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HENRY INJURIES SIMPSON PROVE FATAL STILL SELLING NURSE Id Pae.i Tiuimrrimr ykar NUMBER 35. SHOCKING (AMERICAN LEGION , 'EMl,,.. i Miss Lura Parsons Bru- Red Cross Chapter Se- Victim Of Auto Acci- J. C. Mershon Passes Sales Away at Mis Home in dent In Lexington. cures services of Miss tally Murdered, Vic- tim of Awful Crime. Itndy Found On Lon MminUin Pass. Kva Westover, of ut.Aiii comi.s in rr.w minutes ACir.R IIIJNG STRUCK MY Bryantsville. Mr. J. C Mershon who fell from a moving truck near hs home at on Atiut .10th, died fram his injurie last Friday night, whieh proved to have been of an Internal nature, and all medical skill was of no avail. The passing of this splendid citizen, falls a a calamity upon the community and as a great shock to those He who were near ami denr tu him whs born in Lincoln county almul 57 years ag". later moving to Corbin. where h) energy, perseverance and a practical business judgment, he accumulated enough of this worlds goods to live in comfort and ease the remainder of hi life. He had just purchased the beautiful home of Mr. J.' C. Williams at llryantsville ami wa preparing to move into it. when ha covered Cover Most of in Last Two Weeks. (uincers friccieci rortne v The American Legion of Post Hel-da- y Sanford No ,15. met at the 1'oltec Court room in lincaster lust Thursday night and elected the followiirR officers for the ensuing year. Wm. F. Miller, Post Commander. Colliver C. Dawes, Vice Commander, Franklin McK Davidson. Vice Comtlr, Charles M. Thompson, Adjutant, Benjamin Wood, Finance OtTlrer. Dr. J. S. Cllbert, Service Officer. Bascoin C. Ford Chaplain. Alex Doty, Scrg. at Arms. Stanley Herron. Athletic Officer. It wa with regret thnt Dr. V. (I. Kirmainl retired as the Commander of this Post. Dr. Kinnaird, owing to hi uncertainty of being present at all the meetings asked that his name be withdrawn from the Post, the genial hearted Doctor said. "I will be found fighting just as hard for the Legion have heen in the in the future us 1 New York. Mm Lura Parsons, aged II year and ilnuKhtrr of Mr. Hock Vacant, who liven near Cartcrsville 111 thin county, nn.l instructor In Domestic Science in the Pine Mountain Settle, liar-Ument School, twelve inites from near mountnin Ky , wn found trail uith her throat cut. after she hail heen lirutally assaulted. She hail lpn visiting relative in thin count), returning to her duties Tueilay morning of last week. She left the tram nt Dillon that morning and started for the school. Tlhil was the lat seen of her nlivc Camp. Hod 7 Found Ilitrnverv of the crime Thursday mcht created excitement in thl vicinity The cene of the munler U hut a few hutidreil yards from a eamp in thi count where seventy negro working the nwil, are quartered Shenir II 11 IUwrl Saturday he trail interrogation ttf the cHvtt, Captain Marcum. in charge of the camp, said that all the convicts were accounted for at the time the crime wan committed. Harlan county officer were anwith xious to net in cMiwtfittHlcation connected with the II (' Winnr-s- , government experiment Uttian at the I ti'vrmty of Kentucky. Lexington, lelie nig that he way he able to hM He wa dome light n the tragedy the lait person thus far to have seen Mih Parsons alive after she aliirhted from the I ami N. tram at Dillion at II o'clock Tuesday morning and I'me Mountain started afoot acro to the school, a distance of i mile The victim, who had heen connect, ed with the faculty of the institution ince June, hail heen.away illtee Aug-u- t 1. going to the home of her father Dock Parson, a farmer between eater and Richmond, to assist the family in moving to Hcre. Her father had moved to llerea thin week In order to letter educate his children Mr. Wlnnes arriied at the school at 4 o'clock Tueday afternoon. He said that a woman connected with the .chool had alighted from the train at Dillon und started walking across the He had ridden u mule mountain and last saw her ahout a quarter of a mile from Dillon, he told the school official. No word had heen received at the school from MS" Parson that she wa returntnit nnd It was at first that the woman crossing the mountain was another teacher who waa expected later When the woman failed to appear at the chool TuevWy night it waa believed that Mr. Winnes wa mistaken as to the destination of the woman paenger who nlightcd from the trniti at Dillon. Mr Winnes, who had come to the school to text cow for tuberculosis, returned to Lexington Thursday morning Thursday the school authorities he came worried and fearing the woman had become lost in the mountains, instituted a search. Fifty men were organized as a searching party. It was agreed that if the woman was found two shots would be fired to summon 11 . inti:rurman. Nr ctsn-vic- -in others. Will Browning, one of the search, era, working alone through the underbrush, found the mutilated body at He gave fl o'clock Thursday evening. the signal, drawing other searcher to County authorities were ncti-fle- d of the circumstances and beagn an investigation. The hodv was found under a .10. foot ledge over which it had been thrown. A blood stained fence rnil, with which the victim was beaten, was lying at her side. Her throat was cut Hvidence was found indicating Her purse he was first assaulted. him. was missing. That she had fought desperately for her life was shown by the appear ance uf the ground over which she had struggled with her stayer Her arms ami body were bruised by the Mr J. Harris Huughmun, of Dan blows of the fence rail. ville, hat sold his line farm contain The body was brought to Harlan 10 acres, lacated on the Hanging and prepared for burial at the under ing Hardware Fork near McCormick church in I. in taking parlor of Harlan coin county to Mr. Hank Hudson, Company. thla city. It i understood that Besides her father, Miss Parsons it of Mr, Hudson will put in 400 acres of and survived by her hemp on the place next season. The and ral place has been used for years a n bluegrass cattle farm by Mr. Hough- SALE CANCELLED. The Walden farm advertised In our man and is said tu be one of the rich est in the country. Danvlllv Advo. last Issue has been deferred to Chapter ha The local Red Cr Well Known Her. begun its peace time program, b) Kva securing the services of Ml severely shocked This city wa Wcslovcr, of New York state, to do when a telephone message came from (inrrard in public health nursing Lexington vesterday afternoon, statcount. ing that Mr. Henry Simpson had Her work will embrace supervising an auto accident, the physical development of children jut been killed in age. as well as caring which occurred near her home on the under school pike near Lexington. for those attending tku schools thru-ou- t Versailles Mr and Mrs Simpson lived in this the county of enr. moving to The Red Crom Chapter t glad to city for a number years ago. Mr. announce that the school authorities Lexington a few Mr. ami Mrs. with Simpou is the son of of the county are cooperating ('. D SimpMiti of this city. Mrs. this work and helping to make it posSimpson was universally popular anil sible. a distinct shock to It i the chapter plan to organize her tragic death i e of frietld III thl fit). cluse in Home Hygiene and care of her host huslKind, she is survived by her the sick in the next few weeks. Mi" Mist Klizahcth Logan. Westover will he instructor of said one daughter. (lours The Ited Cro ban been for Today's Lexington Herald gives the following account of the accident. tunate in securing an otflce next to While driving an automobile on Mis lliggtns' office for nurses what is said to have been her first headquarter, ami Ml Westover will Henry Simpoti, of Mr day tup alone. he found there every school road, wife of a Lexington 10 to 11.00. Also all Versailles morning from groier. wa hurled from the driver's In) un Katurda)'s. a stone fence and fatally The Ited Cross Chapter uf (inrrard stut against injured WednetMlu) afternoon at -- :1ft County feeh that it hit been very o'clock when a Lexington hound fMrtunnte in securing Miss Westover. struck the car on a private She I not only a registered Ited Cro crossing on the Versailles road three nurse, but has had pectal training Lexington. She died for I'ubhc Healtn work and has had mile from twenty minutes after the accident on wide experience in all phase of com the lawn of n home nearby munit) sen it e According lit eye witnesse. Mrs. Simon hud left her home, a mile BIG BARBECUE from the city on the Versailles routl, for a short ride early in the after Owens Will Put noon. She drove Inward Versailles ami chose the entrance to the Kee the Burgoo To You home in which to turn and back up to start bark to Lexington. She was hacking up when the interurban car. straight Den't forget the llig Barbecue and low u a deeply Inclined burgoo of Alfred Owen on Sutur-ila- ) stretch of track, struck the tear end .10 mile an hour the ISlh. Mr Owens will kill one going at a rate of hurling the driver out and of hi line Hereford steers and has of the car, coupe into a purchased -- L'T loaves of bread, and sending the new Ford has bought lot of cup, and a big tree The automobile was full on the crowd is expected ami a great deal Simpson of interest Is being manifest in the track when struck. Mr. with the sale of the .'100 acres of land which was evidently unfamiliar wa on the has heen subdivided into convenient operation of the car and hacking toward Versailles but ami attractive tracts. This will be track one of the biggest sale ever held in with the radiator of the car toward Cnrrnrd County anil a record break- Lexington when the accident occur ing crowd is expected to attend. retl. The interurban wa in charge of Don't forget that there is a lot of that line Drakes Creek bottom land to be Mutorman Joe Speaks and Conductor Speakes sold and it should bring a good price. Smith llaggin. Motorman lid not see the car, which backed slowly onto the track, until 100 feet NEW FIRM from it. KtTorts to make a quick stop were unavailing. W. B. Walden of Berea, Mrs. Simpon's head was crushed when she was hurled through the Buys Grocery. the stone windshield ami against fence which surrounds the farm in of front of which the accident occurred. Mr. Coy Sanders, proprietor Sanders Variety Store, In the Kecord The hotly was removed to the building. ihiIiI this week hi entire home. Mrs. Simpson was about oTi stock of merchandise and good will years old. iter nusuauii, uenry to Mr. W. 11, Walden, who recently Simpson, conducts u grocery at 100 from llerea. Hast Main Street. moved into Mr Walden I an Attorney at law by The car was completely demolishprofession, ami the store will be in ed. It wns purchased several days charge of Mrs. Walden, who is a ago. An instructor from the Comdaughter of Mr. It J. Kngle, of this mercial Auto Company was out with city, while he will devote his time to Mrs. .Simpson Wednesday morning. hi profession. She went alone In the afternoon. The style of the new firm will be r The body will be brought to "Wahlen's Sanitary Crocery" and he for interment, reaching here tells us that it will mean ever) thing about o'clock Friday, going imthat the term implies. mediately to the cemetery, where the We wish every success for the new funeral services will be conducted. linn that was accorded Mr. Sanders and hope they will have no cause to by regret having moved to Lancaster. Loses tho best town in Central Kentucky. Lightning. Mr. Sanders has not decided Just when or where he will go in business, Mr Hogan Mallard had the mis but his friends are hoping that he will fortune to lose his large new tobacco not leave our city bam last 1) iday morning by tire caused by lightning Baby Boy. The barn had just been completed Mr. and .Mrs. Melviu Parson are re- anil was about one third full of line ceiving congratulations over tho ar- tobacco, beside about 1.100 worth of rival of a fine boy, who arrived at the lumber stored on the inside. The Mr. and loss is a heavy one as it leaves him home of his Mrs. Cronley llroadus, last Sunday, with a large crop of tobacco still unwhere Mrs. Carson had been living cut and no room to store It. He carried $'.',000 insurance. for several weeks, He-sid- Alfred Saturday. the tragic accident happened that proved fatal and closed hi earthly career He was prominent in railroad cir cle and held the Hitlti of master mechanic ami general foreman on the Louisville ami Nahvitle for a number of )ears Just before leaving Corbui Mr. Mershon sold the Corbin electric light plant, which he had owned and operated for a number of year burly in life he was married to Miss Kliza Kennedy, daughter of the lute (irover Kennedy und sister of Mr. M. O. Kennedy, of llryantsville. She together with one son. Mr. Will Mer shon. of ligrange. Ky.. survive him, a daughter having named into tlie (ireat Heyond several years ago Funeral service were conducted at the l'reh)tf nan church last Sunday afternoon b Dr. K. M. tireen. of Danville, assisted by Itev. H. S. Hud A large concourse of friends son. and relatives, many among them from Dpnville, Stanford and Corbin, attended the lust sad rites of this splendid citizen and man. Hunal took place in the Ijincaster cemetery, the services there being conducted by the Masons of which order he was u devout member MIRACLE SHRINE Tale Called True. American Print, Mack From Erin, Says 30,000 Dally S.. Boy 111. r of miracles NKW YOKK-Ta- lcs performed nt Templemore, Ireland, were told recently by eleven Cathto this olic priests who returned country on board the steamship Caronia. The Uev. Father J. Dawson Hyme. Heresford, S. D who was born and educated in this country and ordain-et- l in Chicago, discussed his visit to II, and 4. Templemore September "The place where all these miracles have been performed," said Father Byrne, "is in a bedroom of a small thatched cottage, where the Blessed Virgin appearetl to James Welch, a pour boy 17 years old, July - and told him to dig a small round hole in the earthen lloor of his sleeping room, which would become a well for healing the sick, the lame and the blind. Uin-caste- :i(l Barn "He told me that tho Holy Mother had appeared to him in visions several times during June, but he had been afraid to mention it until he was convinced that it was his duty to do so after making the well." grand-parent- Buys Lincoln Farm. 1 Insure with tJAINF.S. Overland In Pictures. A good crowtl saw the Overland step-moth- m. half-siste- later date. cat. Four in pictures at the Roman's Opvru House last night, showing this popular car tested up and down the Kockies, through heat and cold; mud and snow; rocks and sand. Mr. Itoger Aldridge It the local agent here and his friends are very grateful for the capital picture shown. He would be pleased to show the same car in "real" action. "When he had made the hole, about the size of a small washing basin, he said the Blessed Virgin passed her hand around the rim anil the water began to flow, and it has been kept filled ever since. "The next demonstration was August II, where the statutes in his I saw blood room began to bleed, coming from the mouth of the statute of the Holy Mother and blood from the eyes of the statue uf the Savior. "When 1 was at Templemore, pil- $225,000.00. grims were ariiving there at the rate of 30,000 a day from all parts of Speaking. Great Hrltian. Congressman J M. Ilobioa will "Outside the cottage there ure piles of crutches left by Pilgrims who have peak at the Court House in Lancashad the use of their limbs restored to ter, Monday, September 27th, them. Blind persons who have had to be led to the shrine walked away without assistance, us their sight had Contentment extsU when WEST-PETKbeen restored." Oils that penetrate, is used. The Ladies of the Christian church gas that vibrates, gives power untold. will have an exchange in HawlJcn Get the best and see the "difference." Brothers store window, all day, Sat- Watch for the "RED TKUCK." W, S. Carrier. urday, September 18th. Everything Sold exclusively by J. Phone S3. gouJ for Sunday dinner The Heal Kstate Man. practicall) the entire state of Kentucky, with his sales during the past two weeks, and during that time 1km succeeded in putting several of her citizens out of good homes, which he generally does if they nre turned over to him to sell. He has had several ucee?fi'l snl( a September advertised in hi catalogue On Friday. Sept. 3ri. 1 sold two farms in Lincoln count;' for C. A. Carpenter, one of 55 acre to W. B. l.'.'C an -- ere. and CO Hester at acre to A. T. Swope ami Tern Hrent at J lo.OO per acre. .Saturday. Sept. tth, was a big day in Lancaster; an r all day sale, band concert by the Hand, winch is one of the very best bands in Central Kentucky: there was a big crowd at thj snle nil day. more people than have been in Iincaster for some time Among the number of sales reporter secured was the Jones L. Anderson dwell'ne on Danville street to M. K. Denny for $0,500, ami the Tomlinon lot on the Public Square to Hughes Brothers for Hughe Brothers propose 11000.00. to erect a modern, up to date building on the lot, which will be quite an improvement to the town, and they are to be congratulated on securing such a good building site and the town to be congratulated on getting this corner built up, and are indebted to Swinebroad anil his assistants. W. A. Dickerson ami others negotiating the ale of this lot Some of the property did not bring an amount which the owners felt justified in tak- ing, but we are informed by Mr. Die- kerson. who had special charge of sale that some of the property which was offered will be closed out at private sale to the bidders at the sale, anil taking it all in all it wa a very successful day. this being the first auction sale since Mr. Dickerson has been with Swinehroud, the real etate man, we noticed his work ami he worketl like he had always been in the business. The next sale wa. on Tuesday. Sept. "th, sale of 'J0S.53 acres in Boyle, the farm of J. (I. Spoonamore ami Robert Hester to K. Donegan at $2.14.10, amounting to $ClS!''J.i;K. There was a large crowtl present nt this sale, and the personal property sold well, big burgoo furnished by the owners of the farm. On Wednesday Sept. 8th, sold for W. C Hailey 148 acres in Mercer county to Hampton Brother of Madison county nt $250.00 an acre. Mr. Brown Hampton who was present ami bid on the land has bought several farms ami he remarked at the close of the sale that "This is the fairest sale I ever attended." This is one reason that Swinebroad has such successful sales, he never ha.s any fake sales anil bidders nnd purchasers nt his sales always receive a fair deal. The Klmberliii farm of 4l3 4 acres in Nelson County was sold Saturday. by Swinebroad, the Heal Kstate Man, to Covington Jett and Alvin Corneli- son, of Madison County, at $171.75 an acre; the sale amounted to The buyers of this farm 'J. lived over 100 miles from the place of ale; there were nlso buyer at this sale from Shelby county, Ky., more than 100 miles away, nml also representatives there from ten or more counties, which goes to show the wide field Swinebroad covers in advertising and proves that IT PAYS TO On the preceding day, Friday, he sold the James II. Weaver farm, near Hubble. Lincoln county, to L. P. Weaver and W. L. Donegan nt $175.00 per acre. On Tuesday, Sept. 14th, sold two farms in Mercer county, the C. II. Foster farm of 05 acres tu L B. Shoute of Hovle countv at $155.00 per acre; also sold the 7 acre farm which was sold to settle estate of George K. Wright to Coleman Wright, one of the heirs at $1117.50 un acre. The Mies of Swinebroad last week amounted to over ti Iin-cate- pat." j All the new I) electetl officers were ".sworn" in on this night and got down to business like old veterans. Commander "Hilly" Miller remarked to a Itecord reporter that he hoped that the local Pott would have a home within a few months anil that he was in hopes of seeing this one of the strongest organization in the county. s Two were organized at this meeting, one at Paint Lick and the other one at llryantsville and Huena Vista, to take care of the soldiers in these Districts in order that they woulti not have to drive all the way to Lancaster to the meetings, as they will be furnished with Bulletin and Memorandums as soon as they come out from State Headquarters, and only two or three will be required to come from each one of these places to represent their "Huddles" at the Post meetings. There is no reason why all the Service men throughout the county should not be members of this Post, as the boys who are working for them are all fine Christian gentlemen, and we as civilians feel perfectly safe in the bnnds of the American Legion when they are fighting for 100 per sub-postKx-th- is cent Americanism. We are advised that they intend to pull of one of the biggest days ever held in Lancaster November 11th. and their next meeting will be the first Thursday night in October at which time Commander Miller is anxious for all service men to be present whether they belong to the Legion or not. Go to it boys we are for you. MAY BE SOME GOOD BARGAINS In Master Commission- er's Sales. The sales by W. H. Brown, the Circuit's Court's Commissioner sho'ild be of interest to the land buying public. ISO.'-M'J.t- The farm of about 100 acres, which will be sold Saturday afternoon at 2:30 P. M., formerly known as the Tram Conn farm on the Richmond pike, now owned by the widow and heirs of the late William Hay, is a very desirable home and will' be sold for the high dollar by the Commission er. Some of thtie ft.rms to be sold tuny be bought at u bargain and will doubtless have the attention of those interested in the purchase of a home. The following Is a list of the property which will be sold on County Court day, .Monday Sept. 27th ; G. M. Treadway et al vs. Huth Hucker; W. T. Worrcl. et ul vs. Virgle Worrell; Milton Boss, et al vs. Robert liytons' Gnln, et al; Wm. Lear vs Herod Haines, ct til; John Heazley, Ailinr. et al vi. Arthur Heazley Gnln, et al; John F. Marsee, et ul, vs. W. H. Mar-se- e et ul; W 11. Harris' admr, vs Allie Harris; Nannie Grant et al v. Hhoda Yutes, Look these properties over ami be at the Muster Commissioner's sale in front of the Court House door next County Court Day, about 11 o'clock, A. M, and you may be able to buy a good barguin for a speculation or a good piece of property for permanent use. W. C. T. U. Notes. All of the members ure urged to be present Saturday at 2:30 at the club It is the annual election of room. officers. Satisfaction Prevails. O Boarders Wanted. ant now prepared to take care of several boarders, with or without U K. Herron. rooms. I tt-p- Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 16, 1920 COMMISSIONER'S Cabin Lure By GENEVIEVE ULMAR a IH. Wtlm L'nlnix ) "Unci get tit In the V.nturlu ilto-trlct, Ihile. ami jiui'II never go anywhere else. Once n mini get Hit cnlitu fever among those rn)ii. old hill, be Is in 1 Xrnit The Haynes Touring Car at $2935 actually impresses people as a $5000 car - nine hundred nnd thirty-fiv- e dollars never before bought such n beautiful car, such a remarkably perfect mechanical system ns the new 1921 Haynes Seven Passenger Touring mi SALE OF LAND cAiiKAiin cinrtMT Nannie i roniT I'lnintilT-- , (Srant, rt al, VS. enrhnnted for lift'.' TWENTY- do )imi cull It 'cnliln fever, ' Mertonr ltiiilril Alvln Ihile. Ilecitusv It npplle There l cti'Mtlilne In tin- - MTilcn ex cept oil. dure there n u rush on I prosx-c- t In tlmi line, liut It turned i out tliut eery Ktrlki- - win u shnllow j mrfittv well. Inside of ii jcnr there wasn't ii driller or u derrick If ft In tin' district. They tlld leuw euldnsi, however. Here nml there along n trail for h hundred tiill" In tli of tin- - (tninclft hunting nml fishing In the world, very few miles jou'll find a fnlr to Indifferent cabin, hilt offering n Mieltcr fur to r illa-trlMitM-rlo- of the finest automobiles ever made, through and through. all the years since KIwikxI Haynes created and built er Its high hood, superb lines, splendid finish, deep tiphol-sterrefined fittings and general air of luxury leave nothing to be desired. And it is more than ninety per cent. Haynes-mad- e the famous Haynes engine is especially built by our own experts, and every essential feature of the car, from its y, America's first car. Car. It is really $1000 under-price- d compared with other cars of the same value. The four factors bf Beauty, Strength, Power nnd Comfort are scientifically combined in the Haynes. ii tllitix- - tfiit." "Atmndniii-d- , I "IVnimiii'iitly. mid )ou take jour pick mid house )ourelf ami no iiskcd." was, like I'nli1, n oung Mule inn n of fortune i.nd leisure, nnd nn authority mi pluce nnd trot el. Dale Murted tin- next day 011 lilx thou'iind-milt r . A settlement Eden tintm-I'otnt whs. Ids rail connection. Tlien twenty mile- - liy ngnn and a much more ty emit-- , nnd lie found himself late one nfternooii tn front of plain board structure with three "If about the choke of the hounea," mlvlwd hl guide, "rlcht on the mrcutii nnd that't n big ndvntitnge, for nearly every day some kind of craft pa up or down Mretim and they will do any errand you may hnTe nt the wet- tlcmeniV That ulll U- - Jnst tin thing," commented Pale. "Another thine." continued the guide, "hark a hit from the river there nre wveral families, living, co you won't he lotieoine." folding cot. nn Dale had bought old Mow, pome camp stool and a fair nrniy of pani nnd crockery. It wn plcnlng novelty and aoine-thln- g of a delight to make amateur houekieilnc arrangement, lledroom, dining room mid kitchen swept and funiMied. he lit a lamp nnd nt down to write Mime letter, feeling quite at home nnd comfortable. "Saw jour light and wondered who my next nclghlior could be," spoke n hearty voice, and at the threshold tiod n bronzed, heurded tnaii, the typlcnl frontlernmnn In dress, nnd speech. "Vou look nn If jonr need nre nil nicely provided for," ndded the vlnltor aa he glanced about him. "We hnve butter and egg and nlwny a friendly helping hand when you happen to neel It. I'm Aaron Hurt; lived here for ten yenr." y "With yottr famllyr nald Daly. to keep tip the converwitlon. ""Only a niece, Ada llevere. She hn been hen a month nnd going to stay two more. I hope we get letter acquainted." "It will not l my fault. If we don't," Mild Dale. He wnn pleased ut the thought of neighbor, more m a the nlvre might be n young Indy. lie found her o, ami Intelligent, refined. It wan the next dny thnt he fame upon her In 4he wood with her uncle. An Introduction followed and nfter that almot every other day Pale pent nn hour or two at the Hurt cabin. He learned thnt Mr. Hurt owned conMdernhle Innd In the district nnd wim experimenting along the line of promoting n plan to get the oil from shale. Ills niece wax friendly unpretentious and chnrmlng. It wn natural nnd Inevitable thnt these two young souN should discover a mutual nttrnctlon. Then there n serlei of IncldentM that brought about 11 detlnMe rllmax. Mr. Hurt dime over to Pale's, cabin one miming riding one borve nnd lending not her. "I need oiir help. Pale," he spoke quite excitedly. "Some one broke Into the house while we were pn'ulng Ve the night with n neighbor, two fellowii we noticed hanging nround jeterday. They are on foot. They have