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BERT SOPER (TOBACCO SALES POLITICAL FRONT LINE SPEAKING Called To The Great! Vote held btate Monaco, Gives $500. to the Dem- STOPPED IN N. C. EXPERIENCES! MRS. FULTON SAYS DEMOCRATS Beyond. ocratic National Cam- Floyd Swope Writes Growers up In Arms 'ot Will BeKin To Boil SEX MUST OFFSET IT. OF paiji;n Fund. The remains of Mrs. J. H. Soper, Here Monday. of the Fifty Per Cleveland Paper Of who pasicd uwny at her home in IIAKUODSM'IU;, KY. -- Danger of (inrnird county politicians will tleton, Colorado, last Thursday, were the vote of negro women unless it is Says Nation's Destiny It At Stake. Cent Drop In Some of His War next brought to Itichmond for interment offset by innings in of white women was hnve He-caus- e j J Lit- Kxperiences. of tin "Cle. eland Driller" a monthly magazine issued by the employer of the Cleveland Twist Drill Company, of Cleveland Olilo, conr tains mi interesting article of u boy's experience on tin front line which we nre irl.nl to ritid anil reproduce It says. We have tend iiml heard so much about th.- - Great War that most of u are pretty well "fed up" on it now, .nut besides ucr, thank tin war A copy l.an-cnttrEd-ito- Prices. their REFUSE TO SELL, FORCING MARKETS TO CLOSE. A report from the tlrcelivillc papers of the past week has the following to say relative to the tobacco markets being CMwe-- l in the state and the heavy slump in prices. "Tob.icco growers in eastern North Carolina are up in arms because of n fifty per cent reduction in prices for the opening ila) us compared with (ireenvllle warehouses meeting lust year (o.! were closed shortly ttfter opening r However, my good friend the otirli when It l reported the of the Driller Ink asked me to angry farmers refused to ullow the tell ahout my tirst time "Over the sales continued Sales were also disTop" So, there you nre continued at Farinville and Ayden, I served with the "Devil Dogs" or ville, and Mr S (I Castillo, of llur- ml the larger market remained open Murines of the Second Division. A. K. though the price slumps caused a lot gin Oth Machine (!un Bat- of the week to be hauled back home I' 15th The special grand jury at Coving talion and many indignation meeting were ton. Kv.. in a report made to the I am one of the few lucky fellows held Court there held that bitumi who served on the dltfrrenl fronts, The moemelit to organize for Federal nous coal price in excess of $6.00 a in ami enme through without being Hen olding for fair prices continues to mines are unreasonable, woumleil, gassed or Mlleil "knock gum headwa und recently Johnson ton at the of Justice was nd- on wood " county farmers joined Wilson and the Department Ised, The telegram wild the Dis I will never forget my first time Vance county tobacco growers in the The death of Mrs. Mary F.liznbcth "Over the Top." We were ordered organization of n Stute-wid- c and trlct Attorney would direct that ac tion be taken under the Dunn, wife of Hen Dunn, at her home tn get nd of nil unneceisury baggage South-widorganization to take step and to get automatic putoU otf of for holding tobacco otf the markets. ing act against certain operators in near llurna Vista last Monday night Kastern Kentucky has cast a gloom over that commun- lead men. If necessary, an our maWilson, the largest bright leaf mar it a well us among thoe who knew heavy, and ket In the world, opened with a mil chine gun equipment ami loved her. rifle caught in hushes ami small lion pounds on hand in its six wareShe had only been sick a week and tree. I had a rifle, iu I was trained houses. Seemingly the price has death wns Machine dropped out and at noon the grower with Infantry, hut put In .$142. A not until a day before her in danger. she thought to have been (iun Company at the front At this held a In the court but septicemia developed and the end time, tarly in June, we were short on lioune and adopted resolution catling came suddenly trained Machine (iunners. I had to on the tobacco farmers of the State She was a daughter of Mr. and hell lire, to keep their tobacco at home until learn, practically under Henry Ford has announced that Welt, I had to net a piitol, no hav- prices improve. the prices on all type of his auto- - Mr, W (!. Cooch, of Lincoln county ing a little time lie fore the itto hour, The average for the Smlthiicld mobiles have been reduced to nn hut formerly of this county, where I started out The first two dead men of last nverage of S 41! per car, the drop she was horn .13 years ago. Six years market being about I stumbled on were two Cerman year, drought consternation to iiotn taking etTcct Wednesday morning. ago she was married to Mr. Henjanlin stretcher hearers who had heen killed farmers and business men, and here This brings the price of the Ford car Dunn, which proved to be a happy ind congenial marriage. Ileside the r basis. hy the concussion of a smalt shell. again a lown to the was quickly The shell had evidently struck the ailed. Mr Ford say the stashing of prices husband, she is survived by one child Congressman Kdwnrd I'nu woumleil man, because there were and other leading cititens promised wa the only way to force the mater about eighteen months old. Mrs. Dunn was a devoted and consistent r parts of hthi anil the stretcher scat- their support of the movemerjt to se lal on the market and bring tered around. The (Jermans were cure a fair price for tobacco or clc time. Hnelden Hrothcr the local member of the Pleasant (!rove men of middle aire and both were keep it at home agents, give the new prices in this hurch. The remains were taken to tioshen yesterday morning, where the bleeding from the earn. One of them With u quarter of a million pounds issue of the Hecord. interment took place. had a death grip on u piece of old marketed at Rocky Mount, Miles were YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY Hut no automat the lightest on record, the average be hrown army hread TO BUY NECESSITIES and also to I moved on a little fur ic in sight cents, which was ing about -- U to Missionary ther through the hushes and ran upon the average for the eastern markets. hvtp Th Young Ladies Lucy Mosley, daughter of II. M. two dead French "pollus" who had as compared with 30 to SO centa last Society, bjr buying of them your Mosley, passed away Sunday evening in CANDIES and CMOCOLAT heen dead several days, as their faces )ear She had been in de ES, almond and peanut bars, sweet nt 11 o'clock, were hlack. Their automatic were Kinston took on six hundred thou clining health for some months past. gone, so I moved on I came upon a and pounds and (iiildsboro u million and bitter chocolate, at Haselden Bros She leaves to mourn her toss two lead Marine who had fallen in a for ami white grave dissatisfaction was Store every Saturday and court day dnughters, Mrs. Frank Turner of Ijih- R He had fallen forward expressed, there were no rejections or from Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mrs W. mer aitvance. I.ovings of Win Bastin. Mrs M. S. Hatfield or Mrs raster and Mrs. Hob facing the enemy and his pack, equip. reported. I.eudcr counseled discrc chester and several Holman Brown at their homes. ment, etc, was still on his hack -- so I lion with the hope that conditions The sympathy of the entire commun 1 as-s- t took his pistol. At this time there will improve." ity goes out to the bereaved family was so much tiring on hoth sides that A letter to Mr John M. Furrn from in their bereavement. there was no time to hury the dead Mr John Scott, recently, states that Funeral services conducted by Hev. I rejoined my company, nml pretty Mr Hen F. Kvnns is on his semi Ilourlnnd, with interment in the Ijin-catthe situation is serious at Wilson, N soon the zero hour arrived, It was C, where Mr Scott is now located, as annual trip to Mercer county. He cemetery Monday afternoon. dnyhreak and the skic were never the market opened about fifty per has been coming here since PJ04 at bluer even the tittle birds seemed cent lower than the South Carolina hog killing and harvest time. He happy I don't see how they could he markets opened n few weeks ago, seems to like Mercer because he says then. Our artillery lire had been Toliacco is being withdrawn from the the folks here work and tickle the soil very active, and Just as they let up market and farmers are organizing and are willing to give employment to we started forward, single file, each for the purpose of keeping their to a cross-road- s pedagogue as well as u Mr. F.vans hails man bending under hit load a Ma bncco off the market until better pumpkin pusher, chine Cunner's life nt the front was prices nre realized. from a graveyard in Tennessee where no joke. We moved along in a walk, he is doing work for the government with orders to consolidate u certain as one of the keepers of a national Camp Taylor, which is toon to lose cemetery. His record as a rural its military atmosphere, is said to poaition In the woods. One wave of We had a few Infantry preceded teacher beats his record in the mill have been the most expensive canlosses during this move until we had tnry line. He took charge of his tonment in the country to keep up. first public school in 18H. He bus It cost the Government $S7'.,871 to almost reached some old (Sernian Dug taught :ill months und has instructed operate during the month of July, the Outs the enemy was retreating dog gedly at this point, We had almost ,(t!3 pupil and three generations cost per enlisted man $l-- i. Althp, claims to be a young Vild according to official reached our point when it seemed reports from The big Jersey dispersal sale of ( nnd still he that all the artillery in Cermany had II. Swinebroad will take place at hi man. Mr. F.vans is interested in all Washington, it housed more troops been turned loose upon us. The residence on the Danville road next educational work and traveled --MO in that month than any other post miles in order to attend the Teachers' in the States. Its soldiers and civilLieutenant in charge said, "Drop, and Saturday at noon. in lloyle last week. lind a hole dammed quick." We did liar ian population has been about 8,000. At 11:30 lunch will be nerved and Institute You sure cun under shell fire. I rodsburg Herald, sale will start promptly after the hut jumped into a shallow dug-ouwards. there was already somebody in there Forty head consisting of hit entire Messrs Thomas und Hamilton had So I jumped out and a dead man. herd wilt be sold to the highest ami u good sale last Saturday when they jumped into a larger hold with three best bidder. This herd has a national sold for W. H. Whitaker the James It una ull right--other fellows. reputation and many from u distance Contrary to Land farm, us udvertised in lust Wilkesbarre, I'a., were "Huddles." After hours of are expected to attend. general exceptions, there was no weeks issue of the Hecord. shelling the Hermans let up. They Our (iarrard county people should general movement of anthracite mine Fify-eigacres of this farm was had the wrong range. They were nut mi the opportunity which will workers back to work recently, sold to Hots llrothers for $'J4;i an (helling the old trenches a little ahead be offered them at this sale, to buy Reports from the entire hard coal acre: the remaining 14 ucres were of us that we were supposed to he in some of the finest Jersey' in Ken Colfey for $'Ji0 Our Lieutenant, :i prince of 11 fellow, lucky. We utl know that for twen region indicate that nt least one hun purchased by ltobert uu acre. said, "Hoys, we will dig in tind con- ty years Mr, Swinebroad has owned dred thousand men are still idle. Coal olficials believe there wilt he solidate here." He was one of the the best Jersey's in the county, and coolest men nt the front I ever knew. we should nut let buyers from other n movement back to the mines soon. Union miners stated that the tie up GF.OKCF. O. HAKNF.S He has since received several high states take these cows and heifers is due to dissatisfaction with anthra I'ltlKNDS OF one ruse that was just, from decorationsIN CAItltAKD COUNTY: ut. cite coal commissioner's award te- Your help it ntked to mark the at least. Dairy cows are getting scarce und cently. Most of my experiences on my first graves of F.vungclist George O, liar if the young bulls and the cows and Sector-- war front Chateau Thierry nes and hit wife. Do not fait to have heifers of Swinebroad's herd were I part in this memorial to the mutt who aimilar tu this. Of course, scattered over this county, it would saw thing that I want to forget so be the best thing that ever happened when WEST- - labored in season and out serving our Contentment exists mm will. blessing-- all men. to the stock and dairy interests of PETKO is used. Oils that penetrate, Lord ami Send your contribution today, it It gas that vibriks, gives power untold, community. FOR SALE Good "New Home this Get the best and see the "difference." needed JUST NOW, at the stone Sewing Machine". Cheap, if told at 'should be in place this Fall. LOST Red kIH, with few snutll Watch for th "RED TRUCK." Send to K. C. Walton. Treasurer, W. S. Csrrier, Sold exclusively by one. Also New Pedistal extension black spots. Weight 125 pound. Phone S3. Stanford. Kv. Cal! this office. Reasonable reward. W. H. Moss, Jr. dlalng room Uble. Monday afternoon and evening, as two prominent speakers are billed to iddres the voters of the county on that dny Congressman Itobsinn, of the r.Iev- nth District will speak at the Court llnue Monday afternoon in the in- rest of the Republican party, while Hon D. II, Klnrheloe. of Western entucky and regarded as one of the the in best Democratic speakers state will address the citizen of the town and county at the court hnuc on Mondav evening at 7 :10. Indies are epei allv .nvitei! to all of the $5.00 COAL to. Iteh Knoujjh Say Fed eral Grant! Jury. last Monday afternoon. She togeth- r with Mr Super, who survives her. for ninny years lived in Lancaster and leaves many friends who will be made She was a de sad by Iter paviing vout member of the Methodist church, luring the List few years of her life, hut previous to that time was n cun- istent member of the lloptisl denom ination, changing that she might be in the slime church with her husband. She wns t"J yenrs of age und beside her husband Is survived hy the fol lowing, two brothers, Messrs II. F. Oulh-)- , of Illinois, mid Huston (iul-leof Nicholiisvilli', and seven sisters Mrs. J I Alcorn of Itichmond: Mr. Win. Smith and Mrs Herman Humphrey of this county; Mrs Ollie I'otts, of Citicinnnli; Mrs. I). It. Altnian, of Itichmond, Mrs. Alice (ireen. of Dan SUDDEN CALL Dunn. For Mrs. jam e u FORD CARS DROP mass-meetin- 'rices Reduced Car. one-thir- 1 mass-meetin- g pre-wa- pre-wa- Mosley. nds grand-childre- Back On A Visit. er CAMP TAYLOR Said to Have Been Most For Expensive CantonAll the ment. County nre thnt NF.W YOUK -- A r.00.00 contribustressed by Mrs. John A. Fulton, of llnrdstown, who formally opened the tion to the Democratic National Camwomen s Democratic cnmpiiign nerc paign fund wn received here SaturSaturday afternoon. Her address wns day from President Wilson, who made especially to the women, but wrote ho was oifering the money as "private in the rnnks," was henrd by many men. The text of the President's note as She said there was some blots on Kentucky's history, but that the worst I given out hy W. W. Marsh, Demo win the "stage play" of Governor ( cratic national treasurer, was as fol .Morrow in culling on military law to, lows: I "May I not. as a private in the protect ii "negro brute nt Lexington, The League of Nations, she said, is rnnks, give myself the pleasure of the sole promise by which world contributing' the inclosed to the expence can Ik- - kept and under It wom penses of the Democratic campaign? en never again would be called on to I feel very deeply thnt the very honor give until their hearts broke. and destiny of the nation are involved Senator Harding Is the "greatest in this campaign and that I and all straddle r ever created" nnd should be citizens who love its honor and covet, conducting Ins campaign from the for it ii high inlluenre in the world fence instead of the front porch, Mrs. should contribute to the success of She said the the candidate who stands for the Fulton contended. llnrding campaign wns like the tobacof our position among co advertisement, it satisfies, for the nations." The contribution wn accepted. there is a continuous stream of travIn commenting on the President's elers of widely dilferent views who call to see Senator Harding and all, letter, National Chairman George regardless of their views, come awny White said; "Throughout the land there are satisfied even the She appealed to the women to vote "private citizens in the ranks" whose for honest things and that if they did thought and aspiration the President Kentucky's glory would be restored has expresed in his letter. "The and she would stand again clean and honor and destiny" of the Nation nre upright under n Democratic adminis- truly involved in the outcome of the campaign, for upon the acceptance by tration. Americans of the ideals for which the Democratic candidates are fighting depends the place this nation is to in To My In Gar- hold arc the world. To such a cause we committed. "The contribution of Woodrow County. Wilson is welcome and needed from a a great many of you know, for financial standpoint." As years "Jeneys" have been my "hobby" and they have made me money. Coy There is more money in raising JerWe announced in our last issue seys than in raising tobacco. Tin that Mr, Walden had purchased the only reason I am selling my herd is grocery business of Mr. Coy Sanders. that on account of other business In- So he did. Now we wish to announce terests I am unable to give my cows that Mr. Sanders has personal attention. the business from Mr. Walden and is My present herd is the result of back nt the old stand where he will careful selection nml breeding. As be glad to serve his old as welt as l"""n "Kcncy can see into many new customers. "'" the future I know that every heifer in my herd will develop into a rich, The Remedy. heavy persistent dairy cow. For Eyestrain and blurred vision is I would like to see my entire herd remain in (iarrard County. I would BYRNES SCIENTIFICALLY FITlike tu see the people in my home TED CLASSES. county reap the benefit of my years J. J. BYRNE, Exclusive Optometrist. Danville. Ky. of study und breeding. If you will there is some sentiment in this more so than "dollars and cents". I would Church. like for my Jerseys to be where I and Company, Messrs William could see them nnd talk about them of Cincinnati are decorating the inoccasionally, and wntch their develterior of the Presbyterian church. opment. These famous decorators did the same Come to my sate Saturday the 'J.'ith work many years ago for thit church See my herd whether you buy or not. nnd for their artistic work on the Hut remember I would rather see former Job they were called back them remain In (Inrrard county. again. Sincerely, This exterior of the building has (.. U. SWINEBROAD. jutt been painted by Clarence Wilder, requiring a MEDALS the work on the steeple nothing of great deal of skill to say nerve, to swing from a ladder Men the so great a height. All Ex-Servi- ce from ATTENTION Friends rard Sanders In Again. Decorating VICTORY BIG JERSEY SALE. u. Swinebroad To Close Out His Entire Herd. t, 100,000 Miners Not Working. Good Farm Sale. we In Garrard especially urged to be present nt the American Legion meeting to be held in the County Court room at the Court House in LANCASTER. THURSDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 7th. at 7:30 P. M for the purpose of filling out applications for THE VICTORY MEDALS. The local pott has on hand a supply of blanks and will gladly help ull the DIERS in this COUNTY to get their medal. These medals will be here as soon at the blanks are tilled out and tame wil be given to all SOLDIERS who are at the American Legion meeting on the 7th of October. Do not blame anyone but yourself if you do not get one of these medals us you can get sume by giving a few minutes of your time ut the American Legion meeting the tint Thursday night in next month. The members of the LEGION ure unxious and will whening to serve the ever possible, EX-SO- L Bradshaw Still Winning Bradshaw Brothers have returned from the Kentucky State Fair where they exhibited their famous Aberdeen-Angus cattle last week. They made a splendid record taking in the fact that they were In competition with the tlnest and choicest cattle of every breed in the country. Their undefeated bull calf came on top, winning first in the open class and first in the futurity. This calf has been sold for l'J.000 and is to be delivered after the Georgia State Fair next month. Their other winning include; 2nd on aged bull; 'Jnd on Herd; '.'ml on fattest grain fed steer; 3rd on aged cow; 3rd on two year old heifer; 3rd und 4th on Junior yearling heifer and 3rd on Heifer calf. Public Sale. Next Suturduy afternoon. September --'5th, ut my new home on Stanford street, at 'J:00 o'clock I will sell some household nnd kitchen furni- Your Help Is Asked. FORD CARS Reduced Greatly. Touring cur lets starter Touring cur with starter .,....$510. Roadster less starter ...$395. Roadster with starter f 465. Coupe with starter and de$746. mountable rims Sedan with demountable rims $706. and starter Pneumatic truck chusslt ......$645. all above prices F. O. B. Detroit Mich. Hatelden Bros. Garage. It ..-$44- - -- ture. Among the list, will sell one cherry Sugar Chest and one Drop Mrs. E. P. Hrown. Uaf table. It. FOR YEARLY LEASE Barber shop and several living fists. Steam heated in James Building, Harrodt-burg- , Ky. Apply to Jerry Tewmey, Satisfaction Prevails. .......... .............. Janitor. FUTURITY, THE KENTUCKY (worth $14,80) will be th big race at Lexington, Tuesday, October 5th. kU-'-- 't Th Central Record. Ltncaitr. Ky.. Thursday Spt 23. 920 1 ft. B. Swope Farm - - AT i BIB ACCOMPLISHMENT BY JUNIOR CLUB BOY Poland China Gilt Is Winner of Two First Prices. William Stuart of WtlMr, Idaho, Awarded Free Trip to Interna-llona- l Stock Show Swine Breedere Art Defeated. I Kill That Cold With CASCARA Qt6i, Couth. ron Ef QUININE OMV ndf -- U Gr,"e AUCTION Saturday, Oct. 2nd AT TWO P. M. AT BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY WE WILL SELL A SUBDIVIDED FARM. '" ' T.U no Junior club Murk pay? Four Klw llit.lt iif ioM in Inn-lor- llratUtho It wn not looked or (le )eur atn ' Kurlln'i Oiirr I" upon erloulj. hut now the whole n t .Set II.. h..J -- C.K.t. I. -.! Tonic carQomin. in lh.. MRrlcullurnl otcnlon )tcin a Laaaiiw No Opi-- ie in Hill. ried on lij the federal imurniiictii county I In1 mill college through ngrnt. etc. In enthtiataMlc About t tlits work, atiil the breeder art lifliiiiliiK lo eellcve Hint then l Mmicthltig In It. Tlirrt l u mmI Hint I that mmiii-o- f niiwiii for tli ! If the irrt'nt destructive rate of Cheer un! All I not lot Civil the hoy are liowlng ttn-l- father peed I maintained, f fenr thr repbeen sorely that careful elcllnti nnd feeding will Itntioti, wo ailmit, ha IIiIiikI or Hirl crimped, but the world i dotted with utation of runny of our politician win out mer planned method. few will have to go hark, take n hath, ami mnny christian nation I the christian. A notable nampte of till fumigate anil tnrt nil over again. run- - of William Stuart, the fourteen-iirr-oli- l oo of Ian II. Stuart of Oh, no. thoe our exprcion are A reader that it I polblej Weler, lilnho. 'Mil liy ha been In even in theje ordtd day to get not habitual Untitling out nlibla af. Mo llElnli work for two year. Hut at that. tcr a primary i not half a. cxhilia for hlmelf early laot caen n omcthing for nuthintr n: a upctnlinK the Mlary before wo fear the omcthlng would amount oil are elected to nothinK after we tot It hrr. NiRlccttd CtKL mv DaiiRcrous " Kt.p h. it.nJ.tJ remedy ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT them-M-lT- l. r lnit ' rt REPORT OP THi: CONDITION Of Th. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK N. 2fth, OF MNCASTKii, KrATl (h What is the first thing a parents thinks of a child? I,onn Education, Society and Church Well you have first a GRADED SCHOOL in two hun- William Stuart antf Hit Poland China Ollt dred yards of this place. land is You can own a farm back where cheaper, have an ideal home, where the above advan- I'olaml Thltin pic for which lie pnlil Thl in: n fil nml liown nt the Mulio -- ialc fair nt HMe llil. jear. There It won ttret prlie for the nil eliih cuitetait lintnplmi pit In the Mute, whlrh nitltl.il him to Hie I1T5 free trip to the Inlertrntlotial l.hi Slock Show. It ncJt won Hie nunril of tlrnt plnre In Hie oix-- clit i rmiler li fur Tolanil China riKintti of nee. In which competition lie ilrfrnleil the nwllie hreeiter of Itie yiT. irr tages are yours. Five or ten acres will, or should appeal to you. Churches in easy reach, a fine community. Any man who has ever liv- whottt, tate of Mnlio. ed around Bryantsville, would rather when he dies be assured, that he could come right back to Bryantsville, than to go to heaven. Ask them and see. On this farm is located two small houses, one splendid not a William Stiinrfa father l brewler of purehrei) hoc. tiut lniply ralei a i:i"t KTaile of I'olnml Oiltm plr for the market. Therefore thli ncconipllohment by William In the feeilliiK nml ileieloplne of thli prlje what cluti work l pic repreM-nt- i all oer the country. The fact thnt bank. throusliit Hie country are tnklrc nn lntrri't In thU eak well for thr eHl which work It U nccotnplUhlui:. William l one of thirty boyi from nil ecllon of lb country who will rltt the International thl ymr, I 4h.040. . and df.counts tH.010 40 Total louti-- . Note and bilU reditcounted other thnn with HU'OO 00 Federal Kc.ervc llank MW Overdraft, secured, none; uneeured Ietiolted to ccure circulntlon (US. tramlt r 8(1,000.00 value IOJOO.00 Owned nnd unpledged v Wnr Savlni; Certificate and Thrift StmH 3,Sl.(IO nrtunlly owned .. . Total I S. tlovernment ecuntle Stock of Federal Koerve Hank 60 prr cent af mlmcriptlon 7,000.00 Vnlue of banking houe, owned and Kquity In banking houte Furniture and fixture . Uwful reerve with Federal Uen rve. lnk . (ah in vault and net nmounU due from N'aUnal Ilanki banker, and trut N'et nmount due from bank cumpanle in the United State (ether than included tn Item. I J. 13, or H). Check on other bank in the ame city ar twn reporting bank (other than Item Id) .1t,7l".M) Total of Item 13. 1 4. 15. lrt and 17 Hedemption fund with I'. S. Treaturer. due from I'. S. Trea.urrr Intereit earned but not collected- npprHttMate on Note and Hill IteretvaWe nt trat due close op husint.bs on 5lptemher ::ksoii:ck.s AT THK b. i20 ..... 3lW,S4Ui. S3 M (14.1U. 00 3..100 00 7,000.00 20,I72.it 4I4.4D W.h'.M.n I.5?G.7!I 0,37e.fitl .2.600.00 1,600 00 - Total I.IAIIII.ITIHS. Undivided profit Lea current I527.cyil 20 ftO.000 00 r.0.000 00 Cnpitnl Stock paid in Surplu fund Intercut and dUcounl ctillt ct.'il or credited m vance of maturity and not earned. aptoatntCirculating note ouutnnding Net nmount diy to rmtionnl b.ink Certified chick outtanding Indivldunl depont tuhject to check . . (other than far murj Certificate of borrowed) Illll payable, other than with Federal RttHin Hank (including nil obligation rnHrntnrtlfarg money borrowed other than epenc, lnteret, and taxna atdad- It.6lfi.ii7 l,404Jil - S.Ot'i 4t CONTROL OF GARDEN INSECTS Spraying With Solution of Aratnati of Lad la Effettlvo for Potato Ouga .1,000.00 4U.000.00 1,'JrtS.rtO 10,rt0 SlKI74.t 12100.00 24,000.00 IB27.CyC.S0 cottage, fruit, three splendid barns. This farm can easily be cr Bctltt. cut into five acre blocks and all face the pike. Now in the last thirty-fiv- e Come And See. In all this time Every man look around you and see who bought land years have made money. men have stood around, kept people out of a home, saying, Sprnylnir with nrctmte of bnil will control Mtnto litic or lietle. Till fwilum volution l maile of one imunil of of nriunte of btnl to ten talli-nilcb'1 water, with a little Inumlry tlck to the to make tl.e dilution ami iniuknielon Cucumher, Mtinnh bwtlea tnny I controlbij h with iltiKtlni: the plant lime tnUeil with lend nrM'tiate powder When plnlitN of uny kind Hre attnekod by lice lllnck l.nf 40 la irinornll) ilel. Arnennte of lend mid Mack I.eiif 10 can be purchael nt any dnif (lore ami they are umiilly urcompu-nlei- l by direction for their ue. Con-trof teci'tnhte trisect a mid dlwnM- iIkmii1 iuiicIi on proiiipt action un oon a their pretence la notlceil. jr Spraylus and other method are iome time or other every jeur, for rery plant In the canlrn la Infected nt mme time with cither a enne or nn Inaect. reUlH) ii TOTAI I.lnbllltie for redbcounU other than wets eral Iteerve llank Total contingent liabilitle Fed- liiie. 