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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 26, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920082601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 26, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. faction One THE CENTRAL RECORD. YEAR IS Pages THIRTV.'rlRST LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 26. 1920. NUMBER S3. U. G. RAINS PLANT STRAWBER- GREAT OVATION Life's Close For R. L. CIRCUIT COURT SHINERS' MEET TO Walker. RY BED THIS BE BIG AFFAIR Given To Congressman Death Was Shock To Convened Here Last Although for the SUMMER Monday Docket Barkley Last Mon-- i eleven years an invalid that time past reparations Being Made For Friends. had ami daring tertainment of Viiltnrs In suffered intensely, the death of Mr. Light. Continued High Prices day Campaign Mr. I' (!. Rains, prominent merK. I. Wnlker last Tuedny afternoon The City. at tit home of his sister, Mrs. James chant and business man nt Point With n light docket nhend, the Aug. Will Make Venture Opens In Illustrious Potentate M. D. Royse, Ilurnside, in Richmond, wns a distinct I.envell dieJ nt bis home last Friday term of the (iarrurd Circuit Court snoek to his numerous friends here morning, .loath resulting from an Only convened here Monday morning, with of Winchester, is receiving practicalProfitable cident he received, two days before and in adjoining counties. Hon ly each it day n number of names i I j En- ; ac- tn the advisability of starting straw-lrrIt does beds for home use. not take a very great space to grow enough berries to furnish an average sited family with a fine supply of fresh, luscious herrtM and ordinarily of finer quality than con he hought in the market Directly after the baring season the plants send out many runners, nt the tip of each n new plant Is borne which will take root and start an Independent career. A careful gardener can insure himself n line crop of plants to lncreae his leds by seeing that these little plants nt the ends of the run res rind easy rooting lodgment. Stirring the soil and covering the stem neur the plant lightly assists and n ery convenient wuy is to pot up the new plant and grow them along until they have made a good root system and developed into strong plants, when they are ready to be planted out where desired. Dealers now- - specialize in pot grown plants for starting beds along in August. I'lant a strawberry bed this, summer, t is welt worth while. It is advisable to start fall beds only planU. with Otherwise the beds should be started in the spring. They thrive In almost any soil but are nt their best In a rich sandy loam or light play loam. The plants should be set not closer than a foot apart in the row and the rows three and a half feet apart The plants should have n covering of straw or leaves after the ground has frozen in the late fall. y n Democratic One of the greatest speeches ever expounded to the people of Currant county was that of Congressman Albin W. liarkley. when patches which he spoke nt the court house here last Horn strawberry furnished u surplus of berries thli Monday afternoon, to a house that year have proved n profitable ven- taxed the capacity of the building, ture. Berries have cnntlnucil uni- many standing in the isles throughformly high in price and there has out the entire two hours consumed Iwen no illlTlrulty to dispose of any in its delivery. surplus. That he made a wonderful impresThis I the time to Increase the sion, was evidenced by the prolonged slock and the prospects of hit: prices applause that interrupted hjm several for another year or more have turn- times during the afternoon. ed the nttentton of many gnrdnero Congressman liarkley was introduced by J. K. Itohinson, chairman of the Democratic County Committee. The outstanding feature of the occaor more sion was the women that were present. The cell, ter isle of the auditorium had been reerved for them but It proved not to be enough space and chairs were placed In each ule for their accomodation. Mr llarkley's tribute to Woodrow Wilson induced an outburst of that lasted for several minutes. "Jefferson and Jackson and Lincoln were vlllilied, declared the Congressman. "Monuments were erect-ti- l to them and pilgrim trip made Wilson to their graves. Woodrow will likewise go down at one of the greatest figures of history, while hit slanders will he forgetton." Mr. liarkley made a plea tn the wmcn present to vote in November for "an honorable peace." Gov Cox has said that the League of Nations H the chief issue." the speaker said. "Senator Harding has tried to drag in the corpse of the tariff. Hut neither was correct. Your distinguished rovernor, Mr. Morrow, hus found that the real issue is getting the' Democrats out and the Republicans in." Soma of The Hlfh Points Touched. "I nik you mothers at well as fathers, whether it would not pay to Join the league of Nations, if it would hut keep your boys out of even Just one frightful war?" "The Democratic slogan is some, thing like this: 'Equality to all, special privilege to none." "The spirit of true Democracy was never more exemplified than in the principles for which the party is fighting this year." "America did not fight for territorial rights, America fought for civilization let's keep it, and assure it while we have the opportunity." "Harding says the tariff question is the paramount issue of this campaign. The Itcpublicans have been promising every four years for the past fifty to revise it and what did they do?" "They say wages are the highest ever ktowa and it is unsafe. - Do you want the old, old wage and way of living, and are there any bank failures now?" "There nre men ,und women too, now who have hank accounts who did not have, energy enough n few years ago to have anything, even an nimihle disposition. They are independent. Do you want to continue to be independent?" d Small Space Is Needed. while unloading tout from a car on the switch at this place. In some manner he fell from the car, resulting In internal injuries, from which he could get no relief. beyond. He Is survived by his wife and "Hake" Walker was one of the cleverest boys that ever lived and on three children. He was about forty suffering thru years of nge and had been married account of the He was taken desperately ill last Friday, and while everything was done to relieve him, it was of no avail ami he passed into the great intense Mrs F.lizabeth J)iltion was given against her a veruict for $2,000 mother, Mrs. llettic Hroaddus, in the circuit court ta Stanford. Shu sued for 120.000, charging that her mother mains were brought to l.anraster, had slandered her The mother is a edncsday afternoon and taken to sister of the late Colonel' A. 31. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, O. Rig. Swope, of Lexington, and an nunt ney at which place the funeral serof Congressman King Swope. vices will be conducted this afternoon at three o'clock by his former pastor, Itev. J. J. Martin, of Nicholasvilte. Hy his own request his remains will be buried in the l.ancaster Cemetery. Too many cooks spoil the broth and too much cooking spoils the corn. Culinary science is constantly upsetting old theories in the cooking line and leading to better, easier nnd which he has passed during the last ten years or more, we feel that death must have been a relief to him. For the past year or more he has made his home here, being a brother of Mrs. Hen Hudson and Mrs. He was also u broth, Owen Klgney. er of Mr. J. II. Walker of Richmond, Mrs. D. D. Geiger of Huntington, W. Va.. Jennie Cotton, of Cedar Springs, N. C. He leaves no immediate family, his wife, who was formerly a Miss Steele, of Jessamine, preceding him in death several years ago. Mr. Walker was u devout member of the Presbyterian church. His re about eight years. He was n member of the Baptist Church, the funeral services being conducted nt the house Inst Saturday afternoon by Rev. Holder, after which interment took place in the (.ancuster cemetery. Daughter Sues Mother; Gets Slander Verdict How To Cook Corn To Keep Sweetness. County Attorney Is Su ed For Divorce and Alimony. One of Garrard's best farms to be sold at auction in next week's issue Thomas and Hamilton will tell the people about; Jas Level's 250 acre llryantsville farm to be and sold at auction on Sept. 0th. This is fine land and well Improved and lays so well that it is spoken of as the Tractor Kami. d Covington, Ky.. - Difference In religious belief Is set fjrth as ground for action tn a divorce suit filed in the Circuit Court by Kliza U. Hill against Thomas J. Hill, County Attorney of Lincoln County, Ky. Mrs. Hill says her husband sought to have her renounce the Catholic faith, as he is a Protestant. Mrs. Hill also charges cruelty. She seeks an divorce, alimony and custody of their child. Mrs. Hill declares. her husband earns $2,500 yearly as a public official and from his practice. She asserts he owns a 110,000 estate. Another order to restrain the defendant's father, Thomas J. Hill, Sr., from paying her husband a considerable sum of money, which he is alleged to owe him. The Hills were married October 10 10N at Stanford. Mrs. Hill says she was compelled to leave the defendant two months ago and now is living in Covington. Courier Journal. -- te Fine Boyle Farm To Sell. The I. M. Dunn Real Kstate Agen cy, of Danville is carrying several large advertisements in this issue of the Record, announcing the sale of some valuable farms in Boyle County, chief among them being the farm of several hundred acres, and said by knowing ones to be the best in the county Head these advertisements and don't fail to attend these sales. Van-Sick- Kirksville There will be n social at the Chris-tiaChurch Thursday night from 7. 30 to 11:00 o'clock. Everybody cordially Invited. n le Sale Canceled. The Jess Rogers' Madison County farm for sale advertised In this and last weeks issues is called otf and Indefinitely deferred. D. A. Thomas. home City Property Sell. Pos-sessi- Vigorous War Fails On Tobacco Diseases m The property of Mrs, Klla Thompson lloltzclaw was sold at public auction yesterday and was bought by Mr. W, I Lawson, for $l,tSO. will he given at once. This I wish to sell my farm on Drakes same property wns sold last fall for Creek one mile from the Lancaster 10,000. and Crab Orchard pike and five mile's from Lancaster, containing 1C0 acres, with improvements of five room Kind the two advertisements of house and good stock barn. I will sell this farm as n whole or property to be sold by O. T. Wallace & Company on Saturday, Aug. 28th. will divide same tn suit purchaser, At 10:.10 A. M. this company will I really mean to sell this farm and sell thu llurve I'aynu farm of fK acres will arrange terms satisfactory to the on the Full J.lck pike about four purchaser. If interested, come and miles from lubdivlded into look over same ut once. mull tracts. J. C. Hlgsby, Stanford, Ky. It. A. At 2:30 in the afternoon they will sell some lots and small tracts on Hamilton Avenue in tancustcr, the Notice. property of Mr. Win. Casey, IncludNotice is hereby given that blank ed in this sale is n good house and outbuildings with u small ncreage to Fire Polices Nos. 188351 to 188400 both inclusive, alio blank torando go with it. Polices Nos. 133001 to 133025 both Inclusive, of the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. of l, Liverpool, Kngland. have been lost Hcfore buying new Storago sea Drathcrage Bros., who can from our office, and the public is repair your old one and make it as hereby cautioned against the accept-anc- e good a new. Second hand storage of any of said polices, at no batteries on hand for sale. Also re, claims thereunder will be recognized pairing of all kinds on all car. All by the Company. work guaranteed. Klmore and Hopper, Agents. 8 Dtatherage Bros., Garage. For Sale Privately Auction Sales Lexington, Ky., General rains in the Hlue Crass recently cost dollars, according to Dr. W, I). Valleau of the Kentucky Kxperimcnt Station, who is in charge of the campaign against "wildfire" and "rust," the plant diseases causing considerable damage in Kentucky. The infections are spreading rapidly in nil sections around Lexington, despite efforts to check their ravages. An epidemic of "wildfire" had broken out in Christian nnd McLean counties In Western Kentucky, according to reports received at the ex. pertinent station recently. speedier results. For instance, did you know that five minute' cooking is enough for sweet corn and that its flavor will be at its best with this short cooking? cooks' That's against nil the mode of procedure and our grandmothers would insist the corn would come on the table raw. It won't. The water should be boiling ami waiting for the corn. The corn should be fresh picked, not over three hours off the stalk at the very most if its sweetness is to be preserved. Husk and silk the corn, drop it into the boiling water and let it boil for five minutes, counting the boiling time from the time the water resumes its ebullition after being temporarily checked by the cool ears of corn. Experts in domestic science shy ten minutes of boiling is the maximum and that a hulf hour of boiling or more takes nway part of the sweetWith fresh picked corn, boiled ness. not over ten minutes, the diner will have the sweetest sweet corn he ever tackled. Right now is the time to prepare for quality corn und u few little tricks in the garden will show returns in the size of the cub and the full ness of the kernels. If the patch is smoll It can be given Intensive culture that is impossible in big patches, but it is the way to get quality corn, soda along the rows when the corn A light sprinkling of nitrate of is about a foto high, a teacup full to about five fet of row, raked in, gives the corn a sprint. Don't get the nitrate on the leaves or against the stalks. Later, when the corn Is about ready to hill up to ullow the auxiliary roots to take hold, bone meal hoed in with the hills gives more food that will give quality ears. After that it can take care of itself, old-tim- e Judge Hardin on the bench anil Km met Puryeur nnd County Attorney (recti Clay Walker looking after the interests of the Commonwealth. Judge Hardin a little delayed, gave short impressive instructions to the grand-Jury- , which was sworn in n few minutes after court convened, only n few asking to be excused nnd those only on account of physical dtsabil (ties or sickness in the family. After the selection of the petit Jury, court was adjourned until Tues day morning, when the regular grind began and n number of cases were disposed of in rapid succession. The first case called was the Com monwenlth vs Sowder for breach of the peace and he was fined 120. anil costs; same against Hill Turner, for same offense, drew a verdict of $100, and costs; same vs. same, carrying concealed n deadly weapon, got a $50 fine and ten days. Another case against Turner was dismissed. Commonwealth vs Anderson Hall, for nault and buttery, the Jury lined him $50 nnd costs. Hall was accused of whipping too severely, one of his pupils nt the Harmony Lick school house last August. Hirnm Wylie indicted for seduc tfon, the defendant being Pearl Hum phrey, on motion the commonwealth the case was filed away with leave to Wylie agreeing and did marry the defendant in court. Hryun Sunford charged with the same offense, the defendant being Stellu Walker, wus dismissed, the couple hnving married. The case of Wm. Dismukes charged with killing Wm. Mason near Buenu Vistu, was railed for today. The following constitute the Juries who will serve this court: Petit Jury. Hen A. Dunn, R. I). McMurtry, M. UuriUtt Ramsey, W. H. Henzley, 1 Noe, Henry A. Moore, II L Thompson, S. A. Hnllard, Walker Logan, A. T. Bowling. Wm. Blanks, D. N. Long. Joe Aldridge, L. F. Brown, Kirby Tenter. Wm. Rnney, Price Huffmnn, I. H. Duncan, S. U Glbbs Walker Center. H. C. Sutton. R. V. Anderson, W. R. Kelley and Talton May. Grand Jury S. S. Long. Price Bourne. Floyd Humphrey, Ed Grow, D. D. Collitt. J. - Tribble. Floyd Curtis, Arine Nnylor. W. K. Davis, Zack Hester, . B. Todd and G. H. Une. I- for persons from other lodges who will be in Winchester for the Shiners' ceremonial, which will be held on Labor Day, The number of candidates has in- creased wonderfully and other upplf cations nre being received daily nnd from present indications the class which will trend the "hot sands" on this occasion will be one of the largest In Central Kentucky. All Novices, according to the program, will be required to meet at the Fraternity building In the morning not later than 10 o'clock and finally place their applications. Lunch will be served to the Novices nt noon at the Fraternity building. The parade will form In front of the Fraternity building nt 1 :30 o'clock for the march to the Cnrnvnn of Meccn, where the degree will be conferred. At 0 P. M. n banquet will be served by the Indies of the First Methodist Church at the church building on South Main Street to all Nobles and their ladies. A reception nnd dance will be given nt H p. m. All visiting members of the lodge are extended n cordial invitation to be present for the ceremonial anil other entertainments which will be offered. Ijuge circulars have been mulled to nil members of the Oleiku Temple inviting them to be present for the ceremonial nnd to bring their brother members with them. DRASTIC RULE Teachers in Public Schools Must Attend Each Session Of The Institute or Certificates Will Be Revoked. Hop Club Gives Barge Dance. One of the most enjoyable social events of the season, was the barge dance given by the members of the Ijincaster Hop Club on the Kentucky river last Tuesday night. Nearly two hundred guests accepted the invitations of the club and most delightful occasion it proved to have been. The party embarked" at Camp Nelson going down the river for several miles, although the heavy fog of the evening prevented them from going down as far as they had previously planned. Montague's bund of Lexington provided the music, and knowing ones say it is equal in every wuy to Smith's band which has played for the boys on several previous occasions. Lunch was served on the boat, which was most inviting nnd eagerly tie you red by the guests. The Lancaster boys are being congratulated upon the delightful entertainment nnd many are pleased thut the Lancaster Hop Club has been revived, its members composing of about thirty-fiv- e of the finest young men of the town. Among those who attended from here were: Misses Minnie Mne Robinson, Katie Barnes Dlckerson, Bernice Champ, Ruth Carrier and Miss Mona Suuders, of Lexington, who lit Miss Carrier's charming visitor. Miss Mar-gurFickeiton nnd Miss Moody of Crub Orchurd. Among the chuperones were: Miss Sue Shelby Mason, Mr. W. M. Nicholls, Mr. and Mrs. Churlie Thompson, Dr. and Mrs. J. S .Gilbert, Mr, und Mrs. W. R. Cook, Mr and Mrs. Fickelson, of Crab Orchard. et Ad-ne- y. Teachers in the public schools of Garrard county should watch their step, otherwise their certificates will be revoked nnd they will be barred from teaching. According to the ruling which has Just been received by Supt. Miss Jennie Higgins, all public schools and high school teachers must attend every session of the Institute other wise their certificates are automatically revoked and the said teachers prohibited from teaching In any public school in Kentucky. Heretofore, teachers have been in the habit of missing about half of the sessions of the Institute. The Boyle and Garrard County In stitutes will be held in Joint session in the chapel of the Danville High School building beginning September Cth. Prof. Joseph has been engag ed as conductor. According to the interpretation of the new law a diploma from Junior colleges of which the Kentucky College for Women is one, does not entitle the holder to teach in any public school of the state without taking the exumlnntion and securing a certificate. Graduates of Centre College, full four years, are entitled to teach in public schools without the examination. Deserter Arrested Homer Pigg, of this county and son of Mrs. Bettie Pigg, wus arrested here lust Saturday by Sheriff A. K. Wulker, charged with being a desert-- , er from the United States Army. Authorities from Camp Taylor, from which place it is alleged, he deserted, have been notified. In the meantime Mr. Pigg is u prisoner in the county Juil. Ramsey Friends of Mr. J. W. Ramsey, Sr., of Washington, Ind., many years ago n resident of this city, will be grlev-e- d to lenrn of the denth of his fcnly son, Jumes Ramsey Jr., which o cured ut his home in Washington lust week. Mr. Ramsey became suddenly ill three weeks ago when- - he was found unconscious in his home, 211 North, Big Hog Sale. This office Is now getting out for Messrs Snndeni and Anion a lariro ca talogue, announcing their Poland hog sale, which Is to take place in Lancas ter, on Saturday, September 11th. This will be u big event in tancas- ter and will attract many from u distance to the sule. Watch for their advertisement in the next issue of this paper. Champion Tomato. Mr. J. F. lloltzclaw is the champion tomato raiser in the city. He hus brought une to this office that weighs exactly 2 4 pounds and has more Just us good. It is the "Colossal" variety und well worthy of its Attention Auto Owners Bat-Urie- name. Fine Peaches. Our good friend, Mr. Dan East, who usually has the best of everything brought us some of the finest peaches last Monday, we have seen this year. They were of the Alberta variety, and as good as one ever stuck his tooth in. east Ninth street, following an attack of cerebral hemorrhage. His condition seemed to improve until Sunday, when meningitis developed. After that, he sank rapidly to his death. He was the lust of four boys nnd one girl; was 45 yeurs of age and the idol of his fond and devoted parents, who are heart broken over away of their dearest and only ion. Ing Farm For Sale Privately. The Mrs. Sallie Sanders farm of arrel located in the Sandstone e farm, a good belt near the new three room house and two good tobacco barns, and lund that will grow the best of tobacco. Look this farm over, it I the kind that will pay for Itself In a few years. See Clayton Mursee on the farm or G. C. Walker, Lancaster, Ky. 3t.) 10t) Poor-hous(8-2- 6 Aeroplane Here. 26-3- t. An aeroplane, piloted and owned by Mr. O. W. Pearson, of Troy, Ohio, has been here for several days and We are deeply grateful to all our hus reaped quite a harvest, by taking friends and neighbors; who extended passenger through the aerial regions us so much help and sympathy dur- ut $1.00 per minute, the minimum ing the illness and after the death of time being fifteen minutes. The our husband and father. landing field Is on the Shirley Hudson Mrs. Rain and family.! farm on the Stanford pike. Card Of Thanks t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday Aug 26, 1920 Louisville & Nashville Railroad ANNOUNCES ROUND AUTUMN IS CLEARING s.m .Al kAA TIME FOR FARM LAND Convert Waste Places Into Revenue Producers. All TRIP AUCTION SALE OF LAND AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF JAMES H. WEAVER EXCURSION FARE $3.39 From Lancaster to Lexington ACCOUNT Blue Grass Fair Ticket on sale August 29th. to September 3rd. Tickets good for return to reach Lancaster before midnight, September 6th. For further or detailed information, apply to ticket agent. Goats, Sheep or Omit Are Favored In Order Named for Keeping Down tprout Growth Methods for Removing Stump. The dais of the autumn afford the fanner an opimritmlty to undertake the rlearlng of laud for which he hn no time In the lmy summer months, mid which enn not Iv done while the laud Is ttct In the spring. On thousand- - of farms there are cut oxer tracts which should be converted Into rctetiue producers as soon us HM.le. If (he owner deride that the laud In question Is het ter suited to crop production than t" forest growth, a rn refill Mtidy of the most economical method of reuniting stnmps mid small growth should be ... . i.. mile. .mom ciiiotcr tana pases through three stages l.efore reaching its greatest agricultural talue. The waste and small growth Is disposed of nrst. then it Is allowed to remain In tumps fnp q few seasons, until the smaller slumps are dead and decayed, miring winch tune It Is ued for pus. tnre or may I.e militated, finally, ail the stumps are removisl. t.Hicriilly It Is .f,t to eut hruli as elo-- e a to the ground an ' at old billing sharp points that might In lure stock. Heweter, If the wood Is of no value ami the ground Is not to ! militated before the stumps are remoted. It may he txst to rnt the tries rather high above the ground If the stump, are left three feet high there will ! less sprouting than If ml low down, mid such stumps are u easily pulled. The most siieivssful method of keep inr down sprout growth Is hy henvv tiring hy goHtsheep, or cuttle in P: the order mimed. Any sprouts not UHe by Histiirlng should he rut or knocked off with the hend of an ax. There are n great variety of meth ods used In removing stumps, hv menus of hurtling. pullers and dyna -mite. Tanners' Itullvttn Hearing hy the I'nlted Stales department of agriculture routnlns In formnlloii designed es.eclally for r otis Interested In this subject. A copy ran be hud on Friday, SeptlO'th, 10 O'CLOCK. Hie uk of nlr pressure In tunnel Honesty win its own reward, but construction was as early as 1S30. often it fails of deliver'. Papyrus Dated 1160 B. C. Every elector vote hi own convlc. A papyrus on geometry dated 1100 n. C. lias been preserved from ancient tlons or somebody else's. Kpypt. Cracks at Creation. Not New. OF FINE LAND, WELL LOCATED. LOCATION In Lincoln County, 5 miles from Lancaster, 6 miles from Stanford, 9 miles from Danville; 3 of a mile from Lancaster and Danville Pike. On good graded gravel County Road leading from Lancaster and Danville pike to Lancaster and Stanford Pike; 1 V3 miles from Hubble and in splendid neighbor hood, close to school and Churches. IMPROVEMKNTS New two story 8 room dwelling with 2 halls, 2 porches; new garage, one stock barn, one six acre tobacco barn and other out buildings; new stock scales; one good tenant house. Cistern at house and barn and everlasting water. On Dix River. Good orchard, grape arbor and other , small fruits. 