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Burch, against Monday night and organized a Coxmure good to Lancntter and Garrard Mr. F. M. Ware awarded damages to Rooterelt Club, and a more enthu County, than the "(Jet Acquainted" ton. LEXINGTON the Failure of Burch in the turn of $6,000. Mr. iaitlc bunch you tcarcely ever see. ctttmati's tour, under the auplce of the Hurley FRANKFORT KV-J- uly Rowan Saulley wai awarded damages The meeting was called to order by movement for a cutout of the Commercial Club, which visitThe visit of the Chamber of Com tobacco crop in 1921 is indicated by of condition, contained in crop re. In the sum of $500 against Mr. Ware. J. E. Robinson, chairman of the Dem nort lsiucd Saturday by W C, llnnnn ed the town of llryantiville, Ilnena merer of Lexington to our city on Several months ago near Moreland ocratlc County Committee and spoke report from mnts meetings In eighHickman and llourne, yester- May 11th, latt, while on tour of the Commliiionvr of Agriculture, and the Vitta, Importance of such a club and teen counties Saturday. Illuc Gra section hat retulted In the Attorney Ilurch and Mr. Saulley were of the Bluegrass counties voted solidly United State Bureau of httlmate. day. driving toward Danville in a buggy the results that can and will be de Promptly at nine o'clock yesterday Louisville and Nashville Railroad against the cutout, while outlying were made up before the recent mini when their vehicle was struck by an rived from such an organization in twenty-fiv- e automobiles placing in service (effect August 15) counties in most Instances voted for and how n reduction of 5,940,000 morning, up on the Public Square between Stanford and Cincinnati the automobile driven by Mr. Ware. Hoth the coming campaign. pound in the tobacco catimutr, which were lined gentlemen were thrown out. Mr. On motion, difly seconded, Mr. A. it. "mii-h- t Results by counties fotlows: be incrrftied or decreatcd and all filled to their capacity, every- LEXINGTON SPECIAL a thru full Ilurch sustained a broken leg and oth- D. Avant was unanimously chosen deVettibuled electric lighted fait train For Cutout Owen, Bath, Carroll, liter, dependlnc on the weather. body happy in anticipation of the er injuries nnd was under treatment president, of the club and Hilly Miller lightful day, and none were disap- to and from Central Union Station Fleming, Grant, Mason, Nicholas, Corn and potatoes howcd up better in the Danville and Itoyle County hoi-plt- wat likewise unanimoutly chosen its pointed. Cincinnati via Lexington. Shelby nnd Montgomery. Total, nine. The report follow: selections for several weeks. Mr. Saufley secretary. Two better After several pieces by our own The Commercial Club of this city Against Cutout Fayette, Frank- -, Tobacco show a allitht reduction was not so seriouily injured as was could not have been made, ns both of rat- Lnnraitcr Hand, of which everybody on thr .late of the visit of the pro lin, Harrison, Jeisamine, Henry, from July etlmate. becaute l proud, drcftrd In their new uni - 8rcive buiines men of the lllue Mr. Ilurch. Mr. Saulley is the dep. are fine young men, po'rular, ener Mndiion, Boyle, Woodford and Oldher poor condition In some wctloiu. uty United States Marshall for this getlc and will whoop up the boys given better Grass metropolis called to their at- but a there U a big acreage In the form, they have never district. Mr. Ilurch was formerly from now until the November elec- ham. Total, nine. Each county is entitled to one vote Hurley belt, which partly make up muslc than on thi occailon. Headed tentlon the great need of cloier and county attorney of Lincoln county tion, when Cox and Roosevelt will go the in the convention here next Wednesetem by Tourmaster W. A. Farnau hun- better railroad facilities from this nnd made the race tome yenrs ago for over the plate. for the reduced acreage in lection to Lexington. The Chamber day at 11 o'clock when final action Kentucky, and both section can yet motorcade of 25 cars and one disPresident Avant hni called a mass twenty-liv- e of Lancaster's of Commerce thru 1U President, Commonwealth's nttorncy in this will be taken. make a full normal yield If given fa dred and Mr. Ilurch was represented by meeting for tonight, (Thursday) at II. Frnnk Jones and Secretary, Manager trict. The results of the county convenvorable weather, th etimate of to best citiiens, made the start for Judge E. V. Puryear, of Danville, and the court houtc, when other members antsville, which was the first stop on Frank Dunn immediately upon their tions are laid to ilgnify almost posibacco production i not greatly re Mr. Sautley by George D. Florence, will be ndded to the club. They ex return took up with the management The United State total to our schedule. duced. pect to get a membership of at leait tively that there will be no cutout, as While the crowd there was not as of the Louitville and Nashville thru of Stanford. bluegrass counties, with their much bacco crop is comlderably larger than 500 before the week is out. large as we had expected nnd desired, General Agent Frank II. Carr this larger production, probably would not lait year'. COME TO THIS DEMOCRATS. Hill. never-the-l- e It was made up with matter. After the subject had been Corn YUld ItXart. MEETING TONIGHT, and Join the yield to a vote by counties, even quality, and we were warmly greeted. thoroughly gone into by the manag T. O. Hill pasted away SunMr. should counties not yet report swell Probable corn production In Ken Club, the vote in favor of the cutout to a tueky l ettlmated at 96,941.000 buth After a few piece by the band, we ing hrad of this great system they day evening at nine o'clock in Crab majority. eb, compared to a July 1 estimate of were entertninrd by a welcome hi decided to place in service this splen Orchard where the had been several Woolfolk. by Mr. Hogan HalUrd, in did train, to be known at the LEX weeks for treatment. She has been At a meeting of about 200 Fayette Hrt.170.000 and n crop lait year of INGTON SPECIAL operating with In ill health for two year. The remains of Miss Anna Lee growers, behind closed doors, it wat After 82X00,000. Wheat i ettlmated at utual happy and eloquent atrain. Mr. W. A. Farnau, who wa mnster out change of cars to Cincinnati via having influenza in January 1018, her Woolfolk, eldest daughter of Mr. and the concensus of opinion that this fl.30 1.000 bushel, compared to a July 1 etimate of fl.275,000 ami a pro of cerrmoniet throughout the day. Winchester, Lexington and Pari. health had been undergoing a gen- Mn. W. T. Woolfolk of Lexington, county will never enter into an agree whom all are indebted to for the mis is trie xastcit train now in ser eral decline, and she died of n com- were laid to rest in the cemetery ment for a cutout even if every' other duction of 12,029.000 last year: pota and success, of the tour, after a short talk vice between Lexington and Cincin plication of disease. Mrs. Hill was here Sunday afternoon at 6 o'clock. hurley growing county does so. The rt.355,000 compared to proipecU explaining the object and rult to nat, making the run between these born September 13th, 1860, and died Miss Woolfolk had been in declining Fayette meeting named three dele 1 for fi.V71.000 and a crop lait July year of 5,040.000, and tobacco, 431 be expected from the "Get Acquaint cities In .three hours, stopping only Auguit 16th, 1920. She was married henlth for a number of years, but at gates to the convention here Wednes0(0.000 pound, compnrod to a July ed" meetings, introduced Mr. It, II. sijuth of Latonia at Falmouth, Cyn- - td Mr. T. O. Hill September 10th, the time of her death, seemed strong day. In two counties, resolutions were 1 ettimate of 437.5SO.000 and lait Tomlinson, who nddrcxed the crowd thiana, Paris, Lexington and Win 1879, and was the only child of Mr. cr and better than usual, when on with much earnestness and feeling. Chester nnd making all stops between John Tenter who preceded her in Friday evening nt 10:30 the end adopted in favor of curtailing the year1 production of 45(5,500,000. The other peakers here being G. II. Stanford and Winchester. See time death about ten months ago. Her came, suddenly and without warning acreage. Franklin County growers Fruit Crop Good. and "Uncle Tandy" table published in thi paper. The funeral services were held at voted to limit the crop to five acre mother, who was Margaret Burton, Kye production u entimatc.l at 035, Swinsbroad Quiicnberry. her home on North Broadway, Sun with two and a half acre! more each Thli is unquestionably thr belt ier before marriage died forty-eig000 buthelt. compared fb 744,000 wa up ily thi time afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev 100 acres up to 300. buheU latt year! oat at 11.015,000 und we were offour schedule Vita, rice ever esiaunsneu irom tni sec years ago, while she was left mother. dayM. for lluena Tinder, of North Middletown. a tion to central and norther Kentucky less at the age of twelve, she was F. Oldham County growers would compared to 9.000,000 bush buihcU where we were due to take lunch and and Cincinnati nnd is greatly appro blensed with one who filled her moth- close personal friend of the family, place the limit at (wo acres for each el latt year; barley 112.000 buthel 1 elated and will be well pntronixed by er's place well, Mrs. John Teater, and presiding, assisted by Rev. T. C. Ed 50 acres of ground. compared to 100,000 bushel latt meet the people of thi section nl Mr. Will Scott, one of the the traveling public. Thi Hraln in to whom Mr. Hill was devoted. She monds of the Christian church, with Shelby county, voting against the 1,03(1,000 o'clock. year and tweet potatort prosperou farmers In that sec addition to the equipment mentioned is survived by her husband and four the Rev. B. C. Horton of the First cutout, also urged that the 1920 crop bushel compared to 1,OHO,000 buth- - most tion of the county, very generously above carries Pullman Parlor Car nnd children, Mrs. Walker Bradshaw, Mrs. Methodiit church, Lexington, pre be held foo. satisfactory prices. el last year. tendered the party the u of hi mall and express. The LEXINGTON Talbott Jenkins, Mr. Jesse Hill of siding. hile the cuUout plan seemingly Is Fruit I a good crop In Kentucky our dinner were to SPECIAL together with the thru Buckeye, and Smiley Hill of Lancas front lawn The- - body was then brought to Lan on shaky legs, the movement for oras a whole, apple being estimated at be spread, where he having already provid trains to and from Louisville (No 27 ter. There was also one infant son, caster for burial, where amid a large ganization of a Burley Growers' As 5,083,000 bushel and peachc 1,626,-00- 0 ed, two large tub of ice water, which ami 28) gives to Lancaster the best John, who died about thirty five concourse of friends and relatives. sociation seems to have made much buthel. The condition of other was eagerly consumed by the thirsty the remains were laid to rest in a bed headway. train lervice in Its history. Our hat years ago. crops in Kentucky U reported a fol tourists. Under the large sugar trees are off to the LOUISVILLE AND She united with the Methodist of flowers, the number of which were Organization Plant In Making. lows: Alfalfa, 90 per rent; millet 80; the lunch was spread and a grand NASHVILLE and also the hustlers In church at Gunn's Chapel at the age beautiful in their mute expression of John W. Newman. Versailles, for pasture, 88; cowpea. 80; field bean, picnic It proved to be. By the time of twelve, where she was ever a love and sympathy. A short burial mer State Commissioner .of Agricul 90; tomatoes, 91; cabbage, 90; onion lunch was over a large, crowd of sur- the HEART of the BLUE GRASS. faithful and consistent member to service conducted by Rev. F. M. Tin ture, chairman of the temporary 92; grapes 82i watermelons, 78; roundings cltixena had assembled and der .assisted by Rev. Palmcter. the time of her death. has named the following' SCHOOL muikmelon. 79; broom corn, 85; and after a very pleasing address of wel- Perhaps no more beautiful spirit committee to meet next Tuesday to . Mrs. Hill wus bom nnd raited near aarghum, 89. con.e by Prof. J. R. Abner, one of our Buckeye and always made her home than that of "Anna Lee" has ever draw up complete plans for the orparty and former townsman of Buena winged its flight heavenward. With ganization, to be presented to the'eon- RECORD-BREAKIN- G here after marriage. Vitta, Mr. A. T. Scott, was Introduc Shows Marked Improv She will not only be sadly misted the weakening of the body, which be. vention the next day:T. M. Dean, the the by her husband and children, but also gan in her young maidenTiood, her Carroll ton; Perry M. Gaines, Carroll-toHeld by I. M. ed and addressed storepeople from did Land platform of the where he ment. by her relatives aud a wide circle of noble spirit developed and expanded T. B. Hill, Mount Sterling; Mer- builness many years before. Others friends. She was a devoted wife and until it teemed her affliction became rjtt O'Neil, Mercer County and James Real Dunn speaking here were, J. E. Itobinton, The report come that the country mother, and made a happy home for a benediction to all with whom the Gay, Owen County. Wm. Fox Logan, It. II. Tomlinton, schools of Garrard County arc full to her family. came In contact. Her cheerfulness Agency. Seven hundred of 1,000 question seating capacity. Mlss Helen Gill, John M. Farra and "Uncle Tandy." Her husband gratified her every and courage, her resignation and naires mailed to growem In the Bur. The next stop was Hickman where recently elected by the County Hoard, wish during her illness and did every thoughtfulnets of others, combined ley belt asking their attitude on the Part of Bruce Farm Sollt Hith. we were scheduled for 2 o'clock. A Attendance Officer, is on her Job with thing in his power for her recovery. with an unfaltering faith and trust cut-ou- t resulted In an even break, reOne of the best sales conducted number of people met the motorcade line enthuiiasm. How the country in the Life Beyond were a source of 350 for and the same number against. cently in Doyle county was that of in front of the store of Holman schools have changed from previous Her friends paid her a beautiful trl marvel and wonder to those about floral offerings and in the Mercer County growers voted to the W. I). William farm, told last Glata. After music, Itev. C. D. years many of them having scarcely bute in the large crowd that gathered at her fun' her. postpone action until the middle of Saturday by the I. M. Dunn Heal Es- Strother, Hilly Miller, John Farra, enough pupils In attendance to keep The sympathy of the entire comtate Agency oi Danville, the total Uncle Tandy" nnd George Drown the school going to the present con era), many coming from a distance. munity goes out to the bereaved fam- January to ascertain market condi Funeral services were conducted at tions then. realized for the farm being some- entertained the gathering of possibly dition of having so many in attend the grave in the I.ancaster cemetery ily and especially to the father and No meetings were held In Bourbon thing over 180,000. 75 people who had assembled. The ance that the tenchers are working Monday afternoon at three o'clock. mother and loving sister Marguerite, and Marion Counties, but the sentione, two and three were Tract, icencry at this place always beautiful, overtime show how well she Is sue. who had ministered so unseltWhly to ment in the latter county Is regarded purchased by Mr. J. M. Croat and Mr, was a delight to the rye of everyone. creding in her work. Miss Gilt in Mr. Hill and family have the deepett and aincerett sympathy of their her in her declining days. May Hope as strongly oppoted to the cut-ou- t. Hendrcn, a former Garrard-Ite- , Thomas Our next and lait top wa llourne, connection with the other school of whisper her comforting words to at 37Q.50 an acre. The com- which proved the surpriiu of the day ficials i bringing the itringent pro friends and the community at large them in the lonely hours, that lire to bined tracts being n fraction over one for the crowd which had nitcmbled, visions of the new law- - to the atten for they have lost in her, n woman of REDUCED beautiful and devout character, but come. twenty-eigh- t acres. wa estimated at 250 people, practic- tlon of the people and Informing the hundred and she has only changed her earthly "There is no death: An Angel form IS Tract number four was purchased by ally blocking the main street, until it parents of their duty to keep their Wnlks o'er the earth, with silent J Lee Murphy, of Iledgevllie, at $300 wa almost impossible for the cars to children in school in a most effective abode to her eternal home. (read, A few of those from a distance County Clerks Lose On an acre, this tract embracing about get up to the store of Mr. W. S. How- and satisfactory way. The require that attended the funeral were, Mr. He bears our best loved thing away, fifty acres. ling, from the step of which the ments of the law are new to the peo and Mrs. Nelson Bogie and son, Mr. And we call them dead. to The SIM by farm which was sold at speaking was to .take place. Many ple and the Attendance Officer is us Bogie, and Mrs. Tom Chcit the same time was bought by Mr. seats und chairs had been 'arranged Ing her best efforts to aid the parents Pvrmella He leaves our hearts all deselnto Price Elliott, the tract containing 107 In the yard of Mr. Howling which did in complying with thr spirit and let. nut of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. A. He plucks our fairest tlowerj, Morford of Frankfort, Mr. L. I acre and brought $147,00 per acre. not begin to fiold the crowd and the ter of the law without annoying the FRANKFORT, KY County Court Slimier and son and Mrs. Duke of Transplanted into blitt. They now C'ol. I. ,M. Dunn was on the block main street was retorted to. The school patron. The Record is Inter- Crab Orchard, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jenkins Adorn immortal bowers." clerks are entitled to 15 cents and and the way he handled the sale speakers here being: Mr. 11. F. Hud- ested in popular education and is not 25 cents for Itsuing dog licemet, and son, Mr. and Mrs. E. Tudor of throughout, stamp him as one of the son, Hilly Miller, - G. Davidson and gratified to report the success of the Newby, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cotton, according to an opinion rendered SatIn the state. very beit auctioneers It. II. Tomlinton. officials in securing these greatly In- Mr. and Mrs. R. Baker of Richmond Contentment exists when WEST urday by Attorney General Charles I. Thi real etate firm is compotcd of Without a single mUhap, the en- creased attendance at the public and Mr. S. N. Morford of Nlcholat-villPETRO Is used. Oils that pene- Dawson. The last session of the Gen Col. I. M. Dunn, Joieph Jennings and tire party reached Lancatter about schools. trate, gas that vibrates, give power eral Assembly reduced the dog liHon. II. G. Fox and their services are 5:30 o'clock, nil happy and with one untold. Get the best and see the cense fee received by county clerk much sought after throughout this accord, pronounced it "The end of n Fine Boy. "difference". Wotch for the "RED from 25 cents to 15 cent and allowed and other states. perfect day." the Commissioner of Agriculture 3 Mr. George DUhon I about the We wish to extend our heartfelt TRUCK." happiest fellow In the county. He thanks to our friends for their kind- Sold exclusively by W. S. CARRIER. per cent instead of 5 per cent of the Estes. is rejoicing over the arrival of a fine Phone 53. license taxes. County clerks have in our written to Attorney General Dawson November. That's the name of the ten