4r..200.00 $ lrt.200.00 STATK OF KF.NTUCKY. COUNTY OF GAItKAIllk. SS: I, I.. (!. Davidnon, Cnihicr of the above named bank, do olcmnly aw ear that the above statement it true to the bet of my knowledge nnd belief. L. C. DAVIDSON, Subtcribed nnd iwurn to before me thlt S. C. Denny, Notary Public. .My Commixiun expire January It, 1121. Correct I Cnililer. ith day of September, 1120. Attot: It. F. IIuiImim, nec-ear- Shirley HuiUun, J V Sweeney, Director. "land is going down." PROTECT People who are ronidered lucky "Men may vote for this office." And to think that ome day we may are generally found to be plucky come to Why ilo ome people wear fur on a hut auinnuT day, you uikf Very imple. It' about the unly way they can induce other people to notice them, now that hotlery ditplny nte bt'coiiilng a drug in the market What do you think of the man's judgment missed for thirty-fiv- e who has A WOODS FIRE. FROM that' We advtie every man nnd woman years? It has not happened yet. Get in There are two places in living the procession or get in the hearse. life. Come right on. Only two kinds of folks, they are the and the dead. Terms are easy. Keep atep with progress. Cr tree will make a million inatrlun a match inny dcntroy a million tree. Tnke no chain en with IlKhteil mntchet, tobneco, bruth or camp flrea. Kortt dentnicllun If quick foreat growth tlow. Humid timber pay a no wuirn. When fire la dincuvereil, put It out If you can. . (let help If you need It. Are you practicing fire prcwie tlon und furttt protection! OATS NEED MORE exercie their inalienable rigkt of franchise and vote exactly u they pleate in the coming national elecHut we hope they plcim- - to tion. vote at we do. to our window for result of A Brass Band there to furnish the music. ATTENTION Rvikt In Acraaaa and ValM, to Cam and Wheat but Ylclda Arc Unaatlafadary. Im Nit STRAW VOTE Ivery and vote. and womn D. A. Thomas Jas. I. Hamilton : Onti rank nut to corn und wheat In crop acrrag and valut In llif Unit id Statu. Hut, notwIthttutidliiK thin, lea atlintloB ha a been (Wen tn the prixluctlou of oata thun toany other Important rraln, an that ywliU often have been unaatlafoctory and lh crop uy unprofltuble, ieclab Itta of the United HUtet drtrtuast bt acrlrultur. tuinetlmt-- a . li requeited to cone McRoberts Drug Store Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 23. 1920 HASELDEN BROS., STOCK OF HARDWARE and IMPLEMENTS AT Monday, September 27th, at 10:30 A.M. Due to other business interests we find it necessary to sell our hardware and implement business including our entire stock with the various lines we represent and our good will. These lines represent practically the entire line of the INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY, including both DEERING and McCORMICK BINDERS and MOWERS, RAKES, TWINE ETC, also the Agency of Garrard County on the entire BROWN MANLEY LINE, AMERICAN FIELD FENCE, OLD HICKORY and STUDEBAKER WAGONS and numerous other lines. This entire stock has been bought for SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS UNDER PRESENT PRICES. Our books will show considerably over one hundred thousand dollars of business each year. This is an opportunity not only to secure a good paying business with an old established trade but secure a well selected clean stock of goods in one of the best towns in Central Kentucky, but now with the two new loose leaf tobacco houses, bids to be one of the leading markets for goods of all kinds in Central Kentucky. This stock will be sold as a whole subject to invoice which will be around $25,000, on terms of one half cash, balance in six and twelve months with approved security. ' Store rooms and warehouse will be sold or rented to purchaser at right price. For Further particulars see, write or phone f calf from Mr Flem Crutcher also one been visiting Mr Hiram Hay and fum-il- y Swope wore in Nicholasville Monday. from Mr llohart Teater Mr, and Mrs. W. J Hroadus anil Miss Margaret Doty has returned Mr ami Mrs, J D Ilobbitt were in Mr and Mrs. Humes were guests family were Sunday guests of Mr Somerset with relatives recently, anil Sunday of Mr and Mr. Kverette and Mrs. Wm Hroadus of Lancaster. to her school at Midway oM to W. - U-to- n uttended the fair at that place. Grow. Tutu lirondu Miss Mrtle Campbell left SaturMrs, Kobcrt I. one of u bunch of shoat at 14 cent. Mr. Hiram Hay and family spent day for Cartcrsville, where she will ha with spend several day with relatives. Nicholasville in Messrs W. T. Doolin ami Kaymond been visiting her parents Mr. and Monday Mrs. W. It Hay for a few days relatives. have- recovered after several day Miss Francis Sherrow of Hichmond 3T1sa Nettle Hay spent last weekjlnd., is spending several days with Mr. anil Mrs. Kohert Sower enter' Mr. Theodore Dunn who ha been tained a number of young folks very with Mr. and Mrs. Ottfc. Hay Hogie in friends and relatives U greatly pleasantly Wednesday evening. N'lcholasville. Mrs. Ilogan Hallurd spent the past. quite ill for a few week. Mr and Mrs. Walker Hradshaw, week with her mother. Mm. K. H. ' improved at thii time. Mr. John I a ml motored to lxing-towith Dr. and Mrs. (I. M. Ilendren and Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Hill were in Klder at Nicholasville. Kev. and Mr. Skaggs and Mr. and Miss Miller, Fri- Danvlllr Friday. and Messrs Noah Marsee Jr., Thos, Mr. Charles Dunn attended the. day revival at Danville. Misses Kthyl Kay and Sallie l.ou Hicks and Kdwin Wylie attended the Miss Myrtle Davis was a guest of Teater visited Mrs. J D. Nave near State Fair Thursday and Friday. Mr. Ada Skaggs wan the recipient Mrs. W. T. Stalling of New York I of a nice jersey calf n few day ago Mias Mary l.ee Kurtz and Master Stanford Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kay were at the has lieen the guest of her father, Mr, from her friend. Mr. Charles Dunn. Jameit It Anion of Master llillie bedside of Mrs. Sherrow at Hourne James II. Leavell. Mis Kugenla Pollurd ha returned Kurtz Wednesday night. Messrs Curtis K:nt and Clay Johns Friday and Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. II. II. Halcomb, Miss after a two weeks visit to her sisters. of Nicholasville were here part of Mr. Kd Hourne of west Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Sunders and es Mary llelle Halcomb and Lottie j last week moving the thrasher they daughters and i'rof. and Mrs. Crantill Hroadus were in Lexington Saturday and Mrs. Klla Cecil of Danville. .. I I fIf... spent Sunday in Nicholasville with shopping. ' The meeting held with the wrove i Clark, I Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Stotts, Mr relatives. Mr Mike Smith has returned to his Church conducted by Kev. l Mrs. Mai Curt or and daughter, home in Fort Worth Arkansas, after closed with 3 additions for baptism j and Mrs Walker I.ocker and daughter and u number were added to tne and Mr and Mrs I.ouis Murphy nnd.Uis Agnes, were in Paris from Sat- - spending several week with Mr. Jas. children spent n very pleasant day in unlay until Monday, visiting Mrs. II. Leavell. church by letter. Sunday. Cordia Mulflnger. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy, Mrs Mrs. Carrie Turner entertained the l'ur.!.fort Mr. ami Mrs, John (.and and son Working Society ut refresh-ment- s Mr. and Mrs. Tallinn Jenkins, and Merslion und Mr. Terry Hagan spent ladles at the last meeting. The ladies were guests of Mr, and Mr. Kd Nay-lo- r Misses Sallie Lou Tenter and Kthyl a few days last week with relatives Sunday and attended church nt Mt Kuy visited Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins in Springfield. were present enjoyed the sociul who hour. The society will meet with Hebron where llro Hlakeman deliv- near Hichmond Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Swope, Mrs. C. Miss Kugenia Pollard next Thursday. ered an excellent sermon on "StewMiss Alma Miller of Arkansas, M. Dean, Miss Stella Mae Grow und ardship". who spent several weeks with her Mr. William Honer were Lexington Mr. and Mrs, George Huffman were Sun-ila- v Among those who were in Lancu- - grand-parentDr and Mrs. George visitors Wednesday, host at u bountiful dinner last to about .U guests. Those from ter Saturday from this community Heiulren, left Friday for Lexington Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Halcomb und a distance were Mr. J. K, Sutton and were Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and o enter school. Mis .Mary Hollo Halcomb were the Lancaster, 'daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I.ige Mr.Mil- sister, Miss Fanny of eut Mis Lucy Dehorde who was operMr. and Mrs. John Messrs Frank and l.ou Huffman ana Inn, .Misses theima Mmpson. Jessie II. ated on at the Danville Hospital on guests Sunday of Kuy, Jessie Myrtle Isbell, Mary l.ee Thursday died Saturday morning at 'J Hiilcomb of Hurgin. Lexington. families of Kurtz, Ivn Hollon, Mr. and Mrs. Jai. o'clock. She was a member of the Mrs. K. II. Hallurd entertained the Ijind, Mr. Frank Lund and others GUNN'S CHAPEL. Liborty Huptist church and for the Kev. George S. Conant, Dr. Pnul, of I The Club will meet nt the school last week had made her home with Wilmore and Mr. Watson of Macon, Mr. Clarence Spark, who has been ( holm, (t ,,uckt.)e Frjla. B(U.rnoo Mrs. Walker llradihaw. She was Ga at dinner Sunday, Ill is able to be out at .'I o'clock The literary societies) buried near Ninu on Saturday after- Mr. Hubert Fox and Miss Mayme Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks visited will render a Joint program at i!:U to noon. Hallurd were Lexington visitor Satwhich the public is cordially invited. Mrs. J K. Spurks Sunday Mr. and W, M. S. met Thursday afternoon. urday, Mi Hallurd remaining to be Mr. and Mrs. Kd Clark were guests Miss Westover, the county nurse and Mrs. Tilden Hoover led the meeting, tho guest of Mis Margaret Woolfolk. Sunday. Miss (Sill the Truant officer expect to Mrs Davis Sutton, Mrs. A. C, Mile, of Mr. und Mrs Frank Kvery one who has tho wel- Misses Kthyl Kay Friend of Mr. Joe Bryant of Klhert Murphy ore attend. and Mary Kurtz Mr and Mrs. Washington City have received invi. fam- fare of the children of the community read interesting papers. On Thurswelcoming Mn addition to their at heart should attend. day September 30th, the W. M. S. tations to his wedding in Hillsboro, ily. on will observe State mission day at the Ohio, to Miss Claudie Johnson Miss Annie May spent Sunday BUCKEYE church at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Hernlce and Hessiu night with Misses All members of the Society ure urged bride home. Teater. Mr. T. ). Hill left Friday for a two to be present. Muter Cecil Hurt is ill from the On Monday, October 4, the openstay at Martinsville Ind. effect of sticking a piece of wire in week ing day at LEXINGTON'S BIG Mr. Lora Noel sold IS bog at IS BRYANTSVLLE. hi foot. TKOTS, I'.'.OOO will go to the win. the week cent per lb. to Mr. V. A. Lear. ner. The Futurity ($7000) for Miaa Iva Hollon spent Mi Helen Ray is spending several year-olMessrs Earl and Oscar Carter left and the Walnut Hall Cup, end with MIm Sallie Lou Naylor of on Tuesday to enter school at Berea. day with her parent at Buckeye. (13000) will be the feature. Good Marlubury. Mturs C. M. Dean and A. B. Judge predict wonderful contest. Mr W. ft. Rainey of LaGrange ha Mr. Harvey Teater purchased a Haselden Bros., Lancaster. Ky. WATCH MAKKSIU ICY ' i. n i grand-daughte- ....... , OUT FOR J. B. WOOD'S SALE OCTOBER 12. L I- "iw" 300 acres of land and all personalty. JUDGE JOHN B. GOODLOE'S SALE OCTOBER 13TH. 300 acres of Madison coun-t- y land and personalty. R. G. WOODS PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. d The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 23 1920. g3rlCEl Headquarters for VULCAN ize the tine with the other. PLOWS GENUINE VULCAN PLOW POINTS VULCAN PLOW REPAIRS Sooner is better than later. ency is about the limit to which an opponent can go. i Th Dmc Stare of UP AND OUT. The indiscriminate assassi country,i:alt j DEMOCRATIC TICKET. the hostd of which i th I r nation of character is becoming ted Urn Company, af lloiton. to I' Insistent demands for an President. in wages continue to be entirely too prevalent in this number of S.tlilO an- Ukini; a Mr i JAMES M. COX, vote in ta prvetdtmUal race. made from time to time, but we country but at that we are no of Ohio. Mcliubort Uruc .Store to one of tin' fear the people who make worse than the other nations Itcxall tor ami th Ui brine Vic President I' ,them do not stop to count the of the earth. takM at their store every ta FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, Qite a little interest. rreatinir ultimate cost of their demands. of N.w York. Our era of extravagant buy- though it only tturted on the 10 Wages and salaries in this United States Senator ing is about over, and its eirect lloth men and women r rxer. it.' t .country are high now very their nifht of nutfraK and the ri'su' J. C. W. BECKHAM, is beginning to be felt. high. of th laat rount how Cu far )n ' of Frankfort, Ky. There is a .slow but certain kntl. This fact, coupled with the Centre,, excessive cost of raw materials, tendency toward a decline in J. RALPH GILBERT, makes the production of a fin- prices, with the prospect that Contrasting Cox Of Shelhyville. ished article a very expensive another year may witness And Harding. material reduction in the cost proposition. living. Many her wil' rernemlier thu; Regardless of this expense, of A BETTER WAY. Rut anything like a sudden splentlid political uildriwi of (im .spends we have a large foreign trade, The government drop in all lines is not to be ex- llrouh, of Arkniu, inade in the much money in the printing of because other countries just pected. It is rather to be court houe four yiwm In iiildreinu' an Ohio audience a bulletins that are circulated for now must have our goods. Hut some day not Cox and far avoided, as it might bring our few- dny iio, he the purpose of improving ine will be recover whole commercial fabric tumb iliirilinK and amonc other thiitu 'aid' dustrial conditions. It is one ami ling about our ears in the proKriHtsiv "Ohio's of the things which have con- ing from her war paralysis, her (lovernor, Jamu M. ("ox. internal affairs will become ad- greatest panic in history. And const rurtiv should Into the leiiKUe, tributed to the making of a lias mid w c justed, ami she will be produc- no sane person wants a panic. llardiiik', the reactionary, who voted great country. any nunitHt the farm loan act, intuited Refore there can be These bulletins are sent to ing these same articles herself. peoplu who apply for them, The cost of labor will be much great decline there must first the i'hiimhiiiii of woiniin's sutfraKe the liy he was tirt.il of moral and possibly to some who do less than here, and raw mater- be an adjustment in the cost of andsayintr that Imui-- lciii tlirut up economic labor, as well as materials, and not. Just how extensively ials will probably cost no more. on th attention nf the Senate, has When that time comes Kur- it is difficult to conceive the ald we must stay out of the league. they are circulated in this mat "Do you wonder that Wall street n ter we do not know, but it is ope will produce these articles laboring man voluntarily sur doubtful if the valuable infor- at a cost far below ours, and rendering a portion of his contributor.' heavily to this luh fund, renliiliik-- , ai tt businesa does, mation they disseminate reach- the rest of the world will buy wage. lliinllnk;' triumph that .Sunator obThat will be the great es the majority of the people where they can get the goods would moan the mncu1ation of the stacle of all to surmount, and Federal Ileierve for whom it is intended, espec- at the lowest prices. ayitvm and the re Then what will become of only in the exercise of time and peal uf the farm loan act, which ially in the Held of agriculture. infinite patience can satisfac- would moan 10 per cent, interest for We believe a more satisfac- our extensive foreign trade'.' our farmers nUtead of the prvrt-n- t tory results be produced. Hefore trying to boost labor tory and profitable means of low Kovornmenlal per rate of I ttimulating more advanced and other costs still higher it cent? might be well to think of the IS IT YOU? methods in the various lines of "Hue any laborini' man or woman in the audience feel that it would be industry would be to publish after elfects. Kvery one knows him. common to vote It is quite possible to go up the bulletins in the newspapers He is energetic, painstaking Cnvernnr cralitudi' champion la'alnnt Cox, the of the in price and out of a job. and periodicals that reach most in everything that he does, anil workmen' rompcnuntion act, the generally the people concernhonorable to a degree. r working day ami ureal ed. Periodically some Wall St. He is considerate of the and rulutnry social reforms? "Whether you are Republican or Take the farmer as an ex- financier breaks into print with faults of others, and realizes ample. a tearful exhortation to Amer- many of his own imperfections, Democrat, are you willing to vote for like .Senator llarilliiir. Practically every one raises ica to extend additional finan- striving consistently to over- a cumllilute Theodore who nbuseil Roosevelt us a corn, wheat, oats, .rye, pota- cial assistance to Kuropean come them as best he may. political faker", a llenedirt Arnold toes, hay, etc. Hulletins on countries. He is not a saint, and neither ami an Aaron llurr; who doik'vd l,U;:l roll culls In the United States such crops should be printed The editor of this paper is is he a great sinner. in the country papers. These not totally devoid of a heart, He is what we term a good Senate? "Are the Republican farmers of papers reach practically every nor is he entirely bereft of citizen and a credit to this Ohio enthusiastic about a cundiduttfarmer in the country, and horse senee, but there are times community. who udvocuteil dollar wheat and later would be the logical ones to when it is difficult to harmon u return to normalcy?" It is you? Obituaries, per line .05 se i'(Miipniil of rrannit im'it, Ivrntlun ru t hi'tfmi the men, truck timer, survey of the Ittehmori.l nail llar limit nf IS., h vth mail at the moml Friday nmrHinc ami will r n .' limit' un thi survey ttf ttiilf through I'.ilnt l.irk. Uinianlt-r- . Hunt ill. I.rlmtin, Taykr ill and Crretivtlltt t llnnlyvitlt' in Hart county, where the rimtl riMinect with j another filler! alii rNd from Louie-rtMUpletely Villi' aollth Th f(iiiifd to tarry all detail f th work they miivi- - owr th rutul. having upoeiHl ftmd toMuned to the illlTerniit rlaaa of Murk, and will th field work at th rate I miltx frtMn (tor day Fortunately the campaign nf Mr. J. L'S toIiixmi, dlvUitw .S. will be ended in November. neer of the Mat denarUnt'nt eni Were it otherwise we fear ISoad KHBinper J. (I. Ikixter h. .! there would be a dearth of per- tiver th reail with Mr. Mr.Mahoti to i i ii ii ii fectly good mud in this coun- I'aint Llek and will look after Ma I on county' interiNU in th proj-'it- . try. miles Ih'Hh; all of th r.i.t this use. .Mud has been flying promi- in Mr. Hawi-odMrteL I'tillctins on special subjects, scuously for the past few It ia prnliflld thai mhm additional a Y..t. tt.u.t Wfcklr. such as bee culture, poultry weeks. It h.tx been striking, riht of way will he require. I h r I Parabl. In Adraata. raising on an extensive scale, and besmirching, and besmear- there will wk bo torn reliHtititui I J. E. KOMNSON. Editor. rodurr in oroVr to etc.. could be printed in either ing until one begins to wonder ainl Mr R. L .ELKIN', Local Kilitor nn.l .Mgr. the country press or journals ..... up irra.it. which M eveeaaiv 1. i ... t ...i.... hum m men we pm iini Uxtr SW.....I.I tie to ut... that n mhIt ., .a fail fllil.Ui tHr la, t the Post Office in Lan- specializing in such matters. Entered at iwj itthtw nwflw iv rmmiI 1. I'l'T i"i rii'i.. iMiivrp, v lii. ft., Second-Clas- s be true in the candidates are all right and owner. owt thin road until th ..i The same would Mail caster, Ky., in .Matter. all Hues of industry, science, the rest of us need cleansing. are rorapWtiMj. as vurnmnt will that th ruri-manufacturers, etc., a reason- To any one with a reason th Lancaster, Ky., September 23, 1920 ' able price being paid for such ably clean mind this policy of andmud estater andthan iiradwrem-n- t mail easier at advertising. mud slinging in political camMr Mr.Mahon and party an- - Hers Kentucky Pros Association In no other way could the paigns is nauseating. having li.t'ir ins; out of I lan villi-- , on the Centre public be reached so quickly If a man deserves the mud there. They were aiKtie-and effectively, and unipies-tiouabl- y that swats him he is not the JTHE AMrHICAS I'HF.SS ASSOCIATION to th survey l State Kntrmeer S S the results would more kind of a man we should honor IIoitith mid huvt- U.t Ratrt For Political Announcamentt. than justify the expenditure. with public office. If he is an aurvi-- of what i known th.- - Ol t Sooner or later the govern honorable man he should not ltm-- r Route from l.ouitvill t I'.i Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 10.00 ment will discard its present For County Offices be subjected to vituperation luraii. ICichmoml Kiriti r For State and District Offices.. 15.00 ancient method of disseminat and abuse. For Calls, per line .10 and It requires long wears of cor .10 ing valuaiue tntormatiou For Cnrds. per line adopt the one more fitted for rect living to build up a de For all publications in the inter-eof individuals or expresthe progressive age in which sirable reputation. To destroy sion of individual views, per we move. it as an act of political expedi 10 line OLD HICKORY WAGONS Conn Brothers. 111 ni The fragment of n honrt that remains in our shell prompts us to extend our sympathy to those foreign countries so sadly in need of funds, and to commend that they all go to work every mother's son ol them and produce something that will aid in the rapid rehabilitation of their bleeding countries. That is what we in America would do under similar circumstances. In the meantime, the limited amount tif horse sense we possess (not being a Wall street financier) leads us to protest against any further loans to Kurope, even if the new loan be for the purpose of paying the interest on what they already tiwe us. Robbing Peter to pay Paul may be all right for Paul but it is deucidly rough on poor old Peter. earn-(estly MADISON ROADS BEING SURVEYED Biff Party From State Highway Department Arrives and Starts Big Task. EXTRA QUALITY SEED WHEAT, SEED BARLEY SEED RYE Car Famous RO.SKN RYK .lust In. BALLAIvD'S OHKLI.SK The Blue Kibhon Premium Flour. iJallards Bran, Kentucky Farm Feed. Whits Sweet Clover, Crimson Clover, Timothy Seed. Lime, Sand, Cement, Mock, Common .Mr. (!. II. MrMnlmtt, tawtlun cup f the atutt1 lttuhwHy depart neer nunt. toKOtWr with a ftW f 2.1 men nlmt ' and Pressed Brick. Genuine Knnnwh.i Salt Best for Curing Meat. 1 rt' i -- Tankage For Hops. Feed. New BaleTie. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." Hudson 48th ANNUAL MEETING & 'Sen ray Telephone 26. Farnau ' The Central Record SI-S- 1 1 8 n v 'i f 'i-- i 'rottc r ! -- h.I! I ' ' XIM.TON. t rai cs Hi. Th br M be "r 1 OCT. 1 . 4 TO 1 6 ( i 'iir .;iun 'ir-- f ' Uj Lr "" jr. a ff ui' ak Fulur Walnut Hall -- SEXIHCTOH ir ' 80,000 Stakes and Purses $21,000 FUTURITY The $5,000 TRANSYLVANIA Tho EXCURSION CINCINNATI, i OHIO m r. 'urn haduartra y S3.15 L. & N. S3.15 J i i jut The $3,000 CASTLETON SUNDAY, SEPT. 26. 1920 ?r Jvr. w.il leave lanrattrr ! ETC.. ETC. THE WORLD'S BEST TROTTERS AND PACERS .' .'II M. St Statin fur al rrturninir will incinrmti 10 lar tth M run--j'- . REXALL STORES futhr informativn Tu kt A Kent. st , Takinff Straw Vote Of Country. - i - tyfl a. J a 1 SEPTEMBER s - hence--Europ- Einht dav.s of o)rttinity fur vein lo ami stiid the wonderful, fuel saving I'ijK-ltKurnaie n8 sv ("a-lor- if spli-ndi- - your fuel. to learn how noii ran .s;ie ii to h s Learn how you can haveMinitiier wannih (70 guaranteed) in your home in i oldest weather how you ( an banish ihedirt and e drudgery of heating methods. Saturday, SetitcmlHT la, and contimilnft elftht days, we will bold special (iilorK. IVetiare for Winter" exhlliltt at our Htore. iiverylxHly welcome! Omie old-Myl- 111 we'll be looking for you. ever rihing cost makes scientific C.dorU' be.iti.ig a iiimleru neccMity. UkhI in over 1(K),0(KI of fuel liomen. Tin satisfaction or money guarantee luck." Tile CaloriC "Vour elciit-liou- Haselden BROS. - The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 23, 920. 1 5 a x FOR THE KIDDIES Mm. J. K. Stnrmc ha. r turned. WE ARE STILL TRIMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR from a viil to Mm Arthur Hubbard BUT LITTLK RENT TO PAY. CUSTOMERS in Covington. Old House Burns. The old lug hniiM on (In farm f faulty Mr. T J. Price burned from line lat Saturday. The houM' wn occupied by Arthur Young and fnm- tly and nm-- of the content were Thm wh probably on hi tiie aved. Mft houe in the emin'y. In mg ,Wi,t f , m((n and wn known a the Hill Cm- pu Cider Mill, Manure Spreader, Silo Filler, 1 Horse Wheat Drill, J. R. I J .1. Thompnn, MIm Lucille Thnmpoti, Mr. Logan Thompson anil Prewitt Thonipori left Kumlny n vlidt to relative in Atlnntn Mo. Mm. 2. 8. i r I! i? . Special Opening Friday, October 1st Each child buying a hat on that day will be divert a Doll. Come early and get your hat and Doll. , ...r. Ice Cream Freezer, Buggies and 'Lexington he with Harness Cheap. l.cxlntoii ...r. ami , . .. ..,. Ikmiii uptndim; n few a n duy on tho Mr. ami Mre. William I.etir road. MOUNT The I I II I.I) Q Deal House. NCi: ( & CO. the rmirmillt Prewitt AND BAKU WIKC. Gossip About People vvVc A llfl.1 Mintion ol (joint, by llu .,f i m.i Palmer ,. r -- i i.t r, Mr-- . at thl Cmin(i and AM iniirimu in, Mr .it,. Mr. Walter llammark. of II. n li rMinill. N. ' . are Btioata uf fr . ii. I in the rit and county for a I f.V week. Mr. and Mr. W J. Itoman and CntemaH tJtiHey accompanied nThe "baby treth' Mia Carrie f Hainan to The,. 'u where he will enter in ,. ..iir jr.irfi-nclleae. ifie you j" f..r .1 tinif an,' ir t I. ike (!t,wer 'he only r Mn I.uiie Himp.on, of Stanford, height f their beanty when Mr and Jlr. Iten Hemdcn of Dan pared for. f ar Hie baby Henry, Mr. e.l by the vilte. Mr. and Mr. petlMnent i0lh. wti and Mr flobert Rasbry, Mr. .Ixhn rnMtn wrth a lonv a wv ,v, f Vitdi all of t.lnainn, Mkw Kit-- , tirofmrSy . ared for. Th nrt iemia lith ColMer. of Tenaoee. atUnfrf! the fiiBoral of Mfi, Henry StW mrnian-- nt mnt.r:" it l Mr. The First Permanent Tooth. . 