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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 2, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920090201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 2, 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. Scetlivi One THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 2. 1920. RECORD PRICE g. I '10 faces TMIRTYJFIRST YEAH NUMBER 23. BIG COURT IU VIWSsU CAMPAIGN BIG HOG SALE. HARDING'S RECORD STATE FAIR PRIZES To Be Elaborate. Nolrd Judges To Pass On Most Fam ous Honrs Evrr Eshlbitfd There Not only is the $10,000 saddle horse stake at the Kentucky State Fair, the international event to determine the world champion In the show ring, but this year the misnam e ed $10,000 will bo the richest stake in existence. The cash prizes will exceed $20,000 and cups nnd trophies will make the aggregate awards valued In, excess of $25,000, Tho $10,000 stake Is divided into four parts; the $2,i00 as first prize in the Watterson stake for stallions; $2,500 ns first prize In the Louisville Old Inn stake for mures nnd $2,500 ns first prize in the Tyler stake for geldings. The first three horses in ench of these stakes then will contest in the finals Saturday night of the State Fair week for the world championship, carrying a cash prize of $2,500 and a handshow-hors- III lo iltwn After Disposing Of Many Cases. The two weeks term of the Gnr-rucircuit court will conic to n close ' this week nftcr ilispoiiInK "f rncs, either liy trial, dismissal or fil ing away, until the docket l pructlc- ally rleareil. The grand Jury after sitting mx days have finally adjourned and returned only six Indlctinenti; one for petit larceny; one for injuring property; one seduction; one carrying concealed a deadly weapon; one breach of tho peace ami one for wilful murder. The following cases were disposed of since our last toiie; Kugene charged with killing William Mason near Huena Vista, both partle being colored, the Jury found the not guilty and he wa The case of Ollle Kstes against W. II. Sowdcr, for personal Injuries, the Jury found for the plaintiff In the sum of $250.00, J. K. Kolilnsott representing the plaintiff and Judge I I.. Walker the defend-ent- ; slander suit brought the by Charlie Smith against (5. A. Morgan was dismissed at plalntitr's costs; J K, Robinson representing the and Judge Walker the plain-- t ff IS ANALYZED. CHAIRMAN For Farms At Cotton-bur- Forty One Head Of Big Type Poland Chinas Shown To Be ReactionDave Sanders Named ary Of Purest Type. To Go Under for Important Office I). A. Thomat, of Lancaster, With ttlock, Sails Col. Paarion On Tha Hammer. and Has Accepted. Nothlnc Striking In His Career. Tract. At $600.00 Acre. Mr. Dave C. Snmlrrs lias liccn ap pointed chairman of the Campaign Committee of Garrard county for tin-pr,t.ntnl campaign for the Demo, crM,c )Iir,y nn, iini nCCr,,tCl. So ,pl,.r M.lrrtl(in could have heen maile than the appointment of Mr. Sanders, as he Is well acquainted with voters of the county and Is an old campaigner of experience, Imvmg been in many political fights In previous years, will eminently qualify him for the future campaign which promises to become quite Interesting before the election. Kverybody In the county known Dave Sanders and everybody in the county like him, and we have no doubt but that everyone will follow him with enthusiasm in the tight for Cox and lloocvelt. Go to It, Dave, we are for you. (Richmond Register.) Some of the finest and highest priced land in Madison County was sold at sales on Thursday by D. A. real Thomas, the hustling estate ngent. ably assisted by Col. J. Mr. II. Pearson, local auctioneer, Thomas first sold the Hoy Taylor farm located on the Cottonburg pike at the Kdenton store. The purchasers were Tracey Warner and sons, who live in thnt community. The farm of 20 acres brought n total of $11,310. selling in trncts as follows : Six acres at $400 per acre. Two acres nt $000 an acre. Twelve acres at $000 an acre. This is undoubtedly a record price for Madison county land, located as it is, about 10 miles from the county seat. The land is exceptionally fine tobacco soil, however, having n won derful reputation as a producer of the finest grade weed, nnd it is seldom Kverybody Is talking of the big hog sale that will be pulled off nt the Gatrard Tobncco Warehouse on September llth, by Messrs Sanders and Anion, the pioneer breeders of the Hlg Type Poland Chinn hogs in the state of Kentucky. This office has just completed n lot of catalogues describing in detnil the forty-onhead that will be sold, giving the pedigree of each, for every hot; that goes through this sale, the purchaser will be furnished n pedi. greu tracing back to the champions of the world. This is the first sale of thli breed of hogs that has ever been attempted In the statu of Kentucky nnd the breeders, farmers and friends of these people ore looking forward to it with great anticipations. They are carrying a large advertisement in this nnd next issue of the Record which nil should rend nnd in the meantime write them for one of these descriptive catalogues. e PAINT LICK Trims Somerset. Tatcm Thirty nine old equity cases were and fiffiled, with leave to teen cases of the same character were ordered striken from the docket. An Expensive Necessity The cost of road construction and iramtenance Is high, we admit Hut that is r.o valid high. reason for letting our highway lose t'lcimeltei In the mud Oil wipter. It. costs less to lllll up a few holes, or open a ditch or two, or drag a road now than it will to construct practically n new one later on. dood roads 'are highly essential to the future prosperity of thl com munity, and nothing within reason I.....U IMIUU,., -- j 1... their tironiT maintenance. There are too many brain, and too much good Judgment In this com munity to permit our highways to sink into gradual decay. It is not In keeping with our progresslveness in other lines. Corn Wanttd. of Hudson A Farnau. .....' .H..U-- .I f lt,f..r uilh ....... I Iteccnt statements by the Ilureau Flour Hleached C hemistry, say It Is required must not be deceptive that Hleached Flour be plainly brand. ,J. GLEN LILY guarantees you ag nt these danger of Impairment No lllend. of health. No nieach that section of the but that it is eagerly gobbled up. However, no such price Allows Only 8 Hits ns this has been paid in the past nnd Mr. Thomas and his popular nuction Paint Lick, Ky, Saturday Aug. I'tith. eer, Col. Penrson, were congratulated KlTectlve pitching by Tatum ami on all sides upon securing such n timely hitting by his team mates re- figure. sulted in n victory for Paint Lick As soon as the Taylor sale had been over Somerset here today 5 to concluded, the real estate men went IT IIAPPKNKD. over to the farm of Charles Moberley, Phillips first up in the second In- nearby, and sold for him 14 acres to mug for the locals reached first when Dr. Hughes, of the same neighbor II. ("order failed to handle his hardl hood, for $tf,000. This was nil aver imas. and immediately stole second,' age of $r71 an acre, and also goes to scoring on J Dtierson double to left prove how much in demand is that center, J. Duernon went to third on splendid sandstone land in that part lackey single anil 'scored when Mc. of Madison county. Klroy urrored on Kuhlman's slow roller. Maumn ended the inning by Cox grounding out. Somerset llunks on their big o- i. .i. i. wan .i . inrcr men Hunn, safely nm. .ithe Cth, Tntum Gov Cox, in n statement recently, ing first in declared ns "absolutely untrue nnd "JrMmcl up struck out the next bat- - fake" tho statements attributed to Chnlrman Hays, of the Republican outs at the plate. Natloual Committee, before the sen was another big round The seventh ate investigating committee that it for the local boys, Ward first up was not the policy of the republican struck out, Maupin took 4 wide ones vuiiiiiiitti-to obtain contributions in and scored on Hoops two ply smash excess of $1,000. The governor re to center. Hoop scored on (I. Ducrson ferred to what he termed official re double to left center, Duerson scored publican campaign quotas, and con on Tntums single thru second, Tatum trasted it with Hays' stntentent of stole second but died there as Phillips Monday. He said the fact that Hays and J. Ducrson grounded out. had been "caught in his own trap is Somerset put n run in the Sth on evident." a single by A. Corder his theft of second nnd a single by Llndle. Notice All Ex- - that n farm In county Is sold NEXT SATURDAY To Re Banner Day For Lancaster Kverybody and the cook will be expected in Iincnster next Saturday, when Swinebroad, the real estate man, will sell prsicticnlly everything house. In town, except the court This is going to be one gala day for ljincaMT, the band will be out early nnd will play late, dinner will be ser ved, souvenirs will be hnnded out to the pubic and it will undoubtedly be a day long to be remembered. Property In Ijincaster Is In henvy demand, houses arc scarce and hard to find, because everybody wants to come to Lancaster, for they know Its the best town in the state and located in the best county In he world. Head SWINKBHOAD'S advertisement nnd don't fail to be on hand here next Saturday, September 4th. -' , Declares Hays' Statement False. e SCHOOL DAYS Every Child Should At tend Opening Session. School day are with us again, nnd ome of us will be looking back over the days of childhood and recounting II: McKlroy 2 I ontentment exist when WKST-PKTK- II. Corder I Oils that penetrate, Is used. It Loveless gut that vibrates, gives power untold. Hayncss SS "difference." Get the best and sec the Satisfaction Prevails. Jlimllc Sharp AH II I. t I Watch for the "RKD TKUCK." W. S. Carrier, Sold exclusively by Phone 53 Notice. All automobiles In funeral process Ion are vrarncd not to pull off on one side after entering cemetery, but to follow funeral enr until same stops, keeping n close up ns safety will permit. 1 This Is very important and hope will be observed In the future. S. II. Henry, Sup't Cemetery at. l Chuch Dedicated. Although the day was rainy and disagreeable, a large cro,wd attended the dedicatory service of the Gilbert Creek ltnptist church last Sunday on the Crab Orchard pike. Dinner was served to all bountifully. O. W. Urynn of Louisville preached tho sermon. Campers Return. The High School boys who went to PerCamp Dnnlel Hoone for the Hl-iod, returned home Wednesday. This Camp Is conducted by the Y. M. C. A. Period has to do with anil tho Hi-the training of future lenders from the High School boys. Those in atwere, K. II. tendance from Hourlaml. leader, F.arl Swope, Eugene Cochran, S. I). Cochran, Henry Uoian Moore, Samuel Elliott, J. R. Ifaseldcn, Jr., and Roger Hourland. Of this number only Eugene Cochran, llsnry H. Meere and Roger llourland Iiarticlpated in the athletic events. Kugene Cochran won first in hit class In htcti jump and standing bread Jump and second In 60 yard dash and 109 yard dash. Henry U. Moore won second in running broad jump and Roger Bourland third In high plain dive. Y The American Legion of the Hridal Sanford Post will meet at the Police 0 Court Room in Lancaster, Ky., on 0 Thursday night, Sept. 9th, nt 7.30 P, M., for the purpose of electing offi Massingale M cers for the ensuing year. A. Corder C You will also hear the report from P Camden the State Convention that will meet in Louisville this week. AH II PO The future of the American Le:t "X .14 gion rests with the Maupin SS .1 0 I men of THIS COUNTY, if it is worth 1 1! I 0 Roop anything to you, come to this meet C. Ducrson .1 4 1 0 ing and vote your favorite man for PI21 Tntum the otHce. Phillips C 4 1! in Remember that it takes n 3 ma J Ducrson M 4 1 2 jority so nt least sixty men from this Uckey 1 :t 2 9 J. County will have to be present on this Harrison I. 4 1 1 night. Advertise this nnd bring sev Kuhlman R 1 0 0. men eral with you, Ra000 Ward whether they belong to the Legion or 34 10 27 t not. "Remember the time, place and Summary: Runs A, Corder, Phi- hour. Police Court Room, Lancasllip, J. Duerson, Maupin, Roop nnd ter, September 0th. 1020 nt 7:30 P. G. Duerson. Errors II. Corder, Mc- M. Klroy and J. Duerson. Two base Hits: J. Ducrson, Hoop and G. Duerson. Stolen liases Loveless, Hay-nc- i, Doctor. Phillips, J. Duc,rson, Tatum and Hnse on Halls, olT Tntum 1, Dr. Clem U. Spalding, 40 yenrs old on Camden 1, Struck out by Cam- of Louisville, member of the Medical den 1 by Tntum It, Hit by pitcher, department of the University of lackey by (Camden), Umpires, Louisville, and former foot ball star Francis and Harris. Attendance ,100. on Centre College, died on the opvr siting table nt the Danville and Doyle New Government Tnrpaulins at Frank Marksbury' warehouse. $20. County Hospital, Danville, nt 11 He was spending o'clock Monday. u.2-2the week end with the family of For i estus Held, when suddenly stricken, Notice. Dr. Uullock was summoned from Notice Is hereby given that blank Lexington to perform a surgical oper Firo Polices Nos. 188.151 to 188400 ntlon for acute indigestion. The both Inclusive, also blank torando operation revenled that he also had Police Nos. 133001 to 133025 both Kail stone and other complications. Dr. Spalding was a native of Lin Inclusive, of the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. of coin county, being a son of Iienedict Liverpool, Kngland, have been tost Spalding an eminent Jurist, and Hoi from our office, and the public is lie Hill Spalding. He was a graduate hereby cautioned against the accept- from Centre College, Danville, in the ance of any of said polices, as no class of 1901. He was captain of the claim thereunder will be recognixed college foot ball team in 1900. Burial took place at Stanford yet by the Company. Elmore and Hopper, Agent. terday, from the residence of Hon. Kendrick Acorn. 8 28-3- t. 2-- 0 0 PO A '' 0 23 1 2 10 0 00 o 0 0 Service Men. the precious hours that were frittered nway. Operation Fatal To Prominent Young people nrc seldom nble to penetrnte the veil of the future nnd realize the imperative need of an edu cation. Hut the need is there and is be coming more insisted ns time goes on nnd civilization progresses. In the olden days the educated class were but few in number. To dav they ore almost universlal. To who knows what the re morrow , quircmcnts will be? There is a training school for every profession, for almost every trade and even tho tiller of the soil has his coleges and universities for the disH'tnlnation of knowledge necessary to a wider and more diversified field of agricultural activity. With our children back in the class rooms again, it would be well for us of mature years to enlarge our in tercst in their welfure. We should extend to the teachers n full measure of encouragement and support, nnd thereby add to the zest of their labor. Our duty docs not end with start lug the child to school In the morning, That is only the beginning. An active nnd dally interest in Its progress will lend encouragement to its elforts ami spur it on to greater After n thorough analysis of Sena tor Harding's record in the United States Sennte, the New York World characterizes the Republican nominee who ns n "dependable standpatter, "followed Penrose, Lodge and Wnll Street's defenders." He "upheld the nrmorplate factories which Secretary Daniels charged were conspiring to rob the Government and championed the 'wizards of Iron nnd steel' ns na The Senator tional benefactors. spoke ngninst prohibition but voted Jor it and criticized woman sutTrage but was recorded in fnvor of the pro posed nmendmcnt," concludes the headlines. The World's story reflects the Sen ator's "Ktraddllng" tactics, and the following Introduction to the World article, summarizing his record, shows his complete subserviency to Lodge, Penrose and the "Old Guard" interests: "Senator Warren (J. Harding can not draw- - on his record In the Senate for much to inspire enthusiasm in his candidacy. There lire no brilliant spots in his service there. He follow- ed the lead of the shining lights of the Old Guard, dominated by Senators Holes Penrose of Pennsylvania, Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts, nnd Reed Snioot, of Utah. "No bit of legislation bears Mr. Harding's name No striking speech marked him for remembrance. For nearly six years he has been n plod der among plodders. At times he made attacks on the President or members of the cabinet; apparently to his mind no good could come out of the Wilson administration. A careful perusal of the Congres slonnl Record since March 4, ll15. when Mr. Harding entered the Sen. nte, revenls these things: '1. He was recorded ns 'not vol' ing on many important mensures. when he either absented himself from the Senate or saw- - tit not to record his vote. During his first year he miss ed (10 roll calls. "2. He was nlways ready to take the side of the big Interests or to support Penrose or Lodge propositions. He proved himself a stnndp.it depend able. "3. He was called nn 'artful dod ger' by the suffragist and prohibi tionists for his way of preoching one thing and practicing another. He spoke ugnlnst prohibition but voted for it, nnd criticized suffrage but supported the proposed nmendmcnt. "4. In the hent of debate he defended Wnll street and mnde caustic references to the farmer, the laborer ii nn me mnuiauqua lecturer. some cup. Fifteen thousand dollars in money nnd cups will be awarded in the minor events nt the horse show, first, second and third prizes nnd to special feutures such as the best woman rider and to soldier contestants. Unlike in pnst years, when one Judge determined the crowning of the champion, three judges will decide on tho points of the winning horse in the finals. The judges this year are C. L. Klizabcthtown; H. S. Caywood of North Middletown; C. V. Robertson, Hnrdinsburg, nnd J. Miller Ward of Paris. Although Richelieu King, winner three successive times in the Watterson stakes will not be entered this year, three horses thnt were second to him in 1017, 1918 and 1919, will compete in the ring this year. They are Highland's Choice, Admiral King nnd the Nobleman. A new comer in the prize ring that is entered in the Watterson stake is Roseland King n product of Uourbon King nnd Kate Hamilton. In the Louisville Old Inn stake, John P. Crozler, owner of Liberty Girl, winner of the grand chamPent-berton, pionship last year, has entered Golden Firefly and Catherine Haynes, two show-- ring celebrities. Lndy Ueautiful entered in the Louisville Old Inn by Fair Acre Farms will be ridden by W. G. Shropshire, who piloted Ifnzel Dawn to victory in this stake. Adelaide Jence, owned by W. L. Lewis, of Tulsa, Okla., who was second to Liberty Girl last year, is entered in this stake, as is KfTie Dean, from the stable of II. U. Stewart, of Canton, Ohio, llotli are expected to be keen contenders for the blue ribbon. Mass of Gold, winner of the championship at the South Shore Country Club horse show-- In Chicago, is one of the strongest contenders in the Tyler stake. Maydan, when shown last year, gained the title of "Gray Ghost" and Sinbad also nrc en tered In the Tyler stake. You don't have to buy a town lot $1.80. 100 Days or city property, but you will have to eat Durioo and hear the music if you Record will send the Daily The com to town naxt Saturday. Courier Journal 100 days for $1.80. This will take the subscribers thru CLOSE CALL. the Presidential campaign and until long after the votes are counted. Send subscriptions to this office. For Jesse Mershon Falls From Truck. Mr. Jcite Mershon, who has recently moved into Hryantsville from his home in Corbin, had n close call for his life last Monday near Hryantsville, while attempting to alight from with baled n moving truck loaded hay. He had assisted the driver to the top of the hill this side of Hry antsville and attempted to climb from the moving machine, when his co.it In some manner caught to the horn and threw him violently to the ground, tearing his clothes into shreds and re- Attention Auto Owners Uefore buying new Storage Bat teries, see Deathtrago Bros., who can repair your old one and make it as good as new. Second hand storage batteries on hand for sale. Also repairing of all kinds on all cars. All work guaranteed. Dcutheragc Bros., Garage. For Sale Privately I wish to sell my farm on Drakes Creek one mile from the Lancaster nnd Crab Orchard plko and five miles from Lancaster, containing 100 acres, with improvements of five room house and good stock barn. I will tell this farm as a whole or will divide tamo to suit purchaser. I really mean to tell this farm and will arrange terms satisfactory to the purchaser. If Interested, come and look over same at once. J. C. Rigsby, Stanford, Ky. R. 4. ceiving injuries that at first were thought to be serious, but later turned out to be more painful than dangerous. His right shoulder was dis located and he received many bruises about the body. Drs. Virgil nnd J. success. H. Kinnaird were called in nnd toon Parental commendation is sweet found there were no internal injuries. to every child. His friends will congratulate him up IndllTcrenco is the father of neg on his narrow escape and hope that lect he may toon be himself again. LOST Last Saturday weak, a purRogers-Sco- tt. ple umbrella. Plaase return to Mary Owsley, LaacasUr, Ky. Friend will be interested to learn 1U of the marriage of Mr. Kb Scott to Mrs. Joiie Roger, of Valley View, of McCreary Ky,, the marriage taking place at Mr. Sam Sutton, brought us two of the finest apple Richmond, Saturday, August 21L we have seen this season, in fact they Mrs. Scott was formerly a native of Garrard county and before her mar are a tine as we ever taw. They weigh 18 and 19 ounce riage was a Mis Portwood, daughter respectively, so this put Mr. Sutton of Mr. Kd Portwood. Mr. Scott I in the "can you beat it" club until one of our prominent East end farmsome good friend snatches hit laurel er and ha many friend who will from him by bringing u two that are wish them a happy and congenial life together. larger. Fine Apples. Farm For Sale Privately. The Mr. Sallle Sanders farm of 106 acres located in the Sandstone e farm, a good belt near the new three room house and two good tobacco barns, and land that will grow the best of tobacco. Look thl farm over, it It the kind that will pay for itself in a few year. See Clayton Marteo on the farm or G. C. Walker, Lancaster, Ky. Poor-hous(8-2- 0 3L) J The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 2, 1920 First Annual Sale Of Big Type Poland Chinas The Hom of Pq Hadlcv 1000 The breed that will make pound Boars and 800 pound Sows Write for Descriptive Catalogue. EgglflHH Ktf iHBBHRHIHB The Home of 59 Hadl?) 1000 BB HR The breed that will make pound Boars and 800 pound Sows Write for Descriptive Catalogue. This will be the First Public Sale of this Type of Poland Chinas ever held in Kentucky. 