25 acres in corn, 25 acres in cow peas, 4 acres in tobacco, balance in grass. On rural route and telephone. This is splendid productive land, nearly .til level. Some of that good Dix River bottom. This is a tractor farm. No waste land. A nice home and pleasant place to live. Nice yard and garden. This farm is just the right sic and will be sold as a whole. My contract calls for an ABSOLUTE SALE WITHOUT RESERVE OR LIMIT, so somebody is going to buy this farm at the "High Dollar." Be sure not to overlook this sale. It is in one of the best Counties in the State of Kentucky. PERSONAL PROPERTY. At the same time will tell for Mr. Weaver 35 head of Southdown ewes, one buck, 2 shorthorn cows, 1 Hereford cow, two 700 pound steers, one 600 pound black heifer; 1 jersey milk cow, 1 Duroc boar; 9 brood iowi; 35 shoats, weight 50 pounds; 1 aged mare mule; family marc; 1 new Fordsort tractor, with gang plows, double and mowing machine; hay 1 disc-harrow If your neighbor is full of fault let others tell them to you. The man of many promises known by those he doesn't keep. Man and Work. It Is far better t give work which is Is above the limn than to educate the null to be above their work. ltuskln. nml Crtm-n- t Cement Substitute for Lead. as n substitute fur lend In This is n country of free speech, connecting the Joints of cat Iron waIn which wc are sometimes jailed if ter pipes Is employed In Cortland, Ore., with great succs. we speak. you have two of them to watch. Price and Percentage. Incrrnse of price when measured In percentneo Is very often Incorrectly given. When the price doubles the InDo not judge tht worth of a man crease Is 100 per cent, but many eo-l- e by his ability to talk. Drains seldescribe It Is an Increase of U) per cent. dom wag. , m Beware of the fellow who know it all. He knows nothing and does not know it. Set n thief to catch a thief ...ie Those who would silence the cas worshipped, "wns engraved on a massive plate or tongue of gossip would let their own dimensions, thicklygold of enormous PREPARE LAND FOR ALFALFA powdered with be the first to cease to wag. emeralds and precious stones."' .n One" of the Best Way to Get Molttur of When a man begins to feel his own ctllgy wns the moon, the sun's supjiosrd and Soil Is by a vast plato nf silver. wife, liking and Rolling. greatness it is time for the public to look up another ess great. . . n I n f .. Well-Packe- Greater than the honor of being Cosmic Dust at Bottom of Sea. president, is to be known as the man It has been only lately discovered who put him there. thnt cosmic dust forms In) ere at t tin bottom of the deepest sens. Itetween The foolish man makes a big noise Honolulu and Tahiti, nt n depth of 2,. over a little thought. That is the SCO fathoms over two miles and a rsnson he is foolish. half n vast layer of this material exists. A little child speaks as it thinks. When it growa to maturity it often Riches of the.lncas. speaks without thinkinir. Jhe Image of tho sun, which (lie In- - j cf W i? eulti-packe- r; 17-1- Kami."-prepare- 8 5J. wagons; wheat drill, corn planter, plows, wagon gears, etc. 4 horse power International gasoline engine, ensilage cutter; corn crusher, belts, etc; outfit complete; 6000 tobacco sticks; household and kitchen furniture. Dinner on the grounds. This is a big sale. Don't fail to attend. For further particulars see the owner, W. A. Dickerson or George Swine-broaatrny Lancaster offices, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville office or 2 d rake; manure spreader; Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man farms for sale publicly and privately. KENTUCKY. Don't overlook dates of other sales. Send for catalogue, descriptions of LANCASTER, The fellow who believes in town improvement should first improve that which he owns or controls. you arc able to name the wise men of this town it is an indication that you are one of the number. If asniiigion s momer was living In Knslerlckshiirg. Vn, when the father t nf Ills miinlrv wmm ln.nmMi.ul ..... ... ...... tuut.lllillt-ll- . IUI she did not witness the ceremony, which took place In N'ew York. Mother Love. A r i .i was Uie nrst moisture mid u s.dl which Is well pack ..Hn.eiii vter saw ner son wangll-- ; ok.ii ()m. 0f the be.t ways of getting .t. Mtml nSAibli.nt a il.. ft.. I. ' such a condition Is to disk the ground . s . ..,.. in. 1 I - I mother's love Is Indeed the golden link that binds joulh to age; and be Is still but it child, however time may If you would be one of the "elect" have furrowed his check, or silvered in the next world, first see that you his hrow, who can yet recall, tilth a are deserving of election in this one softened heart, the fond devotion, or the gentle chldlngs, of the hest friend Ood ever gives us. Itovoe. Looking truth in the face is often that more profitable than pleasant. Flnger.Prlnti In Babylon. Thnnks for another week of life. A group of valuable historic tablets from the escalations of the city The pathway of honor lies in front Itabylon. hearing dates as fur hack of at of every man, but he can not expect three mid a half centuries lefore th era, was recently secflre.'. others to be continually pointing it Christian Scleral of Hie pieces carry the out to him. prints of the tlngcm which mold. rgo. If you simply must let oft steam ed them over 2.fs by finding fault with some one, begin Qualities That Count on yourself. You may convince yourThe highway of life may ho rough self that it Is true. and full of obstruction; one may be weary of the The marl who speaks with a bitter tho courage heat and the dust: but that tongue is the first to feel Us venom. heart and a clear comes of nn honest conscience will find You can make your worst enemy for the wayfarer green urbors of rest look smMl (y speaking kindly of him. and cooling spring whereat to quench !eorg!a .May Cunningham. The public is not slow to Judge. thirst ills-tln- Opportunity greets you, hesitates, and turns to thu man who beckons, Your procrastination is your loss. i , j thorough disking ami harrowing will often put It lij good shaM for nlfalfy. ii iimiiy or our or soli nlfalfu will do better If limestone Is applied This limestone should be applied lifter the ground bus been plowed mid then harrowed in to give best results. as soon as oats or small grain Is taken fltin tiljm- - Il nri.l OMftr I, . . ... ..Mt p.llln.. llli It l,f ... which has been In n cultivated cron and removed early, such as early po tatoes, makes go.nl ground for fall sceoini:. s nt ground in tins kind n tiff . It,,.,-..!,,-!.- . tes AUCTION SALE Blue Grass Farm NEAR DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. WE WILL SWINE FOR WINTER MARKETS cmpiauon io uulcKly Corn Alone I Liable to Cause Less of Animal. o OFFER AT PUBLIC OUTCRY THE SPLENDID FARM OF F. J. CLARK r ENGRAVING Tou tmy this work ecauso you want something nice not In order to economize. Oood printing la better thus, cheap engraving iui cheap finery la generally disappointing. Our work ta the atandard. 1 Hogs for the inrly winter markets ON THE LEXINGTON PIKE THREE MILES FROM DANVILLE ON . should be carefully Tint tempta tion to fatten quickly on com alone Is Ihtlilo to cnuc the cureless farmer the loss of one or more animals, A better and u safer fss Is wheat middlings' and wheat bran mnde Into n thick slop. Che a fed of this Just wli.it the hogs will cut up clean twice a day, then glte n moderate, of AT 10 A. M. SHARP corn. Keep it plentiful supply of frvh, .rt.:. farm contaisw lb.! ncros, ovory Inch of whlchus choice Itlito Gra.-- Lund. Tht farm hast chat, water lu the pc.... see that the trough is clean. Have clean, dry pens Huen Hiiljtlivldcd ami will be Hold in jiix (Hiroreiit tracts. Hltiu print will be furnt.sliotl on day ond yards. the ens once a week of sale. with lime. , I m I tw . rt., i,t., , TRACT NO. 1. limit r. -' i. locmuu, a Muven-roti"n S3 ""'niQPAQC CYDI ilWCn : POTATO . . w.rs.w wiwfrwt. uiiiibu inuni; ...r.i "... I).in KOOIl MOCK lilNI 1111(1 a s!V..ter. tdlinivw. lmen .,.! lt ..!... "ivv.-wiu-j Wednesday, September 1st, 1920 y Iut s L. rn wwii Dllflht Due to Small Insect Known a Leaf-Hoppe- Tip-Bur- n or the oilthllildillKH. liiK'ton Much of tie (Hilato hllght which Is to he found Is due to what Is really tip burn, or It mny be due to n smnll Insert known as the leaMiopper. Is mused by thu dry The weather mm extreme heut us the sun and wind draw the water from the I plant fuster thun the rootN run kiipidy ' It from the ground. The Is n small, greetilsl like Insect, which will be found Jumping from one plant to another as the plants are motcd, tin-bur- n r TRACT NO. 2. Coiltalim lllmllt tfi iixnil nlno luiil.liii.r nnv nun r 7 ....,..,iil Jl.i ....I inilll.1 Pike. This tract lays hroatlsiile to t he water works Pike. -., i. . ill) wie i ... t.e.N- - TRACT NO. 3. About twenty acros, fronts on the water works pike, property is in ktum. Nice buiUlitiK site. TRACT NO. 4. Has nice huildinir site. Pike, Ullimtirovetl Of ftbotlt 1?0 all of tills . 4 iirtnm. nUn fenntj nn' 4k.. V W u uf.i. " UM4" i:i. TRACT NO. 5. About 20 acres, nice buililini: site ami fronts on the M.1, ium-..- j Water Works TRACT NO. il. A limit .... nnncD catc m nico onnrc ..t.... i...n.i" lllltli 7" ... till VT uwiiwii L.riw UUUILII nUUIOMMli: Ulllllllll IIUIIIM lU t IIICI WOrKS nnmnllv nil " "? 1 IKO. ,.!.!. .1. I.. 1..... i imi. This has a It. .. uuu 1 UOU1SVILLK Call at Central Record office and see complete line of samples. 1 Hi 1 me three lift siu.. s i ' f o( tho worst rioter pesta. the i i horer. The nnu borer "III ultack a.1 as well us clou). The larvae and it hcetlcs of tho borer literally riddle i roots of the cluter plum. The Is -- t limy le the Double with that 'r , "Miity palrh of yours, n rlttlu Ititestlgntlng. m f I This land will be sold to suit thu nurrhnsiV It will ui until nl n K,.v....tk. " "011,0111. this Sale Terms liberal, and made known on day of sale. I ...t., nuns We will be clad to show voti this bind aiiv dnv lifnn thin lars phone, write or call upon !.. For further particu- - I. M. DUNN & COMPANY REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS AND BROKERS DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. PHONE 529 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 26, 1 920 GARRARD COUNTY SUGAR TRACTS CREEK AT LAND IN UV ELIMINATE ALL PC0R LAMBS Carcasses ef Improperly Finished An linili Do Not Find Read Salt on Market. Jti.il uliy tli hitler Kirt nf A linn nnd early irt f September Itivnrl ably ipinirnllni tin lamb market has puzzlol market ii'kni! for tiunj-Kara-. A larye piMveMait of lambs mining out of Illinois. Wisconsin, Mlchlgnn, Olilit. Iinllnrm. ntnl Io i nre small nntlvt animal Hint li.ni to lie sold for wlmt they will realise. TVse Inmhs coming mi h iiiuilly ro:u;ited market cell fur n marked rHnrtt ri unil lno tin 'oiiiiiHiiiiii of I ituli In limited In certain section nf the country, rnrrnw from lln- - Improperly flnMied Innilii do nut IIihI n truly sale. 'I'M. annual neciirreiue In tin section tint only piliHlIxe tin grower (if gmd Inmh hut n lo (II till producer nf tin" Inferior kind. Simv tin product I Inferior It lino n tendngalhit ency to (rvjuillfu consumer In SHALL Electric Light and Po For the Farm AUCTION on the premises, just off the pike on county road Wednesday, Sept 1st, 1920 AT TEN A. M. Vl. utHtrfml Install the Celebrated 132 ACRES IN 18, 20, 42 AND 50 ACRE TRACTS. miles from Lancaster near the Suur two story Creek pike. Tins is productive land, nearly all in hthhm, one newly built, weatherboarded and plastered ilweliinvr, two K"d barns, and one U room box dwelling. ' If you have small amount of money ahead you can own one of these tracts; you need only the 1st. payment the land with your help will do the rest. Now owned by Jus. C'litrk lut. I'nrmir In tin com belt utiitfi - Jr., it kI TRACT NO. 1. The main house tract embraces about fiO acres and includes the main dwelling, and one jrood barn, all in old and young grass t... cept 10 acres. The buildiiiKS are situated hili and airy and are good to look at Why il looks like, and is a "IU'Kiilar Place." TRACT NO. 2. Consists of about I'J acres of mostly ridge land, all in grass, Hue stand of clover and timothy, and one good small tobacco barn. Might at pike, mostly sand stone, consisting of 20 TRACT NO. 3. acres with the 0 room box house and a good ouu. TRACT NO. 1. Situated South of the county road and is all good land ready for cultivation. Consists of about 18 acre.. If you have money to invest in real estate the kind that will Increase in alue and nt the same time nut you a good return while you own It be sure to look this farm over. Terms reasonable and announced at sale. He mo tuber the date and be hand promptly. For further particulars see tin; Chlengn mnrket lire udl.y I'nlted State department of agriculture specialist to make n concerted effort to nt their lamb In lot It U thoiish' Icr market condition. who were certain in t limit of llio responsible fur t til ji'or native luinlii could have put tlirm In much market condition, with eo.d profit to themelve. It I regrettable that no largi u number of uuilockcd ml uncnstritted, iorly IlnWhed, scrub . bred lamb fill tin market from 1 Electric Ught ana Poivd.- i'lent Selecting an. electric liirht and nowcrulant is a soriotn ou should know liow to tb it wisely. Vou proposition. r.nmv, f r that tl pr'-- n ii fir. Cit vitni part of anv nlant antl tlr.t . vrr. vihmt' the engine to pieces is a menace always to be avoided. t- SiUfU ALAMO -- No Vibration The Silent A I -o No Noise ii smnll Hook n , Jo remember the wisely, lniMirtniuv of handling shtvp Tin i'Kh hould ! bred early enough In tin- - fnll so Hint tliey will produce their Inmh In March mid April. Tim Inmh should In- - docked nml ntrnted nlil. 'l'hey wlieti they art' ten !: should receive sutllclent foiil to keep The Unchangeable Clreu Ring. tlietn growing In order tlmt when they While a cirrui ait:. tn iiitrliir n nre rvnily for the market In nlmut many n piiMe, there I four monthi tliey whouli' weigh fro'it one of lmivatl.!i. It mot tniHirtntit feature tin remnlneil imelmnceil from time Immemorial. ThN l the lie of the ring, which I nlwny forty-twfeet nine Inches In diameter Tin- - limn wlin keep the fnnn It adtled there is nudar-ervibration in the Silent Awx Hun the efficiency of the m.itor ii maintained, and steady, re'.jble service assured. See a demorjtration of thlt rematkalu pUi.t .oic. Learn for yoursotf whv is prefer.-rIt yoa cannot come ia tvrfYiairtc today, phone i r wn'e for a repre.c'. uti e. d mi ' as n noiseless slee.e vabe tr.i'or. It it the rnMe!ncientand qu.e'ejt running tTxs of motorc.er built. Inaddition. BECKER & BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky. Powerful Magnets. t have been uted to ft a much a f..fs) pound of tecl stlnk' In one Klectro-uiiiKU- f Observatorlet. o The northern hemisphere has more tan as) public nxtronomlcal ohserva-trito lets than W In the southern. Tempered With Mercy. e LANCASTER, KKNTUCKY. I Morality' Foundation, MT. HEBRON TrM Stump Oil Valuable. , Wide nml n new, aprr In eery An nil nlitalnitl from tuinpn of rrA good school in t irrjf l.itrlct--al- l house, a Mrx, It, I.. (!row la lUlTorint; from pine trrfi ha liven found to lie valuna tliey able for recoverlni: Mlver fnnn pul- - u tuilll ami mi'-i- attack of Hu. merit art tli- prnugal "pMrt of Ur- j vaVltrd ore by the tlntntlnn proovm. .Mi l.eola Stone of Danville, at ine, morallt) ami cHil lltMTiy. Sunday School here Sutulay. Amaion In Uganda. Kev. Mnnly The women of 1'cninl.t nre Amarnn of (IrorKCtown, will Ian In tbelr mrtlitxtx nml On not tiexl preach nt tin place Sumlny at 11, Horn ScImo Sharpentr. tnte to nectue an ncknowtiilemcnt of o'clock. Ily arrdlent nn ilay n certain hoim-wlby force. If neo'oiary. A Hut cutting viiulp. their rlclitaHint latxl declare Hint freillroerrd Mi Kuth MontKonu'ry was Tliltnr to ulinrpn-H- l lier eliori. Now nhti quently women worklnc by the mail brought lintne from the (!ool Samari-tn- n I he iIimk not hare to. wait for klile' will rupture n (uimeriiy nml, on llonpitnl Sntunlay nml continue) ira crlnilir to conn amuml, for ulin pain of a evrtv cmtlcatlon, will maki very ill. alway ktei n nhwt of nnilpner In him take a turn with Hie hoe while hrr ni.nhliie ilrnwvr to lmrH-tier they hare a amoke. Mr. nml Mr. Sam Duncan of Ilur. icUvira with. Kin were with Mr. ami Mr. Krmt Love Tokers. . When n New (iiilheH full. In line with n man 'lie eid a nlere nf lter, or, If he hn no atrlnc to hi MMer, to hl mother. Th n the lady who receive the Mrins tell the fa. vored man the (uirtlcular woman Is In love with him. mi-!- Kven the Ctrl who cuts mad when she Is kissed by a man Is nlwny merciful enouch to remember that "perhaps the poor fellow-- couldn't resist such a temptation." Houston Post. A i 1 Young fehtep on Pasture Btlng Pre. pared for Market. nr, to 70 Hounds )l fr pr i. 80 Acre GARRARD COUNTY LANE AT FARM ON KEMPERS AUCTION Tuesday, Aug, 31st, 2:30 P. M. 80 ACRES OF GOOD LAND ABOUT OF WHICH IS IN GRASS BALANCE IN CORN "AND TOBACCO. and carry n uniform coierlng of tleih. Ijjnitu which nre hred. tinitierlv rnred for. docked Few Bricks Came From England. Ib'h will uml castrnteil, nml In The late onto the market n credit tit the PMnhlMied tleoree Alfred Townend Co beyond controversy that, man who has produced them nnd will while there limy have been a few Isotlml ii ready Mile. lated Instances of cargoes of brick from KiiEland, not one colonial house KEEP FLIES OFF LIVE STOCK In fifty, for which Mich claim Is made, Included KnzlMi brick In It compo Montgomery the later part of the ion. Trnm n letter In the ltaltlmore week. Mixture of Laundry Soap, Water, Sun. Crude Patroleum and Naphtha, II. It. Montgomery entertain Mr. lln la Rtcotnmtnded. ed a few friends at dinner Monday Ancient Idea of Comets. in honor of hcr'hushaifd's 10th. mini- very en"ee- The following mlxtutv Ancient people, purzled by tbe.si venary. phenomena, pmclnlmed tlte In keeping Wet off live stock and Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Crow and dnuRh It cot Is ery small: that "comet nre rotnped of the sin ter and Mr. W, U Crow spent last One potmil of common laundry Mi.ip, of mortnl. which, nsceudlns to Hio, Thursday with their parent. Mr. nnd fnur cnllon of wann water, one. gal sky, und o cumins to tho notice of OinI. nre set on Mr. V. X. Crow nt Pleasant Hill. Ion of rmde Htroleuui and four ounces Thl Interpretntlontire by hi wrath." of comet, thousli Messrs. J. I. Crawford, V. l ami' of iHiHilenil uiitihthnllii. more Shnie the M;tp In ery thin Mice couvenl- ia for making people valuable. Kdd (irow, Harrison Denn nnd O. A. w not nttierwWo Into warm wuler ami tlr It until .MontRomery attended the South Dis iliiinitiL-lih-illiilveil. Put the imnti- - Ily ltkW A. P. n soo.1 dnl wn known trict Association which convened nt thnlln In the crude lietroleum ami stir nbout the taw c iveni.nc them. lleech Grove, last Tuesday. l'oiir the oap nnd until water Into Hie tietrolettm mid thor Mr. nml Mrs. It. l Tracy nnd lit oughly mix them together. tle son, Howard spent Saturday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley Thompson RAISING REGISTERED CATTLE nt Ilurnn Vistn nnd with Mr. and Mr. Businesslike Hotel Man. To provide exerclsi for hi guest. the m.inncer of a strlnc of California tourist hotel ha furnished at each n common, woodpile, well iHjulpjMiI with nie of various weight nnd not too sharp. flueM nre welcome to chop to their heart' content. are twlnv" Closely Related. Ilnb wn born the same day a hta cousin, Helen, ltoth children started to public chool at the same time ami the teacher was a family frleud of Helen', but did not, know Itnb. On asking Helen If Hob were her cousin. he replied: "Ye, ma'am; Itob and I Migratory Fish. Kd tions. They spend whole day and night upon their march, nnd travel by hundred thmucli the moist under Crou-t- h Certain (lh of the South American tropic are known to leave the small vonil h eck larger and cooler atretche of wnler when the un threaten to dry up their late habita- nf the foreM. 1 nwe-lnilrli- - NOII7 BACK. If Hynl't 'iU la lb tthtat - ft STORMES Il Vou (hiittmtst tnl Im ef Mck Mkm rT.....,um 7Z koaeVaa Mmmm UWM Ttllfrjatia.llcfc,ttcEcsraa. Doa'i him dMcourtird htmit otJMff ImliMali luiti. of dn Stlw HuM'tJtbi sl ow ttak TODAY, sale leraUr f ttka 7H. DRUG STORE. Improvements consist of one brick and frame dwelling of 0 rooms, and basement, one large double, barn, shade and good water at residence, high point, good view and a pleasant place to live. Terms very liberal and announced at sale. For further particulars see Jas. Marsee or D. A. THOMAS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Timothy Ford nt Lexington Sutulay,' Mr. Harrison Dean, wife nml chil dren and Mr. Kdd (.row nnd wife attended the burial of Mr. V. C. Knin. Saturday. Mr. Haiti was raised fit this community nnd his death was iuite n shock to his ninny friends here who express their sympathy to the bereaved wife. Mr, and Mrs. Chus. Jluiuan enter. tulned at their home near Lock Si last Friday: Mr. and Mrs. Shclton' Montgomery, and two children undi Mr. Jnno Montgomery of Cornish-villMr. and Mrs. Kyle Tenter, and son, Mrs. Oeorgle A. Teater of Ilohon1 Mr. Kurl Clark of Xohluvillc, Iiul..' Mrs. Lucindn Montgomery of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Mont- -' David gomety, Mr. Author Montgomery and family, Mr. Mfittle Montgomery, Mr. Tho. Crank nnd children, Mr. K. F. Scott, Mrs. Kdd CJrow nnd daughter of this place. A bounteous dinner was served and n most enjoyable day was spent. e, Many Farmers Hesitate to Start With Pure-OrtAnimal Because of Lack of Knowledge. d WHITE Many farmer, would llko to nil' registered rut tie, but became of their lack of knowledge of pedigree or hull to stnrt ldtiallty, or both, nnlmnU. A safe way to with pure-brestart I to buy a few bred cow or heifer nnd grrtw In experience as Hit-In number. herd Inert-us- FLOUR Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated. President, GEO. O. SPOONAMORE C. L. ZANONE Secretary, W. A. DOTY Treiurer, Kx-Servl- ce i l LIVE STOCK NOTES tK:x:o::oxx::cc:::scc The amount of concent rate fed can greatly nlucnl If tho wi h;i bluearcet to gixxl pasture such n - grass, clover, alfalfa or rapA CumkI tiasture and niuslderabltf runc' for exercise not only lowers tlu coat of maluteuauci, but also series to In hejltliy condition. keep mi An old but correct statement that half the herd" tieels to lie bull Im heeded moro than eer, owing to the hlih price of grain, labor and couuected with pro oicibcnd exK-iductluu. -1 Mci, JoIh the Amerlcau Legion of this Poit. Lumbar Yard Out of Ont Log. One of the luruest iimhiKauy log ever marketed turii.il out 17V)(X) feel of solid wood. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 26 1920. (division wa promoted to the Junior MARKET ASSOCIATION division Nineteen Junior mlte.box. es were opened with a total of I3T. 05 PAYS LARGE PROFITS s Klevcn baby were opened with a total ef $4 71, makinp a rrand HO.tiC. f The hlcheat Pinto lean Growers of New Mex total amount in there boxes were $5.28 Ico Making Money. an 5 10. Two other had $6.00 each in them. Kach member deserves credit (or the efforts put forth Farm Organliatlen, Eliminating Local to secure thli money fer the Matter' Buyers Who Were Rapidly cause. Destroying Industry Through Next Sunday will be the last Careless Packing. before the mectlnc of the AnThe pinto tiean crowrr of Iht Kvery member nual Conference. In additional who can possibly do o ii urired to state hate earne.1 $: profit from their 1WB crop through be pretent at the morning serrice. their marketing assiwla-lio- n Initiated by lnll.tn of the bureau of markets. t'nlted State Church. of acrleulttire." hi the The H, Y. P. V. picnic last Friday recent statement made by a New Mex When the town ico plntn bean rmwrr was a great success. IJefnre the association format of clock struck nine, twenty-eigh- t our oung people started on their the bean were Hirrhaod by local buyer who t',e journey to High Ilridge. Everyone mnrkrt dim I practically controlled any therefore palil almost big time walking the bridge, price they chose had a Thce buyers were climbing the stops, riding in boats, rapidly dctroylnc thf H.iMlm visiting caves, and eating all kinds of that offered In the marketing of pinto "goodies." At 1:00 o'clock the brans through the lack of care In Choice re-crowd started back, returning by way craning ami iwrkinc. pint" herin wbs a of Brooklyn Ilridge, Shakertown, and Shawnee Hun, where supper wa trad name that rntno to mean noth Inc. often contained spread. It was gratifying to note split for the hi! illri n n it of which we found tho trade itNiid rmf depend upon the whnt a fine church-buildinat Shawnee Kun and to learn that qMHty nf the pnJHl. t'c-Ut have about 'IhO at their Sunday Now the farmer thrtr own . and we determined that we marketing Ibrwsish 'the association mu-- t all do better in the future Sixteen wnrefc.Hot pri"irly eqlpjl T!e picnicer stot back to tewn about ultli crndlnr and parkin;: mnrhlricrr, r The bean s uVlock. marking the "End of mi have been erected rnrrfnllr traded ami then iwrked m Perfect Hay." We regret that ever) t Jl'l pound fiew. member of the B. Y. P. U. was not j wMeh are neatly sewed nml liraii-tt'.