5 a a !? Tday, MINNIE BROWN 't'd!.d s vd $ a'rdufri rfraJ ddd trd' 3 IUrt trth rr-, fridnir afterMM, tl ; tooth, and Hi aimijra the oldent touti. rt Chiropractic In '' the mot iMtwrunt uth in adjuttmrnt he rrinavrt ihr CAUSE, without which llirrr can Iir no HI'. H i I. w Mm I hi . r r. pit month. iiiiit ui . i ti.trned "Itaaert Jr." ,.! It,. I'HCT TWday. Sfrttiliir StSth. at tko ; lb Thooe Sr your Chiropractor. A c oniullatian and spinal analyiit will tholr itn.wth at toeth Mr a ait Mr. Maao I'rtro were acicaot aiidtttirtuni at S o'tlwli. cost you nothing. Mr I I' Simnon i vudtin; h'r about the ftroi Month of embryonir ...u- na .wiUmm win nk., . i 1 ran, Mr Henry Simpson m I eiin-'on- . tari by the A4riimIh far adlrtte. aoar the program. . ... . op to the weni .,. time the rhild i bora, bnt they ! "w7" al n C& 1'reher.e.ll... SatUr.y. not eao m" atMU U .MM . Mto Uliaaaata Crtr. mt 'rwmm- af ae. and tfce reota are n..t simi'SON iiousr. Mr. Anna HtibM and dnurfitflr. LANCASTER, KY. J lo 1 A. M. w immmw rwa re u tnw irat tnrwa attlil tlW cMht m 10 yean MaUht Mae. of llaaWe. are atttti The Kiihth llUtriet meetiiw of tlt' oUT with MbM llaan 01 Uxlmtta W'mim'i Clab will be held October T in" j af avoaue for the whool tana. fk Mr, tab 'llMon ' 7th at ItarrtaMNirc. Mn. Harry) TO BOYS PERSONAL ireauentiiy IjmdraaN Dowri, wa tMtw hi Uaraatar. Mim Hndaon and Mr. Dwaor-aaa'lrile tjwkey. one of mitalren for baby ttfrfh by irentn. Of (Jan-arc- l were tWtml a dd;at wit Mr. rHirfea, i poplar aad oM.rtlme by doatiet. San Ha..Min and Mt. Martha OUI Mr. any Mr. Jwpar Cm a hack at ttie tore aftr two "' te.-tIn num. rou .uurtir in dillVr.'nt a alturant.. Tho Club year hat Wo-- 1 aea Sunday wttk thai daairfctet two weac t'aeatiea. ,n i Sale At Auction. iran and at) member, of the rhb wtU Stt.' "B.:. Iair CUiIm" havo lnen nd they are of the Btwnt im- - formed and heifer bought and the Mta J.nni U'ultor took the mom- aoa.. hand their dtie of $1.28 lo portanre -. pient a very lame boy havr hot'ome int.reted in tine The following ifronul preoerty UIm lfanie Waftar tat ftrccpKNt a ma train here laat Monday for Krh-moa- Mr. am llaaelden treamrer. matieattn .luring the time that the nlock. Often Ilank have "bnekH" will In? Mild lielontrmc to the tnt of lad(n IkMltlMi tM Mi. i. WaMt' Of abere h reoame her Little Mim Elisabeth I tar I tEtmore "baby tooth" are born loat; ia fact, the boy and the boy have alway . ry m ta StiMtaeky State NoravHl. M. S. Thomson. dereael( un Wed- iavitod a limited number of her mall there are about two year, dttrmir tome throtHrh. Mm DaM nctday, Scptrmhcr 2'Jlli. 1920, at the . wbtrh aariad the baby rooatr are f fort Wae. MM Miaa llaarl I.yon who ha been the frioado to help her eelebratt bar Now liten lloy If you want to TtMM. and IVanilW, m Utf rhartniaa: yaun srneat of Mhwe Urthday U' .in !u af ternoon ibr replared, that they do of buy one of the Jrwy heifor at my mhif time the farm i sold on Loxinu-to- n ratter relative. Minerva Can and Delta Hire Krhe. at the heme of her pori'nl. Mr. atMtjth rhawlaa:. If prcmatwrfly loat. ale Saturday th 2a th, come rieht n. pike. Carrard County, Kentucky: ha retttriMd to her boat ia Mr. Harne Btmore. The oefliM thvy alway raune a roilapae of the will take your note. Your fnthcr Mm Lwy llwrW letl lw week -' mare. I hore, well lirukcn; wan much enjoyed by the yoMiMt dental arrr and frequently eaaae the ran i on the note. Thl more to bumty and hameiM. mowini; mnchine, ttetW l'otte, wlMW tAt wl taka gneata who after a mm bar af Jafly fare to bo contrartoii. To tae ortho. how hi content than anythiat; ebe. hny rake, cutting harrow, '1 Vuleuu 1!. Hall and little mm. Mm- Mrm. iwMRM rmtra. .Ion tint ta dentUt whn ware raady far tho trairhten Talk it over with your falhvr and turninp: plowK, - doutilu shovel. e la ftaawfiaaaa HmM Mb iHl hiMHtfl tbflk gaaio rofiaabiiiiiita orvod by tho aiatfcar mt tooth ) they are the key to ta arrh. then ee me I will talk to you about plow, wiil;ou harnw. iiiKli' disc tin little heotea. ilarrodobanr Her- - By looking at their oeehtaion he i rarinir for th heifer and what to do. harrow; pnir of double tree. 1500 BtWVY UWnst W Ho fW?Tf twit AwVI able to determine if the jaw, arc in Hon in other la.' aid. n Sua ford hae mad." tobacco iitickk, wire fence ytrvtchcr. tfcir proper relation to each other. money and learned tht tock liuin.-!and many other think" needed and Mr. K. U tJuiray ia oyoa4i; a The SophtHMor Claa at Ceatr.tJ prenuUnr law of thte teeth Rev a ad Mr. IS. II. Ileartsad aad W'.y not y.,u? , ued on the farm, too numerous, to ft day in DaawW Mtth kr aMgk-- son, yettorday j, a ralamity to any individual, and in thi nt) hidd their rlao elecUon aad Mr. aad .Mr. Ueorge llrawa mention. Tl ! r ,th im Mr. W. It. Caaa. rt. wen1 "e followinc Kimbtdl, tlh.y ahoald be watched with jealou- i and dauRMter war.i rocoat atitM rely, J K UOIIINSON'. Kxecutor : lre"lent. Dewey f Thoy come in danaa th n..t (1 II Mr and Mr Ike luaa aad faatllr diaar af Mr Thoraa Hay aad faiaily t u n.'bro.i It of M. S. Thompson. ; A ad row irreMnibie period cf chiihlhoud and Vice frwid.-at- , f Le.nirton wet eteHaea af Mr. aad of Mr rraary. IlroaddUft, af Utmvilte; Secretary BO r,nd at that aa ran be c I) WuhVy Kaaday. Mr Mr Tarn Norm of t'oaaeroeilte, Mmj Troaeurer, William Johntoa. of j aMy altoation to the ari' llr. 1 loytoa Jtomwjjiwfc, iiaireui- - ibim t norn a me oerawoo oi a tiaaville. Ilwtunan. lieopire axini-- ' tW,,. important teeth without th. ntaiaer. Mr. Ilottfv Norm, at braad. of Uacatr. Kiabotl. it will ; watchful tro:iiane of the ian'nt- td in the State t!ateMlji', jhoree of her ,lauktr. Mra. Allrt 1. rememliered ted tho erond nt-- i n. for the eaaaiaR urin The molar "come 11" U ' taCK OH IBC AOBfHIiaOrtHI n n.( tk kaki, I...I1 ... .... in LBO .."lic o,ittt.. l. Mm laarl ii mtr n UA "- ' wo aanr r.v . . nt U" M"7- it , that s ill. 4nd Mm .IoHiViie ttaney Mr. Nor. Mmj.. who ha b.. n teetn are mt be lore trie aK. ot """"Vit th ue.t of Mr. J. . and Mr rr in I.efinKton SutMrday. . ng.-.. . nt ,H -- IlMuvill ,K,.i-- t oun. ..n itichmoiu! avwie, for the J" i. :tU. Mbw Mary Lackey HuaH, af' pa4 fe wek, left Ttioeday niKht for aaco of fat that thev nr. 1. rn .. v anij yrii Hervvy M. MrDawoil i.xingtN, rWtine her rrand-pnr- sunt teeth, or that they are mxtaki" ,, 4UBillm fcr hom in Ih Ansel... California. ,B, JB , , nt. Mr. and Mr IV (inMry. for baby teeth. Me-- rs W. Swa,.e of VnMnttta retained to tiaryvill I.oiiianu. after ,f f pnt9HUvn f acxl Mr. lid Oatne. hax'" Mr mteU of a frend rhlkl. l. C. anil J A Swope of Clevehind. at her tarn vl frajn a viU to rntatfeoa in Ohio, are, rpectr4l IihIh) for a vuvit MMMiir home, Thornehuret xn in tho world why the baby tect i Carxaaelbburt! n.wir Oueinnati. Lake Foriwt I need an much care and attetitio'i a U tbir mother, Mr llriitht Ilerrinir, I.a.e Koreat. Illinoi. t.ui- - Chicaiio' moat beautiful suburb, tw- tbo permanent teeth. There m " KramLmoiMr. Mr. Mr. Uan.blidi Itarrta .iirI wife, wh in .'.eeiffned after an Knirliah villa ire. poaaiblf In Hay View. io reiiiim under -t haw wade their trnwi! and the mall etat. of the nmmer un why ecite. the baby teeth r the either Mkntfan h.tv.. return.- -l ta U.aoter. I,. White and Mr T. C reaiileata are kept terupulwaely a re- J. atolar idwuiil lie neclectr.l. fwrWy, returned to their home in irard order aad charm. Thuriiehurt ii.wu.i.,v Mr. Mr. .1 The baby teeth are eaily fortrottrn Iwv- - j M typical home. i 4 f VoitakV Lear, Maww Mildred aad Vlrwata ldmnnpolk Indiarm. y.ter.lny. . . ... 1. .1 a,",, 1. fruieni thirty-fou- r nr" Utatlry wire viaitor ia Danville oa , rom. furmhed with'.., .., i .Ni. ,t rtir .iv.. 11. utv UNDER wvj or .Mr, nettle .Norn, who yet IVrtian rui.--. j niHe rar. and i.ll.l hiintink' Satnrduy natural wny. If preporly cared for remain in a enou on.iiuon. tiipiwariw, with a lartro formal par- nature intended they are lot a Mr. Itae Dunn Maon. Mr. LuthSANFORD Mr. an.) Mm. Charle V. Anderaon ilell attached. Tlioy are not v eaily forgotten er CihU. Mr- -. K. L. Owa'ey aad Mi were vuoU for dinner rt.mtlv uf when they are allowed to become a Dan-rilfKUjalielh Ctlib were vintor ia i broken, decayed and nbreel Mr.. Flor.nee Cram in I.exinLttnn. PROGRAM .Mamlay. It uratifyiiiK to Mr, (irnnt'n many lot and are loet thru 1111 and rlcci'Mri. Honaker, Mm Lucille Stittn jn. aster friend that the Mate of eHt the her houlth Iiuk much improved, and Mr. Ilohert lloiwiktr At School Auditorium The U!ic!paiilimf of the baby urely trannferred to the teeth Mie with week end in .Stimfttnl Mi Joan Mount left for Ahevillc year molan nnd the memory of pint Uucler Auspices Of &iKi'nki Mixv X. t'. ki.it Friday, returning' Sunday endured nnd the physical rcar of I'venini: with her mother. Mm. Joe 1. Mr. H..r.. Wr..,.d.,r ami Mr. neglect will be carried thru life. hti been in A.lieville fur ....... ....,., vik Mount, who 1 n..viii.. A child wIiom.' mouth i allowed to go to wreck and ruin thru Ignorance ar of Mr. anil Mr, lien 'mnl on everal moiitlw. We are ulad to reChurch. port tlmt Mr. Mount ha very much Stanford avenue. or nritvct on the jmrt of the parent, improved in health. Special program nt School Auditor- who lire reaponmhic for both hi pli ' Mr It. K. Meltobertii, Mm. lluck- every Mr. and Mm. John ("rem, of lloyle ium, Saturday evening, and Sunday, ulcal and mental warfare, h W...I mid j II.. Mlu thruuish Unaniler, Saturday. under aiupicc I'rctbytvrian right to hold them ropontible for h.. of Mr. John Meltohert were vUitor. m' ,uU "( Mr- ,.AlfrJ. church. The occasion a,U""1 ia regular Mjifenng. Loxlmrton Monday. The "baby teoth" huM remain a .inen. near rcacneriiviiie. .ir. ami enu annual nievtini: of Trnnfylvnnta View,1 Mr Jcmc Fox and daughtir of till preibytcry and will bring together wlliu" aml MtU"'1 a ""'' l,ir1'-- r Mm. It. .lininer of lta w abolute!y for parents vli.it to bertu Creek, were other one time rem- MtcliiKUll, u expected fo ti. itor and an elder from the neglect the criminal tcoth." It to . "baby .er daiinhter, Mm. (ireen Clay Will din's of the Dniki' Creek neighbor cliurche near by. Hegloct the molar I I... . hi.r..h 1011 who were present nt thl wile ImiLlin.. la .1 u.l. rt-- lie- kr and Mr Walker rho li"t,of thl' U,," ,,fl'th aro Mt reimir o the einn will be hokl in mt u,uil h ,,,,,,h r alrvi-ntthe rhool auditorium. m,r woter, ot xhl' tilwt lt'r"lj, Dr. W. A. Cnnlleld. I'rwident of Thl" ha "h " College will deliver the upon- Centre t,nu' Reserved Seats. ADMISSION 75c ,ng addroM Saturday evening, .ervice H,,'',,l f,,ur or v' Tho l of one or more ef thou tret'. beginning at 7:15. ot rmal occluwon. " Sunday morning at It o'clock Kev. V GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS. chew and the tip L. II. Hart, of Ureemhurg will preach aMl' lo Iro.orl of Lr.l' Vine tato the .pace of the ecoml mo. and udmini.ter acn.nut "wIdom tooth erupt. '"r wh'" Supper SCHOOL CHILDREN 25 CENTS. nc ui ociuion i one 01 inc .tt tl.r Vl.t- .i...l .v nf-- r. ..un Mr. .1 O. A. M.Dowoll. Ml... Km. fau"'' "f Pyorrhea later In life M. S. HatrtiUI. rialuie HcirliMuu and Mary Athby II ( Advertlnliletlt) IS NOT A SHOW, to you a hearty welcome to wilt havo charge of Cheek uf DanvtlU We extend th.ervue. tep" i the latet th.ng The "cat ifi Sunday fvoalng. beginning at hare with us your buiineii when needing in dancing. Hut the four legged At BUT A LAUGHING COMEDY. Dr. r . J. Ctiot win iiwivor aa lliu.)p tpoor thing. anything in our line. trattMi lecture or Uie ,ev Km Jiove- CARD OF THANKS. ntent. HOME AND Filch and every one of thec er-- I Wc wili to thank our friend nnd vice wil be oupcctiilly interetting and neighbor for the kindnei khown u ONE WILL during the icknn nnd .loath of our impirUui ami we extend a huirty t the public to attend. mother and gramLmother. II. s. uuiiMi., t'aitor. Mr and Mr Frank Turner nnd family. I'll haunrin baay Inry armed Man Iinn't fontet the date ia rxpninir at tint aaaie af Mr. aad Thumb .wMimi irtwi Il tati hem Mr Itobert K'mnaird. rp - inm 11. mwwn w t tho Tow m diirair tlitirr arr dr the J m Iir - Thf,.", 'fr " I'nCT. two things that arc mainf Tlir Chiropractor concern, hinurlf with only ! CAUSI". nnr of and thric. I'.I Ily bta LlZ Jl - Lipscomb THE Lipscomb 1 Ha!)', Iay ' a I.l. ,'- b-- "' , County.' PROPERTY aia T,r be-rn- mt 1 1 .ieli-rhtf- Rl I I 1 ain-Cl- 1 aaa. 1 aowaWTTTT fVM " , ! ; frj oKr S-v- " t; J .... Cn " r .t "e 1 ... . Mx-vr- ar , ft ,r -- "THE MICROBE te r ( ui, ABt .... '')r. .reti OF LOVE" t- vir-iue- J 1 1 1 . vi.-.ii- , THE AUSPICES OF THE POST HEIDAL p SPECIAL juk.-i:tM- 1 - 1 OF THE .i Je I Presbyterian American Legion Friday Evening, Oct 1st ... ll 11 r I 1 rr - School Auditorium for -- " BACK IN THE GAME I l't,i At The Same Place . t'' - i THIS PICTURE ENTIRELY OF TALENT Coy S. Sanders. THAT PLEASE. 1 The Centra! Record. LancaaUi . Ky.. Thursday Sapt 23. 1920 WOMAN POWER IS WASTED ON F ABM One of Greatest Menaces to Rural Life of Nation, According to Specialists. IS NEED -- nil ntni itart nf Hit flol'1 witrk, All of lhl N In i. I tlt Ion to nH.klii. Ill family mcaU aiul mint: ilrt'ii. "f ThK of inurx. I lli' tai ll il.nx not laki Into ion llu -- lili'M tr MODERN EQUIPMENT Instead of tiling Iner.attd Income! (or Purchate of More Land Farm. ri Should Spend Somt of It in Halting Standard.. Tilt' Wlttl nf tin1 greateM inen.i.v. l' tin' rum life of the iiiillon, 11. ontlng In .led..-tloUnit li.'i liill't' "f I In I i"!"! ili'piirtinent of ugrlciilttiri Stu draw fruiii a fiinn unej coiulut led In tin i northern hihI we.tern Tin .imey wn iiiiiiIi under tin- direction nf M. Kliiniiit V. Ward, in work llli women ihurse tif ulllce of eMiti'lou work, imrlli niid w.i, tiiilt', rehillmi MTtltf. Tli rnimN cocr lii.MI." farm linm. n .riufl h lukliii l)lrnl miitiimlt if Hit .'.ninth. In which lli -- uney wui made. MiH'li of tin infortunium rMiiiMll hs home dent uii tatheicd ouMratlou ntfi'iil". who uri llu ri.irfintnllvi. of Hi United Stitti department of agriculture mul llu Mate agricultural college.. Ml.. Ward point, mil. from the fart, .hown tiy tin .urvej, Hint u n mount of planning mul well. dlnvted Inte.timiit In modern equipment for fitnn home would prevent part of Mil. watage of tin n l.iri! energy of tin natlou". rural 'TliK l u mtIhii inalltT" we liavt it lite nlit continue., national proMi-ii- i now III working out tin economic of country living In tii'h HV lt III tllltke llielll lltlltllll lo .tuy Imllil It tit. on t It land ii n. I r In bringing I it tin icriitit Ho healthy? till- - tiliotn will l who will ml tM.rt to It tttiit part of tli lncreaed Income f'otn llu fit nit kim'S Into lmpnn.iiii.-n- t of Hit home. At n tlinc Ilk- - thK when llf WOtllllll .t-'- lh.it ttiitii wlih llu woiimn'i ilully rouinl of work for llu lomfori of tur family, mul iiii)otn who lia. ti-r- l Ho MtUfitrtloii of lit In In th ttirt-i- l oM'ti country ktimtt that Hit aonui inort fnrtuimlly f.irm woman l lur.il than lift iiwmai rlt) llrr Mill tin taik M Vlltli'li'tltl) KrllulltlK. to wihI lh fanii Ml Wuril M) n rti)fr u an to IhiI Hint htT ilrcttittli urn) If final lo to I ilutlr," morrow Cqulpmtnt Important, I What l In ! ituiii alioiil if: 'fUn "hrt-nlhliiLabor-savin- tlitr:tlloil Ho t'lU'l) ollliMItli'!l MIWT H I'll.' n !. Look at the roads for twenty miles tlfiartm-n- t itci!- -l xoint Inlto from lhliu. of "no iKrli-ttllurt tnrtiiu-ii- t of liilrft Hut In lrf T Ho tit etnloti around on a Sunday The automobile has brought the most remote settlement almost as close to the center of things as the next county was in the old days. To hear some tire dealers talk you might think that nobody knew anything about tires except the fellow from Broadway. unlit" ii to lahor working f l'' iHulpm.Mit, ntnl nMiiniilliit irurtlfttl," a) farm woiurn art a Wnnl, hm It Inlvrr-- t in fanu Ml Ktiiillii rrsnnlliii: l.itxT. iiihi tilmrr mul rnii fttHm. mul for lit.- - "am Thf farm woiunti k.i m riil iiwumi.' U- lw.ilfiil. wiirkliu hour. l ht itiiitliiiii. If H trlniftf of xrrt untltl I" th f.inii tni lninit ri'tunn llu"' -- islii iHHtn t ..- mrr) wutr anl " I'fr tnt w"' liuthroonii for Hi now hate iitMif an Hirr thine. tht rut who woulil lU'htttt lh mlil lu her lomfori ami UttMir rtttiM hf a fll lioti.f lluiiHliiE now uiu- -t '" lH'r woihiiii'. lahor ntnl If "litr - THERE isn't any "country" They make no distinction between the small car-owne- r and the owner of the biggest car in the country. home-maker- It's all the same to them. So long as a man owns an large or small automobile he's entitled to the very best tire they can give him. Quality has always been the outstanding feature 'of U. S. Tires. There's no limit on the U. S. guarantee. All U. Tires are guaranteed . , "litM-ant- e lth wlilfti liitiflt fiirrtMif) Ilo ItftaMatloti of rrtlrlitify mivlfrn lUlitliiE )Iiiii woulil toitit of tin tlltn of lh women In tint Tl er rent f home, where kerotite tamp, an uM The lintlnl tW wouht ! tltmll when welslosl atfalll't rod' Ho In.lfilla. fUliire ami comfort (lull of heatlltC )letn wouhl oitie of Hie lime of the Til er tent of womrii who rare for two "'"I f loitatt hani. w up t.uiiil a' t It.look fanttt-tilth li.Hfl thf farm iioii a In htiy rHat rleo WIKhl '" fat-to- uN-r- lioiiit-iiiuk- r e th-- y la! or Wily country, wherever the eait:, apt to be heavy Thj it U. S. No'jhy. Kor onltniry country raaaS Tlc U. S. Chain or Uco. Fcr fpnt wSctti Tb-U. S i'li-- i. Kor beit retulti evtity w hrrv U. S Ro"al C"T In J . Aiwf yrtitr tintac-r'ttdlo thf rojjt uft (o travel: That's not the basts wc go on. for tho cf the tire. IV on the farm l the tftvat-e- t er. for the of lime Mini lahor . ". Vart' rejrt farmer." Ml Immiii III the home I. the I'orH etihl ter lo the hotielfe' tent of the farm! roteft.l In the .ur ej reHirtil Her for oentilncfann -t 'eul hate niarhliier) hut only the home Thai." thl. aibanlae -"insular fart 4) Mlt. Wanl. I' when w. roli.hler that f re.pteiltly It the en I. a nlmple matter t" rnn-title U.eil at the tiaril with the liKU liolil eijtllimeltt " The wa.hlllt ", .toin. oer ier fr t We give every man credit for knowing what he ir. spending his money on, wxither he drives up hers n" in his small car from ten miles out in the country or is passing, through from the capital in his limousine. of thought to this tire proposition. There is some advan- We have given a lot Ttmt. CO mutt ( t kK) tage in being the represcnt-ativesthe oldestand largest rubber concern in the world. of Selllnt rhlne I. another lnlMrat-lint cream to a creamery wheretrr .Ihln Intteail nf churning It at hoiim .am-.o- rt l. atlll another In "hurt the of Intellltrnre ami a fraction of the money apptleil to maklnt fiehl ami ham work cotnrnleitt woulil. If aptlle. to the home, tate untoM ilnnltery tt the women of the farmt ami wotiM M liotli to the profit aiul tb ciMuforl tif farm life. la RECIPES WHICH WILL SERVE FHTY PEOPLE) Quite Drop in the next time ycu'ro down this way and 1st us till ycu some interesting: facts about tires. , Convenient for School, Club or Grarvft. That's one thing wc like about U. S. Tires. IttaaHanotta1 Ctafca Ar In OfUn TrtublJ for a -- arfr Numbar Formulaa far Cocoa anal Craam Soup. Prortr.t Foaal NIn.ty-Si- l Per Cint of W rm Women Intorvlctwrd in Recent Sura.y Do tht Family Waahinta, About Waif of Thtm Doing the Work Wrh Tub, and kVxItr, a Pack, Washboard rtaklng Task. United States Tires HASCLDEN Cooklnc In large amount, often trouble, even the eMrlelicetl cik. for tuiett women are ncfi.toiuel lo plan When a hot for ottlv auall numlM-ri- . BROS. GARAGE PAINT LICK GARAGE tin dearth nf firm lahor li n llmitl.lg , factor In production, t ' very doubtful j LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. liii.liie.tt jMilloy for fHrnifm lo iii In-created Income to luiy more Ittntl In-- , Mead of n.lng n nrt nf It In ral.ltig Mandard. of llvlni; h.i tlmi women mul young poi!i Mill not Hunt to to to tin cities In .carch of attractive liv ing colldllitm lltul iiniilemcnt " Picture of Farm Woman's Work Day. LSurnliiy with Mr. and Mr. William GUY. 'Hi rftirvey ill'o.e. a number of Smith of ricasant Hill. u.:.. t ..i llu reason, why inaiiy vvuuicn ilo not v.o.u .. t.l.ttl.... MX. iirmi Mnrifawl White h at. work- lltul farm llf attractive. Tin relative li.Tt. temlint.' Kihuol at Ijinciutcr uml it lux liny of tin- - avcnige fur m woman,. . ... ,M Mr. William Wulkt--r it rtcoveriiiK Anian.la Coy. U 11.3 hour. I hi hIiomu hy llu ' . .. . , ,, , t tut year round, lu uimner. It la 13.12 from an uttack of llu. hour. Ami H7 out of each lt women Mr. Harry I). Kice ipeni sunuay in tcM wvfv Tue,(ay nfc.ht of acatloit iltiriug Hut Hlchmonil with Mr. Minnie I)onulil liuvtt no ?rKufar Mr nm, Mft Wm Unn,.y of Jllu.a,. yaur. On the iierugi. the farm worn ton. ,cr .na can tllul only l.l! Iioura of lelnire Mr tlm MrJ Frani. Turnl.r um tlurlng Hit Mimim-- r ami only hour! Mr. ami Mm. Hubert CtK have,t.nu 0( Uncatler ipent in wittier. Half of the farm women returncii Irom n vitu to .iaui.uu rei- ,Illu.ltl.r iare up uml at work at ,1 oYlo. k In utlve. Sunilay with Mr. ami Mm. Tom Tur- tlit) inornltif. of Uncatter, ner MUk Kute Turner Kurly er tent hut water In wat the KUet Sun.lay of Mi Mollie Mr, Simon Tankemley of the IKI per util the kitchen, but the other Uar,ll, j Klrkiville roa.l apent the past week inuwt go tu the iprluic or the pump Mr. unit Mr. Ilulinan llruwn ait with her parent, Mr. anil Mr. A. X. lu hrlug the water fur rooking break-fait- , per cent help with tended the StMe I'n I r at l.ouitvllle Meriila. 'ntlrly-al- l the milking, tin the average, the farm l;it week. Mr. mid Mr. William Clark and luiut. to kee. woman but a Mr. Jame Yanti uml ion, CeurKe, Matter, Karl, pent Sunday with Mr. per cent liavtt In onler. Seventy nine tpt tit Sutnluy with Mr. ami .Mr. John uml Mr. Milton Ward and Mr. C. It. keronetie lamp to trim ami till. Smith of Point l.eavell. Henry. mt teitt Uo the family wa.hlttg, Mitt Nelle i'elphrey liait been the Mr. and Mr. Wm. Scott, Meatr alwul half uf llieiti Ituvlug wa.hlng Aitnelle Cur (iene Scott and Kundolph 1'ointer, ami tit. other half lining Kuetl recently of Mi machine ami un of Stanford. the work with tub, wah-buan- l motored to Lexington Thursday for per tent have gu boiler. Tweiily-.McmIiiiiic t'urrie Davidton and the day. com ur electric Iroiw lu make mure Wm Sutton were Saturday vititur of Mr. Sallie McKinney and daugliter furtable the la.k of Ironing. Ninety Mr, (iuy Davidton at (.uncatter. of llamlltun Uhiu ipent a portion of two per cent ilo tome ur all of the famof Mitt Mr. and Mr. Ollie (Iruliam ure re the patt week the guest ily fcewlng. (iur.leu work I ilune by ifjil per (Mil, Ul ier cent make all ur julcinif over the arrival of u little Agnet llenderton. part uf lite family hreail ami OU Mr nun, William Milton. Mr. and Mr. William Une and litKlglily-oucent haw. churning to Mr. and Mr William Walker had tle ton, and daughter, Miitea Flonnie .. r cent uf all xiultry fl.Kka aro cared for their Sunduy vi.it urt Mr and Mr. Mae and Savannah attended church lor by wumeii. One fourth uf the farm Uo;- Sunday at l'leatant Hill. tilt! cVMren. lite live wutueo belli In feiil aiul Mr. and Mr. Hubert Vater peut Matter Z. T. Kice Jr., who spent aluck, auj 'Jl er cent uf Iheut ieod I l tt ytar taaitlltt all 1 , rAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. In itchtxtl, club, or tilth la In he umiige a recljM for a large number I ay home tctiiiomk lontriilettt to eierta of the I'liltttl State, ilepart-meii- t The follow int of atrlcillture. recliie. for t ami cream oup will tlfty. Cocoa. he, ctN-o- Cocoa, Milk. cunt IScup. 1 Il.tllln .ri.rt. W.l.r uuart. w.trr, I I tilnt .y.oro, . , j urf, '.'.-- ' J Nine-ly-a- ls !. e !.! iu . tor Mix cocoa wllh pint of .old water until tmootli, add llllng water ami to thirty mluutea. atlrrlnt boll the ummer with hi grandmother, Tuttle, Their many f rienil here Add tugar to hot milk returned tend to them their heartfelt sympathy Mr. Carrie Davidton. mixIn tluubat ludler, and our tiH-i! bereavement. Their in their ureal to hi home in Richmond. ture lnta thla. Ileal with egg t'.ater Mr. and Mrs Sam Morris, and chil- - futl.eri Mr. Milton lutlle accumpnn. until frftttt form, on aiirface. them home Saturday niKhl for u dren. Mr and Mr Henry Tuttle and Creav Soup Potato. Mr. and visit. vUited Miiw I)ayie Hunell I'utatiMt. I en.tiJ. rtcaMxl uillk It Mr. A. N, Merida Sunday. ur t of in4luin ipiatl. Val bI fat, I tls. Mr. and Mr. Hiucom I'elphrey and( Onion.. I tnxllitai rui'a tluur. I'i rupa Nelle I'elphrey and Matter LetMi titil nn tatU.p-inH.U. llulline he JetiniHK uttcuded the show Sat t' a yen Su tiuait. 4 in l'aralr. llil. unlay night at Liuicatter. ton., rlioia4 Mr. and Mr. Miley lleaxley are re. I milk, Make a white ant.,--. uf Many a struW Oltea-r.- ua h ceiviiiK coiiKratulatlon over the fat, flour, ami Mitt add lu thl tha -- neatar. lMn rooketl, dlcrd, or maVieil aitatoea and uf a little daughter, September I Arouud all .lay with au aching back. onion. .Season; mtvc hot lHh. J.e..hlin. Cordeti. at nll.t: Caa't 'nil recipe may kj iie for any Kuougli Ui tuako any ouo "glvo out." cream soup by uihtliulliig any other Mr. James Yantt and ton Her-chUoau'a Kidnuy I'lllt an. helping vegetable for the Hitata and onlnn or home Wednesday, , returned your by using lUh fur Itnvtirlnf. after u visit with relative uml friend Ihoui&nda. Aakkldnuy nelghboraS Ttioy am for backache; Williamsburg. ut Corbin und And other ktduey Ilia. Mr .und Mr. William Kinder and Hern U Iutcaster proof of thalr ton, Keuben llurrit and little Mis lierif Willie Mae lieazley have returned Mr. Jott Turner, Trot ton Ae.,aay' home after a vitit with Mr. und Mr. "A few yuan ago my kklney got out imT order and I had backachtu. I fe4t Iluyden Wuddle at Somenet. lull and languid aad tlreil easily. My Mr. and Mr. Win. Canon und Mis kkloey actod IrrenuUrly, too. A (let rid of uaeleaa thing. Annelle Caron, Mr. and Mr. Stuart frfeed told ma of Doan'a Kldaey fill a a Canon and baby of Stanford, were aod I bought aoaa at KtoruMw' Drug Have good light ahcre yua wtrk Um of tkit backache most. Kuett Sunday at a delightful six rMora. Thoy rid ordor " o'clock dinner ut the home of Mr. aad put my kldaaya la a Price Wc. at all dealer. Doat and Mn. Batcom I'elphrey. (ireea baaauaa may ka paa!4. Ml4 kUnoy reaedy-i- et latply aak for a aad nathed Ilka potatoaa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Mr. Deaaa Klanoy Pill Cha aarae taal a a and Mn. Charlie Tuttle were called to Mra. Tvraer aa4. ter aUlaura C., 0 rata Ike rlait a( aaaall letaoa at Barbounville last Thunday by the Mfr. Hufalo, N. T, kaUf aa oraaga lato taa kraad pitddlag death uf their mother, Mn. Milton ex-h- ut ' , GIVING OUT tlt, n. CU-riv- ar-iT- , 1 rt OfMSTTO IHOUStWIff tot kajttM takiaa. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Sept 23, GREEN TOMATOES ARE 1 920 POINT LEAVELL. 1 i At The Editor Sce It. io(nl ritltrn wnnt our opinion, rilitnrfnll)' rxprrril, a to the mot priirtlrnl mrthoil of tiniulutinjt a (.renter Intrre-- t in lorn uffaira on thr part of tin pudlir Vram nun when the prrrnt mlult Keneriitlnn wrrr chililren, the uttriir lion thnl lirmiirlit out reulnrly the Krrnlpnt niltiihrr of people wn the weekly ini'ulint of the olil fnahioneil ilrhntitlK society The memlier of thr society woulil selrrt ii slllijrrt to lie ilincilsM'il, Iwith alllrnmtively nml neniitlely. Then from their fricnilhip, ly vote, they would nelert the pe.iker lm were to nrtrue the pro nml cons of the suhjret, two taklni: the affirmOf nlive mile nml two the nrKiitlve iiitire a time limit wn plnreil up. A - SUPERIOR FOR JELLY Attractive in Color and ol pleat ant Taste. Poctln SubttancM ant Adda of Lt men and Oranf Art Found In toth Julc and Vhltt r Pulp la Uaaful, Pl Laft-Ova- lly aililltm Iritinri r orange nr hth, ' J ran e iiiinli- - from irrreii wlili li l nf an uttrnctlie color ti tit lliniicli iiiiiikiihI lliiMir nml nf !! Tlic 'tlli MiliMutn e nml mli nf lemon Mini nriilire. nlilill intlfrr J J nwklnc prn.erllr ltii tomato Juli ! nre fiuiiiil In In.tli Julie inn) - Inlly In l, hut white the iHttcr, The hitter liiHe nf Hi" mi'iHjlH wultr on eiich speech. i will not Interfere with the rlnmr people A jury of live or seven f the nnriH.knl product, hi eonllng lo i u decishome fiiiiininlc of tin- - fulled would he elected to render ion at the rime of the sprnkinir, and Mute ilepnrtinehl nf MKlii tllluie. the contestant would k to it, their MHjrtU 1 f..n lumMrxa Kirttiiri rootlnc with lavish applause 1 I'lnla 4 IS l.mmi 17 ounrval at every tellint point made. 2 uranifii lU miinrfi would he lirntlk'llt More vital nil virup aImhiI II: t.ifltV Mr ifirwii innkito, I ii out in tliee pllhlic dehate III one lut i.iimii Into mnll plee. nnV tiik'ht than would crop nut in a year II I pint nf Muter fur half hIi hour. of the ordinary routine of life At I In" uiiie lime the uriine.- - rlml. AnJ Incidentally we micht remark Hit up miihII nr put tliriiiiirti a Hunt that some of the most brilliant orn itinplwr In n pint nf wni.