford, this cow third calf heifer 2 years old, years. Would be glad to hear from crop sprang the present tremendous rice Industry lu tho southern United old, Natural anyone interested. bull calf, six month G. V. Conn, State. I'olls, beautttn. 82t. 211 N. Carey St. Baltimore Md. FOR SALE: lira nd new Thornhill The Bishop's Bos. The tint loilioi ot V.h Carnl'na. wagon and set of harnwi. Priced generally John Stark Rnirnorr tf' right. A. V. Kavannugh. What Appsaltd to Robert. Ills father wusu't anxious Id tiavn spoke of tin clergy 'it der niir, us If his own rhildren and Mr. Robert pl.iy with a certain urchin In they wi-rlanguage Marshall IXdaucey Haywnrd In his whoa FOR SALE Registered Duroc the neighborhood book, "Lives of pigs at farmers prices; also sbme high wasn't always proiHT. no he said. Carolina," says the lllshnps of North that lllxhop Ravens-cro"Robert, seems to me that boy always bred, cholera immuned, stock shoats, lovnl them like children, and you I'd has a dirty fact1; If I now and pigs at ithippcrs prices. wus loved lu return ns a father Is play with aomeone else that Is clean T. J. Underwood, Phone love. " wouldn't give my fourteen er.M To which Robert responded. Paint Lick, Ky. "Why, daddy, I don't need to look at boys for your wliolu diocese!" was his fact but he's sot the best legs on hit proud declaration to a rector of a futhlonnhle elnirrh In New York. the ball team." NOTICE. "brim-atone,s, Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Brand Tarpaulins For Rent hnini-wnr- lf e. e ft 7-- Notice is hereby given that blunk Firu Polices Nos. 188361 to 188100 both inclusive, ulsu blank tornado Polices Nos. 133001 to 133026 both , inclusive, of the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. of Liverpool, England, have been lost from our office, and the public is hereby cautioned against the acceptance of any of said polices, as no claims thereunder will b recognized by the Company. Elmore and Hopper, Agents. 7.16.31 ii i mi.' MHi,tn ' i Iiim The WHIhi H h.i' Ii.mi. lie time to do toMrrt done today. Thul u.we eoHteniHit Stitikepeuns tlaie seldom emphasizes the idea wlefi lie says: "You can't turn the wheel wlih the wa-tthat Is past." Another wrltr bss said: "Procrnsllnstlnn Is tti thief of time." It's a mere ale to conscience, and tomorrow with Its own quota of Job has ao time nor room for what should hare been dous yesterday. ' Uh.t hi mr iw rr UrIC Concealed In Earth's Oosom. many wonderful Tlie earth objects, both nMurnl nd maii'iirade, that are being discovered from time to time. Remains of prehistoric animals and plants, skeletons and mummies, coins and Jewelry, statues, old records, aboriginal implements and tos, even whole burled cities have been found from time to time. Msmraoths have been unearthed whole In frozen HI berla. Their bones or those of their relative, the mastodons, have been dug out la Alaska, In New York state not far from the Hudson river, and la New Koglsud. Largest Membership. Thert Wis a Reason. Mary returned from Sunday school The French Legion of Honor has a much larger membership thaa any oth- and complained that one of the little boys hsd slspped her. The following er prominent order. Sunday the mother asked her If the boy had slapped her sgatn. "No." imBotrs Long Opposed Railways. For a loog time the lloers refused plied Msry. "I didn't call his little sinto sanction the conitructlnn of rail- ter a monkey today, so he didn't slsp ways In the Transvaal on the ground me." that nowhere were such contrivances Peculiar Superstitions. mentioned In the Whin. No one can give any reaon why a horseshoe is considered lucky. Th" Wife Is Bess In Abyssinia. Abyssinia, It Is ssld. gives great original belief was that It kept out authority to Uie wife. It Is her priv- witches. A novel wart cure Is tho pebbles In ilege to abuse her husband, snd she placing of n number of numwith can divorce him at pleasure, whetv a bag. corresponding warts the supare as the husband must show cause If ber of warts. The when the bag Is posed to disappear be wishes to divorce his wife. thrown away, and the person who finds the bug Is expected to find the of Tools. Proptr Care warts as welt All good tools should be wrapped op, otherwise they will rust, nnd nut Nature's Wise Supervision. dulls their cutting edges. The caro-fi- ll The port Imjwirtnnt played by the wraps his tools in n r weather as a means of preventing the woolen cloth, well oiled. The cart- too rapid development nf the plant life wraps all polished tools ful chauffeur of the world run be realized only when before-- putting Ihetu In the tool boi needs away from the stor- wi consider the vast numtier ofatmos-pher- e and keeps them will produced, If conditions of the fumes of which age batter'. fuvnred a mom even temperaquickly rum them. ture nil uver the earth, as was probably the condition In the early history Cleaning Books. the planet, them would be fewer Most faintly libraries are disfigured of the In varieties of plant life, hecuusrt oy one or two once lovely volumes mom rapidly producing plants would unpractical bindings of pale silk or crowd out the others. white leather dimmed by grime. Art gum or a sort of knesded eraser may Orchid Crossbrssdlng. clean them. If not. try line powdered Whllu orchids from the wilds hara pumice, lightly applied with a cfenn thamula. This is what picture deal-rr- s remarkable and luturestlng characterthey nre being rivaled and surum! to clean the margins of old istics, passed by new forms produced by prints. It roughens the surfucu less of hybridization In tho greenhouse than rubber. exHrt. Now, the hybrids are many In number and am supplanting the Hindu Youth Precocious. older varieties In part because ot A tourist traveling In India wrote their t'xijulslte beauty of color and homo thnt he wns astonished by the form, their lucrvascd fragrance and precocity of the Hindu children, saya their greater eM of cultivation. It the Home Joiirnst. Marty of them Is slow work, tins crossbreeding ot sru skilled workmen at ar, age when orchids, but t Is marvulously fasciother children are learning the alpha nating. bet. One of tho most expert carvers In wood he saw was a hoy of seven, Why Ota's Host Is Cold. and many of the handsomest and most Trndltlou gives a droll explanation y costly rugs and carpets ore woven by of the iioso of the canine? Noah had aoaie anxious nnd annoying children not )ct In their 'teens. moments whon he wiu tr Inc to coax the animals Into the nrV. They ran Sssk the Higher Llfs. Wliatuver you do, be greater than hither and thither aud gave him nl your calling; let your manhood over end of bother until he hsd m dog chase top your position, your wealth, your them, making them go, where they belonged. Attending' strlillS? to his duty title--. Masterful living, constant growth toward a higher life, art) the great and not giving up until the last pig ends of human existence. Your catl- and hyena were safely Inside the ark, ing should bo the great school of Ufa, the dog himself was the last to get character aboard. So be wa oMiged tn squeexe the great ti the water builder, that which should broaden, blmsl( In with his deepen and round out Into symmetry, during the wholv uf the vo)iige, an adventure that haa made the uoes of harmony and beauty alt the faculties within you-- Orison Hwett his descendants cold aud wet forever mora. Harden la Chicago Nawa, can-enteever-chill- Aftsr ths Night, ths Morning. The eternal stsra shins out as soon aa It Is dark enough. Carlle. First get sn absolute conquest over thyself and thru thou wilt easily gov ern Uiy wife. Fuller. Weather Affsets Wstchss. wtll o.'tt-- break dawn unexpectedly owing to a sudden Changs) In the weather breaking the mainspring. A watch Words of Wise Man. Longfellow In Westminster Ahbsy. Amoag the memorlsl tablets or statues In Weatmlnsler abbey stands bust of Longfellow, the only American who has been o h nored, . Nssr Enough. A certain retired HrllMi colonel tells a story of a dusky bishop who onco weut to a function In towu. He gave bts ns me to the flunky as the bishop of Honolulu, but the man failed to catch It, and believing that In the esse of a negro bishop all things weru possible, announced him as "the bishop of Hallelujah." Htrhangn. Painting. " The powers exerted In th mechanical part of the art havo bison called the language of painters; but wn msy ssy, that It Is but poor eloquetico which only shows that the orator can talk. Words should be employed as the means, not as the end: Langusge Is the Instrument, conviction Is tho work. "Tha Discourses of Sir Joshua Reynolds." Food Value of Potatoes. That potutoes differ widely In foot value Is shown by a report of the government's scientific committee. It Is laid down that the most useful potato for food Is the one which contains tho Isrgest amount of dry matter. Where two varieties am practically equal In this respect the nitrogen they contain enters Into the estimation ot their feeding quality. Famous Small Bells. where they The source of the dinner table "call bells" N not always trareiihle. Homo come from old churches, ne God-give- hsva served as altar bells, eapeclalty thoso that have last's quotations ou the medallions ou the shies of their d goo TliOMt that represent fsmous personage art after ths fashion of the period In which their deeds made theui fsmlllsr figures In the public eye. Soma am patterned after the bells In certain fsmous caliae Ilk ths copies of bells front the famous Miller collection in Oe.lI forula. cup-shsp- i. Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. YIAR Efght Pace THIRTT.'riRST LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 15. 1920. SUFFRAGE Would Hurt The South Sajrt MUt Who Hock, Former NUMBER 17. U. OF KYCOURSE Officers And Counljr Just received a car load of the brated light running cele- Leadar, On School Laws Attendance Superintendents Will lie Pupils Ausutt 2nd. to 14lh. Aerts "Comini That Rlfhl to Vol Anil Cheapens BROWN WAGONS. Women." Come in and see them at the following prices which are below what wagons would cost us on the market today. inch, U by 8 tire tire 3 inch, U by 3 inch, 2 by 8 tire tire.,. 3 inch, 2 by 2 3-- 4 5-5-- 8 5-5-- 8 . .- $140. $145. $155. $160. Boodloe A Sure Walker Bros Flowers, aeem Intended for the solace of ordinary humanity; children love them; iult. tender, contented, ordinary people love them a they crow; luxurious nnd dlorderly Hipl rejoice In them gathered; they m the cottager's treasure; and In the crowded town mark, as with a little broken fragment of rnlnltow, the windows of Flower Thing That Is Sure Profit tome to the men who take advantage of sure opportunities, lluy Liberty llowis now, while market price are favornlde. They are "back-e- l by the nation's strength." Dally Thought. Where slmuld th sebolar lle? In soltttude ir In eetyj In the rnsHi ntltlneM of the country, wltw he ran heir the heart of Nature IhU or in the dark, gray town wlere he can hear anil feel Uie throbbing heart of man) Umgfellow the worker covenant of In jece. wboe heart rest the Itiisklu. t7,) THINK OF IT 50000 Persona Publicly Recommend Our Remedy. Some Art Lancas- Indian Mound, Kansas City. The Indian mound In the northeast part of Kansas city was built about yearn aro, according to lIward part of Kansas City was built about who has made nn exhaustive study of prehlttorlc tnoumU In tba United h'tate. Ttds mound Is one mile northof Sheffield on thu high bluff overlooktne tbo Missouri river and tne vaney of the llluo rUer. It la called Indian moumL It probably was a .Ignal mound. Movements ol "Big Dipper." The naval observatory aays that Uia "IHg Dlpjier" moves In a circle around the pole star once in every 1SI hours, M minutes, this txdng the length f n day. When nlxivo the pole th constellation motes from east to west; when below-- thu pole from west to east. Thu motion Is apparent only, being due to thu nctual rotation of the earth, and, like tbo diurnal morion of the sun and moon, takes placo In the opHtte direction to that of the earth's i Annie Knoxvtlle, Tenn., Ml Kentucky's Department of Public Brook, of I.os Angeles, former equnl Instruction, in cooperation with the sulfrnge lender, in n letter to W. K. University of Kentucky and the Lake Anderson, representative In the low- Division, American iled Cross, will er house of the Tennessee Legisla- conduct ii school for attendance of ture, urge him to support ratifica- ficers anil county superintendents nt tion of the suffrage adincmlincnt. the University Aug. 'J to 14, at which Suirrugc, she says, "coarsens nnd will be discussed the various prob cheapens women." She expresses lems of school attendance and those regret as to her former nctlvities In especially growing out of the comits behalf, saying that since suff- pulsory attendance law of Kentucky. rage has been granted there has been The entire Held of compuliory at an nlormlng Increase In immorality, tendance in the United States, child divorce nml murder In Cnlifornln. labor laws, national and State; the The letter follows: meaning of the compulsory' attend "I wim one of the prominent work- ance law nnd methods of enforcing ers Mho helped to brim; sutfrage to it; problems of juvenile delinquency California, nml I regret it. and dependency; treatment of first "A year in politics has taught me offender nml suggestions for solv that women are intolerant, radical, ing the problems will be among the revolutionary nnd more corrupt in topics. politics than men; nUo all this Officers of the shcool are Superin reform lead, to the Socialis- tendent of Public Instruction, Ceo. tic cooperative commonwealth. M. Colvin. President Frank L. y "Since sulfragc there has been nn nml Professor C. B. Cornell, of dialarming incrense in immortality, the University. Professor Cornell vorce nnd murder, in California. will abm represent the Ked Cross. bus mode suffrage "Woman Room may be obtained nt Pattercowards nnd nuppets of men. It son Hall ami there will be no fees. has coarsened mid cheapened worn Meals may be obtained at the Unien. Were the men to vote on wom versity cafeteria and all who reserve an suffrage in California today, it rooms at Patterson Hall must furnNh file. would nut carry. their own bed linen. "Sutrrtig.it asked for suffrage The new school U intended to give Problem of Ancient History. that they mlht put only good men a good start to the operation of the Another thing we never could under- in offiee; now they rbtmr far a fifty-fift- y new county attendance officer law. stand was why the man show far all otfk-er- . which goes into effect with the open- who had snakes In tils hoots staggered more titan be llmpl. 'Dallas New. "I shall Mo penance forever for ing of the school this year. the pnrt I ployed in bringing sui!" Lecture Topici All Learn rage to California. Statu of compulsory attendance JspnueM children begin to study "Ileswe urge .your collongwes Hot In the United States. In their earliest years, for It to do what will bring regret and dis is a nystem of physical culture, by-- j Sehool legislation in Kentucky. inter .but to stand for tlmt UU per CWW Iuibor Law National and glene nnd ethics, besides helng a form cent of women who do not of and offense. A scries State. all suffrage but are glad to exercises to giro strenzth and Ilex- - J The meaning of the compulsory of Iblllty to the limbs arc first taught: lutes and governmental utruirs to later the pupil Is shown the tlno art of I their husband. fathers, sons and law nnd methods for enforcing it The function and scope of the at- uslns an adversary's strength against i ttruths-ra- i himself, which Is the real prlndplo of' "To the South woman suffrage tendance officer non-attenMc-Veset-up' Jlu-JltsJiu-jits- officer, teneher. county superintendAs As ent nnd county boird of education. Itclatlon of attendance officer to "Ajre, there's the rub," you think other county nnd Sute offkert and when you dream of Aladdin's slaves, officials. Aladdin never had slaves half so powMethods of cooperation with Uveal erful a the man who has savings. agencies. Begin today with War Savings Truancy: Causes and Curies. Stamp, "always worth more than Value of social serrfee training in they ciMt you." enforcing schsol attendance. Itclatlon of school attendance to The Sunflower. public health. The modern suntlouer wa formerly Ilelntlon of school attendance to catted solsoece, the sun follower. Ia those day the marUold wat called farm ownership. School ntetndince and citizenship. tbo sunflower. The attendance officer a medium The Dlack-Cip- . between home and school. ono of the songster Th htack-cnMedical inspection and school sanof Kngltnd, stags a sweet, full, clear itation. but short strain, and expresses a great The value of community organiza- rarlety of tones, surpa.wd only by tions in school attendance. the nightingale. Illackap aro mont Kconomic aspect frequently found In orchards and of garden. nnre. Hurnl recreation. Sugar Can. (!ood roads, transportations and The leaves of the sugar cano am consoldiation. stalks are. Problems of Juvile delinquency. long and narrow, and tbn very much hard nnd thick. It looks The attendance officer a probation like growing corn, but grows someofficer. what taller at times as high as 15 to Dependency. Method of caring IS feet. After the cano ripens. It U for the feeble mnded insane and epil- cut and taken to a sugar mllL eptics. Walk Around a Ring. The nttendanee officer a public Investigator made A Tennessee welfare agent. .Method of treatment for first of- series of more than fifty experiments for the purpose of disproving the asserfenders. tion that blindfolded persons walk In Kentucky's Sagges-tinn- s problems. circles, but bo was unable to do so. for solving them. for all the persons In the tests departPreliminary organisation and of- ed from the straight linn ni they, . fice walked away from the starting point. Heports. statistics, record ami Certain Fate Dad Habits In Canaries. When a canary bird plucks feathers from tho young birds, place them In a smalt nursery cage suspended from tha side of tho breeding cage In a manner that will nllovr feeding between this wire, ns the young birds should not ba remored entirely from their parents until they aro able to crack tbo food upon which they must feed- - A Plan That Will Work trl fior .; lt would bring more than calamity." Cooperation between atterJance Ask you employer or broker to sell you Liberty Bonds on installments, and take advantage of the opportunity presented by present market prices. Or save up until you have enough to buy u $50 bond. War j Savings Stamps will help you save. ter P.opl.. Ovnr one hundrod thousand haro recommended I loan a Kidney PIIU, Kor Utckacho, khlney. urinary IIU, Ptfty thousand signed In public print Art appearing no Hom of them are Line aster people. Hmn an pubtlah! In Ni other remedy shows such proof examPollow thU Lancaster man ple. W. 8. Carrier, merchant. Public "I hd dull uackavrbos Squaro, nay that bothnred me. wplallv during thn night nnd my kidneys acted Irregularly t used Doon Kidney Pill, procured nt Ktorme'a lrug Store and the tAcknch and other signs of trouble disappeared I haro hal cut roturn of the troablo " Don't Prlco fiOc, at all dealer Imply ask for a kidney remedy K"t Dosn's Kidney I'llU the am that fr Carrier had Ksler Mdbum Oo Mfri . Iluffalo, N V What It Cost a Candidate. (Hopkinsville Xew Krn.) that politics l warming up, this tale, from the scrnphook of a Hopkinsville lady, is apropos. It's the sworn statement of u Ceorgia in the primaries for man beaten County Commissioner: I.ol l.n-I- hours of sleep thinking about the election. Lost two front teeth and a whole lot of hair in a personal encounter with an opponent. Donated one beef, four shouts and five sheep to a county barbecue, (inve uwuy two pairs of suspenders, four calico dresses, Jf cash and thirteen baby rattles. Kissed 12fi babies. Kindled fourteen kitchen fres. Put up four stoves. Walked 4,070 miles. Shook hands with !,r08 perlies nnd talked sons. Told 10,101 enough to mnke, in print, 1,000 volumes. Attended sixteen revival meetings and was baptized four times by Immersion and twice sone othContributed $60 to foreign er way missions, and made love to nine grass N'ow EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY rotation. Real Source Of Power The higher the dam, the more the power, as any engineer will tell you. Did it ever occur to you that savings are your dnm, nnd thnt your power in the world Is In proportion to the AT SCOTTS BI& STOEE OTHERS ADVERTISE IS DAY SALES, WE kid-no- y height of them? lluy War Savings Stumps, and build the dam higher. HAVE 365 SALES DAYS Will It Pay? I I I 1 u Thnt it the first thing we think about when we go to invest n dollnr. Then comet the question Will it Pay to drive to tlryanttvillc to do your trading? We know we can save you money on the following and many other things not listed in this ad. J Hugged widows, maids, (lot dog-bi- t and was defeated." forty-nin- e old thirty-nin- e times Every Day in the year is a Bargain Day at our store, and we are 10 per cent cheaper on every article in our store, than the other fellow who advertisees 15 Day Sales. Come and get our prices and be convinced. We can save you money on DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, HARDWARE, AND GROCERIES. 'To The Citizens of caster, Ky. Lan-- ; TIN-WAR- E I I Deering Binder Twine 17c per pound. Now car load of wire fence, which is going- at the following prices: (ioc. Pour foot No. 9 top and bottom 7oc. Four foot, heavy weight Four foot, G in. stay heavy weight.. 85c. Heavy cattle barb wire $G for spool SO rd Heavy Hog barb wire, heaviest made $6.50 per spool of 80 rods. Fresh car load of salt at $3.48 per seven bushel barrels. Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. 1RYANTSV1LLE, KENTUCKY. Honorable Mayor, City Council and I People of Ijtncnster, Ky: Whereas, the franchise now held by f us is void by reason of being in con-- I Ilict with the State Constitution, nnd Whereas, we have no franchise for t operating our plant in the City of I Ijincnstcr, Ky., because the same Is void as aforesaid, thu City Council of the City of Lancaster, Ky., and the public generally are hereby notified that wo will on August 1st, 101!0, or us soon thereafter as practical, move all our poles and electrical equipment from the streets of the city of Lancaster, Ky, This notice is given ns a legal notice, as we understand that reasonable notico must be given before we can remove said property and discontinue said plant. Wo are willing to do anything we enn to with the city in sc. curing a franchise for the purpose of furnishing electric light and power to the citliens of the city, but we can not continue it further without additional equipment, and this we can not do at the present rates and without a legal franchise protecting ut in our rights. Done this April 20th, 1920. Respectfully submitted, 11AST1N BROTHERS, By II. V. Utstln. tf We have about 100 PAIR of MENS and LADIES SHOES and SLIPPERS that we will sell at ONE HALF PRICE and every pair of SHOES in our entire stock is 25 per cent cheaper than the cheapest sale prices. We are headquarters for Paris Green, Fruit Jars, Extra Tops and Rubbers for same. Our prices are right at all times on every item. at We have neither Mama nor Dad to pay, but we have bills to pay. Come and see us, you will get a fair deal. Yours for business, THE A. T. Big Store Scott & Son, Props. The Con A ' M .HI) r, Ky. Thursday. July I 5, 1920 CARDS.) M. S. EFFICIENCY OF ILLINOIS FARMS COMPARED RESIDENCE PROPERTY. IN BUILDING LOT. GARAGE AT HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrard Dank. Residence 376. Phones Office 5. KENTUCKY, LANCASTER, DANVILLE. J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, -- 1 KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hour 8 lo 12 and 1 AUCTION MONDAY, JULY 19th COURT DAY AT 1:30 O'CLOCK, P. M. to 5 p.m. ' J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL Office An admirable locntion. Right in the business icction of the City, on Main Street, unci on Second Street. THE PROPERTY OF R. M. ARNOLD. Right DIRECTOR Hank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone.27 LANCASTER. KY. Orrr National M. J. PATRICK, ; Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night. Phone 317. KENTUCKY LANCASTER Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. JOHN Ky ,R.FD, No. 3 CO. WHITE LOUISVILLE, KY. Liberal assoetmeet and lull valiM easel UIK Hides and Goat Skins CUD? laR The undersigned hereby give warn-Vi- e to nil persons 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. It. L. Elkin, Mrs. Cora Phillips. Mrs. Emma Daniels, K. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Iligginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. S. C. Kigsby. POSTED 0. M. Anderson. It. L, Barker U. L. Kclley. J. C. Kigsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy Largest Known Potato. The department of agriculture says that the weight of the largest Iotnto recorded In Its office I between seven nnd eight ounds. There may have been larger ones produced, but the department ha no record of 1L Hazelwood Sanatorium tht For Treatnunt of TubtreuJoth by the Loulitille Association (or the adequate tieatnicnt of In all Its stages at Un lUn an. lUtcs $15.00 per week, boaid, medical attention, bundiy, etc. High c'ound Mtlntalnrd ls tubei-culotls Delight- ful sunoundings. Special tales for M IHtlWll tm C- WMttl (M4lSU. h t,mum Ini h' -'i. II SMTWUT, fnHUM UJ.t Corn Harvester in Operation Where Condition! Are Favorable the Corn Binder Increases Efficiency of Man Labor About 50 Per Cent I (fin and tr the fnltrd Slain plow, about .A mt cent rtntcl thnt rr.rnt f Arricult are i ,1irseMlrnMn gung plow, nn.l (nfJP Tin- - relative efficiency of plow of tti ue of tractors r cent different hick, the value of I lie tractor fur plow Inc. ! Sulky Plows Popular. ccinrcd with horst. the saving f I., . flrn lil.uli.r . lin Iii4il.r . . .... .... p . A large majority of the fnrnier mid iimncrou older implement, nml sulky plow, nearly nil of other fact. hearing im farm mntmce-inc- thrill with three hore In the spring. arc dlseneil by specialist of Three ncre I an uvrrnge day' work the office of farin management. In n for this outfit. Kor the comparatively bulletin recently Jsued. Tin- - public- farmers nlng 14 Inch sulky plow tion discii"e in Oetnli the simulant with three horse In spring, plowing dn' work In central llllnol; thnt I. nbout three acres I an nverage day' the umount of work thnt tin' fls.1 farm work. While theoretically the 111 Inch cr Includ.M In tho lnvctlgnlion plow should cover nbout IS per rent do In that part of Hit work ilny ' more ground In the nme li nf .looted to a then fnrtn operation, time, thl apparently has not been such a the iiiimlx r of acres plowed found true In practice. ultli a given equipment. ,Iti some In- Teams Preferred. stance the rate of work I given In The grcntcr number of four-horr the bulletin In number of minute team nnd even some team load, n In lending anil unloading hay, on H IikIi sulky plows fur fall plow-In- g I or hauling nml spreading niHiiure. accounted for by the fart thnt I'rom the Hsu res published one mny plowing In the full I usually nlKiut one pet a good Idea of the rate nt which Inch than In tin- - spring, nnd dltTereut farm operation are done In nKi by the fact that the ground I gen- the parts of the corn belt In question ernlly dry nnd hard to turn. Un an Kor example, it Is shown that one iiihii nverage, outfit of the same slie cover Uk from 70 to M) r cent more with ' nbout n half acre les per ilny In the horse-drawgang plow ' fnll than In tin spring, due not only the plow-- . thnti with the lo the mor.i dlfflcutt conditions men- Figure nre git en for iprlng and fnll tlotied nbove, but nlso to the fact that In the field In nUiut two--I Rowing, hnrrowing, plnntlng, culthnt-Ing- , the time harvesting, huklng. uttllng, third of an hour le per day In the enr corn, unloading oats, load- fall. In spring plowing, the ing and unloading liny, nnd hauling As I the ca plow ievm to cover practl-rall- y nnd spreading manure. The bulletin I ns much ground per d.iy a the entitled "The Standard Day's Work Copies may be In Central Illinois." sire, provided both nre drawn by tbo same number of liorr.. The hnd by nddreslng the United Stnte department of agriculture, Washing- nddltlon of the fourth horso Increase the efficiency of the unit by about 10 ton. D. C. The farms represented by this In- per cent and the addition of 'the fifth In plow result quiry are fairly typical of those horse to the throughout the middle western states, a slinllnr Increase. Kxceptinc under a sulky plow fnvornblo conditions, since the average crop aren Is H17.-acres and an average of 32.1 acre I seem to be somewhat of an overload never planted to crops. Com Is the for three horse of the slie nnd tjpe of ued on these farm. principal product, nt lent one-haMany Gang Plows Used. the crop area being devoted to It, nnd Over 450 men reported using horse-drawin Importance. the oat crop Is gang plows on their fsnn. The gTound cultivated In most About 60 per cent of these plow hnve Is level, nnd so represents easbottom. Mot of the remainier working condition than rolling off ing plow- have h bottoms. Some rugged country. bottoms were The nverage time spent In the Held, plows with but the number wns u small exclusive of tho time ued In going to nnd returning from the Held, at that no figure on their performance s of the morning, noon, and night. Is reported nre given. Over by thec men na ten hour nnd ten men who use gang plow also reorted minute per day devoted to spring the un of sulky pious. A comparison of nil nverage day' work nnd corn cultivation; nine I Held hour nnd .V. minute for hnylng and work for HVInch sulky plftvvs nnd I grain hnrvestlng; nine hours nnd IV) Inch gnng plows show thnt so far n minutes for fall plowing and preparing horse labor I concerned the gang lovr ground; nnd nine hours nnd 1!U min- drawn by four horse I the most efficient unit In both spring and fall. In ute for corn hurt est. the spring this outfit rover one and n Important Facts Emphasised. er day per hor-e- . while Among the Hgnlllcnnt facta brought quarter acre both the sulky plow drawn by three out by this inquiry miiy be mentioned horse and the gnng plow drawn by five the following: cover one acre r day Under conditions where tho use of n horse two-rocorn cultivator Is practicable, horse. Tlie gnng plow ilniwu by sit of an this machine enables one man on those horses covers but farm to cover nearly twice as much ncre per horse. In thu fall four horse with tin? gang liground per day a with n one-roculti vator. Threw horse are most com- plow cover 1.0 acre per horse, while cultivator three horse on the sulky plow nnd monly used on the. two-roand tho uddltlon of n fourth horw ap- five liori.es on the gang plow cover parently Increases but little tho amount ucre iiinl .01 ncre per borne, rcpcc-tlv.lFour horse on the sulky plow of ground covered per day. Them fanners II ml thnt the u of and six horses on the gang plow cover m corn binder Increases the efficiency .72 nnd .78 ncru per hore, resiectlvely. evidently n of man labor W) per cent over that However, the gang I ailileved when culling and shocking by heavy load for four horse In the fall, excepting under favorable condition. hand. gang plow I a Houiewlint Eighty bushels was an average day's Tim work on these furins for one mun when heavier loud for sic horse, the most tiiim used In the fall, busking corn from the standing stalk popular-sizethnn Is the liVlmii sulky for four by hand. I n lighter load thnn the Tho use of a portable elevator re horse, but sulky for three horse. duce the time required lo unload grain As fur ns man labor I concerned, Into the bin by about 75 per cent. , Tho use of it hay loader reduce by the gang plow drawn ly lt liorse about 25 per cent the time required In of course, the most (ItUient unit both put on n load of hay. 'the umount of In the spring nnd fall, but when hnrsq labor required for unloading Into tin; labor as well ns mnn labor Is conmow la only a lltUemore than hulf sidered. It I teen that the advnntnge as great when n ha) fork I used a of this largest unit Is somewhat lessened. when the work Is dono by hand. Thu men In tills territory who use manure spreuderH haul and spread n TIMOTHY HAY IS NUTRITIOUS given amount of manure In less than half the tlmo required by men who Contains About Three Times as Much Digestible Nutrients as There Is haul In wagons and spread by hand. In Corn Sllaae. A large majority of the men reporting broadcast tlielr small grain, using In 100 pound of timothy hny there imitate seeders attached to the box of an ordinary wagon. Only nbout nre 4K.8 pounds of digestible nutr25 per cent of the fiirmers reporting ient, or nearly three times as much ns there Is In corn silage. Corn silage, own grain drills. The bulletin analyse eneh field op- being a succulent feed and more palar table Is, on the whole, more easily dieration from the standolnt of .Sec!allts have calculated requirements, horrelaUor re- gested. quirements, site of machine, etc. The that one ton of timothy hny Is cqulr manner In which the? data on plowing alent to about two and a half tons have btn summarised Is tjplcnl of the of corn idlsge, says Hoard's Dairyman, way In which several subjects nre Tutting It In nnoihrr way, when timor cut of the thy hay Is worth SlOa ton corn sllar About Ml treated. ftrn.crs reported tl.tr use of sulky Is worth 14. Drl ,0 u rrtrtr! h Dwelling house nnd lot with frontage of thirty feet on Second Street and running bitck one hundred And forty feet, nd joins Arnold's CnrARC, and just opposite Danville Ice and Coal Company's Office. Brick dwelling, of 8 rooms, witti 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 d or limit. by-bi- ue nt 1 f,-- e, i ordl-tiarll- ' j Four-Hors- e At the satne time we will offer for sale the Arnold Garage, fronting Second Street. . Here is a splendid chance to buy Danville business and residence Will be sold on easy terms. Possession December 1st. on p-- flve-hnrs- o jti T J For further particulars sec W. E. Moss, or R. H. Devcr, at my Danville offices, or W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebrond, at my Lancaster offices. W p-- 'S-lnc- h one-botto- SWINEBROAD, ' The Real Estate Man. KENTUCKY. i 8 8 ? X TyT LANCASTER, I Our automobiles arc at your service. Write for catalogue, giving description of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. Look up the dates of my other July Auction Sales. h t DISSOLVING PARTNERSHIP Bright and Pattern's Splendid Bottom Farm 235 lf Acre River n - (Formerly Owned by R. H. Uronaugh,) Subdivided. 12-l- n d, All Farming Implements, 50 Head af Stock, 200 Barrels of Corn. Etc. three-fourth- ON THE PREMISES SATUEDAY, JULY 17th AT 10:30 A. M. LOCATED; Right at the Jge oL,tht thriving town of Crab Orchard with her fine schools, churches, stores, hnk, famous Crab Orchard Springs, splendid cltitrnship and Im thsn one miU from pauenaer depot and shipping station on L. and N. Part of this farm is within the city limitl and is penelratrd by a street which leads to the Graded High School. Sine W. M. H rig (it's death it lias become necessary to wind up thr partnership esisting between him and or limit. AN AUSOLUTE SALE. J. It, P.. ton. This farm is up for the "High Dollar" without reserve, The business must be wound up. THE IMPROVEMENTS: Old fashioned brick bungalow of 8 rooms, hall, two porches, good cellar, set on a beautiful lawn, with avenuo leading from National Highway, "HOONE WAY," Tenant house of three rooms and all necessary outbuildings. Tobacco barn 30 a 100 ft. and 20 ft. to eaves, good slock barn, three corn cribs, large silo of 90 tons, hog houses, etc. Pine orchard. Place writ fenced) escellent water, numerous everlasting farm springs and deep well. All of this rich and fertile farm in grass escepl about 10 to SO acres. The clover and timothy meadows and corn in the bottoms are wonderful to see. 150 acres of this farm is tile drained river bottom land on which was placed 20 carloads of drain tile 20 miles of it placed there by and under ehe eapert engineering supervision of the best tile man in Kentucky, just at the beginning of the war before there was any advance in labor, material, and freight. This tile drained land is not affected by either dry or wet weather, having a porous soil to the depth of 15 to 30 feet. A crop rotation of oats, corn and clover is now being maintained and is producing wonderful results, and is becoming as .fertile as the valley of the NILE. This land is producing, and will continue to produce as much corn, clover etc as any lands in the corn belts of Indiana, Illinois and Iowa, whera they sell at from $300 to J500. per acre. An opportunity to buy land do not let it slip. like) this only comes occasionally The A3 acres in upland grows the finest quality of tobacco grown in Central Kentucky. Escellent crops , from this land have frequently topped the Danville, Ky., market during the whole season. This farm will produce larger dividends on the amount invested than any place we know of. This is undoubtedly the biggest farm opportunity that has been offered In Central Kentucky this year. If you are in lha market for a farm, we urge a personal inspection. If you see the land and the crops it produces, you will realise its wonderful value. You know what this means, YOU say what it is worth Mrs. W. M. ilright and J, II. I'aalon say SELL. and taka the farm. We merely suggest the terms and look after the details of the sale etc. Terms esceedlngly liberal and mad. known on day of sal. DON'T LET THIS OPPORTUNITY PASS YOU II Y. Tha personalty belonging to Mrs W. M. Ilright and Messrs J. II. Paslon and James Messer consists of a worlJ of farming tools and implements necessary lo run a GOO acre farm, two large cribs of corn containing front 175 to 200 barrels of corn, 50 head of stock of mules, horses, cattle etc. REMEMBER THE DAY AND HOUR SATURDAY JULY 17th AT 10,30 A. M. Da on bands promptly. Mr. James Messer on tha place will take pleasure in showing the farm to prospective purchasers. Dinner on the grounds. For full particulars, blue prints etc, see, write or phone either Mrs. W. M. Bright, or J, II. Paslon, Stanford. Ky., or . by-hi- d pr nine-tent- h y. h man-labo- Um HUGHES &McCARTY COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE on tbe Block. '.yilOJ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursuay, July 15, 1920. 2 First Class Farms 2 -- EXPLOSIONS AND FIRES THWARTED Dust-Collecti- -- 540 THE FORESTUS 11 ACRES REID LAND IN LINCOLN COUNTY Fan, Attached to Thrashing Machine, Has Proven Successful. WHITE SWAN INSURANCE JISK LESSENED FLOUR ( T HURSDAY , JULY 10 O'CLOCK A. M. 22"- One fnnu of MOO acres, known it the John Hay farm, and the other farm of known an the Will Hays farm. Adjoins the lands of S. C. Harris and J. H. I'axton. aunt, Two miles from Stanford, on the Hustonville pike. Thii ii the toil which hn made Kentucky fnmous, Limestone toil with Red Clny subsoil. Here is land that has never heen on the market. Stitfnr tree and walnut land, lots of black loou.its. No one has ever oirered this land for sale A LOT OK VIRGIN HLt'K (111 ASS SOI). and it took me some time to et Mr. lie hi to agree to let me sell it. Here is one of the good onus. This is the kind I like to sell, as somebody is sure to want it. The .'100 acre farm is on the South side of the Hustonville pike, has two sets of im provements. 2 six room dwelling with halls and porches, cistern at each dwelling, btock barn and tobacco barn, watered by springs and ponds. In a high state of cultivation. Fenc15 acres in corn, acres in barley, ing good. acres tobacco, fiO acres in grain sown to grass, balance of the farm in grass. The 1M0 acre farm is on the North side of the Hustonville pike and has a splendid two story 8 room dwelling with double hall and porches, splendid cellar. Itoautiful yard with t'nltrd SUtM IVpt. Agriculture j Tlii frequency if dint ep!n;,ri nntl llrct lu conncclliin with tlirutlittu i'ITHtloni In tli wlu'Mi iirrvluciin llun of I Im I'artllc Nurtliwut tm led t the iIm of a fan. h ilii- - iI"Imiii nml perfectH '240 by viultieen of I lii United H'atei - Method Reduce! Wind Oiuemmstion of Smut Spores Which Otherwiss Would Oe Blown Out of Sticker to Infest tha Field. br U'rrirl invm 0ai Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE President, C. L. ZANONE Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. Ex-Servi- ce I Men, Join the Americau Legion of this Post. to convenient fields and splendidly watered. 7 acres in tobacco, fiO acres in wheat and oats, balance in grass. These two farms are level and gently rolling, all the land can be cultivated, and there is no waste land. Thrashing Michint Equipped With Special Oust Collecting Fans. Knch farm has a lonir frontage on the Hustonville Pike, also on the McCormack Church Pike, and both farms will he subdivided and sold in separate tracts from 25 to 125 piirtltielit of iigrlriilture In Ciwihih-Hoacres each. Hut the division will he so that I can sell you just the number of acres you want. Willi tlu innniifnriirT of tlmiMi Remember Swlnebroad "ALWAYS SKLLS" and sells to suit the bidders. Will sell it the way Intr marliiiitT)'. TliU Hppjrattn lim you want to bid on it. Will be up and selling to the "High Dollar" and no by bids and no fake prmcd i mi f that many itriiln fpariitor In the I'nellle Xortliweit tire sales. All I ask is for you to look over this land, attend the sale am! you name the price. now (niiIim-- i Hllfi llie ili'vlre. For further particulars see W. K. Moss, or It. II. I)eer, at my Danville otrice, W. A Protect Thrasher. Dickerson or George Swinebroad, at my Lancaster olfice, or This device, uhen m in cntijun.-liowltli a u Iritis sytem lo .iff - large shade trees. 1 stock barn, 1 stock and tobacco barn, and other out buildings, divided in- WHY NOT Deposit Your I Ml and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, Swinebroad, The Esal Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. f Mnllc flri'trlrlly di',-.iby Hit' tliradlitT, nml further aided li ndaptetl in oepunt a t)r tnrx, elves Hi.' thrnolu-- r a protection rharci'' Our automobiles are at your service, day or night. Look up the dates of my other July Auction Sales. Write description of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. for catalogue, giving Saturday, JULY 156 ACRES RIGHT AT HUSTONVILLE, 1 7th, THE cADAMS FARM JlT only for n run. Produce Results. Now It appear that tin- - Joint project of rhetnllry, plant In nf the hurt-ai- t dustry nml market Is to produce clal refills In (I) protection from rtre n ml explixlon ami a ipor'nt In lntir-nnc- t rates; (2) the of srnln. pnrtlmlarly Mimt; nnl (3) the rlieck-In- s of wheat smut Ihroucli the collection of the smut pore hy the fan at the lime of lhrahliiff. Tliln melhol reduce the wind tlaenilnatloo of Mire which otherwle would Uf blown out of the wind marker to Infeit the tleldi. IliU rati! I ncarl; ntolnte Kienttinlly th' ptin Urthin "III creatly- leen Hi 'tnnr anre rltk. which MiIiitio lin lvn at the prohibitive rule of $S0 to JU f1)r pitch $l.i of property lnure1 And - THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. . Capffal $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Vice-Pres- A. R. DENNY, President. J.E. STORMES, S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, r. J. R. HARRIS, Individual HUGH MOBLEY, General Book-keepe- t. Teller. r. Book-Keepe- Public Auction LINCOLN COUNTY KY. DESTROY WEEDS IN INFANCY G. B. S, C. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebroad. Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormet, Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Eaty Matter to Eliminate Noxloua Plants From Various Fields at Very Beginning. Woetli like other thin;, arr most eatlly destroyed In Infancy. Thii be. Ins true, they can best he eliminated from cornfields, cnnleiw, potato patch- ei nnt elsewhere liy (lestro)ln: them Jmt hi oou us they make their tip-The harrow and the ueed-- j er lire moit usual Implements In no omiplMiliiK this task before plants are lante enoueh to cultivate. It Is surprlslns how much good and 1 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 sk the present tenant name of being one of the best little farms at Hustonville. who has been there fifteen years. He has taken care 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, ItO acres in corn, '25 acres in timothy and balance in blue grass. The farm lias 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 Fork Creek. 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 Hanks, good streets, Churches, schools, fine miles from .Moreland, 10 miles from Stanford, 10 graded and high school. miles from Danville. A large section of country is tributary to Hustonville. AN ARSOLUTK SALK and will be sold on easy terms, for possession January 1st, 1921. Make Your Home j how llttlei harm will he accomplished even after the corn potatoe and oth er plants set well Marled, by goln? over the fields with the harrow with teeth slantluc. or, preferably, the weeiler. REMEDY FOR CABBAGE WORMS Government Expert Favors Arsenate of Lead and Paris Green for Killing Pests. A Kovernment eijiert ssys the best remedies for the cabbage worm are nreM'tiate of lead and pari sreen. The former belnj cheaper at th pre. ent time Is recommended at the rate, of two pounds In powder form or s four pounds In pasle form to M of water. Adhesiveness N enhanced by thii addition iff the same, amount by weight of crude reln so.ip soap. or The best form of spraying machinery should bo used, with special attention to noztles In order to secure a mlstllko spray. when The arsenlcals are harmlt properly applied as directed. ent-Ionresln-fUholI Cheerful Home You can't expect folks to be happy and contented where the home is in and prcmeatcd by the smell of smoky lamps. Every member of your family is entitled to all the bright electric light which city folks have. If somebody asked you to buy an expensive plant that simply furnished light and no more, you might have some good arguments against such a purchae. but when you think of a lighting plant that is also u plant capable of operating any and every small machine on your place, that is another matter. 2j i ' SenccMi Mr is such a plant. In addition to being a perfect electric lighting plant, it has a pulley by which machines can be run while charging your batteries. When this Is done, your lights cost practically nothing. Uenco LighUis such a positive labor saver that owners figure that this power practically takes the place of farm help. It certainly does enable the help to do more; or less help to do the same work. Uenco Light is not a luxury it is a servant that will increase production and pay for itself in actual dollars and cents, ou really owe it to yourself to call here with your wife and see this wonderful plant at work. May we expect you? Investigate this one. Look it over carefully. For further particulars see Adams Brothers at Hustonville, W. IS. Moss or 11. H. Dover at my Danville olfices, or W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad, at my Lancaster olfices, or MANY VINES PREFER FENCES 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 auction sales and also farms for salo privately. Such Plants Cucumber, Squash, Mel. on and Pumpkin Do Batter on Some Kind of Trellis. The cucumber, melon, squash and pumpkin vines, you will rinJ. hve high Ideals, and would rather climb on the fence or trellis than run on the ground. It will be necessary to support by cords or rags the heavier varieties of melons and squash. Again, the squash bug eipecls to And bli favorite 4o4 oa tat irouuiL CONN BROS., Dealers LANCASTER, KY. GeocKt UinuftftuMJ turn tin tirctrW Co. I usurer, ri. VMMMBMMMMi The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 15, 1920. What Arc You Going to lspropr GUY. the day Thursday with their dnugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Mr. Gabc Klkin of Gilberts Creek was with friends here the first of the week. Griggs and Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. children attended church at Buckeye Sunday. Alfred Green ami Mwdnmcs I'oyntcr were visitors at .MeCreary Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Mitten Ward had for their guests, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Ollfc Cmliani. Walker and Mrs. Mrs. William Jumc Karon were with Lancaster friends Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Green I'oyntcr, ami family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. Y. Dailey of Mnrcellus. Mrs. John White is slowly recover sickness of three weeks. ing from Ward spent Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton and Mcsdames Carrie Davidson Wm. Sutton were guests Saturday of William Romans of Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster. I Mrs. Hoy I'rnthor anil two intcrest-- , inn sons of MeCreary visited Mrs. William Scott Fridoy. Mrs. John Morris antl two children after n visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Merida, ha returned to her home in Hock CaMle. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner and children of Mnrksbury were visitors Tuesday of .Mr. and Mrs. Noah Mar-se- e WOLF TRAIL. Delayed Mr. Klijnh McMilllan has purchas-e- d a new Ford ear, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hay enter- Do About Your Catarrh? Treatment Loads to a expect to be cured by the use of local remedies. Hut have you ever Sarlout Stags. known of one single person to be freed from the slavery of Catarrh Because you have doubtless been by any kind of local treatment? Why' Simply because they hivp fairly comfortable through the mild summer months, and free overlooked the cause of theie from the lorcneii and irritation ol symptoms, and hence the treatthe membrane, do not make the ment has been misdirected. the cause of the dogged up mistake of thinking that you are rid of your Catarrh. For if you accumulations that choke up your tuff ereif with this disease last win- air passages, and they will naturter, it will again be with you in all ally disappear for good. Rut no its severity unless you have elim- matter how many local applicainated entirely from the Mood the tions you use to temporarily clear germs which cause the disease. them away, they promptly and will continue to do so Are you going to further temporise with a disease that leads to until their cause is.removed. Ilut if you will take a treatment Don't such a serious condition? you know that you can use gallons that goes right down to the very upon gallons of local treatment source of the disease and attacks ft without the slightest permanent at its starting point, then you are benefit? Just give the matter a lit- on the right track, and can expect tle cireftil thought, and you will results. S S S, the fineis old fifty-yean antiold blood remedy realize that it is but a waste of time and money, besides seriously dote to the millions of tiny Cajeopardizing your health, to con- tarrh germs with which your blood tinue a method of treatment that is infested. Don't waste further has proven of so little value in time by continuing a treatment making any real progress toward that can make no progress toward permanent relief, but begin to take genuine benefit. S. . S. today, and you will receive First of all find out just what the same benefit that others have. causes your Catarrh. If it was ? S S. is sold by all drug merely a local irritation and in- Write us for free medical stores. advice linings about vour own case. Address flammation of the delicate of the nose, throat and air Chief Medical Adviser, 17 Swift then you might reasonably Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Re-ntar ras-sage- s, Sundny: Mr. and Mrs. James Iand, Mr. Coy Price and children Misses Myrtle and Grace Tenter, Miss Kttn Bell Ross and Mr. Henry P. So bastfan and Mr. and Mrs. Wilhert Dailey and son, STATEMENT of the Ownership, Management, Circulation Required by the Act of Con. rtnantrir OERTElS DOUBLE-DAR- K The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it in your home at all time. Incorporated Maker, of Ocrtilt DoubU Daik, Orrtclt Dark and Orrtrlt Lishl. N. L, Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Harrodsburg Ky The OERTEL Co. Louisville, Ky. The Road To Success Sound Philosophic Why? power. Advice itsThrift is builds character Hccausc through practice is the line which The straight shortest distance between the present and success is Thrift. To tread it, spend wisely, save steadily and invest in Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps, "backed, by the nation's strength." 40 or 50 FARMS FOR leading to the right use of money; to be taken enables opportunities advantage of because money is in hand. Be Thrifty. Spend wisely, Mrs. James Yantis and son, Mastc save steadily, buy War Savings Stamps. "Always worth more than Hcrschel were shoppers at Danville Saturday and guest Saturday night was paid for them." 'and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. It I Adams. Mrs. C. R. Henry' nl little dnugh ter, Louise, and son, James Milton and Mrs. Grovcr Wnrd of Miss, spent the pant week with Mr. nnd Mrs Wm. Clark of the Lexington road, Mr and Mrs. Miley Beaxley, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and dnugh ter. Misses Margaret, Ituth and Sallie Lou were Sunday guests of Mrs. John Bronddus of the Richmond road. Mrs. W. T. Preston and daughters Misses Lottie and Irene and sons Colmnn and Klmer of Lawndale, HI, spent Monday nnd Tuesday with Mr and Mrs. Marcus White. Mr. nnd Mrs. Simon Tankersley were honored guests Saturday at an enjoynble dining at the home ef Mr. Jess Sebastian. tained a few relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pollard visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Gilleam recently, Miss Iluelah May was the guest Saturday of Miss Thelmn Simpson night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harmon Tenter were guests ef Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tenter Sunday. Misses Stella B. nnd Katherine Daily has returned from n weeks visit in Madison. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Cotton nnd children were visitors in Madison Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. John Fain nnd little daughter of Kansas Is here visiting Mr nnd Mrs. Joe Hay. Mrs. Kdwin Davis of South Carolina spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mote Hny. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stott and Miss Lucille made n recent visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Steve Agie. Mrs. Klijnh McMilllan nnd son spent the day Tuesday with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hay. Mr. Henry P. Sebastian and Miss Kttn Bell Row spent Saturday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbert Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and Mis Leola were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard Saturday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hunter Davis and Mrs. Wm. Kinder anil sister, little little daughter, spent the week end .Miss Willie Mae Beniley were Wed with Mr. and Mrs. West Parson nt nesdny guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miley Hackley. Ileazley. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marse Murphy, Mr. Mrs. John Miss Lettic ilronddu of llrynnts John Murphy Mr. and ville spent a portion ef the past Daily und children were entertained Sunday nt the home of Mr. and Mnrcu week with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robert Sewers. White. Sun Barnes spent Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Royston Hay and day with her brother, Mr. and Mrs little son ami Mrs. Mr. Tom Turner and family. and Mrs. Buford Smitli spent a deMesdames William Walker. Jnmes lightful day with Mr. and Mrs. Kit Yantis and Wm. Grimes of Judson jah McMilllan Sunday. were visitors Thursday of .Mrs. Wm Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Clark and Scott. children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Clark Mr. Frank Huy and daughter. Mis and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred! ' Montic of Lancaster spent Sunday Howard and children and Robert! with Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Doolln. Clark visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Mob- -, Davidson Mrs. Carrie and Mrs erley recently. Wm. Sutton were entertained Tues Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey and day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miss Bert entertained the following) Davidson of Lancaster. 16799 DIED cy crett of Auiuit 24, 1012. Worlds (if the Central Ittssnl. iwblUhed weekly at Lancaster, Ky , fur April, in New York City nlonc from kld-tT- lt2fl. ?IUte tf KHtUfkjr, trouble last year. Don't nllow County of Garrurd, yourself to become a victim by Public in ami neglecting pains nnd aches. Guard j llcfore me. n Notary for the state and county nforesald, gainst trus trouuie ay taking personally appeared II. I.. Klkln, who, having been duly sworn 'according to MEDAL and sujs that he Is thi law, dew Publisher f the Central Record, and that the ftthWing Is, to the best of and belief, a true his knowledge Th world's stamUid tmrdy fu Vklnrr, statement of the ownership, lltr, Maddtr and uiic acid trtmMta. (and if a dally paper the Holland's rational remedy !.. IWfw All ilniKgUti, (hire tlfrr Guatanu.t circulation), etc.. tf the aforesaid Lafc far Ik mm Call MJI n Ua publication fur the date shown In the MtlfMUtUn aad nhove caption, required by the Act 21th., 1U1S, is Good Advice nf August Postal Lswiembodied III ami Regusection 44.1, f lie Thrifty first. Keep the first lations, printed on the reverse dollar nut of the pay envelope for this farm, te wit. 1. That the names ami nddrcason yourself. Invested in War Savings Stamps they nluny represent meie of the publisher, editor, managing edlttir, ami buiinesi managers are: than you started with. Publiher, R .L Klkin, luincustrr, Best Buy Kentucky. Kdster, J. K. Ht4nton, Inrastrr, While the wealthy are buying Liberty Bonds In large iunntttie at Kentucky. r. Mangtag K4itr. R. - Klkin. prevent market prices, you can lniy Kentucky. them in denominations of from ISO Manager, R. - Klkin, Hussiteup. Any bank or broker will sell I.nratcr. Kentucky. them to you. .'. That tae ewner are: (Otvr Best Investment names and ifiWrfwr f Individual owners, sr. a frixrttH. give it Yutt. can't Iw the handsome prt-ft- t name and Use Mam to and ddreMM due If you buy Liberty Hobos at of stockholder wni or htdlng I present market prkes nnd keep taeta per resit or more of the total amount until maturity. The wealth ami cred- of stock.) it of the nation nre pledged to their J. K. Robinson. Lancaster. Ky. redemption at par 3. That the known borHlholders, mortgage, and other security hoM-rr- s owntag w holding 1 er rent r more of total asnoowt lf bond, mortgages, r other are: NONEy BACK (If there are none, so state ) qurt4t3f COLD man-ageme- i ft Here The bn-rswte- - I- ECZEMA itbmt htw failed ha f ?tvtl tlnla wrtmtt tttm derf rtt tjeb Don't fail In lb tf etitsrof rl fcc tcrna Tmrf, Kiaflwfstm, Itefc, etr lktt SU None. ubtt dirrjf ofrd hv YMi-aV- r kimmty Bmth TODAY Prk 7W at STORMES DRUG STORE on R. L. Hlkin. Sworn to and sulaenM before me this Mh. day of July. 190, W. O Higney. .Votary Public, Unm-te- r Kentucky. My commission expire Frby 1st., lUtt. '11 CHANDLER S i X Famous For Its Marvelous Motor ill SALE OR EXCHANGE, If you want to Buy a Farm a Farm see Sell a Farm or Ex-chnn- ge W. T. KING The Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. R. F. D. No. 1. LANCASTER, KY. crv a a Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. s" .3 -. .- SJx TOW i& . I . .. 1 jr - THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ten Truck is a profitable "beast of burden" and surely has the "right of way" in ever)' line cf business activity. For all trucking purposes in the city and for all heavy work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck with its manganese bronze and every other Ford merit of simplicity in design, strength in construction, economy in operation, low purchase price, stands head and shoulders above any other truck on the market. Drop in and let's talkitovcrand leave your orderfor one. worm-drive Hascldcn Bros Garage, We are not interested in any cars, except the Ford. TANKERSLEY MERIDA Considerable surprise was oc casioned here Friday afternoon when friends received the news that Mi Mr. Simon and Ollie Merida Tankersley had motored to Crab I Orchard, where they were married at the home of Hcv. W. C. Hutchlns, They had been sweethearts for several years but kept their secret so well guarded about getting mar ' ried, that only the families of the parties knew their intentions. The bride is the beautiful duugh' ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N M.erida, anil is well fitted for the duties she has assumed. The groom Is n very deserving young man, nnd is nuw u substantial farmer, He served honorably in the dur service of his country over-se- a Ing the war. He is to be congratu luted on winning the girl of his choice, and nil their friends wish for both much happiness and prosperity thru life. The bride wore a ehie blue georgette suit with hat, and gloves to match. The liuppy couple will make their this year with Mr. und Mrs. ( home II K. Sebastain on the Kirk.ville road. i i The Chandler Dispatch Car Has First Preference The automobile Industry has produced no distinctive m. del more popular titan theChandltr Disp.itcli, a car reflecting, in its lithe lines the character of its irvlcc. It is the first preference luuonjl those who want d a open car. its comfort, its beauty of line and finish, nnd its dependability aru typical of the established Chandler quality. The popularity of the UNpatch, which reaches to every corner of the world, Ik based not only on thep,nice four-passenger close-couple- Tito cushions are deep, restful. well tilted and trltunud in the best of genuine limlhur. With its Hintlcrful fhnlblllty of , povKt-rits eaw u ilrhiiift "ul l comfort, characteristic ol all (Jlmml-lo- r models, everybody likejs the Dispatch. hand-buffed re-a- comfor. The driver's position of its trim design and it, boaittifnl Uiunbow llluelir.isli.bu. ii due tjulte as much to th. standard Chandler chassis upon w .jiJi it is tnoimttd. It seats four pwrMms with utmost Ik The Mott Fairly Priced Kino Cap Iluilt SIX SPLKNI)!!) ItODV TYPES 'uur- - -- itstmar HtutJu, ttoat Tuurins Qir, iW.t " .Viuil.'jj,wiSer .SVJ;. $y)l C St'lfti-Puticnetr rour-patiHatr (.1.1 I'M... fc. I, Un,faM ir. j Raisins. grs pi' j nru usunlly the product of warm climates nnd contain from !!0 30 per cent of sujrur. The Ito und most valuable class of grape Is tho muscatel. The , seedless rulslns of commerce are largely Hultaua grapes. Tim smallest ones come from the currant grupe. I The word rnUIn Is generally used to refer to thfe dried grnpo. ItaUIn SANDERS AND WALTER Distributors Lancaster, Kentucky. OHIO i , i i 1i CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, " .,9 .cAJklt iJ.,t.i: The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday July 5, 1 1 920 THE HOME OF H. V. BASTIN AND NINE BUILDING LOTS That Modern New Lexington Street Residence and about Four Acres of Land at On the 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. i ninic or : u s mew, moaern 10 tne most minute detail, Airy, Shady, Country-lik- e and close in too, inviting to look at any angie. us reaay ror you, me omer reilow s I llWt and LAon put it there and YOU BUY IT ON TIME. irom 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 acres land, just outside city limits on Lexington Pike, less than mile of Grad3-- 4 ed school. room. one-ha- lf Large basement with concrete floor and plastered walls and ceilings, with furnace, coal room, shelves for fruit, and laundry FIRST FLOOR has large front porch, portc cochere, 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. This house is just finished, and is built of the very best lumber and materials all through. It is with building 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-ibuffet, 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 storm-sheathe- d n D. COMMITTEES Of D. A Mr. ArnolJ A. Thomas, Lancaster Ky. Quack-enbush- Named. ! fiU for Yr Announce Stt Of. Linlon. M J Ky. Mr I.rxingten. Arnold, of Covinirtoh. state regent 6t the Kentucky Daughter, of Revolution, recently the state committee for tfcc ensuing year nt n meeting of the board ef manager at the Phoenix Hotel. board include the chairman , The of standing committer. TIiom pre-oein addition to Mr. Arnold, who nreilded. were: Mr. Christopher I. Chenault. Lexington; Mr, J. A. Her ring. Georgetown; Mr. William Hod John Graham m. Lexington: Mr Mr. W. if, Wincheiter; John. Lexington, Mr George Thompson, Raker. Frankfort; Miiw Julia Spurr, Lexington; and Mis Elizabeth firm of Paris. The committee named by Mr Arnold are a follow Rebecca Avenll, Education Ml Frankfort, chairman, Mr II, 1 Stout, Lexington; Mr. Maldon, H. Paul Adam. Georgetown: Mr lturnum, Richmond; Mr. J L, Phil Mi.'Pinevillc; Mr. Henry I Stone, Louiiville. Mt Annie M Poage, Pre Mr. John I Ashland, chairman; Woodbury, Louuvllle; Mls Helc Taul Conkwright, Lexington; Mr. ltioharil 11. Cunningham. Henderson, and MiM Kdna Ilronaugh, Hopkin ton, Louiiville; Mr. Walter Scott . Glore, Danville; Mr. Hirnm Covington; Mr. Mattic H. Hine, Howling Green. Preservation of Historic Spot MIm Julia Spurr, Lexington, chairman, Mr W. II. Whitney, I.ouis-villMi Hrudley, Katherine Georgetown; Mr Albert Currey Mr. T. W. I VanMeter, Winchester. !Ual Daughters Mr. S. II. Pul-haPadueahIr. Victor K. Dodge Lexington? Mr. Clement Chinn, Frnnkfort; Mi Caroline Knight, ord Cracks at Creation. And price? Not in lght yet. A word to the wwe tc sufficient. To the fool it I one too many. A rami can always dictate to his typewriter, but seldom to his wife. e; All I quiet in Mexico nt this writing, but we maku no prediction a to an hour from now. nt Preservation of Archive and RecW H. Thompon, LexMr The small boy with a hook, a line, ington, chairman, Mr. Resile Todd, and n worm i never without Joy. K. Shclhvvillc, Mr. J. ltobinon, It l good for a nibble or two. I.ancater The other members will be irlectrd li the chairman. Life hold a barrel of joy for you, if you wnnt it. Hut it expect you to pull the plug out of the huughole. I Don't worry over the trouble of your neighbor. The modern way is to let him worry over your. ! t, Women Mrs. W. T. Price, ! of Buf- ii The )oung man with n multitude of Idea often finds that hi multl-Initi- o ha come nothing but n jumble. may not eniHuto mucn over the man, but it' no trouble nt nil to go into rapture over the ongoge-men- t a gin ... Here is a rocssago to Fullering women, from fered with painful...", be writes. "I got down with a weakntss In ruy Pulllr. Ky "I ring. no longer to buy a pig poke is made of valuable than the Il I considered in n poke. hazard-eI and .,1 lisd about jr'vm up hope of ever being well arn'n. when triced Insisted 1 lark felt helpless and limbs...! cotton it pig. If the more You villc. ( 11. Take jtiame you may give utwiuiy oiioimc. truth is never mi insult. can cull some poople hard without insulting thorn, ttio i ne Protection of the Flag- - Mr, Jnm Louiiville, chairman; A Leech, H. P. Luten, Fulton; Mils' Ellin Spen. rer, Jaekion; Mr. J K. Itobimon, Mr. Hrigg. Muyfleld; Mr. J, CARDUI TIib 1 It's no diigrnro for a brave man to admit that he ha been licked by a better man. Only the craven trie to hlulT It out nfterwadx. We'd hate to think that the amount of hair a man posscMv i an Index i to the quality of bU courage. What' f would we say of our baldhead? quite tporty to read tho base j Iwll news each day, but it would be I even more tporUmanlikc to pull otfl I a game ourclvc once in awhile. It,' Mr. Thoma Duckworth, Nlchohuville, chairman, Mr J. U. Wilcox, Puducah, Mr J II. Kyre. Newport; Mr. J, 0 Riley, Hendorron; Mr. H. K. G. Hardstown, Old TrBil Mr .8. S. Louisville. D. A. It. Magazine er, Mr. Nannie Ray and family. Walter H., the little son, of .Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pollard has reBig Crops turned home after several weeks come common. The greatest growing weather in May with hi grand parents, Mr. and that's the way many of the Mr. Hen Pollard. An inquirior in a city paper wants year grower express their opinion of the to know If it is legal for a young to man of thirty to ndopt n young wom- present weather, they asserting that Ohio hot weather l equally n benean of twenty-five- . It i with a the ficial and ncccrsary us the cooler, Be Next wedding ring. although not o pleasant, but the Ohio, "Mother of Presidents" Trouble with these political plank rains that interperced the dry pells State, will be the battleground of is that there I too much politics and nre said to have been coming with too many plonks. One can't take sutficient frequenay to make the best the greatest political campaign in the time to road them and till earn growing weather possible. Tobac- her history this summer with two of co is growing a never before, it is her native sons contesting' for the three mtHils a day. said, regarding the crop in this lo- - Presidency of the United States. While Marion, tho home of Senatime the3 dry Some one ought to tell congress cality. For some the war is over. It' a burning weather threatened some which was tor Warren G. Harding, the Republiet out late, owing to the lack of can nominee, and Dayton, the home shame to keep our dear senator and congressmen in ignorance of,""" and the oncoming wheat harv-thi- s of Governor James M. Cox, the bearer, will These plants ure said to lie Democratic standard fact nil of these month. taking on new life and doiiiK well. come In for their share of promiWe hnve reconsidered our hard The wheat harvest, whwh will be nence, eye of the nation will be centered on the capital of Ohio and fait rule of not publihing the cloed within a hort time, i of local poets. V nowjijjg to be a busy one and the quality where much of the work of the cammake a modest charge of a dollar a is reported good. There is still a paign will be carried on. It is the first time in mnny years line, cnh up and no discount. demand for workmen in the field. " Oat I calling for the attention of the that both parties have picked their It I distressing to think that our ., it u ciaiB1(., th.t ,h..r nominee from the innic state and rich men have to go to Kurope to.hag irt.atly bvm a Rr,.tttor (iuuntjty incidentally, the first time two newsget n "drink," and equally distre.- - of nlfalfa ,mt uwny for ,hl. ycar paper pubhther have been pitted ing to think thnt many Europeans than wa cut during the entire sea- againt each other for the chief huve to come here to get something son Inst year. of the Nation. It will be to eat. the flrt time n newspaperman has ever been elected President If cithJUDSON. er Cox or Harding i elected. Slaves Not .Mr. Henry Grimm continue ill. So Mr. Robert S4mpan is slowly improving. Liberty lloniU, "the world'n preMr. G. N. Ray who bos beea (fuite ecurity." Why? mier investment "As certainly a the nation endur Ilecaiuu the credit and wealth of the ill i impro1ng. es," Liberty and Victory Notes will United State are luck of them, lluy .Mr. Hoary Grime i stttferiHg be reduced nt par on the date of ma- Liberty Hond and Victory Notes at with a prained arm. turity. hxceptionnl profits belong "market price." Mr. Sim Ray spent .Monday with to the man who buvs now. Anv bask or broker will sell them to you. her filter, Mr. Nannie Ray. In-Sure -- Thoe alluring curve of the feminine form are rapidly censing to be attractive. The mnsculine mind oon hues interest in anything that be- Frequent Showers Newspaperman President i '! prov-effusio- j i Aladdin's Powerful. World's Premier Investment Woman's Tonic Watkin. Mis Krna chairman; WiiUon. Luxington. The other mem ben will be selected by the chair man. and Thrift Mr, Contervution of Louiiville, George II. WiUon, chairman, will .elect the other mem ben of the commitWc. Kentucky Room in Continental Hall Mr. B. G. lloone, Puducah, chairman; Mr. J. Chciter Worthing Owncbort, I om stouter than I havo been In years." if you suffer, you can n ppr fold to what It means to bo utrong and well. Thousand ot women nlvo (' ' ',il (bo credit f r (V r good health. It s!' ..id help you. Try CarduL At all narked dttferrnco.., I grew itrongcr right along, and It cund inc. began CarJuI. In short while I saw a OA Mr. county .Mr. U Mose Sinipien of Jewawine viiiting retaUvett here. 11. and .Mr. .M. It wa really unkind of our olfire) ilei to suggest that some men pre fer to go to hull becaute they know the i. can't get n drink in heaven Kven the lowly but useful angle worm ha not etraped the high cost cent n dozen I critic. Twenty-liv- e a inodeit prlca at ome fuhlng re- - PATONIC st Afj6-STOU- After you eat always take ft-ba Vodw Ins tan tlyrvliuvua IWsxt burn, Bloi-dCas- tr tVag. Stops food twuruig. .Sunday with hrr 4ter, Gay. Mr. and Mr. Howard Logan spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs James Common Delusion. "One reason for high price," reLane pent marked Jud Tun kln, "i tliat o msny peoplo think nothing ran bo any Mr. Mack unless It cots a kt of money." good Hick. Mr. Simmie Clark spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mr, James Thomas. Mr. and Mix. Win. Dlack were the guests Sunday of their mother, Mrs Nnnnlv Ray and family. Mr. Willie Ruy of Ohio I at home for n few days stay with his mottl . HOMir BACK. Kboiil quMUaai Hunl'tS!. ' ll .1 VOU mi JiU la tbut.turat cl bits.. Ttllct.Mistwwm.luh.rtc. Uum bttuM dwuu.inl bnMw othrtI IrtaloMmtt IuIa llunl'.Salw Ml UrucsLU. Ii--73 t im i'tri I u 1H ntami srSWi (Mstssa far ltllu'ly luuUf ,Uk TOOAY. luM Cu.la-1- .. M "T M Hi. lorti. R. E. McROBERTS. UacsUr. STORMES DRUG STORE. The Centra! Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 5, 1 1 920 A Tractor Farm 145 Acres FOR J. M. McGRAW, IN LINCOLN COUNTY, AT "Lookee Here AUCTION Friday, July 23, . AT TKN O'CLOCK, 1- -8 186 ACRES Garrard .County Land A T of a mile from the Danville and Hustonville Pike, 6 LOCATION On Short Pike. from Danville, 6 miles from Stanford, 2 miles of Craded School, 2 miles from Q. and C. , miles Railroad, in good neighborhood, yard fronts right on the pike, is a beautiful home and you are sure to like it. ' Will be sold in three tracts. TRACT NO. 1 105 acres, with splendid 7 room two story dwelling, fine stock barn, 4, acre tobacco bam, large double crib, garage, best dairy in the County, other out buildings, all in In cultivation as follows; 40 acres in' first class repair; everlasting water, 2 good orchards. corn, 20 acres in wheat sown to clover, 12 acres of oats, 12 acres of meadow, 2'2 acres of to-bacco, remainder in grass. TRACT NO. 2. 20 acres, good 3 room house, good orchard, everlasting water, 8 acres' in corn, one acre in tobacco, balance in blue grass. TRACT NO. 3 20 acres, unimproved, all in com. Each tract faces on the pike and two or more tracts can be had together to get the sizei farm you want. This farm produces well and somebody will buy a bargain. We have sold two farms for J. M. McGraw at auction, and he is the kind we like to do business with. Mr. McGraw is like we are, he puts them up, turns them loose and somebody buys a farm. Don't overlook this one. Spend the week with us. Auction sales every day this week. Possession January 1, 1921, or earlier if the purchaser desires. Will be sold on easy; terms. For further particulars see Mr. McGraw, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever, at my Danville offices, George Swinebroad or W. A. Dickerson, at my Lancaster offices. I 1 ICTUS a Tuesday, July 20, 10 O'CLOCK. THE FARM OF HAMPTON SISTERS. SWINEBROAD, 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 of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. 300-ACR- ES -- The Farm of Will Matheny at 30O , LOCATION Fishers Ford Pike, 6" miles from Bryants' viile, S 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 ottering 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. PUBLIC AUCTION To The HIGH DOLLAR On WEDNESDAY, JULY 21st, - 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 gnss, 35 acres .clover meadow, 25 acres clover pasture, 50 acres old blue grass sod. Will be sold for possession January 1, 1921, and on easy terms. Don't overlook this one. 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 bam 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. 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 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. Dever at my Danville office, or W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad, at my Lancaster office, or SWINEBROAD, "THE REAL ESTATE MAN" LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Swinebroad THE REAL ESTATE MAN Lancaster, Kentucky. Our automobiles are at your service. July Auction Sales. Write for catalogue, giving description of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. Look up the datcB of my other Our automobiles are at your service, day or night. Look up the dates of my other July Auction Sales. Write for catalogue, giviag description of July auction sales and also farms for sale privately. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 5, 920J 1 I AIM AND VALUE To Our Friends and OF FARM CLUBS One ol Important Features ol tension Work Conducted by Relation Service. INSTRUCT Ex- tSwinebroad's Series of Customers Wc want to ask you to see us this JUL! AUCTION SALES OF season before you dispose of your wheat. Wc have'ns flood terms on storage as you can GIRLS AMD BOYS get, or will buy at the topmost market price. Wc want your wheat and will be as liberal Larger Ylcldi Havo Been ObUlned, Detter Pigi Have Oeen Railed, and Finer Cattle, Dairy and Beef Have Been Railed. Mltrt HD1TH. feeretary of Asileultur ) llojV ami fjirls club work ti cmo nf the Imtxirtnnt feature (if tho ngrlcul-turn- l 'tti'iilim work conducted tijr the Mate rrlntlon ktvIpo, I'nltiil Stnle department of agriculture, In with tin- - lnti ngrlculturnl colli ec ami local iiKeiicle for tlm purpose nf Irupnitlni; agricultural condition ami prnrtlco throughout the country Thee club are orgniiltcil to Imprnte fur m nml home practice by liiMrurtlnc tin' ho In correct nerlcul-turn- l method anil the clrln In tn them In ilcmonntrnl-Inthc. method for tin Itnprote- T. home-makin- FARMS ft CITY PROPERTY Memorize the dates, then follow your memory. Send for catalogue giving full description of the different farms, also descriptive catalogue of farms for sale privately. We "Turn Down" an auction sale proposition unless it appeals to us as something the buying public wants. Therefore, we "ALWAYS SELL". We sold 1500 acres in June for over $208,000.00. Every auction was a sale and every purchaser can now sell at a profit. llr II as wc can to get It. Sec us before you sell. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, Farm, right at Hustonville, Lincoln Count. Business property NOW GET THE DATES. Saturday, July 17th, 156 acres, subdivided, the Adams Will be sold at 10 o'clock, A. M. Street. Monday, July 19th, 1 :30 o'clock, P. M., Residence and and.garage in KENTUCKY. alt property of It. M. Arnold. Danville, on .Main and Second The I of KSG acres of Hampton Sisters. That good Garrard County Land, on Fishers Ford Pike, 2 miles from Lexington and Danville Pike, 8 miles from Danville. Tuesday, July 20th, 10 o'clock, A. M., the splendid farm .'100 farm of Wednesday, July 21st, 10 o'clock, a. m. the Will Matheny acres, in Lincoln County, on Ottenheim Pike, 5 miles from Stanford. Will oe subdivided. UU YUU KNOW THIS TRADE MARK 'f 1 Forestus Iteid, Lincoln County, 2 miles from Stanford, on Hustonville Pike. A farm of .'100 acres anil a farm of acres. Both farms will be subdivided, and sold in tracts to suit the purchasers. 2-1- Thursday, July 22nd, 10 o'clock, A. M., 2 farms for acres. On Short Pike, sale privately. It mile from the Danille and Hustonville Pike, G miles from Danville nnd (I miles from Stanford. Will be sold in three tracts. On any of these farms you can get just the number of acres you want. It will be a pleasure to show you over these different farms. Some body will buy n bargain. Why not you? It will be a pleasure to send you a catalogue giving full description of the farms and also description of lands in several counties for -8 Friday, July 23rd, J. M. McGraw's Tractor Farm of 145 represents the "xfoc" Slarlln8 nnd Lighting BATTERY A Pig Club Girl. . money. We will also have sales on other dates not set out above. Be sure to get in touch with real estate headquarters, we will make you the battery that by hard, sturdy, powerful and persistent service in motor earn nil over the country hast earned itself the title of "the Giant that lives in a Box." The "Exide" Hattery !i a giant of the most dependable sort. Every ounce of it represents strength and endurance; every dutail 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 guosswork. Inch for inch And pound for pound, there is more power and punch in the "Exide" Giant than in any incnt nf the fa nn nnd homo; tn aid In In the of the family anil In It community; to ere-tia more favorable nttltude townnl the htttlnc of farming anil home making by encouraging property ownership nml the feeling of partnership; anil to make rural ft" tnoro nttrnctlvo by iirnvldlnc orcnnlxnllon u tilth tend tn itlmliilnh Isolation anil develop lend' deti-lopinep 1 For further particulars send for catalogue, see the owners of the farms, or W. E. Moss or R. II. Dover at my Danville oirices, or George Swlncbroad, or W. A. Dickerson, at my Lancaster office. . SWINEBROAD, Lancaster, Ky. rrhlp. The Real Estate Man. other starting battery. PftINT LI6K GARAGE PAINT LICK, KY. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. ILT 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. bank has two Time Lock Safes, one This of which is kept Locked. J- J Walker, Davi.lion, Cashier Joe J. Walker. Asst. Caihtcr. Cnihier, V 0. Kinney, Mrs. N- C Hamilton, Aas't Teller. Win. P. Miller, Teller, OTICE I- H. P. Huilion, President. - (!. At W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Benefit! Oerlvcd. These object. nru In procc of attainment. Wherever cluti work linn i punhcd by our agent, larger yield have been obtained, better pig lmii been raled and liner cattle, both dairy nnd href. have been Brown. The nietloof the club I "To Make the licit Hotter." lleglMered nntinnl nre now roininon when only n few jears m;o they were unknown, nnd there I n lyiitcmntle effnrt to cull out pcrub Ihe stock nnd poultry, I .urge yield of crop hnve been mailo hy club member on Innd which were considered worthies, and tilth girl urn Tying with tlm best pnekera In cnnnlnc and prerervlnc fruit nnd vecetiiMiK, nnd are liccomlni; n potent factor In help-In- c tn iniike the farm liotnu more nttrnctlto nnd enjoynhle. The nenico yltld Mr nrre nmde by cluli member In the crnwInK of Held crop I two to three time as Inrce ns Hut n Venice yield imido In the atnte In which the member nre located, Mnny people, eelni: n boy or Ctrl here nnd there piiKiiceil In club work, do not renllze the aluc of the products produced by thene jnung folk In t(ie ncKreEnte. In ISMS while unof wnr nml der the Mre tn cn nppeal mado to In the furrow "over club member here" tn help feed the ho)i In the tltnchc Moy there," the record In the olllce show that these youni: produced food anil feed to the value of more than Helpi Boya and Girls. The money value of the product of club members l only n unall pnrt nf tho value of club work. Mntiy boya nnd clrl have had their vUfon nf life enlarged by club meiubenhlp. llany have, taken nnd nre tnklng collide trulnlnc. Tlie ncrlcultural rollecea of the country epeclnlly have proilteil In enrollment from tho clubs. Many t'o) nnd clrl have iiindo their own money to defrny their colleso expenne Many after In club activities have returnl tn the fa run or have enpiced In extension work u county aceuts. Hurnl Ufa lias been Freatly enrlcheil In recent years by the tniliieil leaderahlp obtalneil from club. Tho results obtained In this work Justify mnny times the expenditure made In securing them and nppeal strongly for a larger development nf this uoeful work. urad-untlon aerl-cultur- MART N 'S STEEL CRIBS 20 Per Cent of Corn Crop Saved by Use of This Crib. RATPROOF. FIREPROOF. MOULDPROOF. These cribs are built in three styles and sizes to fit the needs of any farm. From 100 bushels to 10,000 bushels ca- pacity. Oblong style, (like illustration above) circular style and double shed style, with driveway between. NEED WINDBREAK Protection IN SUMMER rats, mice and other vermin, cannot live on farms, where MARTIN CORN SAVER CRIBS are used. Buy now and save the 10 per cent advance which goes .on July 10th. For sale by Disease-carrying Director and Embalmer. Qlven to Oardcn and Fruit Plantation From Hot South. west Winds. Olllce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. A farm needs mm Kentucky. ever notice the difference In tho gar- mm m i li a M.v. In ... windbreak In sum-ulnlnr fllil w.ti. '..., '. SANDERS ! ft FARRA Lancaster, Ky. ' den and fruit plantation on two farms, wind ami the other ,xpo.l to III Th, windbreak pa)a In dollars nnd tents. Office S. S. S. Lumber Co. & 3K3Kmmf3Em f (5" PRESERVE FRUIT watn. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 15, 9201 1 IVot weather ha n effect on thU type of drier. The houe I 1 by 12 feet. The tip. right In front are (I feet 8 Inche. The upright In back lire (1 feet 2 Inche tn sire roof il Indie full fur Door nre fastened to 2 watershed. by upright In front. Door Successful Drying Plants Prove are 2 feet H Incite by 0 feet ! Incite. The furnnre I , by 15 Incite by 4 of Great Value in Various (21 fee, covered with ttyo sheet gnuge) lilna-- sheet In ii 2 Incite upirt Parts of Country. nlr spare to present tire. The rn ectirfd by ordimiry stoic illation I pipe attached to fiiniure PUNS FOfl ERECTING PUNT The hnwc ! heated nfier the plan of n tob.utu Imrnn iimII furnace of ruck or brick I bHilt tit one end Number of Famiri Can Club Tonml a stmeplpe nirrlc Hie nidlHtlnn gether and Build Devlee at Com. end of I In- - liuii.e hImI to (lie npp.i-.ltparatlvely Small Expense Save bni-k- . with on delation of 2 feet nhoie Women Much Work. the. furnace Till lmepipe time e tend outside of the hotle n Mllticlilit Fruit nml vegetable wait for no snice to enN. the eiive an I nil elrnau when they reach their prime anil how uitd three or four Joint may act thla ttm la usually Just when Hie n a chimney; or. If n chimney I prefarmer wife I bualeit and the day. ferred. It may be built nt a cot of Jl are hottest. Nowaday a, help In very or W additional. difficult to obtain In the country, yet Plan of Trays. the fatally' supply of fruit nml vegeThen art? litres- - lattice partition In tables for winter muit be saied when the houe, making four sections .'12 they aro In season. In many neigh- luetic wide for ttrylng tmy: 12 borhood the ciimmunlty ilrler for n Incite nbove the wtll place aero aurpru fruits anil vegetable ileiv 2 by I luetic on which the ecu lias provcJ n godsend to the women Icr upright. 2 by I Incbe mid the living near It bark upright 2 by 4 Incite ret (Tut way.) The The time to build a drying plant I upright piece tlte In tlm spring before the ruh of trny henrer. I by trlp. nre work sets In. If n number of fiiteiiel to the upright. The pnie farmers club together to erect such lietweeu the tray hearer I filled with drliT tho expenw to cnrli family l 2 Inch trlp to nrt in guide for the limall. Where only n fen- famlllc truyn nml to force the draft to wish to use a plant a between the trny.. If theie pace nre left oeii It will act n n small but satisfactory drier may ! LIST OF DOG The Folbwlng Who h II a " AND VEGETABLES LICENSES Lilt of Thot Procurd Dog License For The Year 1920, (ram Msjr 20th, to June 17th. 1820. No. I. Lsneatter, District - Anderson Snllte, linraster, 1 Adnms Karl, I.niunntrr. I Adnm John Henry, Uincnster, Anilcrrun Joe, (.minister. I Anderson J. !(.. Lancaster I Adnms Willis, Lancaster, I Illnnd J. IV. Uuiciuter, 1 Ilrummett Joe, lotncniter, I 1 llourne Sam J , Unit John, Iincnuter, I Hull Henry. Lancaster, 1 Unit Sam, Ijinruster, t llurnslde Joe, Iincnster, I I llourne, Capt. Am, llourne, Kinnaird, Iinrnster, I ilastin, II. V., Ijincniter, I Harlow Itros., Iiiicuster, 1 1 Ileiizley, Arthur Cox. J C Uincnster. 1 Clark, It. S. Duncan, J. M. Ijncniter. I Doty, Harrison Lancaster, I 1 I kuiii-tiler'- s drift:. Dillingham, Holt Iinratter, 1 Klmore, J. W Lancaster, I II. 11 Coins. Ash. Ijtiicnfter. r. 1 I 1 cln-u-lat- e I laiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBkaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTT skaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV if 1 Hicks. Holton, IjincnMer. 1 Hn.elden, Lewis, l.tncnuter, 1 Hill. Ilettie. Unc.tor, 1 Holtzclnw, J T, Stanford, 1 Hardwlck, I.lixie, , Judon. 1 Huffman. Andrew-- Lancnster, llutr, Wilson, Lnncnster, 1 Hill. Smiley, Ijincastcr, 1 Hendren, T. S., Lnncustcr, 1 Kidd, Judson, 1 Kidii, W. M. C, Judson. 1 Kavannugh, John, Iincnster, 1 Lee, James, uincater. I Lenvell, James Dnn, Ijtncajtor, Meadows, Ancil. lancnster, 1 Morrow, K. W. Ijtncnutcr, I .Manuel, J T Umcastcr, I .Morris, Sam. Ijincaster, 1 Jt-s.- (Irlinc. James, Judson, 1 1 ft deorge, ljinciiter, I 1 Owi't.3 Henry, K I & S. It.. Iittemtor. I'nce. I'ollnr.', Henry. jtncater. I'altrcr, I! V. Incaster. 1 I'urinr.l, T T , 1'ollar.l. nt , Lancaster, I I'rcstci:, Jesre, Iincttnter. Itar.klu, T C, LHtunster. 1 Huberts. ( ourtney, Ijincater Niiy'rr 1 1 1 McQuerry, rorter, Mil) r:ilil (ieo., Ijiiicster. 1 M.ller, James, 1 Humphrey, Homer, llourne, 1 Humphrey, Clnte, llourne, 1 Hackley, Sarah K., Huenn Vista, 1 Unn, J. h, Iluena Vista I (son, Hill, llrvantsville, I Jennings, 11. M. Hrynntsvllle, I (jinham, Minnie. llourne, 1 Lenvell, J. II., Uryantsville, 1 Montgomery, Krnest, llourne, I Majors, Charlie, Iluena Vista, I Montgomery, Ike, llourne, 1 Mullin. Ceorge,. Iluena Vista, 2 McKcnzte, J. II., Uryantsville, 2 I'rcston. Clayton, llourne, 1 Preston. Hen. llourne. I Pryor, J. (i., Huenn Vista, 1 Prewitt, Mrs. N'oni, Ijincanter, 1 Peters, Jerry, Ilrynntsvilte, I Ituble, I.. II., Huenn Vista, 1 HoKers, Millnnl, llourne, I Kankin, David, .Marcellu. 1 ltankln. II. I. Marccllus, I I Hankin. Ilobert. Itendy, Cy, Marccllus, 1 Scott. William H., Huenn Vista, 1 Sutton, J. K., Ijinenstrr, I Stipes, Kay. Hryuntsvllle. 1 Smith, W. N , Iluena Vista 1 Shirks. Frank, Huenn Vista 1 Huenn Vista 1 Scott. Slierrow, Hen, llourne, I Swope, A. H., Uryantsville, 1 Swope, Marian. Mnrcellus, t Segar, Jean Iluena Vista, 1 .Simvon. Jns., Uryantsville, 1 Tnpp. Thomas. llourne I , (raves. Speske, Kd, Iinraster. 1 Simpion, Clay. Judson, I Sebastian, J. J.. Ijincaster. I Tuttle. Henry. Ijinraiter, 1 I Turner, Joe,' Turpin, Dock, Ijincaster, I Tevls, Forest, Incaster, I Tnrranre, Smith, Ijincaster, I Wherrltt. Thomns, Ijincatter, 1 White, Simon, Ijincaiter, I Woods, Wesley, Ijincnster. 1 flrranUvill, District, No. 2. Arnold. W. T., Ilr)nUville, 1 Canter, Clin., Ilrynntsvllle, I Chritoplter. J. I).. Hrynntsvtlle, 1 Crank, Tom, llourne, 1 Clark. Perry. Mnrccllus. I Doolln, llnymond, Marccllus, 1 Dnley, Cyrus, Lnnrnitcr, I Dyehnuse. John, llourne. I Doolln. S. II., Ilryantivllle. 1 Dunn, Henry, Mnrcellus, t Dunn, Wm. II., Marcellus, 1 Dunn, Sam. Mnrcellus, 1 Kmbry. CurtH, .Mnrcellus, I Ford, J. C. Ituena Vlitu. I Lizzie. Mnrcellus. 1 Thompson, Ijincaster, t Fast, Mrs. Lucy, Ijincaster. 1 Fuel, Gilbert, Ijincaster, I llnrrlson. (irern. Ijinraiter, I Humphre y, Mote, Ijincaster, I Humphrey, Floyd, Ijincaster, 1 Hurt, Safe, tjincaster, I 'rilume, Thomas, Ijincaster, I Hume, F.ltza, Ijinrnttrr. I ' Hurt, Llge, Ijincaster. 1 Hume, Frnnk, Ijincaster. I Howard, Alvln, Ijincaster, 1 W M., Lancaster. I I Isltell, Kindred, Clayton, Ijincaster, 1 Davis, , King, ' (u. VntMlrriHiol, Wallace, I Adktsen. (i. IE., I.ancatcr, Andersen. Wm., Ijincaster, .llurton, Abe, Lancaster, 1 iCnandler. John. Ijtncs.ter, 'Cole, John. Ijinraitcr, 2 Cnrnliu. A J , Linen tor, Daley, John. Marcellus, I IlucUye. No. 3. l(uell, ItryantsiHe, 1 1 1 1 1 1 l)a.. Karl Lv 1 IJWiaster I Ijind, John, Ijincaster, 1 Ijind, Jnmes, Ijincaster, I l.ognn. Mrs Ilettie, I.nncaMer, 1 Lee, W II., Ijincaster. 1 Ijiyton, Jesse. Ijincnter, I Mnv Mead. Lancaster, 1 Moherly, Carl, Ijincaster. I Moberly, Otto, Ijincaster, I Muberly, Charley, Ijincaster, I Mnupln, Hiram. Ijincaster, 1 Murphy, Snm, Ijincaster, 1 May, lloluirt, Ijincaster, 1 Miller, Perry, Ijincaster. 2 Mack, Will. Ijincaster, 1 Muck, Todd, Ijincaster, 1 Murphy, Heather, Ijincaster, 1 Matthews, Jasper, Ijincaster, I Noel, Lorn, Ijincaster. 1 Noel, liny, Ijincaster, I Prewitt, Carrol. Ijincaster. I Prattler, James. Ijincaster. I Preston, It. IL, Ijincaster. 1 Itoss, Milton jincater 1 Haney I. II., Ijincaster. I Itogers, John, Ijincaster, 1 Sparks, John IL, Lancaster. 1 .Smith, J. W. Ijincaster. i Sebastian, Jesse, Lin ouster, 1 Snyder, Jnmes, Ijincaster. I Sanders, W. C, Ijincaster, I Turner, II S., Ijincaster. 1 Turner, Walter, Ijincaster. 1 Vaught. Itobert, Ijncater. I Walker, K. C. Lincatr. I Wheeler, Morris, IjMtcatr. 1 Warren, Joe. Ijincaster. 1 Warren, Willie, Ijincaster. 1 Paint Lick. No. 4 Adnms, Tom, Crab Orchard, 1 Haird. S. Crab Orchard. 1 linker, John A., Crab Orckarsi, I Hrewer. Wm. Crab Orchard 1 Hurnslde Clay Crab Orchard. 1 Ilnltcw, Frank, Paint Uck. 1 Cbtistcen. Wm.. Crab Orchard. I Cbasteen. N. II.. Paint Uk. 1 CiMsley, K. II. Crab Orchar!. I Conner. W B.. '"rah Orraarei. 1 Conn, Andy, CartersvilW. I Conn. Clay, Carteraville. 1 C.M.k. F. IV. Paint Lick. 1 Cattrell, Mte. Paint Lick. 1 Cos. II. I... paint Ok. 3 Doultns. Ceorge. Paint Lick. 1 Da is. Mark. Crab OrcbarsL 1 Kstndge. Mrs A II.. Paint Lick. Fther. J H , ( rah Orchard. I Faulkner, Wm M I'm nt Lick. 1 1 Faulkner, John. P.unt l. Mrs. Wesley, Ijtnnuter, I Faulkner. Win. IL, Ijincaster, (astlnrau, Lee. Paint Lick, 1 C.nstlnrnu, Klsle, Paint Lick. I Cnstineau, (5. C, Paint Lick, 1 (insllneau, Mary, Paint Lick, 1 t Hiimmons. J. L , Paint Lick, 1 Hawley, Fannie, Ijincaster, I Hlggln, J F-- Umcaster, I Helton, Oscar, Paint Lick, I llammons, H. A., Paint Lick, I Helton. James C, Crab Orchard, 1 Hunt. Dock. Paint Lick, I Kennedy, Hob, Crab Orchard, I Knvnnaugli, Pete, Stanford, I Lenr. II, M.. Paint Lick. I Ijiwson, Hill, Crab Orchard, 1 Ijirkey, Charley, Ijincaster. 1 Matlock, Arthur, Cartcrsville, 1 Manuel. M C. Paint Lick. I Middleton, Susie. Crab Orchard, I Mays. W. II. , Paint Lick, t Merriman, John, Crnb Orchard. 1 McQucrry ,H. M , Paint Llrk. I McWhorter, Rinory, Ijincaster, I Pointer, Ira, Paint Lick 1 Plummrr. Tom, Paint Lick. 1 Perkin. Ktemuel, Crab Orchard, 1 Kay, Joe, Carteniville, 2 Koblnson. T. J., Paint Lick. 1 Saylor, (iranvlllr, Crab Orchsrd, 1 Turner. .V II., Cartcrsville, I Thompson. S W , Ijincaster. I Wallace. Henry, Pnint Lick, I West. W W , Paint Lick. I Watson, Klchnrd, Paint Lick. 1 Wells. Marion. Paint Ltck, I Attest J. II. Ilourn. CUrk, Garrard County Court II r Cronlry Ilrosdus, Deputy Clerk. , 1IRADSIIAW MILL. Delayed. Nannie It. Pearson of sent the past week wiUi Mrs Allle Keyneld ef dans Chapel Ml4e Unda Saralrs and Nannie It. PearssMi were amang the dinner guests ef Miss Kettle Curtis of Msm Itlch-Nsei- I, Ssmday Mr. and Mr. Mayd Snyders and kmi, Harlan were gumto Sunday af Mr and Mrs. Willie Taylor of Midi- sen. Gambling V. Sound Investment an the red." the into chance. "All of it where I can wet it back with latervst.' say the wan wna stay Cssrernment War 5avinirs Stamp are cuntie always worth more than pant for them man whet puts hu mono) eru-lattv- e -- "Twenty 1 Several Farmers Might built widen te In Erecting Drier of This Type. A big-sca- le 1 by mate department of agriculture: . Uh Thermos Principle. The thermos or tireless cooker principle Is used In this drier; that I. a apace of 3 or I Inches Is allowed the walls of the house, to bt filled wltli sawdust. This holds the beat and relieves the. necessity' of a constant watch over )ltm- - Ore. 'The furnace should be placed at the opposite end from the door and a stovepipe run from furnace enfl to, .the door end and back with sufficient deration to cause Rood draft A. drier of this also and type should, with good management, dry from 4 to 0 bushels a day, and should pay for Itself In one are the following direction, recommended by the United title and carry ofT the bent. The able lumof the truy are nf ; by ber, making the tray II Incite deep. The bottom of the tray I iiiiule nf by 1U Inches, with lattice strip spare the Mrlp run-t- i nt; lengthwise. The tntys have a center partition to MipMirt the botto tom lath nnd chpeeclotli Is cover the lath. There ure 8 Inche from the top of one tray to the top of the next. The. tray move on the bearers like a bureau drawer. A small opening must be left at top of bouse Just nbove iloora an outlet opening at front for steam. A be planued to let lr. foundation mu cool air to keep the fruit from sweat lag. I road test on 3,200 tubes f irKlViiv sxa How Firestone puts the miles in and then proves it not at YOUR TOUGH MEAT CAN BE MADE QUITE TENDER REMOVE Generally STAINS FROM WOOL ng More Difficult Than TreatiCotton or Linen Avoid Use of Chemicals. v Long Cooking at a Low Temper- ature Is Necessary. Many Ways of Preparing In Water Without Allowing It to Reach Dolling Point Possibilities of Double Boiler. Tough piece of meat arw a nutri- If you have ovenalted thx soup The Dutch oven or cast Irou pot throw In a few slices of raw pots-totop Is an This will absorb the excess salt with a heavy excellent utensil for the long cooking lleiiiove the potatoes before iMrvtiig the voup. t meats. tious as the tuoru tender cut and can he made quite a appetizing, but they require long cooking at u low temperature. There ure many way of cooking meat In water without allow Ing It to reach the boiling ltolut, culinary experts In the United State department of agriculture affirm. With the ordinary kitchen range this Is accomplished by searing the meat until brown, to develop the lluvor, then cooking on the cooler pert of the stove rather than on the hottest part directly over Iho Ore. Kxperlenco with a gas stove, particularly If It has a small burner known na a "slmmerer" usually enable I be cook to maintain temperature which will make It tender without hardening tho libera. The itosslbllltle of tho Uoublo boiler for IhU purpoo seem to have been neglected. Its content can easily bo kept up to a tempera-tur- o of 200 degrees Fahrenheit iind nothing will burn. Another method Is by means of the tireless cooker. In this a high temperature can bo mulntalued for a long time without the application of fresh Is by heat Still another imitbod baking weans of a closely covered of this dish. Kartlienwaro dish kind suitable for serving foods as well a for cooking are kuown as casse- In general It I more dltllcu.lt to re movo stalu from wool aud silk than from cotton or linen. In removing Main from material made from two or more IcImU of libera, hiiiIi n silk nnd cotton mixture, the o.lble efupon nil fect of the ittiilll relumer of the (liter should bo couldervd xiiy United State depnrtuient of ngri culture. No chemical should Im ued which would Injure the limit del km to of the titter present. Of THE INTEREST TO HOUSEWIFE No other tubes in the world arc road tested on so big a scale as Firestoncs. The Yellow Cab Company of Chicago uses Firestone Tubes exclusively on its 800 taxi cabs. The service of these tubes is checked constantly improvements and developments are arrived at. By close watching of a large number of tubes in service not confined to isolated instances, the conclusions ore accurate and definite. Firestone puts the best in materials into tubes by establishing purchasing experts at Singapore, center of the world's rubber market. Firestone puts the best in workmanship into tubes by organizing the crack manufacturing organization of the industry on a profit-sharing basis. I'upcr Hhellnl ulmouds have usually larger kernel. White fur can ing with contmeal. l cleaned by brush- Ilaudviute curt it I in can be made only of good material. Old ipillu run be washed and saved for lining new oue. Orange wilt peel easily If allowed And then subjects the finished product to e this road test in order to get you more for your tube money and more miles out of your tires. And yet Firestone Tubes cost no more than the ordinary kind. big-scal- to staud In hot wuter for live minute. Honk handkerchiefs In a pall of salt and water boforv putting them Into the ordinary wash water. (let rid of tufted und cuthloued furniture a soon us poslble. Dutt I the greateat friend of dleae, mid much dust linger In upholstered furniture. role. close-fittin- g TUtM