tnicen nhout nil Ada pos. hessed and ve must get nfter them." They entile upon the thieve ten tnllisi awny. The latter had seen them rrmlng utnl had srurrlol for a belt of dense timber, lenvlng a ultcuae they hnd titling Ulilnd them. Hurt tosmil over ll content. "They haven't taken nnthlug hut n trinket or two," he reported. "We won't risk a fight following them further," nnd Pale, staring hard at nn nrrny of clothing fit for a prlnce. hegnn to realize thnt Mis Ada Hm-vtnnrt belong to n family of some consequence. Ada wu delighted to r cover her property nnd PnleN tn securing It drew them still closer together. One day Hurt met Ihile, quite serloun looking. "Young mini," he spoke, "I've got to notice that you and Ada nre ) bended for n deep dive Into low. don't know how that will suit her folk. They're proud and rich nml pretty high "I". I should have told )ou that before." "It wan not iiccewiry." replied Pule with n cheery laugh. "I won't because I own two bunks, nnd come from one of the oldett fuinllUx In my native city. I think I can qualify up to the standard of Ads', fnicjly. It la too late to iIUcum thai, how. ever, for I Jut kissed your charming nlec nnd placed at, tttfacU'eiit rlisf upm her flBfr,M jiif-tlo11 niiM'." n Owners of these cars report to us that hardly a day passes without someone expressing surprise when told the actual cost of the car. The average person thinks it must be at first design to its final approval, is under the eyes least $5000. nnd in the hands of the men This is natural, for the 1921 who have made the reputa Haynes Touring Car is one tion of the Haynes through Came and see the new 1921 Hay nes or telephone friVr fuctrJ i, f. . Our policy is to give our patrons the benefit of our own economies, and in this instance the difference between what you tlvnl: the car can be bought for and its actual price is n genuine surprise, which you will appreciate all the more when you look at the car. , for a demonstration. Defendant! et at, l n Jurigmetit nn.b-rat the August Term, W'iV, the under ignct CommtMiiitirr will sell nt puis, lie auction to the Mgliest mid best bidder refute the Court House Dour in l.fciicat r. Kentucky, nt II o'kck on A. M., or thereabout J7, lit JO MONDAY SKI'TK.MHKIt the real estate mentioned In the plendlii and described a follow Said Innd l locuted in the city of Ijincaster, (iarranl County, Kentuc On the ky, nnd bounded nt follow Southwest side of said town in the known n extension of what being l.ol N. 7 In said exfollow: tension and bounded a lleginning nt a stake, in line of lane ami corner nt lM No. ; thence with same N 10 V II ' Ple to n stake in line of Duiirnn; tnrnre with line W 1.1. rt pole to of Duncan S 7'J thenre a stake in line of Duncan; .with line of Duncan and corner of Lot No. S; thence with same S 10 K ll.Tii pole to a stake in line of lane and earner to Lot No. S; thence with K 13.0 pole line of lane N 7 -- "'. to the beginning containing one quarter of an acre. IhsHa lursuant to Ytt. r n'in. F. S. HUGHES -- DEALER LANCASTER, KY. Phone 223. ' r. fatten. Kctvm TKIIMS The tale will be maile on a credit uf six matitbs and the tiurchnser will be requited to execute Ixind with apdue in ix m on tin proved seeunt for the purrhiise price, and henrint: interest nt six per cent frutn date unid, having the force nnd elfect til of a Judgment upon which execution may payable to V. II. Itrown, Muster CommiMioncr of the (larrnrd 1'iri-ill- t t'mirt. nritl llt-- will b, rrsrv- .1 UMti the property old until the urriuir rionev - aiil II Itrcwii. Commissioner (inrrnru ( ir uit t urt. I! II Ti. n: r.i.n for I'llTt iue. 1 M.ir f 11 tit, 11 CHARACTER CARS - COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. W. II. (AltlEAIlD t IllCt IT Hams' Adrn r . ViS COl'UT. Plaintiffs, lm-pl- tnin-splri- il 11 llie Harris. t l. Defendant. Pursuant to rendered nt big political parties nre I An exchange aver that "Jazx mulc something out of nothing sometime The two uuusnipace You may slip a tog anil the August Term. U20. the under- mg ouu nut xvny call it music; uccee is to his cost repeating history. The pot nnd th e . figned Commissioner will sell at pubslip out at the same speed. lic auction to the highest and best kettle are again engaged In the time A w.sc man never speak of his A beautiful woman never has'to JU't sliding through life is n dan- bidder at the Court House Door in honored occupation of calling each 'wisdom, but the fool seldom fails to .angle for admiration, but a good one gerou practice, and often nainful ixentucKy, at ii oclocs.. other black. A. M. or thereabouts, un advertise hi own folly H'hf pathway i strewr with o Intacle 'often fails to command respect Try a test that seldom fails. Run i7. 1W0, nnd pitfall, and sumetinirs v ith tliv MONDAY SKI'TK.MHKIt The fellow who attempt. to make over your list of acquaintances nm! Don't slip through life at too stren- - er. the renl estate mentioned in the you will find that those who nre liked ' plemlings and decrthcil as follows: In the city of Kentucky, by cats nnd dogs Invariably have' locale I on llufurd .Street in suid City, many friends. begmnibg at the corner of llufurd Street ami Northwest corner of the We hnve never before heard of a lot conee to Malinda Hniien, run-- n ng North an-- l with same to Mary thief being crazy, but we have seriou 1 etcher m" feet to the line of Patsy doubt at to the sanity of the fellow Kinnaml's Heirs, thence West 148 xvho stole $200 worth of carpenter's feet to the imr of FauIVner; tools. He ii n misfit in this restful Uience S h" feet to the Nortliwrst of Lot conveyed to MalltiiLi cornir Ha.. ..ei. tt.er.ee along the same US feet t. he beginning. A Spnniard i said to have invented j ' Tins rrcpert) win conveyed to V. a machine that plays ch,ess, thu re- - i H Ham. by J. I. Hamilton by deed lieving the human play;r of a seve'v ( ila'e.l October 3. ltUt, und record-e- l metal ttrnin. Now if some genius ( n the darrarit County ClerkV i OJT.ee will just dish up one that will playji Itrcii Hook No. page hell it may atTonl n litte relief to1, Tl-purpose of this sale i to setsome of our political friends. I: tle tre estate of Wm H. Hntns, ilec'd i' i an i a W e .mlebtednei, against same j TKKMS: T'ie tale will he made on n credit f six month nml the purchaser will b- reipi.rctl to execute bund with J GARP.A1ID CIRCUIT COL'RT. 'approved fur the purchase price due in six months, nnd bearing Wni. Lear, s x per cent interest from date until P!a.nt.dr,( paid, having the force nml effect of VS. a judgment upon which Defti, execution Herod Raines, ct a), n.ay ,isuc. payable to W. II. Ilroun, Pursuant to u judgment rendered .Muster Commissioner of the (Jnrnird nt the August Term, 1020, the underCircuit tourt, and a lien ill be resigned Commissioner will sell nt pubserve I upon the property sold until lic auction to the highest nnd best the purchase money i paid. bidder at the Court House Door ,n II Hrouu, Master Commissioner A. M. ' Lnncnter, Kentucky, at II o'clock (urrar Circuit C ourt. A, M., or thereabouts, on J 1. Hob nuii. tt" fer VUU. On above W. D. Son, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27. 1020, lUtlL-mr- Known As The Peter Carter Farm r. l.e: 80 ACRES TOOLS, AT PUBLIC AUCTION 10:00 1, c ' COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND.' FINE. RICH HANGING FORK BOTTOM LAND. LIVE STOCK, FARMING Wednesday, Sept 22 one-fourt- 1 In-e- h 15125.00. the real estate mentioned in the plcndings and described nj follows; In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of Sugar Creek (neor the three forks of Sugar Creek) and which ii bounded by the lands of Canada I.envell. Frank Denins, Fountain Huffman, Frank Clark nnd others, nnd out of the foregoing boundary of land there it excluded one quarter of nn acre of land hereto, fore sold by Robert L. Scott nnd wife to John Simpson, the boundary nnd description of which J set forth n ald deed. The amount of land hereby conveyed contain. 40 ncre more or less Deed from II. M. Lane nnd others to J. S. Stone, et al, is dated January 3, 1018, recorded in the Garrard County Clerk' Office In Deed Hook No. :i0, page 320. The purpose of this, tale it to satisfy the debt of Wni. Lear for $1 137-.5with interest at six per cent from Jim. :i, l'Jle, until paid, together with the cost of thl action and the estimated amount of the debt It SCJOL'.fiU, and the estimated. cost it 0, 1 lxit TERMS: The tnle will be made upon a credit of six months nnd the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price due in tlx month nnd bearing six per cent Interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which ex. ecution may Issue, payable to V. H. lirown, jintter Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved unon the property told until the purchase muncv it raid W. H. Drown, Master Commissioner Gnrrnrd Circuit Court. J. E. Robinton, Att'y for Plff. the date we will sell for Williams 6 their or 80 acres, the richest or land; located neer McCor-mackhandsome home Church; in the heart or the blue grass and limestone section. Four miles West or Stanford, six miles East or Hustonvllle; three-fourtmile North or Stanford pike; h mile South or McCor-mack- 's Church pike. This Is a beautiful home with a fine building; tine cellar; cistern at door; beautiful large yard; lots of outbuildings; two large tobacco barns; stock barn. And we have the crops to show what It will a great moneymaker. Located in one or the best neighborhoods in the county; close to rine schools; good towns and fine cultured people. No one can appreciate this rine home until you look It over. Then you will buy. s At the same time and place will sell his stock and farming Implements; two good horses; two fine cows: 28 good ewes; 6 hogs, weighing 150 pounds to 300 pounds; wagons, b4ggy; harness and all kinds or farm tools; wheat drill, corn planter, harrows, plows and everything pertaining to a farm. Be sure and attend this 22, at 10 A. M. up-to-da- te 's COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. ClltCl IT COL'UT. W T. Wrrrcll. et al, VS. hs Plaintiffs, 10-roo- m grow-certai- nly Worrell, Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term, ltl!l, the under- signed i ommisjK tier will sell nt pub-l.- c miction to the highest nnd best bidder nt the Court House Door in Lancaster. Ky , nt 1 1 o'clock. A. M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY, SKPTKMIIKU 27, IOL'0, Virgiu the real estate mentioned in the pleading nnd described ax followat In darrnrd County, Kentucky, and bounded at follow, On the Hast by the lands of W, H. Kurr: and James Miller; on the by Mose Uw. son; .n the West by W T. Worrell and M. P Cormney : on the North and contains about K7 acres. t; sale-Septe- mber Owens, Cowan & Company HUSTONVILLI, KENTUCKY. TKIt.MS: The sale will be made on a credit tf nx and nine months und the purchaser will bo required tu executo bonds with approved security for tho purchase price, due in six nnd nine months, respectively, and bearing six tier cent Interest from date until paid, having the force und effect of a Judg. ment upon which execution may ia. sue, payable to V. 11. llruwn, Muster Commissioner of the Currard Circuit Court, and a Hen will be reserved up-o- n the property Mild until the money Ji puid, pur-cha- se lirown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. H. H. Tomlinicn, Att'y for PllfTi. V. H. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 16,1 920 SUDAN GRASS IS DOUBLE HEADER OF REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of Th. FINE AND TOWN PROPERTY IMPORTANT CROP THE CLOSE Now Being Successfully Grown In Nearly All Parts of the United States. HAS SHORT GROWING Loans nn.l sliscounts NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER, No. 1493. KENTUCKY, AT OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER Alh, 1920. RESOURCES. none. - - TWO DANDY SMALL FARMS Deposited to secure circulation (L' S par value) Owned nnd unpledged . Overdraft, secured, none, unecured, Total i221.05I.22 1 $221,051.22 Securitle. other than AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON SEASON Gaining Popularity Btcauae of Its Ability to Product Fair Yltld of Low Rainfall. Ten jrciud aflcr 111 Introduction to the t'nlltfl Stntc from Khartum. Africa, Sudan srn win being succst-fullgrown In nil parts of tins well I'llltcd State. It sloe not either na a "money crop" or it oll Improver, henco It may tirii-- r find a pcrmnncnt plnre In regular crop ruin Hon. It ha, nevertheless, n very I in portntit plmt In tin' farmer's scorid n n catch crop which line of slofcn enn h" plants-.- ) to give ntlfnctsry return when condition have brought full ii re to other hay crop. Thl In versllot pronounced hjr the t'nlted Stnte department of ngrlsnlturs; In I'nnnerN liulletln 112U recently Thursday, September 23rd, 1920 AT 10 A. M. SHARP, y Wc will on the above date sell for J. W. Hoikins of Huatonville, Ky., hU property and farms: town LOT NO. 1 Hit nix room cottage, up in Komi repair: cistern at door: flcctrie lijrht. with line lot fronting Maui street -5 feet, ami 400 feet deep: as rich aa ran he made: all oiithuihlinK Kd and in line repair: has a four or live acre tohacco harn, nearly new; ti no cistern in said ham. This is one of the very best lots in llustonville, and located in the best part of town. A very desirable place to live better known as the Dunn property. LOT NO. 2 Will be subdivided and as a whole, with IJUO feet frontage '270 feet deep. This is certainly a choice ami very rich land": has and frame dwelling anil small barn; well at door and a very line well on the lot that furnishes water enouvjh for the town in a dry time; also located on Main street. FARM NO. 1 Contains 74 acres of very rich Haiik'inK Fork land, uently rolling limestone land: rows wheat, corn, hemp and tobacco, world without end; frame dwelling with six nice lots of water and well fenced; has a repair; outbuildings; stock barn ; new three or four rooms, almost new, and in line acre tobacco barn. Located right where you want it, right on Stanford and mile Kast of Hustouvitle, a very desirable home and a turnpike: one-hamoney maker. FARM NO. 2 Located one mile South of Hutouville. on the Middle-bur- g pike, containing 41 acres of line limestone laud and very rich; lays well and well fenced and lots of water; no buildings but has beautiful building site, in one of the very best neighborhoods and no richer laud can be found than we have in and around llustonville, Ky., with her line schools, rich banks, line stores, three splendid churches and line people all that heart can wish. tome and look this property over and locate yourself on rich laud and in a splendid community. Don't forget the date Thursday, September H.'l, at 10:00 A. M., and be sure and come TKUMS easy and made known on day of sale. -six-room Government securities I'. S. bonds (not incluil. 22,872.50 inn stocks) owned and unpledged.... Total bond. etc. other than U. S. Stock of Federal Iteserve Hank (50 per cent of julHcription) Value of lm tiki hi; hnue, owned and urlncutnhered O.OM.M Kqaity in hnnklnu houo Fixture, Furniture nnd lawful reserve with Fvderal Heerve Hank Cah In vault uml net amount. due from National Hanks Total of Item 111, II, 15. Id, and l7 l,tiS3..5 Check. on hank located outlde uf city or town of reporting hank nnd other caih Items Itedemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, due from ' U. S. Treasurer Interest earned hut not collected approximate on .Votes and Hill. receivable not past due S. t 50,000.00 27,08;. 00 177,000.00 '.'2.872.30 a.000.00 0,000.00 1,000.00 27,573.32 3 t.r,S.r,8 I'Ji.OC, 2,500.00 i 80 Total Capital Stock paid Surplus Fund I.IAHII.ITIF.S. In $l'J6,23S.2t two-stor- y Hus-tonvil- le lf OWENS, 9 COWAN ft CO. KY. Col. Geo. L. Toombs, on the Block. HUSTONVILLE, Sudnn replacing millet in the premier catch crop In tunny ln'niue of It ahl'lty to produce it fulr yield nnd n hlch ipiillty of liny under condition of low rainfall: It rather iliort growing season, nnd It nhlllty to thrle on n wide range of o type. I,urgi leld of Sudan only on cixxt oll.. sruM nre otitnlrn-hut the km full completely only n odd, Ntrly strained l.itid. Sudan Grata Product Htavlly, In rnllfornln under Irrigation Sudan grnH hn made yield of P.S ton of h:ty nn ncre. when nlf.tlfn iriMlure tint S3 ton under like condition; It orillnnrlly ei about the nmo n nlfnlfn under Irrigation In clve the Suthwst, hut Sudan era It full crop In three cuttln: ncnlnt the four or the for nlfnlf.i. It I the only era jet found which In thl pnrt of the l'nlte. State rnnW ;t the septal of nlfnlf.i In lnt of nnd quality of the liny. It rechn lsl to It ue ord In thl klu "patching" old alfalfa Hold when the stand of nlf.il fa hn heen In the outhern crent plain I n low- rainfall, Sudnn where there grn crown without Irrlgatisin will yield from one to thrci ton of liny to the nrre. of the There nre certain part t'lilli-Stale where the department of agriculture consider It unwl, to depend on Sudan grns for hay. Thl I true of the trlp of territory ! wide along tulle the northern xMindary, the region of high tilttI lls' fleM-cureyfs-l- gras Interest and discount collected or credited in advance of maturity anil not earned approx). Amount reserved for taxes accrued . Circulating note. outstanding Net amount. due to national hanks Certified checks outstanding . G74..14 Total of Items 20, .'10. .11, 32. and 33 Individual deposits suhject to check Total of demand deposits (other thanhank deposiu) suhject to Itescrve. Items 31, 35. 35, 37, 38. and 3 i 338,580.20 Undivided profit. . Less current expense, interest, and taxes . paid.. .....- tl.9l2.l0 1,30 1. 12 50,000.00 50,000.00 5,607.j8 241.24 .. ........ .. 2,525.02 48,000.00 019.34 25.00 333,380.20 Totnl $4!0,238.24 STATK OF KKNTL'CKV. COUNTY OF (5 A Kit A KI), SS: I, S. C. Denny, Cashier of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement I true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of September, 1920. I G. Davidson. Notary Public. My Commission expires Jan. 8th, 1924. Correct Attest: J. E. Stormes, Alex K. Denny, W. M. Elliott, Director!. A A Frtnch Invtntion. ha Invented method to obtain ln of enlurelnc record created or diminished Hound latent- Frenchman I i Ont Qood Point. Many unkind thlmr are said of tht telephone, but one of It. redeeming feuture I that you can't lend money throuch It. lUnton Tmincrlpl. Hair Dyes Not Nttdtd. Hair d)e4 are unknown anionic women, a their hair lit uniformly black, Frtnch Oulana. French Oulnna I the pnal settley ment of France. It. Mirfncv rlo from the unhoalthful coast to , the mountain honler on tlio south. Only a small part of the country l known. Fever, particularly yellow I fever, decimate the reslon nnd have proved so fatal to French convict that white prisoner hav lone bes-sent elsewhere. The lie du Diablo, off the cont. heenme fanioit through tha I lmprlinmcnt of Alfred Dreyfus. jrrnd-nallJ n Chi-ne- e becouiln treme old atfe. cniy only lu ex- Antl Kissing Lav. In Ilnvarla. the state railway forbid kissing either on statliHi. where fronds, and fnmllle are unit-oi- l, or on trains, whllo France Issued an order two year a no forbidding klsslnit on trains. r of Fine flanging Fork Land acres BBsWaBBlVaHsBBBBBBBBVaBSSBBBBBBBBBS'. - REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of The No. 2888. OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 8. 1920 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK IlEgOL'RCES. $ 438.040.40 Lsians and discount. 13S.0 10.40 Tsital loan Notes ami bills resliscounted other than with 10.200.00 Federal Reserve Bank Foreign Kills of Exchange or Drafts sold with owned by Hugh Sandaige, Moreland, Ky. I jlBBHSsVftfBWlSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB)', Ovenlraft. secured, none; unsecured value indorsement of this bank Deposited to secure circulation (U.S. bonsli par . 23.52 391.840.40 23.52 AT PUBLIC AUCTION Owneil and unpledged Wnr Saving Certificates nnd Thrift Stamps nrtuully owned Total I'. S. Governsnent securities Stock of Feslernl Reserve Hank 50 per cent of 30.000.00 10.300.00 3.810.00 01.140.00 3.300.00 7,000.00 414.45 Tuursday, Sept. 30 We will on this date sell for Hugh Sandidge his fine Blue Grass farm. with stock and crops. This farm is located one mile East of Moreland, Ky., on the waters of Hanging Fork and known as the richest land in Kentucky. On good private road. Has splendid two story frame .dwelling, with seven nice rooms, up in nice repair, cistern at door; beautiful good large stock barn, cow barn, all necessary outbuildings and in good repair. Under good fence, lots of water, lays well, can run any kind of machinery over it. This land is rich and very fertile and a good money maker, close to good town, splendid graded schools, fine bank and get trains North and South day or night. In one of the very best neighborhoods in the county. FIFTY ACRES IN GRASS. LOOK IT OVER AND YOU WILL BUY. At the same time will sell 42 splendid ewes; twenty 125 pound hogs; three sows and 21 tine ihoats; one pair of four year old horse mules, good ones; A very fine harness pony, with trap and harness; several nice milk cews; one hundred bushels of nice clean Orchard Grass; 7$ bushel of line oats and two stacks of eats; 150 barrels of fine corn and lots of ethenthings too numerous to mention. This farm is up for sale; Look her over and bo sure and attend this tale. DON'T FORGET THE DATE, THURSDAY, SEPT. 30th, 10 A. M. Sudan Crass Grown In Rows and Cultivattd. tudea In the western states; nnd alo of Florida nnd n narrow strip of laud nlonc the uulf coast. Iiw t succe with the sraK In the first two region n:tnnl, uml dlmsise Is tliu llmitlnc factor ritoiie the culf coast. In n majority of the control nnd southern state, however, climatic nnd lt condition nro favornhlo to Sudan cms. Although Sudnn trrn. I bet adapted by nature to uo n it hay crop. It I a No used with crent xuctvs ns a sollliii; and pasture crop for summer pasture. Its uo as n sllaco mati-rtn- l I limit.-.- ! by the fact that It s asy mmln Into hay nnd fed as such with very little waste, nnd also because corn and sorchum Mb outyleld It nnd nre generally nvnllnhlo thnuigli-ou- t tho roylon where Sudan u'nis Is grown. Hlah Feeding Value. Tho feeding value of Sudan trim I tsjual to timothy hay. In localities where soy beans or cow peas do well theso legumes may be grown In mixture with tho Hodan grass. Such a mixture produce it hay of' higher feeding value than the srus al.m.. because of the high protein content of tnot Hank Net amounts slue from banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States (other than included in Items 12. 13, or II) Checks on other banks in the same city or town a reporting bank (other than Item 10) Total of Items 13. 1 1. 15. 10 nnd 17 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, due from U. S. Treasurer Interest earned but not collectesl- - approximate on Notes nnd Hills Receivable not past due subscription Value of banking house, owned anil unincumbered Esjuity in bonking house... . Furniture and fixture Lawful reserve with Feslernl Reserve Hank Cash in vault and net amounts due from National ..... 7,000.00 23,172.29 25.S94.73 1,526.72 0,378.03 33,790.45 2,500.00 1,500.00 Total Capital Stock paid in Surplus fund I.IAHII.IT1ES. ' $327,090.20 50,000.00 00.000.00 8.042.40 3.000.00 49,000.00 1,908.00 10,00 318,374.54 12,300.00 25,000.00 $527,090.20 12,530.97 Undividesl profits 4,494.51 Less current expenses, Interest, und taxes paid Interest nnd discount collectesl or treslitcsl in advance of maturity and not earned, approximate Circulating notes outstanding Net amounts due to national banks............. Certified checks outstanding . Individual ilcimsits subject to check Certificates of slepoiit (other than for money borrowed) Hills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Hank (Including nil obligations representing money borrowed other thnn rediscounts) TOTAI Liabilities for rediscounts other than with eral Reserve Hank Fed- ............... the legume. Sudan grass hybridizes freely with lasts- 40,200.00 OWENS. G0WAN & COMPANY CJ TMMtM M th lUck. HUSTONVILLE. KY. sorghums. It Is nsHvtry, thet fore, If puro aeol Is produced, to have I he Sudau grass Held at some distance from auy sorghums, olherwUo It will result In a uiongrel crop the follow-tu- g ys.sr. bulletlu goes very thoroughly Into the dsMalls of cropplug. planting, harvest-la- g bolli tor bay tad for seed m wsMl aa the beat uietltosJe. rf faajsitus; llM ttay. Ui llr atMk, tlie department of airlculture's sew , $40,200.00 Totnl contingent liabilities STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF OARRARD. SS: I, I.. (S. Davidson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of September. 1920. S. C. Denny, Notary Public. My Commission expires January 14, 1924. Correct Attest: B. F. Hudson, Shirley Hudson, J. W. Sweeney, Directors. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Sept 16 1920. BQflHHBsSl Headquarters for VULCAN PLOWS can hold frequent Kathirines and enjoy the clean forms of amti?ement wljich today are too i.xeldom found in the country districts. ' A club house in a farming 'district for such a purpose would not cost a fortune, but its practical value to the commun ity would be beyond estimate. AUSPICIOUS OPENING Lancaster Graded And High School Opens With Large HIGHEST TEST SEED WHEAT, SEED BARLEY SEED RYE-SE- ED RYE -- NOTHERN AND ROSEN The Blue OBELISK Ribbon Premium Flour. GENUINE VULCAN PLOW POINTS VULCAN PLOW REPAIRS OLD HICKORY WAGONS Conn Brothers. ii i "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." jteerinj: would neve have reach- the Kitfantic proportion Year, jed 91.S0 Issued Weekly. which now staler the country Payable ia Advaac. Hut they didn't, and because J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. of their laxity we are paying R. L .ELKI.N, Local Editor anil Mgr. the penalty today. Even at this late day, if our Entered at the Tost Office in Lan- public officials can be brought Second-ClaMail caster, Ky., as as n body to a realzation of Matter. their duty if they can be prod-de- d into an energetic perforLuuster, ly., Speaker 16, 1920 mance of that duty we may of Member Kentucky Press Association some day expect the law (supply and demand to again Forrtfn Advrni.mr Krprvnuttv regulate the price of the food TUF. AMFM1CAS FRKSS ASSOCIATION we eat and the other necessities we require in our daily life. Rates For Political AnnouncsaaaU. Kor Precinct and City Officei.. 15.00 We begrudge no man a dolFor County Offices ......10.00 lar or a million that is made For State find District Officei. .15.00 honestly, but that which is ac.10 For Calls, per line cumulated by dishonest or un.10 For Cards, per line fair practices should land its For all publications in the inter- The Central Record "ii n iii 1 iia? ' possessor in prison. est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line SEEINC BOTH WAYS. Obituaries, per line .05 DEMOCRATIC Some of us are content to go through life noting the mistakes of others, blissfully in- -' President. different to the fact that they JAMES M. COX, see us as we see them. of Ohio. People think of us only as Vic President 'our own conduct and actions D. ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN deserve that we be thought of. of New York. If we spend our time in petJBROTHERS United States Senator ty and obnoxious criticisms of J. C. W. BECKHAM, their Hardware others, we must expect that of Frankfort, Ky. they at least will be able to deCongress tect the beam in our own eyes, J. RALPH GILBERT, A few may be short sighted j Of Shelhyvilte. ,and unobserving, but the ma jority of people are wise and quick to not the idiosyncrasies WHY WE PAY. of human nature. The indictment and prosecuWhy is it that some people tion of profiteers and KoiiKers are universally admired and in some sections of the country though they hrive their faults. comes as a ray of hope to a people KroaninK under the bur- respected through life, also do the rest of us? den of exorbitant prices for Tayl It is not because those faults everything; we eat, wear or use. are hidded from the world It is not the retailer who is Garrard Farms feeling the weight of the law, far from it. It is because such people have hearts endowed as his prices as a rule are quite, with more than the average of within the bounds of reason human compassion hearts at least in the country towns that prompt the mind to recogand rural districts. The KouKurs who are beinjr nize the good qualities of hit are uenerally middlemen or others rather than to be conwholesalers, who have been tinually seekng out the weaker juirKliiiK the products back and points. It is because they see the betforth, with a price boost at ter side of others that the world every jungle. Normally, the law of supply thinks so well of them. All people have their faults, and demand regulates the but some, unfortunately, are price of a commodty. Hut it only able' to distinguish those has not been so since the bce;in-ninj- ? of the war, because times which exist in the other fellow. have not been normal. NOT MONEY ALONE. One of the principal reasons for existing hieji prices is the It isn't big wages in the city fact that a commodity passes alone that takes young men through too many hands before away from the farms. The it reaches the consumer, and unending routine of work and most of thotu hands are experts the absence of any form of at the pleasinK and lucrative healthy recreation and amuse-meoccupation of KotiKini;. have more to do with it Pie Supper. Notice. If public oiricials had taken than anything else. There will be a pie supper at the All housekeepers who would like to a firm stand as soon as the One of thee days farmers Rico Academy on tuiistancv in iouiriiijr commenced if they will see the wisdom of maintain have making catchupscanning, preserv- urday evening, school house'.'5th. SatSeptember ing, and pickles, will The had tilled the jails when the ing a community social center, please call Miss Lena Hriyht at her proceeds derived at this supper will go to the Hchool. evil wus in its infancy profi-- : where young men and women home on Maple Avenue. TICKET. 1 J : nt The opening last Monday of the DOING Lancaster Graded and High School was one of the most Politics. history of the school,auspicious in the In contilering the large first day Attendance and the in Wc publish a partial list of the terest shown by the citizens and pat democrat selected to act a n com- - rons who lent their presence at the imttri' m each of the precincts for opening exercise, which were brief this political campaign. A complete list only a short program being rendered he seen in our next issue. Chair-- I After singing of America, Rev. C man t. 0, Sanders is working hard to D. Strother read the scripture lessen n this county and promises to haw and Rev. II. S. Hudson lend in pra ;erfeit the democratic orvriinlintluii er. Former Superintendent P. II working force that lias ever Hopkins, then mtriHliireil the new- he been behind a democratic campaign Superintendent, l'rof. Paul Hoyd n the memory of the oldest politicwho hriefl) outlined hi school plan? of The oriMiiixatton women and made the necessary announce al! .inter will be ready for publication ments for the opening of school. vet week. I hair ma ii .sainlir re Chapel wa then dismissed and the iiiests all democrats to variou promotions were made from ti- sim in this political fiirht and he the different room. i' i.ie a result that all ood demo-- . From the standpoint of first di will be proud of when the polls aitendmice, lat Monday broke all vke on November -- nd. previou record, the total enrolling i'KKClM T NO. 1 T. M. Arnold. for that day being 403, which was 50 4 mian, lincater Itoute 2. (labe more than on the tirt day of Inst Walters. William Hatticld, Ed Nay- year. It is predicted that a goal i t lor. Mason l'ollard. 500 pupils will be reached before tic PKKCINCT NO. 2 Henry Cox, end of the tirst month. r .airman, Lancaster, Ky, Jack Hall, Prof. Hoyd, who seems quite at W. i?. Carrier, llobcrt Wakey, John home in his new field of work here, McKobcrts. takes to his work like a duck to water PKKCINCT NO. 0 J. M. CraiS anil from present prospects one of the Chairman, Lancaster. Ky., Ed Holtz- - banner years of the school lies before claw. 1'oote Perkins Ocorce Carpen him an I hi worthy corps of nist ter W. It. Cox. ants. PRECINCT NO. 4 Alex Doty. The following is the personnel of John K. Sutton, the faculty for the current term. Chairman. C. E. Moriran, John (Snstmeau, W. K. Superintendent Prof. Paul II. Hoyd I.eavell. Principal of High School Depart PRECINCT NO. C Elmer Miller. ment Miss Ilettie Robinson, Chairman, I.ancastcr, Wm. firimes. Assistants in tin, department being, Jas. Clark. Jr. Ashby Arnold, Odus Mi Margaret Sexton, who was Naylor. with the school last year and PRECINCT NO. 7 N. J. Gosney. Mis Mary Anna Heard, of Shel Chairman. Star Route Lancaster, byville, who ha just graduated Dave Rankin, Pierce Hutfman' Robt. from Georgetown College with a Fox, Joe Skinner. II. S. degree. PRECINCT NO. s T. E. Dunn. The teachers elected for the grade Chairman, Hryantsville, C. C. Davis, are as follow: C. K. I'oindcxter, Walter Arnold, Primer and First Grade Mls Ada Cecil lieaty. Rich. PRECINCT NO. i Hoy Hroadus. Second Grade .Mi Anderson. Vista, John Naylor, Second and Third Grade Chairman Hui-nMiss .Mil. Roy Williams. E. C. Howling. Albert dred Rrazley Rack, Mark Jennings. Third Grade Miss Estridge: PRECINCT NO. 10-- Rob llarkcr, Fourth Grade .Mis Nellie Wand Chairman Rourne Henry Montgom of Woodbury, Ky. ery, W. C. Howlinj;, Scott Huffman, Fifth Grade Mis Myrtle Ruble Fred Sutton. Sixth Grade- - Mi Minnie Hurchet' PRECINCT NO. 1 Morns Todd, Seventh Grade Mrs. Theo Curre, Chairman Paint Lick, D. A. Hervey, Eighth Grade Mis Eliza Smith: II. F. Ralston. Pal Rallard. C. A. Lont Mrs. Ma Hughes Noland will have PRECINCT NO. 15 Wm .Marsh- - the Mu.- Department again banks, Walter Centers, Woods Wal. ker, Cabel Arnold, Thos Rogers, HASELDEN Chairman. PRECINCT NO. Ii R, C. Ro.nn. Chairman, .Melvin Stinnett, E. II. Al len Frank Rallard. C. S. Roop. To Sell Mr. James Nevim has charge of the lepnrtment of abent voters and re Business. quest that a report be made to him of every voter, as early as possible, In this issue of the Record we an' who away from the county and en- carrying a large advertisement of titled to vote. T. D. Avant of Lan Haselden Brother announcing their e caster is chairman of the decision to sell their hardware and velt Club of Lancaster. Democratic implement business in this city. clubs will be organized this week in This .s cne of the best estabhtlii'-- i both Hryantsville and Paint Lick. concern in Central Kentucky and The chairman in these two precincts carries with it a very large patronage have already been selected anil a re- from this and adjoining counties port of the work and proirre will be They arc offering it for sale privately uade .n our next iuc. and if not sold before that time will sell it at public auction next county court day in Lancaster, September or. Mrs. Mary Hello Taylor, orciI 70 27th. yea and wife of Mr. Cyrus Taylor Sell. of this city, passed nway at the Cood The wile of the J nine II. I.eavell Samarium Hospital in Lexincton last Sunday morning after a linu'erinir farm in lower Garrard, conducted by Messrs Thomas and Hamilton sold i line i of over three months. On June 1st, last .Mrs. Taylor suf- very satisfactory Saturday last fered a slight stroke of paralysis and morning, one hundred acres of the frilling very severely injured her hip. unimproved land selling to Mrs. Flor Pneumonia soon developed and she once llallard and sons, for $'J50.00 was taken to the (lood Samaritan an acre. The tenant house with 20 hospital on June 10th, where she re- acres of land was purchased by J. C Williams of this city, for $.111.00 an mained until her death. Mr. Taylor wa born in Garrard aere. The balance of the farm with the county and was a daughter of the late John Will Poor, who for many years home and improvements wu unconlived in the Hryantsville section of firmed at a price of - 15.00 an acre. A good crowd the county. attended. Messrs She will be greatly missed by many Thomus and Hamilton also sold this tm,t """i '"rm of Harry Mc. in this city ami county and was 1 vurtally liked by all. She was a do- - Whorter's located on the Richmond r ut of the Methodist Pki' near Paint Lick containing 170 acres, to Mvusrs J. A. Scott and son. church. price paid being f'.'.'l&.OO an acre. Her remains were brought to htr Another sale by tills linn was the homv last Sunday evening. The funeral service were conducted at the iligginbothani farm near Murcellus grave in the I.nncater cemetery on to Floyd Humphrey. There are -- .10 Monday morning at ten o'clock, by ueres in this splendid farm mid the her pastor, Rev. F. I). Palmeter, with prico wu a long one, but wouid not be announced. appropriate remarks. I WHAT'S Garrard New Crop Crimson Clover Seed. Timothy Seed. White Sweet Clover. Fresh Car Portland Cement. Lime, Sand. Hook. Common and Pressed Hriek, New Hale Ties. Tankage For Hogs, Feed. Genuine Knnawhn Salt Best for Curing Meat. tet COKtt for Drying Tobacco. - s Hudson 4 TO Farnau Telephone 26. & 16 The world's bent trotters will be m action at I KXINGTON. Get. I 16 Two if the bett races will be iled . n the first daj The Kutur- w rtii ITi-niii.i the Walnut Hnll ( .If I idlMI 48th ANNUAL MEETING seii OCT. EXINGTOW 80,000 Stakes and Purses The $21,000 FUTURITY EXCURSION CINCINNATI, I OHIO ar. I return via $3.15 j L. A N. $3.15 m $5,000 The TRANSYLVANIA CASTLET0N SUNDAY, SEPT. 26, 1920 $3,000 KTC TMTTKIIS ANB PACE ETC. THC WMLaVS MIT Special tru.n will leave Innc.ntrr I Jl A M , returning will leave 4th St Statu n ( tncinttati t .in P M 7 10 I' M. City .Standard T.'ne, For Time information consult locai T i Kit Atrnt. fu-th- er a Cox-Roos- SEPTEMBER and t.tut iruIS" K Eiht days of opfsnrtuniiy for you to nv t the wonderful, f !'iH:lf!vS Kuniare. I - to learn how you win save your fuel. h to h Learn how you can havesumnuT warmth (70 guaranteed) in your home- in roldest weather- - how you ran banish thedirt and dnidKt-Theating methods. of old-style v-- livftinninf; Saturday, September llth, and continuing eight days, we will hold Kpeciisl GaJoriG "Prepare for Winter" eihililts at our more. Everybody welcome! Come- we'll you. The Ik? looking for coit evcr-rifiii- $- unl-p1'- of fuel makes scientific C alon'C heatiiiK a inulcrii necessity. Used in over 1(K),(XK) homes. The CnloriC Kit a mn tee "Your satisfaction or money isack." mc-mbe- Uteri Haselden BROS. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 6, 920. 1 1 WE ARE STILL TRIMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR BUT LITTLE RENT TO PAY. CUSTOMERS Mr and Mr?. Frank llrnwninK are rejMrini. over the arrival tt n fine hoy. Mi 1 fit Cider Mill, Manure Spreader, Silo Filler, 1 Horse Wheat Drill, Ice Cream Freezer, Buggies and Harness Cheap. J. R. MOUNT &l CO. The Q Deal House. rn.sci: and harh wire. nn.D Mr Marie Coy, of KirktvlMe, la the attractive kucM of Mim Carrie lli'lle Itiniuins on llirhmoml itrret. Mr llarrlnrton Kini; Wen of the KUcit of her ilaurh-le- r, Mr. Itnhert Kinnalrd anil Mr I.ex-iriKt- Vn., Kimmiril. tlur utare will he eUt4 Monday. !?eitMlMr JOth, on aoeonnt of .lew-- . Ni liolitiay. Vauklppo or Day of Atenotnent.- -- J I JiKph'. Will am Kinnalrd ha v- l Miir The man friend of Mi to know he ha re Hank Hudson and AihW are Jr , of Danville, were in eovered u!TMieiitly to return home, I am .uter after it wirvieiil uprrnlion at the ho unda) i pital in liiihvilte. She wu accom Bin I Mmtlon ol tht Crfllr.i SA M of Dnnvilia, hn iwiiird by her nure, Ml Smith, who Ituhy l 7hoi Wt Art IfiUrutid In. been the pretty trurot af Mtaa F.iye rtnmed Monday to her dutie-- . Kiiik near Mr. J. I.. White and laughter, Sa'.ic arl Mafic ut. been at Mic Mr Thewdore ITurrey b Mra. T. C. Corley. of Indiannpoli. I 'n, Mo! In. llt r t. Taint recent vHtwr af Mr. and Mrs, Carrey j Indiaani wure enlled here b the ill-' imr HabfMHin In NirhohiTille. KautTman i U Him. af Mra. Whit' iter. Mr, llet-tiNorrk, wIhi h iiilt.. ill at the from Comton Mr Marr SwiihrMl hft Tnwa-- i howH of her daughter, Mr. Albert Howling wu ii Mtfflt t-- .lay. for ColumWu. Ten., wlwre h Ware, on DnnvilU street. Mim for tM tuna. wiR entur Gossip About People vgg 1 Daniille where t ullejie Mr and ..m. Hank - iH tntrr Dr. ami Mrr. M. S. Hatlield and vtiti hor parent, Mr and; me to Mr. T. II. Walter, at .lehr. and al ('.ntie attended the Smeret Kmc ekildren, Mr. I ; Mxa4r. ttt e Jft UMtN iitW Mr. R II. ltataon ami 'lauchter, Mfe llrth Walter of Jahea. Ky. of returned from t vt4tin(t her tttor. Mo. M. S. Hat-fttt- Mim Cent, have Unfedelightful trip of ami Dr. HatfleW un KieRmoNd an (Mended and rtile. tw month in CaMfortiin and the M root. Wetrn atato. MM Cecil lenve at ho Smith Mr. Mr. an Mro. Ktalmr Caiae af Dan net' for Margaret Colleue where he Arnnld in from A vMt to Ml. J rilW pet MMMay wtlh Mr. Marrar-- i ha attondintf ncliool for the lat Covinaton. Currey UahlivMM on two yesr. ilr. awn Mrt. Fred PriaMe Imvc r iweno. Mia Kdaa llerkele. of imv4 (rum h Wi K ftfcroo to Tin friend of Mr. Harry Ander-w)m ttiMch at I'aducah. who wn illllsboio, Vlcrfnia. bet- am triad to know be U aliehtly injured about the hand and week) at e ill for a MM llnrnfer CHhwb hM wr, haTinK Iwen fae 'ednlfty at noon when her Mar. or Ntare. ttor of eent attractive , automobile ftkldded into a telephone in Damrttl. 0urt Mr. Thowaa. of SprinitiWId. m vw- - pale an South l.imetone trcet, hn lifcjrd m4 fairy, will ittmc her .Mr. Harry Hurt-- returned to her home after he laal minlirul aid at the (iood Saon Made ccnpjr Mr. May llunlwo M eland" Mn ami Urv. HuaHiu. maritan Hospital I.exinirtoti Herald. home on Maple rwit. Mr. Jennie Sluvta to tlw ilr. MMi Mr. JoIih Hrown m tHnUJ. hil Bt at Jfl " In-ti- n lnater. r(. rk 0 4rMiffdg r .e- - sr VsVBMe3glgg9 dottitr. AvMne. Mnrtlui HatU ka returned Mi of ta l.elni;to after pirnMm: two month vacation wltii her mather. Mr, laien ItelU. ivm Jlr. It. It. ImWMW HTfir after .evernl moaU rioit thru Mra. I. D. Simpon. Mm. Kphnnm Henry Moor) ami Itrown. Mr. wih of the Western tatu. daughter. With, have heen Mim Margaret Cook of DiUo. with Mlm Maril.e "iltir in l.exiBKtan. pnt the week-enLear, on Lexington avenue The many little friend. f Maiter Then. McWIwrter will be Klad to know! Mer Jah 'ill! Kinnaird and he .. now able to up. after a .evere William Kinnaird have returned from attack of typhoid fever, a bunnpfi trip t Drtrolt( Mich. Dr. and Mr. C II. Hall of Somer-- , Mow Helen Itohituon of Lexington have been recent :ueU of Dr. C. pent the week end with Mr. J. ami Mr. M. S. jiatficld. nt their !:(.Win. on Hirhmond avenue. home un Htehmenif avenue. MU IImI Lyon of PmnWott. tfce ehormlng iimi attrmtive Mm Dotl Utcr Hughe. et Thote from a ditance who the funeral of Mr. Hello Taylor were Mr. and Mr. Frank Wei-maof l.exitiKton. Mr. and Mr. John Danville. DavM and on, of Mr. Iloran Mr. Klirn Hallard, Mi Mnyme Hallard, Mr. I.ou'an Don. M f.,t4l u)n Mr nm Mr, ,J)K), a, M nf ir.,tntville. Mr. and Mr. nd. of l.ex.ncton. ami Mr. M.ke Sweeney ,m of Danville, tf What Is Your PioUem? Clothes Wo have boon solvinj; the clothes problems of men for years, and ju?.t because prjeos are out of kilter, or labor is playing tag with production, is no reason why we should stop. Yon can get the answer to that impulse for a fall suit and coat from us, in a jiffy: it will be r. sensible, valuable answer, and you will be satisfied. it j i Mr A. K In Klkin of LouUville, wilfumf vwtor with friend and rr!atie Mr. M. Lancnter lat weofc, V. A., Lear and daughter. Marllrv ami Nancy T., hnc been recent visitor in Danville. Loui !.an4ram. Mn. Theo-it- r Currcy and Mr. ami Mr. Clay vu'ii i wire in Danville Saturday. Mm. Mr. J. W. Klmore an-- l Mr. lAither Clbb attended the liank.rV Aociation in Louisville. 'tr I .md Mr. Mi. Van (Ircentoaf anl little Mim JUry Shackelford, of liichmond, have t.ren gutt " f Mr. Kmnw KautTmnn. Mn .1. W. Klmore. Mr, Chenault Klmore nml .Mn. Torn Klmor. of Ak-- r n. Ohio, were lwpilni: in Danville rrcently. Mr. ami Mr. Frank XiHKtWl, kive iK'ell KUeit n a il Mr. Will Dwkenwn 1 Vtiin. Hu.e Turner hat aeeepteil a lviution with the Jnnenh Mervantlle (' .. ami will he tjlai! to welcome her where he came to be present at tl'e ninii) frtvnil. (Iraded and ui't iiirut of the Mary I.UU wh ha hten ill Midi School Monday. 1r fveral itiy is able U he out Mr. and Mr. Tom Klmore, and Mr. at'Ktn, her nuinuruui frieNtU will he and Mr. Chenault Klmore who have t'lat tu know. been vititiin; their parent. Mr. and V. S. Klkin returnwl to her Mr. J. W. Klmore, have returned to Mr. Ohio. die n Atlanta lat Tuenlay nij;ht, their home in Akron , a month vilt with her liter, Mclloberu Mount n Mim Mn. Chenault Klmore of Akroi', Ohio, who with her huband i viot tin: hi parent. Mr and Mr. J W Dowiilnir, Willi rope, .nr. aim .ur. Klmore, was honor i;ucit at a bridge Klunbeth CibVl C. M. Smith Mr. and Mr. II. V. Kin party which Mi ciinl. Mr Herbert Muir. I.ouiille, Kiive Friday afternoon, nt her home W. II. llouton, Appalachiu Vn., Mr. in Hill Court. There were two table! and Mr. W. i. Mention, LaCrnttKf, of player. The prizo for top core wn won by Mr. Chenault Klmurc. Mr. and Mr. II. 11 Collier, Crab Mr. and Mn. John .1. Unpin, C The room were additionally pretty ' (lower. Mr. and with decoration of D. Uabertoii Sprinirlieldi Mr. Fleece ltobiimm, Stnnford, Mr. Delicious lemon sherbet and several were served ami Mr. II. H. llutchlon of Harrodii- - kinds of amlviehe Mn. John Ianv1 a)(, Mr Ml (!lbb wa nUtcd in the ho M Jennie Duncan. been Kue, ., M Jr., who have an. J. W,HiamburK. pitalitie by her mother, Mn. Luther of MiM Joan Mount, have one to! Mr unil Mr. A. J. Wihlcr ami ion tiibb. Tho.e accepting the invitan vint to Mr. and Mr. I The followinc taken from a New lluwarJ ami William, of Ilirea, were Danville for tion, beside the honor ttucst, Mr. Kl. i Wood, before of interest more, were .Mrs. Clay Sutton, Mn. Mu et their on. Mr. ami Mr. Loiranhome Atlanta returnini; toiiavrn, Conn, paper (!cori;ia. Mr. Martin recently married Virgil Kinnalrd in their here ( larirce Wilder, Sunday. Mr. Huckner Spin Mn Ann Margaret Klkin. of tin die of Norfolk Vn., Mi Anglo K.n It ay: l'at tiriimi Miik'ni naird. city. Mr. Kobert Kinnaird, Frank Martin of WaliiiiKton, D. C , Martha anil Helen (Sill. Those who I with Mr. Martin are spending a hort did not play that were invited fcrl vacation in New Haven. Hro. Martm refreshment were Mr. J. W. Klmore, u with the War ltik ltolief Hurenu Mn. V, A. Lear and Mrs. It. Dunlapj at Waihinirton nnd will be Bind to Wanton. men and explain meet any all the heiielit of the wur inur. You are invited to see the new fall j Don'l livo in rut. Don't Ut ilbheolth htcp you pluginf along at unce. He will be in New Havnn to your attend the nietrtlriu of San Salvador millinery display on Saturday Sept. without orogr... or tko m. thing ytar iUr Mlt Minnie Hrown. 18th. Council on Thundny Sept. Uth. Mem oily good hoallh m.y bo ohLln.d, and what Chiropractor and fiod out how be intereted can phone In who may There will be a pie supper at the nw outlook on life It -- ill kring you. Conaultatlon and .pinal analy.U th llnaneial iccretnry. who will ar Manse School hou.e, Friday, Sept. J j raiife vith Mr. Martin to meet them 17th. Everybody i invited. . - .1 Ii whan cMveMitnt at the K. of C. club LANCASTER, KY. to ee the new fall II m II A.M. You are invited SIMPSON HOUSE and talk over and explain to them Saturday Sept. tie but nlan to cover their pertonal millinery display onKlla A. Fra,nci. IKth. cae i enue. of po.ition in the Hiijh School in Hry- of Mr. She will have charge uf Maple Dan. tin eventh and iMchth snide Mr. Vat Cook, of Danville, upem , Mr, (,WHr, few day in Ijiacalter before Iravirt Mjllk , th(, cm . . i ii .mm... .. i.....i ..r ...ni .i .chairman, for the purpov of. plan- inr tend the School of Technoloiry. nine far the roceptlon of ladie nf ' vWtiiw in KicUmand. on the and daughter. Dr. Sandtr Mr. inr Mirine day. iticnmomi, (in.i.i Ml Thelma, and jen. Virtril, and Tucker of Danville, vi.ited Mr. N. Palladium. avunue on K. HokIc mi Kichmond On hit Sunday Mr. and Mr, (i. Sunday, , Hutrnuin of the Murkbury section en- at La can Stopn. tertninwl about thirty rive fut-.- t MiM KliinlHith dehnhtful twelve o'clock dinner who ha hrn M'esdhik' the with her t.'rand.parent. Mr. and Mr. Anions the number present were Mr. t D. Simpson, ha returned ta her ami Mr. J. Franklin Huffman and dntiKhter. Mr. and Mr. !!. I.. Huff home in Lexington. man and on, Mr. I D. HutTmnn and Mr. Darnnlt, who h.u been vi.it- - t,h,n.n, Hrndford of Jnmc Ini: her daughter in l.exiiiKUm and ,,AiKton, with n number of neiith. Mnysville. i apnin with her dmiKh ,,flW am frieniU. Tho.e preent ter, Mr. Ceortfo Smith, Jr. on lan-- , ,mrt, . lnt. coe of a perfect day ville avenue. wltn many K00l wihe for Mr. and '- Huffmnn. a Mil. MnilRo laac ha . Maomc club. The parade commit-et- . tee, Howard Illce. chairman, will be held in the committee room at the A meet. meet at 7:30 Wednesday. me f the wivo af all member of the z(m Um fMt w) hl, ,uIl, t,arl mxt nl mwltu. )f mf for wl Societv) 5rar,d Clothes Society P.rand Clothes. They are your answer to the clothes problem if you want Style, and also if you want to get the most for your money. You realize that good merchandise is generally scarce this season, but not here. We have a selection ol models and woolens that is sure to please. Anil prices oh, yes, just as low as we can put them. We invite young men and men who May young to come in and see and hear how we are solving the Clothing problem for them right now. We .iii . umer.a Kverthing from u necktie to a fall suit or overcoat all of the most deserving quality, all economically priced, and all backed by our guarantee of satisfaction. jir. PARKS & HENDREN Home Of Hotter Clothes. DAN'VILl.K, KENTITKY. accptl Aniont! thoe who attended the M,.rilhon litl.i at ir)l, lf Mr J14M, irc,,ytorian church Sunday Advocate. .M,.Mr J. v. Sprole. M. nooI, K. A, C'aron, T I'rof. V. H. Hopkin. of Lexington, " S'tman. Corbin; " ''"""I". pent the week end in Lancater. ,,1U lifter-Vlll- r e r. WALDENS SANITARY ( and GROCERY CONFECTIONERY. ftr i Chiropractic yr pl.ur. S. .L.... Mii We have recently purchased The Business of Coy Sanders in the Central Record building. We are remodeling and rearang-in- g Ant closing out all the entire stock. notions, hosiery, etc., and will carry nothing line of staple but a complete and and fancy groceries, candies, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco and soft drinks. up-to-da- te nk We Intend to make our store all that the word "SANITARY" implies. WE STUDY TO PLEASE. GIVE US A TRIAL. The FINAL OI'KNINC. will U nnnoiinml later, Wntch this column for SI'KCIALS. i n NR. AND MRS. W. B. WALDEN Lipscomb C& Lipscomb The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 16, 1920 : : Look Out for Rheumatism CONFIRMS DEATH ! Ai Winter Approaches So many rases of Itheumatism come from a tiny dl sens? jjcrm that inieiti the blood, that physicians re beginning to realize that this source of the disease is Itccomintr quite prevalent. Of eourie a that hat its urcc in the blood cannot be reached by local remedies applied to the surface. One remedy that ha given splendid result (n the treatment of Kheutaatlsos is S.S.S., the tine old dli-ea- se OF CZAR FAMILY f JEiarl.sJtft.'fc'fli I MalI rAn.lv that tia Iimh l.l druggists for more than fifty years. acia uy driving out or th blood the dleae germ that causes Kheumatism. thu atTarx'Anir mil relief. Ilegm taking S.S.S. today and if you will write a complete history rmp mdlat of vour will give you expert advice, with, out charge. Address Chief Medical Adviser. 151 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ua. Um lutchery of Russian Royal Household Considered True Beyond Doubt. Choice i 45 Acre Farm BeckV-Subdivid- ed (Former Home of William i rtt. .II.a DETAILS Emperor TOiO BY WITNESSES NleholJs, Empress, Son, ! our window for result of ! Watch p.ir Four Daughter. Doctor Sotkin and Three Ssrvsnts Stain In Basement of Prison. j STRAW VOTE Every man and women is requested to come In and vote. I McRoberts Journal for Rhutmatism Victims. One of tli oldent Tl(llmN In th Drug Store Cnloyable Sensation. Kmlly mim tired niie night anil quit. world Is n monthly devoted m ready to Kit to mil, , he lay had crib in granary, and all sorts of other outbuildings. Fine fruit. Splendid water. ant. The tlrely to the lnteret if rhi'uinatli nrmtu'eil oti her little pillow he uli. with j Ileautiftil shade, nice approach to this elegant home, prettv view and hy Vlirokl. the lalUr In clmree of' ,two ponds, cistern etc. offerer. t loi- - to relnp.e!' Iilj lsh: "Oh. how healthy location. he dettii ru.vnl family, nml ni ' curried nut by t2 imlilleris. , Room With an Echo. Cacao Tree Product. 'V.,m' 0i't,1,' Prettiest homes and most desirable location around Stanford. It will The Time nmi'in! ny thei' men A wonderful eeho can he hrnrd In I, About twelve pounds of cocoa can be subdivided into four tracts. room In the cnMle of Slmonettn, nenii be obtained annually from n full. hear "ere I.ett, hut f'nptnln Mri'ullnch i. e),irr they were Mnsjriir pin ced on Milan. A loud tiole. ucn ns n pistol ing cacao tree. It is the right size, located right, in the right neighborhood, splendidly improved, close ! oiiij inoieilil or n ltll nil cilunt he to shot. Is repented (H tllnev school and churches in fact it is all you could wish for for an ideal home." Mr. Ilright nml eHlle the hoNhevlkl fenn-.n Itutslnti j family have decided to go .South and make their future home there. They have instructed us to Egyptian Mummy Cloth. fur the work. Modern Revision. j coiuu not ne trute Cuptnln .MCiill.ik'h, story nj nil Uok il OVer I'i'iefully and be there on sale dav FIJI DA V. Sept. The extraordinary durability of the men an born eoounmioil, oth-- 1 ! Sme o.Vi at 10 A. M. Itli and you are sure to bill on this dandy home and farm. Terms liberal and made ancient K)ptliiu nimntiiy cloth I !.. ers ncijuiro ecotiomlinl IniMts. hut the ' :le ilooiiiiil pnrty. evvpt McIioIh, , lleved to b due to thi fn 't t tin I It win mnjortty of us have . niintiiy forced were on their knee. cntlnc known on day of sale. l li Vlirovlk boillei the enter In- -' finished with n sine lirlvi-down our thronl. I'hdiulelphhi For full particulars, blue prints, etc. see. write or phone either John Ilright on the farm t tor in oxeotitinn of "Nicholns Itomnn-otr- . n tree. QtllriT. from tin African lMut-- l the bliXKly, nml nil ht family." or Ciar Trlss to Shield Wife. The former cinr then Meppm! In front of hU wife ami children, alns no thine which could tint be G'-adeheard, iml was hot hy Vurovkl. Then the remiilmler of the pnrty wn ST A N FOR D. K KNT IV K V. hot with revolver, nml later the o. illers bnyotiefeil the ho.lle. COL. JOHN I!. DLWVIDDIF. on the lllock. Yurovkl. who had h.vn preMetit A. Money Received From $ IS..'