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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
' 8 PAGES SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YEAR DON'T kinds of A. Phone A Peculiar Accident. Sctt-ml ilay ago the United State. dredge boat "Kentucky" wai dicdg. lug Kentucky river between Merit r ami Woodford counties when the crew encuuntereil u large tree in the water that they could not dislodgi Kvery other means failing to raise it the crew decided to place dynamite miles over the district in the interest under the trunk, but in placing the of the work. Several very fine new explosive it was, unnoticed, put under , church buildings have been erected one end of a big saw log. The boat j during the past four years and an then drew on" about 300 feet to be out other one will be built soon at Ilry of the lone of danger when the ex-1 anUville. The Centenary was more plosion occurred. The dynamite blew than successful in this district, and the saw log several hundre.l feet in j much of the credit for the great to the air an dit came duwn like growth and splendid work is due t huge bomb, nd first, on top of the I'r. Greer. cabin of the boat and bured a hole ' through it. fortunately n one was' TEATERSVILLL', KY. hurt. llarrodshurg Herald. Age red Resident Has Narrow Escape. "I was at my work, my limbs le- came numb, I gut duty mid faint, my ears seemed stopped up. I had been troubled will) gas on my stomach mid etere bloating after meals. Doc-i tors failed to help me. One dose ofi Mayr's Wonderful liemedy, recom-1 irended bv the corner druireist. nrov - ed a lift-saver to me. 1 am continu - ing with it with splendid results." It Is a simple, harmless preparation tfiat jemoes the eatarrlml mucus from tlit intestinal tract ami allays the In - Humiliation which causes practically nil stomach, liver mid intestinal nil- iiients, including nppeudieittx. One (lose will ioiivIiuo or money refund ed. It. K. MiitOHKUTS, Druggist. Lancaster, Kentucky, (ndv) Dr. Greer's Good Work. The followlng.taken from the Dan ville Messenger, will interest Dr. Greer' many friends here, Hev. C. II. Greer, presiding elder of the Danville Diutrict of the Metho dist Church, will soon complete his fourth year as presiding elder of this diutrict and under the law of his church, will be transferred to unothcr place when annual conference meets in September. He preached his last NUT READ THISUnless you want FIRST-CLASS GROCERIES MERCHANDISE Delivered To You OURS IS THE SERVICE STORE. We will appreciate an order. Just call 206 and we will Deliver the Yours anxious to please. T. No. 206. i rcrmon fur the locnl church yesterday .and it is with regret that the people of Danville gitc him up. Dr. Crier and his estimable family have endear ed themselves to everybody. The churches in Danville District have made wonderful progress under his administration. He has preached over 1100 sermons and traveled many I A. T. Sanders bought a mule from .Mote Davis Trice 17.r. .Mr. unci .Mrs. Flute Turner enter tained visitors from Richmond Sun day. .Mrs. 1. 1. Sanders and son Bur netii', of Crab Orchard were with relatives here last week. .Mr. ami .Mrs. Dine Long entertain td u number of friends Sunday in honor of Miss Iva Tenter. 1 Mrs. Snllie Sanders of Lancaster 1 "d Mrs. I'eachie Grow of Bourne "J'l'iit week end with Mrs. Mary A. , Sanders I Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson and! 1 daughter, Ju.init.1, Mr. and Mrs. Til-i ilea Hooter and daughter, Willie Iielle, Hunt last week end with Lex ington relatives 'Misc Inez Kay and IVachie Mnei .Sanders and Mr. 'John ICdd Luyton at-' tended preaching at Scotts Fork Sun day and were entertained at dinner l j Mr. and Mrs. Janus I. Sai.tlci. . Mr. mid .Mrs, Lewis Noel of Ilry nntsville. Mr. and Mrs . Henry San-j h-rs anl uttractivo little daughter,' Daisy Ilrooks of Hyattsville, wcrei ..-ii . , .. l.i mil! viruurs oi iir. anil .iirs. .ncte jiiii Sunday. PAINT LICK King Swope was In 1'alnt Lick, on Monday. LANCASTER, K Y., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY Scott & Son Campbell J, D. Wynn and wife nre visiting Jjirt Harve Uil'ton was at home for in Ohio. ja few days. His maiiy friends wil. Richard Davis has returned from c "' dd to know he is making good visit to his aunts in Miamisburg, O. wittl the Starrs Shaffer Co. .Mrs. W. K. Whitcomb is the guest Misses Kdna Gullcy of Winnipeg, of her parents, Itcv. and Mrs. C. S. Canada and Mary Drown of Lanca Kllis. tcr arrived Tuesday to be the ftueats Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Little have mov- f thu iMv" sis,cr' Mrs- D- A- ' cd to the farm vacated by their son, x"' Hubert. Ir- a"J -Mrs. I.eon I.edford nre in Miss Marie I.edford is the guc:t of ?hio. vi,fi,inc ,heir hui.hter. Mrs. Miss Christine Metcalf at Stanfoul I nn,e ?,l0"e,;lt ,Caml" this week. .Mrs. U H. I.edford are keepmp house Dewey Metcalf of Stanford was in Paint Lick Monday minglinj wilh old friends. Miss Geneva Log3don has returned home after a pleasant visit to her :nmt at l!r..ssfield. Miss Lulu Uuk has returned to her heme in Latonia after a pleaaut visit K.tlier Schuick of Mt. Caramel 111., to Mrs. ('. S. Kllis. , j3sl.s Allie Iiusscll Fish and Kliza- Miss .-a McWhcrter is in Londo.i't,'h Itral ' ami Wilton this week the guest of i " "' relatives and friends. MARKSHUKY .Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Shepherd and I son hate returned from a w;eks visit to ickitivcs in Ohio.' Itobert Little moved to Waynes burg this week where he will hate charge of, the graded school, Mrs. U. M. Burgess is in Danville this week. .Mr. llurgvs and children will Join her for the week end. Mrs, llervey has had as tier guests .Miss Allie llrown of Louisville and Miss Mattie Stephens of Danville. .Mrs. 11. J. Patrick and so' Hilly, have returned from u visit to Mrs. Joe Frisbie nt Hlooiiiiiigton Indiana. Protracted meeting began nt Kirks villi' Mo.i.lay night llruthi" Dawes of Ilrytintst ills is helping Brothel Kllis Mr. and Mrs. Underwood and Miss Cynthia Pruitt visited Miss Kdua Underwood ut the Gibson Hospital Sunday. .Mrs. Ia'hu llrown Inn resli-ned nslClurk motored to Lexington Sunday book-keeper at the Patrick and Conn I Gurage and gone to house-keeping at Mr. Wheelers. A. II. Wynn has returned from Harlan where he was called by the itrious Illness of Mrs. Wynu'i moth iv. Mrs. Howard. Street. lor tin in winie tl.oy ale away tju.tu a crown went to Wallace' Mill bathing Saturday fc'tci jn. Mis. U. M. l.ei.r ami daughters. Miss es Maiy and Alma, M its Urania u.'..t, Mrs. I.. 0. V.'oi ds and ih'Mro i, Miss.s Mary Mae ami F.lunbolli Wal'.tr and visitors, Mi.isos Gertrude Wallace and Mr. Culliver Dawes is expected to arrive home from France this week. The .Misses Speake of Mt. Hebron spent the week end with Miss' Stella Speake. Mrs. Morten Pollard and Mis Mite Sutton spent Friday, with Mrs. Mia Cecil ut Danville. Miss Rebecca Siler of Lancaster has returned after u visit to Miss Margaret Doty. Itev. J. W. P. Harvey of Harrods- burg will preach at the church the second Sunday in August. Mr. uiul Mrs. Ham Aldriilge wen hosts ut dinner Sunday for Mr. Sam Aldridge and family of Indiana, -Mr. Aldridgo and family of Ind., have been the guests of Mr, George Aldridge rnd family for tevcinl days. Messrs llobert and Leslie Clark, and Green Kstes, and Miss Virgie ""'I were guests of Mrs Maggie Cii ik. Mr. Morte. Pollard was knocked unconscious when he fell from n barn on which he was working one day last week. No serious damage resulting except a badly bruised body and sore limbs. 31. 1919. Lancaster, Ky. It is said by some of the patrons that Miss Walker is teaching a good school, at Rice Academy and mak the children toe the mark. This will I go hard for the little fellows who it is said have had their own sweet way so long and such a large scope of terri tory for a play ground. ' Mr. W. D. Marksbury was found in his room at the home of Mr. Joe I Skinner last Monday morning in an unconscious condition. A little later he was carried to the home of Mr. .1. W. Swope of Danville where, he re mains in a critical condition, tho nt this writing he is reported better. His illness is partly due to his advan ced age. cov Mrs. Abe Hurton spent from Wed nesday until Sunday with her mother in Madison. Mrs. C. M, Moberley spent part of last week with her daughter. Mrs. Johnson Speake. Mr. Otto-Dalley spent Saturday anil Sunday with his sister, Mrs. llob ert Whittaker. Mr. and Mrs, Huke Preston spent Thursday night with their daughter; Mrs. Taylor Holton. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Sanders mid little son, Charles spent Sunday with her inothei Mrs. Marsee. Hrothcr Anderson gate two very Interesting sermons at Scotts Fori; Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Harlin and two daugh ters, Miss Irene mid Cora spent Fri u. iy with Mrs, Silas .Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson mid Mrs. Speed Sherrow spent Sunday with .Mrs. Len Cobb and family. Mrs. Pete Hastey and little son, William spent Saturday night tind Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Fount I .ami. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kverett Anderson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Durham in Jessamine. Miss Inez Kay and Mr. John Kdd Luyton spent Saturday night and Sunday with her elster, Mr. James NUMBER 18. and all Goods. Sanders and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Matthews and Miss Nora Matthews spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Matthews and family. Our philosopher says: Everybody knows just exactly how scarce hen's teeth are, so they should give her grit to grind grain. Our philosopher says: A big fat bank account is a mighty fine thing to have, but a bunch of real close friends is safer when it comes to a pinch. Farmers Made $41,500. Three hundred and thirty two thousand pounds of wool were sold this season through farmers' pools In twenty counties in Kentucky. As the pooled wool was marketed ut 1- 1--cents per pound above the regular price of 50 cents, the farmers re ceived about $41,500 more than un der ordinary marketing conditions. Sage Advice. Hank Dimes mijh: Think tw'ce be fore -peaking, tlirlco before writing and four limes before flgutlns. Co lumbus l)lpatcli. Making All Unreal. Insincerity In a man' nwti htart must make all Ids enjoyment, all that ivit'i'riis h'm. ii ii i in I ; mi II, nt Ids I whole life miM mtiii like a merely j tlniinatlc r pre nf-iilnn. Ilawtlwrne. Mountains Get Meetings. The Farmers' Community Mtet ings nre being scattered otir llw State quite generously. To ilate meetings havo been held in Whitley. Hell. Itockcastle, McCreary, Waiie, Green, Mercer, Lincoln, Taylor in d Marion counties. Hy August the eleventh meetings will have visited Bullitt, Washington, Nelson, Henry, Curroll, Oldham, Boone, Owen and Kenton. The week of the eleventh will close the meetings in the eastern end of the State with Johnson, Law rence, Pike, Mason, Lewis and Flem ing counties on the schedule.