41-HEA- D OF CHOICE YOUNG SOWS, GILTS AND BOARS-4- 1 AT THE GARRARD TOBACCO WAREHOUSE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th, 1920 SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT ONE P. M. SANDERS & AMON LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. What Happened daughter called for help and pave CARTERSVILLE. birth to a baby trirl. Then Mr. Jones (Reprinted from the Hampshire called for help but no further news Mr. Carter who has spent several has been received. Louisville Times. weeks in Berca returned home SatI left my dad, his farm, hit plow, urday. Because my trill became his sow. David Carter and daughter Hallie I left my dad for evermore I and Mils Myrtle Dooltn spent Satur Because my pic became his boar. day in Bcrea. 1 C .Miss Myrtle Carter is tpomiing the I had a sow, the story's bitter, week with her aunt, Mrs. Felix Pentak After you Her pigs became my father's litter. nington nt Lowell. 1 left the farm and father mine Mr. and Mrs. Felix Tennington and Because my pigs became his swine children were the guests of her parents Saturday and Sunday. ImUbUv relieve Hiuifcw. MmU Iiev. B. A. Gamble filled his regular 4CsMyfWis. Stop food ooariac To mUrU. appointment at the M. E. church Sun. wytinf . Md iJl day, this being hia last appointment The news columns ay that Mrs. for the year. Bunk Jones of Murray, Ky called Mrs. Maggie U'ylie has proved to for help and save birth to triplets; her daughter-in-labe our champion tomato raiser, bringcalled for help and we birth to twins; then a R. E. McROBERTS, LaocatWr. ing one to this placelast week weighing pounds. Itev. Gamble ami Itcv. Jennings and J. D. Carter spent from Thursday until Saturday at Wilmotts Chapwl assisting in the meeting. Mrs. J. T. Allen's children itnd grnnd children gave her, u birthday dinner Sunday. A bountiful feast was served after which prayer meet ing was held. The revival services closed at the Baptist church Sunday morning with even additions for baptism and four Ky letter. The church was greatly bleised by the earnest prenchlng of Itcv. Childress. It was n great shock to this community Iritt Saturday when news came that Mr. John Bonder had met death while grading a road near n coal mine. He was taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charley RobinThe City Taxes for the year 1920 have been due son In Pineville. His remains were brought here and Interred In the Cartcrsville since June 1st and the city ts In dire need of money to noon. Much cemetery Sunday afteroympathy is extended the bereaved family. A Word To The Wise If EAFONtC otoh Jones. visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Bay entertained n number of relatives the latter jwrt of last week. Mr. nnl Mr. James Land enter taincd a number of friends and rela tives Monday. Mrs. Carl Cotton spent last week with her parents. Mr. and Mr. Trncie ' Warner of Madison County. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberlcy ond little daughter were visitors of Mr. j j ami Mrs. Andrew Clark Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Obo Bolton were the guests Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs. Tnyler Bolton of Scotch Fork. i DsTtDI TI aODO! A D PVrif TnctrvmT tanoi i SUNDAY, SEPT 5. 1920 CINCINNATI MfitOO IMMHI.1 MAE Prj ri rj TAX SoinuERN Railway System ROUND TRIP FARE ROM DANVILLE 6sOO A. Special Train Leave. Danville Raturnlnf NOTICE TO daughter, of Madison made a recent visit to 31 r. and Mrs. Ottis Stott. Mr. and Mrs. James Ijind, Mr. Coy Price and children were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Dailry. Mr. and Mrs. George Gillian and little dnugh'ter spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Bollard. .Mrs .Powell Dailey and Mr. Karl Dailey spent the last week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Asbie llcndron, near d Srwclal Train Laavvt Cincinnati 6ilOI M. CiclislTial) DUiUJ MMB.IM applicaliMa a M. J. ( lit CHI.I.V Tlrlrl trti.l, litMH i.e. KT. H. . MMJ, IM.Iitf I r..en(rr Wrtil, I.IAIM.THV, kV. M. atutc ioaot3oi ADMINISTRATORS As administrator of J. H. Bourne deceased, I will on TAX PAYERS. finance the completion of the street repairing. Fain and one of their little friends of spent the week end with Mr. v and Mrs. Joe Ray. MUs Killie Iton of Buena Vista, Walfard Bogie of Lexington were the attractive guests of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah McCulley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Davis entertained the following Sunday: Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Davis, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis and children, Mr. and Mrs. Anion Hall and children. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMilllan had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mr. Lucas tester and children, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bay and children and Mr. and Mrs. Walker Burdett and Messrs Elbert and Bice Teater returned home last week after spending several months in Wyoming. Before returning home they visited the Yel. low Stone National Park, Denver, Colo,, Itnd other points. Mr. and Mrs. Joiiah McCulley entertained Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bogie, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr. and Mr. Louis McCulley, Mr. Minnie McCulley and son. A bounteous dinner was served and a most enjoyable day was spent. Nicholusville. Masters William and Clyde SALE ft slx-year-o- Wednesday, Sept 8th, 1920 at his late home about four miles from Lancaster on the New Danville pike, at the hour of two o'clock p.m. orfer for sale one sow and pigs; 3 meat hogs; 3 cows WOLF TRAIL. It is earnestly requested that these taxes be paid Mrs.- - Abe Burton visited relative at once, that the work may be completed. The high cost of labor and material has exhaust-ed Friday. Storms spent Sunday night with Mr. Allen Teoter. Mr. S. N. Morford of Nicholas vllle wan in this vicinity Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mobcrley spent the week end with relatives. Mr. Mollle Brown, of Lancaster is visiting Mrs. Homer Hay this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bogle returned home Sunday after u two week's Mr. Geo. and calves; 1 Hereford bull; 1 pair of work mules. Terms made known on day of sale. ld the treasury and this money must be raised. Cleveland Bourne, Admr., Cast. A. M. Bourne, Auct. of J. H. Bourne, deceased. JOHN M. DUNCAN, Movor. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 2, 1(sssssal 1 920 of Atonement The Hour 3 1 dot-Inr- Hit Only Love Br MURIEL LEE I JO. IH. Winim tmont Hugh Wnnli'll Iivi.mii a ami! tried In I ho It out. Hi) wn humble, obscure, tiut till' gClllle IlifllltHiit u( u beautiful girl had Imtllliil ii lasting Impulse In lil soul to mnku tiltniH-lworthy of her. llu trim eighteen year of ncu when tils father died. Hugh liail nut known n inul her' runt since ho ai n bnl'. The old ruin of a liou- - they lived In wn located mi i ho shore of n emit western rltor, inul fur half n century (iuhrlrl Wunlell Imil uiude lil living Hugh win still a buy hjr Milling. when lie was li'tt nbimi In ttiu tto'rld. I "or some time liu hud assisted Ms fa I her nt III dolly work, mid tl'hliirf j was nil ttmt tut know anything about. Ilnlf ii mile uwny lived llomrr llev Mini lit mil child, n daughter, Mlrlnm. ! w,n Just the iuo of Hugh. I.Ik tin) In I tor liu never knew n mother' lote. untiirully brought 'J'lil deprivation boy ntnl girl together In spirit .Mr. Itece una getting old. He mndo a priqioslllon to Hugh to live lit hl home and rotitlmiu Id huliio, share' ulid share alike. At I ho best thorn wn nothing hotter than a lmr living assured, but till i ai enough fur; Hugh ii hint: a ha had tho imvti iiiiiHinlonhli of Miriam. To the anlrlit MKiliil lad ho wns tho nil III nil nf lift). As to herself, tho flnrero admiration and friendship of lltti.ii mada tier nlmost satisfied with tier hiliuhlo lot. Mr. IIii-m- j had secured tho oicliulvo fish mid holl rights to a Ions swamp atrip of rlter shore, nnd ttiu froati water clams went abundant. Hugh lind trndoil Mi father" for a horse ami wngon. Under the guidance of Ida tnoro mature partner Much ontiTed upon double duty. Ten mllo distant a button factory bad tnrted nnd thorn kii n regular douiand for clam shell. During oft wanin fishing sixJIs. ulth niko nnd pronged fork llucli Ion do. I shell Into bU wacou and cutm-jii- l A them to market. ho received a much a sixty dollar per tnn and mid lx ton tho tint jitir. tbl extrn en. deator nirnut considerable In the way "i of I mn in o. .Many a time nhon nbme with I lush tho old man revealed til 1mio( nud ' regarding Miriam. amblilon "My daughter inut have nn rdurn-- 1 Id ramoitly. tlnn." ho "It I tint ono thought In tny mind day nnd ulcht. It I lnw earning and saving tti.it 1 get nt times." "You mean she will have to go away lI ... . I . I I mill lint1 in niiinii i n.hvu It. ..I. iiiiii blankly. o "Ym, Hush. There I a clrl nt I ronton nnd lio tm nn old aunt lit Ins In that tnnn, xxir. but wllllnc to look nfler her I am itiro. It' tbo rtmt fitting out. th. Kelllns atartrd. Ttien 1 know Miriam U atnnrt enoush to work her way throucl Irt-mf i ' The James Leavell Farm OF Natir 1 ' - i. I hi i 250 Acres at Auction on the premises, one mile of Bry antsville, that splendid village with its fine churches, bank, school; a real business and social lnt center in the very heart of Garrard county i Saturday, Sept. at Ten A.M. Music by Excellent Band. is situated. 11th , The very first opportunity in the life time of two generations to purchase this fine boundary of land with its stately buildings in keeping with.modernlty and with the pride of the "community in which it dlslu-artrni- J . M col-loc- A FARM OF THE TIMES In these days of labor stress and shortage the problem Is solved by the use of modern farm machinery, the smoothness of this farm to work and crape nnd um Jut a Mr. Itevtti wa itolns lo add to tba alowly detol. oping Mirplu of their hiulnei. It IhiuI n wtk brforu Mlrlnm wa olehtein that Hush came Into the houo louklns oncer nnd cxcltetl. lid ixiuclit out III partner to Ouii him In fUtilns net. the attic mondlns oet votru could be hinrd Miriam' lnslns dowiutaln o ho knew that they would Ik free from Interruption, Tto made It, Jlr. ICmtia, "annouimil "Oh, tho Hush, almost rare luck of It I" Ho held between thumb and n beautiful pearl. Ita ihlmmer dnizled Mr. Itcoio. "Pure nnd he noke. Whcrn did' you ever colleje." After that Hush being adapted to such labor and man saving devices as are. nowJMn common use on such farms. By I'CRCIVAL OEANE ptrraicO-- L iiX Hit, tt.it.ra Lauo I Kate had dcult WurriTi I)ulo nn un friendly blow nnd the effect of the sumo lingered to barrow and dlicour-uce- . past hi majority, ho bad left hla nutlte tlllaso for a buy, bus s tlliiK county 'at with u tliuiuimd I Ill if hud ciirefully outed. thought had been to start In husluens In n limited ttuy, but Uu soon found that amount of cutiltal lusuUlckiit. lly mischance ho cot acquainted with a Renlul, frlcudly-nctln- s joung man who culled hlumclf Martin llvnrcc, amj ttno wuj jjtocii salesman for a concern proiuotiDH P" 9" company! lteurco soon succeeded in persuading Dulu thnt ho could get htm somo ot the stock nt ii bargain price, guaranteed It retule within sixty day ut n tirotlt of fully 100 tr cent, and Lhilo handed out tlm money nnd took n temporary Job In u fruit store, awaiting tbu rom led riches. One morning tho ncwupain'r out' lulned un account of the failure of the oil company nnd the dl.otpiieurunce of it exploiter. The suave, fascinating KlocU Milemnau was u IiikkIcjo Ichu' re liiemtiereil by Dale with emotion of hltternpM and resentment, but in time went on he tried to take his loi lest severely, although hi bright, ambitious dreams were dissipated, lie plodded ou Indifferently for u year nnd then returned to Anion, got his oM position nnd scttleil down to n humdrum exist eiice, ersunded that the gifts of for tune were nut for him. Then came compensation. During hi nlisence n youn.' lady tmninl Norma Uiyton had come to Ardeti and bad become an emplojeo In Its one millinery establishment. What attracted I Ml u to her was her subdued, almost sorrowful nature, somewhnt In accordance with hi own. It apparent that she had known trouble. At the home she found with nn old widow lady she acted reserved and serious, u though seeking Its loneliness to hide from the world nt large. Dale got acquainted with Mis Uty. tun and their relations were friendly and pleasant. She never alluded to her (nst nnd Dale suppressed hi one business extiertment. He had saved quite n sum of money nnd was assured of iiennaneucy of employment. "I shall never tlnd n woman more suited to me he si llloqtllzed, "and she seems to he glnd when I come to . her. Dare I tell her thnt I love her?" Once under the Intlucnce at love and every Impulse was Its prompting toward learning his fate. It was a lovely summer evening when he reached the cottage home of Mrs. WIN U. to be Informed thnt MIm Layton was somewhere In the garden, nnd Dale went thither In quest of her. lie heard voices anion;; soiuo dense shrubbery. The tones of Norma were clearly recognizable and Dale started ns he caught the echoes of the voice of n man. It. too, caused him to thrill, conjecture and utter a subdued exclamation. N.l( Jut m It at M ll.k TODAY. Pita Far Mi ImttUf kr tmlmrnt ot tU Tfttrf. KMrwcrm.Ilrh.ro. mm. Doa'i Swtom ditkrjuraflnj brcavw) wtSOT tmimmit r.ilrd Hurtt'.SaH. h i.hrrr hand, ot Ml w crm i im m mm tmtk Cn.r.nr... frm Nmii i ihoat qontUM If Unf Sl.o " - lil. STORM ES DRUG STORE. Orchid Hunting Profitsbl. Orchid hunting Is a business that engage the effort of many courageous adventurers, who explore tho wildest and most remote parts of the world In the hope of finding rnre or new varieties. Sucrcs In tht kind of enterprise may bring largo reward, Inasmuch as a single plant may have a market vplup of thousand of dollars!. &and Qeneratts EUctrielty. A curious phenomenon of the Sahara Is the charging nf motorcar bodies with electricity. lorries running In the vicinity of fiabe are reported to he often affected, nnd driver grnsplng the starting handle nfter a stop nre liable to receive fevers I suphocks. The electrification posed to bu Imparted to tho cIismIs from chargnl sand blown against It, tho rubber tires serving a Insulation Hy trailing to retain the cbnrgn. wires, ground connection Is made, and the charge dl!i"ttrxl. COMMISSIONER'S SALEJF OAUKAHD CIHCUIT .Mary Lee Kay, et al, VS. LAND COUItT. Plaintiffs. u-- SUBDIVIDED INTO 25 TO 125 ACRE TRACTS The fore-Onc- er that you may be enabled to better get the size farm you desire. same will be sold in tracts to suit. 1 .i . "Spilled over a shovelful In loadlns. I Mopped on It and notlceil It. It sralus and the gem welsh tlilrty-olch- t made n price of eight hundriil nnd fifty dollar. Vou are to take It n nnd If you were tho Under, Miriam Hush'a eje wore radiant. "Her education!" nnd lltish'a H" ulvrrel. So It came nbout Uiat Mlrlnm wont nwny, fully nblo to enter tho Hit of lenrnlns with money enoush to ee horl throuch n two yearn course. Hush kept tils eye om-i- i fur n new find, but It tieter came about. Soma small lmicrfeet pearl enma his way, but It ueeimM b If destiny had bulked II favor for ono concrete need only, lie would dream of tho Croat future In store for Miriam, nnd Idealize how she would mnrry "omn ono of tho cultured city men, mnybt vlilt them once In n while, but lint Iiohj of ever winning the love, of one so fur above him had boon nhnnilnned Ions lnce. Slio enmo back to tlio old Iwme n thouch It ttn but yesterday that she had left It. She fell Into It old tvny prepared to brighten It up, but with no expreMlon of dextrine other companionship than that of It Inmate, Ono day Mr. Iteeno camo b Hush. , ),, rmiinrkiHl. "mv con. sclenco wouldn't let mo keep the truth) from Miriam nbout the pearl that meant her education to her." "What did ho sayr faltered Hush. "She cried." was the reply. "And then she looked through the open win. low nt you as you stood hitching up tho team. There wna that In her bonny eyes of fondness that told of a world of love. 'Noble and true always,' tho sobbed, and hid her fare on my shoulder and whispered softly, And oh I father, how I Iota MmV Bo had a fugitive pearl, feud haphazard, broacbt to the lo&tiBf aoul of Hugh Wanlell tha great wtok of Ma life. en itr f And Listen Folks, To The Terms:--Te- n Years time on deferred payments if you like. You can pay for it just like rent. The Improvements consist of a charmiug large two story ."frame residence, every out-buildin- g, one dandy large tobacco barn, one large stock barn, one splendid and attractive 5 room dwelling at road. LIVE STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS 3 pair of mare mules coming 3 and 4 year olds, one brood mare, two good milch cows, about 15 head mixed cattle, from calves to two year olds, two saddle mares; some baled hay and straw; farm'implements ot every description, Including wagon drills, plows, etc., too numerous to mention. then he uttered n groan. The roan had gathered Norma In his arm nnd kissed her. He handed her some papers. She rlung to him for a moment In a frenzied tvuy. Then ns he leaped the fence nnd dlapi-nred- . Norma went tosennl the house and Dale could see tears tn her eye nnd hear her low sobbings. Ills heart tvus crushed, a cruel destiny ioemed to pursuo him relentlessly. The sumo person who had robbed htm of his little means had now purloined his sweetheart, for what could be the meaning ot those kisses and caresses except that they were lovers? For few moments hatred and Jealousy rankled In the soul of Dale and spurred til in on to pursue and apprehend the swindling llearce. Then, comprehend Ins that to Injure hi in, unworthy as he was, might crush Norma, he bowed his head nnd tried to subdue the sorrow nnd despair that had overwhelmed him. The next morning Date learned that Mis Layton had resigned her position ut the millinery shop and was about to leave Anlen. lie himself could not confine, himself to his working duty that day, distracted with the events of the evenlug previous. He wnndered about the village aimlessly until afternoon, nnd wa seated In Its little park gloomily meditating, when the seat beside hltu was suddenly filled nnd Nortuu, pate and trembling, extended nn envelope. "Ttils Is jours, Mr. Dale." she said simply. "It contains with Interest the money Martin Itearce got from you two years ago. Spare ine the humiliation und grief of going Into tils, remissness In detail. He bus repented his acts while a tool for clever swindlers, and last evening brought mo the money he has made by hard work to repay all those ho Induced to Invest In tho oil company." "Hut why do you nppenr as his questioned thonmazed Dale. "Hecuuso he I my brother," came the low'toned response. "I am going Inter-medlur- "Martin Hon reel" he breathed, ana Dcfts. Myrtle Wenrren, et, al, Pursuant to a Judgment rendered nt the AukusI Term. l'JUO, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction on the premises, at the dwelling house on the land, 2 4 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky, nt 2:30 o'clock, P. M., or thereabouts, on SATUKDAY. SEPTEMBER 18 1020. the real estate mentioned in the pleadinc nnd described ns follows: In (larrnrd County, Kentucky, on the Lancaster nnd Richmond pike, about 2 4 miles from L.mcmter, nnd is the same conveyed to Wm. nnd Mnry Lee Kay hv William Hurnett. et al, by deed dated Jnnuary 24th. 191 1, and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office in Deed Hook 31. pngc nnd the same is bounded ns follows: at a stone 20 feet South of the middle of the said pike nnd opposite the pond, said stone a corner to Price llrothers; thence with same S 83 t W. O. .42 chains to a point 18 feet South of Middle of pike and corner to the part sold to A. J. Caddcll nnd in line to Price llrothers; thence with Caddell, N 8 W crossinc pike and striking and with the post nnd rnil fence across nnd through pond, in all !).r5 chains to the corner post of said fence. N U E 14.0.r chains crossinc n deep hollow to a point nt the Weil edge of a hedge fence, corner to part sold to Caddcll, nnd also corner to Caddell's other land; thence with snld other land, N ":t E 14.12 chains to a point two lengths short of N' post, nnd another nnglc of hedee fence (old cnll n locust snag) N 14 4 E 14.90 chains to the end post of n wire fence (old call n locust) corner to Caddcll and OeorKe Y. Conn: thence with last named with wire fence S .15 Vi K pass. fni; n marked lilark locust fore und aft, in all 18.C0 chnins to the corner of n hedge fence nt N. V. corner of old orchard, with said hedge S 18 U E ti.r.O chains X G9 E 4.58 chains S B 0 .94 chain to the West pate post of a irate: corner to same and in line to Crisclllus; thence with s and with stone fence S 4G V 7.20 chnins S 11 W 7.90 chains to a stone 2 4 feet S end of stone fence in West bank of branch. S 0 E crossinc branch 1.75 chains to u point In a hedge fence (said point is S r5 W. O.ir. chain from the middle of nn old Kate nnd middle of road); thence with hedge fence S 11 U W 1.(58 chains S 414 W 0.90 chain S S2 4 W (1.92 chains to u point in hedge nt North edge of drain. S 75 ?i W 2.47 chnins S 02 4 W 2.47 chains S C4i W 2 chains S 404 W 1.78 chnins to a point in the middle of Lancaster and Klchmond pike and 10 4 links West of the middle of the mouth of a lane; thence with middle of pike X 72 4 W 4.C9 chnins N 85 W :t.50 chains S 83 W 2.50 chains to a point in middle S 72 U W 7.50 chain to the beginning, containing 8i Cris-cillu- 90.7 away-- " The tmrnose of the sale Is to illvtiln the proceeds thereof anionic the joint owners of same. TERMS. Tho sale will be made on n credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purennse price, tiue in six and twelve months respectively, and bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the forco and effect of a Judgment upon which execution mat- - is- sue, payable to W. II. Drown. Master (. ominlssloncr of the (iurrard Circuit Court, and n lien will be reserved upon tho property sold until tho pur. chase money is paid. W. II. 1IKOW.V. M. C. G. C. C. E. Robinson, Attorney for Plffs J. TO THE PL'HLICJ The farm to he sold by W. II. II row ii. Master Commissioner herein. is one of the most desirable farm In durrunl County, The lund is very fertile und productive, in a high state of cultivation, only 19 acres being in cultivation now and tho remainder in grass; well fenced, well improved and lie in a good neighborhood, on tho turnpike, and is an opportunity for some one to get a desirable home. acre. D. A. THOMAS. Real Estate. JAS. I. HAMILTON Lancaster, Ky. I will follow you. If the path lead to tho end of tho earth I" exclaimed Dale spontaneously. "I came evening to tell you bow I loved you." "No, no my brother " Then lat "Is fortunate In Tba to pas derives Its uaw from Terete, a Mart la taw Kat m. memory of whoso great goodness probably turned blm from hi wayward course. My dsrliof. wo wilt not forget him, for ho baa atoned, but for rest from your sorrow come to me to mo, who will tve you all or a life's dotation." having a sister, the u&.mi niwivii.1, auiii r of William Kay, deceased. X4 V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 2 1920. ririni Headquarters for A Modern Menace. We believe the averaRo mnn who is reasonably own nn Automoliile Clattilkri Mmn EXTRA QUALITY Seed Barley, Seed Wheat I 1 VULCAN PLOWS GENUINE VULCAN PLOW POINTS VULCAN PLOW REPAIRS OLD HICKORY WAGONS Conn ii Brothers. iri ri ! "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." considerate of the rights of other people. Were It othrrwlse the fatal ity lit would be nppnlling. I Hut there is n limited class who re spect neither person nor thintr. They tear through the country nt forty and fifty mile nn hour, seldom slacking speed ns they pan other cars on the road, nnd rcnderlnc the hinh. ways of travel more dnnecrous than n modern bnttlcfleld. These men nre n menace to every community through which they pa". If they pointed either brnin or decency they would be otherwite but poncMlnK neither, they became n public nuisance nml hould be rent to nn asylum or n penltentinry. Our law nrc tee lenient nnd their enforrcment t too lax. Wc consider it a Justifiable act to kill n man who attack us without provocation. Yet the spied maniac, without provocation or cxcuie, kill nnd maim and is let off with n normal fine; or escapes entirely. A nnke i n snake, whether it crawls in the i;ro. or race nt the wheel of an automobile. It is time for the pubMc te bepi n cnmpuicn of extermination. RATES i Single insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No nils in this column charged. Seven insertions for the rrlce of five. Phone order must be paid promptly. JlXXD6lCOtKX)Ot.)OtWJOWXJ3e0SI Two furnished room for rent. Mrs. Jack Adams. Northern and Home Grown SEED RYE Timothy and Clover Seed. See us before you buy. . It. WANTED! To rent a farm for the yenr H21. Cash or crop rent. O. G. Mcllenth,I)anvllle, Ky. 7.20.51. pd. Phone 6006. LOST Ladies wrilt watch with initial, M. E. B., Sunday nlsjht Aug. 29th, between Manir and Paint Lick. Return to Mary Bell, Paint Lick, or thl, office. lt-p- 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 Bale Ties for Sale. FOR SALE: IIUS Model Ford Itunahout, newly painted, new tires and tubes. J. U Etkin, Junction City, Ky. (S.2i5.'.t.) ' Ld Corn w""cJ- 1 Why Not? Frnau- POi: SALK:-Go- od International Truck. condition. Will tell eheop. The Central Record l.iued W..UIr. 91.50 a Payable in Advance. HuJ,OD Y.,r. An Exquisite Poem. In a recent number of the Southern Churchman, in the department J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. "Thought for the Thoughtful." R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Msr. very beautiful verse is given which was written by Mr. W, J, .Moore, of Entered nt the Tot Office In Lan- Wahington, D. C, formerly of caster, Ky., ns Second'Class Mail We quote the verse ns it Matter. contains wholesome truth ns well as beauty: Lancaster, Ky., Scptcnber 2, 1920 He who strives to rob me of my fnith in God, r Kentucky Press Auoclation Engages in n foolish task, for, in the end He make himself a mark for His THF. AMKWCAN PRF5S A.VOCIAT10M sure chastening red, And leaves me unconvinced nnd Kates For Political Announcements. less n friend. For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 W. J. .Moore. 10.00 For County Offices For State nnd Dlitrict Offices 15.00 Books .10 For Calls, per line .10 . per line A letter from Stnte SuperintendFor Cards, ent, George Colvin, to Mits Jennie For nil publications in the interHiggint, will be of interest to school est of individuals or expression of individual views, per Lpatront, regarding the exchange of 10 old books for new one. line .06 . Obituaries, per line It reads: My dear Superintendent: DEMOCRATIC TICKET. "It is n genuine pleasure to advise you that the time in which old books President. may be exchanged for new ones has JAMES M. COX, been extended by nil of the publishof Obio. ers from June 15 to September 1. Plense tee to ft thnt the dealers in Vic Pre, id, nt your county nrc informed of this FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, fact, and give ns wide publicity of of New York. this extension as possible. In thote United States Senator eases where old books were offered for exchange, nnd the exchange was J. C. W. BECKHAM, denied nnd new books wore bought of Frankfort, Ky. on n cash basif, please advise the Congress dealers to accept old books now, and J. RALPH GILBERT, to give the patron credit for such old Of Shelbyville. books. With cordial good wishes, GKOHGE COLVIN, Saturday will be bif day In Lan Stnte Superintendent Band Concert, and Burgoo. caster. Swinebroad tell, the town that day. Mt.-nbe- It would be difficult to find a comII. C. Italic) munity where there is no fault finding, or back biting, or criticism, or WANTHDs Cur lend of stock covert sneers, for human nature is boos, weighing from 7fi to 125 pecukir, ami indulging in such ques- pound. tionable pswUmes "' t it P- V.A. Lear .t Co. culiaritics. (ti.2tJ.2U) Hut uppoe human nature in thi town should reverse itself for owee STItAYKD: To my jslare on the or an entire month. Crob Orehwnl and Lancaster pike, Instead of saying or thinking un- AtiBUst 18th., mare mule. Rfey kind things of ether, suppose each Owner .ten have some by paying of us considered only the good in our charges awl this advertisement. friends and acquaintances nnd neigh, G. B. Sutten, Crab Orchard. It. 2. bors. .) SuppoeT we were generous in our POU SALE: Flue juicy Elbert praises nnd lavish in our commendations, nml each bod something good ami Hale peurhos, freeatotios, best for canning and preserving, sprayed to say nbeut each other person. Wbnt n revolution we would see! free from worm nnd defects. Will Wc would behold the unheard of be shipped by oxpreM direct te you spectacle of every man nnd woman from orchard at Conway. H.2-3t- Ohio & Indiana Farms For Sale. Buy a V. 'I Hudson & Farnau nlnnlinnn V. lYf.v.w mm wa mm erHMrtrs 48th ANNUAL MEETING "Darke." with thirteen hundred Assessed nidation of of pike roa! nn.' li Darke County is elghly-ecdollars. The entire county is blue gras kind, mostly bkiek tile drn.nrd land. Pine for tobacco, corn, wheat. clover and alfalfa. No better country for dniring ami hog raising Write for free price Ml of Ohl" nnd Indiana farms. Can suit you in nny site, price or location deored. Johnson & Benty, (Ircenvillc. Ohio. n fr n Oho'- - If-- t t u ' OCT. 4 TO 1 6 IN ot, Stakes $80,000 and Purses Tho S2I.0OO FUTURITY Old Exchanged. gradually outliving and forgetting the petty weaknesses of life. Wc would each be filled with pride at the good things said of us, with no unkind word to mar our pleasure. Wc would be striving to live up to and deserve the plaudits of other. In time we would become In fact what others taw of us in fancy. Cloie to the millennium, yet, but Why not? to For prices and particular, write 1.. C. Hoggs, Itichmond, Ky. Ttj$ 5,000 TRANSYLVANIA The $3,000 CASTLET0N ETC.. ETC. THE WefUB'ft BEST TROTTERS AND PACERS Aren't People Queer! Baptist Church Notes The union services having been discontinued for the summer, we will henceforth have preaching at our church on Sunday night at 7:45 o'clock, except on special occasion. The pastor will to' to make every service un interesting one ami all Baptist are urged to be present nt every service, nml all others nre cordially invited. Sunday morning nt the close of the service there will be n short business conference, which is extremely important. The pastor announces the following subject for the month of September, which he hopes you will clip and paste in your Bible for reference. MORNING SUBJKCTS. "An Obscured Vision." "The Morning Ureakcth," "Deflnltcness of Purpose." "The Compassion of Jesus." EVENING SUBJECTS. "The Prodigal Girl." "A Startling Statement." "Conversion." "The Grentett Quetlon." bo clad to set rid of In order to wind up the partnership between J. P. Holtzclaw and Son, I, J. F. Holtzclaw, a administrator of Ira J. Holtzclaw, rcqucit nil those to the firm of J. F. Holtzclaw and Son, prior to August lit. 1920, to pleosc come and settle their account!. J. F. Heltfclau, Administrator. Please Call And Settle. John Itoberts has gone south following his rcrat nrchansr MJtr. Poollsh to follow It ; he should It For Rent or Lease. My SO nrre farm 3 miles cast of f pike Lancaster, off Itichmond mile. 30 acres of this land has been a blucgrass pasture between 00 and 7U years. The best of land for any thing thnt grows. Will rent for year of 1921, or lease for a term of years. Would be glad to hear from "No buildings on place. Price for 11)21 tliOO cash, or for f. year lease 15,000, f cah, balance 1 and 2 year payments at 5 per ct interest." G. Y. Conn. anyone in(ereted. 211 N. Carey St. Baltimore Md. one-halone-hal- Dog-Gon- e Good, OYER. Reasons for Going To Church. 1. You have not n worthy friend who would not be pleaied to have you go to church. may help you. 'J. The sermon Daniel Webster nid "It it n mighty poor sermon that doesn't hit me somewhere." 3. It help up keep in touch with the Eternal Verities. There I: dan-Kthat God will be crowded out of our thoughts. I. It helps us keep our ideal fresh and high nnd stimulates us to live up to them. 5. It encourages an institution that stnndt for the best thing, nnd that ennnot live without friend nnd supporters. 0. The reflex action of wonhlp is as inevitable ns it is ennoblintr. One cannot help but grow like thnt which he reverence, loves and adores. 7. Its service appeal to the bcit sides of our natures; the music to the aesthetic, our friend to the social, the worship to our oldest and deepest er We'll Say. Lancaster, Ohio. Peter O'flrien won a half mile daih today, his time being nothing tint. Ami Peter had a good rcasen for breaking the world's running record, because his opponent was his deg, Pedro, in whote mouth was n stick of dynamite, with its fuie burning. It happened that Peter is u turtle When. hunter, living in the Clear Creek vol-leAnswering the qutatlnn, "When U Today he calmly applied a .1 woman oldT" a fatni'its trncedlenm match to a stick of dynamite nnd wrota: "The conceited niver: the un threw the sputtering expletive Into happy too soon, and ihn wlu at Uu rlEht time." Boston Truticript. n creek. Pedro, thinking Peter was playing with him, jumped Into the wnter ami mm I caught the dynamite between his te For teeth. When he started to swim buck to. word Peter, the latter stnrtcd to highball it for home, half a mile away. Pedro ran fast but Peter ran faster, and jutt as he entered his houie, there was a terrific explosion. Now a ten foot hole in the road mark the place where Pedro once ran. Up-To-Da- Vilu, of Ten of Gold. The mint vnluo of gold ilori not vary, but rrinnlni cnnMant at per troy otiue or $lR5tirl avoirdupois. Italn; f calculation uHn lbl vntut. n Km of sold would be .fiuivnlcnt to WCUSH. DARK COUNTY OHIO FARM FOR HAPPY FAMILIES in etrry state in the Union in your (run neighborhood 100,000 have summer warmth in their homes fn coldest weather with the patented CaloriC Pipcless Furnace. What a magnificent trihutc to CaloriC leadership and success! Can you afford to try out imitations or heating experiments when you can get the genuine. time-prove- n SALE. A farm of --M0 acres on pike ro.id, one mile from good town, nil cleared; M acres in corn, will make 75 buthrls corn per ncre; 3f, acres in alfalfa, 10 acres old sod this year, rut fifty tons this season from two cuttings; about 100 acres in clover sod, balance in blue grass sod. This farm is nil level land; black soil; tile drained, in high statu of cultivation; all rich laud. Owner fatten from 50 to 100 head cattle for the Interof thorough-brenational Harvesting Co., each year; everything grown on farm is put bark on farm, which makes it one of the best farms in Darke County; 40 acres of this farm grew 1800 buthcU of whent which was an average of over d CaloriC? Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, and all kinds of The CaloriC is the product of The Monitor Stove Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, nukcre of quality heating appliances for 101 years, and today largest manufacturers of warm-a- ir furnaces in the world. TheManufacttircr's Rtiarantre 70 degrees warmth in your home in coldest weather or money lack. Our personal pjarantcc you must be talis-JiePlace your order now for early Installation to we can give you the very beat -- J. Instinct. 8. On The thought and speech Is 823 feet high' themes, the noble hymns nnd above sea dignified niuifc, nre needed to olfsct tho slang, profanity and ragtime with which wc are daily assaulted. 9. George F. Hour said: "There U no more commanding public duty qvjrtlloolf Hunt'. than attendance at church on Sun. Mtkoulto trraUMftl el rv,m lau, lo Hincarufm, tr day, It would be imponible to main Tcllrf. Uwm liiKcKjr1Kb, te Dun't tjrd liberty or if our cauM c4br tf.etuirau UiJetl tain HmmI' Salve ha, f t churches were closed, and public wor- dreOe of ,uch rem. brvrd bun. Yttucaa't afene tmtk ship of God is to be maintained only 9, on evr Try H l ml rwk by attendance upon it." Kansas tuuat. nw rse ai STORMES DRUG STORE. Messenger. 1 Florida Is on Union. Its hljthetit spot the Levsl. the flattest state la the Repairing, KZEHA) Tin Work SEE OR PHONE SirF? 1 Crea,. W P.B.Witliams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work buthels per acre. IMPROVEMENTS One good 2 atory, 8 room house; otic wood cottage house of 6 rooms; stock barn would cost from Fifteen to Twenty Thousand Dollars; 3 silos five hundred ton capacity; gasoline engine to do ull work at barn; electric lights throughout the buildings; best fenced farm In the county. If interested, write for our free price list Ohio and Indiana farms. Hemember we tiavu over 100 farm and can suit you in any size, price or locution desired. JOHNSON AND BEATY, Greenville Ohio. It. 15 service. Haselden Bros. sffeaVlsuIBsWSeaSs The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 2, 1920. WE ARE STILL TRIMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR BUT LITTLE RENT TO PAY. CUSTOMERS Oliver Cultlrchr, $n5.00. Rldlrif Plow, $60.00. On horse wheat drills cheap. OlUer Walkln Plow., $18.50 cheap. Mailable Ranies $100.00. Steel Rantes $30. Ice Cream Freeiert Good Roofint at $2.00 per square, Galvlnlsed Rooting $0,00 per square. Reduction In everything. Silo Cutters. Manure Spreade ri cfi.p. cheap. Moful Wacom. Buggies and Harneit Mm. Monjon of New York City, l llip guctt of Mr. J. II. Conn on IHch-mo- avenue. Hilly Miller is in Louisville tMi garden flower and a six ceursc menu Mr. Jcpthn Onstott, of Shelby City wa In I.ancatcr for a few day last week attending the American Legion was served. All of the alTatr provweek. ed most enjoyable one. meeting. wn 0ller J. R. MOUNT The riKLD Q FENCE & CO. WIRE. M Deal House. AND II A 1(11 Mr. R. H. Hnllnrd of Ohio, I spendMiss Amanda 1'ullinin, of Wheat-le- y Ky., Miss Florence Acton, Mr. ing the week with Mr. and Mr. Hay-dr- n Lrnvell, on Stanford Avenue. Jones, Dr. And Mm. J. M. Arton, of recent visitor In Danville, hnve Mr. and Mr. J. II. Hamilton at. I.uncnstrr. tended the funeral nf Mr. Hamilton's Mr. Mnrthn Price Frlsbie ha re coiKin, Mr. J. P. Griffin, in Danville turned i rem n visii m relatives in Mst weak. Danville nnd in with Mr. and Mr. K.I Mr. Ilucknrr Spindle of Norfolk, Price during thu absence, of Mr. nml joined Mr. Spindle. here la- Monday Mr. F. I'. Frisble. nml i now nt the home of Mr. and Mr. Vcrdelln Rucker nnd children, Mr. R. K. MrRobrrt. Ix-t--t Chiropractic The Chiropractor ! a skilled mechanic. Normal He adjust, your ipine, al fulfilling lowing normal flow of nerve energy. Innervation of the urgent capable of and tiue render, ihem healthy and itronj and HOUSE 9 to 1 their normal function,. SIMPSON 1 A. M. LANCASTER. KY. Lipscomb Gossip About People A HtUI C& Ml Lipscomb Smith vv? Addle ( nrillu ha rerent Knml af Mm London. hrtl the In and Mr. Yireti Klnnalnl nnd I Imby, YlrKil Jr.. nave returnwl frH In South Cnro. a vieit to Iwr linn. lr Mr C. K. WIHIoiMt and ton. Cmir- week let, of Madman lnl, ipeait with Iter tetter, Mrs. J. 0. Cann and Miss John af Cincinnati i the lit. family. tractive ttuet' "f Mi Lillian Kate. Mr. and Mr. Pratmr nnd Mr, (i Y Conn of HaKimcire Md.. rhiMrw of MrCronry recently rWit.-vena til KUet of relative here thia Mrown on Hill Mr. and Mr. ()or vredt. Mintien cl the Camlnc., ind Oolnci h) Thtxt Vi Art Inlmittd In. rf"t tat Jem Caurt. Dove Harri of Danville vi.il Mr. aard Mr. J. R. Wntaor of Vtehh PMmin and Rettle Watt m mand nave bee ed Mta awrt una of Mr. 3Werduy. aad Mra. V. 0. Hexawy on Mad MlMr md Hmty I.c I Mr. and Mr. 'Itm Dann Me Mr. Oearue Y. Conn of ltaltimore tit Loxingtois. Md., unt with Mn. J. 0. Conn and Vcdnetay niicht and Mr. Itooert HVoww f Detroit, k family an wfcttttg km varani Mr. and Mr, Tbuniday. Mis Mlo mK V lie. rhtre MIm Dr. and Mr. II. C. T. Kichmund KraylettM has returned and little daughter, Mr. J. A. Arnold went wUh and MM llrunetta Arnold vpent Monfrom a vMt af day in Kkhniand m Carttafc, Xrm. Mr. Hurt 3hm Rmghmon of St. Jae h Mttaouri. Haatin Mr. Md the guest of Hill Court. Mr. P.o Dr. Stmpton ritkin, whe joined hi are la StmtmA far a vtfit to wife far a vUIt to Mb Jennie Dunrelative and friends. can, loft Tuesday tvcntoR far hi MIm KU Tfhe l$ft HMantay for harqa ia Atlanta. a mart to Iter tator, Ir. H. D. Mr. H C. Ilarnard, Mr. J. K Itolu soar ItotiMmm. imoh. Dr. nnd Mr. Siman KIkin Mm Mstymo Waltar 1mm returned ere viritor of Mr. and Mn. A. D. from a via to rotative in Chicago Caek in Danville TWday Md KtcfcntOOd Indiana. Mr. and Mr. Ware McKobarta of Tho many irvumd of Mr, Charlie Atlanta, (tearKla, are cuett of hta Mootr aro piad M VwrW toe It ! aaronta, Mr. and Mr. K. K. McKob. tot: lra hoc roeent Brno. rU. on Danville avenue. Xm-oVe- Mr. W. IS. Hall ami UI-dre- n Mr. K. C. Ilarnard. who ha been vlaUini; her aunt. Ml Jennie Dun-raleave temorrew far her home in WaaMatfuu, D. C. Mr. or from Mnyvtlte. being with Mr. Newport New Vn., where he will be Jack Adam, on Richmond avenue. stationed this winter. I Kmmu Smith entertained Intt Mi It is interesting to his friends that Saturday evening at her beautiful who ha been stationed Mr. ami Mr. W. H. Hurton left on home, at a lawn party, in Luclen Grant Wednesday for Hot Spring Ark., fcauntry MIm Maude Arnold of Stat- in IliMton Naval Yard on the Dcxtroy honor ef nd everal waek. wnure tacy wttl er Knlk, bus returned to Annapoli ion!. for a post graduate course, nt the Ijmb the M( I.uetli- Marfartl Wm Mr. Sam Harrk of LouUville, Mr. completion of which he will enter the r in Dan-UJRett af and Mr. Oeorga Harri of Atlanta, Itofton School of Technology, lire guot of their parent, Judge Mi Leona linker nnd Mr. Chnr'o Md Lwln May Kay ipent Ike week nnd Mr. K. W. Harm, . on Maple M arris both af Garrard County, were avenue. end YUk friemit and rebtWo in married nt the Danville Court House Mr. Thoma Jane af Akron Ohio, kist week by Judge Coulter. Mr. Mr. Sajier, of Dnnville, Mr. and urn vinting hi eounin, Mr. M. It. Morri i a promising young farmer Turner the first of the week. He al- of our county, while Mr. Mom i Mr. Sam Dunn and dnuchter, of Memphi Term , have been io vulted friend at Somerset and one of our attractive young women. rtoent viUur of Mr. Ike Hamilton Danville, Mr. and Mr. Jame L. Newman en tertained Major and Mrs. F. M. Davison, uf I'nlnt Lick, nnd Chnrles Ilrooks and Frnncis lluchannn, Haiti-morMd., for the dunce which the Married People 'large Club gave Thursday night. Frankfort Journal. Mia HtMte Smith returned Saturday fram a MleaaoHt viiit to Mti Hand llrura Arnold af LexuiKion. P. Brown Mr. ami Mr. Will Sinioii and arttUy nw Mr. E. V. (irow and daughter, Irene, kMKv.' o Slanfanl nvettun. Mr. J. M. Staughton, who has been are at haute after a week' viit nt spending two month with her moth Cineinnati and Hint; Mill Ohio. Mom Mude ArnoM )m rnUiml to er, Mr. 11. A. II. Marksbury, return hwti In Stanford after aevaral .Mr. J. M. From', Mr. Henry ed to Atlanta Thursday. Lieut, and 1 44a Mae II jr. Lloyd and on, were week em! visitaVy vfaft to MU Staughton Saturday for Mr. Mra. iMfr moved tout thwir mI Krrtoa Plenty of Rurfeo and Rand ConMr. Russell Turley of Winchester, cert all day Saturday at Swinehroad', who spent n few day visiting friends Auction Sale In Lancatter. in Lancaster ha returned home, Dreaming of It's had luck to drr ' di'rtie. If Mr. Preston Amyx nnd Miss Nellie , all kmd of Pearl Sullivan of Charleston, Illinois, they are deep, ll ffiru-onl) by ialfortune, IrsseiiMi m were the guests of Rev. nnd Mrs. crowing slialloH in- will rob week. Palmcter the past your bouse. Vhi, yo-iiildren groir up they vrltl he nr l i ' n If you urn Mr. and Mrs. Willie Shiflct, .Mr. In love, you'll In.- - a vi rrW with Irrtitn and Ituth, of Wllliamstown, Mr. Robert Nolnnd left for Atlanta am Fotherglll, Mr. Joe II row n and I your sweetheart It you n- In Imsl-nennd Mis Chasttne Ruekcr, of Paint Tuedny night, where he may ac- dauithtcr of Harrodshurg were the you will stiftVr li ,iv os-- .. ChiI.lck pent the day last Tueadny with ktt cept a verv lucrative position which week end guest of Mr, and Mr. Cur cago Herald and I in .'" J. (J. Conn. their Mter, Mr. ha beeti tendered him there. ti Fotherglll and family. Mr. and Mr. Clarefwe Wilder re--' Mra Kdwin Hnlley, wl hn been Rev, E. II. Ilaurlaud ha returned tnrntMl Monday night nfter a delight-- I with nor father, Cnpt. T. A. Hlkin, Mi ful viit to Mr. Wilder after a week outing nt Camp Daniel past month, left today for lloone with some of the local High1 Carrie Held nnd Mr. William White durtn the home in Newman California. Seheol boy. He will occupy the pul nnd Mr. White in Indlntmimli, Iml. hor Mr. and Mr. Robert Toater and pit at the Christian Church next Sun. Mra. Mary Karri Knglenmn nf Cat. Mr. .lame Warner of Madison and dny and invite all who will to hear In I.aanti'r, a ifornia, .Mr. Sue Jones, of Stanfard, were him. Satttrday. She hi the guoet of Mm. week end yniHat recently af Mr. ami Among the out of town people that Harri at Hublde and it lino been Mra. J. II. Witt. attended the funeral of Mr R. L Wol twenty year ainee (he wn In Mr. R. I. Hagtin entertained nt a ker were Dr. and Mr. Allen Pcnitk, delightful twelve o'clock dinner on Rev. and Mr. .1. J. Martin. Mr nnd Mr. Ceorgc MeKoberta ami little laat Saturday, In honor of her father, Mrs. Dan Hemphill. Mr. and Mr. Will dautrnter, Hetay Marparat. who have Mr. J. T. Lanvell, who left on that llrumflcld, Mr and Mr, iol n Wood heeii kBondlm; tiTnl wek with her day for hi home in Kl Paso, Texas. Mr. Rrumfltbl, Mrs. Sam M Uov el. anront. Mr. ami Mr. Jae ltnnlde, Mr. Allen McDowell and m Mi Mia l.iicill Thompson, who re. Alee Hughe. Mr. Dudley Hurhc have rvturned tn their Hamo in Covcontly underwent an operation at the .Mr. Nm .Muir, .Mr. ham liarkley, Mr in gtn. Danville Him pita I, hn returned home Paul Simpson, all of N;i An informal dance wn vivan oh and her many friends are glad to and Mr. olarille, Mr. and Mr. J. R. Walker Thuraday night nt the Triangle Club know that h ia improving rapidly. Mise Anna Mae and Ellen Wall it rctm in batHir nf Mie Ituth CarMi Sollie Etkln entertained nt Mr. Hugh Gaey, Mr. Tom Curtis, Mr rier and Ilernice Clramp of Iinentter, and dinner at her home on Richmond Phil Arbuckle, Mr. William ArhucU Helen Narllcot. gutMt of Ml all of Richmond, Ml Ressie Patten, street last Saturday evening, honor Herald. ing Dr. and Mr. W. S. KIkin, of Mr. John llaujihman, Mr. Rrnnhnm Mr. and Mra. O. C. Uueker and nin Atlanta, aad Mra, K, C. Mar aard, of Raughmnn, of Dnnville, Mr. Robert ONORATbclievcs'that Fannio D. W. Walker of Lexington, Mr. John Andrew nf Waea, Mr nhins;ton City. v.ht it worth doing it ami Mr. James Piahcr, of Soperton, Gn., Mr. Walker Itucker af Richmond north doinz well bl For example. tofne phonozraphi C. Uueker of Lexington pent last Taylor en Hurnaide, of Newelton Ijj., Mrs. C. S. Mie Ruth and are finunca on oniy tnree tiaci. Sunday at tH home uf their iter, tertained the Kpworth LoaRUe of the Collier, Fork Ridge, Tenn.. Mrs. JenYou're expected to put them Mra. J. d. Conn. MoIhmiIsI rhurrh and wist invited nie W. Cotton of Memphis Tenn., and In the corner and nat In the guoats Tuesday evening. center cf the room Sonora is lee cream Mr. D. D. Geiger, of Huntington, Harry, Mr. Mr. and Mi. Wlltfcim finished beautifully on all four and rake were served. All roerted West Virginia. tides. Itt desicn and itt cab and Mr. Henry Simwn and ilaugh-to- n good time. inetry ate extraordinarily beau Klicnbeth l.aiatn. raxitorml aver Many entertainment have been . tiful. You can tee thuC, from Lexiateton Sunday and apent Katherlue and Annie Donley given in boner of Mis Annie Ron1,. rnnttruciion it of Mie the day with Mr. and Mr U. I). Simp- of lrf Antole, California, were in ton, of Chicago, and Mr. E. P. Hal-leremarkably superior quality. son, an Kiehmaml avanue. Thitdf you are not a mechannf Newman California, during the city fur a day last Saturday and ical expert) you cm take on their stay in Mr. John were heartily greeted by their fortrutt ThetiadematkSonoia Mary The many friend af Mi S. Raughman entertained nt dinner mer Garrard friend. Those young i tout iutranlea. Arnold are glml to know that he i Indie The tone of the Sanora. tweet, left Garrard county several last week at one o'clock nt her home didriR nicely after n urgienl opera year ago mellow. en:hxntine. i a .oy of and have made good in the in Danville in their honor. Those nc. The which you never tire tlon at a Louisville hojpltal. She wn Western city. They were accompan- cepting Mr. Raughman' hospitality Sonora it the phonograph you aectimponieil to I.ouiaville by Mr. K. were Mr. W. R. Cook Mr. Jake Robied to Kentucky by their niece. Mis can enjoy for a lifetime and U Owaley and Mr. Joe Frnnci. which you. canbeprouJ.o Nolle Derdengcr and have been the inson, Mr. E. P. Hnlley, California, pomiiinj Mis Anne Royston, Chicago Mis Their friend will lie intercited to guest for several dnys of Mr. Tom Sallic KIkin Mr. S. Cabell Denny of e Afsnicsnr ptiiod mmd ypttthl know that ltev. ami Mrs. Hcrvcy Mc- Donahue and Misses Agnes nnd and Mm. Ren Hcrnilon. Donehue, near Dnnville. Dowell and dnughtcra of Gnrvville. J Misses Knte and Lillian Kinnnird Prices $60 to SlOOO'i m., have pent the month of August The Lawn Party given last Thunt-da- y gave n picture show party in honor of I very delightfully a guett of friend er-evening by Mr. George Este nnd Mi Hoyston with refreshment MRS. J. A. AHON nt their summer ham Uike Forest, '.Miss Lillian Kstes, proved very enjoy- ed nfter the show. A number of J lllinoi. able. The Rand furnished sonic very automobile parties have been given l.ancustrr. Ky. delightful music. The guest num- in the honor of Mis Royston and', Mr. and Mm. Tltainu Poynter, Mm rTb7Highest Clas$ Talking The reunion of the girl W. S. llaurne, Mh Ida Mae lluurne, bered over seventy live. Delicious Mr. Hnlley. refreshment were served. The friends of these Indies has made a MatKise in the World Mr. and Mr. John I'nderwoud of home was beautiful with dec- very pleasant tny for them. They Danville, Mr. and Mr. I). W. Dunn oration of garden (lower and Jnpcn-e- e were nnmed the "10 ct" when young and on, of Atoka, were Uie gur--t lantern. The honor guests were girl. Mr. Jake Robinson, had n ilv Sunday of Mr and Mr Lloyd llotirne Mis Mnrcelln John of Cincinnati, lightful spend the day Friday at her ami family. Misses Rerthn nnd Willie Hamilton of home in Danville und Tuesday Mr. Ml Allie Arnold, who has been Georgetown and Mr. S. E. Miller of S. Cabell Denny entertained with a It was a very delightful delightful dinner party at her home Vending the summer with her sister, Crocu. Ky Mr. Jae Francis, left Wednesday for atfair and was thoroughly enjoyed by on Lexington street. The home and table was artistically decorated in a few day visit in Louisville before 'all the guest. going to Colorado Spring Colorado, where she will again tench in the School for the Deaf, . Estclla True of McKinnry, an attractive guest of Mis Pearl Crutchflcld Inst week. MI Corn Wanted. Hudson & Farnau. pivs -- - s, lter, u rlltr Ken-tack- . M HVhatlWDbSee if 1 What You"Don!t! r. . al " Lu-cll- ! m I lft Announcement On Saturday, Sept 4th, 1 920 at our DANVILLE SHOW ROOM. - ar Kmnd-HHttlte- e. Our first 1921 MODEL BUICK will arrive, at which time it may be seen Dan-vW- e. Call and see it. We are certain you will appreciate- the Wonderful changes over the 1920 models. BUICK CARS have increased in popularity year by year e, MVII 1311 I IIIVUC and we feel certain that the 1921 model will meet with the same Public Approval as the previous ones. A call will be appreciated. jjj X g Potatoes per bushel Lemons per dozen House paint per gallon 10 oz jar pickles 2 for Good roofing per roll $2.50 .15 2.50 .25 2.75 Mr. Will Rice Anion arrived Thursday from Ronton Mas., for n months vacation with his parents. He ha Ijl been in the employ of the (lenenil Electric Company for the last two months We are always glad to wel come oar boys back to the old home town. Dr H. C. T. Richmond, of Loui. ville, was the week end guest of Mr. and Mr. J. A. Arnold. He was accompanied back to Louisville by Mr. Richmond and attractive little daughter, Roberta Katherine, who have been spending several weeks with her DANVILLE BUICK CO. W. Walnut Street . SANDERS If VARIETY STORE Danville, Ky. Cash and Carry. When better automobiles are Built, Buick Will build them. parents. 1 Tho Contra! Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 2, 1920 KINDS OF FLIES the ii window pane. TV-Ut- lli tile, it rr nut the fining or ih 'ttrjer illet. Ilint dn nut grow nfier Ik wttu h.itv oiut iMi!irii!i n'"' t unit inni (in iriuuiuiviif mi t!u ,nn Big Sale of Land HERFORD CATTLE AND OF OTHER hmuhtit nnl nnttiien mm if it snail tartt tf) Careful Observation Required to it ttw "vinegar ilj". mm li il.. r . Iiranee7 iittrn.iwl liy tht odor o VaDistinguish In I. iii IHsMwrnt FOUNDJNHOMES True House riety From Others. Inel M. S, .Ml of iTrt. fftli. tbrt PERSONAL PROPERTY ALFRED OWENS lit, u. f.t In imMhtTN by tt tin i'ii. niiinimi ItntiM My. In .itithor twuh nrtht-tlnt- i of tlx CLUSTER FLY ANNOYING timing rootirt In Hffrrent part o 'lie fmintry. mid fmiwl that tli inn Stiblt Species, Exaetly Retrtnblina limit ily mtilo ti .44 er rent nf )' Ii whole nillntM'- - m,tiivl The remit Home Fly, Dried In Deeaylnj der romiirlMtl n.)u hi , ll i'IuiI Matter and Excrement De. III); tll mention l lllhitl acriptlon of Other Sptclet. .rratly jnrlt, hnterir HATFIELD DENTIST nn fl..-i- ltt JS Office over Tha Garrard Bank. Phonet Office 5. Reildenca 370. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 4fe Exclusive. J.J.Byrne 0ptimetri.it ORIca Hour. 8 to 12 and I to S p.aa. Saturday, Sept, 18th at 10 a. m. GARRARD COUNTY, ON PREACHERSVILLE AND FALL 302 ACRES MILES EAST LICK PIKE ON DRAKES CREEK, 7 MILES LANCASTER 150 ACRES DRAKES CREEK BOTTOM, WITH THE OF PREACHERSVILLE. l-2 I'rrparnl Setenil by lh Unltnl XUIra rn.ni nr Aiitl.ultur ) MHlf tpirt DIFFERENT KINDS OF nrt fountl In hotitet. Smut' of them o rlotely ttu true limit, ily lint It niiilnt very careful nbervn Inn to illttincuUti them from It. One of the, It Hi, liltliie tinlili ily I tr. 1). It iHtiirt frttitiontly in ini, mill differ frmit tli limit. tl tl l of EGGS USED FOR FOOD DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Those Guinea Arc Highly Prized for Flavor. of REPUTATION OF "NO BETTER LAND ANYWHERE." sion Two Sett Of Improvement: Frame bungalow G rOomn and batli room. 2 porches, new Delco electric light plant; cistern on concrete base. Karate, cow house, metal roof tobacco barn GO xGO and other old style stno house with The other improvements consist of frame ell, 7 rooms, hall and .'1 porches, ne.v cistern, stock barn and other out buildings. Nice yards and line shade at both dwellings. into The farm has about 1 mile frontage on pike and will be several tracts with frontage for each tract. The purchaser can buy a small tract or just as many acres as he wants. This land is all good no waste laud on this farm. It has been well taken care of. It can all be cultivated. It is tobacco, hemp and corn land. Those Drake Creek bottoms will average 15 barrels of corn per acre any year and 1500 pounds of hemp. 50 acres in corn, 5 acres tobacco, GO .tens. oat stubble sown to clover and orchard grass, 10 acres timothy meadow, balance in Hlue Grass, orchard grass and sweet clover. A fine sugar tree orchard, 75 large sugar trees. Farm is well fenced, patent gates at pike. We will sell this farm to the "High Dollar" on good terms and for possestwo-stor- y sub-divide- Mem' Egg Are Mmt Csmmon, Al though Thote of Otner Domratlc Poultry Are Uaed Flth Eggt Are In Qreat Favor. IVrlmpt ihi itit niictn It mon nMmnly nten In ill roMtitrht or mymI in n nrlely of ,vny4 tlutn ut. xtr th I iitt.il Slntt tl,fMrtiM t nf nin.il' pn' ptfet nn tim! rnninn 'tin l'lll4ICtt tit Crt .if lMIHtl lHtltr '"it than In'tit an fiiutti.n Htni 'iiitn st nrt tuli'ti wIhi' tit'' ohtnlmtl nml ht, niueh pn'-r thlr illlni tlnvor. THrhA cs.' mlhl In ttmor rntil nr, wirti to imn xtHit. tltMHKh limy nr MH!t mi tatunloV for iHitrhUis to ! tinirh 8r--t- '' J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL OMr DIRECTOR 'it nrtlrl tif tlkt of nnl Over National Hank. Iteildence fhone 3. Otllce I'hone I.ANCASTKIt. KV. M. J. PATRICK. Kontuokv. d Paint Lick. tv Fig. t m tin Tht Stable or Biting Hou Fly. Dr. Printus Walker January 1, 1921. Don't miss the opportunity. Everybody invited to this sale and froe Uurgoo and Dinner. Don't forget the date and the Burgoo. Get busy. Look over this farm if you want to HUY LAND. For further particulars see Mr. Owens at the farm or W. K. Moss or It. II. Dover at my Danville office, or W. A. Dicker-soor George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or Dttrkt' fCtft nri ftronspr ir mr Call. Antwered Promptly Day lmHrtiitit particular tlmt It or month purtt tin foruntl for hvinc protiminfttl In flaotr limit hnt" tis Phone 317 Kifht tin kln. Thin l!y It to often mltlttkeu tin fwil npinrtntly rfMns tntit lt tin liou opl intllf lnilmtH on tin tlntnr. Int ili tlmt tHott l,i NTITK sr iHiirh Hkttl ly many Hipl nn'l LANCASTTR Miink tlmt tin bout ily ran Ml. irv now iitwl muff than farm-fl- tr Causes Much Annoyance. iiimi fit nrv till! ainncHr In rln"r Another frwjii.tit vltltiint of Iiomm Vtrthilett, thy Uar riM n f r In r'itin lurtlctihirly In the iratitf ni! full. It HirxM. tli clutter Ily. It It toniMhjit hirtr mIimt, cihm- - ru Mil f mniii In mil tlnlioiit tly, mill Itillttliiunitt . S"lli Afrtn. whtf tMrtrh rait ng It Fine Cut Flowers. tn lmprtiint Imlatlrr. tlt st ar nn-nr1 mihii nt I. iiii M. McRobertt. at f tllt'iii itmllt fur tii nt fiMxl, VETERINARIAN. fr Honaker N. fil ittrt 'itiltlottrlrlKt wlnn oVery ftt. ahi N ln r in rct"n of th 1'nltfl S'nt Tllr Jthn an THE REAL ESTATE MAN LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. tiil. way. mrt tent. l!i;t ar titll --nten. Int In n tlmlti- -' rinvfrt' Jt nr nt"1 hjr nt of nflitht htmlt of nml Iht of wlltl lilnlt. min rnlt titt rmrvnly L PREWin Auctioneer , tin hlnlt liavt Imii tt-n t !"! t SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. The Sale of the Above Farm Comes the Just After MENT SALE Fig. C A Stable Fly. liy lu covering of tine ycllowlth Imlr. Occasionally I lilt tly occur In hotiu-- t In such number at to cuute .irat no noyance. It itetn It name of "clutter Ily" from It habit of nllrtlnz In rompact Rroupt or clutters In protect-f- l cornem during cold tvcrlodt, In from It Klh rest tjx The undenljcned hereby uive warn elally thifM of tnri:en. nrt mien In Inrji qtinntltle nfter holnp preterveij ing to all persons not to tretpass upon with tall. unler the nntn. of rnvlnr lur Unds for any purpose whataver Shntl n I nnother llliitrnlln of the U we wilt prosecute all offenders t Ihe fullest extent of the law. Hunt tte of tltll iin-m- (Mlir tij2t Imi4. iImwi of lilri: TMrtlrt an nlt tt nn mn l .'i-romtnon hlehly rli!t ohlnln- -l ly tatrn wSnr they rati Hi egct of th terrapin nr eril with tho llith In tome of tin ilNhet y Lancaster. Ky, R. F D. No. 3 POSTED ADVANTAGE OF HONEY CAKES LIVE STOCK AND IMPLEjf .sb"b"pb"hb"b"bv Keep Much Longer Than Other Kindt and Are Made Without the Utt of Sugar. rvvv i and the Big Barbecue and Burgoo Dinner t' tin vBrH,rj Saturday, Sept. I8th At my home on the Fall Lick piko, 7 miles from Lancaster and 1 miles East of Preachersville. On this day I will sell the following: ONE FINE HERD OF HEREFORD CATTLE, not registered; 15 Hereford cows with calves; one registered Hereford Bull; 10 Yearling Hereford heifers; tj rupfut tour tnllk riipfula nur ttaipoonful fvl-lItuli the hntler nml hmiey tok'ellier, uilil the 'ig well henten, then the oiir milk iml the Itmir klftiil with the mIm :inil plov I take In n oliullow pan. I . rnket have the nilv.mtn; : other rates of frrth B. C. Illk-sbintlrh Innser. The follow ItiR one It 0. JI. Anderson. reeonimeniteil hy fixxl tierlalltlt of R. U Barker the I'nltitl Stutet ilepartliient of ittfrl- B. L. Keller. I'ulttire: J. C. Klzsby. i upfut buttr. H trtipoonfut ctn. Mrs. Victoria Anderson. I rupfiil hnnry. namon. Thompson and Tracy I rs H triupiHinful atn oer Honey ers and flshermen etpeclally take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips. It. L. Ellda. Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Haekler, Mrs. Emma IIiiinbothaai. Edd and .V. D. Price. y. kit-pin- - ft. Fig. 3 One of the Blue.Oettle File. on IMPORTANCE OF GOOD BREAD All People Agree rrtaln mncjot kluct It head of 1000 pound shorthorn feeding cattle; 10 Short Yearlings; 50 Ulack Face Ewes and three Bucks; one teum of I'ercheron Horses; three Percheron Fillies; one mare and colt; one extra good mare mule and some other stock. 9 IteratiM hreail It nftnn nully "Ihu tintdn tly. it linttiii in iifniylni: nlnlT nf life. It It very Important lu Vftutilf luatlor uml It, icrviiicnt. Svtral kcl)H of iiH'lnlllc cnvnltli have It cooil. People' hleat may difor liluUli It let ii I .n nn fniunl iMvatlmi fer nt to esnrtly how hreail nhotihl nlly In !iomnt. Tin Inrlmli ili hlow lntt or liovt It tliimlil t made, hut In thlt rotmtry nil nrt nirree.1 tlmt yeiml rulwil hre.nl nhoulil he llstit nnd tjMini;y, wllh n crli, tetnler, culdrn hrown rnitt, umI Hint It houli he imtty ntnl Mvveet In ilrfvor -- I'nlteil Slalit department of nitrlttilttire niicU'uorint, mon Krvvnlth rolnrl AllOlluT Ktecll-i- , Ullll'll IlltllO't iti'tly ntttntilft Hit Iioiim ily. In tht It Miraltlc M'ully a nirtliwortu. That It Should Be Light and Spongy, With Qolden. Brown Cruit. Eaerclu Intelligently. Orow )uuni;ei at you crow older bi rullliatlntt a low of kikmI. healthful. nonett iort." it touml advlru. Walk- Ins, rldltif, ronlns. la Ins: Kolf, ten nit or rriNjuet or any other mild form of exercite In the open nlr kivpa tha mutciet tuppie mid iretenta the Joints from ffliTetiiiij:, mit the lumtt with otyk'vn nnd keept the hlood from hecomlns alusslth or the ller tonld. In abort. It Is exercise and rtiht thinking that ktv, the htxly "In tune ami up In ronrert pilch." Orlaon Kwett Jlanl.-- In Chlrupi Dully Now. IMPLEMENTS Ono Deering Binder; one Cultipacker; new Mowing Machine and Hay Rako; one Farm Wagon; one New John Deere Disc Harrow; one Wheat Drill; one Smoothing Harow; nil kinds of plows and cultivators such as are found on a well equipped farm. Also household and kitchen furniure. Terms will be very liberal and mnde known on day of sale. Fig. 4 On tly Of INTEREST TO HOUSEWIFE 1 el the Qretn. Bottle Files. Mut-I.olKnvii-tHittl- lluliey tun Ik Umil Ituteuil of U'ar fur awevteiilnx rutiunK u line uruter to nuioie tho aur V facv of unythliu hurneil. Hazelwood Sanatorium For ti Trtutmtnt Tubrciiloti of ALFRED OWENS R. F. D. No. 2. Geo. Tomta, Auct. Crab Orchard, Ky. ll, or mtt ily, tin (Klc Stun li that It Mlrred with n mir t nml tlit (I'lit. ) 111 ft. a Itln rutiilh will he clear. '11iiy ImtM In ilftnyltii; anliiml nml I it. Ltwr Houm Fly. If fUtlroti art mli-kwath them Ttiir It Kllll HimllitT ifvli-i- , ttiuill rarvfully ami dry thoroughly. er than any of lliim no fur miwi tlonttl, which U Minllmti rulltsl tht I'ltfa, tliitca and niltlnt ttevsisl with "leniwr hou fly," Th "li-v- r Iioiim little tlrup of tnmey maka u pur ily" It tlUtlngulauftl from the onlluury ttcuhirly tike cake filling. lniuo fly by It palrr and nioru pulnt-i- i Ixxly. Tht) malt, which U coiumnu A little hltilng In thi laat water r than th haa lari pale that you rime your black wtucklius In a lilriu a iuui.il heller color. natcliwt at the haat ol tlm mImIoiumi. Mslntalnrd by the UftTlrlUj M) (or AntITubicuIoiit Atioi-Utiothe adequate tieitnunt tit tuber, cubili In all its lUci at Itil llJt ail. lUtet $15.0) per week, in. eluding bond, medical attention, Uundry, etc. lll,!i ground com. minding estcnilte view. Delightful turruundlnjt. Special utti for lit. u.itm inwi,, Wt.t.l pWttt.. (mi W Mil H fi.m I Outt: ttmn IjhJ The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 2, 1 920 A. J. WEDDLE'S SPLENDID 157 ACRE FARM Better known as the S. M. Owens Farm SUBDIVIDED AUCTION SALE Thursday, Sept. 9th AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP, We will tell AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE PREMISES at public auction the fine Blue Gran farm of W. H. Thurmond, containing 150 acrct and located one mile from the city limits of Danville on the Shakertown pike. Thursday, Sept 9 AT 10 A. M. Thia fine rich HanyinK Fork farm i located on the Hiistonvllle and McKin-no- y Turnpiku one mile from McKinni-y- , Kood shijijiinK point and about throe milort of Hutonilh. Close to Graded School, churche.s hanks store.--, rairVoud etc. In line neighborhood. Most all of this fertllo farm lays exceedingly well. A regular tmctor farm. Kich productive soil. Fine tobacco land. A money This beautiful farm with imposing pike frontage has been subdivided into four tracts ns follows: FOUR TRACTS TRACT NO. 1. TRACT NO. 2. Contains 35 acres with a farce twelve acre tobacco barn. Contains sixty five acres with nice brick residence of eight rooms, water and bath and lights and all necessary outbuildings. One barn 36 by 50 feet; plenty of water. TRACT NO. 3. Contains corn cribs and plenty of water. TRACT NO. 4. twenty-fiv- e acres with large stock barn; stock scales; double maker and dividend producer. Improvements consists of eijrht room dwelling, porches, etc.. nice tenant house, IS acre tobacco barn, extra larjie stock barn and a world of other outbuilding. Fine orchard of splendid variety of fruit covering several ncres. An abundance of everlasting water, well, springs, ponds, creek, etc. '2o acres in blue grans sod and balance in clover timothy, corn, etc. Thto tine farm will be subdivided Into two tracts. 127 acres with main dwelling barns, etc., and HO acres with tenant house. This sale is on the same day as the it. C. Crwsnfleld tale and will be offered immediately after his sale. Som on will have a chance to own the whole orignal farm before the sale over with as both the Cronsfield tract and this tract will be offered as a whole. This dnttdy farm in located right, up and selling in the right size tracts, cIomj to chool, churches, etc, in rtne neighborhood etc. What more could you want? You don't ftnti'em like thus one on the market everv dav. It is sure to ll ami sell right. An ABSOLUTIf SALE. JHr. Weddlo is game enough to take the bridle oir and saysc "Sell for what it will bring." Bettor look thus one over carefully and mut us there on sale day, THUKSDAY, SKIT. 9th. at 10 A. M. and pound your bid at her. You cannot go wrong on soil like this. Dinner on the ground. Terms very liberal and made known on day of sale. For full particulars, etc., see, write or phone either A. J. Weddle at Ky. or ! Hus-tonvjll- Contains 25 acres with residence and tenant house and plenty of never ONE OF THE BEST. failing water. y on one of the best pikes leading out of Danville; the place is close enough to town for children to walk in to school; city residences have already been built almost to the line of the form. The farm is rich and produces all kinds of crops prolificnlly. This farm is loc&teu This affords the man of limited means with an opportunity to purchase a farm right close to the best town and the best market on the map. The location is ideal for the man who wishes to truck garden or to engage in dairy business. TERMS Liberal and made known on day of, sale. ; e, Col. J. HUGHES AND McCARTY B. Dinwiddle on the Block, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I. M. Dunn fit Co. REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. PAINT LICK fillit e. Mis tlculah Edwards was n recent visitor in I'aint Lick. Miss l.ucy Francis was a recent visitor at Chautauqua N. Y. day. Mr. ami Mr. W. 0. Wyna spent Mrs. Verdclhi Rucker and attracSunday with Mr. Susan Lewi. tive children Iryin and Kuth. left on Mrs. Ada Kly vos a recent guest of Thursday for their home at Williams-tow- n lu r mother una" sUtor at this place. Ky., after several days visit to Mr Sarah Kucker and daughter, Mta Mr Jim Kuckor spent Sunday night other relatives. Mr Kobort Hurtle and Mrs. Kdd Chattine Flicker. with his mother, Mr. Sarah Kuckor. Michigan, aro the Mr. and Mr Joe Jamos were re- Ituckner of Dstroit. of the former' daughter, Mr. dough-te- r. guest Metal Pen Result of Accident. cent visitor of Mrs. Kly ami I). II. Shepherd. Some SO year" nco Jneph Olllltt lllrmlnc-baMr. Minnie Williams and son, was n workingOne day. heInaccidentalWe will sell, beautifully improved "Clovcrdale Farm" located three miles from DanMb Corn llryant of luiucaktvr is Ungtand. the guest of Mr. II. J. Chestnut this Chart.', of Madison, Ind., spent sev- ly split one of hi fine steel tools and. eral days with her mother, Mr. Sarah being suddenly required to sign a reweek. ville on the Lebanon and Alum Spring turnpike, at public auction on ceipt, and not rinding a pen handy, to Wodno- - (tucker last week. Mr Sarah Kuckor spent tort! ns n Milistltutr. the day with her daughter, Mr. G. M. Mr. Sam Davis cnUrtninod a few used happyspilt accident I snia to navo rhU Troadway. of Iter frionda Tuusday evening ni led to the Idea of making pen of Mix Alma Lear i at Oeoan View honor of her KUost, MiM .Minnie Kich nit'lnl. of Knoxvilie Tenn. Virginia, this week the guest of Mi Necley. Mr. and Mr Jack Davis, Mr. L. II. Davis, Mr, Sam Davis and visitor, j Mr. Anne Moberley of Itound 1 i visiting hr Mr. Mis Minnie Kich spent the day in j Lexington last Friday. KIio Fritt. ! The Huso Hall Game Saturday, Mr. and Mr K. K. Kttridgu nn-AT 10 O'CLOCK Faint Lick v. Somerset, ended 5 to 1 children have returned to Faint Lick ' Hero Is a mcsrago to in favor of Faint Lick 'from Champaign Illinois, ami taken suffering vouch, from Mr. and Mr. V O. Anderson en- room with their son, Hubert i Mrs. W. T. Trice, of Public, Ky.: This place contains 119 acres, owned by Thco Cotton, and known as the d'erman place. "I suftertained I lev. Hough and L. X. How. Mis Kdna Underwood has as her' fered with palcful...". ling at dinner Monday. house guest this week Misses Marie I she write. "I got down Seven room residence with Delco lights; The improvements arc modern and Mr. Henry Ledford of LouUvillu U mid Klixabvth Croley, Mae Steely and. with n weakness In ray lack and llrr.ln...! Mr. llernico Ilird of "Williamsburg, Ky, j the guest of hi felt tolplcss and dismodern stock barn and twelve acre tobacco barn; tenant house and all other necessary out- and Mr. Lennder Ledford. Mr a. ml Mr. George Moody and, couraged.. I had about given up hors rf ever Misses Minnie and Maude Conn of family of Kingston, Mr. and Mr. . being well u, 'n. when buildings. The prize corn of Boyle county was grown on this farm for a number of years by bincastcr ipent Friday night with Green Ward and family were dinner a friend Irt ted I Miss Chustine Kuckor. guilts of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wynn. , their aunt, Mr. M. F. Cermann. He also raised the highest grade of tobacco, hemp and other crops. Mr. It, H. Montgomery entertainTake Mr. and Mrs. Orville Itoone left ed several friends last Wednesday In Tuesday for an extended visit to rcl ' The land is rich; well located in one of the best neighborhoods in the county, and the man honor of Mr. John llrown of Louis- atives at Klchmond and Maysvtlle j Sale Mr and Mrs. Legsdbn, Mr. and Mrs M. freauwa' arm Mrs M.nnie Wilwith Mr. and Mrs. liams pnt Sun-aHoyd Wua. Mi Kmma Burchcll has returned home from Fort Scott Kansas, nftor Severn! week viit with her brother, C. L. Hurefcell. Mis Minnie tleh has nrturnod to her home In KmxviUe Tenn after n pleasant visit to Mrs. Sam Davis and Let (. S additions to the church. account of the wreck between R.cnmond ar.d Pink, all paw oncer trains and some freights were run over the Rowland and Richmond llrnnch, Friday, Saturday and Sun-- i only " i Saturday, Sept 11 Very few farms of this type, both as to lands and im- 1 111 grand-daughte- r, Women grand-parent- who gets this place will never regret it. ville. Mis ing I While at Mnysvllle Mr. Hooue will at ! provements, arc on the market even in these days of land selling. Ida Hrumtlcld of near who i organist for the meetthu guest of Miss Kinina 11 Nleh-olasvil- lc ll. Mr. Webb Faulkner ami daughter, Parties desiring to look over the premises, may do so by calling on Mr. Cotton on the farm Ktta. of Hloomington, 1ml? were the guests of Mr. II. J, Chestnut the past or by applying to the undersigned. week. I. M. Dunn & Co. REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS. Minnie William and son are spending several day with her brother, 0. C. Kuckor ami family at Mr Waco. Stowo of Camden O, I the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mr. Lcandcr Ledford and other re- Mr. Virginia lative. Mona Chastccn of Austin Ind, hero for a visit to der parent Mr. and Mr. Lennder Ledford and other I Mr. r DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Our Auto At Your Service. relative. tend the fulr. Mis Chastlne Kuckor, Mrs, Ver delia Kuckor anil children, Mr. Mm- j nio William and son Charles, spent, Wednesday with Mr. and Mr. J. ( Conn near Ijincnstor. , Mr. It. IL Ledford has returned Little Robert Led from Richmond. ford who ha been In the Gibson Hos. pital for three weeks was ablo to bo brought home Sunday. Mr Hurnum Ledford has purchased something over 100 acres of land olT the Wado Walker farm ut Manse, price $300. Mr. Ledford will build a handsome brick bungalow. Th services at the Christian church are well attended. Uro. Haugh I delivering some very Inter-eMr- g tv there have fUta rtrmar.t. T -' Tht Woman's a short wb:!j I Tonic I tegan Card? I. ere- oruggUU. appreciate hat it Deans to bo strong and vtlL Thousands of wo sen give Cardul tha credit for their rood health. It should help you. Try CarduL At all E-- 73 along, and it cured me. I am stouter tttn I have been In ycrs," If you suffer, you can I marked stronger uUfferenco. ttv . a , rlftt In Tho Contral Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 2, 920 1 "Fsther of the Automobller title wa Riven to (lottllrl Palmier, whn contracted the flra faaotlne ciiclne ntitoroolille. Thl Ntver Chanae. men nre like phonoernph evnrtly the every ttnjr tary mil Mine record Home H-- HOUSEKEEPERS TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, NAPKINS, SALE SHEETS AND Corn Wanted. HuJton & Farnau. Efficiency! Reward. Kfflrtency, like virtue, ha to he Jt Everybody U invited to Swtne-brna.l- 't own reward and when n man due a ! In Iwincattar neit bif nv anybody ell everylmdr big J't could have done It.- - Olio Htnte Jour- - Saturday. Muilc nd Ilurioo all day. nnl I i : I GnSarrattlng. cnllfr Orron Mnlil (nnrumtirlne told "I'lrn'o. mum. I thl the lady ut toy rnr nlwny to ny you wn. ya BED BLANKETS AND COMFORTS I ' Holme. .. Silver Mlnta. No Common Sent at OatUtt. The bureau of mine ttate thai I a good piece of fumlttiri there nre no llver mine In Kentucky. ... . Science . .- .- ....... ror a man 10. nave hi uhm There la an old lesend which prevail e ot throunhout the country rep inline liwt ber provided he haa common the ground floor. Oliver Wendel liver mine In that atnte, but there (a uiit rM.HilnnfnrH. HoMon Troncr1pt. Quit a Snd-0IT- . I'mm nn Kucllnh Ilev. H Thnmn will preach hi farewell wr. The rholf rtion nn Sunday neit. will render nn nnthi'tn of Joy and lly rompoMil fur tlmlikslrln? tin ocf4ton. Iiolon TrwiM'-rlp- ' iht: SHEETINGS Thi Way of a Man. If a man'a cir I on time every day for a month he accept the ervlc with a cront. If It li Inte ten minutes one ilny he throw n conniption lit of dlatlfactlon nnl want to overturn eomethlnit that I richt ldo up. Toledo lthde Tha Qeddrii Vaita. wa the codde of the noma and fire, nnd her temple wn the nldet In Home. It cnntnltied no Imnce of ' the codde. hut had n lire which wn rekindled hy frlrthm on the Itotnan ; New Vc.tr nnd nttended contantly hy the vctnl tercln. SEPTEMBER 1st to 15th. During this Sale we will offer our entire stock of I'tica. Mohawk and Wearwel! ready made Sheets and Pillow Cases and Sheeting and Pillow Tubeing by the yard at very special reductions. It will pay you to look over your supply and buy your needs for this season during This Sale. BED BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. We are showing an excellent line of Bed Blankets in Cotton, Woolnap and Wool at all prices from $5 a pair to .$20, and Comforts with cotton filling and with Wool Filling at all prices from $3.50 to $1S. Prices are lowest possible but to induce early buying we will offer special reductions during This Sale. TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, ETC. Most of our stock of Linens are being sold at retail at less than present wholesale prices, but during Tin's Sale we will offer a special discount on all Table Linens, Napkins, Table Sets, Maderia Napkins and Cloths, Towels. Crashes, Etc. Two special lots of Turkish Bath Towels, in large size and heavy qualities at 55c and 69c. New fall tailored Suits, Coats, Silk Dresses, Wool Dresses, Waists, Sweaters, Petticoats, etc., are coming in every day now and we are always glad to show them. Vtn j Orchio Hunters. Not very Ions hb m New York man. traversing a Veuetuetmi foret on an , txptorlnc expedition, mine uimiii n hut . wherein were found three human of dead or-- ' skeleton and thounmd chid plants. Krom between the tlba of one of the skeleton crew an orchid of rare beauty. The three had evidently tieen mur- dercd. ' of Nina Pont of the Law. It ha heen nald thnt ueec In llttcntlnn require n cimh! ilenl of patience, n Rood deal of money, n eood enue. n good lawyer, a pxel counsel, rood wltnesse. a cod Jury, a good Judce. anil, Inst hut not leat, irood luck. Itut the anylnc I nully n part of the proverb which n y thnt I nine point of the law," nnd that anybody welcome to the tenth If they can ret anything out "n-elo- It. Ancient of i:tru.e.in civic miieura nt Corneto of the Xecmpoll of Tr-quln-ll and consist of three teeth, or, more properly, four abutment attachments and three supplies, the attachment being cold tine nnd the teeth upplled belnc the central lnclor and bicuspids. The two central Incisors re made from a tingle ox tooth grooved down to give It the appearance of two upper central Indiora. Interetlns specimen lentltry la now In the . Oentlitry. A. B. ROBERTSON ft BRO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Makf Addrei Sure. Greenland. Wlen wrapping macailnea for tha i named because of malt, the lmMirtant thine I Orcenland wn In make the mantle of mow. graae, unrobe ure that the magazine and Ita wrapind tlowerlnc ptnnt which cover It In per Ijty til not part company. rummer, lltemlly making It a "green ronl leiictliMtue lnble the micatlms n.i and after Kenllnc and addretnj; tha wrpMr. tie the cord once the Ion That It, Some Men. wny ntnl once around the middle of marriage a man hn been the roll, Ilefore known to declare hlmelf unworthy of e hi sweetheart' love, nnd after Thought Ha Mad Trr atura Trovac of hla to pend about Harry l.ee, a necro laherer, helping 'hlenro New. time proving It. to pull down an old residence In unearthed a metal hoi about String Holdtr. . A convenient trtns holder may h a foot In diameter, ev.ctnntly re' moved the ntty lid, and found lnld . .. I. i i. .... . .. i lll.iiii- - in n iiinii iiiiiiii'i iiiiiii( hi n iir a anrk cidna, ner of a kitchen. A hnll of Mrln ilattol In cnt4lnlnc revrral old eightthe rnrly Iirt of the nbiMild te put In tin funnel, the loot eenth century, and iunld flint. tliroucli the ronl extendlnc tern. Won by tht Sloweat Apoitle.Sp9on." At Hnlnt lloud. I'arla. there wu rnlliil alv once a novel cycllnc race. The count lx(.iti," silt pooii Khen by waa laid down a very tcep hill, ant the Kixiior, or 'coIh." to n child the mutettnn! who came In lait waa They were ao declar.1 the winner at It rhrl'ienlnjr. llrake wera railed brtniue rarh HMin had a flmir pnihlhlteil, and rider were not peron the handle. of nn mitted to '! foot on the ground or to tack the ciiire. Modern Girl. Clay Center phyitclnn ent the Untirth Tombitora of 1769. ottle art r I out to do rnllectlnc. acronl-InThe tombtone of "Johnathan. aj to the .She wa bnck In nf Kobert and IXher I'lume. ilecmd le than an hour with a rlne. a mar- December Id. 17W." wa uneurthwl by riage ci'rtlflrute, n mnn. and ft, nil of workmen evcaiatlnc for n ewer conwhich he bad collecte.1. Kana City nection In llranforth plaiv, It Star. I known that durtnc Itevnlutlonary day a cemetery wa located In thlt vicinity. Slanlflent RapHb New York Kvenlng Mall. j On certain fete day In norne parts 9f Itrlttany the marrlaseahlu BlrU A "Pig" In tht Bed. In red -- ttlciat with white or Many onl In everday u hava , fellow border around them. Tha quite another men nine In remote cornumber of border denote the portion ner of the country An miction la a the father I willing to clvc hi daughdirty or untidy place; and onie ratter Kach whlto band denote lf) you that they frane jer nnnum; ench yellow band tle, when uiiHI. tell or plccy a feel .tHHlfnl " A H I rejiresent franc a year. bottle hetiru the atory of I the traveler wlio returned to dvltlra-Ho- n Vain Warnlnsi. wltli a tale that In Northutuler-lan- d An eminent tor maiMU-r- r tell the nnie nlrit wllh a ptc til th Mory concemla; a tlervymaii and Wi bed for warmth lmdon Kipre. actor nn. I'r..ir to hi coins on tha atace the fattier wrote to the ulatiacrr. Rubbr.Uilng Inatcta. Myitis. "My n. John, ha threatened When I'ara ruhlier tree are tapped, to po on the Mace, nnd I want you to the cum run flop film." Iluwever .Wily after-war- after attrfeticd aha pecle Into rervptaclea and black the ton did 8 "i the 'tBce. ant I aecuttnmeii to cutof larca out piece of and the manner ihm oc Mm on the rubber nnd carry them away, r di.r. aikcl how hi tmik It Iteea alo flnd u for India rubber, "1 hae not .en him" - a the reply, and aome rteec In South America "but he take Mine m'-r- et In roe, actually that becauv) whenever nnv netor I charred produce cut th bark of tnIn order with a crime he underline the rejuirt to cnuae relnou aubvtance a tlow nap. The rum of It In th newipaivr anil tenda It l emp(oel hy of the the tier a a ready-mad- e to me." wax for their mnr-rtnetwo-thire, d" flf ".potle)n., e a"tle ari p Ilitrh. Nerk. ap-pe- nr 0l 1 hot-wat- - net. PUBLIC AUCTION I have been employed by the heira nt law of Tom S. Ballard, deceased, to sell the Real mile from the Wallaceton and Estate owned by him at the time of his death, situated about ExecntorsSale As executor of the estate of Mrs. W. L. Todd, deceased, the highest bidder, on I Paint Lick Turnpike, and about 3 miles south east of Paint Lick, adjoining the land of Robert Bodkin and James Guinn. Contains about 160 Acres. will sell at Public Auction, to 160 Acres Monday, Sept 13th AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M., by-bi- WEDNESDAY I SEPTEMBER 15th 1920 At 10 A. M., on the premises near the Residence of the late W. L. Todd, deceased, the foil ow- mg property; 180 Acres Blue Grass Land. Situated on the Paint Lick and Wallaceton Pike in Madison County, Kentucky, two miles north of Wallaceton and three miles south of Paint Lick. about Thirty acres of this is fertile Bottom Land, and one hundred and fifty acres in Blue Grass on the premises described we will sell to the highest and best bidder without reserve or d on liberal terms the land above mentioned.. .This is good purchasing land and will be sold well which has not been plowed for fifty years. This farm is a good money maker. worth the money. It has not changed hands in the past 25 or 30 years, and has been allowed This farm has good dwellings, two tobacco barns, out buildings, fences, well watered mostly to remain in grass. in good condition. Possession will be given January 1, 1921. Seeding privilege given at and IMPROVEMENTS consist of a good frame residence, five or six rooms, a good stock once. nnd tobacco barn, and other small outbuildings, and farm is well fenced and in a high state of SECOND TRACT Forty-si- x and one-haacres of mountain land in young timber, adcultivation. joining the C. B. Blythe farm on the Berea and Wallaceton Pike, about two miles west of Berea. e 1 Shorthorn cew and calf, 1 Shorthorn We will the land into tracts of 25 to 100 acres, and will sell to suit the purheifer, 2 years old; 1 rubber tire buggy; 1 set chaser. Remember that this is good land and that it will be sold absolutely the way it brings buggy harness; 1 $50. Liberty Bond, Fourth Issue. most money. Any one desiring to look over either of these tracts of land before the day of sale will G. B. Todd or James Todd, Paint Lick, Kentucky, er J. L. Gay, Berea, Kentucky. d THE TERMS will be cash on Jan. 1st, 1921, and the remainder in one, two, call on TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. three and four years. If you wish to see .this farm before the date of sale the tenant new en the This Property will be sold, Rain er Shine. Estate Must be Settled. place will shew yeu areund, and the undersigned will be glad to go with you at any time. lf sub-divid- one-thir- J. L. GAY, Executor. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. COL. JESSE COII, Auctioneer. urea; ky. Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. rin HEAR TMiBTrrmsT LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 2. 1920. at NUMBER 23. HRYANTSVILLE Dr. II. C. Itose made n business GUY. Mr. Tom Jone of Akron, Ohio wns week. Mrs. Kobert Ynter visited Mr. William Grfgg Wednesday. Mr, ami Mrs. Kobert Griggs spent the past week in Louisville. Mrs. A. N. Miridn nnd Miss Ver-ti- e Turner are on the sick list. Mrs. Miley itcnzley spent the day Wednesday with Mr. J. L. Ynntis. Mr. nnd Mm. George K. Ynntis of New York, are visiting relative here. Mis Ella Mite of Savannah, Ind., Is visiting her sister, Mr. and Mrs. HOMER SENATOR WARREN HARDING S. AT CUMMINGS trip to Winchester week. thefirst of the with friends here lat and A. II. Messrs. C. M. Dean Swope attended the Lexington Fair Monday. Mr. ('. M. Denn bought a pair of mules from Mr. Willo Couttcr for $115.00. h OUR LIST IS BEST FLOUR BEST MEAL 1 Mrs. L P. Drown of Plncvlllc is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Ilroaddus. Mr. W. K. Davis spent SaturdaV with his mother, Mn. Hello Davis at Sulphur Well. Tom Yantls. Mrs. II. II. Perkins, of Middlesbo-r- o Auguit Records and lots of Hawaiian now Mr. Iiwrenrc Kunclls has the tyIs the guest ft, Hello Tomilson. of her sister, Mr. phoid fever at the home of his sister, In stock. .Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Miss Lucy Trumbo, of Lancaster Mrs. C. It. Henry and children hare Mrs. Is iiting her grand. mother, been the recent guests of Mr. Wm. Jake Trumbo. Clark on the Lexington road. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis entct-tame- d Mr. ami Mrs. Kobert Iiyton were Tuesday Iter. Holder nnd Kcv. visitor Wednesday night, of Mr. nnd Clark at dinner. Mr. Alex Ijiyton of McCrcary, Miss Mary Adams of Nicholusvillc Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward, returnOF LANCASTER. week of was the attractive guest last ed Friday from n visit to Mr, and Mr. C. M. Dean. Msr. Kobert Ward of Kirksville. Capital Miss Mamie Italian! has been quite Mr V It. Henry attended the Deill nnd her Tunny friend with her n dication Sunday of the Gilbert Creek Roll Bank speedy recovery. Baptist Church on the C. 0. Koad. Mr. and Mrs. William Lear of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker were t. J E. STORM ES. H. DENNY. President A spent the week end with Dr. guests recently of their daughter, Mr. C. M. THOMPSON. Teller. ar-S. C. DENNY, Cashier Mrs. II. C. Kose. and Mr lt.oy Prather of McCrcary. PAUL ELLIOTT, Individual Mis Stella Price Herring of Mr. C. It. Henry nnd two Interwas the attractive guest last HUGH M0I1LEY. General Dook Keeper. esting children spent Monday with week of Mrs. Flornnce Dalian). Mr. John Henry of, the Fnlls Lick WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Mr. and Mr. Jessie Mcrshon. road. Messrs Terry and Jessie Hogan are G. B. Swinebroad, Alex II. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Storrr.es, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tankersley, of the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. the Kirksville road, spent Sunday Denny, A. T. Sander. Dr. V. M. Elliot. Director. C Kennedy. with her parents, Mr. and Mr. A. N. Mim Margaret Uobinten returned Merida. h ne Moi.day after several weeks Mesdanies Mnrcu White nnd Miley Hill and Mr Morr.s Calico were re. s'.ay with relative In Versailles and GUNN'3 CHAPEL. Ileaxley were visitor Tuesday of gurst of Mr. and Mrs. cent Lexington., their mother. Mrs. John Ilroaddus of MeCulley Mr. and Mr Forest Stapp. of Mr. and Mrs. Joan W. Hrynnt and HyntUv.llc. were here Sunday K. H. Chandler. e( Mrs. Fannie Iiryant Mr. and Mr were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Kay of Jud-so- n Mi lleulah May spent tfce week Lancaster and Mr. Jkn Land motar-e- guest of Mr. and Mr. Sam Farley, visited for the day Tuesday, Mr. to ilardntctwn aecertianing Mr. at Nicholasville. end with Miss Annie May. and Mrs. Tom Doolln and Mr. nnd George Teater home and spending the Mil With Kay spent Thursday Mrs. Oscar Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Moreland, Ml Meek end. mitht with Miss Hessle Tenter. Mr. and Mr. Martin Adams and Amy Dawes, Dr. II. A. Dawes ami Mr. Allice Kay and Miss Kuth Mr. H. A. Dawes, Jr., were in Lexing- little sons, Joshua nnd Hilly, of Louis Mr. ami Mr. Willie Matter have Kay are with Mr. Cordelia Davw. ton Wednesday. ville, were guest Monday of Mr and been guest of Mr. and Mr. J. It. Mr. Elbert Teater arrived home Spark. UryanUville school opened Mon Mrs., James Ynntis. week an extended tay in Forest last day with good attendance. Mr. Dock Mer H. M. Kurti and Center Wyoming after Stapp delivered ome cattle to Miller as principal nsisted by Misses Wilma and Stella Henry. Ilru. Monday. How liland Cat Nam. Mr Dock Simpon hat old tae reAntlpodt Island, not far from Nei Mr. and Mr. Chas. Kankin nnd lit Zealand, thus named because It I tle son, Cilen Pershing Is the guest sidence he now occupies on Fifth St. directly oppoalte to Ixtndon. In Klchmond. thi week of her parent. Mr. and" Mary Lee Kurtt wa a guest Ml Mrs. Hen Hamm of Somerset. of Mi Mayme Stapp In Lancaster. Friends will be glad to know that Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mwry Ellen Farley, formerly of Mr. and Mr. Hush Mobeny were this place has accepted a position nt guest of Mr. and Mr. Harvey Teat-e- r Item-Shinnd Co. at Lexington, in for the week end. the millinery Dept. Whittakerl Mr an,! Mr. Herbert Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrns Turner and and children and" Mr. John Land were' Ache, psina, nervousness, difli mean son. Vorls. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner culty in urinating, often in Kichmond Saturday. and daughters. Misses Kuhy and EliMr. W. II. Kay and Mr. J. M. serious disorders. The world's zabeth, of Decatur, III., Is the guests raaaedy for kidney, liver, standard Anion have returned from a delightof Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Ilroaddus. troubU ful vacation pent at Crab Orchard, j bladder and uric and Mr and Mrs. Hugh Tomilson, Mr. Miu Inet I.and a a guest of Mr. " MEDAL and Mrs. Hallett of Toledo, Ohio, reIva and Mr. John Land and Ml turned home Thursday after ten day Wednesday and Thursday; Hollon stay with Mr. and Mr. U. U. Cunnight. ningham and Mr. Itelle Tomilson. Kichmond, Miss Hessle White, of bcinc quick rtif and cd.n waii oS Kcv. 0. S. Conant and family will who ha been assisting Miss Thelma dttjlr iIihuh. Kaown a tb ntionl with the school here left ttnJy i( Holland far mot than JtN move to their home in Wilmore, Simpson siits. which they have "purchased recently Alt druccists, in thi. year. Saturday. LoJk t tU MM CU .l M IIHT kM The many friends of the family reMr, and Mr. Moberly of Kound gret to give them up who have been with us during the last three years. All Kinds of Feed. McRoberts Drug Store Oats, Hay, Clover and Timothy Seed all at fair prices. Coal, Salt, Cement, Brick. Rocl, Sand and THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Honor Surplus $50,000. Viee-Pres- Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Ijin-enst- Book-keepe- J r. Un-cast- er I.an-cait- er d Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Konnle Hop-pe- r were Sunday visitors of Mr. ana Mrs. William Sutton. Mrs. T. Hice nnd daughter. Mis Curlyn and Master Kobert Leslie of Kichmond returned home Friday after a visit with Mr. Carrie Davidson. Mrs. James L. Yantis and son, Herschel, attended the Casey County Fair at Liberty last Thursday and Friday returning home by Danville, Saturday morning. Mesdames Carrie Davidson and William Sutton were hosts last Friday evening at n G o'clock dinner, honoring Mr. nnd Mrs. George K. Ynntis, of New York. visitor here. She was accompanied home by her brother, Harry Kice, who spent the week end with his home folks. '. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. Miss Zchn Kicc motored from Kichmond Saturday and was an attractive Chronic Insomnia. woman," observed Mr. Ilenrj Peck, "U never so sleepy nt night as when she hear Friend Husband fun bltnc at the front door keyhole, ani sever so wide awako ss when lie li trying to tlpum up the stair. American Lesion Weekly. "A tu SLOW DEATH GOLD DOWN AT SCOTTS BIG STORE Granulated Sugar PER BUCKEYE Delayed Whittakcr Mr. nnd Mr. Herbert nnd son were in Kichmond Saturday. Mt Geo. Kay sold u horse to Mr. Edenton for $130, and eight head of cattle to Center llros. Mr. nnd Mr. T. S. Plerntt were guests of Iticlimond relatives Saturday night and Sunday. THE UNIVERS AL'CAR The Ford One Ton Truck it a profitabl-"lca- st of burden" and surely hat the "right of way" in every line of business activity. For all trucking purposes in the city and for all heavy work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck e with its manganese bronze and 'every other Ford merit of simplicity in design strength in construction, economy in operation, tow purchase price, stands head and shoulders above any other truck on the market. Drop in and Ict'sUlkitovcrand leave your ordcrforone. worm-driv- $150 100 POUNDS Mr. and Mr. Kebert Ilroaddus entertained a number of rentives and friends to dinner on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Picrntt of Kichmond were guests of their son, Mr. and Mr. T. S. Plerntt Wednesday. v Miss Christine Morford of spent last week with Miss Ethel Kay and Sallio Lou Tenter, Nicho-lasvill- Dry Goods, Shoes, Hardware and all other goods in same proportion. Come and get our prices. Haselden Bros Garage. We are not interested In any cars, except the rord. -- ir: Messr. L. M. Crutchlleld and S. N. Morford, of Nicholasville wcro visitor at Uuckeye Friday and Saturday. Mr. Phil Prather and Mrs. Gertrude Prather have re' turned to their home In Illinois after a visit with relative here. Mr, nnd Mrs. Forest Curti and family, of UryanUville spent Wednesday with Mr. Hiram Kay and family and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. lUy. grand-daughte- TOE Mr. Dave Lonjr entertained at dinner Saturday Misses Christine Morford, of Nicholusvllle, Ethel Kay, Sal-li- e Lou Teater, liernlce Uroaddu and Mr. Nora Teater. A. T. Big Store Scott & Son, Props. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 2, 1920 SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th BIG DAY IN LANCASTER AN ALL DAY SALE FreeDinner-BrassBsn- REAL ESTATE IN AN ALL DAY SALE d LANCASTER AND SURURRS Free Dinner-Bra- ss Band Money and Presents Given Away. AT Money and Presents Given Away. . INVESTIGATE THE PROPERTY. DWELLING HOUSES, BUILDING LOTS FOR DWELLINGS, BUILDING LOTS FOR HOUSES. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY REAL ESTATE IN LANCASTER AT YOUR OWN PRICE. THE DER OF SALE WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON THE PUBLIC SQUARE AT 10 O'CLOCK. No. 1 . THE TOMLINSON LOT, ON BUSI-NES- S OR- porches hot water furnace, electric lights, bath and toilet, double garage, wood shed, coal bouse, stock barn and large lot, with good garden, nice front yard .concrete walks, alley in the rear of the lot. This is one which will bear close inspection. Modern and up to date in every particular. The dwelling is built of the very best of lumber. Don't fail to look this one over before sale date. Some of you business men who have been renting get busy. Some of you who have been loaning vour money at six per cent buy this lot. build on it and make twenty-fiv- e per cent on your investment. NO. 2. A SPLENDID BUILDING lot fronting on Paulding Street. This is the lot purchased by Kinnaird Brothers from Mrs. Hamilton, but it was too good a lot to put a garage on. Frontage on Paulding Street of 56 feet, with depth of 120 feet Splendid for a dwelling, business house or apartment house. NO. 3. THE LACKEY PROPERTY on corner of Danville Street and Paulding Street A brick residence of five rooms, hall and basement. Also several good building lots. A dandy place for an apartment house or to build several bungalows, or buy it all and have the most desirable building lot in town. NO. 4. THAT SPLENDID DWELLING of A. . Sanders on Danville street; on the North side of the Street. A new 10 room dwelling. 2 stories, 2 halls, 2 Public Square and corner of Lexington St. Lot fronts on Public Square 45 feet, on Lexington Street 40 feet. This is the best lo for a business house in Lancaster. 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, modern and up to date. 10 rooms, bath room, basement, water works., electric lights, hot water heat, 2 halls, concrete porches, servant's house in yard garage, poultry houses and, yards, barn and splendid garden, one acre of land. NO. 6. HOUSE AND LOT OF Henry Moore, on Crab Orchard Street. This is a brand new, up to date, S room dwelling, bath room, pantry, 3 porches and splendid enclosed sleeping porch, electric lights, water works, double garage and other out buildings. S5 ft. frontage, 200 feet depth. On the South side of the street. This is a beautiful place t 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 fi room dwelling, 3 porches, 2 pantries, basement; barn. The other a lot 50 x210 feet, 6 room dwelling, hall, 2 porches barn; meat house. This property is located right up in town convenient, and no matter what it brings on sale day isboun 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. 1 NO. 8. HERE IS A GOOD ONE. Modern and up to date in every particular. Located on one of the most desirable residence streets in Lancaster. On the South side of Richmond Street. The property of Airs. 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. Airs. 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. 1 5' acres, one mile' from the City limits on New Danvile pike. A brand new six room two story dwelling, two porches, cistern, garage,' new tobacco barn. 7 acres in grass, balance in cultivation. Good cistern and plenty of stock water. This is first class fertile land. Here is your chance to get a nice home close to town. Look it over. All of this property will be sold on easy terms and for possession some of it at once or for January 1, 1021, just to suit the purchaser. Terms and particulars as to possession will be announced at the sale. Bard 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 AINU ULSUKIBIINU I rlbob UlfftKCW l rnurtK I ico. THE REAL ESTATE MAN. SWINEBROAD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 2, Bride of an Hour D7 ALVAM 1 920 3 FROM RHEUMATISM rcllnl la Cat can dii-ea- AT LAST, RELIEF Now la An Time Rid of Ita Tnrturai, I AUCTION SUE OF LAND AND PERSONAL PROPPMh 'il n-- J. GARTH ERTY Of JANES H. WEAVER . til), .i lip ( 11 wicra Itlnt ng aiii'n Ilii-il.'- tlif iI.iIIim. mm'M'jm mi lit-- r Friday, Sept 10th, 10 O'CLOCK. !!) u i 'I'li'n lirlm of ilny ntntil to lnfue I IT WI nllllT ll" llf llfi ilmirlfu in tin lil'Himjr nrnn of Juno Inti'fn-i- f ih, it nlr like witif. n liriw nf J.iy. CIMll, IIIIKil.HM foot, UII'IlT flMM i i"Hinf ttnTr Minii'' . utiiitliil lilliliilv In kiii.i2 Mill Ail!. Tin Nwif mo I Klictimatiim Ii more than a mere local iliionler confined to the locality of the painful parti. It cannot he ruMicil away, became It Ii a decpjcatril iliieaie that hai its source in the blood lupply. The million i of little ir that cause the ilueaie must be rcuchcJ and eliminated from the blood before real relief be liad. S. S. S. lia Iieen iuceenfull tied for Klieumatiim for mote than fifty yean. It U the inoit thorousli ami reliable blood reme-il- y beeaiiie ft icarchei out an l eliminate! the diicaie KtrnnwhicU infeit the blool. I'or free expert medical advice reitaruintt your own eac, writ.t fully t Chief Helical Advii.tr, bwift Laboratory, AtUuU. , nii'1 Mil Imn-l- Tihciy li.i 1 miufnrt. hi linil inor intii Hit iitltMi world. .She linil only ilrrntnM iif grmt lmlli, hihI Lfiulit if clihjttry. ii ii. I tluliliu' nml iiimt kfinwii luxury, nml DC on OF FINE LAND, WELL LOCATED. LOCATION In Lincoln County, 5 miles from Lancnstcr, 6 milei from Stanford, 9 mile from Danville; 3 of n mile from Lancaster and Danville Pike. On good iiraded gravel County Road leading from Lancaster and Danville pike to Lancaster and Stanford Pike; 1 ' i miles from Hubble and in splendid neighborhood, close to school and Churches. New two story 8 room dwelling with 2 halls, 2 IMPROVEMKNTS 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 all 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 size 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 sell 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 sows; 35 shoats, weight 50 pounds; 1 aged mare mule; 1 family marc; 1 new Fordson tractor, mowing machine; hay and with gang plows, double rake; manure spreader; 2 wagons; wheat drill, corn planter, plows, wagon gears, etc. 4 horse power International Rnsolinc engine, ensilage cutter; corn crusher, belts, etc; outfit complete; 6000 tobneco sticks; household and kitchen disc-harrow culti-packe- r; 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-broa- d at my Lancaster offices, W. E. Moss or R. H. Devcr at my Danville offices, or I liu'i' mi l 'lk, iiml mitlin, of H ili'li nil tlii ilnxzlttl Iht Ih'wII'IitiiI "Idii in lu iilliliil tliriHigli IIh- - wihuI liinil TIhti" it ii twit rcnitlillc ii Miin or hhiiv nf jhti'iii. on Mill II l'lcil.-- i Ill.lll lltl'l f.'lniili. n ttv niiinit" Willi n riill nf ni.uiiiM rlpt nil. I l.f.iii'l IiIiii two ini'ii imiiiliuliitliii: n mmim; (ileturv rmiii'ni. " ulmiilly Iiml Mn uiipcnriil, m iir'tr" wa her run gnv nnd Intuit) Ii a i'i'ry iihmiiIkt nf that romp nf ln'lr ntirntiwi tiinn A liuly fitu!tlf!y In Iht nttlri"!, wl'li ii twtvt l limine far.' ran ti - i her wltli mitMri'tWi'il iM'l' (iiniiu- liiiinN. "Vim iliur. ili'llrloUH Utile rrwt- i in-- " Im h crli-il- . ynii ilnipj""! 'miii i!.i cltmil? Oh. Mr r.rnclnn'"' fell. iill.il liack tn tin- - crimp, "Ikth In Jiiiir niliJiTt fur tin I nr. tn lrnli nil miily in nrtli-- r Tlnila "yuti ntiiliT'liiiiil. iln ymi nut? V nri niovio nriM. nml fur inliiiiifi' iicllne n I Mm illriH't wi ii Ifii ilollar colli pli-ikIihII Ii jniirn.' Tln yiiiine limn -- umiimmil a .Mr i Iiml llppruurliitl. Ill ri'Siinltil TI111I11 with IntwH. "Tin- - ilianu-li- r ri'iisrli in I imi yi'iin iiMit In tin- wlii-next li upfirV In alil. "Sn J. i' will iln inure lliati lliii-lfur tin' rl inmli'l. Itnlrtn't Iht, Mr. Wylic, ti'l wi will miiki' tin1 iilrturi'" nliy, iimfiiiil, Half TluiU nllnwiil ttn laily to lea. I Iiit uiiiIit it niffailliii; oak, om of iithI Rubber Tire FILLER Perfect substitute for air. TUBE. Is being used throughout the United States and more than 30 foreigncountries on more USE NO INNER illn-oti- fur-nr- ini-i'- than 200,000 cars. Write for iliscriptive circular or call and see it nt Imri-fmiti- SANDERS VARIETY STORE LANCASTER. KY. 1 DC DC DQG DC DC v HriM-tnt- y mnliT-tainlli- i;. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. rcpt when iIiiiiiiiiI n rlcrlrtil oiiliiiin' III.' iiihii ml I iil llruoton tixik lit- plan' ti'sltJi Iht, cIuitiiK Iht IiuiiiI. nml Imtli kiiit'lixl. Tin- - mimicry of hnty winmIIhiiiI iiiarrliikV win cone lliroiieli, no woriN luliik' iiiki-i- i r Mific t tt iiiakf up cliTuyiniin llnictoii If In Iiml n rlns. which wiih (iriHliictil nml 0arii on TlHilaS Thi-n- ' lincer wiii u muck lili'liu; with outntrftrlml hmiili. the lirl.lf uroiim klA.Mil the lirlile nml Mn. Wylle lel lhi iluizlitl Ttiiilu niurt, caw Iht thi' iiioni'y promWiil mid, iM:ikItn; f iiiothtTly, wonli", wutrlii'il can-sliit- WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. iiIih ! Eax&x&sxm Don't overlook dates of other talcs. farms for sale publicly and privately. Send for catalogue, descriptions of 0 u Iht Olnuppi-ar- . i I will on two-hors- it Sale ThHn went tn the wihxU ntaln next ilay, hut the motle insiple IihiI ileiurt eil. She tnoviil nhotit In u Mrt of ilrenm. The i.lrnuiatlc ccene huil , ilraw'ii her within I Li the rltur. which they Iiml fnrsot-li'i- i to, tiike nwiiy from Iht. the kln, the ceri'inoiiy It hail nil heen mi real that she felt 111 iliotisti n pirlt Intlu-emv-Itrlilt-sriMiin CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Tuesday, September 7th mile West of Marksbury's store in Garrard County. Sell to the highest 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 buggy and harness; two Vulcan turning plows; Brown Manly ridber tire ing cultivator; one brand new cutting harrow, good as new, only used one week; lot of other tools, gear etc. One good Mutable steel range good as new and other household and at ten o'clock, at my place where Philip Joseph now lives, same being one the uiynterloiiK nml unknown. The event wit IhviihI to llr up all the Intent romnntlcNiu In Ttiela' receptive nature. Thrn, too. It liil tn Iht poluc forth Into that world the portaU of which hail ever heen clnmil nculmt her, With a part of the ten ilollar koIiI piece lie houcht pair of ; nhiu'i, prlile anil necesilty lioth the Invc'liiicnt. Her Ktepfntlier, tllMolute, uilnerly old Martin Huetlonei her n to the miurcv of the money. Tlieiln'i mother huil left Unite n Mimll exliilc. hut Dniv wiix lix curator nml hail proihleil Thnl.i w ith the hare neiTnllP! of life, plan, nlnj; only tn eel nil coiiM for himself out of the eMnte while he wni her sua nil an. When Thetlit tnlil of the movie ieople the ohl tyrant alTecteil a horror ni:alint "Mich Inlqu Itou.-- t IHnple." Thnla ennijM'il from the houni? at mlilnlKht mul the next day reached lhi city with half of her KoMen itori' left. She wtm a worker nml. tint washing ill.heii lir n retnurant kitchen, then an it checker, ami Inter work lne for n hnlr uixmN emporium Tlieda womlerfully. proen-nni- l Within it year then' came it lawyer from her homo town telllnir that Iht mepfnther wnt (lead. What he Imi! hold In tni't wa now unrentrlctiilly her own. She was hi'lrv to whnt wiik pnihnhly of fully twenty lhouiiml ilollum' value. It wa neivsniry that TIhiIii ko hack home to kettle up the entitle. That e last day In the city, pantlnc an nt the curh, mmiid one culle.1 tn her. Oh. my ilearl" lialhil Mrs. Wylle, "I enn't le mUtiikeii, yuu niv our lit tin woodland Inner." mid xhe limlfl. e on Theilit Klttlni; ImMo her while he nkkcit her ull nhout hiTkelf, "Von rememher Mr, Itroctont" nln nikiil Thiila, and the latter covertly concealed the hand that bore hli rlns. "Ilu linn met with hard misfortune, ro.nl venture fulled, he lot all he hail nml has heen In the luxpltnt for 11 urs-Ini- remnl eiiT attractliiu her OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Dni, 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 ha two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. Ii. F. Hudson, I'rcildent. J. J. Walker. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. 0. Rigney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Wm. F. Miller, Teller. Mrs. K. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. nt UOTICE ''' OertelS DOUBLEDAI Ha it is your horn al JI tiroes DRUfK The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory The OERTEL CoN Louisville, Ky. Incorporated nuto-mobil- O.rt.U DoubU Dark. Oarttl Dark and CUrUlt Light. N. L. Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Harrodsburg Ky Makers of kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. it month,M STAR ROUTE. Mrs. Bettie Hill. LANCASTER, KY. A. T. Scott, Auct, Lancaster, Ky. When Theila left Mm. Wyllo hi hanteneil to tint Initltullou where Victor Itrocton was. Upon him now all It waa her thoiiKht were centereil. like her eamet. hlncere nature to Ml him how he hail been the central of her yountf life. She told hltn. too, of her llttli fortune, what a fw moiilha next tn nature would do for him lit the way of health, and, facile a aom ktory. romaiice. working out their Interwoven ileatlnlea. begin tn lutural form the want ami woof of Wve that wado tUent ooo. -- W. 0. RIGNEY. Funiral Lancaster, Director and Embalmir. 18. 'Office Phoae Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. j t The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 2, 1920 mimm BIG IMPORTANCE OF HOME lja tv .HLIiffl Yes Sir " 3 SCHEDULE LOUSVILLE NASHVILLE R. R., DIVISION. LANCASTER KENTUCKY. A KENTUCKY AUGUST 15, 1920. NO. 40 ,1'H'uaBBBBBBBBBBT HiV w HHM We made this ciga- rette to meet your taste! pI SPECIAL Sunday. L.4i40 A. M. Through train with 1'ullmsn I'arlt-- r Cat service to Cincinnati via, Lex liixtHH, (Taking connection fror! No. 21 at Bow land 4:22 A. M.) Ar I.exingten 7 i" A. M, Ar Cmt nnti 10 M A. M. LEXINGTON Ktpt NO. 71 STANFORD LOCAL Eicept Sunday, Lv. fll40 A. M, NO 2S LOUISVILLE EXPRESS Daily. ThrvwRh L. Iti03 A. M. 1 kkkkkkkkkkkkk aanay ansssiaBBw tram from Louisville KowhuiH. Ar. Itkbmond 1 17 M. iCooneetiitg with No. 17 sou' Ar. Knowille ti.01 V M and wit No. is north Ar Cincinnati tl .10 I M) NO. 70 NO. 27 Lscpt Sunday, RICHMOND LOCAI Lv. 12i IS l. M. CAMELS have mellow- - mildness and a flavor as refreshing as it is new. Camels quality and Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos win you on merits. Camels blend never' tires your taste. And, Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor! Camels quality and expert blend can mean to your satisfaction you should find out at once! It will prove our say-s- o when TrW ftf:,'i dLaaaaVb 'What you compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price! Cif mt-pl- j urfrn. tj(Mrtt9 tic-t-lj IV cr mtmn jvm f rm : or r ctj mrmrrwlmm pitkifrt R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wiartoss-Saksn- rri cfOtiAcUj mlm4 m m jUtmrf-rwrnfrtwrciftrefm wcmiw Mm cast pa for ihm boom in MOO f4 t 30 r eOca , N. C LOUISVILLE EXPRESS )ily. 1.'t 2i00 P. M. Tl.rousth train to I.eulsville Rowland, (taking rnnettion fr ,.. I and 17 at Itkhmetid 1J P. M i r Uui.ville 6.30 P M Canning Let the C idrtn Help. Oon't Neglect Home SPECIAL NO. 30 LEXINGTON near TV limn canton, i i" t i'nio.r-tni'r- r imn'ii t ".' Vt Btcfpt Sunday. I.r. I002 P. M ' . '. - Hill ! U tint tak tf'i" during Hi nrr that Jnt n nn Throagh train with ihillman Par f I rlnnt thin tear, . . Mins t.i .r. -- .I li.ilf ri.rul "f Sf lor Car scrnce from Cincinnati v. . rt i i. I. iim re more t Hlthful ihaa ft t ' 'llfntlti n lhe iien-ar- j t! i" I tilted Slut ! lrM.r;m.n( nf ncrl r urti Lesslnsrtan. Ar. Stanford 10:1. I' fmn It ii. M. (ConnetMg with No. 21 souia, ri. ii.rr. The lKiriiu' f laUir mi tie" tlit.k Mm n wit wil in tlte farm mnkei It iieetsry fur the fleaty. A in r 'Hrt trf maife Ar. Crab Orchard 11 :M p. M Ar ti my filch iirkv fur tW iMH-- l one part car in tilae fain watrr IH KiMMVtlfe 8 51 A. M. Ar. Atlant ' Met tlmt will ! canned Taler Hi HmVr lailataM nuy rf iho aHd fmlia ll:M A. M.) n,! I In th mnnlnz the ntxtii. Sch fralt aa a S'OTK. i t nuuml xtkat Ike Nlii it ml ittfflewii to cr ft Kvrrjlliltiit from ran in earl-acIn fart. MMInarj (trtw air rorn .W 17 and 2 Through train he Imi In priee. awl for nar la inn twMm KkhnKMid ami Louisville, ar mtf tm A lrutiiirmtlii In lw ami more rv lac tho1 lra tnt' -- rtvlng anal departing from Union Su p:ifw than It wa In wr tlm- - All WMcte lijr mlxln iWfftit Maaar ttoa 1 0th ft ail Broadway. Loulsvilk tl h Increase must h tmlil hy the nl-- I mr eatWal rlueoe aal eitJt raplal and eoanctiag far points NorU ttmte tutinmier; and there l not nf unter. ScuUi a ad West. a 111 ' ctcit nssuninro Hint tlirr It riHitri"i alHwt eTi hmii .Vo. In and 3D Through trains cnoiicli mmiol products tu eo around. ruiful of Misnr (nr n iUit Jar. Sianford and Cincinnati, ar The solution N liimn- - canning. f 4ri wear will make tea ri(w( Can Without Sugar. A nf Himr wttl NMke 2U M riving and departing from Centr-Unio- n Station. Cincinnati and cm. Tlmt sugar - IiIcIiit In price than fnl ThU la amnaat will te nMB It hm hitherto I' uiltaoccd by .I. n tnr a) iiM itf eaaaeil f.utt nactiag for paints North. Hast ar M ine n Wlierv ttM 10 (nr ieat alruii I h rfi"H f r canning Wilier Wast. leox fruit or nollilnr hut the iw nf asar t run a pint Jar l I .fl'il tv-- ' . . jtr fac-inrl- inH-I- n e Haf, urilial ir l'ii l- Itllt llli.wii'lK title ItiteteU tu nltocethiT there rHMn for imt ultitf Mvm op tle kih1 mi one atxl one half rrntK with mcnr at fruit on tint ii ixitim! If M nftrr all. tit m) eit-H- Acottrr reason why w hate nen ellmbed Terj far up th ladder of fatni Difficult Climbing. SIRUPS SAVE SUGAR IN MAKING JELLIES Directions Given by Department of Agriculture Experts. : SPOILAGE OF BREAD PREVENTED BY CARE Cover Lightly to Keep Out Germs and Dust. When Cold It Should De Placed In Close Rtceptaelt That Has Been Thoroughly Aired Food Is Easily Contaminated. While iiHI'i?. baked hrrni! Ilirtitly should with u clean rtoth nr pol-- T tu tmtMit ihoIiI Eerm and diit from falltise ii it. im' sliotih) iH't 4 ttehily In p thick elirth. an l llse pmctke In miWi lim- i- IioIiN. tor hmIi It l nlrol, winy taken froM an ihin, It U likely to m.ij:i:) " ainl damti. anil thu of tueOliun for chHIir fer an t'i-otltlen of nti4il. say fowl "f the I 'nit ii States ili'rlHieiit of nirrl culture. When cold the drifld sliouhl W plnciil In a pll receptacle tlmt has ..i'ii thorsHjIily praMed rihI nlriit If brenil Im tn ! kept for wore thm two or three ila) In lUmp. hut wentl er, the Isir or hoi ihHild ! Inken oi.' aiHl siinmil fur a slmrt ttisto now ni ' then, mihI ngnln scalded ami drtiil Oi no nivoutit shimhl pnrtvH at h fnnm baking stonSI with a new Ihii. Ii y tccU w have In com dowrn re cry UttJo while and trll somo ground ling well pay htm Turnlay. Dallsj Naws. IS Swinebroad's Series Of September Auction Sales Of Farms and City Property . 1 When Fruit Is Chesp and Sugar Ex. pnslve Jellies May Oe Mad to Advantage With Ont-Ha-lf Usual Amount of Sweetening. Kttp Young. Keep serrne. Uve IitcJy. Yet 1 ways daro sncl do; strlTe, work, play lore, learn Intensely. Vivid enjoyment of each day, riving up everything ant J relaxing each nliht. That Is the to krej young. The Oldit Piano. The oldest jxauw to existence wm roailii by Crtstofort In the year ITS), ami It still Hi cood condition. Hot Its wiunil la more like that of a harp of than a piano, for Its wire. being struck hy hamnjers am plnckK! by (mints of quill nr nf hard leather. il MEMORIZE THE DATES THN FOLLOW YOUR MEMORY. NOW GET THE DATES. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2nd.. 10 O'CLOCK, lie acres for R. 0. Dshoney. '?; miles from Danville on the Stanford Tike, Boyle County. Iiuy 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, Preachcrsville pike. A lot of Real Estate SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th., 10 O'CLOCK several fine residences building lots, etc., in Lancaster, Garrard County. Anything you want. An All Day Sale. Hand C oncert. 275 acres in 3 tracts (or Spoonamorc & Heitcr TUESDAY. SEPT. 7th., 10 O'CLOCK miles of Danville Boyle County, out Lancaster Tike. (known a the Dr, Harlan farm) Here Is a good one and an absolute sale. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8th 148 ACRES for W. C. Bailey, in Mercer County, on mile from Harrodsburg and Lexington pike, 3 miles from Harrodsburg. Chatham Pike, THURSDAY, SEPT. 9th.. 10 O'CLOCK. 2 farms in Mercer County 120 acres for C. L. pike. SO acres for J. L. Worlcy Shakertown ft ilurgiu Stevens Harrodsburg&Shakertown. pike. Send for catalogue with descriptions. Also descriptions of farms for sale privately in catalogue. 109 acres for J. II. Weaver Lincoln County FRIDAY, SEPT. 10th., 10 O'CLOCK, good one another absolute sale. 5 miles Lancaster near Hubble on Danville pike. Another Also a lot of personal property. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1 1th., 10 O'CLOCK, 493 acres subdivided for Mr. and Mrs. J. I NcUon County on fine Fairfield pike- - 1 mile Jackson Highway 7 miles Bardstown at Cox's Creek. The best farm and the best improved in Nelson County. C5 ncrcs for C. II. Foster, .Mercer County, right TUESDAY, SEPT. 14th., 10 O'CLOCK at Salviia on Harrodsburg & Louisville pike. A nice little home. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15th, 10 O'CLOCK 133 acres for W. C. Cowherd Taylor County, on Friendship pike, 3 miles Cnmpbellsvilte, in Famous Beechwood Section. Also crops, livestock and other personal property. THURSDAY, SEPT, 16th., 10 O'CLOCK, 50 acres for W. C. Wilkinson, Boyle county, 14 miles Danvlle, Hustonville pike. This one is a "DANDY." No others on the mnrket 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, Nel-io- n County, 3 miles Bardstown, New Huven pike Jackson Highway. A pretty home anil good land. SATURDAY, SEPT. 25lh.. 10 O'CLOCK, Livestock, Purmtng Implements, Mules. Hogs, Cattle, of G. B. Swinebroad 1 milo at Lancaster, on Dunville pike, Garrard County. At same time will also sell my fine herd 40 head Registered Jerseys. Will sell the Jerseys after lunch. My farm of 300 acres near Hubble, Lincoln County, nil in grass for rent privately. For further particulars send for catalogue, see the owners cf the farms, or W, K. Moss or It. H. Dever at my Danville offices, or W. A. Dickerson or my son, George Swinebroad at my Lancaster offices, or .Kim-Lerlin, tC' Send for cataloRue Riving full description. We "Turn Down" an auction sale proposition unless it appeals to us as something the buy-in- c public wants. Therefore, we "ALWAYS SELL." We sold over $2,000,000.00 of Ileal Estate in 11)19, and already this year $881,778.00 of real estate. Every purchaser at our sale can sell at a profit. and then Swinebroad is ONE real estate man who universally advertises "No SELLS JUST AS ADVEHTISED. Follow our sales. Wc will make you money. Wc have something you want. If you want to "Buy" or want to "Sell" get in touch with the "Real Estate HcnJquar in otitu lit tin larrct f amount fmm fruit with tin' nf tin' muHt m)siI. amount nf mik'tir. Mlnie tlic dlrtiUloiii chin ! luw liy I'nlliil StatcH ili'imrtnivrit of agflinllkVt If a iumxI fnilt. such a ijtiliuv, gricn tnrt ami partly npplnt. NIIi.tIuii crabi, nr N umiI, make a xtrartloii from tli fruit. That Ik. take tlx- - pulp from tin jelly dug, mil one cupful of water l each pouml of puli. tixik iiiliiutc, mid ilrlp a second tlmo, tilling m preur ut the Jt llU m nrr likely to illnVrt'Dt In flavor from th llrf. ii tii I It In .in I'xrelletit plan to rnov hltie tin; two licfori MWvtwitiiir. When fruit In cheap ami sumir penMre. Jelllei limy U mude to iiilvun-tiic- if with in much nuti-tenlus uxiiul. tlmt U, with f cupful of nugnr to one cupful of Juliv. Hie - leni, yield of JWly will Infor one of a good Jtilev pin on cupful of suinir should innko Petwivn one and one mid cupfulx of Jell)'. whereaii ctipful of sugar plus one cupful of Julrc iniikex betwii'ii ono-hacupful ami h cupful nf Jelly. One-ha- lf nf the swit'teiilns may he ! clucoxe ulrup. Iliiht'colnreil com !rup, honey or Mirghum simp. If the other half In irmiitiliitnl kuu'iit, there will he little nntlrcuhle difference In nweetnesH In moot casi'. (lriiwith glucne or com Klrup will tunke h gooil Jelly ctcti when no sugar Ik UmiI. iHiIr u' rifii wniil Intd JHIy-iiinkln- s rli srnjv cran-Iwrrle- siix-lallst- fcVcutiil-eUrnctlo- ln. it To Prttatt Aluminum. To protect aluminum ami aluminum alloys from corrosion, says Uia Journal of Industrial au.l Euglneertng Chemistry, U on (irotthus has tried browUng the metal electrolytlcalty. Ily using tills rorthoil the aluminum may b bent or rolled without tho coating. Aluminum Itus trentMl was Immeneil In a salt oluttii fur two months without shutting he slightest trace of cvrroslou. Cheitical Kouud Tabic. ono-hiil- oiif-hnl- t'nke and ciMikien sIhmjIiI ki-j- hi- . tiMilr-nfte- r lf three-fourt- (- r In tin imltlns: hihI In earthi'iiware Jars, which. Ill" hror uttil iitte Mie, should lie often. r.M-- If tlnw food are to Ir enten at the next idkhI, It In wtM tn kiithem In some such rwvptade ns It Instiri protivtlmi from ilust A take, pmldlng. or (e that has luf' friMit ilust ir left to cool tinpnitii-tii- l ttle Id Miuivtliliig that ih an 'ill would (ilace on hi' txMe, If she Moppiil to tlifnk how eitslly the food iiih)' In (Mii'aitilrateil, n hoil-eulf.' Women! Here Is a mrsMg to cufftrlng wcratn. from Mrs. W. T. Price, of labile, Ky.5 "I suf. fered with palnfuK..", b writes. "I got dowa wph a weakness In my Vak and limbs...! felt hell less and discouraged , bad about K!nn up hopes of ever being we'I whea Iislstcd l ad - BIG ESSENTIALS IN CANNING ifouselioM Question? Wash the llatireiis ter before heating, In mkIu and w.i Take Among Other Things Necessary Art Fresh Products, Pure Water and Cleanliness. Jniwiiese tlower baskets are dece The eentlHly In running fruit and rathe for standing pluut (r to use Ii, vek.'etnhlf are these: hanging basket fuslilmi. 1'rei.h priHliietK, pure wnter, rare, stand-an- l clennllnesi, cikh! Jurs, "live," A blue ruhher rings nnd siiltlcU nt heat lo an Ironing delilM coor to fasten utir bounlsin it. tho white cuwr prncc the prmluctn thoroughly in the and Is good to u whin closed container. suit,. ph-Mi- CARDUI Thi Woman's Tonic I rrew stronger right locg, end It cured we. I cm stouter than I hare bee a In years." It you reffer, you can appreciate what It means to bo strong aad veil. Tbousends of clvo Cardul tbo credit for the'.r rood kealth. It should help you. Try CvduL At all drccsltU. .73 I began Cardul. In tbort whllo I saw a rnarkf d dlf fcrruco. . . CLEANING CARPETS AND RUGS SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Vacuum Cleaner Operated by Hand or Electricity RemovestPractlcally All Dirt. When muklng cako add two tuble-MHof boiling wulir to the butter and sugar mixture. This plan secures ii cuke with Its labor and In no wuy Interferes with the usual recipe. iti wo-m- tn Auctioneers Col. Bolivar Bond of Versailles, Capt. Geo. Toombs of Danville, Cant. T. W. Sims of Springfield, Capt. A. T. Scott uf Lancaster. Doc Bond of Versailles, George Swinebroad of Lancaster, Col. D. L. Perry of Columbus, Ohio, and others. rurpct sweeper nr a taruuiu clean-e- r should In; uuil In the dally clean-lu- g of the can l a titnl rug. A vacuum cleaner opemted by hand or iltctrlc power reiniiTes pructlcally all the dust uud dirt from carpels und rugs In . dustlisa mmiMr. A 111 sewing while Jlk blouse by ma rhlne, place u piece of while aper un der (he nialerlal. Jf this Uotie the silk doesn't pucker or draw up und (he p r Is euslly reuicvtd when the work la Unladed. Tho Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Sept 2, J 1 920 " M I i I V on Probation Br OTILLIA F. PFEIFFER A Wife A Joyous Idealist By ALVAH JORDAN GARTH There wa not n grain of refitlnit-it-talllor nonsense Iti tint innku up (In-iror- MMMMMMMOOOMeSb' III. Wtilitu Nwtir 111! u( Adjustment Basis L imuil lo boast A widow rr for IS In hi friend! years, lie had brought up hi rim, Homer, ni would it atrlct disciplinarian and lm) turned out a Hue young man In nil respects. "When j mi hate made jour wny Into ii Mil Id business xilllii ml t Infill uru U nsstirrd." Jlr. Ijiiio told "It l nntuml nnd sensible l tlilnk of marrying, not before." awl tin- Hanker oonslderod Ihli n n Mirt of naming Hint would bate a restraining Influence on tin- - young man. When the Utter was twenty-tw- o Jlr. Ijiiio m nt IiVjh to Hit; dtjr to holer the oltWi i.f the Central lhillway ICqulff III Mllrtl Uh m Ulfllt H large intcitMt. Tlio retmrt ho received Irom HtHaor and from Ukt fur tliu Rrmt your molr.-- d it old ibhIi with the prole ami f lion. Ilumur tmA Oni'iut"! suii-Mi.hlp tttHHSkstltuft nf uu It wu ttinsagh Mm Unit un order. llo-uir- r, ho wn Silvertown Cords . SoooMes Fabric Tires 6ooo Miles r Illllll ins, W..itm L'hlu&l "Look up. " rallied John Ijiiic cheerily. -- Vim get over tliu eyelid In Ink If you don't take u gliiit nt tho sunshine and the hlue sky uncu In a while." The life of tlie oltlce brought I1I1 hand down on the liroml. bent buck of tlio bHikkcpr with it brotherly slup, and then (ucod him nil smile and coin) nnturo. "Don't be like a quadruped hunting for neurit ami neter looking up tu see If I I'm mi Mini or mi mk ho proceeded Ijine. The aged iHxihkeeper looked up with (leiirfng liieo. "(Attifldetitliilly," otiM TMnl tho smiling now, "1 wnsn't taiwii-luer liluo, but I wns trying to Duure out lime I wri going to sfrnrtt utMUgh Iron! umirtlily titlpifHl to my lor ii dwi-hibook-kti!H.- I, ,vi.ki ." cnidle." "ti tfiot teo4y. "Vwi don't m(tin " criwl Ijiiw lmi. i Un-n- u ering .. i.MmcikJH Aire. Then Uiri' rame. sutMfttly. Jarrtmc ly to Uregttry Ijine. a dvttofM't, Hint far ti time disrupt bU living plan and muted ike Br bunt feeling lie liml ever oxpertetKfd Nitnlot ln ou. It arrival whs hontW.-by tin nt tho M ImMv of a lrclit. ptesviitaMe jcxtMg fottow abogt Homer's oge, who antHMtH-- i In u preliminary way that lie a a of lltmitr ami a Mtmv i' extw.e rtmtrnrt wa in IIhvsmss rwivtt cov- "Homer bau 'lr yew. Jlr. (tut iNf to lir MHl, "aMl I hop Hkat I to commautatio will Hut dUirtm - dlt-d- , loarlue lil uiu'.lnrlii-ilautblrr itoUilnc but dvbu. llvr lie ulti-rn- l lioaody: my H'li "Vou iiicoii to tell tut- tiai uiarrtcil wltimut uotlfylm; mo ot till or nt klnt lay coiiit-iit)"It omic about ko ulrauci'ly," aald I'uff. "I'linif let mo toll tie nliolo lory. Mr. Litiif. and I am uro you will not tilatno hlio. Homer hax iuar rlrd th imt'tcftt drl lu tlie world, lie ba tx'vn railing upon tier for kOtiif uimtli, and Jut a tt U oc tier learn of her good ttMtitlo." There Maurlfe I'ag wa halted t lil ilistWuurv tiy the uld inau HritMC-ii lit ftt't a tlxmcb a raopwti t.tll Imil ururt. IjIih. Ill face k'rtw purplt', lu cray iik mi'ihuI to vi- a liratv Wfctrtculiy, hut tiw T u. for Dottier has inarrtwd n ywwiE yotl ihuiI like ant) ritfpvet. ii' all do, If yxi will take tin- - trtstsMt-t- tlt " f was a pitiable one. Homer act-t- d on an liupulu; of hit, cvnrroua nature. There waa a ulet nttldlnt; y tenJay morning. Wltliln tlia ainu hour tie lioue tufunnetl llimtr that have to tuke ttiu tint Hinintr to South America, to leach lluemx Alrea ami protect wveml mlllloni ot a pieit of my mother until touie ertnaiivul arrniifii-me- ut can be made for her." "Aud what hat all thla cut to di with lueV demanded tlrecory Ijifle, Ida face prrietitlnc au Icy liirtexlbtllty. Ai acatliit every tacit pnnnlnu ho hat muile me. Homer wed In deflanro of all iciiko and ordrr. "Mr. Imm," Interjectnl 1'nco plead-Injl"It will break lilt heart If you do not rect'ho the daughter hn ha practically bomelcts." won you. Slo And n new ptiatv ot fevllnc Intluenct.-the Indlcnant father oa, youth acalntt ace, tho fertviit pleaa availed. ( i recti ry Lnuc'a temper did not unbend, but ho Hk yvutTly: "Very well, let llomer'a wlfo come on probation." The trembling little refuceo come to tha sreat cloomy homo much In the frame of mind ot a deatttuto one Mcklnc on uufrlindly and unwelcome belter. In Imncfaatlou tho old man had pictured koino brazen, artful who had rapthated hi ou, niiiiM extruvacunt woman, dlndnliitnc v'ork. thlnktiic only ot tho luxury the Uine wealth might betnw. Therefore ht prepired to accept what waa on unwelcome burden on n probationary bula. Hli two aervanta were discharged, fully half of the houno closed up. When Vtru enmo nil wa chill, dark, tnrhlddlng. Tho uufrlendly, atiniMpbrre fnlrly frnio her. Winn Ihero preaeuteil n complaining, rolif1y old creolure, hc anw little hopo In tha future ot linnnony nud happiness. Then love, deep, inrneat. Ideal crapplod with tho problem that fulo had uwarded her to lolvv. "for llomer'a (uikol" he nhlipercd fervently to hervelf, and bent to the tiiklc ot winning the rvern rlaturo of n tyrunt by grocloua wonla und I railroad tuppllei In lltlcatlotu lluv baud of au hour, ho bado hi wife. Vera, farewell, ItiRtructvd mc what to do, and Mra. Ijiiio i La no was making the tct uvere and trying, but Vera wllhitwul tho ordeal. Willi tint pnro houtvhold outlay ahe did wondera. In tho detda. (regory ot dalntle alio created them; ho trnnnfonned disorder Into cilicren-cnyl ueotneaa. Under Hie well mtiak ot unfriendly hnrluir,, tlu aw nfrectlon and rvHct vortb wlimlog. When the Imilinnd of an hour returned. Gregory Lone, tho dreary home nil beautiful grcetwl hliut "A wlfo worth having V apoko Oreg-or- y Lone. "Knllrtly loo good fur and the probntlouary either of lierlwl rndrd In thu auuihlnr, harmony that made tlia llvea und Uie haiplne of tlioao thrto rcdlnut and Irima-fonue- y uP It strange, now," uxulted 'Double cradle? Uot n friend who bus one, anxlou.t to get rid of It." Tho bookkeeper followed iMtv nt ho ihhviiI iinuy with !i glMim of marked stiiicluii lu his eye. Looking buck for tive yours, lie could recull many und ninny lnstniues where this sower of (wiiliiesH hud Kjirung Into tho breath to fnce the lived mid troubles ot other. Always liu seeintd to be iiHi- provideiittally tipjlppeil tu act a ultminer or practical udviicr. When .Veil Dultiy, a clerk, hud broken down lu health mid hud to be sent to Coto-nulLane bnd l.olilinl up mlrneuloUH. ly with n railroad ticket. "Stand In d with tliu olliclal. sevV bo bud with au audacious smile. Itigilt now hu lifteil from his desk u tKHiiUet dune up lu paier and with It ntluinail to the desk of Miss Avn I tin cle. the steiiugrupher. 'Tor mother," he whispered ruptly. "Getting belter aud better every day, worn-ou- t I lionr." "Ye, thanks to you," replied Miss u iteaue witn liumm eyes. Hie you puld for has mM.il her life. 1 hope our constant prayers briug you lili'Mliif. And now you go and rob jour gunlen " "Nonsense I Illdlculousl Thoujainds left one solid mass of bloom 1" Aa to those acre of flower bloom, as to tlie friends who had overcoats to give away lu winter and double cradles and railroad tickets, this romnutlclst glided over his friends and jtouesslons too ulrlly for 'the olRce force to explore thrcal fact. With his more artless ajbenctlclarlcs Lane was rlclu lived In Tea Blended to Suit Water. n regal home prolmtily with extensive r a lurge town In the Rrlt-UevIsles change lu source of watei grounds, seeing that a bouquet on supply, a sample la taken by the tea ery' suitable occasion was readily blenders. In order that tL rlcht bleni forthcoming. If pretty Ava Itcude ever suspected ot tea may be made to suit that par that this great souled philanthropist Uculnr water. was given to caaggeratlon. she adored htm all the more for the Aicrltlce, tho Thankful for That. one-ha- lf It Is said that hatpins to match tin unselfish devotion to humanity that color of the eye are to be worn this must be thu sole mainspring of his year and will be very fashlouablo generosity. She was the first to show "Indeed," raid Ilrown, as he read tht solicitude when one day, word hud forecolnc to hit wife, "then 1 won'' cuine by phone that he was III. Ily thu have to hae crren hatpins stuck lntc end of tliu week It was said that he . wu under thu caro of a physician. my blue ee-.I Ava went In the cashier nnd asked for Mr. Lane'ii home address. Ancestors Were All Black! "Queer," remarked the cashier, look-tn- g The falrneA of the Kuropeun skin over hi books, "hut Lano never Is attributed to tome virtue In the uprarunal c'anK and all the kuowl-edc- r guve us that. Never had occasion to we time lncc calned support! ask lilin, for this Is'thu tlrst time he the conclualon formed by John Iluntci ever missed a day." Ava mentioned 1M) year nc" that the original coloi this to her mother. The old lady Immediately went to a kitchen shelf of man's Un wan hlack. where she kept odd pieces of string Sculpture of Poe. nud waste paper. t "Yen, I Hived "It." she said, unfoldOlaf MJorkinan. sculptor, ha created an Im- ing the imper that had surrounded tho hud sent. "1 noticed his pressionistic sculpture of IMgar Allan (lowers I'oe, with the raven hovetlns over tfce name written on lu pencil and n paster head of the crent American Het. It lieiirlng the name of n Inundry. Hero Is confcldered one of thu moM remarkIt Is." able conceptions of the subject It wu late Saturday nfternoon when Avu sturtt d out to visit tho Inundry. ! The iwople thero gave her the nddres 10 O'CLOCK. She wjs Tired of Percy. of I lie, und Avu looked surprised I'ercy Noodle any Hint when he and almost dismayed. The fiction- - ot asked the cnpttulltt's devbter uhal her stanch und helpful friend were There is not home like this Around Danville or any other town that can sliexwoulil think If he cot a job at npMirent as ntio located a poor tenebe' purchased. None for sale like It. Just SO acres fronting right on the pike. reading melon for the ga company, ment und wu shown to n room one Electric lights in the house from the electric line in front of farm, can-ge- t all the the said she would bo awfully glad It linos below- - tho attic. 1'rom Insldu electricity needed for power. Beautiful .home with nice yard to the pike with ho would co Into Momethlns that took mine n hnhel of Juvenllo glee. him to otluT people's houses some, of fine shade trees. On one of the best pikes in the County. Close to Danville, b'Hin a couch In tho stuffy, sparsely-furnishe- d the time, Oiillnt Vewa. room lay Lune, polo und atknown as an educational center. tenuated, but smiling bravely and enRacing. Darrtl IMPROVEMENTS 2 story 7 room dwelling, 2 porches, one hall, basecouraging half n dozen racccd. un( I tar re I rncnic l a favorite amuse ment; cistern; 4 acre tobacco barn; stock barn; garage; scales; double crib; kempt little ones 'to continue feasting ment ainiinc tho workmen In a suburb upon Ice crvimi nnd cake set on a poultry house; good orchard; fine garden; grape arbor and other small fruits; 20 of London. Some forty cellar men, table. In ono of tho windows was a acres of fine clover; 10 acres of clover and timothy, and 5 acres of tobacco broken coopers and others competed In oco rude Ihix tilled with crowing I little grass sod; 10 acres of rye stubble; 5 acres in lots, yard and garden. out of blue racu of this description. Then follow. flowers. ThU. then, wus tils royal, eil n racf. the men nlxxlo that two by four window epace. This land will be up and selling to the "High Dollar" on the above date. being obliged to pmh before his ('solid ma of bloom," Don't forget it. No waste land and the soil is very fertile and highly productive them two empty barrels Instead of ono. Avn glided to a corner of tho hull' and in a high state of cultivation. Never failing well at the barn and everlasting aud had o good cry. 'Ilicn she hur- If you want to buy a little home close to Danville here stock water on the farm. "Piece of Elahtr rled home. Tliero her mother Joined is perhaps your last chance. No matter what you pay for it on sale day it is sure These nr cold nieces nldcll WCrQ. her with companion tear. Thence v early In the seventeenth to increase in value and the purchaser can sell at a profit. An attractive home. coined both depnrted In n livery carriage an at tt Amsterdam mint, tho hour later, t remove John Lnno from For further particulars see the owner; R. H. Dever or YV. E. Moss at my Spanish rule discomfort, and almost sijualor. to Netherlands being under Danville office; W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office or at the Ume. They were worth eight tlielr own neat, comfortable home. SpaiUsh tenia, or about one Mamn "Praud of the world, but couldn't n.rnviitn ilnllar. stid uere coined at help It," confivscd Lane, and a altho tltnu that Spain wa nt tho height ways hi wan face full of sunshine. of Its power and prosperity. "Ko many needed what I earned mora than myself. And oo tlio friends I've Esparto. mnde. You two alonu aro enough to Esparto grows throughout extras!?! All a lifetime with Joy. Don't you districts In the south of Spain, and a see there's nothing worth curing for LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. poorer quality la found on large areas In Ufa but love, nnd my heart ts full of poor and sandy land la Algiers of It for all humanity." Esparto fiber has beea and Tunis. Our automobiles at your service. Get the dates of other September sales. "I'arllcularly for you. Ava," he' suposed for centuries In Spain, and the plemented next ay. "What anyT (!et in touch with Real Estate Headquarters. Send for descriptive catalogue. of matting, baskets and manufacture What Ava snld ave to Ava' mother cordage exclusively of esparto dates loving and beloved before Moorish from the time of the the year wa ver. Goodrich er "ilns, "Isn't uirttsmtiilly. ), I do," nodded tlie othSHturday "fllrl. nlstt-- " riuu. lires BEST C. E. MORGAN. Win-neve- -t o. IN THE 'iONG RUN tire when Where's the economy in vringin the last mile out of a buy anew Goodrich Tire from IS to 20 less than in 1910? you can ojier-utio- SOLD BY HASELDEN BROS.. GARAGE AND A DANDY LITTLE FARM OF 50 ACRES One and Miles from Danville on Hustonville pike, the C. PROPERTY OF W. WILKINSON, at Auction American-Scandinavia- n Thursday, Sept 16 J double-barrele- d cell-tur- Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man soo-ln-la- The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Sept 2, 1920 PARCEL PQST MARKETING MERITS i M. S HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The- Garrard Bank. Phoni-- i Offic. S. Residence 37(3. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, - 275 ACRES SUBDIVIDED ' BOYLE CO. LAND SP00NAM0RE & HESTER FARM. Known as the Dr. Harlan Farm. dABlVaflBBBBBBBBlr J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist Office Hour, aVJHSSSeBSSSSSBjasaBa sasst ABBBavBSBBBBBSSBBBaL BBBlF UKLBBaBBBaaaa DANVILLE, J KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. -- at Auction 10 O'CLOCK. - S to 12 and 1 lo 8 p.m. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Otllre Over National Hank. Kesldence t'hone 3. Office Phone 27 - A Tuesday, Sept 7th, Th Parcel Post Is a Short Cut Which Producer, and Consumers Cood Advantage. selling, effort In most cases Use to The proof of pnrrvl ost murkciliis; l. In the eating, .Many thoiivtnd of coiisilmcr have LANCASTKit.'KY. lrii-- 1 out tlili method of purchasing fiirni products for the tilble mill are eating Ihelr food with n relMi Ixirn if good food. tUvore-- with lu auet After nil, if economy iiiul service. the tltliit tet of this inethotl of direct marketing Is the menstirc of mi f action secunsl by buyer and seller. t sell of Kentuokv. ers. North. successful Lick. nnu Niullt, which have come to the .nttetitloti of the hurciiu of markets, t nlteil States lepnrtmeiit of agriculture, prove ipiltc as much its pages of theory and disVETERINARIAN. cussion the Immense pntctlinl Millie of Call. Aninir.il Promptly Day or this metlioil of tm vlriir nnd selllni:. While the extent to which the e.ple Phone 317. NUM. of thU country lire marketing priMluce I A NC ASTER, KENTUCKY. thnnitfh the p.irc-- l pot l not iletlnlte-lknown, there l eery linllcnthm In- l llmt the Millltlle of lillltl critilns Mcndlly. of mi satisfaction Printed labels lire Is limile to H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. 1 Paint n, Or. Printus Walker spring ami summer has months amounted to nu average of tiiai doren . eggs These nr- - but a few hundreds of in parcel set stances of successful marketing. In the bureau of markets have compiled valuable In formation on this ipiestlon. Person desiring literature on thl .should address the t'nltcd States e imrtment of Agrliiilture, Wnhliigtiin, carefully ami promptly. yenr or so the hulnc answer nil letter In the us pnrrel tHit cfl guumtiti'cd. s mill special lust during the suhjt l. ('. Another good Hanging Fork Farm. Fertile land in high state of cultivation. LOCATION om Denville nnd Lancaster Pilte, 3 2 miles from t'a mil Danville. This farm hns the reputation of being one of the very best and most productive in thia section of good land. Look at the crops now- growing. They show what this land will do. 1 Vj story 7 room dwelling, 1 hall and 2 porches, with large yard and overlooking the farm and n fine fish pond, ice house, servants rooms, hen house, cow shed, stock barn, two metal roof tobacco barns, 48x96 and 58x108, will hold 25 acres, 2 stripping rooms, 2 large ponds. Dairy house, concrete floor. Good tenant house. Fine cave spring. One of the Lest watered farms in County. No waste land. 100 acres in corn, 74 acre 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 Swincbroad "ALWAYS SELLS" just as advertised. EVERY BID A BONA FIDE BID. Will be subdivided into 3 tracts 100 acre tract 98 acre tract and 77 acre tract. EASY TERMS Possession and deed January 1, 1921. Look over this farm is all we ask. Then we know you will bid. For further particulars and to show the farm sec the owners at the farm or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dcver at my Danville office, or W. A. Dickerson or George Swincbroad at my Lancaster office, or -- SCARCITY OF BALING WIRE IS BEING FELT One Factory Induced to Resume Work to Capacity. of Tie Material Is Due Mostly to Strikes and Trantpor- tatlon Dlfticulties Loss to Hay Crop Is Small. of "short time it l y Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. N. L. PREWITT A imnvl John M. McRoberts. omr, Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No.-- The undersigned hereby give warn. Vijc tu all persons not to trespass upon ur lands for any purpose whatever is we wlll'prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunt era and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, R. L. Ellda. Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. ilackley, Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. 8. C. Wgsby. D. M. Anderson. It. U Darker U. U Kelley. POSTED illillv In luillilliii: lilt lillillU e Willi their chief ahl. the mall service tin promicer nii ioi um--- i without nu ncc'llile marnci ; lie mun le un that he hn the kind and ipial- Ity of priMluo' that l. watitcil: nnd he iuut learn the nrt of mndiictlni; bin writing hillne. way n hl letter- -, etc.. in to she satisfaction. inh n That I what a fruit grower In tlreiron tui done. I'or three or four )cnr he hpcclallr.iil In iimrkeiiiii frilll". hn Iierrle. nnd veKetnhle hy parcel po- -t to cutomeM In small town within ii rinllii4 of LiM iiiIIcn. Ill' uiiilllnir and mime-now Include nlmut l.-- " tili ale-- 4 iimount to about J."M) why the every reii-houhl IticnifM'. t hii'liie Men nnd women are xuccjiflliitf pleii- - ' Shortage And thenpo- -t -l "Parcel Poster" Prospers. ti , Something new In the way ages" lias developed. This a shortage of billing wire season's hay crop. If the Ullfeil, It will not tie becttll for t lt -- Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Send for catalogue of sales. Get the other dates. Our automobiles at your service. horses go f ho of hay, but liccftuse of the latk hale ties tu hind the ha) for o' . , llt My cnit-- l. art- - cnrefully which ackcil. ami ohlptHil, thU mnn hn ) cureil nddltloiml lmlii. t thnvuBh the which original rccomim-ndntloMany of bin uppllel. have Imt they rutomer ho hat never trust him iecaue he tuanmtcei ship When an unlit proves unsatisfactory It Is replaced free of chnrse nnd no iiuestlons are asked. Ill business lias Knn . Hint recently he hns bought fruit from other produccrn In order to supply his trade. Hut he lias iilwnys taken particular cart to ship only Itir! iunllty fruit, no that bU hlk'h slatidanl will he tKTa-lmial cupplyltii prmluctd of extra ipinl-It- y Active steps Inkeit by the bureau oj markets, I'nilctt .States ihsirtllieiit of ngrlcultiin'. to nld Its overcoming this shortage of hale ties have resulted III one factory, with an output of NO bundles it day, resuming work to and several other large inarm fncturers stating their willingness to do everything possible to nii-the The bureau of markets hns with the prlnclHl in nnu facttirers of win' and (he lending bale-ti-e factories, urging them to Increase' Ihelr production. A survey of the entire sltuntlou tllscloseil that the general scarcity Is due mostly to strike, trttiisortiithu dltllctillles ami hort-ngof wire. As distribution Is one of the main reasons for the presnit shortage, the department of agriculture bus sug gestisl plans tu manufacturers y which It I Iiohh1 to supply those section of the country first wln're the nissl I most pressing. It Is Isdleved pnx-iss- l Hint If lb" manufacturers along the lines stiggcsttsl, sutnclent bale ties will Ih manufactun-and shlptod to deiilen to supply the de mnnd with little loss to die hay crop. e d 2 Live Stock - - - AND - - - J. C. Itlgsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy maintained, lie nallse that unbss he does this he will soon o. liU patrons' ronndemv ntul voluntary . bU Iwst buslm-s- Implement Sale Immediately after the sale of the above farm t nssi-t- llfe-glvlu- farmer who furnishes similar proof of the value of the parcel Mist In tllnt marketlne. This man sell ilrcs.ed Exercise Intelligently. meats and fruits to "Grow younger as you grow older by The cultivating h love of kimkI, healthful, customers In NnOivllbv Teim ngo by SILAGE FROM MATURED CORN bout-s- t sport," Is r.ouii(t advice. Wnlk-In- -, business wns starlisl two veiir selllllB to 11 friend Who WHS so plelle. riding, rowing, playlnit golf, tent. that he told his Feeding Value Not Decreased Where nis ur croquet or any other mild form with the neighbors of his good fortune. Ears Have Not Fully Developed of exercise In the open ulr keep tl Cheapness Not Essential. When Preierved. muscles supple uml prevent the Joints Other tlillias being eipjal, purchnsiTs from stiffening, til Ik the lungs with estiSllngc made front corn flint has nn oxygen uml keeps the blood expect to save something over direct opIHirtimlly to fully mature but which from becoming sluggish or the liver mated retull prices by dentins It docs not alha been planted In such it way that ami with the producers. torpid. In short, It Is cxcreli-prb-eof parcel-pothe enrs hitve not fully developed, has right thinking that keep the body "In ways follow that the below- Hie market, goods must le practically the same couiMisltlou and rlon tune and up to concert pitch. cxntnple. the same feisllug value its' silage made 1'ally New. levels. This Kenlurkhlli. for Kwett .Murdcit In Chlt-tigtins never cntved to lhoe from corn opially well mat unit hut good Itnlher. he has built which will yield n fair crop of ear com up his entire tiiiilness on the IhisIs to the acre. This Is iiimiim to be of high iiuallty. lie Is Just ns particu- due to the fact that III lie production lar In selecting customers ns some cus- of the ear there Is merely a transfer tomers aro In selecting it producer of the nutrient from the stalk and 'roni whom to obtain farm products, leaves to the car. There Is it slight delie retain his customer by never crease n the feeding value of corn breaking his rule, which Is ,,.ell only when placed In a silo, hut this should the best" Many producer would oc- not exceed 10'., nud I be loss Is less casionally be templed to sell second-gradfrom this method of preserving than produce when the ordrrs exceedIn any other. ed Ihelr supply of tlrst grade produce. This Is something which the Ken DESTROY HOMES OF INSECTS Inslciot, lie never doe. tlicklnn frankly tells hi patrons that lie Is Stalks of Cabbage, Cauliflower and out of lh' desired supplies anil, unOther Vegetables Should Not Be less otherwise lntmclis, lie will till Left In Garden. order u soon its Milhh the New Englander Sells Eggs, For thg Trtatnunt of Clean Up the cuhhsge patch! Ioiri t'p In u little tow n In New I lamp raise a crop of Insect ct on the Tubereulo$i$ business man who shire Is a retired Maintained by the Loulirille stalks. That Is what Is likely to hap-l-etin built up a good trade Ip marketing AuocUiion (or If stalks of cabbage or of cauliThe business lt i ggs direct to customers, the adequate treatment of flower, col lards, brutsels sprouts, ami was started because of the unsatisfacIn all Its sugei at Itit ttait such vegetables are left III the garden r week. In. tory prices at certain city maikets. after they hive fillllllrd their food ail. Kstet $15.00 some unsatisfactory cx'ierlence eluding board, medical attention, After mission. Entomologists of the United In shipping with containers of vHrl Laundry, etc High etound comStates department of agriculture adhe linully evolved one vise manding extcnllve view. Delight, mis kind, that whero such remnants of tbu which Is protlng lunoundlngf. SpeiUlrstesfor ful of his own planuliiK. gardru .ran be promptly fed to hog In in.uif.l II Mnurr, now These are .wliUni very satisfactory. or cat tin a double purpose will Ite mw aoHlkU. IW manufactured for him In large ipinn-title- , MTved Insect pest wltt be kept down I, (UN M, ImUnUlt, AJ. thus hrlUKlliiC dnuu the cost. and a food provided for Particular care Is taken In packing animals. he eggs and In tyluj the parcel. A Mown In Kenijicky Is it e exiM-rlenc- cs, Tuesday, September 7th, DINNER WILL BE bo oId SERVED. ''and the following personal property will publicly; e s st LIVE STOCK Five teams of work mules, from four to eight years of age; Two I'ercherou mares, one with suckling mare mule by side; One good four year old One family horse, buggy and harness; Two fresh milk cows, one with calf by side. IMPLEMENTS - Jack; e Hazelwood Sanatorium tubet-culot- n Deering Hinder, one Deering mowing Machine, one Three-hors- e wheat drill, two riding Oliver Turning plows, Superior wheat drill, one hay rakes, one Fordson Tractor complete, which cdnslsts of two plows and two double disc harrow, one cutting harrow, three horse; one smoothing harrow, one e cultivators manure spreader, one tobacco setter, used one season; three many other farming tools, bought this season. double shovels and Four hundred barrels of new corn, four stacks of hay. Terms all sums $25.00 and under cash in hand ; over that amount, bankable note, three months without interest. One one-horse one-hors- SP00NAM0RE DANVILLE, tt.t KENTUCKY. uieat-iuakli- t HESTER mjacm The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 2, 1 920 1 LOOK WHAT IS COMING It is my pleasure to announce that Mr. T. J. Todd has employed me as his agent to what is k nvn as the E. C. McWhorter farm in Garrard County, Kentucky on the Richmond and Lancaster pike (also now called the 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 new-Federa- l Tuesday, Sept. 14th, p AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. DESCRIPTION A beautiful tract of land with long pike frontage 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, 1A 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 6rib, 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 be 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. R G. WOODS, Paint Lick, Ky. Julius Caesar was sensitive regard- Inr h!a htldnrs. Ho IDUCh did tht worry him that be became 111. When the day cam on which Caesar 1Icot. ered that there win no remedy he hail a crown made that cot red the entire top ami hack of hl head, but It torture to wear It. OnU Man's Vanity. Waterspouts and Cloudbursts. Imply a vuddet cloudburst I copious rnlnfitll, a l( the whole cloud had been precipitated nt once. Water neeom Ktlt are hurtling pun led hy whirlwind, which whip thi ruin Into dine, whirling column A raln-cloud- water, Washington' Peculiar Hobby. principal dl Oeorge Washington's version was trnlnlnc bahy fasc. lit raa fond of for Punting. He took tin anlmnl home, and trnlnil them In nl which ho often exhltt kinds of trlck Ited to friend. Evolution of the Harp. "Crooked Usage." The modern harp ha been evolved This curious name for a London (mm types found among tho Kcyp I lbly arote from the fact Hint tlnns, Assyrian. Hebrew and varloui street the word "nagv In fonner time was Celtic nations. No doubt tho ban applies to the atrip of common land, originated In the nrchery of older or tNiths, between private plot ot time, nm! the twang of tbo released cultivated land. Imdon' "Crooked t)w string. Usage" Mreet probably one id these pathsAustria' Salt Monopoly. The Austrian monopoly on salt On Peruvian Railways. ruined all the unit Industrie for a The rallwaya of central IVru spread period of 14(1 year. There aro no Fall of the uaitlla. partitionJut ten daya afler the celebration cut In n V, at the right hand end of datn up to the time of the safely be more ing of Poland, but It can Of our own Independence day. Prance which la lluancayo, something and alt her children, no matter In than i!fs) miles from l.tina. At every snld that the salt mines of Gallcta supwhat part of the world they may be. railroad station, old women crowd plied about H).(k tons of salt yearly. cmphaila Uie Hth through the earn selling the favorite Wlellertka lout 24.0"O tons and mark with of July, which day ha -- often been nectar of the Incu, alt purchasers Itochnln 17.ln tons. There were no other salt mines In Poland In the year the Trench drinking from the mim cup, unit lenned In America several from the aine filling. 177i Hn I H !"" VineHrnn Fourth of July." It was on July 14. I"M. the storming of the Ilaitlle took Nearly every traveler ha hi own ti Qraat Russian Hon. ply of a more potent native bt'vcrage. place. The harbor of Odessa, In south ltu la. Is formed by several stone pier and a lone breakwater and Is protect- It U the only rtlrrctlon. Bap of Earth Covtra Two Acres. At "Hoy Land," a achool for boys In Kantn Ilartiara. CM. It la possime to view the whole earth, laid out flat like a map over tout two acres of ground. HlTera. lake, mountain, continent, and oceans are all compute. The hoya can paddle through the larger waterwoys. ral-ley- a, sn - icultr gen-rral- ly M3JDXlyttJttMi WILL YOU RECOVER The full amount of your lots? ' drawlni; SO feet can come directly to the docks, and the dock are lareer and better equipped than those of any other lllack nea port The depth Is 33 feet on one aide and 13 to 17 feet on the other. YOU WILL NOT 1 To-day. Unless Your Insurance Written in Accordance With the Vnluei of Property Values (Real and Personal) Have Practically Doubled During the Patt Three Years. You Should Insure According To These Increased Vxlues. Armor for th Golfer. "Oolfer who fear snake," aaya Children and Book. traveler, "mUht try the 'tin armor It does the child no harm to make lactic resorteil to hy wanderer In tae the acquaintance of books which were tropical (wamp lauds. It la tho cus-- ' In a home not written for children. torn of sumo explorers to fasten a Inwhere .bright tin disk over their ankle. This spired the great looki that hnve or amused urcelve generatleaintne sNtt attract the reptllin. tlons are accessible an which liivorlahly strike at It and no- child I likely at some time to get where else, Tho stroke Is thus renat them. If we want our children to dered harmless und leaves tho snake fall In love with the better kind of In u position to recelvu u knockout s book let us provide them with blow at Urn Intended victim's discrefor meetlne uch books with-- 1 tion. I.oudon Chronicle. out too much formality, actlve-mlndcoplor-runltle- Reduced to Minimum. Vouldn't Do to Confute Him. iwper: "I found Mr. Cnrt Patf'f i!( ay thnt ' iriie li nt her wrlght considerably aired. HI on. fmh r . not a t l.i r I. (,$ I nt mi one black hair I very gray," wojld dare fi r that rm-o- ti to cull him nn miiethyot. Dnllno New. Jud Tunklna. Jtld Tunkln says some of the pen I Humanity. plu who founded free libraries could We all dread u bodily pralyls and have mude a much bigger hit with tlx Iopulaee by founding free motion pie would make use of every contrlvanc to avoid It hut none of us Is troubled turu exhibition. about a paralysis of tie soul. l.plcto turn. World'a Two Great Canals. The Suex canal, which was opened In 1MS, Is (iO miles lone, while the Paraffin for Dull Furniture. Paiinma canal Is but WVS miles tn When your furniture eel n llttli length. It cost about JlCOsllKlO to dull tonkin and feels sticky, try pour entruet the Suex cannl, whlln the Ine a little bit of parnltln nn n rag and of building tho Panama runnl wnr rubblnc dry with a clean duster unit' every hit of the oil Is removed. II aimo't four times that amount. will lenve a nice polish und he Verj tatlsfactcry. Years of a Watch' Usefulness. Tho roller Jewel of n wntch nmkrj nowllng Oreen History. every day 4X:.( Impacts against tin In 1T32 llowllnit firwn &17 acre) fork, or lfti.r.svusi blow during tl. course of n lenr. which figures oul In New York city was ordereM fenced It' was leased at one eppercorn blow during the sjoc of ' .TlM.lVifi.fii tuoty years, the perlixl for which i ivnr for 11 years to three cltlieni r a private bowline creen. tho lease wate h Is UMiallr minranteed to keer I cood time. betne renewed for a second 11 yean i shillings ut ier annum. Autoino h e Illlle Book. Jefferson's Aim. Jefferson soucht to create In the university of the state an Institution that would not only thronch traditionlve to the state al culture value and Judces . . . and expound . . . structure of envern-mrnf,- " Juit received n car hut would also "harmonlie and or aencuuure. promote the Interests manufacture and commerce, and by view of political econ omy give free rourso to public Kidder flraham. EnglishGhort-SiQhttd ' I Also, the fload to Ruin. As you say, Hoger the way of th transgressor and the patb of the tin y thorough righteous are both fares. lloston TrHncrtpt. one-wa- Reflected Glory. One man make u poitlon or ai office famous, and after 'h.it the ofllci limits his succeor fiiuiou. Wlcb in Iteacon. Asbestos Feathery ss Eiderdown. Is fetithery as eiderdown and can be spun or woven. An ounct tins been spun Into n string more Uiai n hundred yards lone. Asbewtos ct ' Road Law Easy to Learn. Highway law Is not hurd to understand. It Is universally recognized s tho clenreat expreed and the simplest system of law on our statute hook. It Ieaks, not In terras of dead phrasing, but In simple, direct, for.eful language. Any motorist who enre to do so can ascertain his legal right and liabilities In hi stale In IT. in. mites' reading, snd he won't neiil an Htt' ii.cy to Interpret it for him, villi' r Ohcsla tt Sherlock In Motor. . -- "lee-tilato- load of well-forme- d American It Our price will be right. I Wire Fence Better get your Fence for Fall while you can. will be scarce and hard to get. I Peculiarities of HAVE YOU DONE IT? THOMPSON & ELLIOTT. At the National Bank. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. The foraslni: habit of domestic poultry Illustrate some ot the difference observed In tho manner of wild birds. Place a brood of ducks In u field and Ihey will Ketiernllf pursue one course, warchlui: In a bi.lv over the Held wh treat regularity. A brook cf chickens, on the contrary, will Matter, occasionally reassembling, but never keeping Close together unless they are follow lue a hen. Turle srutlsr themselves less than chickens, but do not njual ducka In th regularity of their Poultry. cry from the iowdered mill, the Incantation and patn, the gold rings and ox teeth of tho forgotten Past to the work of a modern dental surgeon, but like bt predecessor In the profession, the modern leaves behind him hi a rroM It may I monument. of (old which he erecta tn hi memory j a a product of hi mechanical skill, or maybe he ha taught the children of the world the secrvta of health or Uie esthetic value of a pleasing smile, j ' Kxchange. Is a It Dentin's Memorial. t far btn-han- : ! LOGSDON PAINT LICK, KY. CO. I