-lar. l w due to Thf present. Special credit clenn asetatlnn ShiHon fn,m tho rnllrond. ami In lortdlnc Ih Kobt Long. Neah Mnrsee, eweij owls of ttw sack fnrv ww wnv. Estcs and Pcnn Williams, who fur nished the cars. "Keep up with the The artatlou hWlei.- - In III Irtiroau II Y. P. I'.. ur wish you ad." is of markets prmel ihrory that when door of a ear lrti)iT throws oiH-one of our mottos. he I Instantly lmtroel If the con n,--a orderly nH",r- tent assoiallon lire Tho New Jfrxko Drop In Uh U'sl memtM-- r ami marketed "Jfi I, year It I Food Prices. mrlds of run n tho hun-s- of nihnr whlrh Is cheer markets for Washington, (Associated Prow I fully gt.e nsllnc. vegetables genPotatoes .fruits, and erally nenre.1 the season' low price SHEEP REQUIRE PURE WATER level to date last week, according to a Department of Agriculture market Regular Dally Supply Is Important in summary' iucd recently. At $'! a Winter as Well as Summer for barrel, reached in New York, potato Brtt Result. price to grower "are new lower Some fanner mtiii to think that than ought to be, considering the cost of production," the statement sheoit ilo not nenl water anil will d just as welt without It. Althouch not said. l rortalnly In Western cities potatoes are heavy drinkers, hfep a regular dally supply of water In higher than in the East, and the winter a welt as In summer. If they priee rnnge i from $4 to Jii a bar- cannot get Wean water they will rind rel. dlrtr water, or In winter, will ent Onions at 70 cent n bushel, and now. to It hvp men cabbage at J- -0 a ton. the statement said, "are going at radical prices." that water for herp I always ami The host of feed Canteloupes, watermelons and green oastly aereIMe hay and grain Is uWe with- lug stuff and summer fruit generally out with xiater. Tt laxly slIfTt'ts without have "sutrcred a severe reaction from wnior llto appelllo awl a the high market of spring ami early tMKr. run iWiwh iiHlmnl I tho reMlt. summer. e water, IIh rlieep nrl to k.i'P The first af Western boxed apples All Ihe- - thlliK nrv III C1"! condition to reach Chicago tire bringing from ho-S2.i0 to $.1 against a $ t price early SYSTEMS OF FEEDING FOWLS in the season. mite-boxe'ier-vic- e J cAicn'ce Extra Quality i Seed Barky. Seed Wheat 1 . Timothy and Clover Seed. See us before you buy. Baptist OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. We exchange this fine Flour for wheat. We have it in sacks and barrels. FEED OF ALL KINDS. Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Common and Pressed Brick. Genuine Kanawha Salt best for curing meat. In barrels and 100 pound sacks. New Hale Ties for Sale. ln-a- n re-n- g The Majestic Way Sci.-.ol- Hudson & Farnau Telephone 26. Our Plank sir jxHtoi We mar lo wronc. Is that, for fV, the i. t rnecranl should hale done s,.,nrh'ns to oil car b"l!e srrase the cushions. Dal IS TO BUILD KITCHEN EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE AND DURABILITY. NOT HOW FEW DOLLARS? BUT HOW MANY YEARS? oten-wetsh- Conn DC Brothers. 11111 ' V.si Rt "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." "Radical" rtv 51 DC J) . lt ir World's Largest Springs. Probably the fountain- - ile Vanrh-lari;e In southern Trance sprint In the world, and Mslad Sprlnr near the Snake rler riinyon. Idaho the largest In the t'nl'od Stale. We Mad Of course It I stne troiit'le to rleni plHc, hut do you romomhet a what a tak It was to cu oter at with a brush ami currj entire comb? Dallas News, Start ef the Umbrella. fr i the sun th urabrel Sir Ranllnei la I of treat nntt'in ty Wilkinson has entraed a dellneatlot ef an Kthloptsn trli r trarellne ll utper Kcypt her chariot throuch where the car Is fiirnlklict with as As a shade umbrella EXCURSION CINCINNATI, OHIO and return v.a collective citizenry for the benefit of each individual citizen, and for the $1.50aYarJ benefit of ourselves. issued Weekly. Payable in Advance, It it the starting point of prosper jty the crave qf adversity. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. It it the point we all should seek ?.. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. and find. Entered at the Post Office in Lan Mall catter, Ky., as Second-Cla- n Matter. You read the daily papers. You are keeping in touch with the foreign new the events of the old world, You have noticed that the much 26, 1920 heralded peace hits only partially ma terialized that the fires of hatrcc ' Association are burning more deafening as time j The Central Record srk hre $3.15 5 2'J A M , .St Station L. & N. $3.15 Worth Cultivating. Is It not a thine dUlne to hare i amlle whlrlu none know how, has tin power In lighten the wetght of tlm enormons chain which all the lit Inc Ii common ilras lieitml themVlctoi Horn. - SUNDAY, AUG. 29, 1920 Special tram will lea Iinraster returnini: will leave 4th 30 I. M Cincinnati Standard Time, 7:30 I JI. City T ine infurmatien con-sj- 't Fir local Tuket ctnt. fu-th- er LacMkr. It- - Axut Member Kentucky Pre PRESS ; rna An. THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Only the slender tie that bind Kngland and France prevents nnother world of contlict, and that tie is peril I leenl For Political Announcement. Kor Precinct and City Offices. .15.00 For County Offices ....10.00 For State and District Offices. .15.00 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line .10 For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line .06 Rat ... .... DEMOCRATIC TICKET. President. JAMES M. COX, of Ohio. Vice Prciident FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, of New York. United States Senator J. C. W. BECKHAM, Kjr, of Frankfort, vongret, RALPH GILBERT, Of Shelbyville. ously weak, Is often near the break ing point. The average American citizen ruts securely in the belief that this coun try will never enter another Europe an conflict. But don't be too sure. The world has had an object lesson in what America can do if she will, In the next war the might of Amcr. ican gold, product and arms will be sedulously courted by both side. Every art of diplomacy will be ex erted to bring u in with our men our munitions, ami our gold. If diplomacy fails, other tactics will be persuvd to force our hand, . It will be a marvel if we escape. Think it over, from all side, and don't go to sleep. Politicians are carefully avoiding the subject in advance of election, but they are doing a deal of thinking, They know that wo are sitting on the crater of another volcano, and the lid is uncomfortably warm. Some day it will blow on. And then who knows? Woman with her vote should make haste slowly, lest in the end she make haite at all. Feminine suffrage was not achieved in a day, nor in a month, nor a year. It has required many yenrt of ceaseless effort and countless disappoint ments to place her on a political equality with man. She cannot expect to revolutionize our political system in a day, nor in a year. To attempt such a sweeping overthrow of the customs of years would destroy her future 'prestige, and therefore her usefulness. The laudable ambition of woman hood is better government and a mere enlightened citizenry. This cun be accomplished gradually, but it cannot be done with a stampede. The tortoise travels slowly, but it gets there in the end. Ilo-ld- nery rt. Wh O t S Who By Wm. As The Editor Sees It Hardly a week passes but what some good citizen has a suggestion to make for the betterment of this county. No sooner the suggestion made than some other good citizen objects principally because he does not like the first citizen. It Is human, and we are just as human here as elsewhere. Hut there is a better way a way that is quite as human and more humanizing. Forget your antipathy toward the man and think only of hi suggestion of what it will do for the town of what it will mean to you as a citizim of the town. Very few good citizens think exactly ulike. Muny are diametrically Church Notes opositu in their convictions, in their tastes, in their likes ami dislikes. The Junior Missionary Society held Hut there is a common ground up. an open Session af the Prayer Meeton which we may all meet and bury ing hour last week. The exercises uur animosities. consisted of songs, recitations, a MisThat I the common good for all sionary Pageant, and the mite.box the betterment of our community opening by both the Junior and Haby the fostering of the welfare of our: divisions. One member of the babv There are two system In ue for of fowls. In one of wlili ti the all tie feed Is flun dry and In Ike other of whk-- one or more of tho of August dally feod conlt of n uioMeiied The Courier Journal 1 4th. give the following complimtn mah. For Huetsleiico they may l und the "mush" tary birthday notice of a former Car tenHoil the sysl rard boy, who I well remembered ytim. Hlihoush hi tho tem a dry itah U often fed. Dry by friends' here: f coding I limit by many whero It I T. Hronson Hay, clergyman, son not t to mnko and lid a of Dr. William and Noncy Hay, was, moisteiiel mash. Tho greatest adiaii-tage- x August 14th, born near to lw derhcl from the dry sys180K. Hi father practiced medicine tem ii ru the oatlng of lntor and the ;h this community for more than leKsciieil danger of Uiwel tnmhlo from sloppy or Miurl mashe. forty year. Hronson received his early educu tion in the public schools and In El PROPER TIME TO CUT WHEAT He was liott Institute at Kirksville. gratuated from Ceorgetown College When Straw Has Lost Nearly All of Green Color and Grains 4re with the degree of A. M. in 1896, Not Entirely Hard. which institute later conferred upon him the degree of Doctor of Divinity WIihiI may bo cut with Mifety when tie was presmeni oi nis class, unite tho straw- - has lost nearly all Its green in college ne served lor three years color ii rid the grain nro not entirely If cut simiikt than til in old Clear Creek Baptist Church, hardened. near Versailles. He was graduated shrivoleil kernels will result. If left from the Southern Baptist Theolog standing until fully ripe n blenched npHHriieo. duo to tho action of tho ical Seminar)' in IhON with the degree elements, often result, ntid los from of the M. While in the seminary shattering may ensue. Wheat that I I he acted a tutor af Greek. hIm more dlttlcult to fully ri In September, 1808, he became liamlle. Where the ureit of wheut I poster ef Immanuel Baptist Church, Inrge. cutting should begin as early Nashville, Tenn.. wfeich church he ax It can be dmio safely. Fanner Bulletin I'mtMl .State Deirt- held until hi resignation in Novemm cut of Agrlcillluro. ber. 1'JOC. While tester in Nashville he held membership on various mis CONVENIENT STABLE RAKE sion board and with very active in leveloping the Baptist life In Ten- - In State Biography. Danger of Bowel Trouble Lessened Where "Dry" Plan Is Used Also Saves Labor. J. Jones, In Courier Journal. "dry-ford- dry-fo.i- cotiM-nlcii- ovjt roo,ooo HAPPY FAMILIES in every state in the Union in your own ncihborhowl have summer warmth in their homes in coldest weather with the patented CaloriC Pipcless Furnace. What a magnificent tribute to CaloriC leadership and success! Can you afford to try out imitations or heating eerinicnts when you can yet the genuine n CaloriC? time-prove- The CaloriC is the product of The Monitor Stove Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, makers of quality heating appliances for 101 years, and today largest manufacturers of warm-a- ir furnaces in the world. ThcManufacturcr's guarantee 70 tlcKUfH warmth in your home in coldest weather or money back. Our jicrbonal Ruarantcc you must be Place your order now for early installation to we can give you the very best " talis-Jfit- d. neee. came In .November, 100D, he be- Methodist educational secretary of the Foreign Missionary Hoard, Southern Baptist Convention, with headquar. ter at Hichmond, Vu. He continues to serve that board in the capacity now of ussoclate secretary. In 18US he married Miss Maude Wayts of Georgetown, Ky. Their married life was very brief. Mrs. Hay dying in Nashville, three yeari later. On January 1, 1908, he married Mis Davie Jasper of PJano, Tex as, who was a native Kentuckian, hav- irg been born near Hustonville. tcrvicv. Haseldea Bros. The liuproveuient claimed here Is that the rnke lias two working edges; thu tootbe) edge Is used to rake loose litter, und the smooth edgo to take up the finer particles which pass throufa pl the teeth. It I made cf a ilu ot metal. ittki A jim lljKkOa, !..; A Jil'm'f-ft-. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 26, 1920, WE ARE STILL TRIMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR CUSTOMERS Ollvsr RUint Plow, $60.00. OIIvst Walkin Plow,, $18.50 lev b Not High Priced Because it is famous as being The Highest Class Talking Machine in theWorld some people may get the impression BUT LITTLE Mrr. Maude IloRir has been visiting Misses l.oudella and Mary Ellen her rotisin, Mrs. Kd Itau. Peace spent Thursday ami Thuraday i night V'ith Mr. and Mrs. James Kidd. RENT TO PAY. Mr. and Mr. J. B. Stormed were Oliver Cuttlpacher, $B5.00. visitors in Lexington Tueslay. Mr. nml Mrs. James Kidd and lit- Onr horse whf.t drill, theap. Mailable Good Roofing; al $2.00 per Ranee. $100.00. Sle.l Ran.ei $30. Galviniied Routine $0.00 per .quare. .quale, Silo Cutters. Reduction in everything. Manure Spreaders cheap, Mogul Wagon.. Runlet and Harnett cheap. Freeier-- Ctm cheap, J. R. MOUNT & CO. The field Q Deal House. rENcn and harii wire Mrs. 1m Ilrlirht. of Lexlneton, has itors from Friday until Sunday of been thf enost of Mb Lena Hright. Mr. and Mrs. John Peace mil family.) Mr. Uavwl Lnncley haa returned Mr. J. P. Hourne spent last week r in from a vkH to his In Louisville, where she went to see Waco. her daughter, Mn. Ewing Stulu and Miss BrtVtnn Dunn, af Texns, is especially those dear little twins. isltlni; Ml(a Mnttle and Mary Lee Mls.es Jane Ewing nnd June lloiirnr, Darin. who nre the sweetet ever. rand-mothe- tle daughter, James Violett were vis- t i 11 i The following Uys left for Cnmi Miss Moody Adaef. af Crab Oreh l loom- yoaicrilay; icoger ard. is vteitlnt; MIm Rtaib. Carrier en Daniel llourland. J. IE .Haseldcn, Sam ElDanrilre streiC liott, Karl Swepe, (iene Cochran, is The Chiropractor make, no extravagant promiics. Mtte Monn ansl lluflah Saunders, S. D. Cochran nml Henry Moore Jr of Lt'XiHKtan. nre ekirmlat; cuesta of They were chaperoned by Rev. K ' None Are necessary. All he a.k. !t a fair trinl And the result, Mi Hath Carrier. 11. Ilourlanil. will speak for themselves. See your Chiropractor. Consul Mm I.enn ilrlsrht und Mr. (iayle lation nnd Spinal Annlyiii Free. Mr. and Mr. Theodore Winter-smitDaty have returned frem a visit to re ef Louisville, Mr. and Mr.' a to II A. M. LANCASTER. KY. Intives in Olnstrow. SIMPSON HOUSE Walter Wintersmlth and Mis Anna Mr. Itaymoticl HnieMen and faml- -, Eliza Robertson, af Etiiabethtown, ly have Hsovvd to their handiome who are touring the Klue Grass, spent! C& IfTpl etc a. a as a aikL ,Q luHfie in "Hill Court," a few hours with Mrs. E. I Owsley) , last Saturday. Mr?. Joe AlilrWcr is out bkuIii af ' Miss Alberta Anderson has return- ter belni: eentined ta hor bamc for Mrs. J. W. Akor and son, Earl,nnd' is preed from a visit to relative in the part three wesks. Mr. John Carpentor, who have lieeii here with re. Mis Itutii Carrier was in Itnrrods spending evoral months Chrnault. burtr htst week.esxl Use truost of her lativos, left Tuesday for their home Mmn Krnily and in Florida. They each have a nicel f KirhnHMsd Here plewsnnt iruwta of friend. Miss Helen Norfleet. i orange grove nml prospects for a tine ' Mi Annto Cntlittttee Arnold thk Mr Glass Carrier has been a guest crop this year. Comln'i smI A flrUI MiMwn ol lh ueeK. i at Camp Wilfoweliff. with a party ly Those Wi Art Inlinilid In. n. ' tinder the hostship ef Mr. D. M. Case. Mr. WiUlam E. Hroii44B and There will be n Tom Thumb we i ding, given under the auspices of the ' HerndoH af tuWill. Ky. viaite! at Mrs. Carroll IUtley, of Stanford, Woman's Club, Aug. 3 1st., at the best? buy af CronHr Hraodti tawl the stmr .Mr Etna lldt is vintinr relative j has been vMtiag.hcr daughter, Mr. School ' week. Auditorium. About forty in Lexington E. I'rer-eaDrawn arul Mr. llrown. children will take part. Every body visaing j' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith and Mrs. I Mary Mis Owl) is v.xpected. The ndmltsion for MIm MatUe I.utz and Miss Rasa Hartaan HtMSVcir ptnt the tlay Wit friend in Owtncavtlh. K. adult is ?i0 cts. and for children J wRh Mr. Igrn Chirk of I lya Kay left yettonlay fur London. where Prtday rents. Miaa Anna Tudor of Greenfield, III they will take ia the great m vtailtng Mr. J. 1.. iMvw. eeunty fair. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Williams andj Miss CarsMtio Pothertrill has re- ji fcja move this week into the Mr. George SM Jr.. ta vtaitior turned ttwie aflor a nloaswnt wick's Mr. and Mr. Sam liar eld en anil child re n will pos- recently purchased of J. K. retativo. m LctxiagtM md tmMn. Mis Mnttle Mue son, Dtmean, left for Martinsville, property visit with Haseldcn on Richmond street. This! ; I ml.. yeterdy mar nine to remain llagiwa W the HubMo. Mis DeMu Rice delightful family will be cordially n I several days. l.yeas. it Prank Wwstt have relived in Mr. and Mm. Ben ceived among u, hnving Huest of MM lla.rl furt. Mrs. Hugh Mobloy, hn, Clarence Hryantsville for a number of years turned from their bridal tour and Inive rooms at Mr. and Mrs. Ware, en CaUdl, and Master J. C. they are not entire strangers to our MiM Mattle Mar Hubble si la.' at. Danville street. have returned from a visit to rela- city. MRS A. AMON tractive gest af MW (JarrMttte Path tive in Cincinnati. ergiM- Mr. Charlie Thosanscm has return, Mrs. Henley llnstin entertained at ed to hi home in Skidmare. Mo. after Mr. J. A. EUener and two children her home last Friday at a delightful MU Prunkle Knutrmtn visited spending several weeks with friends of Charleston, West Va., arrived Sun- six o'clock dinner, the following MIm Van Grecnleuf in Ittohmeml ' and relatives here. day for x visit to her rarents, Mr. guest were present: Mr. and Mrs. Monday. and Mr. N. Miller. Mnc Wilkin, of Shelby. N. C, Mr. I . Miss Jennie Duncan ami Mrs. Me.r. I). W. Maaaa aava Ftufcrr 5tm(HHi Klktn Have returned from Mr. ami Mrs. E. C. McWherter and and Mrs. William Lear, Mr, and Mrs. (ainet, af Danville, were in Lancas- a viil to their sister ,Jlm Mari;ret daughter. Miss drone, of Lexington V. A. Lear, Mrs. Ressic Dudderar, ter Monday. ami Mrs. Ilurr McKiney and son.i t Urudley, in Pfnnkfort. were in the city this week the guest James Walter, of Indianapolis. ami ilrrrdce of friends and relatives. Mmm Ruth Carrier Mr. ami Mrs. John Mount and son, Champ have brea visiting friends 4n John Jr., of Atlanta, arrived yeater- Mr. Ed Adams, of Eldorado, Ark.,, Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Wilder are HarrtMfctarg. day for severahdaya visit with Mr. in Indianapolis this week, visiting arrived lust Sunday for a visit with! Ed has j '.Mrs. Wilder' sisters, Mrs. William relative fur a few weeks. Mr. Ada Klnsalnl, who bat bee and Mrs. J. It. Maunt. made good in the West and is now enrd an witn a visiting Lancaster relatives, ha re- ' Mr. White and Miss Carrie Reid. Detriment to the Community. and Mrs. T. E. Cecil an.l Rock Island Rail nouncing the approaching marriage connected with-th- e The man who miflend himself Ii turned ta Louisvirtii. son, Russell are at heme after a Mr. Charles Maton Hourne ac- road and holds a responsible position. of Mis Adams to Mr. David Hell, .is unfortunate, Imt the man who ml Mr. and Mm. George. Smith Jr.. ara ' ten da) May with his relaUve and companied by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dep He has been away about twenty they passed Into the living room; here leads others for eronnl gain Is ai pen and Mrs. Sam Humphreys were years. Time luis dealt gently with they were received by the hostess nnd nndcMrxblo citizen. tbi week of Mr. ANt Mn, friends at I Imel Green, Ky. BUtwt Pox in IJncoln. visitors in Stanfard Monday. J well as guest of honor ami shown into the him however and he look Mr. Herman Hoaver ef Troy Ohio, Australian. Letter Wrltera. when he left, though more corpulent. dining room by Mrs. T. II. Davis, who has been spending two weeks Mr. J. I.. Gill gave a delightful Phi Mr. Ed Uutf aftvr several week Australian are by far the mit pro where Mrs. M. 11. McGulrc was hos- llfle letter wrltera In the world. The relatives vtK hen returned Tuesday to W witet friends and Sunday. here re. ' Itjilta Tfci.ln Hnrfv fit ftii. rlllli tess, Misses Sublett nml Catron in- avenue 150 letter per head earl i home last I turned last Saturdny in honor af Mr. and Mrs home la 1'eeoa, Tesas. Belle c.nke year. a. again.t an average of M fa sisted her in serving O. W. Pearson, of Troy, Ohio. Walker and Mr. ami Mrs. Alex ' '"'nt which carried out the color the people: of Uic United State am Mr. O. Boner and dau'igMor, of i Jnuirhtur. Virginia l'earl. have i!otu Richland. Vn. On Aug. j ,5th.; During the entire after- - Canada. Mrs. J. A. Rowland and daughter, WHO, a quiet, but pretty wedding i LtturavtHtt, nre k'UMH af Mn. Adolf to Richmond. Vu., far n visit before tt noo rendered by Mr, Mary left Tuesday for their home in was solemnized in the home of Mr. Joseph, on Matl avenue. Whacl'. Proortialen. Hreturaintr to their home in Okluhoma. El Dorado, Ark., after a visit to her Mi and Mrs. O. U. Terrill, when Mr. ' John ,lat,ilT The us of the wheel goes back tl registered i" the the dark fige I)r W. S. Elkin. af Atlanta, jatnwl Adams.' Tlie first nheeN wen Terrill'a sister, Miss Mnttie Ktd I). T. Ilroadus and wife have parents, Mr. ami Mrs. S. P. Henry. Vrs. Klkm here yesterday asd wiH made of solid blocks of wood cut frori of Uncastor, Ky., the youngest IlridV Hook. returned to their twine in Wichita, Many chnngei . B. Spratt On Wednesday Mr. Mrs. Uessie Dudderar and Mr. daughter --of Mr. and of trees. vrnt days. the trunk remain for Mrs. Jack! Kutna after a ix week stny with ,10,,or of Mr- were made before the modern when McKinney and son, have return- Adam, became the bride of Mr. WM nt homB Ky. Ilurr Mr. and Mr. Loyd Hourne and relatives and friends tn Central Tl,c ho,te" wa evolved. ,,akl,r l a l,orch ed to their home in Indianapolis after Helle. of Haltimore. Md. ' wa family attended the funeral af .Mr. ted by Mesdamea Kckstine, n visit to Mr. and Mr. H. V. llastin. una nrfiatirallv- deeo. The h.m Merely a Memory. Mr. and Mr. Willie Fox Logan mid .nlTIn in Danville. Sunday. What'a become of the amntenr social children, who have been visiting Mr. rated in yellow and white. Little Draper nnd White in serving delightMisses Ruth Carrier, lllllie nnd StelIrossod yellow and ful ten, sandwiehe and cakes. About scientists who used to prove beyond in Mr L. J. Peyton ha been spend- W. II. Mason, returned to their home la Sunders. Messrs T. J. Price, Kobt. Zeigler the thodoar of a question that thieves, white formed nn ile with yellow forty guest called during the afterin Wilkes llarre, I'ennsylvnniu, Weding several day in Prnnkfert with Tomlinsan and W. II. Griffy, were in are the product of an economic tya nesday. and white ribbon, down which the noon. her sister, Mr. Dudley (iordon. Shakortown last Sunday evening for On Thursday Mis Margaret Hog. tern xrdch fulls to provide work fol bridal party marched to the strains dinner. gess entertained nt luncheon in honor alll Indlnnapolls New. Rev. Charlie Straiiier has returneil Wedding March, of Lohengrin' Mim Lotlu Rudder, of Kaoxville, of MU Adams. Thursday afternoon! Tru Standard of Manhood. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McMilli.iit, which wit rendered by Mr. Clin. Tenn. is the truest of Mis Rebecca from several day stay in New Alfrom I to 0 Mrs. M. II. McGuirc Man come to himself only when he bany, Indiana. He delivered a ser anl Mr. John 11. Walker of Crab HiiLiir iir h rni-- n Williams, in "HnseldeH llviuhts." lirr and mon on Sunday at tne tinpttst LOrchard were the guests of Mr. and the minister, Mr. A. W. Arrowoodi,'",; Un? hower for Ml.. Adams. ha found the best that I. tn tilmhighi.iuie .Mice ocigier uresscii as u ho mtlstied hi. henrt with the capaW. 