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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 12, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920081201_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 12, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 12 Fa Today THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER. KY., THlifisDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST ! 2, , 11 Page Todijr. 4 THiipryiiMTljr 1 920. NUMIIItflU GRRPr OVATION SLAUGHTERING Given Gov. James M. Cox At His Official Notification. M,M nnmrcl WIND AND HAIL -- , Do Immense Damage to L. & N. ANNOUNCES CHANGE IN TRAINS BIG DAY FOR TOBACCO GROWERS IN LOWER GARRARD COUNTY and hall atonns that ever visited thit and Lexington was put up to Thirty six automobiles have been DEMOCRATIC .LEADER. One of the largeit tale bill thit of- county, patted over the northern end the Lexington business men, when pledged for a "Get Acquainted Day" fice has gotten out In several month, the county latt Friday afternoon they made their tour, through the of in the lower end of Garrard County, The political hlttory of America wat done for Mr. Noah Maraee Jr., of about four o'cl6ck, leaving destruc- blue grass n few month ago, stopWednesday, August 18th, when nearvent comparable llryanUville, offering tome wonder- tion In.iU path, to the damage of ping in Lancaster for a faV hours. does not record on ly 150 enthusiastic boosters from notification of Gov. ful bargain from his $40,000 Mock several thousand dollars, the total official with A schedule was made out and pre- Lancaster will take the Lancaster Ohio, Democratic of merchandise. lost estimated by many will reach sented to these men and asked them Jarae. M. Cox. of Concert Rand and visit Bryantsville, Hit price slaughtering sale began $100,000. nominee for president, which occurr. with us and Duena Vista, Hiokman and Bourne. that they Ohio, last Saturday, there yeterday and will continue unMost of the damage resulted from otner towns tha were naturally Ind at Dayton, Several good speaker will be In the I ay L. J. Sullivan In hU Continental til lilt turplut stock I reduced to a the hall, which itemed to have started terested In giving us this better ser- party in addition to two expert on In charge of minimum. The sale ML Hebron, traveling south at vice to and from Lexington and on report. near Pre tobacco who will talk to the farmer have been Im- Mr. J A. Phillip), whom we have far a Junction City. Other ceremonlei through to Cincinnati, and their families who arc Invited to Perhaps the heaviest loser from pressive attended by huge throng nf found to be n perfect gentleman and Thi schedule has been adopted by friend and political otso-ciat- who will extend every courtesy to the the storm are Dr. J. A. Amon and Mr. the L. and N which It practically the meet at the points mentioned above. admirer, The Club has made special effort but never before ha an event many patron of Mr. Manee. Norman Grow and their, tenant. as asked for and will take ef- for this trip and ladies are cordially Their large advertisement appear One hundred acre of tobacco in cul- tame kind so completely gripped of this fect next Sunday, August ICtli, ac- invited to go and many have already In thi issue and ihould be read by tivation by these gentlemen it prac- cording to the following from the accepted. Seats the attention of the country, or will be provided in In all, a many bargain are offered, that tically o much human feelinc . .arouted a total lots, with absolutely no Lexington Herald, which lays: car for all those In Lancaster who would Juttlfy going miles to purchate. inturance. thoie iweswnL We "heart of Aside from the tobacco A new train, taking the number 40 wish to enjoy this outing, the only 8 dettroyed, two hundred and forty a it title, will run from Stanford, Before a crowd of more than at the Montgomery counacre in corn, wa literally torn to V.ia Lancaster, Riehmond, Winches- request made for all i that each pereo4 shreds. Dr. Amon placing their dam-Ag- e ter. Lexington and Parlt, making two son shall bring hi or her,Iunch. ty fairground. Senator Robinson, of Arkama. formally notified the nomiAs the Lancaster Tobacco Market at $30,000. The farm of Mr. N. stop between Winchester and LexJ. Gosney, adjoining, met with equal ington and only two stops Cynthiana was the second highest in the State nee of the San FrnneUco convention of hi elcction a leader of the demSwine-broa- d damage and he estimate that his los and Falmouth, between Paris and last year, and a there will be two One was $13,000, having twelve acre of Latonia. This train wilt be the fastocracy of America, and the peech which followed, treato corn acre ef acceptance CinNow In Press. tobacco and thirty-tw- Ed Naylorof lose est train between Lexington and pracand really totally ruined. ing in clear, trnlght-ou- t cinnati, covering the course in understandable term of the Itiue of twelve acre of tobacco that had all tically three hours. Number 40 will This office is getting out this week been topped and sixteen acre the coming campaign, and the probof leave Stanford at 4.07 o'clock in the lem now confronting the nation, wa the fifth catalogue of auction tales com; Den Ilalcomb lose seven acres morning, and will arrive in Lexing- Wins In Congressional more enthusiastically received than for Swinebroad(the real estate man. of tobacco, said to have been the best ton at 7:26 o'clock. Extra coaches nv nubile utterance ilnce the famou It It the birgctt one he ha ever crop in the county. Race. . will be added, 'ncluding parlor oar containing about thirty page Among the other principal loer aervice. jpeech of Prrtldent Wilton before and over five thousand are being are K. L. Burton, Will Rote, Courtney Congret in April l17. when war RIPV CARRIES GARRARD. Number 130 has been changed tb wat declared. Representative! from printed. It announces the tale of Robert. Ed Perkins. Robert Rankin, No. 18. ThU train leaves Loxington etery tate in the Union were pretent. some of the finest farm In thit and Pence ilro:hcrt, Henry McAfee, Rob-e- at, 9:35 o'clock at night for Paris and With praetieally every precinct Fox and Hamilton and Thomas, is known as the "Atlanta Special" heard from throughout the countie Vet all left the great ttadlum with the adjoining ceuntiet, that have ever feelinc that the inue In which they been offered to the public, beside a Many farmers In Boyle have heavy making connection with the south- of the Eighth Gengretilonal District, I weie mot vttqlly Interested had been number of very valuable plecet of lotaet, among them being Harry Fry bound train. Judge Ralph Gilbert of Shelbyville, and other and J. LcOlurphy. Producer city proprrty in due attention. given Number 39. according to the new wins the nomination for Congre, a tate towns of the blue gran. from the great agricultural schedule, will leave Cincinnati at 4:10 a reeult ef the democratic primary A card to Mr Swinebroad for one were pleased with the candidate' Is o'clock in the afternoon and will ar- lost Saturday. His majority BRAGG'S ARMY handsome booklets, will get tklaratlen that a mere effective of these by rive in Lexington at 7:15 o'olock at thought te be about 450 over Col. you one return mail. method ol governmental aiu mr larm Iriight. . Thi train will make the same Frank L. Ripy, hU nearest opponent. 1. .1 Forces Man To .A ana - lit cover we Industrie hould be developed by the Col. Ripy carried Garrard county u, win lime as Labor reprenta. administration. by n good majority, although there s'arae territoryAn Unpaid Debt. tvve welcomed the frank and vigor-ou- t .Returning Tuin 40 leaves Lexing- was a very small vote cast, about one .Continued reit come to those who tatement tUt "Public opinion uw "WESPECO". OIL. that peneton tat 7:30 p. m., arriving at Lnnens. half of the usual Democratic vote. heu(d determine retnlti in America," trate, ga that vibrates, give power Afl.r 58 Yaart Calls For Bill. 10:20 p. m and at Stanford at Col. Ripy's majority over Judge Gila ragardt dUpute betwern capital untold. Get the belt and tee the bert in Garrard being 301. Judge GillOsf.0 p. m. and labor i and the hearty approval of "difference". Watch for the "P.ED Our fellow.townsman, Mr. W. C. Other new trains will be inaugura- bert made a splendid race and it to all quarter vms elearb; voiced on the TRUCK." received a letter ted by the Louisville and Nashville be congratulated upon hi 'nominaDav, question of foreign policy, eduea. Sold exclusively by W. a CARRIER. several days ago which came as quite system on August 16. Among them tion. That he wi I take King Swopo' 8.12-S!- t. Hon, transportation, and taxation. Phone 63. a surprise to him and back of which will be No. 10, which will leave Lex- measure in November goes without From the moment Governor (Cox, it a story of mere than ordinary ington for Cincinnati at 4:50 o'clock j saying, for he I a fluent jpeaker, of mounted the pekcV filatfurm to be- You Will Lose Money! human Interest. in the morning, No. 17, a local train, i a pleasing personalty and a Demogin hit addreae, until he ftoed with In 1802 Mr. Davis wo a young will run between'Cfnclnnati and Lex-- ! crat of the old school. He is the son the aolemn declaration that ho would en your wat whaat, tobacco ate, un tailor In Stanford. Another young ington arriving in thi city at 7:40 ! of the late George Gilbert who rep"accept the nomination of our party, l.tt protected by on of tboto; naw man by the name of D , a telegraph o'clock at night. resented this district with credit for obedient to the Divine Soveretgnof tarpaulins at Frank Markbury' operator, came In for a suit of clothe. Number 87 feu been changed to a number of terms and our prediction (ovornmant (peeled, Hi measure wa taken and the suit all people, and hopeful that by truit rarhout No. 11. This I the Maysville train is that he will, Just a his father did, danbla fillad, mildew-proo- f In Illm the way will be shown for doubt asked, and will arrive 10 minutes later in 22 year ago, redeem the district in delivered in due time. D d lis ropos attached. Sellhelpful service," he was interrupted upon delivery of the suit, that Mr. Lexington than nt the present time, November. almoit momentarily, by bunt of ap- ing fait. Only $30. Davit wait for hit pay until hit next making thit train arrive here at 8:40 Garrard County's Vote By PracincU. plause from the stand. pay-da- y Gilbert, Ripy, Davis. Edwards at he wat short of mean at o'clock at night. Number 131 hat Vigorout, robust,, and In bounding penses of the two parties, nnd won a the time. Mr. Davis agreed; but be- been changed to No. 10, and No. 138 Ct H. 1 53 84 2 spirits, the Governor pvk with an great ovation when. he said) 5 102 2 fore payday came, a detachment of will be renamed No. 14. 'These two E. Park 04 earnettneta of toni and alncerity "There will be no attempt In this General Uragg'i army came into train will not change their pretent W Park 20 1 4 80 which compelled the undivided atten- campaign to compete by dollars with Stanford and D , and several others, CO 1 schedule. Number 10, which leave W Bry. 30 tion of hi audience, and the clarity out opposition. So many people haw to avoid capture or service in the Lexington for Maytville at 6:30 E. Bry. 40 , 176' 1 butinett Confederate Army, left town-in- . the o'clock in the afternoon now will Buckeye 11 and oundnu of hit Idea on the been in the 14 2 queitlon clote to the heart of hit for the reactionary cause that the nighL Thereafter D never return- after Augutt 16 leave at 5:65 o'clock. Walker 13 15 0 are mora or ed to Stanford nor did Mr. Davis ever lwtener won tremendout ovation a million already 22 23 The inauguration of the change in Pt Lick 40 ? they were t forth. lest a matter of general information. receive pay for the suit. 1 15 ' 28 the Louisville & Nashville trains was Union The day wat "Jluimie'a" day from All that wo oak 1 that both partiea A week or more ago Mr. Davis, 58 the result of cooperation of the railtun-up- . No one questioned that. deal In the utmost good faith with year after the luit had been made, way officials 687 45 4 and the local Board of Total 2SC Dayton waa literally captured by her the electorate and tell the plain- - truth received the follewing letter: Ripy majority over Gilbert 301. Commerce after a conference of repprogreMive ton from the moment it a to the amounts received, the conNorfolk, Va.. July 23, 1020. resentatives of the two orgnnixations began to Ur in the early morning. tributors, and the Item of disburs- Mr. Will Davis, relative to joining closer together the BURLEY Band were. playing at the railway ement. Tho public judgment in elec- Lancaster, Ky. lilue Gnus cities. ' special tions should be rendered after the My dear Sirt station, a the numerou At Lexington train began to Arrive, before seven fullest hearing possible." I learn that you are a son of a Tho acceptance tpeech cloted with tailor who in 1802 kept a shop Jn o'clock Dayton wa truly "Jlmmlc" Week. town, for the day at leatt. But be- n referenco to tho plan of tho cam- Stanford Ky. I had somo tailor work fore the native eon of the Buckeye paign in which Gov. Cox stated that done in his shop, and before I could state had got well under wiry with hi "cunning devices backed by unlim- pay for it, 1 was chased out of town At a meeting of an unofficial dele; speech of acceptance, It teemed at ited prodigal expenditure will bo by the approach cf Gen. Lcadbetter's gation, from twenty-eigcounties of Opens In though the whole itate, or even the uted to confute nnd to lure. Hut I brigade. Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, at Lexwhole country, was hit for the day. have an abiding faith that the pitfalls Have you any account of this debt? ington last week, an indorsement of Men and women from all sections of will' be avoided and the rjght roud Wa it ever paid, or Hon. Albin W Barkley, Congress- a "cut-out- " it not, how much of the. 1921 burley crop ' opposed America, representing all the ele- chosen. The lender to wat Itt A I have not very much man from the First Dlstrlot, opens and the launching of the "Burley the country) came togeth. Democracy promise to put the coun- longer to live. I , want to leave the hi campaign here MONDAY, AUG- Tobacco Grower Association" were ments of er at the ccremonle and cheered and try 'maek Jo normal'. Thi can only worli square nnd not, Qwing anyone. UST 23rd. ThU U County Court the outstanding features of the meetyelled for "Jlmmle" as If he Wat if mean tho normal of former Will you pleat let roe know if you Day and the Garrard County Court ing. neighbor of all reactionary administrations, the out- know anything of the matter, or for begin that day also. Only six vote were cast against The most intense demonstration standing feature of which wn a pit- what amount the bill was. Congressman Barkley has the repu- the plan not to raise tobacco next when the Governor ap- tance for farm produce and a imall occurred I had forgotten all about it for tation of being the most attractive year, and then the vote was made proached the subject of the League wage for a lontf day of labort My year until it came tuddenly Into my political campaigner in the Demo- unanlmou. vision doc not turn backward tp the mind recently and I havo been writ- cratic party in the State. The ipeak-e- r of Nations. Ma meetings were oalled in every Standing, it teemed, a bit more 'noma!' desired by the senatorial ing to different people in Stanford to hat many admirer in Garrard county in the burley belt, for August squarely upon both feet, setting his oligarcy, but to a future In which a'll learn the name ami location of the County who are delighted that he will Nth, at 1:30 o'clock, at which time Jaw with added firmness and speak- - shall hava a normal opportunity to firm which did tailoring there. be here to make the tint tpeech for delegates will be elected to a convenlug with a decMcd note of aggres cultivate n higher stature amidst bethi party. One half of the Court tion in Lexington, August 18th. At Your truly, slvenen, the Democratic candldato ter environment than that of the . Home will be reserved for the teating this convention it will D be decided J. spoke of the league at "the supreme pott. Our view I toward the sun-rit- e P. S. I am a poor nian but try to be of the women. whether the 50,000 farmer that proof tomorrow with it progress fair. Issue of tho century", and bitterly Come and hear Hon. Albin W. duce around 300,000,000 pound of assailed the Republican party for haw and It eternal promise of better The writer makes the mittake of Btrkley. tobacco will plant other crop in It Ing blocked the entry of America in- thing." thinking that Mr. Davis U the ion of place next year. The ceremonlet cloted with a bene- the Stanford tailor, which i quite to "this most practical and humane Meeting. diction by the Rev. Father Martin natural Inasmuch, at 68 year have movement" Girls. The keynote of (he Democratic Neville, of the Holy Angel Catholic elapsed tince the tuit wa purchased. There will be a meeting of the Friends here have received the anchurch at Dayton. Governor Cox re- Hut Mr. Davit l the man hlmtelf who Lancaster Commercial Club and the party, as toundd by Gov. Cox, Is "Progressive demo- turned to Tralltend to meet thou-il.- made th4 tult; and he say he remem- Lbutinets! citizens of the city at, the nouncement of the arrival at twin frienda who were waiting to ber d4Jeictly the man and the ma court house next Monday evening a. girls at the home of Mr. and Mr. Ew-in- g cracy , pitted against Republican reTbVtiatnty Stultx in LouUtiUc. ipeech, teriat action" U the way be summed up the coraiulte him upon hi of which tho suit wo made. 7 JO to perfect the final 'manges campaign n brief, and tho statecaeftt wkied, they toy, will without doubt He ha replied to the letter and is tnenU for the !'gt acquainted" tour, little MUe have Ken chT&Uued brought a deafening roar of ap- inspire party worker to the , great dally expecting n checlrcoVering the which Is to take place on Wednesday, "June Bourne" ands"Jane. Ewing". Mr. Stults will be remembered be plause from the masses in the1 crowd- and concerted effort demanded by original cost of the suit and possibly August 18th, ,,j " ' Aleen the occasion to culminate in (he de- some Mire for interest. ThU I important and it, is hoped fore her marriage aa Mia ed .stands. "' Following the demonstrations' 'the feat of the reactionary prorcma of that a good.repreientation will attend Bourne, daughter of Mr, aad Mr. J. ' Se4 this meeting. i( Governor Vpoke f the campaign ex. Senator Hardin;. $c. t H p. Bourno of thb city. Mount's ad. e. 60,-6&- f EOf LE CHEER THE Noah Marsee Offering Garrard Farmers last . Means Better Service to Lancaster Commercial Club with Band to Have Big Bargains At Friday. nnd From Lexington. Outing Wednesday, August '18th. Bryantsville. Decidedly one of the wont wind' hletter tram service between Lon-coster ANOTHER CATALOGUE Fifth For warehouses here thU year instead of one. It it certain thtbthe farmer of Garrard county, who hate, according to those who have teen the growing crops in the Bluegrat lately, more good bright tobacco than any of the dther counties, will find it to their advanage to bring their tobacco to Lancaster. Farmer are Invited to come to the various points to be visited and bring their famlliet at they will hear much to their advantage, etpeclally as hat been taid, In regard to the growing crop, the diteate that has attacked it In tome sections, at well at he latett information in regard to the crop in the Carolina and the price being paid for it aa the market there it now open. All those who have pledgtd to go on this trip are atked to be on hand at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning, August 18th, on the square, so that the start can be made promptly and the schedule carried out as planned. JUDGE GILBERT BRADSHAW BROTHERS Win On Beef Bred Cattle At Berea Fair. Messrs Brndshaw Brothers took 10 head of their Aberdeen-Ang- u oattle to the Berea Fair last week and won practically everything in the beef bred-cattle rt Satisfaction Prevails. Leave - tert the-tall- heifer any age, they won lit, 2nd, and 3rd; beat bull any age, lit and 2nd; best yearling heifer 1st, 2nd nnd 8nl; best cow and calf, 1st and 2nd; bctt tenior yearling steer, lit; best suc&lng calf, either sex, 1st. and 2nd; best herd of five or over, 1st and 2nd. This splendid show of cattle was the chief attraction for the second day and brought out one of he largest crowd ever seen on the grounds. famThe total winning! from-thous herd wat $325.00. On bet clan. American Legion News. At the regular meeting: of the week Post American' Legion held-bu- t Commander Virgil 9' Klnnalrd and Mr. Benj. Woods were selected unanimously as delegates to the State Convention to be held in LbuUville the tint week in September! the gentlemen will go. to iie Convention on the Bonus or adjusted compensation, compubory Military Tralning ahd other thing to come -- . -, thera. Practically every Post in thU Dis trict have Instructed their delegate to vote "yes", on all theie subjects. The regular meeting of this Post will be held the second week in September at which time officer will be selected for'the ensuing year. be,-fo- re wt, CUT.QUT Brodhead Fair. Mr. A. E. Albright, and Granville Owen secretary, were in the city a few day ago advertising the Brod-hea- d Fair which comes off next week. Many from this county will be interested to know that one of the fair ever held in that little city, will be pulled off there August 18th, 19th, and 20ttf. DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN Lancaster. Favored Meeting Last ht tet nt They ure carrying a large irV this Issue and are extending a special invitation to It Garrard county friends to attendevcryiday if possible and promite theni one of they have the best entertainment ever seen there. An Aeroplane will be on exhibition every day and will carry' free .the first couple to marry on the fair grounds. Now boys get buiy, get you u wife and take her a trip to the atrial region. adver-titeme- a LOST On itrceU of Lancaster, latt Saturday, lady light brown kid driving glove, for right hand. Finder please return to thi office. It Wa will tell you Ih vary bait, Timothy taad for Fall towing at tka low-a- lt prica poulble. Call aad tea ua. 8.12-4- t Garrard Milling, Co. Important Twin Attention Auto Owners Before buying new Storage Batteries, see Deatherage Bjo,,ftwho can repair your old onu and make ,114 good a .hew, Second hand ttooce feattrlc qu hand for sale.. AUo repairing; of all kind on all can. All work guaranteed. .' Deatherage Bros., Garage. i- - of ot " J i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 2, 920 1 1 No Drop in Haynes Prices Is Statement from Haynes Factory Ilr l TON i .. PHiniiRI INC., Vic I'tct. .inJ Ken'l The IU)nct Aiilnmiihile (.utnpany, KnLotmi. Indiana, tISTEN FOLKS ABSOLUTE SALE OF M.n.er t'.S, A. ' people liavc dclnj'cd automobiles this Summer because they have been led to believe thnt the prices of cars Would drop in the not (nr distant future. MANY can sec no possibility of uny reduction in (he price of automobiles. "Today, as always, material and Jahor arc the controlling factors in the cost of automobile production. Of the mcttricls, steel and iron form the basic metals (or the manufacture of the automobile. Experts in the Mccl and iron industries state that the price of these two commodities c&nnot fall for n longtime to come. The inability of our transportation system to function properly in moving the nation's steel und iron output is the basis of this prediction. Labor, the odicr determining factor in the cost of automobile production, will not accept any reduction in wages, and it is useless to look for u decrease in cost in this direction. "These broad economic conditions, coupled with the fact that practically all automobile companies have on hand large inventories of stock that enter into (he manufacture of cars, make it mandatory that the price of the automobile remain fixed for some time to come." fair-price- On several occasions we have voiced ourselves that this conclusion was incorrcdt and thnt the prices of automobiles could not possibly be lowered. On the contrary, there is some likelihood that the price will go higher. To back up our statements wc quote you the following message which wc have just received from Mr. Alton G. Scibcrling, Vice President and General Manager of LAND 1 & PERSONAL PROPERTY A. M. on will at 10:30 Friday, Aug. 20th, Sell the following property My farm of 54 acres, located 4 miles out of Lancaster on the New Danville pike, known as the Squire Jim Bourne farm. This land is all sand stone land, 35 acres in clover, timothy and blue crass, remainder in cultivation. IMPROVEMENTS A good 7 room 2 story house in good repair; 13 acre tobacco barn good as new, also a good stock barn and other out buildings. Good cistern and fish pond and a nice young orchard. Company. The Haynes Automobile Mr. Scibcrling is one of the leading automobile men of the nation, and his judgment can be relied upon. Here is what he says: "In recent weeks there lias been some agitation in certain trudc circles, relative to a drop in automobile prices. To such agitation, my straightforward reply is thnt the prices of automobiles will not come down for some time. In other words, as far as it is possible for us to look into the future for the making of price predictions, wc d logical and to the point. If you have delayed purchasing your new series llnynes car in the hope that the prices would fall, wc would suggest that you place your order with us immediately so as to insure prompt delivery on the date you specify. Mr.Seiberling's message is frank, This farm is known as a real tobacco farm. PROPERTY AS FOLLOWS 7 head of steers, one and two. years old; 23 head of shoats; 2 pair of mules coming 2 years old. Also farming implements. PERSONAL DINNER ON THE TERMS EASY. BOTH LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. GROUND. EVERYBODY INVITED (This advertuement rclcucd August, 1920) HAYN E CHARACTER CARS 'Beauty Vy. CAPT. AM BOURNE Auctioneer. Tom Foynter. --- OF- Strength IS 'Power -- - Comfort KY. "mJ THE " HAYNES AMLKlCA'l TIRfcT CAV idlO ' F. S. HUGHES, DEALER, LANCASTER, Works Both Ways, lie happy nod yen vrlU be good, Albany Journal Auction Sale FINE BLUE GRASS FARM NEAR DANVILLE, KY. We will sell at public auction on the premises on It White Elephant Isn't It a pity that a nan never ran dispose of "his motor experience for aa much as It cost hunt Whales' Ages. Scientists say that an ordinary whale lives to the ace 'of COO yearn, while some whales have been caught whose apearance denotes them to have lived as many a l.U years. Personal Preference. A New York man sent hla bride a tlas by wireless. Bo far as kissing Is roncerned we much prefer the method. Motive Power Weak. Unlnttrruptcd Schedule. Earth Well, Whatever they lo te transportation they ron't keep me from traveling around the tun. A Flour From Many Products. Chinese millers make flours out ot beat, barley, oate. rye, buckwheat hestnuts, millet, potato, peanuts, peas, eant, lentils, pulse, rice, almonds and Ifty other vecctnhle substances. What I Owe to My Parents. "One cood mother Is worth a hunsorb and dlccKt In one nljrht food ttireo dred schoolmasters." The truth of times the weight of Its own body. this nmvrrh I. hnn.n by the tributes which successful men Dally Thought. pay to the Influence of their mothers. As "unklndiicfs has no remedy at law,' let Its avoidance he with yon Europe's Potato Crop. a point of honor. Ilmea llallou. In Kuri)- - iMitatoe are grown ot different kinds for different purposes. Wood Protector. Certain varieties are raised for cookA coat of Jnpsnehe tncquer when aping and others for starch making and plied to wood or metal Is proof ncalnst distilling. Oter there they have a alcohol, ncnliiNt IwiIlltiK unter, against "Mock tntn," which Is not I linos t all known iicerirlea used for hninnn food ut all. It Is very Inrge and coam itf texture and Is Th .Thinkers of Old. utilised for feeding cattle. The yield In the seventeenth nnd elshteenth to the acre Is twice the ordinary, and centuries the creates! thinkers of the the tubers being exceedingly rich In world cave themselves up to mathestarch are rreni nicotic! iirnducera. matical BUd tihvslml rrh. Valus of Youthfui fhinklng. New Classification. We are learning 11..1I the fabled Junior, tainting to a fox terrier's foundation ot youtli llit ourselves; little short fall, eiclaltued: "Say, Is In our own meiitnlltv ivrj etual redaddy, I with you'd buy me one of juvenation and rrnmul ure pOMlble these cute little Umrt Mem docs." We look as throuch right thinking. old as no think and feel, because Surgeon'a Knife Not Needed. thought and feeling maintain nr chance One of the creates! advances In mod our appearance In ;rn surfer; Is the method of removing a 1th their perslxtem-- or arrordaiice their vari'orelgti bodies from the Junes, cutlet or ations. It Is Impossible to appear .touinch without any cuttlnc whatever. youthful aud remain jouug unices we feel young. Youtltful thinking should Poor Little Motorist be a life habit Ortomi Swett Murden Dlcklt, need three, broke a wheel In Chicago Dally News. from his little uukoii. "Now what shall I dor' he rrlwi. "Ilfty miles from "Schoi. ihauer's Bible." a turn so nnd nut ot cast" The "Oupiiik lmt" Is a Katln translation of the "Upuutthads," made by Anquetllpucrrin, from a Persian verFtsrtd Burial Allvs. Hans Andersen tntl Harriet Mar sion of the Kanscrlt vrlglnul, which tlneau left specific Instructions that was publlsheil at Ktrarnburg, In two under the they should not be burled until every-thin- e volumes quarto. hod been done to make sure title Oupuek'hut Id est Kecretum Lethat they were lifeless. So did Wll-kl- e gend uiu." It consists of a group ot Collins, whose novel "Jexebel's treatises, expounding a general sysDaughter contslns a thrilling ac- tem of m)stlcnl pantheism, which count ot a scene In a Cerium dead-- , arose as a ileteloptueiit of the more It theosophlc element In the Veilus. house when an English widow, r sod supposed to be dead, sits Is belleted that this Influenced up and coofrouts bir nutules. out a little In bis writings. A Bat's Hog. bat la supposed to te able to ab- Lura norence has heard a great deal of talk about mamma's electric being without power and the necessity of charging It One day she wa told to remove her rubbers nnd take "them to her room. She failed to do this and later was asked why she had not done so. She replied: "I did not hnve power enough; I had to stop aud charge up." time-honore-d COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE Thursday, Aug. 19th AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP n 111 ent e It was right under my rib. It would commence with an aching and extend up Into my Utt shoulder and on down into my back. By that time the pain would be so severe I would bare to take to bed. and suffered usually about three days ...I suffered this way for three years, and got to be a mere skeleton and was so weak I could hardly stand alone. Was not able to go anywhere and bad to let my bouse work to... I suffered awful with a pain in my back and I had the headache all the time. I Just was unable to do a thing. My lift waa a misery, tny stomach cot In an awful condition, caused from taking so much medicine. I suffered do much pain. I bad Just about Riven up all hopes of our setting anything to help left side. The splendid farm of L. H. Brown located three miles from Dnriville on the Lebanon pike. Terrible Suffer! Fraai HeitUcke, This farm contains 246 acres and is known as the Bean place. This farm has been subdivided and will be sold in two tracts. SMcacke, Backache, tutti Weak TRACT NO. 1 Contains 156.76 acres. On thi?tract is located n virv l n .! . n n mm, Rettered kjr Cartki, em brick residence, seven rooms, bath room and four halls, fine basement, running water in Saji Tku Texas Lad. . house. Twelve acre tobacco barn, one of best stock barns in county, Stock scales and running water in barn and lots, good orchard and all necessary outbuildings. Gonzales, Tex. Mrs. Minnie of this place, writes: "Five years TRACT NO. 2 Contains 89.05 acres. On this tract is a nice six room mit... ago I was taken with a pats tn tay barn and other necessary outbuildings and plenty of fruit. rhll-pot, Ittt GENERAL DESCRIPTION. IWH-IW- pol-aos- Pcbo't-eubaue- One daya Dlrtbday Almanac was thrown in tar yard. After reading Its testimonials I decided to try Car dui, and am so thankful that I did. fer I began to improve when oa the second bottle... I am now a well woman and feeling fine and the cure has been penjaaneat fer it has been two years since my awful bad health. I will always praise and recommend Cartful." Try Cardul today. W Be. This entire farm is beautifully located; just the riuht distance frnm iw t J.: truck garden and also convenient to the best schools and churches in the country. This farm is Boyle county and it close to a district school. in one of the best neighborhoods in This land adjoins the famous Lynnwood Farms of M. T. Minor, and is fertile and will grow anything that Kentucky will produce. The place is well watered, with two wells of unany land in Central limited capacity either one would water a thousand cattle. They are equipped with wind-mi- ll and engine. : ... The residence on tract No. 1 is one of the handsomest and hr,t K..;ti ... n..i KOuniVt snui . uuric you to Mr. H. A. Hudson who at one it an ideal country home. We take pleasure in time owned this place, alto Mr. James Bean, of Danville. Parties in search of a home would do well to look this place over, before day of sale. Prospective buyers will be shown over place by Mr. Brown at any time, or phone 529. At the tame time will tell the personaltv of Mr Brown consitting of hogs, cattle, hortea and mules, farming implementt, and tome household goodr. TERMS LI1ERAL and made known on day of tale. refe-rrin- g I. M. DUNN & COMPANY DANVILLE, KY. REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS. 4 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Aug 2, 920 1 1 EVERY DAY A BARGA AT SCOTTS WE BIG- - STOEE day evening and night with her par- seme checks and about 10 or 12 dolents Mr. ami Mrs. W. O, Anderson. lars. MM Hazel Hcnsley found the Mr. Taulbee fornctt U in Indiana Mr. and Mrs, R. 11. Ward and Mrs, pocket book nnd three dollar overvisiting hi sister. Mlllnrd Ledferd were guests of Mr. looked and the check were found by ethers and returned to Miss Kate. Miu Fanny ! wden wm a visiter ami Mrs. Milton Want near MWes Marie and tleulnh Lcdford Sandfly. in Lexington Monday. Mrs. II r ml ley Montgomery wm in Protracted sneetiflC beon at Fair-vie- entertained Tuesday evening In honor Rests Misses Ava ami Hstell d Sunday Mtt, Mr. Haider Richmond Wednesday shipping. and Clay Carter of Harlan, Mtsi the priacMut and N4s wife as the Paint Lick w4 well represented Lucy Ward of Louisville ami Miss mm 1st. each day nt Herea Fair.kset week. About 00 responded to I Faye Want. Mr. and Mr. J. I). Wyan. enter-titiae- d Ml Ilertkn Cohen spent Saturday Delightful refreshments invitation with a ttiealre party fer Misses night with Mm Klfiabetll Conn. were sred and n nice time reported Ledferd and tMr house gutsts by aii RatrMge Mr. nii.1 Mrt. Jtlal w do-iRCay-woo- PAINT LICK hnc Fri-am- y moved Into the Ebipttet fartotMire. Miea Jamie ilretwtoit of Rfefcrftend apent th week end with Mrs. D. V. OTHERS ADVERTISE 15 DAY SALES, HAVE White. Mies Nannie Cumperl Is hel4rg Logsdoti and Co.. in tax atore this week. Rev. Mitchell prtateiMd two very interesting ermon at Hi. Tabor on 365 SALES DAYS 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 advertise es 15 Day Sales. Come and get our prices and be convinced. Wc can save you money on DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GENTS FURNISHE ING GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, HARDWARE, AND GROCERIES. TIN-WAR- 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. Sunday. Several from here have been at- j tending protracted raeetbae: at Oileod this week. Mr. Robert Udford of Winehaater apent the week end with relatives at thia place Mr. and Mr. Nat PrewiU entertained the preacher of Clleod Church Wednesday. The rum of Sunday night and Monday were very much needed in this community. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Ward enter tuined Frday for Mtsm Ledferd and their houie cunts. Mines Marie and Beutah Lcdford and Fayc Ward were visiter in Rich- 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, HE A. T. BUCKEYE Big Store Scott & Son, Props. Mr, Frank Land was in Cincinnati and Lexington part of last week. He was taken quite ill Saturday A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Talton May on July 3 lit, christened Nora, Mrs. Alice Ray and Miss Ruth Ray of Huckcye were here part of last week with Mrs .Cordelia Davis. Mrs. Cordelia Davis had a quantity of ment and lard stolen from her smokehouse one night last week. Mis Hessle White arrived from Richmond Tuesday to assist Miss The I ma Simpson with the school here, Misses Hessle Teater nnd Jessie U Ray and Master Kdward Teater spent the week end with relative in Jessa mine. Mesdnmes W. 11. Ray, J. M. Anion, Archldean Hradshaw, Miss Irene Hradshaw and Mr. W. P. Long attend ed the Heron Fair Thursday. Mrs. Cat Hogle of Pari Crossing, Indiana, accompanied by her son, F.rncst visited her parents Mr, and Mr. George Hall last week. Mesdunies Wm. Isbcll, Lucas Foster and baby, Charlie Murphy and children, John Ijtnd and son and Mis Jessie Myrtle Isbell were guests of Mr. Harvey Teater nnd Miss Uernlce Teater Tuesday, About twenty book were teceived for the library at Huckcye Friday afternoon. Another meeting will be held Friday August 20th at which the organization of n club will be perfected. F.vcry woman Interested In the betterment of the school and com' munity should attend. mond Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Tutt and son of Indianapolis are guests of her sister Mrs. I). W. White. Mrs. A. H. Estridge and daughter Lena, are visiting relatives in and Ml. a Jtlnnft!! lmri nn irna tltn il. near London this week. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Boone and ltor of her Lou N , of aunt Mr. and Mrs, John Celsen have little son Daniel Marshall, were in Buckeye. moved in the residence vacated by Richmond to see her parents, Mr. . nndi Mr. and Mrs. F.d Williams. . .i. .us. it-- iiiiuiiis unui .tue new iuauy- at ' Mrs. T. J. Underwood and daugh Mr. and Mrs. MotfeU. ter Miss Kiln a are in Williamsburg The little daughter of Mr. nnd Mr. VV 'a visiting relatives and friends. Harrison Mnyes was operated on ati BACK. Mrs. William Duncan of Ilerea is Robinson Hospital rtisootqantlaaU' Huni'aSalta at Herea last week' f aiU la Mm traatoMnt ct rniaii. the guest of her brother in law, Mr. for appendicitis, adnoids and also re- -' TrtlcT.RlafTroTO.llth.nt. Ooa'i bnuui dncaurattd tacauat otaaa It. L. Duncan and Mr. Duncan, moving her tonsils. At this writing trratmcata railad. Hunl'aSataa baa lrli.Tt Miss Huth Ross gave a six o'clock she is reported as doing nicely. awk ' sTsaaataB raar. You hoaaVaiSa I caa't lata aa aw atalalalam dinner Tuesday in honor of Miss Some one visited Miss Kate Ely's It at cw lUk TODAY, rrle Its. Gladys McWhorter of Lexington. Far al ilautByar sewing room Monday morning before . Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Hill spent Sun- - they were up taking her pocket book, STORM ES DRUG STORE. ( will do the preaching Christian olmreh during the protracted meetia; which will begin Auguti S3. Misses Sadie Ralston and Klizabeth Conn and Vuye Ward were dinner Kaesta ef Mtes Marie and Hculah Leslford Sunday. Mrs. Vcrdclln Ruekcr and two n are expected this week for n rkdt to her mother Mr. Sarah Ruekcr and Miss Chnstiae. Mns. S. M. Meberley of Richmond entertained Wednesday evening for Mkees Marie and HeuUh Ledford njxl their heusc guest. Majer F. M. Davison and wife were called to Chicago last Thursday by the illness of his They will return In about a week. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear, Mrs. S. D. Cochran and Mr. Mac Wilkins of Lancaster were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mr. J. Walker Guyn. Logadon and Co, have made n change In their store, moving the stariway to the back giving more rooms in the middle of the store. The U S surveying crew began surveying at the city limit at Richmond Friday coming this way on the Feder al Highway. They will reach Paint Lick in a few days. I rdgtiU Rev. HovHh Use at chll-dre- P After you catalways talcs Li' ATONIC ad naHllfc Alia OUmsI Instantly rc I loves tlMrttarB, Moot Fliat Stops food souring, repeating, and all stomach mUeriea. dCUsiy Vitality uxll'ae. smaataaOatraae. sacra EATOKICta sWIwas rawaay. Taoa ct Unw- raoataaaao itdi waaaacfattr baoafluo. arlwaa aarnnaf It.. fxylUwU waaaaae saaaaf, (MMa a ataaaa ac a Hilar. laewvStaa. KP stoma ta r rfa4 R. E. McROBERTS. Lantasttr, Ky. TEATERS VILLE. .Miss Zula Calico of Richmond Is visiting Misses Rosa and Inez Ray. Mrs. Otto Simpson, Misses Rosa Ray and Peachie Mae Sanders attended the Herea Fair Friday, Mr. Kemp Walker and family were visitor of Mr. Klrby Teater and family Sunday Mr. Noel Hojrie of Mnrksbury spent Friday night with his sister, Mrs. Otto Simpton. Cecil Sanders of Lancaster spent several days the past week with his brother, Mr. Thompson Sanders. grand-mothe- r. t. -- BaaaaaijssiaaBBjsssijajajaaaaaaaaaaa NINir Mr .and Mr. James Thomas were the guest Sunday uf Mr. and Mm. Mus Alice Jones Is with Miss Ruth Sim Clark. Ray teaching music. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott and famMr. and Mrs. Tom I'lcratt were In ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Islington Friday. William Crimea ami family. Mr. OUie Hogle bought a pair of Mr. und Mrs. John Yater and two mules from Mr. label! for $4'.'0. little daughter spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mr. Crous-hor- n Mrs. Pcrmella Hogle is In Lexingand family. ton witli friends for a few weeks. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Lane and little Mr. Doty of Richmond spent Saturday night and Sunday with his sons, Mr. Simla Clark and Miss Lou Delia Peace spent a pleasant day at daughter, Mr. Tom 1'ieratt. Ilrynnt-vill- e High Rridge Sunday. Mis Margaret Curtis of I Dannla. visiting hex Mrs. Hiram Ray for a few days. The Death Angel visited the home Rev. Strother of Lancaster deliv- of Mr. and Mr. Lish Dennis on last ered an excellent sermon to n large Thursday morning and took from them their darling baby boy, Charles. audience here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mr. W. It. (iulley and son He wa only two months old, just Frank and Raymond Ray of Nichol-asvilt- with them for a short while but he were visitors here Saturday. was loved by everyone. The dear parents can be comforted for the Mrs. Henry Dunn and daughter, Lord ha said "Messed are the Pure Francis visited relative in Jessamine In tlnr tnr .. ,,. .hull lie I'.. I" . !fic v. ..inn null Thursday until Sunday. county from I... to mourn his loss his parents, Mr. Holt Noel nnd nieces Misses una mo nromer ana two sisters. Myrtle and Christine Davis were the The sympathy of the community is guest of Mr. and Mr. Jasper Noel In extended them In their bereavement, Madison County Sunday. Mr. nnd Mr Walker Hradshnw nnd CUNN'S CHAPEL. family spent Sunday In Crab Orchard Mr. Lee Irvin has purchased a with Mr. nnd Mr. T. 0. Hill who touring car. have been there several week. Mr. McKinley label! ha received Mr. Cranfill led the prayer meetsubject his new Ford touring car. ing Wednesday evening, "Couritge." A chorus "Why Stand Mrs. Oeorge Tcatcr of Uardstown ye here Idle" by sixteen young ladies, wa here lust week with relatives. Quartet by Lucille Sanders, Myrtle Mr. Lucas Foster Is erecting n mod ami Christine Davis and Mary Kurtx, ern dwelling on his lot at Huckcye. Quartet by Irene Grow, Hessle Ten-taPrayer Meeting on Thursday even-lu- g Jessie II. Ray and Allelic McCul-le- y nt 7: IS at the Methodist church. were all enjoyed by everyone. Mr. II. M. Kurtx delivered some lamb to parties Monday, JUDSON. Mi Ivn Hollon spent the week end Mr. William Adams continues ill. with Mr. Otto Simpson nt Teater-ville- . Mr. Henry Crimea shows no ImMr. J. M, Ainon sold n thoroughprovement. bred Poland China pig to Mr. Hurton Mr. and Mr. The little son of for 135. Preston hat been named Kugene. Messrs Curtis Hast and Clay Johns visMr. and Mr. Robert Coin are, of Nicholasville were here on business iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John lust week. Kaylor. Mr and Mr Allen Hurton and baby Ray has been Miss Zona Hcuiley were guest of Mr. and Mr. Harvey the pleasant guest of Mis Suanna Teater recently. Naylor. Mrt. William Isbcll and daughter The many friend of Mr. Robert were recent guest of Mr. and Mr. ImSimpson are glad to know she is Charlie Murphy. proving. Mr. Charle Grow and children Hugh Simpson spent Mr. and Mr. Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Robert pent Monday with her parent, Mr. and Mr. Frank Land. Simpson. gVand-mothcr, e r, Kl-be- rt 40 Acre Farm RICH MADISON COUNTY SANDSTONE LAND, IMPROVED, ON KENTUCKY RIVER PIKE NEAR , COTTONBURG. At Auction ON THE PREMISES Saturday, At 10 A. M. Rain or Shine. Au& 21, MAN'S BEST AGE A man is as old as his organs ; ha can bo as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if ho aids his organs In Keep performing their functions. your vital organs health witb GOLD MEDAL Tb woiU's standard ttmtdr for kljnajr, Uvar, bUJJtr and uiU sci4 troubUs IMS J That splendid little farm now owned and occupied by J. of Coy, Ros.s and others, in high state of cultivation, with one 5 room residence, tobacco barn, lots of shade and abundance of fruit, plenty of water for every need and will be SOLD IN 3 TRACTS. TRACT NO. 1 Includes buildings, right at the pike with nice frontage, high and airy and a real home-likplace, and about 16 acres. TRACT NO. 2 consists of about 14 acres facing county road, with good building site, and is all in old sod and 'ready for the production of such tobacco and other crops for which this locality is famed. TRACT NO. 3 Consists of approximately 10 acres of good land. jm u POSSESSION January 1st, 1921. TERMS liberal and announced at sale. This will be an absolute sale. Mr. Pruitt Hat purchased land in Garrard county to which he will move. For further particulars communicate with the owner, or W. E. Whittaker at Nina, Garrard county or W. (Wiley) Pruitt, adjoining the lands e D. A. coaacts tUsordtrsi sllrauktas viut organs. All dniffists, thru Leak Im rntrnrn CaU MaJal m .very kM ,m laui.i aa4 einc alt. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Thomas Mft IT BEGGARS DESCRIPTION STAGGERS BELIEF Store Will Be Closed MONDAY AND TUESDAY. AUGUST 9th and lOtli to mark down everything to hanJIe the crowd for the GREATEST SALE BRYANTSVILLl EVER SAW Rcmembr r this it not a special sale with r EW leader put out as a bait, but it is a SWEEPING SACRIFICE OF ENTIRi STOCK TO RAISE MONEY QUICKLY. YOU SAVE FROM 25 TO 65 PER CENT pN EVERYTHING. EVERY VALl K GrARANTKFD AS nDVOtTnsi D Come and let your eye be the judge. Wc advise ALL our OLD customer to be here when the door OPEN WEDNESDAY AT NINE O'CLOCK a there will be a great RUSH for these BARGAINS. NO MERCHANDISE SOLD ON CREDIT TO ANYONE. ABSOLUTELY CAM!. mm EN AND CHILDREN, LADIES READY-TO-WEAR, Stop! bverybody-Bi- g Doings LISTEN PEOPLE HEED THIS WARNING. THIS IS NOT A COMMON ORDINARY SALE BUT STICK WOMI AN EXTRAORDINARY EVENT. PRICE SMASHING TO CLOSE OUT THIS STOCK QUICK. Everything Marked in Plain Figure. A Good and Glorou Out Pouring of MERCHANDISE. NO DISAPPOINTMENTS HERE REAL EARNEST TRUTH. UTTERLY CONSISTING OF MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, STAR BRAND SHOES FOR MEN. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, JEWELRY, HARDWARE. PAINTS, BUGGIES, WAGONS, HARNESS, FARM IMPLEMENTS, AND AUTO CASINGS. CLOSING OUT TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY AT ONE BIG Xw IT'S COLD BLOODED COMERCIAL COLD TYPE CAN NOT EXPRESS. FAILS TO DESCRIBE THIS PRICE DISASTER. BREAK AWAY A wN6 To The OUT I AID COME Word Poblic OUR REASON FOR THIS CLOSE UP The people of BryantsviMe and surrounding country. Mill ito doubt he SURPRISED and AMAZED at the ANNOUNCE-MENof this CLOSING OUT SALE, but our reasons for same is simply this: Oui puichases for spring wcie VERY III V and owing to the BACKWARD season we h.ive NOT b. n b' to SELL the AMOUNF of Merchandise we anticipatced and we now find ourselves OVERSTOCKED and with bills CJMING DUE. MANUFACTURERS DEMAND THEIR MONEY whkh makes it absolutely COMPULSORY to turn our present stock into CASH, no matter what OUR LOSS may be. WE MUST e the people of thi m DO THIS aisdwrill n A! L PROI 11 cases part ot clr It I pi A I I USI m I, and in Sv . T I'm The Man Nothing Can Stop Me A WsJ . P: r came here l.'4JO miles, way from Minneapolis, to close out completely, this stork, and I am going to do it, smashing prices will soon lease empty shelves and bare walls as evidence of the quickest and most comolete ClOSE OUT SALE ever held I have been given frea reign to make i.i nny store in thi ktate. I have prices as I see fit for this terrible price destruction. slashed, smashed, knifed and destroyed price beyond recognition, and I offer tn the people of Bryantsville and surrounding country th most marvelous opportunity of aJKe time. Guard The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 2, 1 1 920 THE EFFICIENCY MAN. Br RALPH R HAMILTON. -- E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. (l ipKKIU st- in "Six mouths in feed already Jul ti, ho., win jiiii take ruru u( ftiir Uaton.l ti, un-lit- THE BRODHEAD nnel WHITE SWAN FLOUR Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. GEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L. mm,'," cried lilurt, John llitt 1,111. "Now. limit j on go bringing yiijr worry or gloom Into this happy, linppy Iioiim. I.mia wants you, us li ulna) does when the stork comes uriitiinl. Hit spirits are up to the top iinlilt mid )uu Mont to keep th-so." "I decliirv. John, jnu nml Lucia lake things tli coolest I ever knew I You're working In n illnnal ottlcu from morning until night, uml surely l.uclu hni to maneuver to keep tlilnc-- going. I iloti't see how you do It." "Just hy thinking of our tlttltf brood of four and lining tliaiikful that we've got them," responded the stalwart sou The limn- tin1 dear mother FAIR AT BRODHEAD, KY. ' heartily. fore-bodi- AUGUST 18th, 19th, ZANONE President, Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treasurer, W. G. BURCHETT Miller. Ex-Scrvl- cc Men, Join the Amerlcau Legion of this Post. WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, Old Mrs. Ilsrlnn forgot her wlien she got Imdde the small, hut neatly kept cottage. Four Jolly, loving little one clustered sttout Iter with rare,- - Mini Mse, ami I l.ucla, all welcoming smiles, acteil ml though the dearest wink of her lienrt ' was fullllled lu gaining the company of tier busy, iweful mother-in-law- . "It'll pretty near heaven here." said the latter, quivering with genuine "Lucia, you hnve been a moduli. fireut htesdng to John and 1 don't wonder hj worships the very gruund j on walk on." "Does he, motherr spoke Lucia, ) with delight. "Oh. how glad and proud that makes me I ( never saw audi n mntil You couldn't get him tu puss an hour away from home evenings If you offered hlui a fortune. It has been one .toy after another ever since we married." John llnrlan left home next morning whistling Ilk, a lark. He ennt Itobert tered the establlnhmcnt Will where he had been entry clerk for Irn yearn, hiiminlng a lively tune. .Sim 20th, 1920 Riggest and greatest fair and horse show in State, Lexington and State fairs, excepted. Thousands of dollars in premiums and purses. Liberal premiums in all classes and great floral hall. 2-Exc- itia.g' Races Daily-- 2 tent- - Aeroplane every clay and Wonderland Shows, making a ed city of fun and amusement. (.Mile, llkcwbe a veteran In the service, pointed to the door of the private offlce In a iiieuntng way. '(Joins to be a change here," lie ob- nerved. ....... .LOOK ' AT THIS "What do you mean. SlmT Inquired You see, JOIII1. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. ALL dONDS 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, Caihier. This bunk hat two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. NOTICE J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier, ' I H. F. Hudson, President. m. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier, 0. Kigney, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N. C Hamilton, Ass't Teller. F Miller, Teller. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and 18. Embalmer. lOlllce Phone Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It. DENNY, President S. C. DENNY, Cashier PAUL. ELLIOTT, Individual Surplus $30,000. J. Book-keeper. E. STOHMES, Vlce-PreC. M. THOMPSON, Teller. st Book-keeper. HUGH MOBLEY, General WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Sirlnebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. C Storm, .' C. Denny, A. T. Sanders. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. . "Kttlcleiicy eiK'rt In then'. since Dorsett anil Wailhaui left us ami set up for theiiiM'hen, Sir. Will seems to think that he has gut to urge things on and keep paco with comHtltlou and progress. "Any danger ot getting, young and better helpY Inquired Johu, "It can't be done. I heard Mr. Will hluiM-lNo. I ( say that yenterduy. think It means u tetter show for us." The anticipated "better nhow" ma- All day tcrlallted that ufternooii. long the excrt, a hrk, keen-eyeyoung man, went over llie books, the work rooms, the offlce, the stock. About three o'clock Mr. Will called I j John and Havle Into his offlce. "We're going to ieed ui." ho salil. "The exjcrt here has goiio over ths , entire bulne and has suggested n j new system nnd many Innovations, lie has ndtUed that I promote you two to the positions Dorsett and Wad ( ham held. Then for the general help ho suggests that we advance the pay I uxiiMlug to seniority." "Ami I have also advised that mar-- 1 rled men lie given the preference'4 here." broku In the eswrt. "Further, , I Mlevo It n good point to advance eacil employee one uuuurcu miliars n year for each child ho has." This nearly took John's breath Why, that meant four hunaway. dred dollars, eifnugh to wiy oil all he owed on his little home. "I follow t'je theory," proceeded the expert, "that the more domestic it man hn, the closer he will stick to a good Job. For eery future child that comes ulong, 1 a bonus ot two hundred dollars." "Wanted, Mr, llnrlnn, ut the tele, phone herv," Interrupted the nnd John took up the recelv-e- r on Mr. Will's de.k. There was n lupo In the confer ence iendliig his return. Then his cheery fact became alt glowing sunshine. "I've got some very gmM news," lie rejMirtcd, putting down the receiver. "You know we were cxcclliig u little stronger, Mr. Will. Well, my dear old mother telephones mo It's all over and everybody well and happy," John wus showered with congratulations, lie was one great smiling exemplar of the moid fervent Joy. "That Is No. , I believe. Harlan," spoke Mr. Will Interrogatively. sir," acknowledged "Yes, John proudly. "And Incidentally another two hundred dollars," remarked the extierf. Again the stenographer Interrupted as once more the telephone rung. "For you 'again, Mr. Harlan," she said. ''Same arty, I think." Wider grew the smile- on John's hsppy, honest fsce as ho took lu n Then In new remarkable mesage. his quaint humorous way Im turned to Mr. Will. "Two huadred dollars for every new chllil. I think you saldt" he asked. "That's the new system," smiled back his employer. "You look a happy one," submitted the ettlelency exert. "Itoy or girl, HsrlsnT asked Mr. Will. "Hoi h!" cried John, aglow with delight. "Four hundred dollars' worth f Free ride in aeroplane to first couple marrying on grounds during fair. Spend a day or so delightfully at the Brodhead ISth, 19th, 20th. Write for catalogue. Fair-Aug- ust J. G. FRITH, Pres. GRANVILUE OWENS, Sec'y. i at 2 it Silt' Lan-cast- er " I will, at my barn, 2i miles from on Lexington pike, on nille htemig-mpher- Friday, August 13th 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 colts; yearlings and mules; brood 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. two-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld they're IwlusP Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Wm. Lear, The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. TfyursdayrLig 12 1920. 115 MOTOR CAR IS DOG DAYS Ancients Believed Dog Star And Sun Re- Dealer Comments on sponsible For Popular Misconception of Automobile's Heat Chief Purpose In Wo are now In the midst of Dog . Obelisk The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. BEST BY TEST Life. Quotes Figures Showing Crtat Per cental of Cart Ar Bought for Recreation Business Is Secondary. Days. Everybody is familiar with Dog Days, but fw know why so called. The period includes the time from July 3 to August 11, or twenty We Exchange This Fine Patent Flour for. Wheat. We carry It in Sacks and Barrels. BaDards Bran, Kentucky Farm Feed, Barley Meal, Wheat Middlings. Ut "We have always been curious to know Just how many person In Lan caster use their automobiles solely for pleasure or even primarily for pleas .t I. mc ure U , htnnairu iiroiner rcmarKcu 11 day when they heard someone other comment on tho growing number of pleasure cat" ou the streets. Kinnainl Brothers who are the Dodeg Brothers dealers in this city, d said it seemed preposterous to them continue referring that people sho-ilo nnssenscr enrs ns "pleasure cars" LOCAL U. S. vhen the main street nre so choked yr th automobile traffic d'lr.ng busiMakes Good. ness hours. IS TO BUILD "Certainly they do not maglne Washington, Aug. 4th., By shoot thnt all these people dr ing cars ing with a keen eye, n strong hold AND through the noon and evening rush and unerring skill, Isaae A. Barker, section are son of Robert U Barker of Bourne, hours in the down-tiw- n HOW DOLLARS? out for Joy rides" they raid. "N'or can this county, has qualified as a .hnrp HOW MANY they rind one out of a hundred cars shooter with the V. S. Marines, nc anywhere, any time of the day, that cording to an cfflclal report from are traveling about aimlessly, with Marine headquarters here. In the eve no object or destination. Shooting is always attractive, and ning,' it is true, hundreds of penons shooting the Marine Corps way is take their cars out for recreation doubly so. The Marine Corps way drives, but this in incidental to the Is nothing more or less than hitting car s chief purpose in life. Dunne the target AND Every effort is made to the day it is in business. Evert' the qualify men on the rifle range, which fine limousines occupied by Indies and not only cives them increased 'pay DC IE DC EE driven by liveried chauffeurs have but makes them more valuable to their business missions. In fact. themselves and to-- the service. The these people depend on the motor car showing made by the Marines in all J.Mrr. Henry Rub'e. The exclusively as a means of transporta prize nnd championship shoots speaks I Mrs. Ella Drnn of N'lcholasville tion. Issued Ws.kly. well for the coaching nnd training 11.50 a Yaar. . hal bcfn ,he p,Mt of her ,on Mr c. "Even newspaper editors some they Payable in Advance. receive along these lines. M. Dean and family. times thoughtlessly write articles Young Barker Joined the Marines E. ROBINSON. Editor. Mr. B. A. Dawes Jr., left Thursday about the great um of money being J. in March at Detroit, Mich. At pres. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. to nttend a house party given by Mr. invested in motor cars, 'to satisfy the ent he is stationed at the Marine Harry Mitchell nt Georgetown. American cravinp for pleasure.' Such Corps training camp at Paris Island, Entered at the Post Office in Lan Master Otto Brogli spent a fev editors usually admit on analyzing. South Carolina. Mall caster, Ky.,,a Second-CUslays last week with his cousin Master the conditions that have created the Matter. Walter Durham Morford at Nicholas- - tremendous market for automobiles, that they had the wrong viewpoint. rille. Lucuttr, AhbI 12, 1920 I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchison and are glad to state the other side of I and little daughter of Danville spent the question. It is the realization Member Kentucky Press Association ! the week end with Mr. and Mrs. M. O. jo sunaur atqissod isaq atn st it iuj Germany has a Urplus of Pari local transportation: the best time- Kennedy. saver; he best conserver of health, agricultural machinery which it I vFoniwn Adv.rtt.iBr Rpfwtit.t.. Mrs. Belle Torolinson and Miss Why should people who THE AMERJCAN PRESS ASSOCIATION have the hoped to sell in Central and South Margaret Robinson have been the means to buy an automobile continue American and Asintic markets, acRates For Political Anaouacessfat. guests of relatives nt Lexington and to subject themselves to the Incon cording to n statement Issued by the Versailles. Kor Precinct and City Offieei..$5.00 veniences of the street car, or to the American Chamber of' Commerce at Noah Marsee Jr., is putting on a costly delays of the horse and wagon! London. For County Offices ...10.00 "The manufacture of agrcultural For State and District Office- -. 16.00 big sale intending to close out his en- To cling to the slow, will be sold methods would not be characteristic machinery in Germany has greatly de .10 tire stock. Even-thinFor Call, per line .10 out to empty shelves. Big bargains of the American's determination to veloped since the conclusion of the For Cards, jer line for everybody. . ' war," said one of the American progress. For all publications in the interMiss Mattie Coulter entertained a est of individuals or expres"A newspaper in a prominent west Chamber's official. "Before the war number of relatives at dinner Sunday ern city not, ionr ago published an Germany imported from the United sion of individual views, per 10 those being present were Mr . and editorial speaking rather disparaging' fatatc 00 per cent of her require. line .05 Mrs. Marion Montgomery and chil- Jy of this 'modern tendency to rush mnt In mowing machines. 20 per Obituaries, per line dren of Bourne. Mr.jiml Mrs. Wesley to the motor car market, money or no cent of hay machines and 20 per cent Thompson and children of Beuna money, and somehow-- , get possession of her motor plough. Therefore FOR CONGRESS. Vista. of a pleasure car.' The Dodge Broth the report that Germany has so de We are authorized to announce .Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy enter- er dealer in that city promptly took veloped her manufactures as to have RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, exception to the article. He looked an exportable surplus will greatly a candidate for the Democratic nomi tained a number of relatives at din- up hi records, jtut to verify his own surprise many people." ner Sunday. Those present weret nation for Congress in this, the Miss opinion and found that out of 13 cars Eighth Congressional District of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kentucky. State Primary Election, Laverne Dlckerson, Messrs William he had delivered during the preceding City As and Rudolph Dickerion, Mr. F. K. month, 11 were bought for business Saturday, August 7, 1020. purpose and two for businei and re Sutton of Lancaster, Mr. R. P. Sut- Light ton of Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Robert creation. All but two were Passen FOR CONGRESS. Hutchison of Danville and Mr. Jesse ger curs. Eighty per cent were paid to announce Merehon. We are authorised The City Council of the City of for in cash. He wote a letter to the COL. FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson editor, giving him the figures and add-in- g Lancaster, Ky., do ordain as follows county, a candidate for the Demo-crat- ADDITIONAL PAINT LICK NEWS, some comment of his own. Th,e That the franchise heretofore existnomination for Congress in editor promptly responded with an- ing between Ilastin Bros., and the thii, the Eighth Congreuional DisWilliam Ralston spent Monday in other editorial presenting the subject City of Lancaster is terminated as of trict of Kentucky. State Primary Lancaster. in a new phase. He made all the August 1st, 1020, nnd it is further Election, Saturday, August 7, 1920. onlnlned that they are permitted to Mr. Rice of Harlan was visiting points the dealer had made antl added some of his own, showing that the use the streets and alleys of the city friends here motor car is bought and used primar- under the following rates and con. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Estridge and BRYANTS VILLE ily for business purpose and that the ditlons until the franchise Is passed Mrs. Mid Ross were in Richmond on recreational thought is almost invar- nnd ratified according to the arbitra Mr. C. C. Dawes spent Sunday with Monday. iably secondary' in the mind of the tion agreement this day made: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wynn. Mrs .W. purchaser. 18 cents per K. W. hour for light friends at Versailles. Rev. B. A. Dawes is holding revival B. Roop and Miss Fannie Dowden "So it is that the misnomer 'pleas- ing purposes. were shopping In Lexington Monday. ure car' continues to . hour for power IS cents per h. services at Kirksville. exist. People Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roop enjoyed do not stop to think and analyze. Hut furnished. Margaret Curtis is the guest Miss 100 street lights, CO candle power, a tUU dinner at the home of Dr. and when they do, they quickly, realize of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mrs. BI B. Montgomery Monday eve- - where they were wrong, Just ns this $150.00 per month. Mrs. Adu Kintmird of Lancaster is Pumping city water to tower, ning. editor told the deuler in a letter. visiting Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard. Mr. John F. White of Nlcholasville "The motor car hi n sublic necess-it- y $150.00 per month. Mlvs'Amella Fox of Danville spent Minimum price of $1.50 per month spent last week with his daughter. and will continue to be a necessity the endjvith Miss Amy Dawes. Mrs. R. G. Woods and per meter, for lighting. . attended the Just as long as stores and offices are Minimum price for power $1.50 per of Berea Fair. Miwtl Bernie Montgomery open, and new buildings nre erected I month, per meter, plus $1.00 per the guest of Mrs, Wither Bourne men go to work." .Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roop and little and adv. horse power connected load. fain.; son, Mr. and Mr. J. D. Wynn and These charge shall be In full Dr.()Yilliam Pryor is spending sev. daughter and W. C. Wynn spent the effect front August 1st, 1920 until erul days w'ith Mr. Forest Curtis and day Tuesday in Frankfort. the city council shall have sold and family. ( Mr. Garnttt Kemper of Lexington CINCINNATI, OHIO ratified a franchise according to ar Mr. R. P. Sutton of Brunswick Ga. was here to vote In the primary. and return via bitration agreement, and when said is the guest of hi sister, Mrs, M. O. Miss Lucile Lackey of Lancaster. franchise Is ratified the rate therein Kennedy. spent. the week end with Miss Fannie shall control from the date of ratlfi-catio$2.60 Miss Martha Curtis has been the Dowden. and this ordinance shall be guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Curtis at SUNDAY, AUG. 15, 1920 void from that date. it i Lancaster. Winged Express. Thla shall take effect from its nas. Special train will leave Lancaster Blue rock pigeons fly from 23 to 20 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hutchison of 5:29 A. M., returning will leave 4tli sage and publication. Bile an I'beassBts at tbelr Texciare the guestsof Mr, (Wid tin. bett corerhour. This Augustyd, 1920. Cincinnati' 0:30 P. M. about S3 mile an hour, St, Station John Campbell. J. M. Duncan, Mayo. M, City , and partrltTgcs from M to 31 piles an Standard Time, 7 City of Lancaster. Ky Miss Sunbeam Ruble of Butna hour. Carrier pigeons have been found Time. For further Information con Harry Anderson, Clerk. Vista has been the attractive guest of to dp a much a,M) miles so hour, sult local Ticket Agent. days before and twenty days after the rising of the dog star, Sirlus, in conjunction with the sun. According to the theory of the ancient astronomer the combined heat of the sun nnd the dog star are responsible for the excessively hot weather experienced durinr this period. How ever, later astronomers have learned the rising- of the sun and the dog tar nt the same time is n mere nc cident of nature. In time the dog star will rise In the depth of winter. The Egyptians began their year with the rising of Slriu. which coincided with the flooding of the Nile. - Genuine Kanawha Salt. In Barrels and 100 pound sacks. Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Common and Pressed Brick. The Majestic Way MARINE Hudson KENTUCKY TPF KITCHEN EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE DURABILITY. NOT FEW BUT YEARS? Farnau Telephone 26. & Percentage of Mutter fat in Ice cream P'ain Fruit or Nut 10 per ct 8 per ct Kentucky per ct 8 per ct Illinois K per ct S per rt Indiana h per ct Missouri 8 per ct OIihi tCiaeinnaUl 8 rer ct 6 per ct h per Tennessee t 8 per ct S per ct 8 per ct West Viiyisita If asty iee cream, manufactured or sold, in Uie state of Kentucky Is below tke required standards, the State Heard of Health will prosecute to the full extent of the law; and If any Ice cream manufactured in another state and shipped into the State of Ken. tueky should fall below the standards of this state, the manufacturer will be pneeuted under the Federal Pure Food and Drug Act. The utilisation of the various paragraphs in this Utter in editorial or other, form, so that it will reach your rtaders, will be of real assistance. Plrase urre your people to call on the Beard when ever It can be of aisutance. Respectfully yours, A. TK McCormark, State Health Officer. Sarah H. Vance. Director Bureau of Food and Drugs. Thf by In fRKAM : I ; Conn Brothers. "LIVE LET LIVE FOLKS." Better Than that of Any AdjOllling State That Kentucky make the best ke crenm of any of her adjoining states is brought out in the following letter from the State Hoard of Health In of which it urge that the people Kentucky buy within their own state. F1F1 Central Record l.. Germans Seek Market For Farm Implements g The letter sayr: "Louisville Ky., August 9th, 1920. My dear Mr. Editor: It I deemed necessary at this time to call the attention of the public of this state, and especially the buyer and mnnufneurer of ice cream, to the importance of ice cream an a food. The standards for ice rrram of the states bordering Kentucky, are, in each' case, lower than the Kentucky standards and the State Board of Health wishes to urge, the people of Kentucky to buy within their own state, and if they do buy Ice cream from other states that i shipped into Kentucky, that they demand the standard of Kentucky, or insist that the exact nature or th product olTer-- ! eu oe set fortn ny the manufacturer or, w Milt Is .......... -- The following is a tabulation of lished and edited the Omirant, the standard In Kentucky a fill the wlilch she founiled for the purpose of doing rreatcr Justice for women. surrounding states: sll. newsrwiiMT In ih raid to U hrrn Mfal.lfihMl a woman. --Ml" nitabeth Mallet!, Londn. Marrh. she pub flrt ijaltr First Oslly Newspaper. Ij ........ -- Ordinance To Rates. Electric :- ic j last-wee- -- Special Sale I ... j FQR ' EXCURSION LAN. I 10 Days. Phone 49. ' ; ' : $2M fc i n, , :.. HflSELDEN BROS. liisaDss ( The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 12, 1920. anA Mamie' Misses Sallle'cYx Brown have returned home after a I delightful two week visit to Mr. and Mr. R. E. Rowland and children of Mr. II. M. Ilrown of Knoxville Tc nn. Eldorado Arkansas, are vlitlng Oliver RlniHnt; .nil Walhlnf Plow., Cheap. Matter Kugene Ilrown returned with parents, Mr, ami Mrs. S. It, Henry. hem for several week visit with rel .Windows and Clth Chwap, A ftw ative here. Master The runs Mlllrr of Char!-tolt Wacom, Huifl., Harness, Saddles, Harnett and IlrcMnf The solution of your Health probtsm looks lite very difficult one. Went Va. U here tor a visit to On lait Wednesday the neice and prlci. crtam Frtesars at hid grand-paren- t Mr. and Mm. X. nephew But It isn't. It Is contained within the body and your Chiropractor knows of Mis Snllie D. Adam Quality Goods of rjr kind kept In a Hardware Storr. Everything Miller. her with a birthday dinner. how to local The CAUSE and how to adjust it. A consultation and spinal Mm. A. S. Klee nnd Mr. W. B. Those present were S. C. and W. A. at a reduced price for balance of month. Not In town on Saturdays. Milam of Atlanta are guests of their Henderson anil familic S. It. Jen- -' analysts will cost you nothing. brsthcrs Meter James anil George nine and family of Paint I.lek, anil' 9 to 1 1 A. M. LANCASTER, KY. J. It. Weddle and family of Red SIMPSON HOUSE Hatcher. Deal House. The Moue. A bountiful dinner ai Mr. Sown Herring of Norfolk Neb. spread In the yard. Each ene left FIELD FENCE AND BARI1 WIRE. cT& and Mr. 11. F. WHrnet of Lnnorttcr, wishing her many more happy birth--1 Friday of Mr. and days. were the Mr ami Mr. V. A. Lear have none Mr. Price Bourn. Mr. and to I)r Ridge Springs for a two week ;n" !:;ngrPe.rthr;;Parent-.Teache- r Mk Eugenln Pollard, Mr. Mote f n i ft ti thf. stay. '1 .1 I. I Foliar:! and Mr. R. ft. .Sutton of f4l II. rnurcn, nnu. same Column S mviirii Mr and Mr. Hen Letcher, of Marksbury were visiter Tuesday of guest at their beautiful suburban Louisville are guests of Mr. Letcher' Mr. Price Hournc. home "Idlcwlld". About 40 were RATES Miter. Mn. B. L. Owley, on Danville Anions those invited were .Mr O. V. Hoover of Frankfort, I present. sad Camlnc,! A flrUI Million el tr avenu s visiting his daughter-in-law- , lc n word Mr. Mines Norine Childress and Vein Crirtr lyThwt Vl Art iattmttd In. Vnughnn of Hu'tonvillc, and Meirj All the mothers of the Buckeye Mr. ami Mr. Walter C. Cot (pent Herman Hoover at the home of Mr. No ad taken for lets than 20c J. It. McDonald and Hun'ell Turley ot Consolidated Hi eh School are urged - - the week end with Mr. Cox' par and Mr. J. - Smith. In this column. No nds in this Winchester. Kfrehment of fee to be present nt the first meeting of pen,hng a few nt, Mr. and Mr. DavM Phlllpp in Miss HcVn 'ii't column charged. MImc Carrie Ilellc Komnns and cream and enke were served. All had the Mothers Club, Wednesday after Dan1tle. day In txmc'-- n noon, August 18th, at .1 P. M. in the jThclniii Hamilton are attending a a mot cielightff. evening. Seven insertions fer tbe !5 High School Auditorium. returned house party at the home of Mis MM Lena Young hn Hjiton Stnpp ha been a reMr. price of five. I . ma Umr a .Un Tfc. fllltv .pill Home after a delightful week' visit' Marie Coy of Klrksville. cent- visitor in Danville. Phone orders must be paid give hort talks and wc will also be to her sister at Newport and brother promptly. Mrs. w. II. I)ueren, of Well ngton i E. L. Wet of Tuscumbm-Ala.- , favored with some special music. Prof. Mr. ami Mrs. Ilryan Wiknot were at Ludlw. Kansas, arrived vesterday for a visit has just recently been appointvisiter in WilfMre Inst Sunday. JDCiO!JcntXXX50C)DOCKJ&CO-3We hope to see every mother presMr. Kd Hays and pretty little!' to her lister Mrs. It. L. Hagan and ed and ha accepted the principnlthlp ent. We are fortunate in securing Mr. A. U. llastin ha, returned sJaarMrr Mahy Zanonc. of Louisville, brother, Mr. Hayden Lenvell. ef the Paint Lick Consolidated sueh earnest, well qualified teachers WANTED : Fresh country egg. frtMH a visit V her lister in I'srs. tsave been the gwesl f Mr. and Mn. I ,,. , School. He comes highly recom- this year, and they expressed them- will pay highest market price. ,.i S J.oan MU.nt Zanlme. Kengarlan Hotel. desiring n St. Mr. and Mrs. Henley Ilastin ate W. M. tives in Lagrangei She was accom- - mended as n teacher and we feel that selves as strongly fortunate in securing Mothers Club, and the mothers are the school spensfcng a few day ta LentsvihV. mM- n. s,.nn Mr.. M. panled by Mis Carolyn Allen, who hfci services. is Three year old work For Sale asked (o come out a hundred per cent h her houc oT 'ev,rnl Mr. HuMctt Cswrtf baa returned X. I lay. Mr. ami Mr. Ilryan Wllmot! strong, to lend this body of teaehert horse. Woll broke to work anywhere Gabbert-lYlcCaul- ey. have been vWUrg Mrs. K. S, Orltsie wrch"' Herring Blanks, Hubble, Ky. id frsw a visst u 1st pure and help. their pd t s.iitigte. Mr. Bnd J',,, Jehn i Deppcn of Mr. It. W. Sander, Mr. Samuel M. McCauley of I.euWvllle ami Mrs. Sam Humphreys MIm Ruth L Ray. and Miss Mary (iabbert ef Mrs. Thowpfsn, Mr. ami Mrs. C. i Mr. KHiabeta) Jftsepti kv In IlrnKm LOST Top to automobile door, Uardatown, were the guest last motored to Lancaster late Harbor MieWg. the guest mt Mr. TsMtmpen and children sf apnngfivla week upholstered in tan leather. Finder of Jlrn. i'nee Ilourne and Mr. last Saturday afternoon and were R. JMsBMor. were recent gnests of Hev. and Mrs. return to A. C. Brent, Lexington, Ky, Hourne. ' married at the Christian Parenagc, Harry Hudson. end receive rewnrd. Mr. Jtsk DooNn ami HUVr son, Miss Alice Jor.es is at the heme of j Miss Jennie Harr ,ef Lancaster, by Rev. E. II. Bourtand. Mr. Mchave returned frsn a visit t friend Jfrs. O. Jisner anil ms iioner or M,M AUeff SuUbb f Mr)rUburj jir. Cauley is a prosperous young farmer Mr. Michael Ray this week, where WANTED! To rent n farm for In Danville. Lssttswile, are acre visiting the year 1021. Cash or crop rent. Jnhn C. Hroaddus of Hyattsvillc were of Wilmore who served in the U. S. she is teaching n class of music. on the week end guests of Mi 0. G. MtBeath.Danville, Ky. Emily Army in France for over two years. The Book Club met Friday afterMIm Mae Powell ha retctrie4 frstm Adolph Josefsh md Mr. Jeseph Maple aveaue. MIm Gnbbert is one of Mercer coun- noon, and despite the rain, about 2S Phsnc 5000. Bourne. Virginia where site attended tbe mm ty's fine young women and was a books were donated. This is a good 7.29-S- t. pd. tner chot. Mr J. T. Lenvell of HI Paso Texas Mr. J. T Leavell who has been in member of the congregation at beginning, and probubly the next pike an FOUXD On Richmond Mr. J. C. ilsbintoa ha returned has arrived for a visit to his son and Kl Paso Texas for the last twelve for which Mr. Bourland for- meeting will bring in many more. from a visit to relative In Lexington daughter. Mr. Hayden Leavcll and years arrived Tuesday for a visit to merly preached. They will reside in week in August seemed automobile rim tire and tube. Owner The first his daughter, Mr. H. L. Hagan and the future on Mr. McCauley's farm Mr. It. L. Hagan. can have same by proving property and Winchester. fatal to the pets around here and it ron, Mr. Hayden Leavell. paying for this notice. Phono Wilmore. nenr Mr. Fred Sutton and Mr. and Mr. wasn't the 13th either. Among those and Lcavell spent Mr. and Mrs. Hnydrn 13-R. II. Word. Paint Lick. lost, strayed, died and stolen were a Misses ?alli? Cooke and Emily Sunday in Cincinnati with their uncle, J. E. Dickeron and family were the McDonald-Mor'ga- n. guest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. M. 0. Goodlw Gregory, of Ilendersonsville, lamb Haggles, a little white dog Snow Mr. It. H. Ballaid. LOST OR STRAYED From my Last Sunday's paper contained the Hector, a turkey and a goose. Kennedy lrf Ilrynntaville. N. C, who have been guests of Mr. place last Friday afternoon, August Miss Mildred lieailey ha returned first intimation or r.nher information, Ollie Carpenter and Miss Jeanle No witch-crait supposed to exist Cth, yellowish bron shepherd dog, Mr. and Mr. William Fox Logan, from Richmond where the attended thst our good friend and Garrard's around here, but honey disappears with white around neck. Will pay Lackey have returned home. of Wilkes liarrc. Pcnn,. have joined the Normal SehooL ilcrrsvntatlve, Hon. Mack Morgan, from the stands, buckets of beans $5.00 for his return. Tom Ray. inMr. and'MriYHrrbcrt Lec-antheir children for a visit to Mrs. W. wo, married in Louisville last Friday, runs out of the gardens, n can of lard (eorge Drown and II. Mason on Stanford avenue. Phone 395-J- . Mr. and Mr Lancaster Ky. teresting little daughters have re- to Miss Lucile McDonald, of Columand a of harness decided to daughter, Mir EUfe, have returned turned to their home in Louiiville, bia, Mo. The courtship dates back change set FOR SALE: Fine juicy Elbcrta homes to say nothing. of flocks Mrs. K. M. Snyro and Mr. Kliia-bet- h from a visit in Louisville. a delightful visit to his parent. several years wh-after the two taught of chickens coming up missing. Kay of Lexington have return- Mr, It and Hale peaches, freestones, best and Mr. II. D. on the Lex- school at Berca College, their friendMir Annie Hoyston, of Chicago, I ed home after two weeks visit to must be the high cost of living is the for canning nnd preserving, sprayed-fre- e ington pike. ship ripening into love, resulting in cause. the guest of bar iter, Mr. E. C. Mr. Jame Davis and family. Will from worms' and defect Gaines on Maple avenue. Miss Marie Clark who has tbccn tho happy marriage last week. We're wondering of all the farmers be shipped by express direct to you Mr. Morgan represented Garrard Mr. Angle Ilosley, Miss Rhoda from orchard at Conway, Mn. S. T. Klce nnd children of Harlan and Mrs . Sam Castello, of pending a few weeks in Troy Ohio, county at the last Legislature, nnd around can boast of ns broad n "grin" Teon.,-arspending the Danville, have been recent visitors of with her aunt, Mr. Herman Hoover,' made u splendid record, having no op- us the Buckeye farmers over our good ' For prices and particulars, write Chattanooga has returned home. She was acrain. One walked down the pike, hi to R. C. Bogg. Richmond, Ky. wesshvwlth, Mr. J. I Davl. Mr. Jame B. Kinnalrd on Maple companied home by Mr. Hoover who position nt the general election last chest expanded, hands in his pockets, November. He is a son of Mr. G. A. Mr. ami Mrs Tm Hay have return- avenue. will visit here. why shouldn't n fellow Morgan and Is exceedingly popular. saying, "well, ed .home after a delightful visit to Mi I.ucile Thompson who under whistle and grin, this rain was worth Miss Bessie B.titin of Stanford was The Record together with his host of lovra. relative in Missouri-an'went a very serious operation at the Ilia miu.l of ti.r uml My 50 acre form 3 miles cast of . V.. I friends, extend to him hearty con- - $1,000 to me." Some rain! it would! l I b0' " Lancaster, PfT. Richmond pike onc- YouDg last week. She returned to irratulntiont and wish far him nnd hi. be. if all were farmers. Mn. Wlen Ow.ley has returned . man' Our prayer meetings ore being en-- ; half mile. 30 a,cres of this Iafidihas .B,0"K her home Tuesday accompanied by bonnic bride, many years of joy, hap-- ' I real a, vj.it to her dauchtcr. Mr, joyed, and attended by practically all been a bluegrass pasture between 00 Danville. Misses Lizzie nnd pines and prosperity. her two cousins 1L Cswk aa, Mr. Cook In the pople of the neighborhood. There and 70 years. The best of land for MlM,IIael CraWlay has returned Pern a Young. of Washing-U- n i I Ml Annie Herndon 80 present last week, any thing that grows Will rent for to her home in Louisville after being Mr. N. L. Bronaugh of Nicholas-vil- lt D. C. is the guest of her aunt. i Prof. Cranfill leads with year of 1021, or lease for a term of Ti.- sj.t,.i the attractive guest of Miss Julia Za-- ! .... - www. . ,w.V r.-- i. gave a luncheon last week and MIm en Kate and Lillian Kinnalrd. wVU years. Would be glad to hear from .MVJCbil pone and brother Dean Zanone on plates were laid for Mr. W. R.Took, Thursday was a great success. A meeting is furnished with several anyone interested. Crab Orchard street. large crowd was present and an e of Mr. and Mr, llowen Fox of Danville, Mrs. K, L. Owsley of numbers of special music. Let more G. Y. Conn, abundant dinner was served. The of us come were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Will Goodloe of Paris, Hon. Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. Ben out. Bring your favorite 211 X. Carey St. Baltimore Md. Sunduy School wishes to thank every- chapter Mr. Jame Smith on Maple avenue. William Jennings Price of Pnnrima, Letcher of Louisville. or verse to rend. one who contributed to the success of Mr. and Mr. Herbert Price of DanMImcs Clara Frnnci and Mury the occasion. First of all we would The many friend of Mr. James ville, visited Miss Jean Lackey who Tribute to tn Jack in Garden. .n. Palmetcr ha'd for their house party like to thank the members of the Club Jtoyston are orry to hear of hi t The pen, like the . . iibiure a bog n dark has "been ill for a week. guests. Misses Vela Vaughan and for the use of the Club House and lover, is tiy uo intiii.il n 'hkIhIIiiu ns side In In liUtorj recovery. and hope for n speedy ) has It Mr. and Mr. C. II. Clark and chil- Norine Childress of Hustonville, and grounds, we were very glad to have the most of It eUn u uiolht, created a swul le; , !). but It Mrs. Jasper Cox has about recov-e- d n vi - mrncr f hn apiiciiled to u . dren have returned to their home in Messrs itussel! Turlvy and John II. hud a few of the Club members with sllclilly shailii! iiluiis of from her recent illness much to Lexington after spending a week McDonald, of Winchester Ky. the Ignorant nnd ti us and wish nil could have been pres- the yard will nuil ii ij lis kl; It has the gratification of her many friend. with their parents Mr. and Mr. Sam ! hatred. ent. Secondly, we wish to thank Mr. tunnil. sars Hie Awn t i. Ki.reMrv us- - Incited anarchy, m Thompson and son, But to the pn Mr. Maurice Wiithiiict TMi I'lutit for White for the hospitality shown us. sedition ofrelative I Mr. Louis Landram. Mr. J. M. Bourne on the Danvilla pike. n near all the luniks of have returned to their home in Ihih en- Last, but not least, we would like to colln. with purple i it ii cultivated abled pouts to ill. Clay Sutton Staughjon, Mr. and Mr. i ir green Hi.l Missouri, after a two weeks Honlsts Mre Mnttie Neviui, of Stanford, l:. uxunlly to charm ui, have been recent visitors In Lexing- Mr. Joe Neviui, of Danville, Mr. A. visit to her parent and other rclativ express our appreciation to those and white strltx-I :ill'll of who furnished the cats and the trans- called t!nvem, Tlie to lmre w i flowers, .illUlllltS ton. accompanied portation. Here's looking H. Hrtrned and cnildren of Junction e here. They were fonvnrd though, nre deep in iter if this knowledge ; It ' Me. It home by Mr. Allie Thompson. showy dress, at the Joseph aniL Httle pity, hnvtv been recent visitors of Inspired elvllijuiH. i, lie Vlitrnl Mrs. Adolph to the next one mighty spndlx. and may eii daughter, Doris Hose, have returned Mrs. EllinJlill, onMuple avenue, . futile or agent "lleiieath n . " '' en en-Mr. and Mr. Kirby Theater enterUrely great." Louis-IMf- c Miss Rebecca Williams, J, F, Estcs, sterile. from a visit to her mother in Among 'those i who attended the tained Sunday for dinner at their S. L. Rich, Sam Cotton, Noah Mnr.ee fuiieiultofLMr. T. Bourne from Dan- - beautiful country home, Mr. and Mrs. m and Rev. C. I). Strother have been apof pointed by the local church a messDC Mrs. Mattle NcvJus o? Stanford, vil'e. were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bourne Wesley Walker and daughters C DC 31 nnd Mr. A. C. Harncd of Lebanon, and Mr and Mr. R. G, Bourne, Miss Dttnville and thc4r visitor, Miss engers to the Association which meets Bourne and Mr. T. II. gurct Uthon of Indiana, Mr. and at Beech Grove Church August 17th were with Mr. W. M. Zanone last Floyd. Mr. Sam Cotton, Mr. Julln Walker and 18th. It is expected that all of week. and daughter, Miss Kmma Mr. nnd their shall attend and it is hoped that Mr. Kemp Walker and children. All many others from the church will go. W ARCySTU-- L MIm Ilctlif Writ; In lnWirirhctcr, TRIMMlliC OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR visiting MIm Mable Browning. BUT LITTLE RENT TO PAY. CUSTOMERS hr 5esndos, rdutd Chiropractic Lipscomb Lipscomb Clubl At Buckeye High School. Classified n, ' sur-pris- J. R. MOUNT & CO. O g-t- s Gossip About People 1 I Slrglu-inyrtlon- I- ! New Principal. - I lvn Casap-besVvlll- e. I WH-mo- re liar-rsdsbu- ...of I Buckeye Jots." lt-p- .ir. g De-lan- ey ft lt-p- e For Rent or Lease. W.fe I '' Raritist Church Notes. ...!.. -"- -.l ......c .nn.." this-wee- .ki. Dan-vfM- ill-n- es ju . Skid-mor- vd ' n-- i ph'U-scie- nce - ri. IGJ S4afX':'3S'sat:'SS'it3Z enjoyed the day 1 - GIANT TIHES. 30x3 $12.75 fj) SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS fci.uu Per gallon from barrel $1.10 Per gallon, 5 gallon cans $1.25 gallon, 1 gallon cans, Per BUY THE BEST. SANDERS 1VAR1ETY We Sell For Less. ... A " 30x3i $14.75 t Mrs. Bessie Dudderar and Mrs. Burr McKmney of Indianapolir, have been pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs, Roes Ilastin in Hill Court. They loft Tuesday for a visit to Mr. and Mr. William Lear at their (uburban home on the Lexington pike and will also visit Mr. B. C. Rosa In Bryantsvillv before returning home. Sunday morning V. Freeman, of Danville, district Sunday School worker will be with us both at the S, S. and preaching hour. Let the children and older folks utl come so we may show up well and hear u tine vice wtl' be held at this church. Hev. Hbi son will brikg the meswge and wc jopo all may hear thl iplcndm mer'iikge. Rubber Tire 1 FILLER Perfect substitute for air. USE NO INNER TUBE. i' the evening tho union ser- Is being used throughout the United States STORE J of Lexingtun, celebrated hct thirteenth birthday laet Tuesday nt the home of her grand-parenMr. and Mrs. 8. J. Bourne. About thirteen little girls were prisent. Ices cakes, fruits and candles wcr served. The little ho, tess moved many beautiful gifts. Music and garnet were placed aiid all left wishing her many many more bs'pi') birthdays Mire Mary Clark 'fcardOf Thanks With a heart full of love nnd gratitude. I wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their many acta of of symkindness and expression our recent bepathy expended l reavement on account of the ,loss, of my dear hiiibanJ. Mr. Ella Thompibn Holtzclaw. , i and more than 30 forelgnjcountrles on more than 200,000 cars. Write for discriptlve clrculnr or coll and ire It at SANDERS VARIETY STORE LANCASTER. KY. DC JL1G The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 12, 1920. CARDS.J 4wiiiiiiinMmiiiiiniiiii"""'' M. S. p n SOME PIGEON X POINTERS J I It Is never im lute In clean I out anil whitewash the loft. X llelter put up a few new nest X By Another Name. Under the name of "Sicilian oil," petroleum was burned In lamps In Home In the days of IMIny. i I hoxe. Now, X HATFIELD DENTIST OfTlc. our Tha Garrard Bank. Phone, Office 5. Retldenca 370. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. X Careful attention tn all ilelnll In tirtttKlntt about will the bet result obtainable. A E"'xl pigeon lliy detrnyer enn be made from a ten of qua- sin bark lileh l placed In sev- vnil pan altout the loft. Plceotis will not ib well If yon neglect jour part of the duty. such a proper feeding and nHt )ti Lack Library Service. There sre In the United Stales, It Is ald, 1H.OiH).000 persons who have limited or no library service. Objectionable Flea. Rich Blue Grass Farm ! t AT "What I mo' object to." remarked the Alrdale Pup. "Is the flea who thinks he Is doing me a fsvnr to associate X with me." J. J. Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist Offlca Hour, J DANVILLE, -- J KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. J. A. Beazlev MJNCRAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Iteildence 1'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTER,,' KY. Don't handle your bird while J ncstttu: utile" you want them to J throw nwny ttieir esu. firit-clPeanut make miintiier foml for pigeon. A wnall qtimiilty of vaetlne put down Hie throitt of plceum that ii ru nlTected with ranker X will cure them. tllve plenty of freh water at j thla M'nuuti of the yiiir mid note I i the rrnillt. 5 X X terlns. The Crown. The crown a a symliol of piynlty was first Introduced to Ihirope by the Oreat, who followed the Alex-snd- iPutalic WE WILL SELL FOR W :). WILLfAMS ON' Auction er Persian uaise Homemade Ink, Itstph Waldo Kmeron ued to make his own Ink. Here Is his fsvnrlte recipe: Pour a scant cupful of boiling water over one p.irknce of When It I cool add one tahlepoonfnl rf elnegar, dye. Saturday, Au Wth, AT 10 O'CLOCK His farm located three miles from Danville on the Lnncnstr pike This superb farm is Will Krow known as th Ilnicu place and contains 171) acres of thu richest land in Kentucky nnyininis' that land of the richest Blue Grass fertility will produce. This i one of thu best improved, best watered, best located and richest farms in Kentuckya veritable K'd muie for the practical farmer every foot of it will jrtow tobacco and alale-colore- d CULLING The improvements consist of a seven room lesidence bath room, three halls, Oelco electric lij:ht.i. rnnnlnts' water in house. On the rf.'.dence tract there is also stock barn fifty by by seventy-tw- o eet, sixteen feet to eve and all other necessfodv feet: tobacco barn thirtv-sl- x Maybe That's So. Many Fowls Eliminated From Jin) Tunklus says many a man ary outbuild'njfs. includiiiK uifajre, smoku house, nick en house. These impiovemonts are on Missouri Flocks in 1919,' wodtd be more propcmu If he could tra't No. 21, embracing GG.'Jl acres. PATRICK, M. get as enthusiastic over his own limiThis ftirm has been subdivided nnd will be sold in four tracts as follows. ne as he doe the effort of a Forty Per Cent of Birds In Avenge perfect stranger hut ; to land a hit thut'll TRACT NO. - Contains 211. 10 acres, Unimproved but has beautiful piko frontage Farm Flock Are Nonproductive bring In a run- .- Washington Star. with nice biiildltjtf sites. and Should Be Fattened and Kentucky. Paint Liok, Sold or Eaten. Tattoo Marks. TRACT NO. 2 Contains U2.6-- acres. No improvements. Lohk pike frontage. Nice Although tattoo mark are generally he Indelible If produced built'inK site. In MlvuMirl l.nt year, 73,7k tilnU averted t Dr. Printus Walker were t'lltnltmted from lAKl thick by the Insertion of curbonncmiu matTRACT NO. 3. Contains GG.21 acres, On this tract is located the dwelling nnd im- ter. It snld they will dlsapear If which wens rulleil under the first well rubbed with a salve of pure provements described above. of the home ilitnnntt ration VETERINARIAN. acetic nclil and Mnl. then with n soby the I'nltfl State niteiilN s TRACT NO. I Contains 50.87 acres. On this tract Is located a new tobacco barn Call Aniw.r.d Promptlr Oaf or department out of acrtculture and the lution of jMitnkh. and Dually with by eiKbty-fou- r fifty acres consists largely 'f virgin blue feet, twenty feet to eve. ned It wiiiild he ndtlahle State Agricultural collenc llil Nilbt. Phon 317, POOR HENS RESULTS IN SAVING Olive Oil Esaentlal. Although olive oil a a food nnd ruedlrlnnl oil can be replaced very lanrely by other tegetnhle oils, there are one or technical use, wool pinning, for lutance. for which no entirely satisfactory substitute has yel been fmind to hemp. J. Dentist. 1- I st uer-vUIo- u I n-i- it thir-Thi- ty-s- K LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. to conult h t.,r teetiillt. a Ntvinic of approximately their owners. LJdy.Killers. In another tnte. 11 loeal lender In every town there are ftlwny some that 717.-I7Here trill mi I, with the lt hlni were rulle. Of thl mini-he- r fellow who liifiglne they nre n'gnlar One nf the kind attend, wetv found to be nonproeil n djnre In Prescott the mher night, ductive, cvnt of all the poultry lie nkeI a young Indy If he might AImiiu 81 In the o hiii try I cared for my wiMuen. have the next dance nnd recehed nulle nttentlon I a shock when she replied: "Why, I I'or that rvawm guess so. If you can tlnd a partner." clven to oultry by tlM home club nujiervlMil by the department of iurl Ogdensburg Advatici1. niltun and the stale college, and Plenty uf Cream of Tartar Hera. farm women ar tanjlit In-- tt methoM Americans have for generation nillnj. of iHiultry iMlictlon, feedlm;, hotMlni;. cullliu, rnunlni; sur-pl- u stent million of dollars a )ear In bird for home ue, preservation Italy for cream of tartar, a household of egc, and ciMiiKnitlve wiling of necelty which the grape region of f.Vl.llll In o re-tiS lady-killer- Krasrj soil. SHELBY FARM AT AUCTION At the same time we will sell for Mr. Williams his farm containing 107 acres mid Known as the Shelbv place. It adjoins the lands of John If. Veager and George McRoberts and is about n mile from the above described farm. On this farm is a new four room residence, toby thirty-si- x bacco barn seventy-tw- o feet, has good fencing and Is well watered. This farm will ho sold as a whole to the high bidder. it KiN-cl- tin-lln- Prospective bidders may look over these farms At any time by calling on undersigned. TERMS LIBERAL AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 The undented hereby gire warn to all persons not to trespass upon sur lands for any purpose whatever u we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunt ers and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips. R. L. Elkin. Mrs. Emma Danlols, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackler, Mrs. Emma Utgginbohaza, Edd antfN. B. Price. I. Vik POSTED of proer nilllnc thu far hn proveil to be, In the majority of case. not Him principal reiiwm why a (lock profitable. Forty mt cent of the hens tolay nro In the aterace farm thx-nonproductive, and .Hlmtild Im wild or eaten. It omIm ntwmt f'i a year to feed each hen. If fche iloeji not produce more than that amount In esir hhe Is unprofitable. 1 IMiultry prtxluctx. This well aupply. collected from the seillment uf the fermenting vats and the ide of the tnnk. again,! which It cotalllze during storage. the United Is a Sine, can I. M. DUNN REAL ESTATE AGENTS. tt COMPANY DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Adjustment 2mis Silver-tow- n WATER SUPPLY FOR PASTURE Half.Hogthaad Will Answer Purpose Fairly Well, but Cement Trough Is Much Better. I'aMtire aprlne are often made ex. cecdlnicly foul, becuuw) the stock the spring with dropplns and makes a muilhole of the plnco by tratnplliii It with their feet. The cut kIiows a way to keep the water pure. In t a fence about the Nprlni; and de-fll- 8ooo Milts boco Miles Corps Fabric Tiaes S. C. Rifrsby. 0. J. B. L. Kelley. C. Rlgsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy Making Sure, story ts told of a fur . i ..tin was having trouble with In lll.-It would start, walk tilxwit 'M jariN or so, then stop for u fe MwnniW and start airalu, only to r . it tin" fonnance. After wsol h tlon for ome time u tint funniT during m- the horse's. Ioiir wait. "U'lMtV it' .Miller ttlttl ' lle horsef he uktt it lamer 'Not as I know t vernl lliit ery rmwl) HO fanner H ilathed feared 111 s h ami lie wou't hear mi', wi he very now ii uil then to liSlell " noter. A e. exltllll-nvertlto- M. Anderson. IL L. Barker Protection for Spring. rarry downhill the lncloure fat enouch tn Include a wnterlntc troush A within Its protection. will nnwer, but a cement trouuh Improvement. would be a SWEET CLOVER GAINS FAVOR Enables Farmer to Crow Regular Crop and Then Secure Manure Crop to Plow Under. W "3 Hazelwood 9 Sanatorium For in Trmtmtnt of The problem of the farmer has been to find a crop that was a leuume tu take the place of clover when It full. With suevt cIout It will be poalble to crow n regular crop on the kuII nnd then secure, a heavy green manure crop the Mime year tu plow under. Much of the future pulley of farming depends upon a cheap supply of nitrogen to build up that lost from the soil by cropping, and no other crop ha given so much protnWe. as the new an nual sweet clorer. EMERGENCY ondrichTires BEST IN THE LONG RUN to-da- y ar TufxrcuW, 9 CROP FOR SWINE Protein Value It for Maintained by tlx Louisville Aiwctatlon tor h tlx adequate tieatmeot of In all Us stagei at Uil than ait. Kate, $15.00 per week, board, mrdtcil attention, laundry, etc. Illjjh ground com. tubcl-culoi- M On Account of Ita High Iowa Eipert Recommend, Making Pork. vlrvr. Delight ful turrouaJlngt. Special lite (or nIAmh In u,.l.il II mcmwt, Jtatfrf sanding ciumlit M Iwoka,liu t, LlntU; I). Im fWJtea Cktf. Ht-t- in mm w According to John il. Kvvnrd of tha animal husbandry department of the Iowa agricultural experiment station, rape Is one of the bet emergency forage crops for h'U. because It Is of and will carry high protein valu more hogs per arre than any other stand of rape crop of Its kind. A will carry 12 tu 1$ butfs air are delivering Though Goodrich Tires tires, they far greater mileage than pre-wcost i5!o to xoo less than in 1910. SOLD BY rJ gd pr Hasclden Bros., Garage and C. E. Morgan, Lancaster, Ky. UP at whole this section, NOAH MARSEE, JR. I J. A. PHILLIPS, McrchartdUc Adjuster. I Started at 9 o'clock a. m. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11th 1920 DRY GOODS. .33c Dross Gingham 40c quality, sale price 24c Apron Gingham 35c quality, sale price 33c Madrcss Hoth, 40c quality, sale price Percale, Duck and Light 40c quality, sale price 33c 24c Gingham Effects. 30c quality, sale price Berkley Vo. GO Cambric ,75c quality sale price S9c 28c Brown Cotton, yard 50c sale price $1.19 Table Lircn, $1.50 yard, sale price 39c Voils White, ftOc yard, Kile price . . . 69c Voiles, solid colors $1.00 value, sale price 49c Flaxon Waistings. 75c value, sale price Pepperul 4 unbleached Sheeting, sale price... 95c Mens Work Socks, 26c value, sale price 19c Outing Flannels, dark and light, 50c value, ?ale29c Auto Robe, fancy plaid $15.00 sale price $11.98 . 9-- LADIES HOUSE DRESSES Special quality, regular value sale price. ..$3.79 ImI House Dresden, regular $2.50 value, price $2.19 Lot House Dresses, regular $3.00 value, price. .$2.49 Children Rompers, good quality, well made, regular $1.50, sale price $1.29 Lot Children Coveralls, regular $2.50 value for$1.98 SL JEWELRY Ladies wrist Watches, Swiss Movement, 10 car gold case regular 18.00 value for$14.95 Ladies wrist Watch, 15 Jewel, Swiss Movement, regular $21.00 value, sale pricc$13.25 Mens Seven Jewel, nickle case, regulnr $9.00 value, sale . .$7.25 price . Mens seven Jewel nickle case radium face, regular $5.00 val$3.75 ue, sale price. Lavilliers. Gold Chain, regular $5.00 value, price. $3.75 .- BOYS DRESS SHIRTS Bos fine Miirt with and without collars, .$1.19 vnlue $1.50. sale price - .$1.19 Hoys work Shirts, $1.23 value, sale price. MENS SHOES Tan Klk Work Shoes, regular $4.00, sale price$3.39 $5.25 Elk, Army Last, regular $fi.50, sale price Black, water proof heavy Shoes, $6. val, sale$4.98 Water proof barn work Shoes, reg $G.50 for $4.95 MENS DRESS SHIRTS 2.00 value, special sale price Ifntrulnr $2.00 allies with collar Regular n.0 quality, special sale price Regular NOTIONS Snowy Owl Cotton 72x40 sale price Ladies Union Suit,!, $1.25 value, wile price Brass Pins per Papor Hooks and Eyes, black and while, card 1000 yards Embroidery, values to 40c Shoe laces per pair Suspenders Pearl Bu'tons 15c quality , ...98c ...98c .$2.39 val- FINE DRESS SHOES Black calf medium weight, reg $8. sale price.. $4.95 Maghony English Calf reg $12.50, sale price-$9.$6.45 Maghony English Kid reg $7.50, sale price 50 pairs of Mens Low Cuts, all sizes, values to -- $2.9S $10.00, close out price.. Coca Calf bal English, regular $12.50, closeout$9.95 85 3- - H o r 1 h V 98c 89c 3c LADIES WAISTS One lot White 8c 39c 7c lc Mens bla k and white Hose 35c value. sale price. 19c Mens black and white lisle HoscSl. value, sale. 89c Ladies Hose black and vhite,35c value, sale price 19c '19c Ladies Lfslc Hose, 75c value, sale price Ladies L'?le Hose. $1 00 alue, sale price 89c Silk Hose regular $2 50 value $1.69 -- HOSIERY 4c price, $1 p0 Solid Gold Chain Cameo value $7.50, sale - lavilliers 10K. Cameo MENS SHIRTS Blue ( .. h"iibr : pr. tal sale price ork Shirt--, V gular $2. qual-itv- , $1,19 Stick Pins, regular value, sale price $1.29 Rogers knives and fori 1M7 regular $3 75 it, ate pri'-$2.98 -c $5.75 98c ue sale price One lot White Waists. Voil. fine quality, reg.$1.49 ulnr $2.50 grade, sale price Crepe DeChene Waists, assorted colors, reg$4.39 ular Sfi.OO value, sale price Ladies s.ik Waists, regular $3.00 value, sale $2.19 oil Waists, regular $2.25 1 LADIES SHOES One lot Ijidies White Canvas Shoes, reg. $2.75.$2.19 One lot Indies White Shoes, reg $3. sale price.$3.98 One lot Indies Low Cuts, vain $6 "ale price. $1.19 Maghonv, Low Ilels. value $0.00 sale 8 Black Kid rubber heels, $5.00 value sale price .$3.98 F trn qtnlitv mag. valtK $1 J 50, ule price .$10.39 price-.$4.9- o o a 3 O Bl o n -- . . 1"h One lot b v 1 1 1 BOYS SHOES $3.35 a' i" ale prur , Oxford regular $'.00 value ' lie $3.75 l')t $1 si (0 WONDERFUL VALUES. CLOTHING Blue Serges, all wool, regular $40.00 $32.95 value sale price Lot of voung mpns Suit just received $22.95 values to $40.00, sale price Grey and Tan Palm Beach Suits, reg$14.98 ular $18.00 value, sale price Cool Cloth Suits, reguLot of Mens $8.98 lar $12.00 value, sale price all sizes, priced from Boys $6.00 to $9.50 Reduced to $3.98 & $8.25 Clo'-hin. YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT. MENS OVERALLS Hi EVERYTHING REDUCED. m quality, sale price $2.39 . $1.98 quail4 ., sal price . Lot of grc$ tripe work pants ,?3.50 MENS UNION ALLS quality, sale price $2.49 MENS DRESS PANTS ALL REDUCED. Regular $'.00 value, heavy blue stripe . sp'til sale price . $4.19 -- MENS WORK PANTS Lo? of mop.. Khaki Pant ,r giilar $3.'i i". Blue Denim, regular $2.73 AUTO CASINGS Mens Union Suits, value $1.50 for$1.29 Mens NaiiiMiok Union Suits, regular :J i l& J Smooth, rig $15. value$I3.25 $2.00 value, sale price . $1.69 30x.;i .. G&.I $19.50 al$17.95 McnsSealpax I'nion Suits, regular G & ' Incrtube 30V5 reg $2 50, sale$2.29 $1.75 value, sale price ..- - - . $1.49 GJfcT Jiiertiibe 30.'Ji . reg$3 25 sale$2.79 MENS UNDERWEAR ... -- Simons Saglefs hed springs, regular Washing Machine, regular $7.50 paUtnusua 9x12 value special sale price $7.25 $5.98 $10. value, sale price regular price. $12.50, sale price $9.95 Dressers, Bevel Plate Mirrows, golden Regular $12. j0 Machines for $10.95 Matting Druggets, Orential Design, oak finish, regular price $22.50, special size 9x12, regular $6. value, sale $4.95 . $19.39 sale price PORCH SWINGS Brussel Carpet Rugs, assorted patterns Extra quality Golden Oak, Bevel Plate Porch Swing with chain complete, size 9x12, regular ?50. value, for $39.00 regular $8.25 value, sale price $7.19 Glass Mirror, cheap at S27. sale. .$25.85 Congolcuni Art Rugs, size 9x12. regDining Chairs, Golden Oak finish, reg$11.75 ular $11.00 value, sale price ular $5. value, sale price each . .$2.95 TRUNKS Two rolls. Oft Coiigolcini, regular Wooden Beds, regular value $3.00 sale Good, steel cover, well bound, heavy price $1.39 yard, sale price $1.75 $6.75 t o ton ( omliii .M alircs.se. i.:.uu vaiue lungi'K a'ul good lock, regular $12. value Simons White Enamel Iron Beds, reg$8.98 ular $16.50 quality, sale price $9.95 J sale price . sale mice $12.95 Rugs, Matting, Congolcuni. Grass Rugs assorted WASHING MACHINES. FURNITURE Bo s 3T H C -- 09 a c l ur GROCERIES. 4 1 HARDWARE $1. IK) .. Scr.-e- slue, sate price -- $1.73 $1.50 alu-sale pound cowl coffee oumtp Happy Home Coffee pound Kentucky Maul oap Dour. Tub h- - pme J3.4-J I) ret- Two-ptj- Iamtern. regular price - 36c Wash $1.40 r .$1.13 75 1 Cffc. .43c $1.00 M bars Granite Tea Ketllea, regular price sale nrfce $1.13 IktefiRK. regular tab Three-ply pric alue J2.39 val- 5 boxes Searchlight Matches Gtcnitc Wator Ialb,rofrul4r $1.26 val25c ue, sale price . . . .SOr . EVERYTHING Barrel Salt, ... ItoauiK, roeukir $8.S0 Taint II Mile .& V.. $5.01) ue, sale jirtee SZ.95 REDUCED. I ncular price f3 7&. sal.' $3.37 It ration ("al Oil cans, 65c valucc. le price 50c ration CjhI Oil Iluw KjK. nate pnee ... price ... grade, J2.19 7c FOR MEN AND WOMEN FREE WHETHER SOLD AT $5. OR $15. YOUR CHOICE'OF ANY SHOE IN THE STORK In order to arouse your interest in this 4IREAT SALE, I will give away ABSOLUTELY FREE. (No "if or ai'd," no catch or strinRs") to the first 25 adults to enter this store, after 4hc door is open WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11th, twenty five presents. These presents will be from a pair of best shoes in the house to useful notions ranging in price from 25c FREE FRF.E HARNESS It ivitatc Hone Work ltrnllrt. tronj: and . well made . . STOVES AND RANGES Anlcn Steel II nice with reservoir, rcfitar $75. value, sale price. $67. to (0 reiruljr $1..'.0 value $1.85 o Collar, liov Hit at $7.00. wile weight $5.95 Work lirulle. extra quality, recukir $3.75 $1.50 value, now Single Uuggy Harness. roKubir $3&. vjlue, sute price $26.75 '.'oh Haraeas. per wt. regular $15. $11.95 sale price alue W.i-o- I'riKrr. WAGONS AND BUGGIES I burner. Oil 8lvr with oren, rrxukir nmc 5 10. wle.$3 1.93 .1t. n rnec . can, rrgular $2. to $15.00. RFMEMBER the first 25 people. Doors open at 9 o'clock. Tickets given at door as you enter. Gel youri. BE AN EARLY BIRD. tire complete, regular price . .. $155.00 $15.U0. sale price rejtutar price, $159.00 WIRE FENCE 10 n I lame 118.00 r extra tuialit) alue . $11.95 . . rec-uta- Ahlrraml Kutnfies. $175.00, this ule Wire. 17 in high. - inch its, regular price 10c, ale prke. 55c Spccul Trice On All Hoc Fence. THE ENTIRE STORE A BLAZE WITH BARGAINS. N EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE HAS A MARK-DOWPRICE THAT MEANS MONEY FOR YOU. MONEY SAVED ON EVERY DOLLARS WORTH YOU BUY. DO NOT BUY UNTIL YOU VISIT THIS COMPLETE CLOSE OUT SALE Noah Marsee, Jr BRYANTSV1LLE, MENS WORK SHIRTS A BEAR FOR WEAR. BRAND, TODAYS MENS WORK SHIRTS FURGESON BLUE CH AMBRY TRIPPLE ST1CH, WHOLESALE PRICE $18. KENTUCKY. WHILi; THEY LAST AT SALE PRICE $1.19 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, Aug 2, 920 1 1 IN CONSTANT USE BY SELECTED LUNCHES ASSIST DEVELOPMENT COMBINATIONS PHYSICIANS EVERY DAY Madiclnal V.lu. or S. S. S. It Fully more than fifty yeirs has been Racogntzad. used as S. S. S which is recognix-e- d as the best known blood mediAlmost every human ailment can be traced, one way or another, to cine on the market. impurltiei in the blood. So you This fine old remedy is still made cannot overestimate the impor- as of old from roots and herbs of tance of keeping your circulation proven medicinal value In fact, built up, so that your heart will he physicians everywhere recognize constantly pumping rich, red, the wonderful efficiency of these blood to all parts of the roots, and they are prescribed in system. Any slight disorder or im- some form or other almost daily. And now after being in conpurity that creeps into the blood is a source of danger, for every vital stant use for more than half a upon century, S. S. S. is more popular organ of the body depends the blood supply to properly per- than ever. It is sold by practically form its functions. It is quite every drug store in the land, and true that practically every one is every druggist is well acquainted equally exposed to the attacks of with Its sterling merit, for they au are just as liable to have seen its results. disease. S. 5. S. is a yery valuable agent be attacked as the man or woman sitting next to you on the street in the treatment of Catarrh, Rheumatism, Eczema, Tetter boits, pimcar. It all depends upon the condition of your blood. If it is thin ples, skin eruptions, malaria, nJ and impoverished, and has been other disorders that come from allowed to reach a low state by blood impurities. It is alio without an equal as a the accumulation of impurities, you have not sufficient vitality to general tonic and system builder resist these germ attacks, and they lly its efficacy in cleansing the find a, fertile field in your system blood of impurities, it builds up the to spreail disease. appetite and gives new life an I Over a hundred years ago the In- vigor to the entire body. dians made many excellent rem-die- s You are invited to write for val and tonic from roots and uable literature and medical adherbs gathered from the forests. vice, which will be sent without One of these formulas was hand- cost. Address Uiief Medical Aded down to the white man and for viser, Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. life-Rivi- OF GROWING CHILD-SO- ME Some Will Say We have a FLOUR As Good tflM 'BiMsssiAHSKSQrssiiisssVssHHssVslHHslM .ssVIMMBtfisSHsVK laas as Glen Lily and Just as cheap or cheaper, but test and taste will not confirm the assertion. Garrard Milling Company lrfrrJ put Ons Hot Dish at Noon It New by tha IV.ltfil Statu mit of Aim. jl:.r i Durt How murli time mid thought do you Oelng Served In Many Schools. Notice To Tie Farmer, 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 1 g T. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. J. TODD, OertelS The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it In your home at all time DRINK "Children Imve such npctlte ttmt Ihej will ent anything." I n riMimrk ften hearth They may havo good nr petltes now, but If cIkn children are auuucii to nt the wrong thing, the lime mny oiiij. when th'y rnn't rat llif right llilncx. flrowlng children hne certain spe-clneed In the wny of food. Like srown people, lh,y must bo supplied with that which I neccnry for lietilih nml Mrcngth, tiut. unlike Hum. they xhniilil l given nlno Hint which Is titreary for development. Kven no hut dlli ohtnlnnhle nt vho.il nt noon male tho lunch more ippetlzlng. mid inntiy 'hool are now providing It When n clillil mint enrry lunch mid can nut olitnln nt n ' dlh. Hi., tntk of nitlnir the mh or lnket deninml great cure to ttmke ur Hint It Is npetlzltig, nourishing, and sintnlnltig. One of the best Investment to make -i- t nut mmlvvkhc; fruit; for n child who cnrrle hi lunch to n enke. MiiiMii Mint iloe nut nerve hot lunch llHrii.iMiieil ege: crisp tKiklncpow Is n iMittle whlih will keep llquLN hot der eWcry or rnillshe: ram iur some nine. neon, or soup brown swgnr or maido nucar sniul piping hot on n cold (lny, will mtike wlrhe. a fenut out of nn uninterestIlottle of milk; thin corr. hrrnd nnd ing lunch. butler: date. ; apple. Five Groups of Food Needed. Itnlsln or nut brend with butter; In .general, the whiml lunch, like the, chwe; orange; mnple misnr. chllil'.i diet un a whole, should rontnln Itaktl beau nnd lettuce snndwlchi-- ; representntlves of the fh e food group. apple snure: sweet ihoeitlnte. In It should be found foods rich In Nenrly ntrjone known the nece. protein, mcli n milk. rliew. ment. lty of dainty w nipping nnd packing Ilsh. drlol tieans. hu, nnd If nn appretlilng lunch li to be the other nuts; cvrvnl or stnrchy foiMl. result. A container Hint can be urh m bread, cereal tnushen, rice nnd smlded. plenty of paraffin rnper. n tnploca; fatty food, mirh as butter, Jelly cup with n roer. nnd bottlen rrenin. snlnil olln nnd baron; vegeta- with screw topi nil nsslat In tha timk-In- g ble nml fruit, but nurd as cereals of n dainty lunch. in jour children lumh bnfcet? al nml olr' l In .. n i . j pu' i.i:,Vr the cln r aUon t e Hi 'n l log cnko n'..l nxk thn r.mtn n l.t tic rat . cniu' micur. plain mnple silgitr nwcet c'tocolate. jellfi-- s prvsemil fruit. Jhiih, timnitalM.le-.- , honey, nmlii tmp and ilrliil llj. ' date mid oilier drle.1 frult. Some Suggtited Basket Lunches. Here lire mihu mmiiM nnthm : hnndwlche with llceil. tender ment for tilling; baked npple, rookie, or few lump of sugar. hllce of meat hmf or henn loaf: bread nml butter cnndnlchcs; tewei fruit : mnl frml.il rnke. Crisp mil, hollow eil out nml flllr.1 with iH.nt or rjnli. moUHiinl nnd enotiM). or mlnl with nal.nl drelns: online, nppl. mixture of llcel fruits, or berries; enke. . I.eJtun- - or ceWy iMvl.hf; nip cnstnnl; Jelly ntnlid ln'. CotlnCK rhe.e nml I'tiojiptil green-Ik'PIHIHlnlrlie.' or a Ht of (Tea in cluvoe with hread hihI I. utter LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. mi,e. .,.. GUY. I. Foley and Tom Turner spent Sunday nt Cnrtemville. Mrs. James Yantis was n visitor Tuesday of Mrs. llascom IVIphrey. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mlley llensley visited Messrs J relative nt McCrrary Wednesday. 11 Mill.; olurl.' I Saturday. Mr. James Yantis was the guosi Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tern YasiL nnd family. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Prather and two children ,Pent Sunday with Mr an.' Mrs. William Walker. Messrs flay llroaddus and Cec;l Prather have been recent visitors of nt Somerset. Mr. nnd Mr. Ollie Graham were with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward Sun day. Mrs. Itobert Vnter wns the vMter Thursday of her sister, Mr. William Origgs. Mr. Herbert Tudor of IlryanUvtlle ' Mr nd Mr- - Jak" pent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Tern Mr. Carrie David Doolin. i Z. T. JtK-Jr.. left Mrs. Oscnr Farmer of Wodfnl KWhmosid ta vMt Mr. county was visiting relatives here m Mr nn ' Mrs Jai cs Turner of Marksbury wre ay iciest of Mr. nnd Mrs. William llarnrs. I Mr. and Mrs, J.hn Prather had l,"'r Sunday visitors Mr. ami Mrs. Wis. Lan and family. Mr. Joe Turnr and little son Vlr-C- il of Hoylc spent the past week end Wt Mr. and Mrs. J. I Foley. Mr. ami Mr. Charlie Tutlle left Saturday far vsstt with relative at Ilarbswrsvllle. CerWn nml Richmond. Mr and Mr. Jamvs Basan and Miss Mella .Nyhir were Stinaa) guenU ef . tt fr Ya' "t Juds. 7- 'Jltjf e Sab.ra.r asMi ami Master Mrs. - rr T. ! Mr. and Mrs, WtUkm WiUiMB IWsJey and WMtte Hat returned KisWer. Mr. Somerset afUr Mrs. Hnyden Waddbj i Hul isougliter. TuMslny from viait wius Mr. and o. Mr aBd Mrt. . and Mrs. Ilea Ha mm Jr.. ami tin. many friends of Mr. Prather will Kret to know that she Is critically III. .i.u aim nu,, t. tneir aauicnier, Mr. iralh , .. HEAR BIG IMPORTANCE OVEN OF "D0N7S" FOR BREAKING EGGS THERMOMETER Bureau of Chemistry Telia How to Keep Bad Egg Out of Can-- One Ooi Much Harm. One bad eirg In the waste can will do no harm, but one In n rnn of frot-e- n egg will , ot. T krrft m bad egira out of the egg cn,i. tle of chemUtry of the United State bu-re- HOMER S. CUMMINGS SENATOR WARREN HARDING AT Device Soon Pays for Itself in Incorporated Maktrs of Otrtel Double Dark, Oertels Dark and O.rt.l. Light. N. L. Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Harrodsburg Ky The OERTEL Co. Louisville, Ky. Lessening Waste. Housewife After Hard Experience Will Learn to Judge Her Own Stove Fairly Well Register Helps In Many Way. ! Will That is It Pay? the first thins; we think about when we go to invest a dollar. Then comet the question Will it Pay to drive to Bryanttville to do your trading? We know wc can aave you money on the following and many other things not listed in this ad. Deering Binder Twine 17c per pound. New car load of wire fence, which is going at the following prices: Pour foot No. 9 top and bottom 65c. Four foot, heavy weight 7oe. Four foot, 6 in. stay heavy weight. 85c. Heavy cattle barb wire 6 for spool 80 rd Heavy Hog barb wire, heaviest made $6.50 per spool of 80 rods. Fresh car load of salt at $3.4S per seven bushel barrels. department of ngrlmlture lint UUed Oepartment tlrculnr 74. "How to Ilrenk Kmr for Kreexlng." which tella (Prepared by tha Unll! Btatra Depart- Jargely throiigli picture, the "doV ment of Atrlcultur.) nnd "don't - of the l.ulne. The lunro baking you do the morn Here nre the "ilon'l." jim realize the ltnKirtnnro of the oven 1. I'Otl't break egc unlei they nre temperature. Ilnre you not followed well cnmlled. n rtt'lpe euiotly fur tiUcults, perhnp Don't use blood ring, atuck volk two tlays In iiccesliui, measuring no j nddleit egg, gnrn whltin, bloody egg, .. ......It Hfl.t tltlvlll.. ll... ....... IIIIAMIh ... Hlki 1111113 luomy eggx. miiHty or sour egg, or IJi In the Milne way? The flrnt dny they nny egg with n bnd otlor. were excellent gulden bruivu, light, H. Don't give the genu n chnnre to nml n iilen-iurto sene. The next multiply. Iteinovo the lliiuld tiroduct day they were tint, only , from the breaking tnble nt least once fairly light mid how ou did liuto to every hnlf hour. Churn the yolks nnd (tilt them on the tltMe! whole egg. Take directly to freezer. W'hut li the difference? Thu temper-ntur-o 4. Pon't nttempt to freeze egg un of thu men. A woman after U" the r I below 15 degreeis K. many such experience lennis to Judge 5. Don't iie utenlla that hnve not tier own own fulrly neeurntely. Hut stenmeil for nt least 'M minute. nhe Ih culled to her nick neighbor' Kill the genu Hint spoil the product. kitchen to help out und bale n pie 0. Don't court trouble or glvo the for the fn nilly. That pie n I most ruins huilneiia a black eye by trying to nell her repiitittlon as the li..t cook In tho n doubtful product. nelghborliiMNl, for It I soggy and un tlerdone. Keeling the lieefl of un iol slgy h cniu, "I d not know that ........ ft m nanI iur ... . juukp oiii un iu i uhuv not nVi U'foriM I U'ouM It ha n wUrr, more XJl j McRoberts Drug Store August Records and lots of Hawaiian now In stock. 1 ... e I 1 I pnle-fur.i- l, THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ten Truck it a profitable has. the "right of way" in every line of business activity. For all trucking purpose in the city ami for all heavy work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck with its manganese bronie e and every other Ford merit of simplicity in design, strength in construction, economy in operation' low purchase price, stands head and shoulderj above any other truck on the market. Drop in and let's talkitovcrand leave yourorderforonc. "kast of burden" and surely J 1 . . a 1 I (jj tiling fi tfliiill' tliasj t ssintu.lfitllt--. a ven I AUK your lianlwaru iiiervhnnt for nn oten thermometer. If ho dies not have one usk him to order one for foil. It will KMiii pay for Itself In ! eiilng tho wiisly nnd Improving tha 'imvI hake.1, nccnnlltig to homo It will help you to mow how lung your oen ahould i lghte.1 before It l ready for baking .ho tnutllim kiinutetlgo that often vlll menu malerlal svti. Thu following temperature nre tlven by tho Unlleil State bureau of eco-vim- HouseJioM QuBSffaw a a worm-driv- Tissue mikt, crumpled, la excellent ror poiiktiing mirror. .Never use a gnlvnnlzed Iron lemon squeezer, liluas Is preferable. ' lenvo iiib . a . ni in aavu to waste, but to ntvail nml hutter to cat cuke I a a rul- - Haselden Bros Garage. We are not interested except tho Ford. In nny cars, IIISO WUIItf, itiiudanl: . Becker:. &ir Ballard I 1RYANTSVILLE, PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. For custard. puJJIn., mtrlncuta, lh Kip book usually aar alow ovn. It approilmal.ljr to K. nani Bpunio caka, brca.1. XJglnii.tbr.tit! Fvr llaln rak.i, nxiktaa, tha raclpa book u.u Uly aaya mxllum It mna approt rnattly JM to Jraraa K For parkirhouaa roll., popov.ra, blacull, ha rocll book uauatly aaya hot avan. It to iV) a,ftm, p. nan. apprualmalaly blacull, patlry. tha reclpa twok uau. illy aaya yary hot ova It maana ap. Kuatmalaly M to UA daarraa V, . - Zinc enn be enslly cleane.1 by verj nnni witn n cloth wet iiiuiu Hiumonia. a a ulih r) ur on. Cover gilt frame when new with roui 01 wiiue vnnilHti. xiil will Ua invisime ami you ran wash tho frntnea without Injuring them. a ir- - A . tir water In which egg aro boiled uin prevent Iho ihells from cracklug and thu ctmaeijueut of tslt(s. eat-aji- teaioonrill of ault stddtnl lo tha ' I a M. ii NEW SUIT. I i Br 0TILL1A PFCIFFCR. Ill W,t,in j I (Coirtlf liccome "It li miration. lovely piece of C'hmU. rihI II you Jiut beautifully." Florence llrlll with sincere ml Kihrr k I "My drill silk dress since I wns a girl." nld Mr. Warden, nml hrr fH.e softened with n grateful smile. "And ft prrrcnt, too." "Prom llnttHtir liiiilrri Cloroliro Alii motion o hrr voice a she sitoke ttir name. "Yes. the dear boy! Il hits hern a hie tig tn in frmn tht first day Ip mine to u, n oor little orilimi, who mothir was my second cousin. Mr only twelve then, nml In- - linn wound himself Mont our heart until we mist ft ii now an wo would ait own sen." "Hut you hinted that ho nil coining tnrkr suggested Florence anttoiisly. "Trs. Tlio people lit l working for are very lunch pleased with Mm, have promoted til in right along and ho writes u there it a prospect of their starting a branch here." will le delightful!" declared Florence, mid tlun she riuihrd ns If she had evinced few much Interest In the subject of "lie always kIi after you In hi letters, dear," raid Mr. Warded. A ml ho I always sending father and me some pretty presmt. Last iiinnth It wot a new set of dishes for inf. Next wiTk. I.e trlls mo, h' has a great ur-- I rise for falhir, who li to en to tfi rounty seat ahout some election I there km the slightest itilior of mm Wednesday, August 18th, - - AT - BRYANTSVILLE AT 10 A. HICKMAN AT M. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Aug 2, 920 1 1 t i i J HIGH PRICES FOR EGGS Hero are m.tm of tho wnym .io.i prp hrer. itavr lay im Wi .. I' It' w or Orpinanena. or larger ear, mrk the VyantMtr, Nrh..rii Klimto I8tofl "i . 'li h ltM-kr.. better rare, Her. with uf IK -- m. l J J i. ie itryfOtm, rretfH rrnMnry finn4 and vorMlri hi breed '. .1 ' t.nlm,. timle J tf .("'0 i i. tie. i i gc frrajoomiy, epr at tiriiv in i t i X nr ii.n' I 1 c woNtlMr. iii a dry. rtmH. eixrt Im me rtnall awl rtlrty iw Market frwiurntlj. with pro- ' on ni all times from hmt. t II fur each i n Imals of anil iiinllty, "loi tiff," liKtmd of -I cncount." l"n mi nttrnctlve I'Bckagr, Combine hhlpmenta iin ii tont- tir of ecolioniy. te re SCIENTISTS HELPING BLUEBERRY INDUSTRY New Tlt ills-iilo- Jersey Grower Obtains Most Luscious Berries. Inttanee ot What I Being Done Com. merclally by Men Who Utilize In. formation Given Out by of Agriculture. "And then therr I hit vacation. Isn't thrrer prrsrd Florence. "Nrxt month, dear. I am clad yon fit I so kind and friendly toward" Mm, for Harton la worthy of regard In nny rood girl." Ft renew went away pulsating with pleasure, and Mr. Wsrdell followed es." hu, hrr tin-i- with Hi allied that Florence waa the child uf the wealthiest fn lolly In the district r hrr fyr. she A shadow crossed She hoped tlat Harton might rmt have fallen In loir with hrr, on thlt arcount. Thrn she straightened up with ralin dignity, for she wai very rroud of thHr adopted sou. 'WrM, wo'ro to en otrr to llayvUI Monday, Mary," hrr hu)wtid, coiiltnr Into thr houo at aut7rtlmr. "You aro to to tral(ht and cr llar ton lforr you do anythlus rUr," n BUENA VISTA AT 1:00 P. M. M. tiko tulndiil lira. Watdrll. "Oh. .urc ihat I I'm ro tbo hoy." Jut lonclnc to 3:00 P. M. BOURNE AT 4:00 P. Mary looked otrr hrr huntmtnl with a little ljh. I'laln, hmnriun John WardHI hr had rtrr rru. and ho felt r (rrt thr nrit day a ho nrally did up hl ahlrta nod rtiltara and hruhrd hit Kuiulay hrt tult, a dral thr worw for yonr Tor Harton a wko ho would hair llknl him to rirut n Over 150 live citizens of Lancaster Jn 30 automobiles are coming to see you August 18th, In order to get better acquainted. Wed-'ncsde- y, They will have good speakers to wnntrd to hr urr of rapturlne you liforo you pit Immrrnil In thr iMillllml mnrlitroiu." crntnl Itarton ua thr train arrlit-at Hayilllr. and told th lhrr urrnrlntoa that thry had to tratinct. it little iTlvuti- - huliin Thin, llnkliiK IUn arm within hti own, JlartMi iNiro away thr m:llnc factil John to hl hntrl. uthrrrd him Into hit room and pointed to the hit, Arrrn a hlrt. It lay a new mil, hat, (im handkerchief. "That'a thr irrelit I"r hrrn lonf-IR"1 d h-- trttrr ntnroraiK-- talk on various subjects of interest to the farmer. We want you to come and bring the mnny of which of nn Inch In diamthat Mil for $10 n htMhell Such Im tho product MTureil by u New Jer crower. whoe principal himlnciM hna bi'en crowing cranberries but who nore recently took up tho ctiltlvntlnn uf blueberrlen. At present ho has IS) pcrtx which ho planted. In rt, with cnrefnlly M'lected wild blueberry stock nnd. In pnrt, with hybrids fumNhrd by tho bureau of plant Industry of tlie I'nlted States dciartment of agriculture. Not only nro tho berries oa thl tract of very high quality but the prolific, the older plant pnn y'eld luilns at the rate of nenrly 100 buh-i- l d to the ncre. Tlie plantation Is nt Vlteioc, near Urowns Mlllx. The Mictss of this grower Is but ono InMnncc of whnt It being done commercially by men who nrc utilis ing the Information tupplled by the department of agriculture tclciitlnls. The latter have made n ttudy of blur-lier-ry culture for evcrnl year, and are nble to furnlh data recanting the bet varieties nnd the most aultnhle colls. Of particular significance Is the oa fiirt that blueberries thrive (eat nnd aml ioIIh, to ncld as to be considered worthless for ordinary agriculture. Thus through blueberry culture It Is polble to utilize many tracts which have been regarded a ctpcclal-l- y hard and unpromising. I,urloiii hliieherne three-fiMirf- nre eter M-- h 1 altu-nte- !et family. There will be music by the Lancaster Brass Band. Every farmer in Garrard County, famous for the quality of its tobacco, is interested in the growth and sale of this FEEDING TROUGH cle FOR SWINE ReceptaClimb- Farmer Can Pour Slops Into Without Having Pig ing HI Leg. great crop. We will have the latest data concerning the disease affecting it and the best known remedies. Also our speakers will tell you' the latest news about the crop in the lnco I went to work on my nun luk," auld llartim. "Hr- - hrrr, I'm not uiitl to It, Why, they'll think I wa txiuml itmlcht to ruin If 1 tocced up In that tlylr," John; hut Itarton, with rarrliil out hl jur-Jrenlal Intltti-ncr, Uf cet you rtrr Tho feeder can pour tlops Into this trough without having an earnest and overhtingry litter of pigs climbing his hoot legs nnd spilling the feed from the bucket. It extends xsllily a foot on tho outMde of the pen and makes feeding ent.y nnd simple. Tho two up- - Carolina's and the way it is moving. , REMEMBER THE DAY AND HOUR AND COME. "I Ooclatvr ojaculatetl John a hr lookrd Into tho mirror. "A hair rut and a little trlmmlnc cf whUken Am) . hryl" 111 look qultr "Mko a rojnilar itotennau, yr," Harton. Tho reinnrk wa alinoit prophetV. It haiprnnl thut whin thr four delr-patmet tho head nml center of tho which thoy niri'iilril, tho h of ioiiii) our to run on the tick et for tho Warrenton dlntrlct na to ho tnado by Hint autocrat. One of thr delicntrn wn collarle, another wor a khaprlrM and hahhy Mratv hat, a third had Imrnynrd cowhide hoot on. In contrat. tho pllck atiiwarnnro of John wan Imprewdir, nnd ho went hack hiiior tho chniion cnnHldnto fur oflkr. Ilo una rvnlly tho brut man of the iiunrtilto, hut It wn Ida new ult tlwt hud won htm d!tlnctlcn. John Wnrdell, candidate for Hat'r senator, nrrn)etl In broadcloth and linen. Muiiihoiv ivb n different propimh Hon from humble, homrpun John War 'dell, Mlpihml imall farmer. Harton Wardoll. mnni:er of n pro. fuinileil thr lroua branch .tore, tho friend cood-wiwith pn'phoclca of whom ho wn popular. Ho nnd Hor-nc- e deal. wore loeelher n Oi.o day Mary iIcwimI the pair narrowly in they returned from a row down tho river. A mutual loioJIsht liowetl In their oyca. Mr. Wardcll w n eoil deal tluf tired whcii, Klnnclni; up from the winllrlll dow next mornlne, ho path. uiinlnB up tho "I upioo Harton haa told jour the IntrrrCButcd "Why. uo what nUiut. Mr. Ilrllir "IIU ewmKomint to Florence. They aio ratlicr yomiB to think of marrlnc for a lime yt. but ho U n hju to bo proud of, nnd Mr. llrlll ami mylf lnco decldid that whro her lone loic wiut our frliudly Intmat hould jo, loo." niH-ctahlooa ll LANCASTER COMMERCIAL CLUB. Big Profits In Toys. Toya aa a whole liitve yielded Inrcer 'iroflts than any other cla of liivrn-Io- loja' Ufr. Right. To llro the wronc way la t'Tlh Onion Breath. Mar innst t nlimltto neurit am rnnnil net! come the M'nMhaiod. and latlj Tii Pearl. thr i On the Tide. ,i..l.t ad.I.I.j Ar e. lorne folka to be In the "wim." Car toona Macatlne m.- - i.ni. ' Hlitory of the PUtol. I'lttola wero Inienleil at I'latoja, tal), and were II rM ued by Uucllitt amir) men In I5H drunk afterward. Som Tho onion breath dreaded by limn: la done away with If a little milk b Crab! The Ear'a Capacity. The-- mokt practiced oar cannot ttnmtih In one tecond more than nine to twrlie kucrelve Miunda. I dlaj front A LANCASTER INTERVIEW Trough for Pig. rights will bo needed to hold tlie trough In place. Thut common accident of having pnrt of the tlop tplllrd by the hogs or hnvlng them thruU head and houlder under the ttreeia from the pall will bo prevented by this. Imitation Pearl. Very drier Imitation of pearla havo hern tnado by fllllni: thin claa jlulha with u ilutlon of tlh kcalt lacre. rol Whcra tha Rub Cornea. It It freiueiitly ruder to count the rot than It l to pay It. Hoton Llka a Squirrel. man rarely iHkh for tho root of jivll until ho llnda hlniMlf up u trie. hurtoona MaKadne. ! . A nw-M- On of Human Waya. thlnka hi one cood of Inncrvlly) Hrrr notlco how every one of the aablt It thr Cotton In Day of Htrodotui. Tlie rarlleit liientlon of cotton wai y Ilrrodotu, who tpoke of It at tree ool, thr name It Mill bear a In Ger tan and other inntliieiilnl Iniirnnrr. Mr, Davit Tellt Hit Experience. Might Charge the ValtL em nieatuiitii: IS feet avrttx Ita Tho following brief account ot aa A Poulh Wale miner charged with Interview with a Utncuster man four ouiMrolrhiit lee. Irapplnc bird wai found to be wear yoara ago. and H tequol. will bo read luc three coata. A thl might havo with keen Interest by every citizen. Looka That Way. To n person, five feet tall itamllne (een due to an overfish! rn the part W. O. Davit. Ul!or, Dauvtllo IMke, of hi valet It not Included In the 511 I ho. bench at "Sonvo tlmo oco my Kiulde. thr tmrl LanaitiT. ray churee. Punch. Umilnn bout two and threvurter uillea kidney a wore In l condition. I uf. iway. fored with paina acrtwe my back and New Code Berry, through my loin. My kldnoya wrro A coffee berry free from caffeine Irregular In Banana Stalk for Horat. action and 1 had to get Chottpod hananu ttalkt, uied a aoon (row wild In llodocnicar forvnta voutb up nuiny time at night to poaa the aca the fruit ha been harvwtod, uiunlly cretion. I had ronaklorablo ttooplnt; have it Vott Dauphla The tree rrn uied In Queennlaud for fecdlnr twelve to twenty feet hlch with ntunll- - over to do And I Ixnumo oatlly tired ir leave than thte of the ordinary and languid. IMin' Kidney I'llla .offee tree, and n yellow loitead of red brought rWlef and I think they nro a Jerry. "No Uh Talking." fine kidney medicine" When a woman declare there I no AGAIN rilAlKS D0AN 8. o Inlklnc. whut khv uiraua It that Ponlble Economy. Over four years lator Mr. IXivla here I no uie In nnybody eUti talkOne day when Jamt waa taking a blwayii jlad to tay a good walk with hi icraudimither they met tald: "I am ie. Columbia llreiinL word for IVuuu'n Kklney I11U'. When 1 a man who had hi claic o far down that he could euilly loik over havu aymptoiu of kidney trouble Wearing of Olovia. glvo mo relief." After thry had p4ied htm Doon's ar auro .to Glove were uied at far hack aa tho them. COc. at ull dealtra time of tho cave dweller, but they Jaine tatd; "Qrandmother, why doea Ca, Mfr.. Iluffalo, K Y. were not w orn by all claatra of people he look over hit glanea; I he ufraM of nearlnc thrm niit until the Ulieiiih reMorv The llrttuh muoum coninln n'pl-de- r ALL STOCK LIKE SOY BEANS Crop Take No More Moliture When Planted With Com Than Do Weed Leave Make Silage. Soy henna take no moro moisture! when Ida tiled with corn than do weeili and the lenves mako rich tiluge. TJiej luoor ot caring lor toy ueaus wnu corn It no greater than for corn alone. I'roperly cured, the crop It rvllihiil by all Hock. w-- k-u- 1 re. RAPE EXCELLENT FOR SWINE Leaves Contain High Percentage of Protein Little Tankage Needed to Balance Ration. Uavcs of rope arc high In percviir-ag- e of protein to dry mutter, and pigs fed corn or barley or rapo patt'urv do not need more than lunkhga or It equivalent In ollraeal, tmttrnnllk or aklto milk to balance the eeM'll The Central Record, Lancaster, Kyv Thursday.Auf 2, 1 1 920 CARTERS VI LLC' ,$T. MrvOste , HEBRON!, Montomy?kTimprov-Ing- . Why Nurses Wear Hue. I worn by nurrvs because It a "healing" color. Blue blsM STABLE FLY NOW SERIOUS MENACE Iti Harmony y ALDEN Hamlet, Jennings hai purchn. cmI a. rjew player, pltno. Vfhrtareifear cases 'it measles at Mr.'. Mr KffrttMntit9pir'. Bright. Tou rnn't always loll how sharp fellow Is until you sit nn hit point vlw. .Cartoon Msgastlna. And Some Who Do CHAPMAN ot lite Mrs. .Ernest Montgomery was at honje from Lexington Wednesday night. The work on the Consolidated school buildlntr at this place It pro jircsslng nicely. Mr. Arthur Montgomery bought of Mr, Thomas N'orris of HryanUvill?, n calf fot- - 30. 'Mr. William Vanderpool of Lex ington was with Mr. Charles Duncan Vcilncsday night. Mr. Curtis Sadler and little ton of Hrynntsvlllo were with Mrs. Harrison Dean a part of last week. Mr. and Mn, Ratted Vandcrpov' and rhlhlrcn were 'week end quests of Mr. sid Mrs. William Vanderpool. Mrs. Peachte Grow of this place who Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Roberts in Jessamine County is ilL Mrs. B. F, Scott and little Miss Felda Louise Grow are spendinc the week with Mrs. Buford Tester at Hnndy. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dun can at Coy. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Montgomery and children were with her father, Mr. Charles Coulter near Bryants-vill- e Sunday. Mr. Ernest Montgomery returned home Sunday from Lexington where he had been to see his daughter, Miss Ruth who is very ilLAl's. W. S. Bowling returned honu I'riJny from Richmond where she has ben with her silt or, Mrs. Wilson llond who underwent an operation Neither. There are Hint who entertain Ideal and other) who work them; therett lie, the difference In men.- - Sing 8ln Imlletln. Infinitesimal. Is Far Differ ent Frwn That of Othr of This hiMt (UWilsi, ills. "A well wura Uttle Pests. IS CAUSE OF HEAVY lutentloned, but helpless till mun Miik." commented tlrs. Imta iliirtln. a widow wltlr two little chil dren, nnd known generally i the mot buttling and woman la good-nature- Nr t'us. LOSS eeplng one's mouth venlng Tranvript. It's a very small part of the troo-l- e In the world that Is caused by -- hut. It Breeds ItoMon New Zealand Favors Women. New Zealand was the first eounti-- r !n the world to acknowledge, the po iiiif-a- i rquamy or llie sexe hr rlvlni- women full uffrsre In tWl In Accumulations of Varleua Kinds of VegsUbls Matter and Also In Manure Spraying Is Not Satisfactory. (lYtpar! Planeu Without Moons. t tin I The only planet have nn moon an? those nenrvst the sun. namely Mercury and Wnu. Counting our nun mMn, the system of planete possesses no (ewer than 27 moons. Ntw York's Crsat Fire. Ooe of New York' grruteM Bret started on Sept. 21. 1770. lx days after the British raptured the dty. Trinity church anil im other build Ings were destroyed. ay Tit Ioglc Obsolete Word. What has become nf that good old word "esrnsr Folks a,re "setting." are "paid" and are "making" so much a day. Itut nothing I said about anybody "earning" nnrtliliie.-l.- os Angelea Times. A Tlio acute pain pnxluol by the Mle of tho stable tly brlnys to any 11111 a sudden that this liltlnt In ct Is Klntelly ttlffrrent from t)n lionw ily or tjphidd , rly, nlthouati hllherto bis opinion may have Imi-i- i that the two wen Identical. Caut Heavy Losses. At times this tly exceeslte- ly nbimduut and Kval(His lieury lwe anion; neurly all claM- - f lire r stiH'k. In und year out It Is n ourct of invnt annoynmv, ciwlally tu hooes nnd csltle. and Is nn -t. iiiiiiinon and penlnteiit llie adult stalilu tly rvsefuhle the hoiiM ily, but Is sllclitly bnuider nnd fexils prluclpslly on the MimmI uf mil dials, wblrh It draws ulih Itx lone, pierclni; mouth imrts. It breeil In no ciiiiiulatlniis of varloiis kinds of vtr etnble matter nnd uImi In innuure, poclally when the InMer Is mlxiil will) Mrnw. Wnn Straw stocks heeiMlie wet e Yi-a- mnt by lh of L'nltJ fllalr Asrtmltiitt.i tUpari came to Holitijr' houv A lnt Christmas drew grandma nked Hobby what he wanted, Smtn Clnn to bring. "Well," he snHrnil, "mnt anything, except no more twin." Absolutely No Mare Twins. year nco laM tiirUtiiiH .twins nir for Mcsdames R. L Tracy and Clarence Nnylor are entertaining as their guests Misses Ethyl and Stella Brat-to- n of Lancaster and Miss Fannie Ford of Lexington. " Rtvetstlon of Character. It Is la the relaxation ot security; It Is In (he expansion of prosperity; It Is In the hour of the dilation of the heart, and of Its softening Into fes-- 1 tlvlty and pleasure that the real char-- , of men iillcemetl. Iturke. ' New Gtrm Foe. Recent study has proved that th Juices of lemons, ornnge. onions an germs. Those ol rnrlle kill irmon anil garlic are most esTectlri Aauit Ftmals Stable Fly, Showing In this way. It I the free acid In tht Body Cnlargtd With Blood. fnilt uln Mm the business. nfter tlini).hlnc the riles hrml In lh- - decaying utraw, and It Is this ret The Eyt of ths Cat. if condition which prodttrrs the nf Aa allowing how widely the permanently blue eye of rat differ from von outbreak. Spraying Not Satisfactory. other eyes. It Is noted that Immediate-Sprajlne animals with rvH'llent I the eyes of while rat that are to have permanently Mm eye npn they not very KJitlsfai'tor, but the iiuiiiIht of stable files can be kejit down by shine bright red In the dark. No carlns properly for stable refuse and er colored eye tlov thin. by stacking or nthenvlx dlcpoliis of straw. Tlio Unltwl Stnte demrtim-n- t of nsrlcultun. Washington. has a bulletin "The Stable My, It which will ho ocnt on rniii"it, elves complete Instruction fir th control or prevention of this pest. dlae in 1 oth-act- cr I. C RAISE SUCCESSION OF CROPS It Is Possible to Have Stvtral Good Crops for Table U During Summtr and Autumn. Dy keeping all the canln space stirred and fresh for heeding It Is possible to make a uccelon nf plantlnc nf several good crops to have them for use for a lone season, lty plsntlne sweet com, for example, early In the spring nnd then a couple of short row about every two weeks till the middle nf summer, It Is possible to have sweet com for tuble u for several months during the suiiiuirr and fall. Sneet corn may Imj planted nt Intervals from April to the Inst of July, nnd bunch henns during the snme time. ItndUhcs may lie mid cvmlnc on for um In a fresh slulo from .Mnrrli till the first uf Septeuibur In central Iatltndfr It l Itnposslblo bexv to eliumenite all of the cwhI thing that enn be had freiiti from the garden during the mid die of the Hummer nnd through the fall mouths by keeping all Uie vacant xpnres seeded and through semllug or .vttlug out plants between rows of cnp tbut will soon U out of the. way. town. She bodmadeu rimmI wife; equally, a considerate and enlhln mother. She bad been a widow for the rear. Mhe bnd broualit up her two children In a wuy that wns to the cross es! old asalds In llletivllle, TbsSr lit tie homo wii Inviting-outsidand neat and attractive within. However, mora tlmn otire she hml mad the remark "It Is pretty loiiesoiue without A timn about tlie boiie," fttlt there was noth ing of the husband IniDter about her. Tor the sake of the children I may marry ncsln." she bad reflected, "hut the right mun him not com along Jet.' due day, however, bit serlsed to a A stranger passing along the I eii r. walk halted hellatlnily. He. was seemingly sImmu Ihlrty-tlvof sgr, well dreed 1 am n uelghlMir, he or IlkHr to obenel, "ecoiid house Iieroud your plnce." Oh, I think I have heard nf you"' rvplled Mrs. .Mitrtln lit her open. skiii. taiieous way. "Vou are Mr. Useotube, are jou notT' Why, jes. he nmnted, apNireiitly pleuseal to lienr Ills iiNiiie tliu familiarly spoken. "Vou s.rt, the lioUfcr and lot on the inrner wns part uf some property liiiiientbed lu btilk to relatlvr. In the division I tftdected It as my tHirtlon." Ye. I have heard that you Intended to settle down hen'." "I hae about imide up my mind to to that toon," suld Vlrtor Usrombe. The louginc for n lionie of my own has Influenced me. I am a lawyer In the elty, twenty tulles away, n lonely, unmnnTed mnli, and the dally ride would lx restful after the grime nnd grind of the ilay." "Then jour wife I beg pardon, your mother or other relative would keep began Mr. Maryour !ume for )oii tin. "I hnte not a Ihlug rvlatlou In the world that I know of." remarket) J- ciiiuIm-- . "but theie I an old Indy, a former htnekeeY of our family, n Mrs. iMsne who might be clad to come and lake cure of the Iioum on the guaranund I hat written tee of n her. The ieopl next door, the Kn- tons have welcomed me In a friendly wmj. mid hate tidd nm ntxnit jou nnd jour dear little one. 1 am very fond of rblldn-u- . pud I tlnd miseir so fortunate In the wny of tvlgbbor that I Ih. nnd Ut I lmll be I ery comfortable your am taking up Hut contented. time. The Kastotis art; away, ami I wanted to see If I could borrow n step ladder until I can tinier one." Mrs. Mnrtln led the way to a nhed with a cheerful, accommodating "help yourself." If MsCtiuibe had been at tracted by her charming manner, tits favoraEle. opinion was enhanced as h stood within the structure. It held a full complement of garden tools, each one lu Its own place, clean and bright. Order and neatness wero certainly characteristic of this most excellent neighbor, lie selected one of the threw step (adder, carried It away ami ree )ers !." - and Bradley Long were guests of MUaJTUIma Ingle Tuesday. 4 C. S. Roop Is at home this week. Jf.Xi Center bought of J T. Pope Several from here attended tha eight POO pound cattlamt HH cents. Ilerea Fair. He also bought of Joe Hughes a Faye Pennington spent the week hunch of fat cattle at 7 He. , end with homefolks. Mrs. Robert Shears sutertaned at J. I). Carter made a business trip a party In honor of er son, Mr, Bradto Lancaster recently. ley Long and hi friend Mr. Herbert Miss Anna Allen of Anderson Intl.," Anderson of Indianapolis Saturday Is visiting Mrs. Clarence fireen. evening. Miss Holle McQutrry of this place Mrs, W. T. Doolln and Miss Obi spent Saturday and Sunday with her Doolin who were returning from homefolks. Danville fortunately found shelter In Little Haxel Matlock has been the bridge during the hardest of the confined to her room for several day's storm on last Friday afternoon, Tho with tonsllitls. badly frightened they arrived home Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green and safely. family and Miss Anna Allen of An The terrible wind nnd hall storm derson Ind., were the guests of Mr. of Friday afternoon did much dam and Mrs. C. S. Hoop nnd daughter age to crops and gardens in this viMiss Cora Sundny. cinity. The corn blades were shred- led In mam instances teavlnir the McCREARY. bare stalk Mr Ed Naylor had eight acres in tobacco that was almost comMrs. Lixxle Walker Is In Richmond pletely ruined by the hall. Mr. Kd visiting relatives. Perkins' tobacco was greatly damagMr. Anion Hay spent Fridsy night ed and his stripping room was comwith Mr. Kyle ilradthaw, pletely wrecked by the storm, one end Miss Annie Ijiyton was the week of the barn was alto damaged. end guest of Miss Irene llradshaw, Jut recently a "noun dawg" enMirs Marlon Terrill of Richmond is tered the home of M. Ryle (son, took with Mr. and Mrs. S, M. Turner for a large piece of meat from the dining several weeks. table. This dog knows a bargain Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Ray nnd chil when he sees it and does not hesitate dren were guests Sunday of Mr and to grab It. It was probsbly the same dog that stole an 8 pound ham from Mrs. Davis Sutton. Mr nnd Mrs. Davis Sutton and Mr, a kitchen table a few weeks before this, He did It so deftly that a son qf n and Mrs. Bryan Wilmot were In Ham would have been accused of Wednesday. the theft hail it not been for a trace Miss Mary Stella Hamm of Somer at the screen door where he had some set is the guest ot Misses Margie and difficulty in making his exit Kate Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Long enter-nine- d Sunday her parents Mr and Mrs. Dave Anderson and family, Mrs. T. C, Jenkins Is spending sev BACK eral days in Crab Orchard with her 'N9HIT If ttiM'i sl . Ofcowt inwifli t' m 4 s parents, Mr. jnd Mrs. T. O. Hill, . ra u thKMivora,t urn,twix. i nt inm. Mr, and Mrs. Kugrne Uradshaw nun mKtr tfatraii tulml nnd baby spent the week end with YwtM't her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dunn. V4staciii. SSnr hiTrr It ni rUh Mr. and Mrs. Walker llradshaw nndi iuuat roc 7c family, Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins' STORMES DRUG STORE. and Mr. John Sanders were in Crab I I ...... I I I f I f wrcoaru ounuay to see .ir. un.i urs. Maw w. C(lt I II. T. O. ., ' It I. .twiut . K.,.t.i . the collar came Into tifltjt as a com ed nt dinner Sunday his parents, Mr.,mw, Proposition. It has been augtb "Vkta- - of teeth or end Mrs. Jodie Curd and Mr and"t,t',, w,,h nlch Mrs. Otti Cunl and son of Mercer Oil r J5?imt or ,Hr' .s.aa lL.. Ie I.cx-Ingto- ECZEHA JbIm. -- 11 ' -- IUUI11J. fern collar. -- that fnrAn. mnuvi iK. ITJ IMI-- l- MAKKSBUKY Frank Tarrrncr oJJ to weanling calf for $23. tssa fsx.U VA Nnylor J For UpToDate ' lnstfHsi noon.dny dinner for Mrs. Ingle and Giittnn n a over, 100,000 HAPPY FAMILIES in every state in the Union in your own neighborhood have summer warmth in their homes in coldek weather with the patented CaloriC Pipclcss Furnace. i turned about an hour luter. "I ban got to trouble you again," he said. "Vou see, I am getting Uio but I am furnish hue luthenler to mper andup,don't seem wall lusting oit f ,VftfeloriC? "T ..1 , tribute to CaloriC leadership and success! Can you afford to out imitations, or heating experiments ymhc,x 'ou ca Bet the genuine time-proven What a magnificent SUMMER SPRAY AIDS APPLES Iowa Farmers Maks Profit of S10.75 From an Investment cf 60 Cents on Each Trts. profit of 1 10.73 from au Invest-'meof 00 rents Is the sum mudo by with the Iowu furnyrs wUp the Iowa experiment station and their county agvnts In tha summer spratiig In mcli of 11 ordemonstrutlons. chards In P) counties npreseutlnK every section of the state, there went 18 tree sprayed. A yield of 7 bushels was received from tint sprayed trees while the trees from the same orchards yielded only "H bushels eaclu Tim 'sprayed, apple brought from $2 to S3 a bushel and the imaprayed one brought only $1. The trees sprayed four times during the year at 'it cost of cvnta apiece for material, labor, and depreciation on the sp'ruy outfits. A The C.nlnnC - St,eve Company, Cincinnati. Ohio, makers of quality heating appliances for 101 years, and today largest manufacturers of warm-a- ir furnaces in the world. TheManufacturer's guarantee 70 degrees warmth in your home in coldest weather or money back. Our personal guarantee you must be satisfied. Place, your order now for early installation to we can give you the very bent Bemcc. tlif nrrvlnof. wi Mnnlfru- nf a w Tl, wii I vil a av 1 n Hasdden Bros. SORE SHOULDERS OF HORSES bns of Common Ailments While AnU tu ask her." ' , malt Are. at Work III.PIlttnV. city Collar Is Causa. whisk broom." o make It work with "Oh. no, that (.crutches and niieara," xptnlned Mrs. Martin. "I'll Jut come over nnd start you lu right." ami he selected n broom, over which 'he tlitl n soft towel, nnd u long banditti dus ter, nnd devoted halt an hour tu teaching him. It wa two hours later when she looked over Into the Knstnii yard that she made tho forceful remarks as to the stupidity nnd Impracticability of Itefore going mankind In gem-ruaway the Kastons bad put out an ly morning washing on the line, roinbe bad burned out the chimney of his new- - home. Clouds Of soot bad descended, The clothes wetv a iftniikiil. soiled mas of grime. Mrs. Martin almost wept. She set her Hps grimly, removed the line, washed' 6vit tlm soot clouded clothes and reiet them. "Tho Huston would never sjienk to htm again If they came homo and discovered bl neighborly act." hoUIo- lulzcd Mrs. Murllll. "but I'll be pa tlent with him and try and steer him clear nf the pitfalls of masculine housekeeping." Ily the end of the week she bid won the pennuiient good will of her mis guided .neighbor by her counsel sud cooperation. It was then, that Llscombo learned of the cloths washing lucl- lent. Hhleldlng mo "Vou noble womuul from unutterable animosity," hn apoko. Hut I'm never to get settled, I think. Mrs. Uoauu cannot come to bo uty houM'ket'iMir" 'And you are looking for another one" Intimated Mrs. Martin demurely. "I've got her picked out, answered .tscombe, with audacity, "but I want her us a wife its well, aad I'm afraid l. laughter, of Danville Illinois. Miwi Juanita Dunn of Lancaster! has Just concluded a weeks visit with I Miss Stella Doty. A revival meeting 'will begin at, feasant Grove Chuch August 23. The pastor w ill be assisted by Rev. W J. Clark. Mrs. Luther Burdette entertained few friends at 'dinner in honor of Mrs. Ingle and daughter. Miss Thelma last Thursday, Mr, and Mrs, John Depper and Mrs. Depper's mother, Mrs. Humphrey, of Hards town are guests of Mrs. Ed Sut ton and Miss Eugenia Pollard. Ijitt Tuosday evening Miss Marie Ray gave a very delightful party in honor of Messrs Bradley Long and Herbert Andersen, Miss Pearl, Crutchfield of Lancas- ter, and Messrs Herbert Anderson Plumping, Heating,. GuiieringJ Roofirig, Repenting, Tin Work SEC OR PHONE P.B,Williams&Co Lancaster, Ky, Quick Service and Good Work $i er HS should have used SWP House Owner: I had tlus paint put on last ywu and look at it now Painter: It doesn't Uiku smm no point expert. Owner: But how lonij for tb wvMthur to show up poor paint, wms 1 jo know it was poor paint f Tm , fssM-EO- Sjsswfensjtnsj HtatHti ' . .tesVMnMrts ladr. I UMHeT" re "Some marked the c6ili(try lady archlyr "Oh, po" spoke t.Ucombt, anftly. linn of lUa. commoa sUliaaats ot pjiroachlng ueartr, "Mrs. Martin, horse wbeti.they are sttvork ta'aortJ would you ckauge yijur iume t Mw folnts of th stioulders, t, SarM If I.ali-you. I to love the hnulders are usually caused by the Children uud UiHr tsothefr toot" he colTsr l.elttii too widewrtoo Jng. The dded In a greut burst uf honest sIik eerily, and'Mie-illi- l Jrv" not withdraw tur r""lii a p4.P"1 B tsjstsrswi tr um nauii miw im luviug 'Us-comb- paint for rMarly fiRy ytsars; makisic nHfrem aosnrata txniuiaa, muanj and grindtnc k with powerful matthisiaVy, manubtaurifnc uvvry IwsjraJi puuiacisiast what all the yeunt of twivfienca have taught them U tho beat. That Company is tiw Jsfwrwin-WUliam- a Compsysy and the paint ia known tout paimtrau5rV. nt Puintnr; It doesnt take a patm eaport to pt?VAab;e paint thrsw days), sjwt ordinary intellsysssasv. Fr guineas vox cugrt tc "keow that there a Oxnpany of pwH xp jhut havu Ixwn trwicin houvi 7mm jmmltr m right, tu iwamaraw V wet mi hmmmm mmmmn in thi tmmtn. If ymm want i jmmr kmmm W pmintmd gmt SWr ram w. em, - Bostin Lumber : Company.