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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 31, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921033101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 31, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY FIRST YRAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, lyiARCH 31. 1921. NUMIRR 11. CPL. JESSE CALICO FEDERAL County Judge Forest Stapp I rut Mon weeks term, the Garrard County day, all without contest. Circuit Court adjourned yesterday This office has recently gotton out Scored. The last will and testament of the The docket wa practically cleared for the Dixie Poultry Farm, at Hry Cincinnati, O., Hilly Sunday wa Hon. Henry S. McKlroy, of Lebanlate II. F. Hudson, written by his during the session. nntaville, several thousand catalogs The remains of Cpl. Jese Calico, The grnndjury after sitting five announcing their mating list for at his best In a sermon on "Homo." who mail the supreme sacrifice In on, one of the committee sent to own hand on February I Dili., 1021 What that little word mean to the Foreign Soil. In September, 1918, ar Washington City several weeks ago, directs that his property be dlstribut day returned 21 indictments In all; 1921, of their Single Comb Whit prospector In the Klondike, deadly Leghorns and White Plymouth Hock far-of- f rived at hl homo In Taint IJck, this to take up the matter of the Federal ed according to law, except that he six for carrying concealed rnuntv last Saturday afternoon and Highway through Hart, (Jreen, Tay- bequeaths to his widow about $11,000 weapons; three for transporting two of the most popular varieties thu Ksqulmaux, and others wa driv. en home by the evangelist. Hoy and which she had previously Inherited liquor, one detaining a woman, one In the feathery kingdom. wm lal.l to rest In the ol.l Taint Lick lor, Marion, Hoyle, (Iarrard cemetery Sunday evening at 3 T. M Madison counties has just been noti- from her father' estate, , this Is mnlicloua shooting, eight for gamb The genial proprietor, Mr. It. I who stray from their mother1 apron before n concourae of people that fied from the department at Wash- given in addition to what the law- ling ami one for taking property Hrown. has (pared no expense nor string were dragged over thu coals would give her. ington as follows; without felonious intent. trouble in selecting these choice by the speaker. wan estimated at two thoumnd. "When a boy begins to hang hi Washington, 1. C, March 211, He names his son, Shirley Hud The body Inspected the Jail and re pens, having purchased them from were accompanied by The remain F. P. Friable ported It in good condition and the leading breeders throughout th hat over one car and hit the cigarTvt. Wright of the Hint. Field Artli- - In reply to your inquiry of March son and his 22nd., we have to inform you that as his executors to wind up his es found no prisoners. country. As a testimonial to the ette and the booze, and cnlls his lery of Camp Knox. Legion of Helilal the recommendation of Mr. Voeshell, tate, and are to act without bond Circuit Clrrk's Office Inspected quality of hi birds, he can point father "the old man," and puts In The American The laat day the grandjury was in with pride to the many winnings h n good share of the night chasing Sanforil Twtt of this county hclil the regarding the route from Hardyville or surety and to sell and convey all some chicken down the Great White last sad ritei for Corporal Calico to Danville, has been accepted. Un- property at a time thought desirable session. It Inspected the Circuit mado with them during the Clerk's officu and respectfully re last winter. At the Armory Way, nnd trying to win a Jackpot which consisted of every lcglonalre der date of March 17th. the route by them. The will of Mis Sallie Tillett. portnl the following to Judge Har- - snow in i.ouisvh e hi blnls won on a pair of fours, and lays up in the county, the pull hearer In in question was approved ns eligible e In some dated February tlth., appoints II din: eight ribbon out of ten entries; at against a quart of of Ilirhard Uck to receive Federal Aid." uniform, consisting The above letter was written by Clay Kaulfman her executor and 1st: The Grand Jury as a body the Music Hall show In Cincinnati sud parlor, and crawls into the hay vy, Nelson Conn, Herbert Schooler, Mark Jennlng. Hilly Cox nml Geo T. St. John Wilson, Chief Knginerr asks that all her proerty anil lift' on thl dny vUited and Inspected his birds won fourteen prizes out o from the lost dance with n three-steheudache, it's dollars to doughnuts Kaulfman, who wai with Cpl. Calico In the Department at Washington, insurance policies be converted Into thoroughly the condition of the Clr a possible nineteen. that the cash and to be loaned out, her broth cuit Clerk' office of Garrard Coun The Dixie Poultry Farm U the that some cheap skate of n sport has nt the time he met hU death. The and officially announce firing squad confuted of the follow- Federal Highway proposed through er, Malcom Tillett be giren the pro ty, Kentucky, nnd it was found to best equipped farm of this character called upon him to assert his Indecceda from this loan. After his be very much out of repair, ing. ItobL. Croutchrr, Ja. Kldd, Danville will be built. and in Kentucky, accomodating nearly pendence of that atring dangling The above message makes It clear death the entire principal to be In badly kept. Thu papers of the law one thousand birds. Kvery bin! on from his mother' waist line, known Heynalds, Itobt. .Meadows, Herbert Herbert Haynolds, Kohl. Meadows, that the government will lend fed - vested in a monument and erected on suit since 1007 Ira not been filed the farm is and a com as the apron string," Sunday said: "Hut, say," he continued, "the Leonard Hammons, J. C Hroaddui, era! aid on this proposed route from the family burial lot in the Lanras- - away nnd many are scattered thru plete record kept of each hen, show himself to be Squire T. Whittnker and Kd Holtz Hart county to Danville, but fails to' ter cemetery. She gave to a brother the vault in a loose way and there ing the number of egg layed during fellow who allow laughed into a cheap Imitation of say whether the road will be approv - jand sister in Hoyle the sum of $1.00 has been no indexing or filing away the year. claw. sport is a weak sister, Mr. Hrown ia a great believer in a three-carThe The Flag Hearer and hU aide, ed from Hoyle county on through each and to her great neices she or these papers since 1907. Carrard county to Hlchmond. Citl - leaves her pearl pin ami watch, furniture in the office is antedate the Incubator and ha on the farm take it from me. The indifference Simpson and Walter Hryant, The furniture is to be divided and inadequate for modern uae nnd several large ones, that are hatch of some fool parent helps the game llryan Gaatlneau, marched at the zens on this route have wnrked hard head of the procession, arriving at on the highway project for more than ! among her two brothers and one there ore Insufficient files for the ing high percentages of the eggs along. The Father's Chancta. present uae in the office. It would which show conclusively of their the grave through a tine of eacort a year, with the understanding that sister. "Thu father who crawls under the Mrs. Mary Hcrkele's will wa the be Impractical and almoat impossible fertility Lcgionalre. After ervice by the the entire projeet would receive fed This was dated in for the present clerk to begin filing Quoting from his catalog, he say blanket at 8 o'clock and allows his Post Chaplain Ford and Comdr. Mill era! aid, but were ditappointcd rev laat, probated. er the remains were lowered, the eral weeks ago when the government' 1012 and had two codicils dated in away papers and indexing papers in of hi White Itocks: "They are truly son to givt the cops a merry chase, My strain Is that of Mr. until the cocks crow will need a firing aquad then tired three volley announced that it Could not approve) 1017 ami a later one in 1919. She any satisfactory way, taking Into white. fire ladder to get a look over the soldier s grave, then taps the route on account of it running name J. C. Williams of Hryants- - consideration the cgmlition of the Clayton Thomnson, of Georgetown were sounded for the UM time by parallel with the national road vllle as her executor. She bequeaths office, and before same could be Ky. The past season at the Louis into hell. through Mercer and Washington to her grand children, Miss Kdna done the papers should be filed away ville show I won five out of n possible "Hut I've noticed this tha. the buglers, Kates, Creech and HenryHerkele and William Herkele, the and indexed, and proper furniture five and nt Cincinnati, I won four boy who Is tied to hi mother's apron counties. Now that they have reversed the farm containing 110 acre near and filing case be put in the office ribbon out of six entries. At thu strings, who can't tell four ace from Iccision as far as the road runs to and the house and lot In back to the date of the laat index- - same place I also entered four" hen a load of alfalfn that when there Danville, the citizens of (iarrard and Hryantsville, she leaves to her Ing as shown by the General Index in the "utility class," Judged for egg arc forty applicants for the Job he Madison are a little concerned, less daughter-in-law- , Kthel Herkele, "for Hook. production only, winning in thL goe home with the blue ribbon Destroys All the original project fails to go the love and affection I have foY her, and tagged "No. 1," and the sporty It will probably appear that It is class, 1st, 2nd., 3rd. nnd 4th." through the entire route. It's now and her kind treatment to me during not a part of the duty of the pros- Some hens in the Itock class have guy with the green vest and the Monday up to Carrard and Madison to get my declining years," says the will. ent clerk to do this work and we some exceptional high egg averages, spats, a silk lid, puffy eyelids well, busy. d Ilonds to the amount of recommend that your honor make Mr. Hrown has but one pen of Hock he looks as good to a Night. $ 102,000 have been voted for this such an order as requires this work on his farm, containing fifty hens business man as a counterfeit dolBoone to be done and before the name is mated to four male birds. In this lar. Damages etimated at $500,000 to highway through Garrard county and The wedding of Mis Sarah F.liin-bet- h done that the Fiscal Court "I would rather be n hundred the fruit crop throughout Kentucky the money cannot be spent on any of Gar pen are nil hi prize winning hens Hoone and Mr. Hiram Cleverard County have a certified copy both in exhibition and utility classes. time over (and I would rather have bas been predicted by the Kentucky other road. land Arnold was quietly solemnized of this order, and the Fiscal Agricultural station at (.exlngton In Mr. Hrown will at any time be my boy, and I know- - you would Court laat Saturday afternoon at four make an effort to arrange MARINES n message to the daily papers from with the pleased to show hi friends through yours) tied to my mother's apron o'clock at the home of the bride's present clerk that city. an agreed price for the his flock of poultry nnd it ,will be strings than hooked up to an appeand booze and a consum degrees In the Resume A drop of fC But parents.in Mr. Goahcn Mrs. Hamilton work and if the Fiscal Court Is un worth anyone time to run down tite for section, in the able to agree Hoone the night, thermometer last Monday with the present clerk there and ee for himself one of the ing desire to steal the next jackpot presence of a few intimate friends upon the charge to be Keep caused a !o of thousands of dollars made that most modern plants of this charac on a pair of fours." and relative. The beautiful and ald court refer the matter to your ter in the statu, which is a Sunday swatted in the direction growers of to the farmers and fruit credit to High. I Impressive ring ceremony was per-- I Honor to fix an adequate price (iarrard county as well as those in ony county and undoubtedly is an of the "little sissies" who rebel for formed by Itev. K. K. Arnold. The when their mothcra tell them to do other part of the state of Kentucky. The Marine Corps was the first bride was becomingly gowned in a me saui worK, or take such tep as honor to the poultry profersion. something. The thermomctor registered as low branch of the sen-Icwould protect the county against any to lift the traveling What these girls need Is n good at eight degTees below freezing Tues- emporary ban on recruiting, when beautiful gloves to suit of blue with overcharge -for said work done upon NEW FIRM ' match, and her mc uruer L hat and ...I ami direction of your frobrisk message with a white oak day morning. The ground was it was announced recently that apshingle," he declared, amid a roar zen ami lei- - appeared in many place. plicants without previous service natural beauty never showed to bet uonor. ve recommend that the Brown ter advantage than on her wedding Fiscal Court nppoint a representaof laughter. A a result it is believed the enWould be accepted, For the last two day. The groom is the son of the tive to be associated with the clerk Advice lor rarents. tire crop of early fruit l killed, ex- month recruiting for the Marine Friends of .Mr. It. S. Hrown, will Sunday urged parents to make cept blackberries, raspberries and Corps has been limited to rcenlisted late Isaac Arnold, of Carrard coun- of the Circuit Court to make ar- gladly welcome him back to Lnncas ty, and is related to the numerous rangements for nnd purchaae strawberries. It is not thought that Marines only. such tor after a few year sojourn In themselves the companions of their nnd highly connected Arnolds of that furniture n may be children!; he pictured, "deceit that the tobacco beds of the county were necessary to Ijiwrenceburg. Major (ieneral Lejeune directs re- county, where he resided until some Mr. Hrown has just the fathers and mothers continually Install in the said office as may apInjured by the freeze, especially