. I of the cxlriiorilliuiry I. Ilaliince. July I lllt rommU.lun nt Kknterlnliurs;. Imtetiel to Mncow to Stnte Treasury LYJril.OS :t. District Taxation IIOIM.'JS reiHirt the murder to Leiilne. . 4. Delinquent 2.1U.U lie was promot.il to he nunmtlnti r. Itailrond Tux ;ios. 07 er of life nuninre In the province of li. Tuition Fees.. ''."7''.0U Kktiterlnbtirir. nml occupies thu most I.envell Fund.. . . J.S47.."ii bniiiNnme houe In the town. 8. All other Source . oil. SO On the square nterlookg hy Mrhnlns I ri -- t prNon the Total KeceipLi .JlSt.'Ol.UJ local voeriimetit hits plnretl n Money Disbursed For the wunl: 1. Salaries $10111'.!. .10 larse sltn, beurln H. Collection of Taxes and Takim Census "Siiuare nf Niitloiml Veiu'. iinci-.- " 4''4.7.1 t; 10.00 Janitor Service . Itepairs and Improvements liOtj.Ul BATHERS BOMBARD CENSOR Interest nnd Bond Redemption L'.,I5,'.75 Notes and Interest on Same ...VJ8.00 New Jersey Preacher Is Showered Furniture and Kquipment 4'J().r.rt With Tomatoes at Beach, Saved Fuel, l.iuhts and Water .I'Jl'J.fiJ All other Kxpenses by Constablt. 3i.:jS Atiit. ll ihi,II.I,. :it. diiubla that former U iiitiemr Nti'hol ON THE or iiu.Mtu mi.) his fimilly uere assn. slnate.1 In I In basement of thlr prison houso nt Kknterlnhurc on the or July It;, III IS. seems to Ih nuiit ,r the HCrounts nf two Inde- pvndent InvestlKutiiM published here. One Is printed hy tin. Times am! wuwritten by Its former Poinmrnd correspondent. Hubert Wilton. Tin. AT 10 A. M. KAIN Olt SH1NK. other ntitiearB In the mnenzlne N'ln... teenth Century nnd After, mi l Is from miliM from Stanford on the Stanfonl nnd Hustonvil!,. Pike in the IjOCJittMl aliout t ne pen or t'apt. Km licit SUVullnitli. Hrltlsh nnnr. who was n u lili'lr Lnunn btanford Graded School District. rorriiNimlent before the Until recently the home of William Heck who owned the same for over fortv year war. It M conceded that Mr. Heck w one of the very best I loth iieiii e.Tiil farmers Lincoln Cotintv ever had. ' All of this hi l'.lnitir. Intiurn. ami lalknt with native nml land lies cxccedniK y well, the very best of care taken of it. in the highest state of cultivation, oldlHni who wltn.vil the affnlr a money maker and dividend producer. One look at the Krou ini: crop of corn, tobacco, clover the windows of the llbfattt ;. urn tiino ny meadows now on the farm will convince you of the fertility of the soil. In line Itotli wrltrrs niinv on the tm neighborhood. One of the most desirable lijtle farms in Lincoln cotintv. You know thev are lortant iletaIN of the story. scarce and hard to find, l.i acres in timothy and clover meadow, 'JO acres in corn, acres in Eleven Massacre Victims. and acres in yard, garden and orchard. The lctlttn of the nmarr'. they ay numtH-rn- l former' U, the Handsome two story residence of eight rooms. 2 halls, front veranda, side porch and emp.'nr. hl ulfe, xni nnd four il.iutfh. screened lattice porch, barn C.OM'.O and b'O ft. shed, upper storv holds five acres of tobacco. 100 t.H-to- r ter. tlotklti and servton silo, barn, AT AUCTION MEMISES ell-- - Friday, Sept 24th, ii'p:i'r sli mi-.'- line c tlw ) - ll,1V)()1Alt' thorn-elve- .c-talt- ANNUAL FINANC IAL STATEMENT of the Lancaste- Common School District For the Year Ending June 30, 1920. ijuU-k-l- y HUGHES and McCARTY .. . ...... . ....... .......... .. . ......... 1 Km-per- ... PUBLIC SALE OF ON Trenton, .V. J ,us. .11. Tbe l!ev. I'reilorlck Kopfiiimi. pastor of tbe $ 1"0 MetliodWt rliiirch nt Titusvltle, .V. J.. ISlSII.l'J wlm bas liit-i- i niilraMirliik to "ilrlve tbe dell from Hie l!earts of tbe ilalanre l.'US.OO $ lml tiers : Wnlilnutnn' Ilonds in Force . .L't'.uOO.OO wn erected with a shower .'. unpaid hills .Several outstuni iil-- bill The above is n true and correct finnnrhil statement for the of liver-ripIntimiofs when be npjiear-- ' (Iratled Common School D'strict No. 2 for the li.cnl year, endingl.anrnssr I nt the June 30, reort o lecture the battier I'JJU on their nttlre. The nutomo. Hoard of Trustees, Idle was u reeked nnd be was punched J. A. Ueailey, President, inn) mauled nnd an attempt wni mnde L. (I. Davidson. Secretary. to ilurli him In the I Manure river. June L'3, 1920. He finally o'npi-while a rutiMnlilo held tbe crond baeU with a drawn 1, 1920. Total Disbursements Financial Summary, July Total Iteceipt Total Disbursements . ............ ................. . . ........ ........... ................. . . . . . "The Old Stephen Ison Home PlaGe" ISIS:t.;iJ 1 1 "rla. e THURSDAY, SEPT. 30th, 1920 AT TEN O'CLOCK, A.M. 1 pittr' ANNUM. FINANCIAL REPORT j GARRARD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Of the Year July 1, 1919, to June .'?0, 1920. $:i(IOO.OO 101)0.00 Outstanding lndtbtednt nt beiinning of year, to whom due, Carrard Hank Citizens Hank . Taltou May Ambrose Cilico IIKCKM'TS: From From From From ir.oii.oo lrioo.oo 2 1,085.71 Ilalance from last year... county levy at liOc tjte and polls State for teachers' salaries Madison County j)r capita all othsr sourcvsl It. It. Franchise nul Tunnible Sale of lots and houses etc. Proceeds notes md other item . ..................... V..V..V.V.V.V .................... ...................... ". lil.tt07.52 817.:i8 ICI.OII 52U.78 '.7 I7.7n $s.'i,lh,'..s:t Total Receipts ... DI.SIIUIlSKMKNTSt .V.V.V.V.V.V Itepairs and Improvement of old buildings ..."" School Kiiuipment, seat', i"sks. and apparatus rucl, haulini; nnd ither Incidentals . """, Insurance, Interest nnd other items Superintendent's expenses Incurred in dinchurKe of duty.. Other expenses, incluilins: shorUtlme notes paid OTHKIJ 1TK.MS: U. K. Franchise a d Tangible to Salaries Hoard member . High School Tuit'ott to (!.S Old indebtedness lipid IVHlt4l'l .1llrifl New IluildiiiKS nnd (Jroimds . 8600.00 i:i.,.r. l,H77.s:i 1! 3,7rili.70 i,ru.i;i; :i,;n;:t.i;i; ..II" " rr7. t s I'.'.OIt 0. S. aos ....7.7 ....7.7.7.. 7.7. l,070;ot) rS 074 ti'l Ut'oo 07 Total Disbursements Amount in treasury on June 30, I'JiiO Ulli'ji) K. C. Bolun. Secretary of County Hoard. JKNNIK lilCCINS. County Superintendent of Schools. tnii'lliu' crop, lree tin lexelllU In Hume, Mo., where fnrm buildings. the severity of the storm wra irrent-e- i was deiii'tlUhed mi i a xaruu uearby buildings ilniuai;el. Hlgtit luches of lulu fell at Hume. I will tell at public auction the old Stephen Ison home place, located one and a half mile North of Buena Vista and on the Buena Vista and High Bridge road and within one quarter of a mile of the Buena Viit uraded school. 1 his farm contains about 70 acres of land, with coni8tin of two houses, stock barn, good orchard, good out- WILSON o. k:s mine sine icncei ana two springs. Prtsldent Approves Majority Report dwelling it a two story brick, with seven large comfortable iThe of Coal Commission Increasing Wage 20 Per Cent rooms. On this farm is also a tenant house, new, consisting of two rooms Washluaton. Auc President and brand new. Wll.on npproei the mnjorlty report About twenty-fiv- e acres of this farm is now in grass, the remainder of the anthracite ronl In. f contract miners in COm. which rr.iodns the was Wll broken out of blue orasi nA ' k k.,4M Iwcu piowea .il ht nut over prevut rate, fOT U I teen years. er employiil n coiupnny nre file':,,:: SnT ;?11FJ$L. Tl?e location of this farm is ideal, being in one of the best neighbor- tlou nnd uiltier' hibonrs nml hoods in the COUtltv and dote to one nf ! J, kI. . monthly men. The llnOlni, the report aMa WVIIUVIIi xald, would fix a minimum rule of The land is very productive and capable of bringing the choicest cents per iiour mr tne lower paid grades or tobacco. men In the iiiilhrnclte Industry. The object in selling this land, is to wind ud the estate nf h Magyar Premier Poisoned Stephen Ison. innmpfM, iiuiisnry, aus. inler Teleky Is suffering from blood PERSONAL PROPERTY. poUoulin;. The mlnUler of commerce. M. Ilublmk. will be rctlne premier Ai al, i will sell lome of my personal property consist- lime I recovery. There Al ine until count Teiek) hue been various rumors Hint tliel inST of the followinsT! hi Hii.uuei nee ireiioer e. me dies nnd cotiildenblo myntery has de One half interest in 40 acres of corn: two Riding Cultivator On. case. the elopel Turning Plow; one good Farm Wagon; three good work Horses: HarTornado in Missouri County. ness, Plow Gear etc. Kmisui City, lo, Auif. ind storm of such soutII) nt to iinumiit TERMS LIBERAL AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. to u tornado suepl Hates county. Mn., never-railin- g .11. i 1 1 .Mln- im-- mliieri-- " C-- ii.-.- j .11. I'ri- -i .1111111 j III .11. Aw Col. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. EXECUTOR OF STEPHEN ISON. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 16, 1920 7 BROADWAY" MMl28 ACRE FARMmM ON at Public Auction To settle the estate of the late M. S. Thompson, the fine farm of 128 acres, will be subdivided date. and sold. Remember the AT 10:30 O'CLOCK, A. M. on the premises. The improvements on this farm are comparatively new, having been built by Elder F. M. Tinder and occupied by him as a home. This is one of the very best, most fertile and conveniently located farms in Central Kentucky. It is on the Lexington pike, known as the Boulevard of Garrard County, about 2 miles from Lancaster, in the Lancaster Graded School District. The farm will be offered in several subdivisions. One of the subdivisions will consist of the beautiful SUBDIVISIONS residence, tobacco barn and all modern outbuildings, and about 70 acres of land, which will make an ideal home. The remainder of the farm will be offered in two parcels. The farm will then be offered as a whole. Wednesday, September 29th PURPOSE OF SALE We are offering this farm for sale with the consent and upon the direction of the heirs and widow of the late M. S. Thompson, and is offered for sale for the purpose of settling his estate. It is a rare opportunity for obtaining a desirable home or homes in a good neighborhood, with all modern conveniences. We invite the public to look over this proposition before the day of sale. TERMS WILL BE EASY AND MADE KNOWN ON THAT DAY. J. E. Robinson, Executor ESTATE. OF M. S. THOMPSON'S CARTERSVILLE. ( leo Kay. MifM rhrr wfufi il ..ne tr-- p .n m cintry frti jtv u. e neser become cxiirni niwa me J Cracks at Creation. If .u i 'i'ite able to n alil'i nut cu our car halk on $unda, (.o to church inttrad. u COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. ;axkai:i cijutit coikt. M.lun dant. VS. The fellow who make a Imc noue it ture ta be heard thnt't all. ".Safety but ter I5. rt al. . Plaintiff. et al, Defen. d en. Rrntit "tafety nlwuyt" are f flrt" it a wad tloiran. wvubl be a bet- llobert Layton't (irdn Hub value, unle a feltew Mo mum Mf enmirh ! v4y tfc phi. Puminnt to a judgment rendered under-ii.jrneSllonce i kUw, Mian tay, but ttt the Augutt Term. 1120. the win far a tud are Commiwloaer will tell at public aurUoti to the higfcwt and belt Will te be paid. Dtwr in bidder at the Court 1 Houtc A. M.. ljtocater. Ky.. at 1 o'cWrt. Ufe i full f MapplntMcntt onl or thereabout, an to to thoa wh-- e permit tkiuAtelve SKPTK.MHKI! 27, 1420. feel MONDAY. nt yu 1 the real etnte mentioned in the p!mdiii nnd described i follow: In (iarrard County. KoBtucky. on ('recti, 0 water of Paint I.ieklleginningami at .le.rribcd n follow: the Hyatt-v,,l- r a Make nt tin edge .V Kirkville Turnpike, on branch near thi mouth of a hollow and corner to Lot No. 3; thence .lown Mid branch S hT'a h 20. & l..cJ to a buckeye Mump, corner to Hcndrcn nn.l Wnh Walker 0 iivw Levy Dunn; thence with mid alker'i lino X 42 4 K1I pole to n take in fence and opposite a houte; on pule to a fence X 2t K 10 l.ick Crock Maketwo nnd tin- - bank of Taint u.tt to center of Mime; thence down X f2 aid Crock with it meander diawitwl. perH a Any ran but It's quite Hive KOd advice, dUITerottt tkiai: to if The Hi.m who vcrmtos Uh ability enmpnien launched tend tympathy to the generally lourns when teo Into that of equal optortnnitie for malet. in their tad hour of Ik- - had to ovorrntc. tin The fellow who it teo ImlilTerent The lllblo ndmenitlMNi u to ttdl to vote can now remain at ham and tk truth, but witdom dUtaton that wah dithe while hi wife cow te COY we be careful who wc tll it to. the poll and performs her duty n Mr. Jamo Sander and baby pcnt Make a practice nf turmountini: a eiliton. Monday with her mother, Mr. K. 11. the little problem of life and there Don't clue yourtelf to one twt. liny. will be no big ontu to bother you. The grn can't crow under your feet, Mr. Mnttio Harvey who ha been X 42 K who obtruct it W K i.olc X i K 22 poll Whun you Warn to depend upon ami the fellow corner: now f. I pole to W. A. with the law of vititing her titter ha returned to her Krowth inturfen you will no . home. HI ll'nck In tho bank of wild Creek yourtelf in all thiru: nature. Keep moving. 2 rolo from renter of mmoj thonco lutik'er werry over what other may OHve Proton pent a few Mi now Kd IJIark, do. w th Mild Hot' line, no one ever dayi. with Mr. and Mr. U. (5. Preiton Time wat when Mhi W 7h polct to a Make in tame It It human to admire men who thought tho country would go Dry, latt week. and corner to Lot Xo. 3; thence with no of Lot Xo. a S 20 '3 W 4hTi "do thinir" but there are Umiv or that women would be allowed to Agnc Simptoii spent a Mi i..!c to a Make in Held; theiicu S 7 when we think mre of thuckn, who vote, or that--bu- t. Uut week with her iiter Mr. V. pule to a mulberry in a hollow: we never kmiw what it going to Spewl Sherrow. thence S 1 W 22 polei to the place of don't. biff u on the bean next acre ac-- t beginning, containing Mr. and Mrs. Walker llurdette an i There it one ward in the Knclith rding to turvry. pent Sunday with "Mr. an I , cii!drn The purchase of the inle I to di- latik'uaco that rcpretenU a mole hill arising from tcnlny and n mountain tomorrow l Mr. Jim Hick. vide the net proceed jolHt the ale uniong the lwrtlc Mr. and Mr. William I.atn were "tcandal." tt.vncr n their interett way appear. the guett Sunday of Mr. and Mr. TKlJMS: If we evor rtch the (Mint where Jame Sander. TS1 tale will bo made on n credit automobile are run en wind tome Agne Sim pi on wan the plea.-nu- t Mi Uto AftM you Mt-al- wift will politician will outdittancu even of tix month and the purchaser gueit Sunday vf her cuuiln Mi be reciuired to execute bond with themtelvet. Mnttie lleulah Cobb. apjirowd tecurlty for the purchnte price, due In ix inonthi, and bearing Wc conlidently look for a heavy Mr. and Mrt. Hubert Caiter and mx per cent interett from date until in the mule vote at the Nov children were the guett Sunday of nnd effect of increate paid, having the force Mr. and Mrt. Luther Kaney. a judgment upon which execution ember election. Xo tplrited man may itiue, payable to W 11. Itrown. want to have hi neighbor chuckling Mr. and Mr. Jame Matthew and Mutter CommiMloner of the Cnrrard over the thought that he had to May children were the guct of Mr. and Circuit Court, and lien will be reterv- - st home and mind the kid while hi BmABMaVnlteAiWinnWnBBVL VMft I Mr. and family. Kilat Matthew id upon the property told until the wjfe did the voting purchnte money it paid. Mr. and Mr. I'mton Snyder and W. 11. Hrown, Mutter Comml'tioner family and Mr. Kvu Teater were When you feel that It it unwlws Currnrd Circuit Court. the niet Sunday cf Mr. and Mr. to tell even a part of the truth you IL C. McROICRTS. Uaaitr. ! K. Koblnton, Att'y fcr 1'IITt J. -- 'f tet a k'owl uxumpJe. with their cousin Miss Bertha HatMaudie and Ethyl Cloue field on the Danville pike. J!c It. II. Jcnninc filled his .Micj lvn, Monto, nnd Irene Harand Annie Mae Spcake were the vis-- J Sjr.. cnti of the frailtut of at Wilmt!t C'hnpel on itor of Mr. Coleman Locker Sunday din have returned to Lexington after other, and perhap they will be lert Sunday a month visit to their parent Mr. afternoon. critical of you. O. J. Hardin and fmily. Mr. and Mr. P. I., (iabbard were Mr. nnd Mr. Kverctte Duncan andi and Mr. If the job m bnrdtr than you the rue! Sunday of their ton Krnot children were the gueMs Saturday) Mr. and Mr. Aaron Simpson entlKNiKnt it wuU be, tfeon the loiriral (at llorea. night and Sunday of Mr. and Mr.; tertained a number of friend Sunday Mr. J. D. Carter attended church Kdgar Duncan. thine to do it to work harder than Mr. and Mr. Clyde Sander are reyou expected. at Wilmoil Chapel Snturday night Mie Sallie and Xanric Spark ccing over the arrival of a fine baby and Sunday. tpent from Satur l.t uit Sj:S 'ay boy. The ability to tponk .t number of There wn a ad gloom caM over iantmacoi la quite CoiwmetxInWe, but Uti community laM, Thursday wr.en to bo abb- to tpenk our own correct-r- y new rame IhU Mi I.ura I'nron. i more dpadalile. K had met death while crowing She had been bruta If you don't bk the bad luck that murdered, her brnin being beaten i purtuiiiK you, Mk it into the eard ami hitrh ontu a better hind. out. Mi I.ura wn the daughter ( Mr. W. S. I'arntn. She had been in Xo one u prevenunc you. Harlan vout tinre June, being en Keep your cyus anil twr open, and in tvarhing Domettic Sc vucc. your brain active, and your hnmi She leave a father, ..'id movlnir. and romo day you may be vijrnl brothon and Miter bet,te-- ; rocordetl a a turret in life. to a hott of relative and fnend mourn her lost. She alwny h.i.l ceneration, we In mhd future evoryoneShc came in ci ; -pretume, a violent and determined mik for exin fnvar tart with. The entire community will bo nucf1 e n- - romrrc"-- . f .t. b tell.ni: the . 1 - . frgI I lto' Sonora Period Designs. Are cj tntcd for those who believe that thu phonotf.'nph .should harmonize with the decorative style of the room in which it is ,ised. That the phonograph may not only be a joy to the ear but that it fhall be equally harmonious to the eye. We have on hand the Colonial period model for demon-shoul- d so? this style. blntion. AM admirers of Coloninl cabinet work 1 few-da- the now-n-da- y 3'i Mrs. J. A. Amon, Lancaster, Ky. gATONIC The Cer.trsl Record. Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Sept 16,1920 BOOZE TORPEDOES Fired Over Lakes. Dry Official States That New Ruse Is Usrd By llootlaggars To Get Liquor Into U, S. From THEY CHUCKLE Over Knthusiastic By KenIn- sn ClassiM Ct.mi.ii RATESt S.i.g; .nsrrtions Ic a worJ No ad taken for less than Sue in this column. No nds in thu column charged. dorsement OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A WELL ESTABLISHED The Ford Motor Company has given us a large increase in our contract for ford Cars, Trucks and Tractors, which will take all the time of both members of Haselden Bros. So we offer for sale privately tucky Women. A Washington report received in Covington n that Democratic politicians at the national capital are chuckling oer enthusiastic indorse ments of President Wilson's sutlriige record by two women, who are tcry eminent in Itepuhhcan patty mini- ells- - Mrs. Harriet Tuylor I'pton of Christine llradley Ohio and Mrs. South of Kentucky The politician are saing that in view of the en thusiastlc indorsements given by these two distinguished ladles, It wilt he dilfirult for llcpublicaii leaders of tin male species to make It appear that the Democratic administration desert e no credit for putting across "votes for women " There has been presented to President Wilson during the last few days a morocco. hound volume which lie prizes very highly. It contains indorsements by prominent women of his record as a promoter of equal Canada. WASHINGTON- - WhtskyMIed tor pedoes, tired across the Great Uikes from Camilla, are the latest ruses adopted by bootleggers to get sup plies of liquor into the forbidden ter ritory of the United States. Several torpedoes tilled with liquor, have been captured by prohibition enforcement Seven insertions for the price of live Phone orders must be pal J promptly. . ftucKx n9u k rx:x x tcwam Inspectors along the shores of the lake. Our Hardware & Implement Stock This has the very best lines of implements in Central Kentucky, among which is The International Harvester Companies, Deering and McCormick Binders, mowers, rakes, twine, etc., Fairbanks Morse entire line, J. I. Case line, Brown Manly Cultivators, Malta Flows, American Field Fence and many other lines too numerous to mention. This is the best located Hardware and Implement House n Kentucky, and were it not for the reason above we would not part with this business. OUR GOOD WILL GOES WITH THIS SALE and anyone wanting a well paying established Hardware Store will see us at once as we mean business and immedi- ate possession. If not sold privately, will sell at Public Sale at 10:30 A. M. County Court Day, SEPTEMBER, 27th., 1920. Haselden Bros. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. GUNN'S CHAPEL. Mir Inez Land spent Sunday n!(ht with Miss Aline McCulley. Mr. J. M. Amon was in Lancaster on business Saturday. Master Cecil Hurt spent Sunday with Master Kldridge Oailey. Mr. and Mrs. John Hall are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Russell Holman. Miss Atkins of Danville is here to assist Miss Simpson with the school. Misses Thelma Simpson and Beulah May spent the week end in Wilmore. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casey spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James FOH SALK Spotted wny. belong ing to Mrs. J N llroun. formerly ,Ml4 Anna llelle Hurnxde, gentle to The "Go..wa-to-('ollege- " services 'ait Sunday proved quite interesting rule hh.I drive Can he seen at Mr. J G Hurnnde The young men who spoke, Mr Khsha heme of !M7-3- t Uneaster. Koute I Carrier and Mr Will Hire Amon. and the oung hidy who sung. Miss Mart-leM FOH SALK PHIVATKI.Y Lear, did exceptioiiull) well. home pine an Stanford street, just Their church was proud of them A ouUide city ttmiu. containing ahjjt large crowd was present and all en five arresf well improved, with nice joyed the services very much. Prof res denee, him and well equipped Hopkins who is in town this week. slaughter house. Ilayden l.eavell liked the idea uf the special services for those going to college and said now. that In his work In the slate he wus STHAYKD; To my pWe about The Commissioner aitl that en going to urge all churches to observe the m id Me of August, a white and red forcement of the prohibition law some such day every fall shoat. weight alxiut DO pounds Own throughout the country is going can hav pig by proving same and along "as well as could be expected." The theme for the morning sermon er J. F. Adams. paying charges. next .Sunday will be: "Wanted A Major A. V, Dalrymple, inspector for Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan has placed the details of the scheme before Prohibition Commis sioner Kramer. He asked for twen ty.live more agents for the Chicago district in order to make more rf fective the blockade on liquor ship ments. "I intercepted one of the torpedoes myself," Mayor Dalrymple said, "and therefore I know what I am talking about The torpedo leaves the Cana dian shore at a moderate speed and travels about three feet under water When It Is near the Mlchlgnn shore it is picked up by men in a small boat. who are in the pay of the smugglers. Agents undrr my direction captured one of these boats while the crew was engaged in taking the torpedo out of the water "The Great bikes are tilled with all kinds of launches engaged in smuggling hiuor from Canada, but we are getting the upper hand. We seized more than 2,ti00.000 worth of liquor in the district during the past months. In two weeks we seized 22,000 cases. W could use many more men and that is the reason for my visit to Washington nt tint time. Chicago has only agents and easily could use lUty Commissioner Kramer told Major Dalrmpte that the money appropriated for the enforcement of prohibition lid not permit him to appoint any more agents at this tune. He said he believed more men could he Uked in the Chicago district to great advan. tage, but could not supply any more LOS r on Stanford street. Isit Tuesday. Sept 7th. a light red buggy rug. No lining. Iteward if return, ed to this otTire It-p- WANTKD to buy JMJ good grade ewes, not user three years old. .. T. Klce and Co, tf Phone II. D. IVIphrey. .1I7.A VOW SALF.-S- A tru good ones. llry.intsville phone. head of sherp. es K. W. Perkins, Ky suffrage. The indorsement signed by South is b no means a Mr. first el.iss grade FOH SALK-- A hull calf, black, weight ISO pounds. Will sell chr.ip W. Kuvanaugh A FOP. SALK Ten horse power Gaittlme engine and cnsikige cutter, completo with belt. ptrtng etc New Phone S3. Jesse W. Sanders. u.y-tf mllk-und-- "Today." it say. Woodrow Wil son stands forth before the nations of the world as the commanding force for justice and a world demur-nicy- . He goes now to perfect that which has been luptlieii with the tire of battles and sealed with a covenant of blood a world-widdemoc. racy, a democracy in truth of all the people." e ater aifair. pony. LOST Hay more It 4 ha ml high, shod only in front Stray ed from my ptare nt Nina. Sept 4th. Iteward for information. i HJ 2Upd Kb Whitted. Christian Church Notes. e Prices on the North Carolina tobacco market re. ganled as an augury of the Hurley market, Is tin per cent under last season, according to John W Newman, temporary chairman of the Hurley Tobacco Growers Association, who returned from an investigation trip. Farmers at Wilson, the great tobacco center, withdrew their crops ami are planning to form an association U. S. Employe I similar to the Hurley Association, Mr. Hicks. Wins Pension. Newman said. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram I .a nil and sons The Hurley association will hnve n LKXINGTON. KY -- Capt. S. S. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mil. representative at the Government Cole, IM years old, superintendent of hearing on tobacco prices in Mt. Sterton Itoss. Camp Nelson National Cemetery, the ling and Maysville, he announced. Mr .and Mrs. Clarence McCulley oldest active employe of the United and son were guests of Mrs. Minnie States Government, has been reap- It is freely charged in North Carolina that tobacco manufacturers McCulley Sunday. at a pointed superintendent for a period meeting in Atlantic City in June set BURLEY WAR Mr. and Mrs. Hurvey Teater and of two years by the War Department. the prices for this year's crop, Mr. family spent the week end in Jessu-min- e Captain Cole wns notified recently Newman said. with relatives. that he would be retired on a pension In North Mr. Newman, after opening head- Looms Mis.es Aline McCulley, Jessie Itay, but he asked to be allowed to continquarters here Monday, will make a olina. Iva llollon, Mr. Klmer Hay, Mrs. John ue in the service. number of speeches in the Hurley disHe was a stair otficer with General Land and son were guests of Mr. and trict. 5,000 Growars Halk Al Prices and Mrs. Frank (.and and family Sunday. Sherman during the Civil War, after Begin To Organisa. having been an aid to John C. Fre Mr. Tom Price had u narrow esThe old practice of going about cape last Tuesday when he lost con- mont on the latter's western uxpedi n"i n ones Miouiner nas All tobacco wareliou.es in Green trol of the car lie uat driving. The tiun. about died out. Too much danger ville, N. C, the State's tobacco marmachine struck a telephone pole with w ket, were shut down last week, acI'luiltrri. KltWMK llie (flip). of .such force that the pole was broken cording to a telegram received by the We wish to thank the people of anil an extra heavy windshield was Hurley Tobacco Growers Association liryuntsville for their many acts of ohattered, of Kentucky, It was announced by K. kindness during the illness of J. C. te For M. Manstietd, secretary. The market Mention. WOLF TRAIL. opened last week in Greenville nc. To Dr. (ireen of Danville, the Ite. cording to Mr. Manslield's informaMrs. Abe Hurton spent the week lluilion unit nil kind friends in Luti. tion, and a top price of twenty cents end in Madison. caster who assisted ut the funeral, was olTercd us against fifty cents last Mr. and Mrs. Klijah Mc.Millian were we are deeply grateful. year. Mrs. J. (. Mention, on the sick list last week. Sales were stopped und 6,000 growW. U. Mention, Miss Jessie Sowers made a recent ers adjourned to the courthousu yard Mr. and Mrs. M. I). Kennedy visit with Mr. and Mrs Hobert Sowers. and decided to fsiriu an organization similar to the Hurley Association, Mr, Mr. Allen Teater is suffering front I A Memoriairi. Mansfield stated. They wired for the u painfully sore foot, caused from I constitution and of the Kenhtepping on u nail. In loving memory of my little tucky Association. Miss Fruncis Davis spent one night daughter Minvetle i'ope Casey, who Mr. Manstield und John W. Newrecently with Misses Lillian A., Stella died February 2lt, 1920. man returned recently after holding Dear little Minvelle 1 miss you so, mid Katherine Dally. aad all kladi of meetings of tobacco growers In cit. Mrs. Minnie McCulley and duugliter All through the day wherever I go, ies of this State which were attended All through the night how lonely it were visitors Saturday of Mr. and by large crowds, Mr, Manstield said. I seems, Mrs. Clarence McCulley, No little Minvelle wakes me out of my, THK KENTUCKY FUTURITY SEE OR PHONE Misses liernice and Uessie Teater I dreams. ($14,000) will be raced at Lexingwere the pleasant quests of Mr, Hutch I miss you all thru the weary hours, ton. Tuesday, October 6. The beat Moberley Monday night. I miss you us others do sunshine and lie Id of the year, probably of (he deMr. and Mr. Joe Kay and children flowers. cade, will start Daystar, Natalie the Mrs. CUrence McCulley and Day time or night time Mr. and wherever I go Lancaster, Ky. Great, Emma Harvester, Lucile Har. uti visited relatives Sunday. Dear little Minvelle I miit you ss. Quick Service aad Good Work vciter, Belle MacKtmie, Voltage, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard and Mather. Signal Peter and other winners. chil-dre- children were with Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Moberley a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Kay had as their guests Sunday, Mrs. Inez Kaines and little daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Al-ridge and children, Mrs. Carl Moberley was u guest in the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey delightfully entertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Klijah Mc.Millian and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey and daughters. Mr. Homer Kay was en. tertained in the afternoon. LEAF PRICE DROPS In North Carolina. LKXINGTON, KY d Oldest Against Venturesome, Heckles Faith." It will be rather a challenge to the con. gregation in view of the work that ought to be accomplished this fall In the evening the ami winter School., Young People will meet In their Sun The following rates have been fixed day ovening service and then adjourn by the Hoard of Trustee for non- mrnt will be had to the Methodist a union welcome resident pupils who enter the Lnn- - Church to Join in service to Itcv. Price Smith, the newcaster Public Schools: I and II 124.00 par yaar. Methodist minuter. Grade Grade III and IV $30.00 par year. The annual State Convention of Grade V and VI $38.00 par yaar, the Christian Church will convene at Grade VII, VIII $40.00 per year the First Christian Church in Louis High School $90.00 par year. ville next Monday evening, Sept. 'JO, Tuition is due and payable in ad and continue for three days. Some vance, one half at the beginning of xpeaker of nation-wid- e reputation each term. will appear on the program in addiMUSIC RATES. tion to many of the prominent men $6.00 per school month of four and women of Kentucky. Special weak eight Utsosts (2 aach waak). rates will be granted to all members $3.50 par school month of four of the Christian church who secure an week four leisons (I each week). identification certificate from their Music bills payable monthly. ministers. It Is hoped that several of JAS. A. HKAI.KY, President. the lincaster and Garrard County L. G. DAVIDSON, Secretary. people will attend. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Hourland will represent the local It. congregation. TUITION RATES 3t Lancaster. Ky For Lancaster Graded FOR SALK Frame home of sevsi rooms, basement, cistern nnd city water. House comparatively new, shade and out buildings. Located on Crab Orchard street, known as Ash ley property. Possession January 1st. 1921. Price ItOOO.OO. For IMrt-gt-pd- further particulars apply at the . Ijncaiter Flour Mill.. Visit Ohio and Indiana while the crops are growing. See our wonder ful crops of corn, tobacco, clover, alfalfa, blue grass nnd etc Write for free price list of farms can suit you in any site, price or location. JOHNSON HKATY . Greenville Ohio. Ohio & Indiana Farms For Sale. Huy a farm In Ohio's best county "Darke," with thirteen hundred miles Assessed valuation of of pike roads. million Darke County Is eighty-sevedollars. The entire county is blue grass land, mostly black tile drained n Car The Transylvania As usual, the best all. aire race of the year will be The Transylvania ($5,000) nt Lexington, Thursday, October 7. The Held is most evenly balanced and amongst those eligible to start tire Peter Manning "JiO.'t'j, Don de Lopez '.' ;0I4, Charley Hex I inn Jay 2:01 ,, Dr. Nick Peter 2:0 Mi, Haron Cegantle 2:01 June 2:0IS, Peter Coley 2:0 H., Nedda 2:0.1 ,, Arion McKinney .;0.r. and Peter I.. 2 .Of.1... that forced Peter Manning to trot in 2:0:1'., Just think of eight trotters with records better than 2:05 being eligible to start In the same race; and remember that all but one have won races this year. Such a field was never before heard of. land. Fine for tobacco, corn, wheat, oats, clover and alfalfa. No better country for dairing und hog raising. Write for free price list of Ohio and Indiana farms. Can suit you in any sue, price or location desired. & Heaty, Greenville, Ohio. H.2C- - It. On October I, the opening day at LKXINGTON, there will two be races that will go down in history, the Card Thanks. :"., Up-To-Da- Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, by-la- Repairing, ,. Tin Work P.Billiams&Co Futurity (17000) for and the Walnut Hull Cup ($3000) for trotters. In the former every good if year old in America is eligible: und of those named for the Cup eleven have already won amongst the very best company, namely, Peter Coley, Tootsie Toise, Millie Irwin, Native Chief, Walnut Frisco, llonniu Del, Comlt, Hrotber Peter, Kliza Dillon, The Cumberland, the world's big llovola und IMgar Worthy. battle amongst the great pacers, will be decided at LKXINGTON Wedncs- OHIO AND INDIANA FARMS lay, October l. Of those eligible to FOR SALE Huy a farm in Ohio's start fourteen ure winners this sea- - best county, "Darke", with thirteen Amongst them are those won- - hundred miles of pike roads. Assessi. lerful stake mares Margaret Dillon. ed valuation of Durke county is "the pride of New Knglund," Princess Kighty Seven Million Dollar. The Mury, the wonder from Canada, und entire county I blue grusa land, mostthe consistent Juno, that will be back- ly black tile drained. Visit our couned by the men from Ohio and Penn- try while the crops are on, aee our sylvania. These mures have nut met tobacco, corn, wheat, oats, clover and this year and a big crowd is expected alfalfa. No better country for dairy, ing and hog raising. Write for free to see the race. price list of Ohio and Indiana farms, Little children see the fault of can suit you any size, price or location other a they are, but often we desired. JOHNSON AND HEATY, adulu aee them a we would like them y.ltf.31, to be. Greenville, Ohio. Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 16. 1920. Mow A Big (tt J.imr Eight Paijot TMIRTYJFIRST YIAH NUMBER tJ. Wheatrop Speed) POINT LEAVELL- Delayed. Mr Taylor WOLF TRAIL. Delayed. in were the pleasant guest of Mr, net-ti- e l.o.'an ami Mm. Andy Huffman. BUCKEYE. Master H dmon J. McMilImn ha been on the slek lit. Ml Mndn Leckor wn a visitor In been Df Mr. F.lijah McMilImn hn Fine fields of wheat have been few Mrs. I'.i'li Hamtnott, who hn been r.ville last week. sBiTenn from a ssivere rlxen. (ft between this senon, so when ill improving. Mim lleulnh May vWiUd her moth-e- r I learned thnt Mr. A. V. Hiinlln, of Mr. Abo Utmost attended tile burat Wihiiore Saturday and Sutnlay. Mr Kill Hell h returned to ial of Hm uncle, Mr. Square llurton Obit-urhail thirty acre County. work at I'aint Lieb. Miie Lucille and Hope Sandcm , I trriil juy to the Saturday. uu(h were villed relative in Nicholasville lnt In ry camera and went out to m- - Mi I lower of Ilerea hn been the Mr. and CAM n, Joe liny and THE week. t the lU'M. guest of Mi.. Kilnn Mitchell. pii Iternnrd, attended the Lexington Hev. Charles Hinc of Louisville When I saw th'.- - field, nliout the Mr. S. A. Ilammons ha returned Fair Friday. The Ford One Ton Tnick it .1 profitable delivered a splendid sermon here Sunmiddle of July, the wheat was in the home Mrs. Hnrve Teiter and daughter, day afternoon. after a week' visit with his "le.nt of liurdcn" ami Mirely Im the "right of shock. Tin bundle were long, of y MU Uerniee vilted Mr. Hugh soil in lliirboursville. way" in every line of Inivncsi activity. Vat all Mr. Nora Teater and Misse Kthjl linn color and heavy with welblilled recently. Mime Mary nnd Kdna Hignite of trucking purpose, in the city anJ for all heavy Hay and Sallie Lou Teater were In bend. An we walked over the field Mr. nnd Mrs. James Matthews Louisville Wednesday ami Thursday One Ton Truck work on the farm, the inspecting the wheat, Mr. Hanlin Winchester have been the guests of spent the day Monday with Mr. and answered nuestions, olTereil sugges- Mis Ada lliimmon, an.I Mr. Mai Carter and family and Mr. with its manganese limnzc worm-!riv- c Hay. Mrs. Ml tions nml chatted as only un enthusl-asti- r and Mr. Oscar Hay nnd Mr. Kdd Allie Mae Hell ha returned 'jn, every other For.! merit of simplicity Mrs Motile llrnwn ha returned D.iiley and family spent Sundnay at farmer rnn chat nbout hi soil home after a plenant visit with Miss strength in construction, economy in opeati..i, home in Lancaster after a de. High Hridge. to nml 'he crops he grows 011 it. lie in- I.illle Catnette at I'aint I.ick . low purchase price, ;amb head arid shouUen lightfut visit here. formed me that a seed home had Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sander were above any other tnuk on the market. Drp Mr. ami Mrs. I'awolt D.iiley were in Louisville last week where they held of wheiit and thnt the houe had KUCKEYE jiJ Ist'sulkitovcrand leave yourorJsrforon;. agreed to take the grain an oon a visiter Saturday and Sunday of Mr. purchased a nice line of Fall and Delaye 1. per buhcl. nMd Mrs. Cyru Dailey. it was threshed at winter good. t a representative out to ee thl Mr. Karl Dailey and Miss Ilert I'rof. and Mr.. Cranfill returned MiMt' Myrtle and Christine Davit Dailey were week end visitoM of Mr. per I yield A wished to have the home Sunday after attending tne any car We are n t intereste ! acre mid other dntu concerning the are vi4itinr in IMchmend. Marse Wheeler and family of Lancaiin Danville and visiting hi viiti. ter. except ti.e K)ti MM Lucille Sander crop for thi little story, I gut Mr. parent near Lawrenceburg. state-inerelatives in NichIaville. Iliirdin to promise me u full A Mr. and Mr. James Land and Mat immediately after threshing. Miss Hath Hay left Saturday for ter Jarre It. and Mi Hattie Ii. I'rire Coral. I receied the fol- -- H (In July J"ith. several month stay in lllinats. were in Ijineaster Saturday for the Oenulne coral may be roil, plnlc low intr information: Mrs. Hllen Walker, of Richmond day. white, blue, yellow, green or black, th ! "The Held of wheat which you vt- f Mm. F. S. Mr. nnd Mr. KHJnh McMilltan and last bln the rarest and most high ' tel earlier in the month contain has been the guet prlze-1- . I'ieratt. sen spent tie week end with Mr. and ly M. rty ncre and thrwhiMl '.MJO bushel Hick-- , in the Mt. Hebron Prof, and Mr. C ran fill and Mis Mrs. Tom of grain, or an average of 3!! bushels May are in Danville this week section. per acre Tin i 11 very heavy yield lteuti.it Mr. and Mr. Harmon Teater ami you consider the fact that IS attending the Institute. when Mr. and Mrs. Cecil dulley of Nicho- children of Jeommine were guest corn I arret of the 30 grew u crop of The remaining lf acres lasville were guests of Mr. II. W. Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. Alhint season. wan in iwtntee. The IT. acre which Sunder from Sunday until Tuesday. len Teater. Miss Sntbe I.u Teater led the Mr. Wilbert Dailev recently nur- t'rew 11 crop of potatoes in HMW, had w j'I apr'y ar acre of land from Stomach'Kidneys-h'':art-Live- s receive a monthly 1,000 pound of fertilizer put In prayer meeting last Wednesday eve chaed thirty-fou- r very Keep the v.tul organs heal'.h by Ha some a jwai.e far 'ie child's rtarttg, to when the potatoes were planted. ning. Miss Saltic A Nuel will lend Mr. John Dailey. ar- - 11c good improvement on it. thj wo"!d sta.-.- i b Another application of 250 pounds ! next Wednesday evening. t)iitiru' f r ew-rsrezuar' ' .. f the funl remjdy for kidrey, liver of the fume fertiliser went in with I .on By i.ir tig t the i r t'.-- n and .Mim (ilaiiy.4 .McCulley and .Master arii Mr and Mr.. Morris He the wheat it win drilled. The 15 daughter, of l'oer llldge an.' Mis Clay McCulley spent the day Monday b'.add;r ixnd uric astJ troubles te acre 111 corn received (100 pounds of Ultian Kelley of Lancaite were with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley. PAINT I.ICK this fertiliser at planting time in guests of Mr. and Mrs. I.ouU Noel Mrs. Jnsper Matthews spent one nioM'd iui;i and the wheat received 'Jul) Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Thos. day recently with Mrs. Hnrve McCul(tounds of the tame. into their new home Monday, Mr. and Mrs. I.. I.. Sanders and ley. j "This fertilizer contains 'Jt per cent son, of Crab Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. Detroit Mr Chester Metcalf of Mr and. Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and ammonia, 10 per cent nvailahle spt'itt Tuesday with friends here. Hiram Hay, Mrs. Nora Teater, Misses son snent the last week-enwitnlTa N.iar.il RtxJr of K '.al fir aciil nnd 10 per cent nturi4nJ.nJjrs4by Qiin Wi Mr J. M. Metcalf of Stanford has Sallie I.ou Teater, and Kthel Kay, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sebastian and Obligatory maternal senice i pro. mini. At u JruvrlsM, tae .. phosphoric ncid. No potash and Mr. and Mm. It, W, Sanders were Mr. and Mrs. Vinjit Sebastian, Mr. France by a noted Parisian been douik.' some surveying for It. (' poed in lsk I.SMi Call Msjsl an iiitf bs used, because the farmers nbout t mo isutsUas in Lexington Thursday for the fair Abe liurton Accompanied them and phymcian n a solution for the prob- Woods ' here have learned that our soil conThe lem of repopulatinc France. Mid Uoss, Mrs. Uoy Hstrid;e Mrs. proposal provides that ''all French and Miss Kthel Kstnd;e were Kich- - tains nil the potash we need, and there i no rraon to squander good women between the aire of 18 and 40 j monj visitor recently potash ns we money on are liable to maternal service me Karnest Wood. Jr., has been In thoe day we useil to years iiko, military ser- unir as men are liable to Mr. and Mrs. believed that we couldn't Krow pota. his grand-paren. Jno White in Nicholasville for a toes successfully without some potWomen failing to become mother ash in our fertilizer. would be required to contribute to I'roO l.oyd Creech of Williams-bu"Iteslde the use of this fertilizer the upkeep of womeu with children. College visited his uncle, Mr. to help me produce a bumper crop practiwork "The plan would W. C. Wyme and Mrs. Wyme last of wheat, I have used rare in the cably," sys Its author. "Women be. rotation of crop and especial care in stated, eicept indig- week. tween the ace Messrs. (.uy and Jack Duerson and the preparations of the soil, Before Inent women enrolled In charitable went into wheat in the fall stitution, would be required to pay wives and mother, Mr. and Mr. J. this field It had been in orchard ura of I'.M'.i, D. Wyme, Mr. and Mr, lllalne obannually a certnin fund for aid to Misses Klitabeth Conn, Fannie for three years. The year before ligatory matrimony, to which the Dowdcn attended the base ball kmio that the field was In clover, which tlovernment would also subscribe was hogged down with 100 hogs. I "After child birth the mother at Nicholasville, Monday, allowed this clover to remain on the ground, ns I am a believer in the upbuilding of my land. "When this land was prepared for the com ami potatoes grown in 1919, I broke it ri inches deep. It was later disked nnd dragged until the soil was n perfect seedbed and there were no clod at all in it. I have always put a great deal of emphnis on the thorough preparation of soil before . the planting of crops. In fact, 1 think the preparation of the soil a crop is planted mean half of the cultivation. l.at fall when this land was prepared for wheat it wa Wai Grown. Hnmmoni m 1 K. UNIVERSAL 1 .ir. Mob-erle- Ir! h - Me hr n l-- I aselden Bros Garage. s.-n- nt WATCH THE BIG 4 ' COLO MEDAL -- MATERNITY 1 , . The Forced To French Nation To the Re-popula- I - ... I pho-pho- d le tr hi hurh-price- vis-lti- t, few-day- n; Kst-ridg- e. Wanted FURNISHING GOODS, Garrard County volunteers to join our Army of Customers. 1000 Electric Light and Po For the Farm Don't be deceivedCome to our store and get our prices on lie-fo- doubled disked and harrowed. The wheat drill wa followed by n double cultipacker to firm the soil thorough-ly- " From the above statement it can be seen quite plainly that Mr. Hardin line not pin hi faith to any one agency in the production of big crops. He does not believe absolutely in crop rotation a the only thing need, eil to get big yields. He does not feel thnt a tine fertilizer, which is built to rill the need of hi noil, will do everything desired in crop production. Neither doe he feel that the thorough preparation of his soil Is alt that i esential. He believes nnd practices his belief in the use of all HEN'S HARDWARE AND GROCERIES. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Get in the habit of trading at our store and you will like it. Install the Cekbrated SiUnt ALAMO Utkt Selectinff an electric liht and power plant is a serious Proposition. You should know liow to do it wisely. You that the engine is the most vital of any plant and that severe Sartengine to pieces is a menace vibrationtowhich racks always be avoided. three of these factor In securing heavy production. He rotate crops carefully; he feed livestock on his clover; he plow hi land deep; he pulverize and pack hi soil; and he add some extra available plant food. You Anawar. No Vibration iciency of die motor No Noise aurel It had been ralnl:i nil day, and finally little Nettle aske.!; "Mamma, when O'xl leta all the Juice queex. out of a cload what doea bo do with The Silent AUnxt ha a noiseless sleeve valve motor. It is lha mat efficient and quietest t unnin g I) pe of motor ever built. In Union, there i no dangerous vibration in the Silent Alamo. Thus the eff- itr THE it maintained, tfcU and steady, reliable service Big Store Scott & Son, Props. V renurlubte plant mi. Learn far Sf yourself why it i aerferAxl rwrjKkm. If you cannot cmm today, 'phone ur write for a representative. a ileatonstf alioa of A. T. Ky McRMCRTS MUG STOKE. IECKCII i MLLM0, IryMteviNt, The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 16. 1920 r M. St 99 Waking Up . StkaM nesiy bacb iillllMlf Him,!'. Safe fatt. HATFIELD DENTIST Office ovtr The Carrara) Bank. S. Phones Office LANCASTER, 4 SB JW HMMM T Ichm, Tmw.WHn Dn'l r UW. Haau'.Safw i.lkft. Br ALDEN CHAPMAN l r.li.rvl v.miiiii dreg Morton had ben for two jesir s clerk In tin- - rtore of Seth Urn) He rm miiiI ecnil Iitintlr.il dollar nnd both hi etnployir unil lilii daughter Until, who Iii'I'm In tlii' store, liked lilti. nml uiln.inil lilt thrifty wn). i iilmo-- t iiiin.tiolotily H'.th Imil lmortiitit element In forming the rbnriiiterof tin- - jotinc mnn, hut More Itutli. thrift Hint humble cohti htmeiit vnt nil to the wind one tiny, when l litter irrrhiil Informing Morton that a hail fallen heir to a Miinll fortune. lie M -- U'tml III- - I'oxltloti III the Ktoei ti telephone, hnlf Willi with the I In of N,'cnil thou tmilliiti' uiiiil ilollur ren"eiitlni: nrt'uiiitiln-tloon limtnu iil. the irluclml of hIi.iIi wn to I'lMimie hi further on, rinn n few iln) Inter he MenriM it the tore, reili nilelit n to nttlrv I i' L fry y M m rhTOMY. rrka fS. tM? afi I Nilr Closing Out Sale OF ALL PERSONALTY AND DISPERSAL SALE OF FINE HERD, .STORM ES DRUG STORE. Heme Surroundings A Residence 376, KENTUCKY. Count. J.J.Byrne Exclusive. depressing or cheerful houe Wall. woodwork, men. ilrnpirlc. fur nlture. picture, ornament enter Inte the color scheme of the Optimttrilt DANVILLE, 4 KENTUCKY. Opposite Cilcher Hotel. Office Hour 8 to 12 and 1 and n discordant note nmnnc any of thei will jlfHroy the unity of the whole house or hullillnc. Color inul he balanced Jut a form are. s 40 HEAD, OF REGISTERED JERSEYS to S p.m. Fossils. Thoueh historical gintpgy and the. study of ancient lift depend chiefly on the term lm been ery vncuely nnd loosely applied. . n pre-- xnlon G. B. SWINEBROAD f(ll, J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL Office Over DIRECTOR Nation) Hank. Residence I'hor.e 3. Office rhone'27 LANCASTER.' KY. fi'.ll I nil ohject which former exNteiue of nn which ha heeti hurleil am! prrvliua hy KKiloslcal ciium-- . to hMorlc time." The mntii!iiti In the arctic lie l n foll. a leaf hurled In the cutter l not: ami a truly trit!nl orjninlMii may not he a foimll. tHie: A Inillcnti fre-aen-- eil pre-serv- jniiihln't cet nroiinil hefonv If jmi mill imy uioney, iIiimiv.iihI or J on mn tmil jour "Yoll're "I Setiic ' rich." ""' nine iimiI ho ileclarvO. "thiit Mr irn ttot to I Saturday, Sept 25 AT 10 A. M. At my home, County. 1 liiiliie." II l l Kinl-heartii- l ti n e-- hao to , mile West of Lancaster on the Danville Pike, Garrard H. J. PATRICK, DentlMt. Paint Lick. Kentucky lni mo! t. rriM. 'riN.iiV . lire.' Hike the ton kee.v, fellow "hilt lire Ilutti my motto, ami I ii'tnlr In the newr Ihini COMMISSIONER'S Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Purnuant to n judgment rendered Call. Aaswarad Promptly Day or at the Aucust Term, H2, the under-- 1 tl., siKned Commissioner will sell at put)- Night. Phone 317. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY I 'hlnk I'll Ih'hI it woril or two to t.er if you iloli't ohject." t nont. ami neither "111 Itiilh. We miv j on too much for Unit." A hlx Morton tolik'tit out Itutli. :,,r,H,1 f,,n" f' " "I-- "' l', r r OARKAKD CIRCUIT COURT. filii' H llClle ene of 1 lalntrth. Mary Lee Uay, et al. .,, frl,.lllU n only tem . lit. hut the emotion licit. Mjrtle Wearrcn, et, al. had nlreiuly (inr,. ,ltllj SALE OF LAND ,,,,;,. ,,, ..,... iiw,t!?nrhB.; Honaker Fine Cat Flowers. from Lancaster. o'clock. P. M.. or thereabout!", on IS CATt'tftlVY , the renl estate ment oneil in the un fc .?ots:?hi" 2:.10 Kentucky, at lm Il)(.k , , l,.,J( ,.mrill,. . ,, , w, M.II(, ,,,, w r,. ( PARTIAL LIST. Otic Pair Ht'.t mart' mulo.i in County, J anil 5 yoar.i old. One Pair (5 yrar old niatclu'd man' miilt'., One year old horso mtile, Out' i) year old mare mulo, f)ni' yearling horse mule. One '' year old Keldinir. One family horse, One 1) year old saddle and work mare, 111 Hrood sows immune, One Heinstered Iluroc Hoar, !)() Shoats, weight TiO pounds, One new Hinder, Avery Tractor with double khk plows, I ridinn cultivators It turning; plows, ridiuy; plow. 1! double section cuttiiiK harrows, 1! smooth-in"- : wheat drill, corn planters, one with harrows. steel roller, cultipacker, double set of hoppers. I mower, manure spreader, cream separator, two wagons, and a lot of other farm implements, waon harness, plow g;ear, etc, ? 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 THE JERSEYS: r a n-r fri.mlly fmnllh.r way. n kumoiii with him. hut there !,'",,'' ,. , a ,'" Mulckly tiottci-- l. Jihn M. McRabtrtt. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. -'- niM hrUhtly. cet my cou.lti .. the Lancaster and houcht ou one. about 'J'a miles from Lancaster. nndMunlMir-- t pin, ami is the same conveyed to Vnt. and ton," nnd he extended a little vehet Mary Lee Ray by William Burnett, et inn eipolnc n pretty tinnhle with ,ion ii iliumomU In It. al, by deed dated January 24th. 1114, nnd recorded in the Gnrrarii County ..( W1I( nch nn M.n Office in Docd Book 31, pace Clerk's ,)r ... poke (rmx 148. and a .l.,l.,.,l tone, "hut clve me that , '"S mtrlhuteil to a reulliiittin f 'Sn'SnS.K'.n llichmond pike. i(.r ohull.j. le Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 ts ri'l1 r'rSl'Vni throCh a pond, in all J..ri5 chains to the corner post of mid fence. N U K 14.05 The undersigned hereby fire wan chnins crossing a deep hollow to n nt the West cilce of n hedge to all persons not to trespass upon fence, corner to any purpose whatever nnd also corner part sold to Caddcll, lur land: for to Caddell other is we will prosecute all offenders to land: thence with said other land. N the fullest extent of the law. Hunt 73 t. 14 .12 chains to u point two POSTED If fire follow ml nn impulse. Inand opposite the pond, said stone n comer to Price Brothers; thence with would hue gathered her Into hi arm same S 83 U V. O. .42 chnins to n nnd told her what he thoucht of her l point IS feet South of Middle of pike Already. howeer. the wile of a corner to the part sold to A. J. iritlmnn. had enveloped him. Caddell and in line to Price Brother j't,,,, , nmJ lI(.hUr,. kng Un, ,, thence with Cnddell. N 8 tt tn,rins . .,.tr owlli particularly ' new-ani- to?! ,f M ,.., ,, cows in milk, S bulls, 18 heifers, several Henister of Iloyally bred, merit cows. Send for special catalogue nivinK complete description and tabulated pedigrees of the jerseys. Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. The jerseys will be sold immediately after lunch. MR. TOM DEMPSEY, Westerville. Ohio. Sales Manager of the Jersevs, ind DON'T FORGET to hear COL D. L. PERRY, of Columbus, Ohio, as the auctioneer. Or. B. Swinebroad LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ,.,, nll H ' '"' made hlin dally. iluceil, hi mr,ny - n.mniile who huns: about There wn a MUa era lntn-poin- t Itursujiin to whom he hail hii-senior hy a few year, hut nrtltlrlally umiiiillnc the fact. She ,n,i M.t .r ,0 mpmre a jounc WALNUT A MEADOW BLUE GRASS FARM FARM .r ers and fishermen especially take -.-;, totice. '"nl' trlvml cust snag) N 14 '3 K 14.U0 chains 'lul""- '"" R. L. Elkia, Mrs. Cora Phillips. wl"1' (oldh,,m ""V u ,"",,,1rh up III M'M to the end post of n wire fence Mrs. Emma Daniels, ptlt the lie mil n lm.ii.tt enrnnr In Cn.l.lell nn.l R. L. Arnold. George Y. Conn; thence with lait! ttfhl umterlully. They fen led on hi hi.iiiity and flattered and cu K pas. I ceiieroii Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, named with wire fence S mg n marked black locust fore andijoleil him. He wat In for Jollity, ami Mrs. Emma HigcinbothasB, aft, in nil Id.l'iO chains to the corner when one day he npiHiired on the Edd and N. B. Price. of a hedge fence at N. ". corner of upvt with a hat controlleil hy a tluy . C. Rigsby. old orchard, with said hedge S 18'i ,.iri. ..,.,1 1, frm t.t head In D. M. Anderson. L o.50 chains N Cl K 4...h chain S ,,, . nr,,llni,ItBc,.N uu chuuiH , ,. ,m s E O .'J4 chnin to the West catc It. L. Barker '. B. L. Kelley. post of a gate: corner to same and in " 'l"'w " reoher frimi line to Cmcillus; thence with rri.-- , J J. C. RIgiby. ot, Miapp.il It and Inmliil cillus and with Hone fence S 4C, W 'U Mrs. Victoria Anderson, 7.20 chains S 11 W 7.'J0 chains to a ' icar h.'tw.i ii hi teeth. It wn de- Thompson and Tracy stone 2 '3 feet 5? end of stone fence tiomlnatiij "tho rluilet hit of the E mn. West bank of branch. S ft lie win lutirted like n king, but branch 1.75 chnins to nj Democratic Nations I Convention Rule. crossing n hedge fence (said point is oru day joint in Morton mwr forgot It. Me had dl s The rule n eMuhllshnl ' V'J Wold gate Cha " mff? die lhr m"1',1 e "'"re.l that he had used up hi entire i by the Democratic national coiivuitlon an nnd road):,Mush, eui, owrtlrnwliig M hank. Oil In Ilaltimom In 1M2 tliut nominated thence with hedge fence S IP. '" """ Andrew Jackson for n second term. 1.08 chains S 41 4 W O.'JO chnin S """" ",,r" .vs cnnins to 11 point in Ilii running mate wns Martin Van 'j ""and hi entire prlm-lpa-' l wn .! Buren of New York. The rulf has hedge at North edge of drain. S 73 i hud failed been famous nntl ItiitexIKe wit since, W 2.47 chains S i'Hj W 2.47 chains! smept awny. though efforts have been made to de- S 54. W 2 chains S 40 4 W 1.78 .ti. night, excitement, hi to chains to n point in the middle of iri,ght 011 a natural reaction. stroy It. Republicans pernio under a , .. , i.uncusier nnu iiicnmonii piKe nnu - WiiiiU. In debt majority rule. In the Baltimore lf., links West of the middle of the . wn riountinted on the mouth of a lane; thence with middle "i.rnu wim new ,ro 10 e. 1... Jackson ninth ballot. III. running mate four of pie N 724 W 4.5U chains N 85 111 ""'I I" f'er and delirium for wii-k- . yiars. before tint) I.m ti John C. W 3.50 chains S 83 W 2.50 chain to oer of South Carolina. n point in middle S 72' W 7.50 "Qiiiiw." wn hi tlrt wonl. faintly chain to the beginning, containing Token, a he o iied hi eje to acres. lnlll rohereiicy. The purpose of the sale Is to divide MM)w,. ..A, KM ,.Ufrr aMOI,B ,hB J'nl f Heth t!my. ton '"' '"" Uu-would he better thoucht ' Sit&ofii:FX, vrulMue ,,,.,! ,n,.. hut At hit.rt GOOD ft 11 mmi-i- AT AUCTION Wednesday, Sept 22, ! ' """ pi-k- I AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. two-third- . On the above date we will offer for sale to the highest bidder, this excellent stock farm belonging to Allen Brothers, situated on the Walnut Meadow Creek, a branch of Paint fertility of the soil in bottom lands) only one- , Lick Creek (these two creeks are noted for the half mile fvom the Berea and Paint Lick turnpike, about 4 miles from Bcrea and about 4a miles from Pnint Lick, Ky, in a good neighborhood, among good people who know how to be neigh- borly, rood schools and churches near at hand. A new road just completed running from the pike to the farm easily traversed by auto f , ' Cul-hou- n Hazelwood SwUiatorium Tubrrcufofis Mslntalnrd by the Loulitllle Aoll'Tubciculotls Astociauon for the sdruuste titatmtnt i f In all iu llagrs at Itu llaa r week, nil. Kates $15,00 bostd, medical attention, Uuodry, etc. High tjiound tuLci-culoill For ih Tnatmtnl of u! lutroundlnjt. f I'wUUni lit IR.Uf.l htM'tl (sulkU. in4 MuMil M HfKUm im iuliiti(or II Dtliglil-- f This farm contains about 200 acres, 40 acres of as fine bottom land as a bird ever flew susceptable to profitable cultivation lover, the remaining 160 acres of gently rolling 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 Friday and Saturday the 10th and know prospective buyers. We will be on this land 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 acres to 100 acres. The improvements consist of good 6 room residence, good 3 room tenant house, a good Tkst kfiTss U.1II lis tYittdci nn srjlit tobacco barn to house 10 acres of tobacco. ...v .(miv nf six and twelve months nnd the pur good thing, wo hnteii't been peMeroil New Wire stack fence will be found over most of the farm. chaser will he required to execute with thou.' new friend of your. .Ml I In re") ue Miit n sen nut to liniilre afwith approved security for the PERSONAL PROPERTY SALE. jrchase price, due in six and twelve ter )ou, once, only." 'icnth respectively, nnd bearing six 'That' more than I e ctil," mid At the same time and place we will sell the personal property of Allen Brothers, conper cent interest from date until paid, Morton, "for she dnippiil me In a tlm.lt sisting of 8 good sheep, two work horses, aged 8 and S years, one good mare 4 years old, 6 good lining the force nnd effect of n Judg- when she heard of iny Im. Not that milk cows, one Holstein Bull (a good individual suhjVt to Registration), one Duroc Boar (subment upon which execution may is I am sorry. 1'alse. mIIUIi hiiinaulty. ject je, payable to W. II. Drown. Master And t took me to registration), one Milwaukee Binder, One Peorie Jr., Combined Wheat Drill, one two In. Well, I'll he able ommissioner of the Garrard Circuit horse corn drill, one Black Hawk manure spreader, one tobacco setter, one mowing machine, Court, nnd n lien will be reserved up- - to git iihi.iit In day or two mid re turning plows, three double foot plows, one ' f u')' charge. I nippow one Osborne Hay Rake, two Disc Harrows, three cti the property sold until the nur-- . f t a hit lutrd nt nm lemlug you riding cultivator, one walking cultivator and one roller, other articles not mentioned. late money is paid. - M ,)" ' .. U r ... tillfltl'Vv. i, II 1111u11.11 .'i. r , f . v., v. IM' way inn AND OH BOY JUST TO PUT JOY IN LIFE Dinner will be served on the grounds, with J. E. llobinson, Attorney for I'llfs "Oh, )!," obercd Mr. Gray oni a reasonable charge to caver necessary cost to produce. much so that Ruth and "o TO THE PUBLIC: which should sit up To the man with small capital this sale ia going to offer excellent opportunity. Good The farm to be sold by W. !L nunrri leil oer for )ou. 80 tnuili so. land, in small tracts, Good improvements, good and easy term to be announced at sale. Brown, .Master Commissioner herein, iiU'htM mid rare one of the most desirable farms In that I am going to offer to take you Land just ready to make money, barns just ready to house tobacco. (iarrard County. The land is very Into partnership. If you're our your Cemo to the tale, nothing to lose, you can learn and make money for a few hours work fertile and productive, in n high state evil dream, and hate wuked up to the with us. of cultivation, only 10 acres being in pmrtinil Issue of life," SEE THE FARM ANY DAY. cultivation now and the remainder in Greg Morion hurleil hi head In the I 11 l"r' .,. i.-- u mobiles. '' up-lau- d nor-Ui- sun-eyin- rl??t J . bo-iil- ,amTe-.HM- e V W '. s - 11 - .... 1 M 1 : f" IWMW, SMtM 1, lMltUt. Iwtmt Hti-- i Kf. uoiuit, r grass; well fenced, well Improved and lies in a good neighborhood, on the turnpike, and is an opportunity for some one to get a desirable home. J1ENKY ARNOLD, Adm'r of William Ray, deceased. pllloiv o hide hi liar. Illgsoitlnl Hftl. Gray how he Mee. Mm. Art' luting llllth titivt he reullud her true worth at last, and, when he told her so, knew Unit he had won a tre-aramour, Hoiuubkttid. le, PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 6. 920 1 1 iWILSON UPHOLDS Big Sale of Land HERFORD CATTLE AND OF OTHER MAJORITY Why Itch and Burn REPORT Tiorn It War FUi With Skin of m, tetter, boili, inn loriuroue aalferinc. Tcrrifylntr skin irritation!, ere. filmplci. etc. Iuvc thnr ornrm in .1 ilitorderel con. lilioii of tlic Mood. They come trom a colony of ttny Rcrmi which pet into the H00J anj nialtiply I'y the million J.otionj, lalvei, ointmenti or imilar treatment cannot pouihly rea '' lite lourre of the trouble, tvhkh U ths liljjj. PAY INCREASE TO ANTHRACITE MINE WORKERS TO TOTAL $35,000,000. PERSONAL Pre.ldent Infor-'i'Mlnef- t PROPERTY ALFRED OWENS of Minority Will Be Accepted At a Challenge By the Public Worker Warned to Accept Decitlon, That Threat! appear voti ihotiM take prompt itepi to rid the Mood of the 4erm( which came them. An I the one remedy which hat no equal at a Mood clcamer ii S.S.S. which it oll by drusciut everywhere. Jleslrt taking S S S. to liy. an I write f our Chief Medical wlu will sivc you pecial with jut charge. Swift Spjciiic Co., Atlaati, Ci. AI-vuAf-dr- eit Saturday, Sept. 18th at 10 a. m. GARRARD COUNTY, ON PREACHERSVILLE AND FALL 302 ACRES LICK PIKE ON DRAKES CREKK, 7 MILES LANCASTER U MILES EAST ISO ACRES DRAKES CREEK BOTTOM, WITH THE OF PREACHERSVILLE. REPUTATION OF "NO BETTER LAND ANYWHERE." Two Selt Of Improvement: Frame lniiik'iilow d rooms ami hath room, -liorchi's, n'v Dvko ok'ctric litfht plant; cistern on eoticrvtu base, Karate, cow house, metal roof tobacco barn (50 x50 and other old style stone house with The other improvement consist of frame ell, 7 rooms, hall and It porches, new cistern, stock barn and other out buildings. Nice yards and tine shade at both dwellings. into The farm has about mile frontage on pike and will be several tract with frontage for each tract. The purchaser can buy a small tract or just as many acres as he wants. This land is nil good no waste laud on this farm. It has been well taken care of. It can all be cultivated. It is tobacco, hemp and corn land. Those Drake Creek bottoms will average lo barrels of corn per acre any year and I.'iOO pounds of hemp. HO acres in corn, i acres tobacco, t!0 acr's oat .itubble sown to clover and orchard grass, 10 acres timothy meadow, balance in IHtie Grass, orchard grass and sweet clover. A tine sugar tree orchard, 7o large sugar trees. Farm is well fenced, patent gates at pike. We will ell this farm to the "High Dollar" on good terms and for possestwo-story 1 sub-divide- d llir.i' i- i- i.'oil 'iiniiiNiiiiri, nuariluu ' lllllliririiH inilnT w.iiji" Ihrri'iKi" :IH SIViMtlll,: H.sM).IM, llll'l IhltlM.- -l III.' lm( he ixH-4-tinliiiY them "i,i ;i i'l' tin word nii'l nrry It lulu effect III f.lllli lli'plyliu ! ilirititi fnim Hie miner lti.it ttit-uoiilil iluii nork mile the i minority report of the minniivooii, iiiiiini'iiilliii; ii hluher jw.inl Id. in th.it pnnnl.-- l in tin- - iimjiirltv, were ii til tin' tntii ilwlnlli'ly tliut tin- - mijonty wuiiPl nut ln rt .iilil" Tin- - tikijorlty rHirt nf tin- - 1'iitntnlv iiiii, niKtiml bj W. O Thompson, pre Ideiit uf tint nh:n Stsili; t'tmer'it), repreviitiillvc of the pulillr, uinl iliuir- 10.111 lllll I, W U t'otlliell. nf SiT.III ton. I'eiiti., repri'M'titlni: tin operutnr, LTUI'imI of 'JO :ill'l I" wiue ilicr-u-- "-' wit nlne tin prwnt utue nnle Tin ii per it'iit u'iish Iw re.ie u.n uuiiftl-- d to mmriii ihIii.tv ,m. ih.. mh.itirit of IT p'T ii'iit win fur company miner, mmi'lily tiH'ii, ttiin rs labor. r mnl roiMiJ.-r.i- II. Ill IllllltT. Neal J IVrry, of McAdon, IVnn., rep- Ii.i-- i' minority roeiitini: (li.t mlii'Tf. report tlit worker, in tlltnct meet n-l l'rc-i..Tp-- r rimin-tiii'inl'il Wiiiifi2tmi l'rldint Wilkin prmril tin" fn ij irny report nf the 3E An 3I1G 3E Rubber Tire FILLER Perfect substitute for air. TUBE. Is being used throughout the United States and more than 30 foreignfeountries on more USE NO INNER than 200,000 cars. Write for iliscript'ne circular or call rind see it at SANOERS VARIETY STORE Imvo tmi ined, reoiiitiiciid4 a l iy for adult :i Uiimmtim Hugo of rliy luhorer :ind mi Iiutimx of l xr lui. In n3arizz LANCASTER. KY. iL ii sion January 1, ID'21. Don't mis' the opportunity. Kverybody invited to this sale and free Hurgoo and Dinner. Don't forget the date and the Hurgoo. (let busy. Look over this farm if you want to KUY LAND. For further particulars ec Mr. Owens at the farm or W. K. Moss or It. H. Dever at my Danville otrice, or V. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or THE REAL ESTATE MAN LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Sale of the Above Farm Comes the Just After MENT SALE for mtitruct worker. i tin r."in'i nf (lie miners tent for icirptuiice t a Mi'-T.illir.nuli tln-i- r loinl reprcviit.itlvc. tho I'rcMilctil i jII'-.- I .mention In .i ri'vitii Hon ailoptcil dy the miner In cotiwn ttoli lUrit'ltu to inept the tlli'lHUi of Midi a oiiiiiniloii a lie iippolnted. of honor iiHin "Ily all I hi" ri'tts, ' the l'ri'l- which civilization In hN ti'li'irnim M lh" niiii'Tt ml. I In fnllllli'.l uihlitl, "that plfU' Tin" l'r"lili"iit further lohl ttiu tnliiTt that If their roiiiniiinlrnlloii wa-- . a a threat tliey coulil ret a.t- niireil that the rh:ilteui:o wonhl li" av wileil ami that the pe.iple nf the ikuji fuel lo tl.lu try woiilil tin. I a them ner "iiiitil the re.il entlnient of the imthraclte mine workers run Mini ami they lire ready tn abide I'viire-nloby the nhlUatloiM they have entered Into." The wuri' Increase reiiiininendt'il hy the majority will tiinnunt to mi annual . Increase In pay for the miner of l.m.m.l ami In the payment uf 1S,M.-uluck pay, iiccumulaltii itltuv Ajirll 1. wit r''fu-in- m WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. ih-ti- Mili-tltti- te lt u LIVE STOCK AND IMPLE- and the Big Barbecue and Burgoo Dinner "Bookie." May Lot Wlnningt. 1'lillailelphla, "ll.Mikl"s" who aw mI.I to haw won lare kuiiih from Toonwy, an swUtunt ecru Chrirlw tary of the Fidelity Trunt Comrwny, will he forced lo dNsorse their If ii way can he found to do UiU legally. Toomey win arretted on s The exact (liars" of emiH'zleinetlt. amount of Toomy' allei;eil Hcuta-tlotiIiuh not leen dlch.el hy the In the warrant on triM iMiiipmiy arretted thU total wt which ho w net at "upward of fWU.iNIO." hut at the he.irln: counsel for th comMtiy ald he hint reason to hollevo fpitu later InvestltutloiH tHut the amount would pMve to he much im.illcr than that hrliu--t to tluht ao iiiiiiii'.l, Tin.' arre hviths of !U xamhliT't In I'lilladel' to widespread .lil. i, and may leid 1 win-nliu CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. O r ALL 10NDS 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. Cathier. ThU bank hat two Tim Lock Safes, one of which it kept Locked. B. F. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. O. Risrney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ats't Teller. Wo. F. Miller. Teller. t. TICE 4 proecutlJtiH. PaiMnger Train Oeralled. IVpl.tr llluff. Mo. MUmrl 1'acillc Suuttilne Special from Texas went Into a illtch Uil tulles north of 1'oplar Itlurr. The engine, cotuUiuatlon Imc Saturday, Sept. I8th At my homo on the Fall Lick pike, 7 miles from Lancaster and 1 ' j miles Kast of Preachersville. On this day I will sell the following: ONE FINE HERD OF HEREFORD CATTLE, not registered: lo Hereford cow illnini: car were ilenilled, Ktitflnecr .1 K, V.iMt. Kln'tuati K. W. Vollmer and .'hrlstolTel lEonl Koremati of Kiulm-were Injurtsl pmhahly fatuity s .lie and sin. ikliii car, chair car and Yearling Hereford heifers: 10 Short Yearlings; 50 Hlaek .) Face F.wcs and three Hucks; one team of I'ercheron Horses; three Percheron Fillies; one mare and colt; one extra good mare mule and some other stock. with calves; one registered Hereford Hull; head of 1000 pound shorthorn feeding cnttle; 1(5 IMPLEMENTS One Deering Hinder; one Cultipacker; new Mowing Machine and Hay Hake; one Farm Wagon; one New John Deere Disc Harrow; one Wheat Drill; one Smoothing Harow; all kinds of plows and cultivators such as are found on a well equipped farm. Also household and kitchen furniure. Terms will be very liberal and made known on day of sale. Distillery Found in Kitchen. WlncheMer. Ky. William II, Day. in of the late John II. Pay, prominent lumber dealer of the Kentucky motiu taln, was arrested hy Federal revenue oitleern, charged with bavins operatiil a iiiootHliine still. A cotuplete outfit, Ilia olllcers alloi:e. was found In Day's kitchen, screened o that It was con cewled OertelS DOtmE-MR- K Have it in your IT The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory haa.. at all tint. CoM Louisville. Ky. Incorporated Mak.rt of O.rt.U DoubU Dark, Oart.U Dark and O.rt.lt Light: N. L Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Harrodtburg Ky oaily. Th OERTEL Attack Repulsed By Troop. WllllatiiMin. V. Vn - Unltisl trixii"1. oniiil wltli tiuohliii" guns an attack by a party of un tnen on itn"rtl- - of the Tharkor Oo.il ami Ooke Company ut nnvlvisl Tharkor, acconllnj to from that point. -- Suti d rirt ALFRED OWENS R. F. D. No. 2. Geo. Crab Orchard, Ky. Tomb. Auct. rill To Sell V.Mel. Wathlngton. Thi" Shipping Hoanl failed for tho swornl limit to find any hldiler for hlp. nf It wixxlon ijht-ihafleet. A group of 2t of (hit wmM. t lik), cm ft, nsn,Ktln rn, ileo dead m eight ton, wem advertlMU recently, bid to ! Thero were uo hlda to bo opened whon tho folhour arrlfed. Tho aanii" lowed dverllniont nf "ii hlp tun. tltno ago. Tbo policy of tho board haa not boa Utarloaost, bnl It la thought mlalntUM prlco for tho ahlp way Is . Im4 Ui war-builoH-ii(- W. 0. RIGNEY. Funtral r Office Oincttr and Embalmir. 18. Phone Residenre Phoue 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 16. 1920 Get Well! Your Blood and Nerves Need Iron Thr most powrrful and beneficial m Naturr itself, cpmbir.nl with other in nil medicine? for the lined highly bent final remedial ngnd 1 tch and nerves t iron, medical Thf story of the tlisroviry of this authorities lurree on thie Hut it it new fomi of iron nmi almost like a any ordinary form fairy tale ntid medical rnnri list mistake to take of iron tinil ripeel to ret satisfactory pnnl lryond nutMion rr doubt it temic 1 WEALTHY MAN IS SLAIN BY BANDIT H. 8. Rhodes, Dry Goods Mer- odant of Chicago, Shot While in Auto. I remits. "inert" U cause when taken into thr human they exert no nrtion whatever rrrlur On it why you have lorn disappointed when you have taken rrrtain rill or tablet or tomes Mill to contain iron, Tin- - ww way to rrMorr- iron to the lilcxil the sunt and mot dftend-all- e of all nirt Ikm1 is t hroncli thr usr of Ariil Iron Mineral, Tina if MtursJ fena of soluble iron, found syr-ter- fit iron Ate what is known m science Most of the common forms remarkable Mood-makin- g powirr. WOMAN COMPANION And Iron Mineral mav le rroeured in either liiltllil rr the mrrr run. vrnunt tablet form at any g "ton-I- t contain no alcohol or il.tiii-- . dnie and will not blacken the to tit It Las ifn tM rally now.! rnlr, IMW ehddren. w ik run- i i jrson and tn'oih.t lv .! show imprin t ni nt tn.l i l ' .' altm- -f iii.uh.I y 'v enved ftnnctli d.-o- IS HELD tlr - Mrs. Gladys Jaeobun Drives to Hes. Body pi til With Says Rhodes Was Killed by Highwayman en "Lovers' Lane." Chlcnco. AUC. aitir staitiog 31 -- II. It. llhode 11 of (114(1111.111. r For Sale by Stormes Drug Store. .t a a nvrtfliiiOiM l aaaaaam-a- -- (SUNDAY, SEPT 19. 9'A0 ' mm a aft aWIlltlWHAlLWArMSItM Cr rr kfi.tjtj ISdl f CINCINNATI R0UN6 TRIP FARE ULt MAS TAX FROM DANVILLE dry pmxl" K'ir I'tilverMty iiveruie. merchant, reputnl to ! weiilthy, wn ohot twice mid ktlliil while Mttlnr In hl nuioiniihlto with Mo, ;lnil k Jnnhoti of the I'lj inoulh holet idoiiL' n tretrh of hmleil hlshway coulhwet of Knntou known locnlly n loCer lane.'' Mrv .liu'i'li'ini told the Kvnn-ti'- ii polue Hint n hli:hwnmim did the chootiui; In n revuher duel nt n rnnpe f thre fevt. The Hllrt said the I eluded her. .oit' Intie" wa the cew of two Ik l. : 11 jura PUBLIC SALE READ! I 2 i.rnl lo si i Special Train Leave Danville 6:00 A. M. Returning Special Train Leave Cincinnati 61IO P. M. DvUiWd infrrmttirn pR arr'itM-- ta (Cestui Tim) M. Mill IIHI.IN. Ticket titnl. lUNVIIlAV KT. M. ('. KIWI. IHttrkl lA..fntfr term, I.IAIM.TOV. KY. ilruM- - ItliinXti In hi "nr I'minl- - hipltnl In l.vniKtoii It r.' he illcl two hour later nfter '1'i nitliTl hnd failed, lie wit shut n 'lie rtKht (link mid in (lie riiriit tetnple. Victim Was Married. Illiode wa imirrled nnd hnd ev U'hen Mr. Itholi w eriil rhlliln-nI if I. r hiiotmiiil' ili'iith hy tin l!i ti'toti Iillie he Mild Mie u. re h.H ki to hear he tun! been r'i! 11 wlih another woiiimi than that In' . -- I'll, uiiinnn llir lnt nrtinlay nlcht nnd In tmnl m.kv WH lleHll. "It Mini liiiMilble to N'lleVe II t Moving Done by Porters. First Nebraska Woman Notary. out with another won In TunU there ntv no iiuln vans Ni I rokii woman to I The Iirt nr. lio phIiI. ' livery day since we n nutnry public wns Mli nor cart. many of the nnrrnw treo( :oinmlsIoiied felnj; ltliiaalite. Iluuxhotd l?IiitiK-In- c wen- niHrrted I thought he wn the Anna Saumlr of CuMcr connty It et of an rhnuccHl from platv to place IfcM. .Mr. .Inrohonu I n dlvorrtv. t'n by porter, who mot nny dny inny he Strange Beings. seen Ktacpcrlns under rhet of ilrnw-e- n May .1. thl jenr, ho wn rldlnc In Kerry now nnd then one run ncrosi nnd other heavy piece of furni- an niltolnoblle helnniMnp to I'rniiW K ture. On seme one wtm bellre everybody has cnlon the porter will Story, vice president of the Story .V 'lark I'liino inininny when It crahrd right to his own opinion. Toluli een tranport. In huee hnskets, perMlrhUiin iimiiik-- afety Ulaml, son who mny he sick, or otherwise Into mode. She 'nlil Story wn one of the party tncapncltnteih mill that they had Jilt come, early Largest Pin Factory. in the iiiomliik.. from ColUlmo' re, Tlie lnrce.it pin factory It In Ulr Practice Kindness Now. mlnghnm, Knglnnd. where sntnethlni tiiurnnt. Three day later she started There nre k!m!ne-- . pins are manufacture puhllc and prtvute ilutl.-- ", nnd fellow-.hi- p suit nciilntt Story for $30.s dam-- , like M).l, every working day. In the civic and life of one'a ni'e. Mr. Jacoli'on told the Kxntitnn h- calllnc and station which help to make Islands Great PoMibllitlea. lire she nod Ithixle drove out to "'ov- Gratify-Inoor sojourn here fatlf 'nr nnd r Froolen Island, Krltlnnnnd These should not he potpued rs" lane' shortly past inldnlnht nfter Norway, la 0 tint pot of Iund pos cor ride through the rlty. They rode out stinted. "I exjM-e- t to n tlirmiKh Kwl of Immense nnns of peat 1m life hut onee. If. therefore, there he ltst I'rulrle road nlxiut the hlockh t It Is 'Jouhtful wl.ctlicr tl.ere Is any any kindness I ran 'how nr any cood south of t'nkton where they where a hcttr Iiwntlun for the pro let stopped the rnr by the right side of thine I rnn do to nny Mlnu-lflns- . ductlon of pent In larce iiuantltle me do It now. anil imt defer or tieclect the road. Bandit in Cornfield. It, aa I shall not pa n nsaln tin Seveml clump of trte shnde the The first Instance of an elenhant be Thl always timely u u s Manlly ut highway and corn Meld extend to the tnc brouctl to western Europe was Id ' trihuteil to William l'eun. Humphrey roadside. Mr. Jnrobson win on the J. Uesmond. f07, when the Callpfc llaroua at IU Side nearest the flelil. chid presented one to Ctiarlacnagne "We tnlkeil n few minute," said however, thai It was not until .Mrs. Jnrobson. "11 nil then n voice right and mgacloua animal thla behind m mill, "Hand tip!" went to Enrfand. d. 1 11 n-if. nt-n11 11 tr-,t12-Vi. well-know- Of . G-- o od Stuff I will sell on llll SATURDAY SEPTEMBER Beginning t 18, , one o'clock Subdivided and known as the Hiram Pendleton farmt now the property of James Land, near Nina, Garrard County, Kentucky, in easy reach of Bethel Church, close to school, nicely equipped, having three barns, two houses, the best orchard in that end of the county, most all in grass and ready for work. Worthy Bellifa. I believe In worklnp. not weeping; In boostlns. r.ot knocklry:. and In thf pleaiurv of my Jcli. I helleie thai man pets "lint he after, dial one deei) done toilny U worth twe de-ltomorrow, mid (tint no man li down and out until he has Ictt fallt In hlinbelf. JHNrt Hubbnrd. f(i s Hunt's alv hM rtLerd ka-dtrof Kk ram. Ysu raa't loit os our afensjr 4aa Try tt at mu risk Uili I n IB trraunrot of BV mm, I Tttlrr, RlDfvotm, lick. rtr. Don't Meows dlcoara(e4 oiBtr ttealairat fwled. it C.ant. iuui. rncersest STORMES DRUG STORE. 3 mm 1 SO-- ofa3$s& SPEC1AL-S1- X S SIMPLE, nowclcM gr.hift; flexibility motor; the rt workable ease with which the car steers and stays in the road these are only a few of the Many reasons of the At Hint, Mr. Jacobin said, both of them turned nnd snw 11 short, thin gray silk handkerchief' innn with over hi fare, Hilntlug n revolver nt Idiotic, she said, reached them. quickly Into the left door pocket, drew ...... I.. I .Ml..!,,.!!. I. ...111.... pKtol nnd llreil oer her shoudir nt the man. Although he wns only three feet uwnv the shot mlseil. Bandit Shoots Rhodes. .Mr. Jiicobxiu sold the man tumeil nnd niti biuk of the nutoinnl.lle. Ithode leaneil over her to look out the side. While he wns peering Into the darkiie' the bandit uppenred on the other side of the car. lie Jutneil to the running hoard nnd tired twice nt Khode' head. !in(h shot struck nnd Ithode sunk uncon-selo- u over tho win el of the car. .Mrs. .lacolooti drove the nutomobllo six mill to St, I'miicls' hospital, where a pa?lic nutomoblle party helped her get 'he wounded mini lnlde, Surgious ntteiupted 1111 tiperutlon to remove the bullet from hi hem), hut It failed. 11 TERMS GOOD. ! COME AND SEE IT. , Will subdivide to suit the purchaser. Come early and tell me what part you give you time to look it over. want and will BRASS BAND And A Good Daj Assured. On the same day will sell the Store House, STOCK OF GOODS nrvd the tplendid residence of Eb Whitted, at Nina. STORE, MILL, all in tip top shape, clean stock of goods and the best place in three counties for a COUNTRY STORE, as every merchant who has done s busi-nes- PEACE MEETING AT RIGA that make the SPECIAL-SIsuch an easy car to drive. X Latvian City Agreed On for Future Parley by Poles and Russ, Says Warsaw Dispatch. Aug. 31. Whllo Mint.' Warsnw. Lntvln. lins been ngreid tlwn by the I'olMi nnd Itusvlnn soviet coveniment ns tho place for futiiro penco negotia tion. Instend of Mlnk, It wnx snld nt thii foreign ministry that no word hnd ! en received from the IjiIvIiiii gov ernment ricnnlliig tho role' rciiet for iermlslen to hold the conference In that city. SARAH . here has made money. The reason is it is thickly settled and unusual fertile land and all industrious people. Any citizen in the county will tell you that this is true. A Brass Band will be on hand to entertain you. lr muMa. I It I. fit sMagak P. !iMhW.k4a?MMi UunsoJUta Irsa. eniae BUiajw fataiart ita !, All Siadabaktr Cat a aiaa4 Cut 4 1 aaalatf Sluekskit ! of Ohio, Democratic Candidate for President, will be on hand to address the crowd. WARREN GAMALIEL HARDING will meet his friends on the "Back Porch" at a sour apple pealing. NO TALK AND POSM. COX, (ov. JAMES at ITIVELY NO QUESTIONS ANSWERED. "ThuuaStuJeheker Year" PAINT LICK GARAGE PAINT LICK, KY BERNHARDT IS AILING Famous French Actreis Too III Leave Paris to Keep Lcndon te G. C. Wilktr, Lancistir ar Engagement London. Aug. 31. A telegram from the innnngeiuent of Sarah llernhnrdt. the I'retirh nctres, says she I too 111 to linve I'arls to kiep n tendon which wa to begin next w ek. Archblshcp of Paris Dies. Aug. 31. Cardinal Leon Adolphu Ami tie, archbishop of I'nrl. ill tl suddenly nt Antony, neur l'urln. where he was tnjoyli.g n vacation. .Mgr Amille wbs crtiiled curdlnul ut Hie ronsltir) lit Id lu Hume, Noteu- ter '.7. ll'll, Taylor Scott will introduce Governor Cox as the speaker of the occasion and Scott will immediately drop dead. His remains will be shipped to Lancaster by Parcel Post on Monday afternoon using sheep dip freely. The Ringtown band will play appropriate music, mint will be used as floral tributes and HENRY GRIMES WILL CONDUCT THE BURIAL SERVICES. m af jW-- V . Wt ' 'Jfi'sl I I'nrt. W. &. Whitaker, Lancaster, Kentucky. - The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 16, 1920 w ml .4 B gjyOff'E A', . U Vnlvc-in-llead C Four Pisrr.-- r I TTT K . sturciincss and dependability have been qualities of Huick Motor Cars from tlie 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 has caused the Huickcartoocctipy the position it holds in the public mind. ANNOUNCING Tim Ni.w NiNur.LNTvu.NTY Osr Blmck Sum; Thttr I'ssscnrft Orn Mnsfrl Twenty Onr Party Knur Open Mndrl Twenty One Irrtyptyr Coupe Pimi v vr or Piisyngri Srjiti Sen il l ern Ptttrncrr 1'tticnc.ct I'sttrngrr Couje Model Twenty One li.ttyljr.il Open Mode I Twenty ( )nr i"t.rii Nine Sedan Model Twenty One Kif t MiIrl Twenty Ore Imiv Sis Model Tventr One ruilySrirn ftr Dtltxtry Diln, Ciuli Until To all that tlir lumr Huick lu meant iti twenty years id autumn-lut- e The improved radiator, lioodsdri cowl lines ewe a finished touch of with- Mtttr Ctnfnj, c"J rrutl, tr urtte ih Flint, Afuh. 7 57 history, the new Nineteen Twenty One Huick linnet tli.it grace of movement, that refinement of every line ami feature, that sheer tratity of design which out any sac rifiic of Huick individuality. A LANCASTER AT BUICK CO. itupirea pride of The new Huick owners suspension per these new Huick models a rid-i- n Vt comfort at delightful as more resilient spring 7 CONN AND CONN'S GARAGE. ship in a fine motor car. linccom-pri'c- their exterior s appear-ani- e pleasing. fexen nuidcls, one for every KjcIi famed Huick possible ias 'ale-in-llr- the nd Motor, as rugged m and jxiw erf ul .1 ever, yet refined into J median-iiof unutiinl quictncis. liach of thejcvcn models has its (in it value particularly adapted to J distinct clas of femtc. All pos-se- u those inherent Huick qualities, that anurc the ow :it r the uninterrupted use id his investment. VUi:N COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. BETTER, AUIQMOPILES ARE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM 2h w' Miss Maude and Minnie Conn were Sloan, third and fourth grades, MUs drain X l.s W 12 poles X 3s 55 W 30 poles to a KUl..t.. ,.f their aunt. Mis ChatineZu!a Calico, fifth and sixth, Prof. C. iv i poies double mulberry ' unSl1 Sunday. 'A. Long. atitant principal, at this W 'Ml Itl,rkir from Fri,ln' thence with wire f" ne'e .f'n.iM.1 tiv.. Mnttie nn.i Snlli.. t ut? of writing the 7th and..8th grade tcach- poles to a locut ,i . .. , v,, fence; theme with stone fence S .!,...- - ,.n.t nf Mr crs and principal, r.. 1., 1, V?b 11... poles 7 50j E 214 poles S 60 E fence;) and Mr. Thos. Logsdon. Monday. ' not arrived. to the end xniher rock Mr. and Mr. J. D. Wynri, Misses thence25' W 22'i poles to the be- JlsjDSON. ginning containing lh4 acres. lleulah and lva Ledford were visitTEKMS: ors in Lexington one day last week. Mr. Henry Grime continues quite The sale will be made on a credit Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Conn and son ill. of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute and daughter, Margaret are visiting' Mrs. Sim Clark spent one day rebond with approved security due in relative at Knoxville Tenn this week, j cently with Mrs. George Naylor. six and twelve mrntht am! bearing Mis Mabel Hall spent Thursday tix per cent interest from date until Mr. and Mr. C. K. Xaylor were the liid. having the force and effect of nicht and Friday in Danville with her guests Sunday of Mr. Nannie Hay. a jugment upon which execution may aunt, Mrs. !i. C. Martin and Mr. Mar-- j Misses Agnes nnd Zona Deazley issue, payable to W. II. Ilrown. Mas.L O. t. ter Commissioner of the Carrard Cirunuu w Ml.- j iay were ins- kus-iicuit Court, and a lien will be reservMisi Jessie Yancey and Miss Wi!. Vergclin Ray. ed upon the property sold until the llamson of Louisville were dinner, Mr!t Crou,horn ami ,on 0f ury. purchase money is paid. guests ef Mis- - Jennie Higglns Satur-- , anUuiv were the guest. Sunday of W. II. iirown. Master Commissioner a"- (inrrard Circuit Court. Mrs. John Yatcr. H. H. Tomlinson, Att'y for Plffs. Xo hopes are being entertained for Mim,s amantha and Eveline Hicks the recovery of .Mrs. Tho. Peel who thl. attractive guests Saturday PAINT LICK, KY. hat been very ill for some time with of JIjM prancj, Yater. , dropy. , f Mis F.iye Ward left Saturday to MissSa'dlc HaUton left Monday foru,v ,pt,nt gundav with Mr. and Mr, enter Georgetown College. ieorgetown College. This will be Mit(.h Lan famIIv. William lEalston expect to attend Mis Halston's last year a she is n Mr. nnd Mr. Jnmes Hicks entcr-taineCumberland College at Williamsburg senior this year. a Jew of their friends Sunday, toon. Misses Xula Calico, Nannie Sloim the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walker Mr. J. X. Denny and Itev. W. A. and Martha Garrett, teachers in the ilurdette, Mr. and Mr. Bradford Itanisey have returned from the trhool at this place, are boarding with Ilurdctte, and Mr. and Mrs. Jcise ; iloulde walnut on the Kast bank of and eorner to James T. Marsee, leav. l'.tine ( reek, corner to same, thence ing said lane and with said Marsee chains S 71 ' E down saul creek nlonK the Kast bank line S "t E (iO.Ort N5W N. 2 K. 0.00 chains 7 10 chin us S 50 E passing Doolin chairs to a s)cnmoro on said creek eorner at 70 links with same in all GAItltAltll CHttTIT COntT. near the mouth of O'llrien branch: 0.70 chain to a post corner to same, thence up said brunch N '4 '4 E. N St'a E 1.77 chains to a stake corPlaintitT. f 2K chains to a point in the branch ner to same N K7 E 3.52 chains to a W. II Furr. 2.1 feet West of a sycamore pointer, post corner to same and Morris, his VS IWU, t al. new corner; thence new line S i'i.IVi line S ' W 8.05 c!iaiiis t a post at J V. juiiirmmt rindt'rnl V. .it. till chains to a point in Come-!.- u turn of fence and corner to same S Paiuant 1 Ilranrh. new corner; thence ilovsn 70 4 E 20.5J chains to a post corner nt the Ailnu.' Trm. l'Jjsl, the umlr-rik'ns V l.h2 to same X S34 E 3.50 chain to a ComrniMlunrr will sell at pub- saul branch new line 50 name and Ash an elm nt corner n lie. ehnins. S.in M't(. W passing S. 7 's W black vsalnutline S 2' toW 10.03 chains lic aurtinn to iuy K1 link Arnold, his all 00 chains Imlchr at th .' nirt Hbu- - Dooi it. chains to the beKUimni; contain- to n point in branch, corner to same; K . at 11 o'cteck, A. M . ing IS 1 acref However there Is thence up same S S7 W 0.10 chains nr '.WrUoti'.i, or 10 be leituete! from this boundary to a point in branch N 71ls W 5.0S MONUAY, SKITIUl HKK l7Ui lO'.'O. the folloumi; lutimi..-- y solii s.y John chains to a black walnut corner to to Sam Ilenzley m follows ; same N Ml W 1.50 chains to an ash t mnntloncd in tke llenzley nm rig He pi chains to a beech, at tvso sycamore trees S hi W . R follow : Jind filvaainu on the bank of Hoor.es Creek near the eorner to same N 03 W 2.00 chains to A rrrtuin ttarrt't of land mouth of O'llnnnons branch; thence a post, corner to same mid Flannery, m (inrrnrd lrutr I head wntvr t'ounty, Ki ntucky, jp lloones Creek S ' E 5.50 chains to witli same N 53 W 5.20 chains to a f PraKo Crrvk a stake on the west side of the rond post at angle of fence, comer to same ti thi Hid KtnniHly'n Fork of White Lick a new eorner In the old line: thence 3 55", W tll.it I chains N 57 W E 12.5(1 chains to n new line S 70 Cts'i'K itml lxunlnl a follow : chains to a stake corner to same Ilrcnini; Ht a takt n Comity a stake; thence N s E (i 01 chains to N rtO'i W S.05 chains to a small ash HiiniI in lui to It. 0. Wiiod Heir,, a stake in T. I. Hernn's line, a new corner to same S 21 W 2.01 chains N "2'.-to n stone X 3 t 't W 11.73 chains to (now Murphy! a rurntr to Wm Fnul-- j corner; thence with his line W 0.1 chains to O'llan. middle W 10 rlmm to nj non's brnnch (25 a point 111 from a N 55 '4 of Kemper Laneto witli same N 2a knrr. E 7.00 chains middle of feet West n'nke nttsl mapU- - cornr to muiI Faul- -i N 30 1.31 22 nun ore tree pointer); thence down laer, in line to K. H Walker laml; saul Ijrnnch S CO W 0.315 chains to the E 2.25X chains E 3S4 chnins chains X E 3.35 iu W liecinnini; containing 10 acres,- - 1 H to the beginning, containing 110.07 thnnce in line with Walker 7.17 chain to h stake in nid lint, a acres. and 5.0 pole's, sew eorner in line to Murphy, The purpose of the sale is to divide John llenzley derived tUle to this Wootl. in County Hoad; thence tract of land by deed to T. I. Herring ine proceeds among juiius imncns ssith snil line N .15 F. 1!.3'J chain to on rights may appear. Seteniber 15th., 105 the hririnntnir, eontninlni: 5.35 acre. is recorded In the (larrnrdand same therefore, as their TEltMS: The purpore of thiii le W to satis- clerk's on ice in Deed Hook I County The salu will b made on a credit i, page fy the debt of W. H hurr nmoiintini; 101. of six months and the purchaser will on iluy of ale to $ShS.'J7, and th The purpose of this sale is to set- be required to execute bond with apcost of thi action, $75.00. tle the estate of John llenzley, dee'd proved security for the purchase TEHMS. and to distribute the remainder of price, due in six mouths and bearing The sale will he made on a credit the funds among the Joint owners of six per cent interest from date unof tlx ami twelve mimthi. nnJ the the land at their rights may appear. til paid, having the force mid effect irctMer will he required to execute of a Judgment upon which execution TEltMS; lutidt with niiproveil tecurity for the Issue, payable to W. II. Ilrown. The sale will be made on n credit may (Kirchare price, pajuhle to W. H.I (inrrard of six months and the purchaser will .Master Commissioimr of the llrouu, .Master ( ominissmner, due in be required be reservto execute bond with Circuit Court, and, lien will nix and twelve months, respectively, ed upon the property old until the vsltli interest at fix per cent from approved security for the purchase purchase money paid. ' price duo in six months and bearing dMte until paiil. Iiavinc the force and W. H. Ilrown, Master Commissioner ex- -, six per cent Interest from date until tfect of jutlnment upon which (inrrard Circuit Court, paid having the force and effect of i eutioti may issue, and a lien will tie L. L. Wnlker, Att'y for I'liflf. upon the Inml until the pur-- ! a judgment upon which execution mm issue, payable to W. 11. Ilrown, rhate money is paid. itlHi i i, .., rn:tr, 1 huht LDtnt. 22 rl rtatr !Til'fI tret r S.-t- s ( II-.1- j " "i sl for-ner- Prec-byter- y. , 1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. OAKKAUP ( IHC l lT COL'ItT. W II IIUOWN. M. C. 0. C. C. Master Commissioner of the Circuit Court mid a lieu will be reIt. II. Tomlmtcn. Att'y for I'lff. served upon the property sold until! I the purchase money is paid. w. 11. Ilrown, .Master t ommissioner ( (!arrnrd COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. (iAItllAUD CIKCt'lT COL'UT, Walter Cany, et al, Plaintiffs, J. K. Hobmson, larrnrd Circuit Court. Att'y for I'liffn, I John lleaulej" VS. Admr, ft nl I'llfs. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. Pefu. Arthur lleniley. (Jr.fn, et nl 1'uihUhtit to a juilKiiient rendered ut the Aucust Term, 1020, the under-tinne- d Commit Kiuner will sell at public miction to the highest and bet bidder ut the Ccurt Houte Door In Laneuster Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thertnboutt, on MONDAY, SEI'TEMHKIt 27, 1020, and described a follows: Said property m in (inrrard County. Ky., on lloones Creek aud bounded iu follows: UeKinmnsT at a stone in Cornelius branch, u curlier to the 2ri'.j acre tract sold to Klithu Dunn; thence leaving the branch and with said Dunn N K4 W, 21.50 chuin to n VS. Mollie (iulKy, rt al, Defendant. i Pursuant to a judgment rendered nt the August Term, 1020. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at pub. (iAHHAHD CIIICflT COl'ltT. lie auction to the highest mid best bidder before the Court House Door Plaintiffs, in John F. Mnnee, et al, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. VS. M., or thereabouts, on W. 11. Marsee. et al. Defendants. MONDAY, SEPTEMHEIt 27, 1020, Pursuant to a judgment rendered) nt the vXugutt Term. TJl'O, the under-signe- d the real estate mentioned In the Commissioner will sell at pub- pleadings and described as follows: Located in (iarrnrd County, Kenlic auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House Door tucky, beginning at a willow by u of a stone fence, In Lancaster. Kentucky, at 1 1 o'clock, drain at the S 04 K 22 poles; thence S 15 E 4 A. M., or thcieabauts, on poles to an, elm S 50 E 10 U poles MONDAY, 8KPTKMBKH 27, 1020, to the renter of the pike at a bridge the real estate mentioned in the S 27 E 4 poles to a stake on the West pleadings and described as follows: side of Hack Creek N 78 E 41 4 poles U In Carrard County, Kentucky, on to a stake on the West side of a Kemper Lane and bounded ui fol- creek;, thence N 4HVi W 25 pole to lows; the center of pike; thence with the !ane fer-- e N 5 W CO a tHrce Point n in lUcmnlnK at n.ie 1 H. L. Wallace. Casey. Mis Ida Urumiield has returned to Misse lleulah and Evarce Eslwards Morris. her home near XichoIas1lIe after a were week end guest of Miss On Wednesday morning Miss Leon a two week visit at the home of her Baker and Mr. Charlie Morris sur. Miss Allie Itussell Fish was the uncle, J. D. ilurchcll. their many friend by driving Mrs. Mary Mcl.in and daughter of gucit of Miss Elizabeth Hcazlcy fori to Danville and united in the holy j Apiyilachia, Va., were visitors of her bonds a few days. of matrimony. The bride is II. H. Ledford and family - md Mrs Leo sitter, Mrs. the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Price WilllKtaSaturday and Sunday. W. Hiker anil never looked prettier Moffett were week end guest of Mr. Mis Jessie Yancey of Louisville than on her wedding day, being atOrvilie Hoone. Par-to- n attended the burial of Mi Lura tired in a handsome blue suit with Mr. and Mr. O. I.. Hamiuack and Saturday and spent Saturday hat and shows to match. Mr. Morris family were the guest of relative night with Mrs. H. F. Parsn. i certainly to be congratulated on at Foxtown Sunday. . SI- -- ..I II II Cl.....k..l winning such n lovable girl as a life j Mr. O C Kucker spent .Saturday ate9mftnM fc companion, whose winsomenct nnd night and Sunday with hit mother, in .uany sterling characteristics has mother and aunt to their Mrs. Sarah Itucker. Detroit Mich., Thursday for an exher to the entire community. Mis Nannie Huff, teacher in the tended visit. The grown is the son of Mr. and Mr. graded school here will board with her Mr. John Colson has purchased f W. M. Morris and one of the most aunt, Mr. W. C. Wynn. Had lot now substantial farmers of this communI!. G. Wttttds his hou . II. wylie purciuis.m trie i, .Mr. y Mrs. Sarah Ituoker. ity. Doth have hosts of friends who S. Hallnrd farm at the sale Munday. .0(,M(jen given Jan. lit. Prke join in extending best withes for a price $74.50 per acre. happy life together, wishing every $3000.00 Mn. It. I.. Hill nnd children of, Misses Ellen and Cynthia Prewitt day to be a happy ns on their wedI til . I. .....! lit', itivilllivilil ttriinii 1.... invvfik., M..- bad ns their guests for the week end, ding day. W. O. Amlenioii Monday. Misses Columbia Tustey and ElizaI It ft Conctrnlng Tttth. d beth (lirtis and Mli Louise White who is .n Dennie Tusiie of There are curious fancies abont at Gibson Hospital is reported Kirksvflle and Mary Catherine Prewit teeth. To dreatn about ttelh was hold sons; better st thi writing. of Lancaster. to be a ttantliig that sorrow uu at Messrs Hilly Mason nnd Kobvrt Misses Ellen and Cynthia Prewitt hand, and It was still more unlucky Tomlinson of Lancaster were visitor entertained about 40 or 50 of their to dream ef one'n tietti falling out. in Paint Lick Monday evening. young friends Saturday night, not- Mhiij- - i. le still throw an extracted Mis Chnstine Itucker spent Thurs- withstanding the unsettled weather tooth Into the tire for luck, ami this they had u delightful time and nice U observed siiecltilly In the cose of day night and Friday with her young children to ensure that the rerefreshments were served. Mrs. J. G. Conn near Lancaster. mainder of their teeth will come propSchool began at the graded school erly. Teeth wide apart It said to bo Misses Addle. Crisclllis and Lucille Lackey of Lancaster were week end Monday with Misses Huff and Mar-.sin of future pr rity anil , 'Jarr-tUr1 Do' i' i. i.ar F'itt c' M- Fa'-'n. Mr. Bkr prid hre .ui I Hich-nion- It i itr, - rr '. hi The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 16, 1920 MANY SHOT DOWN WILL YOU RECOVER' a IN BELFAST RIOTS Fifteen Dead and Forty Wounded in Street Battling in Irish City. The full amount of your Ion? YOU WILL NOT Units Your Insurance Is Written in Accordance With the Values of To-da- TWO FARMS In that Famous Hanging Fork Valley, S! 3 MACSWINEY IS NEAR DEATH Property Values (Real and Personal) Have Practically Doubled During the Past Three Years. You Should Insure According To These Increased Values. 5 Munjer Strike of Lord Mayor of Cork Ha Progreited So Far That Even If He Took Food It Would Do Him No Good. 168 Acres of Wheeler Bros, and ri't'liis I ItolruM. Ir.'liilnl. AIL lit. ulil t) tin wit Til.- - kIIi m 11 to l HAVE YOU DONE IT? THOMPSON & ELLIOTT. At the National Bank. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. W It is not to much how "OTHERS make their as it is how does it meet the approval of the most critical consumer. WHITE SWAN, meeting the test and defies a superior. We are in the market at all times for wheat, rye, oats, corn, and barley. We will sell you ours or buy is in I in it wn il.'Miilti'lv ltiinn ttmt ' f.mr tttri trn.l imiirrl rvnlt llic'iiilf nf Hit' illiinlT iini'i nrr, n jotuu wouiiin ulm wit ni wIi.mi triNi hiiiimI tin1 to rlrnn i In tin' miKitiWi iitittrior iimt, liu Mf'f.'ii kiwiuti i:iil iitnl in.ir.- - ttn i SiitiinUy nl:l ' forty niiiiiliil iii Willi llltlll't .11IIIT(III Mrltl umiiiuI miti- - nilmlttiil i.i tin liny tl VUtur.it nlxl Mtttw lMiltai. who tin .lilitnril rn,i-- l TK wciv mi tlii'lr wnv to I itmriiliitf wIh'ii tin')I f.i. r i ilmui! li Hii- - Hii hy SI in .tn-liesni' S'' nliil liixitiiii tli il!iriliT ilicr Hirnifl nf 'M ih'i .1 iiml niitn-- l ii Urine j "i Yuri; itwi giving tin' iron ilio tliori' itth :!i'iv ti'imttt' to f.ir. Mnt of tlio H'iiili flitl to mhit At mi tiirly ln'iir otlnT ilimli'r ! IK'klll'llflHMMl 'f .Mill mi I III i;nrt rw. m iini.itiit iti.i rti-- whti . w.i iiltiiik.il 1) Slim IVItii-In) Simp Here wrii'Ktil, ami I lit tin- Mrii't tr mi. '' fnim mi iirtmin! t.tr Shopt Closed at StioU Fly. A ji:in of liipynnl wurkcrn. Imi'l.-- I I. ii mini r.irrjiti tlic mil. hi jm jri i.'.j ii. N'ortli irf't it wiilo tlior0 '.'ifuro litullns from llojiil iimihi. l ! In' i SliHIiklll rnioi. Ull-Mi' Titwrti otm-t- , u tin miml.! I n'jr, uli.Tf tli.-tui'ri' tiK2t,' x Stt.it tti'ro Ilri'l ii' ' ji W nf tiine. i 166 acres of G,H. Pennington Tl'i TO BE SOLD tnf I , iiti)t. tr wt - at Auction WEDNESDAY 1 .- 1 r .ti c it- ! 1 , SEPT. 22nd, l r r .'ir - ilr.'l iv 1 - I wlit-vlfi- v Hi. wt-r- .. ru-t- rink of tin- - ltltiiril worl;ir' t ilu'lr torr. Tlirri' Imii' liwn till tlri' r.MiuvU li M'i'riil who Wert Tlio !uik-'-ito ii tiiKpitiil nf X.irtli ftrivt .ruii'i'l) cIim K.nrt' Wi-I yours. Flour, meal, mill feed and hay for sale or trade. Lancaster Flour Mills. Incorporated THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R. DEN'N'V, Surplus $50,000. t. J. E. STORMES. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. Vfce-I'resUook-kepcr. Honor Roll Bonk President. S. C. DENNY, Chier PAUL ELLIOTT, Individual HUGH MOB LEV, General Book.Keeper. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad. Alex It. Denny. J. II. Pojey, J. E. Storme. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders. Dr. V. M. Elliott. Directors. Eleven Killed. Fifty Wounded. Siitur.lii)' iilli wiii t'lf worst Mute wlmt It MiuUrly knnwii roii.l. Kli'Wii u tin luittli' of Itmiih wcro klll.il mid tii'iirly forty All wnuti l.il. iniiny of tlit'in (lit kllUil wiTf yiititi. tiK'li the xalltiM of tfiiinlint w.iiiinS, A ft'iiturt' of Hie rlntlnc w of pmiriy of tin liy liiiviiilliiriHtii, 'I In- - tin lirUmtc liu.l mi "i''liilly liunl tliiic ilitrlni: Hi- tilclit In tislitlni: tli.' Ilium". Its work who ivikI.t.iI lil'l.'nii liy tli rontHtit rait If of iiiiit'lilno Ktin. 'I'll.' Sinn wTi' In Ktrntii: fiir-- niul to lie w.'ll iiill.i ultli a nil niul iiiiiiiiunltloii. llltPOM tlltttTIO' Hill .illll).li n k'rcut ilurlnc tin tlshtliu. 'I' I u' r ! w nlimunl of wrrrklin: of Imilvi mid Imrtilnic of furniture, both lml(xir mul un l Ii.' ntnvt. Report MicSvxIney Past Aid. liinl.iti, Aiii;. 31.- - The liunciT nirlkc of 'IVrt'tir- - .MacSuluey, lord m:i)or uf Cork, Inii iirni;ri'il m fur Mint lie l In licit condltlnn Hint i'M-i- i It fixxl now- - it would .In him no k'oo!. ncoTilliitf to u Ktutt'iut'iit liy Hi" IlrNton irlnn ilootnr to MncSwini'y'ii wlfi'. who -- llnl Iiit litKliiiml. .Miinr .MiicSwIncy U miI.I to lie fti'ii inorc uniely III thuii lit lnt re (Kirti, niul n chuiixt' fur tin' Hnrw m.iy rouii nt miy time In tlii- - next iii'.ii)' IMfnf lr tui'iity four ImiirH. MINERS TELL WILSON TO ACT Pennsylvania for 27 "Insurgents" Ask Per Cent Boost In Wages. O. K. Just received a car load of American Wire Fence Better get your Fence for Fall while you can. will be scarce and hard to get. It WIlkfH Ilnrri-- . I'm.. Ant;. :il Three liumlrnl ili'U'uiiti't from ln innirD-n- t 1. (.'nihil Mine W.ir'. lnc:il nf fM of Auii'rlcn. mid ili'li'tftitcH I'Mtltii tin- - liilniar of the I'i'iiMi)l:mln Co;il iiininiiiy, now on ttrlke, niet hern nml uiloiitnl ri'xdiitliint inking Prvv Idetit W'lUuu to npiirnte (lie minority rrjMirt of the nntlimrlte conl roinml-- . hIiiii. The resolution nla notify the!' lir'l.l.iit that utiles mi :mwer 1It re nil! Ci'Ued on nr before Si'ileinher nii'ti "will rifnilu fnim work." W'lille' live reji. the tleleiilten HiTi" In reeii tnt I ves of I lie iliiiirttnent of Justice were In the rlty to olitnln llrnt Imii. I Information of the t.rupoHed no Hon. Artiir.Iliitf to unolllclnl liifurin:i- Hon. the nwnrd nf tin! anthracite cnminWiInu nllnw-- the uilner nn In cn-nof npiirotltnntely 17 nr cent The minority reort wntlld Klve the' men about "J7 lor cent. litrtrt .eon Pike. The Wheeler Farm miles from Danville. G miles from Stanford. The Pennington Farm o miles from Danville -- 5 miles from Stanford. These farms adjoin and comprise M-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 ,,Hanjrinjr 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 .S00 acres to the man who wants a large farm. We can "Cut the Cloth" for the "Little Man" or the "Big Man." 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 10x1 OS and Fine lawn to pike 80x40, 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, X 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 dwelporch and fine cellar, 2 concrete silos, each ling with 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. So 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 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 sold at 10 o'clock, sharp, rain or shine. After dinner the Pennington farm will be sold prompt ly at 2 o'clock. out-buildings. In Lincoln County, Kentucky, on the Danville & Stanford ell-fro- nt BRITISH Sikhs TR00PS0UST Made. ARABS Miles e This mar be the last chance to buy this kind of land so conveniently located Don't delay. (Set in touch with "Real Estate Headquarter." Easy terms. PoMetaion January 1, 1921. For further particular e the owner at the farm, or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville office, or W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or Our price will be right. Take Bikuah, Thirty Northeast of Bagdid Slight LOGSDON PAINT LICK, KY. k CO. ,VI Mm. St. Itukiihii. a town mlle nnrtheast of ltiixd.nl. wlilrli' wj tiikeu hy Anili trlliemieii In revolt I nzultmt Itrlllsli mlo reo'iitly, n ik cui'le.l hy Sikh (ItrltWu Indliin) trn.ii. ni'cordln to ii dliatcti fnim H.ik'Ii.I. offeriil hy tlnly llht It l uld. the Arab In the in M."ioMtiiiiiU the sltUJtlau U wllhuut cliau(i. lui'l.m. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Got riltncti Hn. The best Auctioneer in Kentucky will be en the black. sales, look your data for our October Sale. the date of our The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 16. 1920 BIG HARM TO CROPS FROM GRASSHOPPERS Situation Is Particularly Serious in Dakotas. Ptst Destroylna tint Good Crop Hav Hid 6lnct Begin-nlnof Eittnded Dry Saon Poison Bait Favored. g 1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff!, G. M. Trcadwoy, et nl. VS. Defendant. Kuth Hurkcr. et l. Pursuant to a judement rendered at the August Terra, ltL0, the under-signe- d Master Commissioner will fell at public miction lo the highest and bet bidder, before the Court House Door in Litneaster, Ky., at II o'clock, A. M.. or thereabout, on MONDAY. SKPTKMHKH 27. Voting Precincts NewCounty Regular Term, August Garrard Court 23, 1920. Present Hun. Forest Stapp, Judtfe. In compliance with Chapter 64, Acta of 1920, Kentucky Statute! requ'ring the redisricting of the maRitterial diitrictt of the varioiu rountie of the State of Kentucky, thereby creating more voting precincts to conform to the law in regard to tame, owing to the women of this Commonwealth being granted the right of iuffrnf and the Garrard County Court having Frmn In nr' Infesting ilit hrrc-to'fnr- e imrtliiTii iortlMi appointed H. V. Baatin, A. T. Scott, K. B. Ray and C. B. Lcdford as commissioners to redistrict said County, the of i North I'akota, Michigan ntnl said commissioners mn Ic the following report, which is adopted and it is ordered by the Court that the said magisterial dis-of ttir Cascade uuMililatii. l.y tin- lo report tricts of Garrard County be redistricted accordingly, follows: In Hit- - Dnkotn of entomology. the sltuntleti In piirtlculnrly nrlntu hfgiixi the fnnn hate nufTiTiil from 1. lettrnl yearn of drought, nml tin- - nor-ne- t' farmer' batik nrcouiit Ik much Heginning on the Kentucky river nt the mouth of Dix Iliver; thence drcrenml by llifo ytnrs of ejtrtiniljr up said Dix Itiver to Tan Yard Hranch; thence with raid branch with it 1, low cri'Ji yield. Now mine the meander to the old Stone House where it intersect with the road leading rrnliopiT In destroy the tlrt good Ilrinninc at tlio rrntrr of the Public KiUro in Lancaster, thence with to Hryantville; thence with the center of said road to Hrynntnille; thence crop the farmer linti bun able lo prow lnce the beginning of the ex- tin- mnl.Hi' of l.exltiton Street to the City Limit; thrnce with the Cen- with the center of the Lancaster and Lexington pike to the Hridge over the ter of the I. mint-tonke to the llryantxville MniriMt rinl Dittrict lloumlnry; Kentucky river nt Camp Nelon; thence down raid river to the mouth of Dix tended dry season. In tunny raw . the farinfr' imillrntmnt l thence with ald Houmlary to the lloyle County line; thence with the Hoyle lllvcr the beginning. t ounty line to the New Danville ilke; thence with nnl ilke to the City Lim- The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Hrynntsville, Ky. ihence with the center of Danville Street to York .Street; thence with the center of York treet to Maple avenue; thence with the center of Maple nvmue to the nlley nt IkicK of A. T. Amlerron's; thence n Mrnicht line Heginning nt Kentucky Hiver bridge, at Camp Nelson; thence with lo center of Public Square, the lu'irlnnini:. The place of voting thall he within nlil hounilnry in Iinontter, Ky. the center of the Lexington nnd Uincnster pike to the pike leading to Ml. Hebron; thence with center of the Mt. Hebron pike to the new road between farms of Tom Hick and Sid Doolin; thence with center of said road to the County road between the farm of C. M. Dean and N. J. (Soiney; thence with the center of said County road to Sugar Creek; thence with center of nid He Uinninir at center of Puhlic S(Uare nt'Lancnter; thence n trnichl creek to the Jesse Davidson Hill; thence across to the mouth of Davis Creek line to the rroxinc of nlley hark of A T AnilernonN thenre with the center to the Kentucky river; thence tlown the Kentucky river to the beginning. of Maple Avenue to York Street; thence with the renter of York Street to The p'nee of vo'ing hall be within said boundary at Hryantuville, Ky. Dnntille Street; thence with the center of Danville Street nnil center of New Danville pike to the Hoyle County line; thenre with the Hoyle County line I inc'.ln ("ounty line; thence with Lincoln County t line to the Mouth of Hranch to Water Work hrnnrh; thence with the renter of Water Work Water Work; thence with center of Water Work road to PaulilinK Street; Heginning nt the mouth of dirt road, on Poor Hidge pike, called Sad thrni-- with the renter of Pauhlinc Street to Danville Street; thence with Uine, in Houndnry to Lancaster Magisterial District, thence with line of center of Danville Street to center of Public Square, the btxinnini:. Magisterial District to the line of Hrynntvillc Magisterial District; The place of voting shall he within ail boundary in I..inoiitcr, Ky. thence with same to the mouth of Davis Creek on Kentucky river; thence up on Feeding Young Gratthcpptrt said river to mouth of Paint Lick Creek; thence up same to the mouth of dirt Clover. road, leading from Paint Lick Creek to Huckeye; thence with center of aid road to Hurkeye turnpike: thence with center of said pike to mouth of dirt lth tin fund aallM' to enable Itlm Heiri'ininc at center of Public Square in Lancaster; thence with cen road leading which ttirtateii Mm to fight the to Scott Fork Creek from Huckeye, thence with the center of ter of Danville Street to Pauldinic Street ; thence with center of Pnuldinc said road to Scott Fork Creek; with bankruptcy thence down creek with center to mouth of of Street to Water Work Itnad; thence with center of Water Work road to dirt The United Stnti" road called Sad Lane; thence with center of nul Lane to the beginning. with center of Water Work branch to the Lincoln nrrlculturo has no atnllaMe fund for Water Work; thence The place of voting hall be within said boundary at Huckeye Ky. the pun"'. I'Ut l Rllnc Hch nlt-ane- County Hno; thence with Lincoln County line to the Ijinraster and Crab a It mn toward putting control Orchard turnpike; thence with the center of nid turnpike to the Iincnster Into effect. City Limit; thence with center of Crab Orchard Street to Campbell Street; (Imn-lii'-l Hlacksmith ix r Imlt, made noronlltitf to thence with center ef Campbell Street to the nlley at Kelley' Heginning nt the mouth of dirt road, called Sad l.anc on Poor Hidge .! irl ri below and the direction hop; thence n Mrniirht line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. pike; thence with boundary of Huckeye Precinct No. 11 to Paint Lick Creek; the Infested nun. I a leril The place of voting hnll be wnl'in "id boundary in ljincnter, Ky. thence tin lilrhly uefesful weapon to ctn-rwith center of said creek to dirt road on said Creek nt Thomps Sebast. tian's farm; thence old boundary between Walker School House and Huck17m 23 found of wheat bran; 1 eye, to line interjecting the Uincaster Magisterial District; thence with pound of pari grim, or white art-nlc- : tame to the beginning. llnHy fl or letmin oraiifr The pace of voting s' nil b? within said boundary at Teatervi!le, Ky. Ilrginning at center of Public Square In Ijincnler; thence a Mraight ; 2 quart of of the alley with Campbell Street nt Kelley' Hlnckmith ami from 2 to t ration of line to the cromg hop; thence with center of Campbell Street to Crab Orchard Street; thence water. Otr.rr halt are desrrllietl In Farm-e- r with center of Crab Orchard Street to the City Limit; thence with center of Heginning at a dirt road near the residence of Thomp Sebastian on llullotln 717. l.'ntlt-- State iljiirt-mn- t Crnb Orchard pike to the Lincoln Count line; thence with the Lincoln Coun ty lino to the Paint Lick .Ministerial Dutrlrt corner; thenre with said Dint, Paint Lick Creek; thence up said Creek to the farm of William Anderson of ngrlrtilture. Iit there I lllllo dlSTcti lire In their nlatle line to the Lancaster and Kirksville turnpike; thence with center of raid pike and to the intersection of line between Huckeye nnd Hrandy Spring Magisrliricy. In molt ruinate tin' lM to the Uinenster and Itlchmond pike at llynttsville; thence with center of terial District; thence with nme to Httck Creek and intersection of line of mil) ! applied In tlio morning, hut in Kichwontt Magisterial District; thence with same to the farm of tHe to the City Limit; thence with center of Hichmond Street to Huckeye and kcrni-arlregion It should tmt ott Hen Turner on Long Hrnnch; thence down said branch to the mouth of Hack - the center of Publi Kiunre, the beginning. In tin ewnlng I" ncure the b"t The place of voting shall be within aid boundary in lincnster, Ky. Creek; thence up the center of Hack Creek to the dirt road near the resi Mtlt. dence of Crilf Hardin; thence with center of said dirt road to Paint Lick Creek, the beginning, being the same boundary of the original Walker School HORSE'S FEET REQUIRE CARE House Precinct. The place of voting shall be within said boundary mar Hnckley, Ky of Anl. OcttxVt Pay to Neglect Shc Heginning at center of Public Square in Lancaster; thence with cenmal Permanent Injury May Oe ter of Hichmond Street to the City Limit; thence with center of Hichmond the Result. pike pike to the Kirkville pike at Hyntuville; thence with the center of Inciirsbly to the Paint Lick Magisterial District line; thence with tnid line to the Huck-ey- e Many n horse becotni 14 Magisterial District line; thence with tnid line to Sugar Creek; nt corner lame nml ha lo be killed lone Ix foro hl tlino; nml mot of ti'ii tlio cnuo Heginning at Lowell; thence with the center of Short Pike to the Lan of A. D. Font's place; thence with center of inid creek to the three fork; Miint' tronMo In tlio foro ft ft. IH not thence with center of Antioch Fork to the Iron Hriilge on Hurkeye pike; caster nnd Hichmond pike, thence center of same to the White Lick pike of In tlm try to Street; thence with center of White Lick road to the road leading from Cnrtersville r thence with the center of Huckeye pike to the corner of Campbell jour liorf. i!o lo Hit lu't you enn flml. anil lot litm Iibo thence with th corner of Campbell Street to the nlley at Jerry Doty'; thence to Kerens thence with center of same to the Madison County line; thence with same to the mouth of Lowell Hranch to the Walker School House line: IiIr own way. llno jour lioro kluHl n straight line to the center of the Public Squnre. the beginning. The p'.ice of oting sMl! le within :ud boundary in Lancaster, Ky. thence with fame to the beginning. at Want oiiro In four wtiU. Auilil The place of voting shall be withing said boundary nt Paint Lick, Ky lone CIW. Hit' McluT tin foot Is ralutt from tlio enminl. tlio orn for tl.f foot. Koo llmt tlio lno l I'lc llttlo too tiiouch, nnil nt tlio liooU Ug for tlio foot. Sio tliat jonr Heginning at Lowell pike; thence with center of same to the Lancas thence Ilrginning at the center of Public Square in lioro' ffvt ro ktpt mfl tfodnlly Mrnight line to the crossing of the nlley with Campbell Street nt Jerry Doty' ter and Hichmond pike; thence with the center of same to the White Lick HoIn n lone M'oll "f 'If)" wntlior. mo lilt ttiot-- If In- - ktnniln In for n thence with center of Campbell Street to Htickeye Street; thence with cen- pike; thence with center of White Lick road to John Davis; thenre with this Mit'k or moro, lint clvo liltu I ttlilltn; ter of Huckeye ottct't to City Limit; thence with renter of Huckeye pike to line and including same to Tellie (ireen' line; thence with hi line Including to ktnnil on, nt Hint lu will not the Iron Hridge; thence with center of Sugar Creek to the Three Fork there- simie to Mr. Fannie (irccti' line, including same, to Copper Creek pike; No iloiidt )on know of; thence up the North Fork to Kemper Lane; thence with the center of thence with center of nmc to Woodsview School House; thence with center footnon'. Ikfm llilncit journlf. Iiut konivtliaot said lane to l.exingtnii turnpike; thence with the center of snid turnpike to .of dirt road to John Tanke rslcy'; thenre with center of dirt road through J oil forei't llit'in. the City Limit; thence with Lexington Street to the center of by (i. C. Gattincau't to the Walker pike crossing snme; thence with center Magisterial District of road through Walker' tc Couch pike, to the Public Square, the beginning. place ol voting shall be wi'hin said boundary In Lancniter, Ky. linej thence with same to County read on Back Creek; thence wan center of The MAKES FORESTRY FARM Mine to the beginning DETTER PAY FARMING The place of voting thall be within ald boundary nt Manse K fanns ili ori-gni- Ornlioppers eit li'!0, at MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. Boones Creek. Precinct No. 9, Buena Vista Precinct No. n - ft lt otr lit(il t. Precinct No. 10, Bourne. the renl estate mentioned in the pleading and described n follow: All of aid property i In Paint Lick, (Sarrard County, Kentucky, anil bounded as follow; 1st. Tract: Heing what i known a the 1. C. Kucker home place nnd containing about .1 acres, and wns deeded to 1. C. Hucker. by J. L. re Harne bv deed March !!, corded in the clerk' otfice of the Giirrnrd County Court in Deed Hook No. r. page 2UK. on the ICichmonil and Iincnster Turnpike and describ-isnid deed, and further decribt'd bv mete nnd bound in n deed from llnckney fc Wife to J. - Harne In n Precinct No. 2, Water Works. if ffi BUCKEYE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 3. Precinct No. 11, Buckeye. Lm-cast- Precinct No. 3, Gilberts Creek. Clerk' office, and both of aid deed are refered to a part hereof nnd the description contained therein are made n part of this ilced ns if fully copied herein. 2nd. Tract: Adjoin the afore to I. C. said tract and conveyed Hucker by deed dated October 17, WON from h. I.. Wood, recorileil in Deed Hook No. 30, page in on the wild Clerk' Office, nnd i wnter of Paint Lick Creek and on the Northwest ide of the Hichmond k Lancnster Turnpike, containing lft.21 acres, and i fully described in said deed from Wood to Hucker, which i referred to and made n part hereof and the description therein mnde n part of this iteed n if fully copied herein. 3rd. Tract, containing certain lots in Paint Lick, Ky., described a folHeing certain lot in and near lows: the town of Paint Lick. Kentucky, known a No. 1, No. 2, No. H No. 4, Deed Hook No. 5. nage 1011. in said ', Precinct No. 12, Teatersville. No. 0. Nniiii. No. fi7 nnd .No. fih. described nnil contained in a certnin map reccrded in Deed Hook No. 28. page lii, of aid Clerk' Office and Jeeii to taiii land I from A. J. Mild to I. C. Hucker dated October I I. mil. and recorded in Deed Hook 2!i. page GS, in snid Clerk's office. And said deed nnd said map are referred to for more specific description of said land and are made n part of this deed a if fully copied herein. There i deducted from the econd Precinct No. 4, Fall Lick. trnct of land purchased from K. I U oou by Kucker 2.oo acre, which was told by 1. C. Hucker nnd wife to the Garrard County Hoard of by deed dated May 28. 1!U2, and recorded in Deed Hook No. .15, Kdu-catio- low-cnul- o pnge liS.t, Precinct No. 13, Walker School House utj r- Precinct No. 5, Poor House. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 4. Precinct No. Paint Lick. 1 liorn-uliw- Commissioner will offer nld lots separately nnd then n a whole and the bid or bid will be accepted rer.liz-.nthe mo.it money for the said property. And he will offer raid land in separate tract and then a n whole nnd he will accept the hid or bid realizing the most money. The purpose of the sale I to divide the proceeds among the joint owner of the property. TEKMS: The property will be sold on a credit of six months nnd the purchaser or purchaser will be required to execute bond or bond with approved tecurity ,due in six month for the purchnse price, and bearing interest at six per cent from dnte until paid, having the force nnd effect of n Judgment upon which execution may issue, rnynble to W. H. Hrown. Master Commissioner of the Gnrrard Circuit Court, and lien will be reserved upon the property old until the purchase money is paid. W. H. Hrown, Master Commissioner Gnrrard Circuit Court. I . L. Walker. Atfy for Pllff. The in said Clerk office. Precinct No. 6, Sugar Creek. Precinct No. 15, Manse.' troubles peculiar to women. The thctsands cl w orr.en wl a lave been he'ped b Cudui in the past sC years, is c onclu-tlv- e r'ocl iliat II I a Kood medicine lor women It should who sutler. help you, loo. There can be no doubt zs to the rr.cr't ct Cnrdtsi, the wurVs Kmc, in the trctmcnt cl many EE BY 1. Markitlns limit r rrtiftl-nM- MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 2. Precinct No. 7, Marksbury. Precinct No. 16, Lawson School House Heginning at King Mill Hrulge on IKx Ktver; thence with the Lexingand Danville pike to Camp Dick Hobinson. nt the Intersection of the Lex. ton ington nnd Lancnster juke; thence down mid pike lo the Mt. Hebron pike; thence with the center of aul pike to new road between the farm of Tom prtfit. llirks and Sid Doolin; thence with the center of mid road to the Counly road 6. Iiicri nliic tin' al' vnluo of between the furw of C. M. Dean nnd N. J. Ciosney; thence with the center llm farm. of inid road to Sugar Creek; thence down inid creek to the Herring Hill, thence up wild Hill and with the center of Kemper Lane to the Uincaster and House. branch to Lexington pike; thence crotmg inid pike and down Camden PROVIDING SHADE FOR HENS lloones Creek; thence down Hoonet Creek to Dix Klvcr; thence down the No. 17, to the In ginning. Pro- river Quick Growing Plant Fumlih Heginning at George Connor's; thence with renter of branch to J. H The plate of Voting shall be within nid boundary at Mnrktbury, Ky. tection aa Wall a Feed Rap la and Arthur McQucrry' excluding snnie; to Kvalyn Pointer's line excluding Particularly Uttful. same to J. T. McQuerry's thence with center of lane to Union road; thenre No. 8, with center of snme to Woodsview School House; thence crossing pike with lniUt! for Hit rtiUlicn Artificial Mr. Fannie Green's line to Telly Green's line; thence with name to John flioulil not lut'd t le I'rovlilttl wore Kings Mill on Dix Kivc.r; thence with the center of the Heginning at than one )iar mn If out la u liort of Unvi' line; thence with Davit' line to White Lick; thence with center of Danville pike to Camp Dick Kobinicn to the intersection Lick road to Cartersville road; thence with center of said road to the lean? tmaiit TlitTi' nro quick trow, Lexington and with the center of the Uncnitcr White j.lanta which lll furnMi itvltx the Lancniter nnd Lexington pike; thence leaving said pike ollowinjr the Madison lines thenre with same to the Kockcastle County line; thence with lor l tlon witl food aa will. Ilu "" and Lexington pike to Hryantaville; thence mine to the Lincoln County line; thence with mine to the beginning. ful fur Ihla iiuri'on'! kunttouir of center of the pike leading to Tun Yard Hranch at the old tone house on J. The place ef voting shall be within raid boundary at Cartersville Ky. a, cnMor I t una uml II. Leavel's place; thence with Mid branch to Dix rivers thence up Dix Klvcr the xarloui VMlrtlt r"or luorv arm of luonilns iclorlin. beginning. G. C. C. ut out currmtta. to the forest Stapp, M.ruianriit kliaUf. The pluce of vn'ine, shall b within said boundary nt Hryanlsvillc Ky nit'dii. 3. Pumli'liInK t iiiiloiiitnt for nu n mnl ti iiiim In ulntir. i. Muklui: unMo Im.ils )WM n 2. Kum.IjIiik tlnil'tr for farm Heginning nt (Seorgc Connor' thence with the center of branch to J, H. nnd Arthur McQucrry' Including same, to Kvelyn Pointer' line, m 'at' ing same to J, T, McQucrry'; thence with center of lane to I'mon ror.d; thence with center of said road to dirt road at John Tankersley; thence w,h center of said road a new line to the Walker pike crossing tame, thence with center of road through Walker's to CSooch pike; thence with center of sa .1 to line of Lancaster Magisterial District; thence with said line to the beg n ning. The place of vol ni: shall be within .iid boundary near l.owion Scroc! Tak CAROUI saTlu Woo's ck Tonic ra Precinct Cartersville. Precinct Bryantsville. arner, cl .Mrs. N. I. Hlxton, Tenn,, wnlcs: "I was ta.,nn throujh and the . . . My sides were terr.bie, nnd my tuitertr.,: indescribable. I cu't tell )m I haw hurl, about and where I all over, I Cik began C rdul, and try IctJ Lr.d less, pains crew until was cured. I am icmaitusiy siron tor a M7m woman W years cl a;t. 1 ... 1 Tiy Cartful, today. t76 IT tr: Utjaaetierrlta bjmI twirlr. Jude The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 16, 1920 WRKLEYS WHAT'S DOING IW IN POLITICS tin' 'ilHiitiiiiiii f mi exe i t,t- ,if llltll lllld Wottlcll M I Hillill 'lie N! S Ilf lt' tttlp.lltfll, til Jf ii ! ii.ne ultiiiit ompieted their irjatu ii .111. .lull ti I. Clmiiltmn tin- - following turn. linj.-Judje Alex ! 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Hoard of the Awerlmn l ervlv io war. 1 m MM Who I lo.rn and thoe Mel nf tke pttv. fiir wliIWi rei.'Hle f the nutty furwer In the plat I .iimenitk-;wrt- nr'rf lMHy IT -- I'J II,' . nf riiWI; t thi t reomirf ' Iro ft pttw li rW tot ih ir they six- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Wir.itjn.SUm. N. C. teen dollar, a hm wfco there any htn ttoMiind dotlar f. m other eiwl HienNttr to Mp eten HunllM: he to ., . m,.Hl. Aretnrtislim.ii maVe tiie htthv llerted --fl w-- refeiei ral nnd tti. i:.ib-iU.luii fUH4ll 'Mm fit HlMfHtor ml 4'blntS" wne1i hetweeii tlMit lit had etertlou. Ins o mm li a ttm f iwit to lielp Meet lliintlMc' There eeni I I. - dtatUKi ridattoa tH.imeen the hU! (wit of mil nml the hlsfr rtre nf aei fur - efeiii xttW Tie of NiittHi to neul fnm. WurreH tt. IlanllH.' t l t". Itttt It OMll liMtHT.'il fur hltn l't ;wkI Here lire few of the unilnriinl Iniivy artillery who Iwve heeii enHiol liy t'halniiiiii nf the SMukir' Iturean : Harry . Cat Arttnle With Impunity. In mm part of Austria, and In the hllljr country toward Hungary, there exUta tho extraordinary custom of rutins arenlr. one of the moat deadly pol.n. There. kwwr, the peannnta are m a ecu- touted to Ita uae that they are able to take huso quantities without barm, ami I hoy aaaert that the remarkahl beuuty of their women folk Is tmtlrely due to constant drugging with arwiile. tt-dail- y I purrhmlnif, l'reently they happened to pa throttch the restroom and tin leather-covererhalri lookeil Inciting to Kttn. Turnlnc to her mother, alia remarked: "Couldn't you park me here while you mid aunty do the reat ot your ahopplncT d Wanted to D "Parhtd." I'Mn wrr Mother ntintr nnd lift V.Un a quite downtown liopplni:. tired, and they still had many placid to co to hofnre they had finished their fur the I eiiioi'nit ill till !llli puitfii: !n. Jiniie Al. fox. Tni'iklm ltoiteVdt. WIIIIiiiii l! All Ado... (.'iincre mnn lleltln, of Aln'mnu Si-- i utor J. I V IliM kliiini : Si'imtor A t StJtnley, Airs ..rj WINon Si..nrt. Ah Alice Mni. Air. A. Al. H.irrUm, oiv t'lnirle A. Itrmi.-li-, of Arkaii :i: Helm Itnice, V V l.ile.. Mr I on Itii, of llllnol; Air. Itorili-lliirr'tnnti. of New Vork: A. W Iturk ley, l Klmheloe. It. V. TlmiiUM lr. lieu Johiion, A. It. Itiue, .1 Tamp hell fiinirlll. W. J. Held. WimmI Miihene, to liWI id- - l. From Wood to Silk. foret hne heen rut down to tipily tie world with pwidl", hut! tltiitu r lu tlll lnwr iu i!itlti. l now required fur the msnnfartiire of IU, itocklnc nnd other nltlre thde of nr tltlclal "IIW, for whteh .(h. N tbs raw material Whole The Wise Wlft. wife won't tet her huehund c't Ui nt.'l clve one of the rhll dren ii drink after he co.- to hed, If he doe, he will go nruuni! all the next d.iy rotaplnitiltu that ti wa ui all nlitit nd nevrr cot it wink of Meep. Ark.itiaw Ttioin Cat. A j l tnirt r.ut Vat to tfii im a h r rt On - ctie deetid n lh- ''! - I'e t. at fw1 f fx 11 irei;,- .' he one ?itt .mia'ioii "? tlio xtjnr of ! nihr Itl r oi'i n'lnjher of ft t tat-ge- let fl Th.it tnxn ti .t'C'-sfei- dendi ! l tin HEARTS DESIRE THE RICH 99 Air II. II. KIllviUllis, 1 Jr., of Shelhy- - THE GARDEN SPOT OF LINCOLN COUNTY 76 ACRE FARM OF MRS LILLIE N. GREEN I lii't-otn- iiiinther till nrtlvrly elillteil In the work of imikliii Kentucky ,ife for I e mini who OUR BEST FLOUR LIST IS BEST MEAL All Kindt of Feed. Oats, Hay, Clover and Timothy Seed all Air, Klni!rlti inooracy thl full. ruptiilti of the t'l.-Artillery dur- the World War nnd ered :i In .tniclor at Camp Taj nr and I'ort SMI He hi 1.' r fret it I organization of I'm llnl ltixievelt rluh In nery prerlnrt Ii the state HI estimate l that there till he four thoiiKund joiiiil iiu-i- i ami iluli lu the y.iuiii Momeii tate when thl work i:W under wuy vn Iru-- FORMERLY OWNED BY DAN TRAYLOR AND E. S. COWAN) subdivided her the vlt.it duty of nil to aV.ikeii Mnmeli to the of reulternii; In Octoher s that they Mill not .- their tote III .nwin It I In-- at fair prices. Coal, Salt, Cement, Brick. Rock, Sand and nil iliie if the llrt fmtr lu k.Mllrl.N lllll aUo tti tnher It. Wher er ilxel Ii. nrdliiiiiH'e It I Imperii on 'hit eerj white Voter er tnher i I lae d.i .u Public Auction ON THE PREMISES 'e 'iee rc-it- ! l.iy. HARDING WORRIES REPUBLICAN PRESS liUKVllle, K.. Sept S- .- TVImleand nnre.trlctfil xtippirt of U.trreti li. Hirdlic, the lie iiuMlran .itididute for prehlent, I proving a t r ilia elTort for many IteptiMii-.iit!i"l THURSDAY, SEPT. 23rd, AT 10 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE. Located two milea from the Stanford Court hot so on Goshen Pike, (l.oers Lane) on Logan's Creek. Kvery foot of this farm i.s bottom L't'itl and as rich as cream. It is the le.i farm for ts size in Lincoln county or any otlier coiintv. Yon may find as good land as this in otht r counties in Kentucky hut we don't care where you go, you will not find any better dirt than this. Saying a "Heep'', but aa true as Holy Writ. This farm is a Jewel. I'ertile, rich, in hiirh H'rttc of cultivation, a producer ami money maker. Choice, nifty stuir. It will make your mouth water Io look this one over. "My their fruits yo shall know them". Just give the crops one loi4 and he convinced that this place is all we claim for it and even more. y eight room residence, halls concrete veranda ami I.MPIIOVK.MKNTS An elegant .'torch nd concrete walks. Splendid cellar, beautiful shade trees; pretty lawn, nice approach, large new tobacco barn, large stock barn, garage, granary, crib and all sorts of outbuildings. Fine water, well, cistern, etc. It is an ideal place to live, choice location and in splendid neighborhood. Just the right distance from town. This tine farm will be subdivided into ten acre tracts on up. From 111 to lf acres with all improvements and atld to it until you get exactly what you want. Located just right for dairy or truck gardens. This is splendid tobacco, hemp, corn land. It will produce anything. No richer land on the face of the earth. This is certainly a Golden Opportunity for some one. It is seldom that you have a chance like this on this kind of property. Hoys give her a look. She is all your heart could desire. One glance will hIiow you that we are offering something out of the ordinary. TERMS exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. For full particulars, blue prints etc, see, write or phone either Mrs. Llllie M. Green or C. H. Green on the farm, or two-stor- Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. fBBaaaSBBBtoiBBBSlBBBBBBB'BBBB I School Begins Monday Tablets, and Pencils I that the children will need Willi Senator llardlnu' nttetnpt to hi on ii iIh ti of world peace f ir the l.eatrile of Nation, ulreail) of the mtirlied to liy twenty-tllllileidiiii; mil. 'in of the world, the ma l ir tv of ll. piililkiin pr- tlml eere f ttilt On thl ixtllit tint I'hlladelphlu I'uli- N'' l.eduer, predicts that Senator Hurdlni; "will not urotine any reniendoiu i'Uthuslatit In tills prtic .it niitloti by rallylui: It to take a no. hie Main! on the rotted platform of Hu ll title Trlhitnul, the nmt pathetic ftllttre lu hUtnry" On the kattie (piotloti the St, litit I !In!ivI totnnrr.lt. a Itepuhllcati paper. i..iree with lliinlllii: lu Ids atUmpt tn prove thut l'nliiinr troiililes inn he ir.ircd tn the Leacue of Nllnus, The l an xpeiliiietit that I.isuMie It entitled to every ch.une to m.iku niwpiiper. 'ilititutr - IimhI, I McRoberts i "i'oor "Id Marionette" Hill.piUea I'hlladelphla lleoinl. "He hue lrlel to utraiMIe on the Uue of tint Leiiuue of Nations and Is dearly he iI'MiiiuhI to a liml full," Drug Store nial. The Ohhi Stale Jnunnl, Kepuhllcan, ueru that fuv, Cm makes out a ittrotiK c.isri lu hit sliuh fund flume uuwcred by were de Col. that rau'l hughes J. B. & Mccarty Dinwiddle on the Block. STANFORD, KENTUCKY.