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16 PAGES SECTION 1 LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 24. 1919. THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 17 BOOZE STOLEN From Basement Of Po lice Court 1'oom. "Tlio sad'.cst word of lunguo or Vtn, tin- saddest yet" is to have your bcore itulcn, when there i no wny tu replace It or a elue left n In tha milltv nnrtle. Last itaturdny night some cue broke the lock of the Joirl leading to the baieme'il of thu 1 1. lice Court Room iinJ iipproriiat a eighteen quart of "01. 1 Taylor and iiuilo a clean getaway. The robbery of the Patterson r I Jrnco a few week ago, when about Sl.OOP wnt tiuen, crcaltd suim ex eltemcnt, but. the Inking ol eighteen HunrU of "Old Taylor" and still no nriests or clue, people arc beginning to think if it wouhl'nt be wise tu n ploy a night-watchman, if the rob lien are now turning their attention u'bovie only. The Klitabcthtoun Ncw says that h case of whiskey was stolen from the County Judge's office t there lat week, and lhat nobody there U above suspicion. If whiskey Is considered property, and with "Old Taylor" selling In tome localities nt $12.0(1 a quart, the guilty party, If taught might have to spend the rent of hU days in solitary con fincment. LOST; A new tarpaulin last Thursday, between Lancnster and lluckeye. Iteward if returned to tin. office or, V?' II. Culley, 24 -t-d lainrastcr H. .1. Harrodsburg Fair Next Week. A good crowd from Garrard county will attend the llnrrodsburg Fair which beglm at that place next Tues day July 2Uth. Weber's famous band will furnish the music and splendid premium ate offered in every ring. Read the advertisement on the back page of this Issue and go over and spend a delightful day with the best people on earth and enjoy one of tin lxst fairs in the state. Y Mr. Brown Still In Business. Mr. John N. Ilrown who is the state supervisor for the JelTcrson Standard l.lfe Insurance Comuiny, withes htf friends to know that he is still c n nected with this reliable compuii,, and Mr. I'eddicord will represent the company as its local agent. A, notice of this a few issues ago left the pression on some of our readers that -Mr. Ilrown hail severed his connectlo with the company, an error we ch to correct. Democrats Read This. Do you know and do you realise that W, II. Hoys, Chairman of the1 National Itepublican Committee, whoi jays that Woodrow Wilson is u bar, that the League of Nations is an AniLriran disgrnre, and that the con ference at Versailles is an nbortion that this foul-mouthed head of hia party in the Nation is writing to the Kighth Kentucky District Republi cans, uirfi'ii them to vol i' for uunt,- Swupc and against Judge Hardin in the special election for Congress next Saturday? He tells them ta at least .i. i t r..l... i- remice me ueniocmue .m.jo...y . the 8th district, so that the renubll-l cans will be encouraged to win In this Stale this fall and in the Natior next jei.r. Edwin 1'. Moirow, who is Just as much an enemy of Woodrow WiIjuii and the League of Nations, ami Just us much u backer of I'enrose, Lodge i.iiu Sherman, is writing urging them i do the tame thing, "so as to nuke certain" he says,' "our vict iry in November". Doesn't it require su preme gall to ask u good eltiten to vote for any sort of a lepublicnn over any kind of a Democrat for r:ri reasons, and for Congress, this year? Isn't it ulmost an insult to the intelli gence ot even a Kentucky republican? You don't hav3 to bo a good lUiuo Clat; you have to be only u hnlfwny .good citiien, and if yoiraic, you will hurry to your regular voting place .Saturday, August 2nd, and Nip roll up mill a majority for Judgj Hardin as will put the Klglith Kentucky Dis trict's intelligence and patriotism in the proper light before the res', of the world. Kxchange. ..Far Sale At Once. Oae nice two year old Jersey and HflUUin Heifer with her first, calf one week old Fine prospectr for a good milk cow To see her is to buy her Trice 176. if taken at once. Illce and Pelphoy, I'hono 347-A. It. lluckeye Tike, Hs!HsiHHHHsllllllHsHs9PlisBV II!-H -DV "iM1. 1 ! V "pt nRlH-ir KHAHyH BLI- (lkM'HMF1MK' i HOW LANCASTER LOOKS Two Farms At Auction Next Tuesday. the Itilry Won farm on Lexington pike ha, Lcrn subdivided into two . witn . we ng ami may acres w.,n mam dwelling iind two tobacco barns, A'la u number of tracts fronting on I.oxington pike. This rale will take plaru rain or shine. See ud in this 1st ue. SWINEBROAD SELLS! . I and i)irket.icn enjoyed a de- dUSt AS Advertised. 'rightful swii.imliv party mo moon- light pun'c at Dix P.lver l'Lily On July 2lt, Swinehroad, our'0"""' local real estate man sold the Goggin j j, j,ar-ret molt -.1VC a farminI,uU.,litountyatnuct.on to:!lth.,ul ,lUe a;u.rnoo pilf... , ur '""" Kin the 22nd at the auction sale of the Theo Ctt,.n farm. In thi, county Ten. uenuren j.urcnaseo m.i acres ai iou per acre, Irn Cotton a tract of 37 3-4' acres nt J 172.00 an acre and a tract' of ni) 1-2 acres at $15.00 jkt acre, the average on the entire farm was Jl"i.OO per acre sHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIBk ' ''asHHH STANLEY HERRON, M,s EliIaI)ilii tilblw ciUi.rUiri; ( with a most enjoyable dance on Wed Cited For ConSpicUOUS newluy evening at her suburban nome I in honor of Miss Carolyn Allen.of Bl'aVery. ' j Lagrange. Flowers, ftrns and u.lns idled the home througnou', aildini,' Kriendi of Stanley Herrou, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Luther Huron uf this leity. are Miy much elated nt the news! of honors being recently bestowed upon him, he being cited for eon- .picuous bravery at the Front, near ... ,. .. Kxtr.nont, France, in the Argonne onV.islvo, The following is a true ropy of the t.Jcr isrucd from headquarters of the Eixtcrntli Infantry, at Sellers, Lx.iruibii ; 'V . , i, i ,, tn? i I II HU OlULIU,V lll'llUI! Ut .11, I)., 10th Infmitiy. "Near Kxcnnent. France, October i". 15)18. For conspicuous brcviry dis- played durinu the firs( Argonne Of-lwi, fn.ivn Thro.iennut this -nuro. ment. he was ever in a Imardous po-, Mo,e th,n ,ift' Kue,,' Mere I'resent. rdtlon. Leing nttjiched to a front com-j M, M:, Ml)0rc Crutcll(,r f ,ny a,.d dlrtlngu shed himself ny ' (;eowtownnU.r,nillc, at u Kin' hi, li.elcs. ellort. to attend to and , Cr1) 0rchlrJ a f vye, .vacuate all the wounded f.o. .he n of front hi... each of wbon, were,, (i )m, M , fc , nf brouEht out tidier heavy uaehlnn gun tt.eowtmuli lfh iou (,n and art. lrry fire at nsU ..f hi. own , , benutifuMy d.corat.,. the life. His utter .L.regard for his mvn , eoW h,.,(, ,H:ronl safety to care tor other. DrlMm ,(l ,.nJ bonbol wrt, ,-roved htm to he a uu, o eourane. , Mmd A fine , 1IUV1IIV lllOl ItrvuilUII U 4ll rt , ( if cur tuipasscd." lly order of Colonel Hnrrell' G. T. I'hipps, Captain, liith Infantry, Adjutant A trui Copy, K. U Say., Captain, M. C." . Seed Wheat. For Sale, 240 bushels of our" iced wheat, tisted GO "Marvel at the j thresher. Mr. O. U. Rote. lfruntsville, Ky, I'hone 3ujiama and Mary Moore Ciuchr. 7-24.3t-Hl. FROM AN AEROPLANE. Socials Of The Week. ' ,r- ni 'ru J Hoiuciaw en , tertalned lait Thursday in honor of f ''.o "! " ,,,'W'I, ,'Ui"' V ''uhtful time was spent. Mis, Angie Kinnalrd entertained Tucf , even , t her homp on Maple avenue with an informal dance in honor of her brother, Major Virgil Kinnalrd and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Wood I'nri.tide, Mr mill Mrs Wnflit 1 lirlrcrsiifi M . Liicill l.urkey, Jlary tnd Carrie Uti.l ) fourtl.,.n uf ller fren,., , lon()r of ,u.r hole MIm Kliraueth West, t of c,tttlail j Te.:il-. Uefr-,hn.ent Were sereo and cro,uet was tno ...... ot .,.,,. Jlr, t Cook emcrtulned with a beautiful luncheon, romulimentarv 'to Major and Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird, 'on Thursday evening nt her home on ' the Danville pike. The houe and ,t:ble had for deconttions lovely sum mer (lowers. A delirious menu was ferved. Miss Alberta Alidrrson gavj Jill enjoyable twilight picnic in h-nor of Misa Harry Kinnaird, on Wednesday evc"hmg Mrs. I'attie Andeiioii chaperoned the crowd. A mxl de lightful lunch had been prepare I by. the host and a pleasant time spent nt the river Miss Marlha Ward Sweeney enter tained six of her girl friends in honor of Mlfi Harry Kinnaird. Delightful refreshments were served and two happy hours spent together. Thue 1 present were Misses' Mayme Stapp, 1 averne Diekerson, Virginia Beit- 1 ley. Thelma Hamilton and Jj.liti James Daniels, ! much to the beauty of the patty. The htttcs was assisted In entertaining by her mother, Mrs. Luther Gibbs. Uei and cnke were nrved. One of the prettiest events of the past week was the lawn party given by Misea Kate anil Lillian Kinnaird, for their charming neice, Miss Harry Kinnaird, of Middlcsboro. Artistic nrrangements of flowers, plants, fe'in and Japamse lanterns added to the beauty of the home and the oc casion. The hostesses were assisted i:i entertaining by Misses Marguret Hughes and Helen Klixnbeth Sprague, at the frnppe bowl, ' cali', ttn, bonbons were served, , ..! ,1M, ..,..,.-.,1 good time had. Mist Crueller Was tu-tUted by Mica Ollie Williams and ah -hcscuc had a pleasant evening. Those pres. , cut were Miss Kmlly Quilling and Mr. ' lUn Quilling of Georgetown, Mini Annie Laura Singleton of Kipgstown S. C, Misses Josephine llurnside, .Mayme anil Lucille Stapp of Lam-ar- ter, Virginia and Shields Fricheicon, Springs Hotel, Martha Wallace and Curtis Kins Cover. Ohio Tv WIU Interior Journal. LOOKS LIKE ARROLLi Issues Letter of Appre- Says Tom Cromwell In J ciation and Encour Sunday's Enquirer agement. Clv-rs Straw Vote la 37 Counties. In hist Sunday's Enquirer, Tom Oomwi II, one of the most aitutc politirnl prognosticators In the ?ule, travc a rerult of n straw vote tn'xen trim H7 counties, rives Judge Car roil n lend of C.770 votes. While he fnys the leturns trom all over the state are not complete, yet those from the counties heard from indicate that Carroll will win. Ht nays: "The 87 counties from which es limitei have been received give n li.nl of fi,775 to Judge Carroll ovel Gov.- James D. Illack, and the vote accorded to I. J. Noel, of llarrods burg. Is so minor that he scarcely can be censidcred to be a factor In the luce. The 3.1 counties not reported are Italian) and Hickman, Fint congress ional district; Hancock, Hopkins, Mc Lean end. Webster, Second; Allen, Lnfrnn ar.d Warren Third; Hardin, If I -! ,V.. 1. 1 ,1 I "'"'"" ! ampue i ami Kenton, S xth; Lee, beventh; Casey. ,.o ugoniery, .om, Kowan an.l If 1 .. fc"f . 1 - I s . L '"J - and Owsley. Tenth and Clay, Monroe unii i.uvKrusLie. r.ievenin. The estimators say there will be cast in Louisville and Jefferson coun ty, otherwise the Fifth congressional district, approximately 18,000 votes, i r. . i . i . i .Hi't tiuit Currol will rereive !,000 more than illack. In the II counties reported from the First district. Carroll is accorded a plurality of 1,350 and in the four reporteil counties of the Second dis - trie t. a plurality of l,.ri00 is seen for Carroll. The seven reported counties of the Third district give Illack a plu rality of 875. The ten counties heard from in th! Fourth district ac cord Carroll .I50 more than Ill.uk. The six counties in the Sixth dis trict showing estimates give a plur ality of 1,000 to Carroll, while the 11 counties reported in the Seventh dis trict accord the Chief Justice 5,400 more than the doveinrr Illack has pluralities in the remain ing four districts. The Kighth, seven counties in, accord 2,275 to him; the Ninth, eleven counties reported, 1,- 250; the Tenth, ilx counties reported, 2,100; nnd the Kleventh, 12 counties reported. 2,825. REVENUE OFFICES Change August 1st. Fiv Zonss n Kentucky To Con olidated Wile A Bi t Louix. vitte Osiiville Loses Col lrrtor.x WASHINGTON, July 17.-Vst in- crease in the wjrk ot the lluict.ii of Internal Revenue has brought about reorganization cf the entile tax col. lection service, tljulls of which were announced toda..' by Comr.in.Mi.ner Roper. Each state, with the excep tion of Nevada, will be made 'i sen-ir ate collection district and permnrent personal service headquarters will bi estublirhed in every important city to furnish blanks and advice to taxpay-, tsra as to how they may fulfill their obligations to the government. Ten collection districts are abol ished, effective August I, being con- salidatcd with other districts to per mit the recreation of ten new dis tricts in stntes which heretofore have not had keparate districts Creation of the new districts will date from the appointment and confirmation of the collection in each.' The five districts in Kentucky lire consolidated to permit the establish ment of separato collection districts in the states of Arizona, Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. The Collector's office for the State of Kentucky will be at Louisville, Under the new arrangement Dan-1 villa will loso the office of Collector of Internal Revenue, now held by Judge John W. Hughes, but it is be-' lieved one of the principal deputies wilt be placed in the Government building ihere. Buys Boyle Farm. Mr. Steve Hill, one of our most progressive and prosperous farmers has Just purchased a fine farm in Uoyle' county and will get possession January 1st 11)20. The farm was sold through the I. M. Dunn Company of Danville and Is said td be very productive and Ideally located on the Shakertown pike five mile from Dan ville. It contains 335 acres and the price paid was $250.00 an acre. 'GOVERNOR BLACK Kentucky's Governor Issued the following messago of encouragement nnd appreciation of the moonlight school tenchrrs anil those who are fighting to wipe out Kentucky's illit eracy before the census of 1020 is taken: "While the countries of Kurope re late their Industries, it is our priv ilege in the United States to rehabiV build their ruined cities and rehabiii-itate-the lives of our fellow citizen. One of the most necessary nnd most noble of reconstruction tasks is ti teach all those who are unable to read und write. We must do th':i be fore lie Commonwealth and the na tion can make great ndvancemer. The ln.ehers and citizens of LVi tucky lire pioneers Jn this movement, which tue 'nov become nation-w.de' nnd has tven beentadopted in ot'ie cotinliic.'. The movement which they nave ao unselfishly foit? e,'. dc naiu' :1 e best that is .n as nil ut . '' " tm tilm. w,(., th hl,t 1)tlt(l , of ( cnJ(lt, mu.racy , Kl,ntU(. I h iror the moonlight jc'-ooI teach c ,, 5et a w,Kn valuc upon the s!r. I vice which they are volunteering to , ,. , humnite an,l tn .h,. ..,.( - May that service enrich their own lives as much as it will bless their fellow-men and the great Common wealth of Kentucky, James D. RhirL' flnvnrnnr " I ,ruy jsth, lt10. - HinnF PARPHI I , JVUllC LAKKULL Speaks Here SatUl'daV. 1 Kvery Democrat in the county should turn .out to hear Judge John D. Carroll, candidate for the demo cratic nomination for Governor, spenk nt the court house here next Saturday. Friend of Judge Carroll are working hard for him in this county and .. -;ocd crowd is expected tc prect nim when he makes his first ..ppenrance before r. Garrard county audience. . , U. S. FLEET Ordered To Mexican Waters. The American I'acilic fleet, com manded by Admiral Hugh Rodman, n Kentuckian, and composed of 200 vessels, has been oidered to stiari to Mexico, anchor In several harbors and demaml satisfaction for outnevj ngainst United Stutes citizens und their property. More than 300 Amer icans have been slain and millions nf dollars' damage done to their prop erty by Mexicans, and Washington fears nn invasion will be the only means of restoring order and mak ing the country safe for foreigners. The situation is regarded as critical. f Pr !;iH-l JUDGE CHARLES A. HARDIN. Next Moruluy afternoon at two o'clock, County Court Day, Judtfu (Jharles a. Hardin, candidate for Congress, will ad dress the citizens of Garrard county in the interest of his race, the election to be held Saturday August 2nd. Judge Hardin is universally popular in Garrartl county and a splendid crowd will hear him on this day, as it will be his first address here during the campr.it;n. CITY PROPERTY In Great Demand And Several Fine Homes Sell. Some Important city real estate deals have been made during the past ten days, which shows that city prop erty Is In greater demand- than was ever known In Lancaster. Mr. H. Clay Sutton who" recently sold his farm on the Lexington pike for 300.00 on acre has purchased of Mr. James W. Smith hia handsome nnd elegant new home cn Maple I'vcnue, the prica being $10 000. This is on'e of the choicest homes in the city and was built by Mr. Smith nbout two years ago. Modern' in (.very respcet ar.d will make nn ideal heme for the new owner. Mr. J. W. Sweeney has Just closed 1 deal with Mr. J. I. Hamilton, sell in;; his home on Lexington street, to fether with eight acres of land, the price said to be near or about $15, 100. In tht deal Mr. Sweeney get the Jack Cox property on Danville street adjoining the farm of Mr. Sweeney. Mr. Sweeney hopes in the near future t- build nn elegant home on the site near this property. Mr. Green Clay Walker was kind enough to price his property to Mr. R. T. Peddicord last week nnd a trade was consumated In a few- minutes. This is a very desirable home and Mr. I'eddicord who together with Mrs. I'eddicord, j-nve recently moved Into our city, will get immediate posses It n. Price about $4,500 Speake Wheeler. C Mr. Talton K. Wheeler certainly put one over on his friends last week, when he quietly slipped off to Den ver, Colorado, and married bne of the prettiest girls that ever left Garrard county. On July 15th at the home of Rev. J. R. Rader, in Denver, Colorado he was quietly married to Miss Clodie Belle Speake, beautiful and attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Speake, formerly of this coun ty, but about two years ago moved to their present home in Hilltop, Col. Mr. Wheeler is the youngest son of Mrs. Doru Wheeler, of this county, and a brother of Drr Wheeler of this city and Messrs Joe nnd Sim Wheeler of the county. The happy couple will return soon to Kentucky where they will make their future home and also receive the hearty congratulations and best wishes of their many friends. The Burgln Baseball team went tu Paint Lick last Saturday and defeat ed the Paint Lick Blues, 3 to 1. Wanted A good man or several men to put up 500 rods of fence Woven Wire Fence. Want a good tence and will pay a good price. Phone 347-A Buckeye Pike. Rice and Pclphry, 7-24-2t.