cruiting officers to accept men opened hi new for fifteen years ago, when he removed pear where the beds were well canvassed. either three or four years, the to be required for the use in the public square "Hrown Store" on are placing before their children" r next to A. T. Scott to Anderson, Indiana, where he re a modern clerk's office such as need- grocery, where he will carry an up and then wondering where their enlistment being abolished. mained until the World War and children learned to He Illustrating ed In this county. Lake 1'hyaicat, moral and mental standards then he enlisted hia services to his line of Dry Good, Shoes, the point with n familiar example Hespcctfully submitted this March are to be kept as high as possible, country nnd was with the colors in Groceries nnd Millinery. PIncid of women calling on each other with 24, 1921. ami no man who is less than twenty France and (iermany twenty-eigh- t a strikingly humorous representaJ. Hogan Hallard, Foreman Tlacld are years old, sixty-fiv- e Season tickets to inches in height, months doing his bit for the glory tion of the woman's kiss a "smack, now ready ai d may bo obtnrned from and weighs Us. than j f hu counlry. Since coming home smack, smack that Is receptive in Notice To Mr. Lewis fill!, ami mirty poumts is to be nccepte.i. j the Club responsible position hl. ha, hvA Itself." at the Citizen Hank. A meeting of nil farmers of Gar- The total strength for thu Marine with the N. at Louisville. (Thursday's I.ouls-il- lc Times.) Sunday spoke at length on the All persons desiring to avail them- Corps, when general recruiting ceasrani County, who desire to obtain Lindscy It. Hlanton, accused of relation and duties of a father nnd Miss Hoone was born and reared in selves of the Hailing privi'cgo will ed ,was approximately thu Goshen section and few- - girls, if n loan through the Federnl Land setting lire to a garage and stable a mother, nnd was outspoken in n please secure, their ticket before 22.000. It Is now slightly under any, stand higher in the estimation Hank of Louisville, Ky or who mav nt the Heechurst Sanitarium Friday plea for higher salaries for school going to the inke, elr they are liable that figure. of all who know- her. Modest nnd be interested in the organization of night, owned by Dr. !!. II. Scott, teachers and preachers. to bo phceil in an umt nrrassitig a Farm Loan Association ,or who was adjudged of unsiund unaaauratlng, her lovely traits the moral training go to poaltlon, ns their tickets wi'l be cullClub Notes. Christian character and lovely dlspoof may hereafter desire to obtain loans criminal court recently and mind in 'our"We let teachers and our Sunday remandschool ed for and examined. The Woman's Club held their sitlon have endeared her to tho is called for FHIDAY, AltPIL 8th.. ed to the Kastern Kentucky Hospital school teachers," ho asserted. "I Tho fishing ('lub asks us to anAnd at .5 o clock at the Court House in at Lexington regular Thursday meeting at the heart of all who know her. Hlanton former as- have never nspired to hold but one nounce that boys, sons of members sistant lire chief of Richmond, is office, and that Is to bu a member of rooms on U.oxlngton avenue. The we want to congratulate Mr. Arnold umcaater. or not, under sixteen years of age All patters pertaining to obtainof nml winning are positively not allowed to fish un- I rooms looked attractive in spring on charming the heartlady. handfeel ing loan nnd the organization of a 31 yuurs old nnd served with the a school board, and tjic first thing I We a young flower decorations. Mrs. it. K. Mc- - so American army during thu war. His would do would be to raise the salaless nccomp.nied by their parents. Itolierts called the house to order sure that she will make him a fond Farm Loan Association will be ex- - insanity, it I said, U incurable. ries of the teachers nnd pay them Club members abusing this rule will helpmert In every sense of the word plained at this meeting. Statu Firo Marshal C.unnctz ques- twelve months in n yenr. forfeit their membership Some and lifter thu business program she tioned witnes.-e- s in an effort to learn They were the teclpients of many Miss Lettie Honta, of It is a disgrace nnd nn insult, boys have already been reported vio introduced Club Is If Hlanton wu responsible for other thu salaries we pay our preacher lating this run-- , and If they continue Harrodsburg, who sang two solos in costly present which attested In and delightful manner to the high esteem in which On March Nth. Mr, Hall. Assist fires in the city. and the public school teacher in thu practice they will be dealt with a most charming manner. Mis Honto's beautiful this charming young couple were ant Hoy' Club Leader In Kentucky America, the two most indispensable in court. This law wa adopted by held. Immediately after the cere with .Mis Sylcr organized eleven of Ball Game. people on earth." the fishing Ciub as a safety measure soprano voice was heard to good muny they motored to Stanford and the Lancaster boy 'into n Pig Club, The first ball game of the season ns it Is positively dangerous for chil effect in these well chosen numbers. County Court. ilren to be ii'iout the lake unless ac- - Mrs. C'linten Hastin was thu accom- took the train for Louisvile, where The Uncaatur Hustlers, with Holton will bo pulled tomorrow (Friday) panist and her artistic work in thu they will make their lime, taking Hicks, President; Julian Elliott, Vice afternoon at 3 P. M. when the local by their elder. contained Last Monday was as quiet a coun line added much to thu succcsn of the with them the best wishes of theh President and Louis Huseldcn, Secre High School lads cross bats with the ty court day as has been seen in soloist. Judge Charles Hardin, of hoat of friends for a happy and pros- - tary. The majority of tho boy ore Threlkeld Select School of Nlcho- - tanenster for many moon. The (Inter- using the Poland China hog In their lasville. Harrodsburg, wa next on the pro- perous future. A rriend. weather, kept many at home gram who gave splendid talk on ior Journal.) project. The boys are purchasing Home Coach McKohcrU I working hard and those, that did attend stayed "New Citizenship." Judge Hnnllns' their pig from Mr. Angle Sander. to make his base ball team as strong clone Indoors ,and as a result very Night, interest in this subject made the adwho ha offered also an extra pig as a his foot ball team was last full. Notice. little business wa done on the dress of much interest to the club I wish to announce that the'Ueaz-le- y a prize to the boy whoso pig win the It will be remembered that they won streets. 7th. His address was Instrucmembers. School on Crab Orchard pike prize at a public exhibition to bu from all tho surrounding towns, and A few mules changed hand nt e tive, making "Nc.w Citizenship will open Monday, April 4th It is held In the fall. Hoy enrolled in if they are able to get the support prices ranging from llfiO to 1175 a to even the dullest ' seeker, very important that all children be the club are Duncan Haselden, Pat in baso ball a they did In foot ball, head. T. - Yantl sold a nice team and made all rules very clear In re- present on the first day. Kankin, Homer Teater, Johnnie Van- - we dare say that they will win all the of horse mule to W. T. Itoblnson, gard to the duties of tho new citiHook, Ottle Moore, Frank Sanders, games. Nothing Is more encourag- of Uoyle Miss Ore Prayther, teacher. for 1350. Center Urother zens. About thirty members and Holton Hick, Louis Haielden, Jull- - ing to the team than to see a great bought a few head Admission 25 cts. of cattle at seven guest enjoyed the delightful Lobs: Whit. Sweet Clover Seed for an Elliott, Cecil Sanders and M. G. band of rooter on the field Let' cents a pound and sold 29 shoats School Id ri A sal. Hudson A Farmau. go. to J. II. Dalton for 12 cents a pound. THREE WILLS CIRCUIT COURT THE DIXIE SUNDAY FLAYS HIGHWAY BODYARRIVES PROBATED ADJOURNS POULTRY FARM ERRING BOYS Flag Drupes Casket To Danville Approved Before Judge Stapp Grand jury Returns 21 A Credit To The Coun Those Who Drift From ty-Last Monday. Containing Remains, Garrard And MadiIndictments. Honor To Mother's Apron Three wills were probated before son May Be Left After consuming moit of the three, Strings Are Burial At Paint The Profession. An Lick Sunday. Out. son-in-la- show-season- s red-ey- -- p trap-neste- d Jce four-sectio- n - FREEZING TEMPERATURE. Forward Fruit Last le hard-heade- Arnold. Recruiting Standards e ..... "The Store." two-yea- Attention to-da- te Fishermen. d Farmers. Blanton Adjudged Incurable. t lasf-Janu- ary - Woman's Pig Organized. Comingf Talent Play Thursday April "The Hurdy Gurdy Girl." Intel-ligibl- I- Auditorium. J. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Men 31 1 92 1 . the following nt dinner Friday: Mr. Mr. Tom Doolln vlitted her par. PAINT LICK and Mr. A. B. Wynn,Mr. nnd Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mr. J. D. liny Friday, Rlalne ridge la quite III at thi George Todd and children, Mr. and Mr. J. D. Hay was n jruest of Mr. writing. Kt , Mrs. Bennett Roop and baby and Montn Kay recently, Frank and MM MIm Kllxabeth Walker pent the Mrs. Marthn Wynn" and children. Sand. Rock, Brick, Lira, Mr. Jessie Cornett entertained HuJion A Farntu. Knster holiday nt home. .Mr. nndlMr. F. M. Davidson k pent for her niece, Miss Jessie Mae was with her Mil Dottle Adnm Saturday night. About 25 the week-enin Chicago. sister, Mm. Ollle Hlack n few day Mr. and Mr. R. 0. Wood nm guests' were present. Nice refreshlast week. family spent Saturday in Iexington, ments were served and n very deMr. and Mr. William Kay vltlted lightful evening was spent. .Mr. Vina McWhorter nttende the latter parent, of Uradshaw Mill The remains of Jesse Calico arthe movie in Richmond Saturday Sunday rived In Pnlnt Lick Saturday evenight. Rev. Thornton fulfilled nn appoint. Saturday ning and. were taken to hi lter', .Miss Grace Hall spent GENUINE ment nt P!eaant Hill Sunday and fhlght with .Misses Cynthia and Kllen Mr. Cha. Friend, until Sunday eveSunday night. ning when followed by one of the l'rewitt. Quite a number from here attend largest procession ever een In thi Mr. A. It. Human, Jr., spent vv ed the burial of Mr. Sam l.onjtn community was taken to old Paint ' era! day last week at l.earandnle Lick cemetery I.nncaitcr Saturday afternoon. J nnd burled with mill-ter- y plnce. honors by the American l.riMon. Aft. and Mr. Fred Snyder ami at Mr. Ray Gilbert spent Saturday agisted by the Odd Fellows of Car- tractive little daughter, Allie H. ' .. .. . . . in Phone us wc want your business. pent Sunday with Mr. ami Mr. J. night and Sunday with Mr. Jiw. Tod lersvme. uevotionai services were and family. conducted by Rev. W. A. Rnmey. D. Ray. for Mti Mr. ! L. Matthew entertained 'nesday Sadie Ralston arrived Wed Jesse wn one among the ftrt to night to spend bcv.it.iI dny nnswer hi country's call and volunHell MatMr. Hill Simpson, Mr. 10c teered for the tank service nnd gave thew nml daughter, Miss Arlelgh, at home. Mr. Willie Rogers will preach at his life upon the Held of battle Sept. j Jim Clouse, Mli Ktta Iftiss and Mr. I.ognns Chapel school house Sunday 20th., 1018. He wn n deacon In Mr. William Ray recently. the Presbyterian church and loved Long pased nwny Frl- - afternoon at 2:30. Mr. Sam COMPANY. day morning at five o'clock, leaving i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Roop nnd lit by all who knew him, which win, LOYD. pcnt Hatter with friend evidenced by the grent number who1 to mourn her loss a husband nnd tie son I j. HAG AN, Mrtr. ' It. attended the burinl, it being estlmat three children beside other relatives in Frankfort. ed between 1.G00 to 2,000. ' Jliss Ida Simpson Is visltlnK her and friend. Much sympathy is ex LANCASTER, KY. STANFORD ST., Mis Cora Hurt left Sunday to re Rest on embalmed and sainted dead J couiin, MU .Monta Hay. tended the bereaved one. sumo her school which will be out Dear as the life you gave in about three week No impetous foot step shall ever' Mr. Verdelin Rucker and chil trod the herbage of thy grave, dren spent the, week-enwith Mrs. Nor shall-t- hy Look yourself in the face occasion . memory be forgot, Sarn Rucker nnd family While fame her record keep. ally, and perhaps you will be more For Several from here have been to And honor points the hallowed spot clmrttahle to others. Kirksrille and Silver Creek to see Where valor proudlv sleeps. When a fellow begins to feel hisj the cyclone distraction .Movie critics contend thnt n three- - oats it U a sign that the soils of Mr. Henry Miller of Prenchersvllle j with his uncle, foot kiss is long enough. But we wisdom are fairing to sprout. spent the week-encouldn't ny we never tried one. Mr. Ollie Iloian nnd Mrs. lloinn Pauperism, after nil, ha its ad-v. W. R. Patrick ami sons, I.ucien vantages. It materia! seandals are and Weston were In Corbin from TREES! TREES1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR seldom nired in the 4a My press. Saturday until Monday on business FOR SPRING PLANTING. As prraf ltivc hf the near The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability Clover and Timothy Secdt R'd WRITE FOR OUR FREE trice of spring, hubby will new dig CATALOG OFFERING. in construction, the famous heat treated Top Sr.d, Broom Corn Seed, Rape Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength Seed, Alfalfa, Buckwheat, SrJ Oatt. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES down, in payment ttf these Faster, hats. and flexibility, the lowcost of operation and Hudson A Farnau. Ji LOOMING SHRUBS maintenance, its case in operation, all have SMALL FRUITS and all kinds of ! Relic Hallard of LanMiss Anna Of course we miiiht sidestep Jn-- ' made the Ford car the great favorite in every GRAPE VINES caster, spent n tew days of the past pan by sinking tly island of Yap. j land in the world. It's the one car that always PERENNIALS week with her siste?, Mrs. J. (I. i ho wnnts to ngnl ever n lly speck, satisfies and serves. A utility bayond question EVERGREENS Davis. anyway? that all can afford. Wc will be pleased to have HEDGING SEE OR PHONE Major Davidson and wife were f your order. Don't delay because the demand ROSES .nlV.nr.li.ia f C, t .ill. Tt.. called to Chicago last week on acall the time. Vc havc almost everyis heavy ETC. are a rharttnble bunch. They have count of the Illness of his grandthing in motor car accessories, sell the Kverytljinjr for the orchard,) just handed Henry Ford's newspaper P. B, Williams mother. genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in awn and Kardetl. No UKUDtS.'n valuable, lot of advertising free of mechanical repair work. Mr. and --Mrs. F. II. Powden and . F. HILLENMEYER & SONS ' charge. Newsboys are forbidden to' Lanrastrr, Ky little son of Uerea, were Sunday ery their sales of the paper on the' Quick Service and Good Wotk Lexington, Ky. guests of his mother, Mr. J. T. t public streets. Thompson. Mrs. Forest Centers and babies not interested In any car except Ford of near Nicholasville, are with Iher parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. (J. W. Conn this week. Mrs. Rigsby and children of I.an guests of her caster, were week-en- d parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wilson of Kirksvillf. Mrs. Annie Moberley and Miss Ida Sunders were the guests of the formers sister, Mrs. J. D. Ilurchell Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Martha Lock, after n visit of several weeks to ber parents, Mr There Is no occasion for hiding Trouble Is trouble only when we and Mr. Jim Davis, has returned to your smile, brother, Jt is not sub recognize it as such. her home in Detroit, Mich. ject to Income tax. The person who keeps a record of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haley and Rex.il 1 Goods With every 50c our Ktore we The former kaiser lias runk yet his successes and failures is gener son, William, of Keren, spent from who has the least fail- Saturday until Monday with her another rung on the ladder of fame. ally the one will give an contain ing two Gold Fish, ures to record. He has written a book. mother Mrs. J. T. Thompson. v and pebbles. . Mrs. Ann Moberley and grand As an evidence of the dauntless Mexico Is rapidly getting down to courage of the younfc men of today, business and returning to normal. daughter, Miss Ida Moberley spent to you, a most ful and household 's juit scan the list of marriage liccns- - Apparently our neighbors saw wood Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Mrs. J. D. Burehell. sister, while wc talk. very care. Mrs. A. B. Wynn gave a dining Sunday to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn, Mrs. Martha As you know, the REXALL 'line inWynn and children, Miss Geneva I Logsdon nnd Mr. Millard Smith. list of cludes a Paint Lick can boast of another I poultry firm The Paint Lick Mill j the ing Company, composed of Messrs. W. 0. Anderson and It. L. Hill, I cabinet. We mention only a few By Experienced and Registered Optician. They buy eggs and poultry and pay! highest market price. Will be at Kengarlan Hotel Ark-1- 7th, 8th, 9th items on this sale. fr nn.t . .. . ... ...sua. nnit ..... MIL. Mr. flnl'l.! tnrnti ....... At Buckeye, April 12th and 13th, little son and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stacker, of Berea, Mr. J. II. Parson, At Paint Lick, April 15th and 16th. . of Paris and Mr. II. J. Chestnut andl Cough family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parson Sunday. Mrs. K. F. Hedrick nnd daughter, Hazel and granddaughter, , Dean Ham-macd EGGS! POULTRY, HIDES, Produce BULL" DURHAM tobacco makes 50 gooJ cigarettes at the Highest Price. Market Harrodsburg Ice ' d Up-To-D- j d Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, i Repairing, Tin Work Haselden Bros Garage. ' GOLD FISH FREE AND GLODE March 3 1st and April 1st. 2nd. purchase of aquarium beauti little at seaweeds' Mob-erley- FREE ornament requiring interesting Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted i Toilet articles and full everything needed for 'medicine of the many J. M. Metcalf, Optician. grafters who Jontel disgraced the national game a few months ago are glad to escape prosecution c of the "corruption of witnesses" It is announced. Quite to be expected, you know. Corruption of witnesses and who else? Daseball bec-nus- Possibly It's a little trying on some people to cam enormous Incomes and then have the government step in and annex n majority of It in the the shape of exces profits tax. And still, we wouldn't object to undergo ing the ordeal n time or two, just for the sake of the experience. nnd Mr. Yancy Hal- brook, of Lexington, wure week end guest of Mrs. Millard Ledford and H4cc Hudrick -- family and friends. other relatives and II Toilet Preparations Talcum Powder Face Powder Cold Cream Manicure SeU. Cherry Bark Syrup Rheumatism Remedy 'Aromatic Castor Oil Cold Tablets MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. E. ROBINSO.V, President Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec't. & Trei. Mrs. R. II. Lcdfonl entertained the following at dinner Faster Sun- ilny: Mr. nnd Mrs. Millard Ledford nnd fnmily, Mr. and Mrs. Lean Led ford, Mrs. E. F, Hcdrfck and daugh ter, Haiti and grand daughter, Miss Dean Rice Hedrick and Mr. Yancy Holbrook of Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Henry and chlldrun Mr. and Mrs. R. (i. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Estridge and daughter and Mr. Kdwtn Walker, spent the day Friday with Dr. and Mrs. II. J. Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guyn, Mr. and Mr. R. G. Woods and children, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Francis and children and Mrs. R. J, Walker, spent the day with Miss Lucy Francis Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Thoi. Logsdon entertained Face Cream Talcum Powder Face Powder Shampoo Crystals Toilet Water. Red Cedar .winter- clothes. - Compound-Ju- st i the thing to pack with those I I McRoberts Drug1 Store. U . Lancaster, ' Kentucky. Wmmmmmm Th Central Record. Lancastei , Ky Thursday Men 31, 92 1 1 r THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY OUR SPECIAL SALE ESKIMO WOMEN SAILOR THE BURLEY REAL "VAMPS" Finds City Where They TOBACCO ME1 Beat White Women Out Bargain Over Street Back Market Aid Plan Judge Bingham Is Authorised To Car Fare. Of Their Spouses, Select Organisation Hodjr Constantinople, There are many Stefansson Asserts. curlom things in -- White tomrn who go into the frozen North with their men often lose thrin to their stronger sitters, the Ksklmo women, according to 1 I See our advertisement elsewhere In paper. wS3iaNY0SAVavnOHSSIWw BOURNE Tested Seed Oats. Hudson A Farnau. Miss Lou Klla Doolin is quite ill. Mr. Herbert Doolin was in on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery were In Danville shopping Saturday. Miss Hernire Montgomery is the attractive guest of Miss Snllie Lou Naylor for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlctt Jennings l.an-rast- Vilhjatmur Stefansson, arctic explorer who delivered an illsutratcd lecture in Louisville recently entitled, "My Fir Yearn in the ArcIn hi eleven year In the tic " North Mr. Stefnnston said that he had known many white men to leave their wive for Kskltno, giving a the cntue that the white woman In .the sons, have been visiting Mr. anil North BUCKEYE i not only useless, but alMm. It. Z. Price recently. most a nuisance. Mr. Stefansson 48 per cent protein Collon Seed Mr. nml Mr. Walker Hradshaw did not commit himself on the sub Mm. Hudson aV Farnau. himself with nml family of Danvillts, spent Sun ject but contended Mr. Dan ILy visited her sister.) ,Ily wth Mr nnd Mrfc Jm mu quoting the action, and stated rea. Mr. Shcrrow at Ilourne recently. on. for others. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. i'lrratt, Mr. He ald the Kskimo had the only Mr. and Mr. It W. Sanders and and Mr. Ilobart Price and Mil true equal right daughters spent Sunday In .so far a he knew. Leila Price spent Kater In RichMen and women, he laid, lived on n mond. social equality which was never quesMiss Kettle Asklns of lluena VU-t- a Dr. nnd Mr. Ilendren have been tioned. Marriage and divorce were tpent Wednesday with Mrt. I F. with their daughter, Mrs. Walter the occasion for no ceremony. Ilrown. Davi lit Ilryantsville, who ha been Marriage consist of contract beMessrs. Marl and Oicar Carter, sick for teveral day. tween the man nnd woman ,to be of Ilerea are visiting Mr. and Mri. Kev. Price will preach here Satur- - broken by cither nt will, Very few Mai Carter. day afternoon nt .1 o'clock, Sunday divorsrs, however he said. Mr. and Mr. Win. Jenkin of morning at II o'clock nnd Sunday Eskimo Language Difficult. Newby, have been visiting Mr. and School nt H o'clock in the afternoon. Mr. Stefansson, who speak Kskl Mr. Tallin tt Jenkin. Mr. and Mr. - F. Drown nnd , 1,10 fluently, said that he considers it Mr. nnd Mr. Jaiper Noel of Madl-o- n daughter, Miss Lorn. Mr. and Mrs. harder to learn than four Kuropenn county were KueiU of Mr. and Ilascom Ilrown and son were euests! language would be. It took him six Mr. Itay Noel Saturday. of Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtr In 'rar to waster the language. The Mr. and Mr. Dewey Price anil Mercer county Saturday nnd Sunday, r.sklmo, he said, has an extorsive vo- cauuiary. In the course of a day's ordinary conversation the average w' iiy about u.ooo I word i ni i nuoui ii.uuu more more than is used by the avWage business man and exceeds by .t,000 the number of words known by the average Oxford graduate. The country explored by Mr. Stef ansson wu so Isolated that the world war had been declared , fourteen 5 month before he heard of it. Dur-- j Ui ng the live years he wa away on YOUR CJ the lust exploration he received new from the outride world three times, k..... n ..... ii ...i.l ,..! ,mi v .. VI I I... atlllll'lll. H1 .Mr. aiciansson made hi Tint trip H CJ to the Arctic in 1005, when iie visit-m- I Iceland under the auspice of the Peabody Museum of Harvard University. From 10 in to 1018 he made his Vol last expedition to the arctic under Ui the auspices of the liritish navy. On this trip he made a COO.mlle sled Journey over broken and moving ice with two companions. He also found some new islands west of Ilelberg All the delicacies of the Season. Island. The official report of his last trip will comprise thirty volumes V) octavo. .Mr. Stefenon likes the North bet- Ui .i . a .i ier man most any place ,he say, . ll la liU Int....,!.... ,.. year. Asked to describe Its charm he said, "I coludn't call it charm 1 can't tell what it is. but I like It.' VoRobertsDiugStore j ancient city of the Turk which are unknown to most people. It was remained for n sailor aboard the United Stales warship Scorpion to classify some of these oddities for the reader of Far Seas, the paper published by American bluejacket in Near Hastem water. "Just Imagine," he writes, "tying up tralTic on the mnin thoroughfare of a big city during the busiest hours of the day by driving a flock of sheen slowly down the street. Hut they do it over here." Some other alleged strange thing done by the Constnntinoplltan, he cite aw follows: A street car passenger often bargains with the conductor about the price he will pay for a ride. If a youth take n girl to the movie once or twice her parents expect him to marry her. Turkish saleswomen, even in the smallest shops, nre required to understand r spenk seven or eight this For Proposal. Strike cigarette Its toasted other crops elsewhere. As chairman, duly elected by the meeting, I unanimously was authorized to select a committee on organization in the interest pf the- - plan generally outlined by this gathering. The committee will be announced later." Men are good forgctterswomen arc good reminders. - LUIIW IIJIIAt language. "rent" a " tfjMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIEST u FRESH FOR VEGETABLES SUNDAY DINNER ore accustomed to to smoke while they lp their afternoon tea. A policeman, If he finds n pickpocket at work, may beat him. almost Insensible and then let his prisoner go. A tourist may engage n boatman to row him for two miles for two or three rents. Christmas is celebrated four time n year, one for eich of the different religious calendars. A man wnlklng nfOng the street often may be seen followed, five or ten paces in the rear, by a few of Native men ple At the conclusion last Saturday h meeting nt The of a two-daof representative hurley tobacco growers, called to discuss a plan to stabilize hurley marketing, Judge Itohert W. Ilinghain, host tf thu meeting, Issued the following statement says the Courier Journal: "About thirty gentlemen were present. They comprised for the most part growers of hurley in a majority of the Kentucky counties where it is raised. Several of them were nlso" interested In warehouses, and several were connected with banks as well. "At my instance, llr. Aaron San Francisco, was present to discuss and expound the fruit, vegetable, cotton and wheat market systems now In successful existence in other parts of the country nnd their application to the bur-le- y tobacco marketing problem. Friday he explained the plan, nnd Saturday he answered a number of questions, applying it to our local conditions and crop. He is the leading authority and the main Inspiration of successful growers' assocln" tions elsewhere. "At the conclusion of his remarks a unanimous expression was made by those present that the plans outlined by Mr. Sapiro are feasible nnd applicable In Kentucky and, if followed here would work the same improvements in 'the economic conditions surrounding tobacco growing that they have in connection with y Seel-bacSa-pir- o, nnd ' Any man can acquire the habit of saving if he has anything to save. is said The crime wave in th's country to be ebbing. Hut floods generally do. Mow to Water Plants. Young plants thrive better, accord Ing to a French botanist. If fed drop) of water nlmut continuously than U watered copiously at Intervals. ' his wives. o z I your face with powder. A suit of pajamas, or iU equiva lent, is enough "evening dress" at a grand ball. A bootblack will give you a good hlne for a cigarette. A Turkish l.arh.