-- r likliiy country has ever produced Hi peel iftiiliT. tor thl ii to salted received their early training In puh-liI III IHHk tu lit tc.il Inter Ill inw It spenkini; in the old time dehatini ! lug n HWi. Combine t ilil Inn- -. Mini ilrnln llirimkli u Jell) I Wi- society. It revival would he a reminiscent lli the Usual wny Stleee Hie bug Ill nliler llt't ti Mle Hie Jllli e pleasure to the older head nmonc us, mi will tllnl and n Messing to the younger generwhuh rvinaln IhIiIiiiI - 'ii eiini: ! tint ation that i springing up. Hint III Hit ir.ntlv affect eleii Hie n'wnrnne nf The good eitiien ha our humhle 'lie Jelly There should In- - a ipinrt nf opinion. ncnrdllir In tin line, iimre nr le fate nt wlili li Hie water ihb lint It is fnshlomililc in Tarts to wear lti.ll tin- - Julie for ten Lolled tlimii It In hulk Mill ion dtetues that come only aliout to the uilliille tn retime knee. Hut. ding it, thi is not I'.iriv t tin- - einl nf Hit etitrnlr Its mltd tmllliK JxtIimI. llieHre I In- - Juice, fur llon't tell our hushnud "you told l null cupful nf June niM one half " It's galling enough for nrnl imt half Hpfnl lrnp him uf rn.ii.-Hull until n Cn.l Ml, le.t - wilted him to rememhor without heing reHint I until It heelo'!" Jelli a. the minded. Inst ilrlpplm: rtmie from Hie mmmiii nr when n ilmp iii. mi u n.ld (date Large nttmhers of Herman of the will he 'fin' alnnimt nf lell) .retlM-iilucateil class are coming to the, at lent three i:lne nr mwew lint fluted State, to earn a living. The' mote than one pint It Mm) under in the Middle in (ier-- ' he i.lwnl proletariat tatorahle clrniiintanee many, and with their money gone and twice thl. their title without value there apIf Hil Juice-- wln n poured Into sla-stun, tleii nf J.lllllik-- luit ilne lint pears to he nothing left for them ' hut to kiss the hand that smote them 't at nine et It iinnr llslitl) nU ereil with rlntli. fnr eenil Hut it' a good hand to kiss. rna) secure n fine Ann Jell) nt the nut nf n week It InmliJ then .e cov. The popular favorite amongst tinervd with mt HirMr)lli h H'IihI pacers this enr are the three wonderIII mr tprrtiiiri "in Jellle ful mare Margaret IMIIon, unbeaten, inartr with a larSf ritHirtlnn nf nrti Massachusetts; Juno, that imp will n ntlfnrtnry If mtimI owned In after tnnilliif ha lost hut one rure, owned In Ohio; within an Imi'ir nr nut nf H Kla. I'Mt iln lint "InHil lip" and Princes Mary, heaten hut once, No year ever saw If left I" ntninl fur a iln) nr owned In Canada. lrft-tl.two, eieli thulU-- ipille Drtll III Hu three like them and they will meet in ClIllllliK TIIK tTMIIKKLANIi stake at l.ex pulp lift after ilrainlns fi'r ington. Octoher Uh. In that race rweet pleil LTn ll tnlliatn rell'li however, there are eleven other wm " Mis Kthyl Hammond left Tuesday far lli rra Collrge. Mis Jennie llammnck left Tues day to enter llerra College. Mr. Taylor Hammond" I spending a week with home folks. Hell spent Sunday and Mr. Monday with Mr. Irn Hell. Mis Zclln Dillinn spent Monday night with Mir Jennie Hammack. Mrs. S. A Hammons and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Jasper Huelette Mr. and Mrs. Ilobart Smith of Lexington spoil Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. John Smith. Mise Kstella Hnmmark and 'ilia Dillon spent Sunday with Mi llattle McCiucrry : Mr. and Mrs. It. I.. iiii ( firt On Saturday Mr. Frank Hurt of I'aint Sunday evening guets of Mrs. J. M. Hell. Duncan ."id Lick were Mr. nml iuc kp c October 2nd at Eleven O'clock, A. M. We, Joe Bott and I, being the firm of James one I. Hamilton and Joe Bott Haselden, the Joe named for "Uncle Joe", the "Bott" he also carries Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Kay entertained friends Sunday nt dinner. Mrs. Nannie Moherley was the visitor Sunday of Mrs. Mary Clouie. Mr. Lawrence Spark who has been in Richmond for some time is at home for a visit, Mi Annie Mae Spenke wa. the guest Saturday night of Mis Mnttie Heulah Cobb. Mr. and Mr. Carl Cotton and Mr Amanda Clouc were in Ijincater on n few huine. Friday Mr. and Mr. Kobert Carter spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. nil-fil- but just where he got it question. t What is it, where did he get it? Now be on hand, get the date square in your head. We will sell the KELLY HOGG FARM on the Lexington pike, one miles from Camp Dick Robinson, opposite the Robert Rankin farm, sisting of 120 acres of land, divided into five tracts. con- i il), - nn ln j v r Walker Hurdette. Mrs. Kclda (Jreen of Nicholasville visiting her daughter Mrs. Mnry l Clouse of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan and children spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. (5. Preston. Mr. nml Mrs. I.otie Itancy and daughter were the guests Sunday of .Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder. Mr. and Mr. Robert Whittakcr and children were the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hasty of Huckeye. .Mr. and Mrs. Hill Matthews nml daughter, Arleigh, spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I.em Matthews. Mr. Mose Simpson and son were the guests Saturday night and Sun-da- y of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Simpson. Mrs. Nan Cobb and daughter Mnttie Heulah were the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Matthews and family. .Mrs. Amanda Clouse nml daughters Mauilie nml Kthyl were the guests on Sunday of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Dillnrd Simpson and Miss Osie Hill. WOLF TRAIL. MEAT PIE MADE ATTRACTIVE tier, including the Lillian S , Kdnn stake winner S Karly, Symbol M.antrf Petato Crutt Mal.fi Cicflltnt Subtllute for Pastry Brown Well en Top. In ret and lnft I'ateh. MT. IIKtmbN Mrs. I! 1. (irow I able to bo mi again after several week illness. meat pi.', Thin nniieiliii- i- n pli'ant lliniiirn Mf and Mr. W. N Crow of I'lens t ! nf erwn-laeumale nn iittrnrtlw of mil Mill are attending services at this unit ilatiH. tnceilier lntenil plniv nf llm ii lii'i'liiM itr) rril't fnr x.Ht, rnit l n two ili ii eparcHe illh-- . place. IT road in front of house. 6htphtrd'a Pit. the mliirv.1 ! r any nthrr t tainli. mer ineiit. well eantie.l alnl inlteil with n llttli cnu tin" top wlHi inn'lntl hiIIixwith n Milfc. I'ut In I'M" i'm anil men ami Imnt jintll Imt throiirli ami t'llltfit Slate well tipiwmil mi tup .epurtiiient nf Acrliulnim. Ir-f- I. Inn n ilMi nrotiml pr-pnHitatiw with inii-lii'- il fnr the tahle. then fill wild Messrs Tho Hicks and II. U. Mont gomery attended the Slate Fair last week. Menu Land fronting on Lexington pike. We will tell you that its going to Mr. and Mrs. Strawder (Iraham of near Wllmore were week end guests of relatives here. Mrs. Speeil Sherrow who has been dangerously III the past week is a little better at this writing. .Mr, and Mrs. Uinnie Scott and BOY daughter. Mis Kettle of Nicholasville L PRIZE FOR were with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Two Montana Lad Taaa Flrit Honor Deane Sunday, In Canning and Braad Making Mrs. Klizn J. Mldilleton returned at StaU Fair. 4 Sunday to her home near laincnster I'liiiuliik ileiiiniitriitlnn award-i- t after being with Mr. nml Mr. Tho. T"h flrt irt at llm Mniitiiim Mtnle I.emay for some time, i I'X a hli:lf fair laul fall " l' Mcidamc II. I.. Thompson and Mho! Ii), ii ini nil iT of tho Im)' i ltih daughter Velma and J. H. Hcan are ill rnniliioliil liy Hn i'nlKil Wnti-visiting their ister, Mrs. K. I. Uw- Iwrlmi nt of iiKrlniltiiro iiml tlio inlleire I.Uewl,'. the flrt tii n ut Itavenwood Missouri, prlie In llir ItiiiiI ileinnii'triitloii uvnt Mr and Mrs. lilrhard Morgan of I'IkIi to a Imy nun from !! Sun-du- y Mlionl. lnlh luil w,m otir ein-Iwlt- . WHmore nttendrd servicea here f ili" li'ailera and were the guesla of their unti of tin' lilial In thn cluli work l in nwlall'i' H" cle, Mr, John llamm and family, lliey lullfW n luippler a Mr, und Mr. Lewis Murphy of h nml niori" aiinvanfiil liouu llfi I Mr. and Mrs. S. N. la fuiiilllar with Lexington and tiilniM wlifii lhi moil Morford and daughter Miss Christine the umimii'a work, anil Uf rraa. attended services of Nicholasville here Sunday LaVLB Mr, and Mrs, Kd llendrickton and son, William of Orchard drove, and .Messrs (ioebel and Wulter Scott of Nlchulnsvllle cre with their grandmother Mrs. K. K. Scott Sunday. Kev, K. II. Illakemuii of Wilmore, C'hnone ttiliiKH rany to rlruii and varrf is comlucting a series of meetings at for. a thin place, which lire being well at ulr of rub- tended. Owing A lliiin rae to liolil a to previous ar ier a la ait melli-u- t sift rangemcnts the pastor is not helping in the meeting. with Hip wlitta of un A letter Mrs. John Montgomery und daughit cannot b ateainitl t'lxn. ter, Mr. America Davis ami two children, Klenor and Wriulle, returned Drlad tt ran t frlulnl with y to their home in Union Iowa, trtaa luatrad of huttrr. after a weeks visit with relat catvaM- - tives here. IteX la tne BWi taluabl utrnia frcm a bratlii lumlK)lct. Mr Klbert Tenter has purliaVed a new Ford cnr. .Mr nnd Mrs. .Martin Davit were in Nicholasville Monday. Mr Jlernard Ray left Tuesday for some part of Michigan. Mrs Mose Hay spent Sunday after noun with Mrs. Powell Dailey. Miss Jessie II. Ray spent Saturday night with Mis. Thelma Simpson. Miss Lillian A. Dailey spent one night of Inst week with Miss Frnncis Davis. Mr. nml Mrs. Homer Cannon are now with Mr. and Mr. Andrew firr Stotts. Splendid two story house; good tobacco barn, never failing spring; 150 fruit trees; all in grass; good neighborhood; close to church, County HIGH-SCHOO- Will make a proposition on that day that no Real Estate man ever made in the history of Kentucky and invite all Real Estate men to be present. "'' Will make you a proposition where you can make money and will bind our selves in such a way that you can't lose. Misses Ague Jones and Thelmu Sinuuon were guests Thursday night 'of Mis Jihsle H. Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley nml son spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray. , Mr. and Mrs. F.vcretle Duncan and chililren were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. Ilnrve McCulley. , Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and daughter were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Muberlcy an I little daughter spent the week ind with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.,ll.trve Tenter, Mrs. Abe Hurtun received the news here Sunday that her son Phillip House had arrived in Madison, from oversea. Mr, nnd Mr. Girl Cotton nnd bright little son spent from S.i t ui.hu-unti- l Sunday in Madison with Mr und .Mrs. Trncie Wnrner. Mr. and Mrs. Klijah McMillian and Master llolman Jr., Mi. nnd Mrs. d Smith of Poor Ridge motored to High llridge Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. W, T. Moberley spent the week end in Madison with .Mr und Mr. Fred Howard and attended the meeting nt Snlem. Mr. Abe Hurton entertained on Thursday, Mesdame Klijah McMillian, Carl Moberley und daughter, l.eola und Wilbert Dailey. Mr. und Mr. John Dailey entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Morris Murphy. Mr. und Mrs. Heather Murphy of Mudison, Mr. und Mr. Robert Sower, Mr. and Mr. Allie Reynold i. ' V- - !.we! Palle Ilu-for- sell and we are not going to take it down, will promise to sell the bid is. at whatever 41L4KHind l6e House WtL THE TERMS will be a nice marker for your grave. time long enough that I could die in peace. "I bought on k ha-co- u Wed-nrida- Haselden & Hamilton i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 23, 920 1 KENTUCKY September Crop Report USE MACHINES IN CUTTING CORN POSSIBILITY Of ChaiiKo In Method Of Curing Tobacco. In the annual report .if the K Pie Supper. ClassifM Cflmnn RATKSi .Single insertions Ic a word No ad taken for less than L'Oc in thl column. No mis in this Kentucky' crop prospect now in line corn dicate tin- - production of crop of 107,11(1.000 bushels compiir. e.l to S.'.oOO.OOO bushels last yenr nnd n totmcro crop of I 12, 1:11,0(10 pound' compared to trii!,,i00,0il() lt. produr I fcsaJ aar bbbbt LaaW I ih ii)t year according to tin- Scptcm , her crop report Issued jointly recent ly .it Louisville, and Frankfort by, II. F llryant. Kentucky agent of the"' U. S. Ilureau of Crop Estimate... an. as ismmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmYHfl bssbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHV aVsaBBBBsaa V, C. Ilannn, State Commissioner o'l Agriculture. l.ofCi.OtMl 111 I (Lit are estimated bushels pro ' compared to tt.UOO.OOO iluceil lat year; potatoes ii.rl.Ono bushels compared to 5,010.000 year; sweet potatoes l.M.i.OOO bu . compared to 1,(180.000; barley 111,-00- 0 bushels compared to 100,000; a p. I pies ri.'J2:t,00() bushels compared to I.IM1.000; peaches l,5t50.000 bushel bushels compared to T'Jfi.OOO lat year and sorghum for irup Jl.O.'l'.t.OOO s t'J.OOO gallons compared to The Proper Time (or Cutting Corn In Order to Preserve It, Full Feeding, made lat year. Value I So Short That th Savl ng of Time From the Use of Mj All these forecasts are subject to ehlnery for Harvesting Often Meant More In the Farmer Pocket revision upward or downward later Than Merely the Wage Saved. In the eaon .ilcpcndllig on whether ,.,,i.lll Inn, nr f Cutting corn with m.ictilnerr does i.r ,,,, f .,i'.ir In Mcr to make the of the no' reduce materially the cost of cut- - j loinlei north while, die piltictloii In able for proper maturity. The recent wet wether will haw a llli. It tines, however, enable the Inlmr iiimI the saving ilue to tetlln farmer to cut n gHi-i- acreage much tin- - work limits at tin rter time tendency to increase the tobacco estiway, often must more than m) for the lle of the In more mate, while the damage from rust proves ipilckty, and.The that proper time for tin. Iiliic. tin- - twine ami the lalmr of pmtltahlc. and "wildfire" may tend slightly to cutting corn In order to preserve It th.. .irv,. reduce it. The excitement over dam I he taxing Is greater when cutting full fe,llng value Is so short ainl age from rust and "wildtire" appar-- ' other work Is tisuallj-ITie pressing that for sicf. for several reason, of! the saving of time often means ft I hlmler saves the lalMir of at Ieitt two ently has caused t men In cutting. Often Hie nlng In the per cent of damage to the crop I irrcnt ileal more In the farmer's In man eouiii any actunl "living in wages nine ih.e to hatlni: the stnlk as a whole, nltho individual losses Iini.,- - will eliaMt' may be severe, even complete in ainl other cutting cost. 'Hits Is the- lilltidlei Instead of mafurther to reduce the the lew taken of some cases. The State's total tobac- n small li(ti,rv l.v tli., ITritt.Ml s.ti.1... tl..f..,rt. le of the crew. Is If onlyput up. a co acreage is about 10 per cent less. ;,f Krk.11uri.i a, , amount of slliue to be than last year, representing a heavy dinners' iWn rj. the Use of Ma-c- binder would not be n p:ilng opera in acreage in the Western Ken- - Wilnery In Cutting Com. Th,. savlm- - Hon tintes there were ti Inrire iptan tucky districts and a big increase of Is greater In cutting com fur silage tlly of other com to cut. The iii-o-acreage in the hurley counties. The than for foihler, the bulletin continues. cnitlve ue of both binder nnd cutter l The two types of ilcned nnd Is l United States total tobuccu crop now that for is estimated at 1 ,5.11,8 IL',000 pounds machinery, the com hinder ami the where the onlv com cut Mage. onerhlp and platform harvester, nre itlscuse In compared to l,.18D.4.r8,000 pounds use of the binder Is s.ild to lie fredetail. Under normal condition. It I produced last year. "tiled, the binder drawn hy three quently ndrantagrou for mall farm-ers'Hie use of the corn etator In horses will cut about seven acre Id a connection with the binder I day. One man will be reand both the adiantagea and quired to operate the machine ant two Ohio cannot lose in the prospecIn shock; the com. Tliese thret. men dlsaihantaces piilnted out tive November unpleasantness. And working with corn knives Platform Harvester Cheaper. until pmb-ahlneither can the newiar word or The platform hnreter. while a he utile to cut about four acre "craft,' as brother Cox fraternally ta a day. The hlmler. there- cruder machine thnn tin binder Is termed his profession in his reply fore, dues nearly twice an much work much le exjH'iisUe to niri'line only one hore liisienil of thre.' do wiihout It. to brother Harding' not less froter-na- l a the three men or four, and two nn'n Instead of Objection to Binder. congratulations. Whatever the Its day's work Is alwiut four There however, limitation and thn-e- . rest of the country may fcel-t- hc law ' . ..I.I.....I....- are. at gw in .. ... . .,, . ., i "i'jiimi. hi iiie mniier. If or the ncre, Generally, the ispilva-len.. ..in ,v,ri iiuiiki'ik uiiu runcge ,. com Ii. badly blown down, the jm. of the labor of one man Is savin) presidents and other groups from binder may not he able to handle It every day the platform harvester Is whom nominee might have been tak- - and may ha.e to aland Idle through a Used. The work Is hnrdi-with the en the men who make newspapers easou. The binder necearlly knocks platform hnrcter than with the Hut the platform harvester have every reason to regard the orl l "X t"m'" ot the ram. and It may be hinder nd a man ou r the ran lie ti.ed more profitably on small " as amply respectful to their chwu s than and can I n'u 10 l"c ""d. "' "", ,''r, to handle 3len farm-- - Idle a can a hinder of theIt time for glorv. greater part first find It hanli-taml the ; i at Out in Kansas, whew all the new-fn,m a binder than to handle or wear out sooner than n hinder and arc suuncr or i.uer r.orn, tney ,(je gtnlks. Some Mm I its drop the still be a profitable Investment. In have been electing editors for some bundle so nearly behind the machine cutting corn for silnge. the platform time, to the exclusion of practically that the horses haw In walk oter harvester will not save as much labor everybody else. Henry Allen, of them on the next round, and thus con- ns n hinder. Copies of the bulletin may be had "The Wichita lleacon,"goe to the siderable dumagu I douu to the com. free on application to the division of State House; Victor Murdock. of However, the sx'Cln!lsUi ay, tht- -e can he tnlllllilllted eien where publli atloii". United States depart"The Wichita Kagle," goes to they cannot he completely obviated. ment of agriculture, Washington. (when the going is good) ; William Morgan, of "The Hutchin-o- n News," tried the Senate for a DECREASE INDICATED while, and Will White, of "The New Farm Publications. Gazette," is official adviser to IN ANIMAL PRODUCTS following pnbllcatlons The the universe for life. were Issued by the United States Hut heretofore the rule for Presidepartment of agriculture during dent ha been quite different. The Losing Ground in Value of ExWM: the week ended July Kansas custom still remains to he of The Making and ports Since 1893. established in the nation. lawyer Parmer's bulSlluire. (llevl-ed- ) teacher and soldiers have pretty well letin .IT. monopolized the Presidency. Never Forage for the Cotton I tell, World War Brought Percentage Up has a newspaper man by training runner' bulletin ll'.'.l. Suddenly to 29.4, or Almost Double Sudan fSrass. Fanners' bulmid career sat in the White House, What It Had Been In PreCity Milk Pianist letin II '.H. The present nomination begins a new ceding Five Year. Const nirt Ion and Arrangement. era. Therefore, newipaper may Iepnrtmelit bulletin SIO. pardoned if they give themselve a Animal products have been loMng peteloptneut of the Penivlatl hort cheer and congratulate the rest ground In relative txialtlou In the vul- - I Alfalfa Industry. Iiepurtmeiit f the agricultural exjMirts of this of the country on its opiiortunity to! ' circular ICI. Motion Pictures of the IVpart-min- t make ine selection of a newspaper country since IStl. In that year they Ivpnrt-m- i were '.".).H I cent of the value of all i of Agriculture. President ununiinou. I nt circular II I, Incidentally, the ncmit;at'ot:s also domestic agricultural export, and, by Copies of tln- -e publications u erases, they were 'JS.4 mt establish u new record for a post-wa- r may he obtained on application cent In lSlM ISOS. 'J'M per cent In I President. Sohlieu luv. always to the dlvNInn of publications, per cent In lOOMOU!). prevailed before. 1 further proof IKSitMWn. 2I.S ('tilted States department of agand H50 ier cent In HKW10KI. needed to establish the final victory C. In riculture, Washington, war. Thl Then followed the world of the typewriter over the sword? order to aid the denrtment In ercentage for animal hrotizht th giving prompt attention, make product up to 'JIM. or suddenly to a I )our request definite by specifyCox Would Like fraction almost double what It bad , ing the distinct class and numj been In the preceding five year. Fur ber of publication crop and crop Hoover As Aid. The percentage for example! Fanner' bulletin No. products being complementary to thoe .'70 ; depart ment bulletin WJ; deSAN FRANCISCO, Calif. Gov- for animal product. It follows that partment circular OX ernor Cox, in an uddress Saturday be- crops gained relatively when animal product lot, and lost when they gainfore a luncheon of busines men, to Herbert Hoover n the type ed. It I to be rememberi'.l that value quantities. KEEPING FLIES FROM COWS of trained mind lie would like to have are Involved and not Steady gain In relative position In . in hi Cabinet, if elected. of this country has been Mlsturi Recommended by Or. C. H. "Mr. Hoover's effective service in the ImiMirt made by animal products, and the war Eckle Applied Advantsgeoutly the war wu largely due to hi thor- accentuated the gain. I'rom With Spray Pump. ough training us an engineer," he to lllll li'l.H. the fraction representing to Mild, "and if I cuu induce him, one of these products Increased from The following two formula of a tlio best engineers in the country will !KU ikt cent. reasonably priced "tly rep'llent" were it in my Cabinet." by lr. C. II. Kckles , recoliiliiendisl The Governor uUo favored in this COWPEAS ARE ADVANTAGEOUS when he was professor of the de-- I speech the abolishing of the exceit partmeiit of dnlrylng of the Missouri university collfgit of agrlculturu: profit tux, which, he said, was justi- Plant Can Endur Considerable 1. Fish oil I gallon, oil of pine tar fied during the war, but no longer Drought Under Favorable Clrcum. '.' ounce, oil of pi'nnroyiil '.uunces, necessary". stances Good a Feed. WWW There will be n pie upper at the Hire Academy school house on Saturday evening, September 'JMh. The proceeds derived at this supper will LIt. g to the sshoiil .Ili hKlBlBH aaw 1 l.t gal-lon- i i over-estimat- iio.-l.e- tu(k Kxperiment Statio.i wh cli m Uitccnie TluuiiiU Just off press Cooper writes: "For several ve.irs pa t the l.xpcntrcnt Sl.it oi ha.- - been attempt. ng to determine n method of curing hurley tobacco by urtiilr;nl Knough work hn bein combent pleted tj show that as hiir't grade of leaf can be obtained by iluc curing at a relatively low temperature as by comnir curing, thus ellmlnHii'i pletely the danger of home hurtilnr With the increasing lmrortatic, of the hurley tobacco industry, u i probable that the me of nrt In lal heat may he advantageously resorted more generally. This would hold true cspecmll) in seasons when ill-- i ate ci'tmitlons are unfavorable for curing r Durmg the wst ear, curing Hints were conductetl with dark tobacco as grown in western henturFMirt tobaccos of this region k) giving mem a are open strong tluvnr of creosote. The growing scarcity of wood In many regions is making the curing process very expensive and in time it will be almost imKjl!i!e to secure the necessary supplier of wood at a reasonable figure. The experiments at the llxpen-mcn- t Station were designed to deter mine the poibility of accotnplihing results equivalent to those obtained 1) open wood tiring by a combination of and smoking with wood smoke. The heat in is fur In apnished In any kind of fuel pearance the tobacco cured by this process is equal to open In all respects but does not have quite so pronounced an odor of smoke. This experiment is to be continued It is not known how the buyer will value the leaf cured In this way ex-pelire-curellue-curin- g tlue-curin- g tlre-curc- d column charged Seven insertions for the price of live. Phone order must he paid promptly. )aVKilla?jejCa.xeji'XXx7a; There will be u pie supper at Sycamore School Home. Friday night, Oct --'nil Proceeds for the benefit of the schoi i xwMiajevr: j FOK SAI.K wagon FOH SAI.K (illOil light K ( Spring dairies, Sew CARDS, j M. S. DENTIST Office mg machine New Franklin Price reasonable Hugh M utile) HATFIELD Phoaes Office FOH SAI.K- - One registered South LANCASTER. down Huck, '1 years old Price lid N. J (iosney, Cnrap Dick Itiilnn.i ii It pd FOH SAI.K- - V head of sheep ex K. W. Perkim, tra good ones. Ijusrnstcr K Hrynntsviltc phone t'17-it-p- LOST Hed gilt, with few small Weight I'.Ti pounds black spot Hensotinhle reward. W II. Moss. Jr or The Garrarsl Bank. S. ReiiaWe 376. - KENTUCKY. J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Opttmttriit DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY. Oppoaite Gilcher Hotel. OrTit-- Three Shorthorn hu'l calves; I'tve Feeding rattle, weight wu nils. Quality good about FOH SAI.K - Hours A Id 12 and I Is S p as, O T Uytot Ten herse power FOH SAI.K (iasullne engine and ensilage cutter, complete with belts, plilng etc. 113 Jesse W Sanders New-Phon- J. A. Becizlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ot!!re Over National Hank. Hesidenre I'horie 3, OlDce Phone 27 LANCASTKH. KY. ll.lt-tf- . Hay mare pony. LOST 114 hands high, shod only in front. Strayed from my place at Nina, Sept. Ith lEeward for Information. Kb Whltted 'Jt.pd. FOK SAI.K PHIVATKI.Y My H. J. PATRICK, DentiMt. Kentuokv . The Unbeatable. ten-hou- ills-itie- , 100 Days For $1.80. farm of IS acres on Crab Orchard pike, ft miles from ljincmtcr, well watered and improved. Charlie Cox. Stanford Ky, Koute 4. Paint Lick. y ten-hou- The Record will send the Daily '.J.t.'-'t-p- d. Courier Journal 100 day for ll.M). 7 acres of land on FOH SAI.K Will sell sub.1 This will take the subscribers thru new Danville pike VETERINARIAN. This Is a part Calls Answered Promptly Day Presidential campaign and until divided or as a whole the Cook furm. Address long after the votes are counted. of the Will Ni'ht. I'hnn 317 Kd Arnold. Ijinrnster. Iloute I Send subcriptlons to this office. i anc.x i :t, F.r.NrtvK Dr. Printus Walktr lt-p- d ! t r "w,y ,,,,., r iiii-tt- s Con-Kre- Km-por- ia ( t ! FOH SAI.K -- One of three yearl lug southdown rams just received from Hotirbou county extra good The underlined hereby give warn-Vi- g S.'lll.OO. Also one short to all person nut to treipaa upon two year old southdown ram used one lur lands for any purpose whatever leath aeason. Price Jlfi.00. .. T. Hlce & Co U we will prosecute all offender t. Life and the power to think and . Four miles out on Hurkeye pike the fullest extent of the law. Huntact were given to Us for a purpose, Phone I). P. Pelphrey. :U7-A- . ers and fishermen especially take hut that purpose was not one de notice. SAI.KSMKN WANTKD - Lubrical Mrs. to mind, and body, and soul. structive It. I. Elkia. Cora Phillips, The vitality within our human ing Oil, Crease, Paint, Specialties, Mrs. Emma Daniels, frames is limited and when we strain Whole or part time. Commission K. - Arnold. it beyond the point of wisdom we basis. Samples free. Men with car Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley. pass the pinnacle of existence and en- or rig. Write for the attractive terms Mr. Emm Higglnbothaai. ' upon the decline of life. Hiverside Hefining Co,. ter Kdd and N. 0. Price. Ily defying the law of nature we Cleveland. Ohio, ' 8. C. Kigtby. bring death Immeasurably nearer by FOH SAI.KFrame house of seven D. M. AnArson. net wholly our own. rooms, basement, cistern and city K. U Darker I'he beacon light is golden, but It D. I. Kelley. House comparatively new,' c. Iraws us steadily onward and down water! Klnby. I. shade and out buildings. Located on ward. Mr. Victoria Anderson, Crab Orchard street, known a Ash-- , Thompson and Tracy rossesaiou January Our parculri post Htiould bu ley proerty, Price $4000.00. For lit, 1121. one--Price Ilt-p- you feel aggrieved if we ere to tell you that you nre chasing bath every ilay in the year? Hut you are--w- e all are for tills ts a death chasing age in which we live. We are rushing through life at too rapid a speed III our efforts to keep pace with a galloping world. The beacon light which we follow It Is glaring, blinding "d blighting. nnd more gold. Is the light of gold It fascinates, and charm nnd de moralizes its victim until manly to its sinister intluences van ishes in our craving for the inordi nate pleusures which wealth alone can give. We stunt our bodies, stultify our minds, and peril our souls In our insatiate greed fur more. The pace we travel is one of mad ness, and the beacon we follow Is lighted by the hand of premature Would FOH SAI.K Spotted jMiny. belong lug to Mrs. J. N. Hrown. formerly Mis Anna Held- - Hurnslde, gentle to Can be seen at the ride and drive Mr J. ( Hurnslde home of (.ancastcr. Houte I M PHIVATKI.Y FOH SAI.K home place on Stanford street. Just Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Jtltn M. McRobcrtt. outside city limits, containing about five acres, well improved, with nice res dence, barn and well equipped slaughter house llayden Leave)!, '.'