pound boy, who made his appearance at his ness shown to utwill ever recent be. To Vote In. reavement. We remember inquiring if they are ent'tled during boy that arrived at the happy home home a few days ago. Dedication. George says the thoughtfulnets extended to us Tennessee yesterday became the of Mr. and Mr. Shirley Kites on that he is undoubtedly the finest baby The dedication of the Gilberts the remainder of the term for which thirty-sixt- h state to ratify the Susan Auguit 11th. He i a bouncing young he ever saw, and that he looks to during these sad hours. they are elected to collect the 25 ctnt Mr. T. O. Hill and family. Creek Baptist church will take place 1(. Anthony Federal suffrage amenddemocrat and Is named for the next much like hit "daddy" he has named on Sunday, August 29th, Rev. O. E. tax. The Attorney General held that change Congressman from the Eighth Dis- him "George ment. The conititutional of fee not in violaJr." You Will Lose Money! Bryan, of Louisville, will deliver the the reductionsection of the Constituwill become effective in time for the trict. address. Dinner will be served to all tion of the Rev. E. D. Bourland will be one of on your wet wheat, tobacco etc., un17,MW,&00 uoHua of the country to on the ground and everybody is cor. tion that provides that the compensa"When God Laugh." will be the the leaden .at Camp Daniel Boone less prottctad by oae of tkosa new vote In the Presidential election In dlaly invited. The church lie oa the tion, of any city, county, town or mu- - ' November, unlm Ike lower house of subject of. Mr. Bourland's sermon at during tHUY.Feriod atlwt Camp tarpaulins at Frank Marlubury's Crab Orchard pike 4H mile front nlclpal officer shall not be ekatNiedi the Tennessee AemWy reclnd Its the ChristlaruChurch next Sunday for boytThe; period will begin on waraaautal aovertament after hi election or appulatmetit, 'or Lancaster. action In adopting the;, ratification morning. lift subject at the Metho- AuruU 25th and close Sept. 1. during hi term of office, and'that the UU. weave, duU filLd, mildew. Lancaster's-HigSchool boys rtaof and tie resolution, which passed yasterday by dist Church In, the evening union serattack!. Salt, The wit man spends his money, Legislature' had the right to reduce ' vice will be "The ChrUtlan'ConrtlcL" 'will accompany MrJBourkind. . lag fait. OaljriW. The fool blows It In. a vote of 49 to 47. the compensation. CORN OUTLOOK I1RICIIT Ian-caiter ad-dr- rs COX-ROO- SE A GRAND DAY LEXINGTON $5,000 DAMAGES COUNTIES TIE ON TOBOCCO'CROP Thf "Pint-- Apniin infprl" SPECIAL Awarded to W S Burch BURLEY CUTOUT VELT CLUB Output, Estimated Be lour rroves wuiic Tmins 39 an(J 4Q New OF STANFORD, AGAINST MR. F. Organized Here Mon Even Break In Mass a a. n. outLL. rpi m.. . o j M. WARE, WELL KNOWN Me. fore Rains, Reduced Meeting said to Foreiv i in u li iiui ourvicu i. day Night. KINNEY CITIZEN. MUCH GOOD WILL RESULT... In State 5,940.000 and from Cincincast Failure of In circuit court at Stanford lait staunch yonne About Nothing that has ever been atSaturday, the jury trying the case of democrats met at the court house latt Pounds. tempted or accomplished, will redown nati via LexingPlan. . i No-Cr- op twenty-fiv- e to, ht ATTENDANCE Sale n; Estate FEE O..K. Appeal Attorney General. 1- Satisfaction Prevails. e. Card Of Thanks. WOMENGIET RIGHT Ralph Gilbert 1 Stv-eral'- of , h re, fhe Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 19, 1920 SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th A BIG DAY IN LANCASTER ESTATE AN ALL DAY SALE REAL IN AN ALL DAY SALE FreeDinner-Bras- s Band LANCASTER AND SUBURBS Free Dinner-B- r ass Band Money and Presents Given Away. AT Money and Presents Given Away. AUCTION INVESTIGATE THE PROPERTY. DWELLING HOUSES, BUILDING LOTS FOR DWELLINGS, BUILDING LOTS FOR BUSINESS HOUSES. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY REAL ESTATE IN LANCASTER AT YOUR OWN PRICE. THE OF SALE WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON THE PUBLIC SQUARE AT 10 O'CLOCK. OR-DE- : : i R THE TOMLINSON LOT, ON Square and corner of Lexington Public St. Lot fronts on Public Square 15 feet, on Lexington Street 40 feet. This is the best lot for a business house in Lancaster. Some of you business men who have been renting get busy. Some of you who have been loaning your money at six per cent buy this lot. build on it and make twenty-fiv- e per cent on your investment. NO. 2. A SPLENDID BUILDING lot fronting on Paulding Street. This is the lot purchased by Kinnaird Brothers from Mrs. Hamilton, but it was too good a lot to put a garage on. Frontage on Paulding Street of 56 feet,.with depth of 120 feet. Splendid for a dwelling, business house or apartment house. NO. 3. THE LACKEY PROPERTY on corner of Danville Street and Paulding Street A brick residence of five rooms, hall and basement. Also several good building lots. A dandy place for an apartment house or to build several bungalows, or buy it all and have the most desirable building lot in town. NO. 4. THAT SPLENDID DWELLING of A. F. Sanders on Danville street; on the North side of the Street. A new No. 1 . NO. 5. ANOTHER SPLENDID -- porche, hot water furnace, electric 10 room dwelling. 2 stories, 2 halls, 2 lights, bath and toilet, double garage, wood shed, coal house, stock barn and large lot, with good garden, nice front yard .concrete walks, alley in the rear of the lot. This is one which will bear close inspection. Modern and up to date in every particular. The dwelling is built of the very best of lumber. Don't fail to look this one over before sale date. gain for somebody. NO. 7. TWO HOUSES AND LOTS for Dr. Printus Walker, both located on Campbell Street. One a lot 42x210 feet, with fi room dwelling, 3 porches, 2 pantries, basement; barn. The other a lot 50 x210 feet 6 room dwelling, hall, 2 porches, barn; meat house. This property is located right up in town convenient, and no matter what it brings on sale day is boun 1 to increase in value. We are not attempting to go into complete details in description of these different properties, but we ask you to look them over carefully as the bidders fix the price. dwelling on Danville Street. That handsome home of Jones L. Anderson. Just outside the city limits; all the advantages of the City without town taxes. This is new property, modern and up to date. 10 rooms, bath room, basement, water works, electric lights, hot water heat, 2 halls, concrete porches, servant's house in yard garage, poultry houses and yards, barn and splendid garden, one acre of land. NO. 6. HOUSE AND LOT OF Henry Moore, on Crab Orchard Street. This is a brand new, up to date, S room dwelling, bath room, pantry, 3 porches and splendid enclosed sleeping porch. electric lights, water works, double garage and other out buildings. S5 ft. frontage, 200 feet depth. On the South side of the street. This is a beautiful place to live and a splendid home. Be sure to examine this one carefully. Here is a bar- NO. 8. HERE IS A GOOD ONE. Modern and up to date in every particular. Located on one of the most desirable residence streets in Lancaster. On the South side of Richmond Street. The property of Mrs. Lula C. Johnson. On a splend'Vl lot, 9 room dwelling, hardwood floors, enclosed concrete porch with cistern in porch, bath room, furnace, front porch, concrete garage, electric lights and water works, a splendid garden. Mrs. Johnson now lives in Woodford County and she has directed us to sell this property. It is t6o good to rent out. Had not Mrs. Johnson moved away this property could not have been purchased at any price. Now somebody else will own it and perhaps at a bargain. Seldom one like this for sale. NO. 9. IF YOU WANT A HOME just out side of the City limits with enough land to make a living and money besides look over this property of J. V. Speake. 15' 2 acres, one mile 'from the City limits on New Danvilo pike. A brand new six room vo story dwelling, two porches, cistern, garage, new tobacco barn. 7 acres in grass, balance in cultivation. Good cistern and plenty of stock water. This is first class fertile land. Here is your chance to get a nice home close to town. Look it over. All of this property will be sold on easy terms and for possession some of it at once or for January 1, 1921, just to suit the purchaser. Terms and particulars as to possession will be announced at the sale. Bar(1 Concert throughout the day. THIS WILL BE THE BEST OPPORTUNITY OF PURCHASING REAL ESTATE IN LANCASTER. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE W. A. DICKERSON OR GEORGE SWINEBROAD, WHO HAVE SPECIAL CHARGE OF SHOWING AND DESCRIBING THESE DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. THE REAL, ESTATE MAN. SWINEBROAD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 19, 1920 ORIGIN OF TENNIS DA 1 wow awaw The I U iiKtLCrwd Inheritance , mi j CARDS. j EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY AT SCOTTS BIG STOEE OTHERS ADVERTISE 15 DAY SALES, WE By EVELYN LEE Was King's Sport In; M. S. JO ll'JWritllt AMIib Nlll! 12th. Century-Gam- e "What a deliitniful mistry HATFIELD pretty, Ylolm Irene llirne, but Has 200,000 DeMalice, Wnnl Tretum. tIM mt fwvm DENTIST nUiii- V Inclined to echo th Office ovar Th. Garrard Bank. votees In Amer'Neither Victor Head Ii t Phontt Office 5. Rtsldanca 376. lmrc Jour mimintic vtw. Ir iie. v m -ica Today. KENTUCKY. If LANCASTER. tlie humvuliut np.miwM rep!) 111 u ' v.i.-ii- l i h-- - 4fe m-- U HAVE 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 advertisees 15 Day Sales. Come and get our prices and be convinced. We 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. We have neither Mama nor Dad to pay, but we have bills to pay. Come and see us, you will get a fair deal. Yours for business, THE A. T. Big Store Scott & Son, Props. Wmhlnxton I). C.. Tennis, which put in through ii pTtHl uf mi' ci nia'y ha reached new hcltthts of popular, and suspense, wusting th. lnvt jt'.i; ity thin summer, havlnic 200,000 of our llvci In II gueuork mid American devotees, nccordlntr to a uniting, he couldn't have done It mure Exclusive. recent cstimnte, hat an interrtinic enVcllwly." "I don't see o to waiting nlid uult Optometrist history, which in aummarUed in a Ins, Wanl." ald Irene. "On the im communication of the National -trury, Mr, Ilortelle neems tu have Society by J. R. lllldebrand Mucked nut a iiMMt reum:ilile and DANVILLE, J KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. as followi : l progrittu for you two. Uf "One mutt ifo hack to the Greeks course It means work, nnd you two Office Hours A to 12 and 1 to S a.m. ii ml Romnns for the origin of tennis, hine never ilone much of tlinl, but which wm Introduced Into England when the year Is over, If you go by way of France. In the twelfth through the ordenl cnilltuldy. Jul J- century a game, with ball and plait think how the esjiorleniv will lieiietlt nml uplift you. Of course you and ed gut bat, was played on horseback. FUNERAL DIRECTOR will turt In nt mice I" Then came 'La boude, In which the Victor "I iipMe we, will huve to." rv-Office Over National Hank. hones were abandoned. TIiIj was I hiiiiiiii nni. nui in ii Kruuxiii iun-- . Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 a 'royal game, at least from the time uv nr(. ot ,w that Louis A, tlleil, niter excessive tl,,. future with hopes Hint LANCASTER.? KY. playing and induced chills Chaucer t'nrle IUrte lie mUlit die mid letive us wrote: 'Hut ennstow playen racket his fortune, but I must sny he Mil us to and fro?' While the church found to hellete that we could count on methtng siihstautliit, no mutter what it necessary to prohibit priests on the rontinent from spending too much hnpM'inil," "Ves, I tliluk he has sjulleil you two time upon it. everely. "He has lMiy.," sulil Mora Playari Than Drunkards certainly encouraged you to keep fnm Kentucky '.Murgot was the Molla KJurstedt Milling your ilelliiile white hands, ulid Paint Lick, of the twelfth century, famed especi stay iirntind his linine like tender ally for her back-hanstroke. Henry )ming children who mUlit fall down VIII. of Kngland was n youthful de. nml siuli )our toes If they did not votec, while Louis XIVs heavy ex- hate a guMlug hand. Oil! I cull scold VETERINARIAN. pense account show salaries paid to when you ilesene It, and I always tell I you strictly to Calls the Answered Promptly Day or caretakers of his courts. Complaint follow-ou-truth, nml mhNe t the Injunctions of your dead was heard at one time that there were Night. Phono 317. ginnl nnd kind to uiii'le. who was mi 'more tennis ptr.yers in Paris than you. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY drunkards in England.' In Shake- Somewhat III the same way at that spear's Henry V nre these lines: vary hour Victor Itesd wus recltliu his "When we have matched our rac- woes to Mmlge Steele. The two young men were like linitherx Instead of ket to thexf balls mid the young ludies had been We will, In France, by (Jod's grace, roii-iti- s, close girl chums for years. Mr. Ilorplay n set the iloiihle match, Fine Cut Flowers. Shall strike his father's crown into telle huil upprovnl months before his only for hen-ni- l the haianl." post-lm- e ' death he hud seemed anxious to "Manufacture of the accessories of John M. McRoberts. It. Ills lawyer alone wus uware the game become so flourishing an in- of the fact that some unwise Invi'M-incudustry in Kngland in the sixteenth him. hail oliiuxt N. L. PREWITT Marsh century that appeal was made for n Just ufter the funeral protective taritf against imported hud callisl In the nephews for a I'liclo Ittirtelle planned i irp ely to J. J. Byrne al prtu-lli-a- A. Beazlev ,, ,,. g H. lr-ii- J. PATRICK, Dentist. d Dr. Printus Walker Honaker Auctioneer R. ts balls. Hand coiisultutlon. "I Ui.d For Oat PUBLIC SALE Wednesday, Aug 25 "Until that century the hand continued to be used for batting, but soon the racket came into general use. A match, probably played on a; Windsor Castle court, is recorded in which the King of Cnstlle gave his onoonent 'fifteen' became the latter' used his band. "The meeting at the tennis courts of Versailles was an important step in the progress of the French Hevo-lution. I AT 10:30 O'CLOCK, Of one house and lot in Lancaster, Ky., known as the R. T. Embry Home, situated on Hill Court. This is a desirable home, close to Graded School, Churches and town, with good walks. This property is in good condition, with 8 rooms, Bath and furnace in good repair. Heating ap Bringing Home paratus to heat water for bath room. The Honey. Any one wanting to see the Home call on J. F. Holtzclaw, who will In most communities there are two be ready to show the property. classes of citizens those who produce, nnd those who do not. TERMS OF SALE. The productive class brings home honey. will be sold one half cash and the remainder in one and theThe other class merely consumes The house produces. the two years. Equal installments at G per cent interest until paid, lien re- that whichwould producer hue and cry be less There over the cost of living If more people tained on the said property for payment of deferred notes. would conscientiously produce in. POSSESSION given of the home and garage by the 1st of Septem- stead of. being content merely to consume. Food commodities garden as soon as the crop of vegetables are gath- hard to and othernt best, and the are ber. Possession of the produce ness nnd IndilTerence of the nonered. One 5 Passenger Ford Car for sale. productive class only accentuates Its cow-boy- "Few sports call into play so many, muscles or combine mental and muscular activity to f uch a degree as ten. nis. Kvidence that the Honians toon forsook the Greek ideal of a sound mind in a sound body is found in the fuct that Horace and Virgil could not join their patron, .Maecenas, at tennis because of weak eyes and poor digestion. It was truly a royal game when Kings of France nnd Kngland played it; and It typlifled the demo-crnc- y of the New World when am-- 1 the iafe." bassadors, generals, polltican and, "Hut alt the pmiM-rtuncle owned!" s joined Roosevelt's famous siild Wurd. 'tennis cabinet back of the White, "Yes, and his ttonds and money!" House executive otTicea." added Victor. "Young men," replied Mr. Marsh seriously, "I would adrtse you not to bank on those former assets. To be plain, except for the old home und Ills two stores Mr. Ilortelle left little of value. He was geiicrou und loving to you while In life. He diligent and show your respect for him now In fol lowing out Ida wishes." "We'll do It!" cried Wanl. stirred by u memory of the generous uncle. It was hard for Wanl and Victor to go forty milt's away from old scenes and Irene and Maile, and see them only every alternate Sunday on u tly- lug home visit. It was hanler still to set mind, energies and muscle ut the unfinished task of real work and business responsibilities, but by the end of h month mult showed. Wanl was u natural-borsalesman und hail never guessed It until uow. Victor, pleasant and txipulur, drew business tu the garage. Mr. Marsh commended them cheerlugly for the. systematic tuunner In which they m.iuagcd their respec tive enterprise. An Inkling of the fact that their lot era were not to Inherit untold riches gave Irene and MatPge an economical and Industrious Impulse, and they set at work to plan for the future on H sensible scale. And oue year to the day after the death of Mr. Ilortelle the safe In the lawyer's office was opened. It was empty, except for a oltigle sheet of putter, which read: "It Ward and Victor are the kind of boys I think they are, they will have pmven thenuetvea business men and will value even the little I have been able to save out of the wreck, the two store and the old home," "Wise old Uncle Ilortelle 1" com meoted Ward teuderly. "Oue year has made real business uieu of us, a more precious tirritajce ttuut tU fortuuee we .. Mce lCt0V to mnke to you, young men," he said. "You will notice Mr. IVirtelle'a old safe In the turner of my ortlce here. It Is iiixhi his written Instructions that I i,Vf remowil It. Its coiuhlnutlon Is In a senbil envelop In the bunk safety tleioslt tuult box, directed to be dellv- ere.1 to you one year to n day after his death. Until then the ufe cannot be opened." "Hut why did uncle go to ull this circumlocution)" oke Wanl. "Yes, and what Is In the wife, to be guarded no mysteriously!" questioned Victor. "He told me that I was to reveal these facts to )oii. He directed that both of you arrange to remove to I.up-towhere, us you know, he owns the local furniture store and also a garage. You. Wnnl, are to take charge of the former ns mnniiger, and Victor, In a He hopes like rapacity, the garage. you will work hard to make them pay; you are to have each drawing accounts "of forty dollars per week and make monthly report of the business to we. At tlie end of a year you are to open s but strange (iae some SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky.. F. D. No. 3 The undersigned hereby live warn- tog to all persons not to trespau upjo lur lands for any purpose whatever U we will prosecute all offender to the fullest extent of the law. Hunt- a and fishermen especially Uke notice. R. L. Elkia. Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniel, R. L. Arnold. . Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mr. Emma Hltreinbothasi, Edd and N B. Price. B. C. Rifaby. D. M. Anderson- R. L. Barker B. L. Kelley. J. C. Rljsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy . POSTED $ T ,1 Honest toll is a credit to any man, but many people object to the credit system. The beautiful peace of the old is so benevolently unselfish that one wonders when it commenced and if it will ever end. world I The poor man has reason to be joy f ul In his adversity, lie doesn't have to employ an attorney to keep him out of jail for pulling crooked deals in the realms of hih finance. Idle- Ella Thompson Holtsclaw. Also at same time and place a lot of .Furniture will be sold, con sisting of Beds, Mattresses, Bed Springs, Rugs, Druggets, window Shades and Blinds, Congoleum, etc. One Kitchen Range, One Oil Stove (New Process) Kitchen ta bles, Dishes, Pans, Dish Pans, Lot Dining Room Chan's and many other things. Come and see. Terms on ttousenoia uoous maae known on day of sale. This personal property is sold by scarcity and contribute to its cost. A hive of honey bees is n good thing for mankind to study. The bee that does not work Is not allowed to eat it is not permitted to consume the fruits of the labors of other bees. We humans, with all of our super-lo- r intelligence, can still profit from the example set- - by the little honey bee. Hazelwood Sanatorium For th4 TMJhrwni of Ti&trcuhti Anti-Tub- Future generations may learn to see, where we of today are groping In darkness. The honey bee may teach them. Ever)' man owe a duty to his country. Some pay, and others want the country to pay them. There are. however, some people who are In no danger of entering hell. The door would bo slammed In their MaJnUlntd by the Loulirtlle ailoiii AuocUtion (or ii the sdojuitt treatment of In all lu iu;tl at Ull ttaJt ttst. Kites $15.00 per wtV, Including botrd, medical attention, laundry, etc. Hijh ground tuber-culoi- Delight-f- ul J. Auctioneer. CAPT. AM BOURNE, F. Holtztiaw, Administrator, OF IRA J. HOLTZCLAW. lurroun Jlnp. Special rates for 4uliUni hn WiOu.l II aKMWr. W.MMI mttU. f" OpbHow tuttm S. ItmintVt. At fact. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 19, 1920 Terrific Buying Frantic Selling HO Five minutes after our doors opened the 25 extra Salespeople were working like Beavers, making out that stock ticket which only represented a fraction in many instances of the cost of these goods. A perfect stampede. Throngs Stream Goods Pour Out In CROWDED Packed To The Limit. Jammed All Day Long. AT A Scrambling Seething 9 MORE GOOD BYE Mass of Buyers A PACKED THE STORE ROOM ALMOST TO SUFFOCATION, FROM EARLY MORNING UNTIL CLOSING TIME NIGHT. SO DENSE DID THE MOB BECOME THAT IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE TO GET NEAR THE COUNTERS AND THE DOOR HAD TO BE LOCKED. DAYS-THEN On the overflow which packed the Street, and stopped Traffic it took extra help to handle the congestion. GENUINE CLEAN OUT SALE. ITS THE BIGGEST SELLING CLOSE OUT SALE MONDAY HERE'S YOUR CHANCE ON SILKS. SPECIAL ONE HOUR SALE. EVENT THIS COUNTY EVER SAW. TUESDAY GINGHAMS, VOILE, LAWNS AND SERGES, etc AT GIVE 1 WEDNESDAY Cent AMAZING SHOE SALE. 1 THURSDAY Cent GRAB BOX SENSATIONAL SALE. VALUES FROM 2SC TO 570. Starting promptly at 10. A. M. Thursday morning, we will place on sale several hundred boxes containing choice mer- but if you want to swap your draw with another to set a still better trade, we dont care. That's up to you. Refund, Credits or Exchange, AWAY PRICES. Promptly when the clock' strikes 10 A. M. and again at 3 P. M., lasting in each case ONE HOUR ONLY, we will place on sale Several Hundred yards of fine Dress Gingham, in beautiful and fancy plaids, solid colors and checks, also a choice selection of fine Voiles, Lawns and Serges that will make up into dainty dresses. There will be values in this Sale worth S1.00 a yard. For one hour only in the morning at 10 o'clock and again at 3 P. M. we will sell them at 31 CENTS A YARD. We reserve the right to limit Promptly when the clock strikes 10 A. M. and again at 3 P. M., lasting in each case, ONE HOUR,, only, we will place on sale Several large assortments of fine Dress Goods in Soft Silks, Washable Silks, Satins, Silk Poplins, Pongees, Taffetas in plain and solid colors, fancy plaids and figures. These Silks are worth from $3.50 and S I and in some cases even more. For one hour only from 10 A.,M. to 11 A. M. and from 3 P. M. to 4 P." M. we will sell them at $1.98 A YARD. ' No goods sold to other merchants at these prices, will also auction merchandise at 10 A. M. and 3 P. M. Daily. quantities at those pricec and will sell no goods whatever to other merchants. Auction Sale at 10 A. M. and 3 P. M. Daily. Something undreamed of but nevertheless true, a pairof Shoes for just ONE CENT. We have selected several hundred pairs of shots in all colors and stylos, vici kid. gun metal and patent leather etc. In all cases two or more pairs will be sold to. each customer. The first pair will cest the regular sale price, the second pair will cost just 1 EXTRA CENT. For instance suppose a pair of Shoos is priced at $3.48, you will pay $3.48 for the first pair and then you are entitled to a second pair of shoes from the same lot for just one cent more making a total for the two pairs of $3.4D. We positively can not sell any of these shoos to other merchants at these 'prices. Sale starts at 9:30 A. M. FRIDAY PRIZES. FIRST many times greater that the price of a quarter will be only a fraction of the actual value 25 CENTS. Maybe you will draw a suit of clothes for men, or a box of Hoes, or a pair of work pants, or overalls. .Maybe you will draw a corset, or a silk camisole or some knit underwear. You might get a bolt of Dross Goods, possibly n Ladios Hat, Middy, Waist, House Dress or a mans neck tie. All talcs will be final. No in the store to be sold Blind at the nominal price of 25 CENTS. Each Box will be securely tied with a string and will be sold Blind for just 25 cents. There will be absolutely nothing, no box in the entire lot that is not worth more than the mere selling price of :i quarter and the value in most cases will be so chandise from all Departments To the worst looking auto that carries a sign "To Marsee's Sale or Bust." FIRST PRIZE Pair Shoes. SECOND Pair dming gauntlet Gloves. SECOND To auto that comes the fartherett to at- tend Marsee's Sale. 1st Prize Boys Suit Clothes 2nd. Will fill tank to brim. 3rd To driver who brings the biggurit number of people to Marco s Sale in one Md, frc trt w. 'lArd to Auj.'. L'hth we Hill vivo 1 lair of $10.00 Shoes, iiultf i Wo will a book n the store, di'v- - car Har 'o store as powlbV. come in mimI rogistor. i'n es awarded on clo.inv daU . NOAH MARSEE JR. Bryanttvijle, Ky, ! : t : he BRYANTSVILLE, Bourne. Noah Marsee Jr. , HMMNMNMHHMM La-viCe-tto- KENTUCKY. land Mr. Robert Sowers Mr. and Mrs. Homer Humphrey iBuena Vista were married last week I Sunday. pent Sunday with her parents Mr. (Their many friends wish them a !ong Mesdsmes Elijah McMillian and ' and Mrs. J. E. Sherrow of life of pace and happiness. Harry Folger spent Friday with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grow were in Mr .and Mrs. Steve Walker and Homer Ray. Jessamine Thursday. mi.... i ... til. nnnti ...i i.i. baby of Lincoln county and Miss has Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. Hamilton Montgomery aad chilSpeake were the week end guests of Montgomery of Lancaster spent dren spent the week end in Mtttf porehsied a Maxwell car. Miis Alberta Speake n the Danville the week end with their parents, Mr. with relatives. Mr. Herbert DooNn spent Saturday road. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery. Mines Thelma Simpson and Flora night and SuMray with Lancaster Mrs. Landram Burdette who has i The remains of Mr. William Adams Price have been recent visitors ef friends. been ill with small pox is able to be of Judion Ky.. were interred in Mt. Miss Bert Dailey. Mines ZeWa and Leela Onstott again her friends are glad to Hebron graveyard Thursday after Mitt Mary Francis out Mr. anil Mr. Ilirmnn Datrla snil Mere the gueits of learn. noon at 4 o clock. He was 66 years ! children made a Montgomery Thursday. recent visit with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlett Jenning had of age and was a member of the jand Mrs. R. Z. Price, Mm. O. S. Speake of Burlington Christian church. The family have j Colorado, Is visiting relatives in Ken- as their guests last week end Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis have re-- i Mrs. Underwood and baby of Jena-min- e the sympathy of this community in tucky. turned to their home near Louisville their sad hour of bereavement, but county. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stone are may they be comforted by the words, after a weeks visit here. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Speaks and "Blessed are they over the arrival oft baby Mr. West Fain of BryanUvtllc was that die in the children were the guests Saturday Lord." girl .who caije Wednesday nUl. in this vicinity last week visiting his Mrl-.acousin, Mr. Bernard Ray. Mrs. Taylor 1' resion of night and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Louisville are the guests of relatives Moie Ray and family on Wolf Trail. Mis Flora Price made a delightful WOLF TRAIL. here. visit with Misses Dora tnd Callfe Mines Stella and Ethyl Oratton of Mr. Frank Land shows no im- Scott Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. R. Coulter was clerk for a Lancaster and Fannie Ford of Lexfew day at Noah Manee Jr., dry ington spent the week tnd with thier provement. Misses Zula Calico and Roberta goods store during the sale. grand.parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mrs. Abe Burton was visiting in Kay of Richmond, spent Wednesday Madison Sunday and Sunday night, night with Miss Jeitle B. Kay. Mist Stella Ford Speake of Lan. Thompson. Mr. Buford DooMn formerly of this Mr a.nd Mrs. Elijah McMillian and Miss Myrtle Teater visited Mr. and caiter spent Friday afternoon with place and MIis Bettfe Sherrow of Matter Holman J., were in Stanford Mrs. Allen Teater and Miss Bert Dail her cousin, Mis Ida Speake. i ey and ether relatives lait week. Rev. T. C. Broaddus ana w.fe of Wichita Kansas spent a few iias kit week with Mr. and Mrs. Alien Teater. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley aad little daughter spent the last week end with Mr. and Mrs. Harve Teater. Mrs. Harry Folger and baby were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah the latter part of lait week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and Httle daughter were week end gueits of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clark of "en uaiiey were entertained at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey Sunday. Mks Myrtle Tsater will leave soon for Wichita where she will begia teaehiag w September. Her wany f Hemes regret to see her go but wish her sueceis. and Mis Kau Madiion. Mr. ami Mrs. Huater Davis daughter. Mr. aad Mrs. Homer Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dailey and spent a delightful week end with ami Mrs. Allen Teater. -- and Ray son Mr. Miss Thelma Slmpion was the attractive guest of Mines .Myrtle and Grade Dean Teater from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater. Rev. T. C. Broaddu and wife visited Mr. and Mr. Harmon Teater of Jessamine county recently. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley attended the meeting at Gllead Sunday and were gueits Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs, Walter Casey. Mr, and Mrs. Aibie Hendren, Mr. Mr. and Mrs . L. E. Speake and children of the Mt. Hebron pike were Kuests of Mr. and Sir. Moie Ray Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Stotts was a kumi Sunday. Mr. and Mrs .Aibie Hendren were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Wllbert Dailey Saturday and were also guests of Mr. and Mrs, Powell Dniley Saturday night. Miss Bert D.lUv companled Mr. and Mrs. Hendren home Sunduy tot a two weeks visit. An-dr- ed .. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 9. 920 1 1 Some Will Say We have a FLOUR As Good Live Stock Cracks at Creation. y Kmpty honon, we note, are liratoued upon empty hradi, Ken-rall- News COMMON During as Glen Lily i and just as cheap or cheaper, but test and taste will not confirm the assertion. Bright cyei, n clear 3k!n and a body full of youth nnd health may bo Decade Orrat Progrest Hat Bein Mads In Eradication Don't worry over the mritnkei of yours If you will keep your system of Ailment. your neighbor, brother. It l more In order by regularly taking porty to let him worry over yours, rmmimn formerly thv nth wn dranhiiik to (lit sheep Indus-l- r Some pvode tpernl half of their of the United Slates, tin i durln time In probing thtimelven nnd the Hie pint ilentile great prottren Im in ancHng for pro Ire from other Ixi-iii.iIl In Hh rmillrttiiuii. Tli esMelll of KHIZlIU slievp (.11 till open others. mnges nf Hie western ki rt of III In every country nil men nrc born The world's standard remeJr far kUntj. I'hltwl Slates uai such Unit Hie rii'k-- I liver, bUdJtranJ urU acid troubles, tb free nnd vqunl, And they remain so enemies of til anJ looks. In use time (mil cnnt dlltlrulty In iwnier until the Lord, the devil or the JailIMS. All druggists, three tlses. tlix-free fnmi the scab. Theshtvn the LmW fe Ik. n.m. Rill Miat every ke were ery frequently ptm-.- i to the er claimi therti. eJ ecc.el tie IniUUee IImimi! by Infertlou rungi- - mid trail, The full dinner pall Is no longer up wirtiy" fnm Infected Hock, and In enntiy other It a slogan in our national elections. suit. If it's the soaring "of sugar !itlrnl)l (or the department notHnic short of u complete dlnlrnt the mention, we have a yearning for of agriculture In extend ni l to (lie car service would satisfy the average sweets, nnd if it' the high cost of Pan SCAB AMONG SHEEP Flih Ii aaid to I an excellent food for the brnln but first one muit have the brains. Women Made Young GOLD MEDAL It In his arms while a frightened preacher performed the christening ceremony. They got tlylr names In print, but not in this sheet bolt of lightning stripped the from n Mississippi woman's feet without nt much at even scorching her silk stockings. If they were of the new fanglcd chicken wire mesh variety we can readily understand why even a bolt of lightning would pass them by. A a shoes llf POOR RIDGE. (Delayed) k "pli-kln- Inn-ntn- iaf. voter ef today. Garrard Milling Company 'I I fa. I Ilia 1 Th KriUah government is said to be industriously searching for n suit, able wife for the young Prince of VYitle. Hut pass on, gents, this town is LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 'if net Interested. Some men are biased with nn extraordinary amount of brains and cursed with an appalling lack of You read of them in the sense. r cnndal columns every day. 31 POPULAR EXCURSION CINCINNATI I SUNDAY, ROUND TRIP TARE AUG. 22. 1920 C LI DIM H SOUIIlERNRAILWAa'SirsrEM ilt TX Special Train Leave Danville GiOO A. M. Returning SpecialTrain Leave Cincinnati GilO P.M. (CtsfeilTttM) IKUIMIHlMMImi UM InJutliai la m. j. mii.mi-N.TUi.f- i ti.ni. iitxuij.r.. kv. H. .', MM.. IMilikl rttwrnrr .itenl, MAIMT1, KT. l( FROM DANVILLE D ai innni MidJtjJcjr ' -m- i-ewi- iwwm 301 Knglund loves France, and France loves Knglend, nnd they both love us, and we just dote on them, nnd that's Industry by controlling the lntorrt.it the biggest all round whopper we movement of tiei t pnvent the ever told. Look out for squalls. currying of the Infection from one stnte In nnolher. It mny become necessary, even yet, Scab I mrevillngly contagion anil to build a spite fence between the Is tmriMiiltled It)- direct contact with democrats and the republicans of nrilmnl or objeets tlxit ntv currier Ohio. Family jars are unethical In of tlii mltm. Although unable to xrpt on sheep, t Ik mltr may these days of political scrappcry and I liflri.nrtil tittipornrlly ly anlmuU disillusionment. other limn slrwp nnd may live on Yes. the things we want most are cmt fur n tng those that are hardest to get. When InA Dork of stubby Mhtp will we hear people talk of t' e unce of fract tin nxuN. trull, tduils, yard rouge, and cloth'rg, we immeJatcly want n new' ImiI grout!. l hp ground around the watering plnre It l therefntv Important that tlx tloe. rvrvlte prtqier trtntwetit a ni tlto lMfn tht- - In Mmlloml ihit t! frilon An Advanced Caic of Scab, Snowing Area Denuded of Wool. prnp-ngnie tU. Miss Osie Hill spent Sunday nfght with Miss Mattie Ilculah Cobb. Mrs. Dlllard Simpson and baby and Miss Osie Hill spent Sunday with Mrs. It. If. Preston Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes Matthews nnd children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hill Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean spent living in general we set as hungry Saturday night end Sunday with Mr. ns a bear and look around to see what nnd Mrs. Ike Duncan . else we want. You, too. Mr. and Mrs. I.lge Bolton spent Lest you forget, there is a presi- from Saturday until Tuesday in Standential election to be pulled off this ford with Mr. nnd Mrs. James Dot-tofall. In the nbtence of any more Mirs Agnls and Lewis Simpson method of Jogging your memory, you rnlcht set the old alarm clock and Mr. F.lmcr East spent from Saturday until Sunday with Mr. and to tear olT on election morning. Mrs. Speed Sherrow of Mt. Hebron. Judging from reports from politi Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson, Mr. cal headquarters, most of the virtue, energy and political sagacity in the and Mrs. Rill Whittaker and eon and United States is centered in cither daughter and Mr. Abe Ilurton spent Sir Hording or Mr. Cox according Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ltn Cobb. Misses Christine and Olivea Presto whether you are a rep or a dcm. This business of caudidating is great ton entertained the following Sun-du- y afternoon: Misses Mattie Beulah stuff until the Jar comes. Cobb, Osie Hill, Mevis Harney Hubie Of course, if you don't want to Hast. Ames Stephen nnd Lewis Simp pay the rnllroad that 20 per cent In- son Jr. crease in passenger rates you can buy an automobile ln$ead. Kven a buzz wagon would be cheaper than walking nt the present price of shoe leather. n. wtitr, Iirvtnlv, i!ltn' nrar, lcoit( Fremont, Neb., man punched another fellow on the Jaw knocked him end for end, fractured the jaw, and was warmly thanked by his victim. It w:ts n prompt and effective method of tt'parating him from a live wire wh-the had grasped arid cauld not let go A A After you IT" eafc-ahr- ays talc ATON I C lwuuitly relieves HrtS)ejrB, Hoax Stops food aouriag. repeating, and ail stomach miseries. nieeeltusleaeaj mi"' Keep .tceiiecki tnreetaadttrea. Iaraeee Vitality a&d Fee. jtlCaMyFaalJa Uwa-ttti- Csld. A ciirtoult) trHniH at thf mint U a rmiolKtiinmt of goH fnmi MmlaBnnr. uMcli l of an rtlrnnnlioarr ltfiKtatMM. It u-- ml mil. anirltpil ami mt u for klilimiont y taxik n tmtlu'v l.u, fur n Jilwr of Iui4mm) U Iik h- - Inn: ahit r (miIuIiIdc tlio two lnrip In illatiia-lcouttldit to cIbmIIVh tm.K)llitn'. Then tbfjr put n uHli--f rork In otio ruil, Miurrl In the mciti- -l solil nnl oirkftl ,1'Mln-di-ljiti- ln hII Her Nice Nsighborhood. Itrriihr. ncol mi )rnrK. I.ml In tin tartnl to luxl uml CTtHlo. Slit ! Km very pniuil SCIENTIFIC FEEDING IS BEST McROBERTS DRUG STORE. tint ntc vla-It- nl Jut a iiti-ittad- e up llir tittirr rnl I rouhl tukr for a ntroll In tii park. Uli r uHlklne alone a little lior aliout iT '! nt fill) kuiiih tlnit cl'im: Hit:iI ii frli'iiilly unlle, who ri'iiirixil it imxliie to mf. "Aunt Jniif, ilmi'l )im liluk liu'a n nlcr hr itroarrs Iht bnH anil aakol f Supply Food In Right Proportion! to Meet nequlrcmenta Without Watte of I l,r rpttnlly lirr tuotticr If Nutrltntt. ie EATOKtC le taebe.il r mrntr. Tern U New Orleans structural niniiieefato benefited, pain cnetee rent worker took his Pve rnortr.s cM ba y cut on a girder on tic fuurteent i aaslnileri YMWlNaat. story of n new skyscraper am' held R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster. ire j hih nclsli-lKirliu- r.i.l.misf titilrleiit. c(nitltuli" rliiitlllc fixlinc It I l)' rnrvfully utinlyltik' I In roinpo-plibi- n of ffiillnc Mu(T. tlic pninlon In wlilch tttoy nn illsitiil dy iliffiT-rdiiIhwU nml iiihIit illlTiriut c.in.ll-Iln, To tipply food In tin rlclit pmtmr lion to tBift tlio vnrtiHK nTilrci icn'.-o-f tin nnlmal. ultlioHt n nti of TmhI nt OertelS DOUBLE-DAR- K lla nml tin- - nipilrPHiwit nf for tlm nrlou fnmi imtrli'iiH nt uork, slvlns mill:, wlnn nt wool, million, ff, Mrk, ctc Hint tin prlticlpU"! of tailing Imri Imvii Murktil out. In npi'lylns tln-- i prlnrlplr In prnrtlro itn ami clnt nilnptntlont of illtTrtnt fitillMS ! ktufT mutt, of courm1, tuki-Into account. anl-tiui- rit, pro-ilucl- g g 40 Acre Farm At Auction ON THE PREMISES iit RICH MADISON COUNTY SANDSTONE LAND, IM-- g PROVED, ON KENTUCKY RIVER PIKE NEAR COTTONBURG. SIRES TO AID FUR BEARERS "Better Sires Better Stock" Cam. palgn Indorsed by Breeders and Fanciers' Association. The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory it in your home at all timet The OERTEL Cc Incorporated Louisville, Ky. l Maker of OtrWli Double Dark, Oerteli Dark and Oertelt LIf lit. N. L, Curry Grocery Co. Diatributor, Harrodiburg Ky Tint National ltrvMrr nnd Fanciers' Avtclntlott of Atnerini bat Indornnl tho "Hotter Slr Hotter Stock" movement. Through It urcrotary. the afcuoclntlou linn notified thu I'nltcit States department of agrictiltuiv of lf aim, through better shvi, to the quality of fuMxtirliig animals nil I In rontlnement. In addition to raising animals kept primarily for fur, moinbcrt of t!i ulxi brtsil such creatures nn mlilitt. cavlin, and mice fur IkjIs n,nd scientific Tlio valHires Is otixvlally ue of piiro-tirvgreat for clasoon of animals like lierauso of their prolincnrr. o Saturday, Aug At 10 A. M. Rain or Shine. 2, purv'. uil thi W. (Wiley) Pruitt, adjoining the lands of Coy, Rb&s and others, in high state of cultivation, with one 5 room residence, That splendid little farm now owned and occupied by J. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck U a profitable "beast of burden" and surely has the "right of way" in every line of business activity. For all trucking purposes in the city and for all heavy work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck with its manganese bronze and every other Ford merit of simplicity in design, strength in construction, economy in operation, low purchase price, stands head and shoulders above any other truck on the market. Drop in and let's talkitovcr and leave your order for one. worm-drive OECLINE Oecrcate of Bureau IN BREEDING SOWS 9.9 Per Cent of Estimates It Noted by States r Affected. OJ) tn-Hrtvtllng cent during tlio jrnr ending April 1, 1W. according In luvt'ttlgations of ltu buTho namo reau of crop number of thoe nnluuili for both years Is rvmrted for South Carollnt and OiMirgla, nnd Increases for Flor-IdTi'ias, anil New Mexico. Th , henvlest declines uero found In Indiana, Illlnolt, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, Katixii, TfiiiiettH, Montana, Wyomlnit, Colorado, Arliotm, Utah, and Idaho. Mnssj-chuoettsKiii-tuck- a, 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-lik- e place, 16 acres. and about 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. POSSESSION January 1st, 1921. Haseldcn Bros Garage. , We are not Interested In any cars, except the Ford. 13 i 5 PLAN FOR BETTER STOCK. Itixist better live) stock com uiunlly, III jour TERMS liberal and announced at sale. This will be an absolute sale. Mr. Pruitt has 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 AdTertlti Judlcloutly. Kxhlblt at tho county, slate and other larger lire stock shows. Heiuember that a satisfied purchaser la your best advertisement. Ho b prompt Ih register. Inj and transferring auluiuts and make gixxl nil cuarnutleit. flntinfls D. A. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Thomas The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 19 1920. r, , - . m--m ' -- ) L'iUlISTtC if j L 3L, J EftttSYtC K women.We want them to be beauti ful, and attractive, and refined, And not behind other of their sex. We clary In the admiration that other bettovv upon them, and we en courage them to render themselves pleating to the world n well a to ' III ourselves. Possibly wc are vain of our women. But wc have reaon to be vain they are entitled to it all. Woman U the greatest nml most beautiful handiwork of the Creator, and that which the Creator has made beautiful wc should endeavor to keep beautiful. Ita lustre should never be dimmed. "Primping" I an aid to attractive. nc, and attractive feminity is ad mired the world over. Let the women "primp". We like it, a we love them. 1 BRYANTSVILLE The Majestic Way IS TO BUILD KITCHEN EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE AND DURABILITY. NOT HOW FEW DOLLARS? BUT HOW MANY YEARS? Conn Brothers. "LIVE AND LET LIVE F&LKS." 0 DC DGjr ! rG DC DC that every woman In Garrard county could hear what Mr. Barkley shnll luutd Weekly. $1.50 a Year. gay at the court houie Monday. It Payable In Advance. would be at leait a fine beginning in the campaign of political education E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. which the average woman shall de P.. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. mand before she exercises the franchise privilege granted her. Men as Entered at the Pott Office in Lanwell as women arc aiTordcd a great Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s opportunity to hear a good political Matter. speech, in fact, we believe the best political speaker in the state next Lawcuter. Kj.. Aocnit 19, 1920 Monday. Those of all political opln ions should hear Mr. Barkley, who Member Kentucky Frets Association can conveniently arrange their af fairs to do so. THE AMERICAN Fcrricn AoV.rii.iae R,prt,rvtrr PRESS ASSOCIATION' The Central Rernrrl As The Editor Sees It . Rate For Political Announcement. Por Precinct and City Offices..$fc.00 . 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices..! 5.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of Individual views, per .10 line Obituaries, per line .05 I Two young men met on the public street and entered Into a conversa- One of the young men lived tion. in the town, while the other was from V... ...It A pretty girl came by The town boy sized her up and made a sug .. .... DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Prciident. JAMES M. COX, of Ohio. Vie President FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, of Naw York. United States Senator gestive remark. Then they both looked, and laughed .and looked again. Another girl passed, with a care. less look in their direction but without speaking. The town boy was silent, but he from the neighboring village appraised her charms, express, ed his opinion, and the fight was on, It makes a difference whose sister you talk' about A good citizen stopped us on the street a few days ago. He had a case of nerves. lie was peeved became "nothing ever happens in thi town." He will recover. But his remark started a train of J. C. W. BECKHAM, of Frankfort, Ky. Congress J. RALPH GILBERT,. Of Shelbyville. The Women As Voters. When the Democratic campaign opens In Lancaster at the court house next Monday, Congressman Albin W. Barkley, the speaker will face an audience which we think will tax the capacity of the house and will be composed of at least one half women. The intelligent, educated and cultured women of this locality who are anxious to leam'in detail what are tae merits of the two great political pnrtlei of the nation. Many of these ladies have not desired suffrage rights and had it been left with them would not have assumed the responsibility tyhich has been laid upon them ny recent legislation but since this duty has been brought to them de sire to use the ballot intelligently and in the way which will be for the best. The women are anxious to hear tht address on political matters from one who has the reputation of Congrwsman Barkley. A gentleman of the. reputed character, ability and eloquence of Mr. Barkley would naturally attract an audience of ladles. Having personally knownhim for many years and believing 'that he fully measures up to his reputation in every respect we should be pleased thoughts in the .editorial mind, and we are passing them on to you, as is he custom of our profession. It is true that "nothing ever hap pens in this town," and that is one of is beauties, its greatest asset. We have no murders, no riots, no race disturbances, no class conflicts, no rowdyism, no disgusting scandals none of the numerous things that happen so often in many other place. We have a class of eitizens who are law abiding, God fearing, patriotic and who respect the rights of other people. Our citizens are energetic, thrifty, and are producers not destroyers. They are workers in the hive of industrynot drones. Truth abounds , because It is a community of clean and upright people who have nothing to hide from the rest of the world. It should be a matter of pride to every citizen that "nothing ever happens in this town." We often speak in a light vein of the manner in which some women "primp". Vut if we thought more seriously we might speak less lightly. "Primping" is no more nor leu than the laudable effort of women to make themselves appear attractive in theeyc of other people. We men are Jealous of the personal appearance of our own particular Mr. W. K. Davis was In Lexington Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor were Lexington visitors Saturday. Mr. John Leavell of Texas is visitThe Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. ing his brother, Mr. Jnnjes B. Leavell. was Miss Mae Powell of Lancaster BEST BY TEST a Sunday guest of Mrs. Florence Bal lard. Miss Clara of Lexington has been the guest of her nunt, Mrs. Mnr tin Brogli. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis and Mrs. We carry it in Sacks and Barrels. Howard King were Lexington visitors Friday. Miss Stella Mac Grow returned Ballards Bran, Kentucky Farm Feed, Barley home Friday after spending several Meal, Wheat Middlings. days in Nicholasvllle. Messrs William Hudson and J. D A little boy came galloping down Hudson of Somerset are the guests Genuine the street. He was full of life and of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunn. In Barrels and 100 pound sacks. Miss Lucy Jo Marsec of Ijmcnstrr spirits, but in the exuberance of his Joy ho inadvertently bumped Into a wa the guest a few days last week Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, of Mr. and Mrs . Noah Marsec. passing man. Pressed Brick. Common "Get out, you brat what th' h Pa Mr. W. J. Broadus and son Walker snarled, returned home Thursday after spend th' matter with you?" he Use V. C. Fertilizer for Wheat Land. with a terrifying glare calculated to ing several days In Pincville. put terror into the ear of even a New Bale Tics for Sale. .Mr, tiugn lomiinson and wire o much older person. Toledo Ohio, are expected to visit hi The boy stopped, stared in a start mother, Mrs. Belle Tomlinson. led manner for n moment, murmured Mr Will Woods and daughter, Nan his excuses, and slunk shame faccdly Mae, of Buena Vista spent Sun crushed in spirit and sore of nie .iway, day with Mrs. Florence Ballard. heart. Telephone 26. Mr. C. C. Dawes left Tuesday to And the uncontrolled passion of a attend n house party given by Mr, did it! grown man Hey at Versailles. Breckinridge Some day the boy may forget Mrs. N. G. Harris returned to her and he may not. The incident may rt main with him as long as life lasts. home in Lexington after spending ry, Jr. :jn(iay several days as the guest of Mrs. II. It often happens that way. Miss Fanny Kidd taM I t! r. ugh The little .laughter of Mr. and Mr happenings in he early life of A. Dawes. Little Paint Lick Monday cnrute to tan Harrison Mays who has been in the n child often exert a strong influence Mesdnmes E. II. Ballard and W. J HiKpital at Ilerea is able to be in the after life of the adult. Hogan were called to Lexington Sat' raster, i'rwugbt home Millard Smith of Berea is As the seed is planted, so does it urday by the death of 'Miss Anna Lee Mr. and Mr. his We will tell you (he very beat Tim often grow, and mature, and die. Woolfolk. C. Wynn. othjr teed for Fall towing el the low "Brat!" and "What th h 11" Mesdames B. II. Holcomli. W. J Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ksiridge and ett price poiillde. Call and tee ut. Harsh words to apply, even to Broadus, J. W. Bryant and Mr. Louts Garrard Milling Co man, but Infinitely more pregnant Broadus were in Danville shopping children are expected in Paint Lkk M24t. with disastrous results when hurled Thursday. this week. Mix Lurtlle Davis has returned in the heat of passion at one of ten .Mrs Blaine Estrldge h staying wish frea the C.tteeJ Samaritan I lot pita' Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller nnd Miss der years. her mother, Mrs. B. Ramsey while her at Lexingts after a successful oper Alma Miller of Fayetteivllle Ark., alien for adeaattt and diseased ton husband is away. It spent the week end with Mr, and Mrs A farmer had a horse torll. Us. Rev. Green of Rlchntaad had a serious defect, but one which W. K. Davts. Mrs. Je-si-e Buck ami daughter, Mia Misses Amy and Zlllah Dawes and a very interesting sermen at Mt. Tab was not readily discernible. or Sunday A. M. Chmtine easae up Priday to get her Another fellow who was In need Rev. B. A. Dawes attended the South Mr. Blaine Kstridge left Saturday little daughter Mho has been spend of a good horse stopped to look at it. Elkhorn Association at the Beech tag the summer with her cousin, Mt for Champaign. Illinois, on a bustae "Sound as a dollar, so far as I Grove Church. Kmm:i Hall. trip of a few days. know," said the farmer, convenient Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Mbreland and Little Robert Ledford wis) was On account of the bridge at Pom' ly forgetting the defect which he Mr. James Bourdon Morcland spent knew exist. The animal changed the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. operated on at Gibson llewpttnl Satur- LeavrH Mis Jennie lliggina has been day is doing nicely. driving to Paint Lick every morning hands, and. the purchaser was stung. Robinson at Lexington. t A few months later the same far Messrs Burnam. Ash and Jim Led leaving her car and going down to Mr. Hubert Shvrrow and children. mer went to a neighboring county Mr. Henry Benge of Richmond, I mi., ford spent the week end with their L"n,,'r rM "turning on "Old and paid a fancy price for a bull, is spending several days with Mr. C, uncle near Mt. Sterling. ' llf nr Later he found that he had been W. Coulter and family. nd Mrs. Will Tutt and son of Mr. and Mrs. II. G. McWborterl stung in the transaction. nnapms ma.. Mt. K. K. Stone Mrs. It. K, Swope and son Robert were guest of Dr. and Mrs. 11. J. "I'll have the law on that swind ml t0M tnii Mk Stella Stone of ! home in Aberdeen, Patrick and family Thursday. ler " he raged, and promptly brought returned to their .. f Si vs Mist. They were accompanied home uicBflienu, .urs, t r .maknite ami .Ml suit against the former owner of the Word ha. been received here by Mr. A. B. Swope. White were dinner guest, of bull. the death of Mis eda Williams at 'Mrs. D. W. White Priday. The sale of Noah Marsee Jr., is her home in Aahevllle N. C. It makes a difference whether you ' progressing nicely, as the prices ore Mr. and Mr. Jim PI .n.t sting, or get stung. Mis Minnie Rich of Knoxville I familr mi Grorrei-w- n. right the people cannot afford to miss Mr Tcnn., arrived Sunday to be the A citizen met the editor of a paper the bargains he is offering. 6r Harlan. Mr. .Millar,! SmiiV est of her aunt. Mrs. Sam Davis. o( on the street one day. Mr. R. P. Sutton returned to his M.,m j. D. and A. B Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rucker and son Wynn am families and Mies Nanev "Why don't you publish the news?" home in Brunswick Ga., after spendhe asked, with n disapproving frown. ing several .days with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew were visitors of Mrs, Sarah illuif and mother were dinner guest "Young J. got into a brawl and beat M. O. Kennedy and Mr. A. F. Sutton. Rucker and Miss Chastine Rucker on 'Sunday of Mr. an. Mrs W C. Wvn. another boy up and you dida't say a Mrs. Bessie Dudderar, Mrs. Burr word about it in the paper. Such McKinney and son James Walter, of things should be given full publicity Indianapolis, Ind., spent a few days in order to suppress rowdyism," he last week with Dr. and Mr. B. ( ,7 resumed. Rose. A few weeks later his own son was Mr. and Mrs. George Holcomb and rounded up in a Juvenile scrape, and son, Clifford, r. of Hamilton Ohio, he hunted the editor in a hum'. and Mrs. Enoch Holcomb of Major, "Don't say anything in the paper Ky, spent a few days last week with about that little escapade of the Mr. B. II. Holcomb and family. boy's," he pleaded; "it was only a Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Curtis, Mr lark, and a boys will be boys, you and Mrs. Charles Dunn, Rev. B. O. know." It makes a difference whose boy Skaggs and wife, Mr. W. T. Doolin, Misses Allene and Margaret Curtis is involved. attended the Baptist Association at Hello, John, heard the news? The Beech Grove Tuesday. school teacher has Just licked the tar Quite a number from here attend out of an unruly pupil, and every- ed the funeral of Mis Anna Lee body is talking about it says he Woolfolk at Lexington. Those be should have whipped him long ago." ing Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose, Mr. and "Good enough I hope he laid it Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard, Mr. Bryan on good and heavy. Boys are get- Ballard, Mrs. W. J. Hogan and Miss !B3 ting to be smarter than their parents, Mayme Lee Ballard. and it is time for them to be taught Mr. B. C. Rose entertained a num their proper place." ber of friends to dinner Wednesday. "It's fine of you to look at it that Covers were laid for Mr, and Mrs. way. John it was your own boy he William Lear, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Has. licked." commended the first speaker. tin, Misses Mary I.ee and Nancy "What's that? Whipped my bov, Thomas Lear of Lancaster, Mrs. Mar did he? I'll smash his infernal face Wilkin and Mrs. Bailey of Shelby. for him, I will. No upstart of a N. C. teacher can lay hands on my boy and .SasssV get away with it." PAINT LICK It makes a difference who gets the licking. George Noe is again at Pincville. Bert Ward went to Harlan Satur IBS A young lady had numerous ad m day. mirers, and caused each one to be. Mr. Stephen Todd left last week lleve that he was the favored of them all. Each in time proposed, and was for New Mexico. trung along with half promises'. Mr. M. G. Ward went to Harlan The young men dropped onto her Monday on business. game, quietly laueu away, und Jeft Several from here have been at her without a single admirer, other tending services at Gllead. Phone 49. young men having been told of her Mrs. Maurice Burton is on the sick duplicity. list, also Mrs. W. O. Anderson. "Men are fickle and the wont de Miss Murv Jttddell of Richmond is ceivers ever, and I hate them all," Kvelyn White. he walled in her loneliness. "The visiting Miss Emma Mr. Olvin Peyton has been confin all of thote men proposing to idea of me and then leaving like that! Men ed to his room for a week with have no honor at ulL" And it makes a difference who does Born to Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Fran. the. deceiving. cis en the a son, christened Obelisk Kanawha Salt. We Exchange This Fine Patent Flour for Wheat. and Hudson & Farnau grand-parent- . trhe4 I -- fjf 1 a a, a jw, ill r 1U . Special Sale FOR a 10 Days HfleSELDEN BROS. I The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 19, 1920. WE ARE STILL TRIMJ4ING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR Miss Evelyn Nortis, of Waco, is Mis Alberta Kelly, of Burlington, the charming guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ky., who has been the charming guest CUSTOMERS BUT LITTLE RENT TO PAY. Hugh Mnbley. of Miss Lucy Wllmot for several weeks, returned to her home last Misses Christine Sanders and Mnry Monday Olir Rinding and Walking Plow, Chrip. morning. Davis, are vitltlng their friend. Miss A few Scrtn doort, Window, anil Cloth Chvap, . Mr. and Mrs . Alex Walker and Mary Dan Ilurhln, in Cynthlnnn. Wagoni, Bucilfi, Harnett, Saddle!, Harnett and BrMnc lev dnughter, Vlrtfnin Pearl, of OklaMr. W. rt. Lackey has been quite ill homa, arrived Tuesday nnd arc guests ciean Fretitrt al reduced prices. at bis home on Danville street, his ef Mr. Walker's mother, Mrs. Julia Quality Good, of .ry kind kept In a Hardware Stoir. Everything many friend will regret to hear. Walker, on Stanford street. at a f ducd price for Lalanc of month. Mr. J. I'. Doty has been confined to Miss SsiIHe Luta, one cf Joseph's hU home for several days hut is bet popular and rfficieat laleimiiies. left ter at this time we are glad to statu. today far a two weeks visit to rela Deal House. The Mr. and Mr. Henry A. Moore ami tive in LoutsvlUoaml Igrange. She FIELD FENCE AND BARM WIRE. ton, have returned home after spemf- - will also vtcit relative in London ami attend the Kr.ir there before her re. I ing ten days at French Lick Springs. turn. Mr. James Ibtyston ta (suite stek at Mr. Hug Bailey of Birmingham, hi home on Hill Court. Ills many A hi., I'rof. (Teerge Reynold of the friends wish for Mm a speedy recov- - llirmlntrhftm Southern College, nnu i ery. Mr. A tv Baker oT Mnrrianna, Fin., Messrs Eugene ami T. Elmer were th week end guests of Mits Brown, of Lexington, were the guest Anne Catherine Arnold at the home The full amount of your lost? Mr. and Mrs. J. of Misses Flossie nnd SaWe II. Wal- - Of her 0. Burnslde on the Richmond Road. Iker. , -- 1 4 J. R. MOUNT Q & CO. M - Jjiaiiesl in the C1 WILL YOU RECOVER t World i grand-parent- i YOU WILL NOT Unlets Your Insurance It Written in Accordance With the Value of To-day. I i Property Values (Real and Personal) Have Practically Doubted During the Past Three Years. You Should Insure According To These Increas ed Values. i HAVE YOU DONE IT? , THOMPSON & ELLIOTT. At the Notional Bank. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. ! i event ef Wednctdny Miss Judith which gave at her pretty on the Crab Orchard pike. The lovely old colonial rooms Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford wore additionally pretty with decorais vititlng her aunt, Mrs. Raymond tions of gnrden flowers. The lawn Hnselden and Mr. Hatolden on Rich. was mint inviting with comfortable ' mond street. tents and swing. Delicious refreshi Mr. nnd Mrs. llourne Fox, Miss An ments were served. About fifty nie Fox and Mr. Frank Fox of Dan guests enjoyed Mis Dnnlel charm-Ini- r hospitality. ville have brcn recent visitors of Mr, nnd Mr. James Smith. .Mrs. A. J. Rice and son of GarMatter Duncan Hasclden It still rard county, were shopping in town quite sick with Inflnmntory rhcumn- - Suturday...Mrs. Luther Gibbs and ' titm nt the home of hi parents, Mr. MIm Elisabeth Gibbs ef Lancaster, wore in town Saturday, Mits Gibbs and Mr. Sum Hasclden. came to attend the party given by Mrs. Myrtle Currey nmt Mis Nolle Miat Isabella Given, honoring her Biggie, of Cincinnati, were vitltor houte truest. Mist Louise Austin, of this week of MImcs Mnttie and Snllie Cincinnati. ..Mi MIMred i.ake of I.utx, on Richmond street. Lancaster, it the guost of Mits Wa'-ke- r on Katt Main street. Danv.lle Mr. nnd Mrs. T. IS. Walter ef Jabez Advocate. Ky., spent the patt week with their daughter. Mrr. M. S. Hntfleld ami Dr. Hatfield on Richmond atrcct. Wheeler Wood. A beautiful Mr. Claude Whcrrltt, of New Or- -' leans. Is visiting his parents Mr. anil was the party .Mrs. Tom Wherritt on Lexington James Daniel suburban home street. Sonora tcr.e ii magnificent not only it it "clear it a bell," but it is not ; for its roonsncc, its accuracy of reproduction, and its r.itutilncu of expression which distinguish the Sor.ura from all other phonographs. THt IMJTKUMtNT Cf CIMUTV THE X CLEAR AS A etLL ts internationally famous. on the phonograph recognized as being supreme in tone, peerless in beauty of design, and far in the lead in the utilization of new and important features which make forconvenience and superior merit. As a gift, the Sonora expresses the splendid taste of the giver and provides years of delightful ZJid enjoyment. The Scr.cra trade mirk ts p.-c- It H cntCX-tainoi- Sitri if htIt axJ prtti itjiOj $60 PJCD MRS J. A. ANON j Alabama, m here vititinc her parents, dianapolis. Indiana, arrived Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Durnside. for a vi.lt to relative and friends in I A CrUI MiHIan of tht CocntRes nd Mrs. Ira Holtzclaw is spending IncaMer and Garrard County. Oolti KyThoM Vft Art tatcrttlsd la. t some time with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jennings, of Green Mrs. Thompson in Danville. field, Illinois, came Saturday for a Mn J. W Acey has returned from Mr. George Law ton has returned visit to her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Stanford. from Paris where he has had a pot', L, Hagnn, on Lexington street. tlon with Mason and Hanger Co. Mr. Dran Lemmln hat been a Mrs. S. R. Scale nnd children, visitor In Danville. Miss Mary Noel, who hns been Catherine and Rotnline, of Bcrea. her sitter. Mrs. J. II. Wood,, has were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. g Mrs. Martha IVite Frisbte is returned to her home In Danville. J. H. Scale on lintcldcn Heights. relative in Danville re-crvit-itln- tr vis-itw- Gossip About People MIm Allie Arnold has returned Mrs. Calvin Todd of Helton, S. C. from Nicholnsville where she was a suiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. member of a delightful house party and Mr. J. CJ. Hurnside. at the heme of Mrs. Hemphill. Mrs. J. V. Arnold of Birmingham, Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy of In- Mr. Ben Wood, one of the most popular Itoj in town, put one over oi his friends last Monday morning by flipping evvr to Danville and marrying Mi Jennie Wheeler, daughter of Mrs. Dora Wheeler and a former Garrard county lady. They were married at the Baptist parsonage by Rev. S. L. Walker, of Danville, and left immediately for a bridal trip to Louisville nnd 'other points. Both the bnVle nnd the groom have many friend here who will express to them every good wish for a long life, full of happiness and prosperity. On their return they will be at home to their friends in Lancaster, where they will reside, we hope permanent ly. Mr. and Mr. Fred I. Prltble are of friend in Virginia. aad daughters have brrn reecst visitors in Danville. Mr. W. F. Champ Mlis Leaa Bright and Mr. Gayle Doty are guests of relative in Glasgow. Mits Derothy Dunlap has been vis. Iting her aunt, Mrs. Atha Dunn. In Danville. Mt Clara Cooper of Stanford, hat been vialtlntr Mit Angle Klnnalrd, on Maple avenue. Wilklns of ha been (pending ten daya with LanKev. and Mrs. Harry Hudson left bus joined, his wife here for a vitit at caster relative has returned to Camp n two weoke vMt in the home of ttr juarent. Mr. and Tuesday for Gordon Atlanta. Ills division will Mrs. Vt A. Lear. Winona Lake. Illinois. go to Camp Jackson, Columbia S. C, MUs Adilie Criscillls, one of Jos- about the tirtt of September. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Letcher, who hare been spending ten days with eph' efficient clerks, has returned Miss Helen Gulley gnve a picture his sister, Mrs. II L. Owsley, return, after n delightful visit to friends nnd how party Tuetdny evening in honor ' in London, Williamsburg ed to the r home n Louisville Tues- relatives Mits Ruth Rom, of her houte-guesand other points. day. with refreshmenta afterward at the fountain. About half a doten were in the party. t, I love sugar because it is sweet, Hayden Lenvell has return- But it is too high for me to eat. ed from a short visit in Danville. There is plenty In this world for all: She was at the bedtidc of her sitter, Why don't high prices fall? Mits Lucile Thompton, who recently underwent an operation nt the Dan- After the women cast their votes, The men In office will urely croak; ville Hospital. The world will be prohibition, in Mr. Mr. W. 0. Goodloc is spending sev- And everything in a better condition. Mini Ruth Rsss, of Faint. Lick, is Danville. eral day with his wife In Henderson-vllle- , By Betty Kstelle, Richmond, lml. the guest ef Miss Helen Qulloy, on N. C. The many friends of Margaret Cook, of Danville, Mits Stanford street. was the guest of Mits Marilec I.cnr Mrs. Goodloc arc sorry to hear that she i critically ill and hope for a Mr. and Mrs. Prcwltt Taomrion at her pretty home an Lexington peedy recovery, and little daughter have been reent street, Sunday. in Danville. visitor Lieut. Jamc M. Staughton, who Shelby N. C. Mr. Mac Hughes, of Mrs. Edward Flair. .Mrs. William Louisville, arc guest of Mrs. Hughes' Hrewer, of Howling Green, Mrs. An-gparents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Miller. Hoslcy, of Danville, have been recent visitors of Lancaster relatives. The young men of Lancaster arc making arrangements for a compliDr. I'rintus Walker and family nre mentary barge dnnce on August 24th. in Cincinnati this week. While away Dr. Walker will attend the State Mr. W. It. Cook, Mr. Robinson meeting of the Ohio Veterinary AsDanville, Cook and Mr. Vol Cook of sociation. pent Sunday with Mr. K. U Owsley. Mr. W. II. Ball and Miss Margaret MIm Marjory Hallou, of Stanford, Hall and Master Clayton, have rehat been the charming' visitor of her turned home after a three weeks visit cousin, Mrs. Joe Francis on Danville with Mr. Ball sister, Mrs. W. T. avenue. Mnlone, at Cnmpbcllsvillc. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. ie When Women Vote. When women vote next November, THoy will do things that you will re- IIIVUIIIVI, They will turn this world upside-dow- n Ann make u square instead oi round. There is a shortage in everything we s rat The pies, bread ami all the meats. When women vote and make the laws, F.vory shortage thing will fall. ' FOR SALE Five Passenger Ford sumation after March 4th." That the other nations would rc - 'i ar " rlrst class running condition, ject "the perfidious hand" that would W. B. Durhnm. make a separate peace with Germany' For Sale: Three year old work was declared by Governor Cox. Referring to Article X, the Gov- horte. Well broke to work nnywhero Herring Blanks, Hubble, Ky. ernor said "no president can order American toldiers over sea without e cherry FOR SALE: Two content of CongTess." Governor Cox alto referred to the walnut beds and a dining room table Republican front porch campaign de- at a bargain. Wallace Nceley, Lancaster, Ky. claring that "no power under heaven eould keep him there." I FOR SALE: Fine juicy Elbert and Hale peaches, freestones, best canning and preserving, sproyed- maamnamtvBinnra-vrvvnamaritiiov x I free from worms and delects. t ill Classified Column 3 be shipped by express direct to you S j from orchard at Conway. R Tor prices and particulars, write RATES i to R. C. Hoggs, Richmond, Ky. Single insertions 1c a word Call No ad taken for less than 20e In order to wind up the partnership in this column. No ads In this between J. F. Holtzclaw and Son, I, column charged. J. F. Holtzclaw, as administrator of S Seven insertions for the Ira J. Holticlaw, request all those en5 price of Ave. $ dowed to the Arm of J. F. Holtzclaw b Phone orders must be paid 5 and Son, prior to August 1st, 1920, to please come and settle their acg promptly. counts. J. F. HoiUclaw, Administrator. old-tim- Please And Settle. Mr. nad Mrs. B. C. Barnard, of Ml Helen Btijabeth Sigue, of Wnthingten D. C, are expected, for Louisville, spent Sunday with Miss n visit to her aunt. Miss Jennie DunHelen Gulley. can. . Mr. and Mr. Lloyd Bourne and Misses Mlttie and Mary Lee Dunn I'erryvHle daughters attended the have returned from a visit to their Fair. Friday. Athn Dunn, grand-mother, Mr. I If High Prices Murdered Lemons per dozen House Paint per gallon Good Coffee per pqund Sugar per pound Prunes per pound Peaches per pound 15cts. . - ( jj $2.50 24 els. 22 cts. J Mr. Sam Hrrron, who ha served in the United States army for the past seven years, has recently had an honorable discharge nnd Is now in the city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hcrron. S of Sets. 20cts. Mr. Ben Letcher Brewer and wife, Chicago, Sirs. John Hrewer, of Lebanon, Miss IIcksIc Hrewer, Washington City, and Mr. Howmnn Hrewer of Lebanon, have been recent visitor of Mr nnd Mrs. TerrHl Layton, on Richmond road. SANDERS .VARIETY St t V STORE . LVSMU vr w J w Mr. Uw.rve Doganl was hosv on Thursday afternoon at an informal tea for Mrs. Lewis Hcrndon and her sister. Miss Lucy Walker Doty of Lexington and Mis Lennis Marie Wurtx, Lexington who Is visiting Mrs. Regard. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. SO acre farm 3 mile cast of Lancaster, off Richmond pike one-ha- lf Mrs. Barr McKechnie. mile. 30 acres of this land has WAJJTBDt To rent a farm for been n bluegrnss pasture between 60 the year ItSL Cash or crop rent. and 70 years. The best of land for 0. G. MBeath.DanviHe. Ky. any thing that grows. Will rent for Phone 8000. year of 1921, or lease for a term of year. Would be glad to hear from pd. 'No "No bulldiAgs on place. Price for FOUND On Richmond pike an 1921 $1500 cash, or for 5 year lease With automobile r.m t.re and tube. Owner j $5,0l'0, f cash, balance I and Declares Cox. can have same by proving property J year payments nt 5 per ct Interest." G. Y. Conn. Cnmbridge, Ohio On the Court and paying for this notice Phone .anyone interested. 13-R. H Ward. Pnir.t I.ick.j211 N. Carey St. Baltimore ML. House steps here Governor Cox ad- drestes another Urge crowd. He aimin referred to the League of Nn- tiuns which he tnid was "the most im DC 31 C IE 3E portant question of the campaign." "We nre or we are not to render he said, "in even moral giving momentum to the great cause of humanity." His opponent was characterised by Governor Cox "a the recntionary candidate." "I stand for progressive govern ment," the Governor said, "as opposed to reactionary government. 1 stand far automobile government as Perfeot substiopposed to the old stage coach gov. tute for air. ernment." USE NO INNER TUBE. The league, the candidate said, is a "composite agreement between the Is being used throughout the United States nations." He charged that rontuma-tlohad been delayed by "conspiracy and more than 30 foreignfeountries on more and intrigue of the Senate." than 200,000 cars. "The candidate of the reactionary party," he continued, "says he will Write for discriptivc circular or coll and tec it nt make a separate peace with Germany. will never get the chance. Just He what Senator Harding proposes nobody knows. It certainly means de lay." LANCASTER, KY "I stand for the league and I shall my utmost to bring about Its re- do : 3E STRAYED From my place about August 5th a pale, red cow. Has two months old calf at home. Phone 0-- For Rent or Lease. My BryantovtUc. Separate Peace Germany,' one-hal- IF Rubber Tire 31 FILLER n SANDERS VARIETY STORE 3FTE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug: 9, 920 1 1 Where is Relief From Blazing Skin Diseases? The skin is fed from tho blood, and upon the condition of the whether or not blood depend your skin wilt be healthy and free from bolls, pimples, scaly Irrita- up the general health. tions, red eruption and other For valuable literature wtUo to and unsightly disorders. Tho sensible treatment that will Chief Medleal Adviser. 100 Swift ehow real rcfulU li a remedy that Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. A Garden Cafeteria WhImh MhsI I Endure Forever the Torturous Itchlnjr? will cleanso the blood thoroughly nnd kill tho germs that cause tho troable. And for this purpose no remedy crer made can approach tho record of S. S. S. which clcanxcs the blood of the disease (Terms, at tho same time building Dy GENEVIEVE ULMAR - awn if 'i rmht. ' Nwtppr I'nUn. cirt i7 k ni a siv 4.! f4 rat capacilf anal dlW.lrail If:::;: I: The Farmer. I , 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. T. PAINT J. TODD, LICK, KENTUCKY. a I ! WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. j ' i CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. t , OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. of which is kept Locked. D. F. ALL BONDS LEFT WITH US ARE IN TIME LOCKED SAFE AND WE MUST HAVE ONE DAYS NOTICE, IF YOU DESIRE TO SEE OR WITHDRAW THEM. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. This bank has two Time Lock Safes, one Hudson. President. NOTICE J. J. Walker. Vice-Preside- There m a tliittcr In tin t :! fniu lly when ii letter nrrlviil from the miii ami brother, U niter, auuotitiiini: hi 1 oil)' I'erklii, tmirrhii:e to lll lie had left III Mother nnd lter oil ii month's viuiitloii heart free. "Hi can't in. mi It!" (.imped Maud Mho win irnuit of her liniidKittii, IiIkIi-- ' itrlttil ImitluT mill had uhvii) count- cl on hi rtortnjt tin olil fiiuilly pre-- , tlKe by "iNliliiii an hWri'H. "Ami u hrtiti' from (Irccntlllo!" ot. ier"d Flora. "Thiit'n where hi hnil been Mnytnc. Tin wry mum lin u l!nor of tin)' ami potatoe. Aiil licit)': unci lVrklni! richcliiii cuouith to pirate till' IIIOKt itiMIHMTIltlO.' "iMn't uneer. dnuiihter. nor illcut It or uprenil It until wo meet Wullrr'a choice," rhU'eil Mr. Da It. "It l tvt-t- n I lily it mutter of fnt ulll with himf IllotIP IK 1)1 Wild!!! III CllOOC) to limrr.v. uml I Iiiim too murli inutlilciire In hl sound riMiiinoii 5'tii' ntMl Jtids tiifltt to belle, e thnt In wi'tlli Mtlecl n wife wliniii wo could tint ri'Hi'L Sinn MHr fnthrr iliett we nre In a iiieature ilriH'tulriit iixti lil Itounty, and mut plw thl ncwrotiior the heM wrliiinu we run." Tin')- - were iMini nrltiK'rtit. were tin".- - two oxrln.lv i )ouiis luilli" lit liMt thi') tn'lleed mi. Joliti Dull hart cared well for hi fondly while hi w i . hut tin estrnvuKtituv of tin ' one In indtllccil n to cwry '.nit iitnl caprice hnil Itivottcd him tit taut. "Unit! MMr,M Wttltcrlwil prwtounriil tin1 Mtimil.ui when In fouiiil hlinolf fio'lnu xrtou debt uml riMinllilll-'le- . Tor two yran tin family Ihiil mi wlmt wn imtd of their ut n anerMcv. Then, ufler u nuMhlt tnlk with hi mothir nml ! tec. Walter Kt down to tin imtctli-H- l veI of lift ii in I attempted to iMtlHen- - thiin to ih th " rh.-rl only one liiv of nwlt) hIiI. In Hinr of "ii I- Hint Ii tth tint InHi trtiet. It IhuI tl v ! i iiroi-v)inr. iiui. hut miir- - two rnllrimiti lmi- - iiHirrl.il It. I. ii Ml us It III llkt u hHi'k )nnl. io inw woiiM think of lining It for revMinti1 IurtNi"i, uml Hh only liofn l that It limy vrtitimlly iill for a fm'tory Mti. I httvi MtMiriil m kmhI tl'tll. mi i' mil retHln tin t4tl hmm-lii'uml IIm- - nt li'MHt nmfnrtntily. You iliiir ihoIi' IihII lit ni) inn1, im tnattcr wlmt tirni." Ami now it fUMial vumtlmi lmI rhiinsiil thi- wlmlf ciirrriit of hln llfi. It wiih u in.v of Invi m ttrt sl).'ht, the .1.... II. ......I. tl...W l..f-l..I... III. Il.'ll . I llll". VI...- .... .fltii n nrphnu lhliis with n iimrrtiil ltiT; t nltiiittrnctlri rnthcr tlmu ctTt: uiiiritntloui uml with n unnn iIii. met. Tlniluy for win nrrlviil nt tin- - Dali home, wlihtn mi hoiirKloni uml Maud wirt iln(ntiil iy her Eciitle, vb)s. nml Walter'! inotluT. tleulic hln IihiiI-- i iimti-nt- . tit-Hetty hnil wn hroiiuht Up to xtrlrt iiillicrenre to tiotiehi)ld iliitlt!, nnd hy tin end of n week Mn wan flu-er-f ully n in- - liure of tin iloimvtlc rixoiiilhlll-tli- ! of the !milvliolil. Sonii4iow hi' 1 :i rflttr (WutUullf (Inl.S. Th pnptt rails K. tha warm air otilUt Iha rilum .i.l MctUn hat carttullj-- . UltrmJnr-l- l Jju(ll to .rrittUn TV TtiTCALOklC f , 'f Tha air pa4f an o tral.r othr warmairfunuMa., incMncr, pmnartlonaal af Iria CALORIC It twatlnt (pacllxthanaaa ritum air pip tan t I mnf bHfTH-- il x.- - if-aK- a Lart.""tlialfht hnnl Inauna adiual tupplf af return air. in of Mr. Thi IrKraaMt Ahntanrja anfln rlum pnckH.I pr-m- 7 .aaaaaaaaaaBBBm. thL ' Ht. Mnllltta ruantad mall (luiK.front Thi a cool pll CALORIC bTbTHIbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbT aiuat mt lttrMr l(h Irarrvtly Catlnt rvd I capt'lr mak (U. oVatrnl not tclul f.alur inauraa' ar. Imilalari.dan' capf thUdaaitn. CALORIC (onttructlan. pottibl trihtJ In at tihrt can thaaa point. No callar ba drawn an plaint dlracllf In Ih ctnlar. fumata oriar tha puimJ ralum of htl I (tnaralad) of Tha radiator' la aitilj catlnf. Jaubl mi return air. Thi ipxUI construction pra-raradiation af b.al la .Inmilatlnr air cnmbT ad a a patilira dltUion balran Dodii of warm and nd canUr.el tha Thi diilribuld "Ira rltr.r Urea Uarwiih k.Ua' par mil ua of of caal er wood, faad door mtmIi or fat. Th hold prntcaDaafl -- l.rf Tlht opaniraf chilnka. fHtlnal 'Tha Ik. nd.juarantatd ht famou CALORIC ribbad firtpot. Mad 1 far S ""1 ytartj I JI I I il Inmalatinr chambar andTU at prapar from ba f fumaca, ptrmllllnf Im flaw al ritum air ta hat. caatinta. rrtr! hlht - Vrfl awi " TOP -- -J l'J7B--raTaT-a----r- II II Jj,.u..utHVlLgg5?J ' si 1TV t-- A warm air. .I lo ftllant and ia platrd thai haalrd catlinca r.aparal lha ilr rapMlfJ Thi, produc Uilmy, mot,' CALORIC lr paas. J JT ..'..- ITbU.t.Ca. ' ' tw - ,1. Crow Section View of CaloriC 7r , 4uo. athpit door I Ilaa an aaulf r.(ulala4 ;i HASELDLN BROS., Lancaster, Ky. Nam Gryheund. Tho name creynound appeara tl havo no reference to the color, hut ll derfied from the Icelandic "itrry, nun n lie a ile I prut-llinll- y - wt. Aneltnt Diamonds. Diamonds wen known and wore ai Jewrl In India fi.tM) years nca and iitnl it cuttcra ami era ten. .uk) yean ( e nr. ' I ' lory Quit Jelly. Ivory ilmt. prorlr boMiil and prtv pared, nwkpa a Ha am) pure Jelly which U frr.UiMt peeavrltMl fur th sick. Cean Furniture. of tdrtts of camphot rrintbHrald edl be iimM In cleaalni funillare it wffl pot anty reraave thi To lfi ii- White Itland. Athlon White Ulninl the ancient name of llrltnln wa probably clveo It hr the Haul, on account of the white cliff on Hie iiiliemt coatt. Where Old Servants Ar Cared Tor. A pentlitir Inttltutlon In Stockhohi Is an "bl home." wtien trvaiit nervanta imi old to work are civet In ilietr lat ilaya. shelter ami Tebaeco Stcdt Alnott Oust ptniit nn The teed of the t o minute that a tblMWeftil will fur-ttUh enough ptantt fer an nero of " If. Irxlead o I snmnd. Tlie while M.i'fi. rtrr . 1 1,,, HiHltl. m. rt - to Mr. lUniratutte in !S. atnl It acemlite!! to .loan tltuhl. h el It In a perch ihat .ni in .Vorthamt-ton- . Knclaml. In Anterten tbe pnn wn Philanthropy Under th Ban. appropriate! ami hy In lturtnati It l rattier a suspicion! IBMflbcri of the Itvpttttllratt party, who -thine to clve money for a chaiitnhli nfTet tlonateJ)-It Cm ml Old object. It I iupoicd to mean thai Party." Till at one, a newv tlo.-atin heeu tery wicked an palter the ilonor and 'n ihe t.en'lllHet wti I iletlroii of msklne amends j tliortetieil to "(J O I that he "0rnd Old Party." term "(in ml OW Ma" w up-flli- .tianl me n liw Spare aad the kreti rawralac a, Wre4ey with lha! , tMKliaeiM WNk-ena el:ht-year nM, In a KeacktBi upp-.osan tsait ih atl hr felt wit that ran 'u lr e "I,-n- ar f.,--- Welter's Ph.ncj .it - . 1SS. . rr. In elow tikySeal tint, when .i 'U .11 -- r inllr ile- - hi aiatt M asr HIS i walk e did." . . I Coun'n - hi-a- iiiih-uIIii- i. Ih-c- ii LISTEN FOLKS ABSOLUTE SALE OF 1 L. G. Darldion, Cashier. V. 0. IMgney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Wm. F. Miller, Teller. Mrs. N. C Hamilton, Ass't Teller. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, the mucor hih! dlntliifiictloii of the Maters nml mcmiriipil her mollitT-lii-lnto lioiH'fiilcitKK for the future, when she illltiti-i- l mi the thut Walter wiih the mini to make n crutnl mieceii lu liulni-H- . "I niu koIiii: to imikp it of you, Muter," mild Hetty to .Maud one duy. "Wo nil wluli to help Walter, of ami inuke hi" hurileni llchter, nnd I feel thut you wilt with we In a pluti to .effect thnt end. 1 went out to look over tin tint Iron tmct t III iiiomlns. Of coume tlie two rtiHrtuit! eiiiUiiikiiii'iitH thut It. ex.i-p- t for the houlevnrdx under them, make It nluelexg fur hulhllui: Mtei. hut there l thirty ncre of the luxt noil I ever Haw. You l I know- a k'.HMl uhout fnnnlni:. I huve iinlti'ed jenile iirouml til tl npnn, ii little pnteh of ininh-nnd riilMm; u few ntimted ouloni uml Mvotlioil cut-tint; ilt-ii1 cer-tnln- ty LAND I ft PERSONAL PROPERTY M. on will at 1,0:30 A. nidi-thi- n ii It they wore Director and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. Miowh the city luin for noinethliii; freMi and ureen. What do you think it haw then me mi Idea for n Kurdeu cafeteria." Mitud lookeil puzzleil. "I don't think I undemtuml wlmt you men n, Hetty," That Kern Mm KUlll. Friday, Aug. 20th, Oltice Phone 18. Kentucky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Coplral $50,000 Book-keepe- Surplus 430,000. J. E. STORMES, Vice-PreC. M. THOMPSON, Teller. it r. Uoek-Keeper. A. It. DENNY, President S. C. DENNY, Cashier PAUL ELLIOTT, Individual HUGH MOULEY, General G. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebroad. Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. 11. My farm of 54 acres, located 4 miles out of Lancaster on the New married Walter I hud two tliounnnd Sell Ihe following property dollnni I Inherited from my mother. I This land is all sand stone land, 35 acres offered It to htm, hut he refuted to Danville pilte, known as the Squire Jim Bourne farm. a chuliee to Intent take It. Now I in clover, timothy and blue grass, remainder in cultivation. It. You, with your nplendld iilucuUoti and Minirt, quirk wti) at llcurvn. uliull he the mnmii;er of my ureat scheme. IMPROVEMENTS I uiiiHtIiiik1 how- - to direct hired work era to plow- - uml tilt the flat Iron tract. s They will cut it up Into hliKkn thin A good 7 room 2 story house in good repair; 13 acre tobacco barn good as new, also a one planted to ruhhucf, that onu to uml uml good onions utiottivr stock barn and other out buildings. Good cistern and fish pond and a nice young orchard. hii'ti and tninntin-n- , and no on. And we'll try lierrlea the xeciiml yvnr. Well, This farm is known as a real tobacco farm. we wilt IniiUKurati a new- - fml. The tract Is rluht In the city and 7 head of steers, one and two years old; PERSONAL PROPERTY AS FOLLOWS to reMdeutH fur inllen aniund. A thuu-uinUlltoimihllen pumi throiiKli It dally. 23 head of shoats; 2 pair of mules coming 2 years old. Also farming implements. Illcli mid JMior wilt he luvlteil to tlMt tin curdeim with liunketH, cut tin DINNER ON THE GROUND. .TERMS EASY. EVERYBODY heailn of cahhaKe, upriHit their nun INVITED I'holce of oiilotin, load up their hattketn, BOTH LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. and pan iilnus; to where our nwcet nnd pn tly I'lnm, collet'l the 'iiouey for their purclmles," And Walter Dale never realized until Mx mouth" later what n helpful, practical wife Im had, when Mm revealed the necrvt of the family kfcij-lutloi- i ki.-ik-iid "Why, Jilt thli: You know-- when I and handed MiottltiK til ut a hank hook hulantvs la four eiituurujlng lU'iren. CAPT. AM BOURNE Auctioneer. Tom Foynter, The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky Thursday Aug 19, 1920 FARM ANIMALS SOUND QUALITIES OF HORSE First Consideration of Buyer and Breeder Should Ot Soundness Cx. mine Thoroughly. Z. T. Rice Jrr, returned Saturday, after n weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice at Richmond. Mr. and Mr. Ontr?!e Tuttle home Saturday nlcht from -oAijustinent Sash Silver town Cords Uarboursvlllc where they spent the week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Scott and ion Hilly Ilrnwn, motored to Juilron Sunday and spent the day with Mr. pat nksi S TtiP soundness nf a Itorse i one of first cuiwtdertttimi f lj.er mid should he nf tin hreeHer. apronf liiB to the t'liiiM) Htitte iliirtHii,ii or agriculture. It ii, Hiriii h not mtw. enmly mrd m itlitnHl the ue whirl) lit ! lnniHl.ll. the, Upen im to leurn oT HilN i hefure the iwrttmsp, Election mut he primarily yslPMntte xatMt-tlim- ; mi n tlMtrtmch. the JuirtnutlHn hmiM hu iw a clear kHuUte f durable and utitlrMmhl traalltle. ljr the pre.i imp of hrmmmmJ-ihNot ttio cwndhfcm r erkw-ue- s ef the xti((H4Hwi oltwM tie noted. tt 11 fr 8oooCMik I I tI Un Fabric Tires 6ooo Miles Mr. William rime. Mr. ami Mrs. Tom PsoHn and tfauphtcrs Missps Flora and Corn, were visitors Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Std Doolin of liryantsvllle. Mr. and Mra . Homer Hay and fhll droit, Mrs. James Walker. Mrs. HasRrown and ion, J a raw Prnnklin te were recent pueita of Mr. and Mr Mlley Ilraztey. iwe) tt Mr. and Mrs . J. U Yan hnd for their Sunday visitors Mr. mid Mrs, Jahn Smith ami dauchtcr. Miss Hnzcl f Point Leaved and Mr. WIlHam Ileaatcy. Oss for Balloons. N thp cus most commonly It rerjulres alont for lmlloon 1.2; ruhle fp:t to lift a halloon pounds. Conl tens Is nelKlilne 1( sometime tifed. as It Is cheaper, hut Is not ptitlrely ntlfnctory hecause of It) croat heni'lniM. tlncuUbt ness. A Ttrmry NmNn)-H- i fresn pmuii tkNM .p asMsemil tin Il'dmeen hurried examtMitlftfi I, llV.sjr to llMIptBtHIHt. nhseriw MctHttlM. vke, faulty iw forHHMlHB, IHSfl EOMPrtd mMM4lH prOIC ClMrMftlftatlCK. elllmtl llnwlh'!ll(M.n are tllnt. iott nri eslre ti. . MoMtuhio are sear fnua nlil woumK evit. seralchtM, tx4l. awl Mamll rMptan. CWHMn rt nn Iwllw rWwr. crlhtiitif. Mrklnc stall valUan. wev tcf. ml Idling. Common faults of ctmforiMtiexi are straight honMers'. crooked, eok, rr !mpf'leriy wt leg, ewe neck, hawc and ilrtxifrfnc CtHMHMiei 11 c trk. rrat. lodrich Tires pre-wa- Active, Anyway. Paul went with hl mother to tho country. Proh ntercres from tho hrook n served on Hip table and upon venturlm; I" try oiiip for the tlrst lltne. hp exclaltnol: "Oh, It's nlhel" "Why do you think nked hl mother. "IlectiUkP It titles my tiiiicup," he ntisnenil. r Handicapped by Height. a rulp very tni: rer"" nr nld to he nefnnslllH alMiut thulr helcht to such a desroe ttutl It nfitisj (iroies ImiihIIih In the Mnv of tliHr Nuccess A notahle tiiolnnee of thli In life. clmmeter wax the nWeft ciont of ltHlH. Mm bmw. wm insxle fine hy exhlMtliii: ltlipll. yvt ho hum on uecount the mMM snkerHhle f hi- - hetBlit. A 11 1; A Goodrich Tire is one necessity sold at less than Goodrich Tires cost 15 to 20less than they did in I9IO and give far greater service. r prices SOLD BY Carncglr, a C. E. MORGAN. Type extreme tula, rtHctmu, Wr nttuphy J whm'Ii., contracted ten- le, HASELDEN BROS.. GARAGE AND Otympie Games. The nr'j.ti f H Olympic eamc It lost In aritbtiiHy. The nlllrlnl list ot victor hecn with Coroehua. who won e In 77 It. C They wero the fMi tehhftatCM every four ear and wero at tl.elr hHtlit In 'tli- - fifth and fourth Jcenturte It. (, The catain contlnueil ' until MM A. IX. when they were hy Ktnieror Tlivothislna. Tim moilern series nf Olympte enmes In Alheji" In 1MKV rf sup-presl- 'd he-Ic- don, OKI1. am) broken wind. (Soneral characteristic Inclndo fleMe Ins, tewperaiaeiit. qttunty, color, and In flnat qualities and Iff n't a. ulertton. look for the jtoud Hch thotn ncalnt the THE JOHN A. HAM FARM OF "BULSHEVIKS" New Tltt OF LIVE ST0Cr cr to the Reactionaries Applied by Wisconsin Farm, of Dovlne Society. Ixinc rarrUd m ly the t'nlt-iltfartuiriit of acrlfulturr In Prom n fartnir In Wisconsin comes a new word for use In the "ltetter HireUettir Stock" campaign now - l Stntt1 arc thr fart Hint MTtili r.rinli, (if imm inxlort!fit: tAt thrjr ami Imttrr nion the mtlk. ert-att.H-kami oiidmJ Hid fartmr to thr rnv, h n thi row phoutd fannrr. With then rtinrcc In mliwl r kt-r- allr of Mr with ptntA ami local a tirw title to the rifirt!martt MHloty. nwl cite the acn.l. kI' 'hp linUho.k, on thr Inlcrnatlooal tMa fanxiT uccrt that n known ln the rnih hull with hl Huatlon, ryu rttcr SHY AT REGISTERED CATTLE Poor Appearance ef Seme of Get of Pure-BreBulls Tend to Discourage Small Breeders. Ono of Hip Mrci-x- t ui'irn fnriiirn nr of soihp rTltprpl hnvp I ulla which iirr not inurh Ix'ttiT, It nuy hi'ttor. tiian hy n cmhI cthiI"' hull. iiin rnlvra If I'loro hri'nU'M of rrptMurp.! rattlp vould no tin' knife aa iikiIiiI. liili u(l f trinhiie t;ut Miii;rrHl .ill r Jut hi' utiie they run put tho on tin in. tliiTf oulil hp tnoro katiollHl I ttlf hri-ti- ri nml t'U ntuully invrp natlnfltil I s hrcohru. trril rnttlo l hnw Ht n thp t't thpy not mlUii; reel htcnuw niuiry of thtn rmwin tiMlay why oIttp1 lr! h I LIVE Oiip ( f tho STOCK NOTES co::ox:::ox::ox I'roluticpil roiitlnrtiM'iit uou n or ilry hwinl flwir of tin induce In heavy hoes. fci't Miru lainitn tilrci'tt ilrnuhnrka to the himv Imluktry la thu stoinnch wnnn. nrcltiotiil I'Ir that havo not i ahouhl not Iv plnipil on Infect 1 jiri'iu- ecu-rrrt- o 11 ISO A. M.) Tho owner has decided to locate elsewhere and we are instructed Mr. William Sutton is visiting NOTE. The contracts are drawn, we insert the price and terms, you do the bidding. Mrs. Wallace Jones of Paint Lick, she Nos. 27 and 28 Through trains bewill also visit Richmond relatives be. TERMS reasonable and announced at sale. For further particulars consult the own tween Richmond and Louisville, arfore returning home. riving and departing from Union Staer on the premises, or W. E. Whittaker at Hackley, Garrard County Ky, or Mr. and Mrs. William Walker, weeks tnd w.th the home folk, nenr," T" 'rnr",, T'ZH Tetu ' Point Lenvelt. tinkled to nnnounco to the people when Mrs. Henry Tuttle and Miss Fannie he came and went from tho altar. Merida were visitors Tuesday of Mrs. Milton Ward. SCHEDULE Mr. and Mrs. Green I'oynter and LOUSVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R., family yuptnt Saturday at Mt. HeKENTUCKY DIVISION. bron with friends. LANCASTER KENTUCKY. spent Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm Clark AUGUST 15, 1920. on the Lexington road. Mrs. Clay Broaddus and two ion, NO. 40 LEXINGTON SPECIAL returned kerne Monday after a visit Except Sunday. Lv.4i40 A. M. with Somerset relatives. Through train with Pullman Parlor Mr. Tom Ynntis was a visitor Sun-dn- y Car service to Cincinnati via, Lexington, iTaking connection fromt of Mre. Carrie Davidson and Mr. No. 24 at Rowland 4:'J2 A. M.) Ar. and Mrs. WIIMam Sutton. Lexington 7:25 A. M. Ar. CincinMiss Fannie Sutton of the Crab nati 10:35. A. M. Orchard Rend was the uest Tucidny NO. 71 STANFORD LOCAL of Mr. and Mrs. William Sutton. Except Sunday, Lv. 8i40 A. M. Mr. and Mrs. Baicom Pelphrey and NO 28 LOUISVILLE EXPRESS Miss Nelle Polphrey were with Dally. Lv. Ilt03 A. M. friends Saturday evenintr, Through train from Louisville via Mr. and Mrs. Mlley Rensley and Rowland, Ar. Richmond 12:17 P. Miss Dorothy were Sunday guests of M. (Connecting with No. 37 south Mr. John Broaddus at Hyuttsville. Ar. Knoxwlle 8:03 P. M. and with Mr. and Mr. Robert Yntcr spent; No. 38 north Ar Cincinnati 0:30 P. the weekend in Richmond with their' M.) aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Allmond. NO. 70 RICHMOND LOCAL AT 10:00 A.M. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and twoi Except Sunday, Lv. IZilS P. M. Thii as one of the choice farms of this noted sandstone belt, good land, well situated children of Madison, spent Wednes- -' NO. 27 LOUISVILLE EXPRESS and exceptionally improved; long pike frontage and a beautiful place to live. If you buy one day with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward.1 Leave 2tOO P. M. Dally. or all you wil have something to attract the other fellow when you choose if ever to resell. Mrs. A. K. Merida has returned Through train to Louisville via TRACT NO. l House tract consists of 25 acres, fine 9 room residence, stock barn and home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Rowland, (taking connection from Nos. 33 and 37 at Richmond l'J:5j every necessary outbuilding, beautiful shade and abundance of bearing fruit trees. You can Simon Tankersley of the Klrksvtlle road. P. M.) Ar Louisville 0:30 P. M. not duplicate the improvements alone on this tract for less than $10,000. Miss Nettie Oldham was deHirht-full- y NO. 39 LEXINGTON. SPECIAL TRACT NO. 2 Consists of 30 acres of as fine land as ever a plow was stuck into. One entertained Sunday at the home Except Sunday. Lv. 10i02 P. M. good 6 acre tobacco barn right at road and a fine building or residence site close by. This will of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ulanton of LanThrough train with Pullman Par. make you a home and money too. caster. lor Car service from Cincinnati via TRACT NO. 3 Consists of S acres fronting the pike. Buy this one for home or inLexington. Ar. Stanford 10U1" P. Messrs J. l Foley, Tom Turner, vestmentyou know these small M. (Connecting with No. il south, Tom llarniM, Arthur Turner, 'J. L. Ar. Crab Orchard 11 :8 P. M Ar, Now, if you or your friend are in search of a home and good land too, the kind of land Yantis and son George, spent SaturKnoxville StSS A. M. Ar. Atlanta day ut fartersville. you best look this over before hand. We find the owners of such tracts are that rewards including fine buildings, now owned by Jas Rogers, at AUCTION, on the premises about 3 miles North of Cottonburg, on the Kentucky River pike in Madison County to be sold in separate tracts, 60 ACRES 525 and 30 Acre Tracts, Historic Belts. as done ThP largest hell tier Id Ittisda In ami to the Intense disappointment of It nmken It was Mrs. William Walker was a visitor cracked In the ens tins. The hell welched lfS tons. The enrllcst record Monday of Mr. William Scott. of hells Is t he foiir.il In Kxndita, .Mrs. Jaraet Yantis visited Mrs, were. thev were med ns trimmlnc for Milcy Brazley Tuesday afternoon. Aaron's rote at the hem, "n eolden hell rmeprannte, a eolden hell and MiH Eta Merriman tspent the past"'"' GUY. ot Law-cast- er Friday, August 27th tracts. to sell at any price. to sell. ! i 'Hie hot mult como In krepluc tho yuunc oilf In n cleun pluco In the hum until iihout Hint) nioutha old. Shicii tick ruim creat aunojanre to li(i of ull nee, hut luore rlully to Hip Intnhi after the older hup have hetu aliom. lu Irvine t Ifw Ui hody wWsht ceil " i tj n D. A. Thomas LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. tion 10th and Broadway, Louisville, Miss Annie Belle Crutchrkld and Mr. V7n sr ri ml nannaplinr ftw riilnf Sid Aldridge r guests Sunday at j South anJ Welt. Crab Orchard SprinCs. be. Nofc 40 flnJ 30 Thtoaeh Mrs. Z. T. Rice and Miss Carolyn tween Stanford end Cincinnati, I and little Robert Leslie, of rivinsr and departing from Central ar-Ri- ce Richmond, arrived Monday to visit Union Station. Cincinnati and con- Mrs. Carrie Davidson. nectlni? for nolnta North. Ei.t and Mrs aCi.'le SavWcen and Msttri Witt. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 19,1920 TEATER3VILLE. Mr, ami Mr. Collie Turner are the proud parent of n HttU boy born on the 8th, Miss Cora Fletcher of Paint I.lck I vlttlntr hrr sister Mr. anil Mr. Mr Collie Turner. Messrs Walter and Anion Hume ami Randot I.emny wore In Kichmond Tuesday oif business. ' Miss Uerthn Davit of Lexington spent last week with her couilns Miss es Mollle and Oru Oliver. Mr. anl Mrs. Harry Turner and i WHIT E ' FLOUR I; Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. -- IS Swinebroad's Series Of September Auction Sales Of Farms and City Property MEMORIZE THE DATES THEN FOLLOW YOUK MEMORY. Send for catalogue giving full description. We "Turn Down" an auction sale proposition unless it appeals to us as something the buy- tni? nubile wants. Therefore, w e ' ALWAYS HKI.U" We sold over IS.uOO.OUO.OO ef Real Kttate in t!Ul, and already this year S8S1.77H.00 of real estate. Kvery purchaser at our sal can sell at a protlt. and then Swinebrosd Is ONK real estate man who universally advertises "No SKLLS JUST AS ADVERTISED. Follow our sales. We will make you money. We have something you want. If you want to "Buy" or want to "Sell" get In touch with the "Real Kstate Headquar ters. NOW GET THE DATES. mites from THURSDAY, SEPT. 2nd.. 10 O'CLOCK, 110 acres for R. G. Deheney. 2 Danville on the Stanford Pike, Iloyle County, lluy this one you wont regret It. FRIDAY, SEPT. 3rd., 10 O'CLOCK 3 small farms .H acres 17 acres 00 acres far i. A. Carpenter, Lincoln County, Prrachersvllle pike. A lot of Real Kstate SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th., 10 O'CLOCK severs! fine mWerwe building lots, etc., in r, Garrard County. Anything you want. An All Day Sale. Hand Concert. 275 acres In 3 tracts for Speenamore Jfc Hester TUESDAY, SEPT. 7th., to O'CLOCK (known as the Dr. Harlan farm) 34 miles of Danville Iloyle County, tut Unosster Pike, Here is a good one and an absolute sale WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8th 148 ACRES for W. C. Ilalley, In Mereer Cuntjr, Chatham Pike, li mile from Harrodsburg and Lexington pike, fi miles from Hsrrodsburg. THURSDAY, SEPT. 9th.. 10 O'CLOCK. 2 farms in Mercer County 120 acres fur C. L Pke. 60 acres for J. L. Worley Shakertown & Htsrgin pike. Send for catalogue with descriptions. Also descriptions of farms for sale privately in catalogue. 109 acres for J. H. Weaver Lincoln Guntj"- -5 FRIDAY, SEPT. lOih., 10 O'CLOCK. miles tancastcr near Hubble on Danville pike. Another good one another absolute lte. Also a lot of personal property. SATURDAY. SEPT. 1 1th.. to O'CLOCK. 4113 acre subdivided for Mr. and Mm. J. 1 County on line Fairfield pike I mile Jackson Hluhwaf at 7 miles Hardstown--Nelso- n Cox's Creek. The best farm and the best improved in Nelson County. 55 acres for C. II. Foster. Mereer County, rrgkt TUESDAY, SEPT. 14th., 10 O'CLOCK at Salvisa on Harrodsburg & Louisville pike. A nice little home. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 15ih. 10 O'CLOCK 133 acres for W. C Cowherd Tayler CmMty. on Friendship pike. 3 miles Campbcllsville, in Famous Heechwood Seettun. Ab crops, livestock and other personal property. THURSDAY, SEPT, 16th., 10 O'CLOCK, 50 acres for W. C. Wilkinsan, Hoylr funt. 1 H miles Danville, Hustonville pike. This one is a "DANDY." No others en the market like it. To those wanting to sell in October, book date with us NOW. FRIDAY, SEPT. 17th. 10 O'CLOCK. FOR Mrs. S. A. Wheeler. 2M aerrs. subdivide. Sti-soCounty, 3 miles Hardstown, New Haven pike Jackson Highway. A pretty heme ad good land. SATURDAY, SEPT. 25th., 10 O'CLOCK, Livestock. Farming Implements. Mules. Hk. Cattle, of G. H. Swinebroad 1 mile of Lancaster, on Danville pike. Garrard County. At some time will also sell my line herd - to head Registered Jerseys. Will sell the jerseys after lunch. My farm of 300 acres near Hubble, Lincoln County, all in grass for rent privately. For further particulars send for catalogue, see the owners of the farms, or W. K. Mots or R. II. Dever at my Danville offices, or W. A. Dickerson or my son, George Swinebroad at my Lancaster offices, or by-bid.SCim-berlln President, GEO. O. SPOONAMORE Secretary, C. L. ZANONE V. A. DOTY Treasurer, Ex.Servlce Men, Join the Americau Legion of this Post. two children were the quests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Collie Turner. Mr. and Mm. Floyd Ray anil children were the iruest of Mr. ami Mr. James Hume Sunday afternoon. Misses Lida nnd Sallie II. Lane of Richmond are visiting their cousins. Misses Iva Pearl and 7.illa Mae Hume. Mr. A. J. Oliver and son Claude spent part of last week with his par ents. Mr and Mrs Oliver at Iouiavlllo. Mr. Mollie Mobley and Mrs. Sallie Hurt and Mrs. l.ou Simpson were the guests of Mrs. Kliia Hume nnd family Wednesday. his goods. The home merchant can not afford", Duringthe past few months we to profiteer. Were he to do so he have several times heard our home would soon be trapped and would merchants criticised for the prices thereafter be n dead one in this community. they charge for their goods. Prices are high abnormally high The home merchant does charge a but we believe the home merchants higher price a much higher one than he did before the war. He is are as reasonable in. their cliarges as compelled to do so or go out of busi- can be expected under existing con ditions. ness. Let's be fair and consider both paying enormously high He i prices for his goods in the wholesale! sides before we criticise. Let's Be Fair. "" MARKSBUKY Mr. and Mrs. James Turner have i s markets. if ) V paying increased freight rates and cartage. His help costs him more money and his overhead expenses are, greater. Everywhere he turns he is forced to pay a heavy increase in tne cost 01 conducting his business. Added to this, he is under an ad. ditional pressure in paying the high cost of supporting his family and He is himself. All of this must come out of the business, and this can only be done by charging a reasonable per centage of profit over the wholesale cost of If your neighbor calls you a fool, don't be too hasty about punching him. He may have blundered onto the truth. j The man with money has troubles of his own. He has to be forever sidestepping to prevent some other fellow from euchreing him out of it. Some men are always worrying over the brevity of women' dresses. If they would make a practice of looking at faces they would have less to complain of elsewhere. We only see where we look. r i X r Will TO- been visiting at Hiattsville. Mrs. U. S. Clark gave a trip to Lex- ington in honor of her neice, Mrs. Khunllen of Kansas City. Miss Thelma Ingle was the guest of the family of Mr. James Clark on Sugar Creek pike last week. Ily request the Ladles Working Society met with Mrs. George HutT- -j man. after business meeting delight-- 1 ful refreshment were served. W wilt sail you the vrjr b,l Tlm- othy Md for Fall towing at the low- -' Call and I price possible. us. Garrard Milling- Co. Mr. and Mrs. John Depper and Mrs. Humphrey of Hardstown, who have been spending several day with Mrs. Edmond Sutton left this week to visit relatives at Middlesboro Mr. Center shipped a car loa d of fat cattle last week paying an average of 7 W cent. Mr. Center recently purchased the following, from Mr. D. M. Lay 6 fat cattle at 7W. - from Charles Dunn at 7c, from other pnrt- ies C young cattle at 7c, I cow at $50, 1 cow and calf at $62.50, I cow and calf at $"2.50 - 5 S $ W i SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Auctioneers Col. Holivar Uond of Versailles. Cant Geo. Toombs of Danville, Cant T w Sims of SpringiWld, Capt A. T Scott of Lancaster, Doc Hond of Versailles, f'.rnrsr Swih. broad of Lancaster, Col. I), L. Perry of Columbus, Ohio, and others. BUCKEYE iiHsS That is the first thins; we think about when we go to invest m dollar. Then comes the question Will it Pay to drive to Bryantsville to do your trading? We know we can save you money on the following and many other things not listed in this ad. It Pay? I ED Delbert Whltaker who has been 111 is now improving. Mr. Edd Dailey and family were guests of relatives near Hryuntaville Sunday. Deering Binder Twine 17c per pound. New car load of wire fence, which is going at the following prices: 65c. Four foot No. 9 top and bottom 7oc. Four foot, heavy weight Four foot, 6 in. stay heavy weight. 85c. Heavy cattle barb wire $6 for spool 80 rd Heavy Hog barb wire, heaviest made $6.50 per spool of 80 rods. Fresh car load of salt at $3.48 per seven bushel barrels. Becker & Ballard I PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY, HEAR Mrs. Hugh Miller and mother, Mfs. George Hendren spent Sunday at Camp Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Curtis and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray Wednesday. Mrs. Bessie Adams and son, Homer of Louisiana, spent last week with Hay. 3r her sister, Mrs. Oscar A number of relatives and friends attended the funeral of Mrs. T. O. Hill in Lancaster 'Monday afternoon. Mr. Hugh Kurtz will lead the pray- er meeting Wednesday evening. Sub ject "Charity". Come a welcome to all. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riveter nnd Mr. Luke Rlester of Nicholasville spent Sunday with Mr. Hiram Ray and family. Mr. S. X. Morford of Nicholasville bought 107 acres of land front Mr. Henry Teater on the Uuckeye pike, price unknown. Mr. und Mrs. Mai Carter and son, Oscar. Mr. J. P. I'rather and Mr. Phil I'rather spent Wednesday in Lexing ton with Mrs. James Stapp. George Stormes and daughter, I.Mr. have been visiting Mr, and Dan Ray, Mr. Harrison Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Lenzy Ray, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller M daughter of Arkansas and Miss Klliu. js beth King of Uryantsville nre visiting J Dr. and Mrs. George Hendren. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sundew and I daughters. Prof and Mrs. CranfUl, and Miss lleulah May spent Sunday in Nicholasville with Mr. and Mrs. W. i: 1; i PUBLIC SPEAKING County Court Day In Lancaster. Honorable Albin W. Barley, Congressman First District, Kentucky, will speak at the Court House in Lancaster, Kentucky, J i a MONDAY. at 1:15 o'clock flUO. 23rd, HOMER S. CUMMINGS SENATOR WARREN HARDING AT II. Gulley. Mr. W. H. Gulley and son Frank, and Mrs. Cecil Gulley of Nicholasville were guests of Mrs. R. W. Sanders Thursday, Mrs. Gulley came over to attend the W. M. S. of which she is a McRoberts Drug m Store j m August Records and lots of Hawaiian now 1h stock. member and paid her dues until Jan. 1021, We are always glad to have her with us and hope to have her again soon. W. M. S. met Thursday, Miss Tdary Kurtz read the Scripture lesson. Prayer by Mrs. Cranfill, song, Messed Jesus, Interesting papers were read by Mrs. Davis Sutton, Mrs. Cranfill, Misses Beulah May and Sallie Lou Teater. Prayer by Miss Ueulah May. After singing How Firm A Foundation the meeting closed with prayer mmi by Mrs. Cecil Gulley. Party. Mr. Barkley is one of Kentucky's most brilliant and entertaining speakers. It will be worth your while to hear him discuss the great public issues in this day of reconstruction. THE WOMEN. Suffrage is already granted to women in the selection of presidential electors. In our opinion in a short while they will enjoy the general right of suffrage. The responsibility equal with men is upon them to select the public officials and settle great public questions. They are especially invited to hear Mr. Barkley on thiv Occasion. Many women have already told us that they will be present on this occasion. One half of the seating capacity of the Court House will be reserved for their comfort. The public generally is extended a cordial invitation to hear Kentucky's great orator in the interest of the Democratic J. E. ROBINSON, - Chairman Democratic Coimtj Executl?e;CoanIttce. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 9. 920 1 1 116 ACRES BOYLE COUNTY LAND-THE It's a cinch j j to figure why Camels sell! R. G. DOHONEY FARM at Auction Thursday, Sept 2nd 10 j ? ' J satisfying. First, quality second, Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which you'll certainly prefer to either kind smoked straight I Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet all the desirable body is there ! And, Camels never tire your taste I You'll appreciate Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor I You should know why Camels arc so unusual, so refreshing, so o'clock. 2 miles of Danvil!., mi thf Stanford IMkc, in jrood LOCATION: .leihlxirhixiJ. ri'i- t tn a Hplemlid piko, unr of tlu best In the county. in tin host school of the J'ist the pine to make money and educatf .vir State. ,lut th i irht size farm. list luiijr frontage on pike, and can be di- ided t' an advantac If two partim want smaller farnw buy it together and mnko the division, or the purchaser ran sell ofT a part for more pur acre than he will - hl, - pay for th entire farm. Splendid 7 room dwelling, pantry, hall and 2 IMPROVEMENTS: and meat hotiie in yard; now garago, new tobacco porchtft: 2 poultry hou bars, rood aleck ham ith water tank and trough in barn; new 3 room tenant house This farm h well waterod, cistern at door, largo spring with concrete Rood ore haul ; bttxntlftil yard wiUi tttailo truo. ThU is an at- water tractive and desirable home, and yon don t want to ovurtook this onu. 90 acres in Bine Graaa tod, balance in ciiltivation. Will be old on easy terms for pain Minn January 1, 1021. T trng; J ? q f) T Mr. Dohoney ha Instructed m to Mil far tho "lUtzh Dollar. so look- out, aomebody my get .. bargain. If purehawr wata imaitidlaui pooteaaioi) will sell nrowlnf crops at a reasonable prico. ' REMEMBER THE DATIJ. Per further particular soo .Mr. Dokonoy at the farm, HUGIIRS vt.Mi- I UlTY. KBAL ESTATE AGENTS AT STANFORD, W. R .Motw or It. H. Dover, at my IDanelllo itk: W. A. Diekorten or Goo. Swinobroml at my Lancaster of- Aeo, or rette in the world at any price I WRK1SH OIOMLSTIC&' For your own satisfaction comparts Camels puff by puff with any cigatirL clmmTii HOW MANY CAN YOU IDENTIFY? ! J BLEND Jy WA mr moid mtywhrmn ctnti6cUr fxcljtf, of 30 rrtfr, or n psckif 1 200 uiuwttm m flKuiwfxcwr-cararv- J cit carton. 1V ttonilj neommmnJ tiut trtoa for ( hoao er opplx or mhmn yow Nl C. K. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, WWon-SaJet- n, Cm o( Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Send for catalogue. Look ip dntcs of other auction sales. Friday, Sept 3rd, 10 Twenty New Names To Wealthy Indians I Be Added Soon To Are Extravagant List In U. S. Hall Washington, Because each adult Osage Indian in Oklahoma getn Of Fame. tween $9,000 and $10,000 income n be- men of affairs of 34 states. Election f takes place every five years The Hall of Fame is in a colona le which circles one of the buildings of the New York University, Hboal qontioolf Hunt'aSsIt la lh uratmcot of Bora. TrttcrJltacwcnii.lHb.ctc. Doa- brcom tfiKourvrd bccsuM otter ImtiMatt failed. Hual'rSorx b cIctc huoditdt of tuck NONiy ACK, at our iltk TODAY. litc7sZ for H lotattr ky STORMES DRUG STORE. I It o'clock. 3-Sm- all Farms-- 3 CARPENTER, In Lincoln - For G. A. Co., 2 at - - Public Auction. 38 Acres With Improvements. 17 Acres With Improvements J S These two farms are divided by pike. On I'reuchorsville pike. i mile from Stanford nnd Crab LOCATION: Orchard pike nnd II mib's from Stanford. The ,18 acre tract has C room cottage, porches well and cistern, atock and tobacco bnrn, other out buildings, good orchard strawberries and other small fruit, fi acres in tobacco nnd corn balance in Hluu Grass. N'ice little home fronting right on pike, nice yard, plenty of shade, good fencing and everlasting ittock water. The 17 acre tract is all in grass and has cottage of I rooms and porch. The two together make a splendid little 5 acre farm. Look it over it may be just what you want. A No the third farm of CO acres on the County Komi leading from the I'renchersville Pike to Goshen Pike, about 1 mile from the above tracts, a room house with porch Small stock barn. 8 acres in corn and tobacco, bnlance in BKie Graiw. Well watered by wells, pools and ponds. No waste lund. The sale will be held at the 38 acre tract where Mr. Carpenter livos. Easy terms and possession January 1, 1921. E. Moss or R. For further particulars see Mr. Carpuntor at the farm, office; W. A. Dlckerson or George Swinebroad at my H Dcvor a my Danville Lancaster office; or - . J A 0 9 O Q ' J 'Frances 0 Out of the lUt of NEW YORK, those whose names nppenr in Ameri-ca'- s Hall of Fame, how mnny can you identify? Do you know for what they were famous A recent poll, taken at n New Y'ork University, revealed that but one stu. dent knew the entire list. The present list, to which twenty more arc toon to be aildcd, contains the following: Emerson, Henry Ralph WnWo wadnworth Longfellow, Washington limine. Jnmcs Hnsscll Lowell, Abra-ham Lincoln, George Bancroft, Wm. Cullen Hryn. James Fenimore Coop. . O- - Wendell Holmes, John L. Mot-Icy, Kdpnr Allen Poe, Francis Park- man, Horace .Mann. Henry Wnrd Edwcrds, Mark Heecher, Jonathan Hopkins, William E. Channing, rhil-- a lips Urooki, Peter Cooper, Oeorce IVabody, John J. Audubon, Asa Gray, Louis Ai:nii, Joseph Henry, Robert Fulton, Samuel F. B. Morse, Ell Whitney, Ellas Howe, Daniel Boone, David G. Farrncut, Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, Nathaniel Hawthorne, William T. Sherman, Gilbert Stuilrt, James Kent, John Marshall, Joseph Ailnnis, Henry Clay, Benjamin Frank-- 9 lin, Thomas JciTenon, John Green. Washington, leaf Whlttfer, George Daniel Webster, James Madison, John Quincy Adams, Mary Lyon, Andrew Jackson, Emmn Willnrd, Alexander Hnmilton, Harriet Beecher Stowe, j a ' w E. WillnrU, Mnria Mitchell Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, Look up the date of other Sales. KENTUCKY. Our automobiles are n,t your service , ami Charlotte S. Crushman. One of the rules is that you have W to be dead before you arc eligible to the Hall of Fame, Ottamar Samuel, Clemens, Charles Danna, Horace Greeley, Roger Wit-- 2 ' Hams. John Paul Jones, Pocahontas, ilellcn Hunt Jackson, Susan B. An-- 9 thony and Dolly Masters seem sure to be among the list that will be named tj by November rifst. The American Hall of Fame was j established 20 year ago by an un- , named friend of tho New Y'ork Unt- (versity. The fund was then ftOO.. 000 and later increased to 1200,000. Henry Mitchell McCracken was the Art director. lie was succeeded by Robert Underwood Johnson and Mrs. William Vanamme, is acting director while Dr. Johnson Is In Europe. The electorate consists of authors, educators, editors, presidents of Universities and colleges, scientists, Jurists, hlstorlal high public officials and: a . "Many of these Indian tribes," deBank of England. clared Representative Rhodes (Rep., The Hank of Ki.;iand Is tint n govMo.) , a member of the ernment Institution nt Is (Htpularly "hnve shown marked progress supposed. It wa projected by William in education and in their farm activ- I'atvrsoii, n Scotch merelmnt, tn meet ities, but in the majority of cases the the dlltlcultles exrtenretl by William Indian Is slow to respond to civiliza- III In ruining supplies for the war tion. I fear the Indian problem will against France. Forty merchants subscribed fCOO.OnO tOTariW the sum of be with us many years. "The most remnrkable situation ir 1.200.000 to be lent to the govern-nieat S per of tkit of the O sages in Oklahoma. lie subscrlherHcent. In consideration as being lncororated As a tribe they are the richest per t bank. capital people in the world. Last year their per capita income was $fc,000. A family of five, therefore, A canita cot $40,000. In 1920 the income will be between $9,000 and I $10 000. This money comes from! oil and gas leases. "It was no uncommon thing to nnd In Her Mother Hone, bay Itui a family in which there ure half a Georgia Lady, Regarding Black-deie- n Draught. Relief From Head-numbadult members in which each. owned from one to three fctle, Malaria, Chilli, Etc. automobiles and super-sixe- s at that. They nre throwing their money away. Rlnrgnld, Ga. Mr. Cbas. flaston. In 1931 the trust period tn which of this place, writes: "l am a user ; In fact, Thedford these lands are held for the Indians of wag cn6 oI oup famllr mcm,infli. u will hnve expired, and then, unless home, when I Iso in icy mother" the government begins soon to with- - wni a child. When any of us child-holwmplalned of headache, dually some, of the incomes it is now caused by constipation, sho gaTe us of fc dow 0f paying to the Indians, 75 per cent which would the Osages will be charges upon the rectify tho trouble. Often In th Spring, wo would havo malaria and State, of Oklahoma." '"M- - cr trouble of thla kind. w Mr Rhodes is In pretty take withholding half the money. Uar umn th0 llvsr acted well, and bene- - we would coon if up and around from this time forward for the Wo would not be without It. fit of the Indians and in order that us lota of ha for ' the State of Oklahoma will not L...J doctor "rtalnlyJust awved ot niacK- cote mil. ve a 'to assume responsibility for them. Draught when not so well "White traders." Mr. Rhodes added, lot of diy In bed." ha been "are very much against the recom tn Thedford' many yer In the treatuse for mendation. They are prospering In ment of stomach, liver and bowel u'artty which It and near the Indian reservation. trctbles. and the "We found the Indian warehouse uor enjoy la proof of its merit. If your liter it not doing It duty, practically empty. There is no you will ulfer t:.n suia disagree-nblfor their further maintencymptoms m fcMdaehe. biliousance. I am in favor of abolishing ness, constipation. Indigestion, etc., them. In every case we found the and unlet aomethins is done, eerlou may rvsult. government-owne- d tribal herd for the trouble ha been Thedford' Indiuns has not been a success, and found a vftltublo remedy for these the big Irrigation project have not trouble. It 1 purely vegetable, oad aud natural way. yet demonstrated that the govern- act In a prompt rex to It proper regulating the ment was Justified In instituting them function and cleansing the bowels of at the expense of the Indians. The taiDurltlt. Try it Insist oa Thedford. tho orlf nal and genuine. HI 7t Indians do not use them." nt Oeafncss That Isolates. does not rievirll) pll stupidity, nllhcuch n grciu many people seem to think hi. There nre any number of clever, Intel1 cent prople of Coxl cOucntlon nnd linmil views who through IIIiichk or uccliltnl become r partially hard of hearing deaf. Isolation is the hardwt thing a pardeaf of tiallywhen intmiu ha to contrnd with, fairs Committee the member one In denied general Interand which have returned from a visit to course with other one Is apt to grow the Indinn reservations. selfish nnd year from his solary in o:l lands, Uncle Sum is facing the prospect that they will become public charges in n comparatively short time. has This latest Indian problem been discovered by members of a subcommittee of the House Indian Af- Deafni- nr FAMILY MEDICINE er Black-Draug- Black-Draugh- "'0'u,c ld BtacU-Draua- Black-Draug- tl just.-Jicatlo- o Rlack-Draur.- lt 11 Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 19, 1920 "CLOSE-UP- " OF THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES' WHAT'S DOING Among IN Politicians. TIMES. 'it With the primary nominations out of th way and the campaign chairmen selected, nothing remain but to man the headquarters to start In full blast the fight that will determine the The two Ohio editorial Candidates I abounding faith In his own person political status of Kentucky and prob-nbl- y the Presidency nnd the complex, for the Presidency are men of marked allty and in his nbllltles to bring ion of the Federal Senate. Everycontrasts. In eeklnir to how or.ie ! things to pass. One seems to say, "I think", the thing Indicates that the campaign of these contraiti I shall not overwill be the most vigorous and Intenstrain; indeed there scarcely could be other "I do." There is restfulness and reposeful sive ever waged In the Old Commonoverstatement. To begin with the ness about Harding only gained by wealth, which has come to be regardapproach: Harding' headquarters are in n those who have struggled through ed as n doubtful State, although the Democrat will not concede this point. plain, two story cottage next door to great efforts to a realisation of hi own home in n quiet hady street evitabte triumph; Cox has the alert- - While relying to a great extent on of a country town. A lean and sleepy- - ness and restlessness of one whose stump activities, as has been the cusloobing policeman Is the only guard. successes have stimulated to still tom, the Democrats will pay more atI higher aspirations, opened vaster vis-- J tention to organisation this yenr than h Tha visitor naturally looks for a Is none, so he opens ions and spurred to grander achieve-- I ever before, and in this way will meet but there the Republicans on their own ground, tho screen door and walks in among ments. Harding wore a red rosebud on his organization having always been the a small force of secretaries. a.lkc as not, as in my own caie, the Senator ! coat larel: Cox sported a big rich trump card of the Republicans in a Kentucky campaign. himself Is encountered in the hall. j gem on his scarf. There Is a small (ront parlor for those ' Harding's phone rang and he an- -. The most perplexing feature that who must wait, and the little room swered, "Hello Is that you Chuck, confronts the managers of parties is I in which the Senator does his work, Say Chuck, drive around this after- - the female vote. How many women I will go receives visitors, holds conferences noon and let's go to Mansfield. the polls and how will they and Issues statements to the men of haven't had n minute's vacation in vote, Is the question that I puzzling the press is in the rear. Upstairs are four weeks." It Is easy to visualize the men in active charge of both cammore secretaries. Newspaper men Harding enjoying the country and paigns, with little prospect of, an anscluster all day long on settees and the stopping more than once to pluck wer until the returns nre canvassed Dignisortie richly tinted blossom or a tiny in November. This feature of the railinirs of the front porch. taries from afar come for a few hours flower nesting in n hedge. Harding campaign mast vitally concern the could be a happy man stretched out Democrats, the Republicans having a and fade away. under a shade tree alone with n fav- decided advantage In that they can At The Stat House. orite book. depend upon the almost solid support How different at Columbusl Cox seemed happiest in the midst To get to Cox one enters the of his national committeemen. With of the colored women. Both parties will make special efgrounds of the State House, Hanked him the instinct is to turn to the on either side by great guns and tumult of busy places, to the quick forts to bag the independent vote, statued statesmen, mounts broad but sure grasp of main chances, to which will most likely determine the granite steps, passes between giant the Jostle of crowds, to the clash of result in Kentucky, and on this point pillars into spacious corridors, crosses active minds and the heated atmos- it seems to be generally agreed that a vast rotunda waited with famous phere of ardent endeavor and import- the advantage lies with the Demo crats. historical painting and swings open ant enterprise. Luck or Skillful Management. the massive mahogany door of the There is little flavor of sentimentJudge Ralph Gilbert, Shclbyville, is Offices of vhe Governor. All the ality in Harding's talk. There is no no doubt very grateful to the friends pomp and importance of high place "home and mother" sob stuff comes are here. Post secretaries, under- from him; and yet he for year nas who made his nomination for Con secretaries and doorkeeper one slowly made a paper that every mother in gress in the Eighth District possible. penetrates to a noble room where Marion want in her home. The suf- but to none of them is he more In men, of fame that is nation wide are fragettes of the nation may be sus debted than toGeorgv T. Davis, Lib waiting their turn to see the Cover picious of Harding, but most every erty, one of his opponents, who clinch nor. And the Governor is still be woman In Marion county swears by vd his nomination by polling 710 op position votes in Shelby County. An yond other massive doors, other sec him as womenkind's staunchest retaries, other, doorkeepers. friend. His newsboys like him so analysis of the primary vote shows Yet Senator-Harding- , amid his sim well that the wildest demonstration that the Gilbert campaign either ben by 'extraordinary good luck or ple surroundings, is a courtly and mode In Marion the night of his nom. efitted was skillfully managed In diverting commanding figure; Governor Cox, inntion was made by them. He does for all hi Bwcnlflcent setting. Is dap- not of such things. He wears a rose so many opposition votes in Shelby County, where they would do no per and democratic. Nothing could but does not mention flowers. belittle Harding or alter his grand Cox, on the other hand, is striking harm. Mr. Davis took his defeat manner; nothing could torn Cox's ly sentimental in hi talk. One of his gracefully and pledged his undivided support to Judge Gilbert in the con level head org! re hi the grand poje. earliest public speeches is recalled in Harding is very tall, rafcr.lder which in Introducing a singer to an test with his Republican opponent. and slightly stooped; CX tsjshort, audience he said, "You will like her Now Ua To Son. stodgy and square. In 18UC George M. Davison, Stanvole because it comes from a heart Harding turns to you gently, am.it-bl- that has mad a home for four ford, was swept by the McKinley tide takes year hand warmly and babies." That is Coxlike. He de- into Congress from the Eighth Disholds it lingeriagly, hi who: Manner lights in the velvety taste of senti- trict over John B. Thompson, framing the qaattion, "What can I ment on hi tongue but never let It bis democratic opponent, he do for you!" Cox turns upon you get in the way of hi footsteps. being the first Republican to break abruptly, grasp your hand tightly There Is a vague but unavoidable im- the long line of Democratic succesand shake it briskly, makiag.a quick pression that in matters of sentiment sion, and it fell to the lot of the late inventory of you, as if wondering, Harding says less than he feel and George G. Gilbert, Shclbyville, Demo"What use can I make of thU fel- that Cox feel less than he say. crat, to redeem th district, which he low?". Harding carries a printer' rule in did handily in 1898. Now it is up to Harding U mltow;'Cox U metallic. hi pocket as symbol of his life's in- the latter' son, Judge Ralph Gilbert, Harding lounge leisurely in hi terest; Cox carries in hi busy head a Shclbyville, who wa nominated In the scat and likes to throw a leg over an boyhood vision of exceptional service. recent primary, to win back the Con arm of his chair or put a foot on hi hl,l Kv By such as Harding the institutions desk; Cox sits bolt upright, his hands of civilization are conserved and puri- King Swope, Danville, who will be hi gripping the arms of hi chair and fied; by such as Cox these institutions opponent, a Davison wa hi father' his feet planted firmly on the floor. are conceived adversary twenty-tw- o year ago. and advanced. Harding talk slowly, ingratiatingThey are alike in that the spirit of Eighth Dlstrjct Democrat regard the ly, and freely gestures with his hands; eternal youth abides in the soul of coincidence as auguring certain suc Cox Is set as rigidly and fires as rap- each am at the slightest chance cess, and they have started the slogan, idly as a machine gun. "Gilbert will get the grapes." romp out to play In their faces. In Harding there is a glimmer of Editor and Publisher, Columbus, 0. humor in the corners of his eyes but CARTERSVILLE. be seldom laughs; In Cox there is no Miss Goiie McQuerry of this place genial glow but frequent bursts of laughter. Before buying new Storage Bat- spent the week end with her sister, Harding' calm gray eyes look at teries, see Deatherage Bros!7who can Mrs. Conn Tudor of near l'ulnt Lick. ono frankly; Cox's gate eagerly, in- repair your old one and make it as The revival meeting a: the Baptist quiringly. good as new. Second hand storage church begun last Monday night with Abeai Harding's mouth is a kind batteries on hand for sale. Also re- Bro. Childer of Brodhead conducting AutfkjSj expression; about Cox' an pairing of all kinds on ail cars. All tho services. "faairt iquisitiveness. work guaranteed. v Baifnjr expound Mr. Margaret Williams of Black Deatherage Bros., Garage. a on entrench- Mountain and Mrs. Cora Payne of jsd U established principles; Cox disLondon, nre visiting their parents, cusses workable practices. The one' I Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Creech. general lino of thought is subjective; te For other objective. Tho one feels We will sell you the very best Timsecure in his opinions, the other feels othy seed for Fall sowing at tha lowsafest in his own experiences. est price possible. Call and sea us. Harding seems to preface his re Gyirrard Milling Co. mark with "I am goitur to tell you The relative and friends of Mrs. something," Cox wears an alert aim C. S. Roop gave her a pleasant surwhich seems to be saying "Maybe I prise on her birthday. Mr. John shall hear something." Wynn invited her to spend the night Harding fits little liking for interwith her. The next morning when she ruption while he talks and less for returned home the guest had arrived contradiction. "Beg pardon, but are with well filled basket. A bountiyou right in your figures?" I boldly ful feast wa served on the lawn, th suggested at one point. He brushed table was beautifully decorated with my word aside with a broad wave of nasturtiums. There were sixty-thre- e one hand and a frown for, the extenall kisds of present and she was sixty-thre- e year sion of effort which shadowed his old. Thote from a distance were 'Mr. face but he talked on without stop as A. T. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jame though I had not spoken. I tried the Hamilton Jr., of Lancaster, Mr. John sum on Cox, and he broke a sentence Land and family, Mis Iva Holloa of SEE OR PHONE U tore, rang for hi secretary and Gunn Chapel. Mrs, Annie B. Roop tali, "We will have to be cure about of Silver Creek, Dr. Montgomery and teat." family, Mr. Bennet Roop and family, ' la Hardiag there show no Mr. John Wynn and family, Mr. Boyd but indication that he Lancaster, Ky. Wynn and family of Paint Lick and Quick Service and Good Work has Wag ago managodto get away a host of friend. W wish Mr. Roop from hlatMlf; while Cox shows many tuor happy birthday. ' i i bell-pus! y, Har-rodsbu- Editor and Publisher Interviews Cox and Hard- -' ing at their Ohio Homes Candidates Give Views As Journalists and Public Uy Will S. Kaltenbacher, L0UI8VILI.K W."A. BRENT' w i Fine Hanging' Fork Farm Of 126 Acres, Stock, Implements, Etc., AT ON THE PREMISES AT 10 A. M. SHARP . Public Auction THURSDAY, AUGUST lal 26th, LOCATED Right mi tho famous Hanging Fork, about four miles from Stanford an about six mi lee from Danville. No better on tho face of tho earth than good rich Hanging Fork land. It will yield abundantly. Lays well and about 3S acres in rich Hanging Fork bottoms. A regular tractor farm.. All in graaa except forty acres m tobacco and com. Twenty acres in blue grass and 66 acres in timothy ad clover meadows, orchard grass, etc. About 50,000 feet of good walnut lumber estimated en the place now. IMPROVEMENTS Nice residence, porches, etc. Stock born 40x36, new tobacco barn, 40x60, stripping room, crib with sheds, smoke house and all sorts of outbuildings. Splendid water, everlasting springs. Hanging Fork, etc. When you till soil like this you can always rest assured that there will always be a dividend. Fine orchard. PERSONALTY Two mares, two mule celts, fine work mule, seven years old; one thoroughbred trotter, four years eld, etc. All kinds of farming implements, section harrow, drill, corn planter, two horse cultivator, etc, and other things, INCLUDING FIVE HEIFERS. This farm is sure to SELL for the HIGH DOLLAR. You don't have a chance to buy land like this every day. An ABSOLUTE SALE. This man meant business. He has made up his mjad to make a change and has decided to let YOU say what this farm is worth. Soil as rich as cream, located right; in the right size tract; lays well; a money maker and the safest place In all the world to put your money. Look her ever, beys, and meet us there en sale day THURSDAY, AUGUST 2th, at 10 A. M., and you may be the lucky one to own this dandy farm. TERMS exceedingly liberal and made known en day of sale. For full particulars, etc, see, write or phone either W. A. Brent at Stanford Ky, or six-room I COL JOHN B. DINWIDDIE.en tho Block HUGHES & ADAMS. Mccarty STANFORD, KY. tmmmmm JUDSON. LttisfiUe iMB-ro- .t N Attention Auto Owners morning, August show it rays of light, a pall of sadntsa cam over th community, when It was learned that the Angel of Death hovered its icy wing around the home of Mrs. W. L. Adam and claimed her loving husband. Early In life Mr. Adam married Miss Millie Ann Huffman. To this happy union were born 11 children, who together with on sister and two brother are left to mourn To all we extend our deep- est sympathy in their dark hour of sorrow. Mr. Adams was 57 years of age and a member or the Baptist cnurcii where he united early in life, He wa loved by all who knew him. HI death came as a shock to his many friends and relative. All that lov-in- jr hands could do. was don but to no avail, he. bore his sufferings with out a murmur and bravely fell asleep with Jesus. After the funeral services at the Mt. Hebron church, he was laid to rest beneath a beautiful mound of flowers to await the- - com-in- s of n brighter day. A precious one from u ha irone, A voice we lovcdil still, A place vacant In our home, That never can be filled. On Wednesday t NaskfiHe lailrtai ANNOUNCES Hth as day began to PiMtJbJtr Trail Scrftct' Effective AUGUST ISck Including a New Train tint "Leaissf ton Special'.', between Stanford and Cincinnati, via Lenin glen. Lv 4: 7 A. M. Stamford Ar 10:35 P. M-Lv 4:40 A. M. Lancaster 10:02 P. M. Lv S:S0 A. M. Ar :0f P. M. Lv 6:4 A. M. Winchester Ar S:M P. M. Lv 7:30 A. M. Lexington Ar 7:30 P.M. Cincinnati Ar 10t3I A. M. Lv4:10P. M. Now train operated daily except Sunday toand from. Central Union Station, Cincinnati. For details as to other changes see Ticket Agents. Ar US t 1 Up-To-Da- Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, aid OF THANKS. With a heart full of love and ratl. tude, we wish to thu'nk our friend urnl neighbor for their many act of kindness and expressions ot sym- pawiy extended in our recent bereavement on account of the loss of our dear husband and father. Mrs. W. L. Adams, ami family; CARD Hi should have used SWP eiMff Oumer; I had this paint put on las, ywt and look at if now lor.t; tor tho Painter: it doesn't take no oaint expert. In estimating your pay roll for the onsuinic year don t forget that your wife is worth double that of your blithest salaried employe', Huck up and whack up. foawe Oumer. But how w Pmimtsr: I weathei'to show up pour paint. to know it was poo: ptunt i Tm Repairing, ilavs-vuo- t Tin Work "n'oaea ognnnnnBnini seaoo jjjjL! sj"etlaft aj envvovJ .fltA aeagap doesn't take a Mint expert to get re.ubie pair tnoee ordiaary Intelligence. For fosUncePM ou?h tc kow that there ie a Company p paint export that have bewn mating house years; making it from accurate forrnuias, mUinic paint iW nearly and grinotag it with powerful maohinery; manufacturing evury iav portant taappaieat pionif in jtuM What al the years oi exivrionce s have taught ahem in the best. That CasBany Ut the rnwpaor and tho point is known to us painters ua S nVa. WoiklaWt you Mease M mating such a pamt? k ny Shur.vm-Wittiam- p pea P.B.Williams&Co To SWrfrmttm m STOftMCS MUG ITTHr istin Lumbe r ComMiw.