-- r i. fnf irt unit. but when he shave you he never washes off the lather, but covers I i Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cucumbers. Rad- t PI Aches, .TWity ishes, Young Onions, DEATH pains, nervousness, diffi culty in urinating, often mean serious disorders. The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles u x o! COLD MEDAL fcriog quick rallef and often ward oS Jaadly tllsaaaea. Known as tha national ttmajy of Holland for mora than 200 yaara. All druggists, in thrse slits, a fcn taah lar tba aaaaa CaU aa aacaat aa laimii.a Z o' Currey & Gulley. flsavasaaaaar aai V aw were In NIcholniville In- doing their spring shopping. week I CAN'T DO THE WORK dull back pain m tn Mil r Mrs. Curtis Sadler and little son.i er Curti Thompson and Mr. Shelby Friday Sherrow were In Danville shopping. Mr J. T. Speake and daughter, and mother, Margaret Speake, of Itncnster, and Mr. tind Mr. Curtis Mis Sadler and little son anil lllanche Speake, of Lexington, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. S. II. Speake Saturday dr against a constant, cnt or uiW'n darting PIUHtl V It's too much to try to work over IIHIK ltT E. Bergdoll Is saaaaaVSamssaaaaSaS'sVVsfl Awaiting Fate. Kansas City, Mo., Handcuffed to a military guard nnd dressed in the olive drab he declined to wear dur ing the war, Kdwin U. Hcrgdoll, Philadelphia millionaire!- - convicted of draft evasion, appeared before Judge John C. Pollock In the Federal District Court in Kansas City, Kansas, where Habeas Corpus pro ceedings have been instituted seeking his release from the military prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. At the conclusion of the hearing Judge I'ollock announced that he would take under advisement the matter at issue in last week's hear ing the admissibility of evidence to show Hcrgdoll had received notice to report for military service. When Hcrgdoll was seated in the Judge's Chambers, the handcuff were removed and he listened to MnJ, Charles C. Cresson, who had prose' cuted the courtmartlal case against him, tell that Ilergdoll had told him that he received the draft notice and "I knew nil the time you were after me." He was not placed on the witness stand. When the hearing was over, the handcuffs were snapped back on his wrists, his emptor handed him a cam aign hat without the blue cord of the doughboy and he started back to the military prison at Fourth Leavenworth Ilergdoll is a brother of (I rover Bergdoll. THE BKAD MAWK HERD If you ara In the markat or foinf to ba , soon, for Abdardean Angus Cattla of out.tandinf INDIVIDUALITY and of the RICHEST IILOOD LINES, It will ba to your interest to visit my herd or corratpond with ma at once. You can buy tha cream of tha fashionable familias. Many of them have show yard records. One hundred and fifty head In tba hard lo select from. Caws and heifer heavy In calf to tha service of Utack Cap Royalty and Am Plantation It". Young bulls of all ages for sale. Prices at reasonable figures. DANVILLE, ICY. A. D. URADSHAW, PHONE 2IS I ' . I ' Doou'a Kidney 1111. Ask your neigh recommend them bor! I Matt. Mrs. Hell Miller St, Stanton), Ky, su)s. "My back pain I couldn't do my ed me dreadfully. work and if I stooped I could Hardly straighten up again. I had dizzy spelts and I couldn't walk straight The action of my kidnaps caused tun a great ileal of annoyance I tried many dltTerent remedies but got .My case was at worst all the time most chronic when I heard ot Doan'a Kidney I'll' and got some. This medicine helped me riRht away to I continued to use them until I wa free from backache and my kid' I neys were in good order keep Doan'a on hand ana when I have any trouble they have. rnim of this help me." neer failed to tOr. ut all dealer Co., Mfrs . Iluffalo. N. Y. lit U II 1 Yoo neighbor I ::i SPRING IS HERE i APPROVE the idea or notyou can not Ignore the custom of appearing, in Spring styles. Koster-Mllbur- Suits, Hats, Shoes TJes. the Latest Shirtings, Fresh Gloves. KEEP YOUR BALANCE account of all your expense, large and small, for one month. During that month continue to ipend Juit as you have In the pas,t. At the end of the month check up your total expenditures, nnd NOTK T11K MONKY THAT HAS HKKK LITKHALLY Keep a careful Itemized FKITTKHKD AWAY. The league of nntions I still bat tling vnlliantly in it efforts to remain n league. Sounds Suspicious. The next step Is to open a saving account with us and adept the habit of saving-- in lieu of frittering. Saving leads to succesi. Frittering keeps you down. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Johnson had been one of the most diligent church workers in his town. When the war canto he enlisted and kcume back a wiser. If not n sadder man. It was tlie first Sunday ,and Johnson had attended church from force of habit. It had been a long am) tedious sermon, but at the close, the minister seeing his old parishioner with eyes closed a.i if rapt in medi- Cleveland , tation, said: "We will close the service with prayer. Mr. Johnson, will you Perhaps it's well for the average man to have a day like Spring to bring clothes to his We are better prepared this attention. Spring than In years to serve men's Clothing needs. Parks & Hendren Home of Better Mea's Wear. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. CipNll $30,000. ' Honor lead!" Johnson snapped I Surplus $50,000. RoHj(5Mik into It with a Far Esftactavat Metksn Ma Cfc, i-- start: . "The devil will," he snorted. Jut dealt." feMUTMM mi Iy , "I an aaaaurTheetaooa't.1 taa bast, rtn t astvl mu atuti Atuat. sin. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Men 31. 92 1 1 niinn ' Hlsk Insurance, Public Health Ice and Federal Hoard for Vo- - CUTTING HARROWS. DRAG HARROWS, An Unanswerable Artument. The only way to save democracy for the world is to make democracy with a full line or safe for the world; the only way' to make democracy safe for the world is through right education; CORN the only way to educate democracy is through good public schools. Kentucky must choose between AND MILLINERY education which costs much and Ignorance which costs more. No CORN state is or can be safe while the balance of political power is In the hands of the ignorant and the vic ious. Education Is the only remedy. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Parent, Is your child Come in to see us and get our prices. Long, aged ID being well educated? Mrs. Sallic Clark Bring us your Eggs and get the top prices. How can you expect your child years and wife of S. S. Long, tiled GET In.thc HABIT or going TO at her home on the Poor Kidge pike to honor your old age If you rob At a reduced price at , last Friday morning, of cancer of the his young age? stomach. Mr. Long had been in On Friday afternoon the l.ancaiter declining health for several years. High School baie ball team will meet but up until a few day before her the NirholasvHIe team on the home death was able to be out, she having ground at 3 o'clock. This is the been In Lancaster Jut a short while tirst game of the season. ' Start in before her panning. with the team now and attend every We welcome one and all. Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Long was a devout christian game, i.ei s ngni witn win learn as AND LIVE FOLKS. ' woman, n member of thn. Christian we did with the foot ball team. church, loved by her relatives ami Help - 11. S. April Feel the friends, a devoted mother and wife "Nicks." IG 3E and her passing has brought deep! "It had ears, but it could not -- " S. C. Rhode Watch for the date tif the High sorrow and grief to her immediate' "Hear," was thc answer. relatives and all who were fortunate School play to be given at the school beat. "It had Hps." she said, "but It The Reds. auditorium sometime soon. We essuM know The dear women of this to She Is her. not " My Unh are of Oie highest qualihope to have n large crowd for some by her husband 91.50 a Yar. mutd W..kly. "Speak," once mere, replied the tycountry nre noted for their ami three survived who have the, very talented persons will take part. Hred from my State Fair winchildren, Payable In Advance. children ners. (Jeod laying strain. Kggs fairness and consistency. They, deepest sympathy of all in their sad "It had a Hse, but It could rwtt " for hatching, I'J.OO fer IS ami up. The sixth grade J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. would never dream of depriv- affliction. She was the oldest splendid base ball have erganiied n "Wipe It," slwsuted the ctMldrr). Cockerels fer sale $.1.00 eaah. team and hove Mgr. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and ing poor man of his pleasures, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James played several game. Here are and they had tt stp u mumenU W. A. Itamsey, r, and especially of his pipe, Clark of this county and leaves ninny some of the scores; Entered at the Tost Office in Paint Lick, Ky. Haute No, 2. brothers and sisters to mourn her Hnri l'.iul "DM yu hear Sixth beat Seventh 3 to 17. Mail Ky., a Second-Cla(3. 10 St. pd.) while retaining a grip upon loss. tWHlfewiiig Ms tiimen!" Fifth two games and tied In one. Matter. their own little vanities and A large concourse of friends fol- Klghtfl 15 to v Clyde N, what hoppesiHii to (Jet busy, keep busy. Is your Job weaknesses for their delicious lowed the remains to the Umctister Saturday 17 to nnd Herring School him?" 1!. unafe? Is it Veil Lancaster. Kr. March 31, 1921 cemetery last Saturday afternoon, Paul "Nothing, oxeept Usat he want a life leng permanent! edification. Here are the numbers uf the team! business? You can where the Interment took place, the Mnnriee can't stir." get into such a business, soling mere American womanhood is the funeral services being Thompson, catcher; Virgil conducted by Dial. .Hl.l..... CI. .. II ...I . Mum Heard. asked the tfuontktri, than 137 Watkini produce Fofnrn Ad.rrti.inf RepfrnUtfv modem .product of emancipa dlrwt ' THE AMERICAN I'RF.SS ASSOCIATION V Thomas Hatcher, first; David Lang- "What is dew?" Came this well Ut farmers If yeu own auto ar team tion. Christian church. I.ancater '"J. second; Kudelph Dkkersen, reststtned reJy freui Mayme, "The er ran get one; If you are under 50 She short; reward Kstes, right fleM; earth revolves on Its own axis three and can give boml with personal Rat. For Political Announcamt nts. vincible,is irresistible, she is in GrimM she sets the pace. We back you with Wg Hamilton bpeakc, center and KobL humlred ami sixty times In twenty sureties. For Precinct and City Offices.. 1 5.00 She will purify man by On .Monday morning, March -- 1st., Thomas, left field. years in tHiilnossr 10.00 four hours. This rtW mstkui thru selling helps j For County Offices space raus its sides ttt pranptre; 20,000.000 users ef our pra.lu.ts. For State and District Offices. .15.00 lifting him up from the depths at 7 o'clock n pall of sadness came f Coin, To lli.h School Write fer Information where yeu ean .10 into which he has mired him over the community when it was this is railed dew." For Calls, per line K'"-- ' trough High J,w,u uho get territory. learned that Jesus sent his Angels J. K. Watklns Ce.. For Cards, per line . .10 self. S "lo not the "Oh! say. whe was here U see Department 111, Wlnena. Minn. to the home of Mr. James Grimes For all publications in the interey will have after you last night Martha" Hut she is too generous, too and claimed for his o.wn Mrs. Crimes,1 est of individuals or expres-slo- n ,ho,e who iM not "Only Virginia, father." """J11"11 avcr noble, too consistent not to a devoted wife nnd mother. views, per of individual fin'h- "Well, tell Virginia that she left j She had burn suffering for some 10 banish her own line little weak F1"t tht' nr" ,raimMl to th,nk her pipe on the piano." Be Sure to See Obituaries, per line .05 nesses ai one and me same time with heart trouble. Her death' ,h,,w ' a,""- came as u distinct shock to her num-- c,'",r,y' whJfh sweep. o( ite- - Svc Dsvlcs Ovsrcomts SlstpUssnts. erous friends and relatives. Though t ,0BM ,n nU All power to her mighty attended by loving hands and every ou rrc7ve h,K,,cr ' H'ing No one nerd suiter from slerpless-les- s Announcements. any A device lias been in but delicate arm! comfort provided, she fell asleep! '""on: thn- who are seeking know-wit- nTcntcd lonccr. It Is claimed, will which. We arc authorized to announce nn'1 thi naturally influence Jesus llravely she fought to the candidacy of E. V. Puryear to yu Thl1nl f00 ,nuKhl to read tend the worst case ot liivmmla as life' battles lie land of nod In a few minute, succeed himself In the office of ComYap. her sufferingandwith bravely she bore thc ,1,t't ',ook,, lhu v'r- uncomplaining, rtie machine, which In appearance Is monwealth's Attorney for this disthe nature of the books at tier c mi plicate I, consists of a num. Had she lived until ,.,tt.,U The little island of Yap, subject to the action of the trict, often effect our er of discs which, when the startlnc March 28th., she would have bevn wnicn we reait Democratic Primary, August C, 1021. about the relative size of a .1 years old April 7th. just as she was most- character. Fourth, a High School Wndle Is inoted, rutatn In pHilt graduate has a better chance of get- - llrecttons. All that the sufferer has sunfish in a big lake, is essen- - ly needed as a mother. ting better employment became thc ;o do Is to keep his eyes on the discs tial t0 United States cable in School Hostile a host of friends she leave l is they turn, until after a short l . sterests, and the allies promised to mourn her lo.rt a devoted husband world is calling for better educated 3f watching he gradually sinks flll Into men and women. Admission 25 cts. An uneducated The Woman's Christian President Wilson, that Ameri- - and six children, the youngest being person has to work hard and misses t sound sleetv only nine months old, n mother, Temperance Union", that or-- ca" interests therein would father, and live the higher things f life. und brothers be jeopardised. A Freshman. ganization of earnest and in- four sjsters. Her remains wore laid They forgot their promise, to rest at Mt. Hebron. Much sym defatigable workers who have Social New. accomplished so much uood in! They handed the mandate pathy is extended the bereaved ones Hiv. gave a recent years, is reaching out for VP over to the Japanese, in their hours of sorrow, may the chapel SmithTuesday splendid talk In last morning. United States protested, Lord bless them. Tie for new spheres of purifica-- j One by one our Father gathereth MIm Eleanor Commnck, Owenton, Japan stands pat and re- - Choicest HowerS'SO rich and rare, tion. Ky., a Junior in K. U. was the weekRUN BY GASOLINE to yield her mandatory It alfirms that Sunday is notns-'And transplants them in Ills end guejt of Miss llurchett. garden properly observed in this coun powers. A change has been made in the Now the government at There to bloom for ever more. try of ours, and it proposes to A and II divisions of the Frenhman inject a little more respect for Washington is suddenly- - in She is blooming, sweetly blodming, class because the "A" division wus too large. One or two were put Inthe garrison of Mid the fairest (lowers of light the Sabbath day into our sin creasing to the "II" section to even up. American troops in Hawaii by ful and forgetful hearts. In the garden of sweet Kden, 125 per cent, and at the Pana- Where the flowers never blight. Juanita Dunn has returned to That is good. school after a few days absence. The month of April will ma canal by more than 2100 We on earth no more shall see her. William Daniel witness a great national cam per cent. clinic to school Hut thc angels are her guide, Tuesday with n black eye. He won't What next? paign of White Ribboners we Know mat she Is ever toll who im hit him but we all have an against the abuse of Sundays Near tho blessed Savior's side. idea. PLANTERS, DRILLS, rational Education visited every county in the state and Interviewed men who hat! claim for compensa tlon, education or hospitalisation. Former service mm who were not members of the Legion benefitted equally with Legionnaires. Contributions of more than $5,000 j received for n proponed memorial to veterans In Twin Fall county, Ma- ho, were turned over to the local pot of the American Legion when it was ' deemed inadvisable to carry on the plan. A call for all members of the American Legion to contribute ten cents to the .Memorial Day fund for the decoration of American graves overseas was sent out in n bulletin from Legion National Headquarter. Lancaster School Notes R. S. Brown IS BACK IN TOWN Goods, Dry Groceries, Shoes CULTIVATORS Cash Only. CONN BROS. LET ' j ThefirOll Store Island "LIVE 3F1F rG I- Central Record Lan-caste- abt ..I-- , ' Al""' it j ""K' ' '"' 1 "Carlot'ta" h 'ltlv' Yaping About " ""Per-fortitud- "The Hurdy Gurdy Girl" Auditorium 1 f unusicni - uniBiency. "t Power Washing Machine s by automobiling, golfing, base ball games, moving' picture American Legion News Full indorsement of the American Legion has been voted by the Central Labor Union of Willmnr, Minn. Tho resolution, which avers that the aims of the Legion and Organized Iibor aru identical, refers sepcilical ly to the Arthur r. Hanscom post of Willmnr. The post of the American Legion at llriitol, on the Virginia Tcnno see line, hai completed plans to oper ute an "American Legifcn Hathlng llvcch" during the coming summer. The beach will bo free to all children anil to disabled men. A bungalow will be built to house the guests. Visitors to Cotham from the ranks of the American Legion are Invited to have their mail uddresied in care of S. Hankin Drew Post, 101 West Street, New York City. The Georgia Department of the American Legion has just completed a combined membership and service drive that nettud about 1,000 new members and -- ,000 successfully con. cluilvd cases of claims of veterans. The drive took two months. Reprej sentatives of the Legion, Bureau of Forty-Second shows, theatres and dancing. The climax of the campaign will be a tremendous drive against the use of tobacco, and if the good, women are successful the use of the weed will become a cardinal sin and will be prohibited by drastic law.. Good again, if they can put all of these things over. Hut the good work should not stop there. There is still more of vital import to be accomplished. Let us extend the ban to include chewing gum, hair dyes and bleaches, powder putts and rouge, corsets and spiked-heshoes, ice cream sodas and chocolate creams, o abbreviated dresses and hosiery. That would be equally el May we hope some day to meet her Grins and Groans. In that land of Kndless Days, The other day n stranger was in There to dwell forever, Lancaster. After walking around In that happy home above. as though he was lost he walked over to Hoger and said, to go to the Sanders Hotel." "All right, responded Hoger, trot From the bottom of our hearts, we wish to thank those who were so nlong." kind to us at the burial of our dear Lizzie Young "DM your mother boy, Jesse Calico, for the beautiful raise much jmultry this year!" flowers and for the services renderJoe "No, she planted a good ed by the American Legion. many but the chickens scratched James Calico and Children. them up." Card Of Thanks. ll TIIF MAYTAfi Let us demonstrate this Washing Machine to you. A CUIllllletn Wnslitnn MiipIiIiih ,, Pnu.r . n, Il..,.i .,r ,10 .... lf It. -- Card Of Thanks. to extend our sinccro thanks to our friends and neighbor for their many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy during the Illness and recent death of my de voted wife nnd mother. S. S. Long and family. We wish peek-a-bo- good even betterperhaps Miss Anderson was teaching her We wish to thank the many children to finish each' sentence to friends for the kindness shown to us show that they understood her. during the, sickness and death of "The Idol had eyes," Miss Ander my dear wife nnd our mother. son said, "but it could not " Mr. Janus (J rimes and family. "Se," cried the children. Card Of Thanks. Jessie, who was having trouble with poultry asked Arthur the fol- jjS lowing: "What is the matter with my 'hens? Kvery morning I llnd & one of them laid out stiff nnd cold on the hen house floor." Arthur "Your fowls nre suffering' from death. It is an old complaint. Tho only treatment that I know of Is burial. fjj linn, H KH Wrings mid wiibhes clothing on It's own over, 8 HASELDEN BROS, thc WfNCft$TA stout g I I The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 31, 92 I 1 , TV Mr. Itohrrt Unison has returned from n ten day stay at Martin vlllr, Inl. Mfss Cecil Unison I spending the F.nsler holiday with her parents, Mr. nml Mm. It. It, llntson. Miss Johncttn Fnrru U nt home fur the Faster vacation. She is n student nt Xnnznrcth College. Mis Ituth Waller, has been vlait-in- g Mr nml Mr.. J. F.. Dickerson. Hive returned to Louisville last Hun--l- a Mr. arid Mr. J. M. RoHanls, of Danville .were the week-enguest ' Mr. nml Mr. I.oyil llournc nml of family. d 0 FOR KauHJMsW&un p P PLUMB ING 7 5 AFTER EASTER MARK DOWN TV flftl3gA.' Lexington St. p LV " CARTHY The I'M'MIIKK Healim, Roofing Guttering, Elc. Standard" Shop Phone 69. Lancaster, Ky. On Ladies Wearing Apparel. During the week ending April 9th, wc will offer any Silk or Woolen Dress in our house regardless of original prices at $23.75 and $29.75. Wc have cheaper dresses but this refers to our high grade merchandise. ' SPECIAL, PRICES ON COATS AND SUITS. Exceptional values in the correct models and latest materials. RAINCOAT SPECIALS I " aw L on 4 feA SPECIAL SALE ON RAIN COATS in hitrh grade merchandise. Prices ranging from $9.75 to $12.75. SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PIKCE GOODS, WOOL- ENS, SILKS, VOILS AND ORGANDIES. WOMEN and CHILDREN'S I S FOOT WEAR THAT FIT AND WEAR. THE STORE THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF ,sC, troublrt vi.il our tlotr April Ifltli and 19th. W will have a If yoj have foot fool I prcialUl from Chicago, who will f i c you a ttrr nomination. You do not havr to timoit your hot a, he will malr an imprrtilon of your foot with out removing your tockinf. 1 Mis llettu' Scott of Nicholaivillc, n"'1 Mr. nnd Mr. It. K. Henry Mis Mary llruwn (in returned to' vlntor of Miss Miss Helen Kohinson, of Lexington, Lexington, nftcr spending the Hatter was the week-enspent Knstcr with their parents. holidays with her parents, Mr. nnd Hrunettc Arnold. Mrs. (ieo, F. llruwn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnltcr Cox nnd nnd .Mr. nnd Mrs. K. F. Young Mis Christine Sanders, MIm Mary Miss I'ermelin ICohlnson spent the Mrs. Joe Hnstln, of Hignland, wcro Owsley, Mis Mary Davis nnd Mls day Saturday with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. guests of their brother, Mr. K. J. Young nnd family Wednesday. Minnie Mae Itohinseti .nil of Lexing- J. Peyton. ton Colleges, are upvtullntr Faster , Mrs. Allen D. Henry of Illrming-ham& with thtir parent in Ala., was- here for a short TV In Mr (ieorgc Swincliroail, Centre visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Henry College, Danville, anil Mr. Marrxj and family. Colored Society. Swinchroml, Columbia Military Col- - j Mr. and Mrs. L. J. I'oyten and Itoth white nnd colored friends of Tcnn., nre with their parents, little son were with her sister, 5! lege, nnd Mr. Mr. (2. II. Swinebroml for Dudley Corden, at Frankfort from We Woods have been congratulating Vj Mr. him upon his marriage Inst SaturPi the Lnitcr vacation. Saturday until Monday. day night, to Susie Held, nt the home TV The following Lancaster people atMr. and Mrs. Denny Scott, of of "Uncle Hus" Lenvell on Tottcn tended thu (ialli furl concert in Is Mr. Kmmn Feel, of A Lexington the past week and nil re- Xlcholnsville, Mr. nnd .Mr. John avenue. Wes hecertainly to beof the married one for Wilmore nnd port n most charming and gracious pent Sunday with Mr. nnd best cooks in Cnrrnrd county, nnd N'olnnd, Trlhble singer: Mr. Mae Hughe he say he Is amply able to enre for Miss Itobinson, Miss Sexton, Miss Mr. J. A. Arnold. her well during the remainder of his llurchette. Miss Heard, Miss Mr. and Mrs. ! J. Peyton mid life. Miss Jonn Mount, Miss Mar- little son, Willinm H. spent the day1 Wes has been n tenant on the farm Misses Sunday with hi brother, O. II. Pey- -' of the late H. F. Hudson for the tha (Sill, Miss Helen (5111. Jane and Mhry Doty. ton, of Paint Lick nnd attended the. past 30 years, which attests to his I burial of Jesslo Calico. honesty and reliability. TV A special from Fort Amador, Panama ay: "Mr. nnd Mrs. Tur-leof Kentucky, who are the guests Turlt-- , of TV of Captain and Mrs. WE HAVE AT PRESENT TO SHOW YOU Amador, were the inspiration for one of the enjoyable dinners Friday evening. Mrs. Turley, Sr., was very TRIMMED SPORT attractively gowned in white georg-ett- e handsomely embroidered, nnd TAILORED CHILDRENS was one of the M)pulnr matrons nt Captain and Mrs. TV the dance later. STRAW SAILORS Turley ihnner truest were Hon. W. Colonel (iauard, Also a complete line or Notions and Organpi J. I'rice, II. I'rice,and Mrs. rind .Mrs. Mrs. II Judge dies in all the new shades. Illackhurn, Mr. and Mrs. Hnncroft, Kith-nio- n Mr. and Mrs. Kdgnr Turley. of l. Ky , and Lieutenant nnd Mrs. FRANCIS-SWITHoge " Mrs. Turley, the hostess, was Miss Klmorc, of this city. d - Wedding Kst-ridg- e. y, )lT6i II ft 0 I H DC 3E Gossip About People Nv? f Heyle, Mr Hanks Hudson, of Danville, was :n Ijincnter Mon.luy on business, Miss Ophelia Carroll Hailey, of Stanford, is the guest of her sister, Mr. K. Prescott Ilrown unci Mr. Hrown. IP A Rriif Oolitj, MMln bylhait of ths Csmlnts sad As IrrfcniKd la--j Mr. Mr. Harry Hudson it visiting kt FIvminKouri:. rela-Mv- Tu4ny rMfWt Jee Wheeler, In Lancattrr. ipent .Air Cdek in Danville. Staunton, of Cavington, Mrs. O. Hnner, af Louisville, is is visiting her mother, Mr. II. A. 11. visiting he? daughter, Mrs. Adolph Marktbury. Joseph nml Mr. Joseph on Maple Miss Lena Hright will Itxive this uvenue. week to visit Dr. and Mr. O. Mny Messrs. J. H. Hasotden ami A. C. tn Danville. Sanders, student of Columbia MilMrs. H. - Owley. Is Uit gunst of itary College, Tenn., are nt home for her daughter, Mr. V. K. Cook nnd rSnstor season. Mr. J. M. WHEN SOMEBODY'S SICK don't want to take a chance with the man who will take a guess at it, or ofTer you something "just as good." You know there's a vast difference in the QUALITY of drugs, and you also know that You when it is a human life at stake NOTHING WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF THE BEST. Hp. C I). Strotktf vitltar in Cincinnati. 1mm beiw The C W. II. M. will hnve an Mahnn nnd Fisher nt (Soodloe .V Walker llrus. (ninits, of Danville, were in store, Saturday, April 2nd., beginn Monday on business. 1) ning o'clock. Msr. Mkw D. W. at Margaret Ftckoisen, of Crab .Mis Lcttie Honta, who has been Wbi Dunn, of I)ivil(. wsii Orchard Springs, was the week-enspending n few days with Lancaster a in ljinesnter Tuoilay. guuat of Miss Johnettti Farm. friend, has returned to her home Mr. nml Mrs. J. K. Sternuts have ' Miss Georgia Dunn has returned in Harrodiburg. Danville. been recent viltr.in from n ten days' stay in Johnon City Mrs. Jack Casey nnd baby have W. C. T. U. will meet Saturday, nnd other point in Tennowee. returned from a visit to her sister, nt 3 a'alsck at Mr. J. II. Klnnalrd. Mrs. D. A. Ilervoy and children Mrs. Forest Fitxgerald and Mr. Fitzgerald in Danville. with her pent th week-enM. WHott has returned .Mr. W. Mr. nnd Mrs. (L F. Ilrown. frHi n few day stay in Louisville. Mr. Henry Simpson, of Lexington, Mr. A. S. Fence, of Jeilico, Tenn. spent Faster with hi parent, Mr. Mr. W. It. Cook nml Mr. Itobin-pent Saturday and Sunday with his nnd Mn. U. D. Simpson nnd Mi' CtMik, of Danville, wore in town brother, Mr. J. S. Fence and family. FJiznbeth Lognn Simpson. oturt d)' an husins. Miss Annie Hollo Itichurdson, of Mr. Ktnma Kaulfman, Mrs. it. K. Mr. and Mr, llarnes, of Moreland, Irnve msve.l to Iincnster, where .Mr. Multolitrt ami Mis.s Frankie Knulf-nvi- n Jacksonville, Fin., has been the guest have been recent visitor in of Miss Klfxabeth Logan Simpson, Is In Uuslnrss. Ilnrntt uirougn iMo r;astur ivoiiiiny. Danville. who hold a; Mr. Ashhy Swupe, Mr. Jvsse W. Sweeney nnd Miss' Mr. Dora Wheeler, of Danville, is nice position with the 1 fttli Splint Cnl Company nt WilliamsburK. was the guest of her daughter, Mr. Hen Martini Ward Sweeney, were in Lex-(!nlli-Cura recent visitor to his mother, Mrs.' Wood and Mr, Wood, on Danville ington last week to hoar Of course they came back delighted, avenue. Hright Herring 'Ils vltr d Thats Where We Come we carry nothing In d pur-ent- s, We give you and yours the same attention in the matter of Drugs and Prescriptions we give our own llosh and blood. We are careful in compounding; that we are ashamed to recom- n mend. Our Line Is Complete We also carry a complete line of Rubber Goods, i 1 1 l. i Why Pay More r Seed Beans and Peas in bulk Seed Potatoes as low as Mr. Florence (Irnnt nnd daughter,' Miss Frances Crunt, of Lexington,1 have been guests of Mr. nnd Mr.1 Charlie Anderson, on Danville street. r.S Toilet Articles, Stationery, Perfumes, Toilet Soaps and we will back our prices against those charged for similar goods anywhere in the country. ' lOcts a Pt. $1.50 5cts. Sets, 7cts. 20cts. Onion Sets Broken Rice Whole Rice a bu. a qt. a lb. Miss Katie llarnes Dickerson, of Lexington, Is Hamilton College, spending the Faster vacation with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Dickerson. Mr. nnd Mr. J. M. llurdlno nudj children, Misses Jessamine and Ma- linda nnd son, Collis, of Jessamine county, have been the guest of Mr. . and Mr-- J. II. Witt. Among the Itncntter people who visited Danvi'lo. last week were. Mrs. J. W. Sanders, Miss Fannie West.l Miss Ucttie West, Mrs. fieorgo ltob-- j inson, Mrs. W, A. Dickerson, Mrs.! J. K. Dickerson, Mr. Frank Marks-burMrs. Joe Itobinson and Miss Joan Mount. y, OUR SLOGAN-SAFE- TY & SERVICE Strictly fresh caught fish EXTRA SPECIAL Our Entire Line or Candy only a lb. e lb, STOEMES DEUG STORE. Phone 39. Lancaster, DC DC 9 20cts. a lb. First Thought In Drugs. SANDER'S VARIETY STORE 4: 1853. DC j1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Mch 31, 92 I 1 GUY. Mr. Harry D. Bice end at Richmond. spent-the "Clara Hamon Joint week, The Church." (Louisville Pot.) Writing under the caption, "Clara Hamon Joins the Church," the New mnkes the following York World editorial reference to what followed the ncqulttal in Okluhomn of the woman who had, under such summational circumstances, killed a prominent citizen of that State: "Once in n while n strny incident in the news reveals to the saphisicat-e- d New Yorker thnt his way of life Is not the only way. Clara Smith Hnmon, nccording to n report from Oklahoma, wnOlmptlied Sunday evening In the First Christian church of.Ardmore nnd becomes u regular member of the congregation. Tlje ceremony was without incident. protested; nobody thought the proceedings strange. New York would have found something queer about it. It is ttot usual for the churches of n metropolis to receive as n matter of course it woman who, after violating the social and moral codes, has just been acquitted after a sensational murder trial. The city has less faith. It may be in the recuperative powers of the profeshumsn spirit. It distrust sions of regeneration nnd Inclines the fatalistic belief that spilt milk is spilt, nnd thnt nn individual is much the same one day ns another, whether he has been converted or not. Anl in ore and Gopher Prnirie tnke their Christianity literally. They renew their belief in the town drunk ard every time he seeks the mourner's bench, putting trust in modern miracles. Perhaps New York is corrupted with statistics. It citizens are swan of the infinitesimal ratio of thr reformed who have will power sutfi-eieto break old bonds of habit and association and start afresh. Viewing life in the mass, they see it less optimistically even if the truth were known, somewhat cynically. Clara Hamon seems to get a better chance on Main street than she would have on Broadway." This is a longer quotation than we ordinarily rare to make use of, but every word in It Is well worth rending and thinking about. By its reference to "Main Street," the World name the popular novel of that name .which undertakes to describe life in the smaller towns. The Kventng Post has little to add to the comment here given .but we would like to henr from some of our ministers in regard to the namr No-bo- 1 Savers are Winners very interesting to observe enehutiastic savers. We watch them as they come regularly to the bank to make their deposits. There is on their faces the unite that is peculiar to winners. It i $ Their glory is not alone in the amount they have saved t tney know that it is not always easy to save and are proud to have succeeded. And then there is the fascination of growth! Only those, who have really saved know the pleasure of watching a savings account grow. A growing; savings account is Car load of limt Just' received. I. Hudson A Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poyntcr and children spent Kaster with Danville relatives. Mrs. Klmn Baker nnd son, Hubert, of Judson are visiting Mr. and Mrs. j'Jnmes !. Vnntis. Mrs. Carrie Davidson spent Satur-- ' day in I.ancnster, the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. (iuy Davidson. Mr, Milton Ward was n visitor Mrs. Wednesday of his 'daughter, Win. Clark nnd Mr. Clark. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Marsce nnd little son, were Kaster visitors of Mr nnd Mr. John D. White. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oltie Graham and baby were recent guests of Mr. nnd Tom Graham, of Judson. J Mrs. Mrs. Win. Griggs nnd two little daughters were Friday visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Smith, of Pleasant j I I I - Eruptions of the Skin Cause Torturous Itching If you are afflicted with any form of skin disorder, you are well acquainted with the flaming, burning Itching that these diseases produce. Skin diseases are caused by an Impurity or disorder in the blood, and there Is no rest and genuine relief within your reach until such Impurities arc removed. 8.S.S. has given great satlsfsc-tlo- n in the treatment of these dU. orders, because It is such a thoroughly MtlsfncUiry blcd purifier. It cleanses the blood of all impurities, and thus counteracts tho affects of tho germs that attack (ho skin. Begin taking SSSl. todiy. snd it you will write, a complete history of your case, our medical adviser will giro you expert advice without charge. Address Chief Medical 168 Swift Laboratory, AUsa-Gs. Ad-visU, MARKSBURY Mrs. Karnest Gosney was shopping In Danville Friday. Something to be proud oft Hill. Mr. anil Mrs. William Walker lost a valuable buggy horse last week, by it getting cut up by n barbwire fence. Mrs, Purest Cuitls has been quite sick fur n few days. Miss Lou Klla Doolin has been quite sick the past week. Miss Margaret MrCane is visiting relatives at Judson this week. Miss Alice Sutton spent the weekend with Miss Brntton of Hubble. Miss Anna Pollard was the gueat of Miss Margaret McCane last week.t Hogg. Mr nnd Mrs. Troy Hogg and Mr. Denver Isom motored to Georgetown Sunday to see Mr, Hogg's father. Mr, and Mrs. Karnest Gosney and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Shearrin, In Junction City. Miss Blanche Speake of Lexington came over Saturday to make n brief visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Speake. Mrs. Stalled Hill and the Misses Hogg, of Georgetown, have been recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Troy The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER, KY. Mr. and Mm. Klijah McMillian and Master itolman J. spent n delight Mrs. Allen Tenter Is on the sick ful Knstcr with Mr. and Mrs. lluford Smith. lit. Misses Hernlce nnd Bessie Teater Mr. Mart Davis and family enter-tnini'- d a number of relatives Sunday. nnd Jessie Kay were the pleasant Hugh Moberley visitors of Mrs. JO USUnq B Jl0 .00(I PM0,I M( Thursday night. ( hogs to V. A. Lear for 10 cents per Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and pound. little daughter spent Saturday nnd Misses Resale Teater And Anna Sunday in Madison with Mr. and May were week-envisitors of Miss Mrs. Andew Clark. I Jessie Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Sowers and Ballards Bran, Mised Fred, Wheat Mr. nnd Mrs. John Oailey and daugh Middling!, Barley Meal. ter spent Kaster in Madison with Hudson & Farnau. Mr, and Mrs. Murse Murphy. Mesdames Joe Bay, Clarence Mo Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley and little daughter spent the weekend Culley. I'owell Dailey and Miss Bert PaiMy and Mr. Clelan Dailey were with relatives. Thursday shopping. in Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCulley and Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis and litchildren were guests Saturday eve-nitle daughter were the visitors Satur of Mrs. Homer Ray. ilny night nnd Sundir of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley Mrs. Wilbert Dailey. Mr. nnd Mrs. and little son. were Sunday visitors Homer Bay were also their visitors of Mr and Mrs. Jusiah McCulley. Sunday. WOLF TRAIL J ' d 1 Farmers rnnnrnr rrinYiEnt We sell cverythintr in the implement line Al 1 I i i 1 (j "I Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beatley and baby were visitors recently of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clny llronddus of Mo Creary. Mrs. Arthusa Currey of Lancaster spent the past week with Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane and family spent Kaster Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel Lane, of the Lexington road. Mr. and Mrs. John Yater and two little daughters, of Judson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ynter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Scott nnd son, Billy Brown, were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Pendleton, in Lancaster. Mrs C. It. Henry ami children, Louise nnd Jnmes Milton nnd Master Harold Ward were guests Wednesday" of Mrs. J. I. Yantis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and children of Madison were the weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. B Henry. Mr. and 'Mrs. Tom Doolin and daughters, Misse Corn and Flora, were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. ml Mrs. William Barnes. Mrs. Wallace Jones and son, Frank and daughters. Misses Marie and Grace, of Madison spent the past week-envisiting Mr. andMrs. W. T. Sutton. y re-ce-d Mr. nnd Mrs. Iver Poynter and children of the Danville pike have visiting Mr. Wm. Blanks nnd J been famjly. Mrs. J. B. Klmper of Quitman. Ga. who has been lingering at death's door Is now on the road to recovery, Speake. her many friends here will be glad Mrs J. W. Woods, of Lexington l to learn. expected loon to visit friends and Mr. Green Kstes, Miss Dean Hunrelatives of hep old home. ter and Mrs. Annie Simpion were Bev. Lewis and Mrs, Thompson guests at a 12 o'clock dinner given were guests at dinner ijf Mr. and by MUs Holmes, of Crab Orchard Mrs. W. T Doolin Sunday. Sunday. Genuine Kanawha Sail.' Hudson V Farnau. Mr .and Mrs. W. T. Doolin were shoppers in Danville one day last week. . Miss Stella Speake of Ida with Mi spent the week-end , We want your Corn and will pay you the highest market price. If you have good corn and want to sell it phone us. CORN WHITE Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beazley and baby nnd Miss Dorothy He uzley were Sunday visitors of Mrs. John Broaddus, of Ilyuttsvillc Mr. and Mrs. Buford Crow and baby of Jessamine, Mr. nnd Mrs. man or woman afflicted with Henry Tuttle, Misses Daysie Bunells TUB swollen muscles, stiff and Fannie Meridn were Sunday visi- joints, rheumatic pains or other rmptom tors of Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn oi kklacy trouble is entitled lo ijrmpatbr ad should bavc help. and Miss Lou Anna Osborn. Nature fives early warning ol kidney Straighten Up trouble by puf&ncst under eves, spots before the eyes, dry mouth, blliouancM, wraknes arid pale, weijr, dry skin. It is unwise lo nellect the tllftbtest rwMMi ol Udmtr trouble. lae Ktlp hi caUief lor. SWAN that BRYANTSVILLE Little Norma Burns Fain has bee quite ill. Mr. M. FLOUR It is always of tho beat quality. It l& always n little less in price. m i" ii f ii nvcryinniK we sen menus more liirmiT neeus. n money for the farmer for we sell for casfi, thereby selling for less. wiu 1 u ty Cl.t ike UJn 0. Kennedy has bevn on tone up weak, Inactlrc, sluUlib kidneys nd help rid Ihc body ol poisons. With lUacas aaj lUUtt tori1r SiettloalaS. appetite U intend, irbraaiaf alaep la poMibl a ad St .lib. Mrrata siS eeetfr cow aaturai reauh. w the sick list. Mrs. Belle Davis, of Sulpher Well is with her son, Mr. W. K. Davis. Mr. A. T. Scott Jr., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Scott, of Lancaster. Mr. B. II. Halcomb was a Sunday guest of Mr. A. T. Scott and The wise housewife never overlooks nn opportunity to save a penny. SHE SAVES IT BY USING WHITE SWAN FLOUR. We have the agency for VULCAN and OLIVER id ft PLOWS AND POINTS FOR ALL PLOWS MADE. 1 Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. i RDVANTC.VII IF If FN VI IPIf V W. 0. RIGNEY W. U. DICKERSON W. 0. RIGNEY Office Phone 18. & CO. um family of Itncastcr. vofk Mare Ibea I am hoi M anol back' Charlie ham, Stc'ly. George. Spoosjmore, Pres. ab aoat ao uuobla WHk far kUaeis. Mr. James Watkins nnd .Mr. CampDRUG STORE STORMES bell, of Lexington, were the guests First Thought In Drbsjs Friday of Mrs. P.. II. Ballard. LANCASTER. KY. Clover and Timothy Seed) Red : The man without nn idea hasn't truly great i The man who Top Std, Broom Corn Seed, Rap Today never exists for the person often acutely alive to his own Imper-- ! the room in his head to hold those Seed Oalt. II Seed, Alfalfa, Buckwheat, & Farnau. who is going to reform tomorrow. fections. of others Hudson ft Some men's heads are so full of The blindness of love is proverb!- If the bolshevik dictator of Bussia Miss Amy Dawes, who Is attendkeeps up his present record he will nl- - until nf'er the preacher collecti brains there fs no.room left for com-hl- s ing school in Georgetown, W ex- mon seme. fee. pected to visit her parents this week- go Into history ns having been killed more often than Villa. end. Mrs. J. I logon Ballard, Misses France hus just shipped over 2C0, (!) Mayme Dullard ami Margaret Wool-fol- k 000 quarts of champagne, but some VJ were in Danville shopping Fri- thirsty nut commandeered it before A it rmilil n'lirli this town. day. Mrs. W. J. Broaddus, Miss Little Many young men who gleefully Broaddus and Mr. Archiball Broud-dthe farms und rushed to the were in Nicholnsville shopping left , We Strive to Serve. great cities a year or two ago are Saturday. now wending their way sadly jack Miss June Howling of K. C. W. to that haven from whence they tied. Danville, spent the past week-enCAPITAL $50,000.00 Three squures nnd u place to sleep with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. (S. aguln look good to them. Ttree C r. KtyMMa, E!rlr.N, Y .writ.r iroable. tick la txd "ilk kUary walk. Mo I I cavkl ao let wp. My back We if .J lA rottr KUatr 1Mb. mi I Mat Inr ftocae lkm la a tka al tocaaitnred Lktna apoa krepUs ffw I rf up out A and able I So lo liaM I irralnaal ypfM abjMrflr t4 Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated Deposit Here & Save Your Money ui d A. Bowling. Misses Jean und Viola liankln who are attending' school )ti Millersburg spent several days lust weok with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Itltfikln. Lucky Tiger SURPLUS $60,000.00 BANK. Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Residence Phone 3f Mm IsflflVaf Taw MaUam'm sata.sf 'l raariai ta aasa fataaa; fcslr Naav Mr. W. K. Davis, who has been ilanalrntf Bsaaaaajo sasls- a- atos Positively eradicates sahltan i. CITIZENS , Corner NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. . I Lancaster, Kentucky. critically ill at her home was moved Hospital to the Good Samaritan Saturday evening. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. aoataalju.Utiialai VflB flka aSSratSaaae,llgitl ItaaMaM Public Square and Danville Street. tts)fa Mfts The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 31, 1 92 1 Our Good Percheron Stallion HAWK will make the scaion of 1021 at our bum, .1 mllct below Ruckeye on the Buckeye ami I.ancntcr pike on the following terms: Sunday Says "The devil hate a revival, but Is dead ttnlck on the attitude some pcoole in this town arc taking njralnst this revival." "Some people say a rcvivnl I temporary. Yes, so - a bath, but it does you good." "Nobody is going tu spit en the church of (!od while I am around." The Mctely girl of today arc c he lit-tl- - lo b paid when mar It and 15.00 mora when colt It ,rTrl foalrd. Parly', owning marrt have tha prMl.ga of brrding Ihrouiliout on, but no refund will b tha made, ihould mam not proya with foal. HAWK li by Undarnt 14617, h sired by Filo l)e Dominant 9870, hp by by Dominant, by lllenfaltnnt, Vermouth, by Vldoco, by Coco Ihe Second, he by Vlrx Chaslln, by Coco 712, by Mlcnon, by Jean I.c lllanc. Ida dam is Umlarn 770t. She by Kxtrador 212.1, and out of Linnet II., by l.lciuri' II., and out of Cullalle. Llrsure II., alreil by St. I.nunUnt, and out of Kvantlna II. IMS. She by Taeheau and dam lloquct 807. The tire of Tnchoau (Ire af U Favora lit.. 798, nnd Roquet, Coco the Second. withHAWK'S pedigree standi out n peer among the bent heme In Kentucky. $5.00 YOO tso.eet r frizile-hcflde- d flap." ! "The antidote for llolihovkni U the Cotpel of Jesus Christ and the fundamental doctrines of pure Amor- lennistn." "Jesus Christ wnt n great dis turber in his dny. He disturbed the of that pliable, plnttlc bunch of eeetoslastlenl crooks. He told thnt bunch where to head In." "People pnd too much money getting their hogs ami cattle teady for market and too little time in getting boys nnd girls ready for heaven." "1 don't tee how and minister has the audacity to insult (Jed by luting himself as agninut revivals and still claim to be a prencher." "Paul was an evangelist, and they had to call out the cop to re-- i scue him." BBS 'n f!il nfilti "GreenxSeal" your Property Every pallon of .lMt. paint protection and 300 Sq. Feet, (two coats', beauty. In some cases it 'a a Rood deal more than 300 llama's Grcn Seal Paint contain? i. THE FINE JACK foaled June IS, 1910. He U nearly 10 handt hleh, black with white points, large, bene, big feet and very active. He will make the Scanon on the following tenns; and $5.00 to l paid when maro It tarvrd h,n colt It foalrd. Party' own $5.00 morr Ing marrt havr tha privilege of breading thru out lh tvaton, but no rafund will ba mada, hould marc not pro, with foal. Sireil by Payne McConnel's Jack, known to be an excellent brteder. Hit first dam was by (Jeerpe Italian!' bit; jack second dam by Holla-laTuicro he by Locknanc's Tutearo ,he by Tutcarora that M for $1000. Locknanc's dam wa Samuel Hay premium Jen y' Tus-earar- BIQ FELLOW Holla-danet, her dam Clay's Imported Jcnnctt. Tuncaro'a dnm by Wright & Price's running to Clay's Imported Warrier. Hie Fellow third dam by Wellington, he by I nrd Wellington, known nx Peter llrnmlct' premium nnd wweepstake Jnck, he by Imported Spanish jack Maro Cattle, dnm Ijdy Jane, imported nt the tame time. Fourth dam by Illack Sampson. You ace that IHk Fellow has ai good blood as any jack in the State. llalnnce of rmoney due when ware is parted with, or bred to another home or jack. I.ien retained on colt until service fee is paid. Care taken to prevent accident, but not rcuponslble should any occur. y' e, ft., according to the surface to be painted. And if properly applied, Green Seal covers this surface without laps or brush marks showing. It supplies film which weather cannot a smooth, evenly-sprea- d docs the double duty break through. Thus Green-Sea- l of beautifying nnd arresting decay. It gives both good brand. wear and good looks. It's the time-tried t wi Formula on every package. Sold By "There nre multitude thnt never darken a church door; the only time they nre ever In there is when they die and they take them In for funeral or. they have to go around there as n palllx-arcr." CONN BROS. Lencaster, . - - Kentucky. ' "There Isn't a mnii or woman that won't go out of here with a new ideu of God nnd a new hatred of sin. Hie spirit of Cod will convict you, but you need something you haven't got." M. S. The Jefferson DaVis Monument. HATFIELD The Hoard of Trustees of the JeffDErfTIST erson Davis .Monument association Offic over Tha Garrard Bank. and olliccr of the Daughters of the Phones Office 5. Ketidtnc 376. Confederacy will hold n conference LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. n Wednesin the city uf Louisville to devise vtays nnd day, April means for the completion of the Jelferson Davis .Monument at .Mr. i Davit' birth place, Fafrview, Ky. The Monument is to be 351 feet in height when complete!), the second highest monument In the world. It is more than half finished but the DANVILLE, -- 3 KENTUCKY. work has been delayed on account Opposite Gilcher Hotel. a of the wnr intervening nnd the gen- Office Hours 8 lo 12 and 1 to S p.m."" sinner; Phone 387-H- . CHAPEL RAY and AMON, Hoi-ma- Buckeye, Ky. noes n man know he is a W hen he lives contrary to the Hible he is a sinner, no matter whether he thinks he is a sinner or not he is a sinner. So use the Hible to convict a man he Is a s!T! Mow J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist CUNNS Mr. Hen Humphrey continue! very III. Mr. H. M Kurti and children have been III. Mr. Chariot (7rtw took dinner with Mr and Mrs. John I .and Sunday. spent the Mrs. Cerdnlta Dnvt week-enat lluekeyr. Quite a number from this vicinity Saturday. were in and hhs Mr. and Mrs. Hiram with relative, tpent the wrek-en. Mr. and Mrs. J. Spark spent ter with Mr and Mrs. James Hicks.' John land purchased a calf J from Mr II. W. Sanders for $21.00. d Ka-w1 Matter Clemmon May, who has been in the hospital nt Lexington for Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and Mime time is expected home Saturchildren visited relatives in Harrodt-Iwr- jr day. recently. guetts enjoyed a About thirty-liv- e Misses Annn May and Itwie Tent- IxMinteous dinner with Mr. Tnlton er H?nt Saturds- - night with Miss May in celebration of her birthday, Jestle 11. Hay. March 22nd. Her host of friends Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Moberley and wish her many happy returns of the little daughter mere week-enguetts day. of Mr. and .Mrs, Harvey Tenter. V. C. FVrtiliirr It Kl for tobac"Llcht Blue Hair." and ground. Advance, co Tlie police, no tluiiltt, will have llitln In In it "uon i arnau. (tlttirultypolice(ltidlnc a man lllcl York lnillctln In NViv recint Miss Iwi Mrs. Cordelia Davis. as tietiig named h n clmrgiv Ion nnd Mr, John were in Lev "Llsht hlue linlr hoiilil muhe hlra mgton to see Mrs. Alice Kay recent- - C"iiiilci)Piis In alim' mii.v rrrmt d hr-d- Mr John Hall and little daughter, spent Sunday with Mrs. ItuMell "" Hoi-M- r Public Sale OF THE PERSONALITY OF THE LATE J. K. BAUGHMAN Consisting of Mules, Horses, Jacks, Jennies, Hogs, Cattle, Ponies anu Brood Mares, will be held at his late home in Lincoln county, two miles from Hustonville and Moreland, ten miles from Danville and ten miles from Stanford, on ner and to reveal Jesus Christ." "Pray Hod to lead you to the right person; you may have more Influence with some person than another, but if you have been lying about somebody, you ought to say smething, and if you're a deadbeat and you owe a merchant something, go down n ml pay your debt and then you can talk religion to him." "Oh, Cod wants mothers that will turn jmle over their children going down to the devil. "He want purcnts that will weep, lie wnnts friend that will gasp, and He want workers that will gronn; He wants church members and ministers that will be concerned and 'cruet to oat or sleep over people going to'Yurditien undttothing being doHe to win them." "Jesus became his security; Jesus took hi plnce on the cross, nnd God lets you escape the curse of the taw- by your acecptnnce of J ejus nt your substitute. He took your place nnd if you tUrn your hack on Jetus Christ you will be eternally damned, it doesn't nuike any difference who you are." "jou can to live that liod can manifest His power through you "Then you know from experience that there is a God, and you arc not going to follow all these isms and schisms that mny come- thundering along to lead you away from Jesus eral conditions throur'.iout the South. The Daughters of the Confederacy women of the nnd the patriotic South will see thnt this monument I completed as n fitting tribute to one of the greatest men of his age' lUNERAL DIRECTOR nnd the South will honor Itself by Ofllcf Over National Hank. . honoring its grunt leader. Residence I'hone .1. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Occasionally we hear ot some fel-- i low who was really lucky in love.j lie escnpeii in time. More people would reach the goal if success if those crowding behind VETERINARIAN. wuuiil Keep pusning. Call Aniwer.d Promptly Day In the end, the young man who Night, I'lioii" 317 sticks to the farm generally finds KENTUCKY LANCASTER. that the money sticks to him. J. A. Beazlev Dr. Printus Walker Wednesday, The if no more than you do the world would be in hell. There are thousands of people who have to awake and come to the ret-cue it una out world is to be won to Jesus Christ." "Men have done wonderful things for other things, why not for re ligion? I haven't any sympathy for the man or woman you have to drive to make some sacrifice for tke cauie of Jesu Chritt," Commencing 9 o'clock. "God wnnts to do people good I can't understand why you've got list following is the Stock which will be sold: to wear your life out te get peenle to be decent I It's no compliment to ..I )! in mi Ira ( i..1( .. or. i vi.fit- - nl,l niiilnM. w ill ln" " j .... n.i humanity!" iu nuiiii nr.nmln Hir. .7 CMtiiH-itii- l I, .ii,l I .... :.. All atinMml in nirml tnnnw ftm , , r, - nnntiw from viini-limminus in ....I..o'. iiaua, on ..v.... v ..W,erc ure they? Kverywhere year oiu mines, weiKM thirteen minurcu except the church people that need urity urn ft ntalllon; ono extra kooii pair oi lour on IiimiiI nf .torcnv mill Short ho rn aawn mill hilf.'is. mrmtlv in ln lY.'sh In omelily to help them to Jesus i. Christ." ttprintr. 8 head of jacks avcA, one Heven years; one pony Htallion, an extra jjootl one; 20 il Chritt." "If everybody did April 6th. 1921 A Promptly at of a partial Seed Bed Produces Bigger Crops Well-Prepare- d I its entire width in dead furrows, hard and soft ground. and over ridges, as well as on level land. When you can mnkc a better seed bed simply by using a disc harrow that does better work, pulls lighter, and lasts longer, why not do it? Wc can show you just such a Implement one that can be adjusted instantly to penetrate nnd pulverize the soil thoroughly ' head of yoarlliiK calves; 11 head of 800 pound cattle; 5 pure brcd'AiiKiis bulls; A pure bred mwjwxko::w:;w::9::ox Shorthorn bulls; 8 sows and pIks; 50 shoats, aveniKliiK about 100 pounds; 15 brood mares, most of them broke to work; 10 head of jennies; one extra ood four yer old saddle mare; M hatch pulle from my 2 one extra jjood Html colt; two extra nice saddle mare colts. JOHN&DEERE MODEL "B" DISC HARROW Next Saturilaj, or the first time you ore in town, drop in end look at the John Drrre Model Disc Harrow which we have set up. Get on the teat and ere rate the; trvcri. Notice that there is n lever for angling each cane backward oV forward o as to make the pull on the horses juit right when part of the harrow it working in soft (round and part in hard ground. And remember to aik ut DOIMT THIS IS AN AHSOLUTK SALIC, MADK TO CLOSK THE KSTATK A .MONO TUB HEIRS. SINGLE COMB BROWN i "" Sale will positively take place rain or shine, made known on clay of Sale. Terms liberal and 3 1 LEGHORN EGGS object to gathering the org next winter. Grorge do it. If you Jones and Henry Baughman, Executors Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. 16fr$l. 1 ll- 100 fer $5-C- ajh about the third lever. That It the feature you will appreciate bcc&uie it enables you to give the required prctiure to' the Inner endt of both gangs to make the harrow penetrate at the same depth itt entire width in dead furrows or over ridges. Wc want you to notice alto the neat, substantia! comtruc-tlo- n of thit harrow. You will readily understand why it lasts longer. MORELAND, ICY. EKLE C. I - 11 f AKRA L" .. fi I 6000L0E and WALKER BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Mch 31, 92 1 1 Fact About The Wort Famine In History. In the entire famine area there nre 85,000,000 Chinese. In the hunger xonc nre 45.000,000 directly effected. Thin number Is greater thnn the urbnn population, (town of 2500 nnd up), of the United Stntc., (12,. (iOO.OOO), and equals the population of Cr'nt Hrltnln. 15,000,000 Chinese nre In Immedi. ate danger of starvation. This It twice the population of the States,, (7,350,000) or the population of Helium, twice (7.420,000). These 15,000,000 will die, but for our help, before the next harvest, This l ten time the an In June. of the United States, nual death-rat(1,500,000). The famine victim are no'v dying at the rate of 15,000 a day. This U one every nix second. The daily toll would mae a line, standing shoul der to shoulder, nearly three mile New-Englae CYCLONE Hits REPAIR YOUR PBOPEBTY Kirksvillc And Silver Creek. Classified Column RATESi Single iniertions le n word No ad taken for less than 20e In this column. No ads in this column charged. BEFORE THE RAINY SEASON SETS IN. The comfort of your family will be materially Badly Hurt And Saveral Peep' Thouiandt of Dollar! In Lett. t, Is Work of Cyclone Last Thuriday Nlfl.t. Many thousands of dollars in property damage was done and several people injured when a putf of the eyclor.e which swept over Central Kentucky last Thursday n Ik' lit about seven o'clock, took n swipe at the Kirkwille nnd Silver Creek sections Ir the southwestern portion of Madison county. Several homes were reduced alA tenant most to kin illng wood houte on the farm of Willis Hen-drenear Silver Creek was blown completely nwny, and the three little sons of Hob llurton his colored tenant, were badly injured, one of them sustnlr'ntr a broken lei;. A chimney was blown down at the home of a man named Mooney, In the same section. Several bricks struck hi wife and the sustained three broken ribs. The roof of the battling house of the Wnrvick dNtillery at Silver Creek, was blown olf. No damage was done to the several hundred barrels of whisky remnlning in the bonded warehouse. The distillery' warehouse It owned by Ilcrnheim Ilroi., of Louisville. The home of Carl Hoop, a farmer, near Kirksv'le, was demolished. Damage done at the home of Jonah Cox, n half mile from Klrks-viltwas very severe. H's pretty new house was unroofed, furniture demolished, and during the progress of the tonn the childien wrre blown about from room to room. The parlor rug wns found Friday morning ii mile it so away in n pasture at the farm of Phil Arburkle, tern to rags. Mr. Cox's large tobacco barn ws blnwn down, hrs yirage do. molished an I several lance trees felled by the verity of the wind. The cyclone l have- dipped into Madiso i county in the Sliver Creek and Kirksrillr sections. It swept over .1 pathway about live or six miles in .vtcnt. Other commun- ities report heavy winds but so far as can be learned there was little real damage elsewhere In this sec Richmond .had tion. heavy wind storm, with treat shieU of rain and fearful llghtring but no damage is reported her. The telephone line to Ilerea it rut of commission, ami no report cat be secured 'rom that section as to damage in southern e, - Seven insertions for the price of live. 5 Phone orders mutt be paid V promptly. at-- KOIt SAI.Kl Fresh milk cow with calf by side. Phone 328.11. Mrs, Garrett Woods. It-p- enhanced if repairs are made in time. 11.00 Hock eggs at Pure Ilred White per setting. Phone 307. (2.24-tf.) Mrs. II. I Swope FOIl SALE; A good registered, Poland China FOR Hoar. long. China proper has 320,000.000 In habitants. Our trade In 1919 with China came to $200,000.000 about HO cents a lecpe. China is a vast UN. SALE: Piano, Phone 43. Miller. Buy Materials From Us. Splendid upright used but In fine condition. Apply nt Sl'iipton Houie. L2t. pd. 3-- 3 potential market for our products. If we help, them now, It will help our commercial future. The Chinese famine. If not avert We have everything required to make a new ed by American relief, will develop into the greatest calamity In history. with a minimum of 15,000.000 dead. house or building, or to repair an old one. The World War cot 17.500,000 lives; the Irish famine of 184G killed persons. The Indian famine of 180G took n toll of 1,450,000. Kven the great Chinese famine of 1878, with 9,500,000 deaths, does not equal the present peril. Do you wonder that thousands are leaving homu in search of food and that they are being turned back a the pqint of the bayonet lest other sections become destitute of food and Infected with diseases? Do you wonder that thousand are committing suicide? Do you wonder that parent. are selling their children rather, than witness their agonizing death from children, visited Mr .and Mrs. C, CARTERSVILLE starvation. Notice. S. Hoop from Saturday until MonWhat Is your answer to their Alt persons having claims 'against Mrs. C. S. Hoop, who has been ill day. plight? is Improving. Miss Mary Hryant of this place S T. I.eavel. deceased, or his estate, The following Is the total contri- the past few duys, Quite a number from here attend- and Mr. Virgil Vomers, of Ilerea, are hereby notified to present same, bution that has been sent in from ed the funeral of Mr. Jesse Calico motored to Lancaster last, Thursday properly proven, as required by law, Garrard county: nnd were united in the holy bond to J. W. Klmore, at The Garrard Presbyterian church, Paint Lick, Sunday. Hank nnd Trust Co., Lancaster, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Znck Hester and son, of matrimony. $01.00 or to Chnsf C. Foi, Atty., Danville. 10.00 Karl, visited her parents, Mr. and A. C. Mile. Ky,, not Inter than the 1st. day of Large Argentina Province. Mrs. Jefferson Davis, Sunday. Lancaster Presbyterian The province of Kntre Hloi, Ar May 1921. church 82.80 Ballard Bran, Mixed Food. Wheat sjentlna. has an area of 20.2-1(ilven under my hand this 15th. sqntrt Pleasant Grove Christian Middlings, Barley Meal. miles, or little greater than the com- day of March, 1921. Church, , B&anUvlIle, 44.00 Hudson & Farnau. bined area of the thren states of Jesse II. Walden, I New Jersey and MaryExecutor of S. T. I.eavel, deceased. Buckeye School Notes. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Pennington nnd land. Myrtle was angry Monday morning and we all knew better than to fret her. Miss Manllee Kurtz Is ill this week. We hope she will be able to come to school soon. We hope to have a large audience to attend our exercises Thursday and Friday nights. Everybody at Sunday School were dressed up in new Raster hats nnd gingham dresses Sunday. Misses Hemic Teatcr nnd Jesse II. Hay, were entertained by Mrs. Hugh Moberley Wednesday night. Mr. Price and family and Miss Lvlia Price, were visitors of relatives In' Richmond the past week-enMiss Syler has been unable to be with our sewing club for two weeks. the generous proportion of old Dutch lead in Kurfees Paint We hope she will soon be able to be makes it work smoother, cover better, look better and wear here ngnln. longer. Kurfees colors hold their brilliancy. They keep your home The High School pupils have been studying very diligently for a few protected looking new. Every drop in a Kurfees can is all paint, weeks. Think each of these pupils made the Kurfees way, from 100 percent pure lead and zinc. Look intends to specialize in "Latin." at the formula. "More pure lead to the gallon than any other paint" Miss Inez Itny was in Iincaster Saturdny. Suppose she went to pur-cha new suit for Kaster. She 80 WHITE LEADarriftir- has bought seventeen new wedding 20 WHITE ZINC ivo.j.jzu. .suits this year. 100 Some of the "Lovers" of our school do wish Mr. Price would sympathize with them, nnd let them have Kurfees Auto Enamel Granitoid Floor Paint the same privileges this week, that rcady-to-us- e enamel colors of highest on today walk on it Put it they have been having all the year. grade. Especially prepared for Dries hard as a rock, shines like enamel. automobiles. Keep your car looking new Miss Annie Muy assisted her mothNo undercoats necessary. Easy to use. at trifling cost. A quart will do. Easy to er in entertaining a number of For floors, borders, woodwork, linoleum. apply you can do it. Convenient Bizc friends In honor of the lattcrs birthMade in oak, tan, bud, dust, brown and cans. day, Tuesday. An elegent dinner maroon. Convenient size cans. was served and the guests greatly Kur-Fa-Ci-tc enjoyed the day. Kurfee Flat-Ti- nt Misses Annie May, Hesie Teater An especially prepared oil paint of unThe varnish of many colors for many uses. surpassed beauty for interior decoration. nnd Jessiu II. Hay and Mr. Hobert u beautiful hardwood fimsha efProduces Davis and Elmer Hay composed n Imparts to walls and ceilings a rich, velfect on old floors and woodwork. Hides vety finish. The dull soft Unen make it riding party Sunday morning. The scratches and makes old furniture look ideal for the interior of the home it is mules that Hobert and Elmer were like new. Easy to use. A pint is suffiwashable. In white and many beautiful riding were certainly pretty. cient for G to 8 chairs, a quart for a bedRhades. Convenient size cans. Come in room suite or border around rugs. Made Hoy C, Anion, Jesse, Forest and and get a chart showing color combinain oak, mahogany, walnut, cherry and Hughby enjoyed an elegant "Kaster tions for every room in the house. natural. All size cans. Kve Supper." They had an egg We Can Supply Your Every Paint Requirement. roast and ate u peck of potatoes, u pound of cheese, two pound of crack ers and three dozen eggs. We don't know how much water they drank. This Is going to be a rainy week, for us to have to come to school, but we will all be there every day Lancaster, Ky. at it is the last week. and BcsiU Misses Annie May Teater were guests of Mitt Jessie 11. Hay Saturday night. I will pasture about 10 cows from May 1st. to Nov. 1st., at 15.00 per W. II. Moss. month. II tack shepherd dog, with and P.'Sl tags en cellar. Call Phone .112.11. Joe Aldrldge. 11)20 It-p- Lot: Ijineaiter, Ky Do It Now. Enjoy It Later. I am standing a Registered Jersey Raleigh No Hull. Hanging Fork, 187,018 at $3.00. J. K. Sanders CM7.12.pd.) Hubble, Ky I have some nice registered Poland China boars, for sate. BASTIN LUMBEB CO. Ilrewer Layten. FOR SALE: 10 black Lang shan pulteto and two young reotters R. P. llrown, HryanUvillr, K FOR SALE: Tw nice Register Wright boars. China ed Poland 110 pounds. Hurten and Grant FOR SALE: Good white oak fencing, gate slats, boxing and fram ing any length drsired. Mike Rogers, tancaster, Ky. A lot of good HAY for cattle, cheap Oats, Clover and Timothy Seed. Garrard Milling Company. I have 30 acres of good grasi, by for cattle grailng. Watered Mrs. Victoria Anderson creek. Preachersvtlle, Ky 2 Ult. 3-- ' 4ress up your home iiSstg Pu retPaint -- FOR SALE: My home place on The night train to Stanford was Stanford street. Well Improved. deluyei nlinnt three hour by trees Terms liberal. Hayden Leave!! nnd debris blown across the track between here and I.ancaster. RichRhode Island Red Eggs from mond Register. pure-breS. C. R. I. Itedi. $1.00 per setting of 10. Phone 40-Violin Suptistltlona, Mrs. E. W. Perkins. There Is no musical Instrument boot which cling so many queer noDryanlivlllc, Ky. tions and superstitions as the vioFifteen Ilarred Rock Kggs. $100. lin. One of tbe strangest Is that held by o many people that the tone of a Flock inspected and O. K'd by Mr. Nlolln l often Impmve.l by It holng Chapin, Specialist In poultry, Lexingbroken nnd then mended. It iwmi at ton. Mrs. T. I). O'Hearn. mot Incredible, but that very Idea Im Lancaster, Ky. bellevrd tiy thousands of tteoplu. FOR SALE: Five Duroc gilts, YOUTH MEETS SPRING subject to registration, 10 months Splendid for old, ISO pounds. breeding purposes. d J. .Madison. IT'S A. T. It-p- Howling. Ky Paint Lick, HUFF LEGHORN EGGS: From the best strain of layers, from the My Springfield, Ohio Hatcher. hens have proven this. Eggs $1.00 for Ki, at my home. It. .. Price, Paint Lick. Ky., R. No. 2 3.t7.3t-id- l $100,0000 per cent INTEREST ON GOOD FARMS. LEND 10 years time. 8. T. HANDLE CORRESPONDENT C02 Fayette National Hank LEXINGTON, KY TO C & 1-- When youth mid springtime meet In the mind of the designer uf millinery wo are presented with such roticei. tlonn us those In tln group of halt shown iibmr. One of the new shiny fabrics makes the druK-- turlmn with lit audacious drooping Imw ut the right Knlfc-plalte- FOR RENT: Home on Richmond Street Unfurnished four rooms and Furnished two all conveniences. reception hall nnd bath rooms, Possession, first of April. Address-Mrs- . C. E. Galloway Richmond, Ky 3-- 2 l.'Jt-p- ' HASELDEN BROS. J side. ribbon Is hie for the cheerful but In roe odor that looks uh If It might be imido of shells at the right. The odd uud dashing shajHt ut the left bus u mi tin brim and fancy braid crown with a cluster that comprise fruits, llowcrtf and follagu posed against It. The hruld hat boast of FOR SALE: 20 ucre farm, six lovely line not Interfered with by a miles from Lancaster ,on County rosette unci ends of satiii ribbon xwed road all In grass, live room cottage, at tho side. Theso are only four and good little barn, new and in good among the myriads of bats mad to grace the heads of young women, but condition. All new fencing. Will from them may be gathered something sell ut bargain or trade for city s property, and if not sold In a of the vivacity and. Hie general brightwill rent for money rent. ness of new shapes tad materials for spring. It. G. C. Walker. M-- u wldc-brlmmfew-day- nim. Still trimming our prices and not our customers, soil im: many nrtlcle at cost nnd below cost. Munure spreaders, Riding nnd walking plows. Lightning liny Haters, Disk and Smoothing Harrows, stoves, harness, Hardware and everything In the Plow line. J. R. Mount & Co.