.i-lt-p- N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION C.UARANTKKI) , To my place nbout STHAYKD: the midlde of August, a white and red shout, weight about 0 pounds. Own er can have pig by proving same and J F. Adatxys. paying churges. y.'.-at. lmraster, Ky . R. F I). No. l Ky POSTED in more Kutieral uu. dc-lre- d. 1V.H-1S0- I e Cowpeu are lovers of warm and cuu endure considerable circumAll housekeeper who would like to drou(ht under favorable have assistance in canning, preserv- stance. There are few crop equal ing, making catchup and pickle, will to cowK-a- s for feed, for soil Improvefix- -l Thee mnr pleas rail M!u Lena bright at her ment nnd for human be planted Isle wllb u inii.ijiiubu home on Maple Avenue. iseursBce of a crop. sun-shin- Notice. keroM'iie M plot. 'i. I'lsh oil 1 ipiart, petroleum 1 quart, lurbollc ucld I ounce. These mixture, like the ready mixed ones, ore applied with a hand apruy pump. Hie spray Is generally applied ouce the evrtlUaf day, Just before tnt advan-Ins.-ousl- muttur of Tact, it xhouhl he in constant daily uhu in the traiix- portintr of farm products and other mipplicH from producer to consumer, thus elimatiiiK the middleman in a majority of cases and curtailing the mini- her of pockets to he lined at the expense f the consumer. Such a development of the parcels post woultl not he wel come to the middlemen and others who are tfettiiiK fat rakeolfs from every article sold, but it would materially reduce the heavy burden that now rests upon the purchasing public. There is no sane reason why many of our supplies could not be shipped direct by post. It is the duty of congress to see Ah a further particular apply at the Mills. Uncaiter Flour Visit Ohio and Indiana while the1 crops are growing. See our wonderful crops of corn, tobacco, clover, alfalfa, blue grass and etc. Write for free price list of farm can cult you in any lize, price or location. JOHNSON & IIKATY , SMfi-lt- (ircenvillo Ohio. OHIO AND INDIANA FARMS . FOR SALE Huy a farm in Ohio's best county, "Darke", with thirteen hundred mile of pike roads. Assessed valuation of Darke county I Kighty Seven Million Dollar. The entire county i blue grus land, most-- . ly black tile drained. Visit our couu-- 1 try whllo the crop urw on, see our' tobacco, corn, wheat, oat, clover and ulfulfu. No better country fur dairy- inir uud hog ruising. Write for free price list of Ohio and Indianu farms, can suit you any ize, price or location desired. JOHNSON AND BEATY, y.lG-Ilt- . Greenville, Ohio. Hazelwood Sanatorium For ike Treatmenl of m ToWcJoi Maintained bv the Louttvllle the sJnuate In sll nu. r wet-k-, inKstei J 15,00 cluding board, mrdiral attrnlion, laundry, etc High giound ton. Drllgbt-(u- l mandlngesteniheview. luitoundlagt. Sprcltl isle lor In IN.tii..t It $umii. kss.nl s.nltll. 4J ft Omwtunt lit itagri at Itu ihi ticatiiirnt of tubet-culot- li i. allklug. rrt that it is mude possible. Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. YKAR Right Paste t TMIRTYtriRsr LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 23. 1920. SEPERATE KENTUCKY VACATIONS? To Have $125,000. Englishman Thinks Cos Chsrffi On Amounts Of Levy Wedded Should Get Apart For A Time. On ( NUMBER 3d. CIUnd And Atlanta Ar V.rified. Chicago, M 1 100.000 had been set as the Republican campaign ( IlrewlilyY Knglc.) The Ford One Ton Truck ii .1 profitaMc fund iUota of Cleveland and $'JC,000 Monotony and melancholia are as that of Atlanta, came from Resurely ha the "right of "lcast of luinlen" ami may publican witneases recently at the cause mid effect. Matrlmmiy way" in every line of limine activity. For all I include or circumscribe both. This Senate investigation of campaign trucking jnirjvwes in the city ami for all heavy is not an argument for trial mar funds and expenditures One Ton Truck work on the farm, the j ringes, but may he an argument for In addition there was an admission and with its manganese hrnnc worni-s.riv- c annual periods or Isolation lor wives by Harry M lllair, AuKtant to the every other I'onl merit if simplicity in from husbands, for husbands from Treasurer of the Republican National Committee, that he had approved wives. strength in constrtu tion, economy operation, Many rejections are stirred by the "from I'll", a document jetting forth low- purchase pruc, st.ituis head and shoulders utterance of an Knglih clergyman, a eamKiign plan which called for subnbovc any otlu--r tru. k n the market. Dnp in the Itev. Ilitsil (Irahum llourchier, scriptions of f.'OOU nnd $10,000 each. for one. your order and Ict'aulkituverainl London. of St. Mr lllair. whose teitimony extend"I do plead that every wife or ed over into a night session, said ome time if sufficient copies of the bulletin were mother shoiiM have 'only fortnight per year when she premred to supply all field audita of We nrc not interested n any somewhere, the Re;ublnan National Treasury, can go awny and sU the Ford and ronsumo meals which she hasn't but that when the National Ways and had herself to order. There is no Means Committee refused to approve ehangf in the society, if and where, the project, the release on the docu. the whole family cling together. (let ment wa camelled apart!" City Official Trstifirs. Testimony on the Cleveland quota witty Amenenn woman, com 0. .renting nn tins said: "I .should feel of t Hio.ooo was given by Dudly S. f t that way if I were married to an Illossom. a city otficinl and one of Knglishman." Hut wit in net seldom the leader in the drive for funds II unjust. All KnglihmcH are not tire- there. He said this figure was given some, and plenty of Knglish wives him by W. A. Woodford, Chairman would rather have their vacations in of the Ways nnd Means Committee the husband's cumpany than alone, or for Cleveland, but that it was also with strangers. discussed with the National, Way (ienerally speaking, the issue is not and Mean representative "and ducks swans at any tune A mere among knowledge Don't k 11. tra nor t.ave t jour a preinr one in America. common ong r gianee at almost any summer hotel's workers for the fund." He said nt an tine ar. t! 'an wd' Dm jur ut Htrche would tell an observer why. f 7 1.000 had been pledged to the fund birds Jt a license Don't unit until November lMh to The destrth of men is proverbial, anil and that the work wa continuing. year's Don't shoot without in buy your hunter' Ueonse. D it it appisirs every yonr The husband' Mr. Woodford was called when Mr. l.unting license. are not "vacating" elsewhere. They Illossom llnished, but it developed he Septem now. biifar Den't shout Don't kill nil the quail in h covey are not "vacnting" at all. They arc had been detained in Cleveland by IStb. ber Int. nor after desperately buy ttnrmng the money business. leave otue fer seed. were Other Ohio witne-.s- e Don't kill mote thNR fifteen dove I Isn't for ire t to fcod the lards durto my the hotel bills of wives and nlso lacking. in one day. daughters. So far as the woman Don't stWt quail before Novem-Ik- t ing the winter. $125,000 For Kentucky. A fellow that hunt without a folks (to they have all the advantage January 1st. Kith nor The State campaign in Kentucky Don't kilt imire than twelve iuatU license i a cheater see that he of what the Itev. Ilasil (irahnm Hour chier suggests for Englishwomen. So this fall will cost about $100,000, exobevs the law. in one .lay. far a the men are concerned, they clusive of SJ'i.OOO contributed in the Don't Will woodcock before Novem! also are isolated from monotony. It State to the National Republican ber loth nor after January i may be a good thing for them. We Don't kill more than tlx woodcock don't know. Probably the personal " onr day j equation is what counts in the solving imported Don't kill wild turkey, Milwaukee. After lying in n of such a curious problem Amen pi.ensanta or Hungarian partridges trance for more than two years, .Mrs. ciiti men joil their wives, greatly to before November 15 U!!l. Don't shoot, buy or sell rabbits be- Clara Jorgenson nwoke ami surpris- the amuxement of Kurope and the fore No ember IMli. nor after Janu- ed many friends and physicians by rest of a partly civilized world. ( THE UNIVERSAL CAR of Oov, James ox'i chare that I lir! n - I c Judge-on-thc-III- Haselden Bros Garage. t 11 lgpj w er Don'ts For Hunters. : be-en- Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ilrynnt, Mr. and Mrs. II II. Holcomb and Miss Mary (telle Holcomb were the guest Thursday of Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Montgomery at i'alnt Lick. A large Imrn belonging to J, Hogan HRYANTSVILLE llallard win struck by lightning and Delayed burned with all contents, which Included H0O bales of hny, a quantity Misses Jean nnd Viola Rankin left of tobacco farming implements. Monday where they will attend school Loss about ITi.000. at Millersburg. Mrs. Martin Ilrogli entcrtnincd a Miss Thelma Woods left Wednesnumber of relatives nt dinner Wedday where she will enter Asbury colnesday, those present were Mrs Sam lege at Wilmore. Murford and Mrs. Shcrrow of Mr and Mrs. Hen Ilanim of SomerMr. Will Ilrogli of Lexingdaughter, ton and Mrs. Mike Forbes of set are the guest of their Mrs. Chas. F. Rankin. Mrs. Ros llastin and little daughMr J. C. Williams and family movter of Ijincaster spent the week-ened to their new home in Iincaster. with Mrs. U. C. Ross. Their many friends here regret to Misses Amy Dawes and I.ela Kay give them up. We are glad to har Scott left Tuesday where they will that Mr. Williams will remain the enter Georgetown College. cashier of the .llryantsvillc Rank and Mr. and Mrs. K. II Klder of will bo with u during the day. The were the Sunday guests of family will be greatly missed in this Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Mallard. community. Mm. Nan Mullins and Mr. Tetter Quite a number from here attendMullins spent a few days last week ed the funernl of Mrs. Hell Taylor with Mrs. Lizzie Mullins nt Lexing- at luincaster, Monday, those being: ton. Mr. and Mrs. 11. II Holcomb, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Holcomb, Mrs. Mrs W A. Davis. Mesdames C. M. John W. Ilrynnt nnd Miss Mary Hclle Dean. A. II, Swope, C C. llecker, Hoteomb were in Danville shopping, John W. Ilrynnt, J. Hogan Unllard. Thursday. Mcsdames Leslie llruner, Ilelle K II llallard. W. J. Hogan. Mr. and Mrs W. T. Woolfolk and Miss Margaret Woolfolk of Lexington Misses Kliza Ison, Mnynie Uallard with K II. Dal- and Mary Ilelle Holcomb, Mr. and spent the week-enMrs. H. C. Ruble. ian! and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard King, Mrs. W. K. Davis and son, Newton were Sunday guests of Dr nnd Mrs. Hen-dre- n at lluckeye. Nich-olasvlll- e. d Nich-olnsvil- le Tom-linson. d party nccording to the testimony II. (iarrett of the llepuhlican National Committee before the committee investigation campaign fund here recently. inertioru I Miss Anna Philips of Stanford and Mrs. Chas. Haywood of Kansas, have been the guests of Mrs. W. J, Hogan and Mrs. E. II llallard Mr. and Mrs Louis Vogel have returned to their new home in Cincin-nu- li .After yon twtr take I FATONIC WBX3B3SK3BS3B& Lswcaatrr. ; nftr -- I I lt. Awakes From Trance Of Over Two Year. after several days visit with her father, Mr C. W. Coulter. Master Otto Ilrogli had the of stepping on a nail n ago. He has been quite ill with blood poison but is some better at R. E. McROBERTS, this writing. few-day- s " , ary lit Don't mare rabbit at any time. Don't hunt, pursue, chase, catch, kill, injure or molest any deer before No ember I Mil 1125. Don't kill any wild duck, wild geese or Jack snipe before Septcm-IlSth nor after Janury 1st Don't kill any Wood duck. Kider relating important events that trnn. spired during her sleep. Within a day Mrs. Jorgenson was walking about u mni: table utensils and feeding herself with ease. "I tried to break the spell which seemed to keep me in another world and fmaly succeeded." She declared Loral physicians are perplexed over her case Life Policy Holders Qet $1,843,500,000. It'lli Life insurance distributions in by organizations operating in Electric Light and Po For the Farm the I'nlted States and Canada totaled $l,Si:i. .100,0111), according to tigures made public recently by the Insurance I'ress. , Of this total $S7t,l 1M.0OO represented claims awarded by the llureau of War Risk Insurance. Other organizations paid out IDG of which U72,0f)C,000, was for death claims matured endowments and annuities, ami t'2'J I, GlMi.OOO payments for preniimum saving and lapsed, surrendered and purchased policies. The largest amount of insurance paid on n singlo life last year wa $ curried by the late Henry C. Frick. New York and l'itulmrg. The next largest was 13.14,000 on the life of John I.ejoux, Hamilton. Ontario. l.SS'-'.OO- O, 10(1.-00- Wanted FURNISHING GOODS. Garrard County volunteers to join our Army of Customers. 1000 0, Don't be deceived Come to our store and get our prices on MEN'S Brides Turn From 'Little Gold Band Chicago New style wedding rings oraiuented with (lower that betoken the nuptial mouth, have made their appenrences in the Jewelry shops here. This represents a new drive to erowd the plain gold band from its time hallowed positiun. Up to a ago the circlet of plain gold monopolized the third finger of the left hand of the world's brides. Then gold rings variously embossed and ornamented began to inako a tentative bid for approval. Later came sculptured platinum. (rowing competition in a world busily engaged in toppling over Idols and shattering traditions eventually may consign the plain ogl.l band to oblivion but a yet, Jewelers say, it still stands easily first with brides and the cash register. Its latest riv.j al is of gold or platinum ornamented with blossoms for each month of tht' twelve In this way: January, wild rose; February, carnation; March. I violet; April Caster lily; May lily of the valley; June, rote; July, daisy; August, pond lily; September, poppy; October, cosmos; November, chrysan themum; December, holly. few-year-s HARDWARE AND i GROCERIES. fir 1A v HHBSpUDjS Install the CeUbrated Satisfaction Guaranteed. Get in the habit of trading at our store and you will like it. a JiUm ALAMO SolectinR an electric liclit and (tower plant is a serious proposition. Yon shouldknow how to do it wisely. You know, for instance, that the entfiue is the most vital of any plant and that severe Sirtengine to pieces is a menace vibrationtowhich nicks always be avoided. No Vibration No Noitm rer The Silent Alamo has a noiseless iicrc valve motor. It is the iMMt cMcicnt and quiet rstrunnUitclypt of motor built. Inaldition, tfsere U no dangerous vibration in the Silent Alamo. Thus the rlhV citney of tfca motor U maintained, and steady, reliable service assured. Sec a demonstration of this remarkable plant mm; Learn (or youtsrll why it it prelered rnryulutr. If you cannot umm tm today, 'phono r write l r it repre-eutativ- e. THE Big Store Scott & Son, Props. KCKER ft MLUMO. BryMtsvtHt. Ky. What we need in this country is something that will induce us tu make the best of what we have. A. T. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 23, 1920 SIQNOR DE MARTINO WILL YOU YOU RECOVER Some people firmly believe that "the Lord will provide." He will, but he won't take it to them. I Many a Pretty Face Spoiled by Pimples O The full amount ef your lots? WILL NOT in Accordance To-da- Unlets Your Insurance I Written With the Values of Property Values (Real and Personal) Have Practically Doabled During the Past Three Years, You Should Insure According To These Increas ed Values. jp 'fx 00 M 0X-frM Not only are these ptmplei and to be cured by lotions, ointment, iplotrket dliflirurlnir, but they lead salvcJ and other local remedies, as 'Tit n jjuI state of alTaim, really, to strious skin diseases that spread tliey ran not possibly reach tho but those MilTrnKf lies who have been and cause the most discomforting source of the trouble, which It la oratuiK oer the country must be terIrritation nnd pain. Sometimes they the blood. Pepin taking S.S.S. to- ribly lonesome, now- - that thry are out foretell Eczema, boils, blisters, scaly day, and write n complete history of a Job and the limelight of eruptions anJ other annoyances that of your ease to our chief medical burn like flames of rr, and mako adviser who will give you special Instructions, without charge. Write you feel that your skin is ablate. If you are afflicted with this nt once to Medical Director, 152 COMMISSIONER'S form of skin disease do not expect Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga, 11 If jriven their choice between n life of happincn and one of sorrow, some people would be so greedy they would want both. SALE OF LAND. G ARUAIlt) V. II. j Ham' CIRCUIT Ailm'r., COURT Plaintiffs, VS. HAVE YOU DONE IT? THOMPSON & ELLIOTT. At the National Bank. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. S Hnrr.J, et al, Hrfenilants Pursuant to judgment rendered at the Auitust Term, 1020, the under-signe- d Commissioner will sell at pub lie auction to the Inchest and best bidder at the Court House Door in Siptiur ilc .Miirt tlie new Italian I jincaster, Kentucky, nt 1 1 o clock, nml.nnilor to tSen any, lm tukcn up A. M. or thereabouts, on In dutle In llerliti. MONDAY SKPTK.MHKi: 27, ll20, OertelS The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it In your Urns at all times It is not so much how "OTHERS" make their I $ as it is how does it meet the approval of the most critical consumer. WHITE SWAN, meeting the test and defies a superior. We are in the market at all times for wheat, rye, oats, corn, and barley. We will sell you ours or buy yours. Flour, meal, mill feed and hay for sale or trade. is approved security for the purchase price due in six months, nnd benrini; six per cent interest from date until pnid, having the force and effect of liy Minor lljlnn Mr. Inrrlin execution liti niiiimili' In New Jerey. a judgment upon which may issue, payable to W, II. llroun. Connecticut ami Munctiuett lo send Master Commissioner of the Garrard as ninny liIcl' here n pillite. Of- Circuit Court, and a lien will be retin- - company niniuuuced tlint served upon the property sold ficial nf until When a m I. strike drenker will the purchase money U paid. the slender Application luii Wivii miiilc fur W II. Ilrown, Master Commissioner fellow who lice protection nf train. Cnrrard Circuit Court. he was the In aililltlon tn preolm; prltato J K. Kobinson. Att'y for Plffs. 1 h- rowN nml tmllej;. Tin1 Mrlfce unit Into effect early In tin- - mnrtitnr. after linil iitiil to j h i t tin' men mm ncllon further attempt tn nt!Jut wnge ii'iiimnl Mrtru.L" tiio trlli liimtlon were cnlh-fur liy I.ltxIU-M. Cnr- rlin, receiver nf tin- company, ami pri-vlii- the real citato mentioned In the as follows: and CAR STRIKE IN EAST pleading city of described Kentucky. In the lincnster, located on lluford Street In said City, bopnninc at the comer of lluford Over Million Residents of Brook Street and Northwest corner of the lot conveyed to Malmiln llayden; run- lyn Walk to Work. nlni; .North ami with same to .Mary I.etcher hi fee to the line of 1'atsy Kinnaird's Heirs; thence West 14ft Subways, Elevated Roadt and Trolleys feet to the line of l.ewi.t Faulkner; thence S 87 feet to the Northwest Tied Up Plan to Operate With corner of Lot conveyed to Malindn Nonunion Workers Employee. llnyilen; thence alone the same I Ih to i lie beKinnini;. l.oai.1") rvidnt, f iiriMililvn who feet This property win conveyed to W tlepetid mi Itrnxklyn Cn i l Trnnslt II. Harris by J. I. Hamilton by deed rumpilll) til tllkf tlll'Ill (II llUWtui'o ilated October 3, It 14, nml record were reduced tn lniin..il mill ed in the (inrrard County Clerk's in prlmltlw nf rout eynhv by Office in Deed Hook No. .IS, pace 21 I. -trllif nf dint iiiiiii:uiy'i employee ulirli virtually -- hut down tin- - ititlri' tleThe purpose of thisH.sale is to setHarris, dee'd tnui'lt sytem- - uti n . eletnleil andthe etate of Wm. pay the indebtedness, nv'alnst 1 1 The OERTEL Co. Louisville, K Inc.. rporated Makrrs of Orrtrls Double N. L. Curry (Jrocery Co. l)rk, Osrtrlt Dark and O rlvls Light. Distributor, Hnrrodsburg Ky W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, same. TKII.MS: The sale will be made on a credit of six months anil the purchaser will be required to execute bond with Director and Embalmer. HfJidencr Plioiif 33. Office Plionc 18. Kentucky. Lancaster Fiour Mills, Incorporated w sbb Brs sWt (gsFlgBWrtWt tn Manlinttnn during nml Imck tn Itrr.nkljn In tlu afternoon ami etenltig, nil approximately to.um imxengcrft nt n lngle trip. Tin fare ilinrccil wns 5 cent. Six rhiirtered steamboat anil two nf tlic city' pullet' hont nln were t"tit Into ocrvlcv carrying pncncer frnm Coney Ilawl ami from Kat Itrimklyn Into erlce, !roer A. ctmiiislouer nf pi Mils anil Mruciure, obtained lnie to run from Wtinlcn, It is not always wise to Judge a proposition is carrnmargin of one vote, every stronger to be a fool because he acts He may be leading you on supported It conldrrs that I like one deciding factor In order to sting you in the end. j - nih car-0"l- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Ciiniiilln'r Whalcn raid strong effort would I"' miiili' to protect lhi public from profiteering In trnnpnrt-tntlo- n fun1!- - ilurlnc tin I'liiiTCcncy HARDING TO rher points 90 acres of Fine Hanging Fork Land owned by Hugh Sandaige, Moreland, Ky. DISCUSS LABOR Capitol $50,000. A. R. DENNY. President. S. C. DENNY, Cashier Surplus J. Book-keeper. 50,000. t. Republican Honor Rail Bonk E. STORM ES, Vice-rreiC. M. THOMPSON, Teller. Book-Keeper. Nominee Presidential Turns Attention to New Campaign Issue. HI C Atie. hl Marlon, fori- - tho PAUL ELLIOTT. Individual HUGH MOB LEY, General G. B. C. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swincbrond, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Poiey, J. E. Stormea, Denny, A. T. Sander, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Director!. plan for n now of niillnii". Siimtor HnnP inundation to turn til, nttrntlnn to of tho rninpalcn In lil with two wii-k- , of tin- - t only nn oocalonnl rrfi'ri'ncn to tin-- I lenctii' t'.cht. TPo next Important prol-Ifi- n on which ho will puhllcly outllti t tho reclamation of hi view itii lnnd. Tho ncilniVi lnhor plat form I to ho n-- t forth In ilotnll In n fpii'ch to n Lahor day pathorliii; lien-- . and two day later he will dlcu. ni-xw-' country llavlne put ! AT PUBLIC AUCTION Tuursday, Sept. 30 We will on this date sell for Hugh Sandidge his fine Blue Grass farm, with stock and crops. This farm i located one mile East of Moreland, Ky., on the waters of Hanging Fork and known at the richest land in Kentucky. On good private road. Has a splendid two story frame dwelling, with seven nice rooms, up in nice repair, cistern at door; beautiful good large stock barn, cow barn, all necessary outbuildings and in good repair. Under good fence, lots of water, lays well, can run any kind of machinery over it. This land is rich and very fertile and a good money maker, close to good town, splendid graded schools, fine bank and get trains North and South day or night. In one of the very best neighborhoods in the county. FIFTY ACRES IN GRASS. LOOK IT OVER AND YOU WILL BUY. At the same time will sell 12 splendid ewes; twenty 125 pound hogs; three sows and 21 fine shoals; one pair of four year old horse mules, good ones; A very fine harness pony, with trap and harness; several nice milk cows; one hundred bushels ef nice clean Orchard Grass; 75 bushels of fine oats and two stacks of oats; 150 barrels of fine corn and lots of other things too numerous to mention. This farm is up for sale; Look her over and be sure and attend this sale. DON'T FORGET THE DATE, THURSDAY, SEPT. 30th, 10 A. M. Just received a car lead of American collection of campaign not expected he will touch directly on the charce of mi exci Ui' rampnlKn fund maile hy Cox. He lia Indlcatiil that he exiTt oili't:ate reply to he maile hy National Chairman liny and National TteaMircr Uphnm. liJiit at the Slllineotn tate fair. The nntor will ink here net Saturday to Male rhnlrmcn of the wayn and meani committee llitrtitcd with fund, hut It l WRANGEL HURLS BACK REDS South Russian Effort Chief Fells Bolshevik to Cut Off Wire Fence Better get your Fence for Fall white you can. will be scarce and hard to get. Retrat Aup. .11. General Constantinople, commander of the army In south ItuwHla. has repulsed the l.olnhevlkl who crord the WnwKt-l. It hrlilcehend Inlerr n wtk ac, intahll'hlnc and at Knkhova eli-whe- re. Our price will be right. LOGSDON 1 PAINT LICK, KY. k It was a move to cut oil Hie nrmy, retreat of (lent nil Warned' which wn to the northeast. Tht! also nttacked fmntally from This was a similar tie r.orthiawt. laoreuient to that of three we'ks ayo, when they wire hadly defeated. Feed Watermelons to Hogs. Auk. 31. Farmers In York, 8. tMs vicinity are living vmr water-m- i lt in and frtdlnc them to horn Three weeks ago watermelona were reorted flllnir nt prices rantlnc from each. Now the crop W ceuta to Las kwumped the markit. CO. C OWENeS. COWAN & COMPANY Col Toombs on the Mock. HUSTONVILLE, KY. nmmmmmmmmmmm The Central Record, Lancaster, Kv., Thursday Sept 23, 1920 W FwWw eer afj ( a) eywej w ? eaF"?if FW FwF aa"FW fn WTrWw , PACKAGES MUST SHOW QUANTITY Various Fruits and Vegetables Must Be Marked Plainly to Comply With Law. SHIPPERS DISREGARD D-- Closing Out Sale OF ALL PERSONALTY AND DISPERSAL SALE OF FINE HERD, m 5 R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. RULES 40 HEAD. REGISTERED JERSEYS OF - Every Opportunity Hat Given to Trade to Get In Una With of Amendment Some Pro-vltlo- ni Shlpmtnti Art EiimpL 1'rulta ntil vctfctahles In ftarkus form, when shipped lii!n Interi'ri.-ciimmerrshould hear it plain nr. t statement of tin )ti:it' ity of tlu content Iti each p:irkiii;v no cording In n statement iiiiiil.' l.y l of tin- - luiteati of chemistry. I'M-ti- l Slates it,'tnrtiiii'fit of nsrlnilturt. win nri' rliiirnl with the eiifnnvinet,' if tin- - federal food mill dnus net In strurtlnns have Imi-i- i Issui-slumlut: timv MirlntM fruit mill vcu'etntiti-In different Mjles of packages niii)' In' tnirkfl In onli-- to comply fully with the net weight amendment to III'1 Inw nml also shuMlng what Milprnents of vegetaMes ns onllimrlly marketed are exempt from tin- - iii-- t weight pr.uiiiiiit, WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. G. B. SWINEBROAD AT 10 A. M. mile ttiirimi Saturday, Sept 25 County. At my home, 1 o'.'.l-ria- s Wet of Lancaster on the Danville Pike, Garrard r Our Pair One Pair li One J year old mure mult', One yearling horse inuU, Out' year old saddle and work mart1, Ht-a- t '. PARTIAL LIST. marc mules in Con nty, ! and 5 yearn old. year ilt! matched ma re mule, One It year old horse mule, One year old gelding, One family horse, One Registered Dnroc Hoar, 15 1 Tlii". 