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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 14, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921041401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 14, 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 SICOHD TAH LANCASTER. KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 14, 1921. NUMBER 1. MIDNICjHT blaze MUCH GOOD PRESIDENT ; APRIL CROP WINNES AGAIN "MY OLD TO FACE TRIAL, REPORT HARDING KENTUCKY HOME" Of Unknown Origin Being Accomplished Through Red Cross Farm Labor More Plen- Knocks League Of Na- Man Accused Of MurProgram For A Week Causes Heavy Loss der Of Miss Lura At Paint Lick. tiful, But Demand Work In County. tions Into a Cocked In May To Secure Parsons. The plant of the Taint Lick Less Than Last Hat. The regular monthly meeting of Funds For The Uck, was ing Company at I'aitit Lexington, Ky., On April IB, at the Garrard County Chapter of the completely destroyed by fire about American ,Ked Cross TELLS WORLD LEAGUE IS DEAD the Harlan county court house at Year. Shrine. wai held in the midnight Wednesday night. t 1 1 Mill- The loss Is climated at M.000 Every Kcntucklan at hotm or or more, and it I understood that i to have nn opportunity to nbroml it was only partly covered by contribute to the fund to purchase W. O. Anderson and his "My Old Kentucky Home" at Fedcr-a- l It. - Hill, were owners 1 til, Stephen C. Foster where and manager of the mill. The latwrote the greatett state song .in the ter recently moved to Paint Lick to world. "From pennies to pound" have active charge of the property. every one may give as the heart He was connected with the New dictates. Dixie Auto Company here for some The eitalc of two hunilred ami time and has many friend here. thirty-siacrei, the old colonial home The origin of the fire is wild to with all iti valuable antique furni- be a mystery In every way, A large Healey ture, relic and Jouett and garage c!oe by the mill, operated by portrait, is offered through the State a Mr Patrick, was badly damagum of IG0.000 Commission, for the ed. The building Is owned by Mr. price. Thru a moit reasonable T. S. llurmati, of Richmond, and is contribution the tint private said to lie insured. ha been made to hold the option. MILLARD F. It I planned to rale through from the ion and daughter of Kentucky a total of 100,-00- Named Acting Commisthe amount above the purchase sioner price to be uted to traniform the uirk, retore the ingrouitals Into n Revenue. terior of the home and it furnlh-inK- , then turn it over to the and Washington to A dispatch Irom state to be conducted a a ihrine the daily popets says- which pilgrim and lover of romance Millard F. West, formerly deputy and the treat traditions of Kentucky commissioner in charge of account, may Itoek to vUlt. was designated by Secretary Mellon The CommUion hat arranged a a acting commissioner of internal campaign for the week beginning revenue rteudlnir the appointment by May 8th., which will be known a ' Harding of a successor to In President "Old Kentucky Home Week." ,, WillUm M. Williams. order that it may be carried out In Mr. William resigned Morch 5th., town and county in the Mate, every' request of Sir. Mellon hail printed instruction, with suggested but at the been acting as com.m'sioner until program, are being prepared. recently. .Sunday, May 8th., will be called Secretary Mellon announce! that "Church Day," when all minUter regulations are to be drafted soon will be requeued to preach ermon the ue of brer for medion home, with epecial reference to covering cinal purposes In accordance with the the home life of Kentucky in its traby former Attorney General dition! and hopeful aspects. Sun- ruling Palmer. Mr Palmer ruled that day chool excrct'et will be also sugenforcement officials could gested. not set a limit on the amount of beer May tth. will be "School Chila duly regdrenDay." I'rof. George Cokin, or other intoxicant that istered and licensed physician might state (uperintendent of choot, and a patient for medicinal hu associates will arrange for cere prescribe for by purposes. monle, addree and ketche son-in-la1 x -pay-pie- Chapter' 7th. office Thursday, April The Finance Committee reported on the splendid Interest the Fiscal Court and townspeople had shown in continuing the work of the Public WEST 0, Of Internal Health nurse. They felt the benefit derived from this work Justified a generous appropriation from the Fiscal Court, which they made. The tionrd of Kduration both of the county And the village will welcome an opportunity to contribute to this financial work on account of the savings to these board. The reported that the schools had remained open this yearwithout Jeopardizing the health of the pupil while In former years schools had closed with teacher' salaries being continued without satisfactory results in stamping out the disease. The committee on Junior Ked Cross activities reported work being done in nearly all consolidated school. Paint Lick and llryants-vill- e Juniors have imtallcd play ground equipment and are hard at work. Mis Wettover reported having visited nineteen sciiools in the two weeks she had been on duty. She had examined 4HK children H7 of these had badly enlarged tonsil, 03 IT, had been adwere physicians on acvised to consult count of poor vision. The Red Clot executives were e glad to know that the colored in Lancaster had observed the week as health tt eek with meetings day each day and a genera' clean-uon Saturday. Super-Intendan- ts pco-iplp L. H. S. WINS OVER PA1NTLICK. Score Nine To Four. The Loncatter High School played and won the second game of the season on the local diamond when they defeated the faint Lick lads by the score of 9 to 4. The first few innings were played with the visitors in the lead, Kuhl-mawho on the mound for the East Knders weakened and the local boy were able to swat the ball over the field and succeeded In making the icore ihown above. Cox for the High School pitched his usual good game af ball and was stronger in the last part of the game than he was at the beginning'. We are proud of all the players and they all played good ball and are practicing hard each nfternoon this week in order that they can Paint High, of Richmond, Lick Madison who play here (Friday) We hove a winning team, let's get behind the boys and help them win their third game. pupil. May 10th. will be "Women' Pay," the plan for which will be arranged by the women' club of the state. Prof. M. L. Caneer, who !ot sevMay 11th., "Moving Picture Day," will be in the hand of the theater eral years was the superintendent of manager to arrange for special per- (.ancaster Graded and High Schools and since, that time hat held a like formance. May 12th. will be "Old Kentucky position in the Stanford ichool. has resigned, to take etTect at the end of Home Day" w,ith special entertainment in every town and city arrang- the present session. The following ed with reference to the song, other from the Interior Journal says: 4 Prof. M. - Caneer, who has been Foster" melodic anJ addresses, callat the head of the Stanford High and ing for the best local talent. Friday, May 13th., I left open for Graded School several years, has tendered his resignation and will later suggestion. leave Stanford and the school at the "Fo-ter Saturday, May 14th., will be Day,' 'to eloie the week. This conclusion of the present term. There i no more excellent gentleman will be for street contributions. Marvin II. Lewis, General Kxccu-tiv- e anywhere than Prof, dancer ond Chairman at Louisville, ha the there is general regret that he Is to state organizationjn hand to help all leave Stanford. The recent death localities with suggestions, literature, of a brother make' it imperative that he return to his old home at mulc and supplies. Contributions may be sent to Old Cornersville, Tenn., and look after Kentucky Home Commission, Hoom the farm hi brother cared for during latter years. Who Prof. Cancer's , Hoard of Trnde Huilding, Louissuccessor will be is not yet known, ville. Ky. but it will be a hard task to find for the head of the Stanford Graded Money. ami High School a liner christian The Jury money for thoie who gentleman than the present Incum"March Juries is now served on the bent. ready, say Joo J, Walker, who has charge of the Jury fnnd. I- Professor Caneer To Leave Stanford. The condition of wheat and rye In all the princip.il farming sections of Kentucky is unusually good; there arc fi per cent fewer brood sow in the State than then1 were thi time last year; nnd although thy labor supply is only H per rent below normal the demand for farm tabor Is 13 per rent below normal, according to the April crop and livestock report for Kentucky issued recently by the Unitiyl States Ilureau of Crop In with State Commissioner of Agriculture W. C. llannu. The condition of wheat in Kentucky April lit., h given as 05 per cent of normal compared to 02 per cent April 1, MHO, and an aver- age condition of per rent April 1st. during the last 10 years. Rye condition in this Suite is 115 per cent this month compared to 74 per cent April 1st. last year ami an average condition of 87 per cent April lit., for the last ten years. The acreage of wheat sowed in Kentucky last lalPwat approximate ly the same as that sowed in 1111) (025,000 ocres) but rye was 42,000 acres compared to 44,000 acres sow ed In IKl'J. The mild weather of this winter and spring hat been very favorable for small grain in all part of the State except in some parts of the southeastern mountain coun ties. rami labor is iujht cent more plentiful than It was this time last yeui, but still only 02 per cent of normal supply, as many farmers can not afford to pay the" wages demand ed by luborers ,ond farmers report they have cut their demands for 17 per cent below last year's demands and 13 per cent below normal. This is due to the general slump in prices of farm products, particularly touacco. farmers say in their reports that unsatisfactory prices for farm products and the high prices persistently demanded for manufac tured goods are tending to reduce farm production. Kali-mate l J.J.WALKER Elected President Of Citizens Bank. At a meeting of the directors of the Citizens National Dank last Tues day, Mr. J. J. Walker W" unanlm ously elected president and chairman of the board of th1- - institution, to succeed U. F. Hudson, deceased. me election or .Mr Walker Is a popular one among the friends and patrons of the bank, as he is the only living member of the board that has been connected with the bank since its organization. The present cashier, Mr. 1 G. Davidson, was added to the directory, as the death of Mr. Hudson caused three vacancies to be filled. No better sclf tion could have been made, than the appointment of cashier Davidson. n, Sad Death Of Mrs. James Pollard One of the saddest deaths that has occurred recently in our midst, was the passing of Mrs. James Pollard at the home of her father, Mr. Alex Weldon, in Harrodtburg, on Friday, April 1st after an illness of only a few weeks. The death of this good christian mother and wire, leaves many hearts to mourn her sad past ing, chiefamong them being the df- voted husband and eight small chil dren, the youngest being only nine weeks old. The deceased was only 33 years of age and had lived in thi city since her marriage. Her friend were legion, all of whom extend sin cere sympathy to the bereaved hut band and dear motherless children. The remain were brought to for burial on Sunday, April 3rd., when a large concourse of friends and relatives assembled to pay their last feipect to a christian woman, devoted wife and affectionate mother. Jury Held For Moonshining. Sheriff Walker and L. K. Herron arrested William, Georye nnd Walter I.easure, brothers, near Dripping Springs latt Monday, charged 'with moonshining. They were brought to tancatter and placed under n $300 bond each. William was able to give n cath bond, but the other two could not come across, so are now in jail to await their examining trial before Judge Stapp Saturday morning. Kvldences of a still were found on the place. A worn), mash barrel and other utensils such as are uied in the manufacture of the "shine." worn out by The wurrent wai Ilotcoe Raider, who claimed he ac cidentally ran upon the trio and they took a shot at him, thinking probably he was a government detective. The arresting offlcifi claim they have sufficient evidence to convict all three parties. Government de tective ll rock, will appear here Saturday as an Important witness. Final rejection of the Versailles League of Nations by the American Government was proclaimed to the world recently by President Warren G. Harding in a solemn pronouncement of the foreign policies of his Administration. Speaking before the new Congress assembled to write a programme of political anil economic reconstruction, the President declared accept ance of the league would be nothing short of a betrayal of the mandate of the N'ovember election. Instead, he atked for n Congressional declara tlon of peace anil for ratification of the Versailles those portions of Treaty which protect specifically American rights and Interest In the war settlement. "In the existing League of Nil' tlons, world govering with Its super jKiwers, Jhis Republic will have no part," he said. "It ir only fair to say to the world in General an'l t our aMociates In the World War in particular that the leigue covenant can have no sanction by us." Some of the highlights In the Pre first message to Congress, sident were: In the existing Leufuc of Nation, world governing with it super-poers, this Republic will have no pari In rejecting thu league covenant and uttering that rejection to our own people and to the world we make no surrender of our hope and aim for an association to promote peace in which we would most heartily join To establish the state of technical peace without further delay I should approve a declaratory resolution by Congress to that effect, with the qualification essential to protect our rights. It would be unwise to un dertake to make a statement of fu ture policy with respect to European affairs in such n declaration of a state peace. league With the definitely rejected and with' the world so Informed and with the status of peace proclaimed at home, we jnay proceed to negotiate the covenanted relationships so essential to the rights everywhere of our own nation and play our full part in joining the peoples of the world In this pursuit of peace once more. We are ready to with other nations to approximate dis armament, but merest prudence for bids that we disarm alone. Freight carrying charges have mountrd higher and higher until commerce U halted and production discouraged. Railway rates and costs of operation mutt be reduced. ' It Is not necessary to say it to Congress, but I thought this to be a fitting occasion to give notice that the United States meas to establish and maintain n great merchant marine. The staggering, load of war debt must be cared for in orderly fund ing and gradual liquidation. We shall hasten the solution and aid in lifting the tax burdens if we strike resolutely at expend! ture. super-governin- g Harlan, Ky., will be called the second trial of the most mysterious murder case Kentucky ha ever known, that against Dr. H. C. Wlnnes, former assistant State veterinarian, who is charged with having killed Miss Lura Parsons, teacher of (he famous Pine Mountain Settlement School, which In nearly every ha benefactors State. There are so many unusual elements surrounding the catc that It rivals a mystery story In fiction. Wlnnes was tried a month ago. Eleven Juror declared him Innocent the twelfth man, one Motes Brewer, held out to the last that Wlnnes had killed the girl, and the Jury was disagreed. Wlnnes discharged a wai allowed to furnish bond of $1G,-00- 0. Chester Milton Sanford Coming "Life' Loose Ends" or "Failures of the Misfits'Vi II be the subject of the lecture to be delivered hero on the t Lyceum course Wednesday evening, April 20th., by Chester Milton Sanford, authority on vocational problems. Mr. Sanford' lecture attempt 'to help solve the problem of "W'hat Shall I Do In.. ho World?" Its purpose it to nelp eliminate misfits in Industry nnd thu profeswell-know- n Chautauqua, July 6th. The Kcdpath Chautauqua will open July flth., with a Ave day program that is ald to he better than any held here in previous years. J The local committee will begin in a few week to look after the advertis ing and the ale of season tickets. In Heavy Fire Loss Executor's Sale. The undersigned will sell the personal property of Miss Sallie Tillett, deceased,, at her late residence on Lexington street, on SATURDAY, APRIL J (lth at 2:30 I M. 11. Clay Kauffman, Executor. The home and practically all con tents of Mr. David Dudderar, burned last Monday about noon, having caught from sparks falling upon the shingle roof. None of the men of the home were there at the" --time, apd before the neighbors could arrive the house was beyond the aid of those who olfered atitance. The loss is fully 13,000 with no Tho house was locnted on the Gilberts Creek farm of Mr. . Dudderar. sions. It vitally concern every person, old or young, who has tho future of Ada Jones Coming To- Town. Ada Jones, one of tho greatest singer In the country will be In LanMr. T. U Wall, formerly of this caster In the near future, with her county, but now living In Portsmouth will be her pianist, violinist, magiOhio, I president and general man- cian and cartoonist, she will play ager of the Warner-Wa- ll Transfer LANCASTER under the auspices of Company of that city The capital tho American Lvglon of the Hcldal stock of the company has recently Sanford Pott. This Is an attraction been Increased from-fB,0to (IS,. that seldom comes to a place the sixe This company dots a lance of Lancaster and ever)' music lover 000. amount of transfer business and should take advantage of her coming. We congratulate the local Legion friends here of Mr. Wall will be glad to learn of hi continued success In boys for bringing such an attraction that thriving city. to our city. 00 HLFirm. Investigating Dr. J. W. Webber. A member of the State Hoard of Health was In Danville this wiek investigating the work done here by J. W. Webber, the foot specialist. The question f granting Dr. Webber state license Is up' for consideration. Dr. Webber U now located at Ladies Exchange. The ladles of the Christian church will have an exchange at the store of Haselden Brothers, Saturday, Apr. 10th., when every delicacy of the season will be offered at prices that will please. The proceeds of this Paris and practices In that town, sale go to furnish a room at the Cynthlana and Winchesters He left Christian Church Orphan Home at Davilnle about a year and a half ago. LouIsviHe, which the ladle of this Advocate. church have agreed to do. America at heart. Chester Milton Sanford has given h over three hundred lectures on Chautauquas. He has made over two hundred addresses "before chambers of commerce, rotary clubs, women' cIuIm and religious organisations, besides being in great demand for commencement addresses and lectures at teachers' Institutes. Ho Is an experienced and successful lecturer. Mr. Sanford approaches his subject fjrom every possible angle. Hit (a an Important topic, and he disway which will make cusses It in decidedly for individual and community advancement. Red-pat- friends started the subscriptions. The Woman' Club, of Jenkins, Ky., near where Winncs lived for years, issued n letter which was sent to other women's clubs aH over the country with an editorial from a Harlan newspaper, all attesting Wlnnes' Innocence. Tim It Important Circumttance On the other hand, there are many who declare Winnes Is the murderer. They point to the fact that it took him about two hours longer to make a glvcm distance the day of the murder than it has taktn others, the testimony of one man being given to that effect at the trail, he asserting that he rode the same mule that Wlnnes uted. So, when it is all summed up, that approximately two hours is the main circumstance against him. Wlnnes says he lost his way in crossing the mountain on tho road over "which Miss Parsons had preceded him a short time. To an absolutely Impartial correspondent, from the evidence adduced, there seems to be no evidence of Wlnnes' guilt. Feeling Is intense throughout the mountain country over the trail. While the trial wai on, preis associations and State newspapers had trained reporter on the scene. No trial of similar interest has been .staged in Kentucky since thc Geo-b4 murder hearings. Dr. Wlnnes' family Is sticking by him. They declare their faith in him and their confidence that he will finally be cleared. The State maitanlned a big, camp of convict worker on roads jiear the trail along which Miss Parsons went. Testimony brought oul for Winnes' defense showed that six negro convicts watched Miss Parsons start up the trail, and two others went up the road In the tame general direction the took. Anthony Uroughton, night guard at the convict camp, who later was discharged In connection, it Is alleged, with the reported straying of convicts from the camp, said he saw Miss Parsons pass on foot an hour before Winnes He said lix came by on his mule. negro convicts watched the girl out of sight up the road, and that n few minutes later J. Jones and Bob Wright, negro convicts, took the same path and did not return for an Uroughton said the two hpur. negroes said they had been in the air compressor, ubout 200 yards front where the teacher's body was found. Defense Claim Convict Are Guilty, The defense's contention I that convicts killed the teacher. K. H. Coleman, a guard at the State reformatory, had stated before the trial that Sam Ellcry, convict, told him he had overheard three convicts say that a convict killed Miss Parson. Kllery denied hu had told such a story to Coleman, and Coleman was not allowed to tell his . side of the alleged remarks. A. W. Vcllah told of his having lot hi way at the same place where Dr. Wines claimed he lost the math trail, and Vellah said he had been told the right road by convict. The prosecution brought out the statement that Wines seemed nervous when he reached the ichool. Feeling was Intente when the case went to the jury. For pver three dayi the body deliberated, and on next to the latt day two of the Jurors became so, overwrought that knives were drawn and a bloody clath was narrowly averted within the Jury room. el So Wines swears his Innocence. many people believed him guiltless that throughout the mountains a fund was raised for hit defense. Most of those contributing to this fund do not know Wlnnes, but his t i SieTis IM IUV4I&A. l 'T Willi Mel tl fm aiasMMMeM jwvi wn If wy1 The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Apr 14 1921. Mail Men, Armed, To 5,000 TEACHERS KENTUCKY GIRL WILL ASSEMBLE Get $5,000 For Each Bandit. IstrikeJ Cigarette tebaooo flavor. To aeal In the delicious Burley employe Washington. Postal hereafter will be nrmifd am! reward . t i n i. givvn lor apprencnsion 01 man . reo-ber- The Annual .Meeting Of Kentucky Educational Association Begins April 22. Five thousand Kentucky school teachers are expected to assemble in Louisville nn April It) for the annual meeting of the Kentucky Education- al Association, which will cover four days, closing on April 22, The gen eral sessions will be held In the First Christian church, Fourth nnd Breck inridge, streets, and department meetings will be held at the Seel- back nnd Henry' Wntterson Hotels, the Public Library and at the High TELLS OF ARMENIA CONTRAST SPLENDORS OF HAREM WITH MISERY OF STARVING CHRISTIANS. Driven To Seek Rtfuge In Graveyards And To Use RJts For Food Peo-pi- t Have Hope Only In Oen. eroilty of America. We pay the highest market price, at all times, for Sweet Clover Best Crop Surrounded by pictures of starting women and children and alto (Iiom. of rlclie and Ituur.v, MIsV Constance Sheltmati, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Phone us wc living Wade Slicltmnn, Umltville, In the midst of the of the trag. edr of ArinonU. Mis Shellnun Is well known tu Schools. She was formerly connected Anion? the sneakers will lie Mnrlton, N. J., Shells declared to lh Vlne Monnlnlii Settlement li. George Colvln. State Superintendent be 15,000,000 years old have been n Vmm, Itarinc the period fol, discovered in the marl pits of this of Public Instruction; P. P. Claxton, 10 re- K Unite! States Commissioner of Kdu- town by Prof. John H. Uuckman, a,u cation; Dr. Hobert J. Aley, Univer-V" COMPANY. j "" The fellow who speaks of the Federal geologist and engineer,, The discoveries, It is said, give Marl- 8;l of Maine; Dr. George Dayton 11. L. HAGAN, Mur. better day he hat leen generally """" TnlnmKIn llnlv.nII...T I ""I'" ttfnv.r ton the greatest range of such specif he 'mlus rle at. II lirtl by u. W forgets to mention the night. STANFORD ST., LANCASTER, KY. In the world, extending from Coates, . president of the Eastern mens enr Last Relief at Stnmhoul. ne.-t.. ... . ... . Speaking of high brow parties nnd the period when shellfish represented rvemucKy ainte .orma ; nr. , IMViitmitlniiple. In letters to her par-I- ' Mc ey, ors dent of the Un tor-- ; low neek gowns, n loenl ornrle nrises the only animate life, until the epoch lie tells the story of rnts nnd friend sity of Kentucky; Dr. William J. (lie Armenians, who are homeless to whisper that often there is no which probably directly preceded the ami Hutchins, president Keren College; (I ns and awaiting crumb neck at all. appearance of man. nhlch fall j Dr. M. 11. Adams, president George-tow- n fntm AnwrlcH't bands, ! Sutton, of the Crab Orchard road Sim also de College; Dr. It. II. Crosstleld. serlhes a tlslt to a Turkish harem, th were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. president of Transylvania College; inapnlflrvme of which formed a strik " uon. Itunell. Is spendng Miss Daysie President H. II. Cheery. Western ing contrast tu tho sulTerlnc nil about the week with Miss Fannie Kunills.1 Mr. Mrs. Wm. Kmerv an.l lit. Kentucky State Normal School; Dr. hrr, hr said. .Miss .Mollle Uarnes was a visitor, tie daughter, ltuth and Mlsa Allie Thomas H. Hriggs, Columbia Unigeneral condition Wrll'ns of the Mis Lou Anna Osborn. Yantls, motored to Lexlngtonf Monversity; Dr. Charles H. Judd, Uni- .Mil's Slirllmnn sa the alimnptierv) Thursday of versity of Chicago; K. C. Brooks, uf CVmnlantlnople l nni of cunstaiit Mr. Henry Tutlle left Sunday for day for the day. State Superintendent North Carolina turmoil, ilnfe and hatred. a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tut-- ' The many friends here of Mr. C. nnd Dr. V. A. Garfield, president of V. Foley, Jr., will regret to hear that The Turks try to nui oer the Ar tie, of Ilarboursvllle. Centre College. inonlaiK and the Annenlnns try tu Mrs. Carl Pendleton, of Pleasant he Is very ill In Itichmond at the Opening Meeting Tuesday run over the Turks," the said. "And Hill was the guest Saturday, of Mr. home of Mrs. Frank Foley. State Superintendent of Public all of them try to run oer the Jena, nn, Mrs Wm. Ijine. Bn,i Wri t n tvi... . , wn;, ai- .viii George Colvin, will open who In turn retaliate." ; Mr. ami Mrs. Alfred Poynter and Turner and daughter, Miss Lucy, CAR THE the meeting on Tuesday evening Cat Dogs and Cats. i children were recent visitors of Mr. were visitors Mondav nluhl of Mr. with an address on "Have Faith In She a) that the former terdaut and Mrs. Kdd Kurtz. and Mrs. Frank Foley of Itichmond. The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability Kentucky." P. p. Claxton will field of the Armenian are without .Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Yantls and two in construction, the famous heat treated speak on this program also, dicus- - vegtallon nr Mfr of any sort. Thenj Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parker nnd sons spent Sunday at Danville vis- j Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength sing "National and State daughter, MUs Thelma and two sons, nrv no houes for the refugee, no iting .Air nml Mm. J. II. Adams. and flexibility, the low cost of operation and For a Greater F.ducntional Glenn and Walter, of Somerset spent no llting animaU which might) maintenance, its case in operation, all have Mi Kliznbeth Yater has returned a portion of the System." be used as fo.il. All the eats, dog past week the guests made the Ford car the great favorite in every home after n visit with Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. W. The annual address of the presi-deand horses hate been killed and eaten.' T. Sutton. land in the world. It's the one car that always Robert Yater, of Ilarboursvllle. III be given Wednesday mornh writes She tells of one Instance satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question Mr. and .Mrs. Marcus White enter- Mrs. Milton ing after which the Ward. Mrs. C. K. a zroup of jiersom .when she Yc will be pleased to have that all can afford. of the organization will be celebrat- rarefully guanllns Urn rats, whlcii Henry ami children were Thursday I tainr,, l " delightful dinner Thurs-visitoj our order. Don't delay because the demand ,hc '""owing accepting their ed, with Prof. J. J. Glen, president were to tx klllr-- l and of Mrs. James - Yantls. a foM Vc havc almost everyis heavy all the time. henpltality; MU.es Anna Mae and of the organization in 188 and 1889, wiien hunter could not be satisfied Mrs. William Clark of the Lexing.i, thing in motor car accessories, sell the ronillu,. of Hyattsvllle, Mrs. giving the early history, and Prof. otherwise. i ton road .pent Wednesday with Me.-- , r. u. ,,,nry genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in ,, Mcllenry Rhoads. of the University UJ thM Iesrrlblng thn home of aoin. Ar dame, Milton Ward and mechanical repair work. C.IMlenry.jMlley llr.zley and little daughter. of Kentucky, telling of the last de- - menlans who hate ceajieil wanderln; Mr. John Sutton and Miss FannU Josephine and Mim Dorothy lleazley. I cade of the ihovemcnt. back and forth from place to place, she was Of course, It is a little early yet "1 followed the fid ea wmtla for not interested in any car except Ford to decide whether it is to be a season feternl miles and uir imtsods living 1921. 1921. of professional baseball or unpro- In ruins In dugouts, eten In grate ! yards, utlllzlne ton. Intones for part of fessional grafting. 1-IhHr liiixiterlshe hotels. Tho filth) 4 were unstieakable. and ur-- t hiilno-vTRIAL 2.02. nothing but slim! Kven the berh PACER. j refuse of This is n high clas young stallion, six years old. - and tin ran nnd were blaxkerery kind, Man- nnd the w.tten hand hlh. with tho dark bay, with line style, lots of finish, and brel In the most extreme speed tilth and ilrhrlM that washed out with i nes. one wave and bak with the ntt." A tlalt to ouo of the places of the Sired by "J. Malcombc Forbes" 2.08 (sire of 10 In the 2.10 list), Required by the Act of ConSultan of Turkey affords a ronlravt-- ( (n half brother to "Peter the Great" 2.07 U, sire of "Miss Harris M " gress or August 24, 1912. lug stene; 1.58 U.) He by "Ilingen" 2.0CU (sire of "Uhlan" 1.58). Dam Anni Fox " we went to the Serag?.01U (dam of C) by Nuthurst 2.12, 2nd. Dam "Annie 11." (dam of 7) by Of the Central Itccord, published lio, Yes'erday one of tho Sultan's places, go-- i Faulconcr's Almont. weekly at Lancaster, Ky., for April Ing through the different -- !oks (sum harvested from each ucre the straw 1921. Hobert Gatewood was a successful rare, horse and should become n mer hntises), the library, the harem, State of Kentucky, was plowed under. The next year great sire. Such etc. It whs all County of Garrard. this same piece of ground produced rich coloring, 1 have never seen He will make the season of 1921 nt my stable six miles from Lanllefore me, a Notary Public in and bofore. Wo wore ushered Into a grva: 40 bushels of corn per acre as comcaster on the Lexington Pike, at $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. pared with 120 bushels on similar soil for. the state and county aforesaid,; tenfvUn ,iere , pal arou,, Season due when colt Is foaled. A lien will be retained on all colts until personally appeared K. U Klkin. who, ,, . been that Postmaster General Hays recently nn order posting n standing reward of $5,000 for "any postal employe or other person who brings In a mall robber. The order further provided for nrmlng of essential men In the service ,nnd cave notice that "every man Is expected to uphold the honor of the service." tent out EGGS, POULTRY, HIDES. want your business. It's Toasted Shells, Among First On Earth, Found In U. S. ' Harrodsburg Ice 1 ' T """" ""e.. I Produce r"ro "' QJJY. n, ! effects UNIVERSAL u. . t I i to, uil 1 I I- ''' r, M. Hasclden Bros Garage. I ' ' STATEMENT s "Robert Gatewood" 2.05 I5i w--.is of the Ownership, agement, Circulation I For Improvement Of Soil. Sweet clover It the best crop there Is for improving worn soil and provided lime i present will grow on the poorest land, according to Prof. George Roberts, head of the Soils and Crop Department of the College When lime is proof Agriculture. vided the crop will grow luxuriously in gullies and will even do well on very wet land. On wet land near Bcrea n piece of ground was limed and treated with acid phosphate made an enormous crop of sweet clover and produced a good crop of corn the following year. After 275 pounds of seed had been had not treated. In western Shelby county 15 tons of alfalfa hay from nine cuttings in three years wero obtained on ground where n crop of sweet clover had been turned under. Experiments conducted by the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station show that sweet clover may be grown fairly well with as little as 500 pounds of ground limestone, or 250 pounds of burned lime per ncre although the growth is not ns large as with heavier applications nor the effects nt lasting. However it will pay to grow the crop with these small amounts where lime is difficult to obtain. Hake Your Old Carpet and c Kugs look Like New The Lancaster Carpet nntl Rujr Cleaning Works will call and jret your old Carpets and Ruks, clean them and return looking like new, at a very small cost. trial is all we ask. Phono Ull. Our truck goes to Stanford and Crab Orchard twice a week. A t LANCASTER CARPET & RUG CLEANING H. L. BAILEY, Prop. LANCASTER, KY. WORKS having been duly sworn according to law, uepojes ami says tnat he is the Publisher of the Central Record, nnd that the following Is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, n true statement of the ownership, management (and if a daily paper the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date, shown In the above enption, required by the Act of August 24th., 1912, embodied in Postal Laws and Regusection lations printed on the reverse of this form, to wit. 1. That tho names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers arc: Publisher, H .L. Klkin, Lancaiter, Kentucky. Kditor, J. E Lancaster, Kentucky. Mnnglng Kditor, R. L. Klkin. Un- enster, Kentucky. Iluslness ilanaircr. It: L. Klkin. Lancustcr, Kentucky. That tho owners are: (Give names and uddresses of Individual! owners, or, If a corporation, give it name and tho names nnd addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of thu total nmount of stock.) J. K. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgages', and other security hold- en owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount uf bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: (If thero are none, so state.) None. R. U Klkin. Sworn to and subscribed before nic this 31st. day of March, 1921, L. G. Davidson, Notary Public, Lancas ter, Kentucky. My commission ex- p.rct Jan. Sih., U'.'-t. ,rr. s,fr nj,,,,, Isli ,m fomlav MhMe lr season ,itfruttes and Turk- - Is paid. Not responsible for accidents. i i ruffif, ll' gold cups, each of wlikli was set with thirty largd Speaking of diamonds illumoniN. though ConMaiitlnople U at praten: tlm limit tilir In th unrlill to lite, Jewelry Is one of the things oaa ran get for a song. Much of It hat been brought lu by Itusslan refugees." Where the Money Gots. I suiierititeuillng MUs Shfllmidi the buying of materials for a "fabrlc-ii,- " an Industry which furnishes employment for .etern I hundred Armenian women and girls, .Near Uic "fAurlra are orphanage of the Near Hast oncnnlratlou, whero tttousand of children are eared for. I.'nough food Is git en to them to kevp l lie breath of 'I re. It Is here that tho money itil- nrter lectea in America im iloit Into- food and suppllen MU Sheltmnn mii she has no ier- sonal fear for her safety, for Auieil- ,, ,,, llro n,.nilf,Hi , ,hff i!arU). of (.'oiiMatitluople, and the Turk, tm-Mirved extM-iMltlie-lie- f - Ilryantsville Phone. ROBT. FOX Pro-duc- ts LANCASTER, KY. Get busy. Keep busy. Is your Is job unsafe? it permanent? You want n business selling nioro than 137 Watklns direct to farmer if you own auto or team or can get one; if you ure under 50 nnd can give bond with personal sureties. We back you with big selling helps. 52 years In business, 20,000,000 users of our products. Write for information where you can get territory. J. R. Watklns Co., Department lit, Winona, Minn. pd.) life-long t. Few men ever quite live up to their rcputaton-- or down. Germany continues to fill the a), lied eye, but not the allied pocket. The richest mun in this world is the one who !. most contented with his lot. Any one can afford to eat eggs but the hen find it just as. much work to produce them. Dear old congress, having resurrected Itself, will proceed to do a little something nnd a lot of nothing. now, i n (totver, does not disturb Americin or the Armenians In Industries and orpban.icis crutcd by AiihtI cans. However, In the outlying ills trlcts, the pconle nro unprotected and tho massacrv goen on. much tho fame as It haa for yean, she writes. Writing of tho work of tho Industries, Miss Sheltman tells with refret of the laying off of 100 trorkora, of lOMitlk-leii- l fuuds to prot.de work for them, "Kvery d.iy they return, begging nnd crying for work," slut calil. "It la dlslrealng, but 1 rehtlto that if we (till Just get our feet again It will mean so much to ihes people. My iwsltlon hero In) a ine oen to ua! ilcmaml for relief und at pre rut (the middle of February) I hate only left of my salary In run me tint rent of the month." All A mcr.ru Is endlngrVllcf in this elt-lie- cause of hi reject for America's Deposit Here & Save Your Money We Strive to Serve. CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $60,000.00 BANK, ti CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. trlrken inoide. MU lleili lllgglus, Stale director, ltiilsrltltf Trust itulld-Inc- . npaW fur liujuclal aoalstance lu the iiiotemvuL L Corner Public Square am Danville Street it mm liMfuriitastiiiii tinafiekt IttlltTilmiMMNM'PInk The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 14, 92 1 1 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 New. Spring Showing or Coats, Suits, Drsss, Sport Shirts, Sweaters, and Waists. secured by our buyer on his recent trip to New York. Many novelties in exclusive "one of a kind," so take first opportunity to see them. At most attractive prices Silk Dresses of Canton Crepe, Taffeta etc. at, $25.00, $35.00 and up to $75.00. $15.00, $17.50, $19.75, SWAN Tailored Suits, at Spring Coats, at Sport Skirts, at Wash Goods Specials $25.00, $35.00, $48.00 and $59.50 $15.00, $19.50, $25.00, $35.00, $48.00 $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $19.50, $25.00 Silk Specials 85c 50c $1.25 39c :$0 JIG FLOUR It is nlwnys of the 'bust quality. It is nlwnys n little less in price. The wise housewife never overlooks an opportunity to save n penny. SHE SAVES IT BY USING WHITE SWAN FLOUR. Silk Gloves and Hosiery :i .'12 in. Dotted Swiiutf In. Taffeta Silks in. ChifTon in. Crepe de $2.00 2 '2 1G clasp Silk Gloves clasp Silk Gloves Rt. Silk Gloves $1.00 $2.00 $2.50 $1.50 S6 in. 3G in. Printed Voiles KomCrush Linen Printed Klaxons Tnfltn.$2.50 Chenc..$2.25 $4.50 $1.25 10 10 in. in. Canton Crepe Silk Hose, all colors Silk Hose, all colors Lace Silk Hose Lace Lisle Hose Lancaster Flour Incorporated Gtwge. Wills Zinew, Sc'ljr. lo in. Col'd. :J'2 Ortrandies$1.00 :v in. HG ,'IG Pongee Silk $2.00 $4.50 $1.75 in. Scotch Ginhams.45c in. Check Taffeta in. Satins IN $2.50 $1.98 :j'2 SpmiMrt, Pres. Cfairlie in. Chucked GinKhams.35c COMPLETE READINESS MT. HEBRON Mr. W S Howling were Danville shopping Thursday afterin .Mr. nnt! noon. Mr. ami Mr. day. Wall paper from on canl par roll LICK up to 22 ctnli par roll. Mrs. Jns. Todd Is reported better Tho. S. I'lrrall Everything In a country store at this writing. now. Rogers preached at Mt. Willie Mr. Luther Jenkins and Miss Mr. and Mrs. It. I. (irow, I'rof. Jenkins of Ncwby, were- guests Tnlior Sunday night. Ilrown. Mrs Krneit Montgomery, Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins Major Davison and wife, have rennd Mrs. Kd Crow, It. I. ilnrker and Saturday night nnd Sunday. turned from Chicago. son, of this pWe, Misses (Sill and Mr. and Mr.". Ilise Duvl are visit-in- g Wirt Thin a Cat, Syler, of Lancaster, were in Lexinghis mother, at Lowell. Nothing, slnrn the patting of (he ton Saturday in interest of an instruhoopsMrt, Is harder to get permaMr. V. O. Anderson has been on ment for the ichol hen1, nently thrown away limn old phono the sick list the past few days. I'rof. Ilrown gave the pupils of his graph records. Mr. W. C. Wynn left Friday for Harlan to be gone several days. Ilurgin uerr later part of the week. Mr. A. S. Dran wai tho week-engueit of hrr son, Mr. Harvey Dran ami family at Little Hickman. Mr. and Mrs. Clia. Hughes are receiving congratulations over (he arrival of a baby on the 8th, Mrs. W. U Grow anil daughter, I.ucy, were guest of her mother, Mr. Hettlo Rogers .Saturday night. railed Mr. Hamlet Jennings v to Nlcholaivllle last Wednesday by the death of her father Mr. Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Dillanl llrumfield and Mrs. A. 8. Dean attended the burial of, Mr. Reynolds In Jessamine county last Thursday. . Mrs. Katherine Keith and children who have been with her wister, Mrs. Hoy Splvy for several weeks returned to their home in Kokomo, I ml., Friday. Mr. Isaac J.tnus, who returned home from the hospital at Lexington a few weeks ago, nfter being there some weeks for treatment for a pistol wound. Is able to be out some d Duncan, of with relatives here the Sam Friday room an April Fool party Kadi one brought a afternoon. package, they were distributed, then opened, which caused much laughter and enjoyment. After the party Mrs. Onstott served fruit for the I'rof. and his pupils, which was very much enjoyed and her thoughtful new and kindness was much appro elated. With Every New Spring Style in Footwear $10 and $12.50 Illustrated here are two models selected from a comprehensive showing of the new Pumps now on exhibit at these nopular prices. Gray Suede BUCKEYE Hev. Price will preach Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock. Mr. T. O. Hill has been visiting Mr, and Mrs, Walker Hradjhaw in Brown Suede Tan Calf Black Suede White Kid Black Satin Brown Kid Danville. Mrs. Heather Hay has returned home after a weeks vinit with Mrs. Wiley in Madison county. Fresh full and Lifht bread avarjr Friday. Tho. S. Pirrati Evarylhini in a country store. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Sanders and daughter, Hope and Mrs. Nora Teat- er spent Tuesday in Lexington. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Ilogie and fnm ity of I.anraster visited Mr. Jess Hill Strapped models seemingly predominate, this season We are also showing a ccynplete line of Graver's Oxfords and Slippers, in finest kid, with low sensible heels, at prices from $7.50 to $12.50. Also, a complete stock of Infants and Children's Footwear all at the NEW, LOW PRICES. WELSH PAINT & WISEMAN CO. DANVILLE, KY. and family Saturady night and Sun ployees spreed lunch at the bank Anderson and R. L. Hill was on tire. Monday and spent a delightful noon It was a total loss as the (lames were under such headway. Nothing could hour. , Mrs. Mary Highland and daughters be saved only some coal, partial car M!.vei Margaret and Kuth were the load, which was tinder the shed ad week-enguests of her mother, Mrs. joining the mill which was buried some, but with the aid of old Henry'' Mnrthn Kly. U. M llurgess and engine an dthij faithfulness of the Mr. and Mrs. family, Mr. John llurgess, Mis Kliza-bot- h people it was not a total loss. The Conn and Richard Davis were blacksmith shop near the mill also diner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. burned. Allen Thompson, who had a shoe shop in one end of the shop M. F. Ledford. lost shoes and watches In the fire. Mrs. It. (!. Woods and her brother, Mr. Ollle Iloian, who was Miller at White, spent the day Saturday John the mill lost some valuable toos. with Mr. John Goodloo, near White's The Patrick garage caught fire severMiss Kloisc I.edford spent Sunday Station. They brought back n nice al times alio Mrs. Kly's house, but night with Miss Catherine I.edford. string of fish. were put out. Lean Mcsdames It. II. Ledford, Mrs. Ada Kly has returned home weeks with Ledford. Millard Ledford, Martha 11 stay of several after Wynn, Ilennet Hoop and Mr. K. H. her' mother and sister. Ledford were In Richmond Monday Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Chestnut and evening. For Expectant Mothers children wore visitors in Ilroadhead Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Three Saturday ami Sunday. U. M. llurgess and family, Misses im Mir. rtii Little Misses Virginia and Mary Marie and lieulah Ledford nnd Miss my r aooaiif t aTniiH0O0 Aluau. e. Biuruu luuutoi CO, Din. visited ut I'ont I.envell Fannie Dowden nnd Messrs. Hnmmnck Olin Saturday nnd Sunday. Patrick and John llurgess composed POOR RIDGE. Mrs. J. N. Hron has returned to a fishing party at Silver Creek. Mrs. James Matthew spent Friday her home in l.ouitville after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ash Ledford are tho with Mrs. Win. Matthew. Mr. and Mrs II. L. Francis. proud parent of a baby girl, who arMr. Ilernard Itay spent Saturday Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd Seal and son, of rived Sunday night of the 10th. night with Mr. Orear Whittaker. (.anraster, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Nettle Jewell, who has been Mrs. Tlioi. I.ogsdon Sunday. Miss Itoberta Kay was the guest visiting her sitter, Mrs. Martha Kly, Mr. Win. Hunt and children of left for Junction City Monday to vis. of Mrs. James Sanders last week. Oklahoma, are here for n visit to hi it her nephew, Mr. lluford Kly and Miss Halllo 11. Duncan spent Tuessister, Mrs. Jas. Todd nnd family. day night with her cousin, Miss Hazel family. Preston. Miss Cora Kryant was called to Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wynn, Mrs her home in Lancaster on account of Martha Wynn, Mrs. U. M. llurgess, Matter Fred Hill spent Saturday tho serious illness of her father Fri Misses Mario Ledford and Chaslino night with Mr. and Mrs. Dillard d . Mr. ami Ms. Hobart Grow spent Saturday night with Mr." and Mrs. Lige Holton. Messrs. Jesse Hay and Squire T. - j Let us quote you prices on Faint We Have One for Every QUALITY Isei It Ieieiatims Whittaker spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. James Sander. Miss Ida Speake was the attractive guest of Misses Christine and Olivia I'reston Tuesday night. Miss Ida Speake has returned to finish her school at Scotch Fork, boarding with Mrs. Ike Duncan. Miss Helen Gill our truant officer, visited the Scotch Fork school Thursday and all were very glad to see her. Mr and Mrs. Kdd Moberlcy and baby and .Miss Ktta Hill, were Saturday night guests of Mr. Lewis Simpson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder are the proud parents of a little daughter, born April 7th. KipontiTThursybo-d- f Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ilurdcttu and Purpose and PRICE Guaranteed. j MoRoberts Drug Store THE If you ara In th BRAD-MAWR children spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mr. R. '.. Price and family at Point Leavcll. Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Moberley and baby, Mr. Lewis Simpson and Misses Agnes Simpson, Christine Preston, Ktta Hill and Olivia Preston, Messrs. Lewis and Jhonnle Simpson and Ralph Preston were entertained at the home of Mrs. Owen Eait and family Sunday. -Bt Sura You Art Hiflht " "lie sure you urn right, then t head." The foregoing was Witt maxim HERD. to be T market or lolni toon, for Abderdeen Angus Cattle of outstanding INDIVIDUALITY and of the RICH-ESBLOOD LINES, it will be to your interest to visit my herd or correspond with me at once. You can buy tho cream of lb fashionable families. Many of them have show yard records. One hundred sad fifty bead la Ike herd to select from. Cows and heifers heavy la calf to tho service of Black Cap Royalty and Ames Plantation llo. Young bulls of all ages for sale. Prices at reasonable figures. PHONE 218 A. D. BRAD SHAW, DANVILLE, KY. Kuckcr and Mr. John llurgess were Itev. Skaggt and family were call In Lancaster Friday afternoon to ed to Green County last week on acthe Ilase Ual) game and Farmcount of the serious Illness of his ers meeting. . father. ! 1. I il... l..,. nwub uiiu v nui ill mv uiuiiimi, Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Smith gave a Thursday of last week, the people dining to the following Monday: Mr. of Paint Lick were awakened by and Mrs. It. J. Walker and Mrs. some one crying fire. The old mill, It. G. Wood. known as the Uurman and Kucker Mr. J. N. Denny andthe bank em Mill and owned by Messrs. W. 0. ut-teV . day. Simpson. Miss Christine I'reston was a visitor Thursday night and Friday of Mrs. Ike Duncan. Mr. Kusselt Holton and daughter, Mary Lee, spent Saturday with Mrs. of David Crockett, a scout of pioneer days In America, nUo a toddler aod politician, unlearned but shrewd and skillful: lie was born lu Limestone, Trim., In 17HJ. Ills training that of the wild frontier, t)plcal of the early Nineteenth century. At the Lige Holton. Alamo In ISM he was one of. the six Mrs. It. II. Preston and three chil- survlrors of the siege Mho, upon their dren spent Thursday with Mrs. Wm. surrender to Geueral Santa Anus, were massacred bjr the Mexicans. Whittaker. The Central Record. Laricastei , Ky., Thursday Apr 14, 92 1 1 Uncle XX SURE CURES JlNdl.KSON says he ran cure iinjr disease lijr drinking hot water," announced the bald boarder "Hi- - has liml every disease Hint la iitllrlalljr recognised tiy the Itiiynl (Jollege of Physician and Hurgeou ami has banished theui all tijr that simple mean. In"Anything come n curative agent If II lllilti Im- - yj Our Buyer Has Just, Returned From a Ten Day Buying: Trip to the New York Market, Made Specially For Women's Ready-to-We- ar While there lie secured about twenty-fiv- e very high-cla- ss SILK DRESSES matie One-Thir- d ,v ' llcres In It hurl CllOUgtl," Mll the j atar boarder, "Jasper Jihick say he wa lor of Canton Crepes, Crepe rie Chenes and Tafletas at a.diseourit of the regular prices. Only one of a kind. Also a line of Dresses mntic of. Cheney Bros, all silk Fotilanls at choice for oil : mented with rheu tnntliin for ten years, and tried e ver y t h I n g of which we read In the almanac, anil nothing did him nnjr (tool until lit- - got a hore chestnut and carried It around In III Then the rheumatism disappeared, and hasn't pliijed n re turn engagement since. I have talked with Jasper often, trying to point out the folly of hit claim, hut he refine to yield n n Inch. '1 ued to hare ull kind of rheumatic hefore t got that horse chestnut.' he say, 'and now I haven't a single one. Who would ak hetter proof than thatJ "And if ho answer who. my dear Mr. Jigger. It may lie that a hop chestnut In the hip ocket N a It ln'l safe to rheumatism. any theory aa a false alarm. "Ira flrlfway tied to he always groaning about hl disease, until It herame unpleasant to meet him. lie couldn't talk about nnythlng else, lie Ignored the crop nnd regarded the weather with contempt, nnd devoted all hi treat energy and talenta to a dlaeusalon of the thing that were hurting him. Then all of n sudden he began boasting of how hale and hearty he waa. He explained that the road to health win ahunjly easy, and there wa no exrue (or sickness anywhere. All a man had to do, he mild, waa to get up early In the morning, hefore aunrlae, and draw in a hundred long hrealh of the crisp morning nlr. "He made the dlstorery himself, and It wa more ItniNirtatit than any modern Invention. Ilia alncerlty la hnvn by the fact that there waa no polble graft connected with It. A man can't aell the morning atmosphere at o much tier hreath. Ira' great dlacov ery waa free to everybody. If I were going to Invent a cure for anything I'd romwund something that could he put up In bottle and sold at a dollar a throw. The man who Invent a freah air cure la running lienevolenre Into the ground. "HI cure waa so cheap that I to try It. a I waa suffering from a hroken heart and a sluggish liver at that period. I et my alarm clock for an hour aunrlae. and got p In the pale, bleak dawn, and put my head nut of the window to Inhale the prescribed hundred hrealha. I had reached the twenty-seventbreath when aw dixalpated bee or woap, on Ita way hony from a night of stung me on he anil I wa In auch haste to put u porou plot ter on that organ that I didn't flntah the treatment, and never tried It again. "Hut I knew many people who claimed they were cured of everything from the mump, hoof ami mouth by the hundred-breattreat ment. "Then" waa a spring on my father" farm, and I i!omm It with sulphuric arid anil n few other wholeoun and then began celling the water to the nllllried for ten cenla a Jug. Nome marvelou cure werv efMen hohbleil then-- 'on fected. rnitrbea toliuy the healing lluld, and when they left they threw their rmlchea an ay. "For a brief session I had morn amall change than any hoy In the county, hut my father returned home from n vlalt. and when he found out what I had Imvii doing, he Inter- viewed me with a hickory pole, and for n year or two I wa bin paying back the money I had collected from The people who had been healed Buffered a relapse u noon ua they heard the water waa faked; which goe to ahow. Mm. Jigger, that we are entitled to a hetter quality of butter on thl table." e rev-elr- y, $15. About fortv Taffeta Drosses which were $25.00 to ,$110.00 in cno ice ur . . $1 7.95 and Stripes at New line Pleated Snort Skirts, made of fine all wool $10. About one dozen very fine Spring Wraps and Coats made of Andrea Cloth, Orlando, Vajdyne, Marvella Pelletin Etc., all at One of a kind. One-Thir- .d off regular prices. 4 NEW Q.OODS EVERY DAY NOW A: B. COY Pollard. Mrs. Lewis ROBERTSON DANVILLE, KY. Do tha Himalayas Creep? Geodetic studies In the Himalayas and the Tibetan mountain" seem to show an apparent creeping of theae mountain range. sldewla tnwanl the Surveys may eventually south. the real facta. & BRO. nn. e, Thompson went to .Mr. llronson Locker ipent Satur Georgetown Friday and will be dr day with hia son, Mr. Coleman I.ock- - tained there on business for a few r ami family. days, after which she will go to Itay Is spending n Louisville to visit relatives befoe .Mim Kobvrta few day with her sister, Mrs. Jim .Sunders and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. Helm, of LebanMisses I.iUie and llerthia HaUicld on came Sunday to join her sister, were the visitors of Misses Snllio and Mr. Russell and daughter, little Miss Nannie Sparks the week-enLorine, of Dallas, Tex. for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Jas. Mrs. Amnnda Clouse nnd daughter with Mrs. Turner. Maudiv, spent Monday Coleman I.ocker and daughter. Might At Well Tall Him. Miss I'earl Matthews spent from Nine time nut tf ten when a man Satuielay until Monday with her asVa for advice, what he really wants couf.n, Mis. Mnttie Jleulah Cobb. you tell him he la doing Mrs. Jim Matthews and baby spent la to have txactty tlrn right thing. day Monday with Mr. I'ntsy the Simpson, who is ill of pneumonia. Wanttd Information. Mrs.. I.ynn Cobb and daughter, Utile David, fonr, had been nn-- S Miss Mattie Ileulah wire the guests usually naughty and Ida mother Saturday of Mrs. Silas Matthews nnd threatened to put him to bed and "spank Ulia In the bargain," After a family. thought fatld exclaimed, moment' - and "Mother, where' Hie bargalnr Mr. and Mrs. Green Harrischildren spent from Saturday until Signer or SlngcrT Sunday with 1ier parents, Mr., and Matrimonial ad "Wanted: A d Mrs. O. J. Harden. ; tniiHt be a good algner." One's Mr. and Mrs. Iluford Crow nnd flrM thought la that the lady wants :iaby were the pleasant KUeats from some one to pay her bills, but In nil - probability Saturday until Sunday of her arthe llnntjper litis made nts, Mr. and Mrs. Jim CIousv. her apiear mercenary when she It ami merely musical. !loton Transcript. Mr. and Mr. James Hick e children, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford and son, Louis II. were guests NOVEL SUITS FOR SPRING of their sister, Mrs. Howard I.ogan from Saturday until Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Hill Matthews nndj i .jssssssssssHaspaau daughter, Mis Arlelgh nnd Mis' I'earl Matthews, spent Sundny with Mrs. Lynn Cobb and daughter. Mat-ti- e nculuh. bus-banOur-dett- Kenetaw Mountain It In Georgia. Convkt't Unhappy Knowledge. wtirnw mountain la In Cbh counThe philosophers worry about the relatione between apace and time, bul ty, (laH 23 miles northwest of Atlanta. the convict doen't. He knowa that It was the scene of flghllns between be I doing a large amount of time It the federals under Sherman and the Confederate under Johnston In June. a limited amount of space. i LIVE STOCK:-13- it OF AT TEN O'CLOCK, as Sale LIVE STOCK, FEED, AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. Having sold my farm on .Buckeye pike, known as the Hudson and Kavanaugh farm, three miles from Lancaster, I will on MARKSBURY Miss Stella Doty will leave Saturday to visit the Misses Hogie, of Kichotasville. Mr. Jones nnd children of Harrodiu burg. visited his daughter, Mrs. Troy Hogg Sunday. ntaBk a asaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Saturday. April 23rd, on the premises, sell the following1: suf-ferer-a. The ladle of the church forming a donation party, met at the parson- Way of Escape. That' a funny thing man. about a What' that? Ilenaonhurat "Why, when he meeta u mad dog In narrow alley he'a more tfcun ever." Klhtbush bow-legge- d Jutt Llka the Old Homt. Mr. Scraplelgh Can you give my daughter a home audi a ahe has been ucruitocneU toT ultor Well. I've Rot a bull ter-riTh and a fighting rat and a. parrot mid If ttiat won't do It I know whore I ran set a chimpanzee. er Tha Dar QlrU. the way that man Dora Did you milled at met IK.rla Yea. dear. Ut me hare a lo.ik at your face. Tertian yoaWe rt wuut oa your aotl age last Thursday. Mr, and .Mr. K. B. Sutton entertained at dinner Sunday In honor of Itev. Lcvis Thompson. Chettnut of Mr. and Mr. Tom Jessamine county spent the weekend with Mr. Ilobt. Fox. Mi Alice Sutton is teaching nj preparatory school to the fall term. disMany at Mason, lusting about two months. tinguish of the atyle features that this season's sulta are attracTroy Hogg went to tively combined In the trim model, Mr. and Mrs. Lexington last week to see his !is. with ltsfetralghtdlne silhouette, that y Invite study here, lleslmilng with ter, Mrs Stallard Hill, who is lllA this uprightness of Hue It adds tun Worklgn Society will daring sleeve, the odd niauaiement of The pockets, simplicity and cleverness In meet with Mrs. Mote I'ollarU next Its decoration to appeal to the woman Pollard will conduct who likes smart sulta that, follow new Thursday. Mr. the devotional exercise. styles In a conservative way, Tbo Misses Dora Scott, of Uncaiter, very simplest of embroidery Is used y I unusually effective-(tedallV.mVy II Uourne, l.lllie Mae Arnold, oa It but It where It define the arta'a Ijincaster and Alice Sutton of West guests of Mrs. Mote eyt. were week-enseri-ould head of young ewes, with lambs, one pair of work mules, one good saddle mare, 30 head of yearling cattle, 2 heifers, due to calf now; 2 sows and pigs, 3 sows to farrow soon. 0 wagons, 2 hay frames, one mowing machine, good as new; one dump hay rake and one bull rake, lot of plows, cutting harrows, harness and other things too num" erous to mention. FEED:-L- ot of balecHiay, about 100 barrels of corn. Terms made known on day ot sale". FARMING IMPLEMENTS:-!- 1 wo -se A. T. Scott, Auct. J. T. Hicks LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday Apr 14, 1921 Got Skin Disease? Purify Your Blood A great part of the maddening nnd mortlfylnir skin trouble that plaguo humanity are ilue solely to disorders of the Mood. Relief from theso ran lie hail only liy removing from your blood stream tho Impurities that cauio tho Itching. For thla you muU tnko an Internal lilooil remedy. Outside application have no rITrct on the cause t the torture. Their relief i shortlived. You tnuit right after thn Mood Itself. the famous, old herb remedy, ha helped enrich tho blood of thousands, and relieve their Itch ing akin torture, during tho last fifty year. Oct S.SS. from your druggist today, and after starting with It write us a history of your rase, addressing Chief Medical Advisor, Ml Swift Atlanta, Ret S.S..S., Ub-orator- because they fly Into the Northern state and Into Canada during the RAISING WINNER summer months, showed these re ults! GREAT HONOR Klght chipping sparrow banded In 1910 were all ret.ien In 1917. Three chipping sparrows were retaken In 1917 that had been banded Heredity Plays Important Part in 1915. Several myrtle warblers In Helping Owner to Secure parrow banded and Blue Ribbon. in 110 were retaken the following year. IS white-throate- d Birds Return To A Home Course In Domestic Science. Their First Nests. "Twenty Lessons In Domestic Science," 'by Marlon Colo Fisher ha recently been received by us for review. This Is a complete advanced course in domestic science and home economics boiled down to mret the requirement of the housewife anil the student. The entire Aiurso consist of twenty practical !roiu one hundred, page Ailed with the most valuable information the housewife can posheretofore taught only in dose mestic schools. Do you know the relative value of food, which fruit to use for cooking, what purpose suliuls serve, the correct use of condiments, about proper Mtchen equipments, about U. S. bulletins, how to reduce the cost of living, how to promote and protect your own and your families health, hoW to make housekeeping simpler and mere economical and pleasant by utilizing modern science in the home. This Ixtok, we note, is priced at tH.OO per ropy and from what we understand it contain a complete $100 college course, condensed, and it is practically KUKK to every Interested housewife. Write the Home Kconemic Department of the Calumet Making Powder Co., IIOO-'JH Fillmore Street, Chicago, Illinois, for full particulars regarding the book and how to secure it. Urbann, III., Though many bird from this section migrate as far south ns Central and South America, it has been foupd by actunl test that many of them return to the same localities and sometimes even to the same nest. Itesults of Inquiry In the Middle West and South covering a number of years, are reported by Frnnk Smith, professor of zoology at the University of Illinois, In the annual Illinois Arbor Day and Hird Hook. Fact were obtained by trapping birds, placing small leg bands on them, and letting them go. Here are seme of the things Professor Smith records: A cut bird bonded near Cleveland, Ohio, In 11M4, was retaken in the same locality the following year Two catbirds bunded in It) 10 with retaken in 1917 and one of them was again taken in 1911. Catbirds winter ni far south as Panama. Achimney swift handed in 19 H I .Ll......' wh ri'iiiKrii in mr panic viiiimiij the following year. Chimney swifts winter wholly south of the United States. A tiny house wren banded in 191.1 ws retaken in 191ti and found to be using the same nest box that it bad occupieil the preceding year, in brood of that rearing its second summer. Ilousewrcn winter In tho south Atlantic and Gulf states. with Test at Thomasville, (5a birds classed as "winter resident" -- spend $in,000,000(000 on FIRST OBSERVE CALF'S 0AM ond cigarettes. When the good ladtw sust the weed there will be a tidy sum to spend on face Ooed Oreedtr Should D Fsmlllar With Individuals and Blood Lints powders and hair dyes. Instrumental In Building Up An exchange says that nine people Favored Brcsd. are killed every hour in American accidents, tlollcd down to fractions, (iTspsrnl bjr tht United HUt.s Depsrt-m.of Acrlculture.) that means that every Ave minutes It Is n nclenrv nml nu art to produce some poor hick is dead. a fauiniM breeding ntilmnl or a tinted winner In the slimv ring. Krery year thousands of stock breeilept contestfor a this honor, and n the lltl rlMtoti 4 lnrvd the owner of the animal Is with a to Just hnw the winner was originally elected nml reared, King nml queen nf the world Sometime nre selected when they Mrv rnlreit only n few months old so they ran Ih tniisht to eat grain fll-1s- t liefore they are weaned sny of the fulled Slate Department of Agriculture. The llrst step Is to unnerve the calf mother, noting whether ho Is ii wide. iIii'IhImhIIimI row with plenty of lre. mid Is cWng a IIImthI mpply of milk. If tin- - mother qtinlj-lle- s In tlies. mid wns bred to a kihmI hull. It tuny lie resHinalily eipected (lint the nilf will grow Into n useful breeding mitmnl mid run ! ileveloxil Into n tyH 'tillable for slum We clitars Lssr ..i,t,if.i SMMiTrij Ilaker. Young Sargraves started out with one tow three year ago and nt the present time has $100 in the bank and two animals which he will market in the fall. In addition he has the original sow which he say he Is going to keep a long as she can eat. C. II. Stidmnn of Leo county is conducting n lime demonstration on .10 acres of his farm which I plant-I'- d in rye nt the present time. Mr. Stidman will turn the rye. under and plant corn on the plot fertilizing it with acid phosphate and manure. The demonstration Is attracting the attention of many farmers In the community. The Mason county Hhodc Island Red club which was recently formed with six charter members will give away 1C0 setting of Rhode Island Red hatching eggs to reliable persons The eggs will be in the county. paid for by one pullet which will be returned for each setting of eggs next fall. C. nt Kentucky Farm Notes From Here And There. Twelve Campbell county farmer have arranged to conduct fertilizer demonstration on alfalfa, red clover and soybean during the coming sumwith mer In County Agent, II. F. Link. .McCreary county boy and girl will set more than 0,000 Barred Plymouth Hock egg as a part 'of the g poultry standardization campaign conducted by the College of Agriculture, according to estimate made by County Agent It. O. Hate. Approximately CO Fulton county farmers will keep records on their farm business this year ns n result of the farm management school held In that county by 0. I.. Cunningham, who with C. U. Jett of the College of Agriculture. J Arthona Sargrave is the record' club boy of Iiwrcnce county, accord- - j ing to reports from County Agent O.j be-'n- three-fourth- s .o beef-rattl- e 8 reTl purp"e. ..! MR. MITCHELL TAYLOR OF DANVILLE, KY. Invite you to attend THE PUBLIC AUCTION SALE of hi Studying Calf Pedigree. The ralfn purem. irrnndpiireiiK etc, should have been useful and profitable to their owners. Thee fnrt may be learned from n study of e jmllgree. To know a good require study, and In this connection It Is ndtl'Hhle to rend a history of your rhoen hreed. It Is essential that the gix.l breeder Imtoiiii familiar with IndMitual mid bli.xl lines which have hewi Instrumental In building up the breed. In otery breed ihere certain blood linen that are known to "nick well with one another. Ascertain what "nick" or enwses hate produced the bejrt results, and look for these comd bination In u peiugree. Do not lie by family names, which In some rases are derlted from a female that apeani as far buck as the twelfth or Cuttle breeder fifteenth generation. are fast losing sight of family connection on the female side and are giving more attention to the bulls that appear In the first, second, and third (In-rujx'tll-givml-le- P Do You Bank By Mail There are many of our customers whom we rarely ever see. Some of them we never have seen. These customers make frequent deposits, but send them by mail. 4 They may live many, many ser- - miles from Lancaster, but Uncle Sam's postal vice makes it convenient for them to bank with u. de- FINE SUBURBAN HOME AND FARM HERD OF SHORTHORN CATTLE, OTHER LIVE STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS on good form, which I sometimes spoken of a type or conformation. To become familiar with type of the breed, study picture of famous animals. Make uw of a score rant In selecting generation. The calf which Is nelected must have We promptly acknowledge receipt of all posits received by mail. If it is not convenient for you to call on us regularly, why not try banking-by-mail- ? You will TUESDAY, APRIL 19th., AT 10 O'CLOCK. 233 ACRES of as tine land as lloyle County boasts. A most desirable HOME and FARM. complete In every detail. No expense has been spared LAND and all IMPROVEMENTS In keeping the Farm in a high state of cultivation, nor in equlping the improvements with be pleased with our service. Th mLa all modern conveniences. LOCATION) Just South of tho City limit of Danville with a mile of east frontage on the lluitonville pike, the entire frontage in grass and sloping gently from pike, with beautiful building site. Abundance of water for this frontage is ftom the Danville Water Works, with fire hydrant atfront entrance of yard, hydrants In yard and garden and water in tho residence. THE RESIDENCE On n high, beautiful elevation, overlooking the City of Danville. A two story Colonial brick of 12 rooms, !2 large halls, large basement, hardwood floors, 'J bath room and shower bath, the best automatic hot water heating system, electric lights and all fixtures and equlpmtnt handsomo and in keeping with a line Coljnial Home. Beautiful lawn with 100 shade trees, large circular macadam drive with concrete curbing, foot concrete walk to pike with front fence of concrete Mocks. One splendid S room frame dwelling nnd four other tenant houses, OTHER BUILDINGS brick olfire In yard, two large tobacco barns, combined tobacco and bank stock barn with basement for feeding ISO cattle and other necessary out buildings. In addition to the City water the farm is well watered by springs, concrete trough and ponds. The land well fenced, level and gently rolling, very fertile limestone soil, -- 00 acre in bluv grass, meadows and clover, with fit) acies sod Just plowed. DANVILLE, with its Itailroad facilities, Its business institutions, it location In the blue grass, it citizenih'p, its churches, Its national reputation for education, with Center College, Kentucky College for Women, the State Institution for the Deaf, and other private and public schools, needs no advertisement. THE 253 ACRES WILL UE SUBDIVIDED. NOW WE WANT TO IMPRESS THIS PROPOSITION WE WILL SELL THE RESI. OF 8 to 10 ACRE TRACTS, ALSO DEN.CE WITH ABOUT 10 ACRES AND A NUMBER SOME 25 to 40 ACRE TRACTS, SOME TRACTS WITH IMPROVEMENTS, SOME WITH. OUT. ALL FRONTING ON THE PIKE. BUT THE SALE WILL BE SO CONDUCTED THAT ANY PURCHASER CAN BUY THE RESIDENCE WITH JUST AS MANY ACRES AS HE WANTS. YOU CAN BUY THE "HOME" WITH 100 ACRES OR MORE OR LESS. OR JUST THE NUMBER OF ACRES OF IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED LAND YOU WANT. WE SELL TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. THE SALE will be on easy terms and for immediate possession, but if the purchaser does not want possession at once, we can arrange to suit his convenience. Seldom I the opportunity presented to buy property of thl kind. Hegardtets of condU tlons, this real estate Is a good "BUY" and will always be valuable and Increase in value. THE PERSONAL PROPERTY A fine herd of 20 registered shorthorn cow and heifers, soinn with calve at foot and a 2 year old registered shorthorn bull, a pair of C year old Iron gray mare mules, a 7 year old iron gray mare mule. Case tractor with plows, 8 cultivators, cultlpacker, wheat binder, wheat drill, hemp drill, lime drill, hemp reaper, riding plows, walking plows, mowing machines, iteel rollers, disc harrows, smoothing harrows, manure spreader, tobacco setter, 40,000 tobacco sticks and 5,000 feet of lumber, a lot of other farm tools, wagon gear, etc. Attend this Sale. It will be conducted Just as my hundreds of Auction Sales In the past, in a business way with no " and a fair deal to every' one. I have employed Kentucky' moit noted Auctioneer. For further particular see Mr. Taylor, or call W. K. Moss or It. H. Dever at my Danville olfice. Phone office 214, or Moss 408, or Dever 845, Danville exchange. Sale will be conductedxnnd managed by "liy-Ilidt- The Garrard Bank & Trust Co w KnvpsXTfzHillliHMiillltB ijmH a B 5 LANCASTER, KY. Stttct May Calf, If Possible, When It Seen With It Mothsr. Disking Before ' Plowing Puts Soil In Best Shape. of tho poor result from late planting may be attributed to poor preparation of the seed bed, according to a statement made by Prof. George Roberts head of the Soil and Crop. Department of the College of Agriculture in which he recommends that farmer disk ahead of the plow in breaking ground from about the llrst of April on through the summer. This keeps the ground from losing moisture, thus keeping it In good plowing condition longer, making it plow more easily nnd reducing the rloddines of the under side of the furrow dice. It i well to follow each day's plowing with the disk, lection harrow or drag whichever i best suited to the condition of soil In order to pulverize clod before they dry' out and become hard. Land plowed late In the spring or in the summer after it has had an opportunity to dry out It dilTicutt to put in good shape for planting. LANCASTER, SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN ICY, LUNCH SERVED. nnd Judging stock. Leam the different faparts of the animal and miliar with the methods of examination ued by experienced Judges. In selecting n calf, tint get an Idea of Its general npiearanco by looking It over carefully at a distance of 10 or 15 feet. When tlewed from the front It should bate a short face, large muzzle, wide forehead, short neck, and a wide, deep chest. Indicating n strong, vigorous constitution. When looked at from the side. It back should be (tnilKht and level from the top of the shoulder to the tall. It shouM have a deep body and xmooth, long hind quarter. When viewed from the rear. It should presvnt a wide deep nptear n nee. While it much width a I desired. It should lint he accompanied with roughness about the shoulder and the hip or hocks. The leg should be rather short, stout, and set wide apart. Indication of Quality. Quality may be determined by the eye of the experiences! Judge, but the hand may nlno be used In determining the "condition" or "quality" which lm reference to the rlesh or fat. The beef calf should have deep natural flesh hut should not be excessively fat or coarse. Tho Heidi should be smooth and firm, but not hard along tho hark, sides, and over the shouldurs. Alt the following Indicate quality! A thick coat of hair that feel oft and silky and looks gloy; a hxwe. pliable skin that doe not seem thick, rough, or tightly stretched over tho body, ami rather short leg that to have strong, clean hour without roughness or coarsene. Color I of llttlf Importance so lon a the calf selected has the approved color of tint breed desired. ap-le- ar " Many WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach-Kidneya-Heart'Li- Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world'- - standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles- - COLD MEDAL ( Tht National RmJtj of csmutiss and tndorstd by Qunn With At a'l druggists, thtw siiss. Ik. CM MJ.t .it at rr bo mi acc.pI M louLtfoa nd lk fr Tho fellow who put the Jazz into music Is In a class by himself. He created nothing out of something. W. 0. RIGNEY W. D. DICKERS0N W. O. RIGNEV Ortlce Phone 18. & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, ... Residence Phone 3.). Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Apr 14, 192 Rv 'to I Suit For Damages i A Lancaster sqrvant girl is suing her employer for damages. She was taking a bath close to the kitchen range and stepping out of the wash tub, slipped on a cake of soap on the floor and sat down on the stove, when she arose she was branded "Majestic." Half of the men in town are trying to get on the jury. A SPECIAL PRICE ON MAJESTIC scrioua is the matter ofj nropntrntton in the Ottomnn. fij j empire. We mlRht spnre the Turk n few of our late distinguished "conscientious objectors." The .Turk miKht welcome them. Some one may ask why have the Ui We ccrtninly. wouldn't miss school note. Dors It not make Lancaster School Notes 11. WMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIES'fl 73 EAT tJ UJ GOOD THE SAME WE MEAT KIND EAT And boaitie?, n buttery of school nml the parents have the ingiven them concerning the femininex eye. is not so din!- formation school work. They become Interest- fcult to fiicc as one of the biKC( jn kBowlnr Ju,t what klm, of I tliem. pupils irntr mure i 1 imrrrst in -. . . I. .. I wivu 3 H Z THAT EAT o h Kim variety. As The Editor Sees It. Have you noticed the trend of movement in this country? It is worth a thotiKht or two. Hooze is down and out, tho fiKhtiiiK for a chance to stand aKain. Tobacco is a tarKct for the crusaders, who are determined that it shall follow booze. Motor cars are llattenitiK out the churches to such an extent that it is dilTicult to obtain an old time Sunday congregation. - school their children are attending and thui there it n eloper communication between the town people nnd the students. Then every on? want to make old L. II. S. the very bett Cl school in the State. Fourth Number of Lyceum Course. Mr. Chester Snnford will deliver n lecture here Wednesday, April 20th. The subject cf which will be "Life's Uose Kndi" or "Failure of the Misfit." Mr. Snnford li n well c) known lecturer and wc art sure you Ul would enjoy hearing him. 3 to u X BUY WHERE YOU GETjWHAT YOU WANT RANGES. I O Ci sometimes worse than the disAgent. Perfect Attendance, A Tt.nnU club wns orjtanle,i on Rates For Political Announcements. ease they might bo induced to Monday nfurneon. About 30 Carries Secret Of The So few pupils ordinarily have the Some men would get along faster r'or Precinct and City Offices.. 15.00 see a brighter light and make either being prevented nts attended. .Miss Eugenia Dun-b10.00 the best of a bad bargain. For County Office South's Seal To Grave if they travlrd more slowly sickness or otherwise, to have a h was elected president and Samuel For State and District Offices.. 16.00 secretary and treasurer, "Civilized" morality is is a Hlliott, The whereabouts if ...... .10 tering in the balance, with tot- perfect record in attendance, ofitthose There is to be another court besides theWashington. -- of the Confederacy,! for Calls, per line the pleasure to record the names official seal .10 . For Cards, per line old one. The students are very i . . i t t .i scales tilting in the wrong way. who have such 1D0 per cent record the For all publications in the inter17 among the schools of the county, enthusiastic over trnnis this year an unsuiteti m)HT lor inure mmi j L. II. S. T.U.. Another Lancaster High defeated I'alnt ' Lick by the score of J to 4 last Fri- T" day on the local diamond. The bat- Lei Live "Live teries for tancastcr were Cox and B usmess Men Meeting. Cochrnt)i for ,,nlnt Uck Kuhlman The Business Men meeting will be and Davis, DC JG "Battle Axe" did fine pitching for held tonight nt 8 V. M. at the Coun-- 1 ty Court Koom, says an order from Ijwcastcr High, the most of it being Paul Elliott, Swt'y-- . o' the organiza- - three up and three down. The gather. an assett to our TOWN team played 60 per cent better than tlon. Hut unquestionably a large so let'sThis is when they played Xicholasvilc but it all go. $1.50 a Y.ar. Issu.d Weakly. percentage of divorces are is hoped that they will be still Payable in Advance. granted upon flimsy excuses Week. tcr next Friday and make it three J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. straight when they play Madison and perjured testimony. Health Week was nicely observed ... . B. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. If the party at fault in such by the colored people of this city Entered at the Post Office in Lan- an action were forbidden to which means much for the physical,! "The Hurdy Ourdy" presented last by the member of Mail caster, Ky., ns Second-Clas- s ever mhrry again we might moral nnd social life of this city and Thursday eveningami the Senior boys others ns well. Interesting lecture the Junior class Matter. have fewer divorces and n were given on "Perfonnl Health nn proved quite a success. The total greater number of reasonably Sanitation nnd Social Hygiene" receipts were 105, the proceeds of Lancaster, Kr., April 14, 1921 contented homes. This was instituted by the lato Dr. which were given to the School T. Washington several year rnry. It would be Impossible to give people could be brought If due credit tb each one taking part, Fornrn Ad.ertiiinf Rrvlrmlmtrr to realize that the remedy is ngo. THE AMKRICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION for all proved "stars." A Senior. CONN BROS. and Folks." o Z Currey & I Gulley. FIRST EXCURSION tn 90 DEE E1G J SaiarMVDS.AVavnOHSSIHIO) Best Garden Seed Return Their Worth, k The Central Record , O., In purchasing garden seeds the best one that money ran buy will Usually be found to be the chenpest, according to Circular Xo. Ci7, envia titled. "The Home Vegetable GarL."& N. $3.15 den," which Is being issued by' the $3.15 College of Agriculture. Vegetable 24, 1921. iced is considered good when it is fresh, free from foreign seeds, tru Spccinl trnin will leave Lanvitality. The quanity of seed re- caster 5:29 A. M., returning, quired to plant one hundred feet of will leave Fourth St. Station, row of nny crop is contained in the Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Standpublication which may be obtained ard Time, (7:30 P. M. City free by writing the Kxpeiiment Time). For further informaStation. Lexington, Ky. tion consult your Local Ticket CINCINNATI, and return Sunday, April y . .. . est of individuals or expression of individual views, per Una Obituaries, per lino ....... 10 .05 Announcements. Wc are authorized to announce the candidacy of E. V. Puryear to succeed himself in the office of Commonwealth's Attorney; for this district, subject to tho action of tho Democratic Primary, Auguit C, 1921. Civilization And Savagery. The prevalence of divorces in "civilized" countries is becoming a peril to the morality of the Caucasian race. In a certain savage couhtry a woman goes and lives with' a man a year or two "on trial." If both are satisfied they are then married according to the regular tribal custom. If they are not satisfied with each other, they go their separate again with other ways anti-trmates. In "civilization" it is slightly different. They go to a minister and have a few words said over their bowed heads. Then they, too, try it out. If not satisfied, they go to a judge tell a few harrowing stories, possibly a few lies, and are legally authorized to go out and try again with other mates. Very simple, isn't it? Not so much difference between civilization and savagery is there? ' We look down upon and pity the poor savage in his ignorance and superstition. We contribute large sums that he may become "civilized" anil in line for our own partic tilar lino of debauchery. In our superior bigotry we chronicle the shortcomings of inferior races, unmindful of the fact that morality in some of those countries is far in ad vance of our own. Without a doubt tlicre are occasions upon which divorce is preferable from a moral standpoint to longer living to y no doubt The following perfect attendance li.H morp ,nn eyr beforo-nn- d siool will have soma fine was furnished us by our County At-- i Mr. tendance Officer, Miss Helen Gill; when the season Is over, Lansing said, it might be interllichmnn school, Julefus Hrhn aflirj rcv, Hourland visited the school esting to hear what Mr. Wil- Lee Lane; Buckeye Consolidated Tuesday mornini? nnd cave a snlcn Schools, Boy C. Long; Woodsvlcw did talk to the school children. son has to nay. that we need not all expect to Mr. Lansing, as you remem- school, Elsie Clark. be geniuses but by perseverence we ber, wrote a book and gave would be able to accomplish great some inside information rethings. He told how no one liked a Mr. A. X. Merida. who was fifty garding the doings of our quitter in anything. We are very old last Saturday, was givtn glad to have the preachers make us American delegates to the years a plensant nnd delightful surprise weekly visits. peace conference.. Mrs Merida had birthday dinner. The country talked and the invited about forty of their neigh-- , Social News. newspapers roared for a period bors and relatives, who gathered nt Misses Robinson. . Kstridge nnd tl of two and a hlilf days. Then the Merida homo at nnd o'clock. At Sexton mortored to Danville Inst Satbounteous noon, a sumptuous urday afternoon and were guesU of we promptly forgot all about dinner was served. This was one of Mrs. Mcltubert. Lansing and his book and the "FoMe war dinners," where the Mr. Misses Beard and Kstridge were the peace conference in order table fairly groaned under Its load to imbibe all of the thrills of of good things, prepared Jy Mrs. visitors in Shelbyvillc last Sunday. Merida and those in attendance. . It Mr. Fleece Brntton entertained the latest divorce scandal. was indceil a happy day, an occasion the Freshmen clnsn last Saturday Probably by this time Mr. (tint Inni- - In. ri'mpmliern! liv nil with a fish dinner ut Bralton'a pond. ( lousing has himself forgotten j who nttCnded. Misses Burchett and Heard chaperonwhat he wrote about. At a late hour In the afternoon all ed the crowd nnd every one hnd a We are a forgetful people. reluctantly departed for their homes. fine day. ; We crave a change to the ex after wishing many more birth anni Be sure and attend the Lyceum versarie for Mr. Merida. clusion of everything else. course nt the School Building Wel- The following were present: Mr. The sensation of today is as and Mrs. James Sams and Mr. Arthur nesday evening, April -- 0th. dead tomorrow as the golden vSams, of Corbin, Mrs. J. W. Sams, Grins and Oioans. .Mrs. Merida's mother, of Knox, .Mr. rule. Some things S?nIor would liise to Milton Ward, Mrs. C. K. If Mr. Wilson doesn't dish and Mrs. know: up his reply soon we'll Henry and children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Barnes nnd son, Crit, Mr. nnd If the person who wns overwhelmprobably forget to even rend Mrs. Simon Tnnkersley. Mr. nnd Mrs. ed with the flood of eNpectation ever it. Jess. Scbastnin,Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom recovered himself. Doolin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Tuttle, If the body of the man who was A great Chicago banker is Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner, Misses drowned' In n sta of troubles waceverl out in an interview in which he Kthcl nnd Mollie Barnes, Lucy, Xwlie found. Carn nnd Flora sees business on the recov and Vertle Turner, Osborn, Daysie The length of the rod of instruc-- l Doolin, Lou Anna ' tion. ery." Ilunells, ITnnnle and SalHe Merida, How many acres there are in thei Other bunkers have made Messrs. Tom Barnes and Perry Osfield of fame. the sume statement, many born. If the lady who held her breath times repeated. House- is still holding it. Hut it will take something If the man who wAt bent on mismore than statements to put wives the j chief ever straightened himself, business back where it belongs. Whether the lion of n party hnsi flour Haw materials and wage anything to do with the dandelion. conditions will have to be ad The difference between minding justed before any great amount the trnin and training the mind. of manufacturing will be done, 'Bread is the Staff of Life." The time is opportune both for and prices of all other .comTiifiros MAVt uoooa gardening and fishing. The' wise' modities will have to hit the man will do both. that the country ginning to forget wha Now is be- P'ys J II-s- Birthday Anniversary -- half n century, propably will never S. remain unknown. James Jones, aged negro employe in the Senate office 3 building', said to be tho only person with a knowledge of where the seal was buried, died recently without disclosing secret. Jones was serving ns n servant of Jefferson Davi., President of the Confederacy, when Davis was captured. As the story goes, Jones buried the seal before the Federal authorities could obtain posession of the Confederate leader' effects, and to hl death never revealed the spot. HORSESPEP i Xo horse can travel to advantage with pnotly rut III fitted shoes on. They lose pep, We fit shoes proterly. Your hor feels the rol.ifurt they give. Just you da when you wear comfortable sho. hed gil j? iff 2 TT m 9I.HO A. H. CASI I ; VANHUSS f Lancaster, Ky Bi&4tJatJtastr4r4rytr4 OLIVIER Disk Harrow g. 12 Disk with truck, double and tripple trees 16in Discriminating want best They ask for "OBELISK." $50. delivered on your farm. t new level before there can be any free and unrestricted interchange of business activity. FOR PAINTING Of! ALL KINDS, ROOF) OR INSIDE WORK! CALL OR SEE L. N. ELMORE, HASELDEN BROS. ' Lancaster, Ky. It will come in, time, but time is more than a day "Seeing business on the road ti recovery" is good, but feeling it is better. In 'Turkey they are talking oTdrafting men for marriage, 5ci ; 3& 'Always Reliable. Hudson & Farnau As?n'l Lancaster, Ky. CONTRACTOR. All Work Guaranteed. (4.7.2t-pd- . the WMCffHttA iron. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. THursday, Apr 14. 1921. MesdamC John and Js. Conn were with Mr. I. C. Rucker, At I'alnt Mrk Thursday. Jlli w I. conn week-end (Sott, of Richmond, OUR HATS Never so low that they are skimped in style the gueft of her aunt, Mm. L. N. Miller. Mn. It. D. Wanton and children arc visiting her parent, Mr. and Mm. Dr. SthoM'l To4'F1w rot ct mpl tort, rnUi(fi) Joint, and bunions. Dr. SchoU't FoohEtutr Eases ihe let. Rfliw thai tirrj aching Iffling. and quality. Never so high that they fail in fair value. Wc now offer maximum style and quality i J. W. Klmorc. , K Corns hue sml Ifm how lo (rl lelief. Mr. P. II. Hopkins, of Frankfort, wan shaking hands with his old friend here thin wesk. Misses Minnie Brown And Klixa-Let- h for today's dollar. FRANCIS-SWIT- H dent; Mm. Sam Haseldcn, treasurer; Mm. Dick Anderson, secretary anil Miss Julia Held, librarian. There were about twelve in attendance. our Fee Ever Bother You interest you to know that thfs store has arranged, at considerable expense, to have It will were in Lexington Inst Monday on business. Andenon, MIm VirKinla Conn, of Lexington, Miss Kthel Walter nnd (iabe Walis vlsitng her brothers, Oeorge, John, ter spent the week-enin Lexington Tom and'Jas. Conn of this city. the guests of Miss Kathleen Walter. d i family Mrs. Theo Currey gave Mm. J. II. Ilradshaw, of Lexington dinner party Saturday In honor of has been visiting her laughter, Mm. Mm. Fisher Culms, of Danville. Jas. Tucker, on Ilichmond avenue. Mm. I.lzfle Itichnrdson, Miss Helen Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Henry, all of Lexington, were guest of Mrs. . C. Itoblnson Sunday. Mm. Fisher (Saincsand son, Itobert Currey, who have been guest of Mrs. Margaret Currcy Robinson, returned Monday to their home in Danville. Mr. anil Mrs. I.oyt' Bourne nnd 59 A Dr. Scholl Foot Expert here to examine feet, give advice and demonstrate that Tlvmisa 5i Appliajicc D ovRa)wBrEvcjtRotTmtk Scholl u.,n daughter, KIIh Mne and Lois Virginia Ilournv Mrrre tiie guests Saturday of .Mr. nnd Mm. J. M. Bollards in Dnn ,vllle. Mr. and Mm. M. II. Pollard and sons, Mason II. and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Pollard, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Price Uourne. Messm. Sam Carpenter, O. R. Carpenter ami Jack Whlttnker, left last Sunday, rnnrtorlnic through th Indianapolis, Ind. and other points for several weeks stay." Mr. and Mm. John Gill Kinnnird, of Richmond avenue, ire being show ered with congratulations for thej birth of n han Isome son Monday eve-- 1 named John I nlnifi Ht has been Morrow and he is being royally wel-- , corned. Miss Dora Scott, of Paint Llck.( Misses Ullie Vne Arnold and Emily II. Bourne, of West Lmeaster, have returned to their homes after a de lightful week-envisit to Mm. Mote Pollard nnd Mis F.ugcnia Pollard, of d Many from here tqok In the piny "Llghtnin" at Lexington this week. Among them were: Mesdnmes Ceo. I) Hobinson. J. S. Gilbert, (I. C. Walker, W. H. Burton, Herbert Kills, It. Haseldcn, Mr. and Mm. J. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Hnselden, Mm. II. Misses Helen nnd K. McKolicrtf. .Martha Gill, Bettie West and John Mcltoberts. Misses Stella and Blllie .Sunders. Messrs. T. J. Print-- , W. II GrilTy, Mm. W. T. West, Dr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Hose, and Mr. and Mrs Ilognn Ballard. The Woman's Club held the regular meeting Thursday afternoon at the rooms on Lexington avenue. Mrs. R., K. Mcltoberts presided for the business session nnd the following officers were elected for next year: Mm. It. K. Mcltoberts, president. Mm. W. M. Klliott. vice presi- - Marriage Just Announced. Mr. and Mm. James Ijinc , of Nicho).isviIle, nnnounce the marriage of their daughter, Mls Clara Lane of this' city to Mr. Noel Bogie, The marriage took of Nicholasville. place on the 24th. of List November in Jctfersonville, Ind., nnd the young the people have Just made known They arc now away on a visit j news. in Louisville nnd upon their return will make their home In Nlcholasvlle where Mr. Bogie is in business. He Is the son of Mr. nnd Mm. W. M. Bogie. He knows all about feet and how to give rnfrartinn vorrecuon MONDAY AND Immediate Relief and Lasting foot discomfort. He al ths store oniy TUESDAY. APRIL 1819 The bride of last N'ovembcr has been visiting in this city because of holding a position here. She is pretty nnd popular nnd many friends have good wishes for the happiness of the young couple. Lexington Herald. Wc hope everybody will take advantage of this opportunity to fict Examination and Advice Free itu out of ten people have some foot trouble. What is yours? N matter how simple or how serious it may be a mere corn or a pronounced flat foot this is your chance. Take advan t.itic of It. hverybotiy welcome. r r'-it- "" F0H S 1 1:1(11 5W's Ahtoiba Pads A "Watch Your Feet in-- ... UL-- ue km JI I II . I . t SKK 8 rmr--- , LI. KB1 HCCARTHY Standard Shop Phone 69. 7.; pie PLL'.MIIKU . Healing, Hoofing Guttering, Etc. Jj Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. MMM Dan-vill- Sthotl't Bunion KtJuctr Pltvrnts ho piruie. Ilidrs the urlomui). Marksbury. Danville Snturlay. Miss Alberta Anderson and Miss e I'htsy Andemon were visltom In Mr. ClaytoiMorrow, of Lexington i spent Sundny with his parents, Mr. Monday. and Mm. K. W. Morrow. L. Walker and Hon. Judge j A BrUI MintiMi .1 th Osslnji mm! Mrs. Hen Letcher, of Louisville, is ku TKo.. W At Mirtiltd Is. t Joseph Hobinson attended court In expected for n visit to Mm. K. L. Danville Monday. Owsley, on Danville avenue. Mis Pattle Long spent Thursday Gill has been a recent Miss Helen Mm. Harold Oldham and little with Misses Myrtle ami Christine daughter, of Ilichmond, have been vi4tor in Lexington. Davis nt Buckeye. visiting her mother, Mm. Georgia spent the Mr. and Mrs. Bon Mrs. Ben Hughes anil Miss Delia Arnold. Aek-enIn Dnr.vlllc. with ltlte Hughes spent the week-enMm. Dora Wheeler, of Danville, is MU Georgia Dunn has been' a ro relative- in Markshury- the guest of hei; daughter, Mm. Ben Georgutown. cent visitor in Wooil and Mr. Wood, on Danvill Mrs. K. U Owsley will return this Hon CIny KaulTman Is at hame wtek from a three weeks stay in avenue. from Covington fur the week. Iiuisville ami Danville. Miss Mary Mac Walker has gone to Mississippi where the will spend Lena Bright has returned Mil Mm. W. A. Farnau nnd son, Ken- a few weeks with relatives and from a visit to relative In Danville. nedy, are guests of Mr. nnd Mm. friends. s Mm. J. K. Stormes has returned Banks Hudson in Danville. Miss Valeria Whittaker, who has from n visit to rWatlvesi In LexingThe many friends of Miss Mary been spending some time with her ton. Chesnut were glad to see her out uncle in Alabama, has returned to .Mm. Ktlon Bettts and MUs Kllui after several weeks illness. Lancaster. , Smith wen- - sloping in l)anHlle SaU Mm. J. It. Mount, Mm. W A Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. RoBards, of urday. Price and' Miss Joan Mount were Danville, spent the week-enwith visitors 'In4 Danville Monday. Mm. Itolla Arnokl Franels has her parents, Mr. and Mm. Loyd from a ev tlay slay in Mrs. Galloway, who has been visit- Bourne. Louisville. ing Ijinc.i'ter friends has returned Conn Minnie Misses Maud nnd Miss Julia Kc4d and Mm. J. A. to her home In Richmond. spent the day in Richmond Monday Anion are spending suvvral days in Mr. and Mm. U J. Peyton and with Miss Nannie B. Hawkins at About f Gossip vvv People Mm. W. M. Klliott and daughter, Miss Lula Malcar was the weekend guest of Miss Bessie Mae Denny. Miss Margaret, visited relatives in II - I- - Wel HELPS YOU of ice cream, or a cold soft drink a ciar, a can of tobacco, or a tfood, pipe a stick of jrm or the daintiest of confectionery reliable complexion specialities or a toilet set a WHKN you want a (Huh d d - THIS DRUG STORE Affords you many lead pencil or a box of the choicest stationery or any of the many little daily wants you just naturally drift around to this store and FIND WHAT YOU WANT. d Sul-liva- little son, William Rivers, spent SatMr. Lewis Herndon, of Louisville, urday night nnd Sunday with her Mrs. Clarence brother and little has been visiting his father,' Capt. brother, A. 0. Montgomery nnd fam- son, James Rusiell, will leave Uii! ily, ofsBuena Vista. JV. M Herndon. week for a visit to relatives in Nash-- J ville, Tennessee. Rev, nnd Mm. Harry Hudson have! returned from Columbia, where they attended the Spring meeting of Prci- (!) bytcry. U. S. A. Mrs. Paul Boyd and children, Artie Hill and Paul, Jr., have gone for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mm. Hill in Leitchtleld. Mm. W. B. Mnson will leave this week for a visit to her daughter, Mm. Fox Logan and Mr. Logan In Wlkes Cincinnati. Hall. attractive conveniences and beneficial opportunities. WHEN the doctor hands you a prescription you have every confidence that it will be accurately filled, and that the price will be moderate. When you need only a simple remedy for some slight' ailment you KNOW you can find it hero, and that it is highly recommended by others who have used' it. I Why PaybulkMore?Pt. lOcts Seed Beans and Peas In Seed Potatoes as low as Onion Sets ' Broken Rice Whole Rice EXTRA a IT HELPS YOU CONFIDENCE creates habit is ,pd a GOOD S1.50abu. 5cts. a Sets, a 7cts. a 20cts. c qt. lb. lb. lb. an aid to health. Keep coming and keep well. I ( Strictly fresh caught fish SPECIAL Bar re", Pennsylvania. 1 20cts. a lb. Our Entire Line of Candy only 1 Mm. Sabra Price ha gone to Lex ington where she has accepted ni position nt superintendent of the Orphan's Home there. Mrs. M. D. Long, Mn. Kmit Long, Mm. Joe Kelley ami Mrs. Tho. '' Davis spent Thursday wltb Mm. Minnie McCulley at Buckeye. STORMES D&TJG STORE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. I SANDER'S VARIETY STORE Established 185:t DC DC Phone 30, Lancaster, Ky. DC DC I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 14, 1921 I K DON'T hatch pulloti from my SINGLE COMB.'BROWN LEGHORN ii Uncle Walk 8& THE UNATTAINABLE it'T'llKltK'S X a A-- A I ' if ymio'ije't It it winter. itk J 11 CtforRf ,lo It ii 16 fir $1. 1039r,$5-l'aH f aiming the EGGS $h Keep Fit be in TO be wellperfect phyilcal condition, sod Krone, tohaveenerfy BANK ROBBERS' REWARD $1,000 For April Meeting Of Tim Tnnftmlrtr T?ln Kentucky Bankers' Asl I IV. HV.lll.UV.U,! 1JVIU sociation Raises The cational Association Amount It Will The railroads have granted n fare of 'a for round trip to Louisville Pay. for the annual session of the Keni 1 REDUCED RATES SHERIFFS SALE spot on my tho " stamp, nlHiut lins size of n wni: Lancaster. Ky. S Box 173. Ihhh Itrhlne nil duv that said the retired .iniTilinnl, "ami It I n nius.il me inure grief than the Ih Wc know n yountr fellow who attack of rheumatism. 1 ran't reiw' rlilii'i-handIt with never falls In love. He Juit turn nnd I hnt been Imrkllti; tip Now that llk shirts ore within nirnlnt every iolt nnd reach of nil, the rest of us prefer , ERLE C! f ARRA lik and vigo- r- to '.c . fil U the oy ss well ai the duty ol every perton II vou want to V;rp fit, don't nr(tcct the nnl symptom oi kidney trouble. Act promptly at the first tlfnof puthnrn Mitt , tktli.l iwli, bMkKk.. pi.tl oll or tila lol.u. tk..il ..til skklM. w.t. ..J tk.lr tmtner . mull l.ll 4 shmoi. p.l-t- lUn I prop-rtl- r. It prn HisJ to rolUi. S k ! Hrssai ot bi eapeUest fraa ik. tiM.ak latJ ' rotton. N'ow that we nre short on booxe there is no reason why wc can't be A lone on snooze. The fact that a man is married uroof conclusive that lie if the head of the family. is not hnre wllh A mance. man of my social and commercial llko n iratetost, rubhlne the rrfitrJ. mtt or immtti Mnn look;. k.!i ae klasM'f br nod. ot l.i4or.il.aid tt lk purrM rtlaa Tarrar prannbU i4 act coaipniaJ4 la m4'x9 N.tlaa.1 ..a Slat er nct roafonaitr food 4n4 ! Ta.rb.ta blord tbavaaad. of la ''' standing look while n doesn't dignified thus but when man's back . wril.t "A. a Cat r. Cotk.at. ckrailM I am sol praa la Ik. m of JmM. Nt I mm b. lair.4 to VmM la tk.l I daa f.ror of foltr KW..r Pill. kkk m M SMKb aaod Ikaia too bijklr I tbaak yew b tae r gr. f. ..r null 4dra.' STORMES DRUG STORE First Thought In Drugs LANCASTER, KY. IihhI raconJka km For Up.To-Dat- e Itches. hi ha to ilefy the conven tions, nnd grt relief the best way he tucky Educational Association, whicli convenes April 1921. This specinl rate Is offered only to members of thu association and dependent parties of their families nnd will be allowed only on presentation at starting point of identification certl-- J flcate Issued by Ihe Secretary of the All persons expecting Assorntioti. to attend the meeting should write the Secretary. It. K. Williams. 1,518 Southern Tarkway, Louisville, for the certificate. County superintendents, city superintendents, principals and other interested school people should see that their teachers enroll and obtain the certificate before coming to Louisville, as 'the ticket agent will not be in position to allow the reduced fare without the certiTickets will be sold at specificate al reduction only on April 18 and lit. l'J-2- Ily virtue of judgment directed to me, which Issued from the Clerk's Office nf the (arrard Circuit Court, In favor of Kinnaird Ilros. ngalnst Hen Voting, I or one of my Deputies will, on MONDAY, the 25th. day of AI'ltlL 1021, between the hours of I o'clock P. M. and 2 o'clock I'. M., The Kentucky Hankers' Aocin-tlo- at the Court house door in Ijincas-ter- , has increased the reward It will County of (Jnrrnrd, Ky., expose pay for the nrrost nnd cenvictien of to I'l'III.IC SALK to the highest bank rubbers from $20 to $1,000. bidder, the following property (or Harry (5. Smith, secretary of the so much (hereof as mny be necessary association, is now sending out no- to sntisfy the amount of the Plaintices to this tlTect. tiff's debt, Interest, and costs), to In each bank a notice will be post- wit: ed, and, ns printed In red ami black Touring Car, One Podge llros. ink, It will rend this: , 1017 .Model. Amount nf debt, inter-e$1,000 ItKWAHH. nnd cost to dny of Sale amount "A reward M $1,000 will be paid ing to $.103. tl) levied upon as the by the Kentucky Hankers' Asiocla-tloproperty of Hen Young. for the arrest nnd conviction of TKUMS: Sale will be made on n each person robbing or attempting credit of three months, bond with to rob this bank. approved security required, bearing "If the robber should be killed Interest nt the rate of six per cent while robbing this bank, or attemptper annum from day of sale, nnd ing to escape nfter having robbed having the force and elTect of Sale this bank, the rewanl will be paid the bond .this 1st. day of April 1921. same as if he were convicted In A. K. WALK Kit, Sheriff, (I. C court." Hy . T. 1IALLARD, Deputy Sheriff. st n ran. Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P, B, ill "1 can understand Just how It has worried you." said the hotelkeeper. "The fart that ynu couldn't reach minnd nnd elnw the Itrhlni; tdsee with vour flni?r lrnt ilio rnnltor fresh In your memory nnd got on your nerve. The pursuit of the unnltaln- lhle always Is miitv Interesting to us than the easier work clooe to band. Vou had your whole to scratch, md might linve hmicht a rurryfiimb for n uunrter, nnd hail n good time, but vou couldn't be happy until ynu had fuelled the one lnnccvIMo spot. "A uhlle apt I Imagined I had lenrt dlsn-- . nnd went nnd saw the loetnr. He know 1 have money In he bank', nnd ntn ronoldrred good pay, m lC ronflniuil my worst fenrs, and nade up his tnltn'l to have me for his until one nf us pwered tnr pntli-nt- , mt He threw nil nwful scare Into me. to that I home sweating Ire cold f tron " CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION Beginning Monday, April 25, 1921, at 10 a. m. And continuing day by day until all land, buildings and equipment have been sold. The properties to be disposed of at this sale, represent an outlay on the part of the Government of wi-n- t Among them was ot of Instructions. ne to Ihe I'ffect that when I went to led I should nlwny sleep on my right dde. H cautioned me over nnd over igaln ngnlnt laying on my left side, i rid left the Impression that If I dls- Eyes. Artificial tbeyed hlin. I'd wnkQ up some morn- - ' there' are probably more ar- ng to find myself n candidate for n Today tificial eyes In tin world than there loral horseshoe. ' have ever been before, yet so excel"That matter lnokel easy nt the lent Is the workmanship um-- i In their lim nnd I nssured the doctor I'd fol- ! manufacture that they can very ow his bylaws to the letter. When dom h detected. Tlie artificial eye, went to bed Hint night. I stretched tiowecr, will not en the nearer for- ut on my right side, and In ten mln- ever. There are certain nrt'ltnl lluMa ite I was Just suffering to roll over. which dcMroy the enniiifl, thus In don't believe I ever bad such n volvlnjc conslderuhli tor re- innkerlng for anything. It seemed to mim-- i newal. In flew nf thl. ellulold Is me the height or human nappmess often used Instead of sIiin nnd lasts .vniibl lie In sleeping on one's left side. longer. The mlntitfi iletulU uif care- t followed lntruetlons for two nights, - veins on ind then I decided that life wnsn't fully reiroducel evt-- In the eyrhall and the tin i tutor of jvortli such sacrifice, and I rolled over a hazel Iris. ind slept on my left side, nnd nothing lappened. I was feeling better than ( jsual next morning when I got up. M. S. "Of course this experience lessened .Tiy confidence In lln doctor's Instruc tion, nnd I concluded Hint If I was lolng to sidestep the Instruction I might n well sidestep the medicine. . DENTIST loo. for they tasted like low life In a Office Tin Garrard Dank. rhlncse nlley, nnd I threw the whole Phones Office S. Retidtnce 376. lot out of the window. Thus the saw- - j LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. hone lost hi mint promising patient Iteenuse he hnnded out a rule that wasn't strictly necessnry. ( "Speaking of Ihe unattainable, . yon know what's the matter with Silas KurhehMv? He tins rverylhlng n man could nek, n stranger In the town .would say. He has n beautiful home 'nnd n wife who would be considered a t I success nnywhere. nnd be has festoon DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. I of money when' It will do the most Irrus Ifinnnadi. "He gnve me some meillclnes and n Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work Ten Millions of Dollars All of which will be sold, in units, to suit purchasers tt . The Greatest Auction Sale in History li- HATFIELD or ri?-!!-I i .. J. J. Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist 1 it 5 ajr rPMH9Mi t --T- an2Jcf l III-- - 9---0- -- ' HBIBKt- fir "" --!! I .. tr-nps- s I Sectional view of one of the areas at Camp Zachary Taylor showing character ef buildings to be sold. Office Hours Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and to S p.m. ' ....... i J, A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllo Over National Hank. Kesidence t'hone 3. Ollice I'hone 27 LANCASTER. KY. I I "Vit he has a secret sorrow. think he's the most melnnchnly man I ever saw, nnd bis trouble Is that he can't rnle a good stand of whiskers. Nowadays, when whiskers are considered an Infirmity, It seems strange that nny mnn should grleve over surh This Army Camp comprises 2,000 acres of valuable land, adjoining , Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call, Antv.rtd Promptly Dajr NliM. I'linti. 317. lANCASUU, K.nNlUCKV him. If some mlraclt hnppened. and, he woke up some morning to find bis rountenanre nil covered wllh whiskers, he'd probably have them shaved off within n week; but beeausc they won't 'grow, hi won't be happy till be gets oi them." "You don't seem to like the Idea of a whirlwind campaign." "I bate the mere mention of It." "Maybe replied Fnrtner Corntossel. ' you'd find It hard to understand, tiev-- 1 er hot In' lived, as I did. In n part of I tti fwitmtrv wtior,, Minrr nniii In 'awhile you have to get out nnd run , for a cyclone cellar. matter. all over the United "He mwI IStntes for hair growers, and half the time his faro Is blistered or swollen, and still the whisker won't grow n a the city of Louisville, together with 2,000 buildings of various sizes, and a vast amount of euuioment. such as boilers, nl umbers' sun- plies, stoves, hot water heaters, radiators, electrical equipment, motors, heating and refrigerating plants, etc. . - ' Weary of Whirlwind. Fur years building ha lcen nt n practical Mainlstill Tin liifjli cost of material, especially Ittnilicr, ami the .scarcity of labor liac compelled a stoppage in the erection ot homes, storulionses, hams, etc. That time has now passed. Workmen have been released liy the hundreds- of thousands nnd Camp Zachary Taylor will release lumber and equipment. 68.000,000 feet "of yellow pine will be disposed of at this sale and nt such prices as bidders ce fit to - THE BUILDI NG PROBLEM - pay. Conic to this- greatest of bargain sales and buy what von want at your own figure. Join with your neighbors in making up car lots to save freight rates. A ast number of cedar, white oak. chestnut and crco- sotcd fence osts, water troughs and grain bins will interest k erv fanner. There are miles of woven wire hog-tight fencing. Two grain elevators, completely equipped with motors, conveyors and chutes. i TREES! TREES! PLANTING. FOR SPRING WRITE FOR OUR FREE CATALOG UrrfcKINu. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES tr tn MMBiiBts Pltnty of Time; FRUITS SMALL Teacher What. Hobby, you aay ynu VINES GRAPE don't want to be president of the PERENNIALS United States? EVERGREENS Ilrlght I.ad Not i Just now, thanks. HEDGING If It's all the suine- to you I'd rather ROSES Halt until nfler u couple of more eleETC. ctionsAmerican Legion Weekly. - OUR GUARANTEE This is an absolute sale. You win or you lose on April 25th. We sell no one privately, but do an exclusive no private sale. This has been our motto for auction business. No set price, no reservation, no the twelve years wc have been in business, during which time we have operated from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and have never failed or refused to sell a single piece of land, or property of any kind, after it was placed under the hammer. You make the price. The Government makes the deed. That's all. For catalog giving full details . ma to material, land, etc., not given in this announcement, address Louisville Real Estate & Development Company D. C CLARKE, President Sale Starks Building, Louisville, Kentucky Agent, War Department U. S. A. Everything for the orchard, lawn nnd garden. No agents. Hit Weak End. "Reggie la going to the country on "Kor u "Yen; his head's been Hoitou Transcript. alui. week-elldf" h! F. HILLENMEYER 2.10-lO.p- d. Jc SONS Saturday." Lexington, Ky. bothering The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 14, 1921 American Legion News Dogs, cats, gont and benrs were of by member used n mnscot Wyandotte Post of the American Legion In Kansas City, Mo., when they were In the Army. To provide shelter for their pets, In pence time the post hn gone on record as favoring the establishment of n municipal too, with the stipulation that their mascots be Installed therein. The nnjno of (trover Cleveland will no longer be connected with that of Ilergdoll, if the will of Itlchard L. Kitcjicns Post of the American Legion at Helena, Ark., prevails. The post ha passed n resolution requesting the Government remove the first two names of (Irover Cleveland d I WOLF TRAIL Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley spent in Madison. the week-enMaster Cecil Riry visited Mr. and Mr. Homer Hay last week. .Miss Lldln Mae Hay wa htc guest of Mrs. F.IIJnh Mc.Mllllan Tuesday. Mr. Ilernnrd Hay ! at home from Cincinnati for n few- - day stay. Mr. James I .and la nut again hit ninny friend are glad to know. Mr nnd Mrs. Hiram Iji ml visited Mr. and Mr. Milton ftos recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mosc Hay nnd sons Hogs Grow Fat Fast when they get outside of TUXEDO HOG RATION QUICK, old-style economical gains are produced ly thii perfectly feed. Fatten your liogi for the market on a you are sure u right Don't take chances with , feed. Tuxedo I log Nation putt on a top weight and finithrs hogi for the Kales at lets cost per feeding. Itt perfect and in lest time than gucsi-worCount! keeps appetitet keen while solid weight builds right protein. 3 2 fat, 55',"o up. Guaranteed analysis carbohydrates and Y' fibre. Use Tuxedo I log Kation and find out for younelf what a machine-mixestandardised ration does for your hog. k M'c jl nmt ttli iy Tuult mthtt your ! HMtn It mtjt ty Th Eatty fr fltnltl Cmptny, TuuJm Chtp, Ctit-tJ- lt t.lt Muk. tit , tnj It lit ttnmt tupplj you, milt ui ttxtt Jttltt numl Jttltt, THE EARLY & DANIEL COMPANY, Inc. CINCINNATI, OHIO BRYANTSVILLE Mrs. V. K. Da vi is slowly improvWylie is on the sick ing. Mr. Kdwln Mu Mr. And Mr. M. 0. Kennedy were Panvltle shopper Saturday. Mr. Charles Auitr-tl-a spent the week-enwith relatives In Danville. MIm StHk Mar Grow nnd Mr. A. T. Sett, Jr., wen- - Danville visitors Saturday. Mr. ami Mrs. N. T. Crow and lit-tdaughters urn-- in Lexington Saturday. Mrwrs. S. V. Halramb and II. II. Halcomb were in I'alnt l.iek Monday n business. Mrs. Kdd Kason, of Lexington, it spending several days with Mr. K. l. Wood nnd family. Mr. llryan Itallanl of Lexington, spent Tuesday night with bi mother, Mr. Kllta II. Ilallant. Misii Kllsa M. lon was the guest last week of friends and relatives in Lexington and Wilmorc. Kcv. Ilontin and Mr. Itlchard Con-an- t, of Wtlmore, were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. II. II Halcomb. V. S. Taylor of Klchmond. Kev spending several days with his t.aughtrr, Mrs. I'ete I'oindrxtrr. -d lr J. Ilogan Mallard at funeral Momlay of MIm Addle Kldcr, of Nieholasville. Mr. Dan West, of Sulphur Well, spent sevrrnl days lust week us the guest of Mr. C. M. Dean and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. M. Arnold and faintly of Dnnvillr, were Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swope nnd family. Mr. and Mr. I'etc I'oindexter are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a little girl nt their home on the tlth. nnd Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Swope Miss Christine Swope of ljinoaster, were the guest Saturday of Mr. W. II. Swope and family. Mr. nnd Mr. Ilerndon and Mrs. Ada Kinnalnl of I.ouinvtlle, were, the week-enguest of Mr. and Mrs, J. Ilogan Itallard. Amy Dawes returned to Mis Georgetown College last Wednesday after several days stay with her par ents, Dr and Mrs II. A. Dawes. Dr. nnd Mr. II. C. Hose and Master James Lear Rose spent several tiny last week n the guest of Dr. ami Mrs. Sam ItoiH-- . of Winchester. Mr. J. Ilogan Hallnrd nnd Mis Zlllah Dawes spent a few- - ilnyt last wee kns the guest of Mrs. Hnllnrd'a mother, Mr. K. II. Klder, of Mr nnd Mrs. the. tended d FITZPATRICK 2890. FiUp:nck -'-SDO sired by Kex I'eavme 171X1. he by Ilex McDonald 833, rst dam Annie Itooney 4101, by I'm vine SB, second dnm by Powell Drennon. Fitxpatrick it ii sorrel stnlhon, right hind pastern white, in beauty, Lnlliant action, animation and richness of color thl horse excels, lleing a full brother to both Kentucky Penvine nnd Crestland prove thut this is a 'ne of breeding rarely eiunled. Pen vine blood has been recognized by the greatest breeder nt one of the most desirnble line in saddle horse breed-i.- g nnd is increasing in popularity every day. This horse contain as Pitzpntrlck will much of Penvine blood as will be found any where. make the season of 1121 nt my barn, 5 miles from Iinenster on the Iluckeye pike at I Ilergdoll, notorious draft evader. Mrs. Minnie McCulley nnd The first pilgrimage of gold star mothers oversea to visit the grave dren spent the day SaturdayMcCulely. of their son will begin about June Mr. Joshinh Mr. nnd Mrs. Hunter Davis nnd 1st., when 100 women of the Amcri-en- n War Mothers' organization will daughter, were with Mr. and Mrs. sail for France on the Steamship Jam is Land Monday night. Mr. F.hncr Hay and Mis Jessie II. In France the mother America. will be guest of the Women' AuxiliHay were week-envisitors of Misses ary of the Paris Post of the AmeriIlernice nnd llessie Teater. can Legion. Mr and Mrs. Ottl .Stotts were in Newspaper "stories" of n routine Wilmore recently to see Mr. Homer nnture yielded to American Legion Carman, who is critically III with new when "The New Krn," a news- conimptfon. ' paper of Kunice, Iji., turned over nn Mr. Phill .Mc.Mllllan nnd family entire edition to the local Legion and Mr. Tom Montgomery were depost during a membership campaign. lightfully entertained Sunday by Mr. F.very item except the want ads told nnd Mrs. Klijah Mc.Mllllnn. of doing of the legionnaires. Mr. and Mr. Klijah Mc.Mllllan. An organization, established in Misses) Alice Hoy Wilson Township, Pa., In October, Mr. Abe Hurton, 1UI7 nnd known a the "Mother of and Hert Dailey attended the burial I U 1 7, Itegulart," I the nucleus about of Master Charles Sander Monday. Mr. Powell Dailey and daughter which n Women' Auxiliary of ltrown nnd Lynch Post No, 9 of the Amerl nnd Mr. r!nr) Dailey were In Nieho lasville Thursday shopping and were can Legion ha been formed. Huron Pitt , Commander of the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Abi. California Department of the Amcri Hcndron. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis StotU entercan Legion, recently tulfered n nerv ous collapse after delivering a two- - tained Sunday Mr. Wm. Isbelle, Mr. hour speech nt San Dleago. Mr. and Mrs, Wilbert Dailey nnd son, Mr. Fitt hail been devoting eighteen nnd Mrs, Andrew Stotts, Mr. Homer hour a day to Legion affair nnd hi Cor man, Mesr. Joe and Holan Hay, illnoss i believed to have resulted Misse rhelma nnd KtTie (Silleam from overwork. His present condi tion js said to be considerably im jiroved. Mr. Fitt vn wounded in action. Sixty Sioux Indians, who served a intelligence scout in the World War, will entertain dclogate and NaturV ) (NRTakUta), Art) Hslplng TSwuiits Who TrMtf visitor to the third annual conven Thing Without )ull. It's Gusrantt. tion of the American legion at Kansas City next fall, with n tribal war Thero are three vital prneesse of human exlutenee lha dlieatlnn of dance. rood, the extraction of nourishment from It ami the elimination of sun, Disabled veterans of the World four illgratlon anil aMlmlUtlon War, nearly all of them oversea means falluts to derU full nourl.h-in.(mm and that In turn often vteeran and member of the Walmean lmH)rrlilirl blnoU, akne, ter Heed Post of the American Leg- nnemla. etc. four elimination mum nn accumulation of want nutter ion in Washington, D. C, have adoptvitality, which olsona tha boJjr. low-tlrcreaars tha jwrr of reltanc to ed what they term "The Creed of dl.ta.a anO leaiU to tho tl)iimciit the Disabled Man," which was com-- ) of rnMtijr rrrloui til. Ilhcumatl.m !us to inns by President Harding. The mendril with tha process of elimination, failure tn art H1 u( rertuln Nxlr creed ls as follows: a'ipctol to yleM cannot "Once more to be useful, to seei to any metllclna la' tall In correct that the condition renlnlblo (or It, CuuM pity in the eye of my friends re- -' uny rraonable rstwci to rid placed with commendation, to worL,' him.ert i f rhrunutlc pain us )nnK a produce, provide and to feel that I rhtumatlo joliou Is uuoweti to remain tu the I inly I Think or thla. It explains the sue-n- n have a place in the world, seeking' of Nature' Remedy t.NIt Tubleti) no fnvsirs and given none, n man ca.es where) other In so many IIifdlclliM lma failed. Thouaand are among men In spite of this physical uslnc Nil Tablets every Iay und .r relief. Why ay fits or ten handicap. , as much for uncertain thin? time A rooming house to take care of( A IJo lot of Nature's Kcmedy INK Tablets), containing- - tnouith In last men coining to Minneapotenty-n- o days mut help you, lis, Minn., for vocational training and mutt trite you prompt relief unit satisfactory bvneflt or cott you nolhlnc. to obtain medical treatment is being Nature's Remedy Is not only Tor It Implanned by the combined force of the relief of rhruinatUin. prove dlirestlon. tonea tho liver, reg the Women' Auxiliary of the Ameriulate kidney and bowel action. Improve nnd can Legion In Hennepin county of system, the bloud tried cleanvca tha You've the espeneh that state. The high prices which nnd doctors, now make the medicine real teat. You'll get reeult thla lime. dim bled veterans hnve to pay for Juat try It. Nature's Remedy (Nit Tablets) la sold, guaranteed and hotel accomodations caused the acrcwuuusudcd by your druxglsL, tion of the women's organization. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. Important! Congress is nt It again but congress hnt been nt it before and we survived. chil-wlth d . spent one day recently with Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Stottt. Mis Ilert Dailey spent n pleasant week-ennt McCrcary with Mis Thclma Wheeler. d Where One Gallon Equals Tw- oso-call- hctjp'Pdint; Quality doe tell! Measured by covering capacity and IciiKth of wear, one Kallon of Hanna's Green Seal Paint proves itself equal to two gallons "cheap" paint. Ami there's a reason: of viz., no pafnt can be better than the ingredients that go into it. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL I'AINT contains only highest grade ingredients, universally recognized as necessary in making good paint. If a paint is sold at a ridiculously itsimply means that it blacking in these neces-Bar- y ingredients and contains cheap ndultcrants. The exact formula is printed on every package of Green Seal. Sold by low-pric- e CONN BROS. Lancaster, Boys And Girls Told r Kentucky. culture and which is intended at n guide for youniister who will raise a litter of pigs as their junior club project for the coming yeor. The circular was written by M. I Hall, assistant state leader of Junior agricultural clubs in Kentucky. Any boy or girl in the state may obtain a free copy of the publication by writing the Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. If people who advocate war were required to do the actual fighting the world over, there would be fewer advocates nnd no wars at all. Methods Of Pig Raising Rheumatism Belief -- 25c, Suggeitlons to farm boy nnd girl In regard to the selection of the brood sow, her care before farrowing, care of the sow and tucking pigs and the preparation of the animal for exhibition are contained in Circular No. 34 which ha Just come off the press at the College of Agri MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Fay back on weekly f'l nt m orjmonthly installments. Inter-ftrrn- The Lancaster Building .& Loan ASSOCIATION. J. E. HOHINSOX, l'resldcnt Incorporated. Wm. S. HOljrKK, Scc't. tt Tres. re-ti- t i set-tir- Some of the modern gown Occasionally we run ncros a sport for women should not be expensive. who truthfully ndmit that he knows There is not much to them except j everything except what he doesn't the price tag. know. j If congress is unable to stir up The little Jap cling to little anything exciting we might turn to Yap and personally We don't care a professional baseball for n thriller J rap. And yet the Jap may tlnd und a smeller. Yap no snap. , - WE HAVE PUTaTHE POWER OF I 1 $10. Chief To Insure a Living Colt. I Also nt the snme place will stand my Jack, Postmaster General Hnye his postmaster to Ueep In with what is going on In communities. Some of them booze into streams want touch their do. T ff,ZM I I FIVE YEARSMGO, BACK INT01YOUR DOLLAR You remember thote days of five years ago when your dollar looked like n big round cart wheel and it bought you plenty. The practice of pouring captured Is very disconcerting. It put temptation in the If mnre is traded or parted with the season money i due. A lien way of the llh nnd makes a fellow will bo retained on all cults until season money i paid. Care taken to pre- wish he were one. vent accident but not responsible should uny occur. Napoleon at $10. To Insure j New Circular Outlines Care Of Sheep For Boys. Sheep und lamb project will be amonir the more Important one con ducted by Kentucky farm boy und Kirlt in their club work during the coming year, nccordini; to statements from the CoIIvrc. of ARriculture which ha Just issued a new circular No. 88 outlining the detail in the selection mid cnre of the ewe and her lamb. The publication also contains n number of detallt relative to sheep disease and management which are of value to all Kentucky farmer raising the animals. It may be obtained free by writing the Agricultural Kxperimont Station, Lexington, Ky. N'evel ask an undertaker why he takes, notice when he see a car hitting the high spot with a lady at the steering wheel. ' Cundor In u reply it often embarrassing. Self-mad- I ; T. R. F. D. No. 3. D. IRVIN Lancaster, Ky. A TOLD IN LANCASTER Resident Known o All Our flead-trt I j Relates an Experience. KEEP YOUR BALANCE Keep a careful Itemized account of all your expense, Inrge nnd tmall, for ono month. During that month continue to spend just at you have in the patt. At the end of the month check up your total expenditures, and NOTK THK MONKY THAT HAS HKK.N UTKHALLY FH1TTKHKD AWAY. The next ttcp it to open a tavlngt account with u and adopt the habit of saving In lieu of frittering. Savins lends to success. Frittering keeps you down. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, C.ihier. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bank Header of the Central Iteiord been told iifuIii liiul again of tho merit of that rullable. kidney remedy lMjan'a KUInvy Till. Tho experience told nro nut thoto of unknown pcrsou, living tar iiwuy. Tho cose nro Ijincaster case, told by Iincatter people. J. II. Dalton, farmer, Crab Orchard St., Ijincaster, say. "Sumo time ugo 1 hud troublo with my kidney. My back ached nnd was tore and lamo and my kidneys wero Irregular In action. I bought Doati's Kidney I'ill at It. 11 Mcltobert'a don' Drug Store and used them. Tho backachn left mo nnd my kidney were soon put In good order. 1 bavo bad no return of tho trouble." I'rlco CUc, at nil dealer. Don't Imply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan't Kidney liltt-tt- ie tamo that Co, Mr. Uallun had. ruster-MllburMir., Uunalo, N. Y. time-proven Well thote days are practically restored to you as far as wc are concerned. We have made the most staggering price re ductions on everything in our store and everybody is a winner except ourselves. We want your business and we have gone limit to get it. Now then if you want to savel the money here's the place to come. We will pay you the highest market price for your produce and sell to you at the lowest price. We sell for cash. I I I I (0 I (1 e men are not alwayt oi qu um tailor-made spajap Jm clothes. ji.oo Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 5? Hard timet have hit Kgypt, nnd If they 'are that doesn't satisfy thi-t welcome to tome of ours. The Central Record Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Apr 14, 1921 CARTERSVILLE PAINT! PAINT - PAINT .You can nlTord to paint your' hotr, this year and now is the time of year to do it. Lampion's GRADE Paint has proven to be second to none and we are prepared to furnish it at prices that will interest you, also PURE LINSEED OIL, TURPENTINE And FLOOR PAINTS OF ALL KINDS. HIGH- - Try our Ra-Mey-L- ac Floor Varnish a most satisfactory rencwcr of furniture, lloors and all interior wood work. It will surprise you what can be done with a small can of it and a little work. Savehe surface and you save all. recovering from nttnek of pneumonia., Mr. Preston Wwrd sold n track of land to Sir. Oce Wyllc Init week, price $700.00. Mrs. J. T. Allen ami son, Mr. K. It. Allen, visited her brother, Mr, Nat Wilmot Sunday. Mr nnd Mrs. II. 0. .Smith and chll dren visited Dr. nnl Mrs. F. II. Smith .it Taint l.lck Sunday, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherman Robinson and children of Richmond visited Mr. nnd .Mrs. Crlt Robinson Sunday. Mrs. It. C. llolnn, Mrs. Sam Davis nnd daughter, Miss Lorninc, were in Lancaster shopping Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. ilennett Hoop nnd children nnd Miss Klile Roon. of I'nint Lick visited Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Hoop Sunday. Mr. John Smith and family, of Lowell, have moved to their home near Cnrtersvllle, which they recent ly purchased from Mr. C. S. Robin .Mrs. C. S. Jloop is An son. ARTFUL USE OF CHECKS G000L0E & WALKER BROS. GARRAGE AT CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR :Ruti?! HSU One of the many buildings at the Cantonment which will be tom down In order that the lumber and other materials used In construction may be utilized elsewhere. dale of Camp Za chary Taylor, If one wishes to go to the further ex at amnion, beginning Monday, April penaw of applying steel lathe on the on the lathe, 'Si, the cost of building material will sides nnd putting stucco an artktlc, thoroughly modern home - reduced In Inuch draxtlc maimer that could 1h had for a mere fraction of Ilia many who huve for several years what It would cost were It not possible punt been living In uncomfortable and to secure this Oo eminent pnHTty at crowded conditions, becnuso of the oiio's own price, at auction. tJiortagc of homes, will bo enabled to Tho irale will begin on Monday, April procure, at their own price, all mite-ri- al .25, and continue until all of Uie 2,UJ necessary for building. bandings nod 2,(MO irn of land are Many million feet of lum- - dlaposcd of. Needle to My, this will mlecLod for the construction be an abftolute ante, and the (lovem- ber of this Cantontnont, and It was subject- me-n- will reecrve nothing hut will dis ed to the most rigid Inspection. Hav- pose of It all to the highest bidder. ing been exposed to the weather for There nre many stable, creosote) only a sJiort time. It is practically ax water troughs nnd cresosoted fence good as new, and for rough construc- pot that should, particularly appeal to tion work and outdoor purposes on Uie the fanner, who can purchase thrra at farm or in the building of n home. It hut own figures. will answer every purpose that lumber The putting of Uits raammothVan- frenh from, the mill loe, and will tonment on tlie market for sale at doubtlm sell for considerably lest auction will do much to lower the cost saoney. of building. The original cost of The same U true) regarding the buildings and land comprising the Can plumblag and heatJnr equipment that tonment was J 10,000.000. It will be was used at Uie caiup. This will be sold for Just what it win bring at aucHold In small lota so Uiat the small tion. A sale of this magnitude has buyer will bo In as good a position to ( never tefore been ,held In Kentucky, take advantage of these bargains as , and it offers an unparalleled opporthe large bnyer who Is able to buy tunity to those desiring 'to purcluue several carloads. building material of every dettcriptioa. The 2,000 buildings will bo offered The taxpayers who furnished the one at a time, and tho successful bid- money to build Camp Zachary Taylor der win liaTC 100 privilege of buying will have an opportunity hero to profit , one or more of the particular typ of . by the irale of the land and btxlMIng building upon s1ibrli he made his bid. material, wldch will be sold at auction Many of the 'buildings will require by the Lnulavlllo Ileal Estate and but the addition of a porch nnd a re--' Company, of Lnutwlllc, who arrangement of the Inside partitions to i will serve as tales agents for the War ! make theun comfurtahlo home, wtdle Department. Kdwin I. Morrow has (Sovernqr appointed W. S. rlligerald, a prominent Democrat, of Danville, to a high IntionS. position with the Kentucky Racing last Commission. The portion The local chnpter of the V. C. T, during the racing reason and conU. asks us to print the following tinues 100 days from April 2.1rd. statute Roverlng Sunday violations It is understood that the salary is Sec. 1321, Kentucky Statutes-Sun- day $ in a day with nil expensrs paid. Somerset Journnl. work other Ihnn work of charity prohibited N'o work or busl School ness shall he done on tle Sabbath day, except the ordinary househoh One of the most enjoyable home offices, or other work of necessity talent piny that has been staged or charity, or work required In(the here In some time wns the one at maintenance or opernt'on of a ferry, the School Ahditorium last Thursday! skltT or steamboat or steam or street night under the direction of Miss railroad. If any person on (h Sab. Huth Carrier. bath day shall himself be found nt Knch nnd every one of the cast his own, or any other trade, or sell played their parts like veterans and Ing, or shall employ hfs apprentices, nre worthy of the 4iany congratula or other person. In labor or other tions that they received. business, whether the same be for The proceed of this entertainment profit or amusement, unless such ns went to the Library fund. Is permitted above, he shall be fined not less, than 12.00 ror more Ihnn IfiO.OO for each offense. Persons The following was hnmled us by a who are members of n religious so ciety, who observe as n Sabbath any little baseball fan: Our grade is proud at our little other day in the week than Sunday, shall not be liable to the penalty, base ball team we have made up. prescribed In this section, if they WV played the sixth grade Tuesday a observv ns a Sabbath ore day .n each evening and we bent tli"in by score of i to 3. We played them the othc,r seven ns herein provided. day nnd they quit on us; we were V Special prices on Paint, Whila to li in the Inst Inninir. with a man Lead, l.lntrrd Oil and Turpentine, on second and Juit otie man out. Here the Jine up of our team: You cannot afford to milt this. James Hryjtit. catcher; Fisher An Conn Hro. ilersun, pitcher; Clayton Ijiwhoii, lit "Live and Let Live Folks. base; Ileattie Denny, 2nd. bate; Ceorge Hagan, .'Inl. base; J. W Letcher. llroun, short stop; Robert Davidson, llenjnmin Letcher, who recently tenter field; Frank tiulley, right II. Hrown, left field. Fher died in i Louisville, son of the late field; A. Dr. Joe P, Letcher, wnw born In Dan' Anderson is captain of the team. ville H2 years ago and is survived by FOR SALE his sister, Mrs. K. J Owsley, of this STATUTES Govering Sunday Vio Gets Job. T. --TO ClissIM Ctdimn RATE-- 1 Singlfclntertlons Ic a word No ad taken for let than 20c In this column. No ad In Ibis column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone order .must be paid promptly. Hih Play. FOR HA LK: July - potatoes at $1.C0 per bunhel at my residence, in Nina. Ky. Phone 3GI-F- . W. 1, Prnthcr. J Five room Hunga-loFOR RKNT: on Danville street. Apply at w premltes. (ieorge Smith. I am standing a Registered Jersey Raleigh No. Iluir, Hanging Fork, 187,018 at $3.00. J. K. Sander .) Hubble, Ky (2.17-12-pd- Fifth Grade Team FOR SALKi 10 black Lang-tha- n pullets anil two young rooitcr. R. P. Hrown, HryanUvllle, Ky FOR SALK: Three extra nice for Shorthorn bull calves. Ready service. Price right Phone 346.H (). T. Layton. (t.7-2- t pd.) Benjamin FOR SALK: Good white oak, fencing, gate slats, boxing and framing any length detlred. Ky. Mike Rogys, 4t.pd) (2-17- FOR SALK: My home place on WcM city. Hen Letcher descended from nn old and illustrious family that came from Virginia in the early days of Store Room And Mer- cantile Stand. The 0 tirranl Hank & Trust Co, as assignee of J. K. WMttcd offers for sale privately. The residence, store room and mill, the property coming to the control of the undersigned as assignee of J. K. Whitteil. This property is located at Nina, Garrard Co., ami is one of the very best country mercantile stands In Central Ken tucky. The stock of goods will also be sold privately. If you are interested in a good money making proposition see us nt once. We will also se.ll privately the small farm of about thirty acres situated near Nina. This It a fertile convenient small farm with new dwelling on the pike, rich sand stone lnnd. street. Stanford Termi liberal (3-- 2 improved Haydcn Leaved Rhode pure-bre- d In Ui I BeT--I J u kilu-drle- d t A plain skirt In black and white wool that refuses to hide It check erei career behind plaits, is nevertheless artful In the management of tucks that sro cleverly placotl uliove the hem. Tbee tucks nre rounded off at one side and h large Mark and white button on each one cults nttteh-tlo- n to its lioxel ending. Use of Metric System Spreading. The tnrtric t.feiu has Imhii (ifflrlil. 'ly adopted by 33 countries nnd Is used to a greater or lews extent in .w. Loyalty. Tliat loyally, burning bright and true to the last spark' of life, that welcome on which n man can count than on any human love Indeed, there Is no secret In a man's love for a tlog. howexer we may wonder at the dog' love for the man. It. P. Ultrr In the riitnry Magaxlne. Dog more-suret- Clock. What Is probably the oldest alarm clock In America, made In America, dates bark to pre-It- c volutlnnary times; nnd Has made by Jonathiui Wood of Philadelphia. The clock tins but one hand, that telling the hours, which Into nre In Unman numerals, four sections, IS minute apart, so that It Is iHisolble tf estimate the time within two or tlir rplriute ajler a little practice. The time and alarm are both operated by weight. d Your Spring House Furn ishings Are Here. How many times have you heard the housewife say: "Oh, what's the use cleanintr house with all this it looks old furniture and rujrs, for when I just the same. If I could only irct some new furniture and rujrs it would lie a pleasure to clean house." We have made it possible for you to have these new pieces at a very small cost. Our line consists of the following: jjet-thru REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES, OIL STOVES, SELLERS CABINETS, LINOLEUM, MATTING, RUGS, RUGS, PARLOR SUITES, BEDROOM SUITES, DINING ROOM SUITES, PORCH FURNITURE AND CON-GOLEU- M FLOOR LAMPS. In fact we have home complete. everything to furnish your TRIBBLE & PICKETT FURN. CO. "Danville's Largest Furn. & Rug Store." Films. films nre UMiatly de- i by being wound veloixil In around w(Mxlen fraine and then low CUNNS CHAPEL ered Into Mate taiiks containing the developer. Tiien they ore taken to Mr Karl Holmnn of the V. S. Army tlie drying wfumber, whfre they are wound urouiid huge wiHiden drums is expected home soon. Mr. John purchased a calf which art) made to revuhe by means of electric twiner In n big from Mr. A. C. Miles price $20. Ing ivtuhllhmeiit miles of tlluis can Mr. Joe Davis purchased a cow lie dried In the coiirM) of a few from Mr. Cnpe Vincent for C0. hours. Mr. W, It. Hay spent Sunday with Revolutionary Arm- - Uniform. Mr. and Mrs Prentis Walker In LanAt the cloe of tin; ll.n.luUonry caster, war the uniform of the American Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Chnndler of troops retained In servlii i lively fol- vf the Infantry Lancaster nre here for a few days lowiil tlie Krencii. that being blue feced uith while, and with relatives the urtlllery blue filial reI. At Misses Ilermce nnd Ileuie Teuler that time (bene Wife Hie mily two entertained u number of young arms In the compililiii of the army. friends Sunday. letter cavalry who uMel. wearing Mr. Den Humphrey I Improving. green coats with white fining, wldch soon uftvr chuiiged 10 bimk. Silica He wn In Richmond to consult Dr. the nriny (ilbjon lust week. thut llino the uiilfurtno ..neb of can be divided Into Miss Alice nnd Mr. Cllbert Curtis, which dales liuck to il.e i lute if ouo visited Miss Mary of of the wars. Lee Kurtt Sunday. School opened here last Monday Latin Words In Our Language. people wha under the management The Ndrtnan-Freucof Misses settled Kngtand cute to i'.ngllih-(wskln- g Thelma Simpson and lleulah May. peoplo seteral thousand Mr. and Mr. Hughy Moberley words wlih a few alteration. Then, at the Revival of liirnlng. a still nnd daughter, Mr. nm' Mr. K. II. Chandler werV guest of1 Mr. and larger number of Latin words cam Mrs. Harvey Teater Saturday night Into our language. 11m Ijtiln wurd facllls became facile; the wont tutlo and Sunday, apiHrared as nation; the wont opinio as opinion; the verb sopuniium aa Neither Lenlne nor Trotiky, the separate; attd ao on with thousand! two dominant figures In Rus-I- a toof other word. And, since thit time, day, is a Hutilan. Lenin ( of new Latin word have been coming German origin, and Trotiky a Jew, yearly lnt our language and settling there.-j-'r- ont The Art of WrtUog who has pcnt much of, hi life In America. Kugllsh." . Motion-Pictur- e Motion-pictur- e lllm-prlut- the settlement of Kentucky. The I. etchers ranked high morally, social ly and Intellectually, becoming the political and social leaders in that section. About 42 years ago the subject of this sketch went from Lexington, Ky to New York City, where he was successful engaged in the Mer c.mtite business until a short time be fore his death. He wns married to Miss Mary Anderson, of Louisville, a lovVly woman and devoted wife, who sur vives him. Moth were consistent members of the Kptrcopallan church. No man wns more loved and re spected by those who knew him. He was honest, upright and sincere in all hi dealings. 'His friends admir ed him for his attractive personality, hi lovely disposition nnd S genuine hospitality. His many good deeds tt the strug gling younr men whom he assisted nnd hi generous gifts to the poor and lonely will long be remembered by the beneficiaries, but no one ever heard him mention his generosity. His modesty and gentleness kept him from parading virtues. lien Letcher was a genticninn' of the old school, courteous, kind, af fable; n man whom everybody cbuld love anil admire; a man without an enemy, who loved his friends ardent- for whom he would mnke any sacrifice. A good citizen has gone to his re ward and we shall miss him, yet we have the pleasant memory of a delightful companion, a lovely charac ter, a courteous gentleman. Itiand Red Hggs frMV S. C. H. I. Reds, $1.00 per IC. setting of Phone K. W. 40-- Mr. Perkins, Hryantiviile, K Fifteen Harrcd Rofk Kgg. II 00 Flock inspected nnd O. KM by Mr Chapln, Specialltt in poultry, LexingMrs. T. I). O'Hearn, ton. Ijincaster, Ky Two good horses, FOR SALK: one cow. Sell on twelve months time with good note, six per cent. Wm. Catey, Ijincaster 1 FOR SALK: Milch cow, well Oarrard Hank Assignee, & Trutt K Co., Whitted, J. W. Klraore. Cashier. J. K. Roblnion, Attorney. J. bred Jersey, gentle, good milker, about four years old, with young calf. If you war.t a gooij milch row e, J. K. Roblnicn. , Sell-Oil- , Crease, Paint. Specialties. All or What You Going To Call'em? "Legisladies" It -- nrw word, coin ed for women member of Legisla tures. It will bo dividrd, vTr Imagine into various classe. ns "I.egitmat- "l.eglichick-ens,- " rons, "l.egitmalds, "Lcgittlappvrs," etc. You can make your own classification. All you need for n start a In mott walks of life, is "Leg." Cynthlana Democrat. part time. Commission have car or rig. Samplrs d free. lt-p- Write for the profitable terms. Rlvertlde Hefilning Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. HUFF LF.fillORN KCOS: From the best strain of layers, from the Springfield, Ohio HatcheryMy Kggs J 1.00 hen have proven this. for IS, at my home. Rl '.. Price, Paint Uck, Ky.. R. No. 2 - It Use Moorman mineral mixture if kept before your hog it will put you Some people are ao contrary they $2.00 In your pocket for the one you nre always looking for (he wont nnd invest in it. I am working In fiar getting the best. rnrd, Lincoln iind Itovle counties, Mil Cranflll, Versailles, Ky. Ordinance. 1L An ordinance to prohibit the open ing or running of I'ool Rooms wi certain hour at nlgbt: He It ordained by the City Council f the City of Lanrattitr, Ky., that it shall be unlawful to run or keep, open any pool room in the city of tanattcr, Kentucky, between the hours of 11 o'cIotUP, M. and 0 o'clock A. M. Any one violating this ordinance shall be fined not less than twenty dollars ($20.00) nor more than one hundred dollars, ($100.00). This ordinance vrll have full force and effect on nnd after It publication. J. M. DUNCAN, Mayor Attested Patsy Ant'irton, Clerk. We are selling good cheap: Oliver Cultipackers $80; Oliver Cultivators $65; Oliver Riding Plows $50; Oliver Corn Drill $10; Oliver Disk liar rows $5'J; J. M. Der Corn Drills $40; wire fence 78ck; poultry fence 80cU.; barb wire $5, Ice cream freei ers $G; Refrigerator $20. Many goods at coit, but little rent to pay J. It. Mount A Company !. ilry-'itvil- ltf, 1 (let busy, keep busy. Is your Job Is It permanent? You want a life long business? You can get Into such a business, selling more than 137 Wntklns produce direct to farmers If you own auto or team or can get one; If you are under CO and can give bond with personal Wo back you with big sureties. Public selling helm fi'J In lm.ln.oa. 20,000,000 user of our products. A administrator with the will an Write for information where you can J. It. Watkln Co., nexed of James Lltterell, deceased, Bt territory. Department 111, Winona, Minn. it will sell on the premise of the (4 late James Lltterell, on tho Poor Jtidge Pike, about 10 mile from Lan Notice Claims. caster, Kentucky, on .FRIDAY, I APRIL 15, 1021, at 2:30 P. M.,j All person having claim against o clock, all thu personul property the estate of J. K. Whitted, ntlgned. left by said James Lltterell, constat are notified to file the same properly ing of household and kitchen furni proven according to law on or before ture, one horse nnd one cow. May Jt.th 1J21 with the undersign-- d TERMS) r, assignee, or its attorney in Made known on day of sale. Ky. (iARRARI) HANK it TRUST CO., Garrard Hank & Tiutt Co., Administrator with the will annexed AIgnee, J. E. Whitted,' of JAMKS LITTERKLL, DecM. J. W. Klmoro, Cothior. J. E. Robinson, Attorney umafet Sale Of a rersonai rroperty. For I.an-caste-