0. Geodloe has returned Church. Mr Mrs. Hewnrd Logan from Saturday followed by little ringbearer, Mar-- 1 I bride-to-binto the din- est achievement of which be from Ashville, N. C, nnil report the vin Hurt McGuirc. Jr. The bride fairy led the until Sunday. Tli at alone to hi in I the real - ble. Miss Stout, of St. Louis, has arwere ills- measure of himself, thc real standard It nil si nil i nits flr.tsi natal in it titU t f miA. ing room where the gifts f his wife tome better. million rived in Lnnrarter and will have Mr. E. C. Ilnrnard, of Washington, night blue entered on the arm of the ',,"'e,l-- The guest were given fold of Id manhood. Grit. pencil ami asked to give ad er. Owen Kignev. Mr churge of the trimming department D P nrril'il lint Ktlnitne nflfrnnan groom. Mr and Mr Mr Wood Hurutide arc spend-r.and is the guest of .Mayor John M. , immediately alter tne ceremony vice on "Way and Means" of managin Mr, lielki Arnolds Francis' Worth Trying, Anyway. t,' If you want to Insure yourself good parlor day at Cove Spr mu. Duncan and Mltr Jennie Duncan on the happy couple loft on No. 0 for ing a husband. The hostess served a luck, wear your new dres for the first delightful salad course. , Maple avanuo. an Ea.tern Tour amid a shower of On Friday Mr. W. H. Sparatt wni lime to church, so snyeth old Doctor withe. The bride, Lore, Doctor Folk Uire, tn be more Mr. Joan Shakelford. Muster Clay) nee and good "I!.".1 '...T?t.?A.Jf-.e-.I.,.TfJ...r.aTlcourse t x Shackelford and little MIm Mur' who I. a fair type of a Kentucky hostess at a live In. I. D.luncheon.en- - exact. Maybe the old gentleman was t si5 aa Jof". aa"-- " Sex on lurtoy lunching up bis alt eve the way ho said Sharkelferd, who have been guet of Helle ha. vLited In Richland, many , ?" 5 to ' n 'art- - till, believing In his l.enrt that the times, and the number of gift te.tl- - ,cr,,,,n'N fr? .Mrs. Emma Kiiutfmnn, have return-- 1 (ii ,hc '"own good luck unuld follow attending He.Ho her popularity here. The ' ed to Richmond. church; but thui lt' Jus a well not groom is a prominent young bu.,ne.!to, thc l;nr,ur, whrIre thcy w" renue.ted to give to go to analysing tin uhy and the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Logun en-- ! man of Haltimore, Maryland. 15 cts. Lemons per dozen n toast to the bride-to.bAfter wherefore or thix old superstition, tertained Sunday nt their beautiful several interesting game a delicious because after nil they lire "Jut for country home at a twelve o'clock. Last week a nuhiber of social House Paint per gallon $2.50 ' salad and Ire course wu .1 served. fun." I limner party, leriyinrev parinaing event, were given In honor of Mr. per pound Good Coffee was n hand-mad- e 24 cts. The guests-priz- e 'Idetla and Happinti. of the bountiful dinner. Chat. HaKer of Chicago and Miss centerpiece. Lasting happiness reaull from (!) .Ky. 22 cts. Sugar per pound building Ideal Into imierete strue-ture- a Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Howling and Mattie Adams of Lancaster On Tuesday from 1 to 0, Mr. Ter- a. that minister to human happl little daughter, llellen, Mrs. UaiU 15 cts. V,nurcn III Prunes per pound hon.1 ties. The material lliliiga of Hie world and Mr. and Mr. Shelby Sherrow rill entertained nt a reception in Next Sunday morning the pastor' bate their worth, but eii-20cts. that de Peaches per pound were the dinner guests Sunday of Mr. or of her sister, Miss Adams. The which was beautifully deco- will .peak on; "A Changed Life,"' .K'm, ul"i the ue iliey are put to. und Mrs. ltufus Sam near Ilourne. house, PK luble for fnrnltura rated, was lit with pink and white and nt the union service In the eve-- 1 i,a"' "' " swampy Miss Joan Mount returned from candles. Thc guests were greeted at ning; "Living in the Live of t1u",lln-- ? Wtt! ,,U" last Monday and wu ac- the door by Mr. J. 11. Crabtree and Other." All of our .ervlce. for the ovr1. i true of companied home by Miss Dorothy Al- ushered into the den, where they month of September will be prepare ,,,,.uU To mmt bo W1h len and Mr. John Mount of that city. were received by Mr. M. Zeigler and tory to the special revival services filled to good ends. J..v eaiiie from n brother of Mr. J. R. served punch by Mis Alverta White. which begin Oct 3rd. Don't mis. projecting yourself Into the future ami The latter is each any of them! the wilfure of the Mount Charlotte Zeigler Mrented Chiropractic Lipscomb Lipscomb Sf Gossip About People vvr? 0to ( Mnble KruwrrlsiK, af Wlnehoa- Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Deppen and Mrs trr, ta tar (mmt af Ml llettte West, Sam Humphreys who have been vs this vpt(. Itlng Mr. nnd Mrs. Price Ilourne thei Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Cvrflejr and sati past week have gone to Middlcboro Jaek, Jr., were In LflaeaMor for n few to make a short vifit before returning to their home in Louisville. day this week. Mt ' that the Son6ra priced. It isn't! high h i I the phonograph of eminent value. A large , number of exquisite styles arc available from $60 up. Why not the tt 1 , May. ar There's a pride in 3 sessing a Sonora. I J. I I 'SHHSST' hand-painted Mt-.t- . Adams m lui -- n,u - Cha-Davi- d e . 1 . i g Mil-'nier- y ' ". I niyii rribcd muruercu ;' I i 1 r"l,..k N,. notes 11 SANDERS VARIETY STORE L Cash and Carry. i J', ry '" ln m- "'r The Contra! Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Aug 26, 920 1 HEAK A Sentimental HOMER S. CUMMINGS SENATOR WARREN HARDING ! Bath DT VICTOK RCDCLIFFE W.X.in lit had cot nut of l I on the wrong Mde. her Imlie.t Iiiii i'- e. .Viitirj- - .MurMu tfi-wli-- UnMlKl". IH Sffl't 275 ACRES SUBDIVIDED tuttirvd n IuhIhiimI, she ln'SHii llie iluy ulili ii o AT Me flrnde .ilnl the l.hlcv tlul I I kept ttt tit out until after II 11(1 II. ! trr luut. I "iHHl't im .Naiiee," h elli In tierferl entT. It n rial ineetltii to rntv fiiinl for ,i i llr iieiirly nil .lek and HKimj m ln llinoil out to Mane If tlo' now lots of August brethren hadn't rallied to the Hut Niiney refim.il to l i it.. I She tmertly alludeil to iliurllv 11..1 lilug at home. lio fimiii! fault i Seth he. 'tune oiHe of hl clothe-- . itlHitit llio riMitii, mill itniilly BUCKEYE innilc iimiilfo.t to lilm llio (mi Hm the Itllveii) iliroH tlio Mreet h:nl :i lioilograiti Mr. nnil Mr. Tom I'urntt visited new u Itleti they li.tl broii-- ht Mr. Doty nnd family at Kiehmond, ami et plii)lng to liil uuu) Nil lie) 'm lonely hour. The lirst bull to rule in nn airplane recently, r Nimey will be piloted by a Louisville airman j jr nn, jjr,, Mnrion Calico, of own olil i.'ttllilv iillinliil tn tli.-tuore than out of if the offer maile by Stanley Hubbard Mmllsoti County spent Wednesday ri'l:ilr ami no uiip to pluy It, at l t Mm. S. T. Hemiinc. Allendalv wlln Hmj yn, l.vmy Itay. Seth niiiilo a lueiital note u to a Farms. Shelbyvile. is accepted. Vnlker itradshaw Mr nm, letter, oiren to,nm, fnm)y fpent Sumay f Unrn,. Hubbard In hi Tli In e went wrong at the hrenkfavt Farmer Joy. n Jit- carry IUK-ltiT jim.uhaw. table, where Seth ii...-- t the cream JHg wUh Mr nnJ M ii ii I Xmiey. nnd eriiil, say uuu wtv sun tu iuiii'iku v Mr. Gertrude 1'rathcr of III. and Imike the tin ii 1. from a treasured dull mcr's (lory the hlKhe?t-pnccUncaster rlilnii Teater of. .... t. ........... V V Mrs. Meade at .11 Mutteri grew wiirie wlien e been visiting Mr. and Mm. Mai lie gntlienil up the at the nk to Louisville in eiht hour,. Mrs. nlil,Selh u mimI mine up to ki.s Kenning to follow in n plane directly Carter. and her goo.ir fur the day. She liml a Mr. and Mrs. I.. F. Hrown behind. , mwvI of water In her Imthl hh The Shelbyvllle bull is entered to daughter have been visiting Mr. and iwiuig an arm iiImhu her uuit Mrs. Handy Kurty and family near show in the prize ring at the New "(Sixhl liy, Nanee ilitir'" he crlnl in III Jo)llet tone, but "lie reeutei nil York State Fair Sept. 14th., against HarrodsburK. i Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel, Mr. anil faiiilllnrlty awl Hfreelloiiate his father, for which Ayer McKen-nertkiiliir ocni.tuii. oh thl New York, recently paid $30,-00- Mrs. Tom Cotton and family of Mad Nail- e The bull also is entered to ison co. have been visiting Mr. and; "(Jet along, iww !" "I'ih In no iihmhI for noii.'iio " and ' IN,.- V.w.1 M show in the Jersey ring at the Kenlh"M tM'r ,,,f', temMT llatiil for'li. tucky State Fair, September Itith. .M and Mrs. I.eniy Kay. .Mr. Us- -. wuh n lnrj lf( M(t .u,.,.,,.,,, . The two fairs have stimultaneous car Kay and Mis Mattie Hay spent ,w t.miinl tin- - hoverim; fm r. dates. September and Mm. Sundny in Nlcholasville with Mr. nnd .s(,kih: Ii Hennini; had despaired of fulfilling Mrs. Ottlce Uay Uogie. iMtek. hliiij; Ml'i' . her desire to match son ni;ainst father J .J I tl..rnll eniertaineu ' Jlr an(I MRI when V. C. Hannn Comm.ssionerof M,M 01(lham of ,ichmoni, nd . grfculture. suggested sending it by Mr iirry Uicc of Ijincastl, al a 'III air. o'clock dinner on Thursdy MlHHtoly. She cue a (Treat g.ii us Mrs. Henning welcomed the sugk West has returned to w1iJiihi a word, but ?r erloii gestion; also declared her intention 1. .Mr. GilbertIl.l..unM.I nfln, ...imtl mmIiI tiN Imllrniit romlin.i;i III " ...... lll OUII1IT I.. nuiiinviwi of following by plane so she cou d frHH the lnolimtHr.v Latli, Setli s, 'weeks stay with ..hi ihi)c see both showings. iiilmly to ilooor. Mr. and Mrs. I., r. Hrown. away the trfekllHg ilrop mi. I Ilulibnril snva In. will tin. n H.inil. Phil I'rather, I Ollt.ldt. Messrs. J. I', and (Hereunto Willi n .eli f lfv.IW.. iilnti. will, rnr fnr sengera. in which he will strap the 3,r- - Ofrtrude' I'rather nnd Mm. Mai her unutterable l.deiHi and N'iiii. i bull in such a position that he cannot C"r,l'r Pnl Monday with Mrs, Oscar I arwltit onll.tury Utterance to a low wall, limit I Hut "uren m Jinuison county. fall, no matter what position the uoor iiihi Mil lllT . PU'l . l ujkui Mm. Hiram Itay, Mrs. It. w . San-- , ,W1( llie f plane may be in. and yet would allow u fne ni tiers, Mrs. Nora Teater, Mise hthel liatiiK, a iistllnillon of her art outhim freedoirf to move his head. Louisville Post. Ilay "'d Sallle Lou Teater were guet powering her. S"tli Kilug the Mi3 5an,cril jn Crab Orch- - window', gMiiieed In and jjrs tlio ard from Thursday until Saturday, apparent contrition or remorM of bH Many Vletlmi of Mania. rugged III. Six hundred women were eiecuttd.nnd nttended'(the Iiroadhend Fair on euiotloniil lietter half. I feutlin' Hoflemil MUiicwliMt. Thursday. for witchcraft In France In 10W. ".She's a good aort," I.e .ollloul-d.- , "but I tiitlitn't enrournge her III kirk-- . Napolton'a Helcht. Itir iIih lr?i.4 thl unv It Historians say that at the lime of mlittit be ilNlu- -t or the rolling pin his coronation Napoleon Itoiinparta next. (III. well, she's moMI.V HUll'liIne, ' waa a little under live feet, three ami will le nice iim p when I come1 Inches, but he heciune Moop.il Uter home tonight. I rtort ' It iIim-mii In life and at l.ls death meniureij of iipMt her t him the Illlvens folks scarcely more tlinnflTe fifl. gel things I ilou't lni) tier, hut I'll huWhen the body begins to stiffen mor this whim. painful it and movement becomes Qold In Adoba Walla. Naney wii thoroughly ni.liutii.il of To a Mexican city or CuNtiaJuato, is usually an indication that the herself for her llllM'tll0US rtdloll an kidneys are out of order. Keep built uear the oldeii yolil mines la hour after Its eoiiimls.Ioii. Finally these or cans healthy by taking tSe country, wun orisinully vonstruct-e- J Selh did nbt eoint liomt- at noon, hut of adobes maile of llie refuse of .hi1 ho'H'd that Ik would that exx- these mines. As the curly procemes the monilltg rial day. She of extraction wen eiv uuMTfect, the lug up a arlety of tiMithnomi dellca-- 1 . luilhilnss j cles, tun was unite iiielloweil ilown dy ' walls and floors of t;..-were thus full of gold Hung would tin- - tliiit. noon nrntuid. She was have continued thu for mi linlellultu uilalrH making the beds when u Tb world's sunjjtj rtmtdy for kiJn.jr, time, and the Inhabiting would have hullahtitlno oiitlil on the part of ct- liver, bUJJjf and uric aciJ troubUi. been living yel taiuimie elttil chllilreu coining home from ir lw Fmou line 1696. Tk rtguUrljr anJ hullUlngs, f tin. . of n rail- ehool Mnt her hwlftly dowu till', ktwp in guol bMllb. la tbrt liiM, all way neces- - stair. Tim lower part of the liou drugtfist. Ouaranld a rtpittaataJ. ury line nearbr I the demolition ut 100 was full of Miioke and (Mit and llio tkm mm CmU McmUI m tm houses. thrilling wonN reuiiied her ears from . s. lli ini I BOYLE CO. LAND SPOONAMORE -- & HESTER FARM. Known as the Dr. Harlan Farm. McRoberts Drug Store Records and Hawaiian ." in stock. . er-'rei- at Auction 10 O'CLOCK. Prize Bull May Come By Plane.1 uit i. Tuesday, Sept 7th, Another good Hanging Fork Farm. Fertile land in high state of cultivntion. 2 mile from Denvillc nnd Lancaster Pike, 3'j mile from i! ri ' ! . y. ileiiion-"initlw- 0. Thi farm has the reputation of being one of the very beat nnd most productive in this section of good land. Look at the crops now growing. They show what this land will do. 1 2 story 7 room dwelling, 1 hall and 2 porches, with large yard nnd overlooking the farm and n fine fish pond, ice house, servants room, hen house, cow shed, stock bam, two metal roof tobacco barns, 48x96 and 58x108, will hold 25 acres, 2 stripping rooms, 2 large pond. Dairy house, concrete floor,. Good tenant house. Fine cave spring. One of the best watered farms in County. No waste land. 100 acres in corn, 74 acres wheat stubble sown to clover and timothy, 20 acres in tobacco, 10 acres timothy meadow, balance in Blue Grass. Land is level and gently rolling. AND SAY IT'S GOOD LAND. Now Listen! THIS FARM WILL BE SOLD ABSOLUTELY TO THE "HIGH DOLLAR" WITHOUT RESERVATION OR LIMIT. A deed will be made to somebody. The bidders fix the price on day of sale. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS" just as advertised. EVERY BID A BONA FIDE BID. Will be subdivided into 3 tracts 100 acre tract 98 acre tract nnd 77 acre tract. EASY TERMS Possession and deed January 1, 1921. Look over this farm is all wc ask. Then we know you will bid. For further particulars and to show the farm see the owners at the farm or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville office, or W. A. Diekerson or George Swinebroad nt my Lancaster office, or - 13-l- ia;iil - ' lX o.ik-In- 1 eo .. i,, grand-parent- pro-iiIi- -- . . Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Send for catalogue of sales. Get tbe other dates. Our automobiles at your service. i - SQUEEZED TO DEATH COLDMEDAL nr lat Live Stock - - - AND - - - - ' Implement Sale Immediately after the alc of thu above farm ."- tt outside: "Klro! Telephoiu t the hoe iiiiii-any- THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck n a profitaWc "licast of burden" and surely hs3 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 Tat Truck with its manganese bronze e and every other Ford merit of wmplicity in design, strength in construction, economy in operation, low purchase price, stands head and shoalderj above any other truck on the market. Drop in and let's ulkitovcr and leave yourordcrforone. worm-driv- Hascldcn Bros Garage. We are not interested in any cars, -- except the Ford. ir Sssq, TriV Wll3- - 111 mi 111 I IK I 1 miii-Sl- I l roof were smoking. Nan-- . xetiiy moving her best to the front ixirch. 'mrlor Then as he lire engltii duelled Into the yanl imd the hpo was utirolleil. .ho M.irtfd for the kltrlteu and niichrd lis oien rear diMir In time In reeelvi u broad, fillohlllg deluge of wti- from ( ter that drove her bnrk. "T heat to foot. ' "III! pluy on llio rhlmiiey and riHif tluit's where tin tire Is," came u stentorian eommuinl through the brass trumpet of the lire chief. "That's II! .Ml out!" iiiinimncol the plpciiinn ii minute Inter .lu.t then Selh ilu.lo-- i up. "Vhen''s Nuuci Is (.he safe?" he , (unttsl, and his chilleil, half fainting helpmeet, clinging to thu towel rack to recover from thu shiH.'k of her liallit i felt her heart warm at the niixloiis, J ) loving tones. "You dear!" shouteil Seth. clasping her In his iirms, u veritable dripping rug us to attire, streukeil of face, her hair plastensl down like wet moss, nnil he clung to her aa If ho would never let go. "It's retribution" sobbed the lent Nancy, "It's the luck of the world tlmt you ure unhurt and safe," xulte Seth, I riving her another hug. "I'll take this . afternoon on getting things to rights. 1 Then we'll Meud a pleasant on the (torch listening to the wiiile of the phonograph that will be here this j And when It plays Tint j afternoon. Old Sweetheart, of Mine," we'll Just kiss and muke III) like the fond fu-- l' Ni children that we are, won't we, I Nancy, on tl y began i ' cu-nln- Then were no Humes In the kitchen, hut the chimney was lielclilng forth llumo mid rlnders and the Tuesday, September 7th, DINNER hlti-gle- s WILL BE SERVED. y t and the following personal property will be .sold publicly; LIVE STOCK Five teams of work mules, from four to eitfht years of ajce; Two I'urolioron mares, one with suckling mare mule by side; d harness; One good four year old One family horse, htiKKy Two fresh milk cows, one with calf by side. Jack; Binder, one Deerini; mowiitK Machine, one Three-hors- e wheat drill, two riding Oliver Turning plows, Superior wheat drill, one two hay rakes, one Ford.son Tractor complete, which consists of two plows and double disc harrow, one cutting harrow, three horse; one smoothing harrow, one e cultivators luanuru spreader, one tobacco setter, used one season; three One UeeriiiK' one-horse ' IMPLEMENTS one-hors- double shovels and many other farming tools, bought this season. Four hundred barrels of new corn, four stacks of hay. Terms nil sums $25.00 and under cash in hand ; over that amount, bankable note, three months without interest. SPOONAMORE DANVILLE, It HESTER KENTUCKY. di'rr The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 26, 1 920 1 LOOK WHAT IS COMING It is my pleasure to announce that Mr. T. J.'Todd lias employed me as his agent to what is konwn as the E. C. McWhorter farm in Garrard County, Kentucky on the Richmond and Lancaster pike (also now called the new Federal Highway over 200 miles long) and to offer this farm in small tracts from 10 acres to 100 acres to the highest and best bidder. This sale will be conducted on sub-divid- ATTENTION e Tuesday, Sept. 14th, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. r DESCRIPTION A beautiful tract of land with long pike fvontage situated in the heart of things, the land of plenty, where any man, woman or child will be glad to spend the remainder of his days, good neighbors, good school in one corner of the farm, good churches in walking distance, store, blacksmith, mill and small village, Manse, .Ky., within 200 yards of this farm S miles from Lancaster, 3 miles from town of Paint Lick, 1 mile from county High School. The thing about this farm that will interest most people is good land. This land will produce as much as any land. Lies so tractor machinery can work over all of it. Is well watered by ponds, concrete tanks and pools. IMPROVEMENTS A two story 10 room frame residence, lighted by Delco Lighting System with automatic pumped water system, two bath rooms and running water on both' floors. Nearly new frame garage building to hold two cars, carriage house, servant house, double corn crib, large stock barn with concrete silo, wagon scales, small stock barn, large tobacco barn. The grounds surrounding this home are as pretty as can be and it is not possible to describe this proertpy in words. We will make an effort to have a photograph in next weeks advertising. The sale will-b- e conducted on the square and you will be pleased with your purchase if you buy all or part of this elegant home. We want you to call and look this over before sale date Mr. Todd at the farm will be delighted to show you and the undersigned will go any time with you to look. A E. G. WOODS, Paint Lick Ky. Conservative Kilkenny Cattle. :nr of the Some of the room In Kilkenny tlili castle are nlim-exactly ax they wore M.H f tO be Very f3llUHtlf year," scwrdlns to n trade Jmmnl. H" year aru. in n TUN slmuhl ! hav-luCack Hat Special OKU street er.trnvcler who object to blue i l their Decree mnmie of luster tliero mint tr.HH hfHHi Murk always he. hut the weakest anion); tH ,.yP.l,utrh-,l.'wl,n- . ha n gift, him ever rreinlnsly trivial, which Ik petlhir tn Mm. ntitl which, French Oimi, Tennis worthily niil. wilt he u gift. nUn. to U n French intimt wnlch In his nice TVnnl foree. John Hllnklll. century ta)ed with twelfth Itio ImrwdHirk. lull anl 11 on Drother William's Sentiment. l.ir.. uiti illMHMiMil Willi. The "1 makei ho iliMiht hut what do ' Rmclrmd In wort'll cowe ter n wid ono time or piruc hhh very the sUteenth cvntury when rorket other." said llrothcr William, "hut I ltefore first enm Into general use. nln't foe ter rav fep tt. I ha ncVer that tlx hand wni ured for haltlns. j It took tljrln" teon down here,flyan' In nniliow. I never hiu In fnvor of too lilgli.' lixrlmrne Jthn Smith Named New England. aI Tin name of New I'iicIuimI Not Gentle Cnough. Inhn Smith of I'oca-hnt- a coined by One day while eiiierlne n street car fan., mi of tho founders tt I met n hoy friend of mine, nlo RetIn 1011 he exthe, Vlrcini i would bo olltc the northern const, I ting on. Thinking he plored nm! y ) fare, I walked In NonJi Vlrftn'n. and re-- 1 rnoucli to then called A few momenta later n sent imtniil It New l.iiKiainh Tho charter I and took shoul-de- r r adopt- - I the conductor tripled me on Iho IMsrlins Fronted the nnd Mild: "Ml, yon nro no ex. el tin nnme iimiI In Smith mill' KxcluiliM' I ception." year hef"rei, It l Time. Hi CARTERSVILLE. Mus Cora ('. Hoop ha been pointed councillor to represent at the meeting of the Hoard. Mrs. Hoop entertained aplc ry "Hatpins to mulch g I tulr t'at the Minister of (he llnptut Church, Hro. Childress nnd Hro. Thelps nnd .Mr. Ward Friday. MUa Corn C. Itoop. Mr. Follx I'on. niliKton nnd llev. Mower attendcnl iuarterl conference which mot at Hebron Church All reported n nice time. Mr. nnd Mrs. ltlchnrd Aubnunn of Lexington ami Mrs. Hrown and little Mixa Viririnia Hrown of Lowell, visited the family of Mr. C. S. Koop Friday. JUDSON. Mr. C. X. Hay is very ill. Mm. I.uthcr Smith linn been quite 11. !). May-towe- erl ef v 3 WILL YOU RECOVER !o? 8 The full nmount of your YOU WILL NOT in Accordance To-da- Unlets Your Insurance Is Written With the Value of Property Value (Real and Peronal) Have Practically Doubled During the Pait Three Years. You Should Insure According To These Increased Value. Mr. Henry IJrlme is slowly Improving. .Mr. Irvin Simpson lost a vnluable horo last week. Tho little ion of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kay is quite ill. sold to Mr. Mr. James Hicks Jeses Casey a cow for $110. Mr. ami Mrs. V. M. Hlack spent Sundny with Mr. Xnnine I'.ny nnd family Mr. Slunley Foster spent Saturday nichl with Mr. Knhcrt Kay of Lancaster. "Mr. Tea Grimes of Ohio is visitlnir hw parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry (irimes. .Mr. nnd Mrs. U L. Matthews spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. HukIi Simpson spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Kobvrt Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert (Joins are rcjoicint; over the arrival of n handsome little son. wns the "fcuest Mrs. Muck (Jay Thursday of her purcuts, Mr. nnd Mr. Kobert Simpson Mrs. Curt Xuylor and little son. HAVE YOU DONE IT? THOMPSON &' ELLIOTT. At the National Bank. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. ST" SajgjpjpkptaijAaKajyaaBSaB) Thomas spent Wednesday with Mr. Nannie Kay and family. n Misses Jeitcvu and Knthcrine. spent Monday with their Grandmother, Mrs. Koto. Foster, Kay-bur- sons of Richmond. Mr. and Mr. J. L. Yanti and twu son spent n delightful day Sundny, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of I'oint Level. Mrs. C. R. Henry and two children have returned home after a vis. It of two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Forrst Ross of Madison. Mr Tom Doolin. Mr. ami Mr. Os Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rnyburn car Lewi Xo, Elmer, the public highways motored to Dripping and little daughter spent Tucsdny Springs Wednesday and were visitors were not made for your convenience nlone. Generosity concedes an inch of Mr, and .Mrs. George Snylor. wth Mr. nnd Mr. Janiei Foster. Mrs. Henry Demis who was callMr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson null to the other fellow. ed Heme by the death of her father, swns. Maitter Robert Hatson, nnd Don't kick too strenously if an acMr. W. I. Adams returned home Sat. Glenn Gorden of Lancaster were Sunquaintance is not overly courteous to ursJoy. day visitors of Mrs. Carrie Davidson. you. He may be giving you the inme Missel Kmma and Ullian Fierce, brand you handed him. buella Doolin and Mr. Herbert Doolin GUY. of Hrynntsville spent the past week There U a man in this town who eml with Mcsdumcs Tom Doolin and U wise in the way of the world, anil Mlt I'cnrl Cummin wns a visitor Oscar Lewis. yet I; convinced that he knows but Mnt!ay of Mrs. I).vo Cummtas. Mr. and Mr. Ruben Prattler have little. Perhaps you aru he. Master Hersahol Ynntti ha been returned from Somerset nnd the with a Mvore sick the past week Cur for Seaslckneu. many friends of Mr. lYnthor will be cold. Stufflnc the ear with llRlit cause b delighted to know that she is improvn new cure for easlekin-- . visltdl Mrs. Ollie (Sraham ing in health. C. K. Ilcnrj' Milton Ward and Mis Nettie Oldham of Richmond Childish Reasoning. Monday. who has been the efficient assistant Kllzntieth'k mother died three years Mr. and Mr. Charlie TuttW wre teacher for the past seven week had aci. Recently her father aNo parse.) Sunday viitrs of Mr. and Mrs. J. to leave us Friday on account of an.v, linWns Kllzahelli V. Foley. She heryschool beginning in Richmond, Iho eldest or thre. little tirl. win placed In a girl' school. Mrs. Kobert Yater nnd Miss Carrie Aug. 30th. While in our midst, .Mf hew Voter were Vedne?dny visitors of Oldham made many friends and as she was ledins the sifter of her misMiss Lucy Turner. she was a splendid teacher,1 her de- fortune. "(nnl needed them," um the sn.Ty consolation. To which parture was greatly deplored by the sister' d Master Gilbert Lac West, of Lizzie ".Maybe h did, hut week of his pupils and patrons. wnx the cuest last 1 think m k '!. tin In Aunt, Mrs. Kobert Layton. Mr. Win. Ilcnzley nnd son James tfwnt the past week building n tobaciV t co bam for Mr. J. I.. Vantii. Just received a car load of Poynter M Mt. Mr. nnd Mr. John nen have returned home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Green I'oynter. Little Mis Ruth White has returned home after spending a week with her aunt, Mr. and Mr. Miley Heaxlcy. and Mr. nnd Mr. Tom Yanti daughter Miss Alice spent Monday with Mr. and Mr. W. S. Kmbry of Lancaster. Mis Lucy Joe Marsce has returned home, after an enjoyable visit with Mr. and Mr. Mack Turner of Marksbury. Mesdume Milton Ward and C. R. Henry and children visited Mr. William Clark of the Lexington road Better get your Fence for Fall while you can. It Thursday. will be scarce and hard to get. Mr. Ilascom I'elphrcy had for her guests Wednesday Mr. Carrie David-to- n and Mrs. '.. T. Rice and two Our price will be right. Mes-daw- ei Rich-mnn- or" American Wire Fence k GO. LOGSDON PAINT LICK, KY. 4 ThQ Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Aug 26, 1920 BREEDING MALE Rs.ntssr Hssrfs FOK-SAI.. IUI8 Model Ford fiklit Silt I will on OF IMPORTANCE Cockerels Can Be Bought More Advantageously NovV Than Later In Season. SEEK HIGH EGG PRODUCTION Our good colored friend. William Anderson, better known ns Hill Kel- Icy, wishes in to say that hl brother, Torch Anderson, who has litcd from , nw here or over lfty years, itiriar htm on the Lexington pike near Mnrkshury lssWWIQtXli3XX,llilssa ,unnl0Utt new)). ,,ntntil. new tires 'nnd tube. J. L Klkln, Junction City, Ky. SAI.K:-lnternnt- onnl Truck, II. C. Hailey. .ou.o, WANTKI):-C- ar hogs, weighing pounds, ( If I IhHiB W load of stock to & Classified Column RATF.Si from V.A. 7ft 125 Co, I.ear 20 2t.) Flock Aver.iye of ISO to 160 Eggs a Year I Eseellent Tracnest Record of Mother Should Always Oe Insisted On. Tuesday, September 7th at ten o'clock, at my place where Philip Joseph now lives, same being one mile West of Marksbury's store in Garrard County. Sell to the highest lnlt bidder the following Live stock, Crop, etc: One team of good mare mules, three to five years old, good worker; one yearling mule; one mare and 'colt one three year old good work horse; ten head of good milk cows, all have calves at side; six head of butcher good ewes; cattle; one Extra Hereford bull, one year old; thirty-fiv- e and one buck; three sows and ten head of shoats. Twelve tons of good mixed hay; fourteen acres of corn to be sold by the barrel in field; three acres of tobacco to be sold in the barn; forty or fifty bushels of potatoes at digging time. One Olds Auto, five passenger touring car in good condition, bought e wagon and harness; one Moyer rubin April of this year, one ber tire buggy and harness; two Vulcan turning plows; Brown Manly riding cultivator; one brand new cutting harrow, good as new, only used one week; lot of other tools, gear etc. One good Malable steel range good as new and other household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. two-hors- STAR ROUTE. A. T. Scott, Saela Mrs. Bettie Hill. Paradox. ten-thirt- y lrogrelve iMiiillrjnien are already looking forward to the mating of their t'ovkerels whhh dork next spring, bate tieen hatched this spring are tiott iivalliihte for sale mi mnny farms They tony le iMlinht for breeder. more cheaply now than the) can he A breeding male that late this fall will ctiiinn.ind from " In fill In No ember may be purchased nou for about V. Head of Breeding Flock. In purchasing n kef els one should that :lli exact pedigree be glten ays o. W. mi delivery of the bird. llurte) of the FnUerltv of .Mlsomrt enllese of acrleulture. It Is Mleted that the mule bird l more luiMirtnt Ihiill the female In transmitting the t (biirarter of high eirg production all male birds transmit the thsra ier. eggs nnlliiiirth. a tun which U) or more tltirltiic the whiter euoii of Jailliar) BMtl Notemlier. IVeemher nppfiiflMstelv 'Jim I'ebruary. wI1I-ieggs ii )ear. Of course, some eiiv Iron-m- t ntal fiietor. such as it late spring, er. which wt- - ti:tve been hating thl may affect the summer laying cjcle, ami thus rtslliee the prottui'tlon of the !. even though hell to a flgure the whiter cycle has been .T' eggs or more The 'net remain, heterthe-lthat with our present kimtsiedge of bri'tilliig txiillr"fnr egg prodin-tlotK'kerels from hens that hate exhlli-Itti- l thl .S egg production ilunng the winter laying cycle are the ones tu buy to hen the breeding tlix k. Secure Trjpnctt Record. It I hut a mall proiHirtlou of the lliM-that lays list egg or more dor lug the tear The day of the 'Jul egg flock has 'lot Jet been nttalUeil, s must not be misled by that have been apenrlug In the poultry paiN'rs by large fanciers ofTerlng bird fur ssle whlih have exceptional fancy jxilnts and at the same to be from a 'JtsVegg tltre are e I'oiil-tryineadter-tlsement- acre farm .1 miles east of otf Itlrhmond pike one-ha- lf mile. .10 acres of this land ha charged. column hern n hlurgratt pasture between (SO Seven Iniertlons for the nnd 70 years. The best of land for price of live. any thing that grows. Will rent for Phone orders mutt be paid year of 1'J'JI, or leaie for a term of promptly. years. Would he glad to hear from "No buildings on place. Price for lt)2l lir.OO cnih, or for ft yeat Irate f jr., 01)0, rath, balance 1 and Five Tassenucr Ford FOIt SAI.K 2 year payments at ft per ct Interett." condition. rnr in lirst class running (S. Y. Conn. S W. II. Durham. nnyone interested. pd. 211 N. Carey .St. Baltimore Mil. For Sale: Three year old work horse. Well broke to work anywhere Ohio & Herring lllanki, Hubble, Ky. My CO Single intertions Ic n word No ad taken for leis than -- Oc in this column. No ads in this For Rent or Lease. lincastrr. one-hal- lD-:- FOIt SAI.K: Two m witlnut beds and n dining-roooM-tim- e cherry table Ky. Indiana Farms For Sale. at .t bargain. Wallace Neeley. Ijtncaster, STIIAYKD From my place about August Sth a pale rril cow. tins two months old calf at home. Phone HrynnUville. Mr. Harr McKechnie 0-- WANTKI):--T- o rent n farm for the year 1USI. Cash ar crop rent. O. (J. Mclleath.Danvllle. Ky 7.2a-6t- . pd. Phone SllOd. Iluy a farm in Ohio's best county "Darke," with thirteen hundred miles of pike roadi. Assessed valuation of Darke County it eighty-sevemillion dollars. The entire county Is blue grass land, mostly Mark tile drained land. Fine for tobacco, corn, wheat, oats, clover and alfalfa. No better country for dairing and hog raising Write for free price Hit of Ohio nnd Indiana farms, Can suit you In any sue. price or location desired, Johnson & Ilraty, (irrenville. Ohio. H.2C It n FOUND--O- n pike an lUchmend automobile rim tire and tube. Owner ran have same by proving property and paying for this notice Phone It. II. Ward, Paint Kick. 13-1- mntum tml STKAYKI): A hog came to my Creek, about a place nt (illbcrls month ago. Owner may have same by paying for keeping and advertls Ing. It. Oeorge pd. Ulch, Phone 30'.l(,, Httfwkiim, Ywo't r Hmr Bath It CwnlH, Try7M st ssm twh SI 1UUAT t1to STORMES DRUG STORE. rrtM onht trrttmrati f.iUO, Hwil'l 5l ... r, W.wl Ih, nmnwr back um I tu iMut 4 IS. oe.Mtwl i Ttttrr, Vinw, Itta, ftr Wnm, diftrmf S1 I I f 1, v4 tnl 1 LANCASTER, KY. Auct, Lancaster, Ky. Imperii. Appreciated Lover's Tribute. When Jenny I.lnd was lu Vleiinn, years ago, u lover lenrmil millinery am' tlorlstry so that he might wv In her hat dally three red rose, ns a trll-u- tf to her art. He might have sent hti.e baskets to her (iter the footlights. Hut his method was more delicate and Jenny I.lnd was plened. I'rlnces Mettenilch, too, li.il to wear flowers In her hat, according to n prominent florist, who trimmed exotic millinery for her dally. Mankinds' Wejtefulnes. Macquarle Island, xnislit by Sir Oouglas Mawsou as n unuctiiiiry for the Antarctic fauna. I nearly 400 quart- - miles In area. miles from Tnamuiila, In latitude .Vi degrees I'ftigulns of various siiecle, south. sea elephants nud cnl eslt here In numbers, but nre being ruthlessly slaughtered for their oil. A flightless parrot, living on the Island when It was dlscmeml In so. hu been by cats turned loose and allotted to run wild. STIIAYKD: -- To my place on the Crab Orchard and Uincattrr pike, August 18th., grey mare mule by paying Owner nrn have same charges and this advertisement . II. Sutton, Crab Orchard, II, 2 For Up-To-D- ite Matherson surprised tils friends at the cluh one evening by rising to leave much earlier than utial. "Why this hastef said one of his friends. "The Natural Adaptation. night Is still young." "I know," replied ISrltlsh mlnorescue Investigators Matherson: "but I promised my wife hmxe made the curious discovery that to be home by tonight and If while the average man Is stimulated I mint the last train I shall catch It I" 1'jr the oxygen of their apparatus, no effect on miners Is apparent. It Is Rival Odors. suggested that lone work In n close at If you feel that you are extierlencln; umsphere has given the lung such full hard luck, think of the Oregon man use of the available oxygen that tin ex who recently completed n comfortable reus has no Inlluenre. roe cottage on the seashore, when the sail sen waves washed up a dead whale In front of his home, and now Plerelno tht Veld. "Ol was In a uilnln' cntnp wnnst." he'a decided that It will be chenjer to said tie old Irish prospector, "when move Uie cottage than the whale. wan o these here mlntnl science fel- Hostim Transcript. lers blew In, an' he claimed he cud till , Fashion Traced to Moreau. ye how much money ye hnd In yer The nick In a cout bus been n pint-tipocket by look In" In jer eye. He tried to many. It Is said to date back It on me. bill, be Jnbers, 01 hud the dcadwood on him. fer 01 had nutliln' In to the time of Napoleon. A general named Moreau had many followers, me pocket." New York I'ost. hut they were afraid to openly express sympathy with him. It was therefore First Um of Water Colors. put Water colors were practically un- agreed to sign. n nick on their coata us The letter M can be known In Kurope until the eighteenth a secret century, utid they were until only n a seen In the laxd representing the lul- vehicle In art. Fresco paintings were tlal letter of the general's mime. a natural outgrowth of their use. Wa-tEnthusiasm Wins. colors were employed by the arThe great deeds of the world, the tist In decorating mnny famous buildings. They took the plucu of oil co- triumphs of the ran, hate not hern accomplished by men who were conlor,! tent merely to hold their otn or "Just to get along," but by men who were a Cipher. Philosophy of tilled with to dominated by their Consider the cipher. It amounts an otermasterlng which nothing In Itself, but when put at work swept everything enthusiasma mounbefore It as with others behind n good strong fig- tain torrent sweep aside or overleaps ure It add wonderfully to the vnluo every obstacle Hint would bar Its progof the group. Hut If u cipher put on ress, lu Its mini rush to the sen. New airs and ft out In front of the pro- Success. cession, It becomes valueless again. Men mlithl lake it lesson and learn Utilizing Pea.Pod Fiber. that their valuo lust only as long as The liber of Is separated they stay on thu Job. for InduMrlul ue In u process covered by ii recent patent. The outer Ancients Ustd Wlrs Rope. In Kgypt thick beaten wire waa layer Is dissolved nway by fennenta. made Into chains as fur bark as the tlon or by treatment with hot water second dynasty, 5'JUu It. C. ; utid links or steam, the Inner flhrous lu)er bedoubted n ml looped through one an- ing left In ii form dnpted for spinning or utilization In other ways. The tit the sixth dynasty, other solution of the outer layer, containcom4'JOO II. C. Yet chains were monly used until touch later. The ing sugar, la not neeessarlljr a waste, Cauls excelled In Ut'h work, us they as It run bu made to serve some such lissd chain cables and rigging In place purMies as preparing marmalade. of rope to resist the Atlantic gules. Ore amlng of Letters. To dream of writing letters to your Mount McKlnlty Sinking. Mount MrKlnley, the Oregon moun- friends Is a sign of coining good uews; tain, l.s sinking with the weight of to dream of receiving letters from Indicates some tittle misforages. Within the last several years, friend when the peak shrugged Its rocky tune to be followed by great happimeans shoulders lu earthquakes, the loftiest ness. To study some pleasurable enjoyment In store. d mountain In North America has at least 5 feet from Its original To see a letter carrier denotes newa altitude of 20,400 feet. Such waa the from some absent one; If his uniform assertion of llerschel (' I'arker, geolo- la complete the news will lie good; gist and mining engineer, who tlrst If Incomplete, It will be disappointing. Chicago Herald and Kxamlner. era led Mount MrKlnley In IUfi er er About 000,000 ions of nitrate of sod sre Imported to the United HUtat from Chile annually. 77 'eVBBSBBfe SSI FOIt SAI.K: Fine Juicy Klbertt and Hule peaches, freestonrs, best for canning and preserving, sprayed-fre- e from worms and defect. Will be shipped by expresj direct to you from orchard at Conway, For prices and particulars, write to R. C. Hoggs, Richmond, Ky, Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Please Call And Settle. High Producing Whit Leghorns. In order to wind up the partnership between J. F. Holtzclaw and Son, I, J. F. Holtzclaw, at adminiitrator of Ira J. Holtzclaw, request ull those to the Unit of J. F. Ilolticlaw and Son, prior to August 1st, 1020, to please come nnd settle their accounts. J. F. Holtzclaw, Administrator. I 9.3 U 8-- Tin Work SEE OR PHONE ls vt pure, Stlnglnesi. In her new farm linim- - Her nearest neighbor was a mllllniinlre'K sou. trjlng practical farming on a well.linprotetl farm, lie had a large peach orchard. Mini fruit He brought in and beautiful one day mid two eaches two the next day. Neighbor women offered' tu put up his berries on shares, but as 'lie wns afraid they would he getting the best of the burgalii. hn let the fruit dry up on the vines. ExPronounced I was inning n friend res ne. change. s upiH-are- d ut Put Romance Before Truth. Inaccuracies In history and anecdotes with no foundation of fuct may be blutued on some of the older historians. The men who llrst wrote of Colonial and Iteotutlonnry times often tried to make their accounts romantic and picturesque by revMng history to suit themselves, because they did not 'rosee that the real fucta'were-mor- e mantic than their embellishment could make them. Our histories, paintings and traditions are still by their work. liitlu-euced strain. A flock average of l.MI In lt eggs it jear Is excellent production. Of course then' are exceptional hull vlduals In every Hock, Approximately ten ier cent of the White leghorn pullets on the I'nlverxlty of Missouri IMiultry farm show a trapnest rerun I of more than '.is) egg a enr. It Is this Miiall proportion of the Ibx'k that I CockerIImhI In pctllgrit' breeding. els from this selected number are the ones that nre Mleted to transmit the diameter of high egg pntductlon. If the fanner buys a cockend without se, curing n tmptieM reconl of Its nmth pntducUon he hn er's pullet-yea- r belli no nieuus whtteter of knowing or the bird inn tmusilllt the ilblllty pnMluctlou during the for ii .til, winter season. In other wonls, duughterH, or whether he will transmit nu ability for producing no eggs at all during the winter season when eggs nr highest III price. A tmpticitt ncon! which shows that the mother of the cockerel has laid '.VI eggs from November to March inclu-sitshould ulways be liislst.il umiii when purchasing new male birds for breeding. To buy on any other basis I a vry uncertain priK'cdure. mid the liiauces are less than half for Increasing, even In a small degnt). the general Hock average. P,B,Williams&Co l.aneatter, Ky, Quick Service and Good Work 'g WMdi? 950 for Painting or ias-eg- g Reptdring $500 for m SOME ESSENTIALS FOR PIGS Important That Porkers Be Provided With Shade, Fresh Water and Abundant Pasture. This Is the season of the jear whi-pig should have lot of good water, hade and pasture, says It. V. Clark, if the OloMdo Agricultural College. pnitlde The farmer who doe not 'be things uetil not blame the Mrk e- -s next fall when he sells til (xirk n A 1000 per cent Investment That's the way to look at (Minting tw nn invtatnu-nt- , not an cxjicu.se. Uaik nround you at tin; houses Ruing to rack and ruin. What ii doing it? V s wiuthrr. IVrc i;t only one defenae uptnst weather and that is fni. Hut (Mint, like weather, is of many ktnuc. IJewaro of the fair weather paint. It does not piotec, it only deceives. Buy a point that has proved its staying power. mnuV .. i belles-letter- s sub-aide- Then and Now. Women lu the home used to be ishauied to sit down; there seemed to e a virtue lu wearing themselves otit I The housekeeper who saved herself, hu did not dust every few moments, icrub ou her bsnds and knees aad do luch tasks, was called Isty. The belief now la that the most Intelligent bousekeeper, the one who studies ev-r- y new Invention and saves every itep and motion,' la the Boat roasdes-ttou- s and sensible one. Hit down to vegetable parlag and all tasks where It Is practicable. er. It r!?!!'intaUl?f HaM 'ff'apr,itectw,wrty.your ftftyff1' "! " armor in wren II9? ca has s r sssssjsAjnia The way aoroe farmer handle their pigs during the gnlug season they would ueutl a dollar a pound to break even. A little grain sloug wlUi pasture will secure good result and It should be provided by all uieaa. aveJ to an U wrsstl too a nr Iks IlUlUllNsr sad also add Uauty $M claaaSl istin Lumber Co. Section One THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 26. 1920. Eight Pagei TiunTr:rmsT ykar NUMBER 13. 3EU) Candle Your Eggs denr IMilor. have reached this board of the State that the regulation Hoard of Health ui regard to the randlmi; nf egir from Mny lfith. to Jntiuury 1Mb of each year arc not My Rubber Tire Complaint eatimateil in 1017 that 10,- 0' 5,000 rae nf rgga were lost ax food due to rotting; nnd improper Perfect substihandling. Thl meant n financial tute for air. The lo of over J 100.000.000. rnnitllng of egg liy buyer nnd ship USE NO INNER TUBE. per will force them on the mnrkvt while freah and prevent the ahipping Is being used throughout the United States reduce of rotten egg nnd greatly and more than 30 forcigncountrics on more thl Ion. Th regulation to iniure thl cnml-linthan 200,000 cars. ran he condensed a follow: Writu for lisrriptive circular or call mill tee it nt Cnnille nil egg bought or nold be tween tha dates of May loth ami Jnn- uary 1.1th of each year, County .Merchant, Farmer, Hucksters ami Shipper, can easily LANCASTER. KY. nnd cheaply rave egg and money by selling them white fresh nnd obierv-In- g n the rule tlint require an egg candling certificate in every cnic of The Arrival. egg put on the market. Mark Twain' Dir. Threate. The lisby A n protest against thn Iluyeni of egg Wtim Murk Twain wrntn "llurkli". Candle all egg nt 1 bring didn't nigh cost f rlfithlne, tMMined till. IntrodUC l.rr I'llm" time of purchase. Pay only for good anything nt all ) ttoti ; "IVrmiii attempting to find edible egg; returning the hnd ones luotlTp in tin nnrraiive win or to producer. Keep statement of pur Naarly All WaUr. attempting to tllnt a OJtrJi person cnimlut of ix chases showing number of good und Muhmoin cix-rallIH In- - banished; perona moral lu II 111 wniir. but tlxr hnd egg in each lot. Put candling attempting H find plot In It will fx rxr cent In iiHire miirltl'liareionlnln: than lirc.nl. certificate in each egg case. HTCtit shot." MUpper of egg hhlp egg n Many Will Not Delltv It soon a possible. Origin of Coal. Sec that all eggs A Iloton tnlnllfr Hint worn. shipped a.T After mi exhaiiMUe Mudy i)f num. have candling certificate in n are Ibe beat acrountulita. Till I her i( coal aesin. Jatne lmat rim. case. nrlAt Iknnl on the men a fur all the expeelude Hint nltnoftt all had thlr Receiver and Ilroker Itefus to rience they bare bail In areountlnc In vccrtnble mutter deposited on ll? accept any case of eggs thnt does not ot. the owl ultenv twine fnnniit for ttieui"e the neit mnnilns. St. tul contain a properly signed nnd dated by the dropping of lene. twig, bnrk candling certificate. ami fruit". In the h.jM of 'cvds nnd At present the inspectors of the Open Bribery. fructiferous cone mainly from lars Federal und State Food Departments Jnne Imil Jnt mihihi'H.-i-tree. ami the t.nflu r a.knl Idt u iiHiliti are making inspections of shipment Hdleh Ik- - a nimble In of eggs; nnd violutors of the Federal In number "The Mule." ti Ilelng told to write ii brief eny on aner She wlket up In lb in interstate shipments and of "If ymi ier nud mIiI, In ii low Milre: "Tin Mill.'' Howard turned Into hi Tin won't ok me l bat I'll cite )ou ome the Hoard of Health rulings in inter teacher (tie following effort: state shipments, will he prosecuted, mewl I n linnltrr Mnl limn the cuu of my anlinnl eracker." A copy of tills letter is being mail or the tinkle. It ha two leg to wnlk ed to every prosecuting attorney in wltli. two mom lo Lick with, nml Content With Little. wears It wing on tin side nf It limit. "It aeeroa to tne," nhl Marthe, with this state with the request that pros It la stubbornly liarkwnril about com-In- (be nUdoui that the tlmple In heart ecution he instituted in every case of forward." aciiulro with pain and tnnnll. "that In violation of the law. thl world n wotnan'a only chance of The use of any parts of this letter Tactful YounQttcr. happlneai I If kIii-- loea. Urine loved in new or editorial comment will Sliilli'T bought n U nf candy, lint doesn't maka her o. . . , Uive'a Itrently aid this Hoard in furthering It wa nearly dinner time mi would a Are. o It inimt have fuel to keep It work of procuring for the people not cUe nuy to Sonny. While waltliu alleht, hut a woman's fire needa very its Kentucky for tlit dinner bell to rluz Sonny said: little, a much needed and M rather n tonl thltu of nnd that Mother "Maiuum, Irt's plajr utote " wholesome food supply. perhap, for he nldoin ceti much." was willing, so Hit rttlltl etit nn with Respectfully, Journey Home," by Sybil l.eth bli came of make hrllete. Sab! he: "The A. I. McCorniaek, brldce. "Thl room will he tt raii'ly More. State Health UlTiccr, Tou be the cleric ami I'll lie buying, Screw la Modern Invention. Sarah H. Vance, but, nil, mamma, let' have real candy V Shear wer Invented In AW It. 0, Director, Hureau of Food, Drug and the "nufTer" referral to In Kiodu Hotel. Sea Serpent. Numerous. serpents, havlns been merely n amall kntfe with There an plenty of a pair of tweezera to trim tho wlckn anil n f all snake they an the most of lamp, with n point to part Is the venomous. In tropical water they an atranda. (Irrrk In The arrew uai In one of our large cities there Is In the Invatly numerous, especially iventlon. and prcully ued by the Ito a manufacturer who employs numerdian ocenn. where they aw often seen mana nn n meant of producing mo- ous traveling lltrrally by hundreds, swimming at llm tion. CVnturiea men who penetrate pael. however, surface of the wuter. They are alx the nut and acrcw, for faatenlne, every' nook and corner of the country. to debt feet lone. very nrrcr nml will waa Invented. The common acrew These men are instructed, in addition roininonly attack liuiiinti Hirlr yran neo. to the sale of goods, to keep their nrp flat, ami atniott wholly tlllvtl rame Into uae lea than boillr. fingers constantly upon the pulse of by tint lung. the people and report to the home Anne Boleyn'a Clock. The welehta of n clock at U'lndxor olfice. Unplaatant Dtdfillow. This manufacturer is firmly of the cuttle bear on llirm "The llot In California nml n tlie ataki'4 and the clm-la further In. opinion thnt the country has about plnlna In 'IVaaa wbrn lit nlcbw nr cold. It I (be rnttlranake'it cuntnm In ariibeil with the motto, "Uleu ct niwi recovered from its delirium of com en- crawl bctuewi n travrler'a blankrta droit," and tho letter "II. A niercinl nnd financial insanity and Is knot, Thl ex-- I on the return to normal conditions and hiiiiskIc up clour to hltn till morn. twined In clock--onl- y qutaltely-mndfour Incite Inc. NumU'rs nf tlu-iart ktlliil In nnd stability. camp every year by obllern raiupalcn deep and ten Inche bleb wna a elft The public has ceased to buy with from Henry VIII to Anne lloleyn on Ins In tliat section; but a tlu rattt nakra aWdom ntmo hnpllallty by her wedding dny. It wit lu the po. such extravagant abandon, confining araalon of liorncu VnlHile. und (jueen itself to the purchase of such article ftrvr arcldputa bap bltlnar tint Victoria paid J.V1I for It when the as are legitimately required. kii. Still, tlioro nr mrn wbo, nln-tent of Strawberry lllll were old In out on n lianl march, prffcr to alot-This has curtailed the demand, IS 12. alone. with the result that thousands of em ployees have laid otf, and others will It wn g FILLER hemi; nliM-rvei- ington were here this week visiting! Mr. und Mrs. Allen Teater nnd Mr. Mr. Frank Ijind Is better at this nnd Mr. Jocsiah McCulley. writing. Mr. and Mrs. Klijnh McMillian nnd .Ml Lillian A. Daily on the soff, and Mi Tineluc Gillcam spent idek list n few days last week. the week end in Mercer county with Mr. Homer Cormnn is visiting Mr. Mr. and Mr fhill McMillian. nnd Mr Andrew Stott this week. Mr. Homer Itny visited relatives MR. DALTON COMES TO THE in the Mt Hebron section Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Moe liny were visitFRONT. ors of Mr. mnl Mr. Unty Kay Tuea-laWOLF TRAIL. k y, Little Dan Cupid t hovering around contlnunlly, whispering sweet things into willing enn, but withhold-in- g the shaft thut is tipped with the essence of matrimonial felicity. Slackers? We don't believe it. So young man on earth could,falt to fall for the chnrms of our young womanhood. Finance? Not n bit of it. What young fellow of spirit would admit hi ability to keep a wife? What, then, is the reason? Pcrhnps Cupid know we don't. Dressmaker Dressee Employee. Once a year one of tho greatest of Parisian dremnkers let each of tha women In his employ chtise n gown from hi stuck, nnd ha It mado up according to her directions. Could She Carry Them? While I wn putting my lint and mat on my little boy nke! me where I wn going nml I told him that I was going to get sent for the circus. lit said. "Mnmmu, can you carry them?" Kxchnnee. Chanc Net to Ba Mlastd. Willie' first visit to the country, and after going with his uncla to feed the stock In the barn, h ran hack to the hnue. houtlng: "Oh mamma, come quick! I'ncle Jim has a whole clrcti In hi burn, and he la going to feed the animal!" SANDERS VARIETY STORE irinrii I'lob-lMnorr- Miss Maud Davis was the guest of Tells His Friends and Neighbors: of Hit Mr .and .Mrs. Wm. Davis Saturday Experience, night. Kvory resident should Mr. John Dalley recently bought n read what Mr IXilton says, and follow sow and pig from Nelons Warren hi example. Ho bu urnxl Doun'4 Kidney I'M and spooks from uxpcrl-mien- . price $i'0. Is then any need to expert-min- t Mr, Jese Casey purchased a cow with Imitations or untrlod kidfrom Mr. James Hicks last week, ney mndlclnns? price $1 -J. W. Dalton, farmor. Crnb Orchard Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Murphy spent St, IJincastor, .iya; "Somo tlmo no Snturduy night with Mr. and Mrs. I ha-- tniublo with my kidneys, My Itack ached and waa aoro and In mo and John Dalley. my kidneys wero Irregular In notion. Mr Hob Davis of Jessamine wax I houRht Doan's Kldnoy Pills at it. K. with Mr. and Mr. Frank Ijind one MclUibert'ii Sona Dnu? 8 torn and iwod duy Int week. thorn. The hocknehn left mo and my Mr. Abe Hurton was the guest of kidney wern soon put In good order. I her mother. .Mrs Iiyton Saturday havo hnd no return of thn troublo." l'rlco 60c, nt all dealer. Don't night and Sunday, simply nk for a kidney remudy-s- et Mr. Kliner Kay spent the night Sat- Doan's Kidney Pill tha same that urday with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mr. Dalton hail. Koter-MllburCo., Teater und family. Mfw, Iluffnlo. ,V. Y. Mrs. Klijnh McMillian spent the dny Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kay. Mr. and Mr. Fred Howard and children spent the week end with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Moherley. This paper is not a matchmaker, Mr, ami Mr. Joe Kay and children hut we nre firmly of the opinion that were week end visitors of .Mr. nnd the chimes of wedding bells should he heard more frequently in this comMrs. Wulter Fain of ilryantsville. '. 1 It wa What's The Matter Anyway? The Fourth Olmenslon. Tin fourth dlmenlon Is merely a peculation. mnthemntlriil It I assumed to be the property of matter that should be to nlld as solid are to plane. Mathematical Investigation are made on the assumption of sn Indefinite number of dimension. -- I g Mr. S. N. Morford motored over munity. We are signally blessed with young from Xicholusvilte recently and the farm of Mr. Henry Teater Indies of beauty, refinement and culture. There nre none to compare for $l,000. with them elsewhere. Mesdames Andrew nnd Uttis Stott Our young men nre energetic, Homer Cormon und Abe Ilolton were brainy, nnd full of ability and pep. entertained Saturday by Mrs. Kverett Then, too, we have some delight(Irow of Huckeye. ful old bachelors who ought to be Mr. Mose Kay and family, Mr. Jess ashamed of themselves for drifting Casey and family attended the funer- through life without the charm of al of Mr Kulas Kains Saturday after- womanhood. noon nt Lancaster. What's the matter with this town, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bogie of Lex- - anyway? pur-chaf- Pacullar Fish. Very common In the mud flat at tha mouth of rivers In tropical Africa. Asia and northwest Australia are tha tuudsklpper. or Jumping gobies, which leap about quickly, using their tall and the strong haae of their fora fins as n ort of Instrument. Sometimes they rct on a stone with their tall In the water, a they nre able to breathe by their tall fin n well a by their gills I Sometimes they sit perched high and dry on the roots of the mongruvo trees, looking round and round with their strangely protruded, eyes, mobile which are close toeether on tha top of the head. double-hopping EVERY DAY Ii BARGAIN DAY w Sanity Returning he-fo- AT SCOTTS Bia STORE OTHERS ADVERTISE 15 DAY SALES, WE HAVE :. ." 365 SALES DAYS truo-lover- u e ' alfi-pi-- 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 adveVtisees 15 Day Sales. Come and get our prices and be convinced. We can save you money on DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, HARDWARE, TINWARE AND GROCERIES. We have about 100 PAIR of MENS and LADIES SHOES and SLIPPERS that we will sell at ONE HALF PRICE and every pair of SHOES in our entire stock is 25 per cent cheaper than the cheapest sale prices. We are headquarters for Paris Green, Fruit Jars, Extra Tops and Rubbers for same. Our prices are right at all times on every item. We have neither Mama nor Dad to pay, but we have bills to pay. Come and see us, you will get a fair deal. Yours for business, E Some Will Say We have a FLOUR As Good follow. Most of these men money ns easily as it und It is only n question they will be forced to as Glen Lily employment nt tion. This, thinks the manufacturer, marks the beginning of n downward trend in the cost of labor, with n con. sequent decline in the price of the finished products. He thinks the decline will be slow nnd gradual in all lines, but effective, and he doe not look far u panic or any oilier great disturbance of our commercial nnd financial systems. Sounds rcusoimble, and we hope it is true. their earned. of time when accept other reduced compensa was spent and just as cheap or cheaper, but test and taste will not confirm the assertion. v .After yoti awiys Uk gATONIC Garrard Milling Company lajlllllf. Ma THE JI rtlaaam hariM. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. R. E. MsROaUlTS, A. T. UsMMtw, Big Store Scott & Son, Props. K. t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., ThursdayKAug 26, 920 1 SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th A BIG DAY IN LANCASTER AN ALL DAY SALE REAL ESTATE i IN ! AN ALL DAY SALE FreeDinnei -- BrassBand Money and Presents Given Away. LANCASTER AND SUBURBS Free Dinner -- Br assBaitH Money and Presents Given Away. AT 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-DER porches hot water furnace, electric 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. ModeVn 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. Some of you business men who have been renting get busy. Some of you who have been loahing 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 feot. 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 10 room dwelling. 2 stories, 2 halls, 2 THE TOMLINSON LOT, ON Public Square and corner of Lexington St. Lof fronts on Public Square 45 feet, on Lexington Street 40 feet. This is the best lot for a business house in Lancaster. No. 1 . NO. 5. ANOTHER SPLENDID 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, modem 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 duelling, 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 V live and a splendid home. Be sure to examine this one carefully. Here is a bargain for somebody. NO. 7. TWO HOUSES AND LOTS for Dr. Printus Walker, both located on Campbell Street. One a lot 42x210 feet, with (i 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. -- 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 Laneast6r. On the South side of Richmond Street. The property of Mrs. Lula C. Johnson. On a splendid 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 too 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. W. Speake. IS'-- acres, one mile- - from the City limits on New Danvile pike. A brand new six room wo 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 ohance 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. Band 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 SWINEBROAD, MAIN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 26, 920 1 3 Adjustmetrttms SlLVlKTOWN M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST RAISE FEED RJRLIVE STOCK Office over Tha Garrard Bank. Second In Importance Only to That Phonal Offica 5. Rnidrnca 370. of Producing Food Necessary LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. for Uis by Family. poooMiUs Fabric Tiius booQMiUs Coaof MM AO AHafx3 SaVm SSBtSaant :7aaaaaawaaaftaBVi mm J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, -- J KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office llourt 8 lo 12 and I to 5 p.m. Tin' prodnctlmi of tiimigii fiti for f.tlillly e Moek. work atorfc. ntrt i nn nii-m stock in Hi iptIiiiiiv only in prodnrtng fowl fur fie family, In tlx optatnii of the linn-ti- l .stiiiin ilcKirtinHit of Hirleulture, rwrtii titaMacemetlt Hwllwi In tin it i,..rri Mutes Isnllcntf that th.. ir"t)aW funns not only prodtire lit rtetcmary farm n hut ! nf them l ell. mul that th fife ll ll -l mt mr-pin- fel J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Oilier Ovrr National Hank. Iteiidcnee I'hone 3. Olllee I'honc 27 LANCASTER.' KY. la Hawaii) rf better UHlllj HWl' on lb farm inlurl,2 :i than mi tuna where ataple ' I. are mneUi. The farta are i lf mt in h rt- - f HI int '.inniilnir. iiy tin. ilrpirtnwiit of ngrl-tiiiur- i' i hi4lii-- r mw imii a f.irin l being oMcteMtlr MaHN(il. Tlw atemgo fnriH family, mail up or rte adult nw.iina or their etiiha-fwn- . - i. tt. r imtlr ir r."tttlre M. J. PATRICK. OesntlMU Kentucky 2 iHg fr in It foul irwr maltttt-nam- i I Paint Lick. Dr. Printus Call. Amw.r.d Ni-- Walker VETERINARIAN. b poultry for well nitMit 'txHi or hi eitrtv ii i FliunWI be lasmsatt rUc rfiUre turn emr rvntli.n: the agf ttt 3 yearn. TW family live l'n-fMill reJtre it la rolrHlali'-l-. ) tun of ttmi mid eob iael, 1ft I "u,.l ttt coltoiixwl Hial. 9ft IhcImH. of . .rn. HI ImmIh4k oT iMtK hii), ill") aHUMW n.iii,.. Mf nf ait liny, IJtin latHMl. of mm ami 1 fr furtMaUUMajit. himI - :tt r.nl c 1 la nMKkMK, Promptly Dar rimn 317 " ' "IHltaMit. for viirk i .u- nnl crwn ner-5 S fomow frni 2 f patwrt or A i - fair imivWiw h k la i7) ai. tltlr GoodrichTire BEST h Ixmti IN THE LONG RUN to-da- y I ' 'IC i.r?. 'I KX - i ' .' of forn. ' of ' Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. OSpiy iBBaBaBaBaBaaaBBaBaBaBBE1 John M. McRobcrts. f aalaMaBHaP?WV' .rV..i Though Goodrich Tires are deliverizig tires, they far greater mileage than pre-wa- r cost 15 to xo less than in 1910. SOLD BY . HASELDEN BROS.. GARAGE AND ar-riv- N. L. PREWITT .!. .'JsTMrV rV t. Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. i C. E. MORGAN. Lancaster. Ky.. H. F. D. No. 3 , cro The undersigned hereby give- warn-Vii- e niuiilmcr, 11i t nrniiiKi'iui'iit of t tliciw rviulrt-nip- ilt ami pnaturv to all persons not to trespasa upon ' nr' aurerstnl In United SUti-- i sur lands for any purpose whatever dfMirtuint of scrlculturf circular u we will prosecute all offender to No. SI. T'stltiR 1'arun In tli' South the fullest extent of the law. Hunt- - for EitlcU-nclit MamiKftuviit." era and fishermen especially take notice. VALUE OF HORSES ON FARM R. L. EUda, Mrs. Cora Phillips. Daniels, Mrs. Emma Totsl Estimated st 11,993,000,000, or It. L, Arnold. Just a Little Below Figures Mrs. Sarah J. P. Uackley, on Cows. Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbothaas, Even UioukIi It may bo tni that Edd and N. B. Prica. ehlcle hit bojniii the motor!rhin B. C. Rlgsby. to put tho fann horxi "on tit run," O. M. Anderson. there U no evidence that h I'aa i) R. 1 Barker vi'lijx-- l much npvil, and his total B. L. Kelley. fatorably with valu atlll comiwn-RIgsby. J. C. other Tlfte of fiirm utiliunU. On Mrs. Victoria Anderson, January 1. HO, th" huttnu of crop Thompson and Tracy of tin I'iiUihI Stnti-- department of aerlnillun; Mtlmatetl the toHonest toll is u credit to any man, tal virtue of hir"i on farms In this but many people object tu the credit country t II.SWI.isM.liw), or Jut a little below tho ulim if milk cows, system. which waa JJCVisM""". The btuutlful peace of the old world is so benevolently unsclllsh SWINE DURING HOT WEATHER that one wonders when It commenced Fattening Pigs Will Not Suffer From and if it will ever end. Heat If Given Plenty of Water The poor man has reason to bo Joy. and Ample Shade. ful in hi adversity. He doesn't haw I'attenlns plc requlro some attento employ nn attorney to keep him plk's out of jail for pulling crooked ilenls tion In hot uouttiur, but tnuatly wHiililni! 1(X) to I.V) tMiuixis or iuor in the realms of high llnnnce. will not suffer from the bent or die If Klven plenty of cool water and protection from tho sun. A inuoreto lios wullnw Is quite sanitary mid If built in-'a POSTED Hogs on Pasture Being Mad for Market. Ready Th. LEXINGTON SPECIAL at Lasing Ion 7l25 A. M. returns Wava. at 7l20 P. M. flving a full day in Laalngton. A Looking. Back Word. woman always Inn time for re flection when he see n mlrrtir. Cap tonns ilnjnrliie. A Awful Possibility. Kdnanl wss talking oiimllinN to his sister. Rather frightened, the llttln sister aald: "Oh. I hopv they don't come h're. If they do. the'd eaten us up and flien we won't hae outelve..M For all poinla North, Eait or Wast of Cincinnati th "LEXNCTON make connections in Cincin. nati at Central Union Station. SPE-CIA- Swinebroad's Series Of September Auction Sales Of Farms and City Property MEMORIZE THE DATES THEN FOLLOW YOUR MEMORY. Send for catalogue k'ivtnK fall description. buy-i- n We "Turn Down" nn auction sale proposition unless it appeals to us as somtthlm: the Real of public wants. Therefore, we "ALWAYS SELL." We sold over $2,000,000.00 our sales Estate In l'J19, and already this year $881,778.00 of real estate. Every purchaser nt can sell at a profit. and then Swinebroad is ONE real estate man who universally advertises "No SELLS JUST AS ADVERTISED. We have something you want. Follow our sales. We will make you money. If you want to "Buy" or want to "Sell" get in touch with the "Real Estate Headquar by-bi- Bad Temper. an almont Invariable rule that It complaints arn mutual. There are two sides to every bad temper. The truth Is, bad temper Is due Icm 'o the occurrence of Irritating things than to the occurrence of things to Irritable people. Is Ur' Richness of the Sea. Every of water contains nn grain of gold. There are mer four thousand million tons of water In a cubic mile, and the oceans are estimated to contain three hundred million cubic miles of water. Thus It Is easy to reckon the amount of gold In th een. It Is about nonui.nno ton. tn SKf k Hazelwood Sanatorium 9 For th4 Treatment of 4:xx::::s:rox:itI TuhtnuUth Antl-Tubet- Maintained by the LouIitIIIc toils Association for the adequate ttcatmrnt of In sll Its stasri at l it nu. Rates $15.00 pr week, ln- I .ILnllfM .I...II... I... ...I h laundry, etc. lUsli ground ivai.Q rnnJlngexteiul vitw. uriigni-fu- l sunoundincs. Sprcial rates for tuber-culoili 1 In IMitaw.1 tiulii.ntpMl.W. Sm4 kaMttr SWM'i 4m II H rarfiua Ckt: lawiH, luaaa t, IminiU; t" aKur. W"w SLtMi a 8 Truthful Always. He that Is hsbltuntetl to deceptions and artificialities In trifles, will try In vain to be true In matters of Importance; for truth Is a thing of habit rather than of will. Yon cannot In any sudden and single effort will to be trua In tho overilow from u sprint: It keeps Inyour life clear wllh the Inflow of clean water. If the habit of Itobertatin. has been V, days pics will lie on the con- sincere. On hot crete feeling floor In the liutf luirii durSaving the Tin, . ing the heat of the day and forage In After tr Ins many other pncees of the rape 'during the cool of the morn-In- s recovering tin from old can there Is and evenlni:, now, uccordlng to Iji Nature (Paris), a return to the old fiioliloiu-.- ) method of boiling the scraps (well denned) In a solution containing un exren of free LIVE STOCK NOTES alkali and saltpeter. The tin l recov K ered as crystals of stuunato of sods and the alkali and saltpeter can be Krery good dairyman knows the used over and over again. value of a purebred slru of good record. The Woodcock. The woodcock provides one of the If you lime surplus stock to sell It finest exnmples of protective coloring will pay ou lo uo n gool purebred that nature has ever made. Ills bright dairy bull. eyes, however fitted for the night work to which he puts them, are sometimes (ilvo the khevp aoine atlentlon dur- his betrayer. The female woodcock Is the prof-It- larger than the male and Ita weight ing the amiitiier and lucre fnnu the tlock. varies as widely aa to run between ounces. Wood eight to twenty-seve- n Wlieu fcliivp are ou pasluru they cock la a tremendous glutton, so ha Is will uot re.uln-- much attention, but fat. Ttie woodcock cau fly either iu one mut w' that the pasture Is uol taxlly aa a rail or as swiftly as i wallow. and that Ihey have plenty overtH-ke- . of freaa water aud salt. NOW GET THE DATES. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2nd.. 10 O'CLOCK. 116 acres for R. 0. Dohoney. 2i miles from Danville on the Stanford I'ike, Iloylc County. Uuy this one you wont regret it. FRIDAY, SEPT. 3rd., 10 O'CLOCK 3 small farms 38 acres 17 acres CO acres for G. A. Carpenter, Lincoln County, I'reachcrsville pike. several fine residences A lot of Real Estate SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th., 10 O'CLOCK building lots. etc.. in Lancaster, Garrard County. Anything you want. An All Day bale. Hand Concert. 275 acres in 3 tracts for Spoonamore & Hester TUESDAY, SEPT. 7th.. 10 O'CLOCK .. (Tountv. out Lancaster l'ike. . -- - .... t ii- ...ii... - (Known w.iue r. ..... ..... "ui. it.i...an absolute - sale. nf Here Is a good one and I Hnilev. in .Mrrrer Cauntv. on ArRPs tnr ..miMiKcn ii- - crnrrunrD a. I mile from Harrodiburg and Lexington pike, G miles from Harrodsbursr. Chatham I'ike, for THURSDAY, SEPT. 9th., 10 O'CLOCK. 2 farms in Mercer County 120 acres & C. L. Uurgin pike. 60 acres for J. L. Worley Shakertown nnni-niltnvle .- . 'j u J xx::::x:::c(' je good land. SATURDAY, SEPT. 23th.. 10 O'CLOCK, Livestock, Farming Implements. Mules, Hogs, Cattle, of G. B. Swuebroad 1 mile of Lancaster, on Danville pike. Garrard County. At same time will also sell my ine herd 10 head Registered Jersey.. 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. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville otficcs, or W. A. Dickerson or mson, George Swinebroad at my Lancaster offices, or Send for catalogue with descriptions. Also descriptions of farms for sale privately In catalogue. Lincoln County 100 acres for J. H. Weaver FRIDAY, SEPT. 10th., 10 O'CLOCK. 5 miles Lancaster near Hubble on Danville pike. Another tcood one another absolute sale. Abo a lot of personal property. SATURDAY. SEPT. 11th., 10 O'CLOCK, 493 acres subdivided for Mr. and Mrs. J. I I mile Jackson Highway at on fine Fairfield pike Nelson County 7 miles Hurdstown Cox's Creek. The best farm and the best improved In Nelson County. 03 acres for C. II. Foster, Mercer County, right TUESDAY, SEPT. Hth., 10 O'CLOCK at Salviia on Harrodsburc & Louisville pike. A nice little home. Taylor County, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 15th. 10 O'CLOCK 133 acres for W. C. Cowherd on Friendship pike. 3 miles CampbelUvtlle, in Famous lleechwood Section. Also crops, livestock and other personal property. THURSDAY, SEPT, IGth., 10 O'CLOCK, 50 acres for W. C. Wilkinson. Uoyle county, Hi miles Danville, Hustonvllle pike. This one is a "DANDY." No others on 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. 253 acres, subdivided, Nelson County, 3 mile Uardstown, New Haven pike Jackson Highway. A pretty home and .Kim-berlin. pike. s Real SWINEBROAD. TheKENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Estate Man. Auctioneers CoL Bolivar Bond of Versailles, CapU Geo. Toombs of Danville, Capt. T. W. Sims of Springfield, Capt. A. T. Scott of Lancaster. Doc Bond of Versailles, George Swinebroad of Lancaster, Col. D. L. Perry of Columbus, Ohio, and others. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 26, 1920 Final Dash for Windup OF Noah Marsee, Jr., Bryantsville CLOSE OUT SALE ITS THE GREATEST SALE IN POINT OF VALUE GIVING YOU EVER SAW. WE PLAN A COM- TIME IS SHORT. PLETE CLOSE OUT, CLEAN OUT AND GET OUT. The Bargains are fleeting. You sceptics You unbelievers You Economical to you I say follow the crowds of wise ones to this Bargain Avalanche. LISTEN I People Come here and See for yourself. The Bargains I am quoting are Now don't wail n min-ut- e longer, a dollar to you is as good as it is to some merchant. DONT WAIT. Your Inst chance to same money. COME TODAY SURE. MENS Blue JScrgt-- s CLOTHING. all w 1, rrgulnr $10.00 DONT FORGET THE SALE CLOSES SATURDAY. AUG $22.95 allies to $40., swle ri e Grev and Tan Palm Bench Suits, regu$14.98 lar $18.00 value, sale pru Lot of Men Cool C!th Suits, regular $8.98 $12.00 value, sale pricr Bnvs Clothing, all sizes, priced from to $3.98 & $8.25 $0.00 to SU.RO t- d alue, sale price Lot of young men Suit tut .32.95 received RAIN COATS MEN AND WOMEN. 28 Sl.VOO $(i.'iU quality il s.00 quality i ! , i.i'itv i '.e it at mi at i. ,t a $8.98 $5. 19 $4.38 O MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, STAR BRAND SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, LADIES READY-TWEAR, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, JEWELRY, HARDWARE, PAINTS, BUGGIES, WAGONS, HARNESS, FARM IMPLEMENTS, AND AUTO CASINGS, AT WAY BELOW COST PRICES. SATURDAY AUG. 28th IS THE LAST DAY TO THE ECONOMICAL AND THRIFTY BUYERS. THIS WILL BE THE GREATEST OF ALL OPPORTUNITIES. BE ON TIME. DON'T MISS IT. TO WIND UP IN A FLURRY. TO SELL OUT IN A HURRY. MEN'S LOW CUTS. Consisting of Gun Metal, Kid, Patent leather laco and button, While they last values to $10.00, to close out at $2.39 $1.98 CLEAN OUT on OVERALLS $1.98 One lot Blue Demin Overalls worth $3.00 While they last $1.98 CHILDREN'S SHOES. Sizes 0 to Gt. All kinds and colors. A chance to shoe the little folks at bar89 cent. gain prices. Choice LOT LADIES AND MISSES LOW CUTS. All sizes, Pumps, Oxfords, Strap $1.19 vnlues to $8.00 Special MENS HEAVY WINTER UNDERWEAR Your choice of any garment in store . . $1.98 for BED BLANKETS. I.arge Mxes White, Urey with pretty pink and blue borderialu to Slfi.Ou. Sale Price . S2.G9 to $8.50. - Don't mill this. LOT MISSES SHOES. .Mary Jane White Strap Sandals, all 98 cents sizes. Special -- CHILDREN'S HOSE. -- Black. White, Pink and Blue. Sizes t'j to 7'-- , Value 3.V. SaK price .12c. ONLY FEW MORE DAYS OF FURIOUS BUYIING Black, white, tan, gray 50 cent vnlues. 29 cent Sale price LADIES UNION SUITS. Fine Knit, Torchon Lace Trimmed, 89 cent. Special MENS GENUINE PANAMA HATS. Vnlues $5 and $G, to close out $2.98 MEN'S SOX WOOL HATS Dove Brand Hats. Assorted colors, new style just received, $4.98 Values $0.00 Sale price LADIES WAISTS. One lot Dainty waists, in assorted patterns and makes, value $5, Choice $1.98 MEN'S MACKINAW COATS. Regular $12.00 value. These are good heavy warm coats. Special at $7.98 CHILDREN'S COATS. Sale price LADIES HOSE 19 cents. Black and colors . OUTING FLANNEL Plain and solid colors, heavy weight 29c. MEN'S RUBBER BOOTS. All new goods, fresh from the largest factory making boots. $0.00 value. , -- $4.49 TOWELING. Union toweling .10 cent value 19c. Linen with pretty red and blue border 23c. Sale price Have reduced all Children's winter coats, one lot $12.50 value will sell for $6.19. Mens Cloth Tops, 4 buckle over shoes. Regular $:5.7.', Sale $3.19 Mens all Rubber buckle overshoes. Regular $3.25, Sale $2.79 1 OVERSHOES. MATTING RUGS CONGOLEUMS. Bugs in very pretty Designs- - Body Bn:s-se- l, 9x12, Bugs $15 value, to close out $34.75. Grass Bugs in assorted colors, 9x12, while they last ..$9.75 Grass Rug, 27x51. aborted patterns to close out 98c C'ongdleum Rugs, 912, Assorted? Regular $18.50 to close o.it $I1.7S 98c EXTRA SPECIAL 98c. feet Congok'tim, Bi g Jar $1 75 value to close out 98C YARD. ( MONDAY HERE'S YOUR CHANCE SILKS. SPECIAL ONE HOUR SALE. ON TUESDAY GINGHAMS, VOILE, LAWNS AND SERGES etc, AT GIVE AWAY PRICES. Promply when the clock strikes 10 A. M. and again at 3 P. M., lasting in each case ONE HOUR ONLY, we will place on 1 WEDNESDAY Cent AMAZING SHOE SALE. 1 THURSDAY GRAB SENSATIONAL SALE. BOX FIRST Starting promptly nt 10 A. M. Thursday morning, we will place on Vle neveral hurulreil boxes containing choice merchandise from nil Depurt. menu in tiie ttorc to lie sold lll.IN'l) ut the nominal price of 25 CENTS. Kiich Ilox will lie securely tied with a firing nnd will be sold blind for Juit L'.l centi. There will he absolutely nothing, no box in the entire lot that I not worth more than the mere sell. Ing price of a quarter and the value In most cases will be so many time greater that the inslgnificcnt price of a quarter will be only n fraction of 25 CENTS. the actual value Maybe you will draw a tuit of clothes for men, or u box of Hon, or a pair of work pants, or overalls. Maybe you will draw u corset, or u silk Cumisole or some knit underwear. You might get bolt of Dress Goods, Possibly a Ladles Hat, Middy, Waist, House Dress or n mans neck tie. All sales will L final. No R.funJ., Crtdits or Exchange, but If you want to swap your draw with anolhvr to gat a still baits r trad, mm don't car. That's up to you. FRIDAY PRIZES Cent 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, TafTetas in plain anil solid colors, fancy plaids and figures. These Silks are worth from $3.50 and $1 and in some cases even more. For one hour only from 10 A. M. to 11 A. 7. 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. sale Scwral Hundred yards of fine Dress Gingham, in beautiful and fancy plaids, solid colors and checks, also a choice selection of fino Voiles, Lawns and Serges that will make up into dainty dresses. There will be values in this Sale worth $1.00 n yard. For one hour only in the morning at 10 o'clock and again at 3 P. M. we will sell them at quantities at these prices and will sell no goods whntever to other merchants. Auction Sale at 10 A. M. and 31 CENTS A YARD. We reserve the right to limit Something undreamed of but nevertheless true, a pair of Shoes for just ONE CENT. We have selected several hundred pairs of shoes in all colors and styles, 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 cost the regular sale price, the second pair will cost To the worst looking auto that entries n sign "To Marsec's Sale or Bust." FIRST PRIZE- - Pa,r Shoes. SECOND PRIZE Pair driving Gauntlet Gloes. SECOND To nuto that comes the fartherest to attend Mar-see- 's Sale. 1st PRIZE 2nd PRIZE brim. st bib-Re- Boys Suit Clothes. Will fill tank to just 1 EXTRA CENT. 3 P. M. Daily. For instance suppose a pair of Shoes 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 n total for the two pairs of $3.49. We positively can not sell any of these shoes to other merchants at these prices. Sale starts at 9:30 A. M. THIRD To driver who bring the number of people to Marsee's Sale in one load, from Aug. 23rd to Aug. 28th. We will give pair $10. Shoes. Rules I We will have a book in thu store, drive car near to store as possible, come in and register. Prizes awarded on closing date. NOAH MARSEE, JR. Bryantsville, Ky. 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 26, PASTURING HOGS 1 920 6 CAN SOME GREENS FOR NEXT WINTER MOST ESSENTIAL Interesting and Instructive Experiments Made With Sows at Illinois Station. SIZE Popular Youno OF LITTER INCREASED AUCTION SALE OF That Smaller Plgi Variation In Length ef Cermwation Period. Dellef SubttantlMed Produce Methtn LOTS AND SMALL TRACTS ramftsl xwly .f r int1-Wrth nf 73tl llttrra of pigt i f Ili'tiet. rnrnU many 4tltroirtt fttr Htm- - inieretted in lu( raWwg. T r litter, enntnltietl (fcfcIO pla f illntinrt dried The MInwtBg r.moin.t,rtm nn tlmtt In IrtriUrtlii Nm sot nf A lf In tlw l'H.rty Saturday, Aug 28th PROMPTLY AT 2:30 P. M. THE WILLIAM CASEY PROPERTY ON HAMILTON TER. This place contains 27.S2 acres of land and will be d Into lots and small tracts. One tract has on it a good house, barn and outbuildings. sub-divide- it. . ; l. vv-i-- flf IMtoula eiperiiiieh: i,. n,t.rity ! On Ike ovi Wi!rr lti ttata wMr, the Mief Hint s"iv pn4mv MuNll.r At- - than l.lk.wl.e HWmitlaiid .rtilnr l -- iicf age, atnut thrtt i n AV- Car Surplu, Vegetables for Use Nex t Winter In Som cases Production Deing Curtai'ed and There Is Need for Cwtful Saving of Every Bit Surplus. I . Is of ENUE, IN THE EDGE OF THAT GOOD TOWN, LANCAS- tlt ! (Prciar..! f.rc, i nf Wir n 1U Mr ow famine) 12.1 o nt nf tWai! r immature piet ntcniii pare to S.1 vrr hy tlu- - )itiiiiriT Jtur. tkro t mnt thr l'nll.t ("tatrn nf Arrriiltut I I nit lnrrt-- in tin. grow older t tet It tfanitrtfttl whether there an atiy vrtatlKMn in farrow nttrttt'nt.(. .o Um mm at which plg are farrowed Increase In Litter. In Mtten, fnun Hie Mine then. n an menu... In ruin'ir ut pJr per HHtr a tHt in He t i i.r ta aniil tin- f..iinii miir l M WMk-ftint tin- - . wtre f year "Id The rHot tnitwi frvm MM r f.. lw .'fcuwnil a wirte rts- i n. i1b. Ha Mm lettctb uf wtlh an itvrrtw f Ill.Vt lm ll.w t tret t f tlx- i'"tr wr- l4irtttl c nH-ia- - ce-tn- ii., t.' 1 r tr This is an excellent chance to purchase at your own price a small home located in the edge of Lancaster. You don't have the opportunity to buy property like this often. Good fertile land, close to school, churches, and good neighborhood. I3e on Wind promptly or you miss a bargain. .'-- i - Terms easy -- Souvenirs given away. nf all klml. ImiiIi xUlil nr Mill', itfl lire Well llktil li tweit p. iiml .ire mHiiiiI.Ic fiM. in the Imimiri ll ' r If mure were eHteti Ihife wntliil lie ! neiNl nf reiirtlC In tlie iIik tnr Wleti Hie Mirtnili klnN nf eni-n- i ure nunc. temler hhI t HnHr mine slil.tilij lie fnr u tlurliic Hie ; inter. Of Hie wllil en-ttin (lii ih Hie miwt (iHNlMim. Among tlie r ,!tntii trii'ii an Swl clmnl. knle Clilnci' riiMtflL'!' lenves I'rencli end kc, hIiIhi:v nnit. tnrnli tnn. i4hiipIi, ti.Ht.i. teiitier New Ximlniul tliiiiiliildii. ymins titnliT ilai-t- i tmtite iiiii4Hnl. ItuH4nii wnt-- I IT'" r'1 fllnnls nn rwie leHMw. All Irnn illhl ntlier linile.1 ' Mini are netirl u lie-i- f ,nr-- . ,v!nn r.uiiie.1 as when n.t f!lnwt,c il.riTtlidK f(- - raliiilnr TeI-- . nr,. then hy the Ptiltiil Stnte i.i. let, n .i IHlll--r.- - In n Moie nr In Hlaneli In tenm for If, minute. I!eninti Hie creeli, Jilaee III a fnhly iii ami rut Ini" ivinenlent lnitTli. I'nek Into Imt Jiirs Wlllrll llHte Ili'M Ixllil IT. IlillllltnH Mini mill I'lilllns Hlt wnter, tilns one lllliIMHlfll lt to line qiliirt Wilier. Itit iMtlleil ruMier nn tlie Jnrx, tlieii tlie m.Iii iim anil (mrtliilly enl tlm Jars. If ii nniker N iiwnI, n.i" fur Hi mltmtes umler r irrure. If n IhIIi miiner l tiH.il, tvliirn Hie Jnrs on m fal.e l.niimn In n iimiiHeri'lnl 01 liner nr a wasiilmller wltli willielent wnter to rmi-r- . I'rwiwi for three linur1, HhiIiiu after the water Mnrt tn ItftMinc ainl al tltlit Imm.illnti'ly. CimiI In h lare free from (IriiftH, ti't ilry fur leaka atnl Kiore In a I'liire tlio fri-e- rliii-iTlo- tli. lle !ini-pri.Mir- e Ih-I- frh. .l, 11 Meet us at the grand auction sale in the edge of Lancaster. aW . . ', of . siricstltiii ,.l ..ti tr.'.T.M il,. im t ki-- l. Snr' r il, uniil le.in nml mull imioiint of wlilrh nre hHni: etnl tit illlTeile ill nr.l :l1'iirnillv tiielr keei''"-- iualitlii. Not enntieli Im ii..,l.l. I'..w.-ir- , to le ery IkHIcvuMi in In. J tieoj le. . j Am e. 1 lie :lilililiil ef ii Nltieunr to ecetalit HOUSEWIFE OFTODAY CLUB GIRLS TAUGHT TO 0. T. Farmers Shou,d Oe Careful That Pent Are Clean and Dry, en.Pi 3 WALLACE LEXINGTON, & CO. KEEPS FOOD ACCOUNT She Is Checking Up Vcights and PREPARE SUPPER KENTUCKY. Measures of Products. Power of Dollar and Avoid All Lessens Prices Ways. Each Member Is Assigned Certain Part of the Meal. Constructive Criticism Found to Be Valuable In Making Each Repast a Little Bit Better Than the Preceding One. clutiH, filperl.il iy tlm I'liltetl. StnttN ilepiirlinent of ncrliill-tur- e ami the Cnnnectlctit State cilli'j;i'. are uhle ttt juit to linirtlml iiv wlmt they linve leiininl in the rltiln iihnut htiyln?, ciH.kliic nml erAn: fontl, their lemliT" huvo oirun-Ize"hUiier clutif." Thee cliihst meet twleu n inonili nt the Ineiil lender'H Imine. At thr tlmt ltnllHU nf the uinntli a wHMiiilaiicttl until Is jtiatintil with the help nf tint lender. I!urli cirl Ix uslsiuil it certain of the tuwl, fnr which hu Is Ajirl-ttilliin- il tl Decreaied Buying Makes Her Think Kinds of Waste In Many sevente. Mh .li frr'Wi'.t Ik'Ihhii Hi nl rlexrtith iiii.I one l ! di. ' . itij.rvl .J that me er m. Intlr. iK'lwit-- t Tli. i,. I.hm' u gif.itiii Hirw ilay toiler tlt.ni wtm tn have nu very kmI !' ' Harve Payne Farm - - - AT - - - Thn- - Neither Sex Pf e dominate. wh llttlv If any. rrn'Uitlti. Un ItMBth awl tin1 Unk of hiiiI thr tn tin l.ncili vx at Hirn In im( (iiHattwu !.. fir ; to lllti-irr(loMiUiuti inn' " r of srtatl(iti kt.i"I MxrHwI. 'Ill I 20 (miml in HttiT-- . Htii tlrltt f tlian thi nviTasi' a JttT " n.l" nH In lltlfr ntlh tmr' iki If bi Tin; Krwiil RtiMne) "f 2ft" HMii,iK nil lrM na 5W nlMttat nu :. anii: Tbn arfrni .f Wiivr I wvlk-h- t nn Mt.r 'Pu' nir. , nf n 'mi' PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, August 28th, 920 1 AT 10:30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. This splendid little farm of 5S acres with house, storeroom and outbuildings, will be into small tracts and sold at auction on the above date. It lays on the Fall Lick Pike about four miles from Lancaster, and will be cut so that each tract will have a good building site on it. This is the time for you to buy a small home, and remember folks, at your own price. We simply suggest the terms which will be very sub-divided ul. PROVIDE GOOD GREEN FEED Untccupied Space in Garden Should r Seeded to Rapid Growing Crop of Some Kind. Tfcf HMiraKi' H.ultry kii'iwr N mjr Uiiirt .of Kvuliit crtvn fiiil MiiiiHUT htl i nrly fHll ilurltn: ami itrevbrion Ihh1'I ! inail fi r a tin' iJy. IJviTy Ml 'f Krutiml Imvt n BMtileH fnii wlilili early Ihi'U ltrtftril flK'ulil n iki'I'I i' ilmnl. rare. li tttMe, hnli r l utukeM tii' ihoM mplil cruuth In )onr Ininllty. 111 tt' 11 Tlie miMlerti liotiewifi l Let'otnlns: iu Ini) In.--. Site I renilin;: the .ili in iiriurilitlii'e Willi the Mlitses-t.c'..ai!e lij the 1'lilte.l StHtiw . nml cherklni; of the .Vcltlils iiml iiieiiMin'i of the fne'l irixlilils khe luij". She Iiiim lenrueil when to I my In iiiuiitlty nml when in kiiiiiII iiiiiiiiint, nml when it H mire i cniiuiiilntl to huy In Imlk Hiiin In latkute. Mmiy Imte umipnriil the inuklnc lueml nr Intuit iiimI nf uyiiii Il mi'l an dioonlui: the wny for tliein. thut . I Tlie liMlieI I'lljltii: iwer of the ilnlt.ir Im- - tiiinle her think ami uwtltl n!l kni'N nf wiiKte. The fuuilly lillt i v kept well tniiitihel, Imt the wife ..ml miitlier shonlil tint irovlile inure fiMMl tliun In lleetleil. She lllll- -t know wlint kind nf food wilt till her iniirket nt.',! t to the lie! iidviinliii-e- . Almii: .Ith tint knowleilse If tlmt tflMiw liiilfll ef the fuuilly food hlmtild inine from i ii' Ii ftHNl grtttip hikI how far It win- tn ave money hy hIiis more im1 from the let" exxiishv crcnipi. nie linuewlle nf tndny N ktvplns it food niToiint iiml clieekH up her weekly liiiy ni; hy the plan lie Imt inaile. prlcen If Mie wUhet to try to for everjlMHly hen lire Mime of the wti)M hlie In gnltig at It: Hy producing food nt Imine; hy llMng Imtil priMlurt; I y cheoMllg fottl tlmt It itlentlfill id ixmti To wake nure that tlie drM In tl jurk-iillure- ot ' i.t lrt ! - Iten At the teisiml iiiretltn: ht hrlncn the imiterlnl ami treiari, cnokn unit her part nf the mimt. Adiilti to thee MiHier, nml the an urp highly rliel. The uiinl n limit, iiolntoex, nun iiiiiiii xecetahle, hot lmil. muhiIIiiio mind iI.-nml it hot drink. So far tint uxerage pen-olum heell 'J I In 111 eent. After the mini the rluti glrlx meet III a group ami dKiis nml crltlcl.e the arloiit articles nn the menu and the MTvlng. Thin cnntinictlve rritl rtm wit. heeii fnutnl to he very vulu. nhle In miiklHg each Mipi-c- r a little hotter In tvery way than the preceding one. eil ct p-- Hie lillirkl'tt; I'.v ltttilllig llT g Um; i'hit miiIi fowlt at are icurce; hy liuylug; ami hthe parrel nf GROUP UTENSILS IN KITCHEN t. VARIETY ALFALFA AND SWEET CLOVER De- NEEDED IN BREADS Equipment Should Be So Arranged That Everything Is Handy Put Small Things on Hooks. Croup your utfiiMI mi Hint ou can reach tliftn ruslly. Put those innM fn-- flU.'lttll lU.'.t III tli.k nm.l Mnt ...il..... i ..... ....... .vim mi iti . " placcti. Small ones may he hung mi little linoU fiiMciied to tint wall or tlie! I elite nf a liclf. Two Crops Are Pint Couilm But cidedly Different in Making Their Qrowthe. Cut nlfulfn l More Important When Lunch Must Be Carried Than at Other Meals to Avoid Monotony. Vnrlcty In breads It umre Important tl'c lut i iuil he i iirrliil Hutu nt other ireitl hecalHe uf tli iluiiter U'luut l.rellil. wlmle .i. ti.l wheat hreinl, torn, rye nr eat mini hreails. nut rulln and dale ItihiI-- : henleti MkiiII, rrlp Iwklng Mtwtler tdnclllt or mxIu Muciill. mid tnn.t. ik-hur- k nml cmrkert may he unil in Mini to che Mir lily. it In ,i I tin litnU f tin 1'i'flii tn li""' nt 'In trim Mt rlnvrr nf ilii Hunt. Cut hIkii tin- - liliiKtom nrr ilxuit Imlf out niiil ml"' tlix MikU' t r ul liiut fniir r iirir firm iinin-In- i itu'lici Tlt.'M luit lliey are iti-- t ulnlly iliffereni in tlil rt'H'cct : Alfiitfu Iihih from n iruMii; aw ret clitwr liwila fnun litnl mi Hie main atein. ulun Hi nin tu Valuable presents given away tion sale. Meet us at the grand auc- M Aoimd ike House l Murturine iniituiiik mtirly foutl value iin utiiT. U CAUSE OF OVERGROWN WINGS Ftctult From Defective Brooding Con ditlont or Lack of Vitality-C- lip Them Off. O. T. WALLACE & CO. 302 G. , MAKE OVER CLOTHES NEEDED Careful Selection of Things Wardrobe Should Ccntaln Is Involved In Planning Wardrobe. Make over only ttilui't tlmt ure nied. d ami sulletl fur liniiudlute ue. Tlilo Involve) plumiluc the wanlrolie, and making a careful uleclliin of the HiliiK It lioultl coiilulii. A iinnlivuter drtK ttint dce imt liiirimnilif with I lie cout mid hut I hut luutt l worn with It riprttcnu u nd bit uf luUdl-t- i Salt mid niln 'iiiiv" ami Mailer rii.ult from uVfictlu Imxullni comll Huns nr lack of vlliiltty. Often Hie ulni; really nru not inrrnnmn Inn ntily nipvar o tecuue tli clilrki, winkly, let tlifin liunir iIumii, II they ilevelnn to tlio H'llit wluru tlie nr a Mullen to tl.u chirk H ey sliould lr-liil- Owrrown wins In liroi!T clilckn Lexington, Ky. Trust Building. C. Walker, Local Mgr., Lancaster, Ky. I'tHikett iliittl uprUtiln M'rveit with ismti'imnl.e ami grutitl eliiete make a ilHlck.ut mlnil. (Md Haiti dro-.run he rfipel upait KH'llniiM ami Ihn miiile up" nlu tlottteo am) tiiNu liiiciin. ot ... ... ... . u much for ln er4lciit l'ilt. it le rl'il off. ttrf). Suirvh H.o Ironing hnunl titer ami It will ki.p rleun longer. Hi. cloiliet will slip nvnr It more eiilly. making It . to a ren ..tt ,oi The Central Record, Lancaster. Kv.. Thursday Aug 26. 920 1 FLAMING, ITCHING SKIN DISEXSES UntoM Saffarlnf tkal Could use of S. S. S. S. S. S. is one of the most satis B Avoided. factory remedies for diseases o ' If you are afflicted with eema, the skin became It goes direct to letter, erysipelas, ringworms, plm the teat of the trouble, and by. files, ncne, , caly eruptions, bull, cleansing the blood of all impuriirritation of tlie skin, or other ties and disease sjerms.il keeps thd. similar disorder, you need not skin free form infection, and reexpect any r.al relic! from local stores it to its normal healthy n. ' application, and the sooner you discard their use the sooner you advice) For free 'expert medical will he on the road to recovery, write to Chief Medical Adviser, provIJjj yqu yv!i rely upon the Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Cams con-ditlo, ' ' WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Sank & Trust Co. Now the whole familq can go i out on a Summer evening, THE women shouldfor the be thankful they're beginning to insist on knowing what they are R. E. McROBERTS, Lancnster, Kentucky. automobile. It has given them a chance to sec a lot more of their husbands. But it has done a great, they hav to traet: In aanjy or hilly country, wherever the cnz is opt to be heavy Tkc' getting. And the more they insist, the better it will be for us. IV CITIZENS p NATIONAL BANK. frfoetyour firic-crtujito thf rtvtjt ni OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. 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, ens of which is kept Locked. B. F. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. 0. Kigney. Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Cashier. Wm. F. stiller, Teller. Mrs. N C. Hamilton. Ass't Teller. I1 I U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roadt The U. S. Chain or Utco. deal more than that It has brought people closer together, given them new interests, swept away old prejudices. We want our customers to know what they are getting. For front wheels The U. S. Plain. For best results What affects one man now generally affects a good many of his neighbors in the same way. And they have a better chance to get together and talk things over. That's why we represent U. S. Tires so theft will be no doubt about it. Whatever the size of your car, you know that the U. Tire youput on it is the be.-kinof tire its makers know how to make. . rvrywhtr Royal Cords. U. S. I I d As. tu S0M.CMD-NOM- I U. S. Tires arc guaranteed It's had its effect on the W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster. tire business. When automobiles were new people were willing to buy any kind of a tire. Now for life, without any limitation of mileage. That ought to mean someh&3 thing to the man who thought about tires. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Flume 33. United States Tires HASELDEN BROS., GARAGE, PAINT LICK GARAGE, LANCASTER, KY. PAINT LICK, KY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copfrol $50,000. Surplus J. Book-keeper. 50,000. Vice-Prest. EX-KAISE- R Honor Roll Bonk A. R. DENNY, President. S. C DENNY. Cashier PAUL ELLIOTT, Individual E. ST0RMES, C. M. HAS $340,000 LEFT THOMPSON. Teller. Book-Keeper. Sons Always "Broke." THE HAGUE From persons here cloudy connected with the former Kniser's intimate entourage it Is learned that Wilhelm'a fortune in Holland at present amounts to 1,000,-00- 0 guilders, nt current exchange $340,000, this being equivalent to tlio sum the former monarch brought with him, from Germany in 1018. According to the best authority, Wilhelm has received no other money from Germany since. The sum at. ready mentioned has been placed in u bunk in the name of his Hofmur-shu- l, Von Gothurd, who manages all of the Doom household's financial affairs, and is said to be "a regular N tight wad." William Hohenzollern cannot draw as much as one dollar from the bank without Von Gothard's signature. The purchase of u house ut Doom, costing 000,000 guilders, and the alterations and surplus building, costing another 500,000 guilders, have been considerable drain on the Hohenxollern funds, contributing to Wilhelm' anxiety about the public! HUGH MOBLEY, General WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swlnebroad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J, E. Stormes, C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. DRINK OERTElS DOUBLE-DAR- K The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it in your bom at all Co-- Louisville, Ky. Incorporated Makers of Oertslt DoubU Dark. Osrtsls Dark and Oartsta Light. Th tints OERTEL N. L. Curry Grocery C. Distributor, Harrodsburg Ky Now comes George Weitsitiger , Th. LEXINGTON SPECIAL ar-- j Smith, Republican Mayor of Lui-vill- e, ritst Central Union Station, Cinciniul a hot boiler-platfrom nnati, 10i3S A. M. return Uavat at Colorado Springs, where he is n writ- 4itO P. M. living 5 1.2 hours in ing Inspiration on the street rntluuy problem, uotes him as favoring Mr, Too Many Missing Periods. , Lodge's of Nations, now Mary was In the hospital for some abandoned by Mr, Lodge. Hut Mr. (time and ilhl not sew at much of ber Lodge's is not Mr. Hurd j mother as she would have liked, and ing's Association; Mr. Johnson and bewailed the fact by saying: "Oh. Mr, Ilonih thunder against all Lea- ! mamma, I only seo you at the tops and . k.a mese uays and I don't Ilka gues; Mr. Tuft favors Mr. Wilson's luuuuiii or .a League and Mr. Cox's League; Mr. ii a oil." Searcy opposes Mr. Wilson's League, Magpie Sacred In Norway, but is silent on Mr. Cox's League and The tnncplo is, or wae, held to be saotters no substitute. Governor Mor- - cred tu Norway, and whoever lifted a a liking for Mr. Lodge's hand against It promptly brought j row Implies j ex. League, but comes out strong for down a ciirse not only upon himself, a snip oi state, uwi axipper naming hut on his family, relations, Intimate The confusion of the Republicans, on the bridge steering her north and friends, tire stock ami household nutionully, over the party stand on Governor Coolidge on the poop steer- goods. the issue of the League of Nations ing her south. Mr. Ernest it a yet has Klnatthchen an Aneltnt City. to Kentucky. State Chair- in statu quo) Mr. Hert Is In Mackinac. Klniitfhcheu Is one ol 'be four largman Searcy vows solemnly that n ma THK TIMES, not possessing Mr. est towns of Chluu. T- hnU'ully It la jority in this State opposes "Mr. Wil Searcy's absolute Information, nev- lot a city. It It a town, bWauso It son's League of Nations," but he has jm "wall. In reality It It a busy doe not venture to say whether they ertheless hazards the prediction that ndustrlal city, with u insulation of favor Mr. Harding's separuV) peace the mujorlty in this State will prefer Us),!). s of the people art) with Germany and "sympathetic ap- the known Democratic programme to Jlreclly engaged In the manufacture) proach" afterward. Also he leaves the unknown Republican programme, nd sate of porcelain aud pottery. his readers entirely in the dark as to the big Leugue to the Uush League, Historically It date back to tha lias) whether this majority opposes "Mr. the existing fact to the diversified Inasty, a a. D. It Is durlus-- thus Cox's League of Nations" with two theory, one clear pronouncement to period thut wa And the flrtt record ar the production of norcelaln us reservations which answer every ar- such a babel of many tongues as has Ofclaa, though eartheowara vessels) gument, real and fantastic, made not been heard since they quit work rare probably produced soma ceay-Courier-Journaagainst "Mr. Wilson's Leagui." on the Tower. lunea earner. Fuer-steubure A appropriation of his estates in Germany, Wllhelm's old friend, Prince has lately been at Doom to discuss the fate of the Hohenzollern property. Numerous visits to Doom by Wil. helm's sons, who ut present are in financiul straits, are generally with the object of obtaining money. Wilhelm refuses to be touched, but the former Kaiserin is unable to refuse her sons' demands on her purse, so they depart with any ready money she has, sometimes only u few hundred guilders. ...... Scrambled. - Two-third- l. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Aug 26, 1920 7 116 ACRES BOYLE COUNTY LAND THE R. C. DOHONEY FARM -- THE JOHN A. HAM ARM. OF I at Auction Thursday, Sept 2nd 10 including fine buildings, now owned by Jas Rog- ers, 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 AT 10:00 A. M. o'clock. . 2 ' i mile .f Dnnville. on the Stanford Pike, Mn Kood LOCATION: neighborhood, done to ohol, mi x splendid pike, one of the htst in the county. J nut the yUco to mnk money and educate your children in the best schools of the State. JuMt the rifrht tz farm. Hm Iohk frontage on pike, and can he divided t If two parties want smaller fnrmn buy it toKuther and make ttn advantage. th division, or the purchaser can acll off a part for more per acre than he will pav for the entire farm. Splendid 7 rooHpdwelllnK, pantry, hall and 2 IMPROVEMENTS: porch 2 poultrv house and meat hous in yawl; mow Knraxe, new tobacco li.im food stock barn with water tank and trough in barn; now i' room tenant Tracts, Friday, ' ' August 27th houa il watered, cistern at door, largo .sprint; with concrete This farm is Alter troufha: Mod orchard; doantifnl yard with qhadu troog. Thte Is an aad dettirabl home, and Ten don't want to ovorlook this one. 00 acres in Blue Graaa Mil. balance in cultivation. Will be old on eay terms for wmtmion January 1, 1921. Mr. Dohoney ha instructed us to soil for the "High Dollar," so look-cul- t, nomebody may get n barjraln. If pnrchodor wants immediate poMossion will ell growintr crop" at a reasonable price. REMEMBER THE DATK. For further particulars see .Mr. Dohoney at the farm, HUGHES &.Me-- (' K Mom or R. H. Dever, RTY, REAL ESTATE AtlKNTS AT STANFORD, at mv iMnvtlle olHce, W. A. Dickernon or Geo Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or at-rar- th ' ' Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, Lot k This is one of the choice farms of this noted sandstone belt, good land, well situated nnd exceptionally improved; lone pike frontage nnd a beautiful place to live. If you buy one or nil you will have something to attract the other fellow when you choose if ever to resell. TRACT NO. 1 House tract consists of 25" acres, fine 9 room residence, stock bnrn and e'ery necessary outbuilding, beautiful shade nnd abundance of bearing fruit trees. Ycu can not duplicate the improvements alone on this tract for less than $10,000. TRACT NO. 2 Consists of 30 acres of as fine land as ever a plow was stuck into. One good G acre tobacco barn right at road and a fine building or residence site close by. This will make you a home and money too. TRACT NO. 3 Consists of 5 acres fronting the pike. Buy this one for homo or investment you know these small tracts . Now, if you or your friend arc in search of a home and good land too, the kind of land that rewards you best look this over before hand. We find the owners of such tracts arc to sell at any price. The owner has decided to locate elsewhere nnd wc arc instructed to sell. The contracts arc drawn, wc insert the price and terms, you do the bidding. TERMS reasonable and Announced at sale. For further particulars consult the owner on the premises, or W. E. Whittaker at Hackley, Garrard County Ky, or KENTUCKY. Snnd for cntnloKiie. ' ,p dates of other auction sales. D. A. Thomas LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BRADSHAW MILL. Mi Mublo I'rcwitt spent the pntt week with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Prewitt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ollie Grant am! baby spent the week end with Mr. and Mn. Friday, Sept 3rd, 10 The Mondroot, common In rich wood lands where It hm not been exterinl- The laws of this country were made natcd by professional root diggers for for all people to obey, A few people' Its reputed medicinal value, says tho American ForeMry Magazine, ' Is In Jo. bloom with the crocus nnd readily Sfcp lively, or the other fellow may step on you. , For Garden Culture. o'clock. 3-Sm- all Farms-- 3 CARPENTER, In Lincoln - For G. A. Co., - AT - - Public Auction. 38 Acrts With Improvements. 11 17 Acres With Improvements 1 These two farms are divided by pike. mile from Stanford and Crab On Preachersville pike. LOCATION: Orchard pike and miles from Stnnford. The 118 acre tract has (1 room cottage, 'I porches well and cistern, stock tobacco barn, other out building, Kod orchard strawberries and other and small frtilt. f acres in tobneco and corn balance in Ulue Grass. Nice little home franting right on pike, nice yard, plenty of shade, good fencing and everlasting stock water. The 17 acre tract is all in grass nnd has cottage of ! rooms and porch. t The two together make a splendid little 55 acre farm. Look it over it may be just what you want. A No the third farm of CO acres on the County Road leading from the Preachersville Pike to Goshen Pike, about mile from the above tracts. l room house with porch Small stock barn. 8 acros in corn and tobacco, balance in Ulue Grass. Well watered by wells, pools and ponds. No waste land. The sal will be hold at the 38 acre tract where .Air. Carpenter lives. Basy terms and possuMion January 1, 11)21. For further particulars see Mr. Carponter at the farm, W. E. Moss or R. H Dever a my Danville office; V. A. Dickenson or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office ; or 1 1 Philip Moore. It's simple matter to tee the faults ' adapts Itself to garden culture. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl linker nnd of others and quite as easy for others Old.Tlme Famous Dishes. 'daughter Ida Mae were guests of Mr. to see ous. The swan wa formerly a great fa-- 1 am) Mrs. James Prewitt Sunday. young cygnet Some people arc foredoomed to go rorlte for the table. The Is tender anil good. The flesh Is lnrk Itav. Kdwnrd Lnwson and Rev. O. I tlnrnllel tiff waulth. They In color nifl tastes like goose, with a r J. were entertained at tlte hnve hon8r BtUntK suggestion of hare. The peacock also home of Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Sanders i of the most famous dishes at Monday night. When n wise nan wants something v.ns cine rojal feasts In the Middle ages. Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis Mullins ef and can't get it his wisdom prompts Why High Noon Weddings. Hnmilton Ohio, are visiting Mr. nnd him not to want it. All of us frequently us expressions Mrs. S. X. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. , Don't be too swift about advising Of which wp do not really know th Floyd Snyder. others to give the devil his. due. meaning. Did you, for example, know Mr. nnd Mrs. I T. Hrndshnw en- They may hand you over. that noon Is the trndltlonnl hour for ' a wedding ceremony because In the tertained the Itev. O. J. Stegar and Kev. Kdwnrd from Gllend Whenever we hear a fellow talking olden days In Kngland the bridegroom Thursday night. ulJ. not be relied upon to be sober about his brains we wonder juit how sny later In the day than this lujnrj badly scrambled they are. Mrs. Cameron I'rcwitt and attractive little daughter nnd son Ruth oung Success beckons to every Cameron and James Thomas, were man, but it never comes within reach-guests of Mr. and Mrs S. X. Sanders ing distance if its awn accord. Thursduy. ! Xot nil men jump when their wives If you are) goin( to Lexington or speak. Seme are quick to anticipate, Cincinnati th "LEXINGTON and others are too scared to do Why yen should use SPECIAL." Caidul. pie woman's either. tome, ior your -SU-Ba- Reasons u. Many men prate loudly of the value of their eostvietions, hut the. Mrs. Mnttie Routt nnd James were market price of convictions often! the guests of Mrs. John Doty at POINT LEAVELL. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Look up the date of other Sales. Our automobiles are at your service Marksbury Sunday. Miss Margaret Doty of Marksbury has been a recent visitor of Mrs. Mnttie Rout. Messrs. Walter Smith and Kills Hell attended the ball game, at Crab Orchard Saturday. Mr. James M. Hell and family who have been keep in on account of illness arc able to be out again. Mrs. John Smith and tittle daughter, llarel, spent Sunday with .Mrs. James Ynntis on the Buckeye Pike. The protracted meeting is progressing nicely at Fair view, but the attendance has been small on account of bad weuChcr. Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Tatem and little son Carl Glenwood were visitors In Crab Orchard Saturday and attended the Hall Game. Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Harrison Cold-Iro- n entertained at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Parsons und daughter, Mr. und Mrs. Jim Todd, Mrs. J. W. Tntum and daughter ami Messrs Virgil Dolllnsjind llradley Kim-aid- , Mesdames John and Clell Tatem. fluctuates. May prompt success attend yourr every noble impulic, brother espec ially when you reach into your pocket for that subscription renewal. 1 troubles, have been shown in thousands ol letters Itom actual users of this mrdi cine, who speak Item personal experience. II ihe results obtained by other women lor so many years have been sc uniform!) good, why net giv: Csrilui a trial V Take The LEXINGTON SPECIAL, It.v-t- i A. M. for Losing, Lancaster ton and Cincinnati, with Pullman Parlor Car service. Return arrives at lOiOZ P. M. 4i-t0 CARDIJI Tin Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J. Irvln, cl Don't blow up u storm when wife asks you for ten bucks to spen l. brother. Like our, if she had not married she mhjat nave money of her own. We have a curious hankering to know the sensation of a hanged man when the Jerk coMet. Hut don't try the experiment in order to satisfy an editorial whim. Cullen, Va., wrilcsi "About II years ago, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, pilns, It is an easy matter for editors anil others to sit in n chair nnd dope out beautiful rules of life for others to! observe. In putting them Into practice ourselves but, then, we seldom do. I ache, numbness would co for three weeks almost bent double . . . My husband went to Dr. for Cardul . , , Alter taking about two pottles I began going around and when I look three bottles I could do all my work." ESO ... head- The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky Thursday Aug 26. 1920 , LOUSV1LLE SCHEDULE & NASHVILLE R. R., KENTUCKY DIVISION. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER Farm Live Stock RECORD IN AUCUST 15, 1920. NO. 40 LEXINGTON CATTLE TESTING Hats SPECIAL Federal and Statt Authorities Atiction Sale 400 ACRES OF THE FINEST BLUE A Self Provider Mr RALPH HAMILTON ni Horrtilil, I'll. w.ir Ni.iumi In Eicvpl Sunday. L.4i40 A. M. Through train with Pullman Pnrlor Cnr service to Clncinnnti vin, Lex ingtnn. (Taking connection from No. 24 nt I tow Is ml 4:'J2 A. M.) Ar. Lexington 7:'.'5 A. M. Ar. Cincinnati 10:35. A. M. NO. 71 STANFORD LOCAL Except Sunday. Lv. 8i40 A. M. NO 28 LOUISVILLE EXPRESS Dally. Lv. 11)03 A. M. Through train from Louisville via Kowlan.l, Ar. Illchmond 12:t7 l M. (Connecting with So. 37 south Ar. Knoxville 8:0.1 I. M. and with No. .18 north Ar Cincinnati t:30 I. M.) NO. 70 RICHMOND LOCAL Except Sunday. Lv. 12:15 P. M. NO. 27 LOUISVILLE EXPRESS Dally. 2i00 P. M. v.a Through train to Louisville 5J7.M0 Hcud Under Supervision In Many Sections. Pnim time to time the btitvnit of Mtilmnl Industry publishes n showing eondlllolis along tfco Willi- - battle front wlnTi' I tit allied forces of federal and state authorities ii rv lighting rattle tuberculosis. Tin' latest rcN)rt Indicates Hint since tln beginning of tin' inniftiient In cnttle have tni Hie owner of placed their herds under supervision. tin April 1. ltO, 2.V7KI herds will lenil throughout tin- - I'nlted State, wild n total of M7,2I0 rattle, were under tin ciwiperntlve supervision ot the department of ngrlcilttiire mil state teterlnarlatim There were 1.237 cattle herds known to le fne from tin' ptngtie. GRASS LAND5EVER lne OFFERED AT PUBLIC SALE IN BOYLE COUNTY. WE WILL SELL AT PUBIC OUTCRY ON THE PREMISES ON Nll TUESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1920 AT 10 A. M. SHARP Tho fini-x- t pslhetlc and sorrowful They made picture, Kiss I'siiforth and a (Jre?i' dot, Vlrlor She snt mi the Kru her amis around the sliuiijo' bend, rink in It to and fro and sobbing ns If her The llllellli:eiit I heart would bresk. animal bent bis nffeellonale ease up ' an her with wistful, troubled ejts as t ie thiiiiich striving In roinpreheiid ' Brief of hi fslr )iunjr uilsiress. father, has It got I" I"'!" uiur mured I In- - fornix ulrl broVenlr dn( "Ve. fanner llohlns ttallts to ntrh bis melon pntcb and the ur chiinl. und he Mill take the very best of cure of Victor. He run afford t keep I lie iilillnnl. We cnli'l. I'm s.it ry, KIsji, (ml with meat ut forty cents a poiuid Victor ttotiltl have In go bun "h, 11 try " "Why. father, wlmt tins Irnlchieni'.l L.. Itowland. (taking connvctun from Nov .13 and .17 nt Kichmoiul 12'fi." I'. M.) Ar Louisville (5:30 l JL SPECIAL NO. 39 LEXINGTON Eicrpl Sunday. Lv. 10i02 P. M. Through train with Pullman Par. lor Cnr service from Cincinnati via A Tpical Native Scruo, anJ Ob(ta:ie Lexington. Ar. Stanford 10:35 P. to Progress In Live Stock I M. (Connecting with No. 21 south, provtment. Ar. Crab Orchard 1 1 :58 P. M., Ar, Oter ll.",li rnttle were on the wnlt-InKnoxville 5:55 A. M. Ar. Atlanta list to lie tested H soon ns I lie 11:50 A. M.) veterinarians cull work with them. NOTE. Sllll'mnitlier lot of 'JWl'll rnttle hate No. 27 and 28 Through trains be- pissed through the llrt "tnn- - of the tween Richmond and Louisville, ar- tet wlttiotit showing ntiy dun :eriHi riving and departing from Union Sta- s)mptouis. Tlie hint optimistic of this tion 10th and Uroadwny, Louisville, unite Indicate tluit t oh It nimilitT will conclude the and connecting for points North, frtctorlly, ami add ITl'.U"! rnttle o Die South and West. accredited iiilmnii. Nos. 40 and 39 Through trains beartween Stanford and Cincinnati, HAMM HAS PUREBREDS ONLY riving and departing from Central Union Station, Cincinnati and con- South Dakota Farmer Asks Enroll necting for points North, East and ment In "Better Sires Better if r two-third- s Farm l)'ltnriiiK to VanSickle Histcrs, locntvtl five miles U't'st of yon exrlalmeil la "I am nlwiijs sort of till the Diiuvillt? just o(T the Danville mid IVrryvillf I'iko. Thl farm contains 100 acres. 1B0 acres of erofM enrae In. hiiI John nli lirton the bwMker, Itiil we mi n Mule it known as the Nick Harding place, the other 'JM acres known as the VanSickle place. isll). It inns n hmssh turn ( lineier woe nn h4iI llae etUnt. I Hit I MSImgeil n meet Three hundred acres of this farm is in Mine Grass or Clover. This farm has been IKh denSMIMl lt.ls will In here irfT I'll aet a 'hsl for VMr." and will he sold in three tracts namely: Hluo jrrnsts sub-divide- d "Kmc I imwnisnl Alrln in rare for Contains 156 acres. Improvements consist of a larKe iwo story residence ibwr "td Vtrtur as If be Has ..ir hhii," h Itlsa. with eijrht rooms. Good stock barn ami all necessary out buildings; well watered" with two fwrrtte lae "I think he moiiM iner If unythltw lwneil lo fine wells, one with a wind mill attached. hhH." AM iMBfi.rtli Tract No. 2 Contains M-- l acres; improvements consisting of a brick residence with hwI bfsHsgtit bark Hvnt d Hi I he stahl. a hnlu. , seven rooms, and jrood stock barn; two never failing wells, with windmill attached to one. It clankisl t U KniuiHt Vtor e)el This is very, very rich land ns line as the famous Gentry Land. It kHrn re Tract No. :J Contains 100 acres of choice Hlue Grass laud, well watered, but has no "lie seems- lo Item eKlsa. plotting xlMt bins.- rbkei improvements. "(Ih. there Mr IMrtiis lion " und Tract No. 1 ei WcsL Stock" Movement. Iteelnrlng that not only nil his lre but likewise nil his 'female breeding "Shin Plaster" Currency. The name "shin plaster" wa applied unlniiils wen purebred, Charles P. to nil forms of currency Issued by tho Ilamm, a South Onkota farmer, npplled TJnlted Slate government during the for enrollment In the "Hotter Sires Civil war, hut mure especially to the itetler Slock" campaign rondiicted by notes for less than ft. They were and the fulled State department of agri re redeemed by the government on culture In with state presentation. Severn! million dollars ' igenrlcs. He I n hreHer of S'hr of them are still outstanding and an 'ioni cuttle, l'erchcroii horwc, Dur.K carried on the national treasury hook; Jersey hugs, Ilhoile Island Iti-- chick as part of lite l tit Iwiirlng no Interest. en, and liourhon Ited turkey. movement Is nlmeil The hetter-slr- r Teaching Music to the Young. particularly at the use of siijierlor Children are now taking fn the tun. purebred sln-s- . but the majority of ideal work In the Unman choirs as those enrolled also kis-- some female early as seven years of age, nay n stock. Mr. Ilamm, however, Is the writer In the Ktude In discussing thi first enon nfllclally IMeil ns keeping Imtiorlnnre of earlv Imliilm- - In intiil.- - live classes of live stock In which all for church purpose's. They are not the nnlmals both male and female merely tnught In the music they are to are purebrtsL Ing. but are given a very thorough I drill In solfeggio, and, when necessary, I t the proper time In harmony and la QRAIN FOR HOGS ON PASTURE BlUSlc In general Full Feed Is Not Economical Where Grass Is Plentiful Some Protein Elephant's Sense of Humor. Feed Favored. Men close to the minds of elephants who away hack and forth hour after ' " hour while their re sties Hog on pasture require grain for trunks roam j pmllt In pork production, but around the hay believe that they appreciate children, and the difference n full feil not economical when pas, between children ami their rMi.ru. ture Is plentiful and grain more than some other Inmate of tenl When corn alone I fed n limited raor zoological bouse. They seem to tion Is. ronsblerably cheaper because have a dense of humor behind their the forage crop takes the plure of strange little ejes when they stretch much of the gruln. Some protein feed, such o tankage for the neanut or at rouml ami round In the lucloiure hearlug youngster on or skim milk. Is recomiiii'inled to be In smull (inutility nlong wild corn their swaying backs. , fnl ninl pnMure to pig weighing less Hum 100 iKiunds. Cork production I usunl-lwhen micti U11U an tixi given to large bog, imperially If they lire on Mich pnMuro n til fulfil, clover, rnrM or oy bemis, all of which nrn high In proieln. j ' gn-alehigh-prlredexM-nlv- sale. GENERAL DESCRPTION This land is beautifully located, lylnjr in one of the most famous farming sections in Kentucky. There is not an acre in this entire tract that you cannot run a tractor over. In other wortls, you miuht call it an Ideal tractor farm. There has never been raked on this land a crop of tobacco although every acre of it will grow the llnest tobacco that can be produced in this section. This is one of the best fenced farms in IJoyle County. In fact words cannot convey or give a proper idea of this .splendid land. We insist that all prospective buyers look over this farm thoroughly before day of sale, as it will stand the scrutinizing eye of the most particular. This farm is a veritable Gobi Mine for a man who wants to make money out of the soil. Don't fall to look it over ami be on hand and make the last bid. You will never live to re gret it. W e will take pleasure In showing prospective buyers over thia farm. Our cars are at your disposal at any hour during the day. For further particulars write or phone I. M. Dunn and Company. Phone 5HD. Terms are to be very liberal and will be made known on day of father I. M. DUNN & COMPANY Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Hlue prints will be shown on day of sale, showing exact acreage and bounds. i MM it ONE-HAL- F fl 1 WU1V WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON Reasons Saturday, Sept. 4 AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M., 144 ACRES OF RICH BLUE GRASS LAND FOR A. P. SLOAN, LO ! Why ycu ihould ms Cardul, the woman's tonic, lor your troubles, have been shown in thousands ol Idlers Iron actual users ol this rnedi-cinwho spealc from II personal experience. (he results obtained by other women lor so many years have been so unf. iormi goou, wny not a trial V e, INDIANS FAVOR IMPROVEMENT Live Stock Owned by Navajo In New Mexico to Be Bred to Purebred ' Sires In Future. More ii bend of live stock iiwinil by Nuvaju Indians In New Mexico henreforlh will be bred sln-only to puri'-bni- l 'Hie female stock Includes cnyle. 8,ssi I Iiii CATED THREE AND MILES FROM DANVILLE ON 11I1.ISS) s. THE HUSTONVILLE PIKE. 4 Cr sj 1 lihj nm lei l ill r is itiiiii ir uvjtiuii 4iid iv luiituLi. rtiu,. iiuiji u miliums uuiidist ui all eleven room house in good repair, two barns, other necessary outbuildings Take CARDUI Tin Woman's Tonic Mrt. Mary j. Itvln, ol Cullen, Va., writes: "About II years ago, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, head" ache, numbness I would go for three weeks almost bent double . . . My husband went to Dr. for Cardul . . . After taking about two bottles I began coing around and when I took tarn bottle I could do I altaiy worlc." beside mniiller lilllllbers of kwIiii- - ninl Hniirj, llie IikIIiiiis have klgultled their sup-ort of I he "Heller Sires Itetler Stork" uioeuiellt. 'Hie Uliltrd Stiller department of ngrletiliiire Is co upoiat-- ' lug In suppling llie Indluus with lm literature deulliig with llve-Mor- goats, horse. l.VI.I) :i,il Mieep. add IWJ.Osl x ... md abundance of fine water-i-n fact this is one of the best watered farms in the county. About sixty acres of this land is in grass. Balance in culti proemelit. vation-co- rn and tobacco. Fencing is in good repair. Be sure and look www? his place over before the day of sale, as a splendid opportunity is offer ESSENTIALS FOR SWINE ed to secure a desirable home close to the best town on earth. The following romblimtloii should be kept before the hog nt all time: One huiidnil imiiiihIs of sl.ikeil :1 For further information, Phone, 529, or write eioui sail. wimmI ushe, four air stuked I line, two pound t'oiiiiunii salt, one ouid ur iHiuuds Mis thoroughly tHiinid iii one ipmri nter the roiublnalbiii lug solution: Two 5 uud sprinkle I he follow, ills- - vlvcl ter liillln w- - J x I I. M. Dunn & Co. Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers. DANVILLE, KY. hIhi hiis to Vktor to bl farm ten miles dlstflnt. AttsHrlMI In ptendllig fur the temlerest mre for Vtrtr bis tulir-s- s teeHhi snerl whtates. Whrll tier er tl father turstetl t (wmt iHul. Victor h'lH ttiaapimrrl ttic Mm pMt s ees llsbt "f Imji.' as kttv Hihl: Ths tn,r feltHH knsnts He Hen gsrfna h rrHiHIy nbaiMbM him nix I hm guHe Into Mil lint." I'arsHer ItnhltH itebtyiit a iMime to the limit. "Ill be Ibis uay hi after tomorrow." he tltmlly ad ed. "nasi )ou,il lieller hate him limine. I up and ready." IMsn h rHIetnl at eteti a tern sirsry rwplte for Vblor. Then a the farmer's uagiui raltbsl she burst Into an exultHiit and ecsutlr laiigh. Her father, follow lug the dl reetloii of her gtnure. saw what she miw the bead of wise, rautlous Vic tor Kiked from the door nf tlw. hay loft, looking this way ntnl that fir the enemy he ti.td Instinct It rly ref ognlieil lu I'srmvr lloblns, Alvln Mrh was the owner of Vie tor nnd wns the nnvpiisl later of KIsji hauforth. A moiitli previous they had MiiMniH their Intended timr rlage, tthlle be ttent to the far South on urrotiut of mum legal nrangle as to some pnicrty his uncle bad left him lis seeiireuieiit nientit n deal to the engaged pair, for Alt In bad rounleil on trading It fur a tittle home lie bad Irft Victor In rhsrge of Klsii SKire crops nceessltateit strict ecutiotiiy ultb her father Vlrlor una n big niter tun I Imlce as to the kind of fix! he ute - ml bis keep really meant a charge the I iiitif irths could tmt very well meet The Intelligent anliutil frisked oImiuI I'.lsa ns If like herself appreciating the poMMiticiiit-n- t of his b.iiilshment. An hour before ilusk be ilUiiinieiin-- l In the illret'lloii of the town. CUn was for Mill unite nutloiisly an i looking hour later, when he reupiwared ear rylng between bis Jnw n rletii tMine with fresh raw Hunt adhering In It lie looked up Into litsaV face us If indicating thai be bad ri'ilm-- l lh.it he was a burden on the family und woi.ld not tat their larder xuppl) a long as there were meat shops In the town The next day. twlee ibirlng Its teissv Ing hours Victor illsapMnrts and n npjiejriil with u tery fair meat supply What with this nnd miiiio lireml nnd ciMiifortnlily uud milk he s,vutei Mr. Urtiiforlh said "You leel so bud about Kirllng with Victor, i:ina, that we'll put llnblns off as long us the ntilmal mil supply the hnlk of bis own provender. "Oh heard the news Koine sharp fellows ieukeri n lot of money und securities from Pet mi's ottlre tislny while he was away nt lunch." In that Mime rlrruiiistunre Victor phi) eil n futyful part. Ho nf course was neter nble to put It In words, but It was ilgunsl out aftertt'HriU by lm aglnatlte hiiuiaii mlmts. Itamblltig about the mottling after the robbery, Victor hud eome upon the twit men In llie woods who hud ouninltted the crime. They were discussing n meal nf bread and ham, ninl bnd plnciil beside them it wallet holding some iiinii ey und n parkagit containing over II fly Liberty bonds Ibey had secured at the pevon iittlct. The latter was done up In newiAer that had com In con tact with that holding the greasy ham, sure fitod within, Victor scented stiutchod up the package between his teeth and half mi hour later was tear. Ing It open In the Ilium yard when Klsa dlsrotered Its contents. It was only natural that John IV. von should pay n reward for the receiving of Ihe bulk of hit stolen possessions. Victor wss nut sent away the lack of money was tided ovar. Alvln Mtrsh relurned successful In bis mission, and happiness and plenty aiutted uimn th. happy group, Inclu4-hclavar. loyal Victor.. re-W- rHttt In nlwl ibiisgSMer uettt ere.-- t the lsltor toHards the nay gil fl u t