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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 5, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920080501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 5, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTVjrlRIT TEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 5. 1920. NUMBER SO. WHY NOT THE CITY ROAD ENGINEERS IRA J. HOLTZCLAW PLANT JNFECTION STILL UNSETTLED WELCH'S STORE AT Posses Into Great OWN THE LIGHT For Federal Highway Threatens 1020 Crop of Liijht Franchise May Be BEREA CHANGES Beyond PLANT. Ready For Survey. HANDS Burloy. Winds ScatArbi'itrated'. Thtf announcement early Tuesday John W. W.lch Stilt Hit Bi( Esters Blight. Iltdiuartrt At DsnvltU. So much dissatisfaction wat found imirning that Ira lloltzrlaw was dead Will The Peonle Be tablishment To Sjrndlcst Of among people, Protected? WHAT SHOULD BE DONE ABOUT LIGHTING THE TOWN.7 of the Record believ the Council Bn.l the legal ing that dc p.irtmcnt of the City woum proper W look nftcr the Interest of the pro ownpie In the controversy with the er of the Light nnd Tower Plant of the City. has tnken little interest heretofore in the controversies that many have been going on. Hut to spoken to us about the cittzent have matter and finally having been requettcd to go before the Council in the intorest of the people and heme invited by the Council to do so we were present at the meeting Monday night lust and gave our view in peron to the l ouncii at 10 what ihould be done under the present condition. Bastln llrother. the owner of the plant, were ntklng n rate amounting to about 234 rent per K. W , for private lighting and $300.00 per menth far lighting the Thlt appeared street and pumping. It ii to u to be unreasonable known that the owners of the plant have giveH noUre ami were threatening to close down the plant and refuse to give service. Tii tin itfit ! nnl terrified a number. of people ami some of the City authorities until they were witling conit seemed to give any kind of rate cession ami pay any kind of that the Light people demanded. It it presently in the power of the Light Company to cloc down the plant, but it L our opinion that under the contract existing betwren the Company and the City that If the legal department of the City should do lu duty to the people that the Circuit Court, which will be in tctsion the fourth Monday in this month, would promptly be a receiver In charge of the plant to be operated for the benefit of the people. It is further our opinion that had the legal department of the City taken the proper legal tep. that Is, filed an answer in the suit against the city, which was not done, sitting out that the notice to quit i not a reasonable notice, that instead of three months notice it abould have been three years notice, we have no doubt but the Court would have ausulned the City' contention and Instead of having to pay eighteen cenU per K. W. for private lighting at finally agreed upon Monday night, after the people had protested so strongly, service would have been compelled by the Court for at least two years at the old rate from 8 to 10 cents per K. W. Again, the City could have plead, which was not done, that under the contract between the City and the Company that the City could take the plant over at its original cost, under certain conditions and provisions and owned and operated the plant as a public owned utility In connection with the Water plant now owned by the City. Wo have no doubt that the Courts would hold if the City's legal department. In charge of Mr. It. II. Tomlinton, City Attorney, would file an answer in this cose pleading as provided in the contract for the City, that the City desired to exercise its option to take over the plant under the terms of the contract that the Court would hold that the City could do so. In this connection we desire to say that the City should own this plant, is able to do so financially, and it would bo a money maker to the City, and now the time for the City to do so when the present owners of the light plant desire to quit business and have given notice that they intend to do so and we urgently present to the people of Lancaster this view for their consideration and urge the bust-net- s men of the City to get together and to demand of the Council and the legal department of the City that this movement be put on foot. If they fall to do so now the City will lose its opportunity to take advantage of the provisions reserved to them to do this in the contract. In other words, desiring to give the people of Lancaster the real facts relative to the status of the controversy over the lighting of the City its advantage is wholly in favor of the City in the controversy, provided the City officials will boldly and fearlessly look ufter the people's interest and take advantage of the opportunity to protect the people' rights as secured to them under the contract entered into between Uaitln Brothers und the City. These statements we Tfe.. VMltnr y gen-erall- whs a distinct shock to the entire city and n grent grief to to ninny who have been his dully companions since he He passed inoveil into our midst. nwny Inst Monday night about 11:45 o'clock, having been unconcious for where they have been doing similar nbiiut twelve hours preceding hit duty for the past two months. denth. Hit symtoms from the first The party while located In Pan- - showed eurcmir poisoning from kid ill will use the Centrv College gymtie)' trouble or Bright's disease. He nasium for sleeping quarters and the was nn exceedingly quiet and modest Old Centre Home kitchen and dining young mnn, attending to his business room during the month of August, strictly We do not suppose he had chief Federal rood engineer, and F. an enemy nnd we do know tlint his W Frlel, chief clerk, having made friends were legion. He was up the necesfary nrrangemrnts. right .tih I honorable in all his bust They will work fifty miles each way ness dealings with his fellowmnn and out of Danville and will aernge about the community is deprived of n splen three miles ench day surveying. did citizen and I.ancnter one of its The highway runs from Kirhmond best business men. He wns a man to llardyville, in of few wards, through but hi voice wat Hart county, twenty miles of the road always, for the right as he saw it. running through Garrard county Hit ideuU were high and while hit A bond issue of $192,000 was votretiring disposition kept him from ed last March to take rare of Garrard assuming or seeking prominence, he county's part of the road. j made the reputation of nn honorable und rhrtstlnn gentlemnn. At the time of hit death he wat in business with his father, Mr. J. F. Book-Keepin- g. Holtzclaw nnd had lived in Ijincntter There was installed the first of this about twelve years. He was born in Lincoln county. month, in Joseph's sture, the latest 'October 31st, 1SH6 nnd wns nenrly device in electrical Something novel and absolutely cor- 36 yearn of nge. At the age of twelve rect. No mistakes can he made with he confessed his faith in his Snvior Individual account as it adds every nnd attached himself to the Baptist charge and subtract every credit, church and has been one of it fnlth In fact it dors ful members ever since. nil by electricity. On January 2fitb. 1916 he was about everything except send uut the statement every sixty duy and col- married to Miss Kit Thompson.daugh- lect the account. The latter, of tor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Thomp course is expected to be done by the son, of Boyle county nnd who has the heartfelt sympathy of the community customer. Mr. Joseph will gladly in the loss of n devoted and nffec- It in detail to all concerned. Hi father, Mf. J, tionnte husband F. Holtzclaw and one brother, Clyde make here were made Monday night Holtzcluw, also survive him. before the Council in open meeting, Funeral services were conducted at while the City Attorney wos present, hit Inte home yesterday afternoon by Light Itev. V. at was the attorney for the U pastor of the Company and no question was raised Danville Baptist church, of which Mr. as to the merits of the contention by Holtzclaw whs n devout member. A any tine. quartet from the same church render The editor of this paper entertains ed several appropriate songs. The feeling personally for profusion of flowers, amongthe kindneos them the owners of the light plant, llastin many handsome designs, a large con Brothers, but in this matter of such course of people, attested to the es public interest we ran say conscien teem in which the deceased wnt held. tiously to the people that if the Coun- Interment wu in the Lancaster ceme arrange a rate satisfac tery. cil cannot tory to the people, that ttept should be taken immediately in the suit Revival Services that is now pending which was instil The revival meeting will begin at ed for llastin Brothers benefit against the City, as we seo it, to com- Bethel Church on Friday night. Aug pel! a surrender and conveyance of utt 13th. All are urged and Invited the plant to the City under the terms to nttend thit revival. Itev. Frank of the contract, and the business Tinder will hold the meeting. people should gut behind the proposition immediately. Died The Council, who are the represen Old "Brother" Silat Crawford, a tatives of tho people in this matter, should not lay down on the job but faithful old colored minister, liked should fight for the people's interest by nil, both white and colored, wat to the very last. Battin Brothers found dead in bed lsst Tuesday morn cannot complain of any injustice on ing. He had been complaining some the jvart of anybody in contending for several days, but it was not for the people's rights, for they en- thought he was seriously ill. He was tered into an open, fair contract to buried yesterday. give service to the people for twenty Get years at the rates presently charged from K to 10 cenU per K. , for The business men of Ijincnster private lighting and street lighting held on enthusiastic meeting at the twelve and one half dollars per year court house last Friday night and for each 100 candle power light on appointed a committee to make nr the streets, nnd it is the Company rangemcnts for the "get acquainted that is trying to change the terms lay" to be held Wednesday, August of the contract and not the people. 18th. From the spirit shown at this It was agreed Monday night to meeting the success of the day it submit the matter to arbitration as nssured. Another meeting is called to rates, which was an unreasonable for tomorrow night, (Friday) at the and silly move on the part of the court house at 7:30 o'clock and every City as we nee it. The arbitrators one interested in the progress of Lanwere to be electricians, in tho light caster and Garrurd county is urged ing business, and at a matter of to be present. course In sympathy in all probability with their fellow associates in the business. There is no reason for arbitration. The city officials fixed Legion. the rates in the old contract, which The American Legion of Cost Hei- llastin Brothers purchased as the highest bidder. It is entirely within ilal Sanford, No. 35 will meet at the the power of the City official to fix Police Court Hooni, in Lancaster, Ky these rates, nnd If it Is desired, to Thursday night, Augutt 6th 1920 at further contract with llastin Broth- 8 P. M. Mutters of importance will come ers for lighting the City, ought to before thit body. You will be called compel them to accept these rate, or diiect the City Attorney to wnke upon to select delegate to the State up on hi Job and file an answer in Convention. Remember the election tho case between the City and Bus-ti- n of officer in September. Please be Brother and compel them to present and bring; several Ex. Service furnish sen-icfor the next two years men with you. V, G. Klnnuird, at the old rate, or take over tho plant Billy F. Miller Post Adj. Post Comdr. for the benefit of the people at thought best by the Council. Owners While it has been voted by the Council already to offer for sale a Before buying new Storage Batfranchise, yet the City is in no way teries, tee Deathersge Bros., who can bound to accept the bid offered for repair your old one and make it at the franchise and the matter is still Rood as new. Second hand storage open for the protection of the peo- batteries on hand for sale. Alto reple's interest if the Council has the pairing of all kinds on all cars. All courage and the City Attorney has work guaranteed. the vision and determination to do so. Dcatherare Bros., Garage. men Between fifty and seventy-fivcompose the engineering cerp of the Federal Highway and have located their hendqunrtcr at Danville this Ky.t week, coming from e NO .COMPLAINT IN GARRARD the over the rate talk Electrical bwik-kecpin- - Widespread infection of tobacco Central Kentucky lint already cost farmers $250,000 and there it danger that the total damage will amount to more than a million dollars, it became known Tuesday afternoon when reports from vnrous counties in the Hurley belt were received in Lexington. The Experiment Station staff is hard at work on a remedy for the various infections reported some of which urc new to Kentucky. The counties known to have developed to. bacco Infections include Fuyette.Scott Bourbon, Jessamine, Mercer, Clark, Boyle and Harrison. On one farm nlone, that of I). W. Scott, former sheriff of Fayette county, the loss it more thnn $20,000. The loss on the farm of J. D. Gay, near Pine Grove estimated nt $15,000. At least two distinct diseases infect ing plants in Central Kentucky hnve been nefinitely indcntified. One it what it commonly called "rust," a bacterial infection. The other bears u close resemblance to "wild fire" a bacterial infection which cott North Carolina tobacco growers millions of dollars four years ago. This is the first appearance so far as known, of the latter disease in this State. Both of the diseases identified are spread by the wind. Dr W. I). Vullenu, plant pathologist, has taken charge of the fight on the disease for the He declared the situation to be alarming. A Inrge amount of wind and rain at the present time will do considerable damage to tobacco near Infected fields. Characteristics of the two diseases were explained. The characteristics of the infections are distinct "Wild fire" has been found touth nnd eatt of Lexington. A yellow upot on the leaves appearing nbout 24 hours after rain it a n of "wild fire." The spot is from one fourth to one half inch in diameter. At the end of 72 hours a brown spot will have appeared within the yellow spot and a yellow halo around the yellow discolorment If the infection it "wild fire." The yellow- spot spreads until it takes in practical ly the entire leaf, which loses it green-net"Bust," the more familiar of the diseases, it first noted when a brown spot surrounded by a yellow halo ap pears. The first reports of "wild fire" were made early in the tpring when a number of tobacco beds were infected. The situation first began to become sericut June 15. Since that time the infectioni have spread in Experi-incntStutiol(-s. ed of and partially agreed to by the City Council at its meeting last Tues day night a week ago, that the whole thing was cancelled at the regular meeting last Monday night and may be arbitrated, according to an agree ment made with Battin Brothers and the City Council. Terms were agreed upon as to the rate that shall be charged until such arbritration is settled and can be found in an or dinance which is published in this issue of the Record. It fixe the rate for power at K cents and for lighting nt 18 centt. Two of the councilmen Kclley and Adams voted ngainst the above rate and are still firm in their conviction that such a rate it exor Berea Hr.dtd Br Business R. Man, 11. Chriim.n. The Welch Department Stores at Berea were told Wednesday by John W. Welch, principal owner and hi atsociates, to syndicate of Berea business men headed by K. H. Chris-maWhile the consideration was not made public, estimates are being made by well known business men that a figure around $150,000 was in. It is undervolvcd in the transfer. stood that Mr. Chrisman hat made the direct purchase of the big establishment, but will have a number of Berea men associated with him in conduct of tevcral of the departments, among them Messrs. W. H. Hentlcy, A. B. Cornctt, and Dr. S. n. bitant SAD DEATH Appendicitis Proves Fatal to Tilefus Bourne. Tilefus Bourne, aged 21 years and oldest and only son of Mr. and Mrs Kd Bourne, died at the Danville hospital last Saturday morning nfter on acute attack of appendicitis The young man was operated upon last Tuetday and at the time of the opera tion it was thought that the chance for his recovery were doubtful. His death brings sorrow beyond measure into the home where he wns born and had lived all his young life. He was a splendid young man, energetic, man ly, lovable ami a dutiful son, the idol of his parents, neing the only boy he will be sadly missed nnd many hearts are aching today to know that he is no more. the grave in the Lancaster cemetery' last Sunday afternoon, by Rev. C. D. Strother, interment taking place im R. Baker. Funeral servces were conducted at mediately after. TOBACCO MARKET Opens Well In South. Last week witnessed the opening of many of the tobacco markets in South Georgia and South Carolina, with prices ranging from 20 to 80 cents a pound. Growers and buyers all over the territory expressing sat isfaction with the opening sales and predicted that prices will be a great deal higher within the next two weeks. Optimism over the high price reigns supreme around Valdosta, where as high as 80 cents a pound wat paid. Buyers proclaiming the qua). Ity wat the best they had ever teen In that section of the state. Sales will continue in this section of the state for the next six weeks and it is freely predicted that much higher prices will be reached. Transfer of a portion of the big establishment will be made August 2nd, and the remainder in October, it Mr. Welch did not is understood. Include the six buildings, which are occupied by the immense stock, In the sale, but has leased them to Mr. Chrisman for a period of ten years. In these six buildings and annexes are housed the 20 departments of the big department store. Mr. Welch did not dispose of hit garage in the deal but retains that himtelf. The talc of this establishment undoubtedly represents one of the biggest business transactions that has been consumated In Richmond and Madison county in many years. And the severance by Mr. Welch of hU connection with the establishment, founded by his father a little over 25 years ago, marks an important milestone in the history of the commercial life of this county and com. raunlty. Taking over control of the business at the time of the death of hit father, Mr. Welch found it doing a business of nbout $50,000 a year. Its last year's business was over the $500,000 mark. Such a comparison speaks too eloquently of the success of this remarkable young man in business, to need further elaboration. Suffice to say that he has probably been doing the biggest retail business of any establishment in this section, out side of Louisville. Richmond Register. To Redistrict County Messrs Henley Battin, A. T. Scott. E. B. Ray and Burnam Ledford, were named last week by Judge Stapp to Suddenly. To Rockcastle Mr. 1 F. Hubble is spending scv cral weeks at his famous retort Itockcattle Springs. Mr. Hubble owns several thousand acres of land in that vicinity and he is holding it hoping and praying that tome time there will be a good pike built to it or mat there will be a railroad run close to it. The property it very valuable. (Somerset Journal) Ogg-Cali- co redistrict the county, adding more precincts, which is deemed necessary in order to accomodate the women voters who will bo enfranchised and will vote in the November election. The commissioners met last Tuesday and organized and will begin their dutlet in a few dayt. Success Of An Editor Luke McLuke toys. The subject of our sketch is Henry Howden Holden Humm, a newspaper editor. Twenty years ago Mr. Hutnm started in with $1.00. he is worth $50,000. His accumulation is due to four things, as follows: I. Hit honesty. II. Hit frugality. III. Hit strict attention to business IV, The fact that an uncle died last week and left him $49,999. To-da- y Mazola Oil Demonstration. There will be a Mazola Oil Demonstration at Currey & Gulley's Friday and Saturday, August 6th and 0th. Be sure to attend. "Let's Acquainted" m m Meeting Of American Attention Auto On Inst Thursday afternoon, July 29th, 1920, Mr Wesley Calico and Miss Mamie Ogg, daughter of James Ogg of Wallaceton, Madison county, motored to Kichmond, accompanied by Mr. und Mrs. Charlie Gooch and were married at the home of Rev. W S. Taylor. After six o'clock-Ster-ner there, they returned to his home where nn old fashioned charivari Acousticon In Church. crowd awaited them. They have Many people may not know that many friends who with them a long an acousticon wat placed in the Chris, and happy life together. tian church here about a year ago Shipp-Log- an and ii giving entire satisfaction. The instrument, which is operated by elecA marriage of unusual interest to tricity, is a sort of magnifying teleLexington and Louisville people phone with a transmitter on the pulwhere the contracting parties are to pit and receiving connection in some well and popular known, was that of of the pewt. It was installed for the Mr. Victor Hubert Logan, son of assistance of deaf persons in the Mills M. Logan, of Louisville and for. audience. mer Attorney General of the state, and Miss Marion Uussell Shipp, daugh Buys ter of II. C. Shipp, of the Shipp-KoCompany of Lexington, which took Mr Henry Simpson, of Lexington, place at the residence here of Itev. E. who has been the manager of one of B. Ilourland last Thursday afternoon, the chain of Glait stores hat Jutt Bev. Bourland officiating. Only the purchased the grocery butlnett of J, father of the bride wat present, the T. McCarty on East Main street in party coming down from Crab Or Lexington and took possession yeschard where they have been for sev terday eral day. While not an elopement the wedding comet as quite a surprise Notice Bond-holder- s. to friends of the bride, who is exceedingly popular in Lexington society. Those who have bonds deposited Immediately after the marriage in the boxes of the National Bank they left for an extended honey-moowill please hand tame to me at once trip to Canada, returning they will that they may be converted into permake their home in Louisville where manent bond. This is very import Mr. Logan will Join his father's law ant. firm of Brown, Logan and MyaU. S. C. Denny, Cashier. It. st Brought Herd For Interment. The body of Mrs. Edgar Doty, who died of tuberculosis at her home in Pecot, Texas, about a year ago, was brought to Lancaster for permanent interment hit Saturday afternoon. It was at the request of Mrs. Doty that this was done. The remains were accompanied by Mr. Edgar Doty and Mr. Doty' mother, Mr. W. C. Stiles, of Starkville, Miss. They will remain in Kentucky for several weeks and will be the guests of Misses Mary and Jane Doty, on Richmond street. Asks If Reward Is Given For Triplets. Washington One of the most pe culiar requests that ever came to a member of Congress hat been sent to Representative King Swope of Ken tucky. The writer, a man named Mc- Whorter, who evidently was fustrated to the point where he forgot to sign his first name and whose home is at Huitonville, Lincoln county, wrote to the tolon to announce the arrival of triplets, Essie, Destie and Jessie, at his house and to request information a to whether there is any reward of fered either by the Government or the State for such an achievement. The Congressman' private secretary replied in a sympathetic vein, saying that if there isn't such a reward there ought to be. Grocery Ml n Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 5, I 920 CARDS.j! M. S. Bourne. .Mr. Landram Burden's family I suffering from small pox. Mr Hughes is vMtlng her ion, M John Hughes and family of V'nlley Cracks at Creation. Hit the pace and you'll get there provided It doesn't hit you. Some men talk loudly of Justice, and rear quite as loudly when they get It. LISTEN FOLKS-ABSOLU- TE SALE HATFIELD DENTIST OINe View, Ky, Miss Lou EIIm PooUn wns the week end guest of her aunt, Jenkins, of Lancattcr. Mr. Parker nm Mr over Tli, Garrard Dank. and little nierc, Miss I.itlla Phone, Office S. Rcildrnc 370. children Pnnville, Saturdny. were in .LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Mr. nnd Mrs. L, E. Speako Our weary little dove of pence, it icems. has degenerated Into a piece of n dove. Some men are lavish in the extension of praise for work well done but mast of it is given to themselves. nnd Mrs. MMtord Ilnmm an 177 ACRES (.Subdivided) Dr. Printus pox. Mr. Hamlitt Jennings and family Wnat t) have people running after Call, Answered Promptly Day or were visitors in Madin Ceunty 3ui- - you and, bcusiiag for permission to Nltbt. I'hon 317. lay. take ywtir picture free of charge? LANCASTER. thing in the world. Just KENTUCKY. .Miss Uritle Montgomery siteat Sunday wit her parent. Mr. nnd get yourself nominated for the Mrs. F. W. Montgomery. children, were uuests of Lanewste In Europe there arc not enough rvlntivcs, Saturday night. ge round, but the trouble in Miss Ethel IUattn of Lancaster men to aunt, Mrs. Clarence this country is to get them to go. Exclusive. is visting her Nnylor and other relatives nt thi The world Is full of pep, but apOptometrist place. parently many people have a constiSpeuXe wns so Miss tutional DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY. improvedWancheshe was able to much world. objection to being called the that return Opposite Gilcher Hotel. to her work in Lexington, Monday Offlts Hours 8 to 12 and I lo 5 p.m. It's after n week wit her parents, M nights really unkind, sister, to sit up wondering why your neighbor and Mrs, S. 11. SjwaKe. doe not go to bed. She may he Mr. nnd Mrs F. W. Montgomery waiting for you to douse the glim. entertained Saturday night the fol lowing relatives; Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Matches that lire supposed to have MINERAL DIRECTOR Wall nnd fa mil V of Portsmouth. Ohio been "made in henven" should stay Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stone nnd chll there. The divorce court's Jurisdic (Juice Over National Dank. AT 10 A. M SHARP. dren, of Somerset, Ky Mr nnd Mrs tion does not extend that fur. Hesldence I'hone 3. Office I'honc 27 Eugene Clark and Httle daughter Located about three miles front Stanford Court House, on the Goshen pike. Lays It wouldn't be so bad after all to lancastek.:ky. and Mr and Mrs. H. C. Stone and have a woman for secretnry of state. well - road frontage on three sides, good dirt, well improved, fine water, etc. It will bo subdi-vide- d baby of Bourne The secret of the state department into two tracts as follows: would be an open book, and that M. BOURNE. 1)1 TRACT No. 1 acres. Residence, two story, six rooms and two porehos; weukl prevent the danger of any viu Delayed. three room tenant house: two large stock barns; two cribs; tobacco barn; will hold six acres; tangling alliance. Mrs. Margaret Spvakc is visiting cow shed; machine shed and all other necessary outbuildings. Two orchards, one Just beginWith both a coal ami n food ning to bear. Well her son, T. H. Sfwatce. watered by ponds and three wells. Fencing good and all of this tract in Kentucky. Paint Lick, Mr. Emery Turner spent the week famine promised for thi winter, uc grass. This will make you a nice home and she s going to soil RIGHT. have the rare privilege of choosing end with Mr. Her few t DoeHtt. our own manner of shuttling off. TRACT No. 2 85 acres. No improvement... All in nmm excopt 520 acres. Mrs. William Dwnean h reeevor. We can either starve to death or Fencing good. Large pond and spring. Sugar tree and walnut land. Fine hemp nnd talmcto ing after a severe attack af SmhiII freeoe. J.J.Byrne At Public Auction on Premises J. A. Beazlev Thursday, Aug. 12th, 1)7-100 7'J-IOO J. PATRICK, Dentist. Walker VETERINARIAN. Itai4 Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. M. N. L. PREWITT John McRoberts. .miss uiancnc soeaKe who was threatened with Typhoid fever is at home this week, convalescing. Miss Ida Spssike has returnei home after taking a iix weeks ceum nt the Eastern Kentucky State Nor ninl School. J. S. Speakc sold to Center Bros. One industry at least has not felt the depressing band of the high cost of everything. The divorce courts keep on grinding them out nbout as rapidly ns the Judge can issue the decrees. Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 nine head of cattle at ten cents per pound, also L, E. Spenkc sold two head to same party. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thompson nnd Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Suddler nnd baby were ntors of Mr. Jno Hicks and family Sunday. We, the editor of this sheet, are We're willing to wager our host and only hat that Ohio will furnish the next president of the United States. New put up or shut up. n dead game sport. Reautiful building site. This tract is sure to appeal to you. These two tracts will be offered separately and then as a whole ami the lHeh Dollar uots it absolutely. OUR CONTRACT CALLS FOR AN ABSOLUTE SALE. It k ntlrelr up to YOU to say what this property is worth. It is located rteht; up and selling In the right siao tracts.: splendid neighborhood; well improved and watered; fertile soil; Hose to town; on good'plke; in nign state ot cultivation; a money maker and dividend producer. Hoys, look her over ami pound your bids at her on sale day, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12th, at 10 A. M. This property is sure to sell ami it is going to SF.LL RIGHT. Don't fail to attend this sale. .Mr. Cordler has made up his mind to let it go. Terms exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. Come to this sale without KNOCKING and leave the same way. Meet us there with a smile ami leave laughing. For full particulars, blue prints, etc., see, write or phone either W. L. Cordior, Stanford, Kentucky, or land. DRINK OERTElS DOUBLE-DAR- K The Drinlf that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Hare it in your homo at all times Incorporated Makers of Oertcls Double Dark. Ocrteli Dark and OrrteU Light. N. L Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Harrodsburg Ky They tell us that the early bird catches the worm. Well, that ought Col. to be a good argument for some pro. pie to advance in defense of the habit of sleeping untl! nine or ten o'clock every morning. It must be a whale of a job for ittle Dan Cupid to work up a wed ling m the face of the present high cost of everything and nothing and' Hut little Dan Is a hustler, rumor has it he is busily engaged in ulling olf a surprising stunt right' here in our own midst. HUGHES John B. Dinwiddle on the Block. and McCARTY mil The OERTEL Co. Louisville, Ky. Wc have no particular objection to! woman usurping the time honored prerogatives of men. Wc can even i ndure seeing them wear the family! panU. uut we have an everlasting und eternal objection to being reduced to the dire extermity of wash ing our own sox. The situation is becoming alnrming, and we men must hang together or we'll all hang cparately. nine colts; yearlings and two-year-o- ld Mia sue! Stanford, Kentucky. Will 1 It Pay? Mrs. I will, at my barn, 2i miles from Lan- Jcaster on Lexington pike, on Why That it 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 wc can save you money on the following and many other things not listed in this ad. Suffer? J. A. Cox, olAI-derso- n, Friday, August 1 3th, at 2 o'clock p. m., sell the following: Ten, two year old steers; lot of cows, calves and heifers. 50 head of hogs, all ages. Lot of mules; brood two-year-o- ld I '1 i Deering Binder Twine 17c per pound. New car load of wire fence, which is going at the following prices: 8 Four foot No. 9 top and bottom 65c. ft. Four foot, heavy weight 7oc. Four foot, 6 in. stay heavy weight. S5c. Heavy cattle barb wire $6 for spool SO rd vri Heavy Hog barb wire, heaviest made $6.50 per spool of SO rods. Fresh car load of salt at $3.48 per seven bushel barrels. writes: "My daughter . . . suffered terribly. She could net turn In bed . . . the doctors gave her up, and we brought her home to die. She had suffered so time. Hav much at . ing heard of Cardul, we got It lor her." V. Vs., CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "In a few days, she began to Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, "and had no trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, and wc slnij lis praises everywhere." We receive many thousands ot similar letters every year, telling of the Rood Cardul has done lor women who sulfer from complaints so common to their sex. It should do Try you oood, too. laruiu. I.-- mares, work horses, yearling and colts. 1 Peavine Stallion; 2 Jacks. Lot of corn in crib. Lot of new baled hay, extra nice. One rubber tired carriage. Terms announced at sale. Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. v 11 & Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Wm. Lear. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 5, 1 920 Don't LetCatarrh Drag You into Consumption lo cured by spray. Inhalers, Jcllloi Avrtlt! Thorn I n more serloua tl&ga of Catarrh than the annoyance causcil nlr paaaacc. by the utoppcd-u- p nnd the hawking am! spitting and other distasteful feature. The real ilanRcr comet from tho tendency of the IUeao to continue Its cim re c downward until tho lunirs lccome nlTrclcd, and then drraded consumption U on your path. Ynur own experience lias tauvht vou that the dticaie cannot A PAIR OF RUBBERS. Uy GEORGE ELMER CO nil 0SOOOoecccooooooscoeoo FOR SALE oooa i IN TUnerr-rou- s Since. nni ouicr A. 8. 8. factory mujo It Roea uircci to its aourrv, nnd tends to remove the jjcrma of a the dlaeoKa from tho Moml. Imttlo from your ilnitrjrlst txUy, nnd beeln the only logical treatment that tfivr rval results. For free medical mlvlro write to Modi cal Director, 10 1 Swift laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. local applications. ha proven it moit satis remedy for Catarrh be ONE NEW t Irrationally ri'My liiniHt-h- i J ,iiini. We will be glad to take your wheat on deposit and will GIVE YOU AS MANY POUNDS TO THE BUSHEL AS ANY ONE. We handle all kinds of FEEDS and will appreciate YOUR business. Our Meal and Flour is as good as money can buy a trial will convince you. j I ' T. PAINT J. TODD, LICK, KENTUCKY. WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go, lilinsvlf himI ilif world lit larui', Crll hi lint rvM'litfillljr HI lie ia nl tlif Iihiiw of Mlin llielln llllnn. It was al'o Iii Imine of thnt lady's the nliHf,, liiirtx, and tlu-riiiHi-Klie and uhkerlng niuli'ty iiimh Imit lit'i'ii .oiiH'lliini: mote than tnctiili fur im-- r m jrtnir. lie had licit ITftty cxcliili'ly in her company, and rry forcibly wliftl a lie Imil tlreil ii .lnto friend remarked to him: Hl ! that Itutxws fellow Imi liroken Into the kiwI fraiM of the IIUkM." That ItutKcru fellow" was a dash-Iti- e yixins man wlm lunl cninp to the town a tw-rwas lookpriMmus. It out, Int fur n factory Mir, In- nnd Imd plenty of mime), good clotlirs. "All Ilnh Mini Klilter," wu tint way Vsnce K'l him down, und the lieit day when Kutcer duelled hy In an automobile In company with Miss Ophelia nnd her pretty niece, there could he hut one construction t the present- mi'tit. Doris uii, id conrst. llie attraction, u fur Ml llluke ii mnllniml old timid. hiicc paid no attention to a tliut us eakiial mikpMI"H lie itverlii-urSll lllake iiHliitl coti.ldi'ratdi proi-tin; erty about factory mlclit he tieKotlatlni; with her for n tuillillni: ulte. And now, as Viince observed the Imlr In queKtlon entail on the Hirch wllh ItutKers ami her nleo. ho paid no attention to u ptiMdlni;. Itn ttluc ex ImrlM. the "I'll drop her If hf In eiicolirucllIZ !" Mtlllixjulitii Vance that tirHKiwrt holly, hut at illlnk the hiimiIiiic Urolleil pait ll"' llluke Ihhh.-- , hoplHc Doris would fit-lin- e e rli make, rt''iilful iiiiii, angry at mad at toward Vancu lifted FRANKLIN TOURING CAR, GOOOYEAR CORD TIRES. THIS IS THE LAST FRANKLIN CAR WE HAVE IN STOCK AND IT CAN BE BOUGHT AT A SAV. INC OF SEVERAL HUNDRED DOLLARS ON THE LIST PRICE. IF INTERESTED CALL WHITE ntiil. PLOTJR Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. CEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L. It' tuc - BETHURUM AT 217 MOTOR ZANONE COMPANY. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY the most hnrdened old re probate may he expected to repent in time when he Kets caught. Even Ex-Servi- ce President, Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. Men, Join the Americau Legion of this Post. 1 tou utlt-se- d An imonymous writer who hasn't reached the age of polite discretion remarks that paint doesn't have the same elTvct on nn old face that it does on an old house. We rend much about the upper crust of society, of the middle class, and ;iKw of the lower strntn. But it's diiricult to find anyone who admits claMiflcfltlen in the two latter. Why tnment the fact that you are net rich? If we hud a million we would always he wanting something that it would take two millions to hu repn-vntath- i' HEAR Iinl(n un fnuf fp llit til- - fallhfiil doc, ran tip HOMER S. CUMMINGS SENATOR WARREN HARDING AT iu fHltllltlinlllM t.'ll.'tl If the 2'iotiK iun of Id. man) wt inlts. i. ut Vsih on. Itraltlc Uie dinir w a imlr of riiW'r, mitH's mi wnliln I He IlKhtnl riNHH Vattce caucht i;iit nf hi fumiixl rlal. Il wIiI.U.hI to tl iluic anil strtxle m neter iHitirlne that the unlmiil carried Miifietlilnj; botwifii hl ttt'th until the) uiMc under u Inltip post. "Mere, what have ou uotl" clial letii.'1- -l Vamv, nnd ut Victor laid a nililMT ul hl feet Vuure picked ll up, At once he comprehended tliat It was one of thov lie hml noticed on the llluke porch. As he turned It oer lie obserted casunlly a deep Iirovtulxh slsln wliere the In.lep cuned. lie w lUtiMlliiK If he xlioutd repimi the Ihiu.c and re.tore die rubber to Its ki-j1 the m f.0. la llvt MsfM of Korm.. Tritrf .Ktorworm.ttrh Mt fJoa'i bcaro dicuir.rd U.uw ottwf rr.lmrat, f.ilnl llunl'aS.1.. I.., itbnr buMtitd, el iixb Mmntr S.cS Ca.f.nf... Try s llatuurtlU TODAY, yuniu. rat u lauUy St DRUG STORE. - HOMY BACK. vtlbaat qantloalf Munt'.S.In McRoberts Drug Store August Records and lots of Hawaiian now in stock. STORMES Iim U .1 . ..(iLj.la..,. ,l,i. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, man mii at hl.i hide n keen-eyeestvdly recardlnc the fllili.tl rubber. "Yourtir" h Insinuated. "So," retorted Vsuoi curtly. "My doc took It from a porch down the EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAI OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. IfcT O ALL BONDS LEFT WITH US ARE IN TIME LOCKED SAFE AND WE MUST HAVE ONE DAYS NOTICE, IF YOU DESIRE TO SEE OR WITHDRAW THEM. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. Thi bank hat two Time Lock Safes, one of which i kept Locked. H. F. TXCB J, J. Walker. Davidson, Cashier. t. street." "Where which porch?" pursued the atrsncer. "Second hou.e back. Why do you nskT" demanded Vance aufplclously. Ttie man mumbled something about belnc an lii(julltle sort of a fellow and as Vaiict turned around and retraced hi;. ste nunc the rubber over thu fence of Urn lllake home. The stranser watched Vance clowly and then dUuppcarfd lu the darkiiest. Ijiter, throuch a cautious detour, he reached the llluke home, glided up to the porch ami carried away both rubber and chuckled In n pleased though sinister way. The town had been gtvntly stirred up two dajs previous by the announcement that the treat tanner) at the di-- of the town had been vlalted the nlgtit prel6u., Km olllce broken Into and n small fortune In cuMi and Lib erty lionila secureil from ltn safe. Of-- , tlcers from the county seat had been j sent for and Vance, thinking later of ) stranger, wondered ir i ne iniuiMti he wits not some detective attempting to ferret out the ierpetrntors of the AT SCOTTS BIG STORE uaiu isssa4MHaniafaHtnaMMfvnrwv awBvwwOTaBwvBtvrvM OTHERS ADVERTISE 15 DAY SALES, WE Hudion. President, L. HAVE 365 SALES DAYS C V, 0. Itfgney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hnmilton, Ass't Teller. Wm. F, Miller, Teller Every Day in the year is a Bargain Day at our store, and we are 10 per cent cheaper on every article in our store, than the other fellow who advertisees 15 Day Sales. Come and get our prices and be convinced. We can save you money on DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, HARDWARE, TINWARE AND GROCERIES. We have about 100 PAIR of MENS and LADIES SHOES and SLIPPERS that we will sell at ONE HALF PRICE and every pair of SHOES in our entire stock is 25 per cent cheaper than the cheapest sale prices. We are headquarters for Paris Green, Fruit Jars, Extra Tops and Rubbers for same. Our prices are right at all times on every item. 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, W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, burglary. Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. COllice Phone 18. Residence Phone 3H. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Ophellar It was the next morning that Vance camo facu to face with Doris turning a comer. Ho flushed with some and Kim paletl as though under a strain of some fervid emotion, "Vou have not been to tho house I lately, Cyril," she spoke lu a subdued half reproachful tone. "Vou seem to lime plenty of com- i pany," retorted Vuuce and then was nvhatned of hlmtelf, for the quick (ears j I catm Into those genlle eyea. "iou mean this llryce Hutgern." said Doris. "It U of htm I have wished to speak to you ull Hlnng. Oh, Cyril, he has made an Impression on Aunt Opliells and I mil nearly distracted. 1 kuow he la after the property and thai he Is not the kind of a man who means what he says. Can you uot do something to sae HMir seutlmcntat Aunt Capital $50,000. A. It. DENNY, President. S. C. DENNY, Cashier PAUL ELLIOTT, Individual Surplus $30,000. J, Uook-keeia- At that moment the mysterious man of tho owning previous came Into sight, lie looked Invitingly at Vance K. STOKMES, Vlce-Pre.C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. t. Dook-Keepe- HUGH MOULEY, General r. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. D. Swinebrosd, Alex It. Denny, J. II. I'ossy, J. E. Stormes, F, C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. und then beckoned to him. 'Tlion' rubbers belonged to that Kutgcrs fellow-,lie said. "I owe a successful cas to you. Tho minute I Kiin- the red marks of the hemlock pit at the tannery I knew the fellow win the man I was after, I nabbed htm and most of tho plunder. I have sent hliu to thu county seat In handcuffs." Aunt Ophelia took the dissipation romance rather of her fond slngle-llfhard, but only for a time. Then she settled down to tuakluf the reuulted UircM tsppy. " o THE A. T. Big Store Scott & Son, Props. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 5 920. 1 In Memorium Mr. Tho. O'Hwim paCl' away at his home on Lexington pike, near CONFIDENT TONE In Business Devclopcs Highest Market Price Paid for Marksbury, Sunday morning, July 25 Improved Crop Condition, Infill, 1920. vntial In Turn For This community feels a keen sense Detler. of loss tn the death of this splendid old gentleman, who with his ready of inWashington, Curtailment wit and humor made sunshine on the We will Buy or Store Sacks Free. darkest of days and was one who dustrial activities due to lewer numbered his friends by his acquaincancellation of orders and genYour Wheat is Insured with us. tances. eral readjustment were the outstandHe was born July 0th. 1848 ami had ing developments in the business of been a resident of Garrard county the country during July, the Federal OBELISK for twenty five years.. Reserve Hoard declared recently In its Katherine monthly review. Mr O'Heam married The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. Try a Sack Today. Desmond, of Mnysville, Ky., whose "In some district, however, We Deliver In Town. death occurred November 14th, 101(5. continues upon old order, Around the hearthstone of their which are still on books, despite the home, formed on a foundation of love fact that new business has fallen off." Kinds. and congeniality, they reared twelve the review declared. "In the agrichildren, six mm and six daughters, cultural regions, improved trop conNEW BALE all of whom they saw grown Into ditions and the development of a beautiful manhood and womanhood, more confident tone in business are Lime, Cement, Rock, ten of which followed both mother reported to have been brought a turn grave, two of the distinctly for the better. and father to the Common Brick. daughters having preceded both. Speculation l Reduced in this home there floated an Around "Speculation in commodities is, Genuine Salt. air of hospitality, mirth and cour- - many part of the country, reported tcousness, that made any who came to have been grcntly reduced, and In In Barrels and 100 pound sacks. with-i- n JU circle, slow to leave and some practically climated. There is eager to return. That Heme was a a general feeling that extravsgant true home, is proven by the fact thU buying is at loss extreme and dangerfive of the ten children reside wi.h ous than it was some time ago." problem con the father at the time of hi death The transportation and those not with him are In homes tinued unsolved during the month, of their own. the review reported, provoking "an Telephone 26. On July 0th, Mr. O'Hcarn was undue nnd unnecearily severe IS TO BUILD seventy-twyear old and on that strain upon credit." FOR SERVICE AND day his ten children and nine of the The review says 2.000,000 tens of were with iron .and steel products are tied up fourteen NOT HOW FEW DOLLARS? Throw your money to the birds,! Some men will go from one end him, in the hands of the producers thru Mr. O'Hearn had been in poor out the country by lack of transpor- if you must, but lr sure they are of the country to th" other MANY YEARS? in order BUT HOW health for the past fifteen months and tation. Likewise the grain move- not human buzzards to tell some otner fellow that he two monhs, each day ment has been retarded. for the last Sir Thomas I.ipton is about as. has hern nominated for the presi. Commenting on the labor situafound this dear father more weak and frail and loved ones felt that thei tion, the board declares that an In- sporty a sport as rvrr sported in denry. a fact he already knows, when Come Death Angel was circling around the crease in the efficiency of labor was American sporting waters. they wouldn't rroe the street to homo, only awaiting the call to "one notable feature" of the month, often. Tommy, old boy. You're a hear a good sermon and learn someBring Him In" for nearly two weeks this provement being attributed to sky bule sport, with not a cloud to thing that they don't know AND LET before the summons came, his readi the development of unemployment in msr your sporting horizon ness to go was proven by his manner various parts of the country. InT" as he plainly showed he wished noth creased unemployment was ancribed by the board's report to curtailed ing done to prolong nis stay nere. He si ever patient and kind thru manufacturing operations, cancel-LitioR.py has not declared, fns naturally all his suffering and when asked of orders and inhability to obRecord puts the Do' Democrats behind Judge how he was would answer, cither tain capital for construrtton work Gilbert in the race. This u counted fine" or "alright." He was truly 91.50 a Coal Products Hampered Utua WeaUy. Payable in Advaaca. a very dry' district and many contend Catholic and received all rites of the Coal production, the review assert that it would be unwise to nominate church. ed. also is hampered by car shortage J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. n wet or non committal candidate in After funeral services at the home and local labor troubles. The coal R. L .ELKIN', Local Editor and Mgr. sueh a do district as this. It will be Tuesday morning by Father Shulte, output in Pennsylvania, West Vir proven Saturday what figure the dry of Richmond, Ky., he was laid to rest ginia, Indiana, Ohio and Illinois was Entered at the Pott Office in element in the district cut on an out in the Lancaster cemetery. or less of nor estimated at one-haMail Ky., ai Second-Cla- n Perfect substian out issue before the Democratic The surviving ones are: Mrs. W, ma), with the country's toal producMatter. tute for air. voters. II. Hickey, Mayslick, Mrs. John Steele tion nveraging U. 000,000 tons a week Messr Tim and Leo O'Hearn of in comparison with current demands USE NO INNER TUBE. BOYS BE WARNED. blatter, Ky.. AbchI 5. 1920 Louisville. Mrs. W. H. Hamilton, of showing n need for 11,000,000 tons Bernard and Thomas O'Hearn who Prospects for a large winter and It is with profound gratification Is being used throughout the United States spring wheat yield were rrported by Member Kentucky Press Association that we recognize the announcement resided with the father. and more than 30 foreif)ncountrks on more the Minneapolis, Kansas City and of Governor Morrow that no more Pacific Coast district. The St AiXXnATTON , clemency from the chief executive THE AMERICAN PHfSS than 200,000 cars.; Louis district, however, said the will be extended to the persons con May this express our thanks to all wheat there was low in quantity, but rWrm? (or discriptivc circular cr call nr.L ftc it nt Rate For Political Announcasntnts. victed of carrying a pistol concealed who showed us so many kindnesses high in quality. Wc have confidence in the loss of our father, Thos for Precinct and City Offices.. J5.00 unlawfully, Other crops were reported as hav 10.00 that the Governor means what he says O'Hearn. The Family ing improved over past months. For County Offices and the law breaker in this regard Officei.-16.0For State and District 0 Livestock conditions were said by the .10 will suffer the severe penalty for such For Calls, per line.. Memorium J rjifl LANCASTER IKY 'Mi'' ' board to be exceptionally good the .- Kfcal'" .10 offenses. He is right in making the . For Cards, per line country over, with price generally TABITHA CLAY DOTY. announcement so that oil may take 1 For all publications In the Inter.ii higher except for sheep. The raw warning. The use of too much liquor est of individuals or exprescoupled with the unlawful carrying of On the evening of July 20th. 1920 wool market, however, continued Its sion of individual views, per .10 pistols by folks in this state in the there passed from this to fairer characteristic inactivity. line The board reported improved finan. .OS past has been the basis of at least climes the spirit of one whose life on . Obituaries, per line . eighty per cent of crime. By the earth was one of service.consecratcd cial conditions, asserting that the New York district had noted that elimination of the two we may look to husband lamny ami iricnui. FOR CONGRESS. for better days in Kentucky. When Faithful and true to every trust; the big expansion of loans and disWe are authorized to announce the Governor has proven his word and gentle and patient and loving and counts had been "wholly checked," RALPH GILUEKT, of Shelby county, the jailer has fed a few of the pistol kind of her ran truthfully be said. with other districts declaring this a candidate for the Democratic nomi- toaters' it will then be 'poor jailer.' "None knew her but to love her, none condition had been "largely nation for Congress in this, the We congratulate the Governor on his named her but to praise her." Eighth Congressional District of forward movement in the enforcment While we, who have loved her so Kentucky. State Primary Election, of law. Believing that Governor long, can but sorrow that she is gone City As To Saturday, August 7, 1020. Morrow means every word of -- what from us, yet can look with hope be Light he has said, we want to warn the yond the shadows, for we know that FOR CONCRESS. boys to leave the old gun at home or "In the clear morning of that other The City Council of the City of We are authorized to announce else take the consequences. country, Lancaster, Ky., do ordain as follows COL. FRANK L. RIPV. of Anderson In Paradise, existthe franchise county, a candidate for the DemoChurch Notes With the same face that wc have That between Has tin heretofore the Bros., and ing for Congress in cratic nomination loved and cherished, The pastor attended the Wilmore City of Lancaster is terminated as of ifij this, the Eighth Congressional Dis- Bible She shall arise. Conference at Wilmore, Ky., Kentucky. State Primary' beyond August 1st, 1920, and it is further trict of And we shall find once more ordained that they arc permitted to Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920. last week. earths sorrows, The Sunday School had a delight use the streets and alleys of the city Skies, Beyond the following rates and conful picnic at Mr. T. J. Rankins on of the sure founda under the WHO'S WHOT One fea In th! fair city Dix River, last Saturday. ditions until the franchise is passed tions, and ratified according to the arbitra WILL THE DRY ISSUE LAND GIL. ture of the picnic was that a number Those Heavenly eyes; wagon. This went on a PRIZE? BERT THE tempest, tion agreement this day made: lively crowd enjoyed the ride. A And through the storm ond 18 cents per K. W. hour for lightcondidates for Con safely anchored, The Democratic nice lunch was served at noon. ing purposes. Just on the other side, grew in this dintrlct will know 15 cents per K. W. hour for power thi-l- r We'll find her fare looking through furnished. fate Saturday when the voters hnv. had their chance. From what the sunlight, 100 street lighU, GO candle power, To the relatives, friends and neigh Not changed, but glorified." we can see there is less interest being $150.00 per month. any for bors, we wish to express our sincere CI). T. taken 'in this primary than Pumping city water to tower, va'rs. and we expect a small vote gratitude for their kindnea shown $150.00 per month. Garrard county demo during the illness and death of our $250,000 everywhere. Loss Minimum price of $1.50 per month crats have iiricked up their tara a lit dear son and brother. Such kind per meter, for lighting. alwuys be remembered most tt ince Governor Cox Issued his nets will In Tobacco Minimum price for power $1.50 per statement that the wet and dry issue gratefully.Mrs. Hd month, per meter, plus $1.00 per Mr. and Bourne aad family. Lexington, Ky., Surveys made urn not a nuesUon to be settled by the tobacco horse power connected load. the National Democracy but was If we could only find a poisonous recently indicate that These charges shall be In full has already cost ten rightfully an Issue in each congress, snake that would refrain from blight, which August 1st, 1920 until being a question to be poisoning, we could carry it round tral Kentucky growers $250,000, is effect from ional district spreading to any great extent. the city council shall have sold and rrmilated by congress. Judge uii as a firit aid to parched throats not ratified a franchise according to ur bert had before this statement, come Whiskey is universally recognized as The Experiment Station staff is at bitration agreement, and when said 49. dry side of the un excellent antidote for snake bite. work on a remedy for the two disout In favor of the eases believed to be at the bottom franchise is ratified the rates therein shall control from the date of ratifiA number of farm organizations of the trouble. Davis had declared to be In favor of In a statement Issued, J. Morgan cation, and this ordinance shall be plan are figuring on a h rental of the Volstead Act which marketing their products through Gentry, president of the Growers' void from that date. Is the prohibition enforcement law, of This shall take effect from its pas out the United Stacs, with a view Tobacco Warehouse Co. said that he and Col. Rlpy promised to mane sage and publication. his position on the question to eliminating tho middle man and re did not believe the situation would known This August 2nd, 1920. when accused of being wet, but up ducing the cost to the consumer, become alarmng unless weather con J. M. Duncan, Mayor, Both of bully but we hope it ditions arc unsatisfactory. to this date so far as we have learned That sounds City of Lancaster, Ky, ji never spoken on the reaches the point where eating is the diseases, "rust" and "wild fire" the Colonel has Harry Anderson, Clerk. SHJafflraiSji are spread by the wind. question. Since Davis is wet and equally bully. Wheat and Rye. n Feed of all TIES, Sand, and Pressed Kanawha The Majestic Way Hudson & Farnau KITCHEN EQUIPMENT DURABILITY. o grand-childre- n Conn "LIVE Brothers. LIVE FOLKS." i 5ni Irnrnri Fll Yr. Lan-caste- r, lE1Sy The Central Rubber Tire 1 lf 888 FILLER Card Of Thanks. SANDERS VARIETY STORE .. In llbii irinrii Ordinance Rates. Electric ii I 111 Methodist I two-hors- e Special Sale FOR Card Of Thanks. Rust 10 Days. Phone HArSELD&N BROS. DrisiitljlllMrm The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 5, 920 1 6 SERVICE Are you getting the Service that your neighbor is getting that trades with KINNAIRD BROTHERS From now until the 31st of AUGUST we will give a TUBE CORD TYPE INNER FREE WITH EVERY PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP TIRE. Sold with a written Guarantee of 9000 miles with the Cord Tire and 6000 miles with the Fabric Tire. Take a look if you are going to need a tire. STILL TRIMMING PRICES AND NOT CUSTOMERS. 1 POST OFFICE BUILDING, Dnnville Street. ONH STEEL HAY KAKiZ Miss Kvelyn Tucker Is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. John Hrown arc visaunt, Mm. W. H. Montgomery, at iting this week in Lexington and Graham Springs. Hurnn Vista, Ky. .Mm Annie Catherine Arnold is in Hardstown thi week the guest of her cousin, Misses Emily Mae and Klniuir Arnold. Mr. Ilright Herring and daughttr. Clir.AI' 'OLIVER RIDING PLOWS $60.00. Margaret, visited Crab Orchard A few Screen Door, and Window, at BREECHING Jit. 00 and UP. Springs last Sunday. $6.00 and UP rrduced prices. CHECK LINES I). T. Hrondus of Wichita, Kansas, Oil Stoe, feur burner. Ho.. Oren. ICE CREAM FREEZERS $4.75 & up will preneh at Scott Pork next Sun'lluffies and Harness, Mugul Wagons, Reduced prices on terylh!ni (or 30 day at eleven o'clock A. M. days. COOK STOVES $30.00 and UP. Mis Viola Ileagle, of (ieorgetown, See our 5 and 10 cent window i the charming guest of MIsk Chru-lin- e Sander en Danville street. Chiropractic l The tolulion of your Health problem looks like a j rry difficult one. J. R. MOUNT v I 1 & CO. The Deal House. .Mm Julia Embry, of Shcibyvllle, . , is the guest of .Mr. ami .Mrs. S Frobr Mis Josephine Itnney spent last week with Mis Vahnda .Mrllath at Hcdgcville. I J Gossip About People vvv K " i BrWI Mir4M Caingi by Than Vi f th Ar Cam!" sad In. islmstia Mis Lena Bright has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs. William Porter, near Stanford. Mr. and Mr. Tom Ray left last Thursday for a vkit to relatives in Missouri and Kanfas. Mr Griggs KI Mr and Mr visitors in Richmond last Monday. w Mis Arke Kay M the attractive gueit of her Mualn, Mint Mnrlc Ray. Mr. Martha Stephen H Mis of Covington ter, Mrs. frw Henry McAfee ha returned Irvine, where he visited hi sisW. P. I'arson. her visiting relative and friend. from a Stanferd. J. W. Tankersley, of Hamll-toOhio, m iitinir her parent, Mr. Angle Kinnaird ha returned Pumphrey. vtift to Ml Clara Cooper, In and Mrs. J .W. Mr. Ml Laura Dunn, of Lexington, Ky.. has been visiting her M(m Utbn Cloyd. of Ravinna, I). Gulley. week with Miss Edna Mr. and Mrs. J. spent HaUhcr. Mr. W. O. Goodie left Monday will of Uxington, i fur Airille, N. C. where she IHty Mia Ma- - visit her sister. Mr. Ramsey, family on grand-parent- voting hor father and pie. Ly Mis Viola Hcaglc, of Georgetown, I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Marie Ctfliley of IndianBpolii. Danville road. visit to friend Sanders, on the a Indiana, U here and relative. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Cloyd and famChicago, ily, spent Saturday anil Sunday with LawreMo, of . Mr. J. George Hatcher. visiting hi mother. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ha lie Nanniti I.avriefwc. licv. !:. It. Noel, of Stanford, is the daughter, Mrs. Jumes and daughter, guest ef his Mr. WiMtosss Poff Wood in the I'afnt Lick section. f lr- f Cincinnati, are Ophelia Carroll Bailey, of Puff and famihr. Mis Stanford, is visiting her ister, Mr. Mi Kothtirino McKecver, of llrown, on Danville ave. visiting Mr. and E. Avenue. Mt fr Cb. aiireveport, U., Mr. P. T. Vrk Me. Prfctt Virjalccn Hymn, of Owing ville, Ky., ha been the RUest of Mr, Mis Allle Arnold ha returned and Mrs. V. P. Frisbie, on Maple ave. from n visit to Mis I.ettic W. Mo Klnney, in Stanford. Mr. Hen Robinson and children Mary Pulmctor are visiting her parents, Rev. and Mime Clara ami Middle-tow- n visited Mlwe Ituby and Hwsslc Mot Mrs. P. M. Tinder, in North Ky. week. f Danville, Mbw Mr A. L Manford. of Frankfort, nml little returned today returned to her home yesterday after on, Jamtxi Husscll, from a visit to relative in Nashville, a few day visi' with her daughter, Mr. Clarence Strother lt Tunnossee. Mrs, Smiley Hill. , . I mm A mT'H'iin h 30x3 $14.75 30x3 $12.75 SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS . - $1.00 ft Per gallon from barrel $1.10 ,S Per gallon, 5 gallon cans Per era Ion. 1 gallon cans, BUY THE BEST. .. r jjj f I jjj SANDERS ' VARIETY We Sell For Less. STORE Mr. and Mr Jake Robinson and Out it itn't. It Is contained within the body and your Chiropractor know daughter Misses Sarah and Auguita, of Danville, motored to Lancaster last how to locate the CAUSE and how to adjust it. A consultation and spinal week for supper with relatives. Not in town on Saturdays. analjrili will cost you nothing. Misses Isabella Givcns, of Dan1 1 A. M. LANCASTER, KY. 9 to SIMPSON HOUSE ville, and Elizabeth Gihbs, of Lan-- 1 Mim Cara Miller and little Kvn, of caster, arc attractive guesta of Miss Somerset, are visiting Mrs. Miller's Heile Denny. Interior Journal. brother, Mr. Juhit Hates, at LancasMr. Clayton Morrow left last Sat- ter. unlay for an extended visit to New Miss Harry Kinnaird, of Middles-borMiss Kvelyn Wocd, of Greensburg, Orleans, I.o Angele nml San Fran, Mr. It. H. Wilkinson is taking his is the attractive guest of her Ind., i tK attractive visitor of Mrs. cisco. He will be gone about thirty vacation in Lexington this week. aunt. Misses Kate and Lillian Kin- days. Smiley Hill, on Danville avenue. naird. Mrs. R. L. Hagan was the week-enMrs. W. B. Moss has returned from Mr. It. L. Griggs sold a chojnut, guest of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Mr. Harlan F. Warren of thi coun. a month visit in Middlesboro, Pinc-vill- e, saddle hone to Mr. J. K. Lane of Arnold. ty, is visiting in Williamsburg this llnvana, Cuba, for Corbin, and Gibson Station, Vn. Mr. $226.00. Mis Nancy Long, of Kirktvillc, was week, the guest of friends and relaLane says he is expecting a fancy Roy Mr. Woods Walker and baby were a guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs. tives. profit. removed from the Danville Hospital Schooler. Mrs. J. II. Stephens and grand-son- , last week, to her home at Paint Lick. Misses Kmma Goodie and Sallie Miss Elizabeth Collier is a visitor Harris Courtney Kubanks, are visit- Crook Gregory of Hendersonville, N. Dr. William Burnett and Mr. J. II. Mr. and Mrs. U. I). ing the family of J .A. Tucker for a in the home C, have been the attractive little Simpson this of Burnett returned Monday night from week. few day. visitors of Mr. and Mrs Ollie CarpenJacksonville, Fla., where they were Hon. King Swopc was the guest called early last week by the serious Mr and Mrs. Kd Dougherty and ter, this week. of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Swope for a illness of their brother, .Mr. Thos. W. little daughter, have been visiting Rev. and Mr. W. O. Foster and their parent in Wlncheter and Mt. daughter, Sarah, of Jellico, Tennessee short while, last Monday. Hurnott. They report him Improving Vernon. have been visiting her grand-fatheMr.. Will Jobst, of Maytvillc, Ky., and expect that he will be able to be Mr. (iayle Doty Is expected home Mr. Alex Denny and her aunt, Mrs. was here for the funeral of her brother-in-- brought home at an early date. News. law, Mr. Tho. O'Henrn. this week from a visit to relatives in Mattie Duncan. Cincinnati, Covington, Dry Ridge .MisJnnc Bowling, of Brynnts-vill- r, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wall and family Miss Julia Mae Walker, of Danville and Krlanger. will entertain a houte party, beof Portsmouth. Ohio and Mr and Mrs and Mis Margaret Ijtham, of India- Ktkin, of Victor Stone and family of Somerset na, are visiting Mrs. H. P. Swope at ginning Thursday for the following Dr. and Mrs. Simpson ynunr Indies, wti - Ktc students at K. Atlanta, Ca are guest of Mayor Dun Ky., have been the guests of Mr. and j "Idlcwild." C. W.: Miss MiHre I Gatcwood, of ML and Mis Jennie Duncan, en Mrs. Wm. Lear. ran Mr. Homer Tinslcy, of Greenville, Sterling, Miss Tcvis Bcthurum, of Maple avenue. Mrs. William Fox Lagan and chil- Ky., was at home for a few day this Mt. Vernon; Mi. s Lucile Vice, of Mr. Ancil White, who has been dren, of Wilkesbnrro, Penn., and Miss week, the guest of his mother, Mr. Owenton, and Miss Opal Hendrix, of visiting his aunt. Mr. James Criscil-lis- , Joe Faulconer, of IHHsboro, Ohio, IdaTinsley. Danville Advocate. Frankfort. has returned to hi home at Wil- are guest of Mr. W. It. Mason, en Mr. R. - Hagan and daughter, Mr. nml Mrr. Cronley Hrondus had Stanford avenue. liamsburg. Ky. were in Richmond last week for the a their guests Friday evening, Mr. Mr. Hradlcy Long of ImlianapeHs, funeral of Mr. Hugans nephew, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wall and daughters, Miss Addie Criscilli left Sunday, for an extended visit to friends and Indiana, is here visiting his mother, Lewis Duerson. of Portsmouth. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. V. relatives at Middlesboro, Harlan and Mr. Robert Shearer. He was acMr. Alex Murphy and son, Znn, Jr., B. Stone and children, of. Somerset, companied home by hi friend, Mr. Williamsburg, Ky. Ky., Eld. und .Mrs. D. T. Hrondus of who make their home in Panama, Herbert Anderson. Witchita, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs MeU wore guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. A. Rowland ami daughter. vin Parson and baby and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. James Hemphill, of Louisville, Charle Anderson. Mis Mary of Kldorado, Ark., are here J. W. Sanders and children. for a visit to her parents, Mr. and and Mrs. J. L. Andorson, of WashThe Hpworth League of the Methoington, I). C, nre guest of their sisMrs. S. It. Henry. The following composed a delightter, Mr. Margaret C. Hobinson, on dist church, will entertain with a ful house party at the home of Mr. lawn of Mr. and Mrs, H. social on the Mr. Huckner Spindle and daugh- Richmond avenue. and Mrs. J. G. Burnside on the RichP. Swope, Friday evening. ter, Marjory, of Norfolk, Vn., are mond pike; Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Durr Mr. nml Mrs. Sam Goldenburg and guests of her parent. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Osee Hoyle Stsk, of Matteon, and Miss Alice Durr, Mr. Lawrence little ion, Victor, hnve gone for n it. K. Mcltobcrt. visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn, in HI., ha been with relatives in the lloaman, of Nashville; Miss Elanor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hill, trf Lexington, before returning to their county and city dun tig the past week AHIn of Gallitin Tenn., and Dr. Albert Sullivan, Kansas. The She left for home Tuesday. Medora, Indinna, are expected here home in Mississippi. of chnrming occasion came to a close this week for a visit with their many Mr. J. T. Leavell who ha been in last Monday morning. Mrs. F. W. Mile and son, P. W. fr.cnils and relatives. Jr., and Mis Mamie Rowland, have Klpuao. Texas, for the past eleven Mr. Naomi Hamilton and little son returned to their home in Kldorado, years, is expected soon to visit his James and Charles, left Monday Jor Ark., after a visit to her parent, Mr. daughter, Mrs. II. L. Hagan. a visit to Mrs. Walter Hammack, in and Mr. S. II. Henry. For Mr. W. M. Bogle, of New Orleans, Hcndcrsonville, N. C. We regiet to note the fact that Mrs. was in Lancaster for a few day this Mr. Virgil Kinnaird and little son, Margaret Arnold, who i now at the week. He and Mrs. Hogle left Virgil. Jr., left Tuesday for a visit home of her daughter, Mrs. Hen King for Lexington, Hustonville and to her parent, Mr, nml Mr .David on the Danville pike, ha not been so other points, before returning to Walker, in Winiboro, S. C. well for the last ten days. their home. Mr. and Mr. William Walker, of Mr. W. It. Mnrrs, of Knawille, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey and Lexington, Mr. and Mr. Jack Doty, wus mingling with hi friend here I Mr. Cash Pumphrey left Tuesday, for of Little Rock, Ark., have been re- a few duy last week. He i tae Somerset, where they will make their cent guests of Mis Lena Ilright. same old "Mummy" and hi frkHd future heme. Lancaster friend re. gret the departure of this most exMr. Isabella llnnini, of Richmond were delighted to see him. cellent family i spending tin week with her daughMis Helen Elizabeth Sprague, ters, Mrs. It. I.. Griggs on the Ituck-ey- e who has been Mr. W II. Mom, of Lancaster, the gueit of Mis Marpike and Mr. I J. Sanfonl. and all kinds of garet Fdllott, ha returned to Dan- who ha been here for several day, ville where she will continue her visit visiting her sister, Mr. W. D. Hurst, Mr J. P. Jspratt and family, Mr, Richard llrown and family and Mr, b'efore returning to her home in Louis i visiting her brother, W. G. Colson, at Gibson Station, Va for the week. West IlBurne and family all spent ville. SEE OR PHONE Middlesboro Three State. the day In Frankfort, last Sunday. Mrs. Jumse M. White, who underMessrs J EI Anderson, George Mis Kdith Champ Moore ha been went an optratlon for tumor, July spending u few day with her friend, 21st, at her home on the Danville Smith, II. H. and William Cox, Misses Mis Margaret Herring and with the pike, continues very ill, but after be- Sallie and Mollie Lee Cox have been in Stanford. Lancaster, Ky. The 'rmily, enjoyed a pleasant motor trip ing rwnoved to Lancaster, Sunday recent visitor Quick Service and Good Work to Shakertown, High Ilridge owe for better treatment It reported at gentlemen attended a special meeting of the Odd Fellow. doing nicely. Graham Springs. J Lipscomb Lipscomb d r, Shcl-byvil- le I- Up-To-D- Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, I Tin Work P.B.Williams&Co The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 5, 1920. Do You Want Beer and Wine SOLD AT EVERY COUNTRY STORE IN THE COUNTY? 2 THINK THIS OVER MR. VOTER. That's What May Be Made Possible If The Next Congress Modifies Or Weakens The Present Prohibition Enforcement Law. Congress Can Change The Prohibition Law, So That Your Sons Or Daughters May Be Able To Buy Wine and Beer Like They Now Buy Soda Pop. DO YOU WANT A CONDITION LIKE THAT TO COME TO PASS? This Ls nn important question in the conKressionnl race this year and is a VERY IMPORTANT question in the Democratic primary which will be held in the 8th ConKressioiml District on Saturday, August 7th. : IF YOU DO NOT THEN VOTE FOR GILBERT, AUGUST 7th a the reat parties are silent on the liquor laws in their national platforms, recognizing the fact that the question of rigid laws is a question that Congress has to decide, and that the question is one that the Congressman you elect this fall nu Both of know his two opponents, too, fleorgt T. DmvK openly declares for modification of the prohibition laws. Frank I.. Itipy will not state what his position is. Rut those who know him anil his political record and affiliations, know he has been classed "WKT." He will not deny it, nor will he : ay how he will vote on prohibition laws If he t olected. You al-w- as : : answer, and not the presidential candidates. The issue is elenn cut in the 8th district. There's no room for any voter to be deceived as to whnt his vote is going to mean. Ralph Gilbert has taken a bold stand against any change in the strong prohibition laws we have now. He is AGAINST permitting the sale of wine or beer at country stores, soda stands or anywhere. m m YOU have n right to know just how your Congressman views this big question, and how be will vote whenever it comes up at Washington. strong offort is being made to wtmkttH the Ikws to permit the manufacture and shIu of wine and boar. This would wtmkonod mean the opening wedge for Whiskey, Uw, fer law means greater freodem for the booUggr. A J He stands for renl prohibition, and points to the untold good it has done for mankind already as the strongest rens-ofor the position he has taken. He will not vote in Congress, you send him there, to weaken the prohibition laws in any wa; . He believes in keeping Wine. Reer and Whiskey dead and bur- ied where they are now, and not to attempt to resurrect them by weakening the laws that are now on the statute books. If you, Mr. Voter, want to sue the l'rohiMUott Lw weiil.-u.ttlo not vote fur Ralph Gilbert, on Aug., 7tU. Hulph llil-- t i it stands for the home nitd the children and all that w bft tur I .inanity. He Has two opponent. ntUtwr of whom take ' .i t.iiitl on thin matter that he doe. But rainvnbtr what c:.r ote means when you cat it in the ConicrwMifonal primary d, n Saturday, August 7th. DRY DEMOCRATS OF GARRARD COUNTY, STAND FIRM FOR YOUR PRINCIPLES AND VOTE FOR GILBERT FOR CONGRESS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7th. Why Not Here? d Ford thnt manufacturing concerns build factories out in the farming centers and employ the farm hand during the winter months, then shut down in summer and leave them free to work the farms. Mr. Ford'n idea in that this would keep the young men on the farms and solve the help question. The idea U full of Ionic and common sense. It could be done. Furthermore, it could bs done right here in this community. Such a factor', or even a number of them, could he operated economically in this town. It might well be conducted upon basis, with each ema ploye sharing in the profits. We believe every dollar required or such an enterprise could be rawed in this town nnd farming community. Wc believe the employees of such 11 concent would all subscribe fer Home of Ui stock, if given an opportunity to pay for it from their co. operative dividends and from their wages. We have the emergency. Have we the leader who is equal to it? sug-Kestc- HE IS MAKING THE FIGHT FOR YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN. r ? Collective Brains. There is no oearth of brains In this town. We have un abundance, and to spare. Hut they are mostly individual brains, operating individually and for the benefit of the individual. What we need i collective brain the brains of many individuals who in enterprises for the common good of all .Much can be accompliihed through the collective use of the brain power of this town, but litle can be expected if each individual centers his brain upon his own individual pursuits und refuses to permit it to function beyond that point. Individual operation of brain power is good, but both Individual and col. lective power is better much better. The man who has but few brains needs them all for himself. Those who have been richly endowed by nature in this respect cun afford to devote a tertian of their mental activities toward community betterment. Which c!um are yeu in? The fellow who is awt convincing is often the one who says nothing. A writer of note declare that the country U rapidly becoming feminized that the women are gradually tuking over all of the work of men. Oh, Joy! What a relief it would be If they would only complete the job in time for u to take one royul loaf before we cash in. Hut there's no such luck Some time ago Henry Theoretically the presidency ii a irift of the people, but practically the great mass of them have but little voice In Its bestowal. The 1oim are still in the suddle, although the girths are becoming weakened I0E30I IOOOC I0E30 Q POPULAR EXCURSION O CINCINNATI 3 SUNDAY, AUG. 8. 1920 ROUND TRIP FARE SfMcUl FROM iM-C- f' DANVILLE I.MLl Utlt If Aa TAX 61OO i Souihern Railway System Ol. A. M. fUturnlng SpcUI Train Laavas Cincinnati 61IO l M. (CtstrilTuM) DttailaJlalatauliaa UfXMI tpfjlk.lW M. I. CWHIHJN, Tkktl Altai. IMNYIIXK. KT. C SUNU, WUUt MMUtr Aftnt, l.OU.wru., KT. Train Lsavas DanvIIU Itl Savings Stamps Treasury Savings Certificates and Liberty Hornl. they may be separated from financial safe George ty foreer Investment in insecure, fraudulent How Much His or speculative stuck will accomplish the fool deed, will crowd in between To Him Until you and your future happiness. If that kind of investment temtotion Too takes your future happiness by the bond and tries to claim her, there Late. is only one thing left to do, Ilreak right into the ceremony ami say "Nix (Jeorge Wharton nearly failed to you got the wrong guy." get married in June. Only presence of mind and u loud voice saved him. A FOOL- In spite of the fact thnt George's face and form caused no jealous heartMAN burning umong the movie heroes he had won a beautiful young and attractive bride, and thuir union was Chops Up His to be celebrated with ull the pomp, To Use As Fuel And ceremony and trimmings possible from train bearers to white satin ribbons up the aisle of the Cathedral with the Hlshop of the D10ce.se waitToo Late. ing at the nltar. With red Ceo rue was frisrhtuHed. Once upon a time there wo 11 man face and long swinging coat, he needed only H whip to be taken for who said it was too cold to go out an all niitht cabman. He did net into the woodc to chop large logs know where to slumi or what to dw for the lire. So he conceived the and it was with the utmost ditriculty idea of chopping up the furniture for that his sprightly and handsome thnt purpose. In 11 short time he had young brother, acting as best man, disposed thus of the chains ami maneuvered him to the lieud of the tables and, tln-n- , being cold once Thv bishop was a stranger to more, he took out the window frame aisle. (jeurxe and very near sighted and and burned them, and after the winwhen he saw the beautiful bride and dow" frames, the doors. These being burned, he was colder the Handsome kid brother before him, he joined their hands and began the tltun ever, of oourse. Thereupon solemn ceremony which would make he starteil to tear down the house und burn it piece by piece until, lit tiiem on. (ieorge came out of his dale. As the end, he bad neither house nor he saw hU bridu about to be joinod heat. 111 wedlock to another, he swept his The folly of this man is not unbrothur aside with one wave of n fat like that of the person who, for arm, seisml the bride's white hand frivolous reason, sells his Liberty 111 a kwoutini; palm and boomed in Houds which, by painstaking thrift a voice that filled every corner of and sucriilce, he acquired during the for the war to be his protection the (Mthedral. "Nix bish, nix. You got the rainy day. He is disposing of a sheltering w rong guy." Thousands of Americana are on roof and knocking out the door that i'ie point of being tied up for life might serve later to help keep out to financial safety. They have won the wolf, No A Liberty Hund is a capital. a faithful purtner for the future through thrift, saving ami invest- prudent man or linn ever dissipates ment in Government securities. Hut capital, for it is the foundation on they ure likely to lose her at the which u business is based, A firm ultur If they relax their vlgilvnco that begins dipping into capital for for a moment. If they fail to hold running expenses is ready for banktight to sane spending and wise buy- ruptcy and ruin. Don't spend your Liberty , Ilonds. ing, to regular and consistent and systematic saving and to safe and se. To do it is like burning down the cure investment such as Government house to keep warm. A WEDDING JUNE I Didn't Realize Bride may think he knows hit his neighbors tan tell him a lot he doesn't know A man own fault, but Was Almost Strange, you think, that this war did not produce a single military commander whom the public could elevate to the hero cUm? Not a bit mmrvmmmkkmiitHkm of it. The buck privates had so many iMtaatlr rellavea lUailawa, ttee. brains and used them to such excellent advantage there was no opporftJh Stop food tunity left for the otficers to shine rtpeatinjr, aao an by comparison -- -.rrwncia 1 tail tit . Taas FATONIC 1 After you lways Uk HERE'S R. E. McKOBERTS, ass, t -- ass Laacatttr, Ky. JSH Furniture POSTED Realizes Mistake ur land: for any purpose whatever any sa we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunttown. Hut social activity that Is divid- er and fishermen especially lafca ed Into a lot of hide bound and jeal- notice. Mrs. Cora I'hillipa. IL L. Elkin. ous cliques in a detriment. Cliques breed jealousies, and Jeal- Mrs. Emma Daniels, and an- It. L, Arnold. ousy creates antagonism, Mrs. Sarah J. V. Hsckley, tagonism is the tool that digs the grate of prosperity and achievement. Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. II. l'rice. A prosperous, happy and content B. C. Higsby. ed community that mingles freely D. M. Anderson. and unruitrictcdly is a gnrden sput IL I. Harker in the sands of life. U. I Kelley. It is n haven of refuge to the J. C. Ulgiby. weary traveler who journeys through Mrs. Victoria Anderson, the years toward where all k green Thompson and Tracy or n barren waste. We can make such a town of . 1 --v tbw if we will. Sccial activity is good for The young man who squanders his money has mnny companions, but few friends. Men from friendships for those whom they can respect, and who ills, no one respects another slpatos his substance in riotous liv ing. Good And Bad. The undersigned hereby give warn-ta- g to all persons not to trespass upon . S 'I H Don't be too hard on the fellow delivers free lectures on the street corner. It's probably the only place he can induce peoplu to notice who him. Hazelwood Sanatorium Trtatnunt Association (or adequate tieatment vi lubei culotis in all lis stavs at ItU iia nit. Rites SIVO) per week. bond, mrJIcal altrnlion, laundry, etc. High ground I lie Dtlighl-fu- ECZEMAS qunltanll I lunl'l &l,a rUi la tbt If rttliwtil cf IUmii, Tctlrr. KmorwB, Itch, cu Dot'i brrwu. diruicfd nuH ulm1 (fnlmrali f.llnl, ItuMl's 51 U.l rt ImvkI bus. dU 0 MKbr iwi, Yu c.a't In Mlfcoot For lh of Tuberculoid Maintained by the LouUvill HNCy BACK I. l TODAY. Uttr CatM. Tit Ii al mi tUk rtic;t.al STORMES hHW 1 U M suiroundlngi. SccUI laics (or Ina U.ita.al II aattiaur, faanaa, rUm tl una hmU.I, Sa ST, fJ f (imhmm Claw. IlitJo-- U laaJoltf.. 1. DRUG STORE. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 5, 920 1 1 We have a FLOUR mm No CUNN'S CHAPEL. sir-e-e, bob! w WW Mr. Tnllon May Chnrle (!row. tU n steer to Mr Camelsall quality! sislslslslLIllllMF CAMELS quality plus Camels Of ohnion TllrUich we. No premiums with Mr. Li?e Hurl wan a RUest of Mr. and Mr. Sle Hurt Sunday. Mkn Aline MeCulley wn a iMient of .Mr. and Mr. J(Mih MrCuiley. Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Jfefce Ih.vi and two children of llrrea wore here vih n-ntlvea laat week. MfM Some Will Say choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the most wonderful cigarette smoke you ever drew into your mouth! 4 Mllkigtl nnH UiJVJ puff-by-puf-T They are always refreshing never tire your taste. is as new to you as it is delightful.' Yet, that desirable "body" is all there! And, the way to provo that statement is to compare Camels with any cigarette . in the world! Camels have a mild mellowness that they Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor I Your say-s- o about Camels will be: "My', but that's a great cigarette'. Cr--. Itay ami Mr Kln.tr end with re1 alive at Teatersvllle. Master Kdwiinl and Velb Tv.it er epent the week-en- d with Mr ami .Mm. Hush Msberley. Mr. Norn May ami children are here with .Mr. and Mr. Talton M and other relative, fur a visit. I leu la h May, Thelma Simp .Mime ra on, Annie May ami Mr. Hubert Ma pent the week end in Wllmore. Mr. and Mm. Holmrt Teater an. were iruvat little on. J. f" and Mr. Hujth Moherley Sunday Mr. Harvey Tea tor, Mle Matiii anil Ilernice Tinter upent Mondaj with Mevar John and T. M. ( hand, Jeteie II. Hay spent the week As Good as Glen Lily and just as cheap or cheaper, but test and taste will not confirm the assertion. Garrard Milling Company KENTUCKY. lcr. A party of truine ;nn and their wive enjoyed a Huh i n ncr nt the Ferry here Wednesday evenint; Mr. I'rentiM Walker and iIhuki. ter were the guttata of Medanu V. II. Hay and J. M. Am on one day g LANCASTER, SHB Jggk-m. ' mm Mil or 30 tidtrUt;. Ikim ,rt rrtymhf or 0O In v.rl... mbl Kmlifrallr tirtmftr H-- nmnMl urtm liISm mux. of oOn J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. WM kit week. -' We MM Ml'lill ' Till LI LLZJZlli 1 r I ? p rifopDe nre n'.wnv irrtf, n! (leer up an you will iheer the for a iirtan twii-itr- Ir.ir'j rr. I r.rwr remembered V rr fi ll, w thut estimable stntunm who rcklwa tt reduce tin- - ci?t of li pr by nr r have a, when a politician coyly remark nut The price of coal, wt are told, it fin their tongue barrel of respect for the fellow who that he i in the hand of hi friends to he hiith this winter. Hut why rally doe it by wielding a hoe in t hi time to renin delving into the kirk If there ii none to be hai we hi own garden won t have to p record of thoe friends. for it. hae J , Ibh wettjWai: 41 pound- - viacaucht near tho ramith sf I'atnt Li. k one day laat week. It wn punh.m-eby .Mr. J. M. Amm. Mr. and Mr. Arch Wean Kradahaw an ! Mia Francia linc. of were dinner Ruwta of Mr. and lr.o J. M Amon Thurstey evoninjr Mie Mayma, Hoten and Lucille Stapp, of LancaMer. were iruont of Mr. and Mm. II. M. Hurt and Mim .Mr L llnrta a purl of laat week Mr and Mr. Frank Land and children attondvd a very deliKhtful birthday dinner in honor of .Mr. Ed Clark at her home near Markbury, Sunday. Min Maud Tenter who ha jutt llnwheil her Normal coure nt Rich mond, here for a visit with relatives before jroinc to her hon:e at Hnrdtown. She will teach at .k Koliert. A d 1 WHY WORRY, BUY A BETTER DEAD L fe is .1 DELCO ;.k. LIGHTING ml mni did m-SUBDIVIDED m ACHES is racled id fcurt!;:t when th; b v. .ih - wor:n-- th.ifc- bring Je.;xnc!e-- .t arU dov. r.neurte. . ;ja Ev.!..s:. u ic.'r.i y - To SYSTEM AND PUT AN END TO THE HIGH COST OF ELECTRICITY. ASK ANY USER. aca yursnine take GOLD MEDAL The natirn,' Vt year Mll'inK ' n-111 All Live Stock, Farming Implements, House hold and Kitchen Furniture, Etc., at Public Auction on the Premises .MAKKSBUKY Mr. Jena Tuesday, August 10th. gra. Harkloy. are Bandar. Owen (irew ami children, cfi Kiet of her iter, Mr 6oodloe Walker Bros AIIOUT I i MILES PROM Till. STANFORD COURTHOUSE LOCATION NO 1IETTER DIRT ANYWHERE. REGULAR TRACTOR FARM AND LYING ON LOGAN'S CREEK AS FOLLOWS TRACT NO. I Contain about 57 icrn and It the tract on which A. C. Moore now retidet. Improve. Dwelling of five loomi, Kali, two porchr, good cellar. Tobacco barn, bran new, 4096 and 20 fret to rave. Good lock and dairy barn. 3252. Metal tilo 1233. Tenant houtr, four room and parch, and all Young orchard. Fine water well at houte and alio at barn, ipring pond, branch, etc. rti of outbuilding. About ! acre in tobacco. Fencing good. Ueautiful thadr. Ideal place to live, Matt of llil tract It In to town on food pike. Thlt tract will tell like hot cake. flete TRACT NO. 2 About 12 acre bottom land, acrott pike from No, I. About nine acre of thlt trad in balance in grail. Well watered. Thl tract i a rich a cream. TRACT NO. 3 Known at the Spuonamore land aid contain 1)3 '4 acre of fine land. All under good fence. Fine water. Lay exceedingly well and ttock ham 4072, Over two.third of thl tract In grat. A dandy tract, cloto In and beautiful building tile. The right location. Tlii one will appeal to the matt fattidiout. brick retidencr of TRACT NO. 4 971 acret known a the Itaac Hamilton farm. Handiom rich! room, two hallt, two porchet, double porch in rear and batemrnt under the entire houte. Water in dwell. out building. Fine orchard. Two citternt, pond, tpring, etc. 22 acrut Inc. Stock barn and all other C acrt In tobacco and balance in corn and oat. Thl one it bound In timothy mcadowt 7 or 8 acre in blue catch your eye. to colli one and mare with LIVE STOCK Two pan of mulet, good onct one at ide IG good milk owi 9 heifer and heifer calvett two towt and l thoat 22 ewe and on buck, South, toit down) all kind of chlcheat, etc. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One Avery 8.IG tractor! ona tractor harrow, 32 di.cj 2.14 bottom tractor tooth tmoothlng harrows one Drering binder plow 1.14 inch riding plow; 1.12 walking plow) 3 cultivator) Chat. Ilarpp and Henri Sherrow awl familioa were the KUesti (loe. Sherrew and family, Sun- ON THE GOSHEN PIKE AND of Mr. Ilev. C. H. Holder fillfnl hi rciru Inr upiHtintmant at I'leatont liro. Sunday, and wa entertained at t lu ll ome of Mr. John Itoyiton. Mr. Hen Iluuhe. Mles Delia It), t HuKhe mid Minerva Cox of Lands , Mer tn, two-ttor- y reary grttj ter, were the cuesU of Mis Suie K Sutton, Inst Thursday. Mr. Huj:hc remaining for evenil day vltit , Ml Thelnm IiikIo of Danville. Ill , who i pendiiiK the tummer with her nunt, Mr. Kd Chirk, returned ye, tvrdny from n very pleasant vwit to her coualn, Mist Mnud Clark from near The vnrmlnU have been playing havoc with the younir chicken in the nelchhorhood. Hecently Mr. Ceo, Huffman went out one morning last week and found 40 dcml in their coops, just about force enough to THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck, is a profitable "heast oflnirden" and surety has the "right of way" in every line f husinw activity. For all trucking purpos ' the city and for all heavy work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck e with its manganeae hrotize and every other Ford merit of milictty in design, strength in construction, economy in operation, lnw purchase price, stands head and shoulders above any other truck on the market. Drop in ar.d Ict'etulkitover and leave yourordcrforonc. worm-driv- gatoline angina) cutting harrow and wheat drill) Nil parator inch thrething one corn binder! etc., Ohio cutting hot one 2.horte wagon) one buggy) wogon and buggy ha men, forkt, boet, thovelt, digger all houtehold and kitchen furniture and other thing too num. mowing machine, hay rake) two cream eparator trout to mention. Thlt will be an ABSOLUTE SALE of thl farm and all personally. We invite lha cloteit Impaction of itulf. Thl It one of the vary bett farmt in the county, tplendidly impraved, in lha thit high-cUt- t of cultivation, a regular tractor farm) on pike, dote In) line neighborhood well, written wordt hlgheit ttale can not do it Jutlice you mutt tea thlt property to appreciate what it really it. Jutt get two fact firmly fiaed Second The date, TUES-DAFlr.t It will be an AUSOLUTE SALE for lha HIGH DOLLAR. la your mind. AUGUST 1 0il, at IOiOO A. M., and be there and you will ba tura to bid on Ihtt excellent farm. One glance will convince you that It it all we claim for it and more. DINNER ON THE GROUND Termt exceedingly liberal and made known on day of tale. For full particular!, blue printt, etc., tea wrila or phone either A. C. Moora, Stanford, Ky., or high-grade try. The committee who wn appoint ed sometime ago to purchase n piano for the church, are asking those who have promised to contribute to same to kivo the exact amount they will donate so it will give them some idea of the price of the Instrument the want placed in the church. Haselden Bros Garage. We are n.t intcreated in any cart, . .1... LV...I BeeBirBeeMrlflejajajaV COL. JOHN U. DINWIDDIE ON THE ULOCK. HUGHES and McCARTY, umimvnmmn If? TS- STANFORD, KY. Mc ROBERTS DRUG STORE. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 5, 1920 .ft . TirtT T miTTlTTf St SL A MAN WHO THOUGHT Or HIS COUNTRY BEFORE HIMSELF IN TIME OF WAR, WILL lttlM ur ma WILL ATI TTffl ft f if if 0 COUNTRY FIRST IN TIME OF PEACE. A MAN WHO DOES NOT HAVE TO MAKE EXCUSES FOR NOT SERVING HIS COUNTRY IN WAR S I I St H NOT HAVE TO MAKE APOLOGIES FOR HIS RECORD IN CONGRESS IN THE DAYS OF READJUSTMENT. i a a n a St B. ff VOTE AND WORK FOR FRANK L. RIPY OF ANDERSON COUNTY 17 FOR CONGRESS, DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, SATURDAY. AUG. 7TH. I 2 S S S St St St Si SL Help Ripy "Go Over The Top. The District in November. Th Richmond Daily Register. He Will Redeem Use Crvil War ha a oamiidaU for this of Col era Muh homsr M Uh whom HranV L Msf, a DimMit ikrre Is no )t4te. Dmtmt aH ttuste yoar tW bono b iMNS M mmm of tiier countwo ami lis rttiaons of P Anderon coowir how alwafa mrtel mynlly the iiamhus wkoover ami from wbaiovor rmmty he be u 3 2 a z a a s. SI st i a i a st a St (Political Advertisement) READ WHAT THOSE WHO SERV. Ep UNDER HIM SAYi TO THE DEMOCRATS OK MADISON COUNTY AND VOTKKS OK THE 8th. CONGRESSIONAL DIS- I a 2 TRICT We. the undersigned soldiers and most who served in the Unites! Stato. Army, with CeL Frank - Rtny, m and w Franer, tih Mexiean ber-desire to stale that Mr. Rlpy wm wt Ikr bl s. at 5$ 0. S. H VKi assfe a"" BtXjEs st st a st FRANK L. RIPY a SL t ft ft ft ft ft St Congress DEMOCRATIC FOR PRIMARY AUG. 7. 1920 and the Eighth C'oixrHul District, and sk them to vote for Mm fur Representative in Congress. We knew him to he capable and worthy of the office he seeks. He resigned his position a County Attorney of Anderson County when war wm declared ami at a time whoa our Nation was in distress and went to its relief when he did net have to no. He wui past the draft age. He followed the Flag with u on the Mexican bonier, and from the United State to France, and stayed with us 4 CowhcI. We consider him to be an American of the Mgneat type, a loynfeltt. a great sobHer, a sober honer-- a Me gentleman, a kind otTker, one ta a who treated every mother mannor. He kind and fatherly-lik- e Is our friend and your friend, a hmh of lit ewawtHi people, the kiwi Usui Ha ami will always make Ataorioa wife for Democracy. V therefore, believe it to W Wf duty to rKmwcml CM. Kipy U the Democratic vttter of Madison county until the war wm over, and vfcUny declared, ami we arc with Mm until this election tt over and victory la Ms. We believe if he in nnmlnated as our candidate for Congress In it Eighth Congressional Hktriet that w tinned Demooratk will cain an okl-fa- i mnority in November, and Democracy will return ti hr owh. We. therefore. appel to all the Dasaw-era- t who want victory in November to go to the poW ami vote for Coi Prank U Ripy. in the I'nmary Atr-w- t 7th. IU. NeptfMliy submitted, II. Jam Jomt Stmw. 3 a? J U J! 9 Reybi. Denny. in, by Kviresse O'Neil. Kd Cobb. Kmc one Moynaban A bra mm. D W. Kennedy, K. J. ManHlold, Cha. II II. I'atl. orx, lwren LnUer Pouelt. CttftU I'ewell. Flem Abrorn. Hrnnk II. S. l'ayntor, Hmltt HVtm, J. W. Htdw. NeVson 0. Khlor. C. M. CanfleM. Earl C. MeDtHKlt. evr, aW con In tbe name of fairne tssM Jw4tf e. we bee the IHojiOttmta of iMi rooHty and tbawe tonatios aMsjn) hoartily namhiri i we hav anpmirlod to raNy aroosW the tan dnrd af Frank U Kiny M Attm htm that aomtnat! n smxU and to wWck be is so jusiiy He boarttly emJorsos tbe nooains lion of Jamm X. Cm far ISitiient whe s 7. 13 nMbi ami Franklin M D Rumeveh for Vre I TIosT'sW Stone W. Norman. Thurday. inly (THE ANDKR0ON Rbart It. 1M. tNMt. sajoare on tho Dom aoa4 ri by Ime Mat FneWo CunvonUoN and. tf nom mi ted Md lociod. wW 4 nil in hi power ta see tbat ovory pUsbjr r He mm win in Naeammir nam Uiu rodeom Use Eighth IMstritt fvssm Re He ha proven himself not oni a DKMOCRAT bpt a 1'ATRIOT As tm m remtions with Hrrmany wore severed, he osfrred hoi Serricoa to Km country and was one s( tke to hsave tbe foresKR fleM. Report coming from ditforent eountioa la the district mdinte hi. nomination by a handsome m.ijortt Vote for Frank L. Rlp- - in the Pn mary and you will Reverbae cauae to fMr cratie niutorm He iiwasls 3 S ? 2 2 3 NEWS) TO THE DEMOCRATS OF ANDER. SON COUNTY AND THE Sih. iK. DISTRICT. Th I'nmary Eleetion to select a Democratic nominee for CoaigreM is the EiKhth Dwtriet hi fut ierMk. Saturday. August 7th. m bt the day -- when you will be called upon to leot your stimilnrd bearer to represent you In the halU of the National CentrreM. This county for the first time since urtoiec4ta,sttiiisiS5iB5it5,to, ttattkirdiurtib, good ones. rpret it. j y rd 4 rd j n rj w rd 4 4 aii isi es rd td rdr4drdrditaiytyrdfc4,rds-dtyyir4- d family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whit-takand family, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Price and son, Mr. andMn.Hubert Carter. Mr. and Mrs. It. W Sanders and daughters, Mrs. Themps Davis and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noel. Mr. and Mrs. I). Fothergill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ray and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz and family. Prof, and Mrs. Cranflll, Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mrs Nora Teater. Misses Ilernice and Vera Braadus, Ethel Ray and Sullie Lou Teater, Mrs. Herbert Johnsbn, of Nicholasville. Robert Noel, LuRue Curtis Erastus and Joe Broaddus. Games were indulged in by the children in the afternoon and a most enjoyable day was spent by all. er a r,iedr4to,iitei,S3l a 3 a a a a a a a jy 3 Classified Column RATES i Single insertion! lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of Are. Phone orders must be paid promptly. FOR SALE: 2 Jersey milk cows Crab Or Phone 13-- J, R. M. Moss. chard. Crab Orchard. Ky. For Rent or Lease. acre farm 3 miles east of Lancaster, on Richmond pike one half mile. 30 acres of this land has been a bluegross pasture between CO and 70 years. The best of land for any thing that grows. Will rent for year of 1021, or lease for a term of years. Would be glad to hear from anyone interested. C G. Y. Conn, 211 N. Curey St. Ualtimore Md. My SO TEATERSVILLE. WANTED : Fresh country eggs, Mr. Kemp Wulkvr and family spent will pay highest market price. Kengarlan Hotel. Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Edd Simplit. Illue serge coat, last Tue Mrs. Myrtle Hendren, of Cotton-bur- g day night at or near the depot. Ite. ww with Miss Uessie Gulley fer A. K. Walker, Phone 150. ward. the wook-enMise Inot Kay was the week-enFor Sale: Three your old work horse. Well broke to work anywhere visitor of her sMtor, Mrs. James I. Herring Blanks, Hubble, Ky. Sander of Coy. pd Mrs. Mary Sanders visited her sister, Mr. John Roberts, of Little HickWANTED; To rent u farm for man, this week. the year 1921. Cash or crop rent. I). T. Itreadut of Wiehata, Kansas, ' Ky. O. G. MeneatM.Danvftle, spent toveral days last week with Mr. Phone 8000. LOST d rOH SALE Store. " One Coles Hot Dlast J. W. Pumphrey. son. pd. SALE Registered Duroc FOR pigs at farmers prices; also some high bred, cholera immuned, stock shoats, aowa and pigs at shippers prices. T. J. Underwood, Phone Paint Lick, Ky. 7-- FOR SALE: Finn Juicy ElberU nnd Hale peaches, freestones, best for canning and preserving, sprayed free from worms and defeeU. Will be shipped by express direct to you Ilroadm, of Mr. E. II. Ray spent Sunday with from orchard at Conway. For prices and particulars, write his sistor, Mrs. Linda Sunder of Cotton bur. Her many friends are glad to II. C. Uaggs, Richmond, Ky, to know she U improving after a serD. T. Hroadus and wife, Cronlcy Ilroadus and wife and daughter. Hazel, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Parson of Poor Ridge, Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert, of Lancaster, Mrs. Mary Sanders, Miss Peachle Mae Soma people seldom have car and Angle Sanders, were entertained troubles. They use brains as well last Thursday, by- Mr. and Mrs. Edd Simpson, as gas. Mary A. Sunder. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Grow and daugh tor, Mim Lucile, spent Saturday with Mr. Edd Grow and family of Jessamine. Meosrs T. W. Uradsiww and wife. A. D. lirasMsaw, wife and baby of Lancaster, spent Sunday with Leslie Rradslsaw and family. Missos Irene Grow and Peuehie Mae Snndors, were visitors Saturday of MUsos Ruth and llsrtha Hell Brand New Tarpaulins of ious iHsvoss. at Frank Marksbury's warehouse; irovernmont inspected, double weave, and tie double Ailed, mlldow-proropes attached. Only 20. - tertained at a dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hicks and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Burdett and family and Mr. Mr. Sale Hurt remains very bad. Mrs. Anile Locker spent Monday and Mrs. Charles Grow and family. Quite an enjoyable day was spent. with Mrs. Beeiilsy. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pieratt Miss Burnice Broaduj is on the Sunday in Richmond. sick list at this writing. Mrs. Nora May visited Mrs. Ed Mrs. Reuther Ray spent last week Daily Saturday and Sunday. in Madison with relatives. Mr. J. P. Prather was with friends Mr. Cal East of New Port has been visiting relatives and friends here. in Madison county, last week. Miss Inez Ray spent Thursday Messrs J. P. and Phil Prather ,r night with Aleane McCuliy of Chaple. visiting relatixei, in Madison county. Mrs. Ocar Ray entertained her sis Mr. J. M. Mitchell of Bumside days this was a guest of Mr. Hiram Ray, Thurster from Louisville, scv-srm eek. day night. Miss Beaula May spent from Friday Mr. und Mrs. Edd Daily entertained until Sunday morning with Jessie ii. a number of frimds and relative at . dinner Sunday. Obe Bolton wus the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noel spent her daughter, Mrs. Everett (Vrow, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hill Friday. near Danville. Mr. Kvertt Grow spent Friday night Mr. and .Mrs. D. Fothergill and with his brother Iron Grou, near family visited in Lexington und Nidi Hucklcy. olusville. last week. Mrs. Bee Ray and grandson, HomW. M. S. meets Thursday, August er, spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Miss Mury ISth at three o'clock. Uge Ray. Kurtz will lead the meeting. Mr. Otto Grow was the guest of his Mrs. Raymond Ray und son, Neol sitor, Mr. Urn aril Nay tor, Saturday ofNichehisville, were guests of Mr. 4nd Sunday . Themps Davis and family, last week. Mrs. George Ray of Nieholasville Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Stewart of visited Mr. und Mrs. Thomps Davis Louisville, were guests of Mr .and several day last week. Mrs. 0fnr Ray from Friday until Mrs. Mike Ray and daughter Ruth, Monduy. were the guests of Mrs. Lissie Ray Miss Ruth itay led the prayer meet and family. Sunday. ing Wednesday night. Misses Ethel Bryants-vill- e Mrs. Jessie Shtrrow of Ray, Beuluh May, Ruth Ray, Sutlle spent the week-enwith her son Neel and Sallie liu Teuter furnished Mr. Bradford Burdvtt. the music. Mr. ami Mrs. Dan Ray spent SaturMrs. Doll Ray of Klrksville, Mrs. day and Sunday with Mr. nod Mrs. Henry Arnold of Kyuttsvile und Mrs. Lewis Simpson, of Poor Ridge. Myrte Wearren of McCreary, were We had quite an Interesting Pray- guests of Mrs Ray Noel, Thursday er Meeting last Wednesday night and night and Friday, hope to have muny more Just like it. Business meeting at the church Mr and Mrs. Pet Hasty und little Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. son, William Jessie Hasty , were the Sunday School Sunday afternoon at guests of her parents, Saturday and will Rev. Strother Sunday. preach at thiee o'olock Sunday afterLucile and Olivia and Curtus noon. Pierce Grow spent from Friday until Mrs. R. W, Sanders entertained Monday with their grand-parenand Saturday evening at a six o'clock little brother. dinner; Mrs. Herbert Johns of Fresh bread every Friday. HighMrs. Nora Tester, Misses est price paid for country produce, Ethel Ray, Sullie Lou Teuter, Prof, A call will convince you that my and Mrs. Crunfill. prices are right. Several enjoyed a fish dinner at T S. Pieratt, Buckeye, Ky, Buckeye Saturday, Those present Mr, and Mrs. Bradford Burdett en were Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter and BUCKEYE spt HRYANTSVILLE ss tbe guest Pineville Mr. Ezru Woods is spending a few days with relatives in Lexington. Mb Celia Hindkersen of Richmond was the week-enguest of Miss Martha Curtis. Mr. Sum Helm of Hustenvilie spent a few days lost week with Mr. Chss. .Mis Let tie Broadus In of relative d F. Rankin. Rev Strother. M. E. Church. , delivered an excel-len- t sermon Sunday evening at the Bulktrd and Miss Muyme Ballard were in Danville Mr. J.llognn d bopping Tuesdav Mis. J. Cox und Miss Murie Coy, of Kirksville are the guests of their aunt, Mr. R. I. Burton. Mr. und Mrs. W.K.Davts, Mr.llerbert Tuylor were Mr. ami in Nicholas, two-thirt- ts Nlch-olasvill- ville shopping Saturday. Messers Edwin Wylie ami Newt Gosney made a business trip to Lenis ville the first of the week. Mr. und Mrs. Louis Herndon of Louisville were Sunday guest of Mr. und Mrs J. Megan Ballard. Miss Allle Mac Edwards returned home Sunday after spending ssversl All roads of Industry lead to days with friends In NlcholasvIle. Mr, and Mrs. Marshal Davis of wealth .but most people take the back track. Nlcholasville, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis attended the Harrodsburg fair Mr. Harding is from Ohio. Mr. Thursday, Cox is from Ohio, the prohibition. Dr. and Mrs, B. B. Montgomery and ists have nominated a gentleman little daughter of Paint Lick spent u front Ohio, and there are still a few few days last week with their Darents eligibles left in Ohio. Any more Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant. parties to be heard from? Mr. and Mrs.Marsksll Davis and Master William Newton Davis of Nieholairtlle spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs, W.K.Davis. Mr and Mrs. Joe Beurne and children of Lowell smi Mrs. Ellen Karris and daughter of Louisville were Sunday guests of Mrs. Rhodle Wylie and family. The Community Stiver met at the home of Mrs. C. C. Becker Thursday afternoon at three 'cloek. Delightful refreshments were served. Quite a neat sum was realized MesdameH H.A.I)wm,O.M Zillah and Amy I)aus entertained at a Sewing Party Friday afternoon. Delightful refreshments were served. Those present were Metdames J llogan Ballard, B.C Rose W. K. Davis, J. II. Edwards. M O. Kennedy W.JHogan. Florence Ball ard. It. (.Ballard Henry Ruble. Mrs, J.Cox and Miss Marie Coy of Kirksville and Miss Mary Belle Halcomb Mr. and Mrs. W J Broadus entertained a number of friends at din ner Sunday. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs, Walter Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kelly of Uncater, Mrs Florence Ballard, Messrs Goebel and Hubert Ballard. Quite a number from here attendei the Harrodsburg fair Friday. These being Mr. and Mrs. B.ILHalcomb, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Rankin, Mr. und A. B, Swope.Mtsse Mary Belle Halcomb. Stella Mae Grow.Messers A.T.Scott Louts Broadus, Simmie Murphy and W.J. Ilroadus. Among those from here who at tended Camp Meeting at Wilmore Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. J. II Ed wurd, .Mr and Mrs. B. II. Halcomb, Misses Allle Mae EdwardsMary Belle Halcomb, Messrs Louis Broadus. Cal vin Bruner, W, B. Cunningham, Virgii Scott, G. Ballard Mr. and Mrs. Noah Morsce, Jr., Mr. Flerenee Ballard and Miss Helen Ray. es