12 IK) Shunt, weight 50 jioiiikIh. 1 1 1 Hrood sows immune, riding cultiv One new Hinder. Avery Tractor with double gang plows, aturs ." turniiitr plows, riding plow. 'J d ouhle .section cutting harrows, 2 smooth- .steel roller, cultipacker. wheat drill, 2 corn planters, one with inir harrows, doul)le et of hoppers, mower, mauiir e spreader, cream separator, two wagon harness, plow grar, etc, horse wagons, and a lot or other rami im 1 1 1 1 THE JENSEYS: Royally bred. cows in milk, bulls, 18 heifers, several Register of nerit cows. Send for special catalogue giving lomplete description and tabulated I I 8 pedigrees of the jerseys. Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. ' The jerseys will lie sold immediately ftr lunch. MR. TOM DEMPSEY. Westerville. Ohio. Sales Manager of the Jerseys, ind DONT FORGET to hear COL. D. L. PERRY, of Columbus, Ohio, as the auctioneer. -- G. B. Ii'k saata ; Swinebroad LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BBLaakA f A fwt nvvf AaaA eaBW"aj Sakaihav wava"" vp jaYt aaaavkn , if aas,)) aaaaawsawp SBaagti SaVaekaaaB tasaa. aAAj sa"aaj aaaaraBji tsf""ej Faj '' aAA eaaBj eaavAaat aaaj?aaajj aaAa farR"a aAa faLAj eraj eara,, taar widely among fruit nml vegetal,! growers nml .iIiImt4, Tin- - tmlk of tin- - fruits nml cge.i hies now IiIim-i- I Into IntiTttiitv tire miirkiit In nrronlnitrn with IiIj-tin linv, say otIU'liiN. tint mhih rs liavc ovcrliHiUcl or nri- - ilUrisiiril-llilint prmMim of I In- - Inw. Sluri-ilii In for ain.'ii.tiiii'nt Ii:t ! oiinrtimUy lm jtiirn mut tuft! irlvfn to llio traili to cot In tin, lll llo ;irorNlitn It I tin oltilim of tin' oitl tlmt KiiTi- - l now no ' fulllnc to murk mil f ir iiiiv tin (piiiiitlty of tln ( niili tiW on park-iik- '' of frnli nml liliiil tutlon tlii JurMIctloti of tin' ln How to Mark Packagei. I'mltt nml ivliilili" In iHkel. li:etiT. ilnmii, ttirtori", Imxi-- criti, nml l .trrvN may In ft iiiT.il Im tuarkol lijr iMiit or ilry uiMixuri. ir may In- - inarkiil In tiurri-ulicti In of tin t'tilf it .State MiiiMan! Imrri'l mill lt miIi'IIIIhiih of tlilnl. flirt-,- ' iiunrttTM. li.nlf Sliitfiiu-nl- ' of ilry iu(':iurr MnuiM Im- - In tcrini of tin t'ni'H Slnlfi htaiiilanl lnilicl nml lt rutotii.iry utHviliiiii of !inlMnitifl. If IhhL. nunrtx, pints or In ipimiiiiy of ttn rontiMits he stnttil hy or iiifiiiir'. I: slumlil Ih n'urkiMl In of the lartvt unit r ifi'nllml In the packii. that In tli. ilk., nf f.fi Mrf lfl. (villi i.'l to Mliii.li thenM u ilrllnlli' tnnli" j haw he-'- h dlstrihut-- Why Doctors Treat the Blood with Iron When the tlnrtor trrat your IiKkxI, , Km-yon iron, inr iron is .ml to t h the tlun in all meilicine to lmil'1 up the IiIhi. Uc ."sirnetuni-uix-tins by reguhtinif your diet lie :eliiiitiitiT. iron in tlio nimctitne.s form of pills or tonics Hut aJwnyi he is Mi kim: a way to m t more non into your blood -- hr- u trvinc to put luck tin nre.it builder of IkmIiIi ami on U-ss s ttn-iiEtl- IiIht Quick Improvement from New Form of Iron . able of nil i, throush tlio u.o of And Iron Mineral. Tins n natural form of Kiluble iron, found m-i- !i -- s iiomiiiie urri tn i The new way to r store iron to the miwt iteprml-1 highly Wnefici.il rcmedul agcnU 1 hu f tor- - of the discovery of this new form of iron rrads almost like a fain tale &nil i proveil it rcmwkble bloo..mking " nucsiion or uouut. Acid Iron Mineral may lie procured in either Itipml or the more con. yenient tablet form nt any drug More It contains n iln,lml r .,,,,,,..,., dniirs and will not blarken tho te..-tIt h.v espeeiallv noted tl'ut pale I puny children, weak, n l Mnon uiiw hy ace fhow improvement and exhibit increj.Mil trvnuth almost imuiedutely after Ktartitif treatment tni-.ti- in Nstiire itivlf, romluned with other .. r""i tn-r- i- enii-ciuei- it For Sale by Stormes Drug Store. half-pints- , CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. f.t PUBLIC SALE OF w I ALL BONDS LEFT WITH US ARE IN TIME LOCKED SAFE AND WE MUST HAVE ONE DAYS NOTICE, IF YOU DESIRE TO SEE OR WITHDRAW THEM. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. This bank hat two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. B. F. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, L.i G. Davidson, Cashier. W. 0. Rifnay, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Win. F. Miller, Teller. Mr. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. NOTICE "The Old Stephen Ison Home Place", ON i Ont Method of Showing Coolant! of a Basket. custom for marklnc the ipinntlty of tlio article In terms of fractional parts of lawr units, it may Ih co murkitl In n.rnrilaiuv wit li the cutoiti. I"ir ex ample, If the pai kmreoiiilalns a hiiiu I, fraction of n miiiihI or iHitimK niii) In tlie content xtioulil lx! leruifc of iHiutuN nml fractions thereof, ir of potimls nml ounces, nml not merely In ounces. Smalt Open Container. Crates of "tint," cnutalulni: miiiiII open contnlners of uprlcots, berries, caclies, currants, cherries, crapee, plums, prune, peppers tomatoes ami the like, Mioulil he iiiurkeil on the out Mo of the crate or "ilat." with the mimlicr of Mmill containers nml thu pmutlty of die contents of each. When the crate are m iiinrkcil It I not necessary to mark the ipinntlty of contents on the htunll open container within the cniles. Exempt for the Prewnt It Is not liecessiry for the prci-eu- t nml until further notice to mark the (inutility of ciMteiits on thu following fruits nml xeelahles when marketed In the maimer liultcateU; nspaniu'us In ; hoots with tops, .oes nml hunched. In ilruius nml luiuiers; ruh ami ensa-ha- s lumen In crates; cmitnlotiK-In crates ami liankotx; carrot llllll ltll topk, lltllicheil. In dnitu Immpers; caulllloucr In crate ami huuivrs; celery In I much nml cmto; ek'k'plnut coiiiiiiuuly wrnpiKl In iaK-- r nti'l pack.il In crate: kale In barrel, h.iskets, nml IiuuikT: lettuco la bar-reilrums. h.iket, nml lmniera; bunchctl, In drum onions, with nml hamper; pineapple In crate; rudUhe. bunched. In drum and ham-perrouialno In hamper; apluacli In barrels, banket, mid hamper; turnips with top In drum and hamper. federal ltiiector have been Instructed to einuilmi Inlemtate of fruit and vegetable to ace U that the quantity of content with tho law, marked In accordaoc Cople of Item 233 oa tho "Labeling of Varluua I'ackaie of r'rulta ami " with thu Quantity of th will be aetit free upon appllca-lioto the bureau of chawlatry. Unit ed Slate deitaruueet of agriculture WHkUaUta, U 11 THURSDAY, SEPT. 30th, 1920 AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. tell at public auction the old Stephen I ton home place, located one and a half miles North of Buena Vista and on the Buena Vista and High Bridge road and within one quarter of a mile of the Buena Vista Graded School. This farm contains about 70 acres of land, with improvements consisting of two houses, stock barn, good orchard, good outsprings. side fences and two The dwelling is a two story brick, with seven large comfortable rooms. On this farm is also a tenant house, new, consisting of two rooms ' and brand new. acres of this farm is now in grass, the remainder About twenty-fiv- e in corn, which was broken out of blue grass sod, that hadn't been plowed for fifteen years. The location of this farm is ideal, being in one of the best neighborhoods in the county and close to one of its best Graded Schools. The land is very productive and capable of bringing the choicest grades of tobacco. The object in selling this land, is to wind up the estate of the late Stephen lion. PERSONAL PROPERTY. At the same time I will sell some of my personal property consisting of the following : One half interest in 40 acres of corn; two Riding Cultivators; One Turning Plow; one good Farm Wagon; three good work Horses: Harness, Plow Gear etc. TERMS LIBERAL AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. I will never-failin- g circcl 1? SPECIAL-SI- cui-es- to, strength and accessibility, efficiency and economy recommend the SPECIAL. SIX particularly to the man who constant ly use a car and who mutt have one on which he can always depend. SIMPLICITY, S0.H.P. datackaUa-hMc- l motors Intermtdlit tranaaaUaioti; llt-ia- . whtelbate, gi,lr. civcomfort for fiv trt. All Stwetbak.r C-- i u. i,ip,J aid Cr4 Tvm at).c Siaatbak.r .i4.ji. i ptnf - ahl-tuc- "ThUUmStudikektr Ytor" AMIT LICK 6AKA6a PAINT UCK. KY Vege-tulil- e 6. C. Walter, UMicaitir Ml Con-leiiU- Col. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. EXECUTOR OF STEPHEN ISON. a I The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Sept 23, 920 1 T70U certainly want to would like to have better baktap. X save monsv, r.nd you CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Then use Calumet. t-- ror'f. Calt:nct i rr- do in i!;rif.rR-est- , p. ; y 'owdrr r n.t:' t.c v. i j. I r.jdo uwJc Mter (cjl .r u ccnt'it!cn-5- or; be better in cia 'i Ijv.-c- ? - tfcgei: tlirjr you cm do t Improve t't" Q''-t't ycur IwUnffi btfcp . It's the Secretaries Meet. State Orianltation Of Lota I levies May Be Outcome. Secretaries of Kentucky Chambers of Commerce and ilonrds of Trade met In Louisville nt the Hoard of Trade rooms nt 10 o'clock Wednesday morning to clTett nn organization J. T. LYEN'S FARM t r it , innrc- c!.'cnkfc as liuvc i c.n t, hliy endorsed by the l S. P u rood Authorities. An i.L'.uto cuartn. teethat it U put:. . -- Itcerj'.r.3cr.ly Kirh i CALUMET BAKING POWDER World' Pure Food Exposition, Chi Paris Exposition, Paris, ctgo France positive proof of its superior merit. I It received highest Awards, It is used by more All you houseflour. 1 Itvri cup butter. M wives and domestic scientists than any other brand. J CUDS It is sold at a moderate price. hare to do is to compare Caliimft IIM I'owdtr.H lUkuia cut costs to determine how much you can tar by buying Calumet Gluten is the muscle building part ol flour which is of rreat Importance. To be sure you gti it in your bak ng use plain ilour and good baking powder, (not flour). seU-rwn- Whttnotltcsa. I Iwtm nranaa artnuUtra YoUsotlcts.M rup cold water. (, works in nmity in its J of units, without organization, withaims ami its purposes in life it suc- out definite purpose nnd each exceeds. If it disagrees, and is divided, hausting his energy nnil his resource? it degenerates into a number of sep- in a mire of suspicion nnd cross purarate units, without cohesion, nnd poses. fventuully falls. it is one The issue can be evaded This town is one bit; family, with or the other. many members, or units. Which do you prefer for this town? A loyal spirit of fraternity will weld us together and enable us to If there is ever n time when an old work intelligently, energetically nnd toper longs for wings it is when he cohesively for our common good, with hears of these whisky pilots flying ultimate success as our assured re- over them from Canada with their ward. airplanes full of booze and realizes The absence of such a spirit will that nil he can do is to ook nnd yearn reduce us to the status of a collection and cuss. Ain't it? If a family 1 for the purpose of coordinating the work of the serrrtnries and meeting nt times to discuss State problems. It is possible that the iirgnnlzation will precede the formation of n State Chamber of Commerce such ns Is found in nearly every State where city organizations nre prevalent Special speakers on housing problems, good roads and other important matters will address the session and the secretaries will be called upon to present local problems of general Interest, following which there will he round table discussion. The Louis- -' ville organization will entertain the visitors nt luncheon. The full program of the meeting will Le announced Sunday. The following attended the meet-,inC. Frank Dunn, secritnry Hoard of Commerce, Lexington; C. W Crnig, I'nducah; Henry l Underwood, sec- retary Chamber of Commerce, Howl-lin- g Green; George K. .Motch, secre tary Commercial Club, Winchester;' I S. Johnson, secretary Chamber of Commerce, Frankfort; W, K. Mor-row, secretary Hoard of Trade, Louis-- 1 ville; John M. Farra, secretary Commercial Club, lincaster; Morris Dunn secretary Heal Kstate Hoard, Louis- ville; William F. I'ralle, secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Henderson;' Kuirene Stuart, secretary, Louisville Automobile Club, Louisville; S. C. Sharp, secretary Chamber of Commerce. Mt. Sterling; C. C. Ousley.j secretary Kentucky .Manufacturers'! Association, Louisville, j Other organizations which are ex I peeled to be represented and their executives are: George Kirk, secretary Chamber of Commerce, Mnys-- ' ville; L. H. Wilson, secretary Indus-- 1 trial Club. Covington; KImer T. Gray, ; secretary Civic and Industrial Asso-- , ciation. Newport; Dr. K. C Harlow, secretary Hoostcrs Club. George town; G. O. Davis, secretary Western Kentucky Automobile Association Jay W. Harlan, secretary Chamber of Commerce, Danville ,nnd F. C Adams secretary Hound Table. Louisville. g: 1 152 LOCATION: On 1 MERCER Acres COUNTY . 1 - AT AUCTION Tuesday, Oct 5th 10 O'CLOCK. Oummins-Kerr- y 5sflBBsBl 1 ' mile mile from State- Pike. from railroad mile from Graded School, 2 mile from Providence Church, miles from Salvisa, 7 miles from llarrodsburis'. station. TalmaKe, ImcT; y room IMPROVEMENTS: frame house with front and porches: servant's house; all necessary out huildiiiKs; stock ham, 0 acre toliaceo barn, Karate and double crib. Land is fertile and in a high state of cultivation; 'Mi acres in corn. acres in tobacco, :i(i acres in new meadow, balance in blue grass and meadow. Fencing all good on farm. This is a farm that you can always make money on. This is a farm that you will want to buy for keeps, if you don't the other fellow does. Have a look at this one before day of sale and we feel assured that you will be on the ground that day ready to bid. Pike, 11 two-stor1 Will be subdivided and sold in several tracts. AN AP.SOLUTK SALE, without reserve by-bi- or limit. Easy Terms. smoulhiiig-harrow- , implements, binder, mower, wheat drill, wagon, stock scales, 120 gal. iron kettle, etc. For further particulars see the owner at the farm, or V. K. Moss or K. H. Dever at my Danville olTice, or W. A. Dickcson or (icorge Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or disc-harro- Possession January 1, mill. At this sale will also be sold one set of antique walnut furniture: farming SWINEBROAD, THE REAL LANCASTER, ESTATE KENTUCKY. MAN. Jessamine County BLUE 16799 DIED in New York City alone from kid ney trouble last year. Don't allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Gua.id against this trouble by taking FAINT LICK .Mr Joe Howman was a visitor here Sunday, Mr and Mrs. T. J Todd were in GRASS FARM COLD MEDAL and Nice City Residence at I Th Utr, tladdtr mh iiuis Tobacco Will Be Down. world's standard rtmdy fct kidnsy, and uric scid troutlti. Holland's national itmnSy since 'Oft. All dnifcists, Ibfte GuJikiti i . Lmk I Ik mnmm GU M.J.I U. ad The Courier Journal says: After ' making an extensive crip through Western Kurope and reviewing the situation abroad with respect to the sale of American tobacco, G. O, Tuck declared that he had been forced to Itt-conclusion that the outlook is un AT 10 AND 11 O'CLOCK, A. M. I satisfactory for the resumption of export trade on a I American tobacco Mr. B. F. Cotton having decided te locate in the South large scale. Among the factors he cited as likely to interfere with the on account of hit health haa employed ui to offer at Public trade are the general turmoil abroad, unfavoring foreign exchange rates, Auction hia Farm and City Property. This farm i situated shipping conditions, unrest of labor about 200 yards from the city limits of Nicholaiville on the in Kurope ami the resumption of to bacco production and trade in Kuro Versailles pike and contains 75 0 acres, which will be sold penn mid other countries. In view of these conditions l is in four tracts, and then as a whole, or to suit the buyer. This "rather unfortunate" that Kentucky farm is all in 'grass except about ten acres. and other American growers have planted such a tremendous large crop ns that which Government reports In THE CITY PROPERTY consists of a nice seven-roodicatc is in sight this year," Mr. Tuck frame residence, two large halls, two pantries, electric lights, said. The short credit supply also is coal house, poultry house, barn, large corn crib, large garden, likely to make it rnther difficult for the growers to finance n huge crop, he two good cisterns, concrete walks around the house. in "Kvery manufacturer added. Kurope has plenty of tobacco on hand This property is located in a good residence part of the and many of them want to tell to ot her countries, our firm having resold city and on the corner of Broadway and Third streets. A very some tobacco for them," he said. "The desirable place to live or own, close to high school and churches. Governments and manufacturers over bought themselves during the war and are now trying to unload. Parties desiring to see the property call on "Kuropean uml other countries are resuming production after the cur. tuilment of the war period. There are three crops of Java and Sumatra tobcrco, held hack by the war, now being marketed from Amsterdam." There is little prospect for the return of foreign demand for American James R. Braden and Peel and Collins, real estate agents, tobacco on the abnormal scale exist-In- g COL. JESSE COBB, Auctioneer, during the war, he said. NichelaivilL, Ky. Thursday, Sept. 30th, 65-10- trouble with some af our Mrs. Geotfrey Morgan of LexingVs the fact that they are not ton and Mrs. John White of Nicholaiville were guests early in the week qf uplookera. Mrs. It. G. Woods nt her home near It don't pay to go through life with Kirksville. a scowl on your face. You get too At the sale of Thos. Milliard, de- many in return. ceased, W. II. Wylle purchased the Kvery time a man see a woman cently farm of 100 or more acres, price a mtMiiuito netting blouse Mr. Fred Hall was in Louisville $71.50 per acre. Mr. Wylle now livon n hot day he feels Just like doing the latter part of the week attending es on said place. the wime thing himself. Hut modes, the Fair. Mr. J. T. Thompson left Sunday ty forbids. Messrs Hoyd Wynn and Jack Hog- - for Indianapolis where he will attend ers attended the fnir nt Louisville on the Old Soldiers Kncampnient and Our olfice devil Is glad that he is Saturday. Hev. will visit his brother, Nute not of age. He says the democrats rail the republican candidates rotten, Mr. ami Mrs. O. 11 Ilemlren and Thompson of that city. children of Lexington were visitors ceased, Mr. J T Todd, son of the for- and the republicans say the demo-crati- e candidate are worse, and that here Saturday mer, purchased the home place of 180 Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson spent acres for the sum of J I SO per ucre. between the two he might be forced extremity of Sunday with their daughter Mrs. K. Mr. Todil will move there the first of to the embarrassing voting for himself in order to moke L. Hill In Kirhmond. the year "e understand. sure of supporting n good mini. Messrs Karl McWhorter and Wil The stork has been iUite busy in liam Italstoti were visiting friends in this community of late, having Keren Monday Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Chestnut were Visitors in Winchester Sunday Miss Kiuaheth Heazley left Tuesday to enter school at Danville. Sunday .Miss Nelle Tudor spent with her sister, Mrs. James Hallard. Miss Kdna Underwood attended the Owens sale Saturday near Preachers, ville Mr. Klmer Croley spent part of hut week with his nunt, Mrs. J. T. Under wood Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guyn attended the Iresbtery at Harrodsburg re spent the week end with their home folks in Richmond. , Mr and Mrs C I.. Hurchell of Fort Scott Kansas, arrived Sunday for a few weeks visit with his parents, Mr nnd Mrs. J. D. Hurchell. Miss Margaret Highland of Co v. ington is making an extended visit to her aunt Mis Knte Kly and grandmother Mrs. Martha Kly. Miss Avn McWhorter returned home Saturday from Denver Colorado where she ha been visiting her broth, er for the past three months. Mrs Day's eighty fourth birthday Those present were Mr ami Mrs, Wm Day Mr nnd Mr M I. N'oe, Mr nnd Mrs, M ( Ward and son Kthelbert, Mr nnd Mrs. J D Wynn and children, Mr nnd Mrs. Willie Ilendren and two little daughters. Mr. nnd Mrs W. II. Hoop and little Joe Fisher Hoop, Mrs M F. Ledford. Misses Mnne and Ledford and Mlmrs Fannie I louden and Klisabeth Conn. Al-le- No. William, the hustler never wait for opportunity. He makes it. !The Williamsburg Sunday. m It. II. Ledford was in Cincinnati the first of the week purchasing hi winter stock of dry goods. The many friends of Miss Louise White will be glad to know she Is some better nt this writing. Miss Allle Hussell Fish has return ed home after a pleasant visit to rela E. F. Cotton, Owner tives and friends nt this place. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Conn and chil dren have returned from a several days visit to relatives at Knoxville Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hoone and lit d tle son visited her parents in from Saturday until Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs Walter llammuck of llendersonsville North Carolina, were the guests of O. L. Hnmmack and family Sunday, Mrs C II. Kills was In Richmond Tuesday to see her little nelce, Miss Louise White who Is confined in the Gibson Hospital. Misses Martha Garrett and Zula Calico, teachers In the Hitch School, Hlch-mon- brought to Mr, and Mrs. Thos. Logs- don a girl on the 0th, to Mr and Mrs, Parker Foley a girl on the I'.tth, and to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoyd Coldiron a girl on the 20th. At the sale of T. J. Todd. Monday, the Kith, land sold well. K. K. Ks. trldge bought the home place 110 acres, price $180.00. Jim Ledford uTi acres near school house and Perry Tussey 1 acre adjoining. Mr, sold this farm to Mr. Todd last fall for less than he paid for it hack, At the sale of Mrs. W. I Todd, de. Paint Lick wis well represented at the pie supper given nt the Manse school house Friday evening two of our girls receiving boxen of candy, Miss lieu lull Ledford because her pie sold thu highest, $K,75 (.Marie made It) and Miss Kdna Underwood for receiving the most votes in a contest for the most popular girl A very bountiful dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M, last Thursday In honor of her mother, Mrs. William Day. It was 1 -.- For Up.To-Dit- e Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kiadi of Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P.B.Williams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 23. 920 1 An Involuntary Crusoe By ALVAH Mil PRAYERS J. GARTH aHIIIIIIIIIIIIHL fiLaaSH.I.IIIIIIIIallBk.a. jiiLBm. atniaa.i.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHl After Public Swim lack Honesty, Pastor Says Warn. Thai W of Immortality It Iny IkIiIck, "A change, muim' finliiniiit. new vlMnix and iiwiMk in llfi and jnu ll route irk trll.fil up." hh Hi.' iriih iry of hi .i i Inn nt Iiiiiik'. niid thl wif tin- 'f nil Hint. as It 111. Wtil.ti ,Nal.sp.r CMn ) A altimitli nrns h stout wtio, hi'mllixiE full, then Imir a nmt rniill irtnl llo.a Urmllfj, nearly httifirit-ilfelt n imlnnil twlnce In otic limit nnd Swrpinf World and Cras for Clirap Fun and Thrilling Mot. I. Widening Youth. ir Touch With thr Spiritual. turned wit. lit' liml iNtIiIiiI In put In ii wiek nl llii'iiiptnii nml had taken ii ImuiI. row Inc tliroiicli n i tin In of lltlli' Inkt-- nml t upon mi luinlly n shady c Ability of an ChnatiHti to w to a paMIr twinimini; pni wnik iliiys and to pray honwlly in church Sun-Vi- j hy the Itcv. K. w iUt-tlo- afil L Jarvemm at th lltchlninl Clmrrli of Chritt nientlx. I MmihI Im tin- - ii'htiT nf tin1 Iit- -t iiil-l- i'Id1 ii p nf the.e. liml met with tin' ili rllHil. llniilU) "limiil tu tit in iiN f'rl and linn ik)HmI, for oiit' limit I' il "UHnlllitl H "erv sprillll 'I lie ft II tinmi Injiinil inimiiUt tint Ik drniwd liliux-- wttti illlllnillj tu it fnlli n trv anil rnti u k! Ulfl tin- - tlmim'i nf Ki'ttiiii: Ill A Ixint lif limited tli' llttl. UfT ! uttfrol n linn cry "f d tun). "Worw ,iih) worse," lie uttered liirnlirl.Minl). Hi. liml tlir limit In nt (rail MiM.rlhc. ii Kin) hr. . riitm' ii iiimI It mii" ntIo.il IhwiIhI f"r n ii'iitliitHiti run until halted It) tinuinlitlaiHl tun mll.' nun). I wire llrnill. j tiw ii' ii (nit mi rrlllllltic lln Ii.nrli of tin' IIhIhI ami 4iik Ih tin- wrmiiHl with ii tti'iin lie lliir.il.il ii erttleh mutt n in-.- ' Hit in Iiriiiirli. Imt fiHiinl I'.IHIIK' lll lTllH MnMllry rtillrii Hint lie i until not li'Mtlltc Hi.' Inland through miiM TIm ii a gleam f A lltlli' dMaipre I Inti-Mu- c1 Name and Brand Trust tn nal want yon tu think mi' thi-lli-v-. , otir.f ritirnl or rmitth." Sir. .lervcnMW j THE NAME of Goodrich, branded on automobile tires, is itseu a certification of the very utmost in tire satisfaction. I mW."ImiI I ilouht whstliiT nnyunc eim dn th otii' nnd with thi- - other." Hif Miliject vh "The AniiiM'nit iit fllw Mfc I'mhlom." Somothlnir i of younjr attppini; the spiritual tili'i j i li rhrittiini," h- - l.-- - Stamped upon millions of tires, it has stood today stands responsible for their superior quality and service. JrK;non. "Sonir "nnke i i:n;iw1iii' at the vituU of the until. Th-nr harkalhlini.. drifting, "lipping. IikIiik rip on (lod. Thi-i- r miniN nr- full of the secular nml the wiirMly. (Soil crowdod out." There ii n craie for cheap fun overywhere, ncconlini: to the Itev.Mr. - - fa' l'li h.r nun) iiriitl lli.'ic hi. rr'i pro- -. kIiim H.r w-- - pTitnV lensl fm'nli). twit) Iwtiti n limp uiwl.r it IIIXBH M (lir "Ml (tale Ilif nltit ti'. I't lie Id.' itt u t cnl n' nml Hewi- Siuae ) piii4) l,(tlmnilf trr. lm.ll. .rnl.il I'UllkT) f.-- Miles tor Silvcrtown Ccrds, 6000 Miles for Fabric Tires, is an adjustment basis maintained only by virtue of persistent high quality reflected in the big mileage which Goodrich Tires deliver. SOCO "A unve of Immorality is running through the ul).tattlm of ociety," he deelared. "It follow every wnr, and hecau.e it wac a vorM wnr, it h world wide. "A prominent historian," the Kev. .Mr. JorcenMin aid, tate. that every rratli! fc I of U ! l Mllll mmiIiI llrni-Tfjr- ia-- urrr an) l. niat'l) rmtv ami he JuUhiHtly n lie ilri-fr.'iu Ni marLil "I'mrlrrt.," tln. tlu' nahln UukIxiI iiulte Hn- nt h i'f i hum n nml tlll mini. "Illick Ih.- oooo-ritui" i klml n.iiihI. I wci't Inrx-fo- r anyway " tin) r llrnill.') i''Hii Hit- - iil nf IIh" Uh. am) It ii'iilBiii.'.l I'lulti lu. rUnii lie in it tine uti.l It tnitm! lll'lll1MI. Ill lHIM"l ultll tllf tlflh "Mark-ii ! l'lilml '." Iih im Hut Mt tliU miIIiiiIiI crati'tully. miiiI Btst in the Long Run " Aires through three pernation piife iod": the priod nf airt;re!ion, when it i Kt'ttinK hold; the period of development, when it finds its resources, and thr period of prosperity and power, accompanied hy ea;e, luxury nnd moral decline. "This nation is well in the third period, and there arc evidence of maral decline. A certain lirand of optlmlfin, and icnorance of history, nak us to put our thumbs in our van and our tinkers in our eyes." The Itcv. Mr. Jorcnson condemn-e- 4 Ih, itIi c4djuttment Van's: Silvcrtown Conk, 8000 Miles Fabric Tires, 6000 Miles iHK-lii- ilf il. iii.MUIi.il "II ! iiiyK'lf," u in. M Ml .H'liil.ly ntli'itnl hiiM.' fin uuii) uh m 'll tu ration ItruiltV), ntiJ U'tan ut'l'iirtlouiurlit of til Ulll) irii:t It h Ixit'liltm; .l lutiiM'lf in i4itiiir' nml iiil) Sold and Recommended by HASELDEN A lllltr illatauo rliit. Itrmllf l luiiil.r.il tnortiliiE I'.tiuu-- timurdk luk. lie ami illil not uualr until BROS., GARAGE AND B. E. MORGAN. LANCASTER. KY. wovinc pictures as they are. "The system as it is." he said, "it hurtful to hody, mind and soul." The darkened, room Is hound to he a Kerm breeder. The fcrecri is hurtful to the eyes. I waive these points. "My concern is with the soul. I hold that the movie is gripping the younu with false nml revolting ideal!. Hlopemrntr, robberies and murders, ' the most sensational of pictures are the moft appalini; to the yount;. "Parents who allow their children to have such fale ideals will pay for it." under-ventilate- d . III), llluli iik liiorr ii". !.' thnli wLili tltt iiijtirttl, fur It IiimI NHfT. im: unit ur.w ii Mite tit Ilif l.m.li. Ilruillt ) liikimcfti tu until tlif ("lull, lit tiril two iMHtlklTt'llll'tk to B t It lltlli) II. iJirnal mi) tnllilt' (trtlni; iruft. Id' wit un iinii..r. Iiut rrli'lttl to an fil.-n- t Hint irolilliltitt nfi' unttr W i'i'rt A liMtuHotlon. . 'i nl luurnlm; Hint It n Hit u Hit' of niuili' M lirtitkfitt oiu'. vtlth It prtuliil un tilr Iit. g Ut Ik' t uitlit mit Hn- llnui n rnnl. oitnf in inif - ti' Turkitl lilt iy .No. nt t I 171." m tin' tin t liri'iiltl. - iIhio.th'Ii tj.fht' rriit tluittl nt fnlr tiy Intlnrrinit rnintTU nun lut Hit ulijtft vu 'ry Itntly of fntr It "ii' oiita nf tliiiM- tutii for n tlonn jilt tun- - pro nml lriilfK wntrr plnrt i iniill tin1 ollitt tiMiliilllnn DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING MONDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER Storing Fruits And Vegetables. EAery year people have trouble to keep fruits and vegetable through the winter. Much of this trouble can be eliminated and large amounts of foodstuffs saved annually if a few kimplc rules arc followed. The College of Agriculture at Lexington hat found that where good specimens of fruits nnd vegetables are stored in boxes or crates in rooms such as cel lars or caves good ventilation must be provided. This can be accomplished sure in several ways. First, make that all the containers as boxes, barrels and crates have openings so as to permit a good circulation of air. Ilorc holes in sides or bottoms or cut slats in the sides. Second be sure that some means is provided whereby there will bo a good circulation of air in the storage room. Openings are usually found in the top of nil cellar o r caves, but unless some means is provided to admit the cold nir to the floor there will not be much ventilation even when there is an opening at the top. Often six inches cut off the bottom of the door will provide u good circulation of air. This opening can be covered with wire netting to exclude rats and cats. This circulation can also be provided by laying u 10. Inch tile from the outside to the center of the floor, remembering to haw the outside opening nt lenst two feet lower than the opening in the floor. With these simple suggestions followed in providing a menus of ventilation anyone should be able to keep fruit and vegetables. As a rule the nights are cool in the fall and by opening all ventilators at night ami closing them in the day it is possl. hie to keep the storage room very near the night temperature, iximpiiny ciupliiylni: On kluht nf tlio orltrltml of Hif pi'" llrmlUy Imd, nml ltn fiMiDt) n In Itoiiiuniv liml I'll whim Itil lilm on tu follow out Iiiih-IIiII Mm. Now jri'iniliii' wiua nut until Hit) on llic lioni'yiiwxin I tint ltu pucklni: lory of Hif Hf rrpluictl It rfvrcntl)r wllliln til nml ilrw Muhil in n -- aff r r ktlntt Hif day Mhrii Ittm nklnK for lirr tatf I, ml rxx-ki- regarded as one of the best Democratic speakers in Kentucky, willf speak to the ladies and gentlemen of Lancaster and Gar rard County, at the above hour, and a great crowd should hear upprotftl tlilttthi iloun him. He is one of the most prominent Democrats of Western tlk'liltt tlrl iiiuiukt ri"i'in lial Kentucky, and has represented his District in Congress llttl1 several fntfful lo, knl tlif puttitt terms. untnrlliftl Ilif fait, U'' Every I one? should come to hear him and tell your friends llli. ltiiltl. about his coming. lutf inotlw life an Ladiesfare especially invited. Remember the date, next lnf tliflr wm rt'tculctl CourtDaylnight, at 7:30 P. M. llikti trrnmwl 1 not uiitl t i ii ipiirk work t oiiitml Iho llrinllt')' ulltiut'tl liU mliitl to ilrlft liitu u plfiiliikr iliiy tlroNtii. I If m'iiu-ttli- ul iniliml tftility liy tlit'lurlui: Hiat .Vn. 171 liml until Mm from ktnruitloii! lit- - platimil out lilml cully liou lit' utiiiltl Irinf ilimn Hit Tlicn lit' orlk'tlinl of Hio pliotovnipli tr u tvk fortnt all iilioiit It for for Jiikt llit'ii tun iMirrini'ii twolm: III u Unit iIUiiim ifil liU 'Ik'iuil. ami until lio ii ti'stnntl In normal llnui Ivy hi luxury nt tin- lioifl nt llrompioii. link llriiillty illil not luiif to uork u ii iirotltiilitt-iiili)- i fo h Utlni:. Tlicn' ulilcli Ik- liml liilit rltt-tl- , Imt lio litul futriotiil lt oH'Nitlon t n triikitf. Willi nif tinncliic lionlb on liN IiuuiIk, ii tin Inclil.'iit of r I'ov ntnllitl to lila nilml lit Miltiiifiit of Hie ml ufltiMiittl tl ititutf of ffrrcllns out "Nt. 171 lie injoytil funt'ylut: lio wua folliiwliic out i'i' 27th AT THE COURT HOUSE IN LANCASTER, KY. rMitrtit - Hon. D. H. Kincheloe In lutiit-Int- : nifiliiMl It.o fin lory, In tluully trnrluif Imytli'li " t liml Hut It No. 171 it-n. full of tllrtullnim of iiimki iim, nut In nny Slit- plmlocmHi. Mint: tin- Imt out of till' put plcturtt on iiilMliltf. liml llniillcy Mnlicl Wliltlns. of Ml win wua litwlly prckltlcnt nf I In I In 'f KZEM) without iln. Iilft-hliif- D. C. SANDERS, CHAIRMAN, DEMOCRATIC HMnt'9a!tbMiffbtd aua. 4nat of (oca ram. caa'i Im oar Maaajt flata VwaffaalM. Try it at taat rua In tb li tvmvtti ot kVinra, Tmui. Riaiaom, 1Kb, rtf Daa't bcfN. diwouraftrd K, m olhrf tlff.ttur.tl f.tll fad. M9MIT BACK qur.ltualflluirt'.'Mlto ti CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE TBtJAT- - Me ratal STORMTS DRUG STCPE. hW-S- The Centra! Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Sept 23,1920 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD G. M. I The Lookout Br JESSIE ETHEL SHCRWIN I Voting Precincts NewCounty Regular Term, August Garrard Court, 23, 1920. Freient Hun. Forest Stapp, Judge. In compliance with Chapter 64, Acta of 1920, Kentucky Statutes of the magisterial creating more voting precincts to conform to the law in regard ft II. s NVii'i,, S gut the IxlIIIiiii' tli' the rnre dear chmI f.trl nti- of It nil"' Allre Wetnn tnirt In upon Iht fu liter niliitno with excitement iiikI de llirli' She IiiiiI hurried nil lli wnv fr.iiu tin- - life mlnc .In t loti down hi i'iiw ilrii). two mil- l- ilMnnt, mid hnd run from tin old lliihthnut clear to tin lililc onilnce where .tuliii Weston Mil rending n lunik. "iSimmI fur )oii, llrlKlil he United, tlcttOkVlllg II gllll! gllltll'c llNIl Iht "I't in litar nil nlnmt II." "Von know, we hennl tin", during llii summer Miintit tti cuh Itit; I'nw lime tiluiiitiil In pin ii look- tit 'Iciml station ill the old light- Initio... iiii ni to miiT pleasure Imih1 The nint tiiillnTH In llil' direction. chief of tlii' crew vn awfully gmtd to me. Ho lniilrvi nil iiImiiiI both of ii, lolil iiii- - what I would have to In, nml by Muiiilny tli telephone ninl tin lgmil will ! here fur ii , mi'l I urn to begin my duties, nli. uip:i' think of It! Sixty dollars n inoiitli Alltt:' e,e xpitrMiil nml iIium' of Iht father nihil with grateful lours Kor hut tlx )nirs I If hml gone hunt with thne worth)' nml deserving miiiIk, for Mr, Wesloll was too ohl In take parties out III hN hoiit. 3 our boat mnly are to for ue." Allot' went on, "nml they will pny you eti ilollnn II tmnitti fur what line It innjr hnve. They expert 114 to flint Mime one to he w 11 hill call of our Motion, ready to Mart out If ay accident nmin on thl side of the You i up". eo. In mot nie whnt dime nmler my notice I phone to the ihh hut If then l II rtiplnil ImiiiI or mi iieehleiit to n swimmer lienr u, Mime one nmt he reiuly to lnrt right out to the revue." The next nmrtilnc n hrotiTnl. hnnly looking oiiric mini appeared nt the mltiiue. He hml heiinl of the hiIimi and hml heen dlreetetl t" Mr. Veton hy it neighbor. At ll L'lnnce Allre discerned t tin t the applicant wn no or He ilmpty "tilted illnnry workman. tlmt he hml met with u erloii-reeof fortune, hml mined n jncht nine, knew all nhout wnter rnift uml wouhl he cliul to secure the potlon offertl. The life saving ierlie thief npn..iroi r on the scene n little Inter, to look In the tower Unit Home repair win to he the ilnlly home of Alliv. North, wlnwe nml she Introilnreil ervlces wore ut onre nrruncul fur. Monday morning Alhv reached the tower to Hml It top circular room newly whltewnshod, tin phone In nml the place fiwept out nml ilusteil. A pretty bouquet of wlhl llntier hownl In n tin cup. North hml urrUeil In inlvunre of her, "Von worked nil this mtu'lel" mild Alice, with grnlofllt e)es. "Tlmt ought to he pnrt of my duty every ileolnrei! North. niornliie.' "See," nml he xiliited through the door "I'm arranged for of nn alcove. e iMinrd. 'An to the liultnir. could he tietterJ" nml he Indicated n hiimiiiock swing n cry window oieti. Iiir where the sen hrve enme in froti and hrndus, Hint Inrldentnlly learned Allre North hml hevti left itilto u fortune, hut IihiI Ini'll ilefnillded out of It hy hemem. He hml mine down to the rnpe to null n jnclit for n ery wenltht k'elitleinuil, hut the Intter lunl hi-tnkeu III. "It left me Mrnmled." he explnlnul, "hut I'll he utile to L'i't alorii; liere on what the miIIihi ii)i me for the ret of the keiiMin." He wim iiureou. will rend, I nirlnir In imitiuer. the llrt ; mouth of MTlre he hnd mimhI u nml exhmiKtt.il hnther who hnd ventured too fur out In the Mirf. uml me Htonny nfteniiwin huth he mid l Alice took the our nml reni'hul a hont ilt In time to ieeile two yuiini; ulrU cllntfliii: to ll. lie lunl Sone to tube ll remrt to lnniiillrtiT-onday when lonn litnnU were it p. mid, returning. Inieml of eomliii; up to the liMikiHit. he hurrletl to the hunt lsoroiii'lt. Nurlli Hemline the nar i ilroe forwnrd illnifonHll) In Ihe direction nfv Ihe iie. Sooiij Alice, her to the 1elcne. illvlm-- l Ills pur eyt I He wii cuttlnc lu riwi the Irtirk of u light raft linldlii oik iiihii. A he niirhii) It Alice utternl n hnrp hcrenin. A puif of unuke mid then the fnlnt itIio of u pUlnl report told her of n depernte eimniiitiT. The ImuiI were xhle hy hide She nw North, who hml fallen, nrloe. hlft hi. oar, Mrike ut the man who had fired lit him mid Hirlliu heihle him. The ulinre hunt Honied uwny. The mnllif one, hntli men nppnreiiily t.elple. llfe-suv- "Vf !. fn' CIRCUIT COURT Plalntitf, Ireatwn). et nl. VS. reu'ring the redisricting districts of the various counties of the State of Kentucky, thereby to same, owing to the worrier of this Commonwealth being granted the right of suffrage, and the Garrard County Court having hercto-for- e appointed H. V. Bastin, A. T. Scott, K. B. Ray and C. B. Ledford as commissioners to redistrict said County, the said commissioner mn,le the following report, which is adopted and it is ordered by Ihe Court that the said magisterial dis-- i MONDAY, SKPTKMIIKK 27. l!21. the real estnte mentioned .n the tricts of Garrard County be redistricted accordingly, as follows: described as follows: Defendint. Itath Kuckr, et nl, Pursuunt to a Judgment rendered at the August Term, I '..". the under- gned Minter Commissioner will sell nl public auction to the highest and best bidder, before the Court House Dour :n Incaster, Ky , ut II o'clock, A. M.. or thereabout, on MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. Precinct No. 1 1. , Boones Creek. "r ti'i re Hf-te- nny-thin- truir-'jlliii- Ileiunini; nt the center of the I'uhlic Squire in I nnc.nter, thence with tlie middle of I.exlnton Street to the City Limit, thence with the On ter of the I.oxincton pike to the Ilryant.vilo Mnciitcna! District lloumlary; thence with ahl lloumlary to the Itoyle County line; tlirnce with the Hoyle County line to the New Danville pike; thence with Mid pike to the City (.tin It ; thence with the center of Danville Street to York Street; thence with the center of York".treet to Mnple nvenue; thence with the center of No. 10, Bourne. Mnple avenue to the alloy nt hack of A. T. Anderson'; thence n .tniiht line Beginning at Kentucky Klver bridge, at Camp Nclon; thence with to renter of l'uhllc Square, the hecinnint;. The place of voting jhall he within said boundary in lmrntcr, Ky, the center of the Lexington and Ijincnstcr pike to the pike lending to ML Hebron; thence with center of the Mt. Hebron pike to the new rwd between farm of Tom Hicks uml Sid Doolin; thence with renter of suid road to the No. 2, Works. County rond between the farms of C. M. Denn nnd N. J. tiosnej ; thence with the center of said County road to Sugar Creek; thence with center of said HiTiimlnc at renter of I'uhlic Square nt Uiiira'tir; thence a straight creek to the Jeise Davnlon Hill, thence aitoss to the mouth of Davis Creek line to the croninc of alley hack of A. T Anderson's thence with the tenter to the Kentucky river; theme down the Kentucky river to the beginning. of Mnple Avenue to York Street; thence with the center of York Street to The p'ace of vo'inr shall he within ald boundary at Brynntsville. Ky Danville Street; thence with the center of Danville Street nml renter of New Danville pike to the lloyle County line; thence with the IJoyle County line NO. 3. to Lincoln County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the Mouth of Wnter Work hrnnrh; thence with the center of Wnter Works Branch to No. 11, Buckeye. Water Works; thence with center of Wnter Works road to Paulding Street; thence whh the center of Paulding Street to Danville Street; thence with Beginning nt the mouth of dirt rond, on Poor Knlge pike, called Su.i center of Danville Street to center of Public SquHre. the beginning. Uino. in Boundary to Ijincnstcr Magisterial District, thence with line of Ijin The place of voting shall bo within said boundary in Inra'ter. Ky. enster Magisterial District to the line of Brynntsville MngiaterHil District. thence with same to the mouth of Davis Creek on Kentucky rivr; thence ill said river to mouth of P.unl Lick Creek; thence up some ti the mouth of dirt No. 3, Creek. road, leading from Paint Lick Creek to Buckeye; thence with center of snhl Beginning at center of Public Square in Lancaster; thence with cen road to Ituckeje turnpike thence with center of wild pike to mouth uf dirt ter of Danville Street to Paulding Street; thence with center of Paulding road leading to ScotU Fori. Creek from Bucko) v, theme with the center of Street to Wnter Works Uoad; thence with center of Wnter Works road to said rond to Scotts Fork Creek, thence iiuvn creek with center Ut muuth f Water Works; thence with center of Water Works branch to the Lincoln dirt road called Sad Ijihc; thence with center of sai l Ijine to the kegianing. The place of vottnr hnll he within snnl Ix.ii- - 'nry at Buckeye Ky. County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the and Crab Orchard turnpike; thence with the center of said turnpike to the Ijincaster City Limits; thence with center of Crab Orchard Street to Campbell Street; No. 12, thence with renter of Campbell Street to the nlley nt Kellev's Illarksmith Beginning nt the mouth uf dirt rood, called Sod I.ane oh Poor Itloge shop; thence a straight line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning The place of xUin. ,:,;; c wnliin boundary in I.imnster. Ky. I ,,Ke; lneneo wnh 'unlary u' Buckeye 1'reeinct No. 1 1 to Paint l.kk Creek: thence with center of suid creek to lirt rond on anl Crk at TThhhr Seb- Maris farm; thence old boundary Inrtween Walker School Hou.e and Buck-J)c- , No. 4, Lick. to line intersecting the Mugwlerml District; thence with j same to the beginning. Beginning at center of Public Square in !.ancaster; thence a straight1 The iwce of votine nil b within ,a)d Wm Ur it T.mi-v.k'v one iu me crossing oi uie aney wim unmpueii ftireel at Neiley s tllacksmltli shop; thence with center of Campbell Street to Crab Orchard Street: thence No. 13, School House with center of Crab Orchard Street to the City Limits; thence with center of Crab Orchnrd pike to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln Coun Beginning ut a dirt road near the residence of Thumps Sebastian on ty line to the Paint Lick Magisterial District corner; thence with said Hist. Pnint Lick Creek; thence up said Creek to the farm of William Anderson lino to the Incnster nnd Kirksville turnpike; thence with center of said pike nml to the intersection of line between Buckeye nnd Brandy Springs Magisto the Umcastcr and Kichmond pike jit Hyattsville; thence with center of terial District; thence with same to Back Creek nnd intersection of line of Kichmond pike to the City Limits; thence with center of Kichmond Street to Buckeye and Magisterial District; thence with same to the fnrm of the center of Public luare, the beginning. Ben Turner on Long Branch; thence down snid branch to the mouth of Back The place of voting s'.mll be within said boundary in lncnster, Ky Creek; thence up the center of Back Creek to the dirt road near the residence of (iriff Hardin; thence with center of said dirt road to Paint Lick Creek, the beginning, being the sumo boundary of the original Wnlker School No. 5, House. House Precinct. The place of voting shall be within said boundary near llnckley, Ky. Beginning at center of Public Squnrc in Lancaster; thence with cen ter of Kichmond Street to the City Limits; thence with center of Kichmond NO. 4. pike to the Kirksville pike at HyatUville; thence with the center of said pike to the Pnint Lick Magisterial District line; thence with said line to the Buck No. 14 Lick. eye Magisterial District line; thence with said line to Sugar Creek; at corner of A. D. Ford's place; thence with center of said creek to the three forks; Beginning at Lowell; thence with the center of Short Pike to the thence with center of Antioch Fork to the Iron Bridge on Buckeye pike; and Kichmond pik- - thence center of same to the White Lick pike; thence with the center of Buckeye pike to the corner of Campbell Street; thiHice with center of White Lick road to the mad lendinr from Cnrtcrsville thence with th corner of Campbell Street to the nlley at Jerry Doty'; thence to Berea; thence with center of some to the Mad:son County lino; theme straight line to the centei of the Public Square, the beginning. with same to the mouth of Lowell Branch to the Wulkur SoHeol House line; The p':ite uf voting M1! I.e v. .thin snid boundary in Lancaster, Ky. '.hence with same to the beginning. The place of voting shall lie withing san! boundary nt Paint Lick, Ky pleadings and All of said property is In Paint Lick, (inrrard County, Kentucky, nnd No. 9, Buena Vista hounded as follows: Being whnt is known 1st Trnrt Beginning on the Kentucky river nt the mouth of Dix I'iver; thence ns the I C Kucker homo place and up said Dix Uiver to Tan Ynrd Branch; thenc with said branch with its containing about .1 iirres, and was I by J. U Kucker. C. menmlers to the old Stone llou.e where it intersects with the road lending deeded to re Bnrnes by deed Miiroh lt to Bryaiitsville; thence with the center of said rond to Bryantsvllle; thence corded In the clerk's olflco of the with the center of the lincaster and Lexington pike to the Bridge over the Garrard County Court in Dred Book Kentucky river at Camp Nelson; thence down wid ner to the itMtuth of Dix No. ll, pugo -- 1'iS, on the Kichmond Turnpike and dosenb-iand Klver the beginning. said deed, and further described The place of voting shall be within snnl boundary at Brynntsville. Ky. by metes and bounds In a deed from llarknev A Wife to J L Barnes in Precinct 18, Precinct Precinct Water BUCKEYE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Precinct Precinct Gilberts Precinct Teatersville. Precinct Fall n- Precinct Walker known ns No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. No. ft, Notifi. No. 07 and No. fis described and contained In a certain map recorded in Deeil Book No 2n, of said Clerk's Olfice and poise deed to said land is from A J Kill to I C Kucker tinted October 1 1. 1011. and recorded tu Deed Book 2V page rti. in said Clerk's otflce And said .Iced and said mnp are referred to for more specific description of said In ml and are rnnde a pari of this deed as if fully copied herein There is detiurted from the second tract of loud purchased from K I. Wood b Kucker 2 5.' acres. whirM was sol. I hy i. ( Kucker and wife to the Gnrrnrd County Board of Kla cation, by tired dated May 2s. UM- -. and recorded Ui Deeti Book No 3.'.. Hige Id.1, In said Clerk' olfue I The Commissioner will oiler lot separately uml then as a wh.i!e and the hid or bids will lie accented realizing the most money for the said property. And he will oifer Mid land in separate tracts and then as n whole and he will accent the bid or bids realizing the most inonev The purpose of the sale is to di vide the proceeds among the Joint owners of the property. TKKMS; Clerk's office, and both of said deed arc refered to as part hereof and the description contained therein are made a part of this deed ns if folly copied herein the afore, 2nd. Tract. Adjoin to I. C said tract ami cono)ed Kucker b) deed ilnteJ October 17. l'.l)s. from K. L. Woods, record.! in Deed Book No. HO, xige t'V in said Clerk's Ollice, nml is on the waters of Paint Lick Creek and on the Northwest side of the Kichmond .V l..(ncater Turnpike, containing 11' 21 acres, and is full) described in said deed from Woods to Kucker. which l referred to and made a part hereof and the descriptions therein made n part of this deed a if fully copied herein 3rd Tract, containing lertn.u lots in Pnint Lick, Ky.. described as folBeing certain lots in and near lows: the town of Paint Lick, Kentucky, Deed Bonk No '. mgc Hill, in said Precinct Poor MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Precinct Paint The property will bo sold on a credit of six months nnd the purchaser or purchaser will be required to execute bond or bonds with approved security ,duo in six months for the purchase price, nnd bearing interest at six per cent from date until paid, having the force nnd effect of a Judgment upon which execution tuny Is. sue. payable to W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, nnd hen will be re- served upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. II Brown, Master Commissioner Carrara ( n u.t Court L Wniker. tty for Pliffs cup-Klm- Precinct No. 6, Sugar Creek. Beginning nt the center of Public Square in Lancaster: thence a straight line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street ut Jerry Duty's thence with enter of Campbell Street to Buckeye Street; thence with center of Buckeye street to City Limits; thence with center of Buckeye pike to the Iron Bridge; thence with center of Sugar Creek to the Three Fork there-of- ; thence up the North Fork to Kemper Lane; thence with the center of snid lane to Lexington turnpike; thence with the center of snid turnpike tu the City Limits; thence with Lexington Street to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. The pi ce ol voting shall be wi liin said boundary in U'incnstor, Ky, Precinct No. 15, Manse. Beginning at Lowell pike; thence with center of same to the Ijincat ter and Kichmond piko; thence with the center of same to the White Lick pike; thence with center of White Lick rond to John Davis; thence with this line nnd including sume to Telhe Crccn's line; thence with his line including mine to Mrs. Fnnnie Green' line, including mine, to Copper Creek pike; thence with ci titer of sjmr to Woodsv.ew School House; thence with center of dirt road to John Tankersley's; thence with renter of dirt road through by (i. C. Oastinenu's to the Wulker pike crossing same; thence with center of road through Walker's tc(iooch pike, to iJincaUer Magisterial District line; thence with same to County road on Back Creek; thence with center of sume to the beginning. The place of voting ihall be within said boundary at Manse Ky wit e Why oAI-ilcrion, Suffer? Mrs. J. A Ccx, V. V.i., writes: MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 2. Precinct No. 7, Marksbury. Beginning nt Kings Mill Bridge on Dix Klver; thence with the Lexing ton and Danville pike to Cmnp Dick Kobinson, ut the intersection of the Lex. ingtou nnd Iincuster pike; thence down said pike to the Mt. Hebron pike; thence with the center of said pike to new road between the farm of Tom Hicks uml Sid Doolin; thence with the center of said road to the County road between the farm of C. M. Dean ami N. J. (iosney; thence with the center of said road to Sugar Creek; thence down said creek to the Herring Hill, thence up said Hill and with the center of Kemper to the Iinruster and Lexington pike; thence crossing snid pike and down Camdens branch to Boom Creek; thence down Boones Creek to Dix Klver; thence t'own the river to the beginning. The place of voting hall be within said boundury at Markibury, Ky. Precinct No. 16, Lawson School House Beginning at (leorge Connor' thence with the center of branch to J II. nnd Arthur McQuerry's including same, to F.vclyu Pointer's line, includ. ing same to J. T. McQuerry's; thence with center of lane to Union road; thence with center of said road to dirt road at John Tankersleys; thence with center of suid rond a new line to the Walker pike crossing same, thence with center of road through Wnlker' tu Cooch pike; thence with renter of tame Magisterial District; thence with suid line to the beginto line of ning. The place of vot'ni: stiall be within said boundary near Iutwson School House. "My !bu'"ar . . . mj. ictcd ternllj'. She could net turn In ted . . . the doctors jjavc tier up, and we brought her home to die. She lud sullcrrd so much at . . . lime. Hay Intf heard cl Cudui, we her." drifted UUKUlded. Alice Keiimit n trusiily. She nrti like. the true dntlKhtcr of the wu (hut nhi wai. In a few momenti fn win. irarU'd In u till hnlhln niiII. She wa u miperW nuliiimer, hut fulrl) ex hmiitled aa ihe I'lmnhernl Into the drlftliiK hont. Iloth of lt ocnipuit. Iny neiivle. She uo them Nkhore ralltil hrr father iiu-- within nfi Imtii North wui ahle to tell liU tory. of "I heard In lh Kreat Jewel robrntry at the IhiM," he ex ilaln4. "m4 noth'ed that aunplrloui. Beginning at King Mill on Dix Kiver; thence with the center of the Ifoat. H WUlBed iTie ktolen p1uudr." hy Lexington and Danville pike tu Camp Dick Kobinson to the intersection of Tin Hilaf wm tnken In nMOW' mmt tor. There juie hntk a thu Lancaster uml Lexington pike; thence with the center of the Lancaster f 4kMt There U one and Lexington pike to Bryuntsville; thence leaving said pike following the itollara rewnr'l uultlm: here for center of the pike leading to Tan Yurd Branch at the old stone house on J. mwehody," B. Leavel' place; thence with said branch to Dix river; thence up Dix Kiver the "hoiiicImmI)" win tier to V rouie the ueztmt.n,:. ard North, and hl llrnt luvemment The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Bryantsvllle Ky. after a tiiouth'a nurln hy thu villc 1 J CARDUI if Tin Woman's Tonic ivrj "Inafcwi!ay3,i,tiebc-Ka- Precinct No. 17, Cartersville. Beginning at tieorge Connor'; thence with center of branch to J. II. ami Arthur MiCJuerry's excluding same; to Kvnlyu Pointer's line excluding same to J. T. McQuerry's thence with center of lane to Union road; thence with center of sume to Woodsvicw School House; thence crossing pike with Mr. Funnle (Ireen's line to Telly Creed's line; thence with sume to John Davis' line; thence with Davis' line to White Lick; thence with center of While Lick road to Curtersvllle road; thence with center of said roud to the Madison line; thence with same to the Kockcastle Cuunty line; thence with same to the Lincoln County line; thence with sume to the beginning. The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Cartersville Ky. ton to Improve," Mrs. Cox continue, "ami hai no trouble at . . . Cardul cured licr, nnj we tins ! n Precinct No. 8, Bryantsville. thou-Myt- We receive nnay thousands ol similar letters ever jrear, teniae ol Utt goodCartuI has done for women who mf.rr Iron COlilUIntS au common ta shelf ci. It should do Tfjr loo. E-- 7 praiits everywhere." rarest Stapp, Juae G. C. C. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. i hursday Sept 23, 920 I 1 BROADWAY" MMl28 ACRE FARM mmm ON iC at Public Auction date. To settle the estate of the late M. S. Thompson, the fine farm of 128 acres; will be subdivided and sold. Remember the ' AT 10:30 O'CLOCK, A. M. on the premises. The improvements on this farm are comparatively new, having been built by Elder F. M. Tinder and occupied by him as a home. This is one of the very best, most fertile and conveniently located farms in Central Kentucky. It is on the Lexington pike, known as the Boulevard of Garrard County, about 2 miles from Lancaster, in the Lancaster Graded School District. SUBDIVISIONS The farm will be offered in several subdivisions. One of the subdivisions will consist of the beautiful residence, tobacco barn and all modcrn.outbuildings, and about 70 acres of land, which will make an ideal home. The remainder of the farm will be offered in two parcels. The farm will then be offered as a whole. Wednesday, September 29th PURPOSE OF SALE We are offering this farm for sale with the consent and upon the direction of the heirs and widow of the late M. S. Thompson, and is offered for sale for the purpose of settling his estate. It is a rare opportunity for obtaining a desirable home or homes in a We invite the public to look over this proposition before the day of sale. good neighborhood, with all modern conveniences. TERMS WILL BE EASY AND MADE KNOWN ON THAT DAY. : J. E. Robinson, Executor ESTATE. OF M. S. THOMPSON'S i. AKKARI' CHUT IT CHRT t.AUIt.MII) ClllCt'IT COl'UT. et nl. i COMMISSIONER'S COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. SALE OF LAND. John f. Mar.-- . VS. W. B Marsee. t al. Pontiff. Walter ( amy. VS Plaintiffs, et al. Par-uiato a Ju4ct under-ik- 4 ut the Austin Term. 1M0. th I"1--' (.'mmiwiflm r will '! Itt auction to th hiRhft ladder before the Court House Door ,n Lancaster . Kentucky, at 1 rtock. A 34 . or therealKsut. rnlr4' " '' 1 MONDAY. SKPTBMHBK 27. IUS0. mentioned ij the tnt th real follow: rduliag and wrthedKentucky, on In Garmrd County. Kemper Lane nl ImundVd a fellit ginning at a point m said lant ml corner to James T. Mar.ee war. ing MHl lane anil with taid Marsco line S hX. B 2.hS chain S 71 ' . c .. i. imuani' I tool n rvtntt at 70 link with awe in all ;t chain to a post corner to fame. uke corN a B 1.77 chain to ner to same N h7 B 3.52 chain, to a post comer to ame and Morn. hl lm S m W H.05 chain to a post at S turn of fence ami corner to 7 S K 20.52 chain to a Mt corner chum, to a to fame N K3. B b!nck walnut comer to vime and AMI W H' 0.1 choin. Arnold, hi. line S to a point m hranch, cortitr to same; 0 thence up Mime N V.ir to a point in hranch .N Tl'i rhaim to a Mack walnut corner to h name N hit W 3.51) chain, to an chain, to a beech. H 84 W K.4K t. mor to tame X 03 W 2.00 chain to a pot. comer to tamo ami r tannery, w.th fame X 53 "a V 5.20 chain, to a post at ancle of fence, corinr to same N 55 U W 10.31 chain. N 17 W II-.- : . chanu to u .take corner to fame .N CCU W S.05 chain to a mall ash corner to anie 8 21 W 2.01 chain, to a .lone X :Ul4 W 11 "II chain, to Huddle of Kemper Une with ame K 7.U1) chain, to middle of N 55 B 1.31 chain. X 301 Une X 22 B 3.35 chain. K 2.25 chain. X 3Si the beginning, containing 110.07 i re., The purpo.e of the tale if to divide 1'e proceed among Joint, owners therefore, a. their right, may appear. " o-- l low: . 3i 7.V ''" Defendants, Molhe (iulley, et Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the AuKUt Term, 11)20. the under-iKn- d ('omnisioiier will sell at pub. tic nurtion to the Inchest and best bidder Iwfore the Court House Door in Ijtnrnster. Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or ttier.ubouU, on MOXDAY. SKI'TK.MHKK 27. 1920. the real estate mentioned in the pleading and described a follows: Located in (Jarrard County, Kentucky, hcKiniiinc at a willow by a drain at the ancle of a stotio fence, S rtt K 22 pole: thence S 45 K 4 pele to an elm S .''. B 10' t pole to the center of the pike at a bride S 27 B I poles to a take on the West side of Hack Creek N 7h V. 114 pole, to a stake on the West side of a ereek; thence N 4S4 W 25 poles to the center of pike; thence with the fence X 15 W 20 pole, thence up a drain X 1$ W 12 pole X .1(4 W 1US h.1o. X 55 W M pole to a double mulberry also in Hurt': line: thence with wire fence S t W 20 Itolc to a locut at the end of n .tone fence; thence with stone fence S poles poles S 50 B 7 SrtW B 21 to the end of wn"ihcr rock fence; W 22 poie to the taence25tt containing 154 pleadmir and described n follows: I' tiurrurd ( ounty. Kentucky, on the water of Sugar Crack (near the three fork, of Sugar Creek) and which i bounded by the lands of Canada Leavell. Frank De'nins, Fountain Huffman, Frank Clark and others, and out of the foregoing boundary of land there i excluded one milliter of an acre of land hereto, fore sold by Kobert L. Scott and wife to John Simpson, the boundary and description of which is set forth in said deed. The amount of land hereby conveyed contain 10 acre mote and ur Ick.i. Deed from It. M. other to J. S. Stone, et al, is dated January 3, II IS, recorded in the (.arrant County Clerk'. Office in I)ed Hook Xo. .'Ill, page .120. The purpose of thi ale is to satisfy the debt of Wm. Lear for 1137-.!iwith interest at six per cent from Jan. :t. ltUsi, until paid, together with the cost of this action nnd the estimated amount of the debt is jl2ii2..il), and the estimated cost is 'i tu-rc- TBKMS: The sale will be made on n credit uf six and twelve months and the ptirchaier will be reipiired to execute bonds witu approved security due in ix and twelve mrnth. and bearing .ix per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a jUKincnt upon which execution may issue, Niyable to W. II. llrown. Master Commissioner of the (Sarrard Circuit Court, and a lien will Ik- - reerv-- t I upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. II. llrown, Master Commissioner (mrrard Circuit Court. II II. Tomlinsun, Att'y for 1'lfff. COMMISSIONER'S OF The .ale will be made on a credit t f .ix month, and the purchaser will he required to execute bund with approved icrurity for the purchase price, due In six month, and bearing HX per cent Interest from date uti til paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may It.ue, payable to V, II. llrown. Matter CommU.ioner of the d'urrurd Circuit Court, and lien will be reierv-e- d upon the property .old until the purchate money If paid. V. II. llrown, Matter Conimiiilonvr Garrard Circuit Court. L. 1. Walker, Atfy for I'liffi. TKUMS: COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. (iAIIItAUl) CIltCLMT COUKT. Win. Lear. VS. Ucrod lEalne., ct al. Plaintiff., Defts, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the Aucutt Term, 11)20, the under-siKite- d Commissioner will .ell at public auction to the hlL'he.t and best bidder at the Court House Door in Lcnca.ter, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A, M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY SBI'TBMHBU i state 27, 11)20. n tic real intntioned the (J5 feet West from a Tne purpose of th.s s,c js to sat.s-f- y n- n's branc Walker', line X 42 2 B 11 pole to tree pointer): thence down the debt of W. H. Furr amounting sjc;.-nor- e a stake "I fence and opposite a house; thence X 21 B D poles to a stake on on da'- of sale to S3SS.27. and the es- said branch S 00 W 0.30 chains to the beginning containing 10 acres, I K the bank of Taint Lick Creek and twe timated cost uf this actun, $75.00. nnd ".0 poles. poles to center of same; thence down TBKMS. John Ileazley derived title to thi nid Creek with its meanders X l2 The sale will be niade on a credit I. Herring deed poles X f. B 22 poles X 42 K W of six and twelve months, and the tract of land by15th.. to T. nnd same 1SD5 53 pole to W. A. Koss' corner; now purchaser will be required to execute on September Kd lllack in the bank of sntd Creek bonds with approved security for the is recorded in the Garrard County 2 pole from center of same; thence; purchase price, payable to W. H. clerk's office in Deed Hook 14, page with said ltos line, now Kd lllack, llrown, Mnster Commissioner, due in 401. The purpose of thi sale is to setX 53 'a W 7S poles to a stake in same ix and twelve months, respectively, and corner to Lot Xo. 3; thence with with interest at six per cent from tle the estate of John Henzley, dee'd line of Lot Xo. 3 S 2rt s W 4S.5 date until paid, having the force nnd and to distribute the remainder of note, to a stake in tleld; thence S 7 effect of a Judgment upon which ex- - the funds among the joint owners of 73 poles to a mulberry in a hollow; .rut urn nine mill', nnd a hell will be the land as their right, mny appear. thence S 1 W 22 pole to the place of retained upon the land until the pur-- j TBKMS: beginning, containing 35' acres ac- chase money is paid. f The sale will tie made on a credit cording to survey. W. II. KKOWN. M. C. C. C. C' of six months nnd the purchaser will The purchase of the sale U to dile required to execute bond with vide the net proceed arising from K. II. Tomlinson, Att'y for Plff. approved security for the purchase the sale among the parties joint price due in six month. and bearing owners as their interest mny appear. six per cent interest from date until paid having the force nnd effectbf TBKMS: upon .vhich execution The .ale will be made on n credit LAND. a judgment payable to W. II. llrown. SALE may issue, of six month and the purchaser will GAKKAKD CIKCl'IT COl'KT. j Master Commissioner of the Garrard be required to execute bond with 1125.00. Circuit Court end n Hen will be reapproved security for the purchase ' TBKMS: Plffs. served upon the property sold until price, due in six months, nnd bearing John Heazley's Admr, et al the purchate money i paid. The .ale will be made upon a cred six per cent interest from date until VS. H llrown, Master Commissioner it of six month and the purchaser! paid, having the force and effect of ) Arthur llcaiiej, Gnin, ' al Deft.' W. Garrard C:rcJt Court. will be required to execute bond a judgment upon which execution i Pursuant to a judgment rendernl at! J. K. Kobiiiscn, Att'y with approved security for the pur-- may Ustie, payable to W. II. llrown. for Pliff. chase price due In six months and Master Commissioner of the Oarrard the August Term, 11)20, the underbearing M per cent Interest from Circuit Court, and lien will be reerv. signed Commissioner will sell at pub-- f ditto until paid, having the force nndj ed upon the property sold until the lie auction to the highest and best) COMMISSIONER'S bidder at the Court House Door in effect of a judgment upon which ex-- , purchase money is paid. edition may issue, payable to W. II. W. II. llrown, Master Commissioner Lancaster Ky., at ll-- o clock, A. M. SALE LAND. or thereabouts", on llrown, .Master t ommtssioner of the Garrard I ircuit Court. GAKKAKD CIRCUIT COUKT. Garrard Circuit Court, ami a lieu will J. B. Kobmson, Att'y for I'Iffs. 11)20, SBPTBMHKK 27. MONDAY, be reserved upon the property sold W. T. Worrell, et al, and describe I as follows Plaintiffs. until the purchase money it paid. Said property is in Garrard CounVS. W. II. llrown. Master Commissioner COMMISSIONER'S boundty, Ky.. on Hoone Creek and Virgie Worre'!. Defendant. Carrnrd Circuit Court. u follow: a judgment rendered J. B. Itobinson, Att'y for I'lff. SALE LAND. ed licginning at a stone in Cornelius at Pursuant U Term, 1120, the underthe branch, a corner to the 2Sls acre signed August GAKKAKI) CIKCL'IT COl'KT. Commissioner will sell at tract sold to Blisha Dunn; thence lic auction to the highest and pubbest with said Plaintiff, leavingX.the branch and chains to a bidder at the Court House Door in W. II. Purr, Dunn t4 W, 21.50 Lancaster, Ky , at 11 o'clock, A. M., double walnut on the Bast bank of SALE LAND. J. W.VS. Defts, Itoone Creek, corner to same; thence or thereabouts, on Pointer, ct al, (lAUKAUD CIKCl'IT COUKT. Pursuant to a judgment rendered down said creek along the Hast bank MONDAY. SKI'TKMIIBK 27, IU20. at the August Term, lO.'d, the under- X. 2 B. 0.U0 chain. N 5 W 00.00 the real estate mentioned in the Plaintiffs, signed Commissioner will sell at pub. chains to n sycamore on said creek pleading and described ns follow.: Milton Ko.s, et al, O'Hriens branch In Garrard County, Kentucky, nnd ve. lie auction to liie highest and lies, near the mouth of up said branch N tU's B. bounded a. follows, On the Kobert I.a ton's Crdn., et nl, Defend, bidder at the Ci.irt House Dooi u. thence 0.25 chains a point in the branch II. Furr: and Lancaster, Ky., at 1 1 o'clock, A. M , 23 feet Westto of a sycamore pointer, Bast by the lands of W. by Mosu Ijiw-on- ; ants. Jame Miller; on th Pursuant to a judgment rendered or thereabouts, on a new corner; thence new line S 03 la on the We.t by W. T. Worrell at the August Term, l'Jl'0. the under- MONDAY, SBPTBMHKK 27th l'.)20. B 31.00 chains tu a point in Corne- and M. F. Cormney: on the North and signed Commissioner will sell at pubHranch, new corner; thence down contain, about 157 acres. lius lic auction to the highest nnd best the real estate mentioned in the said branch new line 50 W TERMS: bidder at the Court lloute Door in pleading and described as follows: chains. S. 00 W passing an elm at The sale will be made on a credit A certain tract or parcel of land h3 link, in all 0.00 chain. S. 47': W Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M-- , located in Garrard County, Kentucky, or thereabouts, on chains to the beginning contain- of fix and nine month, and the puron the head water of Drake. Creek ing 43.1r acre. However there 1. chaser will be required tu execute SKI'TKMIIBK 27, 11)20, and Kennedy' Fork of White Lick MOXDAY, security for the to be ileilucted from till, boundary bond with approved in six and nine purchase price, due the following buumury sold .y John months, respectively, and bearing six the real estate mentioned In the Creek and bounded a follow: Beginning at a stake in County Heaxley to Sam Ilcaxley a follow-.- : pleading anil described as follow.: paid, Beginning at two sycamore tree, per rent interest from date until judgIn Oarrard County, Kentucky, on Komi in line to K. G. Wood Heirs, a the the water, of Paint Lick Creek, and (now Murphy) a comer to Wm Faul- on the bank of Hoone. Creek near the having upon force nnd effect of may to a mouth of O'llannon branch; thence mentpuyable which execution described a follow.: licginning at J kner. N 25 'a W 10 Vi chnln tu W. II. llrown. Master up Hoone. Creek S 5 B 5.50 chain, to n stake at the edge of the Hyatt.-vill- o btake and maple corner to said Faulof & Kirk.ville Turnpike, on a kner, in line to K. II. Walker land: a .take on the west tide of the road Commissioner lien the Garrard Circuit will be reserved upbranch near the mouth of a hollow thence in line with Walker S fiC W a new corner in th old line: thence Court, and a on the property sold and corner to Lot Xo. 3; thence 7.37 chain, to a .take in .aid line, a a new line S 7U4 B 12.50 chain, to chase money Is paid. until the pur. down said branch S h7. 1! 20.5 naw corner In line to Murphy, for- a stake; thence N K B 0,01 chain, to pole, to n buckeye .tump, corner to merly Woods, in County Koud; thence a .take in T. I. Ilerrin . line, a new W. II. llrown, Master CommU.ioner Garrard Circuit Court. O. J. Ilendren nnd Wash Walker with laid line N 35 B 2.32 chain, to corner; thence with hi. line N G't v'tH fjrd tie btginn'ng, cuittung ''5 acre. V VP..1. K. II, Tomlinson. Att'y for Pllffs. tv 11 now Levy Dunn; I i COMMISSIONER'S OF 1 OF f OF to-wi- t: 42 22 e, f 1 The Centra! Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 23,1920 GUY. Pcl.iynl. .Mix l.ucy Turner vlltfil Mi Mol Ilnrnw, Tutml.iy itfU'rittitin. i Mr Nottrll lliimin. of Souit-rct- , intwMMtmmtiMi trraia rat, fHtrd Hawl. IUNi ' hore. nml visiting frit-niThu ttri-- mark thi tlrt ltiitoa raw Yaa CM t MC aa far tiv WfiniHTUtle spinner Tlio "flu" ha many victims tu tlii of Mmif Im Caaranfr. Trr of nniiomit repiratloii ilur'iii; tin pri"-flUMaavrlalTOOAY. PraMfai. whom lire wry nick. iuiutity, jomo rar aaw I eitmpitlsti ' At litiUtlllf Mntidny nUlit Mr. Iitsi, Mr. iiml Mr. I'liarlli- - Tuttlf spent STORMES DRUG STORE. ! and .Mr Itunleti lliirrtninti ml with Mr. nml Mm. Jnke l!i ilrrnswl n unman' at rVlt-I'liiN'iiti Hull 1'itrk. It u the ttrt sit.' uimienV pollttrnl rally of J Mrn. Mntil.laMr. Collin spent the held In l.init-- v lltf Mild alsonttnmrkeil rter ttii nml Mr. Ilermon week finl with Ittm- - thllt women tin- - prelirliti flr.l at I lie uatlirrlne. mtii'iI .Mrs. uliit lle In Ctiiraito, la Mr?. Tom Turner nml ilautditer, ! .M Solic, were slioppim: In I.nncns. the tlrsln unman etrr to , wield it iimiiiius luring u nattiMiul ter Jlonuny. liiirt time at San Pram ni the re M. S. i visiting her imI t'lminiiiiii Jn KuliliiMin of lilt Mrs. Ollio (Jmli.-i-. Ilnrrltnitii uallonal parent. Mr. ami Mr. Mllo Simpson duties. Mr- tlie Cox andm ltoueelt preldeut 'of IinciKter. i lull. spent last Mis Dorthy Ileazley DENTIST AtmtliiT star of the "ti tlmn' week with Misse Mnrv'nret. lEuth nml wn tirotik'Ut to Krlitilrky tills Office oar Th Garrard Bank. Sallic I.ou White. t f Mr week In t tit- - peron Phona, Offica S. Raiidrnca 376. Mrs. Ilolu-r- t (Inmr win n visitor Jew ell Itrimli. "tin l yjifridlnc 'tie en KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, tin" tire Tuesday afternoon, of Mesdames Wm wn week illJewell,Mate Mr- - llrnwil mid the lirltii nml Itaymoml (Sriirirs. K,i't'h fur the Iioni llift'l' it at the nti Master Karl Wanl Clark spent the mitlott if Jnliii V Mr. lraii'l'ii eotivrntliin 'lint tunteil the past week with hi Y liuiiilina-ie- r to ptay nml .Mrs. Milton Wnnl. .Mrs. Itniwri a p .tier of Diill" Mr. ami Mrs. Mnrcus White nml rare m:iL'iii'ttm Hnd u t In- - lie: at ept-enntlnnal (iinti'lltlnti children were Sunday visitor of Mr. Oiiirli- - II. r.rnilcli. fiinm-- r gutermir Miley Ileniley of .Mlniiri. Is liixiled for lnrheli'r KENTUCKY. and Mrs. DANVILLE, Mis Nell l'elphre ha returned' mid lvltiilnii on Si'ptnmtirr '."J mid ll.trru'l-liiiand Mieltijtlite 'he Opposite Gilcher Hotel. home from a pleasant visit to Mi A to 12 and 1 to S 'Snl. Offica Hour I WHATS DOING IN POLITICS BACK, If Muni !UI t '.it. Ik HMMU at tllin, Tnift.IIMtvwa.ltck.Mt. Orm NHIT tlkoa! iiiitlM lit' m l, Wednesday, Oct 6 10 OC'LOCK. it ( I CARDS. ! I 180 Acres of The Best Gar- Ita, tuiivi-iiMnn- rard Count7' Land SUBDIVIDED. HATFIELD 46 - e'r-cu- lt We FARM OF J. C. MORGAN ln-lti- J.J.Byrne Exclusivt. nfre, lai, irnuul-pnront- Optimttritt r . fr rt J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Oulre Over National Hank. Hesidence I'hone 3. Office lhone;27 LANCASTEK.'KY. Annelle Carson, of Stanford. Mr nml Mrs Hubert Ward spent Saturday and Sunday with hi par-- , ents, Mr nml Mr. Milton Ward. Mr. ami Mr. Hnymoml !Hi:k. of; Paint l.ick spent last week with hi brother, .Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. (iHkk .Mr. and .Mrs. Win. Kinder and baby, Ruben Harris pent the week- The iiilttix of t Ion ii h) ih!ht the DemiM j I g from tin- - tia Imrenu will he follow MMMker- - ratJc vlte who l prut lug ouch an it'traetlte to the linlipiinlitit nter. will jiea In Kenturky nil (teloher I ntid 'J ttne n( the opefiho wiL he n I.oUitilie and two utiiero will protia lilt In- minl b) him In Ontral Ken-tni liom-Itiee- . - rnitiklln I Itoo-.-ti'l- t, M. J. Dentist. PATRICK, Kentucky. Paint Lick. little Mi Sarah Yantis of Stanford were recent quests of Mr and Mrs. VETERINARIAN. llascom Phelphrey. Call Aniwarad Promptly Day or Mr. and Mrs. (iuy Davidson and Phona 317 NiS two son of Ijtncater. were truest I NCASUV kt N TUCKY Monday of Mesiiaiue Carrie Davidson ami Win Sutton. .Mrs. Hen Hnmm, of Somerset i with her mother. Mrs. Ruben Prattler, who is very ill at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Ilroad-ilu- Dr. Printus Walker end with .Mr. ami .Mir. .Miley .Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Kinder, Miss .Myrtle Doolin and little Mis Willie Mae Ileazley were visitors in Dan. ville .Monday. .Mr. W. 11. Ileniley left Sunday for Somerset where he will spend several weeks with his mother, .Mrs. liny-ile- tl Waddle. .Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Carson and k (iov t'n will mule the tatr on , of lone tour niiDnllnir to ivlcc fr.Mii tiiitloim: e and Seiut'or I'uii'rtli JoUf't Mtnu-u rieieher if Horlda will aNn spi-a-the tali'. In-- C. W HiH'khum and lien .Irthiivim hate plrilk!-thf niM)rt of the wonii-i- i of ttiuiit.t. Itnth are miiih of that county up for ..'ii;ihir J. Ne.-M- Senator Iteekham l mi a two weeks of the tour of the mniiuta n lltr. ruilie hn alwut's le-- p ipular In the Itepuhlltan stri almlil i f the I'liatted during of t leitr'ne the luml hln tenu a title- to property ripe for developuient. e ciiti-rnnr On the Gooeh pike, iif milo f Point anil railroad .station, ." mili lilxirhooil, lino futniin section of (inrratti (onnty, of I. a n cast or. In yrciod and cloM- to .tplondid .ihuols anil thtircltt-s- . IMPROVEMENTS: An ideal country home, with all modern convenience. S room frame dwelling, hall, hath room, front ami hack porches; donco electric lights in dwelling and also at stock hunt ; water work.-- supplied h water from lnrno cistern at barn; also hiv cistern at dwelling. Pwellim: is locatetl about the center of the farm, hits a beautiful lawn to the pike with line old shade trees, .such as take a life time to grow. Ideally located aud with attractive surround-iujrs- . LarKo stock barn, I I x7- - with J0 foot eves, has sheds and box stalls, ami will house A acres of tobacco; one six acre tobacco barn, UlxT'Jxlli one l'J acre ; new garage, ami all necessary out buildings. Splentobacco barn, did (J room tenant house. Kino orchard with plenty of fruit. Fertile productive land, which has been well taken care of anil is now all in grass except HO acres, S acres in tobacco ami 'J'J acres in corn; balance in blue grass, clover and timothy. Everlasting water. Land rolling but not steep anil can all be cultivated with machinery. Absolutely no waste Und. THIS IS A .MONKV MAKKK. Wouldn't you like to own a part or all of this farm. Wo are going to give you the opportunity to buy ."0 acres with the nmin improvements, all in grass, or .10 acres all in grass trouting on pike, or SO nenw with the largest tobacco barn ami tenant house, on this tract is the corn mid tolmrcu thin year. You can buy just the number of acres you want, as we always sell to suit the purchaser?. LOOK THIS FARM OVKK. You will like it. Itemembur it Is up uid selling to the High Dollar. Kasy Terms. Possession January J, l'.)M. Por further particulars see .1. ('. Morgan at the farm, W. E. Moss or 11. H. Dover at my Danville olfice, W. A. Dickerson or Ceorgo Swiiiolirond at my Lancaster olfice, or tn-it- At Auction f ) HOx-IOxl-- Honaker Fine Cot Flowers. M. s. Mrs. James Vnntis ami son, Master Herschel are visiting Mr .and Mrs. Andrew Meadows of Harlan and will also visit relatives at Carbey b.'fore Durlns itx years In the I'nlted returning home. N. llurdlnic has States Senate Warren Mesdames Milton Ward and C. R. mipd l.ll'-'-l roll call- -. He was not trnnt Henry had as their dinner guest Sun- tu he from Washington, hut didn't In the recordi-d- , so pciit his Hun- day Misses Stella and Wilma He'iry cloakroom- - "trimming." A slacker In SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Claik the Senate, It Is unlikely that he ran he regarded hi a man for tbe White of the Lexington road. llouoe. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Robert enterLancaster. days In rltles of the tained nt dinner Sunday Misses Roe, Inez Ray and I.oric Mitehel Hrtwn, tlrt ftiur clai- - should not he forgot-tin- . The tlmt day fall on October ." of Buckeye, Messrs John Kdd and where eimrte liy ordlnanie the Karnest Chrlstman of Hubble and Mr. next day Is also a registration day. and Mrs. Talbert Jenkins. Whlli a Congrewsuian ami a ran!-datThe undersigned hereby give warn-Vi- c for Governor Jsim-- M, Cox workto all persons not to trespass upo the adoption of the ed vigorously t pre-uOhio constitution, regarded as lur land; for any purpose whatever mie of the moat progressive In the la we will prosecute all offender to Hurtling the reactionary intititry the fullest extent of the law. HastIt und when It was adopted en and fishermen especially take LAND off her moor-IIU- , "Ohio tins i notice. the Itevolutlirtl Is on." The Utterance was typical of Harding'sR. L. Elkla. Mrs. Cora Phillips, GARRARD CIRCIMT COl'RT. toward all proicres. Mrs. Emma Daniels, Jthn McRibtrti. To the Itepilhllean ma- hint- - 'Vntea for Women" means n'e fur rulnred an editorial .n the I .mi women." mi ivilh- - Ktftiltu- - Put "Xtiw that the i hiillot ha tit ill to Hi. untuFli, It N uvumliu far toi much to that the white nunini of KintuiLy It, hut will allow them will not the e!e to he repreentiil byage 75,(S) in this euliired women of t otlnc ate." ah-si-- Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. L PREWin Auctioneer REPUBLICAN SPEAKING at the Court House (Court Day) POSTED L. e s COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF fr nt attl-liuli- It. Arnold. Nannie Grant, et al. Plaintilfs, Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hartley, Mrs. Emma HiffKinbotham, Kdd and N. B. Price. 8. C. Kijrsby. D. M. Anderson. It. 1.. Barker U. L Kelley VS. Defendants, Rhoda Yates, et al, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term. l'J20, ;he undersigned Commissioner will sell at pub. BOr ORATOR WILL CAMPAIGN FOR COX J. C. Rigsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy lie auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M., or thereubouts on 4 Hazelwood Sanatorium Tnatnunt Far iKe 117, I'JL'O, MONDAY SKPTKMRKR thu real estate mentioned in the pleaiiins and described as follows: Said lurid is located in thu city of Ijtncnster, Garrard County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: On the Southwest side of said town in thu extension of what is known as Dun- ' cautuwn, being Lot No, 7 in said ex- tension und bounded ns follows , Beginning at a stake, in line of lane and corner of Lot No. ; thence with same N lu W ll.7ti poles to a Hake in line of Duncuu; thence with line I of iJuiuan K 7U? W ltt.fi poles to a stake in line of Duncan; thence with line of Duncan and comer of Lot No. 8; thence with same S 10 K 11.71) poles to a stake in line of lane and corner to Lot No. H; thence with line of lane N 7 7l4 K DL'i poles ) to the containing one quarter of an acre. Monday .September 27th BY CONGRESSMAN K--aHHHlH J. M. ROBSION OF BARBOURSVILLE, KY BaaaaaaaaaaaBL iaaaaaaaawl aaaaaffaaaV HARRIS C. WHITTENHERO. of TKRMS: Matnulncd Axociailon for the adequate treatment of In all 111 stages at Un tla br the LouUtrlllo tuber-CttWt- U I ' tut. Kates $15.00 per week, boeid, medical attention, aMtadry, sec High ground tlcte. Dellirhi- fu surround Ui ft. Special rates for himhit, l wia.au Ina tntla.it I II Dmifn aWM.fl Banlkl.. f- fkfiatM a Cki: lUmdwmt ti -. auaai t. Utt4tUt. & t4 In The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with unproved security due in six months for the purchase price, and bearing interest at six per cent from date un til paid, having the force and effect of i4 Judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and Hen will be reserv ed upon the property sold until the purchase money Is nald. W. H Hrown, Master Commlnloner liurrurd tinuit Court. R. II. Tomlinson, Att'y for Plffs. Hue In the heu will he nffered Kentucky eitUens Gilbert put Harris the Ivmcwruls Whltti-lilietMi the sluiiqi Inter lu the Somelhliu new r g The ladies of all political inclinations are invited to hear this man of ability discuss the issues of the present campaign from a repub lican point of view. Mr Robsion is a very pleasing speaker hear him. tamialgii, Whiltenberg Is the fiurteim-eaitlI. Wliltteu aon of br and Mrs. berg of .lerTersun rouaty. Ill father was former county health lir. Youaf Wbllleuberg ksu made an lu lauslve study of the league of Na tlona aud del I vera a clear and He was lug oration on this subject a nnva III Ilia Kelllllt kv Sen ale and no his election made a Mt4X'h of thinks to Hie lecisiuiore uusi Man uiucti aviilauae. Jee lun-rts- frinil HENRY MOORE, Chairman REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMITTEE.