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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 9, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920090901_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 9, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 9,1920 Clissiftt.. Ctlnit.il KATES i September Fur Sale Began Single Insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for Uie price of Ave, Phone orders must be paid promptly. September 6th, Ends October 1st. hogs. For Sale 25 extra good feeding I Up J J. II. Woods, Manse. DURING THE ENTIRE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER WE WILL OFFER OUR GREAT LINE OF FINE FUR COATS AND NECK PIECES AND MUFFS AT DECIDED DISCOUNTS FROM REGULAR PRICES. We began last January to buy our line of furs and whenever we found any under the market prices we bought them, and in this way we have , FOR SALE A first class grade hull calf, black, weight 450 pounds. Will sell cheap. t. A. W. Kavanaugh. FOR SALE Ten horse power Gasoline engine and ensilage cutter, complete with belts, piping etc New. Phone S3. Jesse W Sanders. !.lMf. : FOR SALE PRIVATELY home place on Stanford street, Mv just f ,; gathered together a great line of very choicest selections of Fine Furs at very reasonable prices. We are absolutely sure that our September prices will be the lowest of the year and urge you to make your purchases during September and as soon as you can. NECK PIECES outside city limits, containing about five acres, well Improved, with nice r'ilence, barn and wel eaulnned nUaghte r house. Hayden Leavell. STRAYED. To my place about the midlde of August, a white and red shoat, weight about (JO pounds. Owner can have pig by proving same and paying charges. J. F. Adams. Lancaster. K " '' , Notice. FUR COATS Finest Hudson Seal Coats, with Collars of Squirrel and Skunk and also plain. Bay Seal Coats in plain and trimmed. Kit Coney Coats and Marmot Coats. . Great assortment of pieces in Real Black Lynx, Taupe Lynx, Foxes in Black, and Taupe. Wolves in Black, Brown and Taupe, Beaver, Real Mink, Jap Minks, Kolinski, Grey Squirrel and Salfie Squirrel and Hudson Seal. Eh-ow- n Notice is hereby given that blank Fire Polices Nos. 188351 to IH8400 both inclusive, also blank torando Polices Nos. 133001 to 133025 both inclusive, of the London and Lan cashire rire Insurance Co., Ltd. of Liverpool. England, have been lost from our office, and the public is hereby cautioned against the acceptance of any of said poHces, as no claims thereunder will be recognized by the Company. Elmore ajid Hopper, Agents. 3 215.3 1. PRICES $75.00 to $800.00. PRICES FROM $20.00 TO $250.00. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING EACH DAY SHIPMENTS OF TAILORED SUITS, COATS, SILK DRESSES, TRICOTINE DRESSES, WAISTS, ETC. THE NEW PRICES WILL BE FOUND v-VERY ATTRACTIVE. Farm For Sale Privately. The Mrs. Sallie Sanders farr of acres located in the Sandstone belt near the e farm, a aaad new three room house and two good tobacco Urns. and land that wilt grow the best of tobacco. Look this farm over, It is the kind that will pay for itself in a few years. See Clayton Mar.ee on the farm or G. C. Walker, Lancaster. Ky. 0 3t.) 10 Poor-hous(8-2- A. B. Robertson DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. (COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD W. II. Furr, VS. J. W. I'ointcr, ct al. & BRYANTS VILLE Bro. Misses Zillah and Amy Dawes and Mr. Colliver Dawes were In Lexlng. Wool-fol- Ohio & Indiana 'Farms For Sale. Buy a farm In Ohio's best county "Darke." with thirteen hundred miles of pike roads. Assessed valuation of Darke County is eighty-sevemillion dollars. The entire county is blue grass land, mostly black tile drained land. Fine for tobacco, corn, wheat, oats, clover and alfalfa. No better country for dalring and hog raising. Write for free price list of Ohio and Indiana farms. Can suit you In any site, price or location desired. Johnson & Heaty, Greenville, Ohio. n HHRKkliiId ' asssssssssssssH Sonora Period Designs. thut the phonogapn should harmonize with the decorative style of the room in which it is used. That the phonograph may not only be a joy to the ear but that it shall be equally harmonious to the eye. We have on hand tin Colonial period model for demon-shoul- d so) this ntyU. stntlon. AM admirers of Colonial cabinet work believe Arc cteated for those who Defts, I'uriuant to a judgment rendered J at the August Term, 1U20, the under-- l signed Commissioner will tell at pub. higheftt and bet. lie auction to i bidder at the Ourt House Ouui n. Lancaster, Ky., at 1 1 o'clock, A. M , or thereabout!, on MONDAY, SE IT KM H Kit 27th. li20. In the the real estate mentloifed pleading and described u follows: A certain tract or parcel of land located in Garrard County, Kentucky, on the head waters of Drakes Creek and Kennedy' Fork of White Lick Creek and bounded n follow! Ueglnning'qt a stake in County Road in line to R. G. Wood. Heirs, (now Murphy) a corner to Wm Faulkner. N 25 H W 10 H chains to a stake and maple corner to said Faulkner, in line to E. II. Walker land: thence in lints with Walker 8 00 W ?.'7 chalntjowt stake in said line, n new comervm line to Murphy, formerly Wood, in County Road; thence with said line N 35 E 2.32 chains to the beginning, containing 5.35 acres. The purpose of this sale Is to satisfy the debt of W. II. Furr amounting on day of sale to $388.27, and the estimated cost of this action, $75.00, TKRMS. Mr. Jesse Mershon is some better ton Friday Mrs. E. II. Uallard returned to her at this writing. CIRCUIT COURT. Mr. J. H. Edwards has purchased home Saturday after several days stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Plaintiff, n new Nash tou.'ing car. at Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis attended the Lexington Fair Saturday Mr. Harry Ford of Lexington has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John W. llryant. Miss Murgaret Croushorn has accepted a position in the Dank of Ury- antsville. Mr. and Mrs. II C. Ruble were Sunday guests qf Mr. and Mrs. J. II. 9 Ruble of Danville. Mr. A. C. Cosby of Cincinnati was the guest last week of Mr. C. W. Coulter and family. Miss Lida Uroidui of Lancaster is the attractive guest of Miss Lettie Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Montgomery and little daughter of Paint Lick were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs John llryant. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and little daughters, Mr. ond Mrs. Harris Tur ner and son Voris of Decatur Illinois hill'M PM(fir.i.l In .V 8.2G1U- On October 4, the opening day at LEXINGTON, there will be two races that will go down In history, the Futurity ($7000) for and the Walnut Hall Cup ($3000) for trotters. In the former every good 2 year old In America is eligible: and of thoe named for th Cup eleven have already won amongst the very best company, namely, Peter Coley, Tootaie Tolse, Millie Irwin, Native Chief, Walnut Frisco, Uonnie Del, Comit. Ilrother Peter. Eliza Dillon. IJovola and Edgar Worthy. ten days stay with Mr. W. J. Uroadus and family. Mrs. John Uroadus and daughtvr Misses Anna Mat and Lida Uroadus entertained at an elaborate dinner last Tuesday In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and little daughters of Decatur, III., .Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Uroadus, Uroadus. Mr. and Mrs. Ilogau Milliard at- Mrs. R. I. Urown of Pinevllle, Mrs. tended the Methodist Conference at U. II. Halcomb, Misses Mary lielle Halcomb and Lettie Uroadus. Lexington Sunday. Miss Dolly Rolleston of SU AugusSpecial Service. tine Fla., is the guest of MiiAHie '' Mae Edwards. Next Sunday will be Mr Uryun Uallard and Miss Mayme, College" Sunday ut the Christian Uallard were in Danville shopping on , Church. Special services will be held Wednesday In the morning in honor of the young Messrs Marshall Scottamj Chen-ou- lt men and women of the congregation Ruble attended the, Lexington who will soon leave for college. All of these young people are invited to fair Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Fannie llryant I the guest of attend the services as special guests Mrs. II. U, Munt. of the congregation. Some special her features will mark the services, Miss gomery ut Paint Lick. Mary Lee Leur will sing a solo. Mr. Mr and Mrs. Floyd, Curtis enterEliilia Currier will make a tained Rev, Holder, Rev, Clark and talk on "Why I Am Going to Col. 11. A. Dawes to dinner Friday. Rev. lege." Miss Ucrnlce Champ and Mr. Messrs Tetty Mullins, Jen Halcomb Will Rice Amon will make and Lawrence Croushorn spent the ute talks on "Why. I yfmi to Col. week end with friends In Lexington. lege." Mr. Uourland, he minister, Miss Lillian Dean of Versailles re- will nen deliver a short sermon in turned home Monday after several keeping with the occasion. This days stay with Miss Allle Mae Ed- ought to prove an Interesting service wards , an d all who will are Invited to Mr. and Mrs. O. M, Moreland, and grand-daughtfive-minu- te flve-ml- tlil ,.11.-., l ....... WMV ... M n For Up-To-Da- tc Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Mrs. J. A. Amon, Luncaster, Ky. The sale 41t be made on a credit of Ax unoMwelve months, and the purchaser will be required to execute bands with approved security for the purchase price, payable to W. II. Urown, Master Commissioner, due in six and twelve months, respectively, with interest at six per cent from date until paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which ex ecution may issue, and a lien will be retained upon the land until the pur- cnase money is paid. W. If. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C, It. II. Tomllnson. Att'y for i'lff. Repairing, and all kiads of Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P,Bllliams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work w I , Women larred. the coareat No woman has eaten of HU Catherine, oa lit. Slnsl, fat more than 1,400 year. Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 9. 1920 groom. About thirty young people of the Mrs. T. H. Slavln is in Louisville B. Y. P. U. at this place went to Berea Sunday night to render their for n visit to friend. program. The B. Y. P. U. at Berea Mm. Mona Chnstcm has relumed served lunch consisting of nice to her home at Auttin, Ind. cake ami Ice tea, bananas, Mr. T. J. Underwood has returntd and apples. All had a delightful Williamsburg. from n vlilt to time. Saturday MiM Fay Woods spent night with MIm Sadie Kn.rton. MT. HEBRON. .Miss Fannie Dowen was in Nlchol nvllle .Monday to the ball same. Mr. R. ?.. Trice was here last week Mrf. E. F. Hedrick li n viiltor in to sec his son, Mr. Tom Price. and around Paint Uck thi week. Miss Bessie Teater was a guest of Mn. Win. Lrnr i visiting her son, Miss Aline McCullcy Thursday night. Heed and family at Middleboro thi Mr. Harmon Teater and family of week. Jessamine visited relatives here Sun-daMr. Curry Hlce of Paris vliited Dr. 11. J. Patrick and family part of lait Mrs. Harvey Teater and Miss Berweek. nice Tenter spent Monday with Mr. The teachers of this community are Hugh Moberly. attending Institute at Danville thii Messrs. John and Tom Matt Chnnd-lc- r week. spent Tuesday with Mr, and .Mrs. IJ. W. Estridgc wai in Winchester Harvey Teater. the first of lait week In the intereit The Messrs. Chandlers have sold Shriners. their farm to Messrs. John Wesley Mesdames R. W. Estrldge and M. and Dewey Dailey. K. Uoss were in Klchmond shopping Rev. R. G. Young filled his npopint-meMonday. at the M. E. Church here SatSeveral from hcTe were in Rich- urday evening nnd Sunday. mond to hear the Democratic Misses Thelma Simpson nnd Iva speeches. Hollon are in Danville to attend the Mils Marie Ledford has returntd Teacher's Institute this week. from Herea where she spent a week Mnster Elmer Ray of Teatersvillc visiting. and Hiram Carter of Buckeye spent Master Messrs. William Ralston an.1 A. 0 one night Inst week with Estridge were in Herea courting Sun- Gillie Kurtz. day nlpht. Mr. Tom Price was very painfully Mr. Jimmie Penny of Mt. Sterling injured while shoeing his horse WedThe horse fell. has rturned home after n visit to nesday afternoon. Jerking Mr. Price down and striking Mr. Edwin Walker. Mrs. Elizabeth Patrick left Mon- him on the jaw with his foot. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon, Mrs. W. I day for Paintsville for several days B. Ray, Mr. nnd Mrs John Land and visit with relatives. Miss Alma Lear has returned from son, Misses Bernice Teater and Ivn several week. visit to Xorfork, Ilcech Hollon and Mrs Howard Land attend, ed the fair at Lexington Thursday. and Portsmouth, Va. Mr. Squire Burton died at his home , Mary and Lucille Price visMines ited Mrs. J. L. Coldiron and attend- here Friday morning of diseases in-- ! cident to old age. He had been very) ed church last week. feeble for some time. He was the j Mrs. Jennie Stowe returned to her last of n large family and was seven home in Canden, Ohio, Monday after years of age. a visit ti relatives here. Burial took place in the family Misses Eugenia Dunlap and Helen grave yard here Saturday morning. (Sulley, of Lancaster, were recent vis. itors of Miss Ruth Ross. With Cox and Harding both hande Several from here were In some men, the male persuasion is at Monday for the ball came. its wit's end to figure out how the Xlcholasvillc vs. Paint Lick. woman will vote. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Estridge, who No, we haven't an unkind word to have been to London visiting their say of any hunmi being. It's only son, Felix have returned home. when we don't consider them human Miss Sadie Ralston nas returned that we tear loose nnd rip off n few. from n vitit to her brother, Jam?: Harve Ralston at Logan, W. Va. Mr. R. G. Woods has tod his house and lot where Mrs. Sarah Rucker lives to Mr. John Colion. Poises sion given January 1st. Mrs. Zack Estridge of Champaign, 111., has returned home after a visit to her son, Mr. E. E. Estridge and family at this place. Messrs. Chas. Brooks and Francis Buchanan of Baltimore Md., have been the pleasant guests of Major and Mrs. F. M. Dnviion. Mr. and Mrs. Arch McKinney of Louisville and Miss Bettle Paxton of Stanford were guests of Mrs. E. T. Woods and Miss Mae Royston. Mr. and Mrs. Arch McKinney of Louisville and Mrs. E. L. Woods of Paint Lick, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Woods and family. Mrs. Price Williams of Richmond Miss Lucy Williams, Mr. Elfrey Williams and daughter of S. C. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Boone, Sunday. Miss Bertha Colion visited her aunt, Mrs. John Colson Saturday night and Sunday. She nlo spent Sunday night with Mitt Grace Hnll and attended B. Y. B. U., at Berea. Miss Jennie Bronston came down Sunday evening and spent the night with Mrs. I). W. White. She left Sunday morning on the early train for Paris where she began teaching. Misses Mae Steely, Elizabeth pnJ Marie Cronley and Bernice Byrd, wao have been Miss Edna Underwodo's home guests the past ten days return, tnl to their homes at Williamsburg Sunday. Major and Mrs. F. McKenzle Davison and visitors have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James L, Newman whI attended the Barge Dance and dinner party at Frankfort Thursday evening. Large crowds attended every service at the Christian Church during the Hcries of meetings, whioh closed Sunday night. There were eighteen additions ten of whom were Baptised Sunday evening at 3:30. Miss Mary Noel. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parks and baby, of Danville, Mrs. Reynolds of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mr. II. T. Noel of Santa Barbara Cul., will be with Mr. and Mn. J. B. Woods for about ten days. Major and Mrs. McKtnzie David-se- n attended the Wedding of Mrs. E. C Lisle and William Kldd Allen in Winchester Saturday evening also the dinner at the HASELDEN Sunday given for the bride and FAINT LICK THE WONDERFUL WALDEN COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. FARM OF (iAHKAUDCIHCUIT COUNT, Wm Li sr. VS. sand-witche- s, Plaintiffs, 276 ACRES IN GARRARD COUNTY , Defls Hercd Itamrs, et al. Judgment rendered Pursuant to at the August Trrm, ll20, the under stgne I ronimiionT will sell at pub to the hisrtieiA anil best lie u. luiliiir a? the Court House Door in laineaitrr. Kentucky, at II o'clock A, M or thereabouts, on ?" y. flt Public Auction TUESDAY, SEPT. 10 O'CLOCK. 9 miles North of Lancaster at mouth of Sugar Creek, en Kentucky River and on Poor Ridge turnpike. 200 acres of extra rich Kentucky River bottom land, noted for corn, to bacco and hemp seed, and 76 acres of splendid sandstone land. ISO acres in Grass, balance in cultivation. 20 barrels of corn per acre is just an ordinary crop. Why "fool with" the average 10 barrel per acre land when you have the opportunity to buy this Iand.( It has made others rich and will do the same for the buyer on Sept. 28th. This is an ideal investment proposition. Grasp it. The present crop is evidence of the fertility of the soil, look it over and be convinced. This farm is a hog raiser, a cattle fattener, crop producer and mortgage lifter. Will be subdivided and sold in several tracts to suit the purchaser. 8 room, 2 story dwelling, comfortable and convenient, large back porch. Four tobacco barns of 24 acres capacity. Two stock barns, 300 barrel rat proof corn crib, granary, and all, necessary out buildings. Three excellent tenant houses of 4 and 5 rooms each. School, Church and store within a stone's throw. Dailr mail service in h mile. Shipping facilities by water, and landing at your door. BUY THIS HOME, LIVE IN COMFORT, OF RICHES IT WILL MAKE YOU DREAM AS YOU LISTEN TO THE STEAMBOAT WHISTLE ON THIS NAVIGABLE one-fourt- ,MONDA SKITKMHKK 27, 1020, s- 28th. nt estate mentioned In the pleadings anil described as follow In (iarrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of Sugar Creek (near the three fork of Sugar Creek) anil which is bounded by the Innds of Canada l.iavell, Frank Denlns, Foun tain Huffman, Frank Clark and oth out in and land of the foregoing bound there Is excluded one ary f quarter of an acre of land hereto, fore sold by Robert U Scott and wife to John Simpson, the boundary and set forth in of decnjt' Thewhich Is of land here amount said tier I by convrved contains 40 acres morr t'red from II. M. I.nnc anl or leM others to J S Stone, et al. Is dated Januarv J li'ltf. recorded In the (iar rard t t unty Clerk's Office In Deed the real No. Ill page 320. The purpose of this sale Is to satis fy he debt f Wm. I.ear for $1137 '.0. with ntercst at six per cent frorr Hook l'.M.x Jam with the I climated II.". W ; nut of this action and TKKMS: until paid, together .'.' e M amount of the debt .n.l the estimated cost the w.ll made upon a cred r e sa'cmonthsbe and the purchaser i.f ,x w I' w tx: elf' . at 'h.. true due in six months and ni ' x per rent interest from unt th aiprovcit renu.red trrurtty for the pur to execute bond i. rrnr! t..- u- It' jt ,.m STREAM. EASY TERMS. Possession January 1, 1921. ,1 Remember the date and remember who sells it for you are assured of a iquare deal. For further particulars see J. H. Walden at Danville, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville office, W. A. Dickerson or (teorge Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or Matter Commissioner of the rruit Court, ami n Hen n: n upon the property ml. I hate mny s paid i H Hri mil .Matter Commissionfr ...far ..rcuit Court. K n. Atiy for Plff. ! uon i' .vjudgmentpayable which ex to W II issue, a ikiiI. having the force and Nicho-lasvill- Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. i,i:i;KD ( ntct Jorr lie e's Admr. js t- COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. iT count I'lff. et al Get the dates of other sales want to sell. Write for complete catalogue. Consult us if you VS VrUur Hei?!e. drdn, t I'ursuart u a Judgmeat August Term, ll'SO. -i' signet nirmissiener will al Defu rendered at the under sell at public tturtiot t the highest nnd best In. IHr at the Court House Door in Lntater K , at 11 o'clock, A M or thereabouts, on MONDAY. SKI'TK.MIIKlt 27. I'JJO 1 and lecribe4 a fistlows. Said property ss 1o Oarrard Cvunk ty. Ky , on ltanes Creek and bound at a stone In Cornenu acre corner to the 2H' Klifha thene tict told to branch Dunn;with l taring tie and sai Dana X M V. 21.60 chains to a .,,nut on the Kant bank of duMW llMtt Creek, corner to same; thenre twa saiit creek alang the Knit bank brtMsrh. a Goodrich Tires today cost 25 less than they did in I9IO and give approximately 100 greater average mileage Compare these prices: Mjustment Hash: a fotUw: ri Nenmatsig , FABRIC TIRE PRICES SIZE 3Q x3 I9IO TODAY .N. 2 E. li.0 chains N S W CO OK efcauu to a sycamore on said creek near th mouth of O'Hriens branch theace up said branch N (ill, V. 4.2a caauui to a point, lit the branch 21 feet of a sycani.rr pointer. j a bcm- corner; thence new line S 03 ' K S1.M chains to a point in Come Btis Urnnrh. new corner; thencn down isasJ branch new line Sfi V t.S2 I chain. S. HO't V passing an elm at Unk in all (IhO chains S. 17 iV S.St chain to the beginning contain-ta43.1.1 acre. However there is ta be deducted from this boun4.iry the faltewing boun.lary sobl by John Iltxtejr to Sam lleasley as follows: Ueginning at two sramorc trees n the bank of lleones Creek near the mouth of O'ltannons branch; thence up Iloones Creek S 5 K 5.50 chains to a stake un the west side of the road a new corner in the old line: thence a new line S 7i K 12.50 chains to i a stake; thence N H K (l.rtl chains to a stake in T. I. Hemn's line, a new earner; thence with his line X 2W U IMH chains to a point in O'Han. uon's branch (25 feet West from a sycamore tree pointer); thence down jaW branch S f.O V rt.3C chulns to the - Vt 25.45 33. SS 19. IP j 3Q3 31x4 34x4 Silvxktown Cords, 8000 Mites Fabric Tikes, 6000 Miles 355 I 48.65 65.35 82.75 13.20 36.80 S3. IS I beginning containing 10 acres, 1 K and i.t! poles. John Ueutley derived title to this tract of land by deed to T. 1. Herring on September Ifith., 1895 and sume U recorded in the flarrnrd County clerk's effice in Deed llook 14, page 401. The purpose of this sale is to settle th estate of John Heazley. ilec'd 6S.35 and to distribute the remainder of the funds among the Joint owners of the land us their rights may appear, . Goodrich Tires Hun 3esf in the Long SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY BROTHERS GARAGE AND C. to execute bond with security for the purchase price duo in six months and bearing six per cent interest from date until paid having the force nnd effect of In Judgment Ution which execution may Issue, payable to V. H. Ilrown, ! of i!.",r Commissioner lien the Garrard circuit Court and a will be re. served upon the property sold until the purclinie money is paid. W. II, Ilrown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. J. K. Itobinson, Att'y for I'liffs. It is .reported thut the former crown princess of Germany is to mar ry an American if she succeeds in ob mining a divorce from her husband. Ilut that is by no means surprising. A charming woman is always ambitious to rise in the world. 'It required approved THUMB; The sale will be made on n credit of six months nnd the purchaser will Brown-Proctorl- e, E. MORGAN. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Sept 9, COY MIm Ida Speake of Mt. Hebron U teaching chool Mt this place. Mr. Caleb Johnson, who has been few day has return-eIn Uxington d 1 920 Cracks at Creation. Now, all together! to her hum. Mm. Jame Matthews and baby Ray, were the uunli of Mr. Mu on day lait week. Mr. Hansford Speake, who hat been nwoy from home for some time returned home lait Sunday. Precincts New Voting Term, August Regular Garrard County Court, 23, 1920. Present Hun. Forest Stapp, Judge. "Madame Pre- - sldentl" Thinking is 3 It often prevent too a wise and safe habit. much talking. Same people ore never able to make up something that doesn't ex Ut. I Mrs. Lewi Simpson was the guest here-to-fer- e of her daughter, Mr. Speed Shtrrow of MU llrhron, who Is III nt thli lime. Sanders ami Ann Mm. Mary Thompson spent Sumlay with htr son Jnmcs and Clyde Sandn and NO. 1. family. Mr. and Mr. Tommlc Dalley were the guests Saturday night and Sun No. 1, Boone Creek. day of Mr. and Mn. Itobert Whit Helnnlng nt the center of the Public .Square In Uncaster, thence with ejt taker. the middle of Lexinton Street to the City Limit; thence with the Cenreturned Mr. Jame Clouie ha Lexington pike to the llryantavllle Magisterial District Houndary; home after pending a few day with ter of the thence with said Houndary to the Hoyle County line; thence with the lioyle hi daughter, Mr. Iluford Crow of County line to the New Danville pike; thence with said pike to the City LiUncaster. Street to York Street; thence mit; thence with the center of Danville Misse Monta and Iva Harden of with the center of York street to Maple avenue; thence with the center of Lexington are visiting their parent, Maple avenue to the alley nt back of A. T. Anderson's; thence a straight line Mr .and Mm. O. J. Harden of thU to center of Public Square, the beginning. place. The place of votlr.j: Jhall be within said boundary in Lancaster, Ky. Mr. and Mr. V. M. Matthews en. tertuinvd the following Sunday; Mr. No. 2, and Mr. I.en Cobb and daughter. Mattle Heutah, Mm. Mattie Harvey, Heginnlng at center of Public Square nt Unrastrr; thence n straight Mr. and Mm. Hill Whittaker and Mr. Caleb Johnson, Mr ami Mr. Jamc line to the crossing of nlley back of A. T. Anderson' thence with the center Matthew and children In the after-noo- of Maple Avenue to York Street; thence with the center of York Street to day wai Danville Street; thence with the center of Danville Street and center of New A most enjoyable Danville pike to the Hoyle County line; thence with the Hoyle County line pent. to Lincoln County line: thence with Lincoln County line to the Mouth of Water Works branch; thence with the center of Water Works Hrnnch to COMMISSIONER'S Water Work; thence with center of Water Work road to Paulding Street; thence with the renter of Paulding Street to Danville Street; thence with center of Danville Street to center of Public Square, tlm beginning. SALE OF LAND The place of voting shall be within said boundary in Uncaster, Ky. but Incompliance with Chapter 64, Acts of 1920, Kentucky Statutes requiring the redistricting of the magisterial We rise to mark that there little districts of the various counties of the State of Kentucky, thereby creating more voting precincts to conform to the law in regard about. this wrel. .vottr remarking to same, owing to the women of this Commonwealth being granted the right of suffrage, and the Garrard County Court having The reds recently captured by the appointed II. V. Bastin, A. T. Scott, K. B. Ray and C. B. Ledford as commissioners to redistrict said County, the Poles belie their name. They nre said commissioners mn le the following report, which is adopted and it is ordered br the Court that the said magisterial disJ some blue. tricts of Garrard County be redistricted accordingly, as fellows: The fellow who thinks before speaking speaks less often but to MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Precinct Precinct No. 9, Buena Vista Heginnlng on the Kentucky river at the mouth of Dix River; thence up said Dix Hivcr to Ton Yard llranch; thence with said branch with its meanders to the old Stone House where It intersects with the road leading to Hrynntsvilk1; thence with the center of said road to Hryantsville; thence with the renter of tire Lancaster and Lexington pike to the Hridge over the Kentucky river at Camp Nelson; thence down said river to the mouth of Dix Hlver the beginning. The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Hryantsville, Ky. greater effect. A wise man never boasts of the money he makes. It might reach the ears of his wife. "B. P." bid's fair to live in history as signifying "Before Prohibition." But a good Joke Is seldom forgotten. China is short on kegs, casks and barrels, but in this country we are mainly short of something to put In'em. Wise people are always willing to of othen. profit from the wisdom That's the reason you read this column. And still, Professor Taft and Pro- fessor Wilson will not be entirely without claims to distinction. They typify the fat and the lean of It. Precinct No. 10, Bourne. Heginnlng nt Kentucky Hlver bridge, nt Camp Nelson; thence with the center of the Lexington and Uncaster pike to the pike leading to Mt. Hebron; thence with center of the Mt. Hebron pike to the new road between farms of Tom Hicks and Sid Doolin; thence with center of said road to the County road between the farms of C. M. Dean and X. J. Gosney ; thence with the center of said County road to Sugar Creek; thence with center of saidi creek to the Jesse Davidson Hill; thence across to the mouth of Davis Creek to the Kentucky river; thence down the Kentucky river to the beginning. The place of vo'ing hall be within said boundary at Hryantsville, Ky. Precinct Water Work. n. BUCKEYE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 3. He Wanted To Know. (Minnesota Foolscap.) Precinct No. 11, Buckeye. A man got in a cab at the Rich Heginning nt the mouth of dirt road, on Poor Hidge pike, called Sad Houndary to Lancaster Magisterial District, thence with line of Magisterial District to the line of Hryantsville Magisterial District; thence with same to the mouth of Davis Creek on Kentucky river; thence up aid river to mouth of Paint Lick Creek; thence up same to the mouth of dirt road, leading from Paint Lick Creek to Huckeye; thence with center of said road to Huckeye turnpike; thence with center of said pike to mouth of dirt road leading to Scotts Fork Creek from Huckeye, thence with the center of Une, in .an-cast- er GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. I'lainlilT. G. M. Treadway, et al. VS. Defendant. Ruth Hucker. et at. Precinct No. 3, Gilbert Creek. Heginnlng mond railway station and said: "Drive me to a haberdashers. "Yaas, suh." said the driver, whip ping up his horse and drove a block; then lea.ning over to address his pas at the August Term. 920, the 1 Pursuant to n Judgment rendered; L? " under-Igne- d Mauler Commissioner will ell at public auction to the highest and the Court House bet bidder, efore Ky . at 1 1 o'clock, Door in Lancaster, A. M., or thereabout, on MONDAY, 8KPTKMHKR 5!7, 1920. the real estate mentioned in the pleading and described a follow: All of aid property I In Taint tun i Water t.ick. Garrard County, Kentucky, and bounded a follou. lleing what I known 1st. Tract: a the I. C Hucker home place ami containing about .1 acre, and wy deeded to I. C. Hucker. by J. U Barnes by deed March lt, 18S3. recorded in the clerk office of the Garrard County Court In Deed Hook No. 6, page 2tfrt, on the Richmond and Uncatter Turnpike and decrlb-i- n ald deed, and further deicribed by mete and bound .in .a deed from .. . - ..... . i Hackney A Wile 10 J. I. names in Deed Hook No. 6. page 100, In aid Clerk' office, and both of ald deed are refered to a part hereof and the description contained therein are made a part of this deed a if fully copied herein. 2nd. Tract: Adjoin the afore, aid tract and conveyed to I. C. Hucker by deed dated October 17, I'JOS, from K. U Woods, recorded in Deed Hook No. .10, page 15, in on the aid Clerk' Office, and i water of Paint I.ick Creek and on the Northwest lde of the Richmond & Lancaster Turnpike, containing l'J.21 acre, and i fully described in ald deed from Woods to Hucker, which is referred to and made a part hereof and tho description therein made a part of this deed us it fully routed herein. 3rd. Tract, containing certain lot In lal. I li.Irrtli.l n. fill. ...vn, I, . n... low: lleing certain lot in and near the town of Paint Lick. Kentucky, known as No, 1. No. 2, No. 3, No. 4, No. C, Nofifi, No, fi7 and No. fiS, described and contained in n certain map recorded (n Deed Hook No. 28, page HI, of said Clerk's Office and deed to aid land i from A. J. Kidd to I. C. Hucker dated October II, 1UI1, and recorded in Deed Hook 20, page J8, in said Clerk's office. Ami aid deed and aid map are referred to for more specific description of aid land and are made a part of this deed n if fully copied herein. There i deducted from the second tract of land purchased from K. I Wood by Hucker 2.C5 acres, which was sold by I, C. Hucker and wife to the Garrard County Hoard of Education, by deed dated May 28, 1912, and recorded in Deed Hook No, 30, page 103, in said Clerk' office. The Commissioner will offer said lot eeprfratcly ami then as n whole and the bid or bids will be accepted realizing the most money for the said property. And he will offer said Intnl. In separatu tmcta and then as a whole and he will accept the bid or bid realizing the most money. Tho purpose of tho sale I to divide the iirocceds among the Joint owners of the property. - branch to the Lincoln Works; thence with center of Water Work County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the Uncaster and Crab Orchard turnpike; thence with the center of said turnpike to the Uncaster No. 12, City Limits; thence with center of Crab Orchnrd Street to Campbell Street; thence with center of Campbell Street to the alley at Kelley's lllacksmlth Beginning at the mouth of dirt road, called Sad Une on Poor Ridge shop; thence a straight line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. pike; thence with boundary of Huckeye Precinct No. 11 to Paint Lick Creek; wilMn s'ld boundary in Unraster. hy. The place of voting shall be thence with center of said creek to dirt road on said Creek at Thomps Sebas tian's fa mt; thence old boundary between Walker School House and Buck eye, to line Intersecting the Uncaster Magisterial District; thence with Lick. No. 4, same to the beginning. The pace of voting s' all bs within said boundary at Teatersville. Ky. Heginnlng at center of Public Square In I.ancatcr; thence a straight line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street nt Kelley's Hlacksmith shop; thence with center of Campbell Street to Crab Orchard Street; thence No. 13, School House with center of Crab Orchard Street to the City Limits; thence with center of Beginning at a dirt road near the residence of Thomp Sebastian on Crab Orchard pike to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln Coun ty line to the Paint Lick .Magisterial District corner; tnence wiin saiti uisi. Paint Lick Creek; thence up said Creek to the farm of William Anderson line to the Uncaster and Kirksvllle turnpike; thence with center of said pike and to the intersection of line between Buckeye and Brandy Springs Magis to the Uncaster and Richmond pike at Hyattsville; thrnce with center of terial District; thence with same to Back Creek and Intersection of line of Richmond pike to the City Limits; thence with center of Richmond Street to Huckeye and Uncaster Magisterial District; thence with same to the farm of Hen Turner on Long Branch; thence down said branch to the mouth of Back the center of Publle Huare, the beginning. The place of voting shall be within said boundary In Uncaster, Ky. Creek; thence up the center of Back Creek to the dirt road near the resl dence of Griff Hiirdin; thence with center of said dirt road to Paint Lick Creek, the beginning, being the same boundary of the original Wnlker School House. No. 5, House Precinct. The place of voting shall be within said boundary near Hackley, Ky Beginning at center of Public Square in Uncaster; thence with center of Richmond Street to the City. Limits; thence with center of Richmond NO. 4. pike to the Kirksvllle pike nt Hyattsville; thence with the center of Mild pike said line to the Huck to the Paint Lick Magisterial District line; thence with No. 14 Lick. eye Magisterial District line; thence with said line to Sugar Creek; at corner Beginning at Lowell; thence with the center of Short Pike to the Un the three forks; of A. D. Ford's place; thence with center of said creek to thence with center of Antioch Fork to the Iron Hridge on Huckeye pike; caster and Richmond pike, thence center of same to the White Lick pike thence with the center of Huckeye pike to the corner of Campbell Street; thence with center of White Lick road to the road leading from Cartersvllle thence with th corner of Campbell Street to the alley at Jerry Doty's; thence to Heron; thence with center of same to the Madison County line; thence with same to the mouth of Lowell Branch to the Walker School House line n straight line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. The p'ace of votfng shit! be within snld boundary In Uncaster, Ky thence with same to the beginning. The place of voting shall be withing said boundary at Paint Lick, Ky ar f at center of Public Square in Uncaster; thence with ii win ii vi r E' .. ... cen- - itunii mi i . ' .v I - !.i .. w , ....... zr dirt road called Sad Une; thence with center of said Lane to the beginning, The place of voting hall be within said boundary at Buckeye Ky. " center . . Precinct Teatersville. Precinct Fall senger, saiu: "Scuse me, boss, but whar d yu say you wanter go?" After an To n haberdasher. other block there was the same per formance. "Scuse me, boss, whar d yu say yu wanter go; waj the To a haberdashers somewhat impatient reply. Then came the final appeal. boss, I be'n "Now, look I ain't never giv' nobody nway yiu drivin in dis town twenty years, and You wanter go." Jab'em, Uncle, Jab'em! It i reported from Washington that Uncle Sam has annexed a sharp stick and is beginning to Jab the pro fiteers, with the result that a decline in the price of living is announced. Just where the decline is we don't know, but we hope it Is somewhere. One thing, though, is certain. Uncle's stick will have to be mighty sharp and mighty long before It will make even a dent In the alligator hides of the gougers. Gouging Is a pleasant and lucratlvn pastime to the gougers and they can hardly be expected to reform their ways until they feel the point of the stick or the weight of the star , spangled foot. But Washington says there Is a decline, and because Washington says so it must be so. But personally we decline to fall for n decline that declines to decline. Precinct Walker Precinct Poor MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Precinct Paint Precinct No. 6, Sugar Creek. Precinct No. 15, Manse. Beginning at Lowell pike; thence with center of same to the Uncns Heginnlng at the center of Publle Square In Uncaster; thence a straight line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street at Jerry Doty's ter and Richmond pike; thence with the center of same to the White Lick thence with center of Campbell Street to Huckeye Street; thence with cen pike; thence with renter of White Lick road to John Davis; thence with thi ter of Buckeye street to City Limits; thence with center of Buckeye pike to j line and including same to Tellle Green' line; thence with hi line including dreens line, including same, to topper ireeK pike the Iron Bridge', thence with center of Sugar Creek to the Three Forks there same to .Mrs. of; thence up the North Fork to Kemper Une; thence with the center of thence with center of same to WooiUview- School House; thence with cento said lane to Lexington turnpike; thence with the center of said turnpike to of dirt road to John Tankcrsley's; thence with center of dirt road through the City Limits j thence with Lexington Street to the center of by G. C. Gastineau's to the Walker pike crossing same; thence with center of road through Walker's to Gooch pike, to Lancaster Magisterial District the Public Square, the beginning. The pbco ol voting shall be wi'liin .ld boundary In Uncaster, Ky. line; thence with same to County road on Back Creek; thence with center o same to the beginning. Thu place of voting Miall be within said boundary at Manse Ky, Keep WeO allow the undigested food to accumulate In your bowels, where they are absorbed into your system. Indigestion, constipation, headache, bad numerous blood, and other troubles are bound Keep your to follow. system clean, as thousands of others do, by taxing an occasional dose ol the old, reliable, vegetable, tamily liver medicine. Do not poiseas ol MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 2. Precinct No. 7, Marksbury. Precinct No. 16, Lawson School House Heginnlng at George Connor's thence with the center of brunch to J II. and Arthur McQuerry's including same, to Kvelyn Pointer' line, includ Ing same to J. T. McQuerry's; thence with center of lane to Union road thence with center of snld road to dirt road at John Tankersleyt; thence with center of said road u new line to the Walker pike crossing same, thence with center of road through Walker's to Gooch pike; thence with center of same to line of Uncaster Magisterial District; thence with said line to the beginning. The place of vot ne shall be within said boundary near Lawson School House. Beginning at Kings Mill Bridge on Dix Hlver; thence with the Lexington and Danville pike to Camp Dick Robinson, at the intersection of the Lexington ami Lancaster pike; thence down said pike to the Mt. Hebron pike; thence with the center of said pike to new road between the farms of Tom lllcks and Sid Doolin; thence with the center of said rouil to the County road between the farms of C. M. Denn and N. J. Gosney; thence with the center of said road to Sugar Creek; thence down said creek to the Herring Hill, thence up said Hill and with the center of Kemper Une to the Uncnstcr und branch to Lexington pike; thence crossing said pike and down Camden TKRM.'fc Boone Creek; thence down Boone Creek to Dix River; thence down the Tho property will be sold on n river to the beginning. credit of six months and the purchasThe place of voting hall be within said boundary at Markibury. Ky. er or purchaser will bo required to execute bond or bond with approved security ,due In six months for the No. 8, purchase price, and bearing Interest at six per cent from date until paid, Beginning at Kings Mill on Dix River; thence with the center of the having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may is- Lexington and Danville pike to Camp Dick Robinson to the Intersection of sue, payable to W. H. Urown, Mas- the Uncaster and Lexington pike; thence with the renter of tho Ulncaster ter Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and lien will be re- and Lexington pike to Hryantsville: thence leaving said pike following the served unon the property sold until center ot the pike leading to Tan Yard Branch at the old stone house on J. the purchase money is Paid. B, Leavel's place; thence with said branch to Dix river; thence up Dix River W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner to the beginning. Garrard Circuit Court. The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Hryantsville Ky. L. L. Walker, Atfy for Pliffs. Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Precinct No. 17, Cartersville. Beginning at George Connor's; thence with center of branch to J. 1L and Arthur McQuerry's excluding same; to Kvalyn Pointer's line excluding same to J. T. McQuerry's thence with center of lane to Union road; thence with center of same to Woodsview School House; thence crossing pike with Mrs. Fannie Green's line to Telly Green's line; thence wlth 'same to John Davis' line; thence with Davis' line to White Lick; thence with center of White Lick road to Cartersville road; thence with center of said road to the Madison line; thence with same to the Rockcastle County line; thence with same to the Lincoln County line; thence with same to the beginning. The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Cartersville Ky. Mn. W. P. Pickle, ot Rising Fawn. Oa., writes: "We have used Thedford's a ttatlly medicine. Black-Draught w Black-Draug- Precinct Bryantsville. 8. My mother-in-lacould not take calomel as It seemed too strong lor her, so she as a used mild laxative and liver We use (t regulator ialhe tamily and believe His the best medicine (or Use liver nude." Try it. Insist oa the Bcauiae Thedford's. 25c a pck- ht as ... SCT3 Forest Stipp, Jodie G. C. C. I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday ,. Sept 9 920. 1 iBMHMHUU .. -- WVIWa' Headquarters for PLOWS 1 VULCAN GENUINE VULCAN PLOW POINTS VULCAN PLOW REPAIRS OLD HICKORY WAGONS Conn 3G Brothers. 11111 (11 ' "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." DC The Central Record l.iutd W..kly. Payable It. L .ELKl.V, In $1.50 Advance J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Entered at the Pot Office caster, Ky., ss Second-ClaMatter. n forecasters are willing to make even the smnlk'st kind of a prediction nt Year. this time. The politicians themselves are nil floundering in a sen of uncertainty Local Editor end Mgr. ln LanMail As The Editor Sees It Hew would you like to journey to the nearest city for a pound of sugar, or a yard of muslin, or n spool of thread, or n smoke? And hew would you like to make the trip when you need n prescription filled in n hurry, with death running you u race? noise if You would make some forced to sueh an cxtermity and then more noise. You would say and justly so that a town in which you ennnot buy a pound of sugar, or n yard of mus lin, or a spool of thread, or a smoke, or even get a prescription filled, is n mighty poor excuse for a town and not worth living in. Yet our merchants can only afford to keep these things for your convenience as long as you buy other things from them. It is not doing this town any good to buy little things here and then chase off to a city or send to a rata logue house when you want some thing on which the merchant has a chance to make a dollar. Neither is it doing you any good, for the prosperity of each citizen is dependent to n large extent upon the prosperity of th community as a whole. We are not telling you something you do not know. we are simply refreshing your memory in hopes the time may come when our people will conclude that n town that is worth living in is worth trading in. Lwcttter, Ky., Seeaber 9, 1920 Mi.xber Kentucky Prers Association THE AVEHICAN comae V'hMk IkJX A D I .ICE STCW I order. cxoriwani prices una csrnn uf tunuitcp ivi in n ivn IS 38 MILLION w month time. t reacts that nmny of the SJie iKsnlbllnc heartier have lost lartr? In Birth Due urns of money through the lump In price, others are In financial To Mojalization tnil some are on the verge of ruin. Ami t he umllci. 20,200,000 By Their frantic wail are n iweet to her ears a is the taitc of honey Red Cross. to a hungry bear. Joy be with you, ilnter. Laugh Washington, Due to war influ on, ami laugh heartily. ences, ten European nations engaged We laugh with you. In the world war show n potential loss In population of 3S,3'J0,000 per There are unmistakable Indications sons since lt 1 4, according to n statis of a coming change in our economic tical research conducted by the Socle condition, and this, we hope, will ty for Studying the Social Conse bring many thousands of our wander- quences of the War of Copenhagen, ing boys back to the farms. made public recently by the Ameri Hanks throughout the country are can Kcd Cross. tightening up on loans, and are callAt the end of 1013, the society re ing in those made for speculative port these nations had a population purposes. of 400,8.-10,00-0 nnd under normal The public is ceasing to buy ns ex conditions this population should travagantly as of yore, with the re have Increased by the middle of 1910, sult that manufacturers are of neces- to i:M,:!10,000. However, It had sity curtailing their output. fallen by that time to 389,030.000, This is throwing thousands of men which led to the conclusion by Dan out of employment, and many of ish statlsical vxperts that the loss of them arc experiencing difficulty in actunl and potential human life In finding other sources of earning n these nations approximated forty mil livelihood. lion. A n rule the farm hand who ruh-c- d Causes of the abnormal falling off off to the city is the least experi- in population were attributed in the enced in tho.se trades, mid it is but society's report as follows: Killed in natural that he should be among the war 9,819,000 deaths due to augmenfirst to be laid off. tation of mortality, economic block What mure sane course could he ades war epidemics, 5,301,000 fall n pursue than to return to the farm, birth rate due to mobKziitlpn of lift! where he is an expert and employ- million men between 20 and 45 yenrs ment is always nwnlting him? of nge. JO.l'OO.OOO. Speed the return of the wandering boy. He is welcome before he Saft Bsby Carriage. TTie Moro mother N never trouMe by I he fear that Iht Iwtiy ronrti li has one The wag of a dog's tail Invariably out f fashion, for hi r means friendship, but the wave of i She llirimn her children on her shoul , one on enrli lde. 'rhai, nml I hi human hand often covers n world of )nungter cllnc to Iter hnlr. secret enmity. And still, we would not care to state that the dog Is more Dance to be relied upon in his actions than mankind. be r Baktt-iR- ' t. . UIPUCOT rMTAl ITV Fall litre, Rate Put at SEED WHEAT, SEED 1 ' RYE, SEED BARLEY,;' TESTED FOR GERMINATION CLOVER AND TIMOTHY New Crop Crimson Clover The OBELISK The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. In Sacks or Barrels. Genuine Kanawha Salt Best for Curing Meat. Lime, Sand, Fresh Portland Cement, Rock, Common and Pressed Brick. New Bale Ties for Sale. COKE Mar Save Your Tobacco We have it. t Hudson Farnau Telephone 26. & Louisville & Nashville Railroad ANNOUNCES ROUNJ) TRIP ilt-r- EXCURSION FARE $6.59 Lancaster To Louisville. account Delightful At Crab Orchard. Fctif Ad.tftitinr Rrprcfntatrr 1'RF-- SS ASSOCIATION Ratti For Political AnnouacamsaU. r'or For For For For Precinct and City Offices- -. 15.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 Calls, per line .10 Cards, per line For all publications in the inter-e- st of individuals or expression of Individual views, per 10 line .05 Obituaries, per line In the future, however, there will One of the largest and most select be some consolation left to the tie crowds that ha gathered at ("rali fcatcd candidate. In the absence of Orchard Springs this season, attend babies he can kiss the voters. ed the dance there Wednesday evening. This dance was exceptional KENTUCKY STATE FAIR A Few Questions For You, Mr. Voter Every voter should answer the fol lowing questions before he casts his vote, either in indorsement or repud. lation of the Wilson Administration 1. During whose administration has the American farmer received the greatest returns for his toil? 2. During whose administration has the American laborer had his full est dinner pail and received hU great est pay? 3. During whose administration has the American business man made his largest profits? 4. During whose administration has the American banker and the American stockholder in other cor jiorations received their largest divi dends? 5. During whose administration has, America enjoyed her greatest prosperity? 0. During whose administration no me greatest merchant marine ever owned by America been built? 7. During whose administration has the greatest banking system ever known been created? 8. During whose administration did America become the great finan cial center of the world? 0. During whose administration did America achieve for herself, and aid in achieving for allies, the great est victory of all ages. 10. During whose administration was America changed from the great esj debtor nation to the greatest cred itor nation in the worjd? Russian Sunflowsr. The Itukslnn Minitower Is an a forago crop and for ensilage, it Is sown In row 30 Inches apart, the plants standing from nine to twelve feet tilth and yield from S3 to 30 tons of forngc per aero In Montana. which dairy and beef cattlo like aa well as rorn, either green or as silages. Tickets on Sale Sept. 11 to 17, inclusive, and for trains scheduled to arrive in Louisville before noon Sept. 18th. Tickets good for return to reach LANCASTER before midfor the reason that invitations had night Sept. 20th. been issued to the young men attend ing. While the crowd was a little For further or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent ... ... DEMOCRATIC TICKET. President. JAMES M. COX, of Ohio. Vic President D. ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN of Ntw York. United States Senator J. C. W. BECKHAM, of Frankfort, Ky. disappointed at first because the Man tague orchestra, which had been engaged, failed to arrive, it was the consensus of opinion that the music furnished by the Crnb Orchard Spring's Hotel Orchestra, from Home, Georgia, assisted by .Mr. A. 11, Kaines, Jr., of Lexington, was the superior of any heard at Crab Orchard this summer. The ball room was beautifully decorated and was the scene of gaye. ty until the "wee small hours." The management announced that a series of dances will be given this fall and winter under the same plan carried out for this dance, that is, by invitation to the young men attend-Ing. Congress J. RALPH GILBERT, Of Shelbyville. That's all. Votes Count Now. Let'em Object. You have noticed, no doubt, that For many years we men have been told what would happen if women some well intentioned people are alwere ever given equal suffrage with ways objecting. men. No matter what kind of n suggesNow they have it. tion is made or proposition is advancIn future the vote of the humblest ed, they object. Not always to the female citizen will count just as much suggestion in its entirety, but mpre as that of the president of the Unit- frequently to some of 'its salient ed States. features. Acts, nor words, will write the A few will tell you that they are story of the future. a nuisance, always throwing cold waIt is a matter of speculation ns to ter upon every project. just what effect the feminine vote Hut are they? will in national and state politics, but When a proposition is put before the presumption is that it will have the people of this town it should be a tendency to purify the ballot and subjected to every reasonable test beretire a certain stamp of politicians fore it is adopted. Ever weak point who have been seeking to debauch should be detected and elimated or tfte ballot for years. its weakness corrected and strengthMorally woman is unquestionably ened. the superior of man, and if she deIf left to the Judgment of optim monstrates tlie fact that she is broad ists entirely it it in danger of being minded enough to rise above peanut rushed through without proper conpolitics and vote for men of stabil- sideration. ity and character, regardless of poliIf the objector is on hand there tical considerations, we may reason- will be no such haste. ably expect her advent to be one of Some of his objections may be supreme Importance to the future wearisome, but others will be valuwelfare of our country, ln such an able. event political leader will hesitate It Is human nature for him to ferlang before attempting to foist upon ret out something to which he can Uie voters of their party a man who object, and the more he objects the) dot not truly represent the Intel- more certain we are to avoid the ligence and the integrity of that par- danger spots. ty. Let him object. It pleases him Until women adjust themselves and good for the community. to their new station in life some no doubt will vote merely its their husJoy reigns ln the heart of" the bands do, while other will do their American housewife." own thinking and vote a they please. She is mightly pleated even tickIt is to the latter class that we led and all because of sugar. must look for any material change Every day she reads in the dally from our present political method papers of how the falling sugar marandfsystem, ket is squeezing the profiteering Ua Mnv.nU. viivwuu ..III . 11 gamblers who loaded upon that stapl m,u muchof the story, but few political nd have been withhold It from 1 -- utl 41th ANNUAL MEETING OCT. 4 TO 16 EXIN6T0H 80,000 Stakes aid Purses TM $21,000 FUTURITY Tt4$5,000 TRANSYLVANIA Thi $3,000 CASTLET0N TMC etc rrc. WMtfl TMTTKM AN MST P AM lift The dance was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. A. D. FloHa of Oreen Cove Springs, Florida. Among the mony young ladies were Miss Sarah Cardwell, of Harrodsburg, who wore a beautiful green taffeta gown trimmed ln lilac, with hat to match. The Misses Gor- dard, was attired in lovely pink silk with Koman stripe girdle; the other, in handsome black and white evening gown with black satin girdle. Miss Margaret Baxter, in white satin ac- cordian pleated skirt and blouse, over which wa worn one of the handsome new sport sweater. Allis Helen Yanardellc, Arabian hand knitted sweater, with handsome skirt to match. Miss .Margaret Shanks, yellow taffeta evening gown, trimmed with Duchess lace. Miss Francis Tate, midnight blue dotted swiss, with white satin trimmings. Miss Madge Isaacs, lavender evening gown ith gold lace, .Miss Hnchell Hill, lalnty lavender organdy, Miss Vir ginia Uuchanan of Cincinnati, coral taffeta evening gown, with corsage boquet of sweet peas, Miss Martha Jones, of Mlllersburg, pretty satin lance frock, trimmed in Duchess lace, Miss Louise Stone of Georgetown wonderful crention of pink satin draped in tulle, nnd trimmed with pink rosebuds, Miss Meedy Adney of DeLund Fla., black tulle dancing frock trimmed with blue ostrich tips, Miss Margaret Fickeison was hand some as usual In a gorgeous gown of cerise satin and silver. Among the other guests were Miss Thelma Iicuuchamp of Louisville, the Misses' Addle Illince, Anna Kelly, and .Mary Seymour all of Louisville; Miss Mary Hell Mlddleton of Dowling Green Miss I'ettie A. Itiik. Memphis, Tenn; the Misses Ernestine and Julia Haughton and Louise I'osey Hender- on, Ky,; Miss Cerinne Armstedt, Louisville; Miss Adine Fucht Tampa, Fla., besides n number of others. A great many of Lancaster young people uttended this dance and all report an enjoyable evening. oveh 100,000 JiAPPY FAMILIES in every state in the Union in your own neighborhood have summer warmth in their homes in coldest weather with the patented CaloriC Pipelcss Furnace. What a magnificent tribute to CaloriC leadership and success! Can you afford to try out imitations or heating experiment when you can get the genuine e time-prov- CaloriC? Stove Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, makers of quality heating appliances for 101 years, and today largest manufacturers of warm--v air furnaces in the world. TheMnnufacturcr'a guarantee. 70 degrees warmth In your home in coldest weather or money hack. Our personal guarantee you must be satit-fiePlace your order now for early installation to we can give you the, very beet d. The CaloriC is the product of The Monitor service. Easelden Bros. J lfcteV..i 1Mb MsiilBH m sssssssssssssssssWW sill Th Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 9, 920. 1 6 WE; ARE STILL CUSTOMERS Rlsting Plow, TPi'MMM X ,Mj4QIQUR MS.O BUT LITTLE RENT TO PAY. Mr. and 4h- - At .CJMIJrrf.ittV fricmls at Nlcholasville last week and attended the South Klkhorn Arsocln-tlo- n. $60.00. 0tr WalLsTfrfe'StfttS.B OWr CrtaayFrf jiarif la. atl'l.W pr Mlsi Maud DhrU flat . return from a pleasant visit with friend at MallabW Rant SIMCM. I Still lUns LoxhifUn, whftrjjshe nlso attended Calvinlsad Roflsi ft.M per square. the fair.' R'oollnf" Mt4 Misses Dora Scott and Alice Sutton Silo Cutters. Reduction In avarylMng. Masiur Sarsadsrs chtap. nre spending the week in Danville Bugilra and Mamas cheap. Moul Wagons. with friend and relative and attending the Teacher Institute. J " . OlUtr CvhlBwb a .On. her slrlll tk.as.. THEY'RE READY FOB YOU MEN .ar, J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal Hovie. FIELD FENCE AND BARB WIRE. Miss Edna Herkcle left Wednesday for n few day stay In Mt. Sterling before going to Paduenh where she will tearh this term. Mis Jennie Duncan wus In Louis for a few day this Meek. She wa accompanied by MIm Jennie villi-- Chiropractic Let u be New Fall Clothes Warren, of Stanford. Master Stanley and after spending grand-parent- iftn'M" Keeping A the body In perfect condition U the pine In perfect condition mean per- Cecil Clark, a week with their have returned to their only way to have perfect health. home on the Lexington pike.- - Miss Nellie Scott of Cincinnati, And perfect supply of vital fect aupply of vital force ir mental impulses. wa the attrnctive guest of her sisters. force means perfect health. Se your Chiropractor and Keep In perfect Mr. It. F. Calston and Mn. K. M Center of Paint Lick, for t few days condition. Coniultatton nml (pinnl analysis without charge. 1 1 A. M. LANCASTER, KY. 0 to SIMPSON HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. M. D, Long and daughter, Miss Pnttie, and Mist I.I I Han Kelley, were the dinner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Louis .Noel at liurkeye, Little Mis Doris Hose Joseph has Elizabeth Johnson Walker, the atreturned home nfter a visit to her tractive little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doner, in Louis- Mr. Kemp Walker, is in Louisville ville. the guest of her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. N? Mr. Alexamler itohinson, of Wash- J. W. Johnson. ington, D. C. Is with his parent Mr. Mr. William L. Scott and Mis A Drill Miatloa af tM CI!t and Mr. George Kobinson on Stan, Scott of Cincinnati, will return Art lalirtsUsl I. Canji byTtwss wi ford road. home Saturday, after a pleasant two Mrs. Doru Wheeler and Mr. and week visit with their father on the Mr. Talton Wheeler of Danville, Lexington road. II r. and Mr. W T. King were In were visitor Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Joseph and Danville fait week. Men Woods. little daughter, Dorit P.ose, and Mis Mi Kebecea William hat been a .MltM'i Mnry and Charlie Klmore Doner of Louisville, were the gues.t rotefit vlsitar In Lexington. left Monday for Morgantoun, S. C, Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mile Mr T. K, Tudor and daughter, where they will teach in the School and Mr. ami Mr. Hubert Carter. are visiting MIm Mauri DavU. for the I)e.ff. Judge and Mrs. Homer liaison and Mil Annie Itoyston, after several daughter of (.ouisville spent the week Mr. Ira Holtzeluw of Danville hat Ween spendtag a few day In l.aneas-tr- r. weeks visit to her parent, Mr. und end with hi sister, Mr. Jesse SweenMr. James itoyston, has returned to ey and Mr. Sweeney on Danville street. her homo in Chicago. Mr. K. L. Owsley ha returneil Miss Fa)e King, Messrs J. I!. Miss Kuth Carrier will leave today, from a visit In Louisville and Dan Sam Elliott and Marre Swine- vtlle. Thursday, for Western Georgia, will tench expression in a brond attended the lawn party given where she Mr. ami Mr. Clay Sutton have reby Miss'ltuby Cress at her home near prominent college. turned frotn a few day visit In LouisDanville. ville. Mr. Hearry P. Noel, of Santa Uar-la- , Mrs, Joe Frnncis has returned from California, Is the guest of hi a few day visit with her Mr. Krsma Higginbotham, Is sister, Mis spending several week in Ashevllle, rousin, Mr. Jame Woods and Mr. Mary Arnold, who is improving after Wood of Paint Lick. .V. C. a surgical operation at a hospital in Miss Lucille Sutton has returned Louisville. Mr. K. I), lllanton spent the week end with Mi family on Lexington from a delightful visit to relative in Mr. Kobcrt K. Hatfield of Akron. Nashville and Gallatin Tcnn., Louis, Ohio, spent several day in Lancaster avenue. Ky. vile and Franklin, the pait week with his brother, Dr. M. Dr. und Mrs. J. M. Acton of Dan d Mrs. Naomi Hamilton and little S. Hatfield and Mr. Hatfield on ville were in Lancaster Sunday with street. son, Charles, have returned from ix-- ; . friends Ington where Charles had hi tonsils! Mr. Theodore Currey, Mis AmanMm Lillian Kelteyls spending ev and adenoid removed. da Anderson, Miss Kliia Smith, Mil Mist Tattle iral days with her cousin, Mrs. Joe Walker Mr. John Gill .Mildred Ilea i ley and Mis Lizzie Bet. Lent;. Klnnainl, Mr. Paul Morrow, Mr, and lis are in Danville attending the Mr. J. K. Storme i vlcitintr rela- Mr. P. II. Marksbury were visitor in teachers institute. tive nml frierfclt In Cincinnati and Lexington the past week. .Mis Cora ilryant nas returned Covington. Mrs. J. C. Hemphill, who ha been from llerea, where she was the Mr. W. A. Spelth has returned the guest of her sister, Mr. Margaret charming and attractive guest of her from a few days visit with relatives Currey Kobinson, returned to her cousin, Mr. Charles Gooch. Mtt Ilryant was the recipient of a number In Louisville. home in Louisville Saturday, of social alT a Irs during hei visit there. The friend, of Mr. Jame Itoyston .Mr. Adolph Joseph ha gone to the nre glad to see. him out after a very cities where he will purchase hi fall Mrs. L M. Flckelsen. wife of the lerloua illness. and winter good for the Joseph Mer- manager of Crab Orchard Springs Hotel, who wa operated on a few visitijip her cantile Co,, apartment store. Mrs. Joint Smlth day ago for appendicitis, is getting lister, Mr. Jesse Arnold and Mr. ArMr. and Mrs. Ken Kobinson and along plcely. Messenger. Danville nold In Covington. children have returned from a visit Thl will be good new to her many to her parents, Itev. and Mr. P. M. Lancnster friends. Misse Martha Gill and Angic with Tinder in North Middletown. have been recent visitor Mr. Gabe Gaines, of Pennsylvania, friend In Danville. Mr. and Mr. W. It. Cook Mist Mar- - Hat been visiting hit brother, Mr. Ed on Maple Mils Jane Howling hat been an at- garut Cook, Mcisr Kobinson and Va (iainct and Mrs. Gaines, Cook, of Danville attended the funer- avenue. Mr. Gaines' friends were I d tractive guest of Mis Mildred al of Mr. Jake Kobinson Sunday. numbered by hit acquaintance when in Mt. Sterling. he lived here and they were dellghte Mr. and Mr. T. I). Klmore, Mr. Mr. George Smith Jr., has returnto welcome him to the old home. ed from n visit to relative in Lex- and Mr. D. C. Klmore, all of Akron, Ohio are guest of their parent, Mr, Mr. John llaughman it spending i ington and Maytvllle. and Mr. J. W. Klmore on Danville several days In Iinenstcr wit(i Mrn. Lula Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. road. friends. Mr, llaughman attended n, . reception at Mr. Cabell Denny and Dradlcy Hoiirnc of Versailles, were Mrs. Pearl Galley and daughter, one at Mis Sallie Klkin's, given .ni visitor In Lancaster Saturday. Mis Helen have been spending a honor of tome former Lancaster girls even- - week with their cousin, Mr. Dave Mil Alllv Dunn left Tuesday who have gone away to make their' wnere ne .manner ami .Mr. nonucra on uanvwe homes- ,- Danville ing for Charlotte, Advocate. hold the English chair in the College road. Dr. and Mr. J. A. Anion cntir-- ' tnlned with n delightful dinner party at their home on Kichmond uvenue. Friday evening in honor of a number T5F of older friend of their ion Will It Ice home from Iloston, Anion, who Mast. Tho house und table was most artistically decorated In garden How- Potatoes per bushel $2.50 ers. A delicious tix course menu was served. The place card were .15 Lenoiti per dozes unique and attractive, having been painter) by Will Itlce who it quite anj Home paint per gillon 2.50 artist. About twelve guest accept ed their hospitality and spent a most pickles 2 for .25 enjoyable evening. Lipscomb C8, Lipscomb GoMip About grand-mothe- People Has-elde- n, P.lch-men- An early showing of the Fall season's newest and smartest styles for men and young men. In this store summer has passed. Each day now is marked by the arrival of more new Fall Clothes, that show just what the best dressed men will wear this coming season. When in STANFORD, come in or peep into our windows and you'll see Clothes that for real value cannot be equaled in this town. It's The Wear That Counts The difficulty is to be sure you're going to get that much wear out of it. You can be sure here; in fact we guarantee it; refund your money if you say so. That's what we say when you buy one of our stylish all wool suits made by HART, SCHAFFNER AND MARK and others of America's foremost tailors. It's easy to put $45 or $50. into a suit these days. Kin-sal- nl Gate-woo- PRICE $35, $37.50, $40., $45., $50, AND UP. j YOU'RE NOT HARD TO FIT. No matter what your figure may be we have the Clothes .. i, LOWfcR PRICES 1 i for YOU; very large men, stout men, slender men can get perfect satisfaction in Clothes here and save some money by do- 1 ing it. Visitors to Stanford are invited to make our store their , headquarters. We are at your service with honest values, good qualities and fair prices, lOozjar Good roofiRg per roll 2.75 Notice. PHILLIPS SANDERS VARIETY STORE bash and Carry. s All housekeeper who would like to assistance in canning, prcserv- -i ing, making catchup and plcklct, VIII j please call Mis Lena Drighf at hen homo on Maple Avenue. have, STANFORD'S BIGGEST STORE. Stanford, Kentucky. k PHILLIPS The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 9, 1920 pj n n tjitiiiiimm trawm New Suits Closing Out Sale OF ALL PERSONALTY AND DISPERSAL SALE OF FINE HERD, and Dresses Half the joy of having n new Fail Suit is in wearing it these first cool autumn days while others are still wearing summer garments. The new Kail Suits are arriving daily now by Express. Of course, you are desirous of seeing how.you look in them, and we are just as desirous to have you ?ee. So if you have the time, drop in anyway and try some of the new things on. We are quite sure you will be enthused 40 HEAD. OF REGISTERED JERSEYS G. B. SWINEBROAD Saturday, Sept 25( AT 10 A. M. At my home, County. 1 over the handsome new styles. A good range in price from mile West of Lancaster on the Danville Pike, Garrard $45.00 TO $85.00 New Fall Dresses All who have seen our new Dresses say PARTIAL LIST. One I'air Best mure in rile in County, 4 and 5 yean old. One I'air G year old matched mure mule, One I) year old mare mule, One 0 year old horse mule. One yearling horse mule, One il yeur old gelding, One ! year old saddle and work mare, One family horse, 12 Brood .sow immune, One Registered Duroc Hoar, DO Shunt., weight 50 pound, One new Hinder. Avery Tractor with double gang plow, ! riding cultivators .T turning plow, 1 riding plow, 2 double section Cutting harrow. 2 smoothing harrows, steel roller, 1 cultipacker, 1 wheat drill, 2 corn planters, one with double set of hoppers, 1 mower, manure spreader, cream separator, two wagon, and a lot of other farm implements, wagon hartley, plow gear, etc, 1 1 1 THE JERSEYS: Royally bred, Mierit cows. II they are the most attractive we have ever shown We have dozens of styles in Satin, Mig- cows in milk, 8 butts, 18 heifers, several Register of nonette, Crepe Satins, Georgettes, Tricotines and Duvet de Laines at prices ranging from 4 iMiiMoneer. Send for special catalogue giving complete description and tabulated pedigrees of the jerseys. Sale begin promptly at 10 o'clock. The jerseys will be sold immediately after lunch. MR. TOM DEMPSEY. Westerville. Ohio. Sale Manager of the Jersey, mil DONT FORGET to hear COL. D. L. PERRY, of Columbus. Ohio, a the n I $25.00 TO $75.00 IKMaitiii Ch September Fur Sale This is the fixed month for our Annual Sale of Furs, and we urge all our customers to anticipate their wants now, as our present stock was carefully selected several months ago when prices were much lower than prevail today, in consequence of which we are able to offer the newest fashions for fall and winter at B. A Swinebroad LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. WALNUT GOOD MEADOW BLUE GRASS FARM FARM Very Reasonable Prices FUR SCARFS In Fox, Mink, Skunk, Stone Marten and Lynx Price from $19.50 to $135.00. FUR COATS In Hudson Seal, Bay Seal, Beaverette and Marmot AT AUCTION Wednesday, Sept 22, AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. On the above date we will offer for tale to the highest bidder, this excellent stock farm belonging to Allen Brothers, situated on the Walnut Meadow Creek, a branch of Paint Lick Creek (these two creeks are noted for the fertility of the soil in bottom lands) only one-hamile from the Berea and Paint Lick turnpike, about 4 miles from Berea and about 4Vj miles from Paint Lick, Ky, in a good neighborhood, among good people who know how to be neighborly, pood schools and churches mar at hand. A new road just completed running from the pike to the farm easily traversed by automobiles. lf Prices from $100.00 to $475.00. Welsh & Wiseman 60 DAN VI l.LE, K EXT LTK V. GUY. Mr. IJascom I'elphrey visited Mrs. James Ynntli Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mr. It. L. Griggs have returned home after a visit to LouisHenry Yater, and Jamei Yantis were very ill lat .week with the flu. The many friend of little Louise Henry will regret to hear of her pres-cillness. Mrs. Carrie Davidson had for her Kuest Thursday night her niece, Miss Allie YantU. Mrs. John Hroaddus, of HyatUville spent Wednesday witlf her daughter, Mrs. Marcus White. Mr und Mrs. Frank liourne of Dan vllle were Sunday visitors of Mr. und Mrs. Marcus White. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Layton were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lee lirown, of Buckeye. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crlicit of I'aint Lick were Sunday gtiesU of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Griggs. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner, of Lancaster. Miss Lena Henry of the Fall ut ville. Messrs. Ami rtill, we rannot help admiring Lick Itoad has returned home, after the alacrity with which the Russian a visit with Mrs. C. It. Henry. bolshevik! adapt themselves to cirMr. and Mrs. Hubert Ward und two cumstances. They certainly are past sons of Mudisun were Sunday guest masters at pushing the breeze when of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. the Poles get after them. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Griggs.und chilSo many people are springing in dren were visitors recently of Mr. und to life who were friends of Harding Mrs. Wm. Smith of Pleasant Hill. and Cox In former days that one is Tom Yantis und sister, Miss led to suspect that the entire popuMrs. Kllu Mize of Ga spent a portion of lation of the United States has lived in Ohio at one time or another. last week with Madison relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward were visitors Friday of their daughter, Mrs Wm. Clark of the Lexington Itoad. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle and Miss Daysle llunnells were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Merida. Mr .and Mrs. Mlley Ileaxley and Miss Dorothy Ueazley were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kinder Misses Mullie Harries and Lucy Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marsee, of Lexington Lancuster motored 'to Thursday for the fulr. Wm. Walker, Jumes Mesdames Yuntis and Oscar Lewis have been victims of the flu, the past week. Mr. Harry Itlca spent the week-en- d in Richmond with his aunt, Mr. Minnie Donaldson. This farm contains about 200 acres, 40 acres of as fine bottom land as a bird ever flew over, the remaining 160 acres of gently rolling susceptable to profitable cultivation and now in blue grass and clover. There is never any scarcity of stock water on this farm, good springs, wells and the creek furnishing ample supply In conducting a sale we subdivide the land to suit the purchaser, and it is our desire to know prospective buyers. We will be on this land sun eying Friday and Saturday the 10th and 11th and will be glad to have parties interested to meet us on the farm at this time. We will subdivide this farm into tracts ranging from 10 acies to 100 acres. The improvements consist of good 6 room resilience, good 3 room tenant house, a good tobaco barn to house 10 acres of tobacco. New Wire stock fence will be found over most of the farm. up-latt- d PERSONAL PROPERTY SALE. . 6:29 A. M., returning will leave .4th St, Station Cincinnati 0:30 I M. Standard Time. 7:30 I. M. City Time. For further information consult local Ticket Agent. At the same time and place we will sell the personal nrooeriv of All. R.i..- - con- Economy and Empire. sisting of 8 good sheep, two work horses, aged 8 and 9 years, one good mare 4 years old. 6 stood As much wisdom may bo vw uriji-i-on a private economy n on an empire, " i ib ncgisiraiion one uurec Boar (subami as much wisdom may lo drawn ject to registration), one Milwaukee Binder, One Peorie Jr., Combined Wheat Drill, one two from It. Kmern. horse corn drill, one Black Hawk manure spreader, one tobacco setter, one mowing machine one Osborne Hay Rake, two Disc Harrows, three turning plows, three double foot plows one ' riding cultivator, one walking cultivator and one roller, other articles not mentioned. AND OH BOY JUST TO PUT JOY IN LIFE-Di- nn.r will be served on the grounds, with CINCINNATI, OHIO only a. reasonable charge to cover necessary cost to produce. and return via tkU sale is going to offer excellent, opportunity. Good wilk '"N . To th.? m land, in small tracts, Good improvements, good and eair terms to bo announced at sale. $3.15 L N. $3.15 Land just ready to make money, barns just ready to bouse tobacco. Coma to the sale, nothing to lose, you can learn and make money for a few hours work SUNDAY, SEPT. 12, 1020 with us. Special train will leave Lancaster SEE THE FARM ANY DAY. oijx-tHlc- w ..... v- """ EXCURSION t PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 9, 1 if JL 920 BTJ CJ)Olfli stunlincss and dependability have been qualities of Huick Motor Cars from the time that the name Huick first became linked with the automobile industry. Today, in equal measure as in the past, the Huick Motor Company is dedicated to a continuance of the policy that ha caused the Buickcartooccupy the position it holds in the public mind. Vaive-in-Mcad I 'r C - K Model Twenty One (ANNOUNCING Tirn Nlw Ni.ntttxn Twisty One Buick Suuts Thtfr I'mrntrfT Open NWclTWnty One Potty Four i Open MidITrtir One If.rty five Ptnrncn I ur Pititnrrr Courx- Mixlrl Twenty One Forty Sis I M Ail c I'jurnrn I our Sorn I'aitrnftr Srrn I'ttwntrr Att l'if riff f Sedsn Coupe Ope n Sdn FottySrtrn Modf! Twenty One truly Kight SUM Tenly One Forty Ninr MocV! Twenty One tidy Q A Jfvc l I 'i rCl'iCA ' I -- ''V d I 7 ffl T'lH JCvY? YW rC m fA IV V ' Iy U .j ,r To all tlut (lie name Huick lias meant in twenty ear of automobile history, the new The improved radiator, hood and cowl lines jjie a finished touch of tn any sacrifice of Huick individuality. A more resilient spring Hupcmion jjivet these new Huick molels ;i riding comfort as delightful as their e.xterior appearance s pleating. bunk At,nr Uty Asfci. Cmw, CW eiV Hmt, ., W,. r ivnrv lit ' - UMi T I V lV- Nineteen Twenty One Huick brings tlut grace of movement, that of every line ami fr.uurc, tli.it hrcr lcautv of design which intpirea pride of owner-lu- p in a fine motor car. LANCASTER BUICK CO. jf J ) CONN AND CONN'S GARAGE. L fe The new Huick linct for om-pric- es secn model, one every possible de-nu- Bach hat the famed Huick Valve-i- n -Head Motor, at rugged and owcrfulaiever. yet refined into a median-isof unusual quietness. m Kach of the (.even modeU ha its own value particularly adapted to a distinct claw of service. All poster those inherent Huick qualities that avMire the owner the uninterrupted use of his imcttmcnt. L- -" v WHEN BETTER. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THF.M COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. fi3 pole KhI - corner; now J may Issue, payable to W II. Brown, I Black In the bank of nld Creek .wniit-ommissioncr oi me iiurrard pole from center of same; thence Circuit i 2 Court, and a lien will be re- -' Hid Host' line, now Kd Black, served upon the property sold until with N S.I 4 W 7K poles to a stake In same the purchuse money i paid. CAlIlt.MU) riUCUIT COl'KT. and corner to Lot No. 3; thence with W II, Brown, Master Commissioner line of Lot No. .1 S 2(34 W Garrard Circuit Court. L V. T. Worrell, tt I'laintiir. pole to n take In field; thence S 7 K 7.1 poles to a mulberry In a hollow; J K. Kobinson, Att'y for I'lff. VS. Drfrmlant. thence S 1 W 22 pole to the place of Virce Werrell, bek'inninir, lBmiant ij a judirmmt remlrrrl cording to containing 35 acre ac- COMMISSIONER'S survey. at the Aukuh T.'rm. 1020. the undrr-ICRThe purchase of the sale is to di at pub-li- e vide the rmmuionr will aiwtlon to i)m htirtiMt irnl Uvri ' the sale net proceed nri'ini: from SALE OF LAND Joint ki4lrr lit tlvr Court Hoar Dour in I owners as unions: the parties appear. their interest may Lanonttrr. Kjr . t tl VUck, A. M., GAKKAKI) CIRCUIT COURT. or Unrmliaut, hh TKKMS: ' The nle will bo made on a credit, MONDAY. SKI'TtLMIlEU 27, 1020. Plaintiffs, f six months and the purchaser will Nannie Grant, et nl, the real citate wrntiano.l In the be required to execute bond with1 VS. plrailinct ami ilrrrilnNl follow: approver! security for the purchase Khoda Yates, et nl. Defendants. In (iiirranl Coutit. Krntucky, ami price, due in six months, and hearing I'ursuant to n judgment rendered As administrator of the estate of James Lawson, deceased, I will sell at public auction aa follow, On the six per cent interest from date until at the August Term, 1020, the underI t by the Inmli of W. H Furr; anil paid, hnvinir the furce and effect of signed Commissioner will sell nt pub. t the old Jesse Lot! ford place, about Jj-nmiles from Paint Lick in Madison County, on Francis Miller; on the - by Mono !jw- - a judgment upon which execution lie auction to the highest and best V T. Worrell may n; an the Wrt l issue, payable to W. H. Brown, bidder before the Court House Door Hranch, on and M. F. Cormnr : on the North and Muster Commissioner of the Currant in laincaster, Kentucky, nt 1 1 o'clock, i Main about I&7 acrri. Circuit Court, and lien will be reserv. A. M., or thereabout on TKKMS: ed upon the property sold until the MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1020, The tale wtll be mado on a credit purchase money is paid. mentioned in the f nix and nine month and the pur- - W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner the real estate pleadins nnd described as fallows: hnicr will bo required to execute Garrard Circuit Court. Said land is located in the city of bondi with approved ecurity,for the J. K. Kobinson, Att'y for I'lff. Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucpurchitie price, due in six and nine ky, and bounded as follows: On the monlhi, retpectively, and benruiK ix Southwest side of .aid town in the per cent interett from date until paid, COMMISSIONER'S A a U.. nt extension of what Is known a ll...: I m. .i personal property. ..v O ... AI niv luiiuniii); ue.iiriueu avinR the force iind effect of n JuiIk-niebeing Lot No. 7 in said exupon which execution mny if SALE LAND. tension and bounded ns follows; uc, paynble to W. II. Drown. Mailer Beginning at n stnke. in line of lane . HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including' beds, bed sprine. bed clothinir. GAKKAKI) CIRCUIT COURT. ommlMloner of the Garrard Circuit und corner of Lot No. ; thence with a lien will be retvrved up-- ' ourt. and same N 10 W 11.70 pole to a stake tone nearly ijew cook stove, one nearly new kitchen cabinet, and jrood 15 gallon kettle and other n the property sold until the W. II. Harris' Adm'r., rinintilTs, in line of Duncan; thence with line money it puid. The cookiiiK stove will be left at the home of Kosa Lawson on the Menlaus of Duncwi S 70?t W 13.G pole to small articles. VS. W. H. Brown, Master Comninnomr n stake Allie llarru, et al, Defendant. with lineinofline of Duncan; thence pike, nnd can be seen by prospective purchasers at her place at any time upon the date of sale. Uarrard Circuit Court Duncun nnd corner of ' II. I'ursuant to Judgment rendered at Lot No. 8; thence with same S 10 E Tomlinon, Atfy for I'lirTs LIVE STOCK Includes one aired roan mare, cne il year old ireMing. one 5 year old bay the August Term, 1020, the under- 1 1.70 poles to a stake in line of lane signed Commissioner will sell at pub- and corner to Lot No. 8; thence with lic auction to the highest and best line of lane N 7 70 K 13.0 poles Kel line, one aned mule, 5 year old cow, one yearling steer, one yearling heifer, one sow and 3 COMMISSIONER'S bidder nt the Court House Door in to the beginning containing one ishoats weighing about 100 pounds. Lancaster, Kentucky, acre. LAND. A. M. or thereabouts, at 11 o'clock, quarter of ' an TERMS: SALE on FARMING IMPLEMENTS One set of work harness, one dirt scraper, wayon, one new GAKKAKI) CIRCUIT COURT. 27, 1020, MONDAY SKI'TKMBKR The salo will be made on a credit of six months nnd the purchaser will wntron box, tobacco setter, two cutting harrows, corn planter, double shovel plow, and other the rnl estate mentioned In the Milton Ross, et at. I'luintiir, pleadings and described as follow; be required to execute bond with apOne nearly new Chevrolet Touring car, which will be in t?ood condition, ii In the city of Uncaster, Kentucky, proved security due in six months small implements. VS. purchase lorateil on Buford Street in said City, ror tlie at six per price, and bearing jauto cnsinKS 30x3 Vi and one rubber tire Robert Layton'i Grdn., et at, Defend interest buKKJ'. nearly new. beginning at the corner of Buford til paid, having cent from date unthe nnt. Street ami Northwest corner of the of it Judgment upon force and effect THE TERMS of this sale will be to sums over 325.00 a note due January 1st, and with Pursuant to n judgment rendered which execution runHay to at the August Term, 1120, the under-i:ne- d lot conveyed andMitlindasame din;Mary mny isue, payable to W. II. Brown, to with ning North approved security. To sums $25.00 and under, cash. Commissioner will sell at publine of I'ntsy Muster Commissioner of the Garrard lic auction to the highest und best Letcher t7 fet to the Circuit and Hen will Kinnalrd's Heir; thence West 14H ed uponCourt, property sold be reserv On the same day and at the same place 1 will sell for Mr. James Guyn his fine bay staldder at the Court House Door In until the line of Lewis Faulkner; purchase the I ancaster. Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., feet to the monev ii nald. thence S 87 feet to the Northwest II. Brown, Master Commissioner lion "Starlight", one 10 year old bay brood mare, one 5 year old bay mnre, one 2 year old saddle t thereabout, on corner of Lot conveyed to Mullnda W.Garrurd Circuit Court. 1920, lliiyden, thence along the ame 14S MONDAY, SKI'TEMBEK 27, mare, one 2 year old horse mule, one mare mule co't, one horse colt, suckling, one year old bay R. II. Tomlinson, Att'y for Plff. the beginning. He real estate mentioned In the feet to property was conveyed to W. Thl I leading and described as follow; Juit keep right on voicing your mare, one suckling horse mule colt, one year old ni tre mule, one 9 year old brood mare, and b J. I. Hamilton by deed In Garrard County, Kentucky, on II. Harris October 1, 1011, and record- own opinions. Soino day you may one cov and calf, and for other parties will sell a good work team, one 5 year old draft horse, the water of 1'iilnt Lick Creek, ami dated the Garrard described as follow; Beginning at ed in in Deed BookCounty3K,Clerk' believe them yourself. No. page Office one 8 year old draft mare. it stake at the edge, of the Hyatt-Mil- e You may not agree with all of our Turnpike, on n 214. Klrksville & setsale Is purpose All of these will be sold on the same terms as the salo for Mr. Lawson. branch near the mouth of u hollow tleThe estate of of this Harris, odee'd editorial opinions, but you will turn Wm. II. the ind corner tu Lot No. ,3; thence right to this page again next week Be on hand PROMPTLY as wo will not remain long, and will sell you the goods in quick lown said branch S H7!i K 20.6 nd pay the indebtedness, against to see whnt we have to soy. We fashion jits to a buckeye stump, comer to same. thank you.' TERMS; ) J. Hendren ami Wash Walker, The tale will be made on a credit iow Levy Dunn: thence with said Take a week off catalogue your Walker' line N 42 4 K 14 polt to of six month and the purchaser will u stake In fencu and opposite a house; be required to execute bond with many virtues and good quulities, retbtnee N 24 K 10 pole to a stako on approved security for the purchase solve that in future you will double the bank of I'aliit Lick Creek and two price due In six months, and bearing them and then live up to your re- pole to center of same; thence down six per cent Interest from date until N 62 paid, having the force and effect of solution. You will have no rcgrtt Mid Creek with itt meander 8 pole N 0 K 22 pole N 42 K a Judgment upon which PAINT LICK, KEVTtTKY. execution and neither will the town. W. A. Ho r tu I Administrator's ' SALE. -bed-steads, to-ui- t: Friday. September 17th. n, OF i pur-c'n- OF 1 E. G. Woods Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. TKAR Eight Pajci TKIRTT.'riBST LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 9. 1920. MT. HEBRON Mr. It. L. Grow NUMBER 3t. continue Mrs. Mattle llervey of Nicholas week-envillc was the attractive quite guest of Miss Allie-- Mae Kdwnrds, d Wk I V- SIMPLE, SPECIAL-SI- X I Bffl netseleas gear-shif- t; flexibility of the MS metal? the reaaarkabte ease with which the car steers and stays in the road these are only a few of the Many reasons sick. Mn. Martin Itrogle and little tTsveaw The children of Mr. and Mrs. Rus-re- ll daughter were guest last Friday of IU Vnnrterpeol are recovering from her sister, Mrs. Forbes of McCreaty. measles, The Hrynntfville High School open R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Hev. arid Mrs. J. W. Mnhnn, of ed Monday, Aug. 30th. Wi are glad llrntville spent last Wednesday night to have with us Mr. Dock J. Miller Mr. and Mn. Jno Helm and chit-- j with Mr. and Mn. Kdd Grow. from Rattle Creek, Michigan ns prin drrn spent last week with Mr. and cipal. Mrs. Klizabeth Rogers of Danville. j Mn. Jns Turner. ,i. , , ,, it.n ..... ...... n. Is the guest of her daughter, Mn. ..V. ......V. ..-.-,, , Georgetown, Miss Margaret Galbraltc W. L. Grow this week. Photon, of Josephine spent several days in Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Grow and daugh-te- r of Louisville and wcek" wlth College. Pennsylvania are house t,nton last were with Mn. W. H. MontgomMr- - Kr-- t Curtis and family were Fraufht With Danger and Is Watcful. H. A. Dawes nnd fnm- -' gsjeits of I ery at IJincimter, Tuesday. ' !iBBkeam TTaVH . .... Lex-SU- THE FLASH ROLL Carrying Big Sums Of Money In le Pocket that make the such an eaay car te drive. SPECIAL-SI10-- X I JhkK.Ui kirifMwiUniiWU) ttmiml lit hi. ian.alils fit .IMHIW. T. AO 3JfcaM Can Kh ' ' This m St tidt baker Ymmr" Mn. Frank Gammons nnd son, of Snlvmi, Mn. G. A. Gammons and daughter, of Hurgin, Mil Mamie Itruce and two nieces of Kokomo, Ind., were the guests of Mr. and Mn. (toy Splvy, Sunday, At n business session of Mt. Hebron Church on the 3rd., Saturday in Auk. Itcv. Manly of Georgetown was called as paitur for the year. He was here Sunday and Sunday niicht and accepted the pastorate of the church to begin with September. MONTGOMERY On Monday. Auk. 24, about ten A ,M Miss Ruth MoatKomery died at her home here after several months All sulTenng from I that lovlnir hands and faithful ones could do was done but of no nvail, Hrr summons hnd come and she was ripe for tire harvest. She united 'with the llaptlit Church here when Uy, j guests at dinner Sunday of Mn. Cur- - 01 ,,UCK- Ka Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. K. Rankin. Mr. " ,,rou,cr' ',,r- II, II Holcomb. Miss Mary nnd Mrs. T,"; Hrowns of Lancaster Uelle Holcomb Messrs. Louis Hrond- dusl Jrlf I). Hotennib and W. J. I nni1 " "emlren of llanvllle, have liroancius atteniled tile Rrosdhead , returned nfter several days visit to i.MIss r ranees llogle. Fair Thursday. r' t",' uv PAINT LICK GARAGE PAINT LICK, KY C. C. Wilkir, Uncasttr I IRRD fourteen yean of age and had been a teacher in the Sunday School and DONT DESPAIR If you are troubled with pains or (eel tired; have headachy indigeetion, insomnia; painful pass C of urine, you will find relief in "Sft- On - - ""a Hp li tin- aTet that - Is not common go secret of rarer. Oaeallna Vs. the Roe!. Tim father whassaajj to whip hi. son Mr a vl3latloa,eAyPs has a nesr' otetfiod rules of lti Uu f puulthmenti Ha locks the carafe, ! Ancl" Tinea. ache; consistent member since that time. SI'c hnd been teaching the public school two yean and was in schoot at lierea where she taken with the dreadful disease. She. was conciqusiuntil the last and , talked to .each member of the family. She wasiT resigned to her Master's w dldTolen talked of the pleasures which come from living u true chris tian life. In the last hour she manifested a great love for her family and her wrace was sun.cieni lor ' laVes a father, mother, two brother nnd three sWten. Funeral services wrf held at the home Wedneslay afternoon by Kev. j J. W. Mahan and' interment tn the 1 "'' Mis i5""0" celebrated her always discounted, for the average a number from here spent! at Crab Orchard Springs, 'nnivesnry with a party last Tuesday man when he sees one suspects that Snday Those being; Mr. and Mrs. Newt Gos- - evening. About twenty or .Miss hut- - n large part of it is made up of dolney, Mr. und Mrs. Krnest Gonney, ton's friends were present to enjoy lar bib), with perhaps a wad of print Mrs. Rhode Wylle. Miss Kthyl Wylle, the happy event. paper for a foundation, and 4'splays Mrs. Khumlicn and little Robert n "yellow back" for eft.Jw Messrs Tetty Mullins, A. F. Sutton, have returned to their home in K. C. Karl Wyhe nnd Kdwin Wylie. Yet a Federal Reserve Bank officiafter spending two months with her al has made an estimate and he calaunt, Mn. R. S. Clark. culates that all in all there is about MAKKSBUKY Mr. and Mn..Koean and two chil- $:),000,000,000 of money carried Mrs. Skaggs Is visiting relatives in dren of Phoenix, Arizona, Mrs. T. C. around in the pockets of American Campbellsville. Rnnkins were entertained nt a six men. The shrewd business man never Rev. llede Skagg was granted two o'clock dinner Friday by Mr. and Mn. W. L. Doolln. has a large amount Just a little weeks vacation recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Deppen, Mn. change to tide him over the day. Miss Murgaret Nelson of Lebanon Deppen's mother, Mrs. Humphreys of If he pays n bill, a check is given, is the guest of the Misses Roystons. Itardstown were guests of Mr. Jno nnd then he has u receipt for it in The man with Miss Ileulah Johnson of Irvin has Sutton and sister, Miss Susan K. one his cancelled check. a "roll" draws no interest on the day last week. been visiting Miss Delia R. Centen. Mr. nnd Mn. Roy Moberley, Mrs. money In his pocket, but if it Is in a Mr. l'oynter ami family of Dan bank he may be making it earn someville pike spent Sunday with Mr. and Geu. Conn. Mrs. I.uln Smith, Miss Ilessie Smith motored to Lexington, thing. And he cannot lose the monMn. Wm. Illanks. Sunday guests of Mr. and ey on deposit so readily as he can Mrs. Wm. Illanks has been confined Mn. I). Turner. while he carries it on bis person. A pickpocket has no chance against a to her bed with a severe cold but is 1 Miss Thelmn Ingle, Mr. Henry Se- now improving. bank, but the man with a roll Is tho bastian and Mr. .Sebastian's guest 'Mr. .La.. . .tut-.- : I. Mn. Alexander nnd children, of .Inn II . I.. I f IfnKKt This Idle money if invested in War Hedgeville are visiting the Misses: party given by Misses Kmma and'e Savings Stamps, Treasury' Savings ! Roystons. I Lou Smith- - of Poor Ridge ' nike Satur- .. . . Lenincnies, wouki no tne uovern- ills Sallte Lou Myers was the' i L't flilllL'. ment lots of good, and would beneguest of Mr John Royston nnd fam I fit the owner stilf more. fly Saturday. There is n man in this community Mn. Jess Sanden has returned i who is the personification of wisdom, Don't expect othen to believe home nfter a visit to relatives in In- -' prudence and sagacity, Perhaps it everything you say. If they did dianapolis, Ind. there would be no fun left In arguing. j is you. (Quite One of the pernicious habits to which Americans are prone is the carrying of a huge roll of greenbisks in their pockets. In this day and generation there is no real good excuse for such a habit. The "flash" of a big roll Is j and-wer- e I " ... COLD MEDAL After you Tb worlds sndr4 feat! (or klirwy. liver. bladder am) urieecU troubles an4 National Remade of HoHanJ aince 1894. Quarentaed. Tbiee aliM. all JniffUts. UA l I-keal-ah- rayf ZfWUfaf. I I ' cr extended the' hvarTliroken family. take j HRYANTSVILLE Delayed vile spent Friday with Miss Allie Mae li - Kdunrds. Mn. John Campbell has been on on the sick list. Mr. Chenault Ruble is visiting frirnds in Danville. Hone sense li a valuable asset to Rankiri- - attended the Mr. Chas. any community, provided Ita posies-io- n USE London Fair this week. is not limited to nonet. R. C. MeKOBERTS. Uaeaeletv Kr. Miss Fnnnle Kidd, of Wallaceton is the Kuest of Mn. J. C. Williams. Miss F.lixa Ison is the guest of her sister, Mn. Will Dickenon of Lancaster. Mr. J. 15. Ruble of Danville spent Friday with his son. Mr. II. C. Ruble and Mn, Ruble. Mr. Steve Holcomb returned home Sunday after several day's stay nt the Crab Orchard Sprincs. Mr. nnd Mn. Henry' F.duurds, of Venailles is spending several weeks with the Edwards family. Mr. Hendrou Ilroaddus of Louis'mmmmmmKimfk ville was the guest n few days last 0fjQlmH MSifliwEaf week of Mr. Louis Ilroaddus. Miss Lettie Uroaddui returned home lait Tuesday after several days stay with relatives in I'ineville. Rev. ami Mn. Geo. S. Conant and family have returned home after several weeks stay in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk. Miss 4aaajBC!yiSaBBM Margaret Woolfolk were Sunday guests of Dr. and Mn. H. C. Rese. LmV 7BWEBBjMlMjfaIyJ Mn. Mary Kdwnrds, Miss Mae Mrs. W. T. Uourne, Mr. Joe Kdwarils utul children, of Nicholas-M- r, Roy Arnold, Jr., of Danville Install Celebrated spent last week with his cousins, Mesirs Herman and Hnrdln Swope. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis and son, Newton attended the "Womnnless Wedding" at Nicholasville Friday Peelifa OpM aeaf War PssMrf evening, Selecting an electric light and power plant is a serious Mr. Hugh Sparks of Nicholasville reposition. You should know how to do it wisely. You returned home after several days E now, for instance, tint the engine is the most vital stay with Mr. and Mn. J. Hogan Italpart of any plant and that severe vibration Which nicks ian! Monday, the engine to pieces is a menace always to be avoided. Mrs. W, J. Hogan returned home Saturday after spending several days No Vibration No Noise with Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Woolfolk at The Silent 'fiUavt hu a ivdscles sleeve Valve motor It is the Lexington, mo efficient an 1 quietest running type of motor ever built. In a Union, Mr. and Mn. H. C. Ruble. Mn. there I no dangerous vibration in the Silent Alinvi. Thus the of the saotor is waiat aiawl. aad steady, reliable ayviae atturetL A. U. Swope. Mrs. C. M. Dean, Mr. W. K. Davis attended the Lawrence. See a iWraMeMraaVm of tail rcawkable plant's. yewseif why it k prefer 4 wmymktn. li yew uuaut cues at bunt Fair Wednesday jf today, 'phone or write lor arepceseatailve. Mrs. Clint Hill and daufhter, Lula Mays and Miss Myrtle Campbell spent a Ky. at few days last week with relatives Cartereville. gATONIC AT SCOTTS BIG- - STOEE ,a -I Electric Light and Po For the Farm Granulated .Sugar .50 PER 1 iBiPlV s, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hardware and all other goods in same propbrtion. Come and get our prices. a the XW ALAMO THE y Lcnsr A. T. Big Store Scott & Son, Props. KCKEII i MLLMtO, IryMtsviHf, ' i - T, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 9. 1920 The James Leavell Farm OF 250 Acres at Auction on the premises, one mile of Bryantsville, that splendid village with its fine churches, bank, school; a real business and social center in the very heart of Garrard county yitem become! weaker day by day, until you fed youriclf on the A New Vor imiti sugscMs the Idea .Verge of a breakdown, friiii uliole coinlitlon li tut the of training ae an bootblacks. Tlint of might go In New Vurfc. hut Ito.tim result jhowImniiritlef in the hlocd iltat that uitute ntcdi ai would never ktnml fur mich monkey hltics.- - Itntmi Transcript. What Cleff.J.up Impurltl.i Will UnJ.r. general houiccleaninir. Like a Naughty Child, Kcarly everybody ut now neetli wins Your HtaJlh. When n Tnrtnr Invite nn honnrol S.S. to cleanio, a few jlottlci of fun) drink be. will tnko him pint In The firlt svnintomi are iiimiIV a the ivilcm of impurities. 1 V. i without an equal by lit enr ami trail Mm up to tha Ion of appetite, followed ly a S. gradual lessening; of energy, tlic general tonic ami lyttcm builder. table. Braill Wanti Immigrant. ill i encouraging Immigration In the hope of oKnlne up unlnhnhltrd territory and of supplying mora labor for crowing Industries. Urn If You Are Easily Tired Out. it Your Bloodit Needs untyinga clvinir the lyitetn lance i It improve! Ilie appetite and Rive new trcnt!i and vitality to both' old and yoimu. lull information ami vaiiiauie. literature can It had Iby writing to iw tit Specific Cu. Atlauta. da. f I , N.t i Opal More Colorful When Warm. The ojml shows It exiiiMlu colnr best when warm, nml dealers nwnre wilt liold nn opnl nf this In tho IiiiihI before showing It, In nr iter to cnhatic. Its changing luster. Spark and Oathrobei. In lighting n match niton wearing n hnthrohe. ! mote llwin ontlnnrll) careful. a n nntts will set the unrfuce 3E 3E 311 E 3E i USE NO Rubber Tire r--i ( asm of nn evphmlim. of tlit robe l with the rnphlllj FILLER Perfect substitute for air. INNER TUBE. 01 I rohgres First Uie of Qlerioui Danner. On Juno II. 177. the continental ii our original nMilutlon adopting claimed t tin new Unit ner a nnvnl esel. mid probably tho llrt um- - nf the Stan nml Stripe 11 In ml was at Kurt Stare nix, where n luirtlly iHftiiiil ban- John t'aul June have been the ItrM to raise Hag. Is being used throughout the United States and more than 30 forelrinfcountrlcs t n more than 200,000 cars. Wrlu for tliM ner nm raise! mi Augtit .'I. 1777. rij ltM nn hint t r tnll 1 1 il fc it "t Yet to 0: Oettrmln.il. I.nmloo I 'it Hvli declares that nr Amerlcuti tHtiiiHr Inn oimiiiiiiric tho crofting nf h Imttatu tnot iipuu a M)tntu plant so a to i4.lnln eror nf fritlt above ground wltk riit. he-. I'litii-lilow. "llut.M M) "the urtlelt ilot'ou't tatv the plnnt xhoiitc In known it! the or tlui ti Into.' wlu-ihi- SANDERS VARIETY STORE fai nrimr-j- i irir!l 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 The Oackward Olrd. The itamtagn MrfHrm n numlerol It dnlly dutle" In h tmekwanl or iiv lile ilowji tMHiivr. Whim th llnmlii it IipmiI In the mini go dlni'. It nn the hattnen nf n rtmllnw ktniiin. ami while rtmliH the lHeel. tml ut the wnter It laken twMtt n Imekwanl nml nn upfcli-Iwview nf the world txint It. tft WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. purchase this fine boundary of land with its stately buildings in keep inrf with modernity and with the pride of the community in which It A FARM OF THE TIMES of this farm Caiotlne ai an Iniecticldt. t It U mtiil uptin the HHtlitirlly nf nr Ie lenriuwl ii lnly limn the liureau ol lilologleol uney tlmt nil Itmrt! their ox'grn mipiille tlirintcf unnll hole! In tlielr IxNllex. When mch nn oily iuhtnnre n! gnvllne comei Into contact with lh the noitrret nf their oxygen mipply nre clo'til. nml larking hrentti. they natHrally die In a thort time. 't In these days of labor stress and shortage the problem Is solved by the use of modern larm machinery, the 'smoothness being adapted to such labor and man saving devices as are nowj in common use on such fcrms. Wl.dom. Tin children freof quently Impart very curium Infonim tloiu Ono loy wro to. "S'lignr l mnile frtim linen rag." Annliier. "Th keet milk from turning mr ynu otintilii leoe It In ihe cow" , intnl young' ater To make lmtlr we mint Iwnl up Mime ecs In me milk nml wt II In tin nun. U'hea tho tfutn cotmt tc I In lim .enw I efT Juvenile enyi CITIZENS NATIONAL KEN11CKV BANK. OF LANCASTER SUBDIVIDED INTO 25 TO 125 ACRE TRACTS that you may be enabled to better get the size farm you desire., The same will be sold in tracts to suic. Many Changei for Cranhepp.r Falli. Vnlley Tall h nrlglnally naimil tlrutfhopper Pull a. The IfgMatiire'of cliang.it It to Snutelle rail. It wiu chungeil the next jrnr lecnile Sol .Millet dutdutl It "Sow tail 1'nlU." Anil It wn rn hopper Pall! untlf 1S73. when the nnnie wn changei) to Vnlley r nlln. nnd everjhoily lluil hniplly ever nfter. Corning (Knn.) Oiuette. lrt 3iT fj f ft ; 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, Cnthicr. This bank two Time Lock Snfci, one of which is kept Locked. OTICB hi J. And Listen Folks, To The Terms: Ten Years time on deferred payments if you like. You can pay for it just like rent. The improvements consist of a charmiug large two Pfit Werki It! Wilt. The Mediterranean lly (knrntltll jean cnue: ciyiltntn) hai for II. V. Hudson, President. I.. G J. Walker. rvnuldernliln ilnmnge In Oreeee to thu fruit nml vegetnhli rroei. Ornnce. npplea, penr, penrhe. nirlrnti. plum! mill tomatoe! luivu hien eMclntly hn )et been No nml there mema to bnve been little Htteiiipt to prevent thn prenit of thli iwxt. It Mil a Good In tho jellmv nildcn' tongue, nhlrh John Hurmucli! Ims poetlenlly ktyled "fnwn Illy, there la n twofold nppn-prlii- ti iii'i! of inline, in) a the Anierlcnu Koretry .Miignzluu of Vahliigton, for thu erect lenven Imvo well been llkene.1 to the earn of n Mnrtliil deer, while tho mottle! color, with n dltlnct fnwn color more or lets In evldenrn nn tho outMile of tho mliilnturo yellow jllnci, eiully tuggeftt thu nnnie. Anger HoUon. "Advniiclng yinra hnve cnuci! mo to forego the luxury o temp.-r.n womiln m hi. "'He slow to wruth' might well bu one's guide at! everr nerlml of life, but It la nhsolutv jly eenthlt In the mlddlu y.iim, when fits of n titer tet up n imnltUo poison In the lyitein. Twice In thu Intt year I hate been made serlounly III by glv- Inj wuy t my temper. Now, for my . ... . . i I.... n riiae, i cuueuvor 10 restruin It," Kxcluince, Health Found In 6un's Rays. has Its luiluence on health In l.'urope. In Prance, meillcal i!eclnllM! hnte recoiiiinemliil the re-.orts of llrittany nml Normandy for a long time Instead of thu hut und glar lug sands of the Miuthern coutta. This Is tho choice eserlnlly for children and for roi,s oer llfly whoso sight Is crowing illui. I.ei nttintlon has btii given the matter In Hnclaiiil, hut preference for jilares on the east und west cuuits Instead of In the south Is trowing for piople with weak eyes. Sun-glurJ I)nvi.lun, Cashier. W. O. Klgney, Ant. Cashier. Joe J. Wnlker. Aut. Caihier. Wm. F. Miller. Teller Mrs N C Hifr.lton, Ais't Teller storyframe Nam. residence, every out-buildin- g, one dandy large tobacco barn, one large, stock barn, one splendid arid attractive 5 room dwelling at road. OertelS DOlBLE-DA-Wt The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it In your home at all limes DRINK 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 of every description, including wagon drills, plows, etc., too numerous to mention. Incorpornted Makers of Osrttls Doubl. Dark, Oerlslt Dark and O.rt.li Light. N. L. Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Hnrrodsburg Ky The OERTEL Co Louisville, Ky. rort! W. 0. RIGNEY. Funiral Lancaster, I t D. A. THOMAS. Real Estate. JAS. I. HAMILTON Lancaster, Ky. Director and Embalmir. Reidtfiire Phone 'AX Ollire rhtine 18. Kentucky.. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 9, 9640M I 920 nVNiy BACK. taheut joo,tlonlf tmi Silk and Calico Big Sale of Land HERFORD CATTLE AND OF OTHER r GENEVIEVE UI.MER Why St lie. )iu are a WIM.m Hrrf I t Uiy anus full nf i.iii..'t Jhm.I ..f Ihrrinl ,,H .n,. Ir..t ,k.,i "inii" imiiit "llifiiiiw the tM,i of ilirvmt n I needed." tr.iit,i jiin Nwu. hur ....r Ii '' l Uaw ohn Irr.tmrtiu l.ilr.1 II. . nr. Sl ht (rlir hundrJ, tl i wtxnnSitwtttd lluniiSl, rtiltlaihslrfdmrat tl Ett.ira Triir.Rwrmm.tich.rtc L CARDS. i M. S. v, ... ,i,k TOUA nvi M, a V, Pike 1U. HATFIELD Office 5TORMES DRUG STORE. PERSONAL (Oil tlieertl)-- . PROPERTY ALFRED OWENS Saturday, Sept. 18th at 10 a, m, GARRARD COUNTY, ON PREACHERSVILLE AND FALL. 302 ACRES LICK PIKE ON DRAKES CREKK, 7 MILES LANCASTER P'j MILES EAST 150 ACRES DRAKES CREEK BOTTOM, WITH THE OF PREACHERSVILLE, REPUTATION OF "NO BETTER LAND ANYWHERE." PfHH.lt. twr nwrrle.1 mm. r, llHMithirul ami I. tied. .She Imil ohm., tu thf Hty urn! fnmi the home nf i,.r liiilmi,. nrnl iiiln-- lit CI.mIoii, Uimu Nellie fur tl... Urn llnw sine ,,.r iBBrrlmt.-- . Iflsle Imd l.xik.-r i:iie lllfll M.lllfHlllll the l.rl.l,. nf a HKMlt.t tMHiif.-nl lllM)lHtll ( t - PhonesOffice 5, Orchid Hunting Profitable. LANCASTER, Orchid h untitle i n business Hint the effort uf many rotirnseous adventurers, who eijilon- - Hie wild-ennd most remote pnrts of the world In the Impe of lltidliii: rare or new varieties, ttiirress In this kind of .liter, h prise inuy hrlnit lame rcwnnl, ns a single, plant may hnve n market vnl'ie nt ihoii'ntids of dollar, st Inns-muc- DENTIST ottr Tim C.rrsrd flank. . Residence 376. KENTUCKY. J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist 1 VHt Itinv trnu-llii.- - Uir ihiIchmih frnui home most nf Hi,, tltti.- - rtn., iltMHirli she it riH.iu in ImmitIii.1.1 .Hiilny, inn,.. , rlwls tut. miI,hI.Ij- eon hus-ban- d &and GsntrJtts Cltctrlclty, A curious plieiiiiineiioii of the Pa- htrn Is the rlinrgliiir of motorcar boilles mill roiinu .if Hi.- mtvi hihI liml IHt ni hikI n.ln.lr.fl id,. owiints f the ."I'l'iy .Will,. hh HM,!,. - j.ni.i iht mt.t HirrliMM. in iwikliiL Hi. Two Set Of Improvements: Frame bungalow (5 room and hath room, 1! porchon, new Delco electric light plant; i intern on concrete huso, ifuniKi', cow house, metal roof tobacco barn 00 xGO and other consist of old .style atone hou.e with The other Improvement! frame ell, 7 rooniM. hall and poicheH, new cistern, stock barn and other out building. Nice yard and Hue nhiuk' at both dwellings. into The farm has about mile frontage on pike and will ht 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 land 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 lfiUO pounds of hump. fit) acres in corn, I acres tobacco, (50 aery. 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, To large sugar trees. Farm is well fenced, patent gates at pike. We wilj sell this farm to the "High Dollar" on good terms and for posses's. two-stor- y "And l.mk ut Im. ilrmiH nf n skirt, euie eliltuM i:iir. -- AlHrkcl low I"", vtliy .Kni t Kill liuv It? Vnnr ur."s KNiki imhU,J shabby mid I .1. i.enet.. ii u i.iiv ynu IhiiI Hi iiixeiunrniit ,. In the ported to h. er crnplm: nllh a slop shiH-ks- lire electricity, lorries vicinity of Cades are re often nffecto.1. nnd drivthe sinrtlne hatnlle nfter liable lo reeelvu ncvere run-nltisup-pos- ed OfTico DANVILLE, J KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. ' -- Hours 8 to 12 and to S p.m. . Mtv from clinriiiil .m Mown nirnlnst It. the rubber tires nerving ns Insulation to retnln the charge. Ky trailing wires, ground connection Is made, nnd the charge i!Uluited. The eleclrlflnitlon Is to he iinpiiri.- -l lo the chassis J. A. Beazlev NINERflL DIRECTOR Utllre Over Xational Hank. Residence rhone 3. Olllce Phone' 27 LANCASTER,' KY. '. 1 nub-divide- d sion January 1, 11)21. Don't miss the opportunity. Kvorybody invited to this sale and freo Burgoo and Dinner. Don't forget the date and the Burgoo. (let busy. Look over this farm if you want to BUY LAND. For further particulars seu .Mr. Owens at the farm or W. E. Moss or H. H. Dover at my Danville oirice, or W. A. Dickerson or George Swinobroad at my Lancaster otfice, or Tlmt 4 true. ItUlo. " ri'MMiml..! .V.. He, -- I. lit It Ml llHVK til .III fur n ....) m Kee. Iloiinl.l mi. I I tire IIvIiik Jet. Ml It settled IkisW (if eHiHltlte, liml i mm- in u. careful." twien i.nue iirniull went home ln Hired her iuppre.d crleVHiire fullv Nellie liml not tnlil her tinirli nlH.iit ner otwi (Mimetic nrtalro. ni.t-r- ..il niilipy n n lart, liut l!lle wn Im pre"..-.- ! wlih tin. iUM tlmt llmml.l wus elllier n poor priivliler or Mrnlne verv .nine money. "I ileelnru! nliotit nil Nellie linn l tli omitniHiet ilre coo-N- , .l tint In n wnnlrohe iiiini fancy lilrtH oi ner Innlminl tlmt mut Imve oit n lot." 'Cnllco wife. lm,anl. vlif U2- ire5l.ii ner motlier. time in uiiiik or it. i inncy ton lime lilt tlie nail nn tlie lieflcl." ! M'rve.1 I.Mo'.h liuslKiml. "I tiniiHri.'l ucrot iionniii Wlmrtim In lint week. He wm nilllns liy In n de luxe iititomolille In rlinrce of n liveried clmutTeiir. up to tlm uUiv. Actually lie was n irt of fashion ilatt n pink of perfvctlon ns to n. tin- - nnd tiinkfiip. J won't ny foiiiil.li lionnld Ii tnli'ful nnd known lmv to wear eoo.1 clothe, liut liHn't ntlnl - COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND oaki:aki nncriT rorr.T. H. J. PATRICK, Dntiat. Paint Lick. Kentucky- IMamtilTs, Mnry I.ee liny, ct al, VS. Myrtle Wenrren, et, al, Defts. VETERINARIAN. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered Call. Answered Promptly Dy or the underat the August Term. l'J'-'signed Commissioner will sell at pubPhono 317. Nifht. lic auction on the premise, nt the KKNTUCKV dwelling house on the land. 'J1 miles LANCASTUR. O, Or. Printus Walker One. THE REAL ESTATE MAN LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Sale of the Above Farm Comes the Just After MENT SALE wnj no Mivur, hut h nppreoinled nnd vnlued tins Intluence of tierMinnl Im- Ilonald nn trnvellns for .1 puhllJhlnc concern putting out lilsh clam net of hooks, nnd entered only to famltlei of fafhlon nnd wenllh. Whenever he mnile n town, ni the njlng , he follow cd KOlecteil soclnl lenders. Ills Immaculate attire nnd iinturnlly ceutletnntily wnyii won recs-n- l that U Mire." rncmimtinlrallvo Nellie mlclit hnve enlightened her cnnlni: relntlxei li.nl lie lieeit pre.-iit- . The fuel was thai her hiilinnd wm followltis n nither I'tirllculiir line of hutlnc cnlllnc for iiratne, precltlon nnd effect. lie Miii-el- f, pn'lon. I Ion LIVE STOCK AND IMPLE- and the Big Barbecue and Burgoo Dinner Saturday, Sept. I8th At my home on the Fall Lick pike, 7 miles from Lancaster and 1 ' miles East of Preachersville. On this day I will sell thu following: ONE FINE HERD OF HEREFORD CATTLE, not registered; 15 Hereford cows with calves; one registered Hereford Bull; '. head of 1000 pound shorthorn feeding cattle; Yearling Hereford heifers; 10 Short Yearlings; 50 Black Face Ewes and throe Bucks; onu team of Percheron Horses; throe I'erchoron Fillies; one mare and colt; one extra good mare mule and some other stock. 1(5 IMPLEMENTS One Peering Binder; one Cultipackor; new Mowing Machine and Hay Bake; one Farm Wagon; one New John Decrb Disc Harrow; ono Wheat Drill; one Smoothing Harow; all kinds of plows and cultivators such as are found on u well equipped farm. Also household and kitchen furniure. Terms will be very liberal and made known on day of sale. ALFEED OWENS R. F. D. No. 2. Geo. Tombs, Auct. Crab Orchard, Ky. Nellie the he had hevti with fur uniiiy years removed to dlntnnt lusid- ipmrlers nnd he looked nhotlt fur n new connection. "It means puttlus n thoiiMiiid tulle hviween ourselves nnd your family folk," ho told Nellie, "If I to with them. To hrenk Into a new line will he erperltnental, hut I hellevo I have nn offer north wnrklm; out." do told Nelllo nil nhout thu hook It would tnke '.'llliis proposition. nlxiut nil the ready cash he had to eipilp himself rli;htly nnd stand travel- In; excuses for 00 days The commUolons tendenil were very con ennis, nnd If lie met with nny pretentious mensure of success there was an assurance of nn Income trehle that he had received In Ills old H.ltlnn. Ilenrt nnd soul wine, prudent, cnl- cnlatlni; Nellie entered Into thu propo rtion of the hour. She oiled down hti!vhold u.pene to a narrow minimum. Kile declnred she was outtltted completely ns to nttlre for n full year al.end. If sitter Klsle had h.t-- with Nelllo whjut she nolsted her liuihnnd In cettlni: ready for the Mini, sin would have tevn fairly nppnlliHl. Ilnndsoine of face nnd well hullt, lirUk of manner nnd naturally crnceful of IniIko, her ndumhle heller half Indeed knew how to wear irood clothes, nnd Nellie Insisted on Ids providing him- elf with tlie very hest. It nus six months nfter her first ilt to the city that KUIe wroto her sUter that hotu she and her motlier hii.l arrauced to spend a week with her. MI hnve made over two of my old told her mother. "They sown. will llll In some of the dreariness of Nellie's wardm!.. , "Vw, poor child t and I am to cheer her up with n present of fifty dollar for a winter coat," added Sirs. Puhols. Ilonald was at home In a new nnd lancer fiat when the visitors arrived. spruce, Jolly, delightfully hahlted as usual, which Mrs, Duhols secretly resented until Nellie burst Into the room to welcome her. KUIe stared it the marvel of ele- and luxury. The reward of Kane economy, sacrifice and patience had come richly te those two, and when. thu story or the tame came out Klile realised that there was no further need of Nellie continuing to be "a wis- dovr shopper I" liutllieH' Just nflcr he mnrrlwl houe V. M., or thereabouts, on SATl'HDAY, SKPTKMHKIt IS 11)20. the real estate mentioned In the pleadincs and described as follows: In (iarrar.l County, Kentucky, on the Lmcmter nnd Ilirhmond pike. about 2 4 miles from I.Mticastcr. nnd Is the Mime conveyed to Wm. and Mnry Lev IUy by William Ilurnctt. et nl, by deed dated January 24th. ID! I, nnd recorded in the (iarrard County Clerk's Otfice in Deed Hook 31. page I IN, and the same is bounded ns fol low: Ileginninir nt n stone 20 feet South of the middle of the said pike and opposite the pond, snid stone a corner to Price Hrothers; thence with chnins to a W. O. same S K3 point feet South of Middle nf pike and corner to the part sold to A. J. Catlck-l-i nnd in line t Price Urothcrs; thence with Cnddell, X 8 V crossing pike nnd striking nnd with the post and mil fence across nnd through pond, in nil 0.55 chains to the corner r. 1 i.u; '4 imst oi sniit fence, chains crossing n deep hollow to a point nt the est edge of n hedg fence, corner to part sold to Cndt'ell, nnd also corner to Caddell s other land; tlience with snid other land, N 73 K 1 1.12 chains to a point two lengths short f X post, nnd another ancle of hedge fence (old call n lo chains cust snug) X I t's II to the end post of a wire fence (old locust) corner to Cnddell and call George Y. Conn: thence with last named with wire fence S 55 'a K pass ing a marked huick locust fore nnd aft, in nil lS.l'.O chains to the corner W . corner of of 11 hedge fence at old orchard, with, snid hedge S 1 8 1 K O.r.O chains X 00 K I.5S chnins S S4 K O .01 chain to the West gate post of a gate: corner to same and in lie to Criscillus: thence with Cm- cillus nnd with stone fence S it V 7.20 chains S 1 1 W 7.00 chnins to a stone 2 xi feet h end of stone fence K in West bank of branch. S C crossing: branch 1.75 chnins to a point in a hedge fence (said point is S liS W. 0.15 chain from the middle of nn old gate and middle of road): thence with hedge fence S IHi W 1.0K chnins S IP W 0.90 chain S 4 W 0.92 chains to a point in hedge nt North edge of drain. S 75 W 2.47 chains S fi2 4 W 2.47 chains S 54 t W 2 chain S 40 4 W 1.78 chains to a point in the middle of Ijincnstcr and Richmond pike nnd U5 4 link West of the middle of the mouth of n lane: thence with middle of pike X 72 4 W 4.50 chains X 85 W 11.00 chnins S 83 W 2.50 chains to n point In middle S 72 4 W 7.50 chains to the beginning, containing o'clock, from ljncatiT, Kentucky, at 2:30 Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 11 .. The undersigned hereby give warn-ta- g to alt persons not to trespass upon lur lands for any purpose whatever Is we will prosecute nil offenders io the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora rhlllips, It. L. Ellcln. Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hartley. Mrs. Emma Higglnbotham, , Edd nnd N. 1). Price. S. C. Rigsby. POSTED 0. B. M. Anderson. I- R. L. Kelley. J. C. Rigsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, - Barker ; Thompson and Tracy Extrcisc Intelligently. youiiK.-us )ou crow older by cultivating a line of Kood, healthful, "flrow honest sport." Is outid advice. Walk-I- n c. rldlnc, row Inc. plujlnic coif, tennis or croquet or any other mild form In the npeit uir keeps the of eeri-iimuscle Mipple utul prevents the Joints from Ktirfeuiui;. HtU the lungs with ojyc.u nnd kee the blood from lui:i:lb or the liver torpid. In hh.irt, It I exercise and right thinking that kvp the bixty "in tune and up to concert pitch." Ifrison Swctt Manleii In ChlcaKo Dally News. s The purpose of the sate is to divide. the proceeds thereof among the Joint owners of same. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six nnd twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with npproved security for the purchase price, due in six nnd twelve months respectively, and bearing six yi.7 acres, iL ,1m icr cent interest from iintc until paid. laving the force and etfect of a Judg ment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. It. Hrown, Master Commissioner of the (.arrant Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the nronertv sold until the nur. chase money is paid. . W. II. iiKUW.N. M. f. 0. C. C. E. Robinson, Attorney for l'lifs Hazelwood Sanatorium a For tin Trvatmtntuf TubtrtuhiU Maintained by the LoutuUIc AtsocUlton for ii the aJopiate ticilmmt of In all lis stages at Uu tt.t nit. Ratri S1V00 r week, In eluding bond, medical altrntion, laundry, etc. Hlsh giound com. m.n.tlnir tntlt m lew. IVthrhl. ful surroundings. Sprtlat lairs lor lit. tlOIMMl II MMr, tubci-culoiX M U TO THE PUBLIC: The farm to he sold by W. H. Drown, Master Commissioner herein, is one of the most desirable farms in Garrard County. The land Is very fertile and productive. In a hitch state of cultivation, only 10 acres being in cultivation now and the remainder in grass; well fenced, well improved and tie in a good neighborhood, on the turnpike, and is an opportunity for some one to yet a desirable home. HENRY ARNOLD. Adm'r of William Ray, deceased. S tmUt 1 H IitU I. Ckrf. S.lWnJ J The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 9, 920 1 A Sandy npjuuaQBfl 0UIME I TWO FARMS In that Famous Hanging Fork Valley, Inheritance By RALPH HAMILTON Fa OUR LIST IS BEST FLOUR BEST ME AI. 1S8 Acres of Wheeler Bros, and Mti'MtnM'r. mcciil out mine down the null nml turned Into Parmer Worth" nrd to crt a drink of water nt the pump. "Yon think jmi won't MopP n voir ftnnh-Iilm. inn! In- - nnxc In hi feci, neither wMilug to piny Intruder tmr n In- - Tin- - jimtiK mnn looto-- I All Kinds of Feed. 166 acres of G.H. Pennington TO BE SOLD at Auction ESDAY, j j SEPT. 22nd, i j In Lincoln County, Kentucky, on the Danville & Stanford Pike. The Wheeler Farm 4 miles from Danville, G miles from Stanford. The Pennington Farm 5 miles from Danville 5 miles from Stanford. These farms adjoin and comprise 334 acres and is one of the best tracts of land in Lincoln County to be found in one body. To those who know the mere statement of this land being on "Hanging Fork" is sufficient recommendation and insurance of its fertility. Remember we sell to suit the purchasers, so if you only want a part of either of these farms, we will sell you a tract the size you want. Also the opportunity to buy both farms making over 300 acres to the man who wants a large farm. We can "Cut the Cloth" for the "Little Man" or the "Big ( I' , "Not I," enmo the prompt nMitit. "I won't say tlmt jour offer Un't III ernl, for n farmer, hut they're miIiii? a ilollur nn hour for carpenter nml I've quite- - n knack that way." Wayne Delmore hml mncd on nnd lartrd fur the road. A yoime man rarrjlmr n worn Mitchcl came ilnun th porch utep nnil wniic Ihmuiili too cato. Their nth rrncd, tM. more halted, "I wasn't tryliiK to lltm," ho MiliL "hut It oumtcd n If you were turn, lug down n Jolt," "W." acceded tho other niiitlj-- . "looking for ono?" "I've cot In, I euo," answered IM. nioro In a dull. weary tone. ",ny ii. of n limn who never handled a jlmv nppijinir? "AM Worth don't wnut n plow, hninl." ihhii' tie reply, "tt'n n of uporliitoiMti'tit or ovjtmnt he' lifter. (rlpilo.v. you know, uiul an't ' L'i't urouml Hliv too pood. ton ipilpk nt tlinirt. nml can you lo cane of "I did ome work of that kind cr ihc "Into lino." nld IVImnro. "UVII. It won't hurt to try your lnk .' "I wnut n until who nn i iiimI Hie old end tho hand klrnMif " adrlud .hvt Worth. "Sinn' my dmiclitrr wi'til to work In tho town I hiivrirt hii)I-h- v to keep track .if lio Uit to. You'll hull' In ihlne mutineer. Mmekeepor nml cnh:er. Oati, Hay, Clover and Timothy Seed all ti at fair prices. Coal, Salt, Cement, Rock, Sand and Brick. Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. E I ot ,n ki-v- School Begins Monday Tablets, and Pencils that the childrenawill need Drug ( I ) ItifcrcnreO Security? You . . I Man." you want. Can run machinery over all. of these farms. No waste land. Strong fertile limestone soil in high state of cultivation. Investigate these farms before you buy. Why has Swinebroad sold more real estate than any other man in the business and will continue to do so? Come to this sale and we will tell you why. A square deal to everybody. The owners of the land I sell become bidders at my other sales when they want another farm. There is a reason. The Wheeler farm will be s ld at 10 o'clock, sharp, rain or shine. After dinner the Pennington farm will be sold promptly at 2 o'clock. This may be the Inst chance to buy this kind of land so conveniently located. Don't delay. Get in touch with "Real Ettate Headquarters." Easy terms. Possession January 1, 1921. For further particulars see the owners at the farms, or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville office, or W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or DESCRIPTION OF. WHEELER FARM: Long frontage on the pike, a beautiful and attractive home dwelling of S rooms, hall, 2 porches, concrete floors, cistern, large stock barn with cistern, 2 tobacco barns 40 xlOS and Fine lawn to pike 30x40, new garage and all with plenty of shade. Farm is well fenced and everlasting water, 3 concrete pools and springs. Everything on the farm is in first class condition. 40 acres in corn, 12 acres tobacco, 33 acres timothy, 53 acres in Old Blue Grass Sod, balance in clover and orchard grass. Don't take my word look over this farm and if you are looking for something good and desirable you will be a bidder. DESCRIPTION OF THE PENNINGTON FARM (Known as the Bosley Farm) Long frontage on pike, has an S room old style frame dwelling with porch and fine cellar, 2 concrete silos, each 16x50, close to new metal roof stock barn with room for 100 cattle. 10 acre barn, large mule barn, stock scales and cribs combined, other out buildings. Right on Hanging Fork, abundance of stock water. 85 acres in corn, 13 acres tobacco, balance in grass mostly Blue Grass Sod. 50 acres of Hanging Fork Bottom on this farm and if some one wants to buy this tract of bottom land alone we will try to sell it separate. Balance of the farm can be sold in 2 tracts. We can fit you out in a 100 acre tract. Tell us what out-buildin-gs. ell-fro- nt "I uni too hnnet nml tniMful. I'te to think," rrptUil prlmnrc, with a wan miiIIh. "I have n letter from j my lrtt tnplojrr fecurlty, jw .f t you'll consider acre Jut over lio rldce. a that." "Oh. you own inr Innd hercnhoui", then1" Imiulnil Worth In matwft"t Mirprl "Ye, nhont n linlf quarter octlon. i I wnntnl to That" my trouhlo. A Utile fnrm nnd I trndoit n houi ni 'l' ncn-s- . t lot for tho Tlw Ml-o- r V wru n Innd Jut liokil It iitit. It' nil nd nml ovit. n wrod won't crow on It." "Ah. I iindontand mw. Yourx nrr th llilnl ImmM throuch whlrli Hint OF LANCASTER. trlHticiilnr plvo luis pntil In tin' flu year. So thoy hooruxil yroil Too Imd! W.m. I'll I... cld In civ.' you ii how. Out uny trap' with ynnV ino tffMii my ininK. I will juiyl "W U gt't tlml Inttr. von vr mimI Worth Into drtnll. A. R. DENNY, Trfildtnt. J. E. STOKMES, VJt.rrnt Ihon rnll.-hit wlfo. oxptnltnil iunt-- ' S. DENNY, Cwhlrr C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. nml Hi'liHori foiiml lilmolf tor, I'ALT. ELLIOTT. Individual Ilot.'.tjw'wirMotid h n'nt lMilrxini. nud w mnilo itunn- - of the naturo pf ilu wort; ' nVCU MODLBY. tirnful Ilook-KrI I'XtHI'tlll f Iilm. "You inn httfli ut tho orn'l uhont WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. If yim will, nnd ci nnl four Alex 15 Denny, J H I'orej-- , J. II Storm, 0. B. Swini-hroaJ- , your trunk." Ininirii'd Sir. Worth. C't l lilm-At lut 'op at Front mrit C Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr W. M. E!;tt. Director. In tho ran dlrrrt ou' IIhti' nml rail for my ibtuuhtiT In ilir itln of lllrtl .V Itiiirk. lawyor. ShoJ worki llirro. llrlnc Imt homo." Poktjgs Stamps. Point for the D03. a new mid Six o'clock rtnmp had Iti The ndhftlve ai ilnnk a cletitit ihnplor In tin- llfo of Wnyiio' oiijln In Kticlnn l in 1SI0 n n direct Well, n in turn vrouml three or fout ios A hricht. plcnxint, iniolll. i lie 'iuil refotm of Sli tune lfore luns down to en to siren, outroinv of cvnt clrl of olchiM'ti. Itmli Worth wm Itnulnml Hill, tn 1M7 H.f Unite whil,. a Man iiIi.hii Biln the tnaltet hlllUtif'll ' wm. Sho cIlHIIIll Willi State ndoptud thli imtlii"! of collect. Sliy thuk-ht-. Ilr d.rnn. goe to Di'huori' till tho uay lo tlic fnrtu. A' Ins h t net', with tno lit nut If ully ei ami thru taru ovr tinfral tljne, tithlo ho. hi Writ in hrr lh! Mlppor cnivnl iMirtraltM nt Krnnkllu aui wakliiBMiliuif Hah time UmUvllU r nnil inotlior. ni'imil clad in iimk Wtilni:Uiii t'.mrter I. urns l .it homo. tho ilriinci'r fu Within n fow wit'k IMinoro ai ilouiiwtlcutiil ami n now ;niin In fvol-Inand iliiiriKliT. Ilo hail thrown it.o mini lain) to tho illninl. "I'm mi lck of II." ho told Itillh one wnut to think I'tciilnu, "that 1 A mnn wim niouud iiUmt It hcmIii. ji'ili rdfi.v Hklus lit prlro. I wouldn't Inlk to Mm. lUitiuto miiiim nun client, oil nnv I'm not cln- - to piny I In' im I II)-Wch- lht." know Hint I nm trulltiK nn t mnn. although you look Mint on ln I j McRoberts Store j s-- Mxty-eltfh- lrk. THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus 50,000. Honor Roll Dank lt Capital $50,000. .i w-- I aii a town-in)fd- ' ul ;tnt:t' . trf c iifT In turn." Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man r-- - LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The best Auctioneer in Kentucky will be ea the block. m1. Book your date for extr October Sales. Get the dates of our Di'liuoro ut the end of tho Mfion was an oxkm In hi new polllin. He wn only Iim willing to rontlnm In tho Mini', liutli had limmii' th llsht of lil llfo nml ho hud won tho Jnn-rllklnc of every one nhout tho Ilo wan ent for lu tho Held farm. line day hy Mr. Worth, who munewliiit tiiloilltc him with tho Information I tint Until had telephoned from the law i it II ce to Imvo Iilm rail tier up. I ! more win equally nmazeil when tlm wnrdu rnmo over the wire: "If niijhody coincH ti liuy your mn to deal until J o prfN'rty nf you." It xvim in n KMiit tniuMirt of ex. rltemeiit lliut Until Joined htm III Ihe farm liuciry ut mU o'clock, tiho had quite n Atory to tell. A client of tho' ilrm hnd limine thu nand nt the CO ucri't mialyzeil, n had newral other Unit the mlf It riiticenii'. cryialllxitl knnwii n tnnro mnd. found, after experiment, to U tipeiliilly uiliipluhlu for Hit iiiukluc o ( fine jiorcclnln. "You wdl receive ull kind of of.) lem," explnlinil llillli, "hut 'ou wlllj 1,11 to iliitl'wlth our clliiil." When Wiijiiv Ilelmore had teceive!. it Kxlly kinii for hi property, lie won.' ereil If Mil Offer of llUe would lllfl't , tho npprovnl of lluth. He tried the. t'tpcrluit tit ullh hix und envied It ncceiiuiiri"Milh It.o Juy tf o true r.ud ' loyul heart. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck a profitaMc "bcait of burilcn" ami surely has the "right of way" in every line of business activity. For all trucking purpose in the thy anil for nil heavy work on the farm, the Fonl One Ton Truck with its manganese bronze e anil every other Ford merit of simplicity in design, strength in construction, economy in operation, low purchase price, stamb head and shoulders above any other truck on the market. Drop in and let's talkitovcrand leave your order for one. worm-ilriv- lin Haselden Bros Garage. We nre not Interested In sny pt the Ford. con, (et Ed The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Sept 9, 1 920 Swinebroad's Series Of September Auction Sales Of Farms and City Property MEMORIZE THE DATES The Way of Destiny Dy VICTOR Iff. I 'REDCLIFFE i vteoooacttqcGrgccoB6)S)caoy . A., wi,.r ln' n I r THN FOLLOW YOUR MEMORY. tcrs." Send for rKloKii uivlni: full description. We "Turn Down" nn miction sale proposition unlci It appeal to u nt something the buy Therefore, we "ALWAYS SKI.!-- " intr pubM wants. Wt s)ld ocr J2.000.fl00.00 of Heal Kitate In HMO, ami nlrrmly this year fhh!,77P.OO of rcitl rstate. Kvrry purchaser at our sale eon aril at n profit. nml then Swinebread I ONK real estate man who unlvcrsalty advortlic. "S SKI.I.S JUST AS ADVKItTISKI). ' Follew our sales. We will make you money. We have lomcthtao; you want. If you want to "liny" or want to "Sell" set in touch with the "IEoqI Estate Headsjoar NOW CUT Tim DATES. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2n.i.. 10 O'CLOCK, 110 acre for R. O. DtAoney. 'Jtt Mik Uovn Danville on the. Stanford Tike, lloylr County. Iluy thin one you went rtrrct it. H) arm rtr 17 FRIDAY, SEPT. 3rd., 10 O'CLOCK 3 mall farm- s- 3S atrei (1. A. Carpenter. Lincoln County, I'rrnc hersville pike. A lot of Hrnl Kitatc evcral fine reiMeiwi SATURDAY. SEPT. 4ih.. 10 O'CLOCK tmiWIiy- tiarrard County, Anything you want. An All Day Sak. rti., in Ttieri' wnn nuiiirllilnc ntxiat the younir in.. ii wIki upriHii hi d lu-- in tlie mil ntii! rlciik ilf.iiriinfli of tin ntre when' li.i (mil Jnt lieen einployul, Hint "H Hie ntleiitlnii of Irene Im-nt nfue Tltlt wan her etind wii'k at eariiliit; u Ihliiif. and not yet bnd lnter-- t In tiotielric and Miidylnc tlie vnrliiiiH typ' of who enine nlotic nlmtiil. Home nml rrlnxi) IihiI rotiDinil lu-- r k'lrlliiNxl to n nnrrow i mid liilatllm; life tier nlfli a preM'iitntlim like to n eiiiitiintly rhiinclnir dlornmn. "I ntii to Me the miir.iiL'er. If yon pleaM1, ' Hike Hie ynunn timn, nml bin totie rr.rri--ii- iii with hi delicate, rellned fine. "It In nix ut a rniil." and be wt down h Ktiltrn'o he had a a S$ WILL YOU YOU RECOVER The full amount 6( your loss? 1 gf 19 WILL NOT in Unless Your Insurance Is Written Accordance With the Values of To-da- iii'iik fnrrl-rmte- a Be Property Values (Real and Personal) Have Practically Doubled During the Past Three Years. You Should Insure According To These Incrcas ed Values. nirrh-"- ! HAVE YOU DONE IT? 1 U art lUn i Concert. kl. TUESDAY, SEPT. 7ih., 10 O'CLOCK 275 acres in 3 tract for fpoonamore A Hester lloyle County, out I.nneafttr l'lhe. known a the Ir. Harlan farm) 34 miles .if Dunvill l a rhh one and an absolute sale. Hare WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th ACRES for W. C. Ratlcy, In Mercer Ceunty, on t'hntlmm I'ike. ' mile from llarrodtbun; and Lexington pike, 5 mile from HarrediburK. THURSDAY. SEPT. 9th., 10 O'CLOCK, 1! farm- - in Moreor County l'JO arm far C. I... 50 acre for J. K Wsirley Stuikertewn A Burgin pike. pike. Send for catalogue with description. A No descriptions of farms fer tale privately in 10'J acre for J. II. Weaver Uncaln Cunty FRIDAY. SEPT. 10il,., 10 O'CLOCK, mile Lancaster near HubMc on Danville pike. Another good one anothrr absolute sale. AU a ht of personal property, J. I SATURDAY. SEPT. Ilth.. 10 O'CLOCK, 41)3 acres subdivided for Mr. 1 mile JaoJcaon HHthway 7 miles itardstou n Nelson County on fine Fairfield pike at Cax't Creek. The bet farm ant tile bent improved in Nelson County. TUESDAY, SEPT. Mth.. 10 O'CLOCK 55 acres for C. II. Foster, .Mercer Cflunty, right at Sahrewt on Harrodfburx St Louiiville pike. A nice little home. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13th. 10 O'CLOCK U3 acre for W. C. Cowherd Taykr County, on Friendship pike. 3 miles (amphclUville, in Famous HeechttiHHl Section. Aho ercp. llvoatoek andlr. .Kim-berli- Komi , SATURDAY, SEPT. 2Sih., 10 O'CLOCK. Livettotk. Fartnini; lmdementii. Mule. Cattk'. of (! It Swltiebroad 1 mile of Lnnutir. un Danville pik. Garrard County. At Mime Jerseys after lunch. Will time will alto e!l my tine herd II) head Registered My farm of 30 nrrv near Hubble, Uncoln County, all in crars for rent privately. For further particulars semi for eatalotrue. tee the owner of the farms, or W. E. Mo or U. II. Devar nt my Danville otfices. or W. A. Dickcronr my son, (ieorse Swinebread at my and other petsonal property. THURSDAY. SEPT, 10th., to O'CLOCK, 50 acre far W. C. Wilkinson, Ilcyle county, I 4 No others on the market Hke it. n "DANDY." mile Uaavilto. Hustonvlllc pike. This one To wanting to ttll in October, book date with us NOW. FRIDAY, SEPT. 17th. 10 O'CLOCK. FOR Mrs. S. A. Wheeler. 23 . sWivided. Nil-'OA prulty home and ("swaty. 1 miles llarustown. New Haven pike Jtickton Itifthwuy. tiie !m. Jrrey. ell-th- e !, lme ha eerie to the nml will Im here In a few minute, In ii- upprUiil him, hlid Ju-- t then the lady in nf.irli i:. I lew liii'lt-rt folilliiu mid Inc Miine rllk Nuenter. and. in wn !ht Mint imntlilly nniilj zlnt the eall er, htm nn mi nrtUt, or e' r a pref ntial man of Mime m.rt, l Judgiru: him ly hi Hlid t r Itii; In KurmlM the of a M'lncwIiHt nad eirexlriu in hi ejei. He mid the Intly Innimcer ere eni:nfd fur wie time In dleuii.Ba Indy'n itreet ruat which the MiltnM 'i.iitalnol She wrote hlin out it cahir cheek, plnced the returneil varnK-n- t ahle. and wns huy innkltiu ' n tiotatlnri on a tab, when pns- il to her Mile "Waller Morse," rend Irene mid an addre, "Piw-- r 'nan. Itather a wrulhir ea.e. Iiwtold Mj iimther pur a week uso and iiawd the owl hi) later 1'rom what he died thri-tell nw he lind taken chtirse of two' eliltiln ti of a dead ilaushler and "now tliee nn left to hi rare. Nothing I at hand to provide for the little nnd I funi v be l not hliit'elf of any inntertal niirpln of income (Hi. lie ialle, my dear" fier Irene a told me the latter muted nwiiy, yml.ter itiliiklns of a new winter coat. "Ye. when winiiT eomen and 1 linte !ateil up etioiich to huy It." lausl.ed t "Ml iii ' - iiiitlii THOMPSON & ELLIOTT. At the National Bank. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. s Iritelli-otiiH- . It is not so much how In-ri- e "OTHERS" make their - le-r- "l ' lnl lj as it is how docs it meet the approval of the most critical consumer. W A, "'ii WHITE SWAN, I meeting the test and defies a superior. Wc are in the market at all times for wheat, rye, oats, corn, and barley. We will sell you ours or buy yours. Flour, meal, mill feed and hay for sale or trade. is Ty Irene. olflres, or y LANCASTER. Col Hobtar Hcnd of Venk 'tcs, Capt Oc tot b- - , ( Hain i:'e Cap. T. Auctlonefr W Sims of SnnneflelJ Ctf A T Sc m ut Xtrt. ics. (ictr.e Swine- of I.amater. Doe broad of Iurcstcr, Col. D. L Ferry of Co.umbu. O1 io, and tthirs. SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man. KENTUCKY. Pitlit Sale OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE HAVING SOLD MY PLACE ON DANVILLE STREET, I "Well, hire Is jour eliance." an noutiretl Mlk Uwo, and lic hehl up tin article Jut retiirmiL Irene lnsp-cte- l the piruient encorlv. "I will Tlie lo" prlc' whs lrreIMIMc. tnkntlt." he xiitd, and that evetiln: canAxl It beine fully satltilcd with n purcbiiM' that provided her with n it nnl wmp nt value. lrvne'a mother apiroved thu luircn.t and wa lnteretnl In Irene' Mory of tlie Incident that had led to Its napd-hltlet The DaWMiiii had Knoitn and plenty until the hend of the family died, and lrelio wa now the Mile uppirt of her aceil mother. "I will tet nt tlie coat tmnorrow, cold-weathon-hnC'ln-for- ' Lancaster Hour Wills, Incorporated Natural Abilities. Natural abilities are like nnturn plants, that Peed pninlnc by study. Bacon. Pronunciation cf Z. Tlie pronunciation of the letter 7. as hi? ' an Anifteanlm. The Kim-ll- h prouuitcfatbHi I zed, from the (lid I"nrwh rule, which In turn I fmtn the I atln seta, the name of the nlth Mfer of the Oreek corniiondlni: to the KiicIIMi nil. Slinkeiire In Klnc Lea?, net II, scene ?, L1tK the KujIUti pninun,cla tlon. which I still In vosue: "Zed I l lion i j I. WILL AT THE HOME ON Inns, nml I think the bet way to doj oulil be to mm III the defaced imIco." i for the time twins;, the swrment j forgotten, hut not mi the Interest- Intr you nc man wIhi had hrousht It to, Irene eoiiMlllnl the tele- the store phone hrik. Ye, there It wiih; "Will- - ' er Jli.rv.-- . Cerainio." "I felt Mire he ' followed Mrtiie artllle nlHnc." Irene I old herelf. and then Mulieil "Why," lie cNiwIih! Iterhelf Into Mi)liiir. "one would think 1 n ' What iioneii'r n love with him. ' ut went to hiil xttll thltiklnc of Mr. Waller MiTM'. The folUwlm: day wiih oho of mWi tvorkim; hour ami In lie come home' early. Her mother taet her at the, iliNir tn a nrval tate of excitement, ""I inline iiohi M'tidlns for you," be "I could hanlly wuit till llutteriil. jirti cilme home, (ill, Irene the mM ekef wondelful thlnu! In an Inttilc ; nr." ald the latter. "It is unite Approaching the Millennium. Tuuklns saya tlieni can't bo any unlverMil prosiHTlty until n man Is tt llllnc to work a ham for a square meal a he I for a clreu ticket. Jim! jai How to Test a Current. To mm out If an electric circuit Ii ful by continuous or nllernntlHC current, approach a maiiiet to the filaments of an Incandescent lamp, Thest will be nttractiil If the current bo coie tlnumis! they will tlhrnto If It bo ah ternatln;. , intoiiMrv loiter." Llghtnlnu Struck ! Twice. i Llchtnlns strikea twice in the same place. In plte of the old raw, for at nn Inquest Into the death nt Ohertsoy, Kucland. of n man killed while under n tree In a hn held ilurii i n thuuderftorm, It wn M'.ttiil that tlm trti-- , onu of a iiroup 'f He of the Mine helclit. had been Mnick by I intuitu In the recent luitance the before. llshtnlns followed the couro of tlie old stroke. shel-terln- i; ECZEMA m t.houtqurtlcinlf Hunt. it, taut in tbr trralinrnt ol Itch, rtr Trilrr Klnia-otiS'- . ciKinjr ,rvl . Dno't cau Mhrr Irralinmlt tai:J. Hunr.SaltalMitcltevrd hua dirU, oT tuch rain. Youcaa't on our Cu.ieili.. Tir It at cur luk TODAY frkJleat HONEY BACK j , , Knr. 1 Slnr lifc SATURDAY, SEPT. 11th, 1920, BeginnirtR promptly At of tli; rout. Mncil Ui. I fouml-b- ut, cumo and se for Joiitfelf." tahle lay the Cpoil the dltdue-riMiiKtt and heldo It was a small I win!- STORMES DRUG STORE. hook. It was open uihI llcM"d Km a nivnt ettry 'f w" 'n''" It wn an lint Wi:e ' Mitfd dollarx. ONE O'CLOCK, sell all my household and of the following: One Three piece Parlor Set, Two Bed Room Suits, Three contalnlnc u crtltlinte of di-- lt for ii like aliioum and a ileien kitchen furniture consisting t.ll'rty bond. ', Irenul" said Mr. "Don't you I'HWMin, "the mother cf the youtu man new til thnt treatre into the1 Iron Beds, Five Sets of Bed IMickct as a afe way ti kivp It and Just received a car load of , ; Sprinssa and Mattresses; Thirteen Rocking Chnirs; One Set of Dining Chairs; One Round Dining Table; Two 8ft. Extension Tables; One Buffet; One Library Table; Three small center tables; One Corner Chrtirj One Chiffonier; Three 9x12 Axminstcr Rugs; One 8x10 Crex Rug; Eight 36x72 Axminstcr Rugs; Ten 27x63 Axminster Rugs; One Range Stove; One Oil Stove and oven; Ope Kitchen Cabinet; Five Kitchea Chairs; One Kitchen Table; One Iron Cot; ' One lot of Kitchen Utensils; One Lawn Mower; 50 ft. Gum Hose, and other things too numerous to men tien. All thv furniture is as good as new. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. i JONES L. ANDERSON, CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I - t died before !c could tall htm il'ut It." "We must Bet to him at once," lie i laml In ne. "I know ho was worry ' inj: beeatM- - iiothlui; could be found to I provide for the children, and at nme she Itislitnl on her mother accomjionx Blveti by Mr lnc hertto the inldre Walter pi'TM The tmjet'ttire of Mrs. Dawon wn relief and crutl (iinvctaul iiidejownl In the, face of Walter hU two unepectnl cull with ith awcared. lone fell In love sight the cUeruhle orphans nt first The yiuntr man asked outright If Mr DawMa would undertake their cbio until Jho mwse moio permanent nr runKtuu ntf. and the Pats son home was riillvi'iiefl by the cotistant present of the little tots. The "jfrmaiient arrangements'" ua they were bound to do where two young soul wee mutually Intin sttil. They wtro uMieriil In b the love ciI. and Included the houv Ins uf the lite, a happy and harmonious, family tmdtr obe and the suuie , American Wire Fence Bttter get your Fence for Fall while you can. will be scarce and hard to get. Out- - enilii. Mrfthen It price will be right. LOGSDON tt CO. PAINT LICK, KY. riK'f The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 9, 920 I LOOK WHAT IS COMING what is komvn as the K. C. McWhorter farm in Garrard County, Kentucky on the Richmond and Lancaster pike (also now called the new Federal Highway over 200 miles long) and to offer this farm in small tracts from 10 acres to 100 acres to the highest and best bidder. This sale will be conducted on ATTENTION sub-divid- It is my pleasure to announce that Mr. T. J. Todd has employed me as his agent to e Tuesday, Sep. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. 14th, DESCRIPTION A beautiful tract of hind with long pike fvontage situated :n 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, mile from county High School. The thing about this farm that will interest most people is good land. This land will produce as much as any land. Lies so tractor machinery can work over all of it. Is well watered by ponds, concrete tanks and pools. IMPROVEMENTS A two story 10 room frame residence, lighted by Delco Lighting System with automatic pumped water system, two bath rooms and running water on both floors. Nearly new frame garage building to hold two cars, carriage house, servant house, double corn crib, large stock barn with concrete silo, wagon scales, small stock barn, large tobacco barn. The grounds surrounding this home are as pretty as can be and it is not possible to describe this proertpy in words. We will make an effort to have a photograph in next weeks advertising. The sale will be conducted on the square and you will be pleased with your purchase if you buy all or iart 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. PUBLIC AUCTION I havf been employed by the heir at law of Tom S. Ballard, deceased, to tell the Real M ExecntorsSale As executor of the estate of Mrs. W. L. Todd, deceased, the highest bidder, on I Estate owned by him at the time of hit death, situated about mile from the Wallaceton and 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 , WEDNESDAY SEPTEMDER 15th 1920 At 10 A. M., on the premises near the Residence of the late W. L. Todd, deceased, the follow ing property: 180 Acres Blue Grass Land. Situated on the Paint Lick and Wallaceton Pike in Madison County, two miles north of Wallaceton and three miles south of Paint Lick. t AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M., Kentucky, 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 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. and in good condition. Possession will be given January 1, 1921. Seeding privilege givA by-bi- d at consist of a good frame residence, five or six rooms, a good stock once. and tobacco barn, and other small .outbuildings, and farm is well fenced and in a high state of and one-haacres of mountain land in young timber, adSECOND TRACT Forty-sicultivation. joining the C. B. Blythe farm on the Berea and Wallaceton Pike, about two miles west of Berea. 1 Shorthorn cow and calf, 1 Shorthorn heifer, 2 years old; 1 rubber tire buggy; 1 set the land into tracts of 25 to 100 acres, and will self to suit the purWe will 1 $50. Liberty Bond, Fourth Issue. chaser. Remember that this is good land and that it will be sold absolutely the way it brings buggy harness; Any one desiring to leek over either of these tracts of land before the day of sale will most money. call on G. B. Todd or James Todd, Paint Lick, Kentucky, or J. L. Gay, Berea, Kentucky. cash on Jan. 1st, 1921, and the remainder in one, two, THE TERMS will be 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 or Shine. Estate Must be Settled. place will show you around, and the undersigned will be glad to go with yeu at any time. IMPROVEMENTS x lf sub-divid- e one-thir- d J. L. GAY, Executor. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. COL. JESSE COBB, Auctioneer. BEREA, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 9, . 1 920 Bourne. OtlajrH 1 mm ritr, AUCTION SALE OF LAND AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF JAMES H. WEAVER Figuring, on a Crowd. tn .liiilitliiif kf riKilliM. urlilfh ap Jllshlc in ln ttlijcrtttt to stress from trow.K engineers commonly figure on ' nlifitit nnn htiriitriwl .li.ft.t lufiil pounds In tln square foot. i , I Friday, Sept 10 O'CLOCK S 5 i 1 OF FINE LAND, WELL LOCATED. from In Lincoln County, 5 mile from Lancaster, 6 mile LOCATION Stanford, 9 miles from Danville; 3 4 of n mile from Lancaster nnd Danville Pikct On good graded gravel County Road leading from Lancaster and Danville pike to Lancaster and Stanford Pike; 1 miles from Hubble and in splendid neighborhood, close to school and Churches. New two story 8 room dwelling with 2 halls, 2 IMPROVEMENTS porches; new garage, one stock barn, one six ncic tobacco barn and other out buildings; new stock scales; one good tenant house. Cistern at house and barn and everlasting water. On D'tx River. Good orchard, grape arbor nnd other i i i: small fruits. . 25 acres in corn, 25 acres in cow peas, ! acres in tobacco, balance in grass. On rural route and telephone. This is splendid productive land, nearly nil level. Some of that good Uix River bottom. This is n tractor farm. No waste land. A nice home and pleasant place to live. Nice yard nnd garden. This farm is jutl the right size and will heN7!',c-m'- is ABSOLUTE SALE WITHOUT RESERVE OR for Be sure not somebody is going to buy this farm at the "High Dollar.' LIMIT, so 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 600 one buck, 2 shorthorn cows, 1 Hereford 1 cow, two 700 pound steers, 3o shoats, Duroc boar; 9 brood sows; 1 jersey milk cow. pound black heifer; weight 50 pounds; aged marc mule; 1 family mare; 1 new Fordson tractor, mowing machine; hay with gang plows, double disoharrow and wagons; wheat drill, corn planter, plows, wagon rake; manure spreader; 2 horse power International gasoline engine, ensilage culler; corn uears, etc. crusher, belts, etc; outfit complete; 6000 tobacco sticks; household and kitchen 1 culti-packcr; -- 1 i i it 5 furniture. urounds. This is a big sale. Don't fnil to attend. Swine-broaFor further particulars sec the owner, W. A. Dickcrson or George offices,d at my Lancaster offices, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dcver nt my Danville or Swinebroad, The Real Estate Wan LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Don't overlook dates of other sales. farms for sale publicly and privately. Send for catalogue, descriptions of rdyrm Mr. Diarli Hwihm Is . tkt tote lint. Childish Vocabiilary. Tin- - numher fif word uail hy chilMf Mr. WiittMM iHMKM it dren Inn 'inrii old varies from n vcrj n. Harnara art WHnm tMs Mtn Not Practical. few vtorili for tlir Imekwanl clillil up Men nre sonlliiieutnl irosslp. They to Unlwltul Mr. Xannl nnrila for inoro ptrcocloul j an not rnrtlrnl enough. Women nre. clillilron. Tin" numln-U pul is viattinK Hr Mr KkWkV Ktp Hllirn lli I.eellitilliK of time It's worn nt li ti-- . n ;ini im.l mk practical n llml have liail t do II Mi Anna aia Portnjr W'tiWr, at (!corce lUrnnril Slinw. IhJiiKit Necesilty. Clcphant Labor rm vialtinir tlHlr ftalMrt I Hint XliitnV link forrxtJ Uuiavill mM It Age of the World. Mr. IMck ft4vy tkto wk. t woriiiM wllliout thn n roulil not Jolm Von Mnller. n historian who fKlanri- - of otfphnnt. a Imiillns inn MifMwjx Rrnma and Lillian l"lar work rliln.M spent miirh tlmo In rin-nwIn tlm Inno Nn. Lou gn, fMoliti wtre th not I on tho nro of the world, arrived nt mar.". rt,er.. t.n.U trp.' itrow.Uv(, w,.k ffM, f (nv1r n roneliHrfnti nhlrh In IC! would An rteplmnt hamli.. from ilfty tc IiMrif. rank the world 7.012 yenr oi. Ills Utun In a wttwin. Ihsures an' Kiiiornlly nreojMed. Ie id-- )on Itthllunl nre Imsed mme Cottly Nibbling. of Btr MHiiSV, Mhw ntHl facts. A St. John rh.,rtai,. maniifncturM 8pak an tk KifhaMad rami a pan! nlm tnt.1 tin' 'anillan linltwlrlnl re-mnA M.ti. gt Hcmarkanla Swimming Feats. Irttlim 'iHninllti that lit fmptnyci View. Pair Copt. Matthew Wehh. In IS7R. j Inn ywir nll4rl.il up $IS,() worili nl from Hover tf Ckh1, reeded ih swlmmln Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thompamn aa. roni, so tlia CuloH In '.'I limr nnd IB mlnuli'i modi of WMiflp rlHMii'fi liy thera Mr. Jo sprat a pat of tali .'. ami rt Mil. Tliomni On Svpii-uilx- r utiiount.il tn almot $1(1 acIi. th gVMta of Mr. wMk in Ltxi-uto- w. Wllllnm IIhisw". an Hiil'hiiwn i.wldMnriinjr. and Mrs. from Suitfi l"re Jnp In l'nrl. swnio earthquakes. f Issiiiiaarlasi, Mrs. o. 0. Speak fhntelet. I'rnnm land. i:nlanl. to liat hren Colorado. The oriel n of and Mrs. Madpsrttt Spiaj- -t Ttio time was 31 iHwra ami XI minute the. flrt prlncliKil tniceil to two of which l teetonle. nnd the herimd of Unraater nave rtnmwd la tlMir S. II. honHrs after visitlnc Permanent Whitewash. i.dennlc. Tho former refits to Mis six minii i.f 1iI11iik with cold In the earth' eniat, known m and U 11 Sjreake am) faasiNvs. no lump. fault. wnter, tnkliiit cure to cnuml hy tho nhrlnk. The relative of Mrs. Harry Si ho u It MmuM c atioiit Hi" minUti'iicy of tin; of tho Interior of tho earth hy nave her a pleasant attrpriM kilt MtM-da- y In an old Jar hi tip three tlilrk crimiii of coollne. this boinir her birthday. A In cold wntcr for 12 ounca of I.lifhlful dinner was Pirretl. Honesty Prevalent In China. hours. Tin i timkij It very hot. hut he from a distance wore .Mr. itrai IIoneKty I n prcvnlllnc vlrtne ninen4 tn let It hull. Pour It careful It Is mint Oilnntncn. Some of tliem In Mrs. Homer Stone 'nnd eWWren, of wllle hot Inf" the Hhltewnr-h- . most eienltal ilmt the nine lf freh their nntlve town nml ritlo leave Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hlrtir or ttio Mttell of It u III he nulto tntot unsimrdoil rear and sons, of Xlekatasvlllo. their places of limine Any ndurlin; -- crecn, pink, whlhj they ko off for nn hour or more. ernhle. Mr. and Mrs. Tern Daalln of hlue. or fimn innv he nil'liil. Should customer arrive In tho tnonn-tlin- n entertain, d Sunday In konor they find the price of coodi ptnlnly marked, select what they wnnt of their nephew, Mr. Harhert Daollu Great Min'i Queer Fancy. of Hrantsill it twinn his nltwteen-t- h had h iiirloiiK fancy nnd loave the money for them. Daniel UVI.-i- .t of I1I1 cattle. birthilay. Qail a tmialtiur par for tHilntlliC the woulil vrnlk Peculiar Amusement. One eek the pmir tixk of tho bountiful drnaer. wWoh Krnncls llacon wns so fond of fine waa stvod. lil. Mne fiiee, ntxl the next nnritnd When thaw of iloftir-tar- e would HpMfir with one. The ef. tlothes that he spent hi odd time In came, his friends mft wtMilnc s rwvel Hint It tdewMiJ him. trylni: to devise new style nnd feet wa of Purine his life ho him many mcr. such IhrtMays tut and from tlwt llwe riwtli lie rlmnciu , tl: color wheiirver he Ita.l a few mln- - mnde somo l.'Jt.i drnwlnus of frenklsb this one. to MMire. ami would IhhkIi lienrt- - costumes. When he could not cot any. ut Philippine Forerts. liy nt the nHoflMttttetU of hit friends hody to vtonr ttt'iii, he hi nil n numhet p'nhen they suw Hih ijuevrdooklni; of men to don the crotoiie nttlrt The foretts of the I'hlllpiitnes and to pnmienude tho Mn-etfor his thn crenteht variety of wo.h In jileasure. the world. Some of the hard ihN y Sptnrs af Porcupine. are unexcelled fir hennty and Asbestos. ami n hl trade Is duvolotWuc Tlie plne of a i..riiipiiii-- . In the . uxual KMiltlon. lie Henri) Hat. with The earliest use of aheto wn In epirtliit: the tlmher to the United hut for upliiiilne nnd ivln;. to make In- - Suites. I'th.itr imliit dlre.il they or coti'hnstltile tlireod nnd jam rope nnd eeii-i- l vwhen th.t nntnial Indian Texti.e Workers. rnpnhU' of Xu'lni; rled- 'The qtlllla cMh. nnd lhlx has continued to he the E In North Amcriiit alone there nro are I.Melr Inserted In the skin nnd most Important use of nsheston ever four dlstlncP types of splnnlni; to ho J may, on helns v loleiiDy shaken. I'."- - since the dnys of the fJrcekn and Only tho crade enn ho found nnd some half n d.wen types of mine detnehed, n c(rcumtawi which hy tho Indian textllo prohnhly Enve rle to the purely fahu-lofor this purpose, nccorilltii: to wenvlic In u e the l ulled Stntes Koolotflcnl survey. workers". Also they have most Inter- Ktatemetit thnt the animal department of the Interior. Thread estlnc devices for wnrplne. for shred. tho power of nctunlly nnd, In nddl he spun sr. flue thnt It nlll dim;, for pattern-making- , ll iiaills llko nrrnws or durts nt nn c.i. I Hon. counties sovreis for .Ijelin;. run nhout :r.(st feet to tho pound. rncmy. Mytttry Solved. moving picture hmr the Interrogation title. "Whom nm IV Easy I You're 'yrll. H"tnn Tranwrlpt. A tt ' mt. ' J,ll avi-raa- r li utl ilu , 4'i(v 0c,r g, iiwt sr Hk. , - Lte inhuakr aw. j move-ment.- H Mrs. ihly rtu-so- tti' nt mtt I frt lnt ti lre. nf-fo- x durn-hlllt- ' j l.i.nnl, - Ho-ma- u po-e- ui tet ii.-- A DANDY LITTLE one-half FARM OF 50 ACRES nblic Sale We will sell, beautifully improved "Cloverdnle Farm" located three miles from Dan- public auction on on the Lebanon and Alum SprinR turnpike, al One and Miles from Danville on Hustonville pike, the C. PROPERTY OF W. WILKINSON, at Auction Thursday, Sept 16 10 O'CLOCK. aturday, Sept 11 AT 10 O'CLOCK (Jerman place. This place contains 119 acres, owned by Theo Cotton, and known as the Seven room residence with Delco lights; The improvement are modern nnd e. house and all other necessary Mtiern stock barn and twelve acre tobacco barn; tenant out- - TOldinss. Mil JThe by The prize corn of Boyle county was grown on this farm for a number of years He also raised the highest grade of tobacco, hemp nnd other crops. M. F. Germann. land is rich; well located in one of the best neighborhoods in the county, and the man will never regret it. Very few farms of this type, both as to lands and uwfio gc,ts this place arc on the market even in these days of land selling. Parties desiring to look over the premises, may do so by calling on Mr. Cotton on the farm by applying to the undersigned. , There is not a home like this around Danville or any other town that can None for sale like it. Just 50 acres fronting right on the pike. Electric lights in the house from the electric line in front of farm, can get all the electricity needed for power. Beautiful home with nice yard to the pike with fine shade trees. On one of the best pikes in the County. Close to Danville, known as an educational center. 2 story 7 room dwelling, 2 porches, one hall, base, IMPROVEMENTS mcnt; cistern; 4 acre tobacco barn; stock barn; garage; scales; double crib; poultry house; good orchard; fine garden; grape arbor and other small fruits; 20 acres of fine clover; 10 acres of clover and timothy, and 5 acres of tobacco broken out of blue grass sod; 10 acres of rye stubble; 5 acres in lots, yard and garden. This land will be up and selling to the "High Dollar" on the above date. Don't forget it. No waste land and the oil i very fertile and highly productive and in a high state of cultivation. Never failing well at the bam and everlasting stock water on the farm. If you want to buy a little home close to Danville here is perhaps your last chance. No matter what you pay for it on sale day it is sure to increase in value and the purchaser can sell at a profit. An attractive home. For further particulars see the owner; R. H. Devcr or W. E. Moss at my Danville office; W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office or be purchased. M. Dunn & Co. REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Our Aula At Your Service. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Our automobiles at your service. Get the dates of other September sales. Send for descriptive catalogue. Ret in touch with Real Estate Headquarters. The Central Rtcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sspt 9. 920 1 First Annual Sale Of i Big Type Poland Chinas The Hom of FJ'S HadlcO 1000 BBjksrfitfseKSts&!i-2BBBM'-BBBB- Sann?TSnnnnnjaslBBBBBHev5 JSHBannnj BBKJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBti29BBl The Home of ftig HadI?J The breed that will make pound Boars and 800 pound Sows Write for Descriptive Catalogue. The breed that will make pound Boars and 800 pound Sows Write for Descriptive Catalogue. 1000 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 PROWlPTLY AT ONE P. M. SANDERS & AMON LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD VS. A UN6ASTER INTERVIEW CIRCUIT COURT. THE PRIDE OF LINCOLN COUNTY EIGHTY-SI- X ACRES Fine, Rich Hanging Fork Bottom Land COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT, HaintifTs, Walter Casey, et 1iT VS. MolUe tiulley, et at. Defendant. John F. Marsee. et at, W. Plaintiff, A. M or MONDAY, Defendants. U. Marsee, et nl. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term, 1920, the undersigned Commitiioner will fell at pub-li- e auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House Door in Lancaster. Kentucky, at 1 1 o'clock. thereabout, on SEPTEMBER- 27i 1020. lows: estate mentioned in the pleading and described as follows: is in Garrard County, Kentucky, on Kemper Lane and bounded as folthe real Beginning at n point in said lane and corner to Jnmes T. Marsee. leavON THI PREMISES ing said lane and with said Marsee line S 54 K 2.88 chains S 71 U E 7.10 chains S SG K passing Doolin comer at 70 links with same in all .7i chains to n post corner to same, X 84 4 K 1.77 chains to a stake corner to same X 87 E 11.52 chains to n iiust corner to same and Morris, his line S Hi W 8.05 chains to a post at At 10 A. M. Sharp. turn of fence and, corner to same S 70". 4 E '20.52 chains to a post corner This rich, productive Hanging Fork farm ig located right at the intersection ef the Stan K .1.50 chains to n to same N 88 Mack wiilnut corner to same and Ash ford and Hustonville and McKinney and Hustonville turnpikes skirting either tide of farm. Arnold, his line S 2,4 W 10.03 chains to a point In branch, corner to same; Only two miles from that good town of Hustonville and inthe Graded School District and IV2 thence up same N 87 i W 0.10 chains miles from McKinney shipping point on Southern Railroad. v to a point In branch .N" 714 W 5.0K Improvements: Splendid two story dwelling of six rooms, pantry, hall, bathroom, spacichains to a black walnut corner to name X 89 W 3.50 chains to an ash ous veranda, back porch, extra good concrete cellar, dairy barn concrete fleer S ef 6 stalls, S HI W 8.48 chains to a beech, large crib, extra large stock barn and immense concrete silo, new tobacco barn for about four or corner to same N 03 W 2.00 chains to five acres, garage, two chicken houses and a world of ether outbuildings all in A 1 condition, a post, Tomer to tame and Flanncry, with same N 534 V 5.20 chains to n metal roofs etc., concrete walks, beautiful shade, nice gravel read leading from residence to post at angle of fence, comer to same pike, beautiful approach, etc... ( X 55 U W 10.31 chains N 57 W About S acres in tobacco, about 40 acres in com and balance in timothy and clover chains to a stake comer to same About 55 acres W this splendid farm in Hanging Fork bettoms as X CO U W 8.G5 chains to a small ash mendow and blue grass. corner to sime S 21 W 2.01 chains rich as the valley of the Nile, the upland gently rolling and rich as cream strong tobacco, corn " to a stone N 34'i W 11.7.1 chains to and hemp land. middle of Kemper l.ane with same Well watered cistern at dwelling with pump and sink in kitchen, cistern at barn, three X 55 tt E 7.CJ chains to middle of Ijwo X 22) K 4.31 chains N 30; never failing springs, some fruit, Hanging Fork, etc. ,, K 2.25 chains .N .184 E 3.35 chains You may travel the country over and nnd as good as this. But we don't cere where the beginning, containing 110,07 you go, you will to not find any better land on God's foot-stee- l. Just look at the creas ef tobacco, acres. The purpose of the sale Is to divide corn, etc., now on the farm and you a will be convinced that we are offering yeu something eut . . . e aI m let the proceeds dmon Joints owners or me orainary. we are proua to nave such property te oner to ine pueuc. .11 is exiraerei-nary- . iharnfnrt ha their riirtit ninv ntmvnr I It is the famous rich Hanging Fork land. "Nuf sed." Yeu must see this property te i TERMSt ' appreciate it. Written words cannot de it justice. This is the very choicest, high' class, high The sale will be made on a credit Just put your "Peepers" of six mouths and the purchaser will grade stuff, could not be better located nor in better neighborhood. Leek it ever carefully and criti be required to execute bond with ap- on this one and it will at once become the "Apple ef your eye." proved security for the purchase cally and meet us there en sale day, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th. at 10 A. M. and yeu may be price, due in six months and bearing the lucky one to own this choice heme and-fertilland. & .sit per cent Interest from date un-'t- il Terms very'liberal and made known en day ef sale. paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution For full particulars etc. see, write or phone either VY. T. Carles at Mckinaey, Ky. er may Issue, payable to W, H. Drown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money Is paid. W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Cel. J B. Diawlddie en the Block, L. L. Walker, Att'y for Pliffs. AT PUBLIC AUCTION Mr. Davis Tells His Esperltnct. The. following brief account of aa Interview with a Lancaster man four yvara ago. and its soquet. will b read wittr kmn Interest by every cttixen. W Davis. Ullor. Dsavlllo I'lke, Laacstater, scya; "Some time ago my d kidneys wore in bad condition, I with pahu across my Utck sad through my tolas. My kidney were. Irregular In actlea sjwt I bad to get up many time at night to aaaa the secretions, t hsd coaaMnrabln stooping over to do and I borainn naslly tired and languid. Doan'a Kidney Tills a tot-fera- Friday, Sept. 17, lino kidney raedlclni" AGAIN 1HAIHKS DOAN'H. Over four years later Mr. Davis ! am alwaya xliul to say a good said' word for Duan'a KHnsy IHIU. When I havo aymptomt of kidney trouble Duan'a aro sura to giro me relief." brought relief anl I think they are a Oc, at all dealers, Co, Mfrs. llufTalo. N. Y. FVwIer-Mllbur- a 1 11-.- lnd Hughes Sl McCarty, to the end of unother rock fence; thencc25'!i W 22 4 poles to the beginning containing 154 acres. , TKRMS; The sale, will be made on a credit of six and twelve months nnd the purchaser will be rcq'iired to execute bonds with approved security duttin six and twelve mcnths and bearing You six per cent Interest from date until piild, having the force and effect of Where can a man buy a cup for his a Jugmunt upon which execution may knee? issue, payable to W. H. llrown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard CirOr a key for n lock of his hair? cuit Court, ami a lien will be reservacademy ed upon the property sold until the Can your eyes be called an iiurchase money Is pa'd. llecauiu there ure pupils there? In the crown of your head what Jew- - W. 11. Brown. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. els are found? It. II. Tomlinson, Att'y for PlrTs. Who travels the bridge of your nose? Awful Possibility. Could you use In shingling the roof Her niotatr Insisting that sho stieeM of your mouth The nails on the end of your toes? 'Antah what tee had on her plate. Ulna Marjory exclaimed, "If you Could the crook in your elbow be sent eat another bile, mamma, makt bm I shall' To Jail? In my stommlck humpbacked like grandpa." Boeton Transcript. If so, what db iie.do? How can you sharpen your shoulder blades? Thought Still a Rare Quality. I'll be darned If I know, do you? Tht tremendout task of tearhtaf Could you sit In tht skaes of the palm men aiid women to think for t has been scarcely btgua. Alt of your hand? Or beat on the drum of your car? but our very cleverest oeeplt art the creatures of a school of thoufftt. or Does tht calf on your leg eat the belong to some Inttlltctual btra, corn on your toe? Pearlest, ladepeodent. ttttraat tbouebt why grow corn on the tar? Then la tUU as rare as settee was la the New York Central Magasine. afttenth century. tlerhert N. When Clsanlng Leather. Don't 110 gasullnu to clean lntlrrr unless you wont to crack It. I'laln of ammonia water wllh a few will remove Hie dirt, nfler which the upholstery should do rubbe-- briskly with a soft cloth. An excellent leather dressing ) made by combining two pirts of Unseed oil to one'of lurvvn-tine- . Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the Auicust Term. 1020. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to tht highest and best bidder before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thercaboats, on MONDAY. SKITKMBER 27, 1920, the real estate mentioned In the pleadingi and described as follows: Located in Garrard County, Kentucky, beginning at a willow by a drain at the angk of a stone fence, S 04 K poles; thence S 45 K 4 poles to an elm S fi'J K 10 U poles to the renter of the pike at a bridge S '11 E 4 poles to a stake on the West poles side of Rack Creek N 78 K 41 to a stake on the West side of a creek; thence N 414 W 25 poles to the center of pike; thence with the fence X 15 W 20 poles thence up a W drain N 48 W 12 poles X 38 10 4 poles X 55 W .10 poles to a double mulberry also in Hurt' line; thence with wire fence S 4 W 20 poles to a locust ut the end of a stone fence; thence with stone fence S 50 dni 4 K 21 noles S 50 K 7i poles Can Beat It? tt heat-selv- es