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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 22, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920072201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 22, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 12 Pages Today. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TEAR 12 Page Today. TIIIRTfriRST LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 22, 1920. NUXftlR l. MISS HELEN GILL Appointed Truant Officer For Garrard County. One of the most popular appoint n ments that the County Board of could have made, was the naming of Mla Helen 0111 ns Truant for Garrard county. Mlaa (!lll Is Ideally equipped In every way for this responsible and Important portion anil one thnt she will fill most acceptably to the public and to the Hoard of Education. The entire community, all of wham U. or should he Interested In the edu. Edu-catio- CHARGES NEW AUTO LAWS SPECIAL CLARK PLACE EXAMINATION Raising Of Huge Slush Being Violated Every Sells For .$25,000 To For Teachers To Be Fund. Day In Lancaster. B. Woods of Paint Held NextJMonth. Parents are certainly unaware of Cos 5ayt G. O. 1'. It Cellini Ths Lick. the law passed by the hist Legislature The unusual shortage in teachers In thla and other counties throughout) the state, ha called for n special ex-- j amlnntion of teachers to he held in Count-Georg- BIG INCREASE J. Six Hundred Million Dollars Added To Payroll Of Railway Men. e White To Direct Campaign. OHIO, ('OLUMIIU.H, July 21 IjinraMcr, Friday and Saturday, Aug- Charges thnt the Itepubllrans were raiting n campaign fund sufficient to ust Otis and 7th, to supply tome of were made the schools of the county which have "shock the sensibilities" Tuesday night by Governor James M. not been provided with teacher. Cox, the Democratic presidential canA tetter from State Superintendent didate, in an address to the Demos George Colvin to Mls Jennie cratic National Committee, which per, our county superintendent, sets fected organization for the campnign out clearly the importance of this exyesterday. amination and just wlmt the requireThe Democrats, Governor Cox decation of the children of the county, ments will be before any teacher will clared, will Insist upon continuance should lie grateful to the hoard for he legally qualified to take charge of of the senatorial investigation of thla splendid appointment and they a school. i campaign contributions and expendiare to lie congratulated upon securIn the letter to Mis lllggins, Mr. tures and alto will make frequent nnd ing the lervlrea of one so well quali- Colvin says: Ml detailed accountings of their finances. fied and etriclent in every way. "In order that we may be utile to" The Democratic platform, he deCUI asaumen her ilutiea at once. take care of the teacher shortage in The new school law patted by the a number of countiet, there will be clared. It "a promlsory note" "which legislature, compel- - the attend- held In each county on the first Fri- will be paid in full. He closed his ance In the public school of all chil- day and Saturday (fith and 7th) of nddrest with the prediction of a Novdren between the ages of alx. and August an examination of elinientary ember victory. In conformance ith the recomyears. Many famlliea in thu and state certificates. A number of county who are not observing thla teachers are anxious to teach but are mendation of the subcommittee, the National Committee unanimously law, are thereby violating the atate not legally qualified, 1 with you elected George II, White, of Marstatutes. would Interett yourself in having as It will be the duty of the tniant of- many desirable applicants as ioihle ietta, Ohio as its chairman. Selection of Mr. White wns foreto ce that every child between take this coining examination. The ficer the age of alt and sixteen year, are law, as you know, requires at least ' cast late Tuesday when he announced he had been selected as Ohio memIn actionl. three examinations at stated periods. The law that hat just been received It allows other examinationt to be ber of the committee to icceed Edmund II. .Moore, cf Younmtown. by the board of Education i printed held whenever necessary Let me in full below in order that parrnta of suggest at the coming examine Co Des'itc the request cf Governor that Moore earlier n th'e i.ay refused the community may become familiar tion you use only one assistant examwith It- - proviiioni. iner unless there be a sufficient num-- to V eonsidered for t ie pest because Provision of lli- - New Law. ber of applicants to justify the use of1 of pressing personal but ncss. Every normal child compelled to both of them. It will be difficult to! After a conference between Gov, rnor Co Franklin D. Itcoevclt and attend nomc chol, common, private, finance the coming examination unless Mr. Whiterit was announced that tne berochlnl, for the full term there be a rather large number of or tentative dntes for the notification of tween the age of six and tixteen, applicants. th'e presidential and vice presidential You will hold this examination just unless auch child i not in proper candidates were: Governor Cox, Satatexactly as you hold other examinaphyalral or mental condition to urday, August 7, tend school, and unless auch child tiont, having the white applicants in governor'a home, at TraiPa End, the and Mr. Roosevelt In case one room, ami the colored, if there be haa completed the grade. Monday, August !Uh, nt his home nt children attend private or parochial any, in a separate room. (ive this examination aa much Hyde Park. New York. schools, uch achoul shnll provide a term that mutt not be a shorter publicity aa possible. Do not under period than the term for the common any circumstances employ, or nllow school, and the teacher- - and the to begin school, any teacher who is It will be interesting, no doubt, to course of atudy In auch private or not legally qualified " the patrons of the Chautauqua just parochial schools mutt be approved closed to know that all of the 400 seaby the Stat Hoard of Education; son tickets were sold and that there Is and auch private and parochial a balance on hand of about $51.00, Gilead Church. schools ahall report attendance in the which will be applied on the sale of aame manner aa common schools. going; teaton tickets next year. The guarThe Rev. Mr. O. J. Steger may "be Employment certificate, to conduct a meeting at Gilead church antors, in other words, lost nothing Uiued to children between fourteen beginning Augutt 2nd, at 8 o'clock by their generosity and mudc it posand alxteen year of ace, in accord- IV M. The services will continue sible for Lancaster and Garrard ance with the provisions of law rvgu-lati- about twelve days, with two services county to enjoy a high clats, clean the employment of children. each day, at eleven A, M. and at eight entertainment. Such children who have not satisfac- o'clock P. M. The pastor and church torily completed the grades ahall at- cordially invite the public to attend tend the continuation school, when each of these services. As a committee of the Freedom established, for not lest than four nor Edward N. Lawion, Pastor. Church, will sell at auction at the more than eight hours each week one throughout the regular term. Lost On Lexington Pike. church, July mile south of Nina, Saturday 24th., at two o'clock, At the end of each week the teachOne Black and Grey painted win about 30 church benches in good ahall report to the Attendance Ofer ficer the name and age of every child wheel of .McFarland Auto. Finder condition. residing in her school district who will pleato phone no, .400. E. n. T. Lunsford Lexington, Ky. faila to attend school, as prescribed by law. It it tho immediate duty of the Attendance OlTicer to investigate be such caset. If due to neglect or refusal on the part of the parent or auch person who has auch child under comtant control. It becomes the duty of the Attendance Officer to report such caie or catra to the nearest court having jurisdiction, and it ahall be tho duty of aald court Immediately to issue hi warrant againtt the person having control of auch child, and said court thall try aald case as other criminal cases aro tried. The penalty for failure to comply with tho Attendance Ijiw shall not aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaassaaaaaaaBLV be less than $5.00 for ench offense County Judges and magistrates hold examining trials only to determine whether or not tho defendant ahall be hold over over to the grand Jury. Of-fle- er Hlg-gin- lt slx-tee- n regarding automobile traffic and the perrons driving them, The law says that no person under fourteen years of age is permitted to drive a car under any condition. Per sons under sixteen und over fourteen may drive If accompanied by mnn or woman twenty-on- e years or over. Persons over sixteen may drive un accompanied. No boy under eighteen is permitted to hold a position as chauffeur. It Is nn every day occurance to tee this law violated in Ijincanter, by boys under fourteen driving outomo biles, although they may be accom panled by parents, this Is In violntion of tiie law. We do not know whose duty it is to enforce this law, but it should he done. The question is: will it? Its being enforced in other towns, why not in IjincnMcr before a serious ac cident occurs upon one of our crowd ed thoroughfares. The place of Mr, James Clark on Richmond street and known as the DOUBLE WAGES OF 1916. Judge W. E. Walker home, sold at public auction yesterday morning, in dollars was Six hundred million less time than it takes to write this added to the pay envelopes of the article, to Mr. J. B. Woods of the nation's 2,000,000 railroad workers Paint Lick section of the county, for last Tuetday in the first award hand215,000. ed down by the new United States This it one of the most desirable Railway Labor Hoard. pieces of property in or near Lancas demands of the or- ter, lying juit outside of the city Urn State j its nnd containing about twenty-fou- r acres of land, with handsome brick residence and other necessary and substantial outbuilding including a good tobacco barn. This property was purchased by Mr. Clark about two yean ago for Jl'J.OOO. It wait told through the real estate firm of O. T. Wallace and Co., of Lexington, managed here by Manley, W. M. Nicholls nnd Green Clay Walker. It wni one of the best conducted sale we have ever attend ed. the attute auctioneer, Hon. W. II Mntthcwt, entertaining the crowd DEMOCRATIC every minute of the time, especially when ho was handing out the pocket Committee Meet- books and dollar bills. Mr. Woods with his estimable family will move to Lancaster January ing. next and they will receive a hearty Conirtumin Canlrill Slattd For welcome by the citizens of the city and community. Chairman. The Democratic Statu Committee 1 will meet in Louisville Tuesday, July 27th, at which time the telectlon of PRESIDENT AND COX IN ACCORD Washington, Gov. James M. Cox, Democratic nominee for the Presi dency, assured President Wilson that do everything if elected he would within his power to carry out the promise the President has made rel ative to the great Issue of the League of Nations. This assurance wns given by the candidate in the conference which the President had at the White House last Sunday with Mr. Cox and in which Franklin D. Roosevelt, Assis tant secretary of the Navy, who is ice the Democratic nominee for President alto participated. The conference begun at 10:30 o'clock. The Democratic nominees were with the President an hour. G. O. P. Hopt Are Blasted. Republican hopes and predicitions that the views of Mr. Cox and Mr. Wilson would clash over the League of Nationt went glimmering when formal statements were issued at the White House thowing that the President and Mr. Cox are in perfect accord on the league issue. Blj Three Make Slatamtntt. "The Big Three." after the conference, made the following statements: Br Mr. Wilton. "The interview was in every most satisfactory and gratifyre-so- The Chautauqua. Congressman Cantrill at campaign chairman will probably be nnnounc. ed. Judge Hardin, chairman of the committee, will issue the call this weuk. It was said nt Democratic headquarters recently that Senator Beckham will name the campnign chairman and that Tom Rhea, of Percy Haley, of Russellville and Frankfort, would be offered the posi tlon, hut both would refute; the former for family reasons and the latter for butinets reasons. MEETING A Big Catch. Jim Ileazley has run nearly all his fishermen friends out of town telling them of the two big bass he caught at the Nevius pond yesterday after noon jutt about sundown. The two weighed eleven pounds and were caught with a tandem spinner. Mr, W. A. Dickerson was with Mr. Beat-le- y when the two big fith were caught, but unfortunately just at the oppor tune time Mr. Dickenon's line be came entangled in a limb and when Inst heard from he was still working with that line. At 1 Public Sale. Col Frank Ripy Here. Col. Frank Rlpy, candidate for the democratic nomination for Congress at the primary August 7th, Is in the city and county this week mingling with the constituency, in the interett of his candidacy. CoL Itlpy looks every Inch a winner and tells a representative of the Record, thnt he has the nomination nailed down and will take King Swope's scalp in November. He has many friends In Garrard that are backing him to the limit and will work hard for his nomination at the August primary. ing. e ssaaalalasssssfe aliHHBiv SeBBBHIeleleleKt Good Woman Passes Away. CANADA BLAMED For Print Paper Shortage. ASHEVILLE, N. C, July 20. Blame for much of the shortage of print paper in the United States was laid to Canada by Col. W. E. Katkill, vice president of tho International Paper Company, in un address today before the Southern Newspaper Publisher' Association. Ho i!eclured there was no juttltka tlcu for the measures adopted by the provinces of Ontario, Quebec and New Ilruntwlck prohibiting the exportation of native timber which had not been Manufactured Into lumber, pulp or paper. These provinces, Colonel Jlasklll aid, are tile with proper regulation and Are protection to cut three to four million conk of timber annually without seriously Impairing their own supplies . atsBl aaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV LrssBBBBsw (Political Advertisement) BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBM JBBv kmRkLIK, IIV'sv 'sWvbbbsbMsT laLLHlHBLHLLLLr VOTE FOR FRANK L. RIPY, for CONGRESS Primary August 7th, 1920. Your SupportWill Be Appreciated. HE CAN WIN. The remains of Mrs. Ellen Walker Tevis were brought to Richmond Saturday and the funeral services were held at the grave Sunday, Rev, Telford, officiating. Mrs. Tevis has been an invalid for two years or more and was a most patient sufferer. She was 78 years old the 10th of July and pasted away the 16th of July at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Muth, in Richland, Missouri, where she had been making her home. Mrs. Tevis was the oldett daughter of the late Wade II. and Ann Walker, and was born and reared in this county, being one of our best und beloved citizens. She is survived by three children, two brothers, Messrs Jim Walker of Richmond, It. L. Walker of this city, five sisters, Mrs. Uurnslde of Richmond, Mr. Cotton, of N. C, Mrs, II. F, Hudson, Mrs. W. O, Rigney of this city, and Mrs. D. D. Geiger, of Huntington, West Virginia. Those from here who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mr. B. F, Hudson, Mr. and Mr. W. O. Rigney, Mr. R. U Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Kavan-augMr. and Mrs. Arch Walker, Mr. New and Mr. Wood Burntide, Mr. and Mr. Wesley Dickerson, Mr. Shirley at Frank Markabury'a warehouse: Hudson, Mr. John Walker of MImIm-Ipp- l government inspected, double weave, mildew-proon double filled, and tie f and Miss Francis Geiger of rope attached. Only $20. Virginia. h, " found what I already knew, and what Governor Cox has let the whole world know in his speeches that he and I were absolutely at one with re gard to the great issues of the League of Nations and that he is ready to be the champion in every respect of the honor of the nation nnd to secure peace of the world, "Governor Cox will have the vig. orous support of an absolutely united party, and I am confident alto of an absolutely united nation." By Mr. Coi. "We are agreed a to the meaning and sutflciency of the Democratic platform and the duty of the party in the face of threatened bad faith to the world in the name of America. "His thought is stilt of the war and the pledget we gave to those who sacrificed. One easily sees that the leader of the nntion who asked for our sons and our resource on a very distinct understanding and obligation, is resolved that the faith thall be kept. To this thought and life are dedicated. What he promised I shall, if elected, endeavor with all my strength to give." Bjr Mr. Rootevelt. "I wish that every American could have been a silent witness to the meeting between these two great men. Their splendid accord and their high purposes are an inspiration. I need only add that my re gret In leaving my post under Presl. dent Wilson Is softened by the know ledge that my new Commander-in- Chief will be his wholly worthy successor," Rejecting the ganized rail unions for increases totaling approximately J 1,000,000,-00the board decided approximately CO per cent of thnt sum would be a jutt Increase to meet pretent living conditions. The award adds approximately 21 per cent to the present pay schedules. Railroad officials have declared that any pay increase awarded the men must be followed by a corresponding increase in rates, and they plan, it is said, to file new tariffs with the Interstate Commerce Commlttlon as toon as they can be prepared. Referendum Vol Llkeljr. Whether the award as given will stave olf the threat of a general railroad strike remains to be seen. The leadens of practically every one of the sixteen big railroad unions were pretent when Judge R. M. Barton, chairman of the board, handed They left imdown the decision. mediately to present the award to 1,000 general chairmen, who had gathered here to pass on its acceptability. The union president refused to make any comment before the meeting. The approximate terms of the decision had been known to them last Monday and they believed then their men would stay In line, at least until a refrendum vote can be taken. Nearly a month will be needed for the referendum. , The board's decision is restroactive to May 1. As the maximum increase granted any class was 18 cent an hour, or $30.72 per month, the biggest pay check due when the back pay settlement is made August 1 will Engineers, firemen be for $110.10. and helpers in the yard service will receive this amount. The board provides that the back pay checks shall be made out separately so that each man will know the amount he receives from that source. Seven Points Considered. Seven things were taken into con. slderation in arriving at the award, the preamble of the board's announcement says. They were: .."The seal paid for similar kinds of work in other industries) "Tha relation between wags and tha cost of living) "Tha haiardt of tha employments) "Training Und skill required) "Degree of responsibility) "Character and regularity of tha mploymant) "Inequalities in ineraata and treat-maratuling from previous wag orders." "Those persons who consider the rate determined on herein too high should reflect on the abnormal conditions resulting from the high cost of living and the high rates now being paid in other industries," the board said. "The employe who may believe these rates too low should consider the increased burden these rates will place on their fellow countrymen, many of whom are lets favorably situated than themselves. "The board has endeavored to fix auch wages as will provide a decent living and secure for the children of the wagearners opportunity for edu cation, and yet to remember that no clans of Americans should receive preferred treatment and that the great mass of the people mutt ulti mately pay a great part of the in- creased cott of operation entitled by the increase In wages determlnded herein." 0, nt WORK On Highways Will Be Started Next Spring. Work Lexington, Ky on the proposed new system of State high, ways in Kentucky will not be started until the spring of 1021, according to un official notice received by Judge F. A. Bullock from Highway Engineer Hogg. Engineer Boggs hat sent out a notice to all the county Judges and county road engineer to the effect that lack of financle and the need of proper time to reorganize the would Stat Highway Department prevent activities being launched until the spring--. Brand Tarpaulins Hun-tlns;to- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 22, 1920 Perfect Health is Yours If the Blood is Kept Pure opcnlnj. A few lottles of 8. S. S., You hsald pay particular heed vigorous vitality. Evcryono needs to any Indication that your blood it Jut now to keep tho system in druif upply If bccomlnjr slucclsh, or perfect condition. Go to and there is n lemoning in iU storo and Ret a bottlo y, If you need any medical advice, you stronjr nnJ vital force. By keeping your Wood purificil. can obtain It without cost by writyour system more easily wards otT ing to Medical Director, Swift Spedlfcaic that I cvrr present, wait- cific Co., 11J L'w.lt Laboratory, Ating to attack whf ' r thcro is an lanta, Ga, THE STRAIGHT PATH. DCLAN rt i Almost Every Human Ailment blood medicine, Is Directly Traceable to Im the great veKctablc blood and clva will rcvltallx your purities in the wood. you new strength and a healthy! Hy WALTER Q 1 (Crrii Watii- sccocecoacoococeec t. i " wui w - tht ynr in '.id It .ry lit and wn .tMim'..! iif Whn looked t4.npram llrm, reeotniUed mid with apparetiti t'f"n,,r' l'riK.H and contraMcd ttmt cowttthm with the present lie drooped Ills head liutmll . r. fln.e when he link the trustid umdnjio of a (nice I ' . OERTElS DOIIBIE-DAR-K The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it in your home at all timt j Incorporate i Maker, of Oertcli Doublt Dark. Otrlalt Dark and Orrtrli Litht. N. L. Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Hnrrodsburg Ky I I The OERTEL Co. Louisville, Ky. 40 or 50 FARMS FOR , ' SALE OR EXCHANGE. If you want to Buy a Farm change a Farm see Sell a I who scanned Hen In n shrinking, fear-Minay, tmt plain pity came Into her face a hrr ) reted upon his younger companion, and she murmured something aWtut "Witcr day." Then ha called: "Myni. dear, come her-.- " Then had appeared a ounc clrl of lerhapi twenty, fair of form awl feature. Hrr eyi". too, pierced the mak of the young fellow of unkemptne whose mc ntid mibnven face showed that he ai not In lit rlcht clement. The young laily made no comment but went bark Into the house and reappeared with some cold meat, bread and butter nml n pitcher of milk. Urn of proceeded to dlspntch th luneh and then Mrolled carelessly about the yard. Denhain n tlnMi-lna last crust of bread when the younc laily renppenred, a child of even. apparently her alater, about tioldlnc a plutn rtntatDlnc n pU'o of pie. "Nellie lnlt! on your havlnp this," poke Myni Ward eently. man looka o "Oh, yea, the huncry!"' prattleil the little one. "Wnlt." niblril tho jnune lady, set-tlnK the plate upon the porch, anil hastened Imck Into the house ami two-thir- d ated and dlskearirnod. tlic little home The more o Ilkw cottage lit the door of which Men Dcvlns. bold and nccrejslve. (mil nuked for something to Vat had for IU ml- whlte-hnlre-d old holy tresi a 11 F S L known as the Bob Burton land, now owned by J. W. Smith nt jor AUCTION on the premises, six miles from Lancaster, on Buckeye pike, close to graded school, ! Farm -- or Ex' W. T. KING The 'Auctioneer and Real Estate Man. R. F. D. No. 1. LANCASTER, KY. t Auctioneering a specialty. Guarantee Satisfaction. j I CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. , OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. broucht a silver fork. There could be no tnoro delicate compliment or recognition. Penhatn lowrrtil ht ejes, for tho quick tear eame. The younc lady, a letter In her hand, went urouml to the front of the houe ni If to place It beside the letter box for the malt earrlerto take up, re turned, and a minute later Hen heck ond urgently. "We'd better make trnck," he said, and Denhatn could not underMamt hW hnitte. "TliU la no good town If the Tlllaco constable jplei ua." "I wnnt to nncli Southirt before dark." Hen apprised hint. "WVte been living on handouts for a week. I want somethlnc better." Tor only n few da) Denlinm had trntnpMl It with lien. When the firm he had worked for 90 Ions fulled he hud been unabl to cet on hi feet acnln. Ttien cntne n rpell of aloknen, no work Inter unit then uholuto pov Saturday, JULY 24 10 A. M. rain or shine This is a fine sandstone tobacco land, in high state of cultivation, will be sold in three tracts, with two complete sets of im- 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. hank has two Time Lock Safes, one This of which is kept Locked. Hudsonrresidtnt. J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidion, Cashier. W. O. Rigney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Mrs. .V. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. Wm. F. Miller, Toller. B. F. Vice-Preside- erty. they reached the city Hen still further Mirprled Denhatn by tak-- . I UK a room In 11 fairly respectable hold for tel. Denham noticed that he r bill. the name with 11 "I had that stowed nway all the time," nerted mendacious and tricky lien. "I wanted to surprlxe jou. Therv'a a the. Co around nnd enjoy yourself until I come back," and he did not retipenr until mldnlclit. al-- 1 most riotous us he allowed an Immense package of hank nodes. "My "Klve hundreil!" he cloatwl. luck nt cards held Ann. Now thrn. partner, while I'm In fumU I'm coins to cet back to frleuds. I'm no piker, so I'm coins lo Mako you to co where you pleaie. Here, I'll stow two twen tlen In my old wallet. Take It, noth-In- c will but a new fancy do me Just now." Denlinm could scarcely believe his cood fortune ua ho started for his homo town the nest moraine. Hut n vnt mrprUo creeti blm. An untie hud dlel leuvlnc him a Moall fortune utid lawyers hud (Men feeklnc for him everywhere. The transition from l'ovcrly to wealth dazed blm. Then 11 Mrntip discovery started hltu on a singular uest. In the old bullet he had found a letter. It was all crumpled up and wn dlrectil to "Kdwln Ward." It told of an Inclonure of fifty dollars and It Implored "denr brother" not to loo henrt, that, siiiult as was the amount, and puird with dlfllculty, It must be made to serve Its recipient to carry out his pin The letter was dated at the town where the younc lady had plvtn Den ham nnd Hen that free meal. At once Denhatn surmlx-- tho truth. Hen must have overheard the clrl und tier moth, er dlscukslnc the contents of the letter, had wickedly Molen It from the letter box ni.d had appropriated the lucloiure. Wado Denhatn could not rest until he had located Kdwln Want, to tlnd hlin strivlnc to tuaku hU way In the literary field. Jutt In time ho reached When llfty-dolla- provements. 1918 tobacco crop of this farm averaged 70 cts. about 27 acres, long pike frontage, new 7 room dwelling1, 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. TRACT No. 1- -of ' , V Indiana Farms and one-four- th For Sale. ' FARM NO 1051 A farm of Mil acres, on pike road, one miles to railroad station, one mile to church and close to school; all level lnnd; 101 acres cleared; 12 acres in timber; 35 acres in blue grans and 25 acres in clover and other grasses, balance in cultivation; mostly black land; well fenced and in high state of cultivation; some orchard; watered by wells and cisterns. Farm is tile drained and is very productive. IMPROVEMENTS. house; one good framed barn; one Fine good good bank barn 50x70. This is a good buy. Priced right. Write for our free price list of our Kentucky, Ohio and 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- TRACT No. of about 15 acre block between the above two tracts, nice pike frontage good land, everlasting water, and would make someone a dandy small farm"out on broadway" where they advanc in value continually. 3-Co- Indinna farms. . et.3&2R ) Johnson and Beaty. Greenville, Ohio. lecaei I The owner has purchased the Robert Gulley home tract to which he 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. POPULAR EXCURSION i SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1920 3on 0 CINCINNATI kJJA.CJT' I.MXIBEM WAK TAX D1 For further particulars, see the owner on the premises, or Bill Whittaker, at Hackley, or SoohnRmway System ROUND TRIP FARE CA. FROM DANVILLE tho discouraged one to save blm from abandonluc all Ms encrliied uiubl (Ions. To the brother Denhain told all, that he allow him to help hint with his ample means. .Six months later, the Invited cuest of his Denhain found himself once more at Hose cottace, hut qnder what new-frien- Special Train Leave Danville CiOO A. M. Returning Special Train Leave Cincinnati 61IO P. M. (CsafailTaw) II M. DtuiUdlfcwutioa upca tpplk.lioa la M. 1. CWCIHJX. TUket AtBt. mXTIIXr, KT. C. KI.NU, IHtUtct iihi Alto I, LXlftUTON, KT. I strnncely contrastlnc circumstances I llyru Wurd kLew him ct u tilunre. 8he was opprlitd of the truth and alt tho truth. The real soul of htm who had once been a penniless wanderer shone forth too clearly to haw hur refrain from sympathy for one the had drat met amid mlsfurtune. and his love became the one romance of her life. D. A. Thomas LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 22, I 920 3 THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Fori! One Ton Truck U a profitable "beast of burden" and surely has the "right of way" in every line of 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 talkicover and leave yourorderforone. worm-driv- e Primary Election LAW ENFORCE-MEN- T DROP FORESEEN IN The following is the list of candidates to be voted for at the primary election to be held in Gar- Omission In Republican rard county, Saturday, August 7th, 1920, and Platform Discovered as their names will appear on the ballots. By Prohibitionists. PLANK LEFT OUT. WEEDPRICES Retard Crop lllngtt U. S. On Weather, Dipit, Forecast, Tobacco Mn Say. AVERAGE SEEN. DEMOCRATIC PARTY. For Democratic Nomination For Representative In Congress GKOHGB T. DAVIS, of Liberty, Kentucky CU CH EZ1 UAU'H GIM1KKT, of Shelbyvillc, Kentucky FRANK h. IMl'Y, of l.nwroncoliunr, Kentucky, V. H. EDWARDS, of Dnnvillu. Kentucky and that meant the death of their child. n Piecemeal Or Chunks. smoke? Do I)h chew? Do ywu swear? De you tiooie? careuse? Do If yHi Ut none at thee thine are euMtdcrcd nn oxemplary yeung man, a model fer the growing generation to foltaw, n rwil rntrh in the HwtrlimnUI market for some sweet jwing irlrl. Hut nppearances are often decep-tlvt- u A veneer of piety moy cover n world of ratrnlity. hail A few weeks ago the wp-rof a former nrmy something to lieutenant who killed a tramp who hM up him and hit wife In the vestiIn the bule of their Chicago home firing the young wife wa also killed, yu yu )'u '" duly md, and wn ceiwiilen-- d ns a dead shot and a hero. Now he ha canfoed that he hired the tramp to stage a holdup In order that he might murder hU wife. He killed lioth the wife and the tramp Yet in the eye of the public he m a "md'l young man", with none af the vit so prevalent today. He neither smoked, nor chewed, nor cuwed, ner Iwezcd, nor caroused, but his heart was as black as they make them. Soon he will hang, and the devil The olfleer w-- CHICAGO, (Associated Press) The law ami order plniik adopted by the Itepublican National Convention hits been left out of the platform as fcMUcd from Itepublican headquarter)), Virgil (i. Ilinshuu-- , chairman of the Prohibition N'ntlonnl Committee, said Saturday. "Prohibitionists," auid Chairman Hlmhaw, "are thunderstruck by the failure of the Itepublican platform issued by the National Committee to embody the law enforcement plank adopted along with other planks by unanimous vote of the Itepublican National Convention. "Clinton N. Howard, represcnta-liv- e of the Prohibition National and William Jennings Ilryan sat in the Itepublican Convention and heard this plank reud In advance of it adoption which followed without n dissenting vote. It was published as part of the platform in all the big papers of the land. "Itecently I went to the headquarters of the Itepublican National Com. mittee in Chicago, anil Capt, Victor Heintz, in charge, admitted the omission and said he was taking the mat-to- r up with the authorities in in order to ascertain the reason for leaving it out." The plank referred to by Mr. was tliM: "The equality of all cltuoiu under the law has always been a policy of the Itepublieaii party. Without obedience to law and maintenance of order, our American itMtitutkm must perish. Our laws must be impartially enforced and sHedy justice should be secured." Com-mittee, New-Yor- k Illn-sbaw s want to march sedately through a crowd, with heuil erect, will welcome hia own. You can't sometime always tell, chest thrown out, 'eyes to the front, and the multitude falling over thembut there ! a certain amount of selves to give you the right of way, in all of u. It n bolter to let It out piecemeal just interview a skunk before ou start You"II go through. than in chunks If you EXECUTOR'S SALE Mrs. Lucy H. Beazley's Fine Farm on Logan's Creek 170 Acres of Land At AUCTION on the Premises at 10:30 THURSDAY, JULY 29th, I, a executor of Mr. Lucy H. Bcazlcy, will on the above date, aell for the high dollar, this good farm of 170 acre. It will be an absolute tale, for the estate mutt be settled at once. Tobacco price will toboggan at the fall and winter markets in Ken tucky if the record crop predicted last week in the July report of the Department of Agriculture i wolgh cd in, according U Louisville of the industry' All agreed that present indications point to a large crop of good quality, but each qualified hi optim istlc opiiion by reference to the weather between now and cutting time. The report included that this season's tobacco crop will exceed the largest previous crop by 112,000,000 pounds. Weather of the next two weeks wilt be an important factor in the alte of the crop in Kentucky, if the largest tobacco producing plants roots are not moistened in the com ing fortnight, no crop of the magnitude prrdietcd by the Department will be grown. Demand Grtljr Increatrd "Demand for tobacco has increased in leaps and bounds in the last few years." F. G. Harpring, head buyer for the Liggett 4 Myers Tobacco Company here, said. "The Department of Agriculture is forecasting an enormous crop. If it materializes there should according to economics, be a drop in prices No one will know with any certainty, however, the sise of the season's crop until October 1st." W. D. Collins, president of the Louisville Tobacco Board of Trade, looks forward to a more stable market in the fall, notwithstanding the fact that he exnreed the opinion tint prices will he lower. "Hut I do not look fer a decline in prices paid by the consumers. Manufacturers will be forced to mark their prices in targe measure on prices paid the grower last winter." Averasja Predicted. Fanners, according to Mr. Collins, can count on an average of at least 20 cents a pound. Hurley tobacco grown in Kentucky last season marketed at an average of 35 cents a pound, while dark tobacco .produced in the western part of the State, brought an average of 17 cents a pound. A large part of the latter kind was kept otf the market because Francis K. Merriman, Jefferson County agricultural agent, express ed the fear that the crop will not be as large as expected. "Farmers throughout the State," he said, "are praying for rain. It now looks like the State will pro duce n record crop, but much de pends on whether there is sufficient rain-fal- l in the next two weeks. Prices largely will be regulated by whether much tobacco U exported." 'Trices are bound to be lower," J. Lewis Letterle, president of Jeffer son County Farm Rureau, said "with the greatly increased acreage that is being grown in Kentucky and with the large amount of dark tobacco that is being held for a rising market by the growers of Western Kentucky, Hurley tobacco brought good prices last year, but the market, at that, was not as good as in the fall and winter of 1918." reprc-sentativ20-C- Hasclden Bros Garage. We are not Interested in any cars, except the Ford. Ti !'- - r j McRoberts for a Drug Store I refreshing drink and the best in the drug line. I 2 T McRoberts Drug Store j How Will They Do It? The platforms of both political parties hold out hopes of a reduction in the con of living. Hut how Is it to be accomplished? It has long since ceased to be simply a matter of profiteers getting together and boosting prices. Labor in all lines is high, and everything that goes into the pro. duction of an article for use or consumption is alo high. Profits in many cases could be shaved, of course, but prices can never get back to normal as long as wages and salaries remain as they are. Can you imagine any man voluntarily accepting a reduction in pay for his services? We can not. And can you see how commodities are to be materially reduced In cost' until there is first a reduction in wages and salaries? We can not. Perhaps you possess a keen analytical mind and can see a way out of the whole muddle Out we can not BRADSHAW MILL, Miss Mae Comption of III., is visiting Misses Mabel and Jewell Prcwitt. Miss Jewell Prcwitt spent the past week with Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Prcwitt. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Snyder. School began here at Beech Grove with fairly good attendance and Miss Mabel Prewitt as teacher. Mr Phelton Wnrmouth, one of our oldest citizens died instantly, Tuesday at noon July Cth, he having been in usual good health up until death came. The burial took place in the Gilead Cemetery Wednesday. Much sympathy is extended to the berenved ones in their hours of grief. Some people live to learn, others learn as they live, but a few neither live nor learn. Their ambition soars no higher than a mere existence. WILHELM To Rest I Plans DaysSpendAn of On His Is- "Whole hog or none," was the motto of certain gentlemen In the early days. Today it has been modernized and abbreviated into "whole hog," ThU farm is located between the Goshen and Lancaster turnpikes, on good road, about two miles from Rowland, one of the best shipping points in the county. Three and one half miles from Stanford, and seven miles from Lancaster. This farm is on Logan's Creek, no better land anywhere; first and second bottoms, will grow any kind of crops; in high state of cultivation; between forty and fifty acres in blue grass sod that has not been plowed in forty years. This farm has been well taken care of, not hard run, and ready to punch. house; two halls; pantries and IMPROVEMENTS: Good closets, cistern at door, good stock barn, tobacco barn, 36x84, and all necessary outbuildings. New tenant house. seven-roo- land In South Seas. IJEItLIN The former Kaiser plans to follow the example of Robert Louis Stevenson and spend the re mainder of his life on an island In To Our Friends and the South Seas. His movements, of course, are con ditional on approval of the Allied Na tions, and 1 am Informed on excellent authority that his formal application for this permission will be fllcd short ly. Now that ids anxiety lest he be taken into court to stand trial on charges of criminal responsibility for the war and its atrocities, it relieved, he Is planning his life again. lie wants to take a few faithful friends southward and then spend his remaining years in literary work and musical compositions in which he believes himself gifted. He ha already been approached by American publishers who desire to purchase his output, but no contracts have been signed. Customers We want to ask you to see us this season before you dispose of your wheat. We have as good terms on storage as you can Good fencing and never failing water. If you are looking for a farm to and get a bargain. get, or will buy at the topmost market price. We want your wheat and will be as liberal make money on, attend this sale JULY 29th, 10:30 A. M. This is an absolute sale, so don't let it pass you. Fall seeding privileges; full possession January 1st, 1921. TERMS LIBERAL and made known on day of sale. For further particulars, see or write M. H. Beazley, Executor, on the place. as we can to get it. See us before you sell. M. H. BEAZLEY COL. JOHN B. OINW1DD1E, Auctioneer STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The former Kaiierin vsill accompany him, but his sons, especially the Crown Prince, are bitterly opposed to the plan, though it Li known that the climate of the South Seas will be j beneficial to his health. Garrard Milling Company II LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 22, 1920 i I Live Stock Facts SELECT BROOD SOWS IN FALL Animals Shcu'd D Fed In Manntr Olfftrent Frem Way They Ara Prepared fer Market IVEBY DAY A BARGAIN DAY BROWN WAGONS. Come in and see them at the following prices which are below what wagons would cost us on the market today. $140. tire 2 4 inch, U by $145. 3 inch, H by tire $155. 2 by tire 3 inch, $160. 3 inch, 2 by 8 tire 3-- 5-- 8 5-- 8 5-- 8 5-- Carly fall I the time of year when hng grim crs lionld selett from the prlng rrop of pi th sowi to be UmiI nt neit jour' dam. From nnw on until the breeding ?eann tliee sown should be fed In n manner differ ent from the way they were to lie fattened for market Hirpne. OifH fornge crop nre practically n nece slty. A wlf.fetiler containing n good quality of throMiiil onts make cimnI feel fur tliee sow. In addition, they may lie ml n small amount of corn and some shorts or middling, and flsh moil or tnnkiiti'. Careful attention should be given to the selection of ton fur breeding pur-oFirst, they tmuM In- - selected from n gnod-izlitter nnd from n litter wIsom iluiii hit good suckling I"1 qunlitle The ' rool ., e. tti.-.tli- t AT SCOTTS Bia STORE OTHERS ADVERTISE 15 DAY SALES, WE HAVE 365 SALES DAYS Every Day in the year is a Bargain Day at our store, and we are lO 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 enn save you money on DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, .GENTS FURNISH-INE GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, HARDWARE, AND GROCERIES. G TIN-WAR- Goodloe STONY POINT. Walker Bros day. Mr. Sale Hurt. Mrs. Ligc Hurt nnd Miss Aline Hurt were in tanrastcr Friday, Mrs. Harvey Tenter and Mis Iter nice Tenter spent Friday with Mrs Hugh Moberley. Little Miss Ada May Foster and brother Frank Allen spent Wednesday with Mrs. Allen Tenter. Mr. Hugh Moberley and daughter were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Teatcr Saturday night. Mr, John Land who is assisting Mr. Curtis Hnst with his thrasher in Jessamine spent 'the week end at home. See our line of PYKEX the best baking ware on the market Conn Brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casey, Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Masters were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Sparks Sunday. Mesdames Lucas Foster, Charlie nnd Clenimie Murphy were guests of, Mrs. William Isbcll one day last week. Mr. nnd Mr. Charlie Lcc spent the day in Cincinnati Sunday. Mis Bessie Harr nnd brother, Joe, were In Cincinnati Sundny on n pleas- ure trip. 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. Profitable Type of Sow and of ii nt Stony Mr. Dill Green is our new teacher I'oinU We have prospects of n good school. Litttr. See our line of PYREX the best baking ware on the market. Conn Brothers. Miss Dennie Metcnlf hat returned home after n pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. Walker Durdctto of Poor Ridge. Mrs . Ollie Hester entertained a goml rnncy "CiHtd-fiMittt- r number of her relatives Sunday. Misses Williams of Illinois was the truest of her nunt, Mrs. Belle Henderson last Friday. Misses Mary, Lucille nnd Christine Price were entertained delightfully Saturday night and Sunday nt the home of Dr. Printus Walter and family at Lancaster. CUNN'5 CHAPEL. Mr. Squire Burton is quite sick. Mr. Lucas Fostcr'sold a calf to Mr. Kirby Tcater for 20. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Masters nre here with relatives . Mr. Mosie Humphrey has received his Ford Tourinp car. Mr. H. M. Kurtz- purchased some shonts of Mr. John Land. Mrs. Cordelia Davis was the guest of Mrs. John Land Sundny. Miss Beulah May was a guest of Miss Annie May for the week end. Miss Iva Hollon was in Lexington on business Friduy and Saturday. Misses Beulah and Annie May were guests of Miss Jessie I). Kay Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kurtx and little sons were in Richmond Wednes- - The States and The Presidency. Warren G. Harding or James M. Cox will be Ohio' sixth citixen to become President of the United States. Virginia has furnished five Presi- lug from tin- - ground. The sow that take plenty of exercise freely i Hit ono thnt N mot likely to wake n delntlile brood miw. Ihi not select u'miw from a HttiT wlioe. ilam M cn and Irritable. The iw should l gentle and enslly handled. Attention shnultl nlo tw paid to the eye". A blind sow In likely to Hep on and Injure her pig". Careful attention to thev detail nt thl time will hate a tendeney to told to tin- - number of pig that may be brought to maturity, strong nrttie.I hack, ileep lile. rather thin neek, ami not too broail In Hit fact. Ily nil menu she hotild ! a niilinnl with cinmI, strong leg and pNiMern mill rutloT uptaiid t)e, with a good, We are headquarters for Paris Green, Fruit Jars, Extra Tops and Rubbers for same. Our prices are right at all times on every item. 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, 1 THE CHILDREN TO STUDY STOCK A. T. WOLF TRAIL. Big Store Scott J & Son, Props. Wyoming Teacher Asks for Picture of Dlfftrtnt Breeds and Types of Animals. dents. New York has contributed five. Two Presidents have sprung from Massachusetts. Pennsylvania hns furnished one President. Three Presidents are credited to Tennessee. One President, Grant, is claimed by the District of Columbia, although a native of Illinois. No State west of Illinois has ever enjoyed Presidential honors. Timet have changed. Tho Mattel of the Incident, Mary had a Mill lamb, ulilth win turiuM out of school, etc.. Is the delre of n Wyoming schoolteacher to display In tin rliooltioue framed picture of animal. In a request to the United .States of njrriciiltutv n teacher In Fntilont county. Wyo.. ha nkel for and will rorele nt the cot of the prints apprrived photographs of the illfferent breed and t)pe of hornet, entile, hog. theep, ami poultry. The UNplay of such picture on nchjwlroom walls will ln much. It Is believed, to encournge the keeping and Fashion Not. bmillng of well hriil stock In the i cooler In mimnier nnd locnllty. A smile a frown. wanner In winter than Yonkers Statesman. DISPOSE OF ALL POOR EWES well-bred Animals With Bad Udders or Broken Mouths Should Be Discarded Be. fort Brttdlng Season. Will It Pay? That is the first thing we think about when we go to invest a dollar. Then comes the question Will it Pay to drive to Bryantsville to do your trading?" We know we cansavetyou money on the following and many other things not listed in this ad. Kwe en mouth, or that linie had udder or ewe that lmw brokpre-vlou- Deering Binder Twine 17c per pound.. New car load of wire fence, which is going at the following prices: 65c. Tour foot No. 9 top and bottom 7"c. Four foot, heavy weight Four foot, 6 in. stay heavy weight.. 85c. Heavy cattle barb wire $6 for spool 80 rd Heavy Hog barb wire, heaviest made $6.50 per spool of 80 rods. Fresh car load of salt at $3.48 per seven bushel barrels. I I I I fulled In breed, will illlike no Honor ami have no plnco In the breed-Intlo-It I n sign of poor management where they are not mnrked ....... I...- I.I .1.- -. ,1..- .i lint H.l iiini iii,-- i umj hi- in. in I.t.u nun iiiinii j tint the liretilltig cumih. Soiiii time the end of n tent Is cllpxil off ' In the shearer netlect to n close lnpec-tlo- u mention It, and imle Is made before breeding the owner know nothing nhout It until lambing time. Such details do not the ucccful idiephcnl. g I ecae FEED THIN HOGS ON PASTURE Several Combinations of Grain and Skim Milk Enumerated That Are of Much Benefit. Knr thin hog on pa Mure, try theo ration: l&piat part of wheat middling nui corn; eipinl part of ground parts of corn rje and kliu milk; and ground oats; eunl parts of corn and skim milk; )iunl parts of ryo and ground oat; ten part of com or ground rye ami 0110 part of tankage. I IMPROVEMENT OF STOCK Chocs mind. Mtudy iKMllen n Ilrccd with lirel Hie and stick to it. correct t)x- - In The secret of many a woman's reputation for beauty lies In her smile Mrs. Frank Lnnd has he en ill. Cultivate the art. It costs nothing We frankly admit that it is Cod-likMisses Mamie Stapp and Lucille but an effort and its value has never to love our enemies as we love yet been computed. Sutton are visiting Mrs. Allie Key. ourselves. Hut who wnnts to poie nolds this week. 'n Cod. imagine that the Some people Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Molt, visitors of The civilized world of today nnd Lord has invested them with the aferley last week. the donkey? within it nre surely a right to Inquire Jnto the private fair of other. The devil know See our line of I'YIIKX the best kin. Iloth are experts at progressing thetn. but the Lord don't. baking ware on the market. backward. Conn Brothers. s After having reached the top of Mm. Klhina I), llinkley. of Mrs. Raymond Davis nnd children the ladder, some people become so station, I'a., Is eighty-nin- e spent Saturday night with Mr. and disappointed with life they start right years old and hoe" potatoes in her Mr. Hunter Davis. down again. garden. Can any one in this comMiss Ilert Dailey whs the pleasant Speak up an easy matter to find people munity beat that record? It's guest of Misses Ilernice and Ilcssle let us publish the names. Such peowith whom you can argue, but It's Teatcr Sunday afternoon. ple deserve all of honor and publiciMemlnmcs Lucas Foster, Charlie n devil of n Job to locate one you ty we can givo them. ' and Clem Murphy spent one day lust can convince. week with Mrs. Hill Iscbel. We sympathize with that Incst. An ,exchange remarks that this Mrs. Harve Tenter and daughter, year the nation's birthday was not ter, 'I'a., lad who pulled otf n premaMiss Ilernice spent the day Friday only safe and sane, but dry und ture Fourth of July celebration all his own when n bunch of fireworks with Mrs. Hugh Moberley. dusty.' It wn. nnd torpedoes exploded n his pocket Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Moberley and No mutter how henpecked u man while nt the dinner table. It Is emlittle daughter spent tho week end may be, there always come a time barrassing Inileisl to eat one's dinner with Mr. anjj Mrs. Harve Tenter. when he can break even with his from the mantle on the nation's Mrs. Charlie Mitchell uf Lancaster wife. In his will. birthday. spent a few days last week with her mother and Mrs. Harve McCullcy. V Mr. and Mrs. Wulter Casey and children were week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley and Mr. und Mrs. Carl Moberley, Mr. nnd Mrs. Klljah Mc.Milliun had as their guests Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hicks and bright little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hurmon Davis enter tained Sunday Mr. und Mrs. Hunter Davis and daughter Mr. and Mrs Wll-beDailey und son, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Simpson and son, Miss Hazel Davis und Mr. Uobert Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Moiu Hay and Miss Jessie entertained the following nt A bargain for you used only about one year. dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mr. Atulrow Stotts, Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stott and little daughter, Misses Annie and Ueuluh May, Thetma Simpson and ONE TON WAGON Flora I'rice, Mrs. John Dailey and daughters were guests In the after noon. In splendid condition e Itein-hold-- Cracks at Creation. For Immediate Sale One 2i Ton Cut Under rt COAL DUMP WAGON SIX SCALE I Becker & Ballard I PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. charncterlstlos iIIm-us- rdnthe for Inherited merit For full Information, write or phone BRYANTSVILLE. and maintain the breeding mil- mals through wUe feeding ami management. AirtrtrtrttCitrdGtiirCrtrCrtrCiirCtiitrti and value, Keeji our herd or flock freo . from I)eWop Die joung animal L. B. BLANTON M.ROBERTS DRUG STORE. Phone 85. RICHMOND, KY; The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 22, FOURTH RED I 920 5 GROSS WHITE SWAN ROLL CALL ANNOUNCED ae rminn tird lro h lt between N'ovcro her 11 n4 )MfMh r 2S. 12", Dr L.vi.igston r'arranl, rhairmnn of th Central Cnnitnittre, made known the fart thsi a a result of Isst year's It. .1 rail, tin American Red Cross has t- n rnUltm metnbyr. The Red Crots lias decided to msk i unntversarr of the ending of the for renewing ar tlx' w.i' . !o the "llmlMl Mother ' i ".gUnce lijr means nf the dollar membership, Thus the Fourth Roll Call will bar f ir ita MirtKMp the maintenance of as nrvirlr tinlvrraal membership aa poa- alhle anil the support of peace tlma Ann mnriag Hull fall - Cecillian Park ( FLOUR Lancaster Flour Mills Ii. corporate!, FARMS AT President, GEO. O. SPOONAMORE Sccrctnry, C. L. ZANONE W. A. DOTY Trcnsurcr, Miller. V. G. RURCHETT activities. Tht.se activities are continuation of measure In behalf of America's vet- ram of Mi World War. particularly tlm- service to the peace the disabled, - Arm)' and Navy, development or Ex.ScrvIce Men, Join the Amcrlcau Legion of this Post. thrtejgh health centers, Increasing of nursing resources, ron th. country for dlsaeter re- tinned prepredne ll..f Home Servtce and community work and completion of relief work among tli ware.hauMed and atseaso-riddepeople oversea a alnutcr real'tence to dlsae n Unknown Admirer JOY SQUELCHED Kditor Delighted to Get Wooes Princess Mary roitl Paper, But Bill Was ti I'.nKland'iiproldemfamilyn w confront of hy the eecret love A Sci'cam. atory re-tt- QUESTIONNAIRE BRINGS MONEY FOR VACATION DlrUlon town, In a certain Uiero' a mothqr of a former soldlor nearly WW extra to spend who h for hcroelf thla summer The Ited CroM Home Service leo tlon In that community sent questionnaire to all ei senrlce men, asktnr affair had them if all their tlfvtfrtly settled. Ikvd oldltir In question The rarticulsr on after the Annls-tttw.i discharged and had nerer leMTied that some travel pny wa dtt him. After he bad nvut over th ouestlonnalre he de- rhled 'o liok np the Home Service retar' an fl: d ut about ome or ibe thlnga noted amnnr 'he queries. Aa a reeult he Jut received a check for ISm thai h didn't know was Cro rniestlon. due him until 'he Hf gave the money to nalri came hi RMrtber for a vacation. Thl Is a typleal example of th service liven by the Red Cro war-tim- e 1 AT sub-divided n j WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC The Lebanon KnUrrie say: The Knterprtse a fw iny ago a shin-nco- t of twe tow ui print xpr. iirtttt)r mr tlsan tw. month' mpplj. and a it wtta taxi first to be rimiTil on VBrni ntder placed many week nT. Ita annul brought dellsrht. llMl toe Joy tm uf short dunttion, for in the mail the me da) ram the InU. Wbtm the irdcr for Uik pctper ww arM the rom)Mny accepting it wrote that they did hut know when they woold lt able to make sMfamem. nor w4t the priee would be; that Um poster would Ite nevni4lng uken tht thlpmont wiu rnailv. In eld normal timt'n, txick In tli days, the twu ton received th otfccr day around IH. We vukl like for you tu KHom the rout of the two ton that jutt came in. No, you are wrong, for no one would think of Rimmlnc auch n lltfurr. The Thee are glorious daya for out was IC'JS. To thin amount must door port, court. ng, and freight, lie added and Imtcn.r,. to a i.o"l eirmor Which Ullwl tlto wriec at koI rit ihe affair uf i.ne of ita nifmlir. i that I'rincraa lar ha an unknown admirer, who hai been Mndrng Uve letter. Ill letter aald to rootain expre-atoof admimtion and of the deeu-hN4fitkHi. A hVfcter vein ran throh them. tit they are in the All main of a mot ardent wUMre. the note have been tntewntten, and thr hna keen no rlew which would make It poaoiblo to trace the identity of the author t)rtnir ta hvt week the mytery Ha tteen diefored Ity I he receipt of a fift fwickac ny the 1'rtneeM which contained a hnndeomc dtamond nerk-lac- . wldch ho keen valued at $25.. OlM). It i believed t be from the author of the anonymou letter. greatly deaed The 1'riiicee with the jewel, but, n,uetiened by her mother, ahe miM hc Imd no Idea from whom they came. The pack age turn' a Holland postmark w-- n Saturday, July 24 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., ON II AUCTION ON ON i THE PREMISES, THE CECIL-IA- N l!l PARK FARMS, LOCATED STREET, IN DANVILLE, KY. SOUTH SECOND RED CROSS NURSES , WIN SCHOLARSHIPS, Cron chapter In the hsve r.lven chplarhlp pot graduate " for a course. In IMbllc HtvUth Numlng at Wetern Reoerre I'nlvrralty, Cleveland, to numea In their communities. On completion of their study Sept. I, they will return to their homes and carry on tht IMbllc Health Nurslnc program of the Red Cross, which In clude visiting nursing, school nursing. Instruction work, and gcnoral community service In caring for Nino Red I.ik IMvlnlon rot The houie from which the paper wa tecuretl write wry franW about the matter. "In a letter It Maya. "We reolllc the price we are charging you for th paper I very high Indeed, and we do not ee how any newapaper can nlford to pay It We bought the paper from the mill lircaute we wanted aomcthlng with which to tnke care of our trade " The Knterprie no longer wonder that there huvo hern o many new paper tuipcnsion in the country . This is the very richest blue grass soil in Kentucky and will be into choice truck gardens. Each will be so laid off that it will be subject to division into building lots by running a street east and west through the property. Blue prints are being prepared showing the exact dimensions of each tract. On one tract there is a splendid brick residence and out buildings. sub-division IVL ! ll kaal I oHoHoooH HftNiy BACRo Ik qanttoe tr Cock Catianhi. It ol oasr ttak TODAY. For ool louUy ky become diotuirocnl Uihm otho l IIT.li.fon (wlcd Hual'.SoIco baa icIm-chudicali of MKb ca You (Ml loac M out Tctlrt.KlofTOm.llch.nc Dia imisMi If Hum S4l ef tUmmm. rilc7lc. Tra STORMCS DRUG STORE. Chapter whlrh have awarded these am Rlchwood. Union scholarship Cotinty. Ohio; laiaranBe, Ind., Fort Warnr. Ind.. Mrmtpeller, William County, Ohio; Zanesvllle, Ohio; Ilra. l! Ind South Rend. Ind , Weatlex-andHa- . Ohio, and Illutfton. ind. . health. Hundreds of people have sought to buy this property in the past but it was never before for sale. The property is owned jointly by C. P. Cecil and the heirs of the late Granville Cecil and is being sold under a decree of the Boyle Circuit Court in order to wind up the partnership and the estate. -- TRAINING COURSES OPEN FOR TRAINING RED CROSS WORKERS TERMS will be reasonable and will be made known day of sale. on Make Your Home a Cheerful Home You caiw't expect folk to he happy nnd contented where the e anil premented by the smell of intoky home Is in lamp. Kvery member of your family u entitled to nil the bright electric light which city folk have. If somebody asked you to buy an expensive plunt that simply furnished light nnd no more, you might have somo good orgumcnts ngninst such a purchase, but when you think of lighting plunt that is nlso n plant capable of operating any and every small machine on your placer that is another matter. half-darkn- In the summer session at Ohio State University, Columbu. tho Rrd Cross, In cooperation with the of training for persona, who a six weeks' courstf to executive secreRed Cro taries or chapter managers. This I dealgnml to meet the for trained executives td promote th Red Crews peace time program Instructors Include prominent men on the university faculty, National and Divisional Red Cross lenders and others of national repute, m ofTerlng wh Each tract has a large frontage on Second Street. Electric Lights in front of each section. City Water and City Gas only a short distance away. v COMMUNITY INSPIRED TO INCORPORATETOWN Coke Otto, a small mining com- The property will be sold in nine tracts and then as a whole. Tract No. 1, contains 10.69 Acres. Tract No. 2, contains 10.91 Acres. Tract No. 3, contains 11.69 Acres. Tract No. 4, contains 12.51 Acres. cfenccMi such n plant. In addition to being n perfect electric lighting plunt, It has a pulley by which machines can be run while cost charging your batteries. When this is done, your light sav-cr practically nothing, (ienco Light Is such n positive labor the place that owners llguro that this power practically takes do more; of farm help. It certainly does cnablu the help to or less help to do the ame work. Genco Light is not u luxury it is n servant thut will Increase production ond pay for itself In actual dollar nnd cents. . ou really owe it to your-seto call hero with your wife and seo this wonderful plant at work. May we expect you? Is lf munity near Hamilton. Ohio, Isn't content to be Just a group of people any Otto wants to be an Incor- porated town. CONN BROS., Dealers LANCASTER, KY. "nJ obobobobHWbssobobobobobobo Cram (.a fclortftc lUtMIVM, MintUoctyrod by And It's all the result ot community nirotiUKs nnd actlvltle Inaugurated by the Rural Kxtenslon Secretary of Hamilton Chapter of tile Red Cross. When Hamilton engaxed Its rural worker, she went among other places to Coke Otto, where perhaps 700 people live. Sanitary conditions were very lax there, so one of the first movements was the organisation of a "tin can brlrads." This was divided Into elfht subreglmonts and prlxea were offered tho group that kept the most rubbish out ot the community for a specified length of time. meeting community Subsequent have shown the people of Coke Otto flood the need for street clean-ups- . protection and sanitation, After the third meeting the community decided that better and quicker resulta could be obtained through united efforts. Hence tho pln to become an Incorporated town. Tract No. 5, contains 12.71 Acres. Tract No. 6, contains 13.22 Acres. Tract No. 7, contains S.17 Acres. Tract No. S, contains 27.31 Acres. Tract No. 9, contains 3.93 Acres. PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS WILL BE SHOWN OVER THE PREMISES AT ANY TIME BY CALLING AT OUR OFFICE. I M. REAL ESTATE AGENCY. DUNN V DANVILLE, KY. I. Co. Thanksgiving Day, November Fourth Red Cross Roll OalL Armistice Day, November 11. M to the The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 22 1920. 1F1E DDE 3 EirlE Here's Where We Shine. Rastus Tobacco Plows, Bug Brand Paris Green, Sharpies Cream Separators Bales Ties. OUR PRICES are RIGHT on THFSE GOODS alleys they would receive the found gratitude of every woman In town. Soon there would lie no pa pen and rubbish left to pick up, but our women would till be grateful. even more grateful. And who in this town isn't game in the face of such a re want? CONSUMER WILL PAY THE BILLS. Highest Market Price Paid for Higher Freight Rates to Cost $96 'A Person in the United States. Washington, July 18. Approxt-matrl- y $0,000,000 will be added to the nation's living costs for the year beginning September I.J. K. Weath-erleconomic expert of the Justice Department, predicts, j Weatherly naid he based this pre diction on belief the Interstate Commerce Commission would be forced to increase freight rates approximately $2,000,000,000. An appeal for Increases totaling $1,000,000,000 now Is being considered by the Commission at the request of the railroad managers. Another billion must be added if the railroad ljibor Hoard grants proposed wage increases to 2,000,000 workers, Weatherly said he assumed. "Increased freight rates are reflected in living costs, not In straight proportion, but magnified about 4.8 per cent", Weatherly said. "This is because the public pays a freight rate increase several times in. stead of once. "One increased rate is paid when the cattle go from the plains where they graze to the slaughterhouse. "The second increase is paid when the raw hides art shipped from the slaughterhouse to tannery, a third from tannery to shoe manufacturing house and a fourth when the finished shoe goes from manufacturer to the lealer. "Shoes show a magnification of the rail Increase four times. In some commodities, however, the increase is magnified only three times. "There is another factor. The in creased freight rate paid by each dealer or manufacturer is added t his cost of operation on which he fig ures his profits on a percentage bass. "There seems no getting areund the fact that a freight rate increase means a tremendous boost in price of every commodity produced in the United States. Every person in the United States is bound to feel the in- create. It means n tax ol about t"i a year for each of the 100,000,000 persons in the United States." - Wheat and Rye. We will Buy or 300 MILES OF StoreSacks Free. STATE HIGHWAY COST $3,000,000. OBELISK Made From Old Wheat. The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. Try a Sack Today. We Deliver In Town. Motorists Three Fourths of The Burden, States Engineer Boggs. Will Bear Conn IE DC Brothers. 1EE bJI should decide "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." IEIEy m that we have been fed upon virtue, that we don't want a Year. saint for president, but that wc do l.su.d Weekly. want the fellow who can prove up PajabU In Advance. the reddest blood and the greatest J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. number of escapades in his past life. R. L .ELK IN. Local Editor and Mgr. Wouldn't the stories that would be volleyed at us jar us? LanEntered nt the Tost Office in And wouldn't it be just about the Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s most enlivening campaign we have Matter. ever pulled off? Even a dyspeptic could eat three Lancaster, Ky.. July 22. 1920 squares after that. The Central Record 91-5- Member Kentucky Press Association IFomrn Rat For For For For For For Ad.rfli.int PHESS Rt..uti ASSOCIATION I ! Vor Political Announcements. Precinct and City Offices. -- $5.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices. -- 16.00 .10 Calls, per line .10 Cards, per line .- - . all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .06 Obituaries, per line . ...... RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election, Saturday, August 7, 1020. FOR CONCRESS. We are authorized to announce COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson county, ti candidate for the Demo cratic nominntion for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920. If we ever yield to pressure and become an aspirant to the presidencv we shall place our fate in the hands of the feminine voters, of our party, bless their charming souls. We admire the poise and dignity they exhibited at the national conventionat both conventions, to be more explicit. They just sailed in like veterans, with a grasp of even the most intricate details that simply paralyzed the old line politicians. Even before the delegates had commenced to warm their seat the lead-er- a were tiptoeing around on uneasy street In mortal fear of bringing down the displeasure of American their political motherhood upon heads. And yet the dear ones were so charming and so aweet in their power that no mun could be found who would even think of voicing a protest. Yes,,sfr, we tell it to the world that theywere glorious and that we are strong for the women. Some day they may recognize our political sagacity and make us president. Speed the day I FOR CONGRESS. We arc authorized to announce There isn't a doubt but what European countries need American money for construction work, and also for reconstruction work. They frankly admit it. Some of our big financial institutions favor letting them have it, at heavy interest the people's money that is on deposit with them. Rut most people in this country favor keeping our money at home. There is plenty of construction work here, and it all requires money. There are even many of us who have the temerity to feel that ten billions of dollars is about enough for Europe to owe us nt one time. It is wiser to get some of that back before handing out more, or at least the interest on those ten billions. Let' put our own house in order before we start another kindergarten for pauperized foreign governments. The bag we are holding is quite large enough as it is ten billions large. The plain voter may decide to do a lot of thinkiag at this election. He may even think for himself, much as the leaders secretly disapprove of such a course. In the past the p. v. hain't done as much thinking as he might. It hasn't been necessary. Others have been good and kind to him and have saved him that trouble. Rut the p. v. is no longer in the primary grade. He has been striding right along and has about decided to issue himself a diploma. He feels that he hat reached the graduating stage and it untitled to do his own thinking. At least he will try it and he may succeed. Stranger things than that have happened, even in American politics. Have you ever noticed the number of exceptionally bright childrv-- i there are in this town? The teachers of our public school could tell many stories of the of keen intellects that are observed from day to day. Hut they of course are uncommunicative, as teacher should be they never make comparisons. It is really worth while te atudy your children, and your nuighbors' children, and all of the children in town. Clean Hves. healthy environment and judicious training are accom plishing wonderful results, Open your eye and look around. FRANKFORT, KY Joe Hoggs, State Highway Engineer, estimates that the road fund for next year will amount to $2,7SO.O00, of which $1,-700,000 will be derived from the tax on motor horse power, $450,000 from the 1 cent n gallon on gasoline tax and $ti00,000 from the 3 cent road tax. These figures show that the motorists of the State will pay $2, 160,000 of the road fund, the remain der being derived from the nd val orem tax. The plans of the Highway Com mission for next year call for the maintenance of about 300 miles of the State highway system designated by the last session of the General Assembly. It will cost about $1,000 a mile to maintain these roads. The State owes different counties several million dollars under the State aid project so it will bo seen that the Highway Commission will be handicapped for funds unless some further provision is made. The State had ex pected to derive some thing like $2,000,000 annually from the tax on whiskey imposed by the last Oenvral Assembly but nn adverse decision in this matter will rob the State of many millions of dollars for road buildt and maintenance. NEW BALE TIES, Feed of all Kinds. Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Common and Pressed Brick. Genuine Kanawha Salt. Hudson Farnau Telephone 26. & forgotten about as soon as uttered. The .ews of the thronic kicker and fault finder have 1m weight thim those of any other adult element of the human race. When he thinks he is kicking hk taww he pear ratty &m4s that he is Ufkiag isisswi'lf instead. Don't Kick Your Town. There is no letter evidence of a commendable community spirit than that of loyaltv i a town in which a erson lives. If a town M worth living in, r. is worth defending and supporting 'a its rlforta to advance with the rns of the wrW. Yet in almost every csminsumty you will find people wsw can ee nothing good in their surroundinK They can not recognize the faet that though it may lw humble, it yet is home that it has clothed them, and fed them, and earesi for them ! In sickness and in health, and has who have furnished them friend been steadfast and true. They magnify it imperfections and spread clouds wherever they go They often make life miserable for others and invariably make it a reproach to theatsrlvn. Hut there is a brighter side to this story-- . The abuse short sighted people heap upon their place of abode generally fall upon unsympathetic ears. Their neighbors ami friends know them as they are m people who wight have been valuable citizens capable of constructive work, but whose dispositions have warped m younger days, pebbly thru no particular fault of their own. Their criticism) are listened to with good natured patience, but are For Up-To-Da- te Handsome Boy. A bouncing baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sauilcy Hughes last Sunday evening. Tl.t happy parent arc receiving the con. gratulations of their friends, while the father is the proudest man ever. Wallace KIkin Hughes is his name. Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Elliott. with volleys of rhetoric telling of the virtues of the respective candidates. We have heard so much of this virtue stuff we are beginning to wonder why there is no halo glowing around their political heads. Hut why make it a campaign of virtue? Why not Inject a little Into it? Suppose we voters of both parties ss Summer is a good time to look around town and see what we need In The political campaign it on and the way of improvements what can the elusive voter is being bombarded be done to better the condition of the town and its people. We don't need a committee of three or four for this purpose. It should be a committee of the whole, with everybody on it, and each mem ber should start with his own prop. crty. Are you ready? If every man in this town would pick up every old paper and piece of debris on the streets and In the interesting reports of their trip her to the Ilerea Hospital for treat ment. She remained there one month to the Richmond Rally. with very little improvement, ami then Church Notes. wasLowell, taken to her father's home where she stayed until her at The (Inrrard County Christian death. Sunday School Convention which was Her mother became a very devoted held at Pleasant Grove last Friday nurse, and together with the other Interesting members of the family, did every, was largely attended. addresses were made and reports thing in their power for her comfort from all the Sunday Schools showed She was very patient and uncomsteady progress. The Pleasant Grove plaining, and was ever grateful for folk were splendid hosts. At noon a the many kindnesses shown her. dinner, typical of Central Kenucky Mrs. Elliott became a member of quality and abundance, was served the Christian church In her young and greatly enjoyed. girlhood and lived true to 'Its teachThe following officers were elected ings till the end, becoming more confor the ensuing year: secrated as her young life nlowly President S. M. Robinson, Level ebbed away, She often talked to her Green. loved ones of death, and plead with Vice Presiden W. S. Embry, Lan. them to be prepared for IU She caster. told them death had no horrors to Secretary Miss Rosa Ray, New her, that she was willing, ready, and Antioeh. waiting to be called. County Elementary Superintend The funeral services were conduct ent Mrs. Shepherd, Paint Lick. ed by Rev. Ramsey, at the Presbyter- County Secondary Superintendent Ian church at Maine and the body-Mrs. Walter Center, Fuirview. was laid to rest in the cemetery there. lie comforted, dear friends, for the Rev. E, II. Ilourlund will attend the Savior has said: He thou faithful unto Mercer County Sunday School Con death, and I will give thee a crown of vention on Thursday of this week. life." He will represent the State Hoard of Resides her husband and little thir Missions and speak on the subject, teen months old daughter, she is sur"The Need of Evangelism". From vived by her father, mother, three Harrodsburg Mr, Ilourlund will go to brothers and two sisters. The symLouisville to attend the Inter-racipathy of the community goes out (o Conference which Governor Morrow them in their sad bereavement. has culled for Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Robert Elliott was born Aug ust 31, IB'JS, and died July 10. 11120. Hefore her marriage she was Mtai Twelve from the Junior Missionary Florida Roian, oldest daughter of Mr. Society of the Methodist Church, and Mrs. Joe Itoiiin of Lowell. She was married to Mr. Robert El chaperoned by their leader, Mrs. V. I). Palmeter and Mr. and Mrs, II. I. liott of Waltureton, October 28th, Swope, went to Richmond last Thurs- UUfi, ami their home life wbs a truly day, to attend a Rally given by the happy one, only interrupted by the Junior Societies of the Danville Dis- sorrow which came to them two years trict. They received n hearty wel- ago, when death claimed their oldost Mrs. Elliott was never very come from the Richmond people and child. strong after this, and about a year nil reported a good time. ago it became known that she was a The Woman's Missionary Society victim of that dread disease, tubercuat their regular session, Wednesday losis. At that time she was living In afternoon, had a splendid meeting. Louisville, but her husband brought The Junior Society assisted by giv-ln- g her back home, and soon after took Methodist Church notes tho Repairing, and ali;kinds of Tin Work SLF OR I'HONE bn PMilliams&Co la ti. ck srv ie sr.J str K'. (n-t- Work .Tti' Christian BALE in' TIES $ 2.25 til ITS g 9 foot No 14 wire ! ! Old Hickory DEERE Wagons g RAKES P 3Inchfwithl2 Inch Tires, complete $145.00 JOHN HAY 9 foot Steel Wheel $45.00 BUGGIES DUHBy BUGGIES BUGGIES SI Special prices on Bugles. Full Leather Top iuDDcrure, siricuy nign grade and warranted for one year, $157.50. HARDWARE, STOVES AND IMPLEMENTS The minister of the Christian of Church will speak next Sunday mornMr, and Mrs. Joe Uoain desire to ing on the subject: "A Qualified Exhortation." His subject at the Union thank their friends and neighbors for Services at the Iiaptlst Church on the kindness shown them, during the Sunday evening will be "The Right of lllntsa und death of their duughter. Moral Leadership." If the price of news print con A few paltry dollars can cause un tinues to advance we may soon be told misery, but not all of the wealth printing this paper on twenty dollar of the world can alone purchase one bills or twelve Inch boards. It's u merry life. hour of unalloyed happiness. r3iirffiPiiy'Uda-iBL"icaajSia- Card Thanks. Phone 49. HflSELDEN j BROS. ts"i tvjmi rUM) rKJjp. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. July 22, 920 1 1 STILL TRIMMING PRICES AND NOT CUSTOMERS. Kurciio Ilroadus left Saturday for an Indefinite tay In Chicago. POST OFFICE BUILDING, Danville Street. Mi is vliltlinr One Mower left $75.00 10 ft. steel Hay Rnke $45.00; her aunt,CeorRfttn Walker Mr. Smith In Jelllco, Term. 5 Tooth and Riding Cultivator at Cost; Range from $27.50 up Mr. John Walker of Hlllhoue, to $100.00. Screen door and windows cheap, Tobacco hoes, Miiippf, is visiting relative In May fork etc. Ice Cream Freezers, $5.50; Refrigerators, Coal oil Lancaster. Stoves $25.00; Brown Buggies, Mogul Wagons, Harness and Mr. (icorgu Ilroaddu of Owenton, Saddles cheap. We can sell cheap because we don't have much wa the pleaant iruet of Mr. Irvine Htapp n few day last week. rent to pay. We sell only quality goods. Mr. It. I. Ilurtan and attractive children were vWtor at the home of Mr. Forot Stnpp Inat Tuesday. The Deal House. Mr. and Mr. Kd Gainea have gone I to Dawson Springs far a ten days' rtay. Mr. Claude Uicc Gaines is visiting relative in CnmbellslHirg, near Cmclnnati. Mr. IV I). I'rathcr, of Kqunllty.l Illinois, Is here for a visit to hlsj brother, Judge J. I I'rathcr. - Art Goods Sec us for the Newest things in ART GOODS Ail kinds of FLOSSES, EVEN D. M. C. We are also prepared to do STAMPING. J. R. MOUNT & Hay, Stock and Pities Scales CHKAP. O CO. Misses Itachel Hill and Klisabeth! Ileltzclaw, of Stanford, arc guests; ef Mr. ami Mrs. K. I'riitt llrown. i Mic Eugenia and Doruthy Dun. Mr. Kthah (!ott and children ! lap are guests of their turned to their home in Itfchmond Mr II F. Walter in Lexington. after a vUit to her slater, Mr. L. Mr J. II, Kinnaird and Mr Knunn N. Miller. lliggltibuthnm have returned from Mr. and Mr. A. D. Ilradshaw and several day stay in Louisville. X n.1.1 Uoll.ii ml Ihi Comlnfi iiul little daughter, F.lnora Jnne, were visMr. and Mr. Lewi llerndon of itor in Frankfort Tuesday nnd Louisville spent the week end with Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnnird. I Mlsoe Lucille Sutton and Mayrae Mr. J M Arnold of S ( if visit I Mr. Jounnu Rail returned Wilfon Stapp are spending a part of has Ws mother on Dsnville street lag 'from n delightful visit t her ilaugh' their vacation at the Staph farm with ter, Mm, llohon Campbell at Stanford Mr. Allie Iteynold. Mr. awl Mr. Eddie Walker of arc visiting lancattT r flaMl Franci Celger, of HuntingDr. M. M. Allen and Dean Ituth il vr. Lanras-te- r ton, West Virginia, I the guest of AiHlru. of Danville, vttitcd in tin- - interest af K. C. W. last her aunt Mr. W. (). Itigney and Mr. d Mrs. V. A. Mrt. & A. WalMtr lUgney on Maple avenue. Dlrlrmwi were vWterw hi DunvHlr week. Friday. Mr. and Mr. J. M. Hilton. Mr. Mr. Goerge D. ItoWnHti ha vWtlng Rev. CturvMr Strother from llento. Harbor. Mich., Armp Klkin of Louisville and Mr. W parent. In CampbeUtlmrg, near where she Imu Wn tpttndtng several Itlrbnrd N'ewland were vUltors of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amort Sunday. Cincinnati. week. William ON'eal ilroadus and wife Mr. and .Mr. Geargr Uoblnsan. rWhh Moore h tMUnr her Ml lousin. J. (i. KversWr mhH family MWm PariMlr aad I lot tic Vit have of Chicago, III., have returned to been viaitinc Mn. It. M. Robinson in their home after a two week stay ta London. with relatives and friends in central Danville. Mr. lUyticn Leave ami Mrs. J. II. Kentucky. Mr. Carl Acton af Danville, but Ymiv Un fMMrt Mtr Mr. Carroll Ilailey. Mlsa Ophelia formerly of ha gone to la DanvlBr. Mis Ophelia Carroll Ilailey Indiana to accept a poiltion. We Mr. Ada Marr Klmwiril af 1.umu wis him MieeoM. anil Clara (late Ilailey, of Stanford, 4!Ip, it the jNwat f Mee Kate nri4 have been gupst of Mr. anil Mr. K. UIHua Khsmurd Mla Annie MnrKaret Ham )m re l'rccott llrown. Mr. ami Mr. II. IS. Hughe af turned frtm n delightful vkit to her Mr. Kmmii Higginltotham enter-tainin- l uarle, Mr. Nathan Ilroaddu and wwe wenlc ml vWtans ttf of the Missionary hr ather ridativcvi In Madbati county. kjinemtif rrtattvnf. Socioty of the Christian church Monami hiui;hter, MIm day afternoon nt the home of Mr. Mr. II. P. .M Mr, mm! Mr. Charlie Thwipnn J. II. Kinnaird, on Maple avenue. baby Jaar Perktm. wtre 4lter IHItte Mt. ha returned to Middle-Imr- a aa! after a vinit te rotative in la Stanford Sunday. Mr. Carl Kaster of Louisville wa Danville and Crab Urehard. the week end guwt of Mls Annie Mr. It. C. Sfcearnr af l.axingten. Kathcrinc Arnold at the hemp of her Mewir William mi tlio i.m,wt t Mis Carrie MUUr (JearKi Ijiwsoii who Kinnnird and gnmd-parenMr. and Mr. J. O. have position several days thi week. llurnide on the Ulchmond pike. near North Middle town, spent the MIm Arme CockraH af Paint IJck, week end in Ijincantcr with relatives. Mr. Mary K. Aiuttti and daughter, M the lyuwt af her sister. Mr. W. M. Mi Ituth, of Covington, are here Mr. W. II. Hall and little Mi visiting Mr. and Mr. KMWU an Maple avrnue. Dunn on Margaret ami Matter Clayton Hall, Maple avenue. Mr. Austin is a forMr. J. M. Staughtan U spending are in Campbolkvllle for a vioit to mer resident here and her numerous th week wtth bit j4ter. Mn. Clay Mm. Hall' sitter, Mr. W. T. Malone friend are welcoming her here. ami family. Suttun oa Maple avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ilourne and Mr. Frank Itobmeca and nister, daughters, Mr. and Mr. D. W. Dunn Mr. C. C. DrawH, of Louisville, fe P. II. Mr. C. C. Cable and daughter, Mar and on of Atoka, Mr. and Mrs. John tfcc (tlttHMNt puwt of Mr. liaret, of Danville, have been gueit I'nderwowl and Mr. Charloa Durham Mnrbtlmry. an Daavtllr road. of their uncle, Mr. (leorgc ltoldnon af Danville, motored to High Bridge Mr. KmUi Taybsr of Detroit, and Mr. Itoblimon. and Brooklyn llridge Sunday and Mtek, v hor autre, Mlsc Ituth Ilea. William Jennings I'rlee ef spent a delightful day. awl lMfisf Tayfcr Sunday. I'nnamn.and Mr. Karri, of Danville, Mr. and Mr. Saulloy Hughes arc Mr. ami Mr. W. It. Cook and .Mr. have been recent visitor of Mra. being congratulated upon the addiSun-JaMartha I'rice Fribie and Mr. and tion to their charming household of HoMnnHi Ctwk of Danville spent wit Mm. E. - Owsley. Mr. Fred IV Friibie. a on, who wa born Monday the 10th at their home on Ulchmond av?nuu. lie has been namad Wallace Klkin Mr. and Mr. Hubert Carter and Ilnmdu and wife of Wlelil. bly, wore guests of Mr. and Mrs.; tn, Kansas are vlltlnr hi brather, Henry McAfee of Camp Dick Itobin-solast Sunday. Crnnley llroadti on Danville street. D. T. MISS MINNIE BROWN, Milliner. Gossip About People NNv grand-mothe- Wed-niMida- TNta tivlte ljin-eate- t. Je; y LOST -- llluc serge coat, last TuesMisses Martha and Helen Gill enMr. Sam Harris has returned to his tertained a party of six at Shaker-tow- n home in Louisville after a visit to his day night at or near the depot. ReA. K. Walker, Phone 1DI). Tuesday complimentary to Mr. parents. Judge and Mrs. K. V. Har- ward. C. C. Ilrewn, of Louisville. ris on Maple avenue. FOR SALE: Five Passenger Ford Mr. and Mr. Henry Simpson and car in first das condition at a barMiss Anhic Uoyston ef Chicago, is xpected today and will spend her daughter. Miss Klitnbcth Logan, are gain. Inquire at Dcathcrnge Garsummer vacation with her parent, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Simp- age. Mr. and Mrs. James Uoyston. in Hill son on Ulchmond street. FOR SALE: 2 Jersey milk cows, Ceurt. Phone l.U, Crab OrMr. and Mr. Harry 0. Crutchfield good ones. R. M. Mos. and son Hubert, and Mr. and Mrs. chard. Mr. and Mrs. - G. Durr. Mr. Crab Orchard. Ky. Iwrenee llowman of Nashville, and Ijiwrtnce Pollard spent Sunday in Alls Kleanor Allen of Gallatin Term., Cincinnati with Mr. and Mrs. Will LOST A black velvet purse, conare the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. J. G. Matlock. taining n $5 bill and some small IlHrnside. at their home on the Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Dunn arc change In front of Sanders Store. Repike. congratulation over the ar- turn to this office. Liberal reward. rival of a little daughter last ThursMrs. K. L. Owsley, Mrs. Sam i, Registered Duroc SALE FOR Mr. Uos Ilastin, Mr. Stephen day. It has been named Ollie Louise. Walker. Mrs. K. II. Ilourland, Mrs. J. Mrs. Dunn before her mnrringe was pigs at farmers prices; also some high bred, cholera Immuned, stock shoats, M. Staughton, Mr. Louis Landram, Miss Isabella Sanford of this city. sows and pigs at shippers prices. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton were In A beautiful event of Saturday was T. J. Underwood, Phone Danville Tuesday. the reception which Mrs. F. II. Marks-bur- y Paint Lick, Ky. gave in honor of Mrs. C. C. Mr. and Mr. Ilurdutte Jones gave Reliable a very delightful six o'clock dinner llrown, of Louisville, at her home on man with WANTED: Saturday, at their home in Danville, Danville rond. Thu lovely rooms horse and buggy or auto to sell the antique furnishings best guaranteed roofing paint lo the in honor of Miss Uwie Smith, of with handsome Incaster, who Is the attractive guest were additionally pretty with decora- Garrard Co. farmers. No previous tions of garden (lowers including expenses necessary. You can innl'e of Misses Dora and Grace Xaylor. snapdragons, zenlas, sweet peas, hol- from $15.00 to tnp.00 per day. Phone Mr. Will C. Wherritt. daughter lyhocks, rojos and phlox. The porch salcsmanagcr, Clifton Rode, DanMis Marie and son, Kmery came up was most inviting with comfortable ville, Kentucky. from New Orleans last Monday and seats, swing and decorations of gnr. are guesU this week of Mr. and Mrs. den flowers. The freshmcnt table Tom Wherritt. Mr. Wherritt and was decorated with sweet peas of Lease. Kmery returned today, but Miss mixed colors, the central charm beMane will remain for several weeks. ing a large basket filled with these My SO acre fnrm 3 miles cast of Crystal candle sticks with Iincnstcr, off Ulchmond pike one-ha- lf Mioses Elizabeth Hagan and Clara flowers. mile. 30 acres of this land has Palmetcr entertained their Sunday pink shades, silver bankets filled with heliotrope, pink and white sweet pea been a blucgrass pasture between CO School chmcs at Mr. Lee Hngan's nnd 70 years. The best of land for residence on last Tuesday afternoon. mints completed the table appointments. The guests were welcomed any thing that grows. Will rent for The children enjoyed playing game year of 1921, or lease for a term of by after which they had a "pennut hunt" Johnthe host, the honor guest, Mrs. year. Would be g!nd to hear from Gill Kinnaird, Mrs. J. M. Staughand were served ice cream. The litRob- anyone interested. tle girls had a delightful time and ton, of Camp Gordon and Mrs. G. Y. Conn, Hrewcr, of Oklahoma. Assisting hope thoir young teacher will en ert Baltimore Md. in the hospitalities were Mr. K. W. 211 N. Carey St. tertain them again soon. Morrow, Mrs. Clay Sutton. Mrs. Mr. W. A. Farnau entertained Theodore Currcy, Mrs. Joe Walker, Tuesday evening with a picture show! Mrs. Louis Landram, Misses Martha party at Uomans Opera House to sec and Helen Gill. Little Misses JoseViola Dana in "Satan Junior", hon- phine and Julia Walker Ilrcwer asoring Mrs. C. C. llrown of Louisville,, sisted in the dining room. Pink, who is the guest of Mrs. F. II. Marks- - heliotrope and white were reflected ni MtTsuMxtefCuumr bury. Thoe accepting .Mrs. Fnrnau'si in the tempting refreshments of cake invitation beside the honor guest, iced in sweet peas, brick cream and CLias as a. site C; Mrs. llrown, were Mrs. F. 11. Marks-- 1 mints. The afTaJr was n very debury, Mr. Joe Walker. Mrs. Virgil lightful and lovely one. About fifty Kinnaird, Mr. John Gill Kinnaird, ladies enjoyed Mr. Marksbury's Mrsstvs .Martha and Helen GUI. After charming hospitality. the show delightful refreshments were served. I Klch-iHon- d llns-ehier7-- For Rent or I j aaaaaaaai 5 I- Education In China. r Dl E 3G Hughe. Rubber Tire Mr." and Mrs. Wood Walker, of Faint Lick, Ky, are receiving congratulations and het withes over the arrival of a line ten pound boy, who was born July lt'ith at the Danville Hospital. Hath are getting along nicely. sr USE WKkfP NO INNER rerrect sudsu- - lute for air. Misa Charlie F.lmore gave n bridge party Saturday afternoon nt her homo on Danville pike. There were three tables of player. The rooms were TUBE. Is being used throughout the United States and more than 30 foreign countries on more especially pretty with decoration of sweet peas and snap dragon. Dulic-lou- s refreshments were nerved after the enjoyable game. than 200,000 cars. Write for discriptho circular or cnll and see it tit Mr. W. T. I'rewitl and daughters, Mies Lottie nnd Irene and sons, Miuters Coleman and Klmer, have returned to their home in Lawndale, Illinois, after spending six weeks with her mother, Mr. John Ilroaddu on the Ulchmond road, nnd Mr. W. T Sebastian nt Nian and other relative SANDERS VARIETY STORE i Literacy aiming the people of South ! Card Parly For Gurita. China I greater tbnn among those of Mi Dunn entertained deIn Canthe north. Claim I lightfully Monday afternoen with a ton that nearly all adrnnced the rhlldrrti ot , trve hundred party at her home in the Cnntom-piin ntnce, except thone of i country n the Nlcholasville pike in the large bout population, can readp honor of hor truest, Misses Helen nliereas In the north It la unusual to Gutloy and Margaret Klliott, of Lan-- ! find n family the children of which ' castor, ami Helen Klisabeth Sprague, nre all plaeeil In school. of Louisville. The house had beauti.j ful decorations of pink and white! phlox and the hostess assisted in Classified Column entertaining by her mother, Mrs. Ike S. Dunn, and Mrs. Jack Dunn. The prit for the highest score tn the RATESi game of five hundred a box of canSingle insertions 1c a word dy was won by Miss France Grant, n and the consolation prise by Miss S So ad taken for less than 20c Margaret Klliott. Supper was served in this column. No ads in this 3 at the close of the afternoon. The & column charged. J guests were Mis Gulley. Miss Klliott, Seven inecrtions for the g J Mis Sprague, Misses Anna Louise Q price of five. Kel-leWise, Annette Kelley, Virginia Phone orders mutt be paid 3 Louise McCormick, Anna Eliza8 promptly. beth McCormick, Mary Louise I.Ida May Smiley nnd France Grant. Lexington Herald. j w-- When can't afford to buy a poor one. It't too cxpenstvc.no matur hov litt'.a : coif. Sonorn price range from 960 to 92500, nnd when you choose n Sonora you get the famous Sonora qual Ity no matter which model you elect. MRS. phonograph you job bay l I l J. A. AMON n N'or-ma- I' I- iiI anjpa;tfp ky ii trr as a - ii irU GIANT TIHES. 30x3 $12.75 30x3i $14.75 SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS - - $1.00 Per gallon from barrel $1.10 Per gallon, 5 gallon cans $1.25 gallon, 1 gallon cans, Per BUY THE BEST. SANDERS VARIETY We Sell For Less. STORE Sadler Family Reunion Held. FOR SALE One Cole Hot Dlast On Sunday July 4th. at the homo Stove. J. W, Pumphrey. .Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dunn near F.ditor Klkin, of Lancaster, was In of I will buy 30 young; ewe. Danville this morning on busine. llryantsville, the Sadler children and It. G. C, Walker held a reunion. Me, He paid the Daily Messenger a call If you need a roof let me sell you' ami Informed n reporter that he was dames Theodore anil Charles Dunn and Mr. Alien Saddler of llryantsville some Cortright Metal Shingles The I going to make every effort to take the Mr, Sam Sadler of Atlanta Ga best made and as cheap as wood, I Harvard trip nuxt fall with the Ccn-tr- o and being the immediate family, of which George Smith, Sr team. Misa Georgia Jarvis of (!) was not present. A large Garrard county, nnd Miss Margaret the latter table was spreud in the beautiful yard Jarvi, of Lebanon, arc the guests of and so many were the good things Miss Mildred I'arkrr on Proctor provided by the family that the table Street. Mrs. Logan Hubble of Lanalmost groaned with it burden All caster was among the out of town enjoyed the day to the utmost and shoppers here Saturday afternoon. were content to remain until supper Dnnvlllu Messenger. Those present were Mr. Theodore The following Invitations have Dunn and wife, Mr. Herbert Dunn Lift fore, I. m. currtnL of clxlricitf, flow through your 111 been received by Lancaster friends; and wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Dunn, Th( currtnti ar th Ufa of your body, and as lon( at they remain perMr. nnd Mrs. Allen Sudler, Mr. Claud Mr. Irvln M. Flckeison Sadler. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Sadler of fect you will live anil remain rell( when they become Imperfect, however, At Home Ilryuntsville, Mr. Sim Parks and your health will become impaired, you will be tick. See your Chiropractor, To meet daughter Misa Wadie I.ve. Mr. and Consultation and iplnal Anslytlt Free. Mr. Charles W. I.unk Mr. Everett Parks and son Stanley, Mrs. Arthur M. Flora LANCASTER, KY. 9 to II A. M. Mr. and Mr. Clay Parks and daugh- SIMPSON HOUSE Friday afternoon, July twenty-thirter. Anna Wilms, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Nineteen nnd twenty, Parka and daughter of Danville, Mr. Crab Orchard Springs, Ky. and Mrs. Frank Parks of Lexington. two till live. grand-children 8 - i I -- Chiropractic iirv. d, Lipscomb Cfc Lipscomb The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 22, 920. I It's dollars to doughnutsi I OUTBREAK OF TRUE ARMY WORM HAS BEEN DETECTED IN SOUTHERN AREAS - M eaj Lx v' CARDS. njnsnnnyansWj r M no man ever smoked a better cigarette at any price! It II M. S. HATFIELD VJBJs- - - - . 4 . Ml. Ni f'J quality, nnd their expert blend CAMELS Turkish and choice "Domestic . i "27?Yliooaccos nanu you a cinreiic unit win .... .... ...... I t.Jn i. .r. Y I 'Snr ft ta,J KVKly siiMtKUCsiicjuu cvi.1 lajh lmuu, V-- . DENTIST l'hon, Offlt OHfc or Tht S. Crrrd - Dank, KttiJtnc 375. LANCASTKK, Th In t!ir I KENTUCKY -- rue Ar(iy Worm nd Itt OeitructUe Work. , tund smoked straight! V&Z -a ' will certainly Camels mellow-mildnes- s apPL,al to vou The "body" is all there, and iftfS' It's a delight! -- roli, tin- - lHmi "f etitimnl.ii:r. t'nlll Stain il(Miirii'iii of mrHnlmrf, mtvp rulil from tlu mt'iiix. An nHtliriHik t llic true nny wwm has lwn ilMct-fiIn foiitlnTH llllnol, ti ittl hImi In southern )liNiurl, ml Ui' wl'titlt l loe twtili" nsn(nt liwct ftii of ttte tlir furmif'H "IMrttlnc to Klvr due Mariilng of rh HA tH Hit44mwt m) oi- -l fT Intended lo be Hteil cmt age. anil by the nmMrHrtloti f dK wl H efTeeleil Ity menlta of J.J, Byrne 01 TURKISH &DOtt3T?M Go the limit with Camels! They will not tire your taste. And, they leave no unpleasant cignretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigu-rett- y odor! urr niaklne vrrf lo glv iihiii tlir n'litml of ihi Infor-inntii- whvre tae of eater Hllnr run tw caia;ht ami crlutl vw?i n Uk droit DANVILLE, -- J KENTUCKY. the nojtt lewi'e nantb the field Pr Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. of tnm tag cr- n- awl gniln tnut be Office Hours A to 12 end t to 5 p.m. tml eareftrHy and, wheti Ike won tti Is iMseiisenMl, Use nttnrk 4ieMll be pre wi'd with tirMt steor lo prevn awl tm the '' IwtlH. Exclusive. Optometrist QHW3H9p ,usf compare Camels with any cga Onre Intrenrtseil the armswnrw w . It tut a lariro tilee nf farm ttenUtt I UU liidetnnlly Nilliin of MIhh htt I down tW greedy im' ( t nrni years. fttsntt In Ibe rmtt Marklnas of True Worm. TT pet fnMM pnaltl- n ' J. A.Beaziev I'UNCRAL t DIRECTOR i Parent or Moth of True Army Worm. (Enlarged.) that tin wortM "'III hh lylne txtrth hh1 lwr In tl tin- tmrtht of - I iimi lnfnti'l nt I'ntmt,tjlilt will ulthtn n Wrt tliw, nutl farworw are uo:! t lie ready rlll tMr il'fio. M iH-t- It riMp(e irtM-Hi- t. Control of 1,'tit. Jut ulmt till ilrfiii nlmulil nui-N- t of i fully ilrwrltwil In Knrran' Itultctln Till, lnli tlie ilrj'tiniiK'nt will Mnil fnf uMin rrmet, to nny Ilru-rty- , tlit control IntervstiHl H'r.-Mi- j wfth th "ov :!fiw worm " .r twtrta," ttir fwteetl 'Hip mttttlw settle is tom.J.;l.t H n.nrli inked, mn.4lt. flaws! eate-plltatsit ch-- and oe half htrbes Unit. Ill irreesitxh h b taarh--with lhr- - ihtrt atrlpe hke rstn ! Ktrh We and mw 4nsm t' lesiMB Iwek. f.w tbe SNMIJi T bmtl U areeetlafc heowts. Mriiled wtt! IdaHi. lite arwty worsts ntrstw in nnd frnsn tht- - rUnmeterlstlc Ur derives his tMiwe. Uben Innte nnathem rf thwn are at wrW hs a BeW tbw rsuimr lag iHWinl at their MKsIng Ja ran Itesnl t they desmir eseo blnde In tight. the " ar ) tnie Mrmy si i!be Owr ltelicn r rb,.i S' n' rik t N l h"t r .1 i nut LAN(.ril: Kit M. J. PATKICK, Dentist. Kontuckv. te Paint Lick. Dr. Printus Calls Walker Day 317 VETERINARIAN. Answered I'rompt'r I'bon I. ANCASTIR. i.rr.Ttt PROTECT PREVENT COTTON TO MUCH LOSS S70,000,-00- 0 PROTECTION FROM FLIES The ful low lux remedy Is aal I to tflurd horwt. dii anal aleHittite iietrtertlii frinn flle reetetirtiyal, t osiner ; tleohul. 2 otnsees; (tab mM. H )HI. Mix In n bottle nnd idsaVe well lieftire tsalng. Ai)l) llsbtly to the nnlwul'N rwl earb twonilnc ami for 31 h'nrs It will be Immune from flies. Ite rareful In ap4y the (Mvtairatlon llgbtly, as It will MlrTiti the hair. One bottle will laat s MtmiHiT for n y borne. Any drug ntore can Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Damage Amounting to mi Done in Past Year. Don't waste time in pityinc yeur-e- n It i never too late to turn over n Some of the new skirts for wom-- j come only to the knee, nnd we new leaf. Hut don't let it be n jeif. You can employ it to bettor advantage in removing the cauie. miht add that they ore generally dead one. Although One of Hardlett of Farm ' worn by women and tfrls who have Product i, Itt Strength It Not SuffNo two mcn t.vtr think Mncty Can you recall thc mcancst thnB icient to WlthiUnd Epoiur nomcthlni? worth exhibiting below the ever did? But don't tell It( alike, thoUKh one often dow thc to the Cltment. i might Ounkinir nnd others aKree. not look well in print. knee. ' John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWITT yu u. Auclionecr SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Latii MMer. Ky . R. F. D. No. .1 What would you my If you mw a man delllx-ralol?T0i.M") worth of clothliic tiy JncInj It In ralnvtonn? No ono tn doni priflu-ly de-tr- sui-pl- y the IttKredient. CHANDLER SIX Famous For Its Marvelous Motor that, but wliat nclunlly curntl It no les net would r. conM-nuthel- y aroful thnn tliat of o CULLING OF POULTRY FLOCK Intelligent Work It Ettentlal for Say Epscialutt Oett Fowls to Save. Suc-cet- tliiml that rlcnltuiv, durlne tin pant yar ctitlon sruwern of thn United Stat tnlTenil n $70,. k),0Ui) cotton lom thnxicli dainn?n to cotton by exiKxiure to wrather. They My, tint after einnlnc. cotton In Irmltted to rer.aln In tlw u,-atli- Specialist fH UnltiM Static bureau of mar-kr- l. ae POSTED Ti.e unders.gneJ hereoy ttive warn t. to a.l prrsuni not ta tropin upon ur lanl: f r any purpose whattv.r is we will prosecute all o:Tenders to Intelligent culling nf the iwitilfrj Ihe fullest extent of the law. Ilunt-- , flock Is of the ultnost ImimrtatKe fur res and fishermen cipeclally takn tuccets In Kultry livplng, wiy ra- notice. II. L. ElVIn. cialists of the detwrtmetit of ngrsrnl 11 rs. Cora Phillips. Vig tlire Cull These Hens. 11 rs. Emma Daniels, The Motor of Seven Years Ago and the Motor of Today The Chandk-- Six of 1920 Is a refinement of that first Chandler Six of 1913. Seven years of devotion on the part of theChamllerorganlzation r American Cotton In Damaged Condition on Arrival In England on Ac count of Improper Wrapping. tothlsoneChandleriuotorhasplaced it in the position of distinction which it holds today. Seven years of service in the hands of thousands of owners, seven years of skillful application by Chandler engineers, lias brought the Chandler motor and theonestaadard Chandler chassis to approximate perfection. In these seven years many motors of many makes have come and gone. Chandler continues ;t leader among fine cars, because of the excellence of Its performance. On the one Chandler chassis are mountedsix handsome types of body. for inontln at a time Innlend of Mnc properly kbelterrl, anil that altbniiicti cotton U ono of the lianllet of farm imxluctt. Itt ttreimtli U not utlMi'nt lo wltbitaiul tucli cxiMiture to the Tlio bureau of markets innlntalni that the amount of money lout throiidi this cause In a uliule eaton woulil probably be nulllclent to build lh warehouse nwleil. and that, after the flmt year tlicto waretioute would beU In the come jirtctlcully fcurplu handt of the farmer. It Is alo pointed out that receipts covering cotton Morrd In properly warelioui- - are accepletl a collateral for loaim. the xcharse for which are mor than paid for by tire profits accmlriK lo tlio farmer tlinmicli hit ability to tell hit cotton at It It needed by lh Light Acts on Door Bell. newly toarrted couple, who ara both deaf ami aro trying housekeeping without a servant, hive devlsod an Ingetilout substitute for a door-bel- l. When a caller presses the elecMACHINERY FIX HARVESTING tric button all the lights In the nous Hash and bit presence Is made Mighty Cood Investment of Time to known. In Putting ImSpend Rainy Day plement! In Shape. In lirerfl wltti yWlow skins uml tdianks, the Inns tused should also kluiw mle or white nhutik, and (inlo or white beaks and sent. Mhdomeu. A U ArnolJ. Sick, weak, tacking slgr. Inactive, Mrs. Sarah J. I HacUey. poor esters, early nwdtert with shmII. Mrs. Kmma Iligginbothaai, I.ucleml, bsrtl, ilry sents; with msuiII KdJ and N. II. Pries. nbrlveleil linnl. scaly, rtunbt; with tbkk or coarse, ttlfl e! 8. C. lUiftby. Sic bonea, that are cbeie together 0. M. Andersen. spriad between Kdvhr iMtntxand tl. U IlarVer II, U Kelley. mil nf keelarnl banl, smmII In brreOt with yellow skin J. C. Ulffsby. ri '1 ki.atiks the discarded bent abiMtld Mrs. Victoria Arxlersan, nlxi fduvv yellow or tnedlttm jelbiA Thomsn and Tracy nb.tr!.s and yellow beakt ninl seats. Save Thete Mens. Ht nllliy, Ktrong, vlgonHis, alerf. and Music Attachment for Dl(s Clocks. As an attachment for Urge clocks active good eaters; nut tiHttllHg lo wolt In Setstesaber an Inventor has developed n Wlca Jit nts; gotfrned by a perforated papor roll or October; with Urge, tmA with full. rel ckihIis; t tilts. tdhsMe tel to (day a different air m tuna pipes Just before eticb hour Is struck. lc bone well opread njiart, between pehlc bom and rear end of keel, and large, toft, stable H. r:-an-r- tr wtile-tpreu- u, sen-eral- ly The Chandler Four-Pasteni- 1 the Moat Fairly Priced Fine Car Four-l'asiait- SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Saviin'Pittienser Touring Car, S199S tr HonJiler, lW.t Llmouiln 1349S mill. A rainy day spent In pulling that mowing machine, hty liKider, binder and other harvesting machinery Into hlmpit Is it mighty good Investment of time This It more true this year lliuti usual fur two reasons first, labor Is much scarcer, and therefore the luvi of any time wasted will be greater and. necoudly. the parts may be harder tu get than uual, duo to u shoring of supplies In many lines. I'or thought may save wine after-worrb-- 3 Haelwood Sanatorium For ttit Trtatmittt of H IHtpatch Car, H073 Four-Patmnt- S4n-Potttnz- tr St Jan, S2995 tr UUtnuil. t. . M,;, Coup, S1S9S OlU) RAISE CHICKENS FOR MONEY Incubator Hat Revolutionized Industry and Made It Worth While for Every Farmer. was never given much consideration by anyotie. Quite a contrast with wlut U being dnn now by Iho government, agricultural college, experiment stations and various other Institutions In behalf of the hurobla bra. The Incubator hat revolutionized this bosluet of ruUIn chickens and has made of It buslnen worth while. PLACE FOR HORSES TO ROLL, Best Plan to Let Animal Out Once Each Day Rolling Adds to Itt Health and Vigor. Where horses are closely conrliie, stalls most of Ihe time, they are more apt to roll In lit tilth and manure t lis If they had been taken out and allowed to mil nuce a day. I.e. ting Ibeiii roll outside of Malls saves iiuuli currying und brushing, avoids the possibility of the aulnul rolling where It would get fast, and adds to Its health ind vigor by keeping It cleaner. Ill 14 Tubtrcuhtit SANDERS DISTRIBUTORS. & WALTER LANCASTER, KY. Poultry raltlnt CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OJHO Maintained by the Louisville (or the adnuate treatment of tuber, culoilt in ail Itt tiet a: A an. lUtei J15.C) per svek, board, medU&l attentio.1, laundry, etc. High (round commanding extensive tletv. Special rates far esU4l.ni m uUmI It muiuit, A ItaHmi attMttl sMJkl, mVH U Urn Im Clui,. UJy-- lti !, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 22, 920 1 Gilbert Will District (From the Shclbyvlll GILI1ERT The Democratic voter Redeem The! In November. NOMINATION crat to get n more formidable rnndi-dat- e than Judge Gilbert, who, besides h professional attainments has great personal popularity in the district. Judge Gilbert is a successful lawyer, a fact Unit will mean something when his merits nre weighed in the Imtance. hut he is especially a good all round business mnn who stands high in the estimation of all cbvtso Irrespective f party. All those assets arc by no MHns h negligible quantity nnd they wiH wehfh heuvily with the voters of the district. (tjrom the Anderson News, Ijiwrcnce. burjt, Ky) WILL HAVE SUPHOrtT OF SISTER COUNTY. d To soy that Judge Gilbert is a gentleman and an able lawyer is putting it mildly. The eight years he served the people of his own county as County Judge speaks eloquently ef his ability as a jurist and his success as a business man. There arc many citizens In this eity and county who remember pleasantly his father, the late Hon. G. G. Gilbert, who represented this district in Congress some years ago. Should Judge Gilbert be the successful nominee in the August primary, he can be assured of the support of his sister county In the final. high-tene- HE IS LEADING FOB THE New) ef Shelby Visit any county among the eleven ami you will find (iilbert in the lend or the contending man far the nomi-nt..Th. . true in every one of the ilma counties. 1h ne county U he ssmsMerosl te be Uto Inst nwm in tiM eoootjr. Ik this Mt a "straw Unit sUttU whioh way the poMtiml wind ki WtMng." It h) not surprising that Gilbert It bjIsHlsst in the race. The DonMMratti of she Kfchth District are alert ami any IHm body ef man foteWcottt country. Like the in tab- - cntkf pMonimto of Shelby county they know Gilbert I enahle ami honest. Tfcey hnow he can be depended upon to represent thuir interests faithfully urn! intelligently. And they have not forgotten that the only other time (Ms cMstriet was misrepresented by a Republican that it was a Gilbert a stalwart Shelby countiun that redeemed the obi Eighth and brought it nfe4y baek to the Democratic fold. Hlttery U said to repeat itself, and it Beed net be surprising that another (Itlborti a worthy son of the Democratic victor of '118 is to be ahoscn t leaij the unterrified Democracy of the oM Eighth te success in Nevcm-ba- r. (From the llnrrodtburg Democrat.) a 1 m m m READ WHAT THE PAPERS SAY OF THE RACE THE MAN. county nre rallying solwHWdty to the Gilbert their support of Ralph Home man far the DHeertk far Congress to tlh emK prhsmry election nnd tile ovtfook h briitht far one ef tJie HArgost meiferi. ties this county ho mr neconlod n cendidntc f r m district o4ltee. Uw This spirit reflects ertK cltiseneblp of Shelby county. Loyalty to tif'i own friend and mrftfMtsw but been n .worked chararlemtie of tlM Anglo Saxon nice for centuries a4, nm when the ebjrct of that leyaky it a clean ami enpablr as he U in this rae it la but natural that W people should rally strongly to Ms upert. County loyalty, however, U not the main fnrtor that t causing Ralph (filbert to receive suoh strong hih-poThe mure one examines the fttness anil nruilability ef the candidates far the nomination the more certain one is to become convinced that (iilbert in the outstanding man ami the, bent equipped to represent our people in the hall of Cengros. Shelby county t alone in its support fur (iilbert. Ills friemU believe that he in sure to carry eevon anil probably eight of the eleven district. countiei comprising the nmm-innli- e i t o fi un ' Ralph Gilbert FOR rt i CONGRESS In nt The Democratic Primary, Aug 7, 1920 Gilbert Has Never Been Defeated. He is the Logical Man to Nominate. It would A STRONG CANDIDATE. be difficult for the Demo Vote For Gilbert and You Vote For A Winner. may bring .Millions of people today are receiving wages who before the war hail dilTiculity n earning three good menles u day for themselves and i RAGGED BETTER WINS $22,000., Shabby ,Ex-Soldi- EARTHQUAKES R()ck Los An?eles. SHOCKS CAUSE i er Bar-- j WILD IN EXCITE- - red At Paris Knees With Thousands In Pocket. MENT AND BRING TRAIN SCORES OF MINOR HURTS. LOS AN'GELF.S Four earthquake shocks of varying intensity formed MEET. "LUCKIEST" MAN AT the total of Friday's seismic disturbPAULS M. llilgot, who won 4,500 ances here, and, ultbough the last one pounds at the race Inst week with his came after o'clock, the city had recx.soMlcr's pension of 100 pounds, sumed practically its normal aspects athad n reverse of fortune when he was before bedtime. The theater tracted their usual crowds, the streets paddock at excluded from a on the ground that he was too were tilled with pedestrians and vehicles, and there appeared few surshabbily dressed. Long-champ In private life a newsHiper seller, face indications of any remaining Old Cherry," as be U culled, found nervousness. by the The physical mur that not even the impressive bulk of his pocketbook, bulging with 1,000 tremors, while many, were relatively franc notes, availed to persuade the slight. Some chimneys were shaken guardiana of the gate to allow him down; much plaster was Jarml loose; inside, and he was obliged to retire dtsho and ornaments were broken; occurred, on to the 4 shilling ring, where oppor- a few earth slide tunities to bet in large sums are re- where It interfered with trnlTic, and there were other annoyances, such us stricted. This remarkably lucky wnn who shortened chimneys and twisted watsometime stakes hundred of pounds er mollis, that interfered with the opon a single nice and when he loses eration of meals in some parts of the goes back philosophically to his less city. A fur as could be learned no one romantic occupation of selling cven- tng pacra In the streets, has sprung was injureil by the quake itself, but into audi notoriety that when he ap- it brought in its train scores of slight pears at n rare course he is surround- hurts, due to fulling objects Jarred ed by a mob eagerly demanding rnc-,n- down on the heads of pedestruins, to jam occurring in store and other tips, Having been arrested when found public places, where customers nnd b-g counting thousands of pounds worth of bunk notes on u bench in the street willc drunk ami very disreputably t ressed, he obtained his release by kittlsfying tho-- police that he had won u!l the money on the races. "I huvu a little pension as nn old soldier," he wild ,"und when it comes in I always put it on n horse. Then 1 reinvest my winnings. Sometimes 1 have long runs of luck. The other day 1 huil won '.',300 pounds by 3.30, but by 5 p. ni.'I had lost it nil, ami In tho evening I wut selling papers us usual on the boulevards.' Per la LVriie, "Old Cherry' looks like u robust (rump uf about oO. He seldom wears a collar, and his clothes are very shabby. workers alike sought to hasten to the open air when the buildings swayed, and to attacks of hysteria and which filled every store emergency hospital und taxed tie facilities of the city first aid station. No accurate estimate of cither money damage or physical injuries will ever be made, the authorities believscores of minor hurts and ed. losses will go unreported. When Wise Men Are Foolish. peculiar We Americuns have fault. There are times when we permit our wisdom to degenerate into fool- The grcut war It over, but tfce ishness. For five years we have been too little one keep right oiv making u fuisu in hopes that some one will heat busy with prosperity to provldo ugalntt the adversity the morrow them. Carpenter reported in their families. his Some were wise anil steadfastly this paper several times, died at Uranch piko to be stamped. They adopt- home out on the Hush refused 10 o'clock. ed a policy of systematic saving, and Wednesday evening about today ure living comfortably and He had a complication of troubles and had suffered for several months. have bank books laid away. Others, normally keen of intellect, Mr. Givens was bom in this county 73 succumbed to the shock of sudden on Feb. 14, 1847, and hence was years old. He was a son of Sowell prosperity and started the pace. They Woolfolk and Mary Carpenter Givare still hitting the high spots. ens, both of whom have long since When work became plentiful and wages soared the clouds, the wise gone the way of all good. Karly Neppio course would have been to lay aside in life he married Miss died the surpulus and accumulate a good Moore, of Hourbon county. She large bank account. In time they u number of years ago, and sleep Two would have been in comfortable cir- in Buffalo Springs Cemetery. cumstances and receiving art income children were the fruit of the union,; Mr?. Lucy Miller Hartley, who died from their investments. since, and .Mr some three year Hut wisdom did not prevail. Kwalt Givens, who is the sole sur money ami The came easily family. He is survived In bunches, and It hag been going vivor of the brothers, us it came. It is still going, and by tho following sisters and and they and the son have the sincere probably oight out of every ten of Mrs. these people are financially about sympathy of many friends: Jennie Surbcrt of Payette, Idaho, where they were five yars ago. Hut even now it is not too late to Mrs. W. IV Crime and Mrs. Albert ;. , Smith, and Miss Florence Givens, save. of this city, and Mr. S. W. Givens. Work is still plentiful and wuges are still high, und nny one can save of Mlddlesburg, and II. W. Givens, of Mr. Given had the Hubble section. If they desire. Hut it is doubtful many of them been a farmer nil of his life and w'us a good one. He enjoyed farm life ever will. Five years as spender has spoil- and seldom left home except ouiiusi. ed them us savor and saving is the noes. Since he was young he had only thing that will drive the wolf been u member of the Christian from the door when It begins to Church. He was a good citizen, a kind und indulgent hutbuml and fntli howl. er and a gentleman in nil the word They ure enjoying life to the full toduy, but tomorrow may witness the means. Many hearts arc saddened, dead leaves of a lost opportunity by his taking aiul he will be misted by many friends? At his late home falling around them. Itev II J at '2:30 this- afternoon J Urnzclton, hit paster, conducted i funeral services, assisted by Rev FI N. Tinder, a close friend, after which the remain were Uken to HulTalo Spring Cemetery ami there laid be side those of Die splendid wife. who. After you est slwsys Uk preceded him u dozen or more year to the land that w fairer than day I The following gentlemen acted us' William P.1 Messrs. pali bearers: ImUatlr relie vee Hoertboro. Grimes, Jr., Gntcweed Ueaz'cj, II. Stops food sou rio. Woolfolk W. Given. Jr.. George repeating, and all stomach miseries. AIM stsniie sal eenls. toy (liv.m. Will H. Hester and Dr J VKJH i Ner. Uum eosstssesw (i. Carpenter. These frienu were, honorary palbbearerst Messrs W. II. i Underwood. J. C. llaltcy. S. T Harris, Richard Hester, J. U. Paxton,' and W. 11. Shanks Interior Journal.' R. E. McROBEKTS, Lasxasttr. K whose illness has been - Destroying Illicit Stills. STATEMENT Mr. Geo. C. Givens News Passes Away. forcementcomes that Prohibition En- of the Ownership, ManOllicer 11. Rowan Sauflcy, Givens, Mr." George of Stanford. II. M. Samuels, of Richmond and J. M. Knvanaugh, of this city, destroyed a moonshine still on Hind Creek, fifteen miles south of Richmond, Kcntuc4' together with was of agement, Circulation Required by th Act of Con. cress of Auiutt 24, 1912. t L EATONjC Jte gallons of still beer. The still capacity and had Of the Central Record, published n complete outfit for making whisky Ky., for April, attached. The same officers, rein- weekly at Lancaster, 1020. forced by Deputy Neil Guilfoyle of State of Kentucky, Mt. Sterling, entered Wolf county County of Garrard. gallon still, nnd destroyed u sixty-fiv- e Before me, a Notary Public in and with six fermcnters and for the state and county aforesaid, 400 gallons of still beer. personally appeared R. L. Elkin, who, Never ask a woman her age. It having been duly sworn according to is unbiblical to invite her to tell a law, deposes and says that he is the lie Publisher of the Central Record, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management (nnd if a daily paper tho circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in tho above caption, reQuired by the Act of August LMth., 1012, embodied in Do not allow tho section 443, Postal Laws and Regupoisons cl undigested food to 'accumulate In lations, printed on the reverse of your bowels, where they this fonn, to wit. ate absorbed inlo your 1, That tho names nnd nddrcsses system. Indigestion, constipation, headache, bad of the publisher, editor, managing blood, and numerous editor, und business managers are: other troubles are bound Publisher, It ,L Elkin, Lancaster. Keep your to lollow. Kentucky. system clean, as thousands ol others do, by Editor, J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, taking an occasional dose Kentucky, ol the old, reliable, vegManging Editor, It. L. Elkin, Lanetable, family liver medicine. caster, Kentucky, Business Manager, It. - Elkin, Thedford's Lancaster, Kentucky. 2, That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of indlvtduul Black-Draug- ht owners, or, If u corporation, give its name and the names nnd addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount Mrs. V. F. Pickle, ol Rising Fawn.Oa., writes: of stock.) "We have used Thed-lord- 's J. K. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. as 3, That the known bondholders, a lamlly mcdici.ie. My mother-in-lacould not mortgages, and otfier security holdtake calomel 03 it seemed ers owning or holding 1 per cent or too strong lor tier, so she more of total ' amount Uf bonds, as a used mortgages, or other securities are: n.Jd laxative and liver regulator We use it (If there are nonu, so state.) in the family and believe None It Is the best medicine for It. L. Elkin. the liver made." Try It. Insist on the unulne Sworn to and subscribed before Thedford's. Scan-iik- me this 8th. day of July, 1020, W. age. O. Rigney, .Votary Public, Lancaster, Kentucky, My commission expires Feby. 1st., 1022. tifty-gallon 100-gnllo- n l.0 Keep Well I- Black-Draug- ht w Black-Draug- ht ... L-- The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 22, 1920. Paint Lick can boast of another This Rings rural route. The route out of Kirk-vill- e About 20 went to Cincinnati on ha been changed to Paint Lick Kvery farmer who rsads the fe. the excursion Sunday, lowing editorial by K. E. Miller, of instead of Silver Creek. Mr. William Ralston was n visitor Miss Nellie Tudor spent the night the Southern Agriculturist, I sure to In Crab Orchard Sunday. with her friend, Mrs, George Parson say, Amen: Somewhere or ether, lately, I read Mrs. J. V. Foley of HIchmond was Friday night nnd attended the Street some man's writing to the elTect that j Fair at Ijinrusler,. n visitor in I'nint Lick Saturday. Mr. ami Mr. It. I. Hill and chil- while the farmer should le n better Miss Buelnh Lodford who took the whl cithen. comparatively speaking, summer term at K. K. N has return- dren spent Sunday afternoon and took supper with Mr. Hill's parents, than he h now, he should not exed home. pect, and should not receive, as great Miss .Margaret Francis has return-e- il Mr. nnd Mr? W O Anderson. financial reward for Ills labor ns men Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Ballard and Miss from several days visit to Cincinworking equally hard In other ocAnnie Belle Ballard of Lancaster nati. cupation. For, this writer went on Mrs. Frnnklin of Winchester hns spent the week end with the formers to say, there are certain compensabeen the guest of Mr. and Mrs. (5. M. iter, Mrs. Jack Davis and family. tions about farming and work, cerMIm Ava McWhortcr who accom Trendwny. tain pleasure und satisfaction panied Misses Mnrie Ledford and i the farmer' life that make up in Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Hois to couple of day in Cincinnati the first Jnmlc Ilronstou to Denver Colorado, j htm for the getting of les money, will stay n while longer before rent the week. the accumulating of lew wealth, than turning home. the man who drudges at Industrial Mrs. Sarah Hucker is with her Miss Chastine Hucker left lat Fri labor, or the man who strivrs in the daughter, Mr. G. M. Treadwuv for day for n weeks visit with Mis lies. business world should get or accuabout ten days. Patrick at Carlisle, she will go mulate. Miss Martha Davis has returned tcr from therv to Vanceburg for n weeks It wa raining when I read that from Lexington where she has been I thought of how I would visit with her cousin Mis Norris, have to attending school. , Mrs. Georgia Parson nnd sUter, drhe ami wrnle through the mud A number attended the Sundav Miss Zelht Dillon will leave Tuesday when I got home; or how somebody School convention held at Pleasant for Mt. Sterling where they will be would have to go splashing through Grove on Friday. the guest of their cousin. Ml llt sile the Kultry yard to put the Hltle Miss Nannie Campbell hns return- - Dillon and attend the Mt. Sterling chicken safely away, of how the home from a few days visit with ret. Fnir. mueh needed fencing must be de. alive at Whites Station. Mr. and Mr. Wood Walker are myl so that row could run thru See our line of I'VUKX the best receiving congratulation over the) had no bui the ar- wpW rleWs baking ware on the market. rival of a ten pound boy who made Hess, of how the serlNg planting Conn Brothers. his appearance Saturday the 17th. must wait ami . taixMng of Ibm -compensation" I said to myself. Mr. und Mrs. Orville Boone and lit Mrs. Walker who M ut the Danville tle son spent the week end with Mrs. Hospital is reported a getting along "What buakr Then, going Ucl over my farm nicely. lloone parents in Richmond. I thought of my boyMrs. Florida Elliott who ho been reeoilortioM. Mfo Grace Hull will take Miss Em- hood expenenew. doppiitg pig. HI for several wo nth with tubernm Burchell plnce ut the Garage dur Cheung tJstetto. milHag wods in culosis wiwed away at the heme of ing MtM Ilurehelk nbence. the garden, carrying in wood at 4uii Mis Marie I.edford hns returned her parents, Mr. ami Mr. Joe itoitin in sow 4ay of winter, following the from n months visit at Colorado last Friday morning. She was about plow up and down qtsarter-mU- e com years old. She leaves betdn her row Springs and Denver, much improve! Mm n Mating cm uy husband one little eMId about four- head, wttk in health. the Km vein working ismmH in teen month old, her iwrvnta, toree The young folks of Paint Lick enve nsy shoos, and tho brother and two sloiers. After serrimg biML a moonlight picnic Thursduy night. vices at Munte church the remains nsakisw; my noso tMOr UB; and About - uttended and nil had a de were laid to ret in Old Paint Lick I thswwht of my later farm lightful time. remeterj labors, of toNMff rraty cafrot ta Miss Kmmn Burchell left Tuesday ur.nk out of a btjekot, of eloaain morning far n months visit with her out the staisfe.. mt rsMnmlsnr brother. Mr. C. L. Burchell and wife ! at Fort Scott Kansas. ! into sittmi and pio ha.aie. Lightening struck the corner of my "wnamV of diugsng MONEY SACK Mrs. A. B. Kstridgc's tobacco barn tiueit.itt.f Ik"ii St of spraying frait trees w.ta 4K Sunday morning but did not do anyi fiithMfr( sna If h.ttn Tttlef, KiAfwtm, rt? i. pic "Jlphar. of a down equal!) loA b rrtmt dtwi::rcnl be very enous damage. i ru cxher trearnmrt fatlel aU the farmer has to ymr. llunl'5lliflrrlcM bun Miss Kutherine Beazley returned I died of Ym form an,! I Mid to me!f. mur Mmtk oa 9h to her home in Lexington Saturday What Try It t of ttk accompanied by Miss Klizabeth Beaz I annine and infernal rot tomnen- pa wis indeed ley ami .Mrs. Klstc Fritts. STORM ES DRUG STORE, TAINT LICK True. v i THE Improved INSTRUMENT BOARD cf Feature of the New Scries Ihtynes YOU Huyncs the velvety-powere- d engine with its dependable force and strength in reserve, is in motion, softly humming in readiness to propel your new scries Huyncs. t easily depress the small (A) at the left and suggestion of the many approved ideas and developments which arc incorporated in the new scries Haynes car. Through these refinements the name Haynes has become synonymous with character. The new scries Haynes cars embody and portray in every way the four essential factors of beauty, strength, power and comfort. wre Quick control of any part of the lighting system is secured by depressing the small lever (B) at the right. car-charact- er Observe the picture of the modcrnly equipped and conveniently arranged instrument board of the new series Haynes. The simplifying refinements bring the starting and lighting of the car literally to your fingertips. This is just one of the desirable and outstanding features of the new series Haynes one The lustrous aluminum body, with its lasting and mirror-lik- e finish, the sturdy chussis and it rugged mechanism, and the deep leather upholstery of the wide, roomy and comfortable seats all these arc carefully and scientifically harmonized to the point that leaves nothing further to be desired in the new Huyncs. if e. Carf r'f '' CHA 'Beauty . aA C T E Strength l 'Power FIRST R -- CARS - Comfort KQ THE HAYNES AMtKICA1 CASV. Garrard County Invited to M Ql. F. S. HUGHES, Dealer. BUCKEYE Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill ore at Crnb Orchard Spring for a few days. Mr. Sale Hurt has returned home from Dry Itidge and remains quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Pieratt spent Sunday with relatives near HIchmond. Ollie Bogle bought a pair of horses from Charlie Dean nt Hryantsville for $400. See our line of PYREX the bett baking ware on the market. Conn Brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Dailcy entertained several relatives from Richmond last week. Forrest Noel was a guest of Mr. Jaipcr Noel in Madison county last of the week. Mrs. L. L. Sunders and son of Crab Orchard spent last week with r. 4 IV Phone 223. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Merida. Mrs. James Walker of McCrenry spent last week with her son, Mr. and Mrs. William Walker. Miss Mary Brown has returned home after a visit with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hcrvey of Taint Lick. See our line of PYREX the best baking ware on the market. Conn LANCASTER, KY. the past week with her sister, Mrs. James Vantis, who is suffering from a severe sprained ankle. Mrs. Grover Ward of Vlcksburg, Miss, and Mrs. C. H. Henry and chil dren returned home Friday from Kirksville after n pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Milcy Beazley had for their guests recently, Mrs. W. T. I'ruitt nnd daughters, Misses Irene and Lottie nnd two sons, Elmer and Coleman of Illinois. Mr. Grover Word of Vlcksburg, Miss., arrived the l'Jth after an nb- -. sence of 1 years for a visit to his parents, Mr. und Mrs. Milton Ward His many and other relatives. friends are giving him u hearty wel 1 HAMBURG FAIR July 27-28-29- -30 Eight $100. In Premiums Roadster and Saddle Rings $200. IN FOX HOUND PREMIUMS. Brother. j 12 BIG ROADSTER RINGS. Mr. and Mrs. Bascom I'clphrey and Miss Nelle I'clphrey were with Lan- caster friends Saturday evening. Misses Lucy j Turner und Mollic Barnes were visitors Friday night of Mr. and Mrs. William Marace of Lancaster. Mr. T. W. Taylor and daughters, come. Misses Linda and Mary of Ilyattsville visited .Mr. and Mrs . J. P. Foley on To The Citizens of Lan Sunday. Ky. Mrs. Hirum Hay. Miss Curolyn nice of HIchmond Miss Ilernlce Urouddu visited Mrs. Honorable Mayor, City Council and Burton Sunders in Madison county was the attractive guest the past People of Lancaster, Ky: week of her grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Saturday and Sunday. Whereas, the franchise now held by Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. (iulley of ut is void by reason of being in con Mrs. William Griggs and little Diet with the State Constitution, and spent Thursduy with Mr. und daughters, Misses Leota and Marie, Mrs. 11. W. Sanders. Whereas, we hove no franchise for Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel of Mad- visited Mrs. Hobert Griggs Monday operating our plant in the City of Lancaster, Ky., because the same Is ison county were guests last week of afternoon. Mr. ami Mrs. Simon Tunkersley of void as aforesaid, the City Council of Mr. and Mrs. Hay Noel. Dr. Hendren and Hugh Noel were the Kirksville road spent the week the City of Lancaster, Ky.. nnd the In Lexington Monday. Mrs. Hendren end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. public generally are hereby notified that we will on August 1st, 1920, or visited her sister Mrs. Dean ut Sul- A. N. Merida. Mrs. William Griggs and two as soon thereafter as practical, move phur Well. daughters were in Danville Tuesday all our poles and electrical equipment Mrs. Nora Teuter, Misses Ethyl and were visitors of her mother, Mrs. from the streets of the city of Lan Hay and Sallie Lou Teater visited caster, Ky, l. Mr. und Mrs. Forrest Curtis and fam- William Smith at the Danville This notice is given as a legal no ily Saturday night at Bryantsvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Miss tice, as we understand that reason Laltue Curtis came home with them Daysie Hunells, Messrs Loyd Barnes, able notice must be given before we for a visit. Willie and Clarence Merida and Law. can remove said property and disMr. und Mrs. Jesse Bogie und famcontinue said plant. ily of Lancaster were guests of Mr. rence Hunells spent Sunday in CinWe are willing to do anything we cinnati. Jesse Hill and family Saturday night can to with the city in sc. Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Itico and handand Sunday. Sunday about 11! o'clock curing a franchise for the purpose of some sort Master Hobert Leslie of lightening struck Mr. Hill's house and furnishing electric light and power to shocked Mr. Bogle's little girl. She Richmond, spent Thursday with Mrs. the citizens of the city, but we can Carrie Davidson and Mr. und Mrs. was unconscious for a few hours. not continue It further without William Sutton. additional equipment, and Mr. It. II. BaUon, Mr. and Mrs. L. this we can not do at the present GUY. G. Davidson and children were dinner rates and without a legal franchise , Mrs. William Walker U on the sick guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. protecting us In our rights. Carrie Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. list. Done this April 2Cth, 1020. Mr. Harry O, KIce spent the week Wm. Sutton. Respectfully submitted, Mrs. A. M. Girdler of Somerset, arend in Richmond with relatives. BAST1N MOTHERS, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle were rived Sunday and spent a portion of tf By II. V. Uastln. caster, Nich-olasvil- Hos-pltu- PRIZE BAND OF AMERICA WEBER'S FAMOUS BAND LARGE AMPITHEATRE FINE GROUNDS SHADY PARK PURE ICE WATER FAMOUS ZIEDMAN AND POLLIES SHOWS. THE GREATEST CARNIVAL OF AMERICA. This great aggregation comprises twenty of the Best Shows on the Continent and carries two Splendid Bands, Coming on our Special Trains FIRST DAY, JULY 27 Floral Hall Exhibits; Baby show; Polled Angus, Shorthorn and Hereford Cattle; Shetland Ponies, Hogs, Horses, Roadsters. SECOND DAY, JULY 28Dairy Cattle, Jacks, Jennets, Poultry of all kinds, Walking Rings, Horses, Harness Horses, Roadsters. THIRD DAY, JULY 29 Sheep, Mules, Green Roadsters, Plantation Rings, Harness Horses, Roadster Rings, Aviation Circus. FOURTH DAY, JULY 30 Draft Horses, Five Gaited Saddle Horses, Fancy Turnouts, Championship Rings, Roadsters. Call for Catalogue at the office of the Central Record. BUFORD VAN ARSDALL, President CLELL COLEMAN, Secretary. Dinner served on the grounds and at Graham Springs Hotel, adjoining the grounds. The Contral Record, Lancaster. Ky.t Thursday July 22, 920 1 LAWN MERE" Mrs. Jennie Carpenters Splendid 213 Acre Farm TIMELY GIFT. By W I LEE. iSCCCOCCO&SCOQCOSCCCCOC? ' EVELYN ll Nolics To Tha Farmer. SUBDIVIDED FARMING IMPLEMENTS, have h prieit for j imi tbm I iim us well nit i y.ti now." "Nt neektles. Mr a (port shirt, or n MM pin liHtttirnl Dnvld I Mrthdiy. mid ' IMI hi. i ".Sen , then. Ntw.,.,., fetid, tomorrow Is ,.B) jour r Wi.in LIVE STOCK. FEED, ETC. to Cite yim N watch." "Why I )hi pnvp imp oiip unco." "I illtl, iifi the anniversary of our sll- , trr wedding, and jou Irt It lrn on Hip floor mill put mil of commission." "No Mc burdening n innn with y who In loo lmy with farming to attention In fallals!" pronounced ' David. 'Well, a wateh In mhh llntc that wry man nmM entry. AT 10 30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. "I deefnfp! It makes H fellow fret t "rt of ,Ir,,"''11 "l to etirry n wntrh. 7hi, munificent ettale i, located 2 mile, from Huitonrille on the On dfordiville Everybody MnrtlmT Ami you're n dear, whole- about the land around the food town of Hut tonvllle no better in th p Stair. mhjIciI woman to think that much of a imrii in nilcd. clumsy old fellow like, Mm. Carpenter ha, decided to quit farming and wind up her affair,. Thli will hr an ABSOLUTE St LK. myself !" David delivered n resounding smack Mtu IMI KUVfcMUP-Llr- r.nt reiidence of ten room,, fully equipped hath room. II, inree porcne,, large cellar or dairy nt hi at door in which thing, wrrr nrvrr known to freetr. Hetide, thewater squarely imi Martha's lips, and she work, tyitem in thi, home, there i, alio Acelylene lif hit. enant houie of three room,, tmall liarnj twrf larfr fluttered ntMl tluli(il lido nm' irhnoN dock barnti cow larni jack Kami buggy houiej garage) mill ,hed crib, and all kind, of outbuilding,, including jrlrl. Shi- - IihiI to cold mildly nml In di'talt to Ri't tin- - wtitch plnrcil lock Male,. In I ho rlcht ,orkr-- t nnd the clmln ar hutlot.-holn- . ""' FINE WATER Tbrr .prinf m.dl.t,d w.trr in nor.h. oond. .ic f. . water. JlnttlHI Mllllod nn rxtrn .. . .k- for thr wholr communll .1 .J. .1 ll Iim. ik. ...I At Public Auction on the Premises IlkWy, neirig that ym make r:ttB Hf the tics In h week, mv.t wtmM westr hiijiMhc Imt cull-- ! shirts nnrl in i thp 4n I gave m IIh mimmI rtaj-- . Sh. I "avid, I'm going NhI felfrttM Tuesday,July27 pit. two-tlor- We will he glad to take your wheat deposit and will GIVE YOU AS on MANY POUNDS TO THE BUSHEL AS ANYONE. We handle all kinds of FEEDS and will appreciate YOUR business. Our Meal and Flour is as good ac money can buy a trial will convince you. Jew-Hr- lf . T. PAINT j J. TODD, LICK. KENTUCKY. lnci ( rrl..tin .... 1 .lu WHY NOT Deposit Your I thL' All of thi. farm lay. r.crrdindy well a r","'r"''1 ,,ls wa,rh "?'Mr clock--, tul.r tractor farm. It ha. in ih. C.rn.n.r f.mll nml niuiouncid : It ha, -m. l ....full, f.rm.J -- iti. Calrin Carorntrr. It hat betn petted and J "You've In thr hlfhrit ,tat of cultivation, rady td punch and makr bit dividend,, paraprrrd. It it juit .uch pUCfl Mxf .. tlu. ..I.I " ,t n Mil it ll. thif that thr buying public i, hungry for. YOU had Utter join the crowd and attend t hie. i.le. They will be mail.. Martlm. It'll rlcht ti the inlnulp." there and one look at thi, IIO.MI. will make your mouth water and long to call t your own. ll wi'.t he lubdivid Arthur .Mmiri- - railed Unit itetilne. into tract, to lUlt purchaier. Thi, farm It cut into trn field, betide, the numerou, loll. comintny with Hip ih-f- t ueauuiui approach, line Hi- - n hade, lovely location for HOME, tplendld neighbor hood. etc. dnlieliliT, llnir-l- , mill nun it cm-frfatnrlti. with tht family. .L- The r. . I. i. . - I.I ""L opporiunny to buy rpoperty like thit don't it place fun ... -- e (...m lor anu more. tvrilien word, cannot do it ju.tice. You muit lee Irt to pa, t you by. Thi. really KinnlliT rhllilrin hail rfliiv!riVniltr time it appreciate what it nklne fa Hut whnt ... mip'iiiiin, lor w Know the more you look thr more you will bid All of thi, farm I It m, while Hazel dccliirrd the watch in gr.ii rtcept G7 acre,. timt hp fast whvn hrr fnther It wa ten o'clock-- , which The perionalty coniiit, of all kind, of farming implement!, live dock h nulei, cattle, etc, lot of wn tin. uual hour of drpiirturi of feed, etc. her lot r. REMEMHER THE DAY AND HOUR TUESDAY. JULY 27th, AT 10i30 It wan two day. lntir when Pnvhl A.'M. He on hand, promptly ... .. ... Termi etceedingly liberal and made known on day of tale. n'np " - ,",l",r,,"n"",, wax on y flvp DINNER ON THE GROUND. . mil.., n,i ,.. am ..i ItiK it bort'J roiu Imrvcft work. It wn Tor further particular., blue printt, etc, lee. write or phone either Mr.. (Jennie Carpenter or Mr, K mg at Ilrown.vlllp Carpenter at Huttonville, or llmf younc Moore lltcd with Wa stppfnther. Much Oriscom Tho-M- ' two hail not been very con. nnd Arthur had told Hniel Ihnt Hip sooner they wrri marrinl, thp r pIen,Md he wmilil hp, a (IrlrH-oihail crown Into n miff, unooclnble COL. JOHN D. DINWIDDIE ON THE HLOCK. It neemiil Hint the latter wn STANFORD, KENTUCKY n second huhnml of ArthurV mother, who hail left unite n estate. Thp stepfather was to hnvp n llfi Incomp San, Writ Oldrtt Langi-.oJuttlcc Grratftt of Vliiuci, Rd Squirrel.. TTip oldint known lanciiucp from property, but after San-krl- t, Tlie rii of Ju.tlru wan nnvrr born inr rcu Kjuirn-l- arp found mott It was the revert to Arthur. his death thp undent lancun,p of the Illn-ilu- ; abutnlnntly In to In the human hi art. Thi divine vlr wnd of clionlnut. hrro lone lnc ohMiMo In vernacular, lock tue la nt mr1ar.ee with thw IntUncti of It wn aliout three mlle from oak trip. Thc; little nqutr- hut to th invent day aa the Individual and nature llrlf If Itniwnsvllle that Dnvld paiiMtl on the iln nut lay up tile store ofaafood non-JuJuMlrv li Hip flow, the lltrrary and nai-niHairunce of In- - as romp of Hip other vnrlrtle. In pnth llnlni; the river, to gnxe In n critic of all Hip other virtu the tin. It ti n wirt of mother of at two per.nni conversing fumtuer tliiip thoy nmke pxcurnlona to ecu. nw-.- y of thop of Europe bp-- the tlrlds and orchnnls, Applo liravifily icdowiiipnt of rarp and CTcut under sonip tree. One wni sevds tin Mil on It. touts only Sir Richard Cxikp. Ine n hnniUninn joung womnn Pnvhl Innl erp u fnvorltp dpllcncy. never seen before. The other was Arthur Moore. The woman seemil under n strain of Intense dilution. Tier gestures were tur 4S b,n f, i- b.n f,' i -i. and Become Independent The Garrard Bankl&t Trust Co. RUMORED PRINCE T km-pln- -. 1 " riM-Blnll- y ore, ...ll.l j ti .AUa.V V1T GCl - 1 TIT WaSningtOn , 1 ? i (aptasti Calhoun Is n crotluntc of the University of Kentucky, llo left I ..Vim. Inn ntnfl. an.h. ri.,.l j.m.o n .... ...... m recent years has been in uovcrn-bUkltip. ' mt-n- t work in WashlnBton. ! 1 1 HUGHES and MgCARTY. 1 i a rt-i- The wise man is invuriuuiy wen tnoucnt of by his neighbors, for he Stepfather It Captain C. C. Calhoun, i first to consider the riRhta nnd Former Lexington Attorney. feeling of others. t I VJU'' . bet-tcn it il aslon-tshiue- nt Ian-ru- lrtly This Sedan When Gas is High TrifJtt Springs Ilrlprtl Create Thrte Kitraordinary Rrrofds of Econsny I with Arthur aroused n deep suplrlon In David's mind. As she clung pleadingly to his arm David's face dnrk- piuhI. Why tins this prospective (inn meeting a woman clnnilestlnelyT Slip acted as though Mie vvns pleading with Arthur as only n woman stirred by love or tome kindred emotion was likely to do. Tor over hnlf nil hour David wntched me pair, hp resoiveu to hs-- an ex planation of Hip apparently recrennt love. TSnally the twain pnrted. Thp woman went away weeping. Arthur rame up Hip river path, his fare serious and troubled. Ho acted startled as Dnvld sternly confronted him. "I hnve been here some time,' spoke Dnvld. "What does this inean, your meeting a woman "If I tell you In confidence will you rcgnrd It an a pledged secret!" Inquired Arthur. "Yes." "Very well; I rnine to meet thnt woman, Hip deserted wife of a close friend, to seo it I cannot bring about a reconciliation. "Oh I by the way, whnt Is Hip timer half Jocularly Inquired Arthur as be - animated and her familiar lunniiir It is encouraging; that both politi"Is His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, to confirm that which long cal parties are taking n wallop nt the has been rumored, his encasement to cause of the high cost of living, hut' a Washington girl?" is the question it would be more satisfactory to the asked in n dispatch recently from goats if a few shots were taken nt engagement the men behind the cause. You enn-nWashington. If the should be announced Lexington would senre n ravenous beast with a be Involved directly for a former windy "boo." Lexington man is the stepfather of the possible future princess. Whether the engagement is ans, nounced or not. Miss Margaret with whom Prince Kdwnnl Albert danced when he visited Wah-ingtoand who also had the unusual distinction of receiveinj: a personal Kidney, liver, bladder and uric ndd call from the Prince and his suite, is troubles rre rr.ost dangerous benow in Knglnnd and will soon be precause of their insidious attacks; sented at court by special request of Heed the f;rst warning they civ.t His Royal Highness, it Is said. j that they need attention by takinfj Miss Simnnds is n member of a dis j GOLD MEDAL tingulshd Charleston S. C, family. Hhe came to aihington about two years ago with her mother, Mrs. C. C. Calhoun, who was married to Captain C. C. Calhoun, formerly an attorney Tha woild'a standard remedy for these in Lexington, who has n wide ac- Ciicrilrrs, will often ward elf thrsa dis. quaintance. Miss Simonils is now casts and strengthtn the body against (utihir visitinu with the Karl of Mar, a rela- Lm1i attacks. Thtre sitrs, all drugghts. ftr tWe lua. CeU MtJ.I m .Terr km tive on her mother's side. awi Mcaat aa iouUlieai ( ot Sim-ondn, RESCUED THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copfrol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. VIcc-PresL OVERLAND SEDANS all over America recently nveraged 25.2 miles per gallon. An Overland Sedan won in its class in the Los Angelcs-Yoscmi- NINETY - SEVEN turned where their paths parted. "Half-pas- t four," reported David. te economy run with fan average of 27.6 miles per gallon. One hundred miles was rough mountain road. And this Sedan is Comfortable, 355-mil- c Coming over tnnlc.hM'' "Oh. surely 1" Arthur Moore did not go to the Woolsnn homo Hint night. Itefore duk n telephone message announced to the Hurtled Dnvld that Arthur had been arrested, charged with Hip murder of his stepfather at three o'clock that afternoon the motive the possession of lilt mother's estatp. At the hour stated a servant hml hcard'a shot. Sho ruvjicd in the living room of the house, to find lluch GrUcom lying dead on the door, shot A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORM ES. C. M. THOMPSON, S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. R. IIAP.IUS, Individual HUGH MOBLEY, General Book-keeper. Teller. Book-Keepe- r. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, Alex It. Denny, J, H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Summer and Winter. ToTsrlnc; eWSl Roliter;$9J Coupe; $1S2S Sedan; Prkes f. c U ToUdo, wbjart to cfcaags Htout noUot 157S through the beurt. She observed a srurrjing ileum In the gurden resembling In build the stepson. Hack to llruwimillu sped David. It took only a few momentx to convince the marshal that his evidence would absolutely clear .Arthur Moore. An empty, rifled drawer in n rabtnet where Grlscoin kept his money Indi cated that some common burglar had committed the crime. So Martha's birthday present had aided an Innocent man; nt liast hid saved htm from serious trials ard trib- - W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. ALDRIDGE & MARSEE Suffice Phone IP. Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 22, 920 1 ELIMINATE the Guesswork Correct Construction Demands That You Build From Properly Prepared Plans. Guessing at the total cost is expensive. Select a plan designed by architects of national reputation. Receive information in regard to definite cost of construe-tio- n before you let the contract. PLANS AND MODERN BUILDING HELPS ARE FREE TO CUSTOMERS. Get what you want Pay for what you get, secure your money's worth. I : Bastin Lumber Co Exclusive Representatives o National Builders Buroau. BOURNE. Mrs. .Margaret Spcake of the new Danville pike is visiting her son S. II Spcake this week Mr. Ota Moore of Lancaster spent the week end with his sister, Mrs. Millard Ham. Mrs. C. S. Hughes and Master Ralph IIuKhes visited her son James Hughes at Valley View recently. Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Moore of Ashland Ky., were the week end guests of her sister, Mrs. Charley Hughes. The many friends of Mr. William Duncan are glad to know that he is some what improved after an illness. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ham and chil. dren spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Moore at Lancaster. Mr. und Mrs. Oca Handly of Gcorgiu, were week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hughes. Mesdames Herbert Doolin and Louis Spcake were the week end visitors of Mr. Jim Speake on the new Danville pike. Mr. Ilradley Ham spent Saturday night with his sister, Mrs. Joe Al-ridge und attended the Sunday service nt Scotts Fork. .' Mrs. Tom Hicks and little daughter Huxel Ituth visited her brother, Mr. James Sanders and attended the meeting ut Scotts Fork last week. Wu-cro- ss esting sermon at this place Sunday afternoon and will be with us again on the first Sunduy afternoon. Mr. William Crawford of Sulphur Well was the guest Sunday of Mr. Ed Grow, Mrs. Crawford and children were guests of Mr. J. I. Crawford Mrs. A. S. Dean was with her Miss Uuanna Dean, who is very ill with inflamatory rheu. matism Sunday night. Mr. Harris of Kicholasville who hus the contruct to build the Mt. Hebron school building began the work this week. Mrs. E. F. Scott, Mrs. Edd Grow and daughter, Felda were very loyully entertained nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunn,' near Uryantsville Wednesday. The ladies of Mt. Hebron church huve received six barrels of jars from the Kentucky Ilaptist Children's Home to till with fruit, vegetables etc. Any one desiring to help in this worthy cause may get the jars by seeing Mr. Russell Vonderpool. grand-daught- (I Messrs Spencer Scott ami Wm. Onstott are the champion fishermen of this community. They fished last week und caught quite a lot of small tish several weighing and 0 pounds one 10 pounds and one cat tish that weighed 4'i pounds. BRYANTS VILLE Mr. Itobsrt Fox was in Lexington MT. HEBRON Thursday. Mr. W. K. Davis bus purehuml a Mrs. Mattie Montgomery of Orchard Grove is wiUi her daughter, Mrs new Dodge cur. Thomus Crank here. Mr Ilryun Uallard of Lexington has Mrs. II. it. Montgomery and chil- been the guest of his mother. dren uttended services at Scotts Fork Miss Jane Howling has been the guest of friends in Mt. Vernon. the latter part of tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Arnle Naylor of OrMrs. J. II. Edward was the guest chard Grove were with Mr. and Mrs. lust week of relatives at Eliiubeth-tow- n Ky, J. It. Duncan Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. V, L. Crow were Miss Muyme Uallard was the guest with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow last 11 few days last week of friends in has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. Hogan Uallard. Miss Elixa Ison spent n few days last week as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Top Christopher at Somerset. Miss Viola Rankin who was burned last Wednesday about the face and hands is some better at this writing. Mrs. O. M. Moreland and little son returned home Thursday after several days visit with friends In Georgetown. Mrs. Charles Rankin and little son, Allen Pershing spent last week with her parent Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hanim nt Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Kdwurds and children und Mrs. C. C. ilecker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs John Peters nt Macksvllle. Mrs. Charles Dunn entertained a number ut dinner Wednesday, those being present were: Mrs. llettie Scott, Mrs Edd Grow nml little daugh ter of Uourtie, Mrs. Theodore Dunn and Mrs. Herbert Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ilroudus, Misses b l.ettie Hrnadus and Mary IIcllc and Mr. Louis llroadus were Sunday guests of Mr. Mi ley Walker und family nt lluckeye. Mrs. E. II. ItulUrd, Miss Maymo Uallurd, Mrs. W. J. Hogun nnd Mr. Ilryun Uallard spent Thursday in Stanford, Mrs. W. J, Hogan remaining fur several days us the guest of her sitter, Mrs. Phillip. Mrs. Joe Skinner entertained a number at dinner Thursday, tlioie being present were: Mrs. Lnura Grimes of Lexington, Mrs. W. I), Cunningham, Mrs. Hello Tomlinson and Miss Margaret Robinson. Hal-com- Ilrnna leave. c!i'M and powdered and made Into a paste or porasde with hot water, produce a reddish or orange stain and are US'"! largeShoots ly by eastern peoples for slkiptng the linger nails and finger tip, aa well as the hair, Thn hair l covered with this paMe and enveloped with a hot cloth, which Is allowed to Gambling Lout, and Olhtr TroubUt remain for two nr Hire hours as de sired. A mixture of henna and Indigo CauiB Downfall. will color the hair Jet black If used In the corrvct proportions. i, LONDON, July 18. Prince youngest son of the former Whan Stppra Are Obstinate. Kaiser, fatally shot himself at PotsItuttle hve sl annoying dam last night, according to u dis- babl' of "toners to come out Just refusing patch to the Daily Express. when one want them to do so. The The prince was hurried to a hos- following U a sure way of removing By pital, where he died four hours later. the most refractory stopper. The princes wife hud left him lust menus of n feather apply a drop or two of salad oil Just where the stopyear. per Joins the neck of the hottle. Then It is feared, the dispatch fluid, that put a little dlstnnce from the tHittle the suicide of Joachim will huve u a lire, where at will become slightly It most disastrous elfcct on the health warmed, hut not hot. The oil rapidly of the former Knisvrin, who fur ninny work down In hetueen th stopper months has been deeply concerned and the neck, nnd by giving the whole thing n slight tsp the stopper will over the troubles of her family. A late dispatch from llcrlin said come out. the reason for Joachim's act of was his grief over GerMICKIE SAYS many's downfull. A report from Posdnm declared the prince had died in St. Joseph' Hospital from injuries received in an 1HL1 OOM-- f NEC ft UO Minof automobile accident. This explanavif m-rtu' OUST - ut TVlt uiiKc rvtV tion of his end, huwever, is believed to be olficiul rumuutlagu for hi suiSUPplN' OS FtW JtlNEISJ cide. SON OF KAISER ENDS HIS LIFE. Henna SO In on Hair. Bad Roadi Getting Worse. Thl country probably has the worst roads of any of the great nations of the earth. Americans traveling in Europe tell us of the wonderful system of road in those countries "juit like a house floor." Our returned soldiers are emphatic in their comparisons between our roads and those of the old countries, and the comparisons are net flatter Injr to us. Just now our roads are sutTcring Youngest Prince Self At Potsdam. Joa-chln- because of the cost of materials and labor. Public official, do not feel warranted in going to the enormous expense entailed in good road construction. Under normal conditions it cosU a lot of money to construct a first class road. Under present conditions the cost Is simply prohibitive. Unquestionably our road will be come more dilapidated than they are now. This must be expected. Hut there' s no law against cussing the roads, as usual if yeu feel like It. It's a big relief at times to let on steam and the roadt oan't retaliate Duration of Lightning. flash of lightning lights up lbs ground for of a second, yet It seems to us to last ever so much longer. What happens Is that the Impression remulns In the retina of tha eye for about one eighth of a second. A i SsFttt A UL VM&HT KO Wednesday night. Itev. Manley of Georgetown will preach at this place Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Misa Ituth Montgomery who is at the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington i doing1 nicely. Mis Lucy Grow returned home Sunday from a few daya visit with her grand-parenton I'oor Kldjre. Rev. Skagg preachtd a very inter s, Cincinnati. Messrs W. J. Hroadu and U. H. Holcomb were in N'icholasville en bus. Inns this week. Itev. G. S. Conant returned home Saturday after several day business trip in Florida, Mrs. J. C. Williams has been quite ill and her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. E. II. Elder of Nicholaivlllt Hydrooraphert Know the Sea. ocean jiemon who prescribe routes for steamers It known as a by maps and He lanke drogrspher. charts of thn seas und other waters. He determines and reports tho condiwaters, whether tion of navigable Mrs, W. Cunningham entertained occun or Inlaud, charting the coasts a number of friends last Tuesday, aud riven, determining depths, tlm Covers were laid for Mrs. Laura quality of tho bottom, the times of tho Grimes of Lexington, Mesdames C. C. tide und measuring the currents. Ilecker, Fannie Ilryunt, Joe Skinner, W. J. Hogan, E. H, Uallard and Miss Figs Always In Demand. Mayme Uallard. The flg yield of thn vilayet of Alden, Turkey, lisa risen from approximately 0,000 tons raised m 10. acre of Wide Choice Affordsd. Edward had an uncle who owned a Isnd shout HO years ugo, to about tons raised on 23.1 acres. How grocery and market. On Saturdays It was Edward' delight to go thera to ever, this advance In supply has not help. A neighbor chanced lb, and And-lu- g kept paru with the demand, and prices of ugs hav steadily risen. The big Edward there, alio thought ah producing areas are, under normal conMould Had out how much the little fellow know about business and said: ditions, exclusively tapped by the OtHallway company's "I'A, have you chickens todayF The toman (Aides) youngster's reply was: "Yep, we hare system. Tit orchards, located main ly In lh Meander valley, are owned II kinds, alive, dead, dressed and chiefly by Turks. A 12,-W- O P V00 r'fo'rtCr n4 lUr4 iMV Not) Bridal Cakes, Tho bride cake which m Invariably accompanies a wedding nowadays and which wun alwuya he cut by tho bride, may be traced back to the old Roman fona of marrlago by "cotiferrvatio," or eating together, So si no among thn Iroquois the hrlclo snd bridegroom used to partako together of tha caka of SaganilN which Hie brldo always Offered to her husband. Rat Alvxays Feared. Hclenllsta have pointed out thst tha agency of the rat In the dissemination of plague was well known In sncleet time. Our ancestors carefully pro- tected, and, when possible, domesti cated the natural enemies of tha rat and oven deified some of the mors useful ones, as the cat, the kestrel aa4 the cobra. They made special use of species of snake, keeping great numbers of thasa namtsM snakes